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Re: need cemetery location
Posted by: Anita Howard (ID *****3825) Date: August 15, 2010 at 15:56:48
In Reply to: need cemetery location by Bradley Moody of 1310

Elizabethtown was named after Elizabeth Glasscock Lemert who came up to Perry Tp from Fauquier Co, VA, in the early 1800s. The town has been renamed Perryton so it is the Perryton Cemetery.
WINTERMUTE, Abraham d.13 Aug 1848, 63y9m, Section A, Row 1
WINTERMUTE, Elizabeth d.6 Sep 1864, Section A, Row 1
WINTERMUTE, J.P. b.1 Feb 1850, d.30 Sep 1928, Section A, Row 30 (Family marker with M.J. ROBISON & Nanah WINTERMUTE)
WINTERMUTE, M.J. (Robison) Wife, d.28 May 1886, 41y7m17d, Section A, Row 30 (Family marker, see above)
WINTERMUTE, Nanah Daughter, d.22 Apr 1884, 3y3m17d, Section A, Row 30 (Family marker, see above)

Others in Perry Tp.
Arason GR
Ashfordby GR
Bessie Fern SC
Emma I. GR
Emma Irilla GR
George W. GR
John Arason SC
Julia A. SC
Mary Emily GR
Sara J.
Virenda GR
-------------GR=Grove Cemetery, SC=Smith Chapel Cemetery
Source: CEMETERIES OF FALLSBURY & PERRY TOWNSHIPS, LICKING COUNTY, OHIO. By Anita Howard, Ronald & Kathryn Trager, c.1998

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