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From 250 in Hundred, turn right on Rt 69, go 2.9 miles toward Round Bottom.  Pull off on left, walk across a meadow bearing left and up the hill.  I was told this all used to be part of the Stump Family farm.   Cemetery was over grown, stones fallen on the ground and evidence of unmarked graves.  Read 10/06/2006 by Nora Hostutler.  Additional information provided by Karen Hucko.

 

 

 

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Hostutler, Bessie G. 27 Feb 1919 18 Aug 1918 d/o William & Jean Shadbolt Hostutler
Hostutler, William E. 1871 1929 Stone fallen on ground
s/o Abraham & Elizabeth Stump Hostutler
Hostutler, Jean 1891 1931 d/o Clayton & Mattie DeLong Shadbolt
Stump, Henry 1861 1931 s/o Adam & Hannah Soles Stump
Stump, Adam 6 Feb 1837 9 Jun 1898 Stone fallen on ground  s/o Stephen & Elizabeth Stump
Stump, Hannah 5 Apr 1838 5 Feb 1911 d/o Peter & Sarah Soles
H.S.     Footstone with just initials.  I saw no headstone.