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This cemetery is located on Haga Ridge Road (TR 190) between Stewart, Ohio and Beebe. The church that was affilliated with this cemetery has been sold and made into a family dwelling, but now is in disrepair. The first three images are in the first row, just inside the gate. There are three in the family plot.
*Note: I received additional data by the kindness of Scott Phillips on 25 April, 2007: "My great grandfather , William Montgomery Phillips built the Church at Haga Ridge Cemetery and also a nearby house, (pictured). My father was born in the house. Additionally there is a Clara Featherstone buried in Haga Ridge Cemetery that shares a tombstone with her husband James Featherstone and is in front of the cemetery and visable from the road. clara's maiden name was Phillips and sister of my great-grandfather.
The most recent update to this page made on 26 May, 2007.
|Barrows, Wm. Henry, 1855 - 1907; Fannie M., 1860 - 1916|
|Barrows, James Perry, 15 Aug. 1822 - 12 June 1898; Eliza Anne, 16 May 1822 - 13 Aug. 1901, his wife There are also footstones containing inscription Father & Mother|
|Copeland, Samuel, born May 30, 1811, died June 29, 1900 This stone is in the same area as Commodore Munn's stone|
|Copeland, James, 1848 - 1920; Lucinda his wife, 1849 - 1933|
|Featherston, Jno., Co. M, 1 Res OVCAV, 1813 - 1917 (odd Fellows 3 rings); Almira, his wife, 1845 - 1916|
|Featherston, Thomas A., PFC U.S. Army, World War I, Apr. 22, 1893 - Nov. 6. 1975|
|Jackson, John, 1836 - 1934|
|Jackson, Robert, born Jan. 30, 1822, died Jul. 23, 1898 -Father- GAR medal; Elenor, born Oct. 10, 1824, died Aug. 7, 1879 Robert Jackson was in the 18th OVI|
|Livingston, Sallie B., 22 Nov. 1842 - 7 Nov. 1886, dau. of E. & P. Barrows|
|Montgomery, Martha J., wife of A.H. Montgomery, Mar.5. 1847 - Sep. 28, 1882; Grace C., dau. of A.H. & M.J. Montgomery, Jul. 23, 1877 - May 9, 1882; Henry C., son of A.H. & B. V. Montgomery, Feb. 3, 1883 - Feb. 28, 1883; Etha J., dau. of A. H. Montgomery, May 8, 1875 - Feb. 11, 1893 This momument contains engravings on each side.|
|Munn, Commadore P., 1854 - 1914; Sarah A. Copeland, his wife, 1858 - 1931 -We Shall Meet Again-|
|Muns, Warren, July 9, 1842 - Oct. 23, 1912 -Father-, Co. A, 141st O.N.G., GAR medal; Mary, Nov. 14, 1845 - Mar. 6, 1918 -Mother-|
|Munn, Emma J., 1867 - 1936 These last few memorials are near the back of cemetery.|
|Totman, Hiram, died Apr. 22, 1871, aged 62y 4m 7d|
|Totman, Clarrinda, 5 Feb. 1816 - 3 Aug. 1894|
|Root, Kenneth, July 27, 1921 - June 1, 2003; Margaret P., June 6, 1933 - Military Marker Kenneth Leroy Root, Pvt. U.S. Army, World War II|
|Rowan, Dear Wife and Mother Laura Munn, 1884 - 1919|
|Tucker, Margaret A., wife of C.G. Tucker, Aug. 2, 1849 - Sep. 19, 1899|
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