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Methodist Episcopal Cemetery

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Millwood Twp.
Guernsey Co.

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Brill, (Monument) Monument in back of the graves of Eleanor, George & Robert.
Brill, Eleanor F., 1886 - 1927
Brill, George R., 1903 - 1969
Brill, Robert L., 1876 - 1949
Brill, Leonidas E., 1854 - 1904; Rose E., his wife, 1862 - 1944
Brill, Wm. Ernest, 1884 - 1952; Celesta L., 1882 - 1968
Dyer, Virginia Long, 1910 - 1948
Frame, Wilma, 1829 - 1909
Frame, Maxel, 1865 - 1943
Long, Mildred VanKirk, his wife, 1807 - 1938; Carl W., 1894 - 1986 Mildred E. VanKirk, daughter of Samuel C. & Imogene M. (St.Clair) VanKirk
Long, Margaret Oella, 1890 - 1967 Her middle name was acutally Odella.
St.Clair, Harold C., 1908 - 1979; Sarah E., 1906 - 1975
StClair, George Milton, born Sept. 8, 1821, died May 23, 1899; Mary J., his wife, born Jan. 2, 1834, died Apr. 8, 1916 George Milton St.Clair was a twin to John Fenton St.Clair. He was the son of William St.Clair(Sinclair) and Alice Smith. George Milton married Mary Jane Linn as his second wife. His first wife was Mary E. Daniels
StClair, J.F., Sep. 8, 1821 - Feb. 15, 1897; Margaret A., wife of J.F. St. Clair, Aug. 6, 1825 - May 26, 1896 John Fenton St.Clair, twin to George Milton St.Clair, was the son of William St.Clair (Sinclair) and Alice Smith. John married Margaret A. Crouse
StClair, W.C., 1846 - 1931; Sarah E., his wife, 1845 - 1920 William Crouse St.Clair was the son of John Fenton St.Clair and Margaret A. Crouse. William married Sarah Elizabeth Linn.
StClair, Roland Alonzo, 1849 - 1939 Roland Alonzo StClair was the son of John Fenton & Margaret (Crouse) St.Clair. He married Lazelle M. White
St.Clair, Lazelle (White) 1849 - 1925 Lazelle M. White, dau. of Dr. J. W. White & Minerva Moore. She married Roland Alonzo St.Clair
St.Clair, Pradby W., 1875 - 1948 Pradby was the son of Roland Alonzo & Lazelle M. (White) St.Clair.
St.Clair, Clyde R., 1886 - 1979 Clyde Raymond St.Clair is the son of Rodolphin D. & Arrillia Violet (Heston) St. Clair. Clyde married twice. First to Mamie Eagan and second to Mildred B. Warrick.
St.Clair, Mamie E., 1885 - 1927 Mamie is the first wife of Clyde Raymond St.Clair.
St.Clair, Mildred B., 1900 - 1989 Mildred B. Warrick is the second wife of Clyde Raymond St.Clair.
St.Clair, Arillia V., wife of R.D. St.Clair, Nov. 15, 1861 - Sept. 29, 1904; R.D., 1854 - 1923 Rodolphin was the son of John Fenton & margaret (Crouse) St.Clair. He married 1st to Amanda James and second to Arrillia Violet Heston.
St.Clair, Lela L., 1887 - 1963
VanKirk, (Monument)
VanKirk, S. C., Jr., 1911 - 1993; Ann J., 1914 - 1988 Samuel Carley VanKirk, Jr. was the son of Samuel Carley & Imogene M. (St. Clair) VanKirk.
VanKirk, John T., 1874 - 1893
VanKirk, William T., 1868 - 1899
VanKirk, John O., 1846 - 1878; Sarah Jane, 1847 - 1886 John O. VanKirk born Muskingum Co., OH, married Sarah Jane Mendenhall of Noble Co., OH.
VanKirk, May St. Clair, 1873 - 1951
VanKirk, Samuel Carly, 1871 - 1951 Samuel Carly VanKirk, son of John O. VanKirk & Sarah J. Mendehhall married Imogene M. St.Clair, dau. of Roland Alonzo St. Clair & Lazelle M. White
VanKirk, John White, 1898 - 1918 John White VanKirk was the son of Samuel C. & Imogene M. (St.Clair) VanKirk.

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