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Re: CROY/PUGH
Posted by: Lisa Knowles Maciag Date: January 10, 2002 at 18:20:00
In Reply to: Re: CROY/PUGH by Barbara Croy of 68597

Barbara, The two cemeteries you mentioned are both still there and quite old with many buried in them born in the 1700's.I have many grandparents buried in both. Neither have churches anymore to maintain them. One has been converted to a house and the other has been bought by another church that has nothing to do with the cemetery.I could do a look-up for you if you have a specific name. Also, a couple of miles away right outside of Belpre is Center Cemetery with a great deal of Schoonovers buried in it, some of them very old. Again, including many of my sets of grandparents.Many of those buried in Washington County were the first Pioneers in Ohio. Happy Hunting!


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