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Pioneer Cemetery
originally called the Baptist Graveyard (north) and Methodist Graveyard (south)
Lebanon, Ohio
No Surname or Illegible

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Methodist Graveyard
looking east

#4928
no visible markings on the stone fragment located between stones for Thomas A. Smith and for Amine Adel Choate
by
Arne H Trelvik
 
30 May 2006 

Methodist Graveyard
looking east

#4931
no visible markings on this stone which is "nearly" completely buried in front of the stone for John Rogers
by
Arne H Trelvik
 
30 May 2006 

Methodist Graveyard

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#3336
Base and broken stone in the mulch area near the fence parallel to Main Street

no legible inscription on visible part of stone or base

by
Dot Maruscik 
29 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard
left stone

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#3345 nearly illegible - bottom part "may say"
________
died Sep 20 1826
aged 5? months ? days

stone in center of group is for George H. Snyder
stone on right of group is for Elizabeth Clark

by
Dot Maruscik 
30 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard

looking east from
near the
West Street fence

#3349 #3350
   
by
Dot Maruscik
30 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard
L. - 3364             
C. - Zaccheus Ray #172
R. - Mary Vickers #190

3364

very worn - only bits of inscription now visible

by
Dot Maruscik 
30 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard

#3381 and #3382

illegible

by
Dot Maruscik
30 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard

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#3427 & 3431

illegible except
Sept. 20, 1826
aged 5 months

by
Dot Maruscik 
31 October 2007

Methodist Graveyard

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#3444

illegible stone a few rows in from the Harrison Street fence and northwest of the Temperance Bundy stone (#7)

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

by
Dot Maruscik  
31 October 2007

Baptist Graveyard

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#3456

broken illegible stone located due west of the Ichabod Corwin gravestone in grave #144

based on location, and previous readings, perhaps??? for
Mary Manning in grave #157
dau. of Samuel & Sarah Manning
died Nov. 12, 1849
aged 45 years

[inscription from Warren County Cemetery Records Volume 7 ]

by
Dot Maruscik 
9 February 2008
       
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