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These tombstone photo & transcriptions have been generously donated by Robin Fife, on 27 May, 2004.
This cemetery is small, not too well kept and sits on top of a hill in the middle of a corn field on Co. Rd. 32 or what they call the Loop Road. It has also been called The Funk Cemetery. There are about 10-15 graves, probably other children of Isaac & Mary Funk.
|Blamer, James H., 1847 - 1918; Amanda C., his wife, 1855 - 1945 James H. Blamer, the son of Joseph & Matilda P. (Anderson) Blamer, married 1st to Cornelia T. Lloyd. They were divorced and James married 2nd to amanda C. Funk, daughter of Isaac & Mary L. (Stotts) Funk.|
|Funk, Mary L., born July 17, 1826, died Aug. 16, 1914 Mary L. Stotts married Isaac Funk. Isaac Funk is also buried here. His name is on the other side of this stone but the dates have been worn away.|
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