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For those that are perhaps seeing these transcriptions for the first time, the transcriptions may give on first glance, the appearance of a great many typos, so I feel obligated to explain that the abundance of y, m, and d represent abbreviations for year, month and day. Although you will find most engravers follow similar patterns, it seems there are several different abbreviations used to represent these three time terms including: y, yr, yrs, yr's & years; m. mo, mos, mo's, and months; d. da, das, da's, and days and on rare occasions, h, hr, hrs, hr's, and hours. I tend not to use commas except to separate surname from given name, given name from date, except where found on actual inscription, same goes for the [.] (period). When you see the symbol [_] (underscore), I use it to represent missing or unreadable letters, or if a lot of letters are unreadable I may express it by several periods, such as Jos...h . Sometimes you will find raised letters such as "c" in surnames such as in McClain, or if the engraver added smaller letters that were left out and added later, when I encounter them, tend to express them, when possible, as found on the stone. Sometimes engravers will use the latin term Æ or æ, this is just a term that generally replaces the word "aged". One last comment, all actual text found engraved, will come first in bold text. All comments, observations, personal knowledge remarks added by submitter, concerning an individual, but not inscribed on stone, will then proceed in regular text. ~R.M.Sizelove~
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|Mangus, Henry, 1837 - 1883; Rebecca (Sense), 1840 - 1924 Henry married Rebecca July 1864. He was a carpenter. Daughters Emma (Mangus) Summers, Mary (Mangus)Stackhouse, Isabelle (Stackhouse) Mangus & son Monroe (Roy) Mangus are also buried at this cemetery. Henry is my 2ndGreat Grandfather.|
|Mangus, Isabelle, 1872 - 1960 Isabelle was the daughter of Hanry & Rebecca Sense Mangus. She was born 22 Apr. 1872 in West Twp., died at the age of 88 years, same township. She never married, lived with her brother Walter for a time after the death of her parents.|
|Mangus, Jacob, Jan. 12, 1939 - Nov. 3, 1910; Hannah, wife of J. Mangus, 1844 - 1895 Jacob married Hannah (Hively) Magus in 1864. Hannah is the daughter of George & Mary Catherine Hively. Mahgus & Hivelys were neighbors 1860's. Jacob is the brother of Henry Mangus, sons of Christian & Elizabeth (Kester/Keister) Mangus. Jacob Enlisted in Co. D, 115th Infantry Regiment OH, August 1862. This company was assigned to duty as Provost Guard. He received disability discharge Jan. 1863, Covington, KY.|
|Mangus, John, 1846 - 1908; Malinda, his wife, 1850 - 1925 John was a son of John & Mary C. (Hively) Mangus. In 1869, he married Malinda (Ickes)m daughter of Jacob & Mary Ann (Walker) Ickes. They had a son, Frank, a daughter Evalena. Frank and his wife Blanche are also buried at Moultrie.|
|Mangus, Evalena, daughter of J. & M. Mangus, died June 30, 1889, aged 18y _m & 24d Evalena is the daughter of John & Malinda (Ickes) Mangus.|
|Mangus, Samuel, 1844 - 1930; Susan, his wife, 1850 - 1922 Samuel was the husband of Susanna (Whiteleather) Mangus.|
|Mangus, Henry O., 1891 - 1966; Sadie K., 1895 - 1957 Henry, son of Monroe (Roy) & Louella (Willis) Mangus, he was born 8 Dec., 1891 East Rochester, OH, died 19 Aug., 1966, Lake Co., OH. Sadie K., born in Ohio, died 25 June 1957. They married 1 Feb., 1915. Son Arthur's stone is in front of theirs, which makes him (Arthur) the fourth generation to be buried at Moultrie Chapel Cemetery.|
|Mangus, Monroe (Roy), 1868 - 1942 -Father-; Louella, 1872 - 1933 Monroe, son of Henry & Rebecca (Sense) Mangus, born April 1868, died 5 Feb., 1942, Minerva, Carroll Co., OH. Louella M., daughter of Isaac Crago & Malissa E. (Reeder)Willis, born 10 Feb. 1872, died 9 Mar. 1933 Minerva, CArroll Co., OH. Sons Henry & Guy are also buried in this cemetery.|
|Mangus, Guy, 1893 - 1983 -Dad-; Bertha, 1894 - 1978 -Mom-; Bryda, 1924 - 1978 -Daughter- Guy, son of Monroe & Louella M. (Willis) Mangus, born 20 Dec., 1893 East Roschester, OH, died 3 Sept. 1982, Canton, Stark Co., OH. Bertha Mable, daughter of Simon K. & Mary Ann (Lanning) Proctor, born 17 Dec., 1894 Kimbolton, Guernsey Co., OH, died 25 Oct., 1978, East Rochester, OH. Bryda, daughter of Guy & Bertha Mangus, born 3 Sept. 1924 in Kimbolton, Guernesey Co., OH, died 25 Oct., 1978, East Rochester, OH. She never married, lived all her life with her parents. She is 4th generation buried here. Guy worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad. Wehn he retired, was the operator of the Bayard OH tower.|
|Mangus, Sevilla, daughter of J. & H. Mangus, Feb. 18, 1866 - Nov. 11, 1899 Probable parents Jacob & Hannah Mangus.|
|Stackhouse, Benjamin, 11 Nov. 1827 - 4 Jan. 1913; Eliza, his wife, 5 Sept. 1828 - 8 June, 1882 Benjamin, son of Owen & Tracy (Heston) Stackhouse, were Quakers. Benjamin was a farmer and later a storekeeper in East Rochester, OH. Eliza Jane (Guthrie) Stackhouse, was the wife of Benjamin. They had one daughter, Emaline (Stackhouse) Hill.|
|Stackhouse, Henry, born 22 Oct. 1862, West Twp., Columbiana Co., OH, died 6 Jan. 1944; Mary (Mangus) born 1865, West Twp., died 7 Apr. 1903 In 1904 Henry married Eliazabeth Harmon, born 1879, died 1940. Henry, Mary & Elizabeth (Lizzie) are buried side by side. Daughter Norma Bell Knight and son Ralph are also buried at Moultrie. Mary is the daughter of Henry & Rebecca (Sense) Mangus.|
|Whiteleather, Jesse, 1826 - 1910 -Father-; Hannah, 1832 - 1903 -Mother- Jesse is the son of Christian & Susanna (Sanor) Whiteleather, born 29 Mar., 1826, West Twp., Columbiana Co., OH, died 21 Sep. 1910, same township and county. Hannah, daughter of George & Sarah Kuglar (Cogler), born 27 Mar. 1832, Columbiana Co., OH, died 26 Jun. 1903, West Twp., Columbiana Co., OH. They married 27 July 1850, West Twp. Their daughters Susannah Mangus, Sarah Sanor, and Ida May Whiteleather, son Marion and Jesse's brohter David are also at Moultrie Chapel Cemetery.|
|Whiteleather, David, born 23 Feb. 1811 Columbiana Co., OH, died 7 Aug., 1877, West Twp., Columbiana Co., OH; Elizabeth, born 1811[or 1817], died 1875. David & Elizabeth married 1 Jan., 1835. All four of thier children, Nancy Foulks, Mary Alice Evans, child Minerva, John F. Whiteleather are also buried at this cemetery. Elizabeth may be the daughter of John & Rachel Retter. Back side of Jacob & Hannah Mangus stone. Sorry, image not readable, unavailable.|
|Whiteleather, John F., 2 Apr. 1840 - 25 Feb. 1897, Co I, 86thInfantry Regimant, Ohio; Mary, 26 Aug. 1842 - 25 May 1929 John Firestone Whiteleather, son of David & Elizabeth (Firestone)Whiteleather. He died in Chambersburg, Columbiana Co., OH. He enlistede in the service on June 1862, mustered out 25 Sept., 1862 at Camp Chase, OH. Veteran of Civil War. Mary, his wife, was the daughter of Henry & Catherine Walter.|
|Willis, John, 1820 - 1901; Elizabeth, his wife, 1831 - 1897; Leland, 1874 - 1908 John Willis, son of Isaac & Grace (Moore) Willis. He was born 5 May, 1820, Green co., PA, died 2 Dec., 1901 West Twp., Columbiana Co., OH. Elizabeth was his third wife, she was born 29 Sept. 1831, Hanover Twp., Columbiana Co., OH, died 17 Feb. 1897. Leland Willis, tenth child of John & Elizabeth, born 22 Oct., 1874, died 2 Mar. 1908.|
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