United Brethern Cemetery

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Lanier Twp.
Preble County

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These tombstone photos have been generously donated by Curt Hodson, Feb.. 10, 2005
This cemetery is located in the North-West Quarter of Section 27 Lanier Twp. Located east of 503, north of the barns in the tree line on Fillbrun Property, south of Carlton Rd. This cemetery has been plowed over and is almost obliterated by livestock. I counted 25 stones that had the tops gone. The following inscriptions were the only stones that are still readable, as of 23 August, 2001.

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Overview, broken base stone
Harter, Mary, wife of George Harter, died December 31, 1826, aged 65 years, 5 months
Brubaker, Daniel, son of H. & C. Brubaker, died December 21, 1841, aged 24 days
D. B., probably footstone for Daniel Brubaker
G. H., probably footstone for unknown individual
Unknown, aged __, 10 months, 20 days Only fragment of tombstone remaining.

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