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Live Oak Cemetery

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Jackson Twp.
Paulding County

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These tombstone photos have been generously donated by Dee Gullickson, July 26, 2004
This cemetery is located in the town of Paulding. It is located on Emerald Road, across the street from the school. From Hwy. 127, go east on Baldwin Avenue. Baldwin Ave. dead-ends at the cemetery.
The most recent update to this page was made on 10 May, 2008.

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Hale, A. C., died May 3, 1894, U. S. Army Co. E, 1st Ohio Light Artillery Alexander C. Hale, husband of Phoebe Hale. He was a veteran of Civil War.
Hale, Phoebe, wife of A. C. Hale, died Dec. 28, 1916, aged 85y 6m 21d
Fulmer, Zella A., daughter of Charles P. & Myra E. Hale, 1905 - 1941
Hale, Walter C., son of Charles P. & Myra E. Hale, 1903 - 1942
Hale, Myra, daughter of Charles P. & Myra E. Hale, 1904 - 1904
Hale, Myra E., 1882 - 1932 -Mother-; Charles P., 1872 - 1956 -Father- Charles P., son of A. C. & Phoebe Hale.

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