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Beaver Cemetery

Last update 29-Dec-2005 10:59 AM

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Located in Tymochtee township, is situated .2 mile north of State Highway 103 and .1 mile west of County Highway 107
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The Wyandot County, Ohio Cemetery Burial Records, Col. Wm. Crawford Chapter DAR, 1982, p. 571 states:

"There are no stones remaining in this cemetery. Wayne Bloom, who has lived across the road all his life, states that to his knowledge only members of one family were buried there, the parents and their seven children. He did not recall their names."

In 1995 Landon Tanner and Nancy Honsberger combined their efforts and report the following:

"John Droll, who lives next to this old cemetery, found the following stone at the site:
Mary, wife of Joseph Truit died Oct. 20, 1848 AE 18y 27d.

Mary was Mary Rinebolt. (Marriages of Seneca County, OH, 1841-1899, Jean Seigley, p 371). Mary's mother was Catherine Wininger who married John Rinebold and was a half sister to John Wininger who owned this land having purchased it on October 17, 1835 from his father, Adam. (History Wyandot County Ohio, Leggett, Conaway & Co, 1884 p 1064; Seneca County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, Seneca County Genealogical Society, 1987 p 487; Wyandot County Records Vol A p 200).

A search of partitions suits (Wyandot County Clerk of Courts Office, April term 1855 packet) shows that Isaac Truit, father of Joseph, died in the forepart of 1844 owning 80 acres in the E 1/2 SE 1/4 of Section 9-1-14. A search of deeds indicate Elizabeth Truit, wife of Isaac, died after 1859 (Wyandot County Records Office Deed Book 13 page 267) and before 1868 (Wyandot County Records Office Deed Book 23 page 210). While it cannot be stated as fact, isn't it logical to assume that both of them were also buried in this cemetery?

Other members of the family or neighborhood may well have been buried there also."

The above information is from a book called "Tombstone Inscriptions from Cemeteries in Tymochtee Township Wyandot County, Ohio" from the Wyandot Tracers, Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, 1997.
listing by Sandy McGee

information from Alice Allen: "My records show a Mary Rinebolt, daughter of Daniel & Julia (Good) Rinebolt, married Joseph Truit. I believe the marriage took place on 31 Dec. 1846 in Seneca Co. OH. My basis for this is Daniel's will, made out 30 May 1874 in Marshall Co. KS, which gives $20 cash to his grand-daughter (unnamed in the will), who is the daughter of his deceased daughter Mary, whose husband's name was Joseph "Trude." Since this family was in Seneca Co. for many years (prior to leaving in mid to late 1850's for KS), I had always assumed the 1846 marriage for Mary to Joseph Truit to be for Mary, daughter of Daniel & Julia."

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