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|Upper Conrad Cemetery|
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Partial transcriptions & photos, July 1997.
The most recent update to this page was made on 30 May, 2008.
|This cemetery is located on the south side of Bowers Rd, about 1¼ mile from State Route 159 (Chillicothe-Lancaster Rd). The cemetery is nicely maintained by township, parking can be a problem, as there's no area actually designated for this. So, you have to just park as far off the side of the road as possible. At this time, my transcriptions are not complete nor are they arranged in actual rows. During my next visit to this cemetery, will try to gather additional information to make report more orderly & complete. There are two Conrad cemeteries just a short distance apart on opposite sides of same road. Upper Conrad Cemetery is also known as Old Conrad, it's actually the newer of the two and it's much smaller than the other one. If you find any information to be in error, and you have supporting evidence, I'll be pleased to update the information posted here. All information contained in this report between brackets [_] will indicate information not read from the stones but rather information from my personal knowledge and/or genealogy research. Please remember that like in most cemeteries, some memorials are subject to more than one interpretation, due to the deterioration of inscriptions. So, I can not be 100% sure on all readings. Use this information to further your research, but don't substitute it for good county or state records. One last comment, the Fosnaugh, Fosnaught, and Fausnaught family are all related, just one of those families with many varriations, some mistakenly done by engravers, some purposely by family members.|
|Campbell, Catharine M., wife of J. Campbell, died Nov. 17, 1881, aged 72y 11m 7d|
|Conrad, Lewis E., son of W. & S. Conrad, died Aug. 31, 1883, aged 7y 3m 11d|
|Fosnaugh, Jacob died June 6, 1898, aged 87y 2m 28d Jacob born 9 Mar. 1812, husband of Barbara (Hoffman) Fosnaugh. He is the son of Wendell & Elizabeth (Wallich) Fosnaugh.|
|Fosnaugh, Barbara wife of Jacob Fosnaugh, died July 21, 1888, aged 70y 7m 25d Barbara (Hoffman)Fosnaugh, was born 29 Aug. 1817, married (Jacob b.1812-1898), on 11 Nov. 1837.|
|Fausnaught, Jacob , son of J.& B.Fosnaught, died Feb. 23, 1865, aged 19y 3m & 5d Probable son of Jacob & Barbara (Hoffman) Fosnaugh.|
|Fosnaught, Christian, died Nov. 11, 1868, aged 78years Son of Adam, Sr. & Barbara (Root) Fosnaugh.|
|Fosnaught, Polly, wife of C. Fosnaught, died Aug. 31, 1876, aged 8oy & 5m Mary Magdalene "Polly" (Conrad) Fosnaught, wife of Christian Fosnaught. She was born 3 March 1796, Washington Co., MD.|
|Fosnaught, Nelson, son of H. & J.A. Fosnaught, died Dec. 12, 1865, aged 1d Family association unknown.|
|Good, Samuel, 1823 - 1905; Rebecca, his wife, 1839 - 1919; William, 1863 - 1867|
|Leather, Jamima, dau. of Ezra & Caroline Leathers, died Mar. 19, 1864, aged 17y 8m 2d|
|Leathers, Hattie L., dau. of S. & D. Leathers, died Dec. 22, 1875, aged 1y 2m 11d|
|Milligan, Zachariah, died Sept. 25, 1879, aged 86y 11d|
|Moore, Anthony, died June 21, 1887, aged 61y 11m 23d|
|Moore, Nancy (Allen), died May 11, 1905, aged 72y 2m 2d|
|Nye, Junetta, wife of John Nye, died Feb. 10, 1852, aged about 44 yrs|
|This cemetery includes burials of individuals including the following surnames: Bussard, Calahann, Campbell, Conrad, Fowler, Good, Fausnaught, Fosnaugh, Fosnaught, Friend, Hamelton, Kesler, Kiefaber, Leathers, Moore, Nye, Peters, Smelzer, Valentine.|
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