Location: Johnson Twp,
Champaign County Ohio, northwest of St Paris
Source :Champaign County Cemeteries VOL I I Compiled 1955 Urbana Chapter DAR.
Posted with permission of Urbana Chapter DAR. Copied by Mrs Carl Pooler, & Mr and Mrs Charles Russell
NOTE concerning DAR readings from Karen Heber: DAR was tasked with certain things to identify. They normally did not write down children, infants or single individuals. Their objective was married people and those who served in the military. That is why many of the readings differ so drastically from other readings done later. However, some of the DAR representatives “read the whole cemetery”. Again, they did not use interment or lot records and were subjective at their writings. Please be aware there are dozens of inaccuracies and dis-information from these readings.
Karen Heber walked Cemetery Dec 2008 and took these photos. Evilsizor etchings by Bob and Flossie Hulsizor.
Note- Many stones broken and buried and could not be read.
|BRECOUNT, Gideon M son of J & S||9/30/1851||20-4-21|
|BRECOUNT, Sarah, wife of John||9/22/1850||65-6-11|
|CARMONY Sarah Jane, wife of J S||2/18/1868||41-10-22|
|COLVIN, Lewis W, Sr||11/19/1878||80-2-6|
|COLVIN, Mary, wife of L W||7/22/1876||70-10-15|
|COLVIN, William Raper, son of L W & Mary||11/15/1851||18-11-11|
|PEARCE, Artemesia C, consort of Dr W H||6/4/1847||22/3/4|
|ROBERTS, Hannah wife of Vincent||9/8/1863||64y11m|
|SMITH Abigail, w/o George||7-17-1857||5?6th year|
|HUGHES Grace d/o J S & K Hughes||8-23-1885||2-6-23|
|ROBERTS, Josiah C Co F 97th OVI, buried Mt Vernon Graveyard||1823-9/8/1889|
|WELLS, Marlin L||1/26/1891||74-2-13|
|WELLS, George W, s/o Martin & Pennelia||1/21/1854||9y4m13d|
|HALL, Rebecca (Wharton) w/o Charles||3/20/1810-5/14/1886||76-1-24|
|HALL, Mary M (Archer)||5/10/1772-3/25/1852||79-10-15|
|FLOWERS, George (stone broken)||9-15-1845||47-1-26|
|FLOWERS Elizabeth w/o George (stone broken)||11-15-1864||67-4-3|
|EVILSIZOR Henry (etching of stone)||3-20-1846|
|EVILSIZOR, Elizabeth "Betsy" (Idle) (etching)||9-6-1843||57 yrs|
|Unknown broken markers, probably Roberts and Brecounts|