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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 seperate 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 term Æ, this is just a term that generally replaces the work "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 Terry Thompson, Feb. 26, 2005.
This cemetery is located about 1 mile East of Fredericksburg, Ohio. The cemetery is located on the highest ground just Southwest of the intersection of Route 2 (Harrison Rd. ) and CR44 (Apple Creek Rd.). Access is via the property of Mr Steven Miller Excavating Company, 7107 Harrison Road (Route 2). He and his family are very understanding, but it's highly suggested that you pay a courtesy call prior to visit at Miller Excavating, 330-695-4708. I place this number here as a means to ask permission before visiting, please do not call for genealogical inquires. This is a business and remember you will be on private property and at Mr. Miller's kindness, so be respectful of his directions & instructions. There are about 30 stones in this cemetery.
The most recent update to this page was made on 5 May, 2008.
|Thompson, John, Sen., died Feb. 27, 1867, aged 95 years & 6mos Patriarch of the Thompson family 1815 to late 1800's. He was born in 1771.|
|Thompson, Hiley, wife of John Thompson, died Apr. 11, 1864 Click here Portions of inscription hidden by turf & inscription difficult to read. Can't be 100% sure of date of death. Hiley (Dorland)Thompson, rests beside her husband John Thompson. She is descended from the origianl Dutch Colonist who founded New Amsterfort, no New York. They arrived 6 years before the pilgrims. John & Hiley had 12 children.|
|Thompson, James, died June 29, 1862, aged 84ys [or 81 ys] 7ms & 26ds James was a younger brother of John, son of James & Rebecca Thompson. Both John & James listed their birthplace as Delaware on census.[The slanted looking "1" in years lived makes me think it's actually a "4", generally "1"'s were more upright.]|
|Thompson, Mary, dau. of J. & H. Thompson, died Jan. 28, 1822, Æ 18y 1mo 20d Mary was 1 of 12 children born to John & Hiley (Dorland) Thompson.|
|Thompson, James, died Apr. 13, 1871, aged 68ys 4mo & 29 ds James, was son of John & Hiley Thompson, and husband of Racheel Cross.|
|Cross, Anna, wife of Jesse Cross... Sarah Anna (Thompson) Cross, 1806 - 1849. Daughter of John & Hiley Thompson & wife of Jesse Cross.|
|Thompson, Corneleus, son of J. & H. Thompson, died Aug. 20, 1820, Æ Uncomfirmed son of John & Hiley Thompson. Hiley's brother's name was Cornelius Dorland, may have been his namesake.|
|Thompson, Cyrus, died May 8, 1867, aged 29yr & 8mos Cyrus Thompson was the son of James & Mary Thompson. He married Hannah Thompson the daughter of John William Thompson, Jr. and his second wife Mary Ann Bulger.|
|Thompson, Joseph, son of J. & M.A. Thompson, Jr., died Mar. 11, 1846, Æ 10m 15d -Suffer little children to come into me... Forbid them not... Joseph is one of 12 children by John william Thompson, Jr.'s second marriage to Mary Ann Bulger. Four children from 1st marrieage to Lucinda Shepler. John W. Thompson, Jr. & his second wife Mary are buried in Fredericksburg East Cemetery.|
|Thompson, Rachel, dau. of J. & M.A. Thompson, died June 3, 1844, Æ 1y 3m 26d Another child of John William, Jr. & Mary Ann (Bulger) Thompson.|
|Thompson Lucinda, wife of John Thompson, died Aug. 17, 1839, Æ 28y 2m 12d Lucinda was the 1st wife of John William Thompson, Jr., and daughter of Abraham & Mary Shepler, 4 children; Mary Eleanor, Harriet, Rosanea Jane and Lucinda Thompson.|
|Bevington, Hanna, wife of Henry Bevington, died Apr. 9, 1876, aged 43ys 9ms 15ds Hannah (Cross) Bevington was the daughter of Jesse & Sarah Anna (Thompson) Cross and the grand daughter of John Thompson Senior.|
|Bevington, Ira David, son of H. & H. D. Bevington, died Dec. 26, 1868 Ira was the son of Henry D. & Hannah (Cross) Bevington & g-grandson of John Thompson, Sr.|
|Bevington, Jesse, son of H. & H.D. Bevington, died Dec. 19, 1861, aged 3yrs 4mo 18d Jesse Bevington, son of Henry D. & Hannah (Cross) Bevington & g-grandson of John Thompson Sr.|
|Orr, Infant Son of John Orr, born Feb. 1834 Son of John & Hannah (Thompson) Orr, grandson of James Thompson, Sr.|
|Orr, Infant Dau. of John Orr, born March 18, 1845 Daughter of John & Hannah (Thompson) Orr, grandson of James Thompson Sr.(John Thompson Sr.'s brother)|
|A. O. Most likely a foot stone for an unknown individual with initiials A.O., could be Orr family member.|
|Thompson, Rachel, wife of J. Thompson, died Sept. 5, 1825, In the 18th year of her age This is the 1st of 4 wives I can't link to a specific husband|
|Thompson Rebecca, daughter of S. & Rachel Gooden, wife of Jas. Thompson, [consort], died Aug. 1, 18_1, aged 41 years Memorial fragment difficult to read, missing data before death date looks like word consort, meaning her husband survived her. Unsure what James Thompson would have been her husband.|
|R. T. Unknown footstone for possibly Thompson family member, could be Rachel, Rebecca, Reason or Rezin Thompson.|
|Thompson Sarah M., wife of David Thompson, died Oct. 29, 1851, aged __yrs, 2 mo & _ ds Only fragment remains of this memorial, difficult to read.|
|Thompson Susan, wife of J. Thompson, Jr., died Sept. 5th 1845, aged 39 years Once again, unsure which J. Thompson she was married to.|
|Thompson Rebecca, wife of James Thompson, died Mar. 29, 1863, aged 59 yrs Not sure which James Thompson, she might have been married to.|
|Hart, Martha E., wife of Jacob Hart, died July 19, 1862 Martha E. (Poulson) Hart, daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth (Thompson) Poulson, granddaughter of John Thompson, Sr.|
|Harrison, Isaac, died Jan. 30, 1863, aged 36yr 8mon 14d|
|Thompson, Etha Forest, dau. of __S & A. Thompson, died July 8, 1869, aged 1yr 8mo 2days -Those little feet this early have passed life's door and now the step makes music upon the golden floor-|
|Thompson, Jesse, son of G. & M. Thompson, died Jan. 23, 1867, aged 5ms 3d -God blesses ...early death God takes this infant to himself-|
|Thompson, Reason My 3rd great-grandfather, married Elizabeth Criswell, had est. 6 children and vanishes around 1858. They appparantly lived in Indiana for about 5 years but their last daughter is listed in the census as born in Ohio. This could be Reason, but still unproven. His wife (my 3rd great-grandmother re-married, moved, died, buried in Princeville, (Peoria) Illinois. Sorry, no photo, but posted in remembrance.|
|Thompson, Abbie, died May 29, 1889, 16ys 3m 14d|
|Fluhart, Ethan A., died Apr. 6, 1871, aged 32yrs 1mo 20ds Possibly son of Zacheus & Mary Fluhart.|
|Fluhart, Etha M., daug. of J. E. & M. E. Fluhart, died May 14, 1870, aged 9mos 11ds -Sleep on sweet babe and take thy rest, God has taken you home, he thought it best- The initials of parents difficult to read, can't be 100% sure of letters.|
|Thompson, Joseph, son of J. & S. Thompson, died July 16, 1861, aged _yrs 5m 14d|
|Thompson, Margaret A., daughter of J. & S. Thompson, died Jan. 28, 1875, aged 13yr 1mo 2d|
|Sharp, Vida, wife of William G. Sharp, died Mar. 2, 1896, aged 25ys 6m 23d There's a parrallel line of Thompson family whom I've had contact with in this area. The Sharps and Fluharts figure into this group. I vagely remember them mentioning William Sharp having a distinguished military background.|
|Thompson, Mary, wife of J. Thompson, Jr., died Aug. 28, 1818 [or 1848], aged 32yrs 2ms the 1 in the date could be a light 4, slant and distance makes a four possible. This family came from Columbiana Co., New Lisban, Ohio. John Thompson began buying the first 900 acres throughout Salt Creek Township in 1815 and finished around 1816, Most likely settled here 1816.|
|Thompson, Mary C., Infant daughter of J. & S. Thompson, died Aug. 3, 1864, aged 3 yrs 6mo 15da Click here for closer view of memorial.|
|Orr, Wm George, son of J. & H. Orr, died May 23, 1819 [or 1849], aged 1yr 10m 26d William George Orr, son of John & Hannah (Thompson) Orr, grandson of James Thompson, Sr.|
|Thompson, W. R., died May 1, 1870, aged 26y _ m, 19d|
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