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Re: COTTON family buried in Mound Hill cem., Seville, Medina county
Posted by: donna curnoe (ID *****7503) Date: August 25, 2008 at 13:17:46
In Reply to: Re: COTTON family buried in Mound Hill cem., Seville, Medina county by Kenneth Thompson of 342

Hi Ken,

I got in touch with the cemetery maintenance man. He is in the middle of a health concern and is not sure when he will be going to the cemetery. When he knows for sure he will call me and I will meet him there and take a look at the list he has. I will write down the cottons and Lechleitner names. Wish I could help you with the married names but I don't know how. I'll let you know as soon as I get the names.
Did you know that the world's tallest couple,Captain Martin Van Buren Bates and his wife Anna Swan Bates are buried in the sane cemetery? Seville, Ohio is having a celebration Sept. 20th and 21st. to commemorate them. The whole town joins in. Seville is a little town that knows how to celebrate!
This would be the perfect opportunity to bring the family for a fun and historic weekend. Learn some local history and enjoy the many events taking place. Such as a ghost walk,talent show, vendors, fireworks and much more.
There are a couple of Cottons listed in the area phone book, a Chris and a Robert. you may have distant relatives still in the area.


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