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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 form 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, this is just a term that generally replaces the work "aged". One last comment, all actual text found engraved, will come first in bold text. All comments, observations, personal knowledge concerning an individual, but not inscribed on stone, will then proceed in regular text. R.M. Sizelove.
These tombstone photos have been generously donated by Jo McGinnis, Sept. 22, 2004
This cemetery is very large and located on the east side of SR 158 (Columbus St.), north of Lancaster Fairgrounds. Additional genealogical data may be available on some of the following transcriptions, by corresponding with the submitter.
The most recent update to this page made on 23 Aug., 2009.
|Arnold, Albertina wife of Monroe Arnold, July 16, 1846 - Oct. 19, 1909 Albertina (Wasem) Arnold, daug. of Jacob & Barbara Wasem. Section D|
|Brown, Anna Mae, Sept. 14, 1950 - June 22, 1951 Daughter of Ruth Maxine Calentine & John Edgar Brown|
|Dixon, Mary Jane, died Sept. 6, 1902, aged 64y & 8m|
|Clover, Jane (McClure), 1915 - 1960[Margaret Jane (McClure) Clover, born Feb. 18, 1915 - died Dec. 20, 1960, wife of Harry Neely Clover]|
|Clover, Geneva Delp, 1916 - 2004; William L., 1914 - 1989 [Geneva Marybelle Delp, daughter of Lewis Delp & Grace Bell Lamb, born Aug. 31, 1916 Kenton, Hardin Co., OH, died Mar. 9, 2004, Lancaster, FFCo., OH; William Leroy clover, son of Gamaliel Neely Clover & Sylvia M. Bauman. William was born Aug. 9, 1914, died July 27, 1989. Born and died in Lancaster, OH.]|
|Clover, Gamaliel N., 1868 - 1934; Sylvia M., 1883 - 1965 [Gamaliel Neely clover, son of Henry Bascom Clover, born Nov. 27, 1868, Salem, Twp., Clarion Co., PA, died Mar. 2, 1934, Mounds, Creek Co., OK; Sylvia M. Bauman, dau. of Jacob C. & Allie Schwich born Feb. 3, 1883 FFCo., OH, died June 23, 1965 Lancaster, FFCo., OH]|
|Clover, James B., 1919 - 1993 [James B. Clover, son of Gamaliel Neely & Sylvia M. (Bauman) Clover, b orn June 14, 1919, died July 27, 1993. Spouse of Barbara J. Gustaveson, born Jan. 2, 1925, Attumwa, Wapello Co., IA]|
|Clover, Esther I. 1905 - 1925 [Esther Irene, born 6 Dec., 1905, died 12 June, 1925, daughter of Sylvia M. Bauman & Gamaliel Neely Clover]|
|Clover, [Clover Family headstone]Sec. C-3|
|Clover, Kathryn E., 1901 - 2001 [Kathryn Elizabeth, born Nov. 12, 1901, died April 10, 2001, daughter of Gamaliel Neely & Sylvia M. (Bauman) Clover.]|
|Clover, Caroma C., 1866 - 1950; Minnie B., 1866 - 1957 [Caroma C., son of Anna Marie Hause & George Clover, born Dec. 20, 1866, died June 28, 1950; Minnie B. Walker, daughter of John & Nancy (Adams) Walker, born Oct. 17, 1866, died Nov. 14, 1957]|
|Clover, D.T., died Nov. 27, 1884, aged 87years 10 mos & 24ds [David Thomas Clover, Sr., Attorny, son of George & anna Marie (Hause) Clover]|
|Eslinger, Martin L., 1884 - 1958 Martin was the son of Charles & Mary A. (Miller) Eslinger. He was born May 19, 1884, died Mar. 11, 1958. Section L|
|Herbert, George Choate, May 21, 1855 - Aug. 30, 1915; Lottie A., Feb. 22, 1868 - Mar. 1, 1947 [section B]|
|Jaccard, W. Tell, 1863 - 1919|
|Jaccard, Louise, 1868 - 1960|
|Matz, Imo, 1892 - 1952; Stanley N., 1891 - 1973 Imo (Hervy) Matz, wife of Stanley Matz, daughter of William & Letilie (Carnes) Hervy. She was born on 28 Feb., 1892, died 20 Feb., 1952. Stanley Neal Matz son of Daniel & Mary (Risinger) Matz. Retired empl. of Pennsylvania RR. He was proceded in death by his first wife Imo (Hervy) Matz, and survived by his second wife, Pearl Blanche (Pearson) Schriner-Matz. Section M|
|McClellan, LaVera Gravett, Feb. 23, 1914 - May 13, 1970|
|McClellan, Harry, 1880 - 1948, Father; Estella, 1883 - 1923, Mother [Harry, born Mar. 16, 1880, New Lexington, OH, died Jan. 15, 1948, Lancaster, OH; Estella Pauline (Gibbony), born Aug. 23, 1888, Carroll, OH, died Jan. 30, 1923, Lancaster, OH. They married Nov. 26, 1908, Lancaster, OH.]|
|McClellan, Thomas James (T.J.), Sep. 21, 1910 - Dec. 23, 1992 [section J]|
|Myers, Aaron, born July 24, 1830, died Dec. 10, 1916; Lucy (Quick), born Oct. 14, 1834, died Jan. 17, 1920|
|Reynolds, Armeda V., 1879 - 1969; J. Thomas, 1875 - 1956|
|Snoke, Laura J., born Feb. 4, 1855, died Jan. 15, 1902|
|Snoke, Abraham, born Aug. 27, 1852, died May 2, 1903|
|Wasem, Elizabeth V., dau. of H. & M. Wasem, born Mar. 28, 1898, died Nov. 23, 1903 Elizabeth was the daughter of Martha (Starner) & Henry Wasem. The dates on the marker are incorrect. The correct date of birth is: 7 Oct. 1897, from the Probate Court Record of Birth. She died of Scarlet Fever. (section C)|
|Wasem, Henry, 1856 - 1933 -Father-; Martha, his wife, 1862 - 1935 -Mother- Henry, son of Elizabeth & Frank Wasem, b. 30 Oct. 1856, d. 13 Jan. 1933, married Martha Starner on 1 Jan. 1888. Martha, daughter of George Washington & Harriet (Alexander) Starner, she was born 19 Jan. 1862, died 16 Jan. 1933. Section C|
|Wasem, George W., 1858 - 1902 George was born in Lancaster, Ohio, June 21, 1860, died Jan. 26, 1902. George's parents are buried in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery.|
|Wickham, Georgia Laverne, Oct. 8, 1900 - Dec. 7, 1917 She was an orphan living at the County Children's Home. She died of blood poisoning that started in her jaw.|
|Wonderly, Catherine L. Moss, May 22, 1857 (Fairfield Co., OH)- Jan. 2, 1944 (Columbus, Franklin Co., OH) She is buried next to her first husband George W. Wasem. Catherine is the daughter of Samuel F. & Mary A. (Hurle) Moss. Her mother b. 1838, OH, & father b. 6 Feb. 1826, Perry Co., OH, d. 16 Sept., 1893. Catherine was married three times, she was the wife of George W. Wasem; Henry M. Miller; Henry Wonderly. Catherine had eight children, Carl Samuel Wasem (son); Maggie M. Wasem (dau.); Meredith Wasem (son); Orpha Wasem(dau.); Cora Wasem(dau.); Della Wasem(dau.); George Roy Wasem (son)& Charles Wasem (son). Section C|
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