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Madison Township

North Madison Cemetery  Section SW Rows 9-12

Proofed 11 Aug 2001

Name

Sec- tion

Row

Stone #

Inscription

Symbols

Comments

 Crocker, John W.

 Crocker, Malinda

 Crocker, Roswill

 Crocker, Perlinda

SW

9

1

CROCKER/ JOHN W. CROCKER/ 1825-1910/ MALINDA HIS WIFE/ 1836-1914/ ROSWILL CROCKER/ 1794-1868/ PERLINDA HIS WIFE/ 1796-1880

Ivy at left

Large black granite

 Crocker, Mary Turner

SW

9

2

Mary

 

Zinc

 Crocker, Erastus

SW

9

3

ERASTU[S]

 

Zinc, last letter 'S' broken off

 Crocker, Erastus

 Crocker, Mary Turner

 Crocker, Erastus C.

 Crocker, Walter E.

 Crocker, Marietta Jewell

 Crocker, Walter

 Crocker, Hulda

 Nettleton, Elisabeth

SW

9

4

[W face] C/ ERASTUS/ CROCKER/ DIED MARCH 14, 1884/ AGED 78 YRS. 4 MOS 22 DYS/ MARY TURNER/ HIS WIFE/ DIED DEC. 29, 1871/ AGED 74 YRS, 7 MOS, 15 DYS/ ERASTUS C., INFANT SON,/ DIED FEB. 9, 1837/ AGED 1 YR 4 MOS 21 DYS./CROCKER [S face] C/ WALTER E. CROCKER/ DIED/ APRIL 24, 1891/ AGED/ 48 YEARS, 4 MONTHS/ MARIETTA JEWELL/ HIS WIFE/ DIED JANUARY 15, 1912/ AGED 66 YEARS, 8 MONTHS/ CROCKER [E face] C/ HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED/ SLEEP/ 1888 [N face] C/WALTER/ CROCKER/ DIED 1857, AGED 90 Y'RS/ HULDA CROCKER/ DIED 1846, AGED 80 Y'RS/ ELISABETH/ NETTLETON/ DIED 1858, AGED 82 Y'RS/ CROCKER

[W face] CROCKER name spelled out rustic stick like. [E face] Large sheaf of wheat; ivy around top/ square urn on top.

Large zinc mon. located between Rows 9 & 10.

 Crocker, Roy J.

SW

9

5

ROY J. CROCKER/ 1878-1934

 

 

 Baker, Carrie Hall

SW

9

6

CARRIE HALL/ WIFE OF S. BAKER/ 1852-1878

 

 

 Baker

SW

9

7

BAKER

flower and leaf decoration at top; tassels

granite mon located between Rows 9 & 10. Matches markers #5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and Row 10 - markers 3 & 4

 *, Maria A.

SW

9

8

MOTHER/ MARIA A./ 1811-1899

 

 

 *, Champion C.

SW

9

9

FATHER/ CHAMPION C./ 1816-1879

 

 

 Norton, Daniel

 Norton, Eliza

SW

9

10

DANIEL NORTON/ BORN/ Sept. 13, 1808/ Died Sept. 10, 1859/ ELIZA/ HIS WIFE/ BORN NOV. 30, 1810./ Died Sept 23, 1873.

Mexican War vet flagholder

 

 Norton, Lewis

 Norton, Sarah F.

SW

9

11

LEWIS NORTON,/ 1836-1893./ SARAH F./ 1843.-1902.

 

Granite slant on base

 Beckley, William

 Beckley, Elizabeth

SW

9

12

[W face] BECKLEY [S face] WILLIAM BECKLEY/ DEC. 9, 1818/ DEC. 20, 1888 [N face] ELIZABETH BECKLEY/ SEP. 15, 1820/ OCT. 26, 1878

[W face] Flower decoration at top

5' limestone mon.

 Manchester, A. S.

SW

9

13

A. S. MANCHESTER/ 1857-1906

 

 

 Harris, Violet B.

SW

9

14

VIOLET B. HARRIS/ 1908-1967

 

 

 Harris, John C.

SW

9

15

JOHN C./ HARRIS/ 1899-1991

 

Concrete

 Harris, John W.

SW

9

16

MOTHER

 

See Harris mon. SW-9-18

 Harris, Cynthia M.

SW

9

17

FATHER

 

 

 Harris, John W.

 Harris, Cynthia M.

SW

9

18

[W face] JOHN W. HARRIS/ DIED/ APR. 25, 1885/ AGED 68 YRS/ 7 MS 19 DS./ I am the ressurection/ and the life who/ believeth in me shall/ not perish but shall/ have everlasting life/ HARRIS [N face] CYNTHIA M./ WIFE OF/ J. W. HARRIS/ DIED/ AUG. 19, 1899/ AGED 73 YRS/ 10 MS. 12 DS.

Urn on top. Decoration at top

 

 Black, Isaac S.

SW

9

19

ISAAC S. BLACK/ CO. D./ 125 OHIO INF.

 

Gov’t shield type. Old reading states "no stone - relief corps marker"

 Rose, William E.

SW

9

20

WILLIAM E./ Son of/ L. R. & M. ROSE/ DIED/ Sept. 18, 1853,/ Aged 16 Years/ & 7 months.

 

Age and below buried.

 Rose, Margaret G.

SW

9

21

MARGARET G. ROSE/ 1817 1901/ J. B. WYCKOFF/ 1824 1902

 

 

 Rose, Lemuel R.

SW

9

22

LEMUEL R. ROSE/ DIED/ Feb. 18, 1872,/ AGED/ 56 y's 5 ms 22 ds

Tassels

 

 Cotter, Norman W.

 Cotter, May E.

 Cotter, Edgar D.

SW

9

23

COTTER/ NORMAN W./ 1920 [NE]/ MAY E./ 1885-1971/ EDGAR D./ 1885-1964

 

 

 Crocker, Marietta

SW

10

1

MARIETTA

 

See CROCKER Mon. SW-9-4

 Crocker, Walter

SW

10

2

WALTER

 

See CROCKER Mon. SW-9-4

 Baker, Stephen A.

SW

10

3

FATHER/ STEPHEN A./ 1849-1920

IOOF flagholder

Matches SW-10-4; See BAKER Mon. SW-9-7

 Baker, Stella Norton

SW

10

4

MOTHER/ STELLA NORTON/ HIS WIFE/ 1861-1929

 

Matches SW-10-3; See BAKER Mon. SW-9-7

 Stine, Maude H.

SW

10

5

MOTHER/ MAUDE H. STINE/ 1890 1938

Flower at left & right bottom

 

 Talcott, Mary E.

SW

10

6

MARY E. TALCOTT/ 1866-1915

 

cylinder on base

 Norton, Wm. H.

SW

10

7

WM. H. NORTON/ 1831-1906

 

 

 Norton, Angeline C.

SW

10

8

ANGELINE C./ NORTON/ 1837-1932

 

 

 Fritz, Emma Plimpton

SW

10

9

EMMA PLIMPTON FRITZ/ JULY 25, 1855/ APRIL 21, 1935

 

Flush white marble

 Cockerell, Scott M.

SW

10

10

SCOTT M. COCKERELL/ 1974 1992/ GOOBER,/ WITH A WAVE OF YOUR HAND/ AND A SMILE ON YOUR FACE/ YOU HAVE TRAVELLED TO THAT/ HEAVENLY PLACE./ WE THINK OF YOU, STILL/ AS THE SAME./ WE SAY YOU'RE NOT DEAD,/ YOU'RE JUST AWAY.../ UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN.

Etched photo of boy with short hair, glasses, shirt, tie & sweater

 dark granite

 Cockerell, John, Jr.

SW

10

11

SON/ JOHN COCKERELL JR./ AUGUST 15-18, 1968

 

at foot of Scott M. Cockerell.

 Harris, Charles

SW

10

12

Charles/ Sep. 22, 1854/ Feb. 6, 1899

 

With Harris mon.

 Nyegard, Paula Jean

SW

10

13

PAULA JEAN NYEGARD/ JAN. 23, 1953/ DEC. 5, 1959

Flowers, baby shoes, flowers at bottom

 

 Doty, Jerry

 Doty, Vernon Theodore

SW

11

1

[E face] JERRY DOTY/ DIED/ March 7, 1869/ Aged 77 years [N face] VERNON THEODORE/ Son of/ Jerry & Susan/ DOTY/ Died Apr. 25, 1851/ Aged 14 Years/ 1 mo & 3 ds.

 

5' mon.

 Tallman, Harry

SW

11

2

HARRY

 

Flush; See TALLMAN mon. SW-12-3

 Tallman, Frederick

SW

11

3

FREDERICK

 

Flush; See TALLMAN mon. SW-12-3

 Plimpton, Billings O. Rev.

 Plimpton, Louisa A.

SW

11

4

[E face] REV. BILLINGS O. PLIMPTON/ BORN/ MAR. 7, 1799/ DIED APR. 27, 1886/ LOUISA A. PLIMPTON/ HIS WIFE/ BORN JUNE 7, 1823/ DIED JUNE 5, 1866/ PLIMPTON

Urn on top.

Tall mon.

 Maloof, George A.

SW

11

5

GEORGE A. MALOOF/ 1879-1958

 

flush

 Dean, Shirley L.

SW

11

6

SHIRLEY L. DEAN/ 1925 1962/ REST IN PEACE

Flower at top left & right. Praying woman with long hair between dates.

 

 Thornburgh, J. D.

SW

12

1

J. D. THORNBURGH/ DIED/ April 20 1851./ Ag'd 30 Yrs.

 

 

 Tallman, John P.

SW

12

2

FATHER

 

See TALLMAN mon. SW-12-3

 Tallman, John P.

 Tallman, Rachel B. Dederick

 Tallman, Harry

 Tallman, Frederick

SW

12

3

JOHN P. TALLMAN/ 1822-1894./ HIS WIFE/ RACHEL B. DEDERICK/ 1826-1916./ HARRY./ 1863-1875/ FREDERICK./ 1868-1889/ TALLMAN

Ivy decoration

Mon. between Rows 11& 12

 Tallman?, Charles

SW

12

4

CHARLES/ 1866-1907

 

Matches TALLMAN

 Gates, Charles L.

SW

12

5

CHARLES L./ SON OF IRA M. & MARTHA/ GATES./ DIED/ June 7, 1876;/ Aged 19 Yrs 2 m's/ & 8 days/ For the Lord himself shall/ descend from heaven with a/ shout with the voice of the/ archangel and with the trump/ of God and the dead in Christ/ Shall rise first 1 Thes. 4:16.

 

 

 Plimpton, Billings D., Rev.

SW

12

6

REV. BILLINGS O. PLIMPTON/ BORN MAR. 7, 1799/ DIED APR. 27 1886

 

New granite matches Louisa & Billings which are marble.

 Plimpton, Louisa A.

SW

12

7

LOUISA A./ wife of/ REV. B. O. PLIMPTON/ DIED/ June 5, 1866/ in the 42 Year of her age/ I have fought a good fight and kept the faith.

 

 

 Plimpton, Billings C.

SW

12

8

BILLINGS C./ Only son of/ Rev. B. O. & Louisa A./ PLIMPTON./ DIED/ July 5, 1867/ Aged 15 Yrs 8 mo. 7 ds./ O why so soon, just as the bloom opens/ and the [land?] flows from this vale of tears.

 

poetry very faint, some guess.

 Plimpton, Mary E.

SW

12

9

MARY E./ Eldest Daughter of/ Rev. B. O. & E. PLIMPTON/ DIED/ April 14, 1862/ In the 29th year of/ her age./ A beautiful flower that faded/ on earth to bloom in heaven.

 

 

 Hall, Jennie

 Hall, Monroe

SW

12

10

HALL/ JENNIE/ 1862-1942/ MONROE/ 1845-1907/ [gov’t shield type footstone] MONROE HALL/ CO. E./ 171 OHIO INF.

Flower at top left & right.

 

 *, Florence

SW

12

11

FLORENCE

 

 

 Hall, Loye Souder

 Hall, Harold Rush

SW

12

12

HALL/ LOYE SOUDER/ 1889-1966/ HAROLD RUSH/ 1892-1948

flower; WW flagholder

Matches #10

 Burden, Jay M.

 Burden, Mary A.

 Burden, Jessie C.

SW

12

13

JAY M. BURDEN/ 1846-1939/ MARY A. BURDEN/ 1852-1924/ JESSIE C. BURDEN/ 1879-1900

 

black granite

 Blood, Nellie R.

 Blood, Fred C.

SW

12

14

BLOOD/ NELLIE R./ 1873-1961/ FRED C./ 1873-1963

 

 

 Winegord, Jeanette

SW

12

15

JEANETTE/ WINEGORD/ 1911-1988

 

Concrete


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