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Hamilton Cemetery, Summit Twp., Monroe Co., Ohio

        (The Families of Denbow, Dillon, Hamilton, Morris and the Hamilton (Burkhart) Cemetery)

                                                              Cemetery Readings by Andy Morris and Henry Dillon

 

                                                    

 

                                                                                               general views

                                                                                     photographed October 2000

              

 

   

           

Perhaps the best approach to a discussion of the interconnections between these families should start with the Hamilton Cemetery (also referred to as the Burkhart Cemetery), where we have known information about the very earliest settlers to this region, which was to become Summit Twp.  Traveling west from Lewisville for two miles, the first through road to the north (right side) is Devoe Ridge Road (below), a currently unmarked township road labeled T-71 on county maps. 

 

 

                                                

 

Behind the second house on the left (a white farm house) is a moderately steep, cultivated hill with a tall fir shaped tree just beyond the top of the first slope (visible from the road).  This tree is in the Hamilton Cemetery.  We have approximated this location to be in the southwestern quadrant of R6, T6, S31.  This cemetery is important because members of all four connected families listed above are buried in this cemetery.  This region appears to have been a focal point for these families during the roughly middle half of the 19th century, more or less.  There is a continuation of these families into the adjacent cemeteries, i. e., Wise, Bracken Ridge, etc., but we simply have not studied these cemeteries to the same detail.    

 

The Hamilton Cemetery information below (with some supplementary remarks) has been prepared and arranged by Andy Morris, himself a descendant of many of these folks.   

 

      A) Inscriptions in the Hamilton Cemetery

 

“The following is an alphabetical listing of the gravestones we read in the Hamilton Cemetery on October 26, 2000.  If what we found was different from Catherine Fedorchak's references of Hamilton Cemetery, I put her information in red parentheses (  ) after the inscription that we copied” (from Andy Morris).  It should be here noted Catherine Fedorchak was and is a historical legend to anyone involved in Monroe Co. family research.  Her many volumes of family information could be the core for any researcher’s reference source on Monroe County genealogy.  These marvelous historical volumes are housed in the genealogy room of the Monroe Co. Public Library in Woodsfield. 

 

The Hamilton (Burkhart) Cemetery gravestones read as follows:

 

Elizabeth Ayers, wife of John H.  Died May 29, 185_?  (May 29, 1856?)

 

John H. Ayers, died Jan. 12, 1861, aged 42 years

 

John H. Ayers, son of J. H. and E. Ayers, d. Dec. 24, 1856, aged 2 1/2 yrs

 

Martin W. Ayers, son of J. H. and E. Ayers, d. May 18, 185_?, aged 1 year (May 18, 1859?)

 

Silus B. Ayers, son of J. H. and E.  Died May 21, 1859, aged 18 years

 

Juliann Barnhouse, wife of Michael, died Feb. 17, 1854, aged 30 years (daughter of Michael)

 

Charles F. Billman, 1829-1883

Hannah J. Billman, 1839-1918 

 

Hamilton Dillon, died Jan. 5, 1849 in his 26th year of his age (aged 60 years)

Hamilton was the brother of Mary Morris and Peter Dillon, and brother-in-law of Jane Dillon and James R. Morris.

 

Jane Dillon, wife of Peter, died May 25, 1855, Aged 41 yrs, 10 mo, and 1 day (May 25, 1854)   

                   Jane was the first wife of Peter Dillon.  He later remarried and lived in Clarington, then later Wheeling, West Virginia.  He is buried in                                     Peninsula Cemetery in East Wheeling.

 

Sarah Jane Dillon, dau. of P & J, d. July 14, 1854, aged 12 years, 10 mo and 10 days

            She was the daughter of Peter and Jane Dillon.

 

Michael Gilmore, died Jan. 19, 1852, aged 35 years

 

John Hamilton, died July 24, 1854, aged 60 years

 

Elizabeth Hamilton, died Oct. 14, 1840, aged 76 years

Elizabeth may have been the first person buried in this cemetery.  Sherm Dillon reported that Rachel Hamilton, wife of John Dillon,    may also have died c1840.  Her family would have been living nearby, but no record or evidence of Rachel’s grave was located.

 

Margaret Hamilton, b. April 6, 1797, d. Dec 26, 1870, aged 73 years

 

William Hamilton, died Aug. 16, 1883, aged 9 years (unsure of year and age)

 

Grover Cleveland Kuhlman, son of C. and E., b. July 1, 1884, d. 2-20-1886, Aged 1 yr.

 

Rachel Lindemood, wife of Ryan, died 185_?

 

Infant Lindemood, Infant Lindemood, son and dau. of R & R, died July 19, 185_?

Double stone.

 

Mary Morris, wife of James, died July 7, 1847, aged 37 years

Mary is my great-great grandmother (Andy Morris).  She was the sister of Hamilton Dillon and Peter Dillon.

 

Anna Maria Robinson, dau. of H & E, died Jan. 13, 1868, 2 yrs, 10 mos, 12 d.

 

Cumming Robinson, son of H & E, died May 18, 1851, aged 1 mo & 17 days (Sept 17, 1850)

 

John Robinson, son of H & E, died July 24, 1847, aged 2 yrs, 2 mo, 12 days (aged 6 years)

 

Margaret Rachel Robinson, dau. of Hugh and Elizabeth, died Nov. 20, 1859, 2 yrs.

 

Peter H. Robinson, son of H & E, died July 24, 1847, aged 8 mos, 13 days (aged 8 years)

 

Margaret Rucker, wife of Ephraim, died Apr. 17, 1856, aged 56 years

 

Jacob Albert Wagonfield, son of Fred and Margaret, died Sept. 22, 1864, aged 1 year

 

     B) “The following are listed in Catherine Fedorchak's reference as buried in the Hamilton Cemetery, but we did not find them.  Many of the stones in this cemetery have been broken or worn and weathered and could not be read.” (from Andy Morris)

 

Infant of C & H Billman

 

John Clegg

We did find a footstone with the initials "JC"

 

Peter Dillon (son of P & J, died July 7, 1851, aged 8 months), son of Peter and Jane Dillon.

 

John William Hamilton (son of J & S, died Aug. 31, 18_2 ?)

 

Oliver Hamilton (son of J and M J, b. June 22, 1858, died Sept. 19, 1864)

 

Harry Kuhlman (son of C & E, b. Feb. 5, 1872, d. Feb. 28, 1873)

 

Flemin Rucker (died July 6, 1847, aged 19 years, 6 mos.)

 

Lemuel Rucker (died May 19, 1831 or 1851, aged 26 years)

                       

     C) We found the following gravestones, not included or listed in Catherine Fedorchak's references.  They may have fallen face down and could not have been read or may have been lost in the heavy vegetation and growth at the time they were originally read.  We found the most successful way of dealing with the heavy brush and vegetation, was to cut it back to ground level and remove it altogether from the cemetery, thus, exposing all stones.  There may have been additional buried markers, which remained undetected and unread. 

 

Bender

Only the top of the stone with the name on it.

 

Sgt. C. F. Billman, Co. K 78th Ohio Inf. Died Dec 25, 1883, Aged 54 yrs, 10 mo, 21 days 

This Civil War marker is located behind the stone of Charles and Hannah Billman. 

 

Jackson Denbow, 1834-1852

Son of John and Martha

 

Martha Denbow, In Memory of, 1798-1855

 

John Denbow, In Memory of, 1797-1864 

According Carl J. Denbow, John Denbow is probably buried in Cairo, Illinois in a national cemetery after dying during the Civil War.  He was in Co. K  78th OVI.

 

Anne Hamilton, wife of Hugh Hamilton, died Sept. 12, 1842, aged 27 yrs

 

Peter Hamilton, died April 17, 1846, aged 20 yrs, 2 mo, 3 days

 

Ephraim Rucker, 1796-1884

            Documented to have been one of the earliest settlers to Summit Twp.

 

     D) Interconnections of the Hamilton Cemetery Families

 

Further, with additional help from Andy Morris, we constructed some generalizations and drew some conclusions regarding the relationships of many of the folks buried in this Cemetery.  But first we needed some unverified assumptions as follows:

 

Assumption 1. Elizabeth Hamilton (c1764-1840), buried in the Hamilton Cemetery, is the wife of Hugh Hamilton.  Elizabeth Hamilton has the oldest inscribed stone in the cemetery [refer to Jeff Billman (Billman Family History) website] which lists this Elizabeth married to a Hugh Hamilton (unverified).     

 

The 1810 Census for Greene Co., Franklin Twp., lists a Hugh Hamilton, over 45, with a wife, 25-45.  Thus, Elizabeth, marginally qualifies as Hugh’s wife.  Hugh does not appear in the 1820 Greene Co. Census.  Nor does Hugh Hamilton appear in the 1820 Monroe Co. Census.  But a Hugh Hamilton is listed in the 1820 Belmont Co., OH Census Index for Warren Twp.   It does not seem likely that Hugh and Elizabeth resettled to Monroe Co. during the decade 1810-1820. 

 

However, a Hugh Hamilton acquired land November 2, 1835 in R7, T6, S12.  This is the same section in which Vincent

Dillon, Sr. filed for land, October 11, 1833 and again in December 26, 1835, less than two months after Hugh.  It therefore seems probable that Hugh Hamilton and Vincent Dillon were acquainted with each other.  Further, from Assumption 2, Hugh Hamilton may well have been Vincent’s father-in-law.  

 

Judging by the information regarding Hugh Hamilton’s age in 1810, he would have been age 70+ in 1835.  It’s therefore entirely possible he may have died prior to the 1840 Monroe Co. Census, as he is not found in the 1840 nor in later Monroe Co. Censuses.  If so, he may also have been buried in the Hamilton Cemetery.  There is also record of the following land purchase in Range 17:  [see fig.7 - Hugh Hamilton's land 1822 (may not be our family)], though we have no evidence this is our Hamilton family.

        

Assumption  2. Rachel Hamilton (c1785- c1840), wife of John Dillon (c1785-c1848), was the daughter of Hugh and Elizabeth Hamilton.  She is listed on a Monroe Co. deed as ‘John and Rachel Dillon’, though we know John Dillon purchased land as early as 1833.  Her youngest son, John, listed Rachel’s maiden name as ‘Hamilton’ in his Civil War pension documents.

 

Sherm Dillon has written that Rachel Hamilton Dillon died about 1840.  John Dillon (Sr.) (her husband) owned property (R7, T7, S13) slightly more than a mile distant from the Hamilton Cemetery in 1840.  We further know she lived with her family in Greene Co., PA prior to resettling in Monroe Co.  Her age (b.1780-1790) suggests the possibility of being the daughter of Hugh and Elizabeth Hamilton.  Further, she named a son, Hugh, an uncommon name, presumably after her assumed father, Hugh Hamilton.

 

Assumption  3. The John Hamilton (c1794-1854) and Margaret Hamilton buried to the right of Elizabeth Hamilton, were husband and wife, Margaret Wise (1797-1870).  Jacob and Mary Wise had a daughter, Margaret (1797-1870).  Further, John and Margaret Hamilton are known to have had a son, John, b. c1834, who married Melissa Dillon, daughter of Peter Dillon and Jane Moore Dillon.  This John Hamilton served initially with the 77th OVI as did Peter Dillon, his father-in-law.

 

Assumption  4. The John (c1794-1854) and Margaret Hamilton buried to the right of Elizabeth Hamilton were her son and daughter-in-law, Margaret Wise (1797-1870). This would make John Hamilton and Rachel Hamilton Dillon (c1785-c1840), brother and sister. 

 

Assumption  5. The children of John and Margaret Hamilton that Jeff Billman has listed are correct, pending verification of his sources.  He shows the following listing for their children; Elizabeth, Joseph, Jacob H., Hugh, Rachel, John, Mary Ann and Hannah Jane (per the 1820-1850 Monroe Co. Censuses for Hamilton) (per the 1820 Census Monroe Co., Seneca Twp for Morris, Wells, Wise, Hambleton).  We found reference to many of these same individuals in Fedorchak’s publications.  

 

Again from Andy Morris “By doing this, I can tie together almost everyone buried in the Hamilton Cemetery ----  “, as follows:

 

a.    Charles F. Billman, husband of Hannah Jane Billman, son-in-law of John and Margaret Hamilton;

 

b.    Hannah Jane Billman, wife of Charles F. Billman, daughter of John and Margaret Hamilton, sister of Rachel Lindamood and Elizabeth Robinson, granddaughter of Elizabeth Hamilton, first cousin of Hamilton Dillon and Mary Dillon Morris, aunt of Anna Maria Robinson, Cumming Robinson, John Robinson, Margaret Rachel Robinson, Peter H. Robinson, and infant twins, Lindamood;

 

c.    Hamilton Dillon, grandson of Elizabeth Hamilton, brother of Mary Morris, nephew of John Hamilton, first cousin of Hannah J. Billman, Rachel Lindamood, brother-in-law to Jane Dillon, uncle to Sarah Jane Dillon and Peter Dillon;

 

d.    Jane Dillon, mother of Peter and Sarah Jane Dillon, and the sister-in-law of Hamilton Dillon and Mary Dillon Morris; 

 

e.    Anne Hamilton, first wife of Hugh Hamilton, daughter-in-law of John and Margaret Hamilton, daughter of Ephraim and Margaret Rucker;

 

f.    Elizabeth Hamilton, mother of John Hamilton, mother-in-law to Margaret Hamilton, grandmother of Mary Dillon Morris, Hamilton Dillon, Hannah J. Billman, Rachel Lindamood, and Elizabeth Robinson;

 

g.    John Hamilton, son of Elizabeth Hamilton, husband of Margaret Hamilton, father of Hannah J. Billman, Rachel Lindamood, and Elizabeth Robinson, uncle of Mary Dillon Morris, Hamilton Dillon;

 

h.    Margaret Hamilton, wife of John Hamilton, mother of Hannah Jane Billman, Rachel Lindamood, and Elizabeth Robinson, daughter-in-law of Elizabeth Hamilton;

 

i.     Rachel Lindemood, mother of infant twins, Lindemood, daughter of John and Margaret Hamilton, granddaughter of Elizabeth Hamilton, sister of Hannah Jane Billman, first cousin of Hamilton Dillon and Mary Dillon Morris, and aunt of Anna Maria Robinson, Cumming Robinson, John Robinson, Margaret Rachel Robinson, Peter H. Robinson, and infant, Billman;

 

j.      Infant twins, Lindemood, son and daughter of Rachel Lindemood, grandchildren of John and Margaret Hamilton, great, grandchildren of Elizabeth Hamilton;

 

k.     Mary Dillon Morris, sister of Hamilton Dillon, granddaughter of Elizabeth Hamilton, first cousin of Hannah Jane Billman and Rachel Lindemood, sister-in-law of Jane Dillon, aunt of Sarah Jane and Peter Dillon;

 

l.      Anna Maria Robinson, Cumming Robinson, John Robinson, Margaret Rachel Robinson, and Peter H. Robinson, all children of Hugh and Elizabeth Robinson.  Elizabeth was the daughter of John and Margaret Hamilton, granddaughter of Elizabeth Hamilton, sister of Hannah J. Billman and Rachel Lindamood, and first cousin of Hamilton Dillon and Mary Dillon Morris;

 

m.    Ephraim and Margaret Rucker, parents of Anne Hamilton and father-in-law and mother-in-law of Hugh Hamilton (son of John and Margaret Hamilton); 

 

n.     Jacob Albert Wagonfield, great grandson of John and Margaret Hamilton, great-great grandson of Elizabeth Hamilton.  Jacob Albert was the son of Fred and Margaret Wagonfield (Waggenfelt).  Margaret Wagonfield was the daughter of Jacob Hamilton, who was the son of John and Margaret Hamilton.

 

      E) Additional Relationships, Connections and Associations

 

Also buried in the Hamilton Cemetery is a Michael Gilmore, who was living with Hugh and Elizabeth Robinson on the 1850 Monroe Co. Census.  The census shows that he was born in Ireland, as was Hugh Robinson.

 

Ryan and Rachel Lindamood were living in Bethel Township on the 1850 census at 673/674.  Rachel's first cousin, John Dillon, and his wife, Malinda, were also living very close by them at 668/669 (refer to the 1850 Monroe Co., OH Census for Bethel Twp – John Dillon Jr.).

 

Ephraim and Margaret Rucker had another daughter, Sarah Jane, who was married to George Washington Denbow, son of John and Martha Denbow.  George's twin brother, Jackson Denbow, along with parents John and Martha are in the Hamilton Cemetery.  William “Billy” Denbow, son of John and Martha, married Anna Dillon, daughter of Thomas Dillon and Sarah Ann Morris Dillon.  Thomas Dillon was the sibling of Mary Dillon Morris, Hamilton and Peter Dillon referenced above, while Sarah Ann Morris was the sibling of James R. Morris, married to Mary Dillon Morris, also referenced above.

 

Jane Moore Dillon and husband, Peter Dillon, were parents of Melissa Dillon who married John Hamilton, possibly the son of John Hamilton and Margaret Wise, nephew of Rachel Hamilton Dillon.

 

“Given the number of worn, uninscribed stones to the right of John and Margaret Hamilton, one of them could very likely have been for Rachel Hamilton Dillon, wife of John Dillon Sr.  There could have been a marker for Hugh Hamilton at one time on either side of Elizabeth Hamilton.  There is space.”

 

Unquestionably, Andy’s analysis and reconstruction of these Hamilton Cemetery folks has been enormously beneficial to this research of our families.

 

      F) Further Research

 

Further from the ‘Spirit of Democracy’, Issue of April 25, 1855 (from Catharine Fedorchak, Volume III, page 50), we have additional information as evidence of these family connections.  The location, Township 7, Range 7, is in very close proximity to the Hamilton Cemetery (T6, R6, S31): 

 

“Notice:  Partition - Hugh Hamilton, Benjamin Hamilton, Joseph Hamilton, John Hamilton, Elizabeth Robinson, Hugh Robinson, her husband; Rachel Lindamood, and Rihu Lindamood, her husband; Mary Ann Hamilton and Hannah Jane Hamilton petition filed against them on the 19th day of Apr., 1855 by Jacob Hamilton.  Margaret Hamilton, widow of John Hamilton, deceased, has a life estate by the will of her deceased husband in S.1, T.7, R.7, etc. being the home farm and first entry and by the same will John Hamilton provided for as follows:  - 2nd - I give and devise to my son John Hamilton 80 acres being immediately east of the home farm already described.”

 

Finally, the “1869 Landowners Map of Monroe Co., Ohio”, compiled by Rita Bone Kopp, 1984 and reprinted in 1996 by the Monroe Co. Chapter of the OGS, displays on p.32 the land ownership in the SW quadrant of  T6, R6, S31, location of the Hamilton Cemetery, belonging to J. H. Hamilton, possibly Jacob H. Hamilton, son of John Hamilton, grandson of Hugh and Elizabeth Hamilton, nephew of Rachel Hamilton Dillon.

 

Continuing with connections regarding the Denbows, the following is hardly more than a sample of a network of connecting links and families.  Much of this information has been taken from Fedorchak’s research, various censuses, land records and deeds, ‘Spirit of Democracy’ obituaries and articles, and family research of other researchers: 

 

Cena Denbow, daughter of Thomas, granddaughter of Billy Denbow and Anna Dillon, married Jack Dillon in Monroe Co., abt 1898.  We have not researched this Dillon’s line.

 

Hamilton Dillon was the second husband of Elizabeth Denbow.  Elizabeth’s first husband had been William N.Wise.  The Wise Cemetery is a short distance from the Hamilton Cemetery adjacent to State Rte 78 (refer to the Wise Cemetery (refer to the Bracken Ridge Cemetery).

 

George Washington Denbow, buried in the Bracken Ridge Cemetery, whose father and mother, John and Martha are buried in Hamilton Cemetery, married Sarah Jane Rucker, whose family is buried in the Hamilton Cemetery as well.  Vincent E. Dillon, son of Hamilton Dillon, married Harriet Denbow, daughter of John Denbow and Sarah Paith.  This line has not been researched further. 

 

We also located a James Morris Denbow (1860 Monroe Co. Census), son of Levi Denbow, grandson of John and Martha, who married Rachel Morris, daughter of James R. Morris and Mary Dillon Morris.

 

Henry Dillon, son of Hugh Dillon, married Rachel J. Denbow.  Charles Clarence Wise married Sarah Bertha Denbow.  Sarah was the daughter of Levi Denbow and Rachel Morris, the granddaughter of John and Martha Denbow and James R. Morris and Mary Dillon Morris.  Both sets of their grandparents are referenced several times above.

 

A final document appropriate and helpful to this section is a list of Civil War veterans residing in Summit Twp in 1904 (see below). 

 

G) Hamilton - Jackson Co., WV

 

From the ‘Spirit of Democracy’, we have the following obituary:

 

5 May 1910

"HAMILTON - Hugh, of Ravenswood District in Jackson Co. WV, d 16 Apr, 90y llm 8d,

b Green Co PA, s/o John, family to Monroe Co. OH before 1840, located on head waters of Wills creek in Summit twp,. mar'd 8 may 1843 Annie RUCKER d/o Ephraim,

children:  Benjamin who d 2 Aug 1864 & John of Jackson Co WV, wife d 1847 & buried in old Hamilton cemetery on the old homestead in Ohio, mar'd 28 Dec 1848 Mary

DORRNON, 2 children: Annie & Addison, c50ys ago to Jackson Co WV, 2 or 3 sisters survive in Monroe Co OH."

 

This obituary conforms with our reconstruction of the interconnections of families found in the Hamilton cemetery.  Hugh is listed as born in Greene Co., PA, the son of John Hamilton.  A John Hamilton meeting the description of Hugh’s father, is listed in the 1820 Monroe Co. Census for Seneca Twp.  Hugh’s wife, Annie Rucker, d.1847, is the daughter of Ephraim Rucker and wife, Margaret.  Annie Rucker and her parents are buried in the Hamilton Cemetery. 

 

Sons, Benjamin and John Hamilton are listed in the 1850 Monroe Co. Census for Monroe Co., Franklin Twp., OH, living with their father, Hugh and his new wife, Mary (refer to the 1820-1850 Monroe Co. Census for Hamilton).  Benjamin was eventually killed in the Civil War.  A John Hamilton, also from PA and presumably the father of Hugh Hamilton, is listed in the 1850 Seneca Twp. 

 

Son, John Hamilton, eventually moved with father, Hugh and second wife, Mary, to Jackson Co., WV.  Children, Anna, b. 1854 and Addison, b.1855 are listed as children of Hugh and Mary.  Hugh and Mary Hamilton are listed in the 1880 Jackson Co., WV Census.  Hugh and Mary are listed as born in OH, though the 1850 Monroe Co., OH Census lists Hugh’s birthplace as PA.

 

 

                             

 

         Hamilton Dillon, died Jan. 5, 1849,                    Jane Dillon, wife of Peter,                Rachel Lindemood, wife of Ryan, died 185_?

                   in his 26th year of his age                          died May 25, 1855,                                

                                                                    Aged 41 yrs, 10 mo, and 1 day

 

                             

 

     Infant Lindemood, Infant Lindemood,                        Michael Gilmore,                               Elizabeth Hamilton, died Oct. 14, 1840, 

 son and dau. of R & R, died July 19, 185_?     died Jan. 19, 1852, aged 35 years                                                aged 76 years        

 

 

                

 

     John Hamilton, died July 24, 1854,                        Margaret Hamilton,                                 Charles F. Billman, 1829-1883

                         aged 60 years                                b. April 6, 1797, d. Dec 26, 1870,                               Hannah J. Billman, 1839-1918 

                                                                                                aged 73 years            

 

 

                        

 

         Cumming Robinson, son of H & E                    Mary Morris, wife of James                    Sarah Jane Dillon, dau. of P & J

                         died May 18, 1851                                                   died July 7, 1847                                                 d. July 14, 1854                                                                                                                                

                      aged 1 mo & 17 days                                                     aged 37 years                                  aged 12 years, 10, mo and10 days                                                                      

 

 

                 

 

William Hamilton, died Aug. 16, 1883, aged 9 years                                    Jackson Denbow, 1834-1852

                                                                                                 Martha Denbow, In Memory of, 1798-1855

                                                                                                   John Denbow, In Memory of, 1797-1864                                                                         

 

                    

 

                   Sgt. C. F. Billman, Co. K 78th Ohio Inf. Died Dec 25, 1883                                    Anna Maria Robinson

                                            Aged 54 yrs, 10 mo, 21 days                                                                          dau. of H & E

                  died Jan. 13, 1868, 2 yrs, 10 mos, 12 d.

     

                     

 

                  Bender  (Only the top of the stone with the name on it).                                                  Ephraim Rucker, 1796-1884

 

                             

 

         Jackson Denbow, 1834-1852                                                             John Denbow, In Memory of, 1797-1864 

 

 

                                 

       

                Juliann Barnhouse, wife of Michael                                     Martha Denbow, In Memory of, 1798-1855

                       died Feb. 17, 1854, aged 30 years

 

 

                                              

 

                           Grover Cleveland Kuhlman, son of C. and E.,                                                Peter Hamilton, died April 17, 1846

               b. July 1, 1884, d. 2-20-1886, Aged 1 yr.                                             Aged 20 yrs, 2 mo, 3 days

 

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