Location: Richland County OH

Beebe Cemetery, Rome, Richland County, Ohio

(Loc. about two miles from Stewart, Ohio on Arnold Farm) BEEBE Hannah, d. 8 Apr. 1825, ae. 13 yrs. Dau. of Chas. & Sally. Theodore, d. 6 Apr. 1829, ae. 6 yrs. Son of Chas. & Sally. BEEBE Mrs. Melissa, d. 6 Mar. 1821, ae. 20 yrs. Consort of Peter. CRIPPEN Margaret R., b. 23 Feb. 1854, d. 29 Dec. 1853 FOREMAN Priscilla. (age broken off) HATCH-STARR Elizabeth, d. 4 Mar. 1848, ae. 60 yrs. Martha Rebecca Starr, b. 9 July 1848, d. 15 Jan. 1850. (She lies north of Grandma Hatch). HOPKINS Luther, b. 28 Aug. 1785, d. 24

Biographical Sketch of Robert B. Mitchell, Gen.

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Biographical Sketch of Mary A. Miller

Mary A. Miller, familiarly know by all as “Grandma Miller”, is one of the loveable elderly ladies of our county and it is especially gratifying to have the opportunity to append an epitome of her career in this the abiding chronicles of Harney county. She is a woman of many virtues and graces and has done a noble part in the life of the pioneer and she has many friends who admire her real worth of character, her faithful life, and her own rare qualities of intrinsic worth. She is now making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Jane Poujade,

Biography of John M. Everts

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Biography of James M. Meek

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Biographical Sketch of Peter Becker

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Biography of Horatio W. Gates

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Biography of Joseph R. Numbers, M. D.

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Biography of James Covington Ingman

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Biography of Jacob Zuber

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