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Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon, Ohio
2016 Revolutionary War Patriots Memorial Dedication

The north half was originally the Baptist Graveyard - The south half was originally the Methodist Graveyard

On April 24, 2016 the Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution held at service at the Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery to dedicate the memorial that they erected in the Pioneer Cemetery to honor 19 Revolutionary War patriots who were buried in Lebanon's Baptist Cemetery, Methodist Cemetery and Presbyterian Cemetery.
Baptist Cemetery Methodist Cemetery Presbyterian Cemetery
    (extinct graveyard location now a car dealership)
Francis Dunlavy
Mary (Craig) Dunlavy
Joseph Eddy [no gravestone]
Joseph Lamb
Jacob Earenfight [no gravestone]
Anthony Geoghegan [no gravestone]
Robert Hamilton
Leonard Peckinpaugh [moved to Lebanon Cemetery]
Matthias Spinning
Robert Benham
John Crawford Bone
James Cowan, Sr. [moved to Lebanon Cemetery]
Ezekiel Irvin [moved to Lebanon Cemetery]
Samuel Manning [moved to Lebanon Cemetery]
Lawrence Monfort [moved to Lebanon Cemetery]
Peter Perlee [moved to Lebanon Cemetery]
William Russell [moved to Lebanon Cemetery]
John Tharp [moved to Lebanon Cemetery]
Jonathan Tichenor
24 April 2016

A few photos taken at the dedication ceremony

Cincinnati Chapter Sons of the American Revolution
See the CCSAR website for a photo slideshow and biographical sketches of the 19 patriots at They also shared the following photos with us

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