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|j baulch||RE: Charles E. Pratt (1867-1903)|
I checked the grave site and Charles E Pratt is buried with the Wallace Pratt family. He is his son. Wallace had the following children:
I know this because they are on the 1870 census together.
To answer your question, they are all buried together in a square formation around the large cross. Sometimes a double row. It is a huge burial site. Wallace JR is one year older than Charles E Pratt. Not sure why the dates are confused. Back then parents would tell children your one year apart or two years apart and the children would choose their birth year. At least that's what happened to my mother.
Hope this information is helpful to you.
PS I tried the e-mail address you sent but it did not work.
Added by j baulch on Sep 13, 2012 5:06 AM
|buckeyegirl1721||Fair Street Cemetery|
Unfortunately, I don't have any information on Mary Jenkins Butts. If you think she was buried in Fair Street cemetery, I suggest doing a photo request for her. Hopefully someone will fulfill it, and then you can see her death date if it's on the stone. I live a couple hours away from Tuscarawas County, or else I would just run over and check for you.
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