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Woodland Cemetery

Montgomery County

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These tombstone photos have been generously donated byShelea K. McLaughlin, on 5 Oct. 2003.
New data shared recently by the kindness of Karen Barlow, mentioning that Johnny Morehouse was actually the son of John Morehouse and his first wife Mary Margaret. John and Barbara were not married at the time of Johnny's death. The most recent update to this page was made 21 Sept., 2008.

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Morehouse, Johnny A famous memorial in Woodland. 1855 - 1860, Son of John & Mary Margaret (Browning) Morehouse
Wright Memorial Overview #1
Wright, Wilber 1867 - 1912
Wright, Katharine Haskell, 1874 - 1929
Wright, Orville 1871 - 1948
Additional overview of Wright Memorial click here
Wright, Susan C., 1831 - 1888
Wright, Milton 1828 - 1917
Wright, Children, Otis & Ida, died March 1870, ages 13 & 18 days
Light, Memorial overview
Light, Frederich, Dec. 25, 1822 - Sept. 13, 1890
Detrich, Memorial overview
Detrich, Clark M., b. Dec. 10, 1855, died Dec. 8, 1898 [Woodsman Memorial]
Lauer, head stone
Lauer, Catharine, 1846 - 1928
Lauer, Catharine, 1795 - 1870

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