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Robert M. Sizelove, Sr., May 23, 2002
|This cemetery is located off SR 37 from Alexandria, Ohio, on Northridge Road, CR 21, between Sportsman Club Road and Dutch Lane Rd., Range 14 of Liberty Township, Licking Co., Ohio. This cemetery is located next to the road, although there is no parking facility on roadway, there is a grassy driveway into the cemetery yard at the north end. Therefore, one could park on the north end of cemetery lawn, as there are no burials in this area. The cemetery entrance has a slight grade, but the cemetery itself is relatively level. It is nicely mowed and cared for by Liberty Township Trustees. Oddly enough, I found no one buried here with the surname Hancock. The 1866 Atlas of Locking Co., Liberty Twp. showed A. Hancock owning land across road from this cemetery. Mathias Stockberger was shown as owner of this plot of land on the Atlas of 1866. As with all cemeteries that I've transcribed, every effort was made to carefully examine and read each memorial stone. I make no warranty to being 100% accurate. Use this information as a research tool, don't substitute it, but rather include this with good state and county document research. As is true of most cemeteries, some of the memorial stones are, unfortunately, weathered beyond complete transcription. All information written in standard text was read directly from stones. Information contained within brackets[ ] will be additional comments, observations, and /or my personal knowledge, which are not transcribed from the memorial stone. Any descriptive comments or data contained in brackets with a * symbol will signify information given to me by Mr. & Mrs. Lee Riffe. My objective as always is to help insure these ancestral loved ones will not be forgotten. Wish to thank Township Trustee Larry Riffe and his wife, for their support and kind cooperation and that of the township employees. Also the kindness and sharing of older cemetery documents by Larry's parents, Lee and Dorothy Riffe. My only use of previous data is to supplement information no longer existing or where memorial stone information is no longer readable. I am responsible for all information contained in this report, unless specific notation of another source is mentioned. All use of the [*] symbol indicates information taken from the older cemetery readings done in 1960's. Name of researcher not included with previous report. This enumeration completed on 27 June, 1999 - 2007 © by Robert M. Sizelove, Sr.|
i. DUMBAULD, Mary, died 1941, Peter, died 1910
i. plot stone marker
i. DUKE, Angie M., daughter of N.W. & P.J. Duke, Sept. 25, 1873, aged 1y., 7m., 21d [very hard to read], Infant son of N. W. & P.J. Duke [ no dates, this inscription is on opposite side of same stone]
i. plot marker stone
i. BARBER, "Little Joe", son of F. & F. Barber, May 29, 1898- June 2, 1900
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