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Sugar Grove Cemetery
(Clay Township, Wayne County)
6404 Sugar Grove Road
Greens Fork, Indiana  47345
Compiled by Frances (Fouts) Wilson - 1996

F - L

FARMER

William T. (b. Tenn July-22) 1845 (d.
Aug-16) 1915 (son of Nimrod and Elender (Smith) Farmer, both b. Tenn.

m. Apr-30-1868 to
Annie - his wife - (b. ) 1851 (d. )
1928 (dau. of John and Cynthia (Johnson) Bish.)

Gerty May - dau. of William and Annie d.
Jan-2-1876 - 4y-3m.

Row 9 North Section

FARR

James M. (b. Jan-27) 1842 (d. Feb-25)
1917 Co. D, 69th Ind. Inf. (Enlisted in Civil War Oct-3-1864 for one year. Mustered out with his Regt. July 1865. Son of H.M.G. Farr, New Garden Twp.) Son of Henry, b. N.C., and Elizabeth (Barnes), b. IN, Farr.

m. (1) to
Sarah Yeargen.

m. (2) to
m. (3) to
m. (4) to
Nancy Ann (Ellen b. Sept-2) 1856 (d.
Apr-28) 1935 (dau. of Oliver H. P. and Nancy (Taylor) Coon. She was m. (1) to Samuel Deck.)

Row 16 South Section

Marion (b. Mar-2) 1886 (d. Mar-22)
1961 (son of James and Nancy (Coon) Farr.)

Row 14 South Section

m. (1) Jan-5-1910 to
Hattie (b. Ill.) Mar-26-1885 - d. Feb-28-
1924 (dau. of Abraham and Sarah (Berry) Campbell, both b. Ill. A daughter, Esther Farr Chamness, said her mother was 1/4 Cherokee Indian.)

Row 15 South Section

John W. (b. Aug-18) 1919 d. Apr-6-1996
(son of Marion and Hattie (Campbell) Farr.)

Row 19, North 1/2 Lot 55

m. Dec-31-1949 to
Ruby Brown, dau. of John and Winnie (Ferguson) Brown. She was previously m. and divorced from Wylie Couch. Later she and John were divorced.

m. to
Gladys Jones.

John M. (b. Dec-15) 1950 (d. July-5)
1977 (son of John W. and Ruby (Brown) Farr.)

Plaque on grave reads:

John M. Farr
L. CPL. U.S. Marine Corp
Vietnam
1950 + 1977

Row 19 South Section
North 1/2 Lot 55

Randy Lee (b. and d.) Nov-19-1954.

Michael Joseph b. Sept-7-1958 (d.Sept-8).

(sons of John and Ruby (Brown) Farr.)

Row 8 South Section

Charles O(liver b. Feb-18) 1896
(d. July-17) 1974 (son of James and Nancy (Coon) Farr.)

Plaque on grave reads:

Charles Oliver Farr
Pvt. U. S. ARMY
WORLD WAR I
Feb 18, 1896 July 17, 1974

m. 1924 to
Edna L. (b. Aug-18) 1899 (d. Mar-29)
1971 (dau. of Sherman and Cora (Thompson) Knott. She had previously been m. to and divorced from Lewis Carlin.)

Row 19 Center Section Lot 59

Charles Oliver Jr. (b. Dec-18) 1924
d. (Feb-12) 1925 (son of Charles and Edna.)

Row 15 South Section

Shirley Jane (b. July-22) 1935
d. ( )(dau. of Charles and Edna.)

Row 19 Center Section Lot 59

Infant (no stone) b. and d. Jan-14-1906
son of Noah Street Farr and Effie McNutt. Data from Wayne Co. Death Records. There must be an error here. Wayne Co. Marriage Records list Noah Street and Effie McNutt m. Aug-5-1904.

Karl H. (b. @1927) d. Mary 15, 2002, 75 yrs

Row 18, Lot 41


FAUCETT, FAWCETT, FOSSIT

The various spellings of this family name are unexplained. They all belonged to the same family.

FAUCETT

Richard (Brecks) b. Apr-30-1831 (Ind.)
d. May-23-1913 (son of William, b. England, and Rachel, probably b. Pa., (Hatfield) Faucett.)

m. (1) Sept-13-1860 to
Mary C(atherine) H(arriet b. Ohio) d.
Aug-21-1877 - 35y-7m-5d (dau. of Joseph, b. Germany, and Mary Ann (Loy) Long.)

m. (2) May-10-1879 to
Sarah (b. N.C. July-24) 1828
(d. Nov-19) 1908 (dau of John and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Sullivan, both b. N.C.)

Thomas M(arion) son of R. and H. (b.
Dec-18-1868) d. July-15-1880.

Row 9 North Section

From the March-6-1883 RICHMOND TELEGRAM - Washington news

"On Tuesday evening March 6, 1883, Uncle Billy Faucett died after lingering several months. He was an Englishman by birth, and was drafted to serve in the war with Napoleon Bonaparte, who was taken prisoner before Uncle Billy was in any engagement. He had lived in this county many years and married and raised his family here; had been a member of the U. B. Church twenty five years and was as a shock of corn, ready to be garnered in his eighty-ninth year. His has been an eventful life." (He and Rachel are bur. in South Cem. - Greens Fork. Rachel was the dau. of Jonas, b. England, and Rachel (Lewellyn, b. Wales) Hatfield. The Hatfield family came to this area around 1812.) Uncle Billy was the immigrant ancestor of all the Faucetts bur. in this cemetery.

Mary - wife of Geo. Fawcett (b. July-16-
1832) d. Oct-30-1874 - 42y-3m-14d (dau. of Joseph and Sarah (Murray) Nicholson.)

m. May-2-1852 to
George Fossit (Wayne Co. Marriage records spelling) b. 1829 - son of William and Rachel (Hatfield) Faucett. George m. (2) to Elvira Russell.
FOSSIT

William F. son of George and Mary b.
Feb-7-1853 d. Aug-29-1854 1y-6m-22d.

Row 8 South Section

FAWCETT

Joseph L. (or E.) son of George and Mary
(Nicholson) b. Apr-21-1855 d. June-8-1876 21y-1m-17d

(Kenneth J Nicholson says his middle name was Elvin.)

Ernest C. son of E. and M.A. d. Dec-8-
1880 4y-1d.

(Kenneth J Nicholson says E and M.A. are Elvin and Martha A. (Nelson) Faucett.)

Row 8 North Section

William E.(llsworth b. Mar-24) 1864 (d.
Dec-10) 1925 (son of Richard and Harriet (Long) Faucett.

m. Jan-8-1886 to)
Abigail (Florence) R. (b. July-3) 1864 (d.
Mar-9) 1952 (dau. of Calvin and Martha Maria (Baker) Ratliff.)

Hazel M.(artha) b. Apr-13-1889) d. Apr-
18-1901 12y-5d (dau. of William and Abigail (Ratliff) Faucett.)

Row 9 North Section

FAVORITE

Rosa (b. ) 1872 (d. ) 1950
(dau. of Samuel and Margaret (Coon) Dale.

m. June-28-1892 to
Asa Favorite, who is said to be bur. at Sugar Grove, but no stone was found.)

Row 16 North Section

FENIMORE

Urling - son of W.L. and L. D. - d. Mar.-
23-1883 1y-6m-17d. (Son of William Leslie Fenimore m. Mar-4-1875 to Leuzetta Edwards they are bur. at Economy.)

Row 3 South Section

FEWELL

Elliot (b. Feb-18) 1853 (d. June-6) 1914
(son of William Fewell)

Mary (b. Mar-16) 1854 (d. Jan-27) 1918
(dau. of John Lovell.) Wayne Co. records show that Elliot and Mary were husband and wife. No stone was found for Mary.

Row 14 South Section

FINCH

Thomas H(amilton b. N.C. Aug-4-1784)
d. Nov-3-1845 Age 61y-2m-29d. (Although his parentage is not known, he had brothers, John and
Milton. Hamilton, his wife and family came to Indiana about 1826. He died from injuries caused by being thrown from the wagon when his team of horses ran away.

m. Aug-15-1806 at Raleigh, N.C. to (at the time Hamilton was held in bond by Nathaniel Alexander; Edmund Holloman signed as marriage bondsman.)
Elitha ("Leythey") wife of Hamilton
(according to records taken by Yount) d. Sept-25-1862 79y-6m-17d (Family records say she was b. N.C. Mar-8-1782 or 1784, dau. of Thomas, b. Surry Co., VA, and Emeline "Milly" ( ) Holloman. It has not been proved, but Milly was supposed to have been the dau. of a French Hugenot woman who was kidnapped by the Nottaway Indians living along the Nottaway River in VA. and N.C. and her Indian husband.)

Row 8 Center Section

Nancy (Gallian) wife of W(illiam b.
Preble Co., Ohio Nov-28-1810) d. Sept-19-1895 84y-9m-22d.

m.( to
William Finch b. Aug-5-1808 d. Oct-10-1843 - son of Thomas H. and Elitha (Holman) Finch. William was bur. at South Cem. at Greens Fork.

(A clipping saved by Mrs. Anna Stackhouse, mother of Earl Stackhouse and of Thelma Stackhouse Anderson, reads in part; "Nancy Finch was born in Preble Co. Ohio, Nov-28-1910. She was m. at the age of 18 to George Young. To them was born one daughter, Mrs. Mary Jane Cranor. Her husband only lived two years and then she came to Indiana and made her home with an uncle near Greensfork. After a few years they moved to the neighborhood of Laport, Ind, where she was m. to Wm. Finch. They came to live near Sugar Grove. Her husband lived but eight years and for 52 years she has been a widow. To them were born two sons and one daughter. She joined the Methodist Church with a pioneer class that worshiped at the Bailey school house (intersection of Sugar Grove and Wm. E. Oler Roads.) Afterward on account of residing near the Bethel church (United Brethren - located on N.W. corner of Jacksonburg and Wm. E. Oler Roads.) she transferred her membership there.....For thirty years she has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Emeline Cole." (See Cole)

Row 10 South Section

John b. Feb-4-1813 d. May-23-1865
(son of Thomas H. and Elitha (Holman) Finch.

m. June-18-1837 to
Cynthia Barnes.

Row 10 Center Section

John d. Oct-30-1864 (stone sunk, no age given) (enlisted in Co. C, 36th Reg. Ind. Vol. Inf., Oct-16-1861. Discharged after serving eighteen months, on account of physical disability. Son of John Finch, Perry Twp. The 1850 Census lists John age 8 in the family of John and Cintha Finch.

Row 10 Center Section

The name Finch is about all that is still legible on the stone. There is a lamb on the stone indicating the grave of a child. Beverly Yount's record has the following:

Oliver P. son of Ly(man) and Nancy d.
Feb-21-1863 1y-9d.

(She added Wayne County records show the following marriage licenses for a Lyman Finch:
m. Jan-1-1857 to Mary Jane Study
m. Jan-3-1863 to Nancy Study)

Row 9 Center Section

Eva Idella dau. of William(?) and
Annie d. Mar-10-1865 2y-5d.

Row 11 South Section

FORREST

Edward (b. Pa.) d. Feb-28-1876- 42y-16d
(son of William and Elizabeth (Yesler), b. Pa., Forrest.
m. Mar-1-1860 to
Mariah, dau. of Moses and Cynthia Cox Veal.)

Row 5 North Section

Amos (b. Penn. Oct-24-1836) d. Dec-
28-1904 68y-2m-4d (son of Wm. and Elizabeth (Yesler) Forrest.

m. Nov-26-1865 to)
Deborah (b. Mar-18-1848) d. July-1-
1924 - 68y-3m-13d (death caused from burns inflicted while carrying a flaming kerosene stove from the house. Dau. of Moses and Cynthia (Cox) Veal.)

Row 16 Center Section

Letitia E. dau. of Amos and Deborah
d. Oct-25-1870 (Yount has 1879) 1m-5d.

Row 5 Center Section

FOUTS

(James) Mahlon (b. Nov-30) 1852 (in
Wayne Co., Ind.) (d. Jan-2) 1908 (at Greens Fork, Ind. son of Silas and Phoebe (Hair) Fouts.)

m. (Dec-22-1873 to)
(Martha) Alice (b. June-1) 1854 (in
Wayne Co. d. Jan-14) 1946 (dau. of Lewis and Sarah (Shaffer) Strickler.)

Row 2 North Section

James P. (b. in Ind. July-31) 1868 (d. at
Methodist Home at Warren, Ind. Aug-31) 1946 (son of David and Mary (McCullough) Fouts.)

m. (Oct-27-1909 to)
Cora L(orene b. Dec-9) 1874 (in Wayne
Co. - d. Dec-22) 1920 (dau. of James Mahlon and Martha Alice (Strickler) Fouts.)

Row 2 North Section

Clarence L. (b. in Jefferson Twp., Wayne
Co., Feb-14-1884 (d. at Hagerstown, Ind. May-16) 1945 (son of James Mahlon and Martha Alice (Strickler) Fouts.)

m. (Oct-9-1905 to)
Nellie (b. south of Economy, Ind.
Dec-25) 1884 (d. Dec-13) 1973 (dau. of Milton and Adaline (Wilson) Cain. She m. (2) ( ) Victor Veal, son of Charles S. and Mary B. (Oler) Veal. He is bur. in Sugar Grove Cem.)

Row 17 Center Section
North 1/2 Lot 30

FOX

William Sr. - d. Nov-16-1860 - 80y.

Elizabeth - wife of William - d. May-10-
1869 - 77y-7m-16d (dau. of James & Margaret Porter.)
(William Fox, of German descent, settled in 1813 as one of the very first in Clay Twp., a mile north of Greens Fork on the quarter section which lies northwest of Fairfield Cemetery.
The James Porter family came soon after and settled as neighbors "near the Friends Meeting House", likely the one at the site of Fairfield Cemetery. They were English and strong Methodists.)

Row 9 Center Section

Lorenzo D(ow b. Sept-27) 1825 (d. Dec-
2) 1903 (son of Wm. and Elizabeth (Porter), b. Pa., Fox.

m. (1) July-29-1847 to)
Sarah E(llen Brown) 1826 - 1874.

(m. (2) Feb-28-1876 to
Mrs. Ellen (Roberts) Ginther - b. Oct-24-1839 d. Sept-29-1943 103 yrs. Dau. of John and Martha Roberts. She and her first husband, Dr. Henry Ginther are bur. at Webster.)

Row 12 Center Section

Adison - son of William and Alpha
b. Apr-26-1856 d. Feb-27-1857.

Row 11 Center Section

Henry d. July-1-1870 38y-4m-14d.

m. (Jan-17-1855 to
Lovina (Beverly) wife d. Sept-27-1872
42y-7m-12d (She may possibly have been the dau. of Thomas and Sarah Beverly, who are bur. in Salem Cem. There were Fox
families living in that area at the time.)

Row 12 Center Section

Infant son of Henry and Lovina (no date).

Row 8 Center Section

Leonidus - son of Jesse and Elizabeth d.
July-28-1853 - 5y-9m-2d.

(Jesse and Elizabeth (Mullen) Fox are bur. in West Lawn Cem. - Hagerstown, IN.)

Row 9 Center Section

Martha dau. of James and Hannah
(FOX ?) d. May-21-1860 5y-1m.

Row 8 South Section
In 1985 stone no. 26 from north

FRANKLIN

Robert (b. probably in Grayson Co., Va.
Oct-31-1799) d. June-20-1884 84y-8m-20d.

m. (1) in Va. Nov-9-1820 to
Lydia Brown who died at the age of 50.

m. (2) June-21-1848 to
Sallie (Sarah) wife of Robert Franklin
(According to Centerville, IN., Old Settler's Meetings records, she was b. Kanawha Co., VA. Nov-6-1809 - d. Aug-19-1895) (Dau. of Levi M. and Mary (Thomas) Jones. She was m. (1) Feb-23-1832 to John Boggs, a constable in Centerville.)

Row 3 Center Section

H(enry) J. (b. @ Jan-20-1835) d. June-7-
1888 53y-4m-18d (son of Robert and Lydia (Brown) Franklin.)

m. Aug-17-1856 to
Amanda (b. @ Jan-31-1835)
d. Sept-5-1905 70y-7m-5d (dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth (Williams) Pike. Amanda m. (2) Feb-12-1897 to Calvin W. Russell, a minister in the Friends Church. See Calvin W. Russell.)

Row 12 North Section

Dr. John C(alvin b. May-13) 1870 (d.
Sept-26) 1940 (Veterinarian - son of Henry and Amanda (Pike) Franklin.)

m. to
Mary M. (b. Mar-29) 1872 (d. June-1)
1952 (dau. of Thomas and Mary (Hardwick) Rash.)

Row 1 North Section

Clyde (b. Aug-11) 1896 (d. Oct-20)
1918 No. 4739599 - Bat. B 70th F.A. (never married - d. of pneumonia - son of John and Mary Franklin.

Row 1 North Section

Charles W(alter - b. July-10) 1893 - (d.
Mar-31) 1966 (son of Dr. John C. & Mary (Rash) Franklin.

m. Nov-(?) -1916 to)
Fauntella M(anzella - b. Oct-6) 1898 -
(d. Feb-24) 1963 (dau. of Lon & Minnie (York) Hardwick..)

Eugene (b. Sept-6) 1917 d. May-8-2005  (son of Charles
W. & Fauntella (Hardwick) Franklin.) 87 yrs

m. May-16-1943 to
June M. (b. June-14) 1922
(dau. of Kelso & Elsie (Veal) Mendenhall.)

Row 14 South Section Lot 12

Etta F. (b. Vermillion Co., Ind. Apr-28)
1864 (d. July-17) 1941 (dau. of Abiather and Eliza (Moore) Lamb.)

m. June-13-1888 to
William A. Franklin who d. about 1898, he was son of Henry and Amanda (Pike) Franklin.

Row 12 North Section

Robert H. (b. July-17-1891)
Indiana Pvt. U.S. Army d. Mar-5-1939 (son of William A. and Etta F. (Lamb) Franklin.)

Row 12 North Section

FRAZIER

Arthur Owen - no stone - Death record
states he was buried at Sugar Grove - b. Dec-26-1851 d. Marion Co., Ind. Jan-23-1925 son of James and Mary (Owen) Frazier.

m. Wayne Co. Feb-24-1872 to
Martha (Mariah b. Wayne Co. July-2)
1851 (d. Marion Co., IN Mar-2) 1908 (dau. of James Taylor and
Sarah (Veal) Nicholson.)

Row 15 North Section

FREEMAN

Bert F. (b. Harrisonville, Mo., Apr-7)
1881 (d. Feb-8) 1957 (son of George and ? ( ) Freeman.

m. to)
Elizabeth (b. Dec-9) 1889 (d. July-28)
1963 (dau. of James and Nancy Ellen (Coon) Farr.)

Row 19 South Section
Lot 56 South 1/2

Children of Bert and Elizabeth
James O(scar) b. Feb-19-1917 d. May-24-
1918.

Row 16 Center Section

Thelma b. Sept-20-1927 d. Oct-29-1928
1y-1m-9d.

No Stone

Frank (truck driver - b. Nov-16) 1924
(d. Feb-15) 1985.

Stearl George b. (May-8) 1908 d. (Nov-
15) 1982 (never married - Both he and Frank sons of Bert and Elizabeth (Farr) Freeman.)

Row 19 South Section
South 1/2 Lot 55

Bonnie A. (b. July-23) 1933 (d. Oct-24)
1985 (dau. of Bert and Elizabeth (Farr) Freeman.)

Row 18 North Section
South 1/2 Lot 38

Larry Eugene b. Feb-4-1939 d. Feb-13-
1939 (son of Fred C. Lehue and Ruby Freeman.)

No stone

FRENCH

Francis (no date) 2nd Lt. Co. E,
69th Ind. Inf. (Enlisted Aug. 1862, for three years. Promoted to 2nd Lt. Was taken prisoner at Richmond, Ky. exchanged and resigned, resided in Williamsburg.)

Row 13 Center Section

Sarah A. (no stone) b. Aug-24-1857 d.
Nov-29-1924 dau. of John and Martha (Hollingsworth) Ball, both b. N.C.

See Gilmore - Sarah Amanda

Row 1 Center Section

FULTON

Forrest E(merson b. Nov-3) 1899 (d.
July-13) 1949 (son of Wilbur and Mary Jane (Parshall) Fulton.)

m. July-8-1922 to
Letha (b. July-15) 1903 (d. Feb-23)
19(71 dau. of Eli and Laura (McMeans) Bane. m. (2) to James A. son of John J. and Luella (Hoover) Kortright. James A. later m. to Betty June (Knose) Gray. Letha and James A. Kortright are bur. at Chester.)

Row 12 Stone 42

Forrest E. Jr. (b. July-6) 1924 (d. Dec-
14) 1937.

Row 15 Stone 26

Donald Lewis (b. @ 1928) d. September 8, 1996, 68 yrs

FUNK

Sarah (Jane Watkins) wife of Christopher
d. Mar-20-1881 - 35y-10m-21d.

(m. Oct-21-1869) to
(Christopher Funk).

Charley - son of CJ & SJ - Mar-20-1874
2y-18d.

Oliver - son of CJ & SJ - d. Apr-11-1875
1m-18d.

Row 3 North Section

GARHART

H. Stanley (b. Mar-29) 1897 (d. Feb-1)
1985.

m. Mar-25-1983 to
Garnet C. (b. Feb-22) 1904 d. February 16, 2001, 96 yrs
(dau. of Rev. David Perry and Della (Baird)
Coddington. Garnet's first husband was Bill Crane.)

Row 19 North Section Lot 65

GIBSON

Clara B. b. (Aug-3) 1877 d. (Jan-17)
1917 (dau. of James and Sarah (Yeargen?) Farr.

m. May-2-1900 to Harry b. July-25-
1879 d. Feb-19-1958 - son of Jefferson and ? ( ) Gibson.)

Row 16 South Section

GILMER - GILMORE

GILMER

John b. in County Down, Ireland Aug-
15-1812 d. Oct-18-1875 63y-2m-3d.

m. (1) to
Ellen Dunbar who (according to CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS OF WAYNE COUNTY by Beverly Yount) d. in 1854.

m. (2) Sept-11-1875 to
Rachel Swaine.

(Family records state that John was a starch maker in Ireland. Starch was made from potatoes and when that crop failed during the "potato famine", he went to Scotland. While there he met and married Ellen Dunbar. She is thought to have died before he and their sons came to the United Sates at the same time and in company with the Wm. Sharp family, both of whom came to this area. John found employment at a starch factory in Richmond (just across the road from the present Reid Hospital) and later bought a farm in the Sugar Grove vicinity. Here he bought and trained western horses and was killed when on of the horses knocked him down and trampled him.)

Row 7 North Section

John D(unbar b. County Down, Ireland
July-9) 1849 (At the age of 5, he came to the United States with his father and brother, James. d. near Greens Fork, IN Oct-31) 1926 (son of John and Ellen (Dunbar) Gilmer. He was a "bound boy" -
"bound out" to a family living in Randolph County, IN. They treated him very well and he always esteemed them highly.

m. Oct-30-1874 to )
Ann E. (b. Nov-14) 1849 (in or near
Greensboro, N.C. d. Apr-4) 1932 (She and her brother, William, came to Indiana soon after the Civil War, and made their home with the Joseph Lamb family, but worked out most of the time. Their parents were Newton and Martha (Taylor) Swaim.)

Row 1 South Section

Children of John and Ann

Maggie (Margaret) d. Aug-16-1894 8yr-
8m-4d.

Row 7 North Section

Infant son of John and Ann (no date).

Row 6 Center Section

Merritt J(oseph) b. 1877 (d. Sept-17)
1956 (son of John D. and Ann E. (Swaim) Gilmer.)

m. June-29-1904 at Hamilton Co.,OH to
Jennie ( ) 1876 - 1959 (dau. of Logan and Margaret ( ) Lanham.)

Row 15 South Section Lot 15

Albert (b. Apr-16-1883 - (d. Mar-21)
1961 (son of John D. and Ann E. (Swaim) Gilmer.

m. (1) Nov-9-1905 to)
Zora wife of Albert (b. Nov-6) 1881 -
(d. May-15) 1918 (dau. of Milton and Adaline (Wilson) Cain.

m. (2) Apr-3-1920 to
Fannie Evelyn b. Oct-15-1886 - d. Nov-21-1959, dau. of William and Martha (Bond) Horrell. Fannie is bur. in the Earlham Cem.)

Row 1 Center Section

J(ohn) Newton (b. July-13) 1890 (d.
Apr-21) 1964 (Former Clay Twp. Trustee - son of John D. and Ann (Swaim) Gilmer.
m. Oct-30-1913 to
Avis S(ybil) (b. at the "Poor House" near
Sedan, county seat of Chautauqua Co., Kansas Apr-1) 1892 d. (Oct-13) 1986 At the time she was born, her father, Charles S. Veal, was superintendent of the County Farm, and her mother, Mary (Oler) Veal, managed all the cooking and housekeeping. They left there when Avis was 4 years old - a move her mother described as one of those "blessed events".)

Row 15 South Section Lot 14

Mary A. (b. 5-11-1915; d. 10-28-2001) 86 yrs
dau. of Fred & Laura Beeson. Wife of John C. Gilmer (d. 2-23-1998).

John C. (b. @1915) d. February 23, 1998, 83 yrs.

Row 15, North 1/2 Lot 14

GILMORE

James (b. Ireland) 1852 (d. of TB June-
27) 1900 (48y-6m-23d - son of John and Ellen (Dunbar) Gilmer - both b. Ireland.

m. Sept-11-1875 to
Sarah Amanda Ball.)

William (b. Ind.) 1877 (d. Feb-16) 1901
(son of James, b. Ireland, and Sarah Amanda (Ball), b. Ind., Gilmore.

m. June-10-1899 to
Huldah ( ) b. Oct-23-1881 d. Jan-25-1935 - dau. of Leroy and Lydia (Gwinn) Retz. She m. (2) Apr-6-1912 to George W. Hoffman b. 1880 d. 1942. George and Huldah are bur. at Earlham.)

Row 1 Center Section

Sarah Amanda - wife of James (b. Aug-
24) 1857 (d. Nov-29) 1924 (dau. of John and Martha (Hollingsworth) Ball.)

m. (1) Sept-11-1875 to
James Gilmore, son of John and Ellen (Dunbar) Gilmer.

m. (2) to
? French.

Row 1 Center Section

Frank (b. Sept-9) 1875 (death certificate says 1876) (d. Apr-14) 1927 (son of James, b. Ireland, and Sarah Amanda (Ball) Gilmore.)

m. July-28-1900 to
Orie C. (b. Oct-16) 1876 (death
certificate says 1878 and gives her age at death as 95) (d. May-12) 1974 (dau. of Leroy and Lydia (Gwinn) Retz.)

Robert A. (b. Oct-24) 1907 (d. Jan-9)
1914 (son of Frank and Orie (Retz) Gilmore.)

Row 1 Center Section

GILREATH

James

m. to
Sharon (b. ) d. Dec-21-2005, 52 yrs.

Lot 33 2nd Addn.

GRADY

Harry W. (b. ) d. Sep-29-2006, 61 yrs.

Lot

GREENSTREET

In memory of
Jesse d. Feb-26-1843 62y-9m-19d
(Young's History of Wayne County - 1872 - Perry Twp., page 306, reads in part: 'In the west and north west part of the township, Jesse Greenstreet, a Carolinian, from Ky., about 1815, settled on the township west line.' He was an early member of the Methodist Episcopal Church which was formed in or about the year 1817.

No reference was made to a wife or children.)

Row 7 South Section

Obs'n (Osborn) d. July-10-1847 37y

m. (Oct-2-1831 to
Cyrene Howell b. June-4-1811 Elk Mills, IN d. at Perry, Dallas Co., Iowa Oct-29-1890. Data from Family records.)

Row 7 South Section

Rena Pearl - dau. of Jesse and Emeline d.
Oct-8-1880 - 4y-1m-13d (Parents: Jesse Greenstreet m. July-19-1855 to Emeline Manning. They are bur. in Economy Cem.)

Row 7 South Section

GRIFFETH

Ethel Bane b. ( ) 1903 (d. Feb-7) 1952
(auto accident in Cincinnati, Ohio - dau. of Elias and Sophrona Bane.)

Row 17 Center Section

Lula Dean (b. Mar-16) 1870 (d. May-
8) 1958 (dau. of Horace and Mary ( ) Faucett.)

m. (1) June-18-1890 to
Horace Wilbur Dean (see Dean) who died in 1909.

m. (2) Mar-2-1918 to
Abraham L. Griffeth.

Row 12 North Section

GUNCKLE

Elijah d. May-27-1865 47y

m. (May-12-1860 to
Angeline Robbins.

The 1860 Wayne Co. Census shows them living in Perry Twp., gives their ages as 36 and 34 and lists their birth place as Ohio.)

Infant son of Elijah and Angeline d. 1861
(no age).

Row 11 North Section

HARRIS

Rev. M(ilton) R. (Minister in the United
Brethren Church.) b. Nov-13-1825 d. July-10-1892 (son of James and Naomi (Lewis) Harris.

m. (1) Oct-21-1847 to)
Matilda b. Apr-14-1830 d. Dec-6-1872
(dau. of Daniel and Mary (Elliot) Bradbury.)

m. (2) ( ) to
Mary (Wright) McCowan.)

Willie son of M. and M. b. Mar-6-1863
d. Mar-22-1863.

Row 11 Center Section

Daniel W(ebster b. Dec-18) 1849 (d.
Nov-26) 1935 (son of Milton R. and Matilda (Bradbury) Harris.)
m. Apr-24-1872 to
Lusetta (J. b. Feb-16) 1851 (d. Oct-1)
1935 (dau. of Wm. R. and Mary E. (Smith) Hall.)

Orville D. 1885 - 1920 (son of Daniel
and Lusetta (Hall) Harris.)

Row 11 Center Section

Walter M (b. Apr-4) 1873 (d. June-
26) 1936 (son of D. W. and Lusetta (Hall) Harris.

m. Oct-14-1896 to)
Nora Z ( ) (b. Oct-16) 1877 (d.
June-11) 1951 (dau. of Joseph L. and Olive (Stevens) King.)

Children of Walter and Nora

Isadora Genevieve (b. June-14) 1897 (d.
Aug-2) 1909 12y-1m-19d

Violet Aretha (b. Sept-12) 1899 (d.
Feb-10) 1912 12y-4m-28d.

Olive (b. Dec-11) 1901 (d. Jan-26)
1981.

Row 2 North Section

Everett - son of (Wm. C.) and Ethel (Oler)
Harris b. Nov-22-1897 d. Dec-5-1897 13d (Wm. C. (Bill) was the son of D.W. and Lusetta (Hall) Harris. Ethel was the dau. of Lewis and Betsy Jane (Brooks) Oler. Wm. and Ethel moved to Oregon in the mid 1930s. She is bur. there. He remarried, returned to Ind. and is bur. at Middletown.)

Row 2 Center Section

Cardinal B. (b. May-3) 1910 d.( )1949
(son of Wm. C. and Ethel (Oler) Harris.)

m. Feb-15-1929 to
Ola May Talbert b. Feb-8-1910.

Row 12 South Section

Benjamin (b. Mar-29) 1889 (d. Mar-
28) 1973 (son of D.W. and Lusetta (Hall) Harris.

m. (1) Dec-28-1912 to)
Eunice I(rene b. VA. June-2) 1889 (d.
Feb-3) 1968 (dau. of Joseph Campbell and Isabelle (Thomas) Wilson, both b. VA.)

m. (2) Dec-6-1968 to
Nannie K(atherine Wilson b. VA. Mar-9) 1894 (d. July-21) 1985 (She taught school for several years in VA. and was a sister to Eunice. She and her brother, David Wilson, share a stone.)

Row 18 Center Section

Children of Benjamin and Eunice

Helen Wilson (b. Oct-2) 1914 (d. Feb-2)
1917.

Gene Hall (b. Mar-28) 1919 (d. Aug-3)
1920.

Row 18 Center Section

HARTZELL

John A. (b. Kansas) April-28-1880 d.
Feb-8-1956 (son of Samuel who was a sherriff for some years in Kansas) and Emma ( ) Hartzell.) His stone reads:

John A. Hartzell
Kansas
Cpl. Co. D 17th Infantry Regt.
April 28, 1880 Feb. 8, 1956

m. Feb-23-1911 to
Grace F. (b. near Hewins, Kan.) April-1-
1889 d. July-27-1969 (dau. of Charles and Mary (Oler) Veal.)

Row 14 South Section Lot 6

Helen inf. dau. of J.A. and G.F. d. Dec-1-
1911 (no age given.)

Row 6 Center Section

(In 1913, John was employed by Standard Oil and sent to Rumania to work in their oil fields there. He was accompanied by his wife and small daughter, Mary Louise. In 1916, when Rumania entered World War I, they had to flee. Grace was suspected of being a spy and getting out was difficult, but they made their way north through Russia into the Arctic Circle countries. Two months after leaving Rumania they arrived safely in New York City and called their anxious families two days before Thanksgiving. Some time later John was inducted into the U. S. Army.)

HATFIELD

Jonas (b. Ohio May-11-1811) d. Sept-19-
1901 - 90y-4m-8d (son of Thomas, b. Ky., and Sarah (Brown), b. Ga., Hatfield.

m. Oct-17-1833 to)
Eliza - wife (b. Penn. Jan-7-1815) d. Apr-
7-1880 - 65y-3m (dau. of James, b. Del., and Frances (Shank), b. Penn., Dougherty.)

Row 14 Center Section

Oliver J(efferson b. Aug-27) 1851 (d.
Mar-18) 1927 (son of Jonas and Eliza (Dougherty) Hatfield

m. (1) Jan-13-1875 to)
Katie (Catherine) wife of Oliver d. Sept- 23-1877 21y-2m-3d (dau. of Adam and Clarissa (Brown) Reinheimer. It was thought that Katie died from the shock of learning of her sister, Nettie Ellen's death, which occurred earlier the same day.)

Row 14 Center Section

m. (2) Oct-6-1881 to
Mary Ellen - b. Apr-14-1853 - d. Dec-9-1928 - bur. at Salem Cem. - dau. of Henry and Mary Ann (Allen) Manifold.

HAYS

Alexander (b. N.C.) d. Mar-20-1885 -
63y-2m-10d.
m. (1) Mar-26-1846 to)
Malinda (b. Apr-20-1825) - d. July-11-
1866 41y-3m-9d (dau. of Absolom and Sarah (Shaffer) Hoover)

m. (2) May-7-1868 to
Esther Ann McCullough b. Oct-22-1836 - d. Feb-25-1925. Buried in Olive Branch Cem., north east of Hagerstown. Dau. of James and Elizabeth McCullough.)

Row 8 North Section

Flag denoting Veteran Stephen Pvt. 28th Inf. Ky. (b. Feb-13)
1875 (d. July-1) 1939 (The death certif. gives his age as 54y-4m-18d in which case he would have been b. in 1885 instead of 1875 as the stone says. Son of John and Kate (McIntosh) Hays.

m. ( ) to
Frankie (Campbell) Landrum. See Frankie Powell.)

Row 11 South Section

HAYES

John Marvin b. (June-5) 1913 d. (June-4)
1983 (son of Stephen and Frankie (Campbell) Hayes.)

Row 19 North Section
North 1/2 Lot 64

HILL

George L(indley b. near Lynn, Ind. Sept-
27-1879 d. Apr-22) 1951 (son of Hiram and Arcadia (Cox) Hill.

m. Nov-8-1900 to)
(Cora) Olive L(ove b. near Lynn, Ind.
June-1) 1884 (d. Jan-28) 1978 (dau. of Albert and Clara (Moody) Love.)

Row 13 South Section Lot 8

Timmie D. (b @1961) d. September 2, 2000, 39 yrs

Row 19, North 1/2 Lot 53

HILLAN

Maud 1877 - 1912
(Beverly Yount gives her maiden name as Fewell and a marriage date of Dec-24-1901 to Harvey Hillan. There is an Elliot Fewell bur. a short distance away.)

Row 14 South Section

HOBBS

(Fleet) Stickley (b. Va. April-14) 1905
d. (Aug-10) 1990 (son of Stephen J. and Louisa (Parsons) Hobbs, both b. Va.

m. Feb-2-1929 to)
Thelma (Pauline b. Va. Oct-18) 1911
(dau. of Henderson Monroe, b. Va., and Lula (Smith), b. Ind., Turner)

Row 17 North Section
South 1/2 of Lot 36

HOLCOM

George M. son of Jonathon and Dinah d.
Sept-11-1853 2y-6m-26d.

(This stone was found but the location of the grave is unknown)

HOLCOMB

George - son of Absalom and Anna d.
Sept-6-1856 - 2m-2d.

Row 9 Center Section

David Lee b. Nov-18-1904 d. Aug-
18-1988 (son of Robert and Sarah (Taylor) Holcomb.)

m. ( ) to
Inez L. ( ) b. July-28-1913 d. Mar-7-
1988 (dau. of Ray and Jeanette (Dale) Dumford.)

Row 17 North Section

Charles Lee (b. May-4) 1930 (d. June-
8) 1943. (son of David and Inez.)

Row 15 North Section

HOLLAND

James C. b. (June-5) 1923 d. (Oct-10)
1987 (son of Hargis and Vannie (Burke) Holland.

m. (1) to
Nadine Wines.

m. (2) to
Elsie, dau. of Taylor and Lizzie (Morris) Griffeth.)

Row 17 North Section

HOPPER

Rebecca Robinson (b. (Hasewell was 
copied from the death record. Probably it should be Tazewell) VA. Apr-15) 1906 (d. July-9) 1928 (Wayne County records give her name as Reba G., and her husband's as Henry Hopper. She was the dau. of John H., b. N.C., and Anna (Tibbs), b. Marion, VA, Robinson.)

Row 9 South Section

HURST ?

(This stone was very difficult to read but as nearly as could be determined says:)

Flag denoting Veteran Cary or Gary C. d. Mar-2-1862 35y-
1m-20d 41st Reg. 2nd Cavalry Ind. Comp. F (Wayne Co. Marriage records list a Carey Hurst and Kesiah Cain marrried Jan-29-1846.)

Row 6 Center Section

Perry - (b. Tenn.) d. Feb-22-1893 -
79y-3m (son of Jas. Hurst, b. Tenn., mother's name not given.)

m. Mar-1-1832 to
Sarah - wife d. Nov-7-1892 - 83y-1m-
6d. (b. N.C. dau. of Jonathon Cain, b. Tenn. Her mother was born N.C. but her name not recorded. See Milton Cain.)

Row 13 North Section

Elina bur. Sept-11-1903 5m dau. of
Carey and Jennett (Bell) Hurst. No stone - information from Wayne Co. Death Records.

HOUSER

Blanchard (b. Va.) 1891 (d. Oct-27)
1967 (age 76).

m. (Jan-11-1912 to )
Nora A. (b. Bristol, Va. Oct-14) 1893
(d. Oct-5) 1976 (dau. of William and Harriet (Kendrick) Barker.)

Row 14 South Section
South 1/2 of Lot 9

Doris Jane (b. Apr-7-1934 - d. Apr-15-
1934 dau. of Blanchard and Nora.)

James A. (b. Va. May-27) 1915 (single
d. Aug-24) 1943 (son of Blanchard and Nora.)

Row 15 South Section

JACKSON

Warder J. (b. Jan-3) 1882 (d. Jan-2)
1978 (son of James and Carrie (Trueblood) Jackson.

m. Sept-22-1906 to)
Reba M. (b. Aug-4) 1887 (d. Apr-6)
1951 (dau. of Alves and Susan (Shoemaker) Mendenhall.)

Row 17 Center Section Lot 29

James A. (b. July-11) 1917 (d. July-1)
1987 (son of Warder and Reba (Mendenhall) Jackson.)

m. ( ) to
Margaret E. Carrington (b. Aug-7)
1921 (dau. of Oliver, b. Ind., and Gladys (Makin), b. Pa., Ricks.)

Row 19 Center Section
South 1/2 Lot 63

Warder Earl b. June-6-1921 d. Feb-17-
1995 (son of Warder J. and Reba (Mendenhall) Jackson.)

m. ( ) to
Martha Maxine Ricks.

Row 18 South 1/2 of
North 1/2 of Lot 69

JONES

Catherine See Cuneo.

KING

Daisy (Nannetta b. Dec-13) 1874 (d.
May-22) 1919 (dau. of James M. and Amanda M. (Veal) Oler.

m. Aug-7-1901 to
Charles W. King - b. Jan-29-1874 - d. June-13-1915. He was a rural mail carrier at Centerville, Ind. - she was a school teacher.)

Row 6 South Section

KORDELL

Bessie L. b. July-26-1878 d. June-1-
1905 dau. of Alfred, b. N.C., and Matilda (Edwards), b. Ind., Martin.

m. Oct-18-1900 to
James F. Kordell.

No stone - data from Wayne County records.)

LADD

Hannah - wife of Cicero and dau. of John
and Martha (Lamb) Bailey - d. Jan-25-1865 - 34y-7m-3d (Hannah and Cicero were m. Mar-13-1851. No stone or death record has been found for him. According to the 1850 Census, he was probably the son of William and Isabel (Boyd) Ladd who were m. Dec-8-1825 - Wayne Co. Marriage Records.)

Martha - dau. of C. and H. d. Aug-6-1868
(stone broken).

Row 9 Center Section

(There is a stone between the two Ladd stones that seems to be out of place.)

LAKE

Hiram C. (b. in Ky. Jan-19) 1898 - (d.
Dec-18) 1963 (son of Santford and Mary Lake.

m. Nov-19-1919 in Covington, Ky to)
Lottie (b. near Berea, Ky. Aug-7) 1904 d. September 29, 2001, 97 yrs
(dau. of Ambrose and Dora (Lainhart) Powell.)

Row 13 South Section
North 1/2 Lot 5

LAMB

Learning who many of the Lambs buried at Sugar Grove Cemetery were has taken much research. Data from Kenneth J Nicholson of Mesa, Arizona, and from Robert Peirce of near Dalton, Ind., has been of immense value. Several descendents of Thomas and Hannah (Lewis) Lamb are interred here (Thomas and Hannah are buried at Williamsburg.) Joseph Lamb and many of his family are also buried at Sugar Grove. Apparently Thomas and Joseph were cousins. Individuals are listed as belonging to the (Thomas family) or the (Joseph family). The possible relationship is charted on the next page, and is a part of a chart by Robert Peirce.

Henry Lamb Joseph
Planter from b. 1737
Nansemond, Pa. to m. Frances Henry* Joseph+
Perquimans Co. NC Beeson m. Ann Dennis
2/4/1739, b. 1697
d. 2/10/1761
m. 1 Guliema
m. 2 Elizabeth Jacob
b. 1743 Thomas
Tradition says m. Sarah Stone m. Hannah Lewis
Henry Lamb was
from Scotland where he learned the glovemaker's *This Henry could be the one who married Ann trade. Dennis and was the father of Joseph.+

Data from KJN dated 6 Oct. 1984 reads
quote:

A Joseph Lamb mar. Lidya Addison in
Randolph Co. N.C. (just south and adjacent to Guilford Co.) 20 Nov. 1806. Samuel Addison, Bondsman (likely father or brother) with E. Mendenhall witness. There were many Lambs but no other Joseph. (I have the same information from Howard P. Addison - Addison Family Researcher. Robert Peirce has her name as Lydia Adamson. FFW)

The 1815 Tax List shows a Joseph Lamb
in Capt. Swaim's District (NW part of Randolph Co., and adjacent to Guilford Co.) he with 95 acres, smallest of 15 Lamb farms. Largest was Albert Lamb with 500 acres.

The 1820 Census of Census of Randolph
Co. N.C. shows Joseph Lamb with 98 acres on Polecat Creek which runs south out of Guilford Co. near Jamestown, value $200. There are 12 Lambs enumerated all on Polecat Creek, highest value $700., lowest $100. Four Lambs did not own land. There was 1 white poll on each farm. Polecat Creek is a tributary of Deep River, Quaker Country. End of quote.

From Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy - North Carolina Center Monthly Meeting - Guilford County - N.C. - page 638:

Lamb 1829-4-18 Joseph and family
granted certificate to Vermillion Monthly Meeting Indiana.

1829-4-18 Lydia wife of Joseph and daus. Esther and Mourning granted certificate to Vermillion M.M. Indiana.

No further data was found in Quaker records.

From the History of Wayne County (IND.)
1872 by Andrew W. Young:

Clay Township - p 199
Joseph Lamb, from North Carolina, settled, in 1829 on land adjoining

Perry (Twp.), where he died in 1855, at the age of 73.

Perry Twp. - p 306
In the south-east corner of the township, Thomas Lamb, from NC, about 1812 or 1813.

Joseph (b. probably N.C., Mar-25-1782)
d. 29th day of the 7th month 1855 73y-4m-4d (son of Henry and Ann (Dennis) Lamb.

m. Randolph Co. N.C. Nov-20-1806 to
Lidya Addison. A Lydia Lamb, wife of Joseph d. Nov-11-18__ (year illegible) 51y-1m-3d, is buried in the Economy Cemetery, NW of Economy, IN. Her death probably occurred between 1835 and 1840.)

Row 8 Center Section

Abiather (A-bi-a-ther) V.(eal b. IN Oct-7-
1830) d. Nov-3-1894 64y-26d. (Son of Ezekiel b. N.C. (a son of Joseph) and Rachel (Adamson) Lamb, who were m. in Wayne Co., IN, Dec-13-1829.

m. (1) in Randolph Co., IN to
Elzina (also listed as Eliza or Elizabeth) Moore - probably a dau. of William and Jiney Moore living in Stoney Creek Twp. Sometime during the 1860s Abiather and his family moved to Vermillion Co. IN, for residence. After the death of his wife, he brought his children back to this area, returning in a four horse covered wagon.

m. (2) Oct-31-1874 to
Mary Ann b. Mar-22-1841 d. Apr-19-
1927 dau. of James Taylor and Sarah (Veal) Nicholson. Mary Ann m. (1) to Marquis D. son of Joseph and Sarah (Murray) Nicholson. They were later divorced. Her death certificate states she was bur. in Sugar Grove Cem. There is no stone having her name on it.

Row 4 North Section

Joseph L. son of A.V. and Elzina d. Dec-
26-1874 7y-5m-17d.

Row 7 Center Section

Azel E. (Joseph Family) b. Ind. Mar-10-
1838 d. May-20-1922 (CDR) - son of Elias (a son of Joseph) and Susannah (Bish) Lamb (1850 Census Wayne Co.) No stone.

m. (1) Dec-22-1859 to
Sarah Ann b. Mar-3-1841 d. Mar-2-1894
dau. of John and Martha (Lamb - Thomas Family) Bailey.

m. (2) ( ) to
Caroline b. Feb-25-1853 d. May-7-1916 dau. of Abram, b. Ind., and Mary (Bower), b. Del., Smith. Caroline is bur. at Nettle Creek Friends Cem. near Hagerstown, Ind.

John B. son of A. E. and S. A. d. Nov-
30-1887 22y-11m-8d.

Row 14 Center Section

Joseph (Jr. b. N.C.) d. Apr-4-1890 -
71y-3m (son of Joseph Sr. and Lidya (Addison) Lamb.

m. Dec-23-1841 to)
Phebe (b. May-18-1819 Ohio) d. Dec-
25-1902 83y-7m-7d (dau. of Benjamin and Sarah (Shively) Ballenger. Phebe was a sister to Elizabeth, wife of Adam Oler.)

Row 3 North Section

Morrison son of Joseph and Phebe d.
Jan-16-1875 28y-2m-13d

Row 7 Center Section

Charles A. b. Dec-17-1850 d. May-10-
1897 (son of Joseph Jr. and Phebe.)

Row 14 North Section

Mary J. (Joseph Family) dau. of Ithamer
(I-tha-mer) (a son of Joseph) and Margarett (Fox) Lamb d. Apr-2-1865 13y-11m-2d. (Ithamer and Margarett and perhaps some of their family later moved to Kansas.)

Row 8 Center Section

Jane A. (Mendenhall), wife of W(illiam) H. (Joseph Family) d. Feb-21-1880 18y-5m-5d (m. Feb-8-1878. The 1880 Census lists Wm. H. Lamb, b. Ind., age 23 and Effie J. Lamb, b. Ind., age 3/12 (3 mo), no relationship stated, as living with Elmir Mendenhall in Perry Twp. Wayne Co., In. Elsewhere in the same Census she is listed as the granddaughter of Elmir Mendenhall.)

Row 7 Center Section

Milo (b. June-5-1811) d. May-29-1888 -
76y-11m-24d (son of Thomas & Hannah (Lewis) Lamb.

m. (1) Sept-25-1835 to)
Susan - wife of Milo (b. Nov-15-1815)
d. Mar-26-1875 - 59y5m-11d (dau. of John (Revolutionary War soldier) & Susannah (Henley) Cain.)

m. (2) Oct-22-1877 to
Julia Ann (Givens) Thornburgh, widow of Walter Thornburgh who d. Dec. 1851.)

Row 8 North Section

William S(tarbuck (Thomas Family) b.
Feb-12) 1838 (d. Sept-18) 1917 (son of Milo and Susan (Cain) Lamb.

m. (1) Oct-19-1858 to)
Mary (Edwards) wife of William (b. Sept-
3-1843) d. Sept-5-1866 23y-2d (The 1850 Perry Twp. Wayne Co., IN. Census lists a Mary E. age 6, dau. of Temple and Rebecca (Pierce) Edwards.)

m. (2) Feb-2-1868 to)
Polly A. wife of William (b. July-17)
1844 (d. Jun-5) 1906 (dau. of John Jr. and Cynthia (Johnson) Bish.) (William and Polly share a stone. Mary has a separate one.)

Arthur - son of Wm. and Mary d. Aug-21-
1866 10m-19d.
Row 7 Center Section

Claude V. son of Wm. and Polly (b. Oct-
30) 1874 (d. Mar-7) 1909.
Row 6 North Section

Milo (Thomas Family) (never married)
1872 (d. Aug-16) 1951 (son of William S. and Polly A. (Bish) Lamb.)

Row 17 South Section Lot 26

Herman L. (Thomas Family) 1881
(d. ) 1954 (son of William S. and Polly A. (Bish) Lamb.

m. ( ) to
Ruby E. (b. Witchita, Kan. Mar-6) 1888
(d. May-22) 1974 (dau. of William and Nannie (Williams) Cole.)

Row 17 South Section Lot 26

(Thomas) Merritt (Thomas Family) (b.
Dec-1) 1839 (d. May-19) 1923 (son of Milo & Susan (Cain) Lamb.

m. Oct-15-1864 to)
Sarah E. (b. May-16) 1845 (d. Apr-14)
1914 (dau. of Joseph Lamb, b. N.C., & Susan Lamb, b. Ohio.)

Row 3 Center Section

Orris - son of Merritt d.( )1877 4m?-9d.

Infant dau. of Merritt & Sarah date on
stone not legible.

Row 7 North Section

Charlie (Thomas Family) (b. Nov-12) 1882 (d. Dec-10) 1946 (son of Merritt and Sarah (Lamb) Lamb.
m. Sept-6-1902 to)
Carrie L. (b. Dec-21) 1883 (d. May-14)
1960 (dau. of Calvin and Mary Jane (Cain) Oler.)

Row 16 South Section Lot 17

John H(enderson (Thomas Family) b.
Feb-21) 1844 (d. May-12) 1917 (son of Milo and Susan (Cain) Lamb.

m. ( ) to)
Leanna (b. Oct-15) 1848 d. ( ) 1931
(dau. of Elias (Joseph Family) and Susanna (Bish) Lamb.)

Row 2 Center Section

Little Corwin son of J. H. and L. Lamb
d. June-30-1880 1y-11m-25d.

Row 7 North Section

LANDIS

Mary (b. in Pa.) Dec-5-1790 - d. Oct-
23-1869 78y-10m-13d (Came from Pa. in 1839 with the Daniel Strickler family and lived with them until her death; a maiden lady whom the children and grandchildren called "Aunt Polly". In all likelihood she was a relative of Daniel as his paternal grandmother was Magdalena Landis Strickler.)

Row 4 Center Section

LIEBERT

Leroy d. Nov-29-1968 at Henry Co. Hospital at New Castle, IN. Age 88y never married. He is listed in Beverly Yount's Cemetery records, but no stone was found for him when Sugar Grove cemetery stones were read in 1985.

LINDERMAN

Infant Son of B. and L. Dec-4-1883 (no age).

Infant Son of B. and L. April- ? -1887 (no age).

(Barney Linderman m. Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" Franklin Sept-3-1880. Bur. at South Cem. Greens Fork.)

Row 12 North Section

LONG

Joseph b. in Germany Oct-30-1807 d.
Feb-13-1874 67y-3m-14d (The names of his parents and the circumstances of his coming to the U.S.A. are unknown.

m. ( ) to
Mary Ann Loy. A dau., Harriet, was born in 1842 in Ohio, and a son, Amos was b. in 1848 in IN. Nothing further is known of Mary Ann. In the 1860 Census, Joseph and Amos were listed with the Daniel Strickler family, Clay Twp. Harriet was living with the Wm. Fox family, Jefferson Twp. Harriet m. Richard Faucett. Amos eventually became a dentist in Detroit, MI. In the 1870 Census Joseph owned land in Clay Twp., and was living next farm to Harriet and Richard. An article in the Feb-18-1874 issue of THE FRIENDLY VISITOR, predecessor of THE HAGERSTOWN EXPONENT, stated that Joseph Long had drowned while attempting to ride horseback across the rain swollen Greens Fork creek, a mile or so north of Greens Fork (then Washington) and close to where he lived.)

Row 9 North Section

LOVE

Isaac (b. Ind. Aug-27) 1854 (d. Sept-3)
1933 (Son of Lindsey b. N.C. and Ruth (Chamness) Love.)

m. June-13-1874 to
Nancy Jane (b. Tipton Co., Ind. Sept-4)
1857 (d. Sept-8) 1942 (dau. of Nathan and Babara (Davis) Thomas.)

Infant son of Isaac and Jane b. and d. Jan-
11-1878.

Annie Lee dau. of I.A. and N.J. d. Dec-
10-1886 (no age give).

A stone in the Webster Cemetery reads - LOVE - Infant son of Isaac and Jane b. and d. Mar-1-1875.

Row 12 Center & South Section

Thomas C(larence b. Lynn, Ind., Oct-8)
1886 (d. Feb-9) 1950 (son of Thomas Albert and Clara (Moody) Love.

m. at Lynn, Ind. Dec-25-1908? to)
Edna C (b. Lynn, Ind. Mar-5) 1889 (d.
Mar-5) 1976 (dau. of Benjamin Franklin and Hannah (Shugart) Chenoweth.)

Row 14 South Section
North 1/2 Lot 9

WayNet wishes to gratefully acknowledge Marvin Wilson and his sister, Frieda Wilson Newcomer for giving permission to WayNet to post this information complied by their mother, Frances (Fouts) Wilson.  We also thank Jayne Beers for her assistance in bringing this information to our attention.

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