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Maple Grove Cemetery
Section 3


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 between the Baptist Church and Public Library, on State Route 37 (Main St.).


06 August 2000 - 25 September 2002 *********************************************************************
The most recent update to this page was made on 13 Feb., 2012. 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 section, "South West" 2nd section, "Center" 4th section, "Left Center" 5th section, "North East" 6th section, "Center East" 7th section, "South East" 8th section

This section is an older portion, lying just north along the entry lane. My readings for this section will start at the southwest corner along the entry lane and just north of the first lane leading to the east. I will call this section Right Center, or RC, this is located just right of a Center section which I will read after this section is complete. I will read this section eastward until I reach the inward edge of the inner section or circle and rows from right to left or south to north. There will be a Left section, which will be read to the back edge of the inner circle. All stones beyond these rows, eastward, will be named East section. At the conclusion of my reading of this cemetery, I'll try to draw a map to help one locate each area mentioned above.
Photo by R.M Sizelove, Sr.

This is "Right Center" Section, 3rd section

Row 1 RC
ia. BELKNAP, Foris, died Apr. 29, 1875, aged 88y 8m 14d
ib. BELKNAP, Sarah, wife of Foris Belknap, died Dec. 23, 1872, aged 79y 6m 13d - Father & Mother
ii. BELKNAP, Eli S., 22nd Ohio L.A. [military stone]
iii. Orilla M., 1860 - 1918 [foot stone for O.M. Hammond]
iv. Elgarvia H., 1832 - 1926 [foot stone for E.H. Hammond]
v. Joshua Jr., 1820 - 1896 [foot stone for J. Jr. Hammond]
vi. Dorothea H., 1783 - 1865 [foot stone for D.H. Hammond]
vii. Joshua Sr., 1776 - 1867 [foot stone for J. Sr. Hammond]
viii. H [plot marker]
ix. CARLOCK, Lydia J., wife of W.B. Carlock, born May 7, 1812, died Feb. 6, 1899 - At Rest - [very difficult stone to read, broken]
ix. CARLOCK, Washington B., died April 21, 1875, aged 66y 11m 13d -Father- [Civil War Veteran medal w/flag]
x. Martha [foot stone for M. Thornberry]
xi. Father [foot stone for E. Thornberry]
xii. Mother [foot stone for H. Thornberry]
xiii. Diana [foot stone for D. Thornberry]

Row 2 RC
i. HAMMOND [headstone for Hammond family in row 1 & 3]
iia. THORNBERRY, Elijah, died Dec. 10, 1871, aged 70y 1m 16d -Dear father we miss thee-
iib. THORNBERRY, Martha H., July 14, 1844 - Sept. 10, 1897
iic. THORNBERRY, Diana O., Mar.21, 1847 - Jan. 1, 1928
iid. THORNBERRY, Hetty, wife of Elijah, died July 11, 1872, aged 70y 1m 5d [third side of this oblisque style stone, inscr. Mother & Father]
iiia. SNIDER, Frederic, died Nov. 10, 1872, aged 86yrs. 3mo
iiib. SNIDER, Mary E.,(MAINE) dau. of F. & A. Snider, Mar. 10, 1827 - Oct. 1, 1905
iiic. SNIDER, Ann, wife of F.Snider, died Dec. 12, 1863, aged 71yrs. 8mo & 12ds
iva. BROWN, Eugene E., Nov. 24, 1930 - Sept. 21, 1995
ivb. BROWN, Edith L., July 27, 1928 - Jan. 2, 2001
va. WILLIAMS, Dr. David, died May 23, 1902, aged 58yrs 5mos & 6ds
vb. WILLIAMS, Anna, wife of Dr. D. Williams, died April 19th 1888, aged 42 yrs 7mo 5ds
vc. WILLIAMS, Gwen, born May 18, 1808, died June 2, 1882 -Mother-
vd. WILLIAMS, Wm.T., born Mar. 15, 1807, died June 11, 1858
ve. WILLIAMS, Elizabeth, born Dec. 23, 1839, died Sept. 16, 1859
vf. WILLIAMS, William T., born Jan. 27, 1833, died June 16, 1897
vg. WILLIAMS, Margaret, born Mar. 10, 1836, died Apr. 25, 1852
vh. Williams, Mary Nichols, born May 1, 1875, died Jan. 2, 1903
vi. Williams, Margaret, wife of ?. Williams, born Jan. 26, 1783, died May 26, 1852
vj. WILLIAMS, Frank, son of Wm.T. & Mary, born May 4, 1869, died Jan. 24, 1893

Row 3 RC
ia. SILLIN, Margaret A., 1907 - 1990
ib. SILLIN, Noah C., 1902 - 1968
ii. WHITE, Bertha, (Yarnell), Aug. 16, 1914 - Aug.20, 1966
iii. HAMMOND, George B., 1864 - 1938
iv. HAMMOND, Nannie C., 1868 - 1882
v. HAMMOND, Marion, 1853 - 1857
vi. HAMMOND, Anna, 11866 - 1867
vii. H
[plot marker]
viii. HURLBOT, Corp'l Jas., Co.G, 88th Ohio Inf.
[military stonew/flag]
ix. MARANVILLE, Lena Belle, Aug. 25, 1888 - Jan. 22, 1889, aged 4mos & 28days
x. MARANVILLE, Carrie A., Dec. 4, 1866 - Aug. 14, 1936

Row 4 RC
i. RICHARDS, Jane, wife of R.H. Richards, died Apr.16, 1872, aged 25y 3m 19d
ii. RICHARDS, Jennie E., dau. of P.H. $ Jane Richards, aged 4mo & 5 ds -budded on earth to bloom in heaven-
iii. HAMMOND, Samuel, son of E.& S. Hammond, died Sept. 27, 1866, aged 4y 11m 21d
iv. HAMMOND, Edward, son of E & S. Hammond, died Mar. 10, 1885, aged 30y & 16d
v. HAMMOND, Elisha, died July 14, 1890, aged 72y 5m 28d [4 pc stone]
vi. WILLIAMS, Lewis, Co.D, 113th Ohio Inf.
[military stone w/flag]
viia. WILLIAMS, Ezekiel S., born Apr. 23, 1803, died Apr. 3, 1873 -Father-
viib. WILLIAMS, Anna, 1844 - 1922
viic. WILLIAMS, Elizabeth, born May 31, 1807, died July 24, 1885 -Mother-
viiia. MILLER, Aaron, died Apr. 25, 1882, aged 75y 9m 29d
viiib. MILLER, Susannah, wife of Aaron Miller, died Feb. 17, 1878, aged 70y 9m 27d
ixa. MILLER, Andrew, died Sept. 25, 1866, aged 32y & 14d
ixb. MILLER, Cora May, daughter of A.& S. Miller, died Dec. 12, 1866, aged 4y 2m 21days
ix. MILLER, Sarah E., 1835 - 1922
x.
[missing headstone, base only]
xi. MILLER, Sarah E., 1835 - 1922
[this stone echoes one at (ix.)]
xii. HARDING, Kate, 1873 - 1950
xiii. HARDING, Allie S., dau. of H.T. & M. Harding, died Apr. 7, 1873, aged 13yrs 4mo 27d
xiv. HARDING, Clara M. & John Q.A., daug. & son of Henry & Malinda Harding, died Aug. 24, 1859 & Aug. 27, 1859 aged...
[stone fragment missing aged data]
xva. TRITT, Johnny O., Feb. 24, 1929 -
xvb. TRITT, Margaret Ann, Apr. 12, 1928 - June 24, 1995
xvi. TRITT, Michael John, June 10, 1957 - Sept. 2, 1957
xvii. GRAVES, Frankie W., son of L.V. & A. Graves, born Sept. 14, 1864, died Mar. 7, 1865

Row 5 RC
ia. RICHARDS, Patrick H., Mar. 5, 1843 - Oct. 28, 1914
ib. RICHARDS, Phoebe E.,
(CAPELL), his wife, Jan. 18, 1857 - Dec. 22, 1913

Row 6 RC
ia. RICHARDS, Claude B., 1881 - 1951
ib. RICHARDS, Eva M., 1881 - 1951
iia. REESE, Melisa A., 1854 - 1952
iib. REESE, James F., 1854 - 1932
iii. HAMMOND, Lulu May, dau. of H. & S. Hammond, died July 27, 1874, aged 1m 2d
iva. HAMMOND, Sarah M., wife of Hiram Hammond, Dec. 18, 1879, aged 29y 2m 22d
ivb. HAMMOND, Eva Pearl, dau. of H.& S.M. Hammond, died Jan. 10, 1880, aged 3m & 23d
v. HAMMOND, Zackry, 1852 - 1930
via. HAMMOND, Roe E., 1891 - 1947 -Father-
vib. HAMMOND, Mamie O., 1893 - 1976 -Mother-
vic. ENHOLDT, M. Maxine, 1911 - 1964 -Dau-
viia. PRATT, William B., 1923 - -Devoted parents of Patty-
[WWI Vet medal w/flag]
viib. PRATT, Mildred L., 1921 - 1994 -daughter-
viiia. DAVIS, Juanita M., 1923 - 1997
viiib. DAVIS, Herbert F., 1923 - 1979
ix. MILLER, Dallas, son of A.W.& S.E. Miller, died Feb. 25, 1881 aged 1y 11m & 27days
x. HARDING, Charles C., 1868 - 1924
xi. Mother
[foot stone]
xiia. HARDING, Melinda,
(PRESTON), wife of H.T. Harding, Nov. 6, 1824 - Mar. 19, 1896
xiib. HARDING, Henry T., died June 10, 1888, aged 66y 8m
xiic. HARDING, Jane E., wife of H.T. Harding, died Oct. 11, 1854, aged 30y 5m 11d
xiii. HARDING, Lucy V., daug. of Henry & Jane Harding, Nov. 10, 1853, aged 1m 26d
xiv. Elsie 1887 - 19_
xv. BENNETT, Elbra T., 1859 - 1924
xvi. OLDHAM, Clara B., 1861 - 1936
xvii. BENNETT, Velma E., 1891 - 1891

Row 7 RC
i. PHILBROOK, Cyrus, died Dec. 11, 1872, aged 81y 4m 18d
iia. REMINGTON, Nelson, son of A.& C. Remington, Member of Co. A, 6th U.S. CAL, died at Winchester, VA, Aug. 1, 1864, aged 25 years
iib. REMINGTON, Amos, died June 6, 1881, aged 74years -Gone to Rest-
iic. REMINGTON, Clarina B.,
(CHESTER), wife of Amos Remington, born May 11, 1815, died Nov. 4, 1901
iii. REMINGTON, Geo. H., died Dec. 6, 1869, aged 25y 11m
[inscript.[ by _ Newark, O.
iv. THOMAS, Sarah J., 1878-1952
[bronze insignia, Daug. of Am. Rev.]
v. REMINGTON, Amander D., son of James & Sarah J. Remington, died Oct. 17, 1862, aged 20 years 5m & 2d
[unreadable verse below this]
vi. REMINGTON, Sarah J., wife of James Remington, died Aug. 16, 1847, aged 29yrs. 5mo & 12 ds
vii. REMINGTON, Betsey, wife of James Remington, born July 20, 1807, died Apr 1876
viii.REMINGTON, James, died Sept. 3, 1888, aged 78y 8m 10d -At Rest-
ix. LEE, Storrs, died jan. 19, 1879, aged 77y & 7d
x. LEE, Harriet, wife of Storrs Lee, died May 10, 1875, aged 64y 6m 27d
xi. JOHNSON, Martha L., wife of S.S.Johnson, died Oct. 13, 1870, aged 36y 6m & 1d -Erected by her affectionate parents Storrs & Harriet Lee-
xii. Juddie, born May 17, 1864, died June 4, 1865
[no surname]
xiii. COLGROVE, Uri, born in Sullivan N.Y., Oct. 20, 1799, died at Oslitemo, Mich. Sept. 29, 1887.
xiv.COLGROVE, Calista, wife of Uri Colgrove, died Aug. 31, 1861: aged 55y 6m 21ds
[engravers name at bottom,White & DeBow]
xv. COLGROVE, Sarah A.
(TYLER), wife of Uri Colgrove born in Essex, VT, Apr. 16, 1827, died at Alexandria, O. Aug. 19, 1901

Row 8 RC
ia. FISHER, Bernice M., Mar. 28, 1914 - July 1, 1995
ib. FISHER, Hugh W., July 29, 1911 - Aug. 8, 1989
iia. GAFFIELD, John, died Aug. 12, 1869, aged 75y 7m 26d
iib. GAFFIELD, Harriet, wife of John Gaffield, died Mar. 22, 1871, aged 72y 10m 12d -Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
[engraver sign. at botton:]Debow Bros., Granville, O.
iiia. SELBY, G. Virginia, Dec. 22, 1925-
iiib. SELBY, Rheil J., Oct. 31, 1928-
iv. [unmarked foot stone]
va. THOMPSON, George L., 1905 - 1971
vb. THOMPSON, Neva B., 1907 - 1961

Row 9 RC
ia. McClain, Sarah E., 1891 - 1983
ib. McClain, Jesse F., 1885 - 1963
iia. EMBLEN, Anabel C., 1894 - 1965
iib. EMBLEN, George E., 1891 - 1963
[WWI Veteran medal w/flag]
iiia. EMBLEN, Bonnie L., Sept. 5, 1919-
iiib. EMBLEN, Charles E., Nov. 12, 1919 - Jan. 20, 1997
[WWII Veteran medal w/flag]
iv. LOGAN, Florence R., 1860 - 1933
v. BUCY, Dora E.,
(REMINGTON), 1885 - 1942
vi. [plot marker, no markings]
viia. THOMAS, Edward C., born May 5, 1852 at RRESTIGNE, ENG., died Mar. 26, 1829 -We Miss Thee-
viib. THOMAS, Ellen R., 1847 - 1912
[nice 8 pc. memorial]
viii. SMOOTS, Mary
(THOMAS), 1875 - 1962 ix. CARSON, Charlotte, (SMOOTS), 1909 - 2001, wife of Kenneth D. Carson
x. JOHNSON, Storrs L., died May 13, 1883, aged 21y 10m 11d
[Civil War Vet]

Row 10 RC
ia. MOULTON, Selah, died Nov. 24, 1848, aged 58yrs.
ib. MOULTON, Lydia, wife of Selah Moulton, doed Dec. 3, 1869, aged 73y 9m 12d
[ She was born Lydia Finel on 21 Feb 1796 in Poultney, Rutland Co., VT and died 03 Dec 1869 in St. Albans Twp., Licking Co., OH. She was married to Selah Moulton in 1815 in Ira Twp., Rutland Co., VT. She was the daughter of Edward Finel and Anna Morgan. Want to thank Kendell Phillips for sharing this additional research concerning Lydia Moulton. Update made 13 Feb., 2012 ]
iia. BERGER, Donald E., 1920 -
iib. BERGER, Leah Anne, 1928 -
iii. S
[plot marker]
iv. SHAUB, Francis M., daughter of M. & S.Shaub, died Feb. 28, 1864, aged 1y 6m & 2d
v. SHAUB, Henry Clay, son of Martin & Esther Shaub, died Dec. 19, 1855, aged 11years 1m 8d
vi. Elim M.S.
[foot stone for Elim M. Shaub]
vii. Josie F.S.
[foot stone for Josie F. Shaub]
viii. S
[plot marker]
ix. RATHBURN, Roland P., Ohio A.S. U.S. Navy, WW I, Apr. 6, 1903 - Apr. 24, 1957
[WWI veteran madal w/flag]
x. DEVILBISS, William, died Feb. 9, 1865, aged 53y 2m & 24d xi. SOMERS, Charlotte B., 1884 - 19_
xii. SOMERS, Harry J., 1887 - 1950
[stone matches that of Charlotte, marked w/WWI Veteran medal & flag]
xiiia. MYERS, Susan, wife B. Myers, born Dec. 31, 1829, died Apr. 16, 1885
xiiib. LAWRENCE, Arthur D., son of C.W. & M.E. Lawrence, died July 12,1881, aged 4y 1m 23ds
xiiic. LAWRENCE, Melissa E., wife of C.W. Lawrence, born Apr. 20, 1856, died July 14 1878
[her death may have been related to child birth]
xiiid. MYERS, Benjamin, born June 19, 1819, died July1, 1897

Row 11 RC
ia. SHAUB, Elim M., 1853 - 1930
ib. SHAUB, his wife Josie F., 1860 1924
iia. THRALL, Emma, 1844 - 1926
iib. THRALL, Homer, 1832 - 1923
iiia. THRALL, Linus G., son of Aaron E.& Olive
(Loveland) Thrall, born in Rutland VT, May 21, 1796, died Oct. 6, 1881
iiib. THRALL, Lucy WALCOTT, wife of Linus G. Thrall and dau. of Horace and Lucy
(SMITH) Walcott, born in Washington Co., Ohio, Feb 25, 1802, died March 12, 1866
iiic. THRALL, Emily M., daughter of Linus G. & Lucy Walcott Thrall and wife of Simeon B. Wright, Feb. 1835 - Aug. 30, 1905
iiid. WALCOTT, Uriel S., son of H. & L.S. Walcott, born 1809, died Feb. 27, 1841
iiie. THRALL, Henry C., son of L.G.& L.W. Thrall, born Dec. 12. 1824, died Apr. 25, 1825
iiif. THRALL, Martha, dau. of L.G. & L.W. Thrall, born Feb. 8, 1828, died Aug. 1833
iv. YANTES, Wayne Arland, Ohio Cpl. 71st Signal Service BN Korea, Aug. 13, 1919 - Sept. 14, 1956
[military memorial, Vet. Korean War]

Row 12 RC
ia. PERRY, William R., Feb. 19, 1951
ib. PERRY, Nancy, Aug. 18, 1952 - Feb. 10, 1999 -married Sept. 17, 1971-
iia. BERGER, Glenn V., 1927 -
iib. BERGER, Thelma B., 1923 -
iic. BERGER, Harry J., 1928 - 1985
iiia. BERGER, Harry C., 1891 - 1967
iiib. BERGER, Mildred E., 1894 - 1958
iva. COULTER, Guy, 1887 - 1964
ivb. COULTER, Ethel S., 1883 - 1969 v. THRALL, Eloise, 1884 - 1953
via. YANTES, Kathryn E., 1902 - 2001
vib. YANTES, Earl W., 1900 - 1958
vii. YANTES, Wayne Arland, born Aug. 13, 1929, died Sept.14, 1956
[Korean War Veteran medal w/flag]
viii. STIFLE, Mary A.,
(MYERS) 1871 - 1953
ix. MYERS, Homer L., sep. 23, 1850 - Sep. 2, 1913

Row 13 RC
i.
Curtiss, Hebron, 1851 - 1884
ii.
CURTISS, Amanda, 1851 - 1903
iiia.
DRAKE, Lucinda, wife of Osmer Drake, died May 3, 1878, aged 58 y 3 m 5 d -Love is the house and sad the hour , Smile thy sweet smile is gone, But oh brighter home than ours In heaven is now thine own.-
iii.
DRAKE, Osmer, Jan.5, 1818, June 11, 1910
iv.
Munsell, Tho's, Co. B, 3rd Colo. CAV [military stone]
v.
B, [plot marker]
vi.
Father, [foot stone for Burnside family]
vii.
Mother, [foot stone for Burnside family]
viii.
Trevitt, Eli, died June 9, 1885, aged 87y 5m 21d [War 1812 Veteran medal w/flag]
ix.
Trevitt, Mary, wife of Eli Trevitt
x.
Trevitt, Eliza, (Robinson), sister of Eli Trevitt, died Dec. 14, 1881, aged 79 years
xi.
Trevitt, Sarah, wife of Eli Trevitt, died Jan. 14, 1846, aged 45y 10m 10d
xii.
Trevitt, Sarah wife of Eli Trevitt, died Jan. 14, 1846, aged 45y 10m & 10d [this stone is older but echoes info on previous stone]
xiii.
Sophia, [foot stone for dau. of J. & L. Waterman]
xiv.
Ovid L., [foot stone for son of T. H. & S. Graves]
xv.
Emma H., [foot stone for dau. of J. & L. Waterman]
xvi.
Mary, [foot stone for dau. of J.& L. Waterman]
xvii.
Laura P., [foot stone for J. & L. Waterman]

Row 14 RC
ia. Munsell, Wm. G., died Nov. 10, 1872, aged 53y 7m 16d
[Civil War Veteran medal w/flag]
ib. Eaton, Rhoda M., wife of Wm. G. Munsell, died Aug. 22, 1872, aged 45y 2m 13d
iia. Hazelton, John, born Oct. 28, 1796, died May 19, 1880
iib. Bates, Fanny, wife of John Hazelton, born Dec. 8, 1800, died Nov. 12, 1869
iic. French, Almira, dau. of J. & F. Hazelton, born July 3, 1828, died Nov. 14, 1877
[nice 5 piece memorial, aproximately 9 feet tall]
iiia. Burnside, Abram D., 1845 - 1929
[Civil War Veteran medal w/flag]
iiib. Laura, his wife, 1845 - 1930
iva. Kirk, Frank E., Apr. 5, 1871 - Nov. 4, 1955
ivb. Kirk, Fauna,
(Gilbert) July 25, 1880 - Mar. 10, 1963
va. Waterman, Sophia, dau. of J.& L. Waterman, wife of T.H. Graves died May 6, 1857, aged 22yrs 9mo 23ds
vb. Graves, Ovid L., son of T.H. & S. Graves, died Mar. 14, 1856 aged 3mo 15ds
vc. Waterman, Adin, died Ap. 6, 1840, aged 72yrs 4mo -our father-
vd. Waterman, Lourinda, dau. of J. & L. Waterman, wife of J. L. Tyler, died Ap. 2, 1863
ve. Waterman, Jason, died Mar. 25, 1879, aged 72y & 22d
vf.Waterman, Louisa, wife of Jason Waterman, died Feb. 8, 1889, aged 82y & 4m -The Last One-
vg. Waterman, Emma H., dau. of J. & S. Waterman, died Feb. 10, 1849 aged 9mo & 10 ds
vh. Waterman, Mary, dau. of J. & L. Waterman, died Oct. 5, 1862, aged 23yrs 5mo & 13ds
vhh. Waterman, Laura P., dau. of J. & L. Waterman, died Dec. 26, 1863, aged 27yrs 1mo 5ds

Row 15 RC
i. Drake, Caroline, May 23, 1843 - Aug. 6, 1935
iia. Drake, David, died Dec. 9, 1867, aged 93y 4m 9d
iib. Drake, Mary, wife of David Drake, died Mar. 17, 1863, aged 84y 9m 8d -They were among the first settlers of St. Albans TP. They were first buried at Drake Cemetery, descendents reinterred them here at Maple Grove Cemetery circa 1930-
iiia. Burnside, Evelyn J., 1886 - 1958
iiib. Burnside, Fred R., 1884 - 1973
iv. Waterman, Louisa
[foot stone]

Row 16 RC
i. Shaffer, Homer, Oct. 19, 1892 - Jan. 21, 1971
[Masonic symbol]
ii. Shaffer, Florence,
(Bigony), May 17, 1914 - Aug. 11, 1986 [star]
iii.
iv. Price, Nancy R., daughter of B. & M. Price, died Aug. 23, 1863 aged 12 yrs
v. [plot marker]
vi. Hazelton, Solon, 1823 - 1898, -Father-
[foot stone]
vii. Hazelton, Mary Louisa, 1827 - 1905, -Mother-
[foot stone]
viii. Hazelton, Frank, 1852 -1857, -Brother-
[foot stone] ix. Beaumont, Sanuel, son of I & E Beaumont, died Nov. 14, 186
3, aged 25y 1m 6d
x. Beaumont, Isaiah, died Feb. 22, 1864, aged 68y 5m
xi. Carpenter, Hetty, wife of Isaiah Beaumont, born Dec. 25, 1802 died of Paralisis of the heart, while teaching...Feb. 26, 1881
xii. Beaumont, Fear Alden, 1755 - 1836, A direct descendant of John Alden & wife of Isaiah Beaumont, children born: Fear 1781, Rebecca 1783, Lydia 1785, Lovice 1787, Andrew 1790, Rebecca 1794, Isaiah 1795, Lovice 1797.
[all on bronze plaque]
xiii. Beaumont, Isaiah, Connecticut, Pvt., Col Durkee's Regt., Rev. War, May 23, 1757 - July 23, 1837
[bronze plaque]
xiv. Mother
[foot stone for Gilbert family]
xv. Father
[foot stone for Gilbert family]
xvi. Gilbert, Sereno O., 1843 - 1916
xvii. Gilbert, Justina
(Smith), 1853 - 1917
xviii. Juddie
[foot stone for Judson Thomas]
xix. Katharine
[foot stone for Katharine Thomas]
xx. Mother
[foot stone for Esther Thomas]
xxi. Father
[foot stone for H. Ellis Thomas]

Row 17 RC
ia. Brown, Rosella, wife of J. Brown, died Aug. 12, 1874, aged 75 -Our Mother-
ib. Brown, Willie, died Aug. 13, 1853, aged 13
ic. Brown, Jonathan, died Apr. 3, 1861. aged 66
iia. Brown, Caroline E., wife of Joel Philbrook, born July 31, 1824, died Sept. 1, 1899
iib. Philbrook, Joel, born May 29, 1813, died May 30, 1887 -Rest in Peace-
[nice 14 ft. tall 4 piece memorial]
iic. Philbrook, William, 1867 - 1922
iid. Philbrook, Nattella, his wife, 1879 - 1975
iie. Philbrook, Joel W., infant son, 1903
iiia. Hazelton, Solon, born Nov. 26, 1823, died Sept. 28, 1898
iiib. Hazelton, Mary L., wife of Solon Hazelton, born Oct. 14, 1827, died Sept. 24, 1905
iiic. Hazelton, Frank, son of S. & M. L. Hazelton, died Mar. 27, 1857 , aged 5y 1m & 4d
iva. Carlinghouse, Esther, died Mar. 13, 1879, aged 81y 11m 13d
[engravers name at bottom: C. Daughtery, Newark, O.]
ivb. Gilbert, Franklin, died Aug. 31, 1872, aged 56y 10m 4d
ivc. Gilbert, Cynthia A., his wife, also wife of Christopher Avery, 1820- 1906
va. Thomas, H. Ellis, Mar. 31, 1829 - May 9, 1911
vb. Thomas, Esther N., wife, Oct. 4, 1831 - Mar. 18, 1923
vc. Thomas, Judson E., son of H.E. & Esther Thomas, born Sept. 16, 1862, died Jan. 13, 1882
vd. Thomas, M. Katharine, daughter of H. E. & Esther Thomas, born July 2, 1867, died Aug. 28, 1907

Row 18 RC
ia. Philbrook, Nattella, 1879 - 1975
[foot stone]
ib. William 1867 - 1923
[foot stone for Philbrook family]
ii. Joel W. 1903
[foot stone for Philbrook family]
iii. Freas, G. Raymond, Jan. 29, 1919 - Aug. 4, 1963
iv. Freas, Marjorie A., Oct. 26, 1923 - Dec 16, 1984
v. Hawkins, Wayne L., Sept. 30, 19254 - Dec. 16, 1976,
[WWII Veteran medal w/ flag]
via. Hawkins, Recie M., 1891 - 1977
vib. Hawkins, Merril M., 1893 - 1966
vii. Smith, Carrie H., 1864 - 1937 -Mother-
viii. Smith, Robert W., 1863 - 1931 -Father-
ix. Keckley, Louise,
(Smith) 1896 - 1960
x. Hazelton
[plot marker]
xia. Beaumont, Lucien B., 1840 - 1913
[Civil War Vet. w/flag]
xib. Beaumont, Sarah M., his wife, 1847 - 1941
xii. Beaumont, Daniel S., 1874 - 1926
xiii. Carlinghouse, E.,
[foot stone]
xiv. Our son
[foot stone]
xv. Gilbert, Clara Bell, 1854 - 1928
xvi. Gilbert, Orin S., 1849 - 1936
xvii. 55,
(plot marker)

Row 19 RC
ia.Vanness, Stephen I., bortn Aug. 30, 1816, died June 19, 1889
ib. Vanness, Rachel Ann, his wife, born Oct. 22, 1819, died Aug. 7, 1857
ic. Vanness, Eliza, wife of S.I. Vaness, born Feb. 10, 1822, died July 22, 1895
id. Vanness, Clara, dau. of S.I. & R.A. Vanness, born July 28, 1857, died Aug. 25, 1876
ie. Vanness, John W., son of S.I. & R.A. Vanness, died Sept. 5, 1854, aged 2y 10m
iia. Warden, Dea. Homer, died Nov. 11, 1866, aged 52y 4m 28d
iib. Warden, Susan W., wife of Dea. Homer Warden, died Oct. 23, 1887, aged 69y 7m 12d -Father & Mother-
iiia. Twining, Lovey, born Apr. 11, 1800, died Apr. 12, 1850, aged 50y & 1d
iiib. Twining, Hiram, born Mar. 31, 1794, died Mar. 8, 1876, aged 81y 11m 8d
iv. Chadwick, A. Lorena, 1864 - 1927
v. Chadwick, Rufus, born Oct. 23, 1815, died Nov. 5, 1878 -Father-
vi. Chadwick, Experience, born Sept. 24, 1819, died July 11, 1881 -Mother-
vii. Chadwick, Lydia Ann, 1842 - 1929

Row20 RC
ia. Beeson, Henry M., born May 15, 1815, died Jan. 27, 1903
ib. Beeson, Susannah, born Jan. 28, 1821, died Feb. 6, 1896
ic. Beeson, Eliza Jane, born Jan. 4, 1850, died Oct. 4, 1874
id. Julia, 1845 - 1925
[foot stone]
ie. Laura, 1857 - 1939
[foot stone]
if. Frank, 1855 - 1946
[foot stone]
ii. Mother
[foot stone for Vanness Family]
iii. Father
[foot stone for Vanness Family]
iv. Mother
[foot stone]
v. Brother
[foot stone]
vi. Sister
[foot stone]
vii. Father
[foot stone for Homer Warden]
viii. Mother
[foot stone for Susan Warden]
ixa. Belknap, Elisha, died Apr. 3, 1875, aged 62y 5m 9d
[Civil War Veteran medal w/flag]
ixb. Belknap, Rosina, wife of Elisha Belknap, died Oct. 19, 1894, aged 82y 6m 17d
ixc. Eastman, Josiah, died Apr. 28, 1838, aged 90y 2m
ixd. Eastman, Rachel, wife of J. Eastman, died Dec. 25, 1823, aged 44y
ixe. Eastman, Abigal, wife of J. Eastman, died Apr. 24, 1877, aged 94y

Row 21 RC
i. Beeson, James T., 1868 - 1936
ii. Beeson, Cora J., 1870 - 1922
iii. B
[plot marker]
iva. Thornberry, Harriet E., Apr. 15, 1841 - Apr. 8, 1920 -Mother-
ivb. Thornberry, Samuel W., Aug. 31, 1840 - Mar. 2, 1899 -Father-
v. Rosetta, 1851 - 1926
[foot stone for Vanness family]
vi. George M., 1847 - 1917
[foot stone for Vanness family]
vii. Vanness
[head stone]
viiia. Ward, Charles F., died Feb. 12, 1862, aged 8yrs 2mo and 10 ds
viiib. Ward, Janet, died Feb. 12, 1863, aged 5yrs & 4mo -Children of T.H. & L.A. Ward-
ix. Maranville, C.D., born June 8, 1830, died Apr. 11, 1904
x. Lemley, Helen,
(Chadwick) [no dates]
xi. Chadwick, Albert K., Aug. 19, 1867 - March 7, 1904
[Surname Bert on other side]
xiia. Graves, Anna L., wife of L.S. Chadwick, Sept. 1, 1841 - Oct. 5, 1932
xiib. Chadwick, Lucius S., Sept. 11, 1840 - Sept. 24, 1906
xiii.
[plot marker]

Row 22 RC
i. Bishop, Mary E., dau. of Evan & Ann E. Bishop, died Apr. 10, 1872, aged 20y & 5d
ii. E P
[plot marker]
iii.
[plot marker]
iva. Philbrook, John, died Apr. 29, 1881, agewd 52y 6m 23d
ivb. Philbrook, Elizabeth, wife of J. Philbrook, died Feb. 23, 1877, aged 39y 3m 10d
ivc. Philbrook, George H., son of J. & E. Philbrook, died May 16, 1879, aged 17y 3m 25d
v. Philbrook, Omie, 1860 - 1919
vi. Philbrook, Ella, 1851 - 1946
vii. Bills, John G., died Oct. 13, 1872, aged 65 years
viii. D F M [foot stone]
ix. S F L
[foot stone]
x. A E L
[foot stone]
xi. S M L
[foot stone]
xii. L N L
[foot stone]
xiii. King, Richard, Mar. 15, 1909 - Oct. 1, 1983
xiv. Bonnette, Miller J., Ohio Pfc. Co.308th MPC, WWI Veteran, Jan. 15, 1891 - Dec. 25, 1963
[bronze military marker]

Row 23 RC
ia. Tharp, Wilson S., 1841 - 1916
ib. Tharp, Rebecca, his wife, 1849 - 19_
iia. Bishop, Harley, died Feb. 16, 1869, aged 25y 23d
iib. Bishop, Joseph, died Jan. 24, 1877, aged 31y 5m 12d
iic. Bishop, mary E., died Apr. 10, 1873, aged 20y 5d
iid. Bishop, Eva N., Apr. 29, 1882, aged 69y 7m 24d
iie. Bishop, Ann E., Feb. 11, 1823 - Nov. 6, 1911
iii. Father
[foot stone for Philbrook]
iv. Mother
[foot stone for Philbrook]
v. George
[foot stone for Philbrook]
vi. J.P.
[plot marker]
viia. Knapp, Martha, wife of Rufus Knapp, died Sept. 9, 1872, aged 71 years
viib. Hazelton, Caroline, wife of I.N. Hazelton, died Oct. 23, 1862, aged 32y 7m 19d
viic. Hazelton, I.N., died July 8, 1878, aged 52y 8m 11d
viid. Knapp, Rufus, died Apr. 14, 1885, aged 89 years
viie. Hazelton, Fred J., died Sept. 13, 1896, aged 89y 9m
viiia. Spelman, Jane E., wife of W.H. Green, born Nov. 19, 1833, died June 14, 1877
viiib. Spelman, Franklin, born July 2, 1828, died Apr. 4, 1860
ixa. Lyman, Sara F., 1844 - 1922
ixb. Myers, Dorcas F., July 29, 1817 - Sept. 18, 1901
ixc. Lyman, Abner E., born Nov. 1, 1811, died Jan. 24, 1885
ixd. Hubbard, Betsey M., wife of Abner E. lyman, born Sept. 30, 1815, died Dec. 24, 1883
ixe. Lyman, Joseph A., Co. B, 76th Reg. OVI, age 18 y 8m 20d -He fell mortally wounded Nov. 27, 1863, while storming the ... held by the enemy near Ringgold, Georgia
xa. Bonnette, Nettie, 1885 - 1961
xb. Bonnette, Miller J., 1890 - 1963
[WWI Veteran medal w/ flag]

Row 24 RC
i. EB8
[plot marker]
ii. Morrison, Mary A., 1836 -1885
iii. Morrison, Lewis F., 1835 - 1892
iv. Philbrook, Orlena, dau. of Joel & Lydia Philbrook, died Mar. 22, 1869, aged 30y 1m & 27d
v. Graves, Suzanne, daughter, Aug. 11, 1929 -
vi. Graves, Samuel L., son, Dec. 22, 1926 - July 1995
{check date*}
viia. Graves, Helen C., 1900 - 1992
viib. Graves, Horace D., 1892 - 1936
[WW I Veteran medal w/flag]
viiia. Pigman, Leonard E., mar. 6, 1919 - July 17, 1975
viiib. Pigman, Helen M., Nov. 27, 1922 - Apr. 7, 1993
xi. Pigman, Leonard E., SSgt US Army WWII, 1919 - 1975
[Bronze military marker w/flag, echoing marker viiia.]

Row 25 RC
i. Hastings, Laura, died Feb. 5, 1876, aged 68y 10m 21d
ii.
[plot marker]
iii. Mary
[foot stone for Mary Dumbauld]
iv. Mother
[foot stone for Dumbauld family]
v. Elizabeth
[foot stone for Dumbauld family]
vi. John
[foot stone for Dumbauld family]
vii. Jackson
[foot stone for Dumbauld family]
viii. Infant
[foot stone for Dumbauld family]
ix. E.D.
[foot stone for Dumbauld family]
x. E.W.
[foot stone for Edward Williams]
xi. E.W.
[foot stone for Eliz. Williams]
xii. E.W.
[foot stone for Williams family]
xiii. Mossman, Ella, dau. of F. & N. Mossman, died Oct. 21, 1869, aged 21y 2m 12d
xiv. C
[plot marker]
xv. Rogers, Dr. Ida W., June 20, 1860 - July 31, 1926
xvi. Wright, Rufus F., Apr. 7, 1835 - Jan. 6, 1912
xvii. Wright, Elizabeth, Oct. 20, 1837 - Feb. 1, 1924
xviii. Rogers, L.D., M.A. M.D. LL.D., Dec. 10, 1856 - July 26, 1935
xx. -The Graves Family-
[Marble bench, measuring 21" heigth., 16 1/2" depth., and 54 1/2" width]

Row 26 RC
ia. Begg, Louisa, -The beloved wife of Wm. Wansbrough-, died Mar. 20, 1870, aged 63yrs
ib. Wansbrough, William, born June 5, 1799, died Dec. 30, 1870
ic. Eaton, William C., son of Wm. & Ada Eaton, died Feb. 12, 1870 aged 7m
id. Wansbrough, George J., born Nov. 18, 1841, died at Shiloh, Tenn., Apr. 28, 1862
[Civil War Veteran]
ie. Wansbrough, Arthur S., born July 13, 1837, died Feb. 14, 1869 -sons of Wm. & Louisa Wansbrough-
iia. Dumbauld, John, died July 20, 1904, aged 90y 11m 13d
iib. Dumbauld, Elizabeth, wife of J. Dumbauld, died Apr. 6, 1849, aged 34y 6m 24d
iic. Dumbauld, Mary, wife of J.Dumbauld, died July 24, 1880, aged 52y 3m 18d
iid. Dumbauld, John, son of J & E. Dumbauld, died Nov. 15, 1864, aged 15y 7m 14d
iie. Dumbauld, Jackson, son of J. & M. Dumbauld, died Feb. 27, 1858, aged 3m & 16d
iif. Dumbauld, Infant dau. of J. & M. Dumbauld, died Feb. 3, 1857
iiia. Williams, Edward, son of _Williams, died Nov. 20, 1864, aged 16y 8m 3d
iiib. Williams, William, died Apr. 9, 1875, aged 69y 3m 14d
iiic. Williams, Elizabeth, wife of Wm. Williams, died Feb. 8, 1855, aged 41y 3m 22d
iiid. Williams, John H., son of W. & E. Williams, died Apr. 24, 1851, aged 6y & 11m
iiie. Williams, Ellen, dau. of W. & E. Williams, died Oct. 11, 1851, aged 1y & 2m
iv. Wright [very large head stone 25 x 48 x 64 inches]
va. Lyman, Livonia N., wife of Horace C. Lyman, died May 17, 1871, aged 23y 3m & 12d
vb. Lyman, Horace C., born Nov. 26, 1833, died Apr. 3, 1896
[Civil War Veteran medal w/flag]

Row 27 RC
i. Ferguson, Ada L., 1881 - 1966
ii. Ferguson, M. Burton, 1879 - 1940
iii.J.D.
[plot marker]
iv. Ferguson, Jared C., Apr. 4, 1847 - Jan. 5, 1927
v. Ferguson, Irena E., Aug. 31, 1850 - Jan. 2, 1935
vi. Ferguson, Grace E., Oct. 2, 1873 - June 11, 1968
vii. Brady, Augusta, 1878 - 1954 -Mother-
viiia. Williams, Belle, 1855 - 1948
viiib. Williams, Henry, 1852 - 1935
ix. Cattrell, Minnette L., 1885 - 1952
x. Cattrell, James, 1857 - 1939
xi. Cattrell, Addie Tyler, 1864 - 1920
xii. Porter, George H., July 31, 1883 - Dec. 7, 1926
xiii. Porter, Elizabeth
(Rogers), May 20, 1890 - Mar. 12, 1970
xiv. Rogers, Rufus Wright, Dec. 20, 1913 - Jan. 9, 1963
xv. Klein, Jane
(Rogers), 1912 - 1985
xvia. Graves, Hortense L., Aug. 23, 1867 - Feb. 3, 1942
xvib. Graves, Samuel A., May 15, 1864 - June 26, 1933

This concludes the section right center (RC). The next section will be known as center (C), this area is the older part, being the very center of the original cemetery, having a circlular drive encompassing the entire section.
Revs'd 05 Aug., 2000 - 25 Nov., 2001 - 6 September, 2010. Robert M. Sizelove, Sr.

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