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Winchester (Rocky Hill) Cemetery
Jackson County, Ohio

Lat: 38°59.23N, Lon: 082°32.22W

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 17.

Contributor's Index:

Jacobs, Nancy (Peart), b. 28 Feb 1850, Jackson Co., OH, d. 28 Mar 1939, Jackson Co., OH, d/o John & Mary, w/o Ervin, [CM]
Markham, Americus V., b. 1861, d. 1903, [CM]
Markham, Avaline (Vernon), b. 26 Aug 1845, Jackson Co., OH, d. 17 May 1922, Lucas Co., OH, d/o Johnathan, w/o Stephen, [CM]
Markham, Steven E., b. 20 Oct 1837, Ohio, d. 22 Dec 1916, Jackson Co., OH, s/o Richard & Ellen, [CM]
Peart, Dora Ellen (Gordon), b. 1864, d. 1951, w/o Robert H., [CM]
Peart, Floyd, b. 1940, d. 1942, [CM]
Peart, George McClelland, b. 23 Dec 1866, Jackson Co., OH, d. 23 Jan 1942, Jackson Co., OH, s/o John & Mary, [CM]
Peart, Hannah, d. 6 Jan 1883, w/o J. Peart, 24y 5m 29d, [CM]
Peart, Jessie E., d. 8 Dec 1870, d/o John & Mary, 2m 18d, [CM]
Peart, John Jacob, b. 20 May 1852, d. 10 Oct 1924, s/o John & Mary, [CM]
Peart, John, b. 15 Aug 1824, Washington Co., PA, d. 17 Jan 1899, Jackson Co., OH, G.A.R., 74y 5m 2d, [CM]
Peart, Mary (Stephenson), d. 9 May 1882, Jackson Co., OH, w/o John, 55y 7m 20d, [CM]
Peart, Nancy C., d. 21 Apr 1886, w/o William, 41y 9m 22d, [CM]
Peart, Rachel E. (Gordon), b. 20 Jan 1868, Jackson Co., OH, d. 30 Jan 1942, Jackson Co., OH, w/o John J., [CM]
Peart, Raymon, b. 6 Feb 1910, Jackson Co., OH, d. 10 Mar 1964, Marion Co., OH, s/o John & Rachel, [CM]
Peart, Robert C., b. 26 May 1890, Jackson Co., OH, d. 8 Jan 1954, Franklin Co., OH, s/o Robt H & Dora, [CM]
Peart, Robert Henry, b. 29 Jan 1858, Ohio, d. 23 Dec 1922, Jackson Co., OH, s/o John & Mary, [CM]

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