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Evans Cemetery


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Newton Twp.
Licking 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~

This was my first visit to this cemetery and found it to be nicely mowed. I believe this cemetery is cared for by the Newton Township Trustees. The cemetery is quite large encompassing several acres on a hillside not far from the Village of St. Louisville, Oh. This cemetery is east of Mt. Vernon Rd. (SR13), turn east on Loches Rd. (CR202) at St. Louisville, turn right (south) on Horns Hill Rd. (CR203). Cemetery is located on east (left) side, not far past the first bend in road. It contains many very old and difficult to read sandstone memorials. Some stones are toppled and others are so weathered that unfortunately, they can no longer be read. The earliest readable date I found inscribed thus far was 1816, and it's possible that even earlier burials were made. The cemetery is still in use to this date. I first traveled here to try to locate a burial for an individual that wrote a request for information concerning Samuel Shank, who died 31 March, 1911. Unfortunately my first & second visit did not yield a marker with his name, it's possible that no marker has been placed for this individual. The transcriptions and photos are random and only a sampling of a very large cemetery. They are not placed in ordered rows at this time. For ease of searching, I have submitted these partial readings in alphabetical order. * indicates source of extra data, "The Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly", extractions made from 1894 to 1912 from earlier data. Robert~

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Allbaugh, William I., son of Solomon & Alice Allbaugh, died Mar. 5, 1848 [17y 8m 11d]
Allbaugh, Zach, Cont'l Troops, Rev. War [*Earlier reports from 1912, mention that Zach was born in VA, Oct. 31, 1758. His family moved to Maryland, which is the state he enlisted, Frederick Co. MD, March 1, 1775, as a private in Capt. Daniel Shaler's Company, Maj. Philip Smith's Regt. He served 2 years 8 months. He was of German descent. Cemetery sexton W.B. Jones is responsible for placing the bronze marker at his grave.]
Allbaugh, Susan, dau. of J. & M. Allbaugh, died Aug. 25, 18_, aged 1y & _
Allbaugh, Elmyra, dau. of J. & M. Allbaugh, died Oct. 27, 1863, aged 7m 27d
Allbaugh, Infant dau. of J. & M. Allbaugh, died July 18, 1861, aged 1y & 6m
Allbaugh, John S., Nov. 12, 1862 - Jan. 30, 1908; Mary M., Dec. 11, 1863 - May 22, 1902; Rex W., Apr. 2, 1897 - Mar. 7, 1920
Arrington, Grace, 1897 - 1981
Barcus, Mary Ellen, 1884 - 1950
Beeny, Infant son, of Richard & Rebeca Beeny, died July 24, 1845
Beeny, In memory of Lovina S., daughter of Richard & Rebecca Beeny, died Nov. 17, 1845, aged 2ys 10mo. & 8 days
Benner, John, died Jan. 28, 1857, aged 70yrs & 6mo
Berger, David W., Jan 5, 1864 - June 5, 1904; Irene V., his wife, Aug. 2, 1868 - June 27, 1945
Berger, Grace Lillian, 1906 - 1999; Charles David, 1904 - 1947; married June 19, 1933
Bevard, Arthur A., 1914 - 1980, Father
Bevard, M. Jane, 1913 - 1971, Mother
Borcer, Cora J., 1887 - 1972, Mother
Bullock, Alice M., 1885 - 1980; Lawrence W., 1892 - 1965
Bullock, Carl W., Ohio, TEC5, US Army, WWII, Aug. 16, 1914 - May 23, 1973
Bullock, Henry, born Jan. 14, 1813, died Apr. 28, 1896
Bullock, Pansy, 1890 - 1932; Clinton, 1893 - 1902; Mary J., 1865 - 1897; George, 1840 - 1920
Bullock, Rebecca, wife of Henry Bullock, born Jan. 27, 1812, died July 25, 1889
Bullock, Wilber L., TEC5 US Army, WWII, Dec. 19, 1919 - Oct. 18, 1985
Burgett, Oma V. Horton, 1879 - 1961 [next to Horton memorials]
Campbell, Alice M., 1904 - 1989; Virginia Roe, 1916 - 1992; Arthur E., 1886 - 1966
Campbell, Caleb L., died Dec. 7, 1892, aged 79y 4m 6d
Campbell, Elizabeth, died Oct. 24, 1923, aged 92y 10m
Campbell, William V., son of Caleb L. & Elizabeth Campbell, born Dec. 30, 1878, died Sept. 2, 1902
Carter, R. William, July 25, 1942 - Feb. 28, 1932; Kathryn G., Mar. 28, 1912 - _; Robert A., May 12, 1911 - July 20, 1986
Chilcote, Enzor, died Jan. 21, 1888, aged 66y 2m 29d [Masonic symbol engraved]
Chilcote, George H., born Aug. 9, 1831, died July 2, 1914
Chilcote, James Harvey, son of E. & S.A. Chilcote, died May 15, 1877, aged 23y 9m 2d
Chilcote, Maria, wife of G.H. Chilcote, born Oct. 28, 1834, died July 9, 1898 [wife of George H.Chilcote]
Chilcote, Nellie C., 1893 - 1979; Raymond W., 1889 - 1948
Chilcote, Newell J., 1900 - 1976; Harriet E., 1865 - 1948; William L., 1864 - 1937
Chilcote, Sarah A. Varner, wife of E. Chilcote, born mar. 18, 1827, died May 2, 1884
Chilcote, Virginia, 1922 - 1925; Albert, 1928- _
Coad, Charles E., Airman 1st Class, US Air Force, Korea, Nov. 22, 1930 - Sep 2, 1991
Colvin, John Matthew, Ohio, Cpl. 158 DEP BRIG, WWI, Sept. 15, 1889 - Feb. 19, 1947
Colvin, Mary O., Jan. 28, 1902 - Dec. 22, 1989
Corbett, Ella Koontz, 1866 - 1946; John, 1859 - 1946
Corbett, Mary Krepps, 1826 - 1907; Robinson M.D., 1826 - 1909
Cornwall, Anne L., 1930 - 2004; John L., 1922 - 1996; Married Oct. 26, 1946
Crum, In memory of Michael D., died Aug. 5, 1836, in the 29th yr of his age
Dayman, Emerly B., daughter of James & Lois Dayman, died Nov. 21, 1852, aged 4years 8mos
Dildine, M. Elizabeth, 1898 - 1939
Dixon, Blanche, 1886 - 1974; Edward N., 1878 - 1939
Dixon, Harold W., Ohio, Sgt. 337th Base Unit, AAF, WWII. July 12, 1906 - July 22, 1959
Dunavan, Col., Samuel, died June 22, 1816, aged 36 years [*old records indicate he was a soldier. Probable War 1812 veteran]
Dush, Ivana Harris, July 31, 1872 - Jan. 28, 1940; Elzy Follett, Nov. 22, 1863 - Oct. 17, 1937
Elliott, Edwin C., son of J.H. Elliott, died Oct. 21, 1893, aged 32years [nicely carved engraving of B & O railroad caboose, # 1734]
Evans, In memory of Elizabeth, wife of Cateb [sic]Evans, who died Jay 19, 1844, aged 34years 1mo 14d [This tombstone is getting very difficult to read] [spelling of Caleb & month, Jan. or May incorrectly inscribed]
Evans, John M., 1880 - 1911; Bertha F., 1884 - 1953; Chester Raymond, 1905 - 1905; Maldwin Gilbert, 1907 - 1907
Evans, John M., 1880 - 1911; Bertha F., 1884 - 1953; Chester Raymond, 1905 - 1905; Maldwin Gilbert, 1907 - 1907;
Evans, Susannah, wife of John Evans, died June 2, 1883, In the 79 year of her age.
Evans, Wm. D., 1839 - 1925; Amanda E. Bell, his wife, 1847 - 1939
E or F___, E or F___ns? Peter, son of Joseph & Elizabeth __?, died Dec. 1, 1832, 2_ ? [Very hard to read, book from 1912, mentions a Peter, son of Jesse & Elizabeth, but this stone doesn't contain the Jones surname, first letter of this surname starts with E, F, N shape. Surname possibly Evans?] [earlier transcriptions assigned the surname Jones to this individual, although the surname is very badly deteriorated, I do not believe it to be Jones, structure of lettering are wrong for this to be so.]
Freas, Doris M., 1910 - 1997; Maurice B., 1900 - 1965
Freas, Edna M., 1911 - 1995; Raymond S., 1907 - 1979
Freas, I. Maude, 1898 - 1987; Harry F., 1896 - 1957
Fry, Artemisia, Consort of John Fry, and daughter of Ambrose C. & Susannah Booton, died March 17, 1841, aged 29years 11months & 17days
Fry, Sarah, wife of Peter, died Jan. 8, 1849, aged 73yrs
Fry, In memory of Edgar, son of John & Artemisia Fry, born Oct. 30, 1835 [no death date]
Fry, In memory of James, son of John & Sarah Ann Fry, died December 23, 1844, aged 5m and 22 days; John Stridler [probable engraver's name]
Fry, Lovina, daught of Thos & Elizabeth Fry, died Jan. 13 [upper fragment of memorial]
Fry, Peter, died Dec. 27, 1849, aged 90yrs
Fry, In memory of Susan Jane, daughter of John & Artemisia Fry, died July 23, 1843, agd 9 years 5months & 15 days
Fry, In memory of Wm., son of John & Artemisia Fry, died Sept. 13, 1841, aged 1year 2m 16days
Haas, Agnes C., Jan. 11, 1912 - Apr. 21, 1988; Stanley I., Oct. 18, 1907 - Jan. 5, 1984; Married Nov. 8, 1930
Haas, Clara B., 1875 - 1963; John E., 1878 - 1953
Haas, Howard H., 1904 - 1969
Hagerty, Oma L. Oldaker, 1850 - 1929; Robert Marshall, 1853 - 1935
Hamilton, James E., March 22, 1857 - March 26, 1943
Hampshire, Harriet D., 1861 - 1947; Eli W., 1861 - 1951
Hampshire, John W., 1866 - 1944
Hampshire, Melissa C., wife of Eli Hampshire, died Nov. 6, 1873, aged 37y 8m 12d
Harris Family Memorial overview
Harris, Harris, Benj. Frank, 1867 - 1944; Allie La Rue, his wife, 1871 - 1920
Harris, Elias Beach, died Sep. 5, 1872, aged 42y 8m 22d
Harris, Sarah M., born Oct. 25, 1837, died Sep. 17, 1917 [Probable wife of Elias Beach Harris]
Harris, Willie, Infant son of E.B. & S.M. Harris, died Mar. 9, 1859
Haslop, Walker W., 1849 - 1921; Effie E., 1858 - 1911; Their children: Jessie J., 1882 - 1883; Willard E., 1885 - 1888; Anna B., 1887 - 1888; Clara L., 1889 - 1906
Hill, Mary C., May 20, 1938 - May 17, 1967, Wife
Horton, Allie M., 1858 - 1941
Horton, James E., 1855 - 1924
Horton, Nora Lee, Sept. 7, 1878 - Nov. 3, 1895; Lester H., Burgett (Infant), 1915
Huffman, Amanda F., 1861 - 1936 -Mother-
Huffman, Charles H., 1854 - 1932 -Father-
Hughes, Martha, daughter of William & Mary Hughes, died Jan. 28, 1865, aged _5y, 9m & 24d
Hughes, Mary, wife of William Hughes, died Mar. 3, 1886, aged 83y 1m 22d
Hughes, Sarah Sophia, died July 26, 1878, aged 32y 6m 22d
Hughes, William, died Jan. 24, 1875, aged 75y 11m 21d
Hunter, George H., Aug. 29, 1912 - Sept. 27, 1991, Father
Hunter, Minnie L., Nov. 21, 1888 - June 29, 1944; Amzie T., Sept. 7, 1886 - July 5, 1970
Hutchinson, Aura J., dau. of C.& E.A. Hutchinson, born Apr. 3, 1864, died Feb. 7, 1890
Hutchinson, Craig, 1840 - _; Emma, his wife, 1832 - 1894
J__ins, Levi, died Nov. 17, 1852, aged 45 years [surname very hard to read
Johnson, Sarah Weiss, 1840 - 1912, Mother; Frank, 1871 - 1900, Son
Jones, Mary C., 1827 - 1906; Basil, 1825 - 1911 [3 pic]
Jones, George W., born July 23, 1871, died Feb. 9, 1894, aged 22y 6m 10d
Jones, Headstone
Jones, Mary C., 1827 - 1906; Basil, 1825 - 1911 [3 pic]
Jones, Reese, died Sep 21, 1831; Æ30 yrs
Kerrigan, Zona Forgave, 1878 - 1967; William F., 1878 - 1961; John W., 1909 - 1976
Kunkel, Leo, 1866 - 1943

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