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Coddingville Cemetery
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Granger Twp.
Medina 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 Lee Ann Shade, on 23 Jan., 2006.
This cemetery is located on Dusha Rd., not far from Rt. 18. This is the oldest cemetery in Granger and was the property of Anthony Low.
The most recent update to this page made on 18 May, 2009.

Please Note: Click on underlined name to view tombstone image.
This is the section for surnames, A - L... Click here to view surnames, M - Z.
Alger, John C., son of Matthew & Cyrena Alger, died Oct. 2, 1840, aged 4 years
Baker, Amy Mae, 1883 - 1960; William Arthur, 1871 - 1947
Baker, Cassie, 1865 - 1907 -Mother-
Barnett, Henry H., died Apr. 20, 1894, aged 80yrs 10mo & 19dys; Julia, his wife, June 4, 1824 - Feb. 28, 1908
Baysinger, Frank Jay, July 18, 1870 - Nov. 21, 1926
Baysinger, Samuel, 1830 - 1905; Mary A., his wife, 1832 - 1924
Brandeberry, Helen M., 1877 - 1936; John C., 1872 - 19__
Brandeberry, Noah, 1833 - 1908
Burt Overview of Burt monument.
Burt, George W., born in BRistol, Ontario Co., NY, Apr. 30, 1808, died Sept. 5, 1879, aged 71 years
Burt, Benjamin, died Jan. 1, 1892, aged 88 years; Nancy P., his wife, died Jan. 3, 1892, aged 80 years
Burt, Daniel, died Oct. 5, 1802, aged 68y; Hannah, his wife, died Apr. 8, 1838, aged 66yrs
Burt, William F., died Aug. 12, 1860, aged 47 yrs
Chapin, Joseph C., 1834 - 1911 -Brother-
Clements, Oscar A., died Nov. 21, 1854, aged 29y 10m 19d
Clements, Rebecca, wife of Oscar A. Clements, died June 28, 1861, aged 35 yrs
Codding Overview of family headstone.
Codding, John, died Oct. 20, 1865
Codding, Burt, died Feb. 11, 1844, aged 67y
Codding, Frances A., Sept. 23, 1851 - Jan. 31, 1875
Codding, Elva J., Carr, wife, 1849 - 1923
Codding, Eliza, wife of G.M. Codding, died Sept. 2, 1846, aged 37y 8m 26d
Codding, Earl K., Mar. 4 - Apr. 15, 1910
Codding, Charles B., 1913 - 1995; Mary E., 1918 - __
Codding, Gary William, 1938 - 1941
Codding, George D., son of G.M. & E. Codding, died May 18, 1832, aged 1y 10m Probable parents, George M. & Eliza Codding.
Codding, George M., died Jan. 21, 1873, aged 67y 2m 21d
Codding, Hannah, wife of John, died Sept. 3, 1854, aged 62y 4m 9d
Codding, Jasper A., Feb. 25, 1819 - Dec. 6, 1892; Phebe J., his wife, Mar. 27, 1827 - Apr. 1, 1884
Codding, Iva M., 1886 - 1969; John A., 1880 - 1968; Married 61years
Codding, Harry W., 1880 - 1952; Louise B., 1886 - 1968; Harpley, Alice Jane, 1909 - 1990, wife of R.S. harpley, 1909 - 1979; Stinaff, Edith Louise, 1910 - __, wife of F.D. Stinaff, 1904 - 19__
Codding John S., 1845 - 1922
Codding Johnnie, died Feb. 2, 1867, aged 3m; Edith A., Aug. 18, 1876, aged 10m
Codding Martha, dau. of J. & H. Codding, died April 3, 1849, aged 15y 7m 10d
Codding R.O., April 28, 1832 - March 18, 1916; Jane McFarlin, died Mar. 15, 1888, aged 45y
Codding Seymour, son of J. & H. Codding, died Sept. 10, 1836, aged 10y 1m
Dolamore George D., 1876 - 1946; Lois C., 1879 - 1947
Donley Elda, 1885 - 1937
Dunsha View of headstone.
Dunsha Addie B., 1870 - 1933; George T., 1860 - 1932
Dunsha Paul J., 1895 - 1986; Zoretta E. Simmons, his wife, 1898 - 1971; Bruce E., 1921 - __; June E., Williams, 1924 - __
Ganyard Ann F., wife of James ganyard, died Jan. 6, 1820 From the Marriage Index for the Ontario Repository, an 1800's newspaper archived at the Ontario County, NY historical society: "April 1, 1817 Ann F Low to James Granyard JR" She may have been a daughter of Anthony and Mary (Baldwin) Low, but I have no proof of this. However, James Ganyard's second wife was a daughter of theirs: From Memorial to the Pioneer Women of the Western Reserve p. 951: James Ganyard, 2nd, first married Ann_______ who was the first woman who died in Granger. He later married Sarah Lowe, daughter of Anthony and Mary Baldwin Lowe.
Ganyard, Ann F. (Low), wife of James Ganyard, died _, 11, 1820, aged __ Broken fragment, probable daughter of Anthony & Mary Low. Ann F. (Low) Ganyard, was the first woman to die in Granger.
Gilbert Alexis M., died June 24, 1854, aged 25yrs 5m's
Gilbert Wm. R., died Apr. 7, 1840, in the 51st year of his age; Maria Gilbert Woodruff, died Sept. 30, 1858, aged 61years
Grill Cleber E., 1887 - 1976; Ruth Derr, his wife, 1888 - 1967
Grill Barbara Lee, wife of Clair E. Grill, July 6, 1936 - June 26, 1961
Grubb Henry A., 1835 - 1906[Civil War Veteran] ; Harriet E. Rand, his wife, 1841 - 19__
Goodwin, Lavina H., 1791 - Feb. 5, 1867 Lavina was the wife of N.A. (Nathaniel Allen Goodwin. Row 13 (old broken memorial)
Goodwin, Lavina H. Newer marker of Marshall Goodwin's large momument, contains the inscriptions of both Nathaniel A. & Lavina H. Goodwin on the side of this monument.
Goodwin, Nathaniel A., born 1788, died Jan. 21, 1843, aged 55 years Old marker, row 13.
Goodwin, Marshall W., 1835 - 1913 This is a huge granite marker with a Free Mason's symbol on it. Marshall W. Goodwin was a son of Nathaniel & Lavina Goodwin.
Harpley, Alice Jane 1909-1990, wife of R. S., 1909-1979; Stinaff, Edith Louise 1910-_, wife of F D, 1904-1983
Hill Maria H., wife of J. R. Hill, died May 16, 1869, aged 58Yrs 11Mo 14Ds
Hills Abigail, wife of E. Hills, died Feb. 3, 1836, aged 64 Yrs
Hills Amanda L. dau. of T.H. & L.C. Hills, died April 19, 1874, aged 21Yrs 2Mo 9Ds
Hills Elizur, died Feb. 3, 1833, aged 65Yrs Click here to view text report on this individual.
Hills Lorinda C., 1816 - 1911 close up
Hills Marilla dau of E. A. Hills
Hills Myron C., died Dec. 7, 1890, aged 80Yrs 9Mo
Hills Tracy H., died Aug. 3, 1847, aged 1Y 6M; Tracy Harrison, died Sept. 15, 1852, aged 1yr 1mo, - Children of T. H. & L. C. Hills
Hills Tracy H., died Mar. 16, 1872, aged 68Yrs
Hills Tracy H., son of T H & L C Hills, died Aug. 3, 1847, Æ 1Y 6M A second memorial echoing data from previous stone.
Hills Family data file.
Hills, Naomi G., born in Bristol, Ontario Co., NY, May 15, 1817, died Medina Co., OH, Dec. 28, 18__
Hills, Stacy, Born in Bristol, Ontario Co., NY, Oct. 19, 1814, died in Granger, Medina Co., OH, Oct. 31, 1875 Click here to view complete obituary.
Hills, Aubigne, son of S. S. & N. G. Hills, died July 24, 1850- 3Y 8M & 11D. [This is on the same stone as Stacy & Naomi Hills--whose inscriptions are already on the website. He is named in their 1850 Census for Granger, Medina Co., Ohio]
Huntley Family Headstone Monument
Huntley Beatrice L., 1906-_; Nellie E., 1884 - 1972; H. Clare, 1878- 1964
Huntley Bion L., 1859 - 1950; Elva L., 1866 - 1945
Huntley Charles, son of W.S. & E.S., Mar. 31, 1861 - Feb. 10, 1889
Huntley Earl C., 1890 - 1949
Huntley Evalina S. wife of W. S. Huntley, died June 12, 1863, aged 41Yrs
Huntley Mary, daughter of W.S. & E.S., died Feb. 20, 1851, aged 6 Yrs
Huntley Polly, wife of Rufus Huntley, died Feb. 13, 1870, aged 88 Yrs 6M 2D
Huntley Rufus, died April 24, 1861, aged 71 Yrs
Huntley Uriah, died Oct. 3, 1858, aged 53Y 9M 15D
Huntley Wm. S., June 4, 1817 - Nov. 13, 1903, -Father
Isbell In Memory of Lyman, died July 8, 1820, age 56 years Click here to view story of his death.
Jaccaud, William Dell, 1917 - 1994 -Father-; Helen S., 1920 - __ -Mother-
Johns, Amelia, 1854 - 1935, -Mother-; Milton A., 1860 - 1936, -Father-
Johns, Isaiah...[no dates]; Sarah M., his wife, died Mar. 31, 1889, aged 61y 11m 26d
Johns, Sarah I., daughter of I & S. Johns, died Nov. 5, 1864, aged 5y 10m 27d This inscription on side of parents memorial.
Jones, Patty, wife of S. Jones, died Mar. 5, 1851, Æ 72y
Jones, Russel A., died May 30, 1853, aged 31years
Jones, Stephen, died Sept. 27, 1858, aged 83y 11m
Low Overview of Anthony & Harriet's memorials.
Low, Anthony, Jr., died Mar. 18, 1854, Æ 39y Click here to view a brief family gen file on Anthony and Harriet.
Low, Harriet, wife of Anthony Low, Jr., died june 3, 1844, aged 27yrs & 6mo
Low, Mary, Aug. 22, 1838, aged 67 years Wife of Anthony Low.
Low, Anthony, died Nov. 8, 1824, aged 59 years

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