West-Evans cemetery of Byrd Township, Brown County, Ohio

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E.M. Davis , Winchester, Ohio (3677 Decatur Pike, Winchester 45697)
Registers of births, etc. -- Ohio -- Byrd., Inscriptions -- Ohio -- Byrd., Byrd (Ohio) -- Genealogy., West-Evans Cemetery (Byrd,


Byrd (Ohio), West-Evans Cemetery (Byrd, Ohio), Ohio,

Statementcompiled & published by Eva M. Davis.
LC ClassificationsF499.B96 D38 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination35 leaves :
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Open LibraryOL1640345M
LC Control Number91193513

The West-Evans Cemetery is situated on a hill Brown County the intersection of Route and George Miller Road, in Byrd Township, Brown Co., Ohio, on a tract land now owned by Clarence and Thelma Kegley.

There is no langer a road to the cemetery - access is by ://   BROWN COUNTY, OHIO OHGenWeb Project. Byrd Township. Decatur Cemetery East Liberty-Stone Meeting House-Old Liberty-West-Evans Cemetery Eckman Cemetery Liberty Chapel Cemetery Old West-Evans-Baird-West Cemetery Reeves Cemetery Reeves-Unnamed Cemetery Woods-Wood Cemetery: Clark Brown County, Ohio Cemetery Directory.

Byrd Township. Echman Family Cemetery. Decatur Cemetery. Libery Chapel Cemetery. West Cemetery. Reeves Family Cemetery #1. Reeves Family Cemetery #2. Woods Family Cemetery. Pittenger Family Cemetery. Clark Township. Brooks Cemetery(old) Neal Family Cemetery. Warner Cemetery. Leonard Family Cemetery.

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USA (1,) > Ohio (50,) > Ohio Cemetery Records (16,) > Brown County Cemetery Records (). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the Ohio Cemetery Records ://   BROWN COUNTY OF OHIO CEMETERIES BROWN COUNTY OF OHIO CEMETERIES by Janice Morgan BYRD TOWNSHIP Woods East Liberty Decatur Eckman Reeves New Liberty West CLARK TOWNSHIP Rich Donooks McCall Hamersville Ralston Lenord Liming Neal Murphy Rounds Ogden Warner EAGLE TOWNSHIP Wilson Burris Methodist Brush Creek Fincastle FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP John West died at his home in Byrd Township, Brown County, OH, on Dec.

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Reel Author: Nelson Wiley Evans: Publisher: N. W. Evans, Original from: Columbia University: Digitized: May 4, Length   Hannah was buried with her maiden family in Clarkson Cemetery 3 miles north of town on the west side of Sprucevale Rd in Middleton Township. William later moved out of the state and was buried with descendants in Viola Cemetery on the west side of US 67 in Mercer County, ://