Pioneer Cemeteries and Their Stories,

Madison County, Indiana

Otterbein Cemetery

Home Up

aka  Makepeace/Chesterfield/United Brethren

Union Township

Location: north side of 10th Street, between Anderson City Airport and Linden Lane in Chesterfield 

    The name for this cemetery is the anglicized version of the German last name Aughterbine.  William Aughterbine of Germany was the founder of the Society of United Brethren, and in the early 1830s this was a very popular Protestant movement.  As soon as 1835, settlers in Chesterfield organized a United Brethren Church and named it after the movement's founder: Otterbein (Aughterbine).  Brazelton and Stephen Noland, William Dilts, John Suman, Henry Russell, and J.C. Guston and their families were some of the pioneer settlers who attended.  They first met in each others' homes because they could not afford to build a house of worship.

    Around 1842/3, Brazelton Noland donated the land and moved others to help erect a brick church, the first brick church in Madison County.  He made and burned the bricks himself.  Adjacent to the church was the Otterbein Cemetery.  Earlier than the Otterbein Church though, this land was used for burials by the Noland family.  Daniel Noland and his wife Mary Wilson, parents of Brazelton and Stephen, were the first to be buried at this location.  They were both born in Maryland and had initially migrated to Wayne County, Indiana. Daniel was a veteran of "America's second fight for independence," as some historians refer to the War of 1812.  However, when the territory known as the "New Purchase" opened, Daniel, Mary, and their adult children were among the first to enter, arriving July 4, 1822, to what would become Union Township.  They homesteaded the land just east of where the Anderson Airport is now.  A picture of their two-story log cabin can be seen on the Union Township page.  Mary, born in 1766, died on this Hoosier frontier April 30, 1825.  She was the first to be buried at what would become the Otterbein Cemetery, and her gravestone, for many years, was considered the earliest in the county.  Its inscription read:

"In memory of Mary,

consort of Daniel Noland,

who departed this life April 30, 1825

in the 60th year of her age." 

Her husband Daniel, frontiersman and veteran, was buried by her side; he died January 12, 1829, at sixty-three years.  His gravestone once read:

"In memory of Daniel Noland

Who departed this Life January 14th, 1829

 in the 63rd year of his age."

        The Otterbein Cemetery area probably contains the remains of more pre-Civil War veterans than any other cemetery in Madison County.  There are two soldiers from the Revolutionary War:      

    Captain Litchfield is listed in the DAR Index of Revolutionary Patriots.  His grave is listed as unmarked in the Otterbein Cemetery area, possibly in the adjacent Potters' Field, by the American Legion's Cemetery Record of Deceased Veterans.  An American flag is usually placed near Henry Russell's marker to acknowledge Capt. Litchfield's contribution.  Very little information can found concerning Litchfield's life in Madison County.  He was an early settler in Union Township and may have come to Chesterfield alone.

 

Henry Russell, Revolutionary War soldier, was at Valley Forge in 1777.  He was born in 1754 and served as a private in Maryland's 1st Regiment.  He died in 1836 in Chesterfield at eighty-two years.  Henry is listed  in the DAR Index of Revolutionary Patriots.  Mr. Russell was one of the early Union Township pioneers.  Henry's son, also named Henry, was a class leader in the Otterbein Church.  This veteran's daughter Nancy was the wife of Brazleton Noland, discussed above. 

Henry Russell's grave retains the memorial plaque placed there by the Daughters of the American Revolution.  Madison County's Kikthawenund Chapter of the DAR had historian Edward J. Ronsheim, Sr., speak at the dedication ceremonies:  "Only by preserving history are we fit to make it.  These people braved the dangers of the frontier to establish that which we enjoy.  Surely they earned from us a right to believe that the stones which mark their lives and deaths will be held as a sacred trust and historical tie between the past, today and the future." 

Ronsheim also noted from Russell family history that Revolutionary veteran Henry "at age eighty-two stood tall and erect with coal black hair."

   From the War of 1812, there are three veterans as listed in the American Legion's Cemetery Records of Deceased Veterans:  Daniel Noland, discussed above, a (Mr.) Younge, and John Suman.  This latter is another interesting early settler who in 1822 began a farm one mile west of Chesterfield on the vacated Delaware village of Bucktown, named after Chief Buck/Killbuck.  Mr. Suman turned the "Bucktown Hole" near White River into a thriving farm where he grew corn and raised hogs.  Suman sold his hogs at the closest market at that time--Cincinnati.  He had to "drive them" there, which in farmers' terminology means he walked them.  The journey took over twelve days.  Mr. Suman's agricultural practices made him wealthy enough in 1846 to purchase the first threshing machine and later the first reaping and mowing machine in the township.  John Suman was born in 1789 in Maryland and died in Chesterfield in 1856.

    An additional 1812 veteran has been supplied by Gunder family genealogist Robert Flanagan of Cincinnati, Ohio.  Henry E. Gunder was born May 1779 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  As an adult he was living in Fairfield County, Ohio, and it was from there that he served his country as a private in the War of 1812.  In 1834 he sold his farm in Good Hope, Hocking County, Ohio, and with his family moved to the Chesterfield area.  Henry's wife Elizabeth Sisco/Francisco was born September 1792 in Fairmont, Virginia (now West Virginia).  The couple had four children: Daniel, born 1825, who married Elizabeth Hughel, daughter of Ephraim and Susannah Lowman Hughel; Jane, born 1828, who married Curran Beall; Henry, born 1829, who married Louisa Cotton; and Lovina, born 1832, who married James Humphrey.  The parents Henry and Elizabeth died October 18, 1854, and September 8, 1858, respectively.  They are buried here at the Otterbein along with their daughters Jane Gunder Beall, who died in 1869, and Lovina Gunder Humphrey, who died in July 17, 1851. All four Gunder family members are recorded on the transcription list below.  Henry and Elizabeth's sons Daniel and Henry around 1867 moved with their wives and children to Fairmont, Illinois.

The Suman family section is on the east boundary of the cemetery.  The Sumans were members of the Otterbein United Brethren Church.  The two Suman pillars, pictured right, have the symbol, the hand pointing heavenward, indicating where the souls of these departed now reside.

The stones on the ground in the background are not tombstones, but they might be considered grave markers.  It was a tradition for some during this time period to mark the family section by lining the edge with field stones.  Such is the case here.  Another family lined their section's border with cement; another from slightly later, used railroad ties.

 

 

     Four soldier veterans from the Mexican-American War are buried at the Otterbein.  John M. Dilts (son of William and Jane Dilts) was born January 1, 1820. If some historians are correct and the William Dilts family came to the county as early as 1819, then son John M. would be the first white child born in the Chesterfield vicinity.  John's partially destroyed grave maker is at right.  The emblem, still discernable, is that of the Masons.  War of 1812 veterans Richard Godwin, Elijah McClanahan, and Isaac Vanmeter are also buried here, along with ten soldiers from the Civil War.

   

   

    Amasa Makepeace, who settled on the east side of Mill Creek with his wife, two daughters and seven sons in 1821/2, was the head of Madison County's first prominent family of businessmen.  Mr. Makepeace established the first post office in Chesterfield; he was the postmaster for over twenty-five years.  He also was the township's first justice of the peace.  Amasa built a grist mill on Mill Creek, possibly taking over a mill started earlier by William Dilts.  The Makepeaces' first, two-horse wagon load of goods to be sold in Cincinnati contained coon, deer, and bear skins and beeswax.  Natural resources were so plentiful that the next trip required three, two-horse wagons to transport their merchandise: the family soon became wealthy.  A civic leader as well, Amasa Makepeace was the foreman of the grand jury that indicted four whites for the massacre of friendly Native Americans.  (For more on the crime and trial, go to the Madison County history page.)  Amasa Makepeace died February 28, 1845, and is buried at the Otterbein.

 

Head of the earliest of Madison County's entrepreneurial families,  Amasa Makepeace, whose ancestors were from England, died at seventy-six years of age in 1845.  His grave marker, pictured right, was erected later in the 19th century, by descendents.

Amasa and sons Allen and Alfred helped the commercial development of Anderson, Chesterfield, and Frankton.

   

    Amasa's sons Allen and Alfred actually came to the county ahead of the rest of the Makepeace family and were instrumental in the development of the entire area.  They arrived in 1820 and camped along White River where, as merchants, they sold goods to early pioneers and the Native Americans.  While Alfred actually settled in the Indian village (now Anderson) in 1823 and contributed to its growth, Allen settled closer to his father Amasa in what was to be Chesterfield.  Allen  is responsible for starting a store near the Makepeace grist mill in the late 1820s, platting Chesterfield in 1830, and building in 1834 the second brick house in the township.  Allen Makepeace was a highly successful businessman, so much so that when he died in 1871, he was the wealthiest man in the county, estimated at over a quarter of a million dollars (back then!).  As befitting their financial station in life, Allen and wife Nancy have at the Otterbein the largest memorial.  The plot is surrounded by a wrought-iron fence with gate, added Victorian luxuries. (A picture of one of the Makepeace houses is on the Union Township page.  For more on Alfred, go to the Pipe Creek Township page and the Anderson Township page.)

 

The Allen Makepeace family plot is in the northwest corner of the Otterbein and is surrounded by a Victorian iron fence.  Allen and his wife Nancy's large marker is directly opposite the decorative gateposts, pictured left.

Years of neglect have allowed a tree once bordering the cemetery to overtake the Makepeace fence.

  

 

John Allen, whose restored pillar is pictured right, may have come to the area as early as 1820 with his father William Allen; John was eleven years old.  During John's military service he attained the rank of lieutenant.  Additionally, he served the county as coroner, township trustee, and justice of the peace from 1840 to 1845.  John entered land starting in 1830 and eventually owned 230 acres.  According to historian Samuel Harden, "Mr. A. is perhaps the best posted in pioneer history of any man living in the county...  He lived to see the Indians retreat, the dense forest cleared away and Anderson built up.  Schoolhouses and churches dot our county...and early privations replaced by modern conveniences."  John's wife died in 1873; he followed in 1881.

   

    Other notable pioneers of "firsts" are interred here. Jason Hutson died December 22, 1852, at "49y 2m 3d."  Jason was the first school teacher in the township and one of the first in the entire county.  Indiana law of 1816 stated that twenty houses or more in a township could open a school.  Union Township was incorporated in 1824, and in 1829 the required twenty homes opened their first school with Jason as schoolmaster.  Jason was the son-in-law of Daniel Noland.  One of the very first doctors in the county is resting here, physician G.W. Godwin,1800-1886.  Even though the 19th century was a "man's world," there were a few independent pioneer females.  One was Elizabeth Shimer, the first woman in the township and the second in the county to obtain land in her own name.  She filed for eighty acres in section 11 on December 12, 1823.

 

   

Not every story from the pioneer days is positive.  Sometimes, individuals could not cope with the hard life in the wilderness.  The column above is for members of the VanMeter family.  Relative Isaac VanMeter came to the county in the 1830s.  He settled with his wife along the east side of White River in Union Township.  In 1834, he became insane, according to historical accounts, and committed suicide by hanging himself.  Chronicler Samuel Harden relates, "His wife was a very intelligent old lady, and was my first school teacher.  She died in 1840 and was buried by her husband in the Chesterfield [Otterbein] cemetery." 

 

The two oldest, legible stones still existent at the Otterbein are pictured above: James Lonsdale who died September 8, 1842, and Susanna Shroyer who died May 7, 1840.

   

    Vandalized multiple times in the 20th century, the Otterbein Cemetery once held over 350 legible tombstones, according to records.  At most, only a third of the stones still exist.  The list of the pioneers and settlers interred here, presented at the bottom of this page, must be credited to the efforts of Fred R. Davis who in 1949 recorded the gravestone inscriptions and to the  Daughters of the American Colonies who made a second transcription in 1959.

 

The once prominent gravestone of William Dilts, 1793-1874,and his wife Jane, 1791-1876, whose data is on the opposite side, shows some of the destruction inflicted upon the Otterbein.  The top pillar, now broken, has since been returned to its socket. This pioneer settler--one of the earliest in the county, 1821--still has the base of the monument to give his name, death date, and age.  Transcriber Fred Davis recorded in 1949 that on the original base of the monument was this genealogical information: "Son of Francis Dilts and his wife Margaret." (For more on William and Jane Dilts, go to the Union Township page.)

    

    The MCCC is attempting to record from various public and private sources the names of all persons buried at the Otterbein who at this point are without grave markers.  For example, Richard Dilts,1790-1856, followed his brother William to Union Township.  Richard brought his wife Mary Gustin, 1814-1875, and their children.  Richard was the first to enter several parcels of land south of SR 32 and Mounds State Park.  He and his sons also developed a farm on the north side of Lindberg Road.  Before the 1840 census, his mother-in-law Jane Howe Gustin,1786-1844, moved to the Chesterfield area.  Jane is buried at the Otterbein and once had a gravestone legible enough to be recorded by Fred Davis in 1949.  Richard is also buried here between two of his sons--Daniel, born 1829, and Simon, born 1837--now in unmarked graves.   The Nolands, two of the earliest burials in the county, had  headstones as late as the 1970s; however, their markers have since been destroyed. 

    Even some 20th century burials are now without markers.  John E. Brown was born in 1828, the son of Friend Browne and grandson of Martin Brown, Sr. As a child with his family, he migrated to central Indiana in the mid 1830s.  He married Elizabeth Franklin when he was twenty and eventually operated a mill for a number of years on Fall Creek near its junction with Sly Fork in Madison County.  As an older family man, he followed his adult daughter and his in-laws into Kansas, but later returned to the Chesterfield area of this county to live near other relatives.  He died in 1918 when he was eighty-nine years old.  His grave is also among the many that have lost a headstone.

    In the fall of 2006, the Madison County Cemetery Commission undertook the refurbishment of the Otterbein Cemetery.  This coincided with the 175th anniversary of the founding of Chesterfield. Contractors Larry Brown and Herb Justice were hired to clear the undergrowth and repair the many damaged stones.  Their efforts converted a field into a memorial.

 

Before, at left, Indiana Pioneer Cemetery Restoration Project volunteer Amy Terry inspects in the undergrowth a hidden foundation for one of the many missing stones. 

After, in the picture at right, the sockets are exposed after clearing of fence lines.

 

 

    Larkins' and Elizabeth's gravestones were among those restored in the fall of 2006 by contractors Larry Brown and Herb Justice.  The Martins, at right, were among the first families to the township. Elizabeth, who died in 1856, was the wife of John.  They first owned the land where the Adena/Hopewell Mounds are.  They sold that property to Frederick Bronnenberg, Jr., who preserved the Mounds for future generations. (See the Union Township page.)  The Moneyhuns, at left, are listed as later settlers to Adams Township.  Pictures of more restored stones from the Otterbein can be seen on the Otterbein Refurbishment page.

   

    While the original church has long since been torn down, the graveyard retains its original German name.  Ironically, the Otterbein now represents the best and worst of the modern world.  While a person stands in the midst of memorials to early pioneers, one can view a symbol of progress and modern technology--the Anderson Airport.   However, one also has to be aware of the violence and senselessness it took to partially destroy this very important part of Madison County culture and history. 

 

The airport's white communications tower can be seen in the far background.  The west boundary of the cemetery is now lined with the tall Anderson Airport fencing. 

The stones pictured are for the Rinker family.

                             

Names
ID Names Birth Date Death Date Cemetery
771 ALLEN, JESSE 1881 or 1886 1888 or 1899 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
778 ALLEN, JOHN   1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
777 ALLEN, JOHN NOV. 1, 1809 MAR. 17, 1881 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
779 ALLEN, JOHN 22Y. 3M. 1D. JAN.or NOV. 13, 1890 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
833 ALLEN, POLLY 46Y. 7M. 16D. JUN. or JUL. 2, 1873 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
835 ALLEN, REBECCA 21Y. 8M. or 9M. 10D. JAN. 8, 1886 or 85 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
854 ALLEN, SARAH J. 24Y. 6M. 28D. JUN. 25, 1883 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
872 ALLEN, WILLIAM 28Y. 18D. APR. 1, 1875 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
1383 ARBUCKLE, ALBIA W. FEB. 9, 1893 APR. 13, 1893 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
1393 ARBUCKLE, WILLIS M. NOV. 19, 1889 APR. 12, 1893 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
2014 BACCHMAN, LYDIA C. 20Y. 4M. 7D. MAY 18, 1861 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
3223 BATES, MARY A. 13Y. 5M. or 11M. SEP. 24, 1867 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
3274 BAUGHMAN, CATHARINE 48Y. 2M. 6D. JAN.or JUNE 17, 1861 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
3275 BAUGHMAN, LYDIA (WHITE) 20Y. 1M. 7D. MAY 18, 1863 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
3425 BEALL, JANE (GUNDER) 40Y. 4M. 5D. JAN. 9, 1868 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
4573 BIDDINGER, JAMES E. 29Y. 7M. 25D. MAY 19, 1895 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
5232 BODEL, NANCY   OCT. 26, 1880 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
6252 BRANDON, ________ 5Y. 10M. 18D. APR. 3, 1850 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
6253 BRANDON, ALVIN 1Y. 6D. or 8D. SEP. 15, 1839 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
6256 BRANDON, DAVID 5Y. 10M. 13D. APR. 3, 1850 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
6260 BRANDON, GREENUP 4Y. or 44Y. 9M. 18D. OCT. 11, 1853 or 58 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
6265 BRANDON, JOSEPH H. 1Y. or 9Y. 11M. 21D. OCT. 17, 1848 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
6294 BRANNON, GRUNUP 44Y. 9M. 18D. OCT. 11, 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
8879 CALNAHAN, ELIJAH 32Y. 11M. 22D. MAY 9, 1859 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
8880 CALNAHAN, JANE   AUG. 17, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
8881 CALNAHAN, JOHN A. 37Y. 10M. 17D. DEC. 18, 1817 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
8925 CAMPBELL, COLIN 11M. 24D. SEP. 15, 1872 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
8926 CAMPBELL, D. C. 23Y. SEP. 20, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
8949 CAMPBELL, J. A. 11Y. 21M. 3D. SEP. 16, 1872 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
8948 CAMPBELL, J. A. MAR. 8, 1829 SEP. 1, 1882 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
8988 CAMPBELL, MARIAN B. 1842 FEB. 27, 1920 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
9397 CARPENTER, WILLIAM A. 1Y. 2M. 23D. SEP. 6, 1863 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
9559 CARSON, MARGARET 21Y. 2D. OCT. 27, 1859 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
9668 CARTWRIGHT, FANNIE 1824 1918 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
9679 CARTWRIGHT, LEWIS 1862 1931 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
9698 CARTWRIGHT, WASHINGTON   1892 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
10555 CLARK, (MR.) 60Y. AUG. 19, 1895 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
10671 CLARK, JAMES HARVEY 17Y. or 11Y. 16D. SEP. 1, 1851 or 71 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
10720 CLARK, MARY ANN 17Y. 5M. 11D. FEB. 8, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
11035 CLEVENDER, HULKAH J. 1869 1876 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
11036 CLEVENDER, JOHN A. 1852 1881 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
11037 CLEVENDER, WILLIAM H. 1858 1881 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
11042 CLEVENGER, (INFANT) 2W. JUL. 29, 1897 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
11078 CLEVENGER, SARAH 1828 1881 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
11081 CLEVENGER, ZACHARIAH 1828 SEP. 22, 1898 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
11656 COLEMAN, (MR.) 65Y. AUG. 6, 1895 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
11905 COMER, ELLEN 72Y. 10M. 12D. DEC. 1 or 10, 1869 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
11904 COMER, ELLEN 75Y. 5M. 29D. DEC. 10, 1869 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
14263 CURTIS, WILLIAM R. 11Y. OCT. 9, 1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
15757 DELPH, SARAH A. 1Y. 5M. 20D. SEP. 4, 1873 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16269 DILTS, CATHERINE 55Y. 11M. 11D. NOV. 19, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16284 DILTS, JANE 80Y. 8M. 27D. 1876 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16286 DILTS, JOHN M. FEB. 1, 1820 JUN. 20, 1872 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16291 DILTS, MAHALA 81Y. JAN. 16, 1902 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16292 DILTS, MARGARET JANE 67Y. DEC. 30, 1908 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16293 DILTS, MARTIN P. 1827 1903 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16296 DILTS, NANCY 1830 1913 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16298 DILTS, PERRY M. 13Y. 6M. 20D. JUL. 8, 1833 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16299 DILTS, PERRY M. 13Y. 3M. or 4M. 20D. JUL. 8, 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16300 DILTS, SIMON   SEP. 27, 1844 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16302 DILTS, WILLIAM 80Y. 8M. 27D. FEB. 10, 1874 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16303 DILTZ, MARTIN 1827 1903 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16510 DOCKTER, BARNEY 64Y. 18D. SEP. 12, 1873 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16512 DOCKTER, HENRY 23Y. 10M. 11D. FEB. 14, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16517 DOCKTER, JOHN 1809 JUL. 26, 1877 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16519 DOCKTER, MARY ANN 1821 AUG. 9, 1877 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16520 DOCKTER, MAUDY M. 2Y. 8M. 19D. OCT. 5, 1882 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
16523 DOCKTER, NELLIE P. 2Y. 9M. 9D. NOV. 25, 1882 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
17227 DUNN, HARRIETT 72Y. MAR. 19, 1906 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
18240 ELLISON, (INFANT) 2M. OCT. 13, 1898 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
19321 FAUSTNAUGHT, (MRS.) 72Y. MAR. 6, 1897 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
19793 FINEFROCK, JOHN R. 41Y. 3M. 3D. APR. 1, 1875 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20778 FOSNET, MARY FEB. 20, 1849 APR. 28, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20781 FOSNOT, AMANDA JUN. 4, 1818 MAR. 6, 1897 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20786 FOSNOT, CAROLINE 1851 1898 or 1884 or 1889 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20787 FOSNOT, CATHERINE 82Y. APR. 26, 1855 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20790 FOSNOT, GEORGE JUN. 6, 1818 AUG. 2, 1875 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20791 FOSNOT, ISABELLE JAN. 11, 1859 MAR. 28, 1882 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20797 FOSNOT, MARY FEB. 20, 1849 APR. 28, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20798 FOSNOT, NETTIE (ROUGHLEY) 1875 1898 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20804 FOSNOT, STEPHEN 1850 1884 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
20808 FOSNOT, WILLARD NOV. 8, 1856 JUL. 30, 1875 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
21359 FREE, GALISTA or CALISTA 10Y. or 11Y. NOV. 28, 1852 or 53 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
21371 FREE, JANE 19Y. JUL. 22, 1838 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
21372 FREE, JANE 74Y. 1M. MAY 3, 1868 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
21391 FREE, WILLIAM 12Y. 10M. 7D. OCT. 23, 1842 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
21392 FREE, WILLIAM 68Y. / 69Y. 4M. 21D. AUG. 21, 1859 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
21458 FRENCH, BENAJAH 57Y. 10M. 22D. AUG. 29, 1877 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
21459 FRENCH, BENANAH 37Y. 11M. 22D. AUG. 29, 1877 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
21474 FRENCH, EVA C. 23Y. 6M. 3D. or 6D. JAN. 4, 1877 or 72 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
22671 GIDEON, _______ 6Y. 9M. 18D. OCT. 21, 1856 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23124 GODWIN, C. W. 55Y. 4M. 20D. APR. 20, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23126 GODWIN, GEORGE 1800 APR. 20, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23127 GODWIN, GEORGE W. 31Y. AUG. 21, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23128 GODWIN, HENRY C. 41 IND REG CO D   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23129 GODWIN, MARGARET J. 11Y. 11M. 6D. OCT. 21, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23131 GODWIN, RICHARD T. 29Y. 5M. 27D. AUG. 1, 1871 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23130 GODWIN, RICHARD T. 1822 MAR. 1, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23132 GODWIN, SEBENNA 34Y. MAY 11, 1836 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23133 GODWIN, SERINA or SERENNA 34Y. OCT. 5, 1836 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23298 GOOD, ELIAS 78Y. 10M. 19D. MAR. 12, 1888 or 83 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23419 GOODWIN, BRIGHARD T. 20Y. MAY 1, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23716 GRAHAM, LUCY J. 2Y. 1M. 24D. or 21D. DEC. 28, 1838 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23746 GRAHAM, STEPHEN H. 2Y. 2M. 20D. FEB. 16, 1842 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23747 GRAHAM, STEPHEN R. 3Y. 2M. 26D. FEB. 16, 1842 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
23754 GRAIN, (INFANT) 6D. JAN. 16, 1904 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24192 GREY, JAMES 75Y. JUN. 27, 1895 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24249 GRIFFITH, (INFANT) 20D. JUL. 26, 1849 or 41 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24251 GRIFFITH, ABEL 66Y. 6M. 1D. DEC. 15, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24253 GRIFFITH, ANN 31Y. MAR. 12, 1852 or 57 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24273 GRIFFITH, HENRY W.   AUG. 22, 1858 or 52 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24278 GRIFFITH, JOHN B. 6M. 12D. NOV. 26, 1856 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24277 GRIFFITH, JOHN B. 6M. 17D. OCT. 26, 1855 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24290 GRIFFITH, STEPHEN M. W.   OCT. 27, 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24292 GRIFFITH, WILLIAM 34Y. 6M. 5D. JUL. 14, 1852 or 57 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24295 GRIFFITH, WILLIAM QUIMBY or WI JUN. 28, 1852 or 53 AUG. 12, 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24296 GRIFFITH, WILLIAM QUINCY AUG. 12, 1853 JUN. 28, 1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24616 GUNDER, ELI or ELIZABETH 66Y. 10 or 19D. SEP. 8, 1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24618 GUNDER, HENRY 76Y. 6M. 29D. OCT. 18, 1864 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24617 GUNDER, HENRY 75Y. 5M. 29D. OCT. 18, 1854 or 64 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24686 GUSTIN, JANE 58Y. 5D. or 4D. MAR. 7, 1844 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
24745 GUSTON, JANE 58Y. 11D. MAR. 7, 1844 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
28572 HILL, SARAH 74Y. OCT. 3, 1876 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
28599 HILLIGOSS, (INFANT)   JUL. 5, 1908 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
29038 HODGE, E. ALLEN or E. ALLIE 1856 1922 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
29233 HOLDER, HELEN PAULINE 2M. DEC. 11, 1907 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
29884 HORNEY, (MISS) 22Y. NOV. 8, 1895 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
30302 HUDSON, JASON 19Y, 7M. 3D. DEC. 22, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
30892 HUMPHREY, JAMES     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
30897 HUMPHREY, LOVINA 17Y. 3M. 16D. JUL. 17, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
30898 HUMPHREY, LOVINA / LEVINA (GUN 19Y. 3M. 19D. or 10D JUL. 17, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31186 HURLEY, ARBENA     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31187 HURLEY, ARBENA C. 19Y. 11M.or 1M. 19D. SEP. 23, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31188 HURLEY, CLARENCE W. 2Y. 9M. FEB. 4, 1893 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31190 HURLEY, EMALINE 11Y. 1M. 13D. MAR. 18, 1866 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31193 HURLEY, JOANAN 1818 APR. 26, 1875 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31194 HURLEY, JOEY E. 4Y. 9M. JAN. 29, 1899 or 93 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31196 HURLEY, JOHN (SGT.) JAN. 10 or 19, 1841 FEB. 22, 1923 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31199 HURLEY, MARY A. 13Y. 1M. SEP. 24, 1867 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31388 HUTSON, CHARIPY 2Y. 3M. 6D.   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31391 HUTSON, EMELINE 1Y. 5M. 6D.   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31395 HUTSON, JASON 49Y. 2M. 3D. DEC. 22, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31394 HUTSON, JASON 19Y. 7M. 3D. DEC. 22, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31397 HUTSON, JOHN 5Y. 1M. 7D.   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31398 HUTSON, LEONLDAS 1Y. 9M. 20D.   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31400 HUTSON, ORINTA 26M. 20D.   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31595 IRELAND, (MRS.) 75Y. JAN. 22, 1901 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31679 ISANOBEL, HANNAH A. 42Y. 4M. 21D. OCT. 11, 1864 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31699 ISANOGLE, HANNAH 19Y. 11M. 21D. OCT. 11, 1864 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31700 ISANOGLE, HANNAH A. 20Y. 9M. 21D. APR. 11, 1884 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
31732 ISNOGLE, MARY 7Y. 11M. 13D. NOV. 6, 1861 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
32117 JAMES, W. C. MAY 14, 1858 MAY 19, 1927 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
32498 JOHN, CATHERINE 55Y. 11M. 11D. NOV. 19, 1876 or 30 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
32527 JOHN, WILLIAM M. 79Y. or 73Y. 5M. 3D. FEB. 13, 1888 or 38 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
33889 KANE, RACHEL E. MAY 7, 1867 FEB. 9, 1899 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
37133 LEATHERS, C. GEORGE 45Y. 10M. 23D. FEB. 4, 1878 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
37134 LEATHERS, CAROLINE 24Y. 11M. 16D. NOV. 30, 1858 or 57 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
37135 LEATHERS, CATHERINE 24Y. 11M. 1D. NOV. 30, 1857 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
38581 LONSDALE, FRANCIS 72Y. 5M. 1D. JUN. 22, 1847 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
38582 LONSDALE, JAMES 21Y. or 2Y. 7M. 20D. SEP. 8, 1842 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
38584 LONSDALE, MARY 72Y. 9M. 5 or 12D. JAN. 19, 1856 or 66 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
38598 LOOS, HENRY C.   OCT. 1816 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
38600 LOOS, JAMES 12Y. AUG. 14, 1871 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
38599 LOOS, JAMES 12Y. AUG. 11, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39207 MACY, HENRY 10M. OCT. 1, 1816 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39402 MAKEPEACE, ALLEN SEP. 23 or 28, 1802 JUL. 10, 1871 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39404 MAKEPEACE, AMASA 76Y.or 70Y. 2M. 29D. FEB. 28, 1845 or 48 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39405 MAKEPEACE, AMASA, JR. 49Y. 10M. MAR. 29, 1877 or 71 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39406 MAKEPEACE, ANNAH 37Y. 27D. FEB. 8, ___ OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39407 MAKEPEACE, BETSY 74Y. 15D. JUN. 18, 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39409 MAKEPEACE, ELIZABETH (BABBETT)   JUN. 18, 1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39411 MAKEPEACE, GEORGE 16Y. 10M. 14D. MAR. 29, 1860 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39414 MAKEPEACE, JAMES B. 20Y. 5M. MAY 30 or 23, 1860 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39422 MAKEPEACE, NANCY 70Y. 5M. 11D. NOV. 1877 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39421 MAKEPEACE, NANCY 70Y. 5M. 11D. OCT. 1877 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39836 MARLIN, ELIZABETH 58Y. 6M. 28D. APR. 21, 1856 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
39987 MARTIN, BECCA   NOV. 8, 186_ OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
40010 MARTIN, ELIZABETH 58Y. 6M. 20D. APR. 21, 1856 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
40020 MARTIN, FRANCIS M. 25Y. 1M. 2D. DEC. 24, 1861 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
40065 MARTIN, MARTHA J. 6M. 22D. MAR. 25, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
40085 MARTIN, REBECCA 64Y. 4M. NOV. 3 or 8, 1867 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
40881 MCCLANAHAN, ELIJAH 1825 MAR. 9, 1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
40882 MCCLANAHAN, ELIZABETH 32Y. 1M. 28D. MAR. 3, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
40883 MCCLANAHAN, JANE 67Y. 5M. 18D. AUG. 17, 1857 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
40884 MCCLANAHAN, JOHN 37Y. 10M. 12D. DEC. 19, 1847 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
40885 MCCLANAHAN, JOHN A. 37Y. 10M. 17D. DEC. 19, 1817 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
41741 MCGRIFF, (MRS.) 55Y. FEB. 24, 1900 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
41747 MCGRIFF, THOMAS 1834 JAN. 14, 1896 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
41750 MCGUIFF, THOMAS CO. B 36 IND INF.   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
42862 MICRE, HENRY 10M. 3D. OCT. 1, 1846 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
42941 MILLER, (SON) 9M. 11D. MAY 23, 1811 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43355 MILLES, BETHANY 78Y. 5M. 22D. MAY 12, 1890 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43356 MILLES, JAMES 62Y. 4M. 10D. NOV. 10, 1862 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43376 MILLS, ANNAH   SEP. 5, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43380 MILLS, BETH ANN   NOV. 10, 1854 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43381 MILLS, BETHANY 78Y. 5M. 22D. MAY 12, 1890 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43385 MILLS, CATHERINE MALINDA   SEP. 5, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43396 MILLS, ELIZA   SEP. 24, 1845 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43417 MILLS, JAMES 9M. 11D. MAY 23, 1811 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43416 MILLS, JAMES 62Y. 4M. 10D. NOV. 10, 1862 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43418 MILLS, JAMES B. 9M. 11D. MAY 28, 1841 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43449 MILLS, MAY ELLEN   SEP. 7, 1854 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43469 MILLS, SARAH ELIZABETH 8M. 13D. SEP. 21 or 24, 1845 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43481 MILLS, WILLIAM P. or D. 1Y. 1M. or 11M. 15D. JUN. 18, 1844 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43594 MINNICK, DANIEL 3Y. 5M.   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43595 MINNICK, DANNY     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43597 MINNICK, ISAAC M. MAR. 5, 1834 JUL. 19, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43810 MOGRIEF, THOMAS     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43867 MONEYHON, RUBEN 9Y. 5M. 3D. JUNE 11, 1872 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43868 MONEYHON, WILLIAM 6Y. 9M. 4D. AUG. 31, 1878 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43872 MONEYHUN, AMANDA 80Y. 11M. 28D. APR. 28, 1878 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43873 MONEYHUN, AMANDA J. 30Y. 11M. 28D. APR. 23, 1873 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43895 MONEYHUN, LARKIN D. 30Y. 3D. OCT. 31, 1872 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
43897 MONEYHUN, ROLEY 3D. APR. 4, 1879 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
44382 MOORE, THOMAS     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
45186 MUNNER, JOHN 65Y. FEB. 5, 1896 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
45477 MYERS, ________ DEC. 17, 1847 OCT. 12, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
45571 MYRES, MELLANY DEC. 1718 OCT. 1881 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
45706 NEELY, SARAH 63Y. 4M. 13D. SEP. 7, 1856 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46342 NOLAND, ATHALIAH 1844 DEC. 1, 1904 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46345 NOLAND, DANIEL 1766 JUN. 1, 1829 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46346 NOLAND, DONNA or DONA A. 1879 1897 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46349 NOLAND, FRANK 1872 1895 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46352 NOLAND, GREEN B. 1837 1920 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46365 NOLAND, MARY 60Y. AUG. 30, 1825 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46366 NOLAND, MARY M. 9M. 2D. FEB. 12, 1813 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46368 NOLAND, NANCY 1Y. 1M. APR. 23, 1871 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46369 NOLAND, NANCY 24Y. 1M. 6D. AUG. 21, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46370 NOLAND, NANCY E.M. 19M. 12D. JAN. 12, 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46376 NOLAND, WILLIAM 49Y. 9M. 4D. FEB. 17, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46379 NOLAND, WILLIAM N.   FEB. 17, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
46664 O'BRIAN, WILLIAM 74Y. AUG. 5, 1871 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
47123 ORR, THOMAS 8 REG IND VOL CO E   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
47971 PATTERSON, GEORGE C. 15Y. 10M. 23D. FEB. 4, 1875 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
47992 PATTERSON, LYDIA 56Y. NOV. 3, 1866 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
48011 PATTERSON, REBECCA     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
48017 PATTERSON, THOMAS H. 61Y. 3M. 10D. or 1D. 1871 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
50601 RAY, CHARLES 8 IND INF CO F   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
51306 REMSBURGH, ANNA M. 72Y. DEC. 22, 1862 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
51360 RENSBURGH, ANNA M. 72Y. DEC. 22, 1862 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
51683 RICHARD, GEORGE W.   SEP. 28, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
52334 RINKER, LYDIA A. 35Y. or 65Y. 17D. OCT. 9, 1894 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
52963 RODWIN, G. W. 55Y. 4M. 20D. APR. 20, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
53432 ROUGHLEY, NETTIE FOSNOT 1875 1898 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
53747 RUSSELL, HENRY 82Y. DEC. 10, 1836 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
53746 RUSSELL, HENRY 1754 1836 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
53773 RUSSELL, LOUISE 19Y. 11M. 3D. JAN. 6, 1860 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
54398 SCHEFEEL, CARL F. 3M. 7D. JAN. 20, 1867 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
54399 SCHEGAL, CARL E. 3M. JAN. 20, 1867 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
54481 SCHLECEL, CARL F. 3Y. 7D. JAN. 20, 1867 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55057 SCRIMER, EDWARD 37Y. 2M. 8D. AUG. 8, 1818 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55323 SEWARD, JOHN FEB. 13 or 10, 1844 MAY 20, 1903 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55324 SEWARD, JOSEPH I. FEB. 9, 1817 APR. 9, 1903 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55326 SEWARD, JULIA A. APR. 5, 1836   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55423 SHAFER, ANDREW   OCT. 26, 1855 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55436 SHAFER, GENEVA C. 2Y. AUG. 7, 1831 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55437 SHAFER, GENEVA G. 9M. AUG. 7, 1854 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55443 SHAFER, JASPER 21M. 16D. APR. 18, 1849 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55455 SHAFER, MARY ISABEL     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55482 SHAFFER, GENEVA 2Y. 9M. 14D. AUG. 7, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
55490 SHAFFER, JASPER 12M. 16D. APR. 18, 1917 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56204 SHIME, MABEL   AUG. 4, 1859 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56206 SHIMER, (MRS.) 84Y. OCT. 6, 1898 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56211 SHIMER, EDWARD 87Y. or 37Y. 2M. 8D. MAY 8, 1818 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56213 SHIMER, HARRY 68Y. 8M. 8D. OCT. 4, 1871 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56214 SHIMER, ISAAC 53Y. 27D. MAR. 10, 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56215 SHIMER, JESSE 1838 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56216 SHIMER, JOHN 13Y. 4M. 27D. AUG. 20, 1818 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56217 SHIMER, JOHN 7Y. 2M. 27D. AUG. 20, 1818 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56220 SHIMER, MANGA 6M. 31D. APR. 9, 1818 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56221 SHIMER, MARGARET 1812 1898 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56222 SHIMER, NANCY 1Y. 11M. 22D. MAR. 30, 1861 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56223 SHIMER, NANCY 6M. 28D. AUG. 30, 1819 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56224 SHIMER, RACHAEL 6Y. 5M. 22D. FEB. 17, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56226 SHIMER, TAYLOR 10Y. 10M. SEP. 13, 1839 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56227 SHIMER, TAYLOR 1Y. 10M. 10D. SEP. 13, 1833 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56228 SHIMER, WINSTON 17Y. 3M. 2D. MAR. 8, 1854 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56229 SHIMER, WINSTON 4Y. MAY 8, 1854 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56235 SHINER, EDWARD 37Y. 2M. 8D. AUG. 8, 1848 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56236 SHINER, JOHN 13Y. 1M. 27D. AUG. 20, 1818 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56238 SHINER, MALINDA 45Y. 9M. 24D. OCT. 6, 1855 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56239 SHINER, RACHEL 6Y. 11M. 12D. FEB. 17, 1811 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56372 SHIVELY, D. G. or D. C. 29Y. or 23Y. 7M. 2D. SEP. 20, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56515 SHREYER, NATHANIEL 11M. 18D. AUG. 16, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56517 SHRIMER, ELIZ. 84Y. 6M. 1D. AUG. 4, 1859 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56518 SHRIMER, ISAAC     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56519 SHRIMER, MALINDA 45Y. 9M. 29D. OCT. 5, 1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56520 SHRIMER, MARGARET     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56521 SHRIMER, NELLIE P.     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56522 SHRIMER, WINSTON 12Y. 3M. MAR. 8, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56547 SHROYER, NANCY 1Y. 6M. 21D. APR. 9, 1847 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56548 SHROYER, NATHANIEL 2Y. 3M. 11D. AUG. 16, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56549 SHROYER, SACHEL 3M. 22D. NOV. 17, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56550 SHROYER, SUSANNA M. 11Y. 2M. 24D. or 22D MAY 7, 1840 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56605 SHUMAN, (INFANT)   SEP. 11, 1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56606 SHUMAN, A. V. 35Y. 1M. 15D. JAN. 25, 1874 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56608 SHUMAN, ALLEN 1M. 14D. JUL. 12, 1844 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56609 SHUMAN, ANNA E. 8Y. 3M. 11D. APR. 1, 1887 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56611 SHUMAN, CATHARINE 37Y. 6M. 18D. APR. 30, 1871 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56613 SHUMAN, CATHERINE 27Y. 6M. 18D. APR. 30, 1876 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56622 SHUMAN, ELLEN   SEP. 15, 1838 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56623 SHUMAN, ESCREA 5Y. 6M. SEP. 1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56631 SHUMAN, JANE 96Y. SEP. 9, 1871 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56630 SHUMAN, JANE 26Y. 4M. 11D. SEP. 9, 1844 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56633 SHUMAN, JOHN 66Y. 4M. 21D. SEP. 8, 1856 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56634 SHUMAN, JOHN 66Y. 4M. 21D. SEP. 8, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56637 SHUMAN, JOHN W. 1Y. 5M. 1D. SEP. 3, 1860 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56638 SHUMAN, JOHN W. 1Y. 5M. 4D. SEP. 28, 1862 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56645 SHUMAN, MARY     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56648 SHUMAN, MARY E. 6Y. 6M. 1D. AUG. 15, 1864 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56646 SHUMAN, MARY E. 6Y. 8M. 18D. JUN. 15, 1864 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56649 SHUMAN, MARY J. 7M. 14D. NOV. 7, 1850 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56660 SHUMAN, SAMUEL 68Y. 6M. 19D. MAR. 12, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56662 SHUMAN, SAMUEL 1Y. 5M. 26D. A__. 28, 1843 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56661 SHUMAN, SAMUEL 65Y. 6M. 13D. MAR. 12, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56663 SHUMAN, SARAH A. 1Y. 5M. 20D. SEP. 4, 1872 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56665 SHUMAN, SARAH E. 29Y. 8M. 10D. JUL. 22, 1869 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56664 SHUMAN, SARAH E. 29Y. JUL. 22, 1863 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56668 SHUMAN, STEPHEN 1Y. 4M. 28D. JUN. 4, 1868 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56669 SHUMAN, STEPHEN D. 1Y. 1M. 28D. JUN. 4, 1861 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56672 SHUMAN, WILLIAM H. 5M. MAR. 13, 1861 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56927 SIMES, ADA C. 1904 1907 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56928 SIMES, DAVID 62Y. 3M. 2D. FEB. 23, 1883 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56929 SIMES, DAVID E. 1Y. 11M. 2D. DEC. 16, 1866 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56930 SIMES, JENIE 1904 1907 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56931 SIMES, MARGARET J. 66Y. 8M. 21D. DEC. 30, 1908 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
56932 SIMES, T. L. 1904 1907 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
57049 SIMMS, DAVID 62Y. 3M. 2D. FEB. 23, 1883 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
57051 SIMMS, MARGARET 66Y. 8M. 21D. DEC. 20, 1908 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
57188 SIRIAN, MARY ANN 17Y. 5M. 11D. FEB. 8, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
59594 STEDEM, (INFANT) 12W. JUN. 17, 1898 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
59919 STEWART, DANIEL 1Y. 6M. 17D. or 1D. AUG. 27, 1885 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
59949 STEWART, JOHN FEB. 13, 1844 MAY 20, 1903 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
59954 STEWART, JOSEPH FEB. 9, 1817 APR. 9, 1903 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
59957 STEWART, JULIA A. APR. 5, 1836   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60118 STINEMAN, (MRS.) 75Y. MAR. 12, 1899 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60119 STINEMAN, _______ 70Y. OCT. 10, 1896 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60894 SUMAN, (INFANT SON)   SEP. 11, 1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60895 SUMAN, A. V. 35Y. 1M. 15D. JAN. 25, 1874 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60896 SUMAN, ALLEN 4M. 14D. JUL. 12, 1844 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60897 SUMAN, ANNA B. 3Y. 3M. 11D. APR. 1, 1887 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60898 SUMAN, CATHARINE 37Y. 6M. 18D. APR. 30, 1876 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60899 SUMAN, ELIZABETH 20Y. 3M. 19D. or 10D JAN. 8, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60900 SUMAN, JANE 36Y. or 35Y. 6M. 14D SEP. 9 or 2, 1844 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60901 SUMAN, JOHN 66Y. 4M. SEP. 3, 1856 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60902 SUMAN, JOHN 1836 AUG. 8, 1864 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60903 SUMAN, JOHN V. 1Y. 5M. 1D. SEP. 3, 1860 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60904 SUMAN, LYLIA 10Y. SEP. 3, 1851 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60908 SUMAN, MARY   NOV. 1, 1824 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60909 SUMAN, MARY E. 6Y. 8M. 18D. JUN. 15, 1864 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60913 SUMAN, SAMUEL 68Y. 6M. 10D. MAR. 12, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60912 SUMAN, SAMUEL 1Y. 4M. 26D. AUG. 28, 1843 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60914 SUMAN, SARAH A. 1Y. 5M. 20D. SEP. 4, 1873 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60915 SUMAN, SARAH E. 29Y. 8M. 10D. JUL. 22, 1868 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60916 SUMAN, STEPHEN A. 1Y. 4M. 28D. JUN. 4, 1861 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
60918 SUMAN, WILLIAM V. 5M. MAR. 13, 1861 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
61043 SUTTON, HENRY 52Y. SEP. 8, 1903 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
62235 THOMAS, BARBARA J. 1Y. 6M. 18D. OCT. 13, 1873 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
62590 THOMPSON, SALLIE 1Y. 3M. APR. 18, 1890 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
62591 THOMPSON, SALLIE M. 4Y. 3M. APR. 18, 1890 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63403 TRIMBLE, (CHILD) 14Y. MAY 17, 1895 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63404 TRIMBLE, AMANDA NOV. 5, 1825 or 24 AUG. 10, 1897 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63408 TRIMBLE, JAMES K. DEC. 1, 1820 MAY 27, 1897 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63547 TRUMBLE, JAMES K. DEC. 1, 1820 MAY 27, 1897 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63568 TUCKER, BESSIE 3Y. 9M. JUN. 11, 1901 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63571 TUCKER, C. W. or G. W. 55Y. 2M. DEC.or OCT. 25, 1878 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63580 TUCKER, DAVID T. or L. JUL. 26, 1821 FEB. 2, 1898 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63582 TUCKER, E. W. 56Y. 2M. OCT. 28, 1878 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63591 TUCKER, G. W. 55Y. 2M. OCT. 25, 1878 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63592 TUCKER, GEORGE     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63595 TUCKER, HANNAH 23Y. 4M. 6D. 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63596 TUCKER, HANNAH FEB. 12, 1820 FEB. 30, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63597 TUCKER, HANNAH B. FEB. 24 or 21, 1830 JAN. 30, 1853 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63598 TUCKER, HARRIET M. 60Y.or 68Y. 10M. 24D JUN. 5, 1879 or 74 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63600 TUCKER, HENRY 55Y. 6D. MAY 15, 1866 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63605 TUCKER, JOHN E.   1858 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63608 TUCKER, JOHN J. 1833 MAY 6, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63620 TUCKER, MARTHA S. 77Y. NOV. 2, 1913 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63619 TUCKER, MARTHA S. APR. 5, 1836 NOV. 2, 1913 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63629 TUCKER, REBECCA 71Y. 6M. FEB. 25, 1910 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
63638 TUCKER, SARAH JAN. 7, 1824 OCT. 2, 1852 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
64271 VAN MATRE, H. H. 26Y. OCT. 10, 1862 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
64272 VAN MATRE, MARTHA J. 19Y. 5M. 7D. DEC. 12, 1860 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
64279 VAN METER, ISAAC     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
64446 VANDEVENDER, ISABEL 70Y. NOV. 28, 1901 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
65501 WAMPLER, D. M. 58Y. 11M. 9D. NOV. 28, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
65502 WAMPLER, D. N. 53Y. 12M. 9D. NOV. 28, 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
65503 WAMPLER, J. M. 1808 1865 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
65505 WAMPLER, RACHEL E. 1825 1905 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
66566 WELCH, REBECCA   JUL. 21, 1870 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
67269 WHITE, LYDIA C. 20Y. 1M. 7D. MAY 18, 1863 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
67833 WILLES, JAMES 9M. MAY 23, 1841 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
69161 WOLF, CONRAD 53Y. 5M. 14D. MAY 12, 18__ OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
69173 WOLF, SOPHIA 36Y. MAR. 4, 1864 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
69180 WOLFE, CONRAD 58Y. 8M.   OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
69206 WOLFE, SOPHIA 36Y. MAT 4, 1864 OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.
70263 YOUNGE, ________     OTTERBEIN UN. BRETH.