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Pioneer Cemetery
originally called the Baptist Graveyard (north) and Methodist Graveyard (south)
Lebanon, Ohio
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Methodist Graveyard

#170
In memory of
Charles Swain Weakley
son of John W. & Sarah A. Weakley
who died Oct. 11th, 1841
aged 1 year 3 months & 13 days
by
Dot Maruscik 
31 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard

# 468

Jane White
daughter of Wyllys & Mary Pierson
and wife of Henry White
who departed this life Mar. 13, 1843
aged 39 years 4 months & 4 days

[broken, partially buried stone - inscription partly from Warren County Cemetery Records Volume 7 ]

by
Dot Maruscik 
18 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard

# 249
Wyllys P. White
son of Henry & Jane White
died Sept. 12, 1843
aged 10 months
by
Dot Maruscik 
18 October 2007

Baptist Graveyard

#156

Sacred to the memory of
John Wickerham
who departed this life
March 1, 1837
aged 48 years 7 months

[worn stone - age taken from Warren County Cemetery Records Volume 7 ]

by
Dot Maruscik 
9 February 2008

Methodist Graveyard


left - perhaps #97 Center - # 98

broken stone with no remaining incription
based on location, perhaps was the stone for

Sarah E. Wiles
daughter of Wm. M. & N. B. Wiles
born Aug. 22, 1816
died July 7, 1836

Deborah A. Wiles
daughter of Wm. M. & Nancy B. Wiles
born May 16, 1829
died of scarlet fever Jan. 31, 1832
   
by
Dot Maruscik
29 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard

# 99

top of stone worn - thought to be for
Elizabeth Wiles
daughter of Wm. M. & Nancy B. Wiles
born Oct. 2, 1823
died of scarlet fever Jan'y. 28th 1832

 

by
Dot Maruscik 
29 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard

# 100

only date of death is legible on this stone - thought to be for
Mary Ann Wiles
daughter of Wm. M. & Nancy B. Wiles
born Oct. 14, 1819
died Oct. 13, 1820

[worn stone - inscription mostly from Warren County Cemetery Records Volume 7 ]

by
Dot Maruscik 
29 October 2007


Methodist Graveyard
l. William H. C. Wiles
r. William H. Wood


# 167

In memory of
William H. C. Wiles
son of E. A. & Catharine F. Wiles
who departed this life Sept. 10th 1839
aged 4 years 8 months and 14 days

My parents dear, weep not for me,
You knew I must go home.
I was upon a visit here,
An now I must return

by
Dot Maruscik 
4 August 2007
Methodist Graveyard
# 96

Erected to the memory of
William M. Wiles
who was born June 5th, 1787
and died April 16th, 1837

Draw near with pious reverence and attend
Here lies the husband, father and the freind,
The pitying heart that felt for human woe,
The friend of man - to vice alone a foe.

by
Dot Maruscik 
4 August 2007

Methodist Graveyard
left to right
Sarah Ann Ross

James Frazier
Sarah Frazier
Eliza Keziah Williams
maybe Mary Frazier


# 15

Eliza Keziah Williams
dauther of W. L. & E. Williams
who died Feby 28, 1833
aged 4 years & 6 months

by
Dot Maruscik 
17 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard

# 166
In memory of
Martha Jane Wood
daughter of Robert & Isabella Wood
who died Oct. 10th 1827
aged 2 years & 6 months
by
Dot Maruscik 
18 October 2007


Methodist Graveyard
l. William H. C. Wiles
r. William H. Wood


# 168

To the memory of
William H. Wood
son of Silas & Eliza Wood
who departed this life March 27, 1843
aged 6 months and 3 days

Suffer little children to come unto
me, and forbid them not: for of
such is the kingdom of God.
Luke XVIII.10

by
Dot Maruscik 
4 August 2007


Methodist Graveyard
looking east
Worley
(left)
&
Shurts (right)


#112

Felix G. Worley
son of Brice & Margaret A. Worley
died Aug. 14, 1842
aged 10 months & 28 days

by
Arne H Trelvik
 
30 May 2006 

Methodist Graveyard
looking east
Worley
(left)
&
Shurts (right)

#114

Harrison Worley
son of Brice & M. A. Worley
who died August 7, 1846
aged 4 months & 6 days

[chipped stone - inscription in part from Warren County Cemetery Records Volume 7]

by
Arne H Trelvik
 
30 May 2006 

Methodist Graveyard
looking east
Worley
(left)
&
Shurts (right)

#113
James W. Worley
son of Brice & M. A. Worley
who died Oct. 4, 1846
aged 4 years
by
Arne H Trelvik
 
30 May 2006 

Methodist Graveyard
looking east
Worley
(left)
&
Shurts (right)

#114

Luther Woley
son of Brice & M. A. Woley
who died Sept. 25, 1846
aged 14 years 11 months & 15 days

by
Arne H Trelvik
 
30 May 2006 

Methodist Graveyard
looking east
Worley
(left)
&
Shurts (right)

#116
before

#116
after

Margaret Ann Worley
wife of Brice Worley
born Nov. 25, 1804
died Feb. 11, 1848

[see 2011 restoration photos]

by
Arne H Trelvik
30 May 2006 
30 October 2011
 
#116

 

[broken stone - inscription in part from Warren County Cemetery Records Volume 7 - also see photo #4967]

by
Arne H Trelvik
 

Methodist Graveyard
looking east
Shurts (left)
Worley (right)
In memory of
Nancy Worley
consort of Wm. Worley
who departed this life
February 19th 1837
aged 82 years 7 months and 2 days
by
Arne H Trelvik
 
30 May 2006 

Methodist Graveyard
looking east
Shurts (left)
Worley (right)

illegible stone thought to be
William Worley
died June 17, 1828

[no visible inscription on this weathered stone - above inscription from Warren County Cemetery Records Volume 7]

by
Arne H Trelvik
 
30 May 2006 
       
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