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These transcriptions & tombstone photos have been generously donated by Barbara Bonomini,
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This cemetery located at the corner of Union Cemetery Rd. & Montgomery Rd., in Loveland, Hamilton Co., Ohio.
The most recent update was made on 23 June, 2011.
These are all graves that I found that seem to connect together. It is not complete yet as it will take a few more days out there to locate all
that relate to this group. This is a smaller medium size Cemetary, very hilly and landscaped beautifully with tree, bushes and some flowers.
Most of these graves are in the first few rows of the oldest looking section next to the chapel. Samuel Arbuckle and Nancy Berry Arbuckle his
wife are in the very northwest corner of the cemetary.|
Ruth Arbuckle Apgar b. 3/4/1825 d. 5/20/1907 wife of Benjah Apgar
Reubin Arbuckle d. 2/27/1845 13 months 27 days old son of Joseph and Mary Arbuckle
Arbuckle, Nancy, wife of Samuel Arbuckle, d. Apr. 28 1873, aged 79 y 6 m 15 d
Arbuckle, Samuel, d. Oct. 31 1874, aged 85 y's 7 m's & 19 d's
An inscription below dates of memorial:-Oh death thou hast conquered me, And by thy hand I'm slain, But Christ our Lord has conquered him, And I shall rtise again.
Overview of Arbuckle memorial
Next to Arbuckles with no last names on graves;
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