Maple Grove Cemetery
Section 4


View of entrance gate

St. Albans Twp.
Licking County

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These tombstone transcriptions & photos have been generously donated by Robert M. Sizelove, Sr., 26 January, 2003.

This cemetery is located behind the elementary school and access is from the drive located btween the Baptist Church and Public Library, on State Route 37 (Main St.).
The most recent update to this page was made on 14 Apr., 2011.



Readings made between 06 Aug., 2000, Revised, through 14 Apr. 2011, Robert M. Sizelove, Sr.
Please Note: Click on name to view tombstone image.
This page under construction, all links may not work presently.
To return to any of the previous sections click on the appropiate high lighted titles. "West", (1st page) "South West", 2nd section "Right Center", 3rd section "Left Center", 5th section "North East", 6th section "Center East", 7th section "South East", 8th section

This is "Center" Section, 4th section

The last section was right center (RC). This section will be known as "Center" (C), this area being the very central part of the older original cemetery, having a circlular drive encompassing the entire section. I have taken most of the photos, but some just haven't been formatted and added to the page yet.
Row 1 C
i. Williams, Gwen, 1868 - 1970 -Daughter- [foot stone]
ii. Williams, Dr. Evan, 1837 - 1871 -Father- [foot stone]
iii. Williams, Harriet (Stimson), 1843 - 1939 -Mother- [foot stone]
iv. Williams, Herbert Evan, 1867 - 1937 son [foot stone]
v. Unknown [unmarked plot marker]
vi. Jackson, Carrie F., aged 2y & 2m [no mention to parents name]
viia. Revercomb, Charles D., -WWII Veteran, TEC4 U.S.Army-, May 18, 1922 - Dec. 15, 1997, [Bronze military marker attached to seperate base next to headstone, w/flag]
viib. Revercomb, Charles D., May 18, 1922 - Dec. 15, 1997; Ruth (Byrd), May 10, 1922 - __
viii. Father [Gurney foot stone]
ix. Mother [Gurnery footstone]
x. Lucy [Gurney foot stone]
xi. Heber [Gurney foot stone]
xii. Owen, Electa, 1842 -1920
xiii. Owen, Sarah Jane, wife of H.V. Owen, born Feb. 14, 1805 died Oct. 3, 1880
xiv. Owen, Dr. H.V., died in Alexandria, O., Mar. 29, 1864 of Pul_onary Consumption, aged 53yb [stone difficult to read]
xv. Owen, Daniel S., born Mar. 29, 1825, died Jan. 25. 1887
xvi. Mother [Snider foot stone]
xvii. Father [Snider foot stone]
xviiia. Drumm, Fred N., Nov. 26, 1919 -
xviiib. Drumm, Evelyn M., Sept. 23, 1923 - Aug. 17, 1978 [Evelyn wife of Fred, accompanying heartshape stone inscribed] -Forever in Our Hearts-
xix. Merrill, John P., son of J. & E. Merrill, died Oct. 16, 1863, aged 20y [Civil War Veteran marker w/flag]
xx. Neibarger, Louis J., Dec. 11, 1920 - July 20, 1990 [WWII Veteran bronze marker used as foot marker in next row (2) Sgt. U.S.Army]

Row 2 C
i. Williams, Dr. E. [Evan], died July 25, 1871, aged 33y 9m 21d This very large stone contains engrav. name at lower right corner:Townsends, Zanesville, O.]
iia. Goodwin, Margaret, 1891 - 19__
iib. Gurney, Paul P., 1842 - 1909 aged 67 years iic. Gurney, Byra E., wife of Paul P. Gurney, 1846 - 1926, aged 79y
iid. Gurney, Asa Dwight, 1870 - 1895, aged 25 years
iie. Gurney, H. Moores, 1880 - 1954, aged __
iif. Gurney, Olive (Fessler), wife, 1881 - 1945
iiia. Gurney, John, born Jan. 3, 1815, died Apr. 30, 1888
iiib. Gurney, Ruth P., born Jan. 29, 1814, died Sep. 30, 1872
iiic. Gurney, David, 1848 - 1921
iiid. Gurney, Hattie, his wife, 1862 - __
iiie. Gurney, Willis F., born Aug. 2, 1850, died July 17, 1888
iiif. Gurney, Lucy (Carlock), born Jan. 27, 1852, died Feb. 2, 1899
iiig. Gurney, Heber M., born Apr. 1, 1846, died Apr. 7, 1906
iva. Snider, Estella N., dau. of Joseph & Rebecca Snider, died Sept. 5, 1875, aged 2y 9m & 21d
ivb. Snider, William H., son of Joseph & Rebecca Snider, died 25, 1855 aged 2y 1m & 13d
ivc. Snider, Elnora, dau. of Joseph & Rebecca Snider, died Dec. 28, 1869, aged 14y & 16d
ivd. Snider, Mary Alice, wife of Wilson Butt, born Aug. 8, 1859, died Dec. 29, 1904
ive. Snider, Joseph, 1823 - 1916
ivf. Snider, Rebecca, wife of Joseph Snider, died May 28, 1889, aged 56y 4m & 19d -A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is still, A place is vacant in our home which never can be filled-
va. Warren, Adrian L., Pct. 28, 1919 - Feb. 27, 1980 [WWII Veteran, military bronze foot marker SGT U.S.Army w/flag]
vb. Warren, Dorothy M., Sept. 12, 1919 - __

Row 3 C
i. Gardner, Winifred (Williams), Oct. 9, 1842 - Jan. 9, 1920 -sister-
iia.Gorman, Fred M.[Mike], 1921 - __ [Masonic symbol & 12th Armored Div. on back side of stone]
iib. Gorman, Betty, 1920 - __
iiia. Bowman, Ralph W., 1913 - 1979 [Masonic symbol]
iiib. Bowman, Jeanne L., 1914 - 1995
iv. [plot marker]
v. Stauffer, J. Eddie,
vi. Stauffer, Billie M., Jan. 16, 1895 - Mar. 16, 1989 -Mother-
vii. Betts, Sara M., 1837 - 1913, wife of T.M. Owen
viii. Owen, Theodore, 1839 - 1913
ix. Owen, E. Darwin, born June 18, 1836, died Jan. 17, 1892
x. Owen, Celia, born Oct. 23, 1833, died Aug. 27, 1903
xi. [plot marker]
xii. [Butt], Mary Alice [foot marker for Snider-Butt family]
xiiia. Wingert, Clara R., 1894 - 1974; Karl T., 1894 - 1957
xiv. #97, [plot marker]
xv. Warren, [bronze military foot marker for Adrian L. Warren from row 2]

Row 4 C
i. Graves, Ida Mae, daughter of V.A. & L.M. Graves, died Dec.16, 1867, aged 5yr & 2m
ii. Miller, Carrie E., wife of Norris Miller & daughter of V.A. & L.M. Graves, died Sept. 13, 1871, aged 22y 2m 10d
iii. Graves, V.A., died jan. 15, 1881, aged 91y 7m 5d -The memory of the first is blessed-
iv. Graves, Louisa M., wife of V.A.Graves, died Feb. 23, 1898, aged 79y 11m 19d -Asleep in Jesus-
v. Eastman, Eunice C., dau. of E. & T.M. Eastman, died Jan. 15, 1841, aged 8m & 6d
vi. E.F. [foot stone for Eastman Family]
vii. T.M.E. [foot stone for Eastman Family]
viii - xi. Father ; Mother; Mary C.; M. Watkins[foot stones for Charles Family]

Row 5 C
ia. Eastman, Ephrain, born Mar. 5, 1803, died Nov. 17, 1877
ib. Hale, T. Matilda, wife of E.Eastman, born April 6, 1801, died Oct. 23, 1876
ic. Eastman, Eunice Clarissa, daughter of E. & T.M. Eastman, died Jan. 15, 1841, aged 8m & 6d
id. Scott, Halee, born May 15, 1859, died Sept. 22, 1892
ie. Lewis, Lizzie A., Nov. 10, 1859 - Dec. 14, 1941
if. Scott, Joseph M., born Jan. 9, 1830, died Dec. 18, 1919
ig. Eastman, Emily M., wife of J.M. Scott, born June 19, 1833, died Jan. 24, 1902 [nice 5pc. memorial aprox. 10 1/2 feet tall]
iia. Hale, Lewis, 1889 - 1977 [masonic symbol]
iib. Preston, Verne, 1891 - 1968
iic-d. Carroll, Hale Scott, 1897 - 1992; Carroll, Olive Daniels, 1894 - 1985
iiia. Oldham, Commilla R., wife of Richard D. Oldham, died Aug. 20, 1867, aged 53yrs. 7mo & 8ds
iiib. Oldham, Richard D., May 7, 1814, died Jan. 3, 1891
iiic. McLaughlin, Mary E.O., wife of Rev. S. McLaughlin, died May 17, 1875, aged 28y 11m 23d -Sweet rest in heaven- -And I heard a voice form heaven saying unto me, write blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from time forth yea saith the spirit, that they may rest from their labor and their...then..
Click here & here for close view of inscription.
iv. Charles, David, died Oct. 4, 1875, aged 60y 5m 25d; Elizabeth, died Apr. 29, 1905, aged 80y 8m 8d
ivc. Charles, Robert, June 9, 1818 - June 5, 1892
ivdef. Watkins, W. Maurice, Nov. 7, 1850 - May 11, 1917; Mary C., June 29, 1855 - Feb. 28, 1917; Rugg, Emma L., Apr. 1, 1862 - Dec. 13, 1913
ivg. Charles, Robert, died Feb. 12, 1871, aged 10y 8m 18d

Row 6 C
ia. Lane, Agnes H., 1898 - 1982; John W., 1900 - 1955
ii. Varian, Nora Groves, 1856 - 1887 -Mother-; Blagg, Anna (Varian), 1884 - 1971 -Daughter-
iii. Hale [foot stone]
iv. Scott, Lizzie A. [foot stone]
v. E.M.S. [foot stone for Emily M. Scott]; J.M.S. [foot stone for Joseph M. Scott]
vii. Carroll, Lewis E., MD, 1933 - 1984
viiiabc. Bishop, Aaron, July 28, 1852 - Mar. 12, 1910; Susanna, his wife, May 12, 1860 - Apr. 15, 1928; Infant son, Sep. 15, 1887 - Oct. 7, 1887
ix. D. Charles 98 [plot marker]
x. Robert [foot stone for Charles Family]
xi. Emma L [foot stone for Charles Family]
xii. D. Charles 98 , [plot marker]
xiii. Tharp, Jackson H., son of Amos & Minnie Tharp, died Oct. 11, 1875, aged 5m & 11d -Sleep on sweet babe, take your rest, God called thee home he thoght it best-
xiv. Tharp, Melissa, wife of Seth Tharp, Oct. 13, 1857 - Feb. 7, 1895

Row 7 C
i. Rose, Helon, born Granville Mass., Nov. 5, 1788, died Columbus, O., Dec. 27, 1874
ii. Rose, Emily Wolcott, wife of Helon Rose, born Sandersfield Mass., Mar. 22, 1788, died Alexandria, O., Feb. 28, 1865
iii. Rose, Mary, daughter of L.W. & Jane Rose, died July 11, 1846, aged 1y 5m 23d
iv. Rose, Jane, wife of L.W. Rose, died Aug. 15, 1852, aged 38yrs -Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord- [eng. B.Glaze, Newark]
v. Rose, Charlotte E. Tyler, wife of Lyman W. Rose, died Mar. 27, 1890, aged, 73y 11m 12d
vi. Rose, Lyman Wolcott, Jan. 2, 1817 - May 29, 1901, son of Helon & Emily Wolcott Rose, born in St. Albans Tp. Licking Co., Ohio, died in Columbus, Ohio
vii. Wells, Luther H., 1850 - 1935
viii. Wells, Dora, 1858 - 1950
ix. LLoyd, Clara Wells, 1887 - 1969
x. Wells, Nellie S., 1882 - 1907
xi. Merrill, Rufus H., 1146 - 1870 [Civil War Veteran metal w/flag]
xii. Merrill, Mary E., 1848 - 1925
xiii. John D. 1858 - 1927
[Loyd foot stone]
xiv. Luella 1863 - 1945
[Loyd foot stone]
xv. Piles, Katharine, wife of W.H. Piles, born Dec. 15, 1811, died Jan. 24, 1878 -Our mother thou art sleeping...
[same as below]
xvi. Piles, William H., died mar. 4, 1868, aged 53y 10m & 25d -Dearest Father, thou art sleeping, dear form we see no more, though for thee we now are weeping thou art only gone before-
xviia. Thorp, Roswell, died Jan. 30, 1881, aged 32y 10m 22d
xviib. Thorp, Elizabeth, wife of Roswell Thorp, died Feb. 6, 1876, aged, 74y 10m 4d
xviii. Woolard, Viva M., 1897 - 1963

Row 8  C
i.
Byrd, Donald M., Aug. 25, 1925 - Mar. 21, 2001 [WWII Veteran medal w/flag, brother of Ruth (Byrd) Revercomb];
Marjorie W., Dec. 17, 1925 - June 3, 1999
iia. Rose, Henry D., of Co.B, 76th Reg. OVI, aged 20 years -Who was instantly killed by lightning Feb. 15, 1863 in Louisana, while in camp opposite Vicksburg- [Civil War Veteran medal w/flag]
iib. French
, Capt. Ira P., of Co. B. 76th Reg. OVI, aged 24yrs., -Who fell mortally wounded Nov. 27, 1863 while storming the heights held by the enemy near Ringgold, Georgia-
Overview of Rose-French Memorial
iiia. Wells, Luther Henry, Aug. 16, 1850 - July 22, 1935
iiib. Wells, Dora Close, Dec. 1, 1858 - July 2, 1950
iiic. Wells, Nellie Silvany, Aug. 5, 1882 - May 28, 1907
iiid. Lloyd, Clara Wells, Aug. 7, 1887 - Dec. 4, 1969
iiie. Wells
, Roy Leslie, May 21, 1884 - July 2, 1966
iiif. Wells, Rebecca Porter, June 23, 1889 - Aug. 15, 1984
iva. Merrill [head stone]
ivb. McDaniel [head stone]
v. Loyd [head stone]

Row 9  C
i. Blackmore, Ann, also known as Mary B. Rose, 1857 - 1920
ii. Wells, Roy Leslie, 1884 - 1966 [large foot stone]; Porter, Rebecca, 1889 - 1984[large foot stone]
iii. McDaniel, David Z., 1820 - 1857 [foot stone]; Martha, 1827 - 1900 [foot stone]
iv. McDaniel, Martha, 1827 - 1900 [foot stone]
v. Mann, Louisa J., daug. of M. & R. Mann, died Aug. 13. 1874 aged 14y & 10m
vi. Mann, Rebecca, 1835 - 1919 -Mother-
vii. Carlock, Shadrick, born Nov. 14, 1832, died Feb. 12, 1905
viii. Carlock, Louisa Ann, 1843 - 1916
ix. Thorp, Daisy, 1876 - 1953; Stiles R., 1874 - 1959

Row 10  C
i. Bean, Charlotte P., wife of Abner Bean, died July 19, 1874, aged 80y 3m & 25d
ii. Bean, Abner, died Dec. 16, 1861, aged 72ys
iii. Boudinot Lot 75 [plot marker]
iv. Boudinot, Mary E., daughter of H...& Ph...Boudinot, died Oct. 2, 1850, aged 8y 9m 25d v. lot 75 [plot marker]
vi. Elisha
[foot stone for Boudinot Family]
vii. Mother
[foot stone for Boudinot Family]
viii.E.M.
[foot stone for Boudinot Family]
ix. Richards, Annie, daughter of H. & J. Richards, born Oct. 11, 1867, died Oct. 13, 1867
x. Richards, Josephene, wife of Harvey Richards, died Oct. 25, 1871 aged 29y 11m & 8d xi. Richards, Harvey, 1840 - 1890
xiia. Collins, James R., June 5, 1921 - Oct. 4, 1993
[WWII Veteran medal w/flag, PFC US Army bronze military marker attached to memorial]
xiib. Collins, Betty J., Sept. 2, 1922 - Nov. 24, 1999
xiii. Lane, Corp'l R.M., Co. C, 76th Ohio Inf.[Military marker with Civil War Vet flag holder]

Row 11  C
ia. Boudinot, Elisha, born June 14, 1809, died July 17, 1870 -A golden chain is broken, a loved one slumbers here-
[This is probably the tallest stone in cemetery, engr. sign. L. Williams, Columbus, Ohio]
ib. Mundy, Henrietta DeCamp, wife of Elisha Boudinot, July 16, 1817 - Jan. 22, 1896 -Sacred to the memory of Henrietta- -More than a mother to the motherless, I shall be satisfied when I awake with thy likeness-
ic. Mundy, Elizabeth, died Dec. 15, 1873, aged 84years -Rest in peace-

Row 12  C
ia. Henthorne, Cora B., 1885 - 1983
ib. Henthorne, Earl J., 1885 - 1968
ii. 61
[plot marker]
iii. 75
[plot marker]

Row 13  C
i. Father
[foot stone for Foster Family]
ii. Mother
[foot stone for Martin Family]
iii. Husband
[foot stone for Foster Tyler 1892 - 1971]
iv. Tyler, Mary E., 1893 -1987
v. L.B.T.
[foot stone for Tyler Family]
vi. Palmer, Robert, son of S. & H.H. Palmer, died Oct. 5, 1888 aged 33y 6m & 13d
vii. Palmer, Eliza B., daughter of S. & H. Palmer, died June 8, 1863, aged 20y & 3m
viii. Palmer, Harriet, wife of Samuel Palmer, born Feb. 21, 1826 died Jan. 30, 1881, aged 54y 11m & 9d
ix. Palmer, Samuel, died may 7, 1888, aged 71y 6m & 21d
x. Richards, Ephrian, born Mar. 23, 1812, died Oct. 23, 1894
xi. Richards, E. Clifford, son of Dr. S.S. & M.E. Richards, born Oct. 10, 1879, died Feb. 4, 1881
xii. Beaumont, Hettie A., dau. of Wm. & L.S. Beaumont, died Sept. 29, 1882, aged 22y 4m & 15d
xiii. Beaumont, Laura S., wife of Wm. Beaumont, born Aug. 27, 1839, died Apr. 26, 18__
[* transcriptions from 1911 state 1893 for the death date, stone very difficult to read now]
xiv. Beaumont, William Sr., 1831 - 1901

Row 14  C
ia. Hazelton, Samuel, died Apr., 6, 1911, aged 79y 9m & 16d
ib. Hazelton, Clara L., wife of Samuel Hazelton, died Aug. 8, 1888, aged 38y & 1m
[orig. readings of 1911 have death date of Aug. 3, 1888]
ic. Hazelton, Clyde H., 1872 - 1940
id. Hazelton, Ona B., his wife, 1869 - 1922
iia. Tyler, Foster, born July 5, 1820, died Feb. 9, 1892
iib. Alward, Martha A., wife of Foster Tayler, born Jan. 20, 1826, died Nov. 28, 1897
iic. Osborn, Harry F., Aug. 19, 1879 - Apr. 8, 1917
iid. Osborn, Emma F., wife of Alfred D. Osborn & daughter of F. & M.A. Tyler, died Feb. 12. 1882, aged 27y 7m & 29d
iie. Osborn, Alfred D., born May 17, 1852, died Oct. 9, 1886 -Memory is immortal and we shall meet again-
iif. Tyler, Lyman B., son of F. & M.A. Tyler, died Apr. 19, 1859 , aged 2y 5m & 29d
iiia. Tyler, Cassius, 1815 - 1900
iiib. Tyler, Malinda, his wife, 1823 - 1903
iiic. Tyler, Lorin C., 1854 - 1927
iva. Richards, S.S., 1851 - 1926
ivb. Richards, Mary E., his wife, 1852 - 1944
ivc. Sayre, Laura, wife of Clarence R. Richards, 1873 - 1913
ivd. Richards, Clarence R., 1883 - 1946

Row 15 C
i. H
[plot marker]
ii. Harry [foot stone for H. Osborn]
iii. A.D.O.
[foot stone for Osborn Family]
iv.
[unmarked foot stone for Osborn Family]
v. Fluharty, Hary E., West Virginia Pvt. Inf. WWI, Apr. 24, 1896 - Nov. 9, 1960
[WWI Veteran medal w/flag]
vi. Fluharty, Sarah, 1874 - 1961
vii. Fluharty, Zack, 1871 - 1942
viii. Fluharty, Herbert H., June 22, 1916 - June 23, 1939
ix.
[plot marker]
x. Beaumont, Claude E., Ohio Pvt. 1st CL, Base HOSP31, Feb. 4, 1895 - Oct. 16, 1944
xia. Beaumont, Bessie E., 1871 - 1957
xib. Beaumont, William D., Jr., 1873 - 1922

Row 16 C
i. Father
[foot stone for Tyler Family]
ii. Mother
[foot stone for Tyler Family]
iii. Edward
[foot stone for Tyler Family]
iv. H
[plot marker]
v. Barnes, Eddie L., son of _Barnes, died Sept. 26, 184_, aged 3y 6m & 27d
[very deteriated stone, could get only partial inscrip.]
vi. Barnes, Lyman A., Aug. 8, 1888 - Aug. 26, 1910
vii. I.W.
[foot stone for Israel Wells]
viii. Father
[foot stone]
ix. Mother
[foot stone]
x. Spellman, Mariam, wife of Thomas Spellman, Sept. 24, 1875, aged 62yrs 8mo
xi. Spellman, Dea. Thomas, died Oct. 14, 1864, In his 76 yr xii. John [foot stone]
xiiia. Davis, John G., 1843 - 1898
xiiib. Davis, Laura E., 1857 - 1939
xiv. King, Lyman W., 1858 - 1921
xva. King, Jeremiah B., died Mar. 20, 1888, aged 60y 1m & 10d
xvb. King, Eliza, wife of J. B. King, died Apr. 1, 1884, aged 53y 1m & 4d

Row 17 C
ia. Tyler, Joel L., born Sept. 17, 1823, died Sept. 8, 1891
ib. Tyler, Laurinda, wife of Joel L. Tyler, born Aug. 29, 1831, died Apr. 2, 1863
ic. Tyler, Edward W., born Apr. 29, 1854, died Nov. 8, 1937
iia. Wells, Lyman I., 3rd son of I. & S. Wells, died Aug. 19, 1875, aged 20y 11d
iib. Wells, Lester S., 2nd son of I. & S. Wells, died May 1, 1872, aged 19y 4m & 2d
iic. Shufelt, William P., died Apr. 25, 1886, aged 82y 6m 22d
iid. Shufelt, Phebe H., wife of Wm. Shufelt, died Sept. 21, 1888 aged 77y 8m & 16d
iie. Williams, Annie L., daughter of I. & S. Wells, born Sept. 8, 1859, died Jan. 20, 1899
iif. Wells, Israel, died Jan. 12, 1881, aged 60y 1m 27d
iig. Shufelt, Silvany, wife of Isreal Wells, died Aug. 25, 1917, aged 85y 20d
iiia. Clark, Marian, wife of Dea. T.. Spelman, born Dec. 15, 1792, died Sep. 24, 1855
iiib. Spelman, Dea. Thomas, born 1789, died Oct. 14, 1864
iiic. Spelman, Lewis M., born Aug. 28, 1817, died Mar. 2, 1895
iiid. Spelman, Victoria E., wife of L.M. Spelman, born Jan. 29, 1826, died Aug. 11, 1893
iiie. Spelman, Harry S., born Nov. 19, 1845, died Oct. 18, 1883
iiif. Spelman, Emma V., his wife, 1849 - 1934
iiig. Forsyth, William G., May 30, 1869 - Dec. 23, 1942
iiih. Forsyth, Belle S., Sept. 17, 1870 - May 12, 1922
iv. unknown burial
[small broken fragment in base stone]
va. Davis, John G., -native of Metine Parish, Pemroke Shire, South Wales-, died Apr. 13, 1843, aged 36years
vb. Williams, Rowland J., son of John & Elizabeth Williams, died June 27, 1882, aged 27y 3m 5d -We Miss Thee-
vc. Davis, David W., son of John & Martha Davis, died Apr. 17, 1867, aged 29y & 22d
vd. Davis, John G., son of John & Martha Davis, died Oct. 15, 1898, aged 5 5y 7m & 5d

Row 18 C
i. T
[plot marker]
iia. Bailey, Mary J., wife of Josiah Bailey, died July 3, 1889, aged 69y 8m & 13d
iib. Barnes, Clara M., 1898 - 1899
iii. Sinry
[foot stone]
iv. Harry
[foot stone]
v. Emma
[foot stone]
vi. Belle
[foot stone]
vii. William
[foot stone]
viiia. McCullough, Ruth N., Apr. 16, 1921
viiib. McCullough, William E., Mar. 10, 1910 - Apr. 8, 1976
ixa. King, Martha E., 1848 - 1932 -Mother-
ixb. King, Andrew P., 1850 - 1936 -Father-

Row 19 C
i. S
[plot marker]
ii. S
[plot marker]
iii. Smith, Harry Thomas, Feb. 17, 1861 - June 14, 1942
iv. Smith, Nettie Crane, July 9, 1863 - Oct. 25, 1942
v. Smith, Nancy, wife of Thomas H. Smith, died July 13, 1865, aged 35y 18d
vi. Smith, Thomas H., died Sept. 17, 1864, aged 34y 7m & 19d
vii. Smith, John H., son of Samuel & Julia Smith, died Oct. 31, 1845, aged 5mo
viii. Smith, Benjamin, son of Samuel & Julia Smith, died Oct. 8, 1841, aged 2y 10mos
ix. Goddard, Arnelius B., died Dec. 22, 1880, aged 37y 5m 13d
x. Goddard, Allie E., 1845 -1915
xia. Goddard, Carleto B., 1877 - 1948
xib. Goddard, Myrtle B., 1885 - 1976
xiia. Shaw, George, died Mar. 29, 1883, aged 73y 8m 3d
xiib. Shaw, Minerva, 1810 - 1890
xiic. Shaw, George, 1854 - 1894
xiii. Shaw, Frank M., 1856 - 1942
xiv. Shaw, Minnie G., 1863 - 1950

Row 20 C
ia. Spelman, George, died Dec. 15, 1855, aged 40y
ib. Spelman, -Our Ella-, died Nov. 24, 1865, aged 18y
ic. Spelman, Jane L., wife of George Spelman, died Apr. 29, 1844, aged 21yrs
iia. Buxton, David, died July 12, 1879, aged 79y 9m & 6d
iib. Buxton, R.B., killed instantly by lightning in camp near Vicksburg, Feb. 15, 1863, aged 25y
[Civil War Veteran]
iiia. Stark, Lemuel Barlow, July 1, 1823 - Jan 18, 1943
iiib. Stark, Rachel Amelia, his wife, July 12, 1834-Jan 12, 1921
iiic. Stark, Rose, 1872 - 1951
iiid. Stark, May, 1868 - 1952
iva. Smith, Samuel C., July 20, 1835 - May 9, 1910
ivb. Thornberry, Lucy A., his wife
[Samuel Smith], Jan.31, 1837 - Nov. 7, 1924
v. G.B.G.
[foot stone]
vi. C.G.G.
[foot stone]
vii. Father
[foot stone for Shaw Family]

Row 21 C
ia. Wilson, Israel W., 1840 -1923 Co. F. 95th OVI
[Civil War Veteran medal w/flag]
ib. Wilson, Mary E., 1842 - 1924
iia. Tharp, Maggie E., 1861 - 19_
iib. Tharp, Virgile, 1868 - 1949
iii. Buxton, Ralph, son of Chas. & Kate Buxton, died Feb. 9, 1876 - aged 3y 25d
iva. Glenn, Harland L., 1903 - 1957
ivb. Glenn, Kucy L., 1904 - 1996
v. S [plot marker]
vi. S [plot marker]
viia. Smith, Samuel, died Feb. 23, 1877, aged 78y 11m 27d -Father-
viib. Smith, Julia, wife of Samuel Smith, died Mar. 6, 1880, died 78y 8m 22d
viiia. Goddard, S.G., died Feb. 20, 1889, aged 71y 1m 19d
viiib. Goddard, Cornelia B., wife of S.G.Goddard, died Dec. 24, 1889, aged 60y 6m 11d
viiic. Goddard, Mary A., Infant dau. of S.G. & C.B. Goodard, born Aug. 28, 1840, aged 11months
ixa. Williams, Lona B., 1882 - 1966
ixb. Williams, Lester, 1888 - 1941
x. Harrison, Rollin P., died Oct. 19, 1907
xi. Harrison, Victoria, died Nov. 28, 1926

Row 22
ia. Carpenter, Elnathan, born Oct. 10, 1824, died Oct. 14, 1895
ib. Carpenter, Narcissa, his wife, 1834 - 1921
ii. Cornell, Mercy, wife of S. Carpenter, died. Apr. 4, 1869, aged 80y 10m 4d
iii. Carpenter, Rev. Samuel, died Aug. 12, 1861, aged 78y 6m 28d
[Civil War Veteran medal w/flag, possibly missplaced, given the age & date at death]
iv. Skinner, Mahala, wife of L.E. Skinner, died June 27, 1864, aged 48y 5m 26d
v. Follett, Dwight, of Co. D, 13th Mo.V.I., died Jan. 3, 1862, in Military Hospital, St. Louis, Mo., aged 22y 4m
[or 6m] 21d [probably Civil War Veteran, but no medal or flag]
via. Clark, Naomi B., 1891 - 1956
vib. Clark, MNarcus T., 1881 - 1958
vii. Sade
[foot stone]
viii. Mother
[foot stone]
ix. Father
[foot stone]
x. Adda
[foot stone]

Row 23 C
ia. Brown, Dr. Kenneth R., 1955 - 1996
ib. Brown, Col. Ralph O., 1923 - __, Airforce
ic. Brown, Velma R., 1927 - __
iia. Lowry, Francis E., May 21, 1921 - Jan. 4, 2000
iib. Lowry, Betty I., Aug. 22, 1922 - Apr. 22, 1992
iiia. Rusler, Elizabeth K., born Sep. 14, 1820, died July 4, 1891, -Mother-
iiib. Rusler, John, born Nov. 8, 1816, died Aug. 7, 1893 -Father-
iiic. Miller, M.F., born Oct. 10, 1844 - _
iiid. Miller, Sarah, wife of M.F. Miller, born July 15, 1844, died Sep. 26, 1890
iiie. Rusler, Nina May, 1865 - 1959
iiif. Smith, Olive Rusler, Oct. 12, 1888 - Feb. 6, 1941
[probably wife of Fred Guy Smith]
iiig. Rusler, William A., 1859 - 1937
iiih. Smith, Fred Guy, July 7, 1884 - Apr. 27, 1968
iiihh. Rusler, Adda F., born Dec. 3, 1856, died Dec. 2, 1904

Row 24 C
i. George
[foot stone for Hubbard Family]
ii. Sarah
[foot stone]
iii. William
[foot stone]
iv. Henry
[foot stone]
v. Ella
[foot stone]
vi. Garver, Chester A., 1896 - 1954
[masonic symbol]
vii. Weiant, Ona, dau. of E.T. & M. Weiant, died Oct. 28, 1873, aged 18 days
viiia. Mentzer, G. Clyde, 1874 - 1948
viiib. Mentzer, Estella M., 1882 - 1946
ix. Lyman, Naomi J., dau. of F.R. & M.E. Lyman, died Apr. 20, 1881, aged 6y 9m & 6d
xa. Smith, Fred G., 1884 - 1968
xb. Smith, Olive M., 1888 - 1941
xia. Rusler, Nina May, 1865 - 1959
xib. Rusler, William A., 1859 - 1937

Row 25 C
ia. Hubbard, Harry E., 1874 - 1937
ib. Moore, Sarah, his wife, 1881 - 19_
ic. Hubbard, William H., 1884 - 1963
id. Thornton, Jarvey J., 1904 - 1948
ie. Hubbard, Frances R., his wife, 1911 - 1948
if. Hubbard, Sarah, wife of Henry Hubbard, born June 12, 1843, died Nov. 3, 1886
ig. Hubbard, George, son of Henry & Sarah, born Aug. 21, 1881
ih. Gardner, Ella, wife of Henry Hubbard, born Sep. 21, 1855, died July 31, 1923
ihh. Hubbard, Henry, born May 26, 1844, died Apr. 2, 1929

Row 26 C
i. Hubbard, Harry Earl, 1874 - 1937
ii. Hubbard, Sarah Moore, 1881 - 1975
iiia. Hornby, Aunt Rachel, died Nov. 6, 1871, aged 63years
iiib. Hornby, William, died mar. 9, 1896, aged 77y 12d
iiic. Dales, Margaret, wife of Wm. Hornby, died Mar. 21, 18_, aged 75years
[difficult to read, old readings set death date at 1888] {need to recheck surname old book states it to be Hornly}}}}
iiid. Hornby, Ellen, dau. of Wm. & M.D. Hornby, born June 20, 1853, died may 30, 1876
This concludes my readings of Maple Grove Cemetery, "Center" section (section 4).
The next section (Left Center)section borders just to the left of "Center", section runs along the back inside corner of main drive (northwest) and borders the inside of this lane (north) next to the Old Pioneer section, read in rows right to left (south to north) and front to back (west to east).(I'm using a upper case letters for location so that there's no confusion due to the similarity of the number (1) and the lower case alpha letter (l).
Revs'd 05 Aug., 2000 - 25 Nov., 2001 - 25 September, 2002 Robert M. Sizelove, Sr.

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