I just finished combining these five cemeteries into a single spreadsheet:
Ebenezer, Bethesda, Fishing Creek, Burnt Church (Fishing Creek East), and Old Purity.
The spread sheet is sixteen columns with headings:
Line Number; Transcribed Surname; Transcribed Given Name(s); Suspect, Maiden, or Known Full Name; Date of Birth; Date of Death; Age (at death); Where Buried; Date Married; Spouse-Surname; Spouse-Given Name(s); Father-Surname; Father-Given Name(s); Mother-Maiden; Mother-Given Name(s); Comments. Note: if the DOB or DOD is a year only, I had to append something for force it into non numerical (Numbers uses a numerical derivative for dates before and after 1900) as any number entered would show up as 1 Jan YYYY instead of YYYY.
At present there are 3830 individual names (I dropped all duplicates from the listings while retaining all information given.)
I was able to use the listing and the internet to fill in about half the spouse and parents information. In some cases I was not able to definitively identify given names of spouse, father, or mother though with the spouse and father the surname/maiden is annotated appropriately with no given name entered.
I tried to be as accurate as possible with this though I am quite sure there are errors due to not have the church listings as a beginning but using findagrave as the primary source.
I work on a Mac so the original spreadsheet is in Numbers format but have exported it into Xcel format and can easily export it into CSV format. I prefer not using the CSV format as that deletes all formatting because csv is a Text style format and does not have any formatting of its own.
I would like to offer this to both the York County GENWEB and Chester County GENWEB if they can figure out how to set it up for posting as a webpage. Beyond that, I have complete sort capability of the document allowing me to sort in just about all the various columns.
There is probably some more work that should be done but this has escalated beyond my personal abilities and time constraints.
This note will also be posted on the Chester site.