Carmichael #2 Cemetery

Copied by Audra Wayne, 1971; submitted by Phyllis Slater.

Off Route 250, about 1 mile down in the woods along Wolf Run. No road or houses near.

Family history says that the first one buried here was Heram (Herman) Carmichael, son of John Carmichael, this was in the early 1800s. John fought in the Rev. War and is buried in Staford Cemetery in Monroe Co. Ohio. I am sure his wife Elizabeth Carmichael is buried here too, as they were living here at the time of her death. There are no stones for either one of these people. The cemetery is laid out with a fence around it with field stones marking the graves of the people who don't have marked stones. About half of the people have markers.

McNINCH, Mary E (Robinson) w/o William - Dec. 6, 1981 - July 7, 1897
McNINCH, William is also buried here but no dates on the stone for him but a Mr. Thomas Carmichael is still living age 94 (in 1971) and saw him buried. Mary is the daughter of Catherine and Nathan Robinson

MARSHALL, Elizabeth - d/o Catherine & Nathan Robinson - 1849 - 1900
ASHCRAFT, Catherine J - w/o J - d/o Catherine & Nathan Robinson - Dec 7, 1889 - age 33 y 10m 21 d -
ROBINSON, Catherine - w/o Nathan - 22 Jun, 1901 - 82/2/2 - d/o David and Catherine (Barney) Carmichael
ROBINSON, Nathan - 27 Jan 1880 - 64/8/25
ROBINSON, George - s/o N & C - Feb 23, 1863 - 22/7/-
CARMICHAEL, John - s/o John & Leah (Dowler) Carmichael - 23 Feb 1859 - 26 Jan 1861
CARMICHAEL, George - s/o John & Leah - 1 Oct 1865 - 3 Mar 1871
CARMICHAEL, Edward - s/o John & Leah - 10 Nov 1841 - 19 Jan 1842
CARMICHAEL, Catherine (Barney) - 19 Jun 1793 - 18 Feb 1868
CARMICHAEL, David - s/o John - 23 Sep 1793 - 24 Jun 1832
FULLER, Jane M - s/o Charles W - Dec 29, 1862 - age 31st yr - d/o David & Catherine Carmichael

The first row is all field stones but Jane Fuller is the last one in this row. David and Catherine Carmichael starts the second row. The third row is mostly the children. The fourth row starts with Nathan and Catherine Robinson.


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