|Weimer Church Cemetery|
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These tombstone photos have been generously donated by Emmett Shaffer, 17 June, 2004
Emmett has a very nice article (shown above by clicking the links) about the history of this cemetery and church, published by the Gordon Printing Co., written by Lawrence N. Bose, they are copyrighted but shared here by their kind permission, it contains a picture of the original Weimer Church that was first dedicated in 1836, which no longer stands.
This Cemetery is located on Colwood St., which is just N.E. of Wilmot.
|Bash, Lydia, daut. of J. S. & E. Bash, died Apr. 30, 1848, aged 1y 10m 5d|
|Bash, John S., died Sept. 1, 1858, aged 51yr's 10m's 17days|
|Bash, Eliza, died May 16, 1883, aged 78yr's 9m's _days Days lived, inscription looks like 11, but can't be sure.|
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