Location: On north side of Boston Mills Road east of Ohio Route 8, next to the Boston Heights Police Department and Town Hall.
History:Fairview Cemetery, northeast of the intersection of Olde Eight and Boston Mills Roads, is maintained by the Village of Boston Heights and the Fairview Cemetery Association. Fairview Cemetery is on land that was once owned by Alfred Wolcott, who arrived in Boston Township in 1806. Fairview Cemetery has also been known as the State Road Cemetery, the Miller's Corners Cemetery and was formerly known as the East RIchfield Cemetery. The earliest recorded burial in Fairview Cemetery occurred in 1822, but the cemetery was not laid out into graves until 1865. In 1890, the Ladies' Cemetery Association of State Road (later the Fairview Cemetery Association) was formed to raise money to pay for Memorial Day activities. This group met twice a month to make quilts to sell with the proceeds going to the benefit of the cemetery. The Village of Boston Heights assumed care and maintenance of Fairview Cemetery after the village was incorporated in 1925. However, during the land acquisition phase of the Route 8 improvements in 2006 it was discovered that the title of Fairview Cemetery had never been transferred from Boston Township to the Village of Boston Heights, an oversight which was remedied that same year.
The following listings were copied sometime before 2004 and have not been updated since.
The plat shows the cemetery in three (3) sections, with drives dividing them. Entering at the Southwest corner, the first section is the new part, numbered from the drive to the West line, beginning at Lot 151. From the same drive, going East, are Lots numbered from 1 to 150, running North, then South, alternating, to the Northeast corner. This record begins with Lot 1.
Lot 1 No stones.
CHAPMAN, W. and CHAPMAN, A., his wife. First burials.
HOYT, Nellie, bur. Oct 30 1903, d/o Augustine and Ella (CHAPMAN) HOYT.
HOYT, Ella, bur. July 30 1932, aged 73 yrs, d/o W. and A. CHAPMAN.
CHAPMAN, Maria A., d/o W. and A. CHAPMAN, no stone.
CHAPMAN, Otto, s/o W. and A. CHAPMAN, no stone.
MILLER, W. adjoins V. MILLER lots. No entry
PRATT, Edward G., bur. Dec 24 1926, aged 60 y 9 mo., s/o Lawson and Lucia (BISSELL) PRATT.
PRATT, Alice, his wife, d/o A. N. and Nellie (WELLS) WOLCOTT.
WOLCOTT, Herbert R., 1866 - 1924., s/o A. N. and Nellie (WELLS) WOLCOTT.
WOLCOTT, Alfred R., d. Sept 16 1918, in France, aged 22 y.s/o Herbert R.
PHILLIPS, William, 1844-1900, s/o Philip and Mary PHILLIPS, Romsey Fen, Eng.
PHILLIPS, Sarah N., bur. May 211923, d/o David and Elizabeth (-----) FAULKNER, Bedford Twp. (Cem. Rec.)
(William and Sarah Phillips are parents of Mrs. H. R. WOLCOTT.)
PHILLIPS, Jimmie, bur. Nov 29 1897, s/o William and S. N. (FAULKNER) PHILLIPS
Lots 5 and 8
VIERS, Bazel J., 1829 - Dec 16 1905, s/o Charles and Laura (PATTERSON) VIERS.
VIERS, Lovina, his wife, May 3 1829 - Jan 3 1901, d/o Marvin and Lydia (CORNELL; FORD.
VIERS, Charles E., June 26 1864 - Dec 21 1885, their son.
VIERS, Lida Belle, July 13 1902 - Aug 6 1904, d/o Marvin F. and C. Belle ( ) VIERS
VIERS, Marvin Ford, bur. May 21 1916, s/o B. J. and Lovina (FORD) VIERS. (Cem. Rec.)
VIERS, C. Belle, bur. Aug 4 1933, w/o Marvin F. VIERS. (Cem. Rec.)
VIIERS, Clara A., d/o B. J. and Lovina VIERS, died at 6 y. (History says)
(Daughter: ZINK, Linda M. (VIERS), July 1 1874 - Jan 18 1911)
Lots 6 and 7
RANNEY, Metta (Mary M.), 1866 - 1897, w/o L. K. RANNEY, d/o A. N. and Eliza J. (VIERS-LAMB) OZMUN.
Lot 8 With Lot 5.
VIERS; B. J.
TREAP, Christian. G.A.R. No dates.
TREAP, Harry F., Sp.Am.War, 1872-1921, bur. Aug. 22, s/o Christian and Anna M. (FORD) TREAP.
TREAP, Mary, his wife, 1880-19--.
TREAP, Anna M., bur. Dec 26 1921, w/o Christian TREAP, d/o Marvin and Lydia(CORNELL) FORD.
See Lot 106. (Cem. Rec.)
HUBBARD,Eva (SHIELDS), bur. Dec 7 1927, d/o Allen J. and Clarissa (FORD) SHIELDS (Cem. Rec.)
Lot 15 adjoins this.
SHIELDS (Inf. of A. J. and C. SHIELDS),
Lots 11 and 14 - Large stone.
W. face: MILLER, Volney, July 20 1811 - May 6 1884, s/o Samuel and Sally (OZMUN) MILLER.
MILLER, Susan, June 3 1813 - Jan 2 1893, his wife, d/o Abraham THOMPSON.
(Early Church record gives Susannah, w/o Abraham THOMPSON)
MILLER, Louisa S., Mar 10 1840 - Aug 18 1865, their daughter.
S. face: MILLER, Virgil T., Dec 21 1837 - Aug 8 1896, s/o Volney and Susan (THOMPSON) MILLER.
MILLER, Helen, Nov 28 1842 - May 1, 1912, his wife, d/o Dr. Hial and Sophia (DARROW) DANFORTH.
Samuel Miller died away from here. His wife died at their home, date not known, but does not appear on this Lot. It is possible the small stone marked with a crude "S" on the Lot of her brother, Abraham Ozmun, may be for her. (Lot 112).
S. face: LEWEY, George A., 1820 - 1898.
LEWEY, Betsy Jane, his wife, 1823 - 1896, bur. Oct 31 E. face: Children:
(LEWEY), Phimelia, 1846 - 1905. (LEWEY), Lois Ann, 1848 - 1926.
Claudia Elice, 1864 - 19
WHALEY - Mother.
WHALEY, Roydon, 1899-19.
WHALEY, Gertrude Lois, 1902 - 1926, bur. June 26.
Children of George and Claudia E. (LEWEY) WHALEY.
End of Lot. A. K. an old lady. Mrs. A. KIMBALL. (removed. to this lot May 15 1891)
Lot 14 With Lot 11
SHIELDS, Infant child of A. J. and Clarissa (FORD) SHIELDS.
Lot 16 - 3 stones with only "Grandfather", "Grandmother", and "Dennie". They are:
FORD, Marvin, bur. Dec 23 1901, s/o William and Sally (GAYLORD) FORD:
FORD, Lydia (CORNELL), his wife, date not found.
FORD, Dennis, their son, no dates.
S. face: CLARK, R. P., d. June 22 1871, aged 39 yrs, s/o William N. and Lucasta ( ) CLARK
E. face: CLARK, William N., Dec 28 1811- Nov 1882 (probably b. date wrong)
CLARK, Lucasta, his wife, 1800 - 1872.
N. face: WILLIAMS, Maria T., b. 1824, d. Mar 7 1855, aged 31 yrs,
w/o Geo. WILLIAMS, d/o William N. and Lucasta CLARK
WILLIAMS, Albert, her son, d Jan 7 1855, aged 10
CROFT, DeWitt (or Dwight), 1816 - 1896.
CROFT, Elizabeth, his wife, 1819 - 1889, d/o Leman and Rachel (DEAN) JOHNSON, Goshen, CT.
HORNER, Uriah, d. Mar 2 1893, aged 70 yrs.
WILLIAMS, Sidney C., 1848 - 1910, s/o George and Maria T. WILLIAMS, Lot 17. (His first wife in POST group.)
WILLIAMS, Jennie (LIGHTON), his wife, 1851 - 1910, d/o George LIGHTON and his first wife. (Second wife.)
WILLIAMS, Ray, their son, d. Apr 15 1886, aged 4 y 7 m.
CROFT, C. E.
BAKER, P. Napoleon (POLEY), bur. Mar 7, 1900.
(BAKER, N. B., 1827 - 1899, same as above, it is said. Laid in vault.)
BAKER, Samantha, his wife, 1842 - 1908, d/o
BAKER, Elsworth, b. 1865 - bur. Apr 1895.
BAKER, Mrs. Elsworth, bur. June 21 1895.
BAKER, E's baby, bur. Mar 25 1892, gr c/o N. B. BAKER.
BAKER, E's baby, bur. Dec 17 1892, gr c/o N. B. BAKER.
BAKER, T. B. (He d. before 1925, for his wife d. that year as Widow PENFIELD.)
SWIFT, Henry L., d. Oct 2 1922, aged 63 yrs, h/o Ada BAKER.
BAKER, Arthur N., d. Mar 26 1867, aged 1 y 2 m 27 d, s/o T. B. and Eunice (KEYS) BAKER.
KEYS, Elman, d. June 1 1871, aged 26 yrs.
BAKER-PENFIELD, Eunice (KEYS), bur. Dec 18 1925, aged 79 yrs.
KEYS, Burton C., bur. July 3 1919. (d/o and sons/o Thad and Sarah (JOHNSON) KEYS.
KEYS, Sarah, wife of T. KEYS, bur. Mar 1895, d/o Leman and Rachel (DEAN) JOHNSON, Goshen, CT.
PIPER, Mrs. Mary, no data. (buried Dec 26 1890; infant moved to her side same date)
Lots 26 and 35 - Large stone.
S. face: DRAKE, Joseph, Mar 19 1830 - Mar 5 1905, s/o Nathan and Lisa (BOWKER) DRAKE.
DRAKE, Eleanor (CLEMENT), his wife, Aug 13 1833 - May 3 1926.
W. face: DRAKE, James N., May 19 1822 - Sept 19 1889, s/o N. and L. DRAKE.
DRAKE, Nathan W., s/o Jos. and E. C. DRAKE, Feb 18 1856 - July 14 1872. East of this stone:
CARTER, William, Aug 6 1864 - July 7 1895.
CARTER, Mariamne, Jan 13 1839 - Feb 25 1920, w/o T. Wes. CARTER,
d/o Nathan and Lisa (BOWKER) DRAKE.
CARTER, T. W., no data.
DRAKE, Pinell Pixley, Oct 1871 - Nov 3 1899, adopted s/o Jos. and Eleanor DRAKE.
DRAKE, Lillian, his wife, d/o Albert VIERS.
WOLCOTT, Alfred N., 1840 - 1893, bur. Feb 25, s/o Parmenio and Emeline (TUPPER) WOLCOTT.
WOLCOTT, Young s/o A. N. and Nellie (WELLS) WOLCOTT, bur._________.
WOLCOTT, Nellie (WELLS), bur. Mar 28, 1900, d/o William and Mary (LORD) WELLS.
HATHAWAY, Avis Lenore (WOLCOTT), dau., bur. Apr 8 1924, aged 49 yrs.
Lot 28 Stone.
WOLCOTT, Parmenio, Father, 1815-1871, s/o Alfred and Margaret (CRAIG) WOLCOTT.
WOLCOTT, Emeline, Mother, 1819-June 27, 1894, d/o Simeon TUPPER.
E. face: WOLCOTT, James M., son, no dates.
VAN SCHAICK, Malinda, 1837 - 1907, d/o Parmenio and Emeline WOLCOTT,
and widow of Sylvester P. OZMUN.
VAN SCHAICK, Alonzo, 1849 - 1890, bur. Dec. 11
VAN SCHAICK, Bert, son, bur. Oct 14 1929, aged 51 yrs. (Cem. Rec.)
STECKMAN, Baby (Herman), d. 1889
LIGHTON, George, 1815 - 1893.
LIGHTON, Samantha, Mother, 1826 1909, (second wife), d/o Lyman and Malinda ( ) BYRUM
Lot 33 - Large stone.
W. face: DEACON, Cordelia M., wife of David Deacon, d. Feb 14 1870, aged 21 y 11
m 11 d, d/o Archibald and Samantha (RANNEY) SHIELDS.
S. face: DEACON, Grace C., d. Mar 5 1870, aged 11 m, d/o D. and C. M. DEACON.
DEACON, David, bur. May 17 1919, s/o John and Julia A.E. (LAWRENCE) DEACON, (Cem.Rec.)
DEACON, Emma (WHALEY), bur. Dec 24 1915, (second wife). (Cem. Rec.)
DEACON, Clayton, bur. Jan 1 1894. Son (Cem. Rec.)
DEACON, Edna, bur. Apr 17 1895. Dau. (Cem. Rec.)
Lot 34 - Stone.
SHIELDS, Archibald, Oct 16 1808 - Nov 22 1889.
SHIELDS, Samantha (RANNEY), his wife, July 15 1814 - Sept 15 1896,
d/o Comfort and Betsy (HUBBARD) RANNEY.
Children of A. and S. R. SHIELDS:
Allen J. and Albert G.) twins
Betsy A. (WADHAMS)
Margaret J. (DOUDS)
Elmer B.and Elsie H. ) twins
Cordelia M. (DEACON)
Lot 35 - With Lot 26.
CARTER burials with 26.
HASLYNSKY, Susanna, Mother, d/o Joe CHEK and Susana (OSANOVSKY).
MONSANSKY, Julius, Mar 4 1847 - Jan 5 1915.
MONSANSKY, Amalie (HASLYNSKY), his wife, Feb 24 1850 - Sept 18 1892.
REIDEL, Eleanor Pauline, d. 1910, aged 11 m., d/o J. R. and Pauline (LAMKOFSKY)
REIDEL, gr gr child of Julius and Amalie.
Lot 37 - No stone.
REEDY, Carry, child, bur. Sept 10 1891
Lots 40 and 45 - Large stone, name only.
East: CRISS, John R., 1845 - 1910.
CRISS, Julia A. (RANNEY), 1848 - 1912, d/o L. B. and Caroline C. RANNEY.
RANNEY, Sarah M., 1844 - 1927, d/of L. B. and Sarah M. RANNEY.
West: RANNEY, L(uther) B(oardman), 1809 - 1890, s/o Comfort and Betsy (HUBBARD) RANNEY.
RANNEY, S(arah) Maria, 1812 - 1846, first w/o L. B. RANNEY, d/o ________ and _________(FARNAM) Carter.
RANNEY, Caroline, 1821 - 1896, second w/o L. B. RANNEY, d/o Rev. Richard and Anna (ALVORD) CLAPP.
RANNEY, Martha O., 1834 - 1855, d/o L. B. and Sarah M. RANNEY.
LEACH, Mary E., 1836 - 1862, d/o L. B. and S. M. RAMMEY.
Lot 41 - LIGHTON, Elizabeth, bur. Apr 25 1931, w/o Alva who is s/o George LIGHTON,
Lot 42 - (Cemetery Records)
MAXIM, Susan, bur. Oct 17 1895, d/o Lyman and Malinda BYRUM, m.l THOMPSON, m.2 MAXIM.
THOMPSON, Edna, bur. Jan 5 1894, d/o E. and Angela (MAXIM) THOMPSON.
THOMPSON, Angela (MAXIM), w/o E. THOMPSON, bur. Nov 21 1931, age 60 y (She was a relative, but not a d/o Susan (BYRUM) THOMPSON-MAXIM's second wife.)
Lot 43 - THOMPSON, E.
Lot 44 - FOSTER, Todd C., 1861 - 1926, bur. Sept. 22, s/o Edwin F. and Ann E. (DEISMAN) FOSTER.
FOSTER, Jessie Belle, his wife, 1865 - Apr 3 1919, d/o Wm. and Margery (MARTIN) McGEE.
FOSTER, Baby, 1892.
VIA, Lottie May, bur. May 3, 1929, aged 27 yrs, d/o Todd C. and Jessie B. (McGEE) FOSTER. (Cem. Rec.)
Lot 45 - With Lot 40. RANNEY.
Lot 46 - S. face: OZMUN, Levi, June 3 1826 - Apr 12 1889, s/o Abraham and Aurelia (BISHOP) OZMUN.
OZMUN, Emily, wife, d. Nov 18 1875, aged 46 y 8 m 21 d, d/o Elias and Sarah (PRATT) CORP.
OZMUN, Freddie E., their son, d. June 13 1867, aged 7 y.
OZMUN, Harry M., their son, d. Dec 9 1903, aged 34 y.
OZMUN, Emily L., d. June 1 1887, d/o Abraham and Aurelia (BISHOP) OZMUN, (Older than Levi OZMUN.)
Lot 47 - S. face
FOSTER, Pardon, Feb 16 1792 - June 26 1878. (History says he lived to be 92 years.)
FOSTER, Nabby, his wife, Jan 24 1784 - Jan 31 1878. (Nancy Coulson: History says 4 years older than he.)
FOSTER, William M., Sept 27 1817 - Mar 23 1881, s/o Pardon FOSTER.
FOSTER, Harriet N., his wife, Sept 9 1820 - Mar 19 1891.
Lot 48 - W. face:
FOSTER, Philetas, d Oct 17 1875, aged 51 y., s/o Pardon and Nabby FOSTER
FOSTER, Elizabeth, his wife, Jan 18 1825 - Nov 25 1902, d/o Ira and Nancy (MATHER) KELLOGG.
_____ Charles F., d. 1861, age 5 y.
_____ Frank F., d. 1859, age 1 y.
_____ Annie L., d. 1870, age 5 y.
FOSTER, William W., 1853 - 1913, s/o Philetas and Elizabeth (KELLOGG) FOSTER.
FOSTER, Mary A., his wife, 1856 -1931, b. Apr 25, age 75 y, d/o Thomas and Catherine (HOLMES) SMITH, Boston Vil.
FOSTER, William E., 1883 - 1888, their son.
(Markers: N. and F.F.F., marking Lot boundaries.)
S. face: FOSTER, Elmer E., Nov 16 1860 - Mar 29 1908, s/o Philetas and Elizabeth (KELLOGG) FOSTER.
W. face: FOSTER, Anna, Jan 3 1886 - Mar 29 1906, d/o Elmer E. and Dell (Adella)(MAXAM) FOSTER.
Grave N: FOSTER, Lemuel, bur. Nov 21 1931, age 80 y, bro. of William W. FOSTER and Elmer E. FOSTER, husband of Mary HOLMES, div.
W. face: JAQUES, E. P., d. Oct 17 1897, age 79 y 11 m 27 d.
N. face: JAQUES, Sarah, his wife, d. Dec 30 1880, age 56 y 9 m 25 d, d/o Elias andSarah (PRATT) CORP.
E. face: SPRAGUE, Sarah A., d. Dec 29 1886, age 39 y 10 m 15 d, d/o E. P. and Sarah (CORP) JAQUES.
S. face: POST, Alice, Mother, 1850 - 1915, w/o Elmer POST, d/o E. P. and Sarah (CORP) JAQUES.
(Cem. Rec. "Porter JAQUES, Aug 18 1897". No other data.)
(Recollection of one now dead: "May be E.P. and may be a son".)
S. face: MARSH, Thayer, Jan 24 1791 - Feb ______1878 f/o Mrs. GLASIER.
N. face: GLASIER, Myron, 1825 - Apr 8 1899.
End: GLASIER, Cordelia L., Feb 22 1831 - Nov 26 1893, d/o Thayer MARSH (She was second wife of C. TUPPER, and m/o Hattie (TUPPER) WHAPHAM Lot 57. M. 1, ALLEN; M. 2, C. TUPPER; M. 3, Myron GLASIER.)
Lot 53 - No stone.
FOSTER, Edward, bur. Apr 25 1931. (Cem. Rec.)
FOSTER, Maria, first w/o Coulson FOSTER, bur. Oct 16 1904, d/o Samuel and Maria (OZMUN) CARTER, gd/o Issac.
FOSTER, Coulson Monroe, bur. Oct 19 1919, s/o Edwin Francis and Ann E. (BEISEMAN) FOSTER.
STRICKLER, George, bur. Jan 2 1921, son-in-law of Coulson and Maria (OZMUN) FOSTER.
FOSTER, Rose B., bur. Mar 31 1933, second wife of Coulson FOSTER. (b. Rosanna SCHURMAN, 1848, in Germany.)
Lot 55 -
Lot 56 - No stone.
ROSWELL, Mrs. A., bur. Aug 25 1899,
WHAPHAM, Hattie (TUPPER), bur. Oct 31 1891, d/o Charles and Cordelia (MARSH) TUPPER.
OZMUN, W. (On the plat made by Mrs. A. N. OZMUN.)
("W. O." on a small stone with no base for it, lying for years on the Abraham OZMUN lot, Lot No. 112.)
(NOTE: Lot evidently taken at same time as all the OZMUN lots in this group, but no one has any idea who he was. No traditions concerning him.)
No stone. McKAY, (Mrs.) Ann. (A girl reared in the Jacob OZMUN family. No traditions
WICKS, Margarete A. (MUIR), 1868 - 1908, Mother, w/o J. M. WICKS.
TONETTI, Rose Irene, Grandchild, bur Oct 12 1918. Inscribed memorial to Benjamin SOVACOOL - went missing during the Battle of Shiloh, April 6, 1862.
BERGSERKER, Infant, 1908, child of F. and H. BERGSERKER
Lot 62 With Lot 71.
RICHARDSON, William, d. Feb 28 1892, age 78 y, s/o Benjamin and Malvina (ENGLISH) RICHARDSON.
RICHARDSON, Mary M. (HAGSTOZ), his wife, d. July 29 1907, age 87 y.
VAUGHN, Baby. (Fam. Rec. Infant distantly related.)
ENGLISH, Amos, infant son of William and Fanny (SCOTT) ENGLISH.
OZMUN, Jacob, d. Jan 5 1873, age 57 y, s/o Abraham and Aurelia (BISHOP) OZMUN
OZMUN, Rilla (Aurilla), his wife, bur. Apr 4 1901, b. 1816, d/o Nathan and Lisa (BOWKER) DRAKE. (Cem. Rec.)
OZMUN, Russell S., son, bur. June 21 1917. (Cem. Rec.) (His wife, Sarah (CLARK) OZMUN, bur. on Lot 150.)
ARNOLD, William, 1863 - 19--.
ARNOLD, Emmagene, his wife, 1863 - 1928, d/o E. P. and Sarah (CORP) JAQUES
ARNOLD, Elaine, grandchild, infant d/o Kenneth and Luella ARNOLD.
WICKS, Samuel, b. Jan 12 1799, d. June 26, 1899, 100 y 6 m 14 d.
WICKS, George, bur. Dec 20 1914. (Cem. Rec.) (Possibly on Lot 59.)
MARTIN, Nellie. (No data)
Lot 68 - Double stone.
WEEKS, Frank E., 1863 - 19--, s/o Warner and Helen (STOCKER) WEEKS.
WEEKS, Fannie H., his wife, 1864 - 1930, d/o Martin and Sarah J. (JONES) ROUSH
Lot 69 - Soldiers' Lot. Stone.
N. face: LAW, William L., d. Sept 13 1864, age 37 y. (Small stone.)
E. face: TUPPER, Myron, d. Nov 20 1862, age 22 y, s/o Charles and Louisa TUPPER (Small stone.)
W. face: SOVACOOL, B.
SINGLETARY, C. (Small stone.)
RANNEY, E. C.
LAMB, A. C.
TUPPER, I. S., s/o Charles and Louisa TUPPER.
WOOLCOTT, A. A.
Markers: MATHER, Eleazer.
Lot 70 - OZMUN, Alonzo W., bur. Feb 6 1930, age 77 y, s/o Jacob and Rilla (DRAKE) OZMUN.
OZMUN, Luella, his wife, d. Apr 17 1880, d/o J. Wesley and Harriet (O'BRIEN)
FOX, Mabel (OZMUN), their daughter, bur. May 19 1929, age 49 y.
Lot 71 - With Lot 62. (Infant on this lot.)
Lot 72 -
Lot 73 -
Lots 74 and 75 - Stone between the two lots.
OZMUN, L. Q. Franklin, July 20 1807 - July 18 1892, s/o I. and M. OZMUN, b. Thompkins Co., NY.
E. face: OZMUN, Abraham Neumann, Jan 26 1827 - Dec 26 1897, s/o Isaac and Maria
(NEUMANN) OZMUN, m. first to Emily DOUDS.
OZMUN, Eliza J., his wife, July 6 1833 - Feb 24 1900, d/o Charles and Laura
(PATTERSON) VEERS, Widow of George LAMB.
N. face: OZMUN, Lottie (Anna Laura), their daughter, June 23 1865 - July 29 1887.
OZMUN, Frankie, son, Feb 15 1867 - Mar 17 1867.
W. face: OZMUN, Isaac, b. Orange Co., NY, Mar 2 1785, d. Boston Twp., May 26 1866.
Major in War of 1812. Son of Abraham and Sarah (JORDAN) OZMUN, bur. Lansing, NY.
OZMUN, Maria, his wife, b. PA, Mar 19 1789, d. Jan 12 1883, d/o Henry and
Maria (KUGLERIN) NEUMANN, Montgomery Co., PA.
OZMUN, C. V., s/o A. N. and Eliza J VEERS) OZMUN (No burials.)
OZMUN, Gertrude (KECK), his wife (No burials.
Lot 77 Double stone.
WEEKS, Warner S., 1837 - 1893
. WEEKS-DECKER, Helen (STOCKER), 1843 1929
Lot 78 HUNTZMAN, Henry, Inf, .1910. Inf. 1929
McMONEGAL, William, d. Feb 7, 1852, aged 74 years
Lots 80 and 89 - Several stones.
VEERS, Charles A., 1847 - 19--, s/o Charles and Laura (PATTERSON) VEERS.
VEERS, Caroline E., his wife, 1853 - 1914, d/o John and Mary A. (DRAKE-COOK) DOUDS.
VEERS, John D., their son, 1877 - 1919.
VEERS, Charles A., their son, 1878-1880.
VEERS, Clayton, their son, d. abt. 1880, no date on stone.
(Cem. Rec. C. A. VEERS' babe, bur. Dec 27, 1897.)
STARK, Baby, d. Apr 20, 1915. (Twin gr c/o C. A. and C. E. VEERS.)
STARK, Marie, d. May 3, 1915. (Twin gr c/o C. A. and C. E. VEERS.)
Lots 81 and 88 -
WADHAMS, Frederick B. Nov. 1, 1835 - Apr 22, 1908, s/o Frederick B. and Cornelia (Phelps) WADHAMS
WADHAMS, Betsy A., his wife, Aug 31, 1841 - Dec 30 1917, d/o Archibald and Samantha (RANNEY) SHIELDS.
WADHAMS, Albert J., their son, Feb 8 1862 - Nov 28 1872.
Lot 82 -
Lot 83 - JOHNSON, H
Lot 84 -
Lot 85 - CRAMPTON, David, d. Feb 15, 1855, aged 5 y 9 m 23 d.
LAMB, Glora, w/o Joseph LAMB, d. Jan 5 1856, aged 79 y, m/o Nathan and Joseph LAMB, whose father died in in Rev. War.
LAMB, Musette, d/o A. J. and E. S. LAMB, d. Jan 30 1876, aged 2 y 7 m. L., C.. Foot stone. No data.
LAMB, Nathan, d. Nov 26 1898, aged 90 y 4 m 11 d.
LAMB, Sarah Ann, his wife, d. July 18 1877, aged 64 y 10 m 9 d.
LAMB, Malinda, his wife, Aug 27 1809 - Apr 17 1884, d/o Isaac and Maria (NEUMANN) OZMUN.
LAMB, George M., d. Feb 16 1854, aged 25 y, s/o Joseph and Malinda (OZMUN) LAMB.
THOMPSON, Ralfe A., Nov 10 1880 - Jan 25 1882, s/o A. S. and Emma (LAMB)
THOMPSON, gr-s/o George LAMB.
Lot 87 -
WARRELL, Lucy Augusta, d. Oct 16 1861, aged 4 y 7 m 7 d, d/o John and Lydia (POST) WARRELL.
WARRELL, Lydia Cordelia, d. Oct 16 1861, aged 1 y, d/o John and Lydia (POST) WARRELL.
Lot 88 - With Lot 81
Lot 89 With Lot 80.
Lot 90 -
Lot 91 -
McCAGUE, John "Some relation to Levi Ozmun.") No burials.
Lot 92 -
CURTIS, Frances L., d. Oct 6 1863, aged 3 y 10 m 12 d, d/o Miles and Clarentine Helen (TUPPER) CURTIS.
Lot 93 -
CURTIS-SWEET, Clarentine Helen (TUPPER), bur. Mar 16 1930, aged 90 y, d/o Charles and Louisa TUPPER.
EVERHART, Ruth (SWEET), 1883 - 1926, bur. Dec 29, d/o and Clarentine H. (TUPPER) (CURTIS) SWEET.
(NOTE: TUPPERS and SCHOONOVERS came from New York together.)
Lot 94 -
SCHOONOVER, Barney, Civil War marker, no dates, wife moved away.
Lot 95 -
FINCH, Lydia, d. July 9 1896, w/o Merritt FINCH, d/o Samuel and Maria (OZMUN} CARTER,
bur. east of stone of her aunt, Malinda (OZMUN) LAMB.
Lot 96 - (East of Nathan LAMB, and next to road.)
SOVACOOL, Daniel, d. abt. 1880. (Had sons Richard, b. 1846, buried in Boston Village, Jerome and Charles, buried in Peninsula; and Benjamin - inscribed memorial on Lot 59.)
SOVACOOL, Sarah Ann (SCHOONOVER), his wife (said to be a sister of Richard) SCHOONOVER, b. 1800, whose first wife is bur. on Lot 117, and of Jerome and James SCHOONOVER of Peninsula.)
Lot 97 -
Lot 98 -
REYNOLDS, Caroline, d/o Enoch W. and Irena REYNOLDS,
Lot 99 -
Lot 101 -
TUPPER, Charles P., d. June 26 1875, aged 62 y, s/o Simon TUPPER.
TUPPER, Louisa, his first wife, d. May 2 1853, aged 37 y.
TUPPER, Isaac S., their son, d. April 6 1862, aged 18 y 9 m, Civil War.
CARPENTER, Cornelia, daughter, 1845 - 1913, bur. Jan 19, w/o Comfort CARPENTER bur. at Boston Vil
Lot 102 -
BYRUM, Lyman, 1790 - 1841.
BYRUM, Malinda, his wife, 1793 - 1875.
BYRUM, James, 1817 - 1881.
WOOD, Elizabeth, 1815 - 1832.
BYRUM,Simon, 1819-1874, m. Lydia POST, who died early and is buried w/her people
Lot 104 - HEALEY, Anton E.
HEALEY, Allison E.
(HEALEY, Infant sons, d. 1853.)
Lot 106 -
TREAP, Ruth, w/o C. T. TREAP, d. Apr 11 1866, aged 30 y.
TREAP, Eddie, d. Dec 11 1861, aged 4 y 20 d, s/o C. T. and Ruth TREAP.
TREAP, Etta, d. Apr 11, 1866, aged 9 y 2 d, d/o C. T. and Ruth TREAP.
Lot 107 - With Lots 110 and 119. Large stone.
WADHAMS, Mrs. Jane, bur. Mar 1898, second wife of F. B. WADHAMS, d/o Rees and Jane (WRIGHT) JONES.
WADHAMS, Ella, bur. Mar 31 1931, unmarried.
WADHAMS, George, bur. May 26 1899, unmarried.)
With Lot 119. (See also Lot 107.)
N. face: WADHAMS, Adeline C., d. Nov 28 1854, aged 20 yrs
WADHAMS, Albert P., d. Feb 1 1855, aged 14 yrs.
W. face:WADHAMS, Lucy A., d. Mar 1 1855, aged 12 yrs.
WADHAMS, Lottie C., d. Mar 31 1865, aged 4 yrs.
S. face: WADHAMS, Charles R., 1856 - 1921.
Mother (Cornelia, d. bef 1846.)
Emaline (No record.)
Father (Frederick B., b. 1801, d. aft 1881.)
Mother (Jane - See Lot 107.)
Lot 111 -
LILLIBRIDGE, J., b. July 5 1791, d. Apr 23 1870.
LILLIBRIDGE, Sarah, his wife, b. June 11 1792, d. June 11, 1844
Lot 112 -
OZMUN, Abraham, d. July 9 1856, aged 67 y 3 m 24 d, s/o Jacob and Catherine (CUNNINGHAM)
OZMUN, b. Smith's Clove, Orange Co., NY. He was Ens. in War of 1812
(This stone has double base, for wife's stone, which was not added. She was Aurelia, death date not known, believed to be a d/o Capt. Timothy BISHOP and his wife, Rachel CRAIG.) ,
OZMUN, Sylvester P., d. Sep 22 1863, aged 26 y 1 m 16 d, s/o Jacob and Rilla (DRAKE) OZMUN, gr-s/o Abraham OZMUN. (Sylvester's wife, Malinda WOLCOTT, married second, Alonzo VAN SCHAICK, Lot 29.)
(Two small slabs of native stone, unsmoothed, stand here. One has on it what seems like a crude "S". Possibly this "S" is for Sally (OZMUN) MILLER, sister of Abraham, who died here, but who is not buried on the family lot. Samuel MILLER, her husband, moved away.
The second rough stone is perhaps that of Jacob OZMUN, father of Abraham, who came to the township in 1809/10, and nothing more heard about him.)
DRAKE, Nathan, June 9 1834 - May 16 1902, s/o Nathan and Lisa (BOWKER) DRAKE.
DRAKE, Lucy M., his wife, 1840 - 1921.
Lot 115 -
COOK, Lelon, d. Nov 6 1876, aged 64 yrs.
COOK, Amy, his wife, d. Mar 3 1864, aged 48 yrs., d/o Nathan and Lisa (BOWKER) DRAKE.
DRAKE, Nathan, d. Mar 13 1852, aged 65 y 3 m 3 d.
DRAKE, Lisa (BOWKER), his wife, d. Aug 14 1859, aged 65 y 3 m 15 d.
DRAKE, Frank, d. May 13 1864, aged 3 y 7 m 13 d, s/o Nathan and Lucy ( ) DRAKE.
DRAKE, Sadie G., d/o Harley and Etta ( )DRAKE. (Date sunk.)
SCHOONOVER, Murcy (Mercy), d. Oct 10 1836, aged 19 y 1 m 10 d, Last w/o Richard SCHOONOVER,
d/o Abraham and Rachel ( ) MORGAN-OZMUN, Lansing, NY, and half-sister of Isaac OZMUN.
CARPENTER, Aaron, 1802 - 1852.
CARPENTER, Tirzah (DRAKE), wife, 1806 - 1868.
CARPENTER, Mary, bur. Feb 12 1904.
Dorcas, d. Feb 22 1839, aged 1 y 6 d.
Doratha, d. Feb 22 1839, aged 1 y 6 d.
DRAKE, Tirzah. ("Related to Nathan, certainly,"}
Lot 119 With Lots 107 and 110
Lot 120 Vacant
Lot 121 Vacant
Lot 122 Vacant
Lot 123 Vacant
Lot 124 Vacant
COOK, Edward, d. Sep 21 1843, aged 8 y 2 m 12 d.
COOK, Luther, d. Aug 26, 1843, aged 33 y.
COOK, Rufus, d. at Murfreesboro, Tenn., Feb 18 1863, aged 21 y.
DOUDS, Mary, d. June 1852, aged 1 y, d/o J. and P. R. DOUDS.
(A widow, Mary A. (DRAKE) COOK, b. in 1815, m. in 1845 to John DOUDS, and d. 1878.)
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