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Mound Hill/Union Cemetery
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Washington Twp.
Preble 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 Sheri Tolson, on 11 May, 2007.
To locate this cemetery, go south east of Eaton on 122, stay on Route 122 past the "Y", route 35 is to the right. 533 W. Main St., Eaton, Oh, 45320.( 394428N 0843846W )
The most recent update to this page made on 6 Mar., 2011.

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Page 1 - Surnames starting with A - K. Click here to go to page 2 -surnames L - Z.

Acton, John, born In Maryland, Oct. 23, 1784, died July 26, 1849, aged 67yrs 9mo & 3ds
Acton, Nancy, born Rockbridge Co., VA, Oct. 31, 1773, died Jan. 31, 1855, aged 84yrs & 3mos
Arva, Daniel, May 2, 1849 - _; Susan, his wife, May 23 1851 - June 2, 1911
Auld, sacred to the memory of Sarah, wife of Richard Auld, who departed this life Feb. 1825, in the _ nd year of her age
Baker, Josephine, 1881 - 1938; George E., 1875 - 1924
Banis, Donna Jean, June 4, 1948 - July 10, 1994
Banis, Family Plot, Nellie & Robert Not able to read individual memorial data from image.
Beigel/Reigel, Gerdraut, geboren im Jahär 1827, gestorben dentt Augst 1861
Beatty, James Kelly, 1932 - 1937
Becroot, Thomas F., born in Eaton, O. June 3, 1832, died Dec. 24, 1857
Blythe, Julius C., 1844 - 1885, Company J, 1st IND V.H.A., Civil War; Marietta Nourse, his wife, 1845 - 1919
Brannan, Edward, 1864 - 1928, Father
Brasier, Maggie A., wife of L.R. Brasier, died Nov. 17, 1867, aged 23y 11m & 25d
Brindley, Charity, 1843 - 1926
Brooke, Rev. J. C., born June 3, 1792, died Oct. 25, 1866; Eliza H., wife of J.C. Brooke, born Dec. 20, 1801, died Sep. 28, 1863; Thomas M., born June 23, 1841, Fell in defense of his country in Tenn., Oct. 6, 1862 [verse]"Here sleeps the ...; Asbury Y., born May 19, 1844, died Dec. 3, 1863 Click here for close view of Thomas's memorial.
Brooke, Asbury V., died Dec. 3, 1863, aged 19y 8m & 15d
Brooke, Thomas M., killed during the Great Rebellion, Oct. 6, 1862
Bruce, In memory of Jane R., wife of Hardin Bruce, born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, December 14thA.D. 1805, died May 30th A.D. 1840, aged 34 years 5 months and 16 days[Epitaph follows]To her...
Bruce, In memory of William, Laidout Eaton in 1806, Donated ground for Public Square, Churches, School and Cemetery. Built the first merchant Mill, a kind father & friend to the poor. Died Feb. 25, 1830, aged 67y & 7m Click here for close view of engraving.
Campbell, Josiah, born in Sussex County, Del., February 18th1810, died January 20, 1890; Sarah Curry, born August 22nd 1817, died March 4 th1887; Joseph S., born Jan. 1st1844, died July 31st1885; Maria Louisa Hunt, born April 13 th1836, died February 24th1919 -Children of Josiah & Sarah C. Campbell- Click here for overview of Campbell memorial.
Campbell, Sarah Ann, born Aug. 22, 1841, died jan. 29, 1842; Mary C., born Apr. 4, 1846, died Sept. 12, 1859; Emma A., born Apr. 15, 1849, died Aug. 1, 1874; Wm. C., born Jan. 4, 1839, died Mar. 23, 1880 -Children of Josiah & Sarah C. Campbell-
Campbell, William, born in Greenbrier County, Virginia, July 27thAD, 1780, died June 16thAD 1857, aged 56 years 10 months & 13 days
Cemetery, [section overview]
Cemetery, [section overview]
Clemmer, Family headstone
Clemmer, George H., 1845 - 1916
Clemmer, Isabella, 1845 - 1918
Cleveland, W.A., died Mar. 10, 1910, aged 82y 5m & 9d; Lydia, wife of W.A. Cleveland, died May 22, 1885, aged 70y 10m & 15d
Cohee, James, 1877 - 1922
Cohee, Dorothy, 1900 - 1982; Harry, 1901 - 1983
Conger, Eli, born Dec. 20, 1819, died Mar. 12, 1901; Lucinda, wife of Eli Conger, born Oct. 27, 1821, died Oct. 4, 1887
Cook, Opal, 1892 - 1907
Cooper, Carolyn Cooper, wife of _. L. Tro__es, died July 10, 1873, aged 68yrs & _d
Crane, William, born Nov. 9, 1811, died Nov. 20, 1845
Crawford, In memory of James, born April 17, 1772, died July 5, 1854, aged 82y 2m 18d
Crawford, In memory of Sally, born Feb. 25, 1770, died May 2, 1856, aged 86yrs 2mos & 6ds Probable wife of James Crawford.
Daugherty, Sarah Hunt, wife of J.M. Daugherty, died May 4, 1881, aged 33y 5m 2d
Daugherty, John M., died May 7, 1891, aged 50y 3m 28d; Sarah, wife of J. M. Daugherty, died June 14, 1889, aged 65y 5m & 5d; Roddie Reynolds, died Oct. 19, 1884, aged 46y 2m & 4d; S. Elizabeth, wife of Roddie Reynolds, died Apr. 5, 1923, aged 77y 3m & 8d
Dearth, Michael A., Jr., 1985 - 2004
Detamore/Deltmore, Leander M., child? of Michael & Cho__, died July 27, 1849, aged 5y _m? Very difficult image to read, not 100% sure of reading.
Donohoo, Margaret E., 1915 - _; Albert F., 1915 - 1988
Donohoo, Shannon, Apr. 9, 1971
Duggins, Henry, died Aug. 7, 1852, aged 63yrs 5ms 15d
Duggins, Jane, wife of Henry Duggins, died July 5, 1861, aged 79ys 10m & 29d
Flack, George W., 1872 - 1926
Fleming, Mary, born May 3, 1776, in Westmoreland Co., PA, died Aug. 30, 1854 aged 78y 3m & 27d
Fleming, Thomas, died Nov. 29, 1846, in the 72 year of his age
Fox, M. Lucille, 1928 - 1986; M. Louise, 1927 - 1990
Fox, James, A2c, US Air Force, Korea, 1932 - 1984
Fox, Jesse, Cpl., US Army, WWII, 1922 - 1979
Fudge, Wilson, 1840 - 1911; Catharine M., 1843 - 1918
, Regina, 1849 - 1925; Frank Thomas, 1875 - 1947; Jacob B., 1837 - 1904
Gans, Judge, Geo. W., 1823 - 1865; H. Maria, 1826 - 1893 Maria, probable wife of George W. Gans.
Gartrell, Frank E., Company L, 5thU.S. Artillery Regiment, SP.AM. War
Gartrell, Carrie S., 1876 - 1962
Glant, Sarah A., wife of Geo. Glant, died July 29, 1878, aged 41ys 4ms & 11ds
Glant, George, born Feb. 25, 1829, died Feb. 2, 1908, aged 78y 11m 7d
Glant, Overview of plot.
Green, Adam, Company F, 81stOhio Volunteer Infantry, Civil War, born 1818, died 1871
Green, Julia A., born 1820, died 1893 Probable wife of Adam Green.
Harbaugh, Mary, wife of Frederick Harbaugh, died Mar. 16, 1875, aged 82y 9m & 16d
Harbaugh, Frederick, born in York Co., Penn., April 17, 1770, and departed this life Dec. 17, 1840, aged 70 yrs & 8mo [War Veteran flag holder, possible War 1812 veteran]
Harbison, Robert , 1758 - 1937, , "He assisted in establishment of America's Independence by enlisting in the Revolutionary War from Westmoreland Co., Penn. and serving under Capt. Leach and Gen. Kane" Veteran Revolutionary War.
Hawkins, Samuel, Pvt. VA Militia, Revolutionary War; Ohio Militia, War of 1812, Nov. 18, 1762 - July 2, 1814
Hendrickson, Hiram V., 1866 - 1935; Elizabeth, 1866 - 1930; John Mugavin, 1881 - 1939
Hendricks, David E., Capt. Of War 1812, June 15, 1765 - Sept 18, 1845; Rosannah (Stackhouse), wife of David, Sept. 13, 1774 - Dec. 13, 1840; George D., 1805 - 1900 [possible son, separate stone behind David & Rosannah's headstone]
Hixson, Mary, wife of Aaron Hixson, born in hanterdon Co., N.J., Dec. 30, 1784, died in Eaton, Mar. 29, 1862
Hoffman, E.L., died June 29, 1878, aged 77yrs 3mo 28ds; Amy F., wife of E.L. Hoffman, died Oct. 3, 1858, aged 54yrs 3mo 16ds
Hoffman, Overview of Plot.
Holderman, Fergus, born in Preble County Ohio, May 11th AD 1811, died Feb. 8thAD 1838, aged 26 years 5 months & 28 days
Homan, Family Plot Memorial
Homan, Memorial Close view of statue.
Hubbell, W.T., died Oct. 12, 1872, aged 62ys 5m
Kirven, Ida, 1888 - 1973
Kirven, Anna J., 1858 - 1947
Kirven, Patrick, 1846 - 1926 [Spanish Am. War]
Kirven, Arema, 1891 - 1975
Kirven, Frank E., 1893 - 1951
Kirven, James, 1880 - 1959
Kirven, Lawrence, 1881 - 1943
Kirven, Family headstone
Klemmer, Charles M., 1855 - 1938; Lizzie, 1865 - 1960 Birthdates hard to read, not 100% sure from photo.
Kline, Anna R., 1867 - 1954; Edward C., 1866 - 1920 {WWI veteran]
Krug, Martha L., wife of John Krug, died may 5 1848, aged 27yrs 6m 7d; Valerian O., son of J.Y. & M.L. Krug, died June 2 1847, aged 9mo & 27d
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