States: Ohio: Tuscarawas
Than you posting a reply to my query. I understand what you mean about the affordability of a tombstone. This death would be the first without a stone, the previous deaths had stones. I was thinking that the stone had detoriated, was destroyed, or efaced. I walked the old Sherrodsville Cemetery without finding evidence of a marker. Would you know of any other cemeteries in Sherrodsville where a burial of 1910 would occur? Would there be another record other than the death certificate? For example, a church record. If a church record, what church and where? Prior to this burial, and others that followed, interment occurred in church cemeteries. Since he was Pennsylvania Dutch, I am thinking along lines of Lutheran or Reformed German Churches. Israel's great great grandfather, John Philip Dehof, immigrated from Germany to Philadelphis, PA. in 1702 settling at Germantown, PA.
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