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Bunker Hill Cemetery


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Goshen Twp.
Mahoning 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~

These tombstone photos have been generously donated by Sherry Winter, on 09 Apr., 2012.
This cemetery is located next to a church located on (CR28)W. Middletown Rd., east of (TR534)S. Pricetown Rd. Some of the photos are from the new cemetery across the road from the old cemetery. This is only a partial reading of this very large cemetery.
The most recent update to this page was made on 26 April, 2012.

Please Note: Click on underlined name to view tombstone image.
Armstrong, Charles, son of _ & _ Armstrong, died _, _, 18__ , aged 15 y [remainder unreadable from photo]
Armstrong, Phebe A., wife of John Armstrong, died July 4, 1854, aged 5_ yrs 10mos
Armstrong, John..[remainder unreadable, probably upper half of broken headstone]
Armstrong, Sarah A., daughter of J. & P.A. Armstrong, died Dec. 2, 1852, 7y [remainder not readable]
Armstrong, Infant, _ of R. J. & Hattie Armstrong, Aug. 19, 1913
Baker, Isaac, 1816 - 1906; Huldah, __ [two headstones, 2nd one not readable]
Bardo, Mary A., wife of David Bardo, died June _, 18__, aged 25y
Bardo, David, 1824 - 1911; Sarah J., 1835 - 1914
Bardo, Charles H., 1865 - 1916, father
Bardo, George W., 1851 - 1920, Alice L., his wife, 1857 - 1914; [3rd inscription under Alice, not readable]
Conkle, Ella M., 1858 - 1932; Amos, 1856 - 1927
Cook, Jane, dau. of John & M. Cook, died Feb. 26, 1883, aged 29 yr 7ms & 12days
Devore, [names/dates not readable]
Dole, Michael S., son of Richard & Rh_mth Dole, died Jan. 11, 1856, aged 21y 17d [hard to be sure from photo]
Dole, Stacy S., died _ 5, 1856, aged _ yrs 8mo & _d
Ellett, David S., born Apr. 29, 18__, died Feb. 3, 1__; Clarissa, born Sep., 1_ 1805, died Sep. 13, 1885
Escholer, John, Aug. 27, 1829 - May 13, 1900
Eyster, Lula M., May 12, 1873 - Sept. 12, 1958; Nalda S., Feb. 4, 1860 - April 10, 1939
French, Newton, 1833 - 1908; Ann, his wife, 1838 - 1901
Gray, Rachel W., dau. of Elizabeth & Davis Gray, died Nov. 22, 1867, aged 21y 1m 2d
Gray, Harry B., died July 6, 1899, aged 39 years
Heisler, Henry H., 1844 - 1916, Co. L, 6th OVC [Ohio Volunteer Cavalry]; Eliza Ann, his wife, 1843 - 1919
Horner, Maria H. Stratton, wife of G.B. Horner, 1841 - 1904
Kale, John H., son of Lulu Leaf, 1896 - 1918, 9th Co., 3rd T.B., 158 D.B. [probable causality of 1st World War ]
Keeler, Amos, Oct. 10, 1826 - Nov. 25, 1902; Sidnah, June 22, 1814 - Dec. 18, 1870; Louisa Cessna, dau. of A & S Keeler, May 10, 1849 - Aug. 12, 1870
Keeler, Rhoda, Daut. of J. & S. Keeler, died Apr. 21, 1886, aged 33y 11m 15d
King, Eliza J., wife of Joseph King, died Aug. 11, 1852 [lower fragment missing]
King, Wm M., 1836 - 1913; Sarah E., 1837 - 1890
Leonard, Joseph, died Sept. 18, 1875, aged 72ys
Leonard, Nancy, wife of Joseph Leonard, died _ 8, 18__ [hard to read]
Leonard, John, died Oct. 5, 1852, aged 57 yrs
Leonard, Sarah Ann, daughter of John & Nancy Leonard, died Dec. 21, 1853, aged _ yrs 5m 7ds [not able to read years aged]
Leonard, Solomon D., son of John & Nancy Leonard, died _, _ 1856, aged _ [very hard to read]
Mather, Annie W. French, wife of Homer E. Mather, 1896 - 1922
Mead, George K., 1840 - 1923, Co. L, 8th OVC, 1861-5; Agnes, 1845 - 1905 [George served in Company L, 8th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, Civil War Veteran]
Mead, Jaustin, son of G.K. & A. Mead, died Dec. 24, 1884, aged 18ys 5ms 28ds
Miller, Paul, 190_; Albert, 1905, Infant sons of Mr. & Mrs. S.C. Miller
Naylor, H.R., June 17, 1852 - Feb. 16, 1891
Naylor, W.B., Dec. 28, 1818 - Oct. 12, 1896; E.A., Jan. 23, 1825 - Sept. 18, 1877
Neill, Susan, daughter of M. & M. Neill, died June 17, 1847, aged [surname hard to read, age not readable]
Owen, Kenneth L., Pvt. US Army, World War II, Feb. 18, 1907 - Jan.2, 1984
Owen, Cyrus Reuben, 1857 - 1923; Rebecca L. Regal, 1844 - 1933; husband & wife
Penkava, Anna, 1871 - 1941; John, 1871 - 1940
Regal, Marrietta, died Mar. 31, 1848, aged _
Regal, _, died Feb 25, 1865, aged _ [probable headstone of B.S. Regal]
Regal, Susannah, wife of B.S. Regal, died May 16, 1869, aged 68y 7m 15d
Regal, Jemima, 1821 - 1895
Ryan, Charles J., died Aug. 1, 1877, aged _6 yrs 2mos
Swem, Asbnath, wife of Swem, died Feb. 17, 1857, aged 63y 7m
Swem, John, died July 1, 1866, aged 74ys 10m 15ds [probably the husband of previous stone]
Santee, Caroline W., wife of G.E. Santee, born Aug. 6, 1867, died Apr. 6, 1903
Seachrist, Jacob W., 1840 - 1912; Marilas, his wife, 1843 - 1912
Smith, Ann, wife of Elijah Smith, died Sept. 18, 1864, aged 54yrs 5mos
Smith, John P., Nov. 23, 1845 - Feb. 10, 1902
Smith, M_, 1851 - 1910 [next the J.P. Smith, probable wife]
Snyder, Benjamin J., son of Benjamin & Mary Snyder, died Dec. 26, _
Snyder, Wm., 1792 - 1868, Father
Snyder, Lovina E., 1838 - 1917
Snyder, Marilla J., [dates not readable]
Sproat, Jesse M., 1845 - 1924, father; Maria S., 1845 - 1942, mother
Stallsmith, Hiram P., 1836 - 1913; Rachel D., his wife, 1842 - 1916
Stratton, [Stratton plot overview]
Stratton, Jul_ Ann, wife of W.C. Stratton, died July 22, 1899, aged 86ys 7ms
Stratton, Elvira F., 1841 - 1925; Charles O., 18__ - 1903; Wm. N., 1845 - 1928; Edith, his wife, __ - __ [group of 3 Stratton memorials, sorry, not able to read all of data from photo]
Stratton, Angeline, wife of Daniel Stratton, died Sep. 15, 1857, aged 49 yrs [last line not readable]
Sturgiss, W.S.King, 1860 - 1943; Lizzie K., 1878 - 19_; Arthur L., 1891 - 19_
Templin, James W., 1835 - 1898; Elizabeth T., 1840 - 192_
Templin, Jane, wife of John Templin, Feb. 8, 18__ - _ _ 190_
Templin, John, [deteriorated, not readable]
Thompson, Susan A., 1867 - 1932
Unknown, Rhoda, dau. of R. & D. ?, died June 20, 1845, aged 12y 8m
Unknown, [two headstones not readable from photo]
Venable, William, son of Joel & Hannah Venable, died Aug. 8, 1846, In the 20th year of his age
Venerable, [headstone over view]
Venable, David H., 1839 - 1916; Martha K., his wife, 1844 - 1912
Venable, Joel, died [remainder not readable from photo]
Venable, George, died April 8, 1965, aged 62yrs 9mos & 8days
Venable, Sarah, wife of George Venable, died June 23, 1868, aged 6_ yrs 6ms 8days
Venable, Cora, Sept. 7, 1866 - June 24, 1943; William J., July 6, 1865 - Sept. 13, 1938
Warren, Jacob, 1838 - 1911; Katharine, his wife, 1845 - 1921
Watters, William, 1832 - 1902; Eliza A., 1835 - 1919 [Civil War Veteran flag holder]
Weingart, Anne M., 1891 - 1898
White, Henry, 1841 - 1911; Sarah A. [dates not readable]
White, Joseph, died Feb. 13 or 19, 1873, aged 9_ years; _, died June 30, 1885, aged 87years [very difficult to read]
Wilkinson, Mary A., wife of Carver Wilkinson, born Jan. 4, 1841, died May 26, 1901
This concludes my partial readings of this cemetery.

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