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Owl Creek Church Cemetery


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Morgan Twp.
Knox County

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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 from 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 or æ, this is just a term that generally replaces the word "aged". One last comment, all actual text found engraved, will come first in bold text. All comments, observations, personal knowledge remarks added by submitter, 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 Robert M. Sizelove, Sr., on 16 Mar., 2009.
This well cared for cemetery is located directly across the road from the Owl Creek Baptist Church, founded in 1866. This cemetery is located on an elevated parcel of land, next to the roadway, appearing to be two or three acres in size, a few miles north of Utica, Oh., east of SR 13, which can be found by taking Arrington Road to Owl Creek Church Rd., and staying on it until you see the church and cemetery. The postal address for the church is Mt. Vernon, OH. The church originally owned the cemetery, but later a cemetery association was formed, and presently controls and contracts for the maintenance of this cemetery. I have found quite early burials here, earliest death date thus far being 1814, and possibly earlier. So, the cemetery actually predates the church by as much as 50 years. The cemetery is still in use to this date, there are many recent burials, which means it has been in use for almost 200 years. The cemetery is of mid size, probably near a thousand burials. My readings start at the gate entrance, read in rows left to right. My readings stop at the cement walk way. I read the first 6 rows in order (left of the walkway), however my schedule did not permit reading entire cemetery, but hope to return later this summer to resume this task. I did read other stones, not in ordered rows and will notate where my readings for ordered rows ended. The cemetery contains many very old tombstones, most of the sandstone type have eroded due to weatherization to a condition where they are sadly no longer readable.
The most recent update to this page was made on 27 March, 2009.

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Row 1
i. Hedges, In memory of Nancy L., who died __, 1839, aged __yrs, 11months, __days [very worn stone]
ii.Hedges, Abel, son of Abalom & Mary Hedges, died Feb. 13, 1838, aged 4years 10mo. & 5 days
iii. Hedges, John, son of Ab__m & Mary Hedges, died _ept. 20, 1837, aged 1 year & 26days "sleep babe, sleep in Christ Till the last jubel trump: Shall sound.
iv. Updacke, In memory of Margaret, wife of William Updacke, who died Aug. _, 1840, aged 25 years _mo & 26 days
v. Sellers, In memory of Nancy, wife of John Sellers, who died 16 July 1858:, Aged 41 years 8mo. & 1 day
vi.Sellers, In memory of an Infant Daughter of John & Nancy Sellers; who was born Dec. 28, 1833 & died Feb. 21, 1834
vii. Sellers, In memory of Infant Son of John & Nancy Sellers; who was born Dec. 28, 1838: & died Dec. 30, 1838 "Sweet babe in Jesus"
viii.Sellers, D__, 27th , __ [very worn, not readable]
ix. Sellers, Infant ___, 27th ___aged 20 days, son of John & __ Sellers [very worn]
x. Sellers, _, was __, Aug. 5th, __, aged _mo. Daughter of John & Nancy Sellers [only partially readable]
xi. Honey, William, died 11 April 1838
xii. Honey, Ann, died 12 August 1833
xiii. Honey, Ansen, died March 1829
xiv. Honey, In memory of Nancy, widow of Wm. Honey, who died July 27, 1824, aged 64 years 4 months & _days
xv. Tulloss, John J., died June 20, 1841, aged 57y 9m 14d
xvi. Tulloss, , Elizabeth, wife of J.J. Tulloss, died Feb. 27, 1869, aged 86y 9m 13dClick here for overview.
xvii. Honey, John, died Sep. 27, 1858, aged 83y 1m 17d
xviii. Honey, James, died Sep. 11, 1885, aged 90y; Susan, died Oct. 12, 1875, aged 64y
xix. Sellers, Susan, died Aug. 4, 1876, aged 86 years
xx. Powelsor, Lucinda, wife of Conrad Powelsor, died May 26, 1885, aged 90 yrs
xxi. Clutter, Josephus, 1847 - 1928; Tobitha, 1851 - 1893
xxii. Clutter, David P., 1849 - 1932; Annis, 1857 - 1929
xxiii. Clutter, Guy L., 1889 - 1983; Aura M., 1892 - 1967; Infant Son & Daughter
Unknown, unmarked footstone (ending at left edge of walkway)
Row 2
i. B__, _ , _ of John B__, died April 19, 1832, aged 59years [very worn, only partially readable]
ii. Unknown, [lower fragment containing verse4 and engraver name]
iii. L_, Elizabeth, daug. Of _ & Rosanna L_, died Sept. 2, _, aged 6y 5m & _d
iv. L_nson, Roseanna, daug. Of Dani_ & Rosanna L_nson, died _, _ 183_ [probably member of same family as previous stone, in very bad condition, difficult to read]
v. Unknown, John, son of John & Ph_ _, died 10 _, 1828, aged _ [very worn]
vi. Unknown [sworn smooth, not readable]
vii. Sellers, John, son of Jacob & Mary Sellers, died Jan. 18, 1850, aged 22y 6m
viii. Sellers, Isaac, son of Jacob & Mary Sellers, died Sep. 30, 1844, aged 26y 1m 26d
ix. Sellers, Jacob, died Sep. 4, 1846, aged 61y; Mary, died Aug. 6, 1878, aged 87y 7m 18d
x. Unknown, Al_ _dus_atone [very worn, not readable]
xi. Unknown [oblisk style stone, no markings found]
xii. Unknown [old sandstone marker, worn smooth, not readable]
xiii. Honey, Mary E., daut. of James & Susan Honey, died Dec. 28, 1849, aged 12yrs 5mo.
xiv. Honey, Caroline M., 1840 - 1929
xv. Clutter, Rachel, wife of Samuel Clutter, died Nov. 30, 1855, aged 81y 6m 20d
xvi. Clutter, Samuel, died Dec. 5, 1852, aged 88y 5m 22d
xvii. Clutter, Margaret A., dau. of D.B. & L. Clutter, died Mar. 4, 1855, aged 10 years 1mo 27d
xviii. Clutter, Levina, wife of David B. Clutter, died May 15, 1876, aged 61y 4m 22d
xix. Clutter, David B., died June 22, 1855, aged 44y 1m 18d
xx. Clutter, Allie L., dau. of D.B. & L. Clutter, aged 1y 2m 20d [no date of death inscribed]
Row 3
i. Beam, Cornelius, died September 14, 1845, aged 46yrs 5m 14d
ii. Unknown, [not readable]
iii. _ard, W__h_n, died _, 1834_ [very worn, not readable]
iv. Leonard, Clarissa, daut. of Ziba & Jane Leonard, died Sept. 12, 1827, 10 mo & 8ds
v. Leonard, Martha, consort of Ziba Leonard, died May 10, 1837, 77ys & 6 ms [consort, meaning surviving husband]
vi. Leonard, Martha, 1756 - 1832; Ziba, Sr., 1755 - 1814; Founding Family of Mount Vernon, Grandparents of Ziba Dimmick, 1816 - 1878 Oregon Trail Pioneer; stone donated by James W. Uhler, Descendant, 2005
vii. Leonard, Ziba, died Sept. 14, 1814, . 53ys, 8ms, & 14 days
viii. Harrod, John, son of Levi Harrod, 1772 - 1814
ix. Harrod, John, died March 17, 1814, in the 43 year of his age [older stone echoing data on previous stone]
x. Harrod, John, son of Levi & Darcas Harrod, died Dec. 25, 1856: Aged 5 years 8 mo. & 2 days
xi. Harrison, John Lum, Sr., April 24, 1779 - Oct. 4, 1827
xii. Harrison, In memory of Leah, wife of Amos Harrison, died Feb. 18, 1832, aged 28 ys 16 days
xiii. Lyon, Hannah, daughter of Amos & Charity Lyon, died May 6, 1829, aged 15 yrs 5mo & 15 days
xiv. Boyd, Sarah, 1812 - 1863, Mother
xv. Unknown, Infant dau., 1847 - 1847 [probable dau. of Sarah Boyd]
xvi. Boyd, Oscar, 1840 - 1845 [probable son of Sarah Boyd]
xvii. Boyd, Allen, 1817 - 1904, father [probable husband of Sarah Boyd]
Walkway & Boyd, memorials [Overview of walkway and Boyd stones in row 3 (foreground)]
Row 4
Overview, [overview of row 4]
i. Harris, In memory of James M. [rectangular portion of inscription removed by engraver] son of I. & E. Harris; who died March 1, 1843; aged 1 year & 19 days
ii. Harris, In memory of Mary M., dau. of Isaac & E. Harris, who died Feb. 5th 1842, aged 5yrs 7mo & 1day
iii. Harris, In memory of Rachel, wife of Joseph Harris, who died July 26, 1840, aged 69
iv. Harris, In memory of Joseph, who died March 5, A.D. 1855: aged 65 years 5 mo & 8 days
v. Harris, Rach_, daughter of _ & _ Harris, Sa__t, she was born Sept 18, 1825/8, and died Aug. 19, 18_2 [Very worn stone, hard to read. Looks like it may be a daughter ? & ? Harris]
vi. Harris, Catherine, daughter of Joseph & Rachel Harris, __, born June?1798, died May 1817, aged 18 years 11mo.
vii. Weaver, Rebecca, wife of A. Weaver, died Aug. 15, 1840, aged 66 yrs.
viii. Unknown, burial [too weathered to read except few random words]
ix. Harris, Joseph, son of Joseph & Rachel Harris, died Nov. 25th 1831, aged 27 years 8 mo. [ nicely carved sandstone, unusual symbol used for the "&"]
x. Rohrer, Frederick, died May 18, 1832: aged 48 yars. [note spelling of years]
xi. Cox, Matilda, daughter of John & Anna Cox, died Aug. 3, 1833, aged 13 years & 24 days [note unusual form of symbol & ]
xii. Smith, Mary, wife of Philip Smith, died __[upper fragment of headstone]
xiii. Unknown, _, 35 ys 14 d. [possible lower fragment of memorial for Mary Cox]
xiv. [McClelland], Mary, _ of her_ , McClelland, departed this life July 1_ 1830, aged 18 years 5mo & 14 days [very difficult to read, note the backwards 4 in 14]
xv. Unknown, burial [only fragments of inscription readable]
xvi. Smith, James Harrington, 1780 - 1860; Martha Davis Smith, 1784 - 1828; Margaret Honey Smith, 1780 - 1863
xvii. Smith, Sarah Ann, 1836 - 1911
xviii. Davis, Rachel, dau. of Azariah & Elsie Davis, wife of Uzziel Stevens, died Dec. 16 1882, aged 87y 11m 15d [additional verse at bottom]
xix. Wise, Rebecca, daughter of Abraham & Mary Wise, died Jun 28th 1843, aged 10 years 8mo & 25 days
xx. Cox, Hiram, born Green Co., Pa. Oct. 25, 1802, Came to Ohio 1831, died May 27, 1831, aged 78yrs 7mo 2d; Also 2 infants, one died Jan. 8, 1838; The other died Feb. 15, 1851
xxi. Cox, John, died __, ___4 [very worn, most not readable]
Row 5
i. McLain, William C., son of Henry & Sarah Mclain, died June 15, 1851, aged 5mo
ii. Smith, Elizabeth, daughter of Philip & Mary Smith, died Sept. 2, 1833, aged 2 years 5mo & _d
iii. Hays, In memory of _, _of _ & _ Hays, who died Aug. 7, 1829, aged 6 years & 16days
iv. Hays, In memory of Sa__, __ of James Hays, who died Aug. 31, 1829. aged 15 years 10 mo & 19 days
v. Hays, Sarah Bell, 1783 - 1829; James, 1772 - 1843, From Greene Co., PA 1813
vi. Hays, James, died Jan. 22, 1843: Aged 70 years 3mo. & 29 days
vii. Bell, Carey, son of Benjamin & Elizabeth Bell, died March 11, 1826, aged 20Ys 6Ms 20Ds
viii. Harrod, Sarah daughter of Michael & Agnes Harrod: died June 6, 1833
This is the end of my transcriptions in ordered rows, the remainder are random readings alphabetized to assist you in searching, until I can return and transcribe more. rms~
Overview of memorials located on the right of the walkway, towards Owl Creek Church Road.
Arrington, J.L., 1837 - 1918; Lucinda, his wife, 1844 - 1918; their sons: C. Rufus. 1876 - 1887; Calvin, 1870 1879
Arrington, Charles C., Co. A, 37th BN. VA CAV CSA [37th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, Confederate States Army, Civil War Veteran]
Arrington, Alia A., wife of W.J. Arrington, born Aug. 30, 1843, died Feb. 11, 1883
Arrington, James T., 1871 - 1896
Beckholt, Budd C., 1884 - 1909; Fred H., 1888 - 1909
Beckholt, John, 1852 - 1940; Harriet A., 1861 - 1940
Beckholt, Glenn W., Feb. 18, 1911 - June 24, 1988; Anna L., Oct. 31, 1914 - Mar. 1, 2003; married Feb. 14, 1942 [Glenn WWII Veteran]
Beckholt, Glenn W., Sgt. US Army, World War II [military marker]
Beckholt, Pressley J., Ohio, Pvt. 158 Depot Brigade, World War I, Jan. 7, 1896 - Feb. 3, 1952
Bell, Etta, 1868 - 1948; William E., 1864 - 1945
Bell, Benjamin, born May 17, 1813, died March 12, 1897 aged 84y 9m 25d; Mary Woodruff, wife of Benjamin Bell, born Aug. 19, 1923, died July 5, 1895, age 71yr 10mo 16da
Bell, John, son of Benjamin & Mary Bell, born April 8, 1844, died May 29, 1871
Bell, Edward V., 1861 - 1926
Bell, Bennie R., 1896 - 1966
Bell, Jacob, died Oct. 15, 1874, aged 67 years; Rachel, wife of Jacob Bell, died Feb. 6, 1876, aged 65 years
Bell, David P., 1892; Belle N., 1947
Bell, Infant Son of Jacob & Rachel, died Nov. 18, 1829, aged 2ds
Bell, Rhoda, Dau. of Jacob & Rachel Bell, died Feb. 19, 1835, aged 2y 2m 19d
Bell, Harriet N., Dau. of Jacob & Rachel Bell, died Jan. 30, 1843, aged 8m
Brown, In memory of Clarissa Almira, daughter of Jonathan & Mary Brown; who departed this life Jan. 19, 1834, aged 4 years 10 mo & 28 days
Buckingham, George H., 1816 - 1844; Elizabeth C., his wife, 1821 - 1885
Buckingham, Anna M., 1842 - 1921
Buckingham, Campbell C., 1840 - 1909
Butler, Rosa E., 1879 - 1917; John Al., 1874 - 1958; and Daughters
Campbell, James, Mar. 14, 1818 - Mar. 21, 1884; Eliza A., Jan. 18, 1823 - Jan. 12, 1916
Cannon, Bernard W., June 4, 1916 - June 18, 1985; Dorothea A., July 30, 1919 - Jan. 21, 1999 /strong>
Cannon, Bernard W., Pfc US Army, WWII [military marker]
Clutter, Samuel, 1827 - 1908, father; Anneliza, 1836 - 1905, mother
Clutter, W. O., 1863 - 1906
Clutter, Jay R., 1884 - 1934
Clutter, Mary M., 1863 - 1946; William J., 1860 - 1919
Clutter, Tillie E., 1876 - 1956, Mother; Charles A., 1870 - 1963, Father [possible WWI Veteran, veteran marker]
Clutter, Bunn F., Apr. 3, 1896 - Apr. 20, 1979; Berniece A., Dec. 5, 1900 - Jan. 29, 1974
Clutter, Samuel Randolph, died July 15, 1881, aged 39y 2m 18d
Clutter, Randolph [He was a member of the Squirrel Hunters, 1861- 1865. This was a group of thousands of Minute Men, serving governor David Todd, from all over the state that took an oath, at moments notice to come to the need, to protect our borders from invasion of enemies of the Union,]
Clutter, Cinderella, 1847 - 1934; Harry, 1870 - 1898 [probable wife and son of Samuel Randolph Clutter]
Cox, Hiram, 1802 - 1851; Ruth M., 1816 - 1894
Crawford, Sarah, wife of Jennings Crawford, died July 2, 1845, aged 39yrs 9ms
Dillon, Lewis M., 1946 - 1954
Ewart, Eliza, March 29, 1816 - April 25, 1898; Robert, Dec. 25, 1799 - July 20, 1863
Forsythe, William M., 1855 - 1928; JamesL., 1852 - 1882; Mary F., 1819 - 1908; James S., 1817 - 1898l Thomas A., 1850 - 1935
Gurney, Mabel L., 1889 - 1976; George E., 1863 - 1945
Hamilton, John, 1848 - 1853; Craig, 1851 - 1851; William M., 1854- 1941
Hamilton, William, 1822 - 1908; Elizabeth, his wife, 1817 - 1910
Harney, William P., Dec. 26, 1908 - Aug. 31, 1936, Our Darling
Henry, Clifford, 1849 - 1878
Henry, Mary E., wife of Clifford Henry, died Nov. 7, 1876, aged 24y 3m
Henry, Allbirtus, son of C & M.E. Henry, aged 1m 19d [no death date]
Houbler, Catharine, wife of Wm. Houbler, died Aug. 20, 1876, aged 51y 9m 14d
Hunter, Erma P., 1916 - 1967; Harold R., 1920 - 2003 [WWII Veteran medal]
Hunter, Harold R., M. Sgt US Army Air Forces, WWII, Mar. 20, 1920 - Sep 18, 2003 [military marker attached to back of headstone]
Jennings, Mary Jane, daughter of Jothane & Elizabeth Jennings, died Oct. 1, 1850, aged 22 yrs 10ms 17ds
Lafever, Isaac, died July 6, 1874, aged 60y 2m & 18days; Susan, wife of I. Lafever, died Sept. 2, 1864, aged 50y 4m & 12days
Larason, Silvester, died Feb. 21, 1851, aged 72yrs 9m 2days [last number very hard to read, appears to be an upside down 7]
Larason, Elizabeth, wife of S. larason, died Mar. 31, 1849, aged 64Ys. 4Mo. & 3 Days
Latham, W.H., 1839 - 191_; Elnora Bonell, his wife, _ - _ [very worn, hard to read, Woodsman of America style memorial, probable Civil War Veteran]
Latham, Anthony, his father, 1818 - 1892; their daughter [I'm assuming the dau. of W.H. Latham] Mattie, 1872 - 1893; Baby alta, dau. of Mattie, 1893 - 1893 [possible that mother and daughter died of birth complictions][This entry, found on lower part of previous memorial]
Letts, Mary, dau. of Caleb & H. Letts, died Sep. 30, 1872, aged 21y 10m 21d
Letts, Calvin, son of Caleb & Maria Letts, died Aug. 15, 1856, aged 19yrs 8ms & 11ds
Letts, Emeline, dau. of Caleb & Maria Letts, died Oct. 27, 1850, aged 4y _m
Letts, Caleb, died Jan. 9, 1864, aged 56yrs 10 mo. 20ds
Letts, Mary, wife of Caleb Letts, died Mar. 6, 1868, aged 59 yrs 7mo
Letts, Nehemiah, Oct. 5, 1763 - Sept. 3, 1822, American Revolutionary War Minute Man; Rhoda Ann Reed, his wife, 1771 - 1835
Letts, In memory of David, son of John & Mary Letts, who died March 18, 1833, aged 3 years & 3 mo.
Letts, In memory of an Infant Son of John & Mary Letts who died June 2, 1832
Mantonya, Ella, wife of L.B. Mantonya, born April 18, 1851, died July 15, 1879; thy memory we cherish, Daisy & Lucius
Mantonya, Daisy, only child of Lucius B. & Ella Mantonya, died July 31st 1880, age 5 years 4 months 9 days
Mattox, Harriet E., dau. of W. & A.R. Mattox, born June 18, 1863, died Oct. 4, 1884; John M., son of W & A.R. Mattox, born Aug. 13, 1865, died Oct. 13, 1865, aged 2 mos.
Mattox, Wm., 1837 - 1917
Mattox, G. B., 1867 - 1918
Mattox, Ammy R., wife of Wm. Mattox, born June 9, 1840, died May 24, 1882, 42y 11m 15d
McCullough, Benjamin W., 1826 - 1905; Margaret R., 1827 - 1917
McManis, Isaiah, A member of Co. K, 112th Reg. O.V. I., died Nov. 17, 1867, aged 35y 1m 17d [Civil War Veteran]
McManis, Susannah, wife of Isaiah McManis, died May 21, 1888, aged 57y 9m 12d
McMillen, Theodore, 1877 - 1933; Edith E., 1882 - 1978
McMillen, Nellie M., 1918 - 1991
McMillen, Oliver E., 1879 - 1951 [possible WWI Veteran]
Nichols, Walter H., 1880 - 19_; Gracie M., 1885 - 1957
Nichols, James V., Ohio, Pfc Army Air Forces, WWII, Dec. 5, 1908 - June 3, 1956
Parrish, Charlotte, 1867 - 1945; Frank, 1889 - 1904, son
Parrish, Clyde Lorenzo, US Army, World War I, Aug. 8, 1895 - Jun 4, 1977
Robinette, George C., 1911 - 1975; Mildred E., 1905 - 1986
Sellers, Jacob, born March 2, 1816, died May 12, 1894; Cynthia G., 1837 - 1930
Seymour, James, Sep. 4, 1890, aged 71y 3m 22d
Seymour, Mary A., wife of J. Seymour, died June 4, 1899, aged 75y 7m 17d
Shaffner, John, died Mar. 3, 1877, aged 87y 6m 16d [has GAR military marker. Post 21 GarOhio]
Shaffner, Catharine, wife of Geo. Shaffner, died Sep. 15, 1857, aged 28 yrs5ms & 6ds [located next to John Shaffner memorial]
Silliman, James C., Ohio, Tec 5, 1883, SVC Comd Unit, WWII, Aug. 14, 1922 - May 8, 1964 [military marker World War II Veteran]
Stewart, George H., 1892 - 1920, Co. B, 347th Inf. [World War I Veteran]
Stevens, Mary, 1851 - 1928; Juliaett, 1853 - 1917; Benjamin, 1841 - 1841; Dorothy Ann, 1842 - 1842; Malinda, 1844 - 1846
Stinson, Mary, wife of Joseph Stinson, died June 21, 1870, in her 76th year
Stulce, Rev. S.A., 1867 - 1934; Katie G., 1867 - 1918
VanVoorhis, Mae, 1895 - 1976; Cary, 1894 - 1963; Gerald, 1918 - 1919
VanVoorhis, Gerald, son of Cary & Mae, Jan. 28, 1918 - Sept. 25, 1919
Veatch, Thankful, wife of Peter Veach, died Mar. 5, 1857, aged 69yrs 2mos & 8ds
Veatch, Peter, died Sep. 25, 1853, aged 66y. 11m. 25d.
Webb, Richard H., 1910 - 1992; Marguerite, 1917 - 2002
Webb, Richard Homer, Cpl. US Army, WWII, Jan. 18, 1910 - Dec. 9, 1992 [military marker]
West, Margaret, wife of Alex C. West, 1816 - 1868
West, Maria, wife of T. West, died Feb. 8, 1859, aged 28ys 2mo 20ds
West, Thos, died at __ Tenn., __, _,_ 1863, aged _, 3ms _ds [probable Civil War casuality, very difficult to read this weathered stone]
Overview, View of entrance and right side of walkway

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