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Re: Azel Miner (1777-1829) Cemetery Look-Up
Posted by: John Hazelwood (ID *****4242) Date: September 03, 2008 at 15:07:48
In Reply to: Azel Miner (1777-1829) Cemetery Look-Up by Elizabeth Pany of 897

Pg. 403 Butterfield Cemetery, New London Twp.( located on St. Rt. 60 2 miles North of New London, Ohio at the intersection of Prospect Rd., northwest corner) Stones are read -- starting in the northwest corner with stones numbered north to south, and rows numbered west to east. Row 6 stone (14.) (2 stones away from Munson) MINER, Amos D., s/o A. & S. MINER, d. 17 Apr 1827 AE 14y 9m (15.)MINER, Azel , d. 21 Oct 1829 AE 52y (16.) MINER, Sarah w/o GEo. MINER, d. 9 Mar 1836 AE. 36y (17.) MINER, Susan w/o Geo. MINER, d. 29 Mar 1848 AE 44y (18.) MINER, Sylva w/o A. MINER d. 6 Jan 1853 AE____(cemented in ground) born 18 Aug 1782 per descendant Paula Griffin) (19.) MINER, George, d. 23 June 1861 aged 57y 4m 12d(4 underlined as possible misread) *Pg. 434 Grove Street Cemetery, New London Twp.(located on Grove Street just west from St. Rt. 60 in New London, Ohio Section 3-Row 1 stone (10.)MINER, Carrie E. , 1860-1929 (11.) MINER, "Mother" (12.) MINER, "Father" (13.)MINER,George C. 1858-1937 Section 3- Row 2 stone (9.) MINER, Asel, 19 Apr 1822-4 Mar 1910, Harriett PECK, his wife, 7 July 1831-23 May 1901; MINER, Vera B. d/o G.C. & R.H. MINER, 9 Oct 1885- 18 Mar 1903, *MINER(front) Golding, Lenord(ord underlined), 4 Apr 1840-6 Jan 1912 Urana MINER, his wife, 21 Nov 1849- 1 Oct 1926 *GOLDING (reverse side) *Pg. 560 is Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Twp., located on Woodlawn Ave., Norwalk, Ohio Let me know if you want these. *Pg. 879 Wakeman Village Cemetery, Wakeman Twp., located at the southeast edge of the village 1/4 mile east of St. Rt. 60 on St. Rt. 303 *East Section - Row 9 Stone (5.) MINOR, Justus 1769-1847 "Gave the Land for this cemetery", MINOR, Olive MITCHELL 1775-1821 "His Wife... was the first person buried here. Connecticut Pioneers" (Plaque on large rock) (6.) MINOR, Justus, d. 19 Dec 1847 age 78y Olive w/o J. MINOR d. 6 Aug 1821 age 46y (7.) MINOR, Rosanna w/o Justus MINOR d. 6 Sept 1866 age 80y 3m 17d Shirley Hazelwood

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