Washington Township, Hocking County, Ohio
SR 664, about 7 miles south of Logan, Ohio on
the left or 6 miles north of
South Bloomingville, Ohio on the right at Black Jack Rd.. The old cemetery lies on the
hillside on the south ( right) side of Prattor Rd. (Twp.509) , which goes to a camping facility.
Patton Rd. is just south of Paxton Rd. ( CR. 171) and across from Black Jack Rd.
Wm. Riley – d.
10, 1846; aged 2 y., 3 m., 6 d. Son of Joseph
& E. Busard.
Samuel F. – d.
December 1, 1850; aged 12 y., 8 m., 3 d. Son of W.
B. & T. Carter.
d. April 15, 1889; aged 63 y., 10 m., 13 d. Wife of John
John – b. August 31,
1831; d. January 8, 1909; aged 77 y.,4 m.,7 d.
Alfred – d.
February 15, 1853 (or 1859);
aged 2 y.,1 m.,20 d. Son of G.
W. & M. A. Davis.
Daniel R. – d. March
1850; aged 31 y. , ___.
John – Departed this
life August 26, 1845; aged 46 y., 11 m., 30 d.
George W. – d. March
1883; aged 59 y., 5 m., 8 d.
Maria – d. June 2, 1887; aged 61
y., 4 m., 20 d. Wife of G.
Israel – d.
December 2, 1849; aged 3 y.,11 m., 23 d. Son of Rev. A.
& M. Eby.
James – d. October __,
1845; aged 37 y., 3 m., 24 d.
Hutton, Arie A. - b. January 27,
1877; d. October 19, 1893. Daughter of George &
William I. – b.
February 15, 1852; aged 2 y, 4 m., 28 d. Son of J.
C. & M. Leib.
George D. – d. March
1863; aged 2 y., 3 m., 4 d.
Martin – d. January
1855; aged 7 y. & 3 m. or d. ?
Mary M. – d. March
1860; aged 1 y., 10 m., 10 d.
Sheron, Matilda - d. July 3,
1853; aged 2y., 4m., 28d. Daughter of J. M. Sheron.
James – d. September
26, 1854; aged 1y.,2 m., 21 d. Son of H.
& R. Watts.
Joshua – d. October
28, 1861; aged 3 y., 2 m.,1 d. Son of A.
& S. Watts.
Nelson – d. October
11, 1882. Son of O.
& ? Watts.
John W. – In Memory of
John W. Wilson who Departed this life
Cemetery Transcription was made on Thursday, October 9, 2003, by Lona Brown Stevens and Martha Eveland Brown
This cemetery is
very old and is in terrible shape.
Effort has been done by an unidentified gentleman to cut and clean the
brush from the spot, to which we are grateful for his concern for this forgotten cemetery. Some of the stones
could not be found that were indicated from other transcribers of this cemetery. Some of the old stones that are
there are broken and weather worn, making it hard to see the names and dates. Since it is in such array a
comparison of other transcriptions were looked at to find the most accurate reading as possible.
If you have relatives that are buried here or have a correction, please contact me, because every effort
should be made to insure accuracy of these pioneers of Hocking County.
Also myself and another transcriber saw three different interpretations of names.
James Hughes or Hatcher.
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