Maple Grove Cemetery
Section 5


View of entrance gate

St. Albans Twp.
Licking County

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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.).


06 August 2000 - 25 September 2002 *********************************************************************
06 Aug., 2000, Revised, through 25 Sept. 2002, 03 Aug., 2013 Robert M. Sizelove, Sr.
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To return to any of the previous sections click on the appropiate high lighted titles. "West", 1st section "South West", 2nd section "Right Center", 3rd section "Center", 4th section "North East", 6th section "Center East", 7th section "South East", 8th section

This is the "Left Center" 5th Section.

It borders just to the left of the last section (C)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).

Row 1 LC
ia. Mount, Peter D., died Jan. 17, 1897, aged 77y 8m 9d

ib. Mount, Gertrude, wife of Peter D. Mount, died Mar. 22, 1869, aged 53y 10m 12d
ic. Mount, Henry, son of P.D.& G. Mount, died Apr. 10, 1862 aged 10y 9m 10d
id. Jenkins, Mary Ann, dau. of P.D.& G. Mount, died Dec. 29, 1869, aged 25y 2m 25d
iia. Budd, Raymand Howard, 1911 - 1991
[WWII Veteran] Maj. U.S.Army, May 3, 1911 - Aug. 17, 1991 [bronze military marker]
iib. Budd, Edna Lewis, 1907 -
iiia. Roberts, Gail J., Mar. 20, 1947 -
iiib. Roberts, Richard W., Sept. 6, 1944 - Sept. 28, 1997
iva. Clark, Samuel R., died June 25, 1875, aged 81yrs
[medal for War of 1812 Veteran]
ivb. Clark, Roxana, wife of S.R.Clark, died Jan. 13, 1894, aged 88y 9m 29d
v. Bailey, Josias, died Nov. 18, 1887, aged 92y 8m 8d
vi. Bailey, Catharine, wife of Josius Bailey, died Jan. 24, 1865, aged 67y 6m & 17d -Dearest mother thou hast left us, And thy loss we deeply feel, But is God that hath be..., He can all our sorrows heal-
viia. Cottrell, Lloyd C., Aug. 30, 1939 - May 22, 1967 viib. Cottrell, Roda B., Oct. 31, 1912 - Apr. 2, 1994
viic. Cottrell, L. Carl, Oct. 3, 1908 - Oct. 23, 1970
viii. Mason, Walter, died ...
[bottom portion of memorial is buried in concrete base]
ix. mason, Catharine, wife of J.R. Mason, died Jan. 28, 1862, aged 57 years
x. Mason, _, son of _Mason, died Oct. 27, 1862 [stone broken and upper part containing given name is missing]
xi. Mason, John T., son of J.R. & C. Mason, died June 25, 1861, aged 11ys 6mo & 7d
xii. Jennie Jones
[foot stone]
xiii. Elias Jones
[foot stone]
xiv. Maria Jones
[foot stone]
xv. Libbie Jones
[foot stone]

Row 2 LC
i. P.D.M.
[foot stone for Mount family]
ii. C.M.
[foot stone for Mount family]
iii. H.M.
[foot stone for Mount family]
iv. M.A.J.
[foot stone]
v. Budd, Raymond H., MAJ USArmy WWII, May 3, 1911 - Aug 17, 1991
[this is a bronze military foot marker]
vi. Mason, B.W., Lieut. Co. D, 113th Ohio INF
[military marker with War of 1812 veteran medal]
viia. Jones, Samuel, son of Elias & Marian Jones, A member of Co. F, 135th Reg., ONG, died at Andersonville prison, Ga., Oct. 10, 1864, aged 18y 10m 3d -To save the nation he lost his life- Gone but not forgotten,
[Civil War Veteran medal w/flag]
viib. Jones, Elias, died Dec. 24, 1873, aged 61y 9m 16d -One of the best of friends is dead, And they have laid him here, Tread lightly on his hallowed bed, For death has made it dear-
viic. Jones, Mary, wife of Harvey Miller, died Jan. 14, 1877, -In her 33rd year-
viid. Jones, Maria, wife of Elias Jones, died July 7, 1867, aged 60y 2m & 22d
viie. Jones, Libbie, dau. of E & M. Jones, died May 12, 1871, aged 24y 2m 9d
viif. Jones, Jennie, dau. of E.& M. Jones, died June 21, 1871, aged 22y 9m 29d

Row 3 LC
ia. Mount, Nira, wife of Samuel Mount, died Feb. 18, 1883, aged 23y & 11m
ib. Mount, Harry, son of S.A.& N. Mount, born Feb. 14, 1883, died Mar. 7, 1883
ii. Sarbaugh, Carl Donald, 1922 - 1922
iii. Springer, Dortha
(Sarbaugh), 1912 - 1938
iv. Sarbaugh, Lois
(Grubbs), 1895 - 1945
v. Sarbaugh, F.E., 1891 - 1958
vi. Proctor, Ethelbert, Co. A, 178th Ohio INF
[military stone, Civil War Veteran medal]
vii. Proctor, Leinder, Co. B, 76th Ohio INF
[military stone, Civil War Veteran medal]
viii. Lane, Forest J., Ohio Tec 5 Engineers, WWII, Dec. 31, 1917- June 6, 1967
[military stone]
ix. Mason, Rev. Benjamin W., 1st Lieut., Co. D, 113th Reg. OVI 1836 - 1894 -Blest are the dead who die in the Lord-
x. Miller, Mary
[foot stone]
xi. Miller, Fred, 1872 - 1951

Row 4 LC
i. Kindred, John J., 1852 - 1935
ii. Kindred, Rachel A., 1857 - 1932
iii. Kindred, Gwendilyn, 1884 - 1885
iv. Miller, Norman E., 1914 -
v. unknown
[base stone with no head stone]
vi. Miller, Harry W., 1916 - 1917
vii. J.L.
[foot stone]
viii. Grandma
[foot stone]
ix. Stewart, Maggie M., wife of W.B. Stewart, died Oct. 19, 1878 aged 25y 2d
x. Stewart, Leonora A., wife of W.B. Stewart, died Sept. 1, 1861, aged 23y 11m & 15d
xi. Buxton, Rufus C., 1864 - 1929
xii. Anna
[foot stone for Buxton family]
xiii. Mother
[foot stone for Buxton family]

Row 5 LC
ia. Grubbs, Ernest A., son of F. & H. Grubbs, died Nov. 21, 1905, aged 18y 10m 10d
ib. Leach, John, died Nov. 30, 1889, aged 48y
iia. Sprinkel, Wm., Apr. 10, 1830 - June 11, 1913
iib. Sprinkel, Maranda, Dec. 18, 1836 - Jan. 11, 1913 iic. Sprinkel, Walter A., son of Wm. & Maranda Sprinkel, died Feb. 26, 1890, aged 25y 1m 23d
iiia. Rugg, Samuel, 1-5-1815 - 3-21-1901
iiib. Rugg, Anna N., 3-2-1825 - 4-26-1896
iva. Buxton, Anna Lee, wife of R.C. Buxton, died Mar. 13, 1888, aged 23y 6m 16d
ivb. Cromley, Catharine A., former wife of D. Buxton, died Feb. 6, 1902, aged 67y

Row 6 LC
i. Rollison, Alonzo J., 1892 - 1955
ii. Rollison, Margaret M., 1891 - 1945
iii. Miley, Anna, 1872 - 1898
iv. Miley, Mary
(Reese), 1843 - 1903
v. _, Leora B., 1885 - 1979
[probably dau. of F. & H. Grubb]
vi. Grubbs, Frank E., 1864 - 1948 -Father-
vii. Grubbs, Hattie
(Leach), 1866 - 1946 -Mother-
viii. Erney
[no other inscrip., possible foot stone for Ernest A. Grubbs]
ixa. Wetmore, Roxie A., wife of G.E.Wetmore, died Jan. 5, 1879, aged 42y
ixb. Holden, Jane, wife of M. Holden, died Nov. 12, 1886, aged 82years -Our mother & sister-
x. Stewart, Richard M., 1836 - 1917
xi. [unmarked plot marker]
xii. Rugg, Lena L., 1880 - 1971
xiii. -Father-
[foot stone for Rugg family]
xiv. -mother-
[foot stone for Rugg family]
xv. Rugg, Sarah E. Kate, April 31, 1861 - Dec. 16, 1930

Row 7 LC
i. Thorp, David, died Dec. 18, 1879, aged 77y 1m 7d
ii. Thorp, Susannah, wife of David Thorp, died Oct. 1, 1873, aged 74y 2m 24d
iii. Thorp, Malinda, dau. of David & Susannah Thorp, died Aug. 29, 1863, aged 23y 6m & 15d
iv. Weaver, Emma, daughter of Jesse & Sarah Weaver, born Dec. 26, 1851, died Dec. 29, 1892
v. Rogers, Elvira, wife of Wm. A. Rogers, died Sept. 19, 1866, aged 29y &7m
vi. Wise, Amy
(Rugg), 1850 - 1921
vii. Wise, Lester J., 1864 - 1917
viii. Wise, Bernard E., 1892 - 1968
ix. Rugg, Elijah, Sep. 21, 1852 - Apr. 18, 1910
x. Rugg, Loanna J., June 5, 1855 - Feb. 24, 1926
xi. W H K
[foot stone for Wm. H. King]

Row 8 LC
ia. Reese, John T., 1859 - 1931
ib. Reese, Laura A., 1871 - 1955
iia. Reese, Ellis Thomas, 1904 - 1997
[WWII Veteran w/ madal & flag]
iib. Reese, Sylvia
(Stone), 1899 - 1995
iic. Amore, Elizabeth
(Spencer), wife of William Amore, 1836 - 1914 -Mother-
iiia. Nichols, Mattie, 1867 - 1948
iiib. Nichols, Esther, 1841 - 1920
iiic. Nichols, Thomas, 1830 - 1898
iiid. Nichols, Clyde, 1888
[not sure if this is birth date, death date or both]
iiie. Nichols, Frank, 1860 - 1932
iiif. Keeran, Nina, 1906 - 1945
iiig. Nichols, Frederick, 1899 - 1906
iiih. Nichols, John, 1904 - 1905
iva. King, William H., 1856 - 1892
ivb. King, Lillie M., 1864 - 1954

Row 9 LC
ia. Thorp, Calvin, 1829 - 1862
ib. Thorp, Harriet R., 1828 - 1906
ii. Black, James Albert, 1864 - 1928
iii. Rugg-Black, Margaret Ella, 1865 - 1917

Row 10 LC
i. Mary E., 1878 - 1954
[Mears family foot stone]
ii. Cyrus G., 1855 - 1934
[Mears family foot stone]
iii. Margaret S., 1847 - 1921
[Mears family foot stone]
iv. Jennie E., 1880 - 1960
[Mears family foot stone]
v. Graves, Mabel, dau. of E. N. & M. J. Graves, died July 28, 1875, aged 8m & 18d
[small foot stone located about 3' from headstone]
vi. Graves, Flora, 1868 - 1956
vii. Graves, Mary
(Harding), 1844 - 1923
viii. Graves, Ethelbert N., 1846 - 1920
ix. Davidson, Lydia, 1857 - 1949
x. Davidson, George Jr., 1856 - 1929
xi. 139
[plot marker]
xiia. Hammond, Wm., born Sept. 23, 1849, died May 27, 1917
xiib. Hammond, Guy, son of Wm. & D.O. Hammond, died Sept. 16, 1882, aged 2m 21d
xiic. Hammond, Della O., wife of Wm. Hammond, died Sept. 11, 1882, aged 23y 8m 11d
xiii. Mowery, Harriet
(Hammond), 1861 - 1946 -Mother-
xiva. Jewell, Bennett A., 1812 - 1877
xivb. Jewell, Verlinda J., his wife, 1812 - 1888

Row 11 LC
i. Mears
[head stone]
ii. Davidson
[head stone]
iiia. Skinner, John R., Sept. 30, 1840 - Oct. 11, 1911
iiib. Skinner, Rachel A.
(Smith), his wife, Aug. 21, 1850 - May 17, 1911
iiic. Byrdsong, William J., Co. F, 13th OVI, Oct. 2, 1840 - May 1, 1908
iiid. Skinner, Nancy M., his wife, May 9, 1860 - May 25, 1908
iiie. Skinner, Jehu, May 6, 1809 - Mar. 12, 1837
iiif. [Skinner], Susannah
(Rugg), his wife, Apr. 10, 1816 - Jan. 17, 1896
iiig. Skinner, William H., May 20, 1856 - July 7, 1892
iiih. Skinner, Samuel C., Aug. 29, 1833 - Mar. 10, 1856

iv. Jewell, Henry, Corp'l, Co. O, 113th Ohio INF [ military marker found in Old Pioneer Cemetery and relocated to proper location as footstone. headstone in next row][Veteran of Civil War] Row 12 LC
i. Spencer, Herbert, 1913 - 1925
ii. Mears, Mary Lewis, 1882 - 1943
iii. Mears, Charles Manley, 1884 - 1948
iv. Mears, Lewis L., Feb. 21, 1907 - Nov. 7, 1967
[W.W.II Veteran medal & Rotary Club]
va. Scott, Pauline E.
(Pitts), Sept. 22, 1908 - Sept. 2, 1996
vb. Scott, James Hemsoth, Aug. 8, 1912 - Dec. 6, 1987
vi. Pitts, Jessie H., 1877 - 1922
vii. Pitts, Arthur W., 1878 - 1957
viiia. Graves, Timothy H., Jan. 10, 1831 - Sept. 30, 1908
viiib. Graves, Hannah
(Tillinghast), his wife, July 10, 1826 - Feb. 14, 1900
ix. Lewis, Raymond, son of D. M. & E. R. Lewis, Mar. 17, 1894 - Nov. 18, 1896
x. Ruth, Infant daughter Dec. 31, 1914
[probably dau. of Lewis family]
xi. Davidson, Sola (Rugg), 1890 - 1927
xii. Davidson, Glenn W., 1888 - 1962
xiii. Davidson, F. Elizabeth -Betty-
(Metcalf), Aug. 20, 1926 -
xiv. Davidson, George Lige, Apr. 30, 1926 -
xv. Skinner, Jasper N., died May 12, 1888, aged 29y 22d
xvia. Hammond, Daisy L., 1892 - 1952
xvib. Hammond, Raymond E., 1884 - 1951
xvii. R [plot stone]
xviiia. Jewell, Henry H., 1838 - 1885
xviiib. Jewell, Eliza C., 1846 - 1913 -Until the daybreak and the shaddows flee away-
xix. Jewell, Emma E., 1871 - 1878

Row 13 LC
i. Hester Ann, 1842 - 1910
[footstone for Davidson family]
ii. Watson, 1848 - 1924
[foot stone for Davidson family]
iii. SAC
[foot stone for Sarah A. Crymble]
iv. ABBC
[foot stone for Anna Crymble]
v. JAC
[foot stone for John Crymble]
vi. CLT
[foot stone for Charles L. Trevitt]
vii. CLS
[foot stone for Charlotte Stewart]
viii. THS
[foot stone for Thomas H. Stewart]
ixa. Patterson, Wilson, born Sept. 13, 1809, aged 82y 9m 2d
ixb. Patterson, Gehiel, born Dec. 18, 1835, died Nov. 20, 1863, aged 27y 11m 2d
ixc. Patterson, Icy, wife of W. Patterson, born Apr. 12, 1814, died Oct. 9, 1896, aged 82y 6m & 7d
xa. Conway, Paul Hugh, July 23, 1913 - Jan. 8, 1987
xb. Conway, Mildred
(Fowler), Dec. 4, 1918 - March 18, 1987
xi. Hixson, Rev. A. F. [foot stone]
xii. Valeria
[foot stone for V.F. Hixson]
xiii. Hixson, Estie, 11:3:1881 -2:6:1889
[footstone] -Some bodys Darling slumbers here-

Row 14 LC
i. Davidson
[head stone]
iia. Crymble, William J., Apr. 8, 1819 - Nov. 30, 1899
iib. Crymble, Sarah A., wife of W.J. Crymble, Dec. 29, 1825 - Mar. 3, 1893
iic. Crymble, John A., 1856 - 1923
iid. Crymble, W. H. , July 8, 1852 - Jan. 12, 1904
iie. Crymble, Arvilla W., Oct. 11, 1853 - June 24, 1926
iif. Burkham, Anna B.
(Crymble), dau. of W.J. & S.A. Crymble, Dec. 23, 1864 - Sept. 11, 1894
iiia. Stewart, Thomas H., born Oct. 8, 1830, died Feb. 1, 1894
iiib. Stewart, Charlotte L., wife of T.H. Stewart, born Oct. 10, 1825, died Oct. 16, 1894
iiic. Trevitt, Charles L., 1865 - 1918
iiid. Schenck, J.R., 1858 - 1920
iiie. Stewart, William H., 1852 - 1917
iv. Father
[foot stone for Wilson Patterson]
v. Mother
[foot stone for Icy W. Patterson]<br> vi. Conway, Paul Howard, Sept. 13, 1941 - Sept. 25, 1941
viia. Fowler, Alex, 1851 - 1944
viib. Fowler, Gertrude S., his wife, 1854 - 1919
viic. Fowler, Howard, 1886 - 1972
viid. Fowler, Zema, his wife, 1891 - 1976
viiia. Hixson, Rev. A.F., Apr. 26, 1842 - Nov. 13, 1903
viiib. Hixson, Valeria
(Handley), Aug. 27, 1858 - Feb. 17, 1935
viiic. Hixson, Esther Sarah, Nov. 3, 1881 - Feb. 6, 1889
viiid. Handley, Daniel R., June 10, 1835 - Apr. 8, 1919
[Civil War Veteran]
viiie. Handley, Esther A.
(Carpenter), his wife, Feb. 9, 1836 - Oct. 27, 1914
viiif. Handlsy, Carrie, Oct. 5, 1862 - Apr. 14, 1942

Row 15 LC
i. McDaniel, Ida Lee, 1891 - 1969
ii. Davidson, Albert W., Ohio Captain CWS, World War I, April 24, 1888 -
Nov. 2, 1960
[WWI veteran medal w/flag]
iii. Davidson, Albert W. Jr., U.S.Army WWII, July 19, 1926 - Dec. 18, 1999
iv. J.R.S.
[foot stone for J.R.Schenck]
v. W.H.S.
[foot stone for William H. Stewart]
via. Lee, Jason W., 1840 - 1928
vib. Lee, Victoria, 1848 - 1907
vii. Carrie
[foot stone for Carrie Handley]
viii. Mother
[foot stone for Esther Carpenter]
ix. Father
[foot stone for Daniel Handley]

Row 16 LC
i. Hammond, Marie K., 1919 -
[bronze marker]
iia. Beaumont, A. J., Nov. 5, 1825 - Mar. 26, 1893
iib. Beaumont, Rhoda A., wife of A.J. Beaumont, Mar. 27, 1828 - Mar. 5, 1905
iii. A.J. B.
[foot stone lying next to Beaumont stone]
iva. Stair, Henry A., -Eddie-, Sept. 4, 1889 - Mar. 26, 1983
ivb. Stair, Dalee W., Aug. 8, 1898 - July 24, 1986
v. P
[plot stone]
vi. W.P.
[foot stone for Prout family]
vii. E.P.
[foot stone for Prout family]
viii. Prout, John H., May 22, 1845 - Nov. 2, 1917
ix. Prout, Winona G., Dec.7, 1853 - Nov. 17, 1929
x. Henthorn, Ernest W., 1886 - 1949
xi. Roe
[foot stone for Roe Hildreth]
xii. G.A. Hildreth
[foot stone]
xiii. Abbie
[foot stone for Hildreth family]
xiv. Rosa C.
[foot stone for Hildreth family]
xva. Hildreth, Roe C.
xvb. Hildreth, George A., 1857 - 1941
xvc. Hildreth, Abbie, his wife, 1853 - 1928
xvd. Hildreth, Rosa C., 1890

Row 17 LC
ia. Penn, Luther J., 1847 - 1925
ib. Penn, Mary M., 1850 - 1918
ic. Penn, Fred W., 1882 - 1924
ii. Stair, Henry A., SFC U.S.Army, WWI, Sep 4, 1889 - Mar. 26, 1983
[WWI Veteran medal]
iiia. Prout, William, 1817 - 1895
iiib. Prout, Elizabeth L., 1820 - 1901
iva. Cooley, Mary A., born July 2, 1822, died Apr. 4, 1898
ivb. Cooley, Arthur, infant
ivc. Cooley, Andrew, infant
ivd. Cooley, Edelbert H., born Dec. 24, 1845, died Sept. 21, 1862
va. Cooley, Edelbert H., Pvt. Co. H, 76th OVI, Dec. 24, 1846 - Sep. 21, 1862
vb. Cooley, Loring Hosea, 1822 - 1863, Co. H, 76th OVI -To the memory of...Loring, buried in National Cemetery, Vicksburg, Miss.-
via. Henthorn, Morey C., 1854 - 1920
vib. Henthorn, Anna M., his wife, 1856 - 1925
vic. Henthorn, Francis W., 1883 - 1890
vid. Henthorn, Bessie O., 1889 - 1889

Row 18 LC
i. No. 130
[plot stone]
ii. Beaumont, A. J., 1870 - 1928
[this foot marker seems out of place]
iii. No. 130
[plot marker]
iv. Byrd, Helen P., Oct. 13, 1897 - May 22, 1986
v. Byrd, Glenn N., Sept. 14, 1896 - May 11, 1958
[WWI Veteran medal]
vi. Tatham, Ruth P., Apr. 5, 1886 - Aug. 13, 1930
vii. Cranpton, William C., Aug. 6, 1864 - July 24, 1897
viii. Watson, Eliza, wife of J. Watson, 1816 - 1869 -Removed from Wycliff Cemetery
ixa. Harter, Mary E., 1881 - 1939
ixb. Harter, Rev. Walter V., 1879 -1951
x. Hildreth, Martha
(Brown), 1832 - 1900
xi. Hildreth, Mary, 1900 - 1952
xii. Hildreth, May, 1876 - 1952
xiii. Hildreth, Pearl, 1870 - 1967

Row 19 LC
i. Parsons, Horace A., 1852 - 1937
ii. Parsons, Zillah, 1857 - 1936
iii. Thomas, Maud A., 1880 - 1933
iv. Ocie
[foot stone for Bebout family]
v. Clarence
[foot stone for Bebout family]
via. Bebout, John V., 1861 - 1936 -Father-
vib. Bebout, Florence, 1866 - 1957 -Mother-
vii. P.H.W.
[plot stone]
viii. Whitehead, Corp'l, P.H., Co. B, 113th Ohio INF
[military stone] [Civil War Veteran medal]
ix. Forsyth, Edgar Lee, Oct. 23, 1887 - Jan. 22, 1961
x. Forsyth, Mary
(Nichols), July 23, 1888 - Apr. 24, 1965
xi. Forsyth, Carrie
(Stark), 1862 - 1944
xii. Milton
[foot stone for Forsyth family]
xiii. Ella May
[foot stone for Forsyth family]

Row 20 LC
i. Parson-Thomas
[headstone, w/ surnames in reverse order on other side]
iia. Bebout, Ocie may, dau. of J.V. & Florence Bebout, born Feb. 28, 1893, died Sept. 10, 1893, aged 6m & 13d
iib. Bebout, Clarence Leon, son of J.V. & Florence Bebout, born Feb. 29, 1888, died Aug. 19, 1901, aged 13y 5m & 20d
iiia. Whitehead, Peter H., Aug. 27, 1838 - Dec. 2, 1901
iiib. Whitehead, Cordelia E., his wife, June 27, 1845 - Dec. 10, 1894
iva. Forsyth, Milton, died Dec. 6, 1919, aged 59y 6m 29d
ivb. Forsyth, Ella May, wife of Milton Forsyth, died July 12, 1893, agedd 31y 11m 2d
ivc. Williams, Cynthia C., wife of H. Williams, died Apr. 22, 1922, aged 90y 2d
ivd. Williams, Hugh, died Sep. 15, 1905, aged 75y 7m 8d {recheck last two}
Row 21 LC
ia. Parsons, Martha, wife of Luther B. Parsons, died Sept. 18, 1894, aged 31y 2m 23d
iia. Lewis, Ethel I., 1890 - 1988 -P of H Grange-
iib. Lewis, William B., 1886 - 1960
iii. No. 142
[plot stone]
iv. Leuchter, Rosemary
(Forsyth), Aug. 6, 1918 - Mar. 1, 2001
v. Mother
[foot stone for Williams family] vi. Father [foot stone for Williams family]
vii. Williams
[plot marker]
viiia. Whitehead, Laura
(Cole), 1866 - 1941
viiib. Whitehead, Howard M., 1869 - 1953

Row 22 LC
i. Father
[foot stone]
ii. Mother
[foot stone]
iii. Mount, Frank C., Sep. 17, 1866 - Feb. 20, 1943 -Father-
iv. Mount, Carrie, May 30, 1865 - June 17, 1905 -Mother-
v. Hillbrant, Charlotte
(Philbrook), 1910 -1966
vi. Philbrook, Lurah C., 1896 - 1950
viia. Philbrook, dau. Lurah C., 1896 -1950
viib. Philbrook, Emmet, father, 1861 - 1921
viic. Philbrook, Clara
(Ingraham), -mother-, 1866 - 1948
viid. Philbrook, Clel I., son, 1891 - 1895
viii. Philbrook, Clel Ingraham, Feb. 25, 1891 - Mar. 24, 1895
ix. Kiser, Frank Del, Ohio Cpl U.S.Marine Corp, WWII, Feb. 26, 1923 - Apr. 4, 1963
[WWII Veteran w/medal]
xa. Kiser, Ruth M., 1901 - 1985
xb. Kiser, E.Leon, 1900 - 1959
xc. Kiser, Edwin, May 11, 1925
[probably death date for infant]
xia. Freeman, Mattie, dau. of O. & H.C. Freeman, died Feb. 18, 1877, aged 16y 5m & 4d
xib. Freeman, Clifford, son of O. & H.C. Freeman, died Jan. 11, 1877, aged 11m & 5d
xic. Freeman, Hannah C., wife of Oren Freeman, died Oct. 21, 1877, aged 36y 4m
[*16d]
xid. Freeman, Verna, dau. of O. & H.C. Freeman, died Oct. 3, 1879, aged 13y 10m 22d
xii. Pitts, Louisa, wife of Samuel Pitts, died Aug. 11, 1874, aged 29y 8m 12d
xiii. Freeman, Solomon Jr., died Oct. 4, 1863, aged 75y 4m & 7d

Row 23 LC
ia. Johnson, Edward W., 1871 - 1967
[Mason Symbol]
ib. Johnson, Hila T., 1890 - 1993
[Eastern Star symbol]
iia. Mount, Alfred A., born Dec. 25, 1823, died May 3, 1898
iib. Mount, Mary E., wife of Alfred Mount, born Mar. 4, 1834, died Sept. 2, 1918
iii. Hillbrant, Raymond Neel, 1912 - 1994
iva. Vankirk, Elmer, died Jan. 1, 1904, aged 43y
ivb. Vankirk, Hurley, died June 22, 1906, aged 20y 2m
v. Harris
[head stone]
vi. Sweeney, Edw'd, Co. B, 76th Ohio Inf
[military stone]
vii. Harper, William, born in Herefordshire, Eng., Nov.25, 1818, died Jan. 18, 1898, aged 77y 1m 23d
viii. Harper, Elizabeth
(Delon__), wife of Wm. Harper, born in England Aug. 21, 1820, died Feb. 2, 1876 [stone very difficult to read]

Row 24 LC
ia. Mount, Freddie, July 14, 1896 - May 19, 1901
ib. Mount, Hill, Oct. 31, 1888 - July 12, 1939
ii. unknown
[broken foot stone]
iii. Gould, Phylena, 1865 - 1940 -Mother-
iv. Board, Lena
(Vankirk), 1893 - 1961
v. Harris, Jessie B., 1862 - 1933
vi. Harris, Virgil W., 1862 - 1926
vii. Peglar, Marion E., 1886 - 1960
viii. Harris, Artha A., 1860 - 1886
ix. Harris, Bessie F., 1883 - 1895

Row 25 LC
ia. Webb, Henry S., Sept. 8, 1830 - June 20, 1909
ib. Webb, Eliza J., wife of Henry Webb, June 4, 1833, Feb. 20, 1892
ii. Webb, Charlotte
(Jones), 1852 - 1882
iii. W
[plot marker]
iv. Gould, Frank, 1880 - 1928
va. Battee, Daniel J., Mar. 21, 1830 - July 7, 1898
vb. Battee, Lucy M.
(Clemons), wife of Daniel Battee, Mar. 6, 1842, Apr. 19, 1908
vc. Battee, Howard C., 1 year
vd. Battee, Estella, aged 2 years
vi. Battee, Arthur, Dec. 15, 1875 - Oct. 8, 1938
vii. Father
[foot stone for Moorhead family]
viii. Mother
[foot stone for Moorehead family]
ix. Sadie
[foot stone for Moorehead family]
x. Mamie
[foot stone for Moorehead family]
xi.
[unmarked plot marker]
Row 26 LC
ia. Cooley, Maggie D., dau. of B.H. & C.A. Cooley, died Aug. 18, 1890, aged 14y 10m 6d
ib. Cooley, Clara, wife of B.H. Colley, died Nov. 26, 1895, aged 39y 2m 25d
ic. Cooley, Roland H., 1853 - 1942
iia. Moorehead, Wesley, Oct. 10, 1830 - Aug. 31, 1909 -Children Meet me in Heaven-
iib. Moorehead, Anna Mary
(Rusler), his wife, Mar. 25, 1839 - Nov. 13, 1932
iic. Moorehead, Mamie B., Sept. 15, 1875 - June 3, 1893
iid. Sadie A., Nov. 1, 1863 - Nov. 18, 1905

Row 27 LC [This row lies even with large maple tree]
ia. Cooley, Arthur L., 1877 -
ib. Cooley, Eva L., 1883 - 1946
iia. Webb, Lester A., 1854 - 1909
iib. Webb, Phoebe, 1872 - 1902
iiia. Darkes, Nellie W., his wife, 1872 - 1951
iiib. Darkes, William, 1866 - 1942
iva. Kiser, Edwin C., 1862 - 1951
ivb. Kiser, Alice E., 1871 - 1937
va. Harmon, Archie S., May 23, 1866 - Dec. 1, 1944
vb. Harmon, Victoria B., Dec, 22, 1866 - Dec. 17, 1945
vc. Harmon, Harvey R., 1893 - 1896 -Son-
vi. Goodrich, Minnie
(Baldwin), July 5, 1893 - Dec. 17, 1965
vii. Baldwin, Jessie M., Aug. 14, 1888 - Feb. 17, 1968
viii. Baldwin, Bertha, July 5, 1893 - Oct. 8, 1937
ix. Baldwin, Linnie
(Moorehead), June 30, 1860 - Mar. 19, 1952
x. Baldwin, Luther C., June 11, 1859 - Oct. 21, 1948

This concludes the section left center, (LC). The next area which is located directly behind row 27, and is divided by the northern outside paved lane and to the south by a grassy path located behind the northeastern portion of the center drive. This back northeast area is the newest section of the cemetery, and extends to the eastern edge of paved drive. I read this area from right to left in rows from west to east. Again, for the sake of this report, I'm calling this area NE.
Revs'd 05 Aug., 2000 - 25 Nov., 2001 - 25 September, 2002, 03 Aug., 2013 Robert M. Sizelove, Sr.

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