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Monday, July 8, 2019

Flatrock Baptist Cemetery

Good Morning, all!  Today's Walk Through the Tombstones is at Flatrock Baptist Cemetery in Clifford, Indiana.

GPS Coordinates: 39.2813988, -85.9044037

This small cemetery is located in the tiny, non-descript town of Clifford, Indiana in Bartholomew County.  We discovered it while driving out to the lavender festival, which unfortunately was highly disappointing.  But at least we found a cemetery.

This is an active cemetery with a little under 1,300 interments.  It is also called the Owens Cemetery, though I don't remember finding many graves with the name Owens in the older section of the cemetery.    It was super hot (mid-90s) when we stopped, so we tour a rather quick run through the older section of the cemetery and discovered some amazingly well-kept graves with lots of footstones and numerous War of 1812 veterans.  

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Our first stop in our tour of this cemetery is at the grave of Richard Ferry. 
Born: September 30, 1865
Died: November 19, 1865

He was the infant son of Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918) and his second wife, Mary Tilden Ferry (1839-1881).   They were married in 1865 and are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

Had he survived, he would have had several siblings:
Hardin C. Ferry (1854-1916) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Catharine A. Ferry (1856-1858) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah Isabelle Ferry Miller (1861-1913) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Adaliza Ferry (1868-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with William)
William B. C. Ferry (1870-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (he shares a headstone with Adaliza)
Horace Greely Ferry (1874-1874) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Adaliza Ferry.
Born: March 18, 1868
Died: April 15, 1873

She was the young daughter of Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918) and his second wife, Mary Tilden Ferry (1839-1881).   They were married in 1865 and are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

She had several siblings:
Hardin C. Ferry (1854-1916) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Catharine A. Ferry (1856-1858) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah Isabelle Ferry Miller (1861-1913) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Richard Ferry (1865-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with him)
William B. C. Ferry (1870-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Horace Greely Ferry (1874-1874) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Now we stop at the grave of William B.C. Ferry.
Born: March 6, 1870
Died: April 22, 1873

He was the young son of Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918) and his second wife, Mary Tilden Ferry (1839-1881).   They were married in 1865 and are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had several siblings:
Hardin C. Ferry (1854-1916) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Catharine A. Ferry (1856-1858) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah Isabelle Ferry Miller (1861-1913) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Richard Ferry (1865-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with him)
Adaliza Ferry (1868-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with William)
Horace Greely Ferry (1874-1874) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now come to the grave of Catharine A. Ferry.
Born: March 3, 1856, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Died: June 5, 1858, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918) and Adleiza Iliff Ferry (1833-1864), his first wife.   They were married in 1852 and are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Church Cemetery.

She had several siblings:
Hardin C. Ferry (1854-1916) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah Isabelle Ferry Miller (1861-1913) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Richard Ferry (1865-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with him)
Adaliza Ferry (1868-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with William)
William B. C. Ferry (1870-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Horace Greely Ferry (1874-1874) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Robert Franklin Ferry, Sr.
Born: April 26, 1827, Dearborn County, Indiana
Died: December 25, 1918, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was the son of Harden C. Ferry (1797-1849) and Hannah Guard Ferry (1806-1830).  He is buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, but I am unsure where his mother is buried.

I believe that he had at least one sibling:
Hannah Ann Ferry Bozell (1829-1855) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was married twice.  His first wife was Adleiza Iliff Ferry (1833-1864).  They were married in 1852.  Her name is listed on one side of the monument at Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had three children:

Hardin C. Ferry (1854-1916) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Catharine A. Ferry (1856-1858) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah Isabelle Ferry Miller (1861-1913) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana

His second wife was Mary Tilden Ferry (1839-1881).  They were married in 1865.  Her name is lisetd on another side of the monument.

They had four children:
Richard Ferry (1865-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with him)
Adaliza Ferry (1868-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with William)
William B. C. Ferry (1870-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Horace Greely Ferry (1874-1874) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was listed as having been postmaster of the Saint Louis Crossing Post Office.  His compensation was $165.29.

According to his obituary, published in the Columbus Republican on December 25, 1918, he died tragically in an accident when his clothes caught while lighting a fire in the early morning.  By the time the physician arrived, the man was charred and burnt and was not expected to live.  You can read the full obituary here

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Here is the grave of Mary Tilden Ferry.
Born: 1839, Pennsylvania
Died: February 16, 1881

She was the second wife of Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918).  She shares a headstone with him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had four children, none of which lived into adulthood:
Richard Ferry (1865-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with him)
Adaliza Ferry (1868-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with William)
William B. C. Ferry (1870-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Horace Greely Ferry (1874-1874) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now stop at the grave of Adleiza Iliff Ferry.
Born: January 5, 1833, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio
Died: March 14, 1864, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Catherine Guard (1799-1877).  She is buried in Greendale Cemetery, Greendale, Dearborn County, Indiana with her third husband, though I don't believe that he is Adleiza's father.  

She was the first wife of Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918).  She shares a headstone with him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had three children:

Hardin C. Ferry (1854-1916) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Catharine A. Ferry (1856-1858) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah Isabelle Ferry Miller (1861-1913) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Harden C. Ferry.
Born: November 1797
Died: April 30, 1849

He was married to Hannah Guard Ferry (1806-1830), but I am unsure as to where she is buried.

They had at least one child:
Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

I believe that Hannah Ann Ferry Bozell (1829-1855) and Cynthia Ferry Kyle (1825-1857)  are also their children as the time frame fits and they are buried with them in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

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Here we have the grave of Hannah Ann Ferry Bozell.  
Born: March 1829
Died: May 22, 1855

I am unsure as to who her parents were, but she may have been the daughter of Harden C. Ferry (1797-1849) and Hannah Guard Ferry (1806-1830).  Time frame fits and she is buried in line with the rest of the Ferry family in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

If she is indeed their daughter that would make it so that she had at least two other siblings:
Cynthia Ferry Kyle (1825-1857) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the wife of Joseph Bozell (?-?).  I am unsure as to where he is buried, but I believe that his is buried in Eastern Cemetery, Jeffersonville, Clark County, Indiana with several children from a second marriage, though I don't see any mention of his second wife.  

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We now come to the grave of Cynthia Ferry Kyle.
Born: March 1825
Died: December 14, 1857

She is buried in the same line as the rest of the Ferry family, so I believe that she was another child of Harden C. Ferry (1797-1849) and Hannah Guard Ferry (1806-1830), who are buried near her in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

If so that would mean that she has at least two siblings:
Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Hannah Ann Ferry Bozell (1829-1855) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the wife of Hemin G. Kyle, Sr. (?-?).  I can find no information on him or whether or not they had any children.

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This is the grave of Sallie M. Kyle.
Born: October 1849
Died: December 15, 1879

I am unsure as to who here parents were or whether or not she had any siblings.

She was the wife of John H. Kyle (?-?), but I haven't found any information about him yet.



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We now stop at the grave of Cynthia Ferry.
Born: November 1793
Died: December 11, 1847

I don't have any information on her parents or any siblings.

She was married to Charles Ferry (?-?), but I am not sure where he is buried.  I am not sure of his connection to the Ferry family.  He may have been Harden's brother.  

I don't have have any names of children either.  

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Here is the grave of Horace Greely Ferry.
Born: February 19, 1874
Died: October 22, 1874

He was the infant son of Robert Franklin Ferry (1827-1918) and his second wife, Mary Tilden Ferry (1839-1881).   They were married in 1865 and are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He would have had several siblings:
Hardin C. Ferry (1854-1916) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Catharine A. Ferry (1856-1858) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah Isabelle Ferry Miller (1861-1913) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Richard Ferry (1865-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Adaliza Ferry (1868-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she shares a headstone with William)
William B. C. Ferry (1870-1873) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (he shares a headstone with Adaliza)

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We now stop at the Owens grave.

First is John Quincy Adams Owens.
Born: November 25, 1845
Died: March 6, 1906

He was the son of Nathaniel Owens (1800-1885) and his third wife, Sarah E. Wishard Owens (1817-1905).  They were married in 1844 and are both buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had several siblings:
Minerva Owens Talley (1826-1909) - buried in Odessa Cemetery, Lake Valley, Washita County, Oklahoma
Stephen Owens (1828-1906) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Marilla Owens Sims (1830-1853) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Josiah Owens (1832-1853) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Rheuhami Owens F. Randolph (1835-1859) - buried in Lester Cemetery, Drakesville, Davis County, Iowa
Woodford Owens (1837-1910) - buried in Bloomfield IOOF Cemetery, Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa
Mary Ann Hill Owens (1838-1901) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
William H. Owens (1840-1895) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Nathaniel James Owens (1843-1905) - buried in Sweet Home Cemetery, Ravenwood, Nodaway County, Missouri
Hannah M. Owens Miller (1847-1925) - buried in Tetersburg Cemetery, Goldsmith, Tipton County, Indiana
Morgan A. Owens (1849-1901) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah Pence Owens Hunt (1853-1926) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
James F. Owens (1855-1931) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Lavina Jane Owens Baker (1858-1900) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was married twice.  His first wife was America Becker Owens (1846-1884).  They were married on December 12/29, 1867 in Bartholomew County, Indiana.  She is buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had at least four children:
Elizabeth Owens Anderson (1868-1952) - buried in Biloxi City Cemetery, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi
Mae M. Owens Lawlis Bruce (1876-1926) - buried in Rest Haven Cemetery, Edinburg, Johnson County, Indiana
George C. Owens (1879-1931) - buried in Rest Haven Cemetery, Edinburg, Johnson County, Indiana
James F. Owens (1882-1929) - buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas

His second wife was Frances J. Brant Thurston (?-?).  They were married on September 17, 1885 in Bartholomew County, Indiana, though I am unsure as to where she is buried.

His third wife was Melissa/Malissa Elizabeth Louden Owens (1858-1913).  They were married on November 17, 1889 in Bartholomew County, Indiana and her name is listed below his on the headstone.

She was the daughter of William Louden (1814-1891) and Mary Ann Hopkins Louden (1834-1910).  They are buried in Saint Johns Lutheran Church Cemetery in Taylorsville, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

She had at least two siblings:
William O. Louden (1861-1870) - buried in Saint Johns Lutheran Church Cemetery, Taylorsville, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Martha M. Louden (1870-1870) - buried in Saint Johns Lutheran Church Cemetery, Taylorsville, Bartholomew County, Indiana

I believe that John and Melissa only had one child:
Sadie Owens Keekar (1890-1927) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
John was a Private during the Civil War.  He enlisted on December 2, 1863 in Bartholomew County, Indiana and mustered out in Louisville, Kentucky on July 21, 1865.  He served in the 33rd Indiana Infantry, Company I.

I have also found information stating that he enlisted with the same company and regiment, but on September 16, 1861. I cannot, however, corroborate that with the information in the roster.




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Here we have the memorial stone for William Bolton.
Born: December 29, 1842
Died: February 25, 1909

He was the son of John Bolton (?-?) and Melissie Padget Bolton (?-?).  I am unsure as to where they are buried.

He was married to Nancy E. William Bolton (1849-1930).  They were married not long after he returned from the war, November 24, 1867 in Jennings County, Indiana.  She is buried near him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.  

They had six children, but I have only found reference to four:
Daniel Bolton (1870-1943) - buried in Floral Park Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Clyde Bolton (1881-1947) - buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiaan
Elmer Bolton (?-?) - burial unknown
Harry Bolton (?-?) -  burial unknown

He served in the 82nd Indiana Infantry, Company E as a Private, having enlisted on August 30, 1862 and mustering out on June 9, 1865 as a Wagoner, a rank he attained when the previous Wagoner was killed at Chattanooga, Tennessee.  

His obituary from The Republican on February 26, 1909 states that he died from a paralytic stroke.  

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Here we have the grave of Freddie B. Oard.
Born: January 11, 1878
Died; July 19, 1879

He was the young son of William P. Oard (1856-?) and Amanda C. Hayworth Oard (1856-1902).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.  There is no death date carved into the stone for William.





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This is the grave of James B. Williams.
Born: October 16, 1856
Died: August 17, 1878

He is listed as being the adopted son of Abner Kyle (?-?) and Mary Anne Wilson Kyle (?-?).  I have no further information no them as I have not been able to locate anyone with the name Abner Kyle.





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Here we have the grave of John Wilson.
Born: April 13, 1786, Pennsylvania
Died: October 23, 1858, Bartholomew County, Indiana

I haven't been able to find out anything about his parents or siblings.

He was married to Hannah Records Wilson (1797-1855) on December 29, 1814.  She is buried next to him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had several children:
Elizabeth Wilson (1815-?) - burial unknown
Lucinda M. Wilson Crane (1818-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Martha Wilson (1818-?) - burial unknown
Elsena Wilson (1820-?) - burial unknown
Thomas M. Wilson (1821-?) - burial unknown
Mary Ann Wilson (1822-?) - burial unknown
Preston Wilson (1826-?) - burial unknown
Spencer N. Wilson (1833-?) - burial unknown

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This is the grave of Hannah Records Wilson.
Born: July 4, 1797, Mason County, Kentucky
Died: September 11, 1855, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Spencer Records (1762-1850) and Elizabeth Elrod Records (1775-1854).  They are both buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana.  He was a Revolutionary War Veteran, having served as a Private 3rd Class in the Second Battalion, 4th Company Pennsylvania Militia.

She had thirteen siblings:
John N. Records (1793-1872) - buried in Aerl Cemetery, Fincastle, Brown County, Ohio
James Records (1795-1823) - buried in Old Union Cemetery, Taylorsville, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Laban Records (1799-1865) - buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
William Parker Records (1801-1889) - buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
Susannah Records Quick (1805-1884) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana 
Matilda Records Hendrickson (1808-1892) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana 
Rachel B. Records Nelson (1810-1876) - buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
Elizabeth Records (1813-1823) - buried in Old Union Cemetery, Taylorsville, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Lucinda Records Barnett (1815-1875) - buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
Lucy Records (1818-1827) - buried in Old Union Cemetery, Taylorsville, Bartholomew County, Indiana (she is listed as being Lucinda's twin, though they do not share the same birthdate)
Samuel Records (1819-1904) - buried in Old Oaklandon Cemetery, Oaklandon, Marion County, Indiana

She was married to John Wilson (1786-1858) on December 29, 1814.  He is buried next to her in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had several children:
Elizabeth Wilson (1815-?) - burial unknown
Lucinda M. Wilson Crane (1818-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Martha Wilson (1818-?) - burial unknown
Elsena Wilson (1820-?) - burial unknown
Thomas M. Wilson (1821-?) - burial unknown
Mary Ann Wilson (1822-?) - burial unknown
Preston Wilson (1826-?) - burial unknown
Spencer N. Wilson (1833-?) - burial unknown

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Here we have the grave of Lucinda M. Wilson Crane.
Born: April 21, 1818
Died: January 15, 1849

She was the daughter of John Wilson (1786-1858) and Hannah Records Wilson (1797-1855).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.  

She had several siblings:
Elizabeth Wilson (1815-?) - burial unknown
Martha Wilson (1818-?) - burial unknown
Elsena Wilson (1820-?) - burial unknown
Thomas M. Wilson (1821-?) - burial unknown
Mary Ann Wilson (1822-?) - burial unknown
Preston Wilson (1826-?) - burial unknown
Spencer N. Wilson (1833-?) - burial unknown

She was married to Amos Chase Crane (1817-1880) on December 5, 1841.  He is buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana with his second wife.  I am unsure whether or not they had any children.

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We now stop at the grave of Joel A. Crane.
Born: August 21, 1790
Died: July 26, 1837, Indiana

I am unsure as to who his parents were or the names of any of his siblings.

He was married to Eunice F. Crane (1796-1860).  She is buried next to him in Flatock Baptist Cemetery.

They had at least four children:
Amos Chase Crane (1817-1880) - buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Eunice M. Crane (1827-1854) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Harriet L. Crane (1830-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Alexander J. Crane (1832-1856) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Eunice F. Crane Dickinson.
Born: May 24, 1796
Died: April 22, 1860

I don't have any information on her parents or siblings.

She was married twice.  Her first husband was Joel A. Crane (1790-1837).  He is buried near her in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had four children that I know of:
Amos Chase Crane (1817-1880) - buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Eunice M. Crane (1827-1854) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Harriet L. Crane (1830-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Alexander J. Crane (1832-1856) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

Her second husband was Harvey "Harry" Dickinson (1799-1875).  They were married in 1849 and he is buried in Enterprise Cemetery, Browning, Linn County, Missouri.  They do not appear to have had any children.

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Here is the grave of Harriet L. Crane.
Born: January 12, 1830
Died: May 16, 1849

She was the daughter of Joel A. Crane (1790-1837) and Eunice F. Crane Dickinson (1796-1860).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.  

She had a few siblings:
Eunice M. Crane (1827-1854) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Harriet L. Crane (1830-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Alexander J. Crane (1832-1856) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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This is the grave of Eunice M. Crane.
Born: September 3, 1827
Died: August 9, 1854

She was the daughter of Joel A. Crane (1790-1837) and Eunice F. Crane Dickinson (1796-1860).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery. 

She had a few siblings:
Amos Chase Crane (1817-1880) - buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Harriet L. Crane (1830-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Alexander J. Crane (1832-1856) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of Alexander J. Crane.
Born: June 1, 1832
Died: November 23, 1856

He was the son of Joel A. Crane (1790-1837) and Eunice F. Crane Dickinson (1796-1860).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery. 

He had a few siblings:
Amos Chase Crane (1817-1880) - buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Eunice M. Crane (1827-1854) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Harriet L. Crane (1830-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now come to the grave of Ruhama Susan Price Bass.
Born: September 20, 1777, Monmouth County, New Jersey
Died: October 21, 1853, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Stephen Price (?-?) and Hannah Chandler Price (?-?).  I haven't been able to determine where they were buried or whether or not they had any other children.

She was the wife of Nathan Woodford Bass (1775-1849).  They were married in 1796 and he is buried in Salem Predestinarian Baptist Church Cemetery in Boone County, Kentucky.  I had to stop for a moment and look up what Presdestinarianism is because I had never heard of it.  According to Vocabulary.com " n. the belief or doctrince of predestinarians [n. anyone who submits to the belief that they are powerless to change their destiny; adj. of or relating to predestination; holding the doctrine of predestination]; [n. (theology) being determined in advance; especially the doctrine (usually associated with Calvin) that God has foreordained every event throughout eternity (including the final salvation of mankind)".

They had several children:
Elizabeth R. Bass Hind (1797-1862) - buried in Salem Predestinarian Baptist Church Cemetery, Boone County, Kentucky
William L. Bass (1802-1885) - buried in Wymore Cemetery, Rose Hill, Mahaska County, Iowa
Josiah H. Bass (1803-1845) - buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana
Susan P. Bass Owens (1805-1843) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Charity C. Bass Sims (1807-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
David G. Bass (1809-1877) - burial is listed as unknown
Johnathan Bass (1812-1874) - buried in Second Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Charity C. Bass Sims.
Born: June 1807
Died: January 5, 1836

She was the daughter of Nathan R. Bass (1775-1849) and Ruhama Susan Price Bass (1777-1853).  Her father is buried in Salem Predestinarian Baptist Church Cemetery in Boone County, Kentucky, while her mother is buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

She had several siblings:
Elizabeth R. Bass Hind (1797-1862) - buried in Salem Predestinarian Baptist Church Cemetery, Boone County, Kentucky
William L. Bass (1802-1885) - buried in Wymore Cemetery, Rose Hill, Mahaska County, Iowa
Josiah H. Bass (1803-1845) - buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana
Susan P. Bass Owens (1805-1843) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
David G. Bass (1809-1877) - burial is listed as unknown
Johnathan Bass (1812-1874) - buried in Second Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana

She married in 1828 to a man named Obadiah Sims (1808-1876).  After his wife's death in 1836, he moved to Missouri and remarried.  He is buried next to his second wife in Isadora Cemetery, Isadora, Worth County, Missouri.

They had one child that I am aware of:
Izzaphana Sims Irvin (1832-1915) - buried in Wyuka Cemetery, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska

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We now stop in the shade at the grave of Susan P. Bass Owens.
Born: November 16, 1805, Kentuck
Died: May 22, 1843, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Nathan R. Bass (1775-1849) and Ruhama Susan Price Bass (1777-1853).  Her father is buried in Salem Predestinarian Baptist Church Cemetery in Boone County, Kentucky, while her mother is buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

She had several siblings:
Elizabeth R. Bass Hind (1797-1862) - buried in Salem Predestinarian Baptist Church Cemetery, Boone County, Kentucky
William L. Bass (1802-1885) - buried in Wymore Cemetery, Rose Hill, Mahaska County, Iowa
Josiah H. Bass (1803-1845) - buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana
Charity C. Bass Sims (1807-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
David G. Bass (1809-1877) - burial is listed as unknown
Johnathan Bass (1812-1874) - buried in Second Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana

She was the second wife of Nathaniel Owens (1800-1885).  They were married in 1827 and he is buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had several children:
Minerva Owens Talley (1826-1909) - buried in Odessa Cemetery, Lake Valley, Washita County, Oklahoma
Stephen Owens (1828-1906) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Marilla Owens Sims (1830-1853) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Josiah Owens (1832-1853) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Rheuhami Owens F. Randolph (1835-1859) - buried in Lester Cemetery, Drakesville, Davis County, Iowa
Woodford Owens (1837-1910) - buried in Bloomfield IOOF Cemetery, Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa
Mary Ann Hill Owens (1838-1901) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
William H. Owens (1840-1895) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Nathaniel James Owens (1843-1905) - buried in Sweet Home Cemetery, Ravenwood, Nodaway County, Missouri

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This is the grave of young John Owens.
Born: December 1859
Died: March 22, 1860

He was the infant son of Stephen Owens (1828-1906) and Mary Ann Hill Owens (1838-1901).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, though her grave is unmarked.

Interesting bit of information about his mother, Mary Ann.  Mary Ann's parents were Alpha Hill and Sarah Wishard Hill.  Stephen, her husband, was the son of Nathaniel Owens who Sarah Wishard Hill later married.  So, that makes Stephen Owens Mary Ann's step brother.

He had at least two siblings:
Mary A. Owens Rambo (1856-1927) - buried in Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Walesboro, Bartholomew County, Indiana
William H. Owens (1862-1862) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now come to the grave of William H. Owens.
Born: November 1862
Died: November 18, 1862

He was the infant son of Stephen Owens (1828-1906) and Mary Ann Hill Owens (1838-1901).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, though her grave is unmarked.

He had at least two siblings:
Mary A. Owens Rambo (1856-1927) - buried in Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Walesboro, Bartholomew County, Indiana
John Owens (1859-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Simeon Fulp.
Born: June 1861
Died: July 13, 1862

He was the son of Peter H. Fulp (1827-1883) and Elizabeth Fulp (1823-1869).  He was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana and she was buried in Brandywine Cemetery, Fairland, Shelby County, Indiana.

He had a few siblings:
Ephraim Fulp (1857-1857) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Jasper Fulp (1859-1859) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Aaron Fulp (1860-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Marion Fulp (1860-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana


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This is the grave of Jasper Fulp.
Born: January 1859
Died: July 28, 1859

He was the son of Peter H. Fulp (1827-1883) and Elizabeth Fulp (1823-1869).  He was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana and she was buried in Brandywine Cemetery, Fairland, Shelby County, Indiana.

He had a few siblings:
Ephraim Fulp (1857-1857) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Simeon Fulp (1861-1862) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Aaron Fulp (1860-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Marion Fulp (1860-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of Ephraim Fulp.
Born: May 1857
Died: August 27, 1857

He was the son of Peter H. Fulp (1827-1883) and Elizabeth Fulp (1823-1869).  He was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana and she was buried in Brandywine Cemetery, Fairland, Shelby County, Indiana.

He had a few siblings:
Jasper Fulp (1859-1859) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Simeon Fulp (1861-1862) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Aaron Fulp (1860-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Marion Fulp (1860-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now stop at the grave of Aaron Fulp.
Born: April 1860
Died: July 4, 1860

He was the son of Peter H. Fulp (1827-1883) and Elizabeth Fulp (1823-1869).  He was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana and she was buried in Brandywine Cemetery, Fairland, Shelby County, Indiana.  It looks like he was the twin of Marion (listed below).

He had a few siblings:
Ephraim Fulp (1857-1857) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Jasper Fulp (1859-1859) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Simeon Fulp (1861-1862) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Marion Fulp (1860-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Marion Fulp.
Born: April 1860
Died: July 8, 1860

He was the son of Peter H. Fulp (1827-1883) and Elizabeth Fulp (1823-1869).  He was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana and she was buried in Brandywine Cemetery, Fairland, Shelby County, Indiana.  By looking at the birthdate, I would see he was the twin of Aaron (listed above).

He had a few siblings:
Ephraim Fulp (1857-1857) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Jasper Fulp (1859-1859) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Simeon Fulp (1861-1862) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Aaron Fulp (1860-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

By the looks of it, Peter and Elizabeth were very unlucky with their children.  All of them died very young, usually at just a few months old.  I haven't found any further information for them.

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We now stop at the grave of Emily Hall Bass.
Born: October 20, 1821
Died: October 12, 1843, Bartholomew County, Indiana

I have not found the names of her parents or siblings as of yet.

She was the wife, or consort, of Johnathan Q. Bass (1812-1874).  They were married in 1837 and he is buried in Second Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana.

I don't see any listings under her name for children, but I do under his.  I am sure that he likely remarried after her death, but I don't have any information.

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Here we have the grave of Selah Boaz.
Born: 1857
Died: August 3, 1858, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Simeon Boaz (1821-1892) and Mary Phillips Boaz (1801-1889).  Both are buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery nearby.

She had many siblings:
Caroline C. Boaz Hester (1842-1926) - buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana
Emila S. Boaz (1844-1844) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Wellcom Boaz (1845-1867) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Infant Boaz (1847-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Amanda Boaz (1848-1868) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Callie Boaz Richardson (1850-1884) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Infant Boaz (1851-1852) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Isabelle Boaz Fisher (1853-1939) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Spencer S. Boaz (1855-1930) - buried in Quarryville Cemetery, Quarryville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Laura Boaz (1859-1861) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Omar Boaz (1863-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Smiley Chambers Boaz (1866-1952) - buried in West Lawn Cemetery, Henryetta, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma

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This is the grave of one of the Infant Boaz children.
Born: 1851
Died: February 19, 1852, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the infant daughter of Simeon Boaz (1821-1892) and Mary Phillips Boaz (1801-1889).  Both are buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery nearby.

She had many siblings:
Caroline C. Boaz Hester (1842-1926) - buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana
Emila S. Boaz (1844-1844) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Wellcom Boaz (1845-1867) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Infant Boaz (1847-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Amanda Boaz (1848-1868) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Callie Boaz Richardson (1850-1884) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Isabelle Boaz Fisher (1853-1939) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Spencer S. Boaz (1855-1930) - buried in Quarryville Cemetery, Quarryville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Selah Boaz (1857-1858) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Laura Boaz (1859-1861) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Omar Boaz (1863-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Smiley Chambers Boaz (1866-1952) - buried in West Lawn Cemetery, Henryetta, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma

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Here is the second of the Infant Boaz children.
Born: February 10, 1847
Died: February 28, 1847, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the infant daughter of Simeon Boaz (1821-1892) and Mary Phillips Boaz (1801-1889).  Both are buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery nearby.

She had many siblings:
Caroline C. Boaz Hester (1842-1926) - buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana
Emila S. Boaz (1844-1844) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Wellcom Boaz (1845-1867) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Amanda Boaz (1848-1868) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Callie Boaz Richardson (1850-1884) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Infant Boaz (1851-1852) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Isabelle Boaz Fisher (1853-1939) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Spencer S. Boaz (1855-1930) - buried in Quarryville Cemetery, Quarryville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Selah Boaz (1857-1858) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Laura Boaz (1859-1861) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Omar Boaz (1863-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Smiley Chambers Boaz (1866-1952) - buried in West Lawn Cemetery, Henryetta, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma

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Here we are at the grave of Mignon Boaz.
Born: February 2, 1791/1793, Buckingham, Virginia
Died: November 15, 1840, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was the son of Abednego "Baize" Boaz (1760-1825) and Frances "Fannie" Boaz (1758-1810).  Abednego was a Revolutionary War Veteran and was granted a plot of land for his service in what was then known as Crowson's Cove in Sevier County, Tennessee.  It is known today as Wears Valley.  He settled his family in Tuckaleechee Cove.  They are both listed as having died in Blount County, Tennessee, so it is possible that they are buried there, though I can find no information on burials.

He had a few siblings:
Agnes Boaz Sims (1783-1866) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Drucillar Boaz/Baze (?-?) - burial unknown
James Boaz/Baze (?-?) - burial unknown
Obadiah/Obediah C. Boaz/Baze (1789-1861) - buried in Betheseda Cemetery, Hamblen County, Tennessee
Zedkijah Boaz/Baze (1795-1860) - buried in Tallasahatchie Cemetery, Alpine, Talladega County, Alabama

He was married on November 29, 1812 to Sarah "Sally" Pope Boaz (1792-1849) in Tennessee, though I have also found record of them being married on the same date in Pittsylvania, Virginia.  She was born in South Carolina and is buried near him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had several children:
James C. Boaz (1814-?) - burial unknown
Elijah Calloway Boaz (1816-1902) - buried in Greenwood Memorial Terrace, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington
Lucinda Boaz (1817-1820) - burial unknown
Margaret Boaz Henry (1819-1885) - buried in Chariton Cemetery, Chariton, Lucas County, Iowa
Sarah Ann Boaz (1820-?) - burial unknown
Simeon Boaz (1821-1892) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Lucinda Boaz Miller (1824-1845) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Wilson Noel Boaz (1828-1901) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sally Ann Boaz (1838-?) - burial unknown

According to his headstone, he was the pastor of the Flatrock Baptist Church for 24 years.  Early meetings of the church were held at his home.  In 1821, he donated two acres of land for the erection of a cabin to be used as their church.

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We now come to the grave of Lucinda Boaz Miller.
Born: December 1824, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Died: July 7, 1845

She was the daughter of Mignon Boaz (1791-1840) and Sarah "Sally" Pope Boaz (1792-1849).  They are both buried near her in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

She had several siblings:
James C. Boaz (1814-?) - burial unknown
Elijah Calloway Boaz (1816-1902) - buried in Greenwood Memorial Terrace, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington
Lucinda Boaz (1817-1820) - burial unknown
Margaret Boaz Henry (1819-1885) - buried in Chariton Cemetery, Chariton, Lucas County, Iowa
Sarah Ann Boaz (1820-?) - burial unknown
Simeon Boaz (1821-1892) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Wilson Noel Boaz (1828-1901) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sally Ann Boaz (1838-?) - burial unknown

She was the wife of David Miller (?-?).  I am unsure where he is buried.

She had two children, both died in infancy:
Mariah E. Miller (1844-1845) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Infant Miller (1845-1845) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (shares a stone with Mariah)







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This is the grave of Charles M. Owens.
Born: January 1856
Died: October 12, 1856

He was the son of George W. Owens (?-?) and Martha Pancake Owens (?-?).  I am unsure of where they are buried.






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Here we have the grave of Jacob H. Sims.
Born: July 6, 1837, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Died: September 22, 1838, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was the son of Lewis/Louis Sims (1816-1868) and Eliza Ann Pence Sims (1818-1902).    Both are buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana.  It is noted that her grave is not marked, though it may be listed on the large monument for her husband.

He had several siblings:
Margaret Sims (1839-1839) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
George R. Sims (1840-1898) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Louisa K. Sims (1843-1844) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
John David Sims (1846-1914) - buried in Marion National cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana
Homer H. Sims (1847-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Oziah L. Sims (1855-1890) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Katharine Sims (1860-1890) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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This is the grave of Mary Jones.
Born: December 29, 1865
Died: May 26, 1867

She was the young daughter of W.N. Jones (?-?) and Kate Jones (?-?).  I have no information on where the were buried or if there are any other children.





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Here we have the grave of Margaret Sims.
Born: July 9, 1839, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Died: July 11, 1839, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Lewis/Louis Sims (1816-1868) and Eliza Ann Pence Sims (1818-1902).    Both are buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana.  It is noted that her grave is not marked, though it may be listed on the large monument for her husband.

She had several siblings:
Jacob H. Sims (1837-1838) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
George R. Sims (1840-1898) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Louisa K. Sims (1843-1844) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
John David Sims (1846-1914) - buried in Marion National cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana
Homer H. Sims (1847-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Oziah L. Sims (1855-1890) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Katharine Sims (1860-1890) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now stop at the grave of Louisa K. Sims.
Born: June 21, 1843, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Died: June 23, 1844, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Lewis/Louis Sims (1816-1868) and Eliza Ann Pence Sims (1818-1902).    Both are buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana.  It is noted that her grave is not marked, though it may be listed on the large monument for her husband.

She had several siblings:
Jacob H. Sims (1837-1838) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Margaret Sims (1839-1839) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
George R. Sims (1840-1898) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
John David Sims (1846-1914) - buried in Marion National cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana
Homer H. Sims (1847-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Oziah L. Sims (1855-1890) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Katharine Sims (1860-1890) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of John W. Sims.
Born: February 1836
Died: November 24, 1839

He was the son of Noah Sims (1813-1885) and Celia Smith Sims (1818-1877).  They are both buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

He had a few siblings:
Joshua Smith Sims (1835-1912) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Lewis W. Sims (1838-1916) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery. Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah H. Sims Clark (1841-1917) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of Gideon Blackburn Jones.
Born: June 1853
Died: August 5, 1853

He was the son of Newton S. Jones (1830-1851) and Sarah Jane Hart Jones (1831-1868).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had at least two siblings:
Miranda Carter Jones (1860-1935) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Rovilla Jones Chambers (1864-1899) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Our next stop is at the Jones Family Plot.


There are numerous stones surrounding this monument, several of which are repeated.  I will do my best to get them all accounted for below.


Our first stop is at the side of the monument for Judge William S. Jones.
Born: August 30, 1790, Nelson County, Kentucky
Died: July 6, 1878, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was the son of John Jones Sands (?-?) and Jane Sands (?-?). I am unsure of where they are buried.

He was married twice.   His first wife was Celie Irwin Jones (1792-1823).  She is listed on the opposite side of the monument and will be detailed below.

They had the following children:
Wilson Jones (1818-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Western W. Jones (1820-1909) - buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana
Worden P. Jones (1822-1823) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

His second wife was Sallie Nelson Jones (1800-1875).  Her name is also listed on one of the sides of the monument and will be detailed below.

They had the following children:
Worden P. Jones (1826-1871) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Mary Jane Jones Houser (1827-1857) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Martha Ann Jones Houser (1829-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Newton Samuel Jones (1830-1915) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Elizabeth Jones (1835-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (Preston's twin)
Preston Jones (1835-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (Elizabeth's twin)
John L. Jones (1838-1915) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was a Private in Captain Martin H. Wickliff's Company, 5th Regiment Kentucky Mounted Volunteer militia in the War of 1812.  He served from August 1813 through November 11, 1813.  For his service he received a pension and bounty land.

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Moving around the monument, we come to Wilson Jones.
Born: December 21, 1818
Died: February 9, 1865

He was the son of Judge William S. Jones (1790-1878) and Celie Irwin Jones (1792-1823).   Both are shown on the monument in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had numerous siblings:
Western W. Jones (1820-1909) - buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana
Worden P. Jones (1822-1823) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Worden P. Jones (1826-1871) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Mary Jane Jones Houser (1827-1857) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Martha Ann Jones Houser (1829-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Newton Samuel Jones (1830-1915) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Elizabeth Jones (1835-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (Preston's twin)
Preston Jones (1835-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (Elizabeth's twin)
John L. Jones (1838-1915) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

Below his name are those of the twins, Elizabeth and Preston.



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This side of the monument is for Celie Irwin Jones.
Born: January 15, 1792
Died: November 1, 1823

She was the daughter of Joseph Oliver Irwin (1757-1834) and Elizabeth Ireland Irwin (1760-1848).  They are both buried in Nineveh Christian Church Cemetery, Nineveh, Johnson County, Indiana.

She had a few siblings:
William Irwin (1784-1847) - buried in Nineveh Christian Church Cemetery, Nineveh, Johnson County, Indiana.
Benjamin P. Irwin (1789-1857) - buried in New Hope Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana
John Irwin (1798-1853) - buried in William Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana

She was the first wife of Judge William S. Jones (1790-1878).  His name in on another side of the monument.

They had three children:
Wilson Jones (1818-1865) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

Western W. Jones (1820-1909) - buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana
Worden P. Jones (1822-1823) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

Her infant son, Worden P. Jones, is listed at the base of the monument.

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On this side of the monument we find the name Sallie Nelson Jones.
Born: December 17, 1800, Bullitt County, Kentucky
Died: March 31, 1875, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Samuel Nelson (1769-1844) and Nancy Allen Nelson (1771-1849).   Both are buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery nearby.

She had several siblings:
Jemima Nelson Van Meter (1802-1835) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Milton John Nelson (1806-1889) - buried in Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
Abigail Nelson Troutman (1808-1876) - buried in New Hope Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiaan
Ephraim M. Nelson (1809-1897) - buried in Lester Cemetery, Drakesville, Davis County, Iowa
Lloyd Allen Nelson (1812-1900) - buried in Riverside Cemetery, Denver, Denver County, Colorado
B.L. Nelson (1818-1839) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the second wife of Judge William S. Jones (1790-1878).  His name in on another side of the monument.

They had the following children:
Worden P. Jones (1826-1871) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Mary Jane Jones Houser (1827-1857) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Martha Ann Jones Houser (1829-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Newton Samuel Jones (1830-1915) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Elizabeth Jones (1835-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (Preston's twin)
Preston Jones (1835-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (Elizabeth's twin)
John L. Jones (1838-1915) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

At the base of the stone are the names Mary Jane Houser (1827-1857) and Martha Ann Jones Houser (1829-1847).  Both of them have a headstone nearby.  Mary's name is on one side and Martha is on the other.  I mistakenly only took a photo of Mary's side of the stone so I will list Martha here.

She was born on March 4, 1829 in Bartholomew County, Indiana and died December 10, 1847 in Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

She was the daughter of Judge William S. Jones (1790-1878) and Sallie Nelson Jones (1800-1875).  Both names are listed on the monument, her mother's being just above.

She was married on December 21, 1845 to Joshua Sims Houser (1822-1899).  She was sixteen years old when they were married and she died only a couple of years later.  He married her younger sister a couple of years after that.  He is buried in Knox City Cemetery, Knox County, Missouri.

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We now come to the grave of Samuel Nelson.
Born: July 26, 1769, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Died: March 2, 1844

He is buried in the same plot as the Jones family, near his daughter Sallie.

I have no information on his parents or any siblings.

He was married to Nancy Allen Nelson (1771-1849).  She is buried near him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had the following children:
Sallie Nelson Jones (1800-1875) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Jemima Nelson Van Meter (1802-1835) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Milton John Nelson (1806-1889) - buried in Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
Abigail Nelson Troutman (1808-1876) - buried in New Hope Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiaan
Ephraim M. Nelson (1809-1897) - buried in Lester Cemetery, Drakesville, Davis County, Iowa
Lloyd Allen Nelson (1812-1900) - buried in Riverside Cemetery, Denver, Denver County, Colorado
B.L. Nelson (1818-1839) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now come to the grave of Nancy Allen Nelson.
Born: March 4, 1771, Culpepper County, Virginia
Died: April 12, 1849, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She is buried in the same plot as the Jones family, near her daughter Sallie.

I have no information on who her parents were or any siblings.

She was married to Samuel Nelson (1769-1844) and is near him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had the following children:
Sallie Nelson Jones (1800-1875) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Jemima Nelson Van Meter (1802-1835) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Milton John Nelson (1806-1889) - buried in Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
Abigail Nelson Troutman (1808-1876) - buried in New Hope Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiaan
Ephraim M. Nelson (1809-1897) - buried in Lester Cemetery, Drakesville, Davis County, Iowa
Lloyd Allen Nelson (1812-1900) - buried in Riverside Cemetery, Denver, Denver County, Colorado
B.L. Nelson (1818-1839) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now step back to the back part of the Jones Family Plot to the graves of the VanMeters.  Our first stop is at the grave of Jemima Nelson VanMeter.
Born: 1802, Kentucky
Died: August 23, 1835

She was the daughter of Samuel Nelson (1769-1844) and Nancy Allen Nelson (1771-1849).  They are buried in the same plot in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

She had several siblings:
Sallie Nelson Jones (1800-1875) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Milton John Nelson (1806-1889) - buried in Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
Abigail Nelson Troutman (1808-1876) - buried in New Hope Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiaan
Ephraim M. Nelson (1809-1897) - buried in Lester Cemetery, Drakesville, Davis County, Iowa
Lloyd Allen Nelson (1812-1900) - buried in Riverside Cemetery, Denver, Denver County, Colorado
B.L. Nelson (1818-1839) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

I haven't been able to find out anything to explain as to why she has two headstones side by side.

She was married to Joseph Harrison VanMeter (1792-1887).  He is buried in Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa

They had one child who appears to have died just after birth:
Infant Daughter VanMeter (?-?) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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This is the grave for the Infant Daughter VanMeter.
Born: unknown
Died: unknown

She was the newborn daughter of Joseph Harrison VanMeter (1792-1887) and Jemima Nelson VanMeter (1802-1835).  He is buried in Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa and she is buried near her infant in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

Had she survived, she would have had several siblings:
Gardom G. Vanmeter (?-1823) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana  (he appears to have two conflicting stones in the same cemetery)
Jacob Rhodes VanMeter (1824-1910) - buried in Otterman Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Susan Grundy Van Meter Haycraft (1826-1886) - buried in Elizabethtown City Cemetery, Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky
Julius Jackson VanMeter (1829-1894) - buriedin Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Hugo Grotius VanMeter (1831-1885) - buried in Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Joseph Vanmeter (1843-1844) - buried in Treadway Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now come to the grave of Elizabeth Burkham Grundy Van Meter.
Born: July 3, 1800, Bullitt County, Kentucky
Died: February 23, 1832, Bartholomew County, Indiana

I am unsure as to who her parents were or the names of any of her siblings.

She was the first wife of Joseph Harrison VanMeter (1792-1887).  They were married on June 29, 1820 in Bullitt County, Kentucky.  He is buried in Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa

They had five children:
Gardom G. Vanmeter (?-1823) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana  (he appears to have two conflicting stones in the same cemetery)
Jacob Rhodes VanMeter (1824-1910) - buried in Otterman Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Susan Grundy Van Meter Haycraft (1826-1886) - buried in Elizabethtown City Cemetery, Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky
Julius Jackson VanMeter (1829-1894) - buriedin Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Hugo Grotius VanMeter (1831-1885) - buried in Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa

Oddly enough, she has three headstones sitting side by side.  I can't find any information as to why
she has so many stones.  Like her counterpart above, Jemima, she has one that says "consort" while the others say "wife".  Her third stone, which is likely the first, appears to be much older than the others.

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Here we are in front of the grave of Gardom G. Van Meter.
Born: unknown
Died: October 27, 1823 (1832)

He was the son of Joseph Harrison VanMeter (1792-1887) and Elizabeth Burkham Grundy Van Meter (1800-1832).  He is buried in Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowas, while his mother is buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had several siblings:
Infant Daughter Van Meter (?-?) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Jacob Rhodes VanMeter (1824-1910) - buried in Otterman Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Susan Grundy Van Meter Haycraft (1826-1886) - buried in Elizabethtown City Cemetery, Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky
Julius Jackson VanMeter (1829-1894) - buriedin Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Hugo Grotius VanMeter (1831-1885) - buried in Oakland Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Joseph Vanmeter (1843-1844) - buried in Treadway Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana

There is some confusion about his headstone as he had two next to each other, with different dates and ages.  It would appear that there was an error and the first stone was made with the wrong date.  One has the death date as 1823 and the other has the date as 1832.  I am unsure as to which is correct, but I would have to think that it is the 1823 since he was an infant and it would fit into the time frame of the siblings.

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Here we have the grave of Joseph H. Vanmeter.
Born: unknown
Died: April 30, 1849

He was the son of Jacob Vanmeter (1824-1910) and Mary A. Vanmeter (?-1849).  He is buried in Otterman Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa, while she is buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had several siblings:
Johnie VanMeter (?-1863) - buried in Otterman Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Jacob R. VanMeter (1864-1884) - buried in Otterman Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa
Carrie VanMeter Dack (1870-1949) - buried in Oakdale Cemetery, Adel, Dallas County, Iowa
Henry Clay Van Meter (1872-1964) - buried in Highland Memorial Park Cemetery, Weslaco, Hidalgo County, Texas

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This is the grave of Mary A. Houser Vanmeter.
Born: 1825, Indiana
Died: May 4, 1849

I don't have any information on her parents or any siblings.

She was the wife of Jacob Vanmeter (1824-1910).  They were married on August 11/13, 1844. He was buried in Otterman Cemetery, De Soto, Dallas County, Iowa.

I am unsure if she had any other children.

I found a note that says that she and her children were killed by Indians sometime around 1847.  I would believe that it would probably be 1849 to correlate with the dates on the headstones.

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Here we have the grave of Mary Jane Jones Houser.
Born: 1827
Died: May 4, 1857, Missouri

She was the daughter of Judge William S. Jones (1790-1878) and Sallie Nelson Jones (1800-1875).  They are both buried in the same plot at Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

 Western W. Jones (1820-1909) - buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana
Worden P. Jones (1822-1823) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Worden P. Jones (1826-1871) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Martha Ann Jones Houser (1829-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Newton Samuel Jones (1830-1915) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Elizabeth Jones (1835-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (Preston's twin)
Preston Jones (1835-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana (Elizabeth's twin)
John L. Jones (1838-1915) - buried in Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the second wife of Joshua Sims Houser (1822-1899).  They were married on February 10, 1850, when she was only about 16 years old.  His first wife was her older sister, Martha, whose name is on the reverse side of the stone, though I failed to take a photo of it.  He is buried in Knox City Cemetery, Knox City, Knox County, Missouri.

It is listed that they had several children, but I only have the name of one:
Ella Leota Houser Northcutt (1854-1939) - buried in Knox City Cemetery, Knox City, Knox County, Missouri.

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We now come to the last grave in the Jones family plot.  This is the grave
for Joseph A. Nelson.
Born: December 20, 1832, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Died: August 25, 1835, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was the son of Milton John Nelson (1806-1889) and Rachel B. Records Nelson (1810-1876).  They are both buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana.

He had several siblings:
Leander E. Nelson (1831-1910) - buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
William Harrison Nelson (1837-1922) - buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Lebanon, Boone County, Indiana
Susan Quick Nelson Allen (1838-1928) - buried in Wynoochee Cemetery, Montesano, Grays Harbor County, Washington
Elcena Records Nelson Freeman (1840-1924) - buried in Oak Lawn Cemetery, West Plains, Howell County, Missouri
Charles Smith Nelson (1843-1927) - buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Lebanon, Boone County, Indiana
James Lloyd Nelson (1845-1935) - buried in Miriam Cemetery, Bethany, Harrison County, Missouri
Mary Louisa Nelson Young (1850-1953) - buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
Belle Ann Nelson (1855-1880) - buried in New Hope Cemetery, Mitchell County, Kansas

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This is the grave of Homer H. Sims.
Born: November 30, 1847, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Died: September 21, 1849, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was the son of Lewis/Louis Sims (1816-1868) and Eliza Ann Pence Sims (1818-1902).    Both are buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana.  It is noted that her grave is not marked, though it may be listed on the large monument for her husband.

She had several siblings:
Jacob H. Sims (1837-1838) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Margaret Sims (1839-1839) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
George R. Sims (1840-1898) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Louisa K. Sims (1843-1844) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
John David Sims (1846-1914) - buried in Marion National cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana
Oziah L. Sims (1855-1890) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Katharine Sims (1860-1890) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of B.L. Nelson.
Born: May 19, 1818
Died: July 30, 1839

He was the son of Samuel Nelson (1769-1844) and Nancy Allen Nelson (1771-1849).   Both are buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery nearby.

He had several siblings:
Sallie Nelson Jones (1800-1875) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Jemima Nelson Van Meter (1802-1835) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Milton John Nelson (1806-1889) - buried in Mount Auburn, Shelby County, Indiana
Abigail Nelson Troutman (1808-1876) - buried in New Hope Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiaan
Ephraim M. Nelson (1809-1897) - buried in Lester Cemetery, Drakesville, Davis County, Iowa
Lloyd Allen Nelson (1812-1900) - buried in Riverside Cemetery, Denver, Denver County, Colorado

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We now stop at the grave of Larkin N. Houser
Born: unknown
Died: October 11, 1835

I am unsure of the relation to the rest of the Houser's that I have found buried here.






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Here we have the grave of Celia Gonce.
Born: October 10, 1800
Died: November 10, 1867

I am unsure of her parents or siblings.

She was the wife of Abraham Gonce (1800-1851) who is buried near her in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.




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This is the grave of Abraham Gonce.
Born: November 8, 1800
Died: June 3, 1851

I have no information on his parents or any siblings.

He was the husband of Celia Gonce (1800-1867).  She is buried next to him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.





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Here is the grave of John R. M. Gonce.
Born: July 4, 1824
Died: March 20, 1857

He was the husband of Louisa W. Radcliff Gonce (?-?).  I have no information for her.

They had two children:
Frances M. Gonce (1842-1845) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Celia M.J. Gonce (1846-1846) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now come to the grave of Allen Carter.
Born: December 8, 1807
Died: November 24, 1896

He was the son of Sterling Carter (1774-1857) and Sarah Price Carter (1776-1854).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had at least one sibling:
Joseph Carter (1810-1869) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was married to Jane Gilpin Carter (1815-1849).  She is buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had two children:
Arzela Carter McQueen (1833-1875) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Armelda Carter Fisher (1845-1919) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Jane Gilpin Carter.
Born: April 2, 1815
Died: December 16, 1849

She was the daughter of George Gilpin (1780-1830) and Charlotte Conn Gilpin (1795-1866).  They were married on September 1, 1812 in Kentucky.  He is listed as having been buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, though I didn't see a headstone for him.  She is buried in Sand Creek Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana.

She had many siblings:
Tolbert C. Gilpin (1813-1848) - buried in Sand Creek Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana
Joshua Gilpin (1817-1852) - buried in Sand Creen Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana
Malinda Gilpin Carter (1820-1900) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
William Gilpin (1823-1910) - buried in Philadelphia Church Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana
Lucetta Gilpin Dye (1827-1925) - buried in Philadelphia Church Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana
George Gilpin (1829-1910) - buried in Philadelphia Church Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana
Israel Gilpin (1831-1907) - buried in Hilldale Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana

She was the wife of Allen Carter (1807-1896).  He is buried near her in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had a few children:
Arzela Carter McQueen (1833-1875) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
George Carter (?-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Malinda Carter (?-1838) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Armelda Carter Fisher (1845-1919) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave for George Carter.
Born: unknown
Died: December 23, 1836

He was the son of Allen Carter (1807-1896) and Jane Gilpin Carter (1815-1849).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had a few siblings:
Arzela Carter McQueen (1833-1875) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Malinda Carter (?-1838) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Armelda Carter Fisher (1845-1919) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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This is the grave of Malinda Carter.
Born: unknown
Died: December 10, 1838

She was the daughter of Allen Carter (1807-1896) and Jane Gilpin Carter (1815-1849).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

She had a few siblings:
Arzela Carter McQueen (1833-1875) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
George Carter (?-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Armelda Carter Fisher (1845-1919) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now stop at the grave of David P. Carter.
Born: unknown
Died: September 8, 1866

He was the son of Joseph Carter (1810-1869) and Malinda Gilpin Carter (1820-1900).  They were married in 1839 and both are buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had at least two siblings:
Allen Carter (1839-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Tilghmon H. Carter (1842-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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This is the grave for Joseph S. Carter.
Born: May 1810, North Carolina
Died: May 6, 1869

He was the son of Sterling Carter (1774-1857) and Sarah Price Carter (1776-1854).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had at least one sibling:
Allen Carter (1807-1896) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was married to Malinda Gilpin Carter (1820-1900) in 1839.  She is buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery near him.

They had at least three children that I have found:
Allen Carter (1839-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Tilghmon H. Carter (1842-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
David P. Carter (?-1866) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of Malinda Gilpin Carter.
Born: June 16, 1820
Died: October 16, 1900

She was the daughter of George Gilpin (1780-1830) and Charlotte Conn Gilpin (1795-1866).  They were married on September 1, 1812 in Kentucky.  He is listed as having been buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, though I didn't see a headstone for him.  She is buried in Sand Creek Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana.

She had many siblings:
Tolbert C. Gilpin (1813-1848) - buried in Sand Creek Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana
Jane Gilpin Carter (1815-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Joshua Gilpin (1817-1852) - buried in Sand Creen Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana
William Gilpin (1823-1910) - buried in Philadelphia Church Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana
Lucetta Gilpin Dye (1827-1925) - buried in Philadelphia Church Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana
George Gilpin (1829-1910) - buried in Philadelphia Church Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana
Israel Gilpin (1831-1907) - buried in Hilldale Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana

She was the wife of Joseph S. Carter (1810-1869).  They were married in 1839 and he is buried near her in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had three children that I can find:
Allen Carter (1839-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Tilghmon H. Carter (1842-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
David P. Carter (?-1866) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now come to the grave of Sterling Carter.
Born: January 1774, Halifax County, North Carolina
Died: January 28, 1857

I am unsure as to who his parents were or whether or not their were any siblings.

He was married to Sarah Price Carter (1776-1854).  She is buried near him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had at least two children:
Allen Carter (1807-1896) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Joseph Carter (1810-1869) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we are at the grave of Allen Carter.
Born: September 29, 1839
Died: November 6, 1847

He was the son of Joseph Carter (1810-1869) and Malinda Gilpin Carter (1820-1900).  They were married in 1839 and both are buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had at least two siblings:
Tilghmon H. Carter (1842-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
David P. Carter (?-1866) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of Sarah Price Carter.
Born: December 1776, Brunswick County, North Carolina
Died: December 25, 1854

I am unsure as to who her parents were or the names of any siblings.

She was married to Sterling Carter (1774-1857).  His grave is near hers in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had at least two children:
Allen Carter (1807-1896) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Joseph Carter (1810-1869) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here we have the grave of Tilghmon H. Carter.
Born: November 30, 1842
Died: October 12, 1847

He was the son of Joseph Carter (1810-1869) and Malinda Gilpin Carter (1820-1900).  They were married in 1839 and both are buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had at least two siblings:
Allen Carter (1839-1847) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
David P. Carter (?-1866) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now stop at the grave of Sterling Newsom.
Born: October 15, 1845
Died: November 27, 1847

He was the son of James Newsom (?-?) and Jane Carter Newsom (?-?).  I have not been able to find any information about them or if there were any other children.





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Here we are at the grave of Arzela Carter McQueen.
Born: August 1833, Indiana
Died: January 20, 1875, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the daughter of Allen Carter (1807-1896) and Jane Gilpin Carter (1815-1849).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

She had at least three siblings:
George Carter (?-1836) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Malinda Carter (?-1838) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Armelda Carter Fisher (1845-1919) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

She was the first wife of Joshua D. McQueen (1831-1909).  They were married on February 17,1853 in Bartholomew County, Indiana and he is buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had two children:
Oscar D. McQueen (1854-1923) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Eunice S.  McQueen Newton (1867-1949) -  buried in Washington Park East Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana

Her death was a tragic accident.  According to an article/obituary in the Columbus Republican dated January 21, 1875, she was attempting to cross the railroad tracks on Harrison Street when she was knocked down and killed by a passing train.  You can read the entire article here.

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We now stop at the grave of Isaac Pancake.
Born: December 23, 1791, Virginia
Died: November 12/4, 1859, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

His first wife was a woman named Micha Lemasters Pancake (?-?).  They were married on October 18, 1821 and were one of the first marriages recorded in Bartholomew County, Indiana.  She must have passed away not long after they were married as I don't see any children for them and he married a second time, shown below.

He was married second to Rhoda S. Patton Pancake (1803-?).  She was born in Buncombe County, North Carolina.  They were married April 3, 1823 in Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana.  I haven't yet found where she is buried.

They had several children:
Elizabeth Ann Pancake (1825-1827) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Harriet Jane Pancake (1826-1827) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Isaac J. Pancake (1827-1835) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Susannah E. Pancake Hayworth (1829-1863) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Caroline M. Pancake (1831-?) - burial unknown
Giles Mitchell/Mitchel Pancake (1833-1860) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
James S. Pancake (1834-1870) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Mary Catherine Pancake (1837-1839) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Amanda E. Pancake (1838-?) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Telitha Massalina/Marthalena Pancake (1840-1911) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Jacob F. Pancake (1843-?) - burial unknown
Malissa/Maletha A. Pancake Foust (1843-1918) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Hannah/Hanna H. Pancake (1846-?) - burial unknown
Isabell/Isabella M. Pancake Cox (1848-1909) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Lucinda R. Pancake Miller (1850-1921) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

His headstone has some lovely imagery on it.  It shows a woman in mourning at a monument styled grave that is splashed with ivy on one side.  She is either leaning against or holding onto an anchor.  It is a very Victorian styled memorial.

So far the only information that I can find in the War of 1812 roster is for an Isaac Pancake from Ross County, Ohio that was a Captain.  I have also found mention in the pension application from his wife Rhoda that he was in Ohio in Stephen Horsey's Company.  In fact, I found that he came from Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Virginia in the Autumn of 1819 with a young man named Tunis Quick and entered a nearby tract of land becoming Mr. Quick's neighbor.  They each built small log cabins where they ate and slept.  There was a fireplace where they cooked the wild game they bagged and ate the cornbread that they made.

The 1850 census shows Isaac and his family living in Bartholomew County with the following:
Isaac Pancake 59 M Farmer Virginia
Rhoda L. Pancake  27 F North Carolina
Mitchel G. Pancake 17 M Indiana
James S. Pancake 15 M
Amanda E. Pancake 12 F
Marthalena T. Pancake 10 F
Jacob F. Pancake 7 M
Maletha A. Pancake 6 F
Hannah M. Pancake 4 F
Isabella M. Pancake 1 F
Stephen Owens 22 M Laborer
Huston Patton 80 M North Carolina

Since I can find little or no information about Rhoda, but I did find some of her family, I am going to list them here for purposes of keeping the history together.

Rhoda's father was Oughtry Huston/Houston/Hasalan Patton (1772-1862) and her mother was Elizabeth Patton (1771-1848).  They were both born in North Carolina and are buried in the Patton Cemetery in La Porte, La Porte County, Indiana

Rhoda had several siblings:
Jane Patton Spafford (1798-1871) - buried in Long Creek Cemetery, Louisa County, Iowa
James H. Patton (1798-1867) - burial unknown
Houston Patton (1805-?) - burial unknown
Elizabeth Patton Knight (1805-1845) - burial unknown
Aaron Patton (1808-1871) - buried in Kinnear Cemetery, Smyrna, Jefferson County, Indiana
Isabella Patton Looker (1810-?) - burial unknown
Margaret Patton Trousdale (?-1853) - burial unknown
Mary Patton Bryan (?-?) - burial unknown
Davidson Patton (1812-1890) - buried in Patton Cemetery, La Porte, La Porte County, Indiana
Martha Patton Thomas (?-?) - burial unknown
John Patton (?-?) - burial unkown

Please note, that not all of the above have been proven to be her siblings.  This list is an extraction from various lists.

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Here we have the grave of Giles Mitchell/Mitchel Pancake.
Born: March 19, 1833
Died: October 10, 1860

He was the son of Isaac Pancake (1791-1859) and Rhoda S. Patton Pancake (1803-?).  Isaac is buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, but I haven't yet been able to locate her grave site.

He had many siblings:
Elizabeth Ann Pancake (1825-1827) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Harriet Jane Pancake (1826-1827) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Isaac J. Pancake (1827-1835) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Susannah E. Pancake Hayworth (1829-1863) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Caroline M. Pancake (1831-?) - burial unknown
James S. Pancake (1834-1870) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Mary Catherine Pancake (1837-1839) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Amanda E. Pancake (1838-?) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Telitha Massalina/Marthalena Pancake (1840-1911) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Jacob F. Pancake (1843-?) - burial unknown
Malissa/Maletha A. Pancake Foust (1843-1918) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Hannah/Hanna H. Pancake (1846-?) - burial unknown
Isabell/Isabella M. Pancake Cox (1848-1909) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Lucinda R. Pancake Miller (1850-1921) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was married to Julia Ann Tuley McQueen (1811-1910).  They were married in 1860 and she is buried in Albin Cemetery, Newman, Douglas County, Illinois with her second husband.

They had one child:
Nannie Pancake Potts (1860-1942) - buried in Hillside Mission Cemetery, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma.

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We now stop at the grave of Mary Anna Markland Right.
Born: October 23, 1828
Died: July 16, 1849

She may a child of Thomas Markland (1796-1844) and Bathsheba "Barshaby" Richardson Markland (1794-1883), but I don't have any proof yet, so I won't list anything futher.


She was the wife of John Right (?-?).  I haven't found out where he is buried.

They had one child:
William T. Right (1848-1849) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana






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This is the grave of Thomas Markland.
Born: March 10, 1796, Boone County, Kentucky
Died: October 14, 1844, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was the son of Garah Markland (1764-1831) and Elizabeth Cullen Markland (?-?).  They were married on March 21, 1793 in Hamilton County, Ohio.  I haven't found either of their burial sites.

He had the following siblings that I have found:
George Markland (1795-1863) - buried in Frendonia Cemetery, Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana
John T. Markland (1798-1838) - burial unknown
Cynthia Markland Cravin (1798-1838) - burial unknown
Amelia Markland (?-?) - burial unknown
Sovina Markland (?-?) - burial unknown
Garah Markland (1810-?) - burial unknown
William Markland (?-?) - burial unknown
Richard Markland (1814-?) - burial unknown

He was married to Bathsheba "Barshaby" Richardson Markland (1794-1883).  They were married on May 27, 1819 in Hamilton County, Ohio and she is buried near him in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had a few children:
William T.M. Markland (?-1844) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Cynthia Ann Markland Watson (1824-1895) - buried in Highland Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas
John Markland (1827-1878) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Levina/Levinia Markland Watson (1832-1910) - buried in Kansas Cemetry, Kansas, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Elizabeth Ann Markland Aspy (1835-1910) - buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson, Madison County, Indiana (she does not have a separate headstone, just a family name marker for her husband)

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Here we have the grave of William T.M. Markland.
Born: ?
Died: September 14, 1844

He was the son of Thomas Markland (1796-1844) and Bathsheba "Barshaby" Richardson Markland (1794-1883).  They are both buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had several siblings:
Cynthia Ann Markland Watson (1824-1895) - buried in Highland Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas
John Markland (1827-1878) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Levina/Levinia Markland Watson (1832-1910) - buried in Kansas Cemetry, Kansas, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Elizabeth Ann Markland Aspy (1835-1910) - buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson, Madison County, Indiana (she does not have a separate headstone, just a family name marker for her husband)

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This is the grave of Hannah Ann Richardson.
Born: March 1840
Died: September 10, 1840

She was the daughter of John H. Richardson (?-?) and Rebecca A. Richardson (?-?).  I haven't found out where they are buried yet or the names of any siblings.





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Here we are at the grave of John Markland.
Born: January 8, 1827, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Died: November 25, 1878, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was the son of Thomas Markland (1796-1844) and Bathsheba "Barshaby" Richardson Markland (1794-1883).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

He had a few siblings:
William T.M. Markland (?-1844) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Cynthia Ann Markland Watson (1824-1895) - buried in Highland Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas
Levina/Levinia Markland Watson (1832-1910) - buried in Kansas Cemetry, Kansas, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Elizabeth Ann Markland Aspy (1835-1910) - buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson, Madison County, Indiana (she does not have a separate headstone, just a family name marker for her husband)

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We now stop at the grave of Bathsheba "Barshaby" Richardson Markland.
Born: March 1, 1794, New Jersey
Died: March 25, 1883, Bartholomew County, Indiana

I haven't found out any information on her parents or any siblings as of yet.

She was married to Thomas Markland (1796-1844) on May 27, 1819 in Hamilton County, Ohio.  He is buried near her in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had the following children:
William T.M. Markland (?-1844) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Cynthia Ann Markland Watson (1824-1895) - buried in Highland Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas
John Markland (1827-1878) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Levina/Levinia Markland Watson (1832-1910) - buried in Kansas Cemetry, Kansas, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Elizabeth Ann Markland Aspy (1835-1910) - buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson, Madison County, Indiana (she does not have a separate headstone, just a family name marker for her husband)

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Here we have the grave of Adam Cook.
Born: June 23, 1791, Augusta County, Virginia
Died: July 11, 1877

Last name can also be spelled Kock or Koch.

He was the son of Jacob Cook, Sr. (?-?) and Barbary Hull Cook (1772-?).  I haven't found any burial information for them or the names of any other children.  I do believe that he may have been from Germany.

He was married to Catherine Roller Cook (1805-1833).  They were married in Tennessee.  She is listed on another side of the headstone at Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had at least three children:
Jacob Cook (1826-1888) - buried in Lambert Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Margaret Cook Patterson (1831-1853) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Albert Cook (1832-?) - burial unknown
Catherine Cook (1833-1838) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was a veteran of the War of 1812 with the Tennessee Militia

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This is the grave of Catherine Roller Cook.
Born: August 3, 1805
Died: July 26, 1833

I have been unable to find any information for her parents or any siblings.


She was the wife of Adam Cook (1791-1877), whose name is listed on the headstone with her in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

They had at least three children:
Jacob Cook (1826-1888) - buried in Lambert Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Margaret Cook Patterson (1831-1853) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Albert Cook (1832-?) - burial unknown
Catherine Cook (1833-1838) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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This is the side of the grave for Catherine Cook.
Born: June 26, 1833
Died: July 25, 1838

She was the daughter of Adam Cook (1791-1877) and Catherine Roller Cook (1805-1833).  Their names are listed on the headstone with hers in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

She was born about a month before her mother died, so her mother's dead was likely from complications of the childbirth.

She had at least three siblings:
Jacob Cook (1826-1888) - buried in Lambert Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Margaret Cook Patterson (1831-1853) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Albert Cook (1832-?) - burial unknown

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We now stop at the grave of Martha M. Cook Patterson.
Born: January 3, 1831
Died: October 14, 1853

She was the wife of William Patterson (?-?).  I have no information on where he was buried.

She died near the time of her child's birth, so she likely died from complications.

They had one child:
Catherine Patterson (1853-1858) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave for John Miller.
Born: March 1822
Died: July 2, 1864

I have no information on his family at all.

There are several other members of the Miller family buried here, but I am unsure of their connection.




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Now we come to the grave of Elchana Roller.
Born: March 6, 1829, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Died: March 8, 1868, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana

He was the son of Jacob "Jake" Roller (1795-1847) and Rebecca Lotts Roller (1799-1847).  They are both buried in Roller Cemetery, Sullivan County, Tennessee in the "Old Unmarked Cemetery Section".

He had several siblings:
Martin Luther Roller (1820-1868) - buried in Roller Cemetery, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Adam Henry Roller (1826-1900) - burial unknown
Mary Elizabeth Roller (1826-1897) - burial unknown
David Roller (1830-1866) - buried in Barnes Cemetery, Kingsport, Sullivan County, Tennessee
John Franklin Roller (1832-1889) - buried in Barnes Cemetery, Kingsport, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Rebecca Roller (1836-?) - burial unknown
Noah Roller (1837-1905) - buried in Roller Cemetery, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Solomon D. Roller (1839-1901) - buried in Roller Cemetery, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Lydia Roller (1841-?) - burial unknown

He was married to Clarinda Caroline Reed Roller (1837-1913).  She is buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

They had at least a couple of children that I have found:
Martha Eller Roller Spaugh (1858-1938) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Willis Roller (1865-1913) - buried in Moravian Cemetery, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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Here is the grave of Nannie P. Cook.
Born: July 1863
Died: September 1, 1886

She was the daughter of George R. Cook (1814-1892) and Caroline H. Chorn Cook (1826-1900).  They are both buried nearby in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery.

She had several siblings:
Catharine Isabelle Cook Newton (1845-1929) - buried in Liberty Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Elizabeth Cook Stoughton (1847-1928) - buried in Liberty Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sarah L. Cook Layman (1850-1887) - buried in Sydney Branch Cemetery, Flat Rock Park, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Dorcas Cornelia Cook Foust (1854-1900) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Ida L. Cook Ward (1857-1893) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Carolina M. Cook LaMasters (1859-1894) - buried in Liberty Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Albert Cook (1859-1862) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
George Cook (1861-1862) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana

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We now come to the graves of Joshua and Agnes Boaz Sims.  There are side by side still with their footstones.  Two of the sides have pillars with chains.

First we take a look at Joshua Sims' grave.
Born: June 15, 1783, Virginia
Died: July 7, 1858

He was the son of William Sims (1760-1843) and Amelia "Millie/Milly" Russell Sims (?-?).  He is buried in Sims-Brier Cemetery, Old Bath, Franklin County, Indiana.  I am not sure where she was buried.  William was a Private in Captain Andrew Wallace's Company, 12th Virginia Regiment for a three year term.  He enlisted on March 1, 1777, but was transferred to Lieutenant Colonel William Heth's Company in June 1778 and then into Captain Henry Young's Company in May 1779 where he was promoted to Sergeant.  He signed the Hanover Petition in Virginia in 1783 and was present at Valley Forge.

He had several siblings:
William Sims (1787-1847) - buried in Pierce Cemetery, Tippecanoe County, Indiana
Stephen Sims (1792-1863) - buried in Sims Cemetery, Middlefork, Clinton County, Indiana (he was a delegate at the 1850 constitutional convention representing the counties of Clinton and Tipton, Indiana)
Thomas Sims (1795-1871) - buried in Sims Cemetery, Middlefork, Clinton County, Indiana
Martha "Patsy" Sims Nichols (1799-1896) - buried in Eagle Creek Cemetery, Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana
John Sims (1800-1875) - buried in Sims-Brier Cemetery, Old Bath, Franklin County, Indiana
Lewis Sims (1802-1864) - buried in Old LaFontaine Cemetery, La Fontaine, Wabash County, Indiana

Beside him is his wife, Agnes Boaz Sims.
Born: October 26, 1783
Died: June 20, 1866

She was the daughter of Abednego "Baize" Boaz (1760-1825) and Frances "Fannie" Boaz (1758-1810).  Abednego was a Revolutionary War Veteran and was granted a plot of land for his service in what was then known as Crowson's Cove in Sevier County, Tennessee.  It is known today as Wears Valley.  He settled his family in Tuckaleechee Cove.  They are both listed as having died in Blount County, Tennessee, so it is possible that they are buried there, though I can find no information on burials.

She had a few siblings:
Drucillar Boaz/Baze (?-?) - burial unknown
James Boaz/Baze (?-?) - burial unknown
Obadiah/Obediah C. Boaz/Baze (1789-1861) - buried in Betheseda Cemetery, Hamblen County, Tennessee
Zedkijah Boaz/Baze (1795-1860) - buried in Tallasahatchie Cemetery, Alpine, Talladega County, Alabama

They had several children:
Nancy S. Sims Houser (1803-1899) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Russell Sims (1804-1889) - buried in Flatrock Baptist Cemetery, Clifford, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Obadiah Sims (1808-1876) - buried in Isadora Cemetery, Isadora, Worth Cemetery, Missouri
William P. Sims (1811-1874) - buried in Rest Haven Cemetery, Edinburgh, Johnson County, Indiana
Noah Sims (1813-1885) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Lewis Sims (1816-1868) - buried in Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Stephen Simms (1818-1893) - buried in Sunset Hill Cemetery, Warrensburg, Johnson County, Missouri
Elcena Sims Haggard (1824-1913) - buried in Crown Chill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana

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And finally we come to the grave of Julie Markle.
Born: unknown
Died: April 7, 1861

She was the daughter of Jacob Markle (?-?) and Elizabeth Markle (?-?).  I found a listing for a Jacob and Elizabeth Markle buried in the Old Monticello Cemetery and the time frame fits, but I can't find a connection to prove that it was them.




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