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Willoughby Village Cemetery  Section K Rows 8-9

Proofed 30 Oct 2003

Name

Sec- tion

Row

Stone #

Inscription

Symbols

Comments

 Rutland, Mary A.

K

8

1

Mother/ Mary A. Rutland/ 1841-1911

 

See Rutland mon. K-9-18

 Rutland, Jesse

K

8

2

Father/ Jesse Rutland/ 1834-1921

 

Flush

 Nucci, Infant Son

 Nucci, Infant Son

K

8

3

Infant sons of/ Guy & Esther/ Nucci

 

 

 Hammond, Margaret

K

8

4

Margaret/ wife of/ G.M. Hammond/ Aug. 28-1883/ Dec. 7-1903

 

 

 Ball, Harry H.

K

8

5

Harry H. Ball/ 1890 1927/ Med. Det. 112, Eng.

Masonic 32nd degree double headed eagle emblem; WW I flagholder

 

 Ball, Jane Ann

K

8

6

Jane Ann/ Ball/ 1856-1935

 

 

 Ball, Chauncey Thomas

K

8

7

Chauncey Thomas/ Ball/ 1848-1929

 

 

 Chapman, Jennie Ball

K

8

8

Jennie Ball/ Chapman/ 1878-1984

 

 

 Chapman, Corydon Williams

K

8

9

Corydon Williams/ Chapman/ 1875-1949

 

 

 Fatica, Tressa Tirabasso

K

8

10

Tressa Fatica/ Tirabasso/ 1850 + 1932

Ivy

Cylinder

 Grover, Father

K

8

11

Father/ 1811-1892

 

With Grover mon. K-9-31

 Grover, Mother

K

8

12

Mother/ 1825-1900

 

With Grover mon. K-9-31

 Grover, Floyd

K

8

13

Floyd/ 1889-1900

 

With Grover mon. K-9-31

 Axford, Violet Elvira

 Axford, William Albert

K

8

14

Axford/ Violet Elvira/ 1870-1953/ William Albert/ 1874-1957

 

 

 Grover, Eva

K

8

15

Eva/ 1872-1886

 

With Grover mon. K-9-31

 Rogers, George McIntosh

K

9

1

George McIntosh Rogers/ December 4, 1879/ September 9, 1949

 

With sundial K-7-3

 Rogers, Florence Stone

K

9

2

Florence Stone Rogers/ Jan. 8, 1881/ July 6, 1931

 

With sundial K-7-3

 Lyons, Florence Rogers

K

9

3

Florence Rogers Lyons/ Feb. 11, 1855/ June 6, 1933

 

With sundial K-7-3

 Rogers, Judson Artemas

K

9

4

Judson Artemas Rogers/ May 2, 1853/ Mar. 24, 1901

 

With sundial K-7-3

 Anderson, Peter

K

9

5

Peter Anderson/ 1873-1930

Masonic emblem; laurel wreath

Red

 Shepherd, C.R.

 Shepherd, Amelia G.

K

9

6

Co. K. 1st Geo. Reg. of the Southern Confederacy/ C.R. Shepherd/ 1845-1905/ Amelia G. Shepherd/ Anderson/ 1856-1913/ Shepherd

Fronds; ivy; Confederate flagholder

4 1/2 ' round top on a slant

 Cheney, Betsey B.

K

9

7

Betsey B. Cheney/ June 29, 1816,/ June 23, 1892./ Mother

 

 

 Miller, Harry A.

K

9

8

Harry A Miller/ Ohio/ Sgt CWS/ World War I/ April 10 1891 Jan 24 1960

Cross; WW I flagholder

Gov't granite on base

 Evans, Ruby E.

K

9

9

Ruby E. Evans/ 1897-1977

 

 

 Evans, James R.

K

9

10

James R. Evans/ 1893-1965

 

 

 Bunnell, William E.

K

9

11

Bunnell/ Beloved father/ William E./ 1906-1967

Flowers

Space on right for another name

 Bunnell, Eli Granger

K

9

12

Eli Granger/ Bunnell/ 1867-1920

Flowers

 

 Bunnell, Minnie Edna

K

9

13

Minnie Edna/ Bunnell/ 1869-1944

Flowers

 

 Priebe, Helena

K

9

14

Helena/ Priebe/ 1901-1906

 

Limestone

 Priebe, Gustav

K

9

15

Gustav Priebe/ 1867-1947

Flowers

 

 Priebe, Wilhelm F.

K

9

16

Son/ Wilhelm F./ Priebe/ 1896-1915

 

Limestone

 Rynd, J.I.

K

9

17

J.I. Rynd/ Co. F./ 29th Ohio Inf.

 

Gov't shield type, mostly illegible

 Barnes, Jennie E.

 Barnes, Anna E.

 Espy, Jennie Barnes

 Rutland,

K

9

18

[E face] Rutland [W face] Jennie E./ wife of/ J.M. Barnes./ died/ May 21, 1885,/ Aged/ 25 y's 2 m's & 11 d's./ Anna E./ wife of/ J.M. Barnes./ died/ Apr. 13, 1910,/ Aged/ 43 y's 9 m's & 21 d's./ Barnes [N face] Jennie Barnes/ wife of/ J.C. Espy/ 1887-1915

 

12' brownstone obelisk, mostly black, but faces eroding

 Colonie, Anthony

 Colonie, Johanna

 Colonie, Carrie

 Colonie, Daniel

K

9

19

Colonie/ Anthony/ 1903-1952/ Johanna/ [NE]/ Carrie/ 1902-1992/ Baby Daniel/ 2-20 - 10-9 - 1927/ Always in thought [on base] Barre/ Guild

Unusual flowers

 

 Smith, Erastus

K

9

20

Erastus Smith/ Died/ Sept. 14, 1873/ Aged 45 yrs. 8 mo./ & 13 ds./ We will meet him in the city/ That is just beyond the strand/ That our hearts will beat with rapture/ As we take him by the hand.

 

Poetry effloresced

 Klimczak, Josephine - Girl in Blue

K

9

21

In memory/ of the/ Girl in Blue/ killed by train/ December 24, 1933/ "Unknown but not forgotten"

Flower decorations

Light brown granite facing north

 Hyde, Milo N.

K

9

22

Milo N. Hyde/ 1847-1901

Corner decorations

Tree growing into stone

 Hyde, Helen F.

K

9

23

Helen F. Hyde/ 1844-1936

 

Tree pushing stone west

 Green, Leila Hyde

K

9

24

Leila Hyde Green/ 1875-1930

 

 

 Phall, Sarah

K

9

25

Sarah/ Phall

Flowers

Interesting low brownstone; may have dates buried; facing north

 Hyde, Wilbur H.

K

9

26

Wilbur H. Hyde/ 1872-1947

 

 

 Dahlin, Peter

K

9

27

Peter Dahlin/ Sept. 3, 1866-Jan. 1, 1936

 

Flush green bronze

 Dahlin, Augusta

K

9

28

Augusta Dahlin/ May 12, 1869-May 7, 1930

 

Flush green bronze

 Grover, Nancy

K

9

29

Nancy/ wife of/ L. Grover/ Died/ May 19, 1856/ Aged 63 years/ 10 mos & 17 ds.

 

Flat broken marble; sod covered

 Axford, Emma B.

 Axford, Murl S.

K

9

30

Axford/ Emma B. 1900-1992/ Murl S./ 1896-1974

Eastern Star & Masonic emblems

 

 Grover,

K

9

31

Grover

 

5' granite obelisk

 Brichford, Florence C.

 Brichford, Fred C.

K

9

32

Brichford/ Florence C./ 1875-1951/ Fred C./ 1871-1947

Flower decorations

 

 Strong, Thomas J.

 Strong, Laura Bishop

 Strong, Thomas J.

 Strong, Eliza H. Farwell

 Strong, Marietta

 Strong, Portia Thorn

K

9

33

[W face] Thomas J. Strong/ died/ Jan. 29, 1876./ aged 73 years./ Laura Bishop/ wife of/ Thomas J. Strong/ died/ May 24, 1877./ aged 74 years./ Strong [N face] Thomas J./ son of/ T.J. & L.B. Strong/ killed in the engagement/ at Stone River/ Jan. 2, 1863,/ aged 27 years./ Member of Battery G./ 1st Ohio Artillery/ Eliza H. Farwell/ wife of/ Thomas J. Strong/ Born May 6, 1836/ Died October 1, 1871 [S face] Eliza/ died/ July 24, 1877,/ aged 49 years. [E face] Marietta/ died Apr. 11, 1830,/ aged 5 years./ Portia Thorn/ died Jan. 15, 1841,/ aged 3 years./ children of/ T.J. & L.B. Strong

Tasseled drape on top; eroding in lace pattern

8' marble obelisk

 Strong, Billy

K

9

34

Billy Strong/ 1916 1930

 

Flush

 Gilson, Mother

K

9

35

Mother

 

Limestone in Gilson lot row 10

 

K

9

36

 

 

Matches Lucy mon. K-10-52 - set back small footstone - blank

 

K

9

37

 

 

Matches Lucy mon. K-10-52 - set back small footstone - blank

 Riley, Sarah W.

K

9

38

Sarah W. Riley/ 1865-1946

 

 

 Riley, Jno.

K

9

39

Jno. Riley/ Co. B./ 177 Ohio Inf.

 

Gov't shield type; mostly illegible; old reading has GAR flagholder

 

K

9

40

 

 

set back small footstone

 

K

9

41

 

 

set back small footstone

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