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Morris Chapel Cemetery

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Morris 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 13 May, 2012.
This township owned cemetery is located in a nicely cared for, wooden fenced area, behind a very beautifully landscaped, Morris Chapel Church, on (TR 399) Hyatt Rd., north west of Develbliss Rd. This cemetery is about 4.5 miles north of Mount Vernon, Ohio. My readings for this cemetery start behind the home at the south east corner. I have read the inscriptions in rows south to north. Headstones are expressed by lower case roman numerals. Each side has been given a different number, readings taken from different sides of same memorial are noted.
The most recent update made on 27 May, 2012.
Coord: 40.4570061 40 27' 25.2" N
-82.4726631 82 28' 21.6" W

Please Note: Click on underlined name to view tombstone image.
Row 1
i. McConnell, Infant Daut. of T.J. & E.D. McConnell, died Jan. 14, 1870
ii. Jefferies, John C., died Apr. 5, 1883, aged 22y 11m 9d
iii. McMullen, Thomas, died Aug. 15, 1856, aged 77yrs
iv. Hoffmine, Rachel Maria, daughter of John & Sarah Hoffmine, died Jan. 31, 1849, aged 3 years 5m & 20 days
v. S, [plot stone]
vi. S, [plot stone]
vii. Wilson, Infant Son of J.P. & ruth Wilson, died Dec. 15, 1861
viii. Alexander, Samantha, wife of Jos. Alexander, died Oct. 22, 1875, aged 32y 3m 11d
ix. Stofer, Infants, sons Joseph & Margaret Stofer, died Jan. 21, 1871
x. Cocanower, Joseph, Dec. 20, 1834 - July 20, 1874
xi. Unk, [unmarked plot stone]
xii. Jordan, Gloria Joan, 1932 - 1985
xiii. Jordan, Henry, 1904 - 1984; Mariam, 1905 - 1994
Overview Row 1,
Row 2
i. Cooper, Wm., 1805 - 1864; Elizabeth, 1812 - 1852; Susie, 1842 - 1851
ii. Beers, Flora A., dau. of G. & L.M. Beers, died July 25, 1862, 6ys 1mo 12d
iii. Unknown, Charles P. [broken fragment]
iv. Unknown, [burial stone not readable]
v. Beers, Samuel, died Jan. 12, 1851, aged 44 yrs 6mos 28ds
vi. Snow, Mary G., daughter of Thomas & Ellen Snow, died June 3rd 1844, aged 2 years 4m 21d [verse]
vii. Snow, Oliver B., son of Thomas & Ellen B. Snow, died Oct. 21, 1846, aged 11 years & 29 d [verse below data]
viii. Unknown, [fragment, not readable]
ix. Snowden, Ben - Lou, They taught "Dixie" to Dan Emmett
x. Gessling, Augustus H., born in Briscminti_on Prussia, July 12, 1825, died Jan. 6, 1875, aged 49 y's 5m's & 25 d's
xi. Kime, Jacob W., died May 25, 1873, aged 82years
xii. Kime, Sarah wife of J.W. Kime, died July 27, 1881, aged 83 years
Overview Row 2,
Row 3
i. Braddock, Levi S., 1844 - 1928; Lizzie J., wife of L.S. Braddock, died June 5, 1884, aged 35y 6m 24d
ii. Braddock, Emma J., wife of L.S. Braddock, died Nov. 18, 1925, aged 64y 2m 18d [on opposite side of previous headstone]
iii. Braddock, infant dau., died Feb. 13, 1868 [on different side of previous stone]
iv. Braddock, Lizzie [footstone]
v. Braddock, Emma [footstone]
vi. Braddock, Levi [footstone]
Row 4
i. Bartlett, Ella N., 1871 - 1951; Tim D., 1869 - 1950
ii. Wise, Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Wise, died Sept. 15, 1849, aged 60 years 11mo & 6ds
iii. Smith, Sinthea, wife of George F. Smith, died Ap'l 10, 1849, aged 33years
iv. Irwin, Geo., died Nov. 30, 1857, in the 82 yr
v. McGugen, Martha J., died Dec. 18, 1851, aged 20y
vi. McGugen, Rosannah, died Feb. 23, 1854, aged 22yrs
vii. McGugen, George, A member of the 20th Regt., Company I, O.V. M., died June 5, 1862, aged 20yrs 6mos & 18ds
viii. Unknown, Elmo_ [weathered, not readable]
ix. Hipsley, Nancy, died June 11, 1870
x. McGugin, Wesley, died Nov. 21, 1885, aged 60y 8m 9d [Civil War Veteran flag holder, Post 21, GAR, Dept. Ohio]
xi. McGugin, Anna, 1823 - 1919
xii. Muntis, John, died Aug. 5, 1864, aged Seventy Years
xiii. Muntis, Susan, wife of John Muntis, died Sep. 13, 1857, 52yrs
xiv. McGugin, James, died March 22, 1868, aged 41yrs _m 2ds
xv. Bartlett, Rosetta M., 1854 - 1918
xvi. Bartlett, John, died Feb. 6, 1892, aged 47y 5m 6d
xvii. Bartlett, Anna, wife of John Bartlett, died Feb. 14, 1872, aged 22yrs 1mo 24d's
xviii. Bartlett, Amanda L., 1862 - 1939; Orlie J., 1869 - 1937
xix. McGugin, Ora Elthier, dau. of C.W. & L. E. McGugin, died Sept. 28, 1875, aged 1y 11m 5d
xx. Bartlett, Ellen, his wife, 1846 - 1908; Geo., 1840 - 1917 [woodsmen of America memorial overview]
xxi. Bartlett, Children of: [given names inscribed on ends (next 2 entries)
xxii. Bartlett, Denny [no dates]
xxiii. Bartlett, Georgia [no dates]
xxiv. Macers, Infant dau. of P. & E. J. Macers, died Dec. 3, 1875
Row 5
i. Smith, Dr. Chas. died Jan. 6, 1879, aged 82y 3m 4d
ii. Smith, Mary, wife of Dr. C. Smith, died May 28, 1880, aged 76y 6m 2d [other side of same headstone for Dr. Smith]
iii. Bassett, Thomas D., son of John & Lydia Bassett, died Sept. 14, 1849, aged 1 or 4 years _month
iv. Bartlett, Benton, son of E. P. & Luvenia Bartlett, died Sep. 30, 1870, aged 6 wks
v. Bartlett, Tomie, son of E.P. & Lovenia Bartlett, died June 16, 1868, aged 4 m's
vii. Bartlett, Charles W.D., son of E.P. & Luvenia Bartlett, died Dec. 1, 1874, aged 8y 2m 16d
viii. Bartlett, Ephraim P., 1812 - 1896, Father
ix. Bartlett, Lucinda, wife of E.P. Bartlett, died Aug. 14, 1850, aged 33y 11m 26d
x. Johnston, Mary, wife of Peter Johnston, died March 23, 1849, aged 64 yrs 10mo & 21ds
xi. Unknown, [unmarked footstone]
xii. Unknown, [unmarked footstone]
xiii. _i_te, in memory of Elanor, wife of John _i_te, died Dec. 14, 1844, aged 62 y _m [very weathered sandstone memorial, not easily read]
xiv. Thompson, Infant Dau. of Robt. & Sarah Thompson, died Jan. 1842
xv. Sharp, David _., son of D. W. & M. Sharp, died _. 29, 1853, _ 1mo. 18d's [very worn]
xvi. _, George W., son of _ & M.[too worn to glean much data. Probable Sharp family member]
xvii. Sharp, Mary, wife of D.W. Sharp, died Mar. 28, 1859, aged _ _ys 5m 18ds
xviii. Sharp, David W., died May 4, 1876, aged 68y 3m 8d
xix. Sharp, Margaret, wife of D.W. Sharp, 1832 - 1908
xx. Coe, Fannie E., 1865 - 1923
xxi. Coe, Charles S., 1854 - 1925
xxii. Rush, W.D., died Sep. 6, 1860, aged 45y 7m 19ds
xxiii. Rush, James, died June 4, 1864, aged 48ys 6mo 27ds
xxiv. Nixon, Jesse, died July 30, 1883, aged 72yrs.
xxv. Nixon, Mary, wife of Jesse Nixon, died Mar. 7, 1872, aged 53y 6m 29d [on other side of previous stone]
xxvi. Nixon, James, son of J. & M. Nixon, died Dec. 25, 1871, aged 20y 6m 19d; Hannah J. Nixon, died Aug. 22, 1882, aged 37y 4m 7d
xxvii. J. N., [footstone for Nixon family member]
xxviii. _. N., [footstone for Nixon family member]
xxix. Sharp, Delia Ollie, Dau. of C.R. & M.E. Sharp, died Nov. 21, 1872, aged 10days
xxx. Sharp, Infant son of C.R. & M. E. Sharp [no dates]
xxxi. Sharp, Infant son of C.R. & M. E. Sharp [no dates]
xxxii. Johnson, Isaac N., 1814 - 1877
Row 5, [overview]
Row 6
i. Rush, Winifred, 1871 - 1955
ii. Rush, William, 1831 - 1919, Co. I, 20th Regt., 17th corp, O.V.I.; Abi Irwin, 1837 - 1914 [William, Civil War Veteran Ohio post 21, GAR flag holder]
iii. Rush, Job, died June 26, 1870, aged 70 years
iv. Rush, Anna, wife of Job Rush, died Apr. 4, 1857, aged 44y 9m 2d
v. Rush, Benjamin, died Mar. 15, 1849, aged 78years 6mo
vi. Rush, _, died July 25, 1858, aged _ [very hard to read this weathered marble stone]
vii. Rush, Margaret, wife of Benj. Rush, died Oct. 10, 1858, aged 84yrs 10 m. & 29d
viii. footstones, [random footstones near old tree]
ix. Leonard, Lucinda, wife of John Leonard, died Oct. 26, 1865, aged 47y 3m 23d
x. Leonard, John, died Oct. 28, 1893, aged 79y 7m 5d
xi. Leonard, Infant dau. of J. & H. N. Leonard, died June 17, 1881
xii. Leonard, T.L., June 11, 1852 - Sep. 8, 1908
xiii. Unknown, burial [headstone broken off at turf line, missing]
xiv. Woodruff, in memory of Amos O., died Oct. 18th 1841, aged 25 years 7mo's & 4 ds
xv. Studer, John, died June 7, 1851, aged 52ys 7ms 20ds
xvi. Studer, Fanny Forsythe, wife of Jno. Studer, died Nov. 24, 1885, aged 87y 9m 7d
xvii. Lewis, Catharine Studer, wife of Geo. Lewis, died Feb. 18, 1890, aged 51y 15d
xviii. Thatcher, Thomas T., died Apr. 22, 1892, aged 66y 1m 8d
xix. Thatcher, Mary Studer, wife of Thomas Thatcher, 1828 - 1910 [on opposite side of previous stone]
xx. Braddock, Joshua, born May 1, 1818, died Dec. 5, 1874
xxi. Braddock, Margaret, born July 25, 1819, died Feb. 24, 1895 [on other side of previous stone]
xxii. Arthur, Infant Dau. of J.C. & P.E. Arthur, died June 15, 1879
xxiii. Vaughn, John J., died May 8, 1877, aged 65y
xxiv. #25, [plot stone, marking end of row]
Row 6, [overview]
Row 7
i. Merrin, Andrew B., died Dec. 16, 1876, aged 50y 9m 7d
ii. Merrin, Margaret L., 1828 - 1911 [on opposite side of previous stone]
iii. Lorin, Job, died Nov. 2, 1884, aged 26y 7m 7d
iv. Merrin, Jacob, died Oct. 12, 1884, aged 16y 1m 2d
v. Merrin, Geo. W., died Feb. 26, 1869, aged 35y 3m 16d
vi. Merrin, Lina, dau. of G.W. & L. Merrin, died Nov. 18, 1865, 7ms
vii. Merrin, Lodema, wife of G.W. Merrin, died April 1, 1885, 46y 6m 6d
viii. Merrin, John, died Jan. 24, 1849, aged 5oy 2m & 11d
ix. Irwin, Sarah, wife of John Merrin & second wife of Isaac Irwin, died May 26, 1859, aged 55yrs
x. Dice, Infant sons of Philip & Sarah Dice, died Dec. 20, 1840, & May 17, 1844
xi. Dice, Mary J., Dau. of Philip & Sarah Dice, died Apri 6, 1847, aged 1mo 4d
xii. Dice, Sarah, wife of Philip Dice, died July 1, 1867, aged _
xiii. Dice, Charlie, son of J. & M. L. Dice, died Oct. 2, 1863, 4y 3m 13d
xiv. Woodruff, Mary E., dau of A. & E. A. Woodruff, died Feb. 2, 1854, aged 5y 21d
xv. Woodruff, In memory of Josep_ [very deteriorated stone, not much left to read. Stone most commonly used before 1850]
xvi. Woodruff, Stephen C., died _ 1857, aged _ [very worn marble headstone]
xvii. Woodruff, Hannah, wife of Stephen C. Woodruff, died Oct. 8, 1870, aged 79y 7d, Our Mother
xviii. Irvine, John D., son of R.L. & L. J. Irvine, died Feb. 24, 1861, aged 10 days
xix. Irvine, Minnie, dau. of R. L. & L. J. Irvine, died Sep. 7, 1862, aged 7m & 27d
xx. Irvine, Robert L., 1839 - 1902; Lovina Nixon, his wife, 1837 - 1925
xxi. Lorre, John, died Oct. 29, 1883, aged 86y 6m 8d
xxii. Lorre, Sarah, wife of John Lorre, died Feb. 20, 1885, aged 82y 4m 24d [on the other side of previous headstone]
xxiii. Lorre, Agnes, 1850 - 1928, Mother; Logan, 1844 - 1925, Father
xxiv. Carr, Lewis S., died Jan. 29, 1863, aged 46ys 3ms 5ds
xxv. Silcox, John, died Dec. 24, 1891, aged 68 yr
Row 8
i. Rush, John I., 1818 - 1904; Anne Loveridge, his wife, 1822 - 1904
ii. Rush, Peter, died March 13, 1860, aged 79y 7m 3d
iii. Rush, Clarissa, wife of Peter Rush, died _, 16, 1848[fragment]
iv. Young, John A., son of Eli & Emeline Young, died Nov. 12, 1859, aged 10y & 4m
v. Huffman, John W., son of Lewis & Sarah Huffman, died August 10, 1847, aged 4 months & 26 days
vi. Young, William D., son of Eli & Emilia Young, died Aug. 12, 1844, aged 10mo 28ds
vii. Young, Hannah, wife of David Young, died Oct. 30, 1854, aged 91 yrs 6mo
viii. Young, Emelie, born Apr. 4, 1806, died Feb. 10, 1897 [not certain about birth year]
ix. Nixon, Daniel, died June 14, 1877, aged 71y 10m 4d
x. Nixon, Nancy, wife of D. Nixon, died Sept. 16, 1882, aged 70y 6m 6d [on other side of Daniel Nixon stone]
xi. Nixon, Sarah E., daut. of D. & N. Nixon, died July 13, 1850, aged 7 mo 10d
xii. Nixon, John S., son of D. & N. Nixon, died Dec. 17, 1849, aged 1y 24d
xiii. Nixon, Oscar E., 1860 - 1923; Louise Craig, his wife, 1869 - 1958
xiv. Lester, Gwendolyn N., 1909 - 1968
xv. Nixon, Ida E., daut of _ & _ Nixon, died Sep. 6, 1860, aged 1y 11m & 21d
xvi. Nixon, Oliver, 1835 - 1869; Amanda, 1839 - 1916; Ida, 1858 - 1860
xvii. Nixon, Jesse P., 1832 - 1899; Clara, 1843 - 1921; Mary E., 1847 - 1924
xviii. Sharp, Nathan, born July 19, 1837, died Nov. 27, 1889, aged 52y 4m 8d
xxix. Sharp, Fanney Studer, wife of Nathan Sharp, born Dec. 19, 1836, died June 30, 1899, aged 62y 6m 11d [ on other side of previous stone]
xxx. Sharp, Ida M.; John R.; George E.; Warner T.; Charley E.; Morris T.; Martha E. & Arthur, Children of N. & F. Sharp
xxxi. Sharp, infant son of N. & F. Sharp, died Oct. 16, 1876, aged 5m 21d
xxxii. Sharp, Dau. of N. & F. sharp, died Feb. 3, 1891, aged 16y 11m 19d
xxxiii. Gleeson, Sarah, Apr. 19, 1849 - Feb. 25, 1890; Mary, Dec. 20, 1851 - Sept. 9, 1887 [probable children of Jeremiah & Lydia]
xxxiv. Gleeson, Jeremiah, Dec. 27, 1793 - Apr. 23, 1904 [GAR marker]; Lydia, his wife, Mar. 25, 1817 - Mar. 7, 1887
xxxv. Baughman, Thadius M., son of T.M. & H.A. Baughman, died Aug. 8, 1876, aged 2 yrs 2m
Row 8, [overview]
Row 9
i. Rush, Clyde, 1860 - 1930; Della, 1866 - 1949
ii. Lahman, George, died Aug. 10, 1895, aged 87y 8m 19d
iii. Lahman, Hannah, wife of George Lahman, died Apr. 3, 1878, aged 67y 8m & 16d
iv. Lahman, Infants. Son & dau. of Geo & Eliza Lahman, died Jan. 22, 1892
Row 9, [overview]
Row 10
i. Brumbaugh, Mary, died Nov. 26, 1893, aged 77yr 9mo 3ds; Daniel, died Apr. 24, 1879, aged 65yr 8mo 10ds
ii. Wolfe, Samuel, born in Cumberland Co., Pa, April 1, 1810, died Jan. 17, 1887, aged 76y 9m 16d
iii. Wolfe, Sidney, wife of Samuel Wolfe, born in Cumberland Co., Pa. Sep. 16, 1810, died Sep. 29, 1879, [remainder not readable]
iv. Irwin, Sarah, wife of Geo. Irwin, Jr., died Feb. 7, 1881, aged 67 years
v. Irwin, Curtis F., died Nov. 9, 1879, aged 30 years [Civil War Veteran flag holder]
vi. Horn, W.H., 1838 - _; Laurana, 1840 - 1907
vii. Horn, Anna J., 1861 - 1875 [ same headstone as previous entry]
viii. Irvine, John, born Jan. 13, 1804, died Aug. 30, 1889, aged 85y 6m 17d
ix. Irvine, Mary, born Oct. 23, 1808, died Apr. 30, 1888, aged 79y 6m 7d [same headstone as previous entry]
x. Irvine, Father & Mother, born in Tempo Ireland [on third side of previous stone]
xi. Irvine, George E., 1867 - 1949
xii. Merrin, Oakley, 1861 - 1938; Edith, 1863 - 1949
xiii. Edwards, H.P., died Aug. 23, 1891, aged 76y 4m 5d [Civil War Veteran]
xiv. Edwards, Charles W., Ohio, Pvt. Co. B, 34th Engineers, WWI, November 16, 1889 - December 20, 1952
xv. Edwards, Harvey M., son of W. & M. Edwards, died Mar. 28, 1893, aged 20y 8m 23d
xvi. Tish, Harriet, wife of James Tish, died Jan. 22, 1886, aged 32y 11m 28d
Row 10, [overview]
Row 11
i. Beougher, Kathelene, April 12, 1940 - May 26, 2004; George, June 25, 1937 - July 30, 2009
ii. McKee, Alexander, 1849 - 1932 [Civil War Veteran]; Mary E., his wife, 1846 - 1900
iii. Lahmon, Lewis, born May 22, 1837, died Aug. 12, 1888
iv. 65, [plot marker]
v. Landis, Corp. Thomas, Co. M, 23 US Infantry, Sep. 13, 1868 - Aug. 24, 1901; Edward N., Co. C, 19th US Infantry, Dec. 31, 1877 - Feb. 12, 1901 [veteran flag holder for Spanish American War] Click here (alt photo)
vi. Trulinger, Mary, wife of James Trulinger, died Nov. 19, 1882, aged 82y 1m 8d
vii. Loree, Martnea E., wife of G.N. Loree, died Sep. 22, 1882, aged 21y 3m 9d
viii. Unknown, Patricia Ann, 1928 [no surname]
ix. Conkling, John, 1913 - 1942
Row 11 & 12, [overview]
Row 12
i. Loree, John R., Husband; Edith E., wife [no dates]
ii. Scheaffer, John F., 1864 - 1946; Rosa E., 1869 - 1948
iii. Dunivant, Mae S. 1898 - 1966, creamation
iv. Bennear, Frances S., Apr. 23, 1912 - Mar. 13, 1991
v. Pilkington, Irene Braddock, Sept. 27, 1898 - July 4, 1983
vi. Pilkington, Jack A., 1894 - 1960; Irene B., 1898 - 1983
vii. Pilkington, Jay Ansel, Ohio, GM3, USNRF, WWI, Oct. 20, 1894 - May 7, 1960
viii. Leonard, Elias, Sept. 17, 1842 - Aug. 16, 1926; Jennie , his wife, July 17, 1843 - June 18, 1911
ix. Harris, William H., 1851 - 1923; Harriet Stofer, his wife, 1850 - 19_
x. Davis, Frank B., 1885 - 1956, Father; Ethel M., 1892 - 1944, Mother
xi. Johnson, Leilani L., May 27, 1957 - Oct. 23, 2000
xii. Davis, Dale W., Aug. 14, 1929 - Oct. 9, 1993
xiii. Davis, Delores Ann, Jan. 22, 1936 - Oct. 10, 1996
xiv. Davis, Donald W., 1926 - 1996, husband; Mildred E., 1925 - 2010, wife; married June 3, 1944
xv. Unknown, [plot marker]
xvi. Davis, Miriam L., Apr. 19, 1918 - Oct. 11, 1998; Ellis F., Feb. 19, 1919 - Dec. 15, 1985
xvii. Davis, Richard Duane, May 20, 1954 - May 25, 1954
Row 12, [overview]
Row 13
i. Griggs, Ruth Chamberlain, 1901 - 1985; Edwin Neil, 1900 - 1983
ii. Daubenspeck, Johnathan Roy, March 29, 1988 - September 29, 2007
iii. Hall, Arlene L., Sept. 3, 1940 - Oct. 3, 2000; Richard R., Aug. 8, 1937 - _
iv. Hayes, Debra K. Hall, May 19, 1959 - Feb. 12, 2006
v. Goff, Jeremy Daniel, Aug. 21, - Sept. 4, 1979
vi. Goff, Joshua Andrew, Aug. 21, 1979
vii. Rhodes, William K. (Skip), 1911 - 1996; M. Rebecca, 1915 - _
viii. Hildreth, Eslie D. (Jim), 1908 - 1992; Marjorie G., 1913 - 2000
ix. Victory, W. Eleanor, 1923 - 1963
Row 13, [overview]
Row 14
i. Allen, Rachel A., 1898 - 1992
ii. Fowler, Harold R., Dec. 24, 1937 -_
iii. Fowler, Richard L., Sept. 9, 1941 - _
iv. Fowler, Lena V., Feb. 25, 1917 - July 18, 1995; Floyd W., Oct. 17, 1907 - Sept. 25, 2000; married Nov. 25, 1936
v. Bartlett, Marie C., 1926 - 2009; Dan E., 1924 - 2006
vi. Bartlett, Larry Jr., Jan. 16, 1917 - _; Anna E., Oct. 19, 1917 - _
vii. Bartlett, Violet A., April 26, 1894 - June 13, 1977; Larry D., July 16, 1894 - May 19, 1981
Row 14, [overview]
This concludes all memorials found and transcribed.

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