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C Kuebler
RE: Jordan cemetery
I'm sorry. I do not know.
Good Hunting.
Added by C Kuebler on May 23, 2014 10:23 AM
C Kuebler
RE: Jordan cemetery
Morgan County, Ohio Jordan Cemetery
Jordan Cemetery
The Jordan Cemetery is located 1 1/2 miles on Center twp Rd. 624. The road is washed out and non readily accessible. The cemetery is in Section 13 of Center Twp.
It is in the back of a barn on someone's farm. I have been told this. I have never been there myself.

[There has been the discovery of an unmarked grave of a Revolutionary soldier written about in the Morgan County Herald in November or December of 1999. This soldier's grave was marked and appropriately decorated by the DAR..and a descendant. This road is not accessible by car...there is no good road to it and it is near the border of Noble County but is in Morgan County on the road which leads to Keithtown...up in a farm field. ]
Here's information about the above Rev. Soldier that is buried in this cemetery.
Conrad Harmon who served in the Revolutionary War from 1777-1783. A marker was placed on the unmarked grave Veteran's Day 1999 by Charles Gould, his gr gr gr grandson.
Harmon was of German descent and a native of Beaver Falls, PA. He served 6yrs, mustered out under Col. Broadhurst Sept 1783. Mr. Harmon died June 9. 1823 at the age of 75. He had been given 163.4 acres of congressional lands in Center twp in Morgan Co. He applied for a pension in Muskingum Co. April 12, 1818.
Transcribed by Judy Bedford, June 22, 1967
I myself had thought of trying to find it. I would like to get photos. But this is all I have on it. I hope it helps.

Added by C Kuebler on Apr 16, 2014 6:40 PM
Bear & Willow
RE: Wheeler family
sent Kenny an email. . .
Added by Bear & Willow on Oct 28, 2011 11:49 AM
Bear & Willow
RE: Wheeler family
for the past several years they've been in the union building off forty, just outside of Zanesville, going towards Columbus. If you send your email addy, I can forward it to my contact, Kenny Wheeler.
Added by Bear & Willow on Oct 27, 2011 4:49 AM
Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan
Daniel Hock
I added tombstone pictures for Daniel and his wife in the Philo, Muskingum County, OH Cemetery.

Added by Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan on Jul 11, 2011 3:46 AM
Bear & Willow
Wheeler family
my sister descends from John Wesley's brother, Francis Marion --> David Seright --> Lloyd David --> Elnora Catherine Wheeler Shumate Miller --> Peggy (my 1/2 sister).

We grew up in Zanesville and both still live here. Have you been to any of the Wheeler reunions?

Added by Bear & Willow on Sep 06, 2009 9:38 AM
Bear & Willow
Lysander/Lysandus Wheeler
I saw your note for him. My 1/2 sister is one of his grandchildren too. . . Do you live in the area?
Added by Bear & Willow on Sep 04, 2009 10:49 AM

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