|Bethany McKenzie (#47729312)|
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|Michael Cooper||Pleasant Hill Baptist Cemetery|
How r you? I have a photo request for the Pleasant Hill Baptist Cemetery in Licking County. However through a very thorough search I only found one in Coshocton County here is the map to it in case you need it.
This cemetery is located in the eastern part of Licking Co. To give you some bearing of location, Perry Township, Licking Co., borders Coshocton County. Pleasant Hill Cemetery is located east of SR79, turn southeast on Reform Rd (CR232), turn left or east on Hilly Rd. (TR239), turn right on Pleasant Hill Road (TR441A), just before you get to Burkholder Rd. (TR233)and north of (SR16) and Hanover. Reform Rd is called Seven Hills Rd (CR668)at Hanover, OH. When facing cemetery, I read these memorials from front to back, left to right.
I am adding a record for this cemetery here in Find A Grave
|Diane Green||Washington Rector|
This website has ythe grave in question as well as children of this fellow.
|Family Searcher||Ruth A Embree|
OK, I found your grandma and family in "Embree Footprints", vol 4, page 247. Her line stops there as the name is no longer Embree.
My Grandma is in Vol 4 as well, page 203 Ethel Somes, daughter of Josephine Bell Embree.
|Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan||RE: Looking for a cemetery|
The "Old Methodist Episcopal Cemetery" can be found in Thornville, OH. It is located behind the Thornville Elemetary School near the corner of SR 204 (E Columbus Rd) and North Church Street right in the city of Thornville I parked behind the school in the parking lot. If I remember correctly, there are a bunch of stones that were difficult to read and several had fallen in the older section. If you have access to Google Maps, you can go there and actually see the headstones when you zoom into the area.
|Charles Wilton||Hale family|
It appears from the 1910 census that Robert and Mary Hale had (at least) three children: Lloyd, Carry, and Robert. Robert C. Hale (1907-1981), buried in the same cemetery, is likely their son.
|Charles Wilton||RE: Robert I Hale|
It appears that his spouse is Mary Baker Hale.
|Charles Wilton||Robert I Hale|
There are many headstones nearby. Which are you looking for?
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