Watson Farm Cemetery
Howe Township 

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Click Here to see photographs of the cemetery and each tombstone.

There are 30 or 40 unmarked graves in the cemetery.  There use to be an American Union Sunday School and Church located here.  You can still make out the foundation for the church.

Last Name First Name Middle Name Maiden Name Date of Birth Date of Death Notes
Booth Cecil

no tombstone
Booth Alice C
1897 1907 Daughter of W A & C L Booth
Griffith Infant

Infant daughter of Samantha Kate Griffith
Hanes Hannah M

In the Hanes plot - no tombstone
Hanes William A
1845 1904
Luce Maud A
1878 1940
Miller Martin E
1930 1931 Son
Miller Lavern H
1887 1942 Father
Miller Maude M
1894 1947 Mother
Miller Edward S
1916 1965
Rhulman Robert V
31 March 1922 11 May 1987 Dubby - 677th Frontline M.P. Infantry WWII
Rhulman Mildred P
20 September 1914 15 April 1997 Millie - L.P.N
Richards Arthur C
1885 1900
Robinson Minnie
1912 In the Hanes plot - no tombstone
Shay John

1840 1913
Shay Miranda

1847 1914 Wife of John Shay - her first name was taken from the 1900 Census record

no tombstone - marked by a pipe fence

no tombstone - marked by a pipe fence
Walton John Earl
1888 1973

Recorded by Nathan Zipfel

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