Today's Walk Through the Tombstone is at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Helmsburg, Brown County, Indiana.
Born: April 29, 1846
Died: May 6, 1933
He was married to Lucinda Frownfelter (1849-1933). Her name is listed on the larger headstone just behind his Civil War Shield stone.
Together they had at least one child:
Efra Harold Frounfelter (1890-1970) - buried in Hilldale Cemetery, Morgan County, Indiana.
He served in the Civil War in the 9th Indiana Cavalry, Company L.
It is noted that on his large headstone that he shares with his wife, his name is spelled "Frownfelter".
Here we have the grave of Joseph Hughes.
Born: August 31, 1844
Died: August 14, 1914
He was married to Lucy Chappell Hughes (1845-1931). Her name is carved into the other side of the headstone.
They had at least one child:
Walter A. Hughes (1883-1936) - buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
He served in the Civil War in the 63rd Indiana Infantry, Company I.
This is the grave of Daniel W. Miller.
Died: 1920, Brown County, Indiana
He was the son of David Miller (1812-1896) and Sarah Ann Neidigh Miller (1819-1916). Both are buried in Fleener Cemetery in Fruitdale, Brown County, Indiana.
He had at least two siblings:
Catharine Miller (1842-?) - unknown
John Miller (1846-1924) - buried in Weeping Willow Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
Elizabeth Henrietta Miller Myars Warford (1857-1911) - buried in Myers Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana
He served in the Civil War in the 55th Indiana Infantry.
Here is the grave of James Smith.
Born: July 1, 1830
He served in the 62nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
There are a number of symbols carved into his headstone. There is an open book on the top of his grave. This generally symbolizes his faith. There is a dove flying above the open gates of heaven on the face of his headstone.
Our final stop is at the grave of James Edgar Snider.
Born: July 1871, Indiana
Died: March 31, 1872, Indiana
He was the son of William W. Snider (1848-1918) and Emaline Snider (1842-1907). They are both buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
He had at least one sibling:
Rosabelle Snider (1873-1874) - buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana.
I hope that you have enjoyed your walk through Oak Ridge Cemetery today.
If you have any information about the graves listed here, please let me know.
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