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Green Mound Cemetery

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Brown Twp.
Delaware County

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These tombstone photos have been generously donated by Florobel C. Lacher, April 11, 2004.
The most recent update to this page was made on 20 May, 2008.

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Beard, Roswell, Pvt. Co. G, 145th Ohio INF, Civil War, May 4, 1846 - Jul 22, 1923 Roswell Beard was a drummer boy in the Civil War. Roswell was the second husband of Mary (Hodgen) Carney - Beard. He's buried about two thirds north in the front center section. (marker RB71925) Mary is buried with her first husband, Elijah D. Carney, near the road.
Crane, Dr. H. C., 1864 - 1947, -Book-wise wight, a shining light right well he could have been, but missed the mark, alas the dark about him hath closed in.- This memorial is on the south side of the second cross drive from the front of Cemetery.
Lacher, Robert R., Pfc. US Army, World War II, Feb. 26, 1910 - Feb. 9, 2005 Husband of Florobel C. Lacher. From the cemetery entrance take the drive to the left. The marker is about half way to a turn in the drive & approximately 20 feet north of the drive. There's a dwarf burning bush on the plot by the marker.

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