DCOWeb Home Photo Album Cemetery Names Index Cemetery Locations Cemetery Index & Some Readings

DARKE COUNTY RESEARCHERS
Cemetery Photo Project
Contains photos, maps, USGS index, contact information, etc.

 

Cemeteries

  Abbottsville (Old)
  Abbottsville (New)
  Ansonia
  Beamsville
  Beech Grove
  Boyd (Old Brock)
  Brock (New)
  Byrd
  Coppess
  Crickbaum
  Dininger
  Dutch
  Earhart
  East Zion
  English
  Erisman
  Ft. Jefferson
  Gettysburg
  Greenlawn
  Greenmound
  Greenville
  Harris Creek (Old)
  Hartle
  Holsapple
  Holy Family
  Horn
  Infirmary
  Ithaca
  Mendenhall
  Mote
  Mt. Zion (Mississinawa)
  Mt. Zion (Neave Twp.)
  Nashville
  Newcomer
  Palestine
  Old Brick
  Otterbein
  Railroad
  Rose Hill
  St. Johns
  Sharpeye
  Shooks
  Snell
  Speelman
  Springhill
  Stelvideo
  Teegarden (New)
  Water Street
  West Branch
  Willowdell
  Yoder
2001-2015

Sharpeye Cemetery
State Route 502 east of Palestine-Union City Rd. in Washington Twp.
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Photos by Tom Midlam July 24, 2003
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Westward View Shively  

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David Cole Elizabeth Eisenhouer Lydia Fox

Photographer Michael Reck

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Philonzo Carpenter Susanna Carpenter, wife of Philonzo (same stone) Max & Flossy Carpenter

  shMvc-004f.jpg (83088 bytes) Washington
Township Map
with cemetery locations
  Charles & Nellie Reck

Photographer Robert D. Harter

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Harvey Manuel H. N. Manuel Mary Jennings & Harvey Manuel

Harvey Manuel was Mary Jennings first of three husbands. Harvey died as a result of Civil war wounds (or illness), and her second, Henry Fox, also died. It would appear, however, that she is not in Sharpeye - Perhaps buried with James Jennings - I do not know where. The wording at the bottom of Harvey's stone says "Tho lost to sight, to memory dear" 

Washington Township map with cemetery locations
Photographers Michael Reck and Robert D. Harter