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|Hubbell, Callie Fuller, 1847 - 1910 Caroline Stewart, first married to Herbert Fuller (who died); second married to Seneca Hubbell. Callie is the daughter of Charles & his first wife Mary Ann (McWilliams) Stewart. Herbert Fuller (tall marker) Callie (low marker)(section 133-002)|
|Fuller, Herbert, died Oct. 14, 1872, aged 30 years 7months 29days (section 133-002)|
|Gray, Almont Stewart, 1864 - 19__ Daughter of Charles & Margaret (Kelly) Stewart. (section 133-008)|
Edward, 1875 - 1905|
(located about 5 lots from 132-002
|McWilliams, Family Plot Front row: Fred Amendt, Allie McWilliams Amendt, -Mother-: Lucinda J. McWilliams, Father; William McWilliams, Margaret Martin McWilliams (section 132-002|
|McWilliams, Head stone (section 132-002)|
|McWilliams, S. Beleived to be the marker for Samuel McWilliams, husband to Margaret Martin, but could be the marker for a different S. McWilliams grandchild. (section 132-002)|
|McWilliams, Samuel, born Aug. 4, 1805, died march 14, 1880; Margaret Martin, his wife, died Sept. 27, 1887, aged 79y 5m 18d (section 132-002)|
|McWilliams, Samuel W., 1931, Company I, 122nd Ind, INF, age 75 Stone has date 1931, sexton's record, 1 Feb. 1932. (Section 101-003)|
|McWilliams, William Fores, 1893 - 1905|
|Stewart, Charles, 1820 - 1908 Husband of Mary Ann McWilliams & Margaret Kelly. Charles was a farmer & a music teacher in Piqua area. (section 077-008)|
|Stewart, Plot Layout whowing relationship between graves. Front row: Margaret Kelly Stewart, Charles St4ewart, James Stewart, Almont Stewart Gray. Back row: John Stewart, William Stewart, Jemima Manning Stewart, mary Ann McWilliams Stewart. (section 007 - 008)|
|Stewart, James M., 1855 - 1923 Son of Charles & Margaret (Kelly) Stewart. (section 077-008)|
|Stewart, Jemima Manning, wife of William Stewart, 1788 - 1854 (section 077-008)|
|Stewart, John, 1828 - 1899 Son of William & Jemima Manning Stewart. Worked as a gunsmith in the Piqua area. (section 077-008)|
|Stewart, Margaret Kelly, 1828 - 1923 Second wife of Charles Stewart. Born in St. Johns, New Brunswick, Canada to Irish parents. (section 077-008)|
|Stewart, Mary Ann McWilliams, 1830 - 1849 First wife of Charles Stewart. Daughter of Samuel McWilliams & Margaret Martin. (section 077-008)|
|Stewart, William, 1777- 1822 Born in New Jersey. Veteran of the War of 1812. Husband to Jemima Manning. Grist mill owner in the Springcreek area of Miami County. (section 077-008)|
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