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Comins Cemetery
Mio, Oscoda County, Michigan

McKinley Rd, Mio MI
Mentor Twp, Sec 7
Lat: 44°39'29"N, Lon: 84°03'04"W

Contributed by Sherry L. Carsten, Jul 10, 2002 [oscodacomigenweb@yahoo.com]. Total records = 7.

Take M-33 from Mio toward Fairview, turn right on McKinley Road (just after bridge) stay on McKinley Road for 5 or 6 miles. The road leading to the Cemetery is on the left had side, just before Comins Flats (Boat Launch). If you go to the parking lot at Comins Flats and turn around going back toward Mio it would be the first dirt, one lane road on the right. There is no sign on McKinley Rd telling you that the cemetery is even there.

Very bad condition! Lots of graves have no markers, and you can walk through the cemetery and find the unmarked graves due to indents in the ground. Most of the markers that are unreadable are broken.

I have photos of these graves that I took with my digital camera. I transcribed this on 7/5/2002 from all known burials & visible tombstone inscriptions.
- Sherry L. Carsten

Cauchy, Charles D., d. Mar 12, 1884, Aged 21 Yrs old
Cauchy, Mary H. S., d. Jul 24, 1896, Wife of Peter Cauchy Jr., Aged 31 Yrs old
Cauchy, Mary, d. Jun 4, 1896, Aged 61 Yrs Old
Cauchy, Peter Sr., d. Feb 2, 1893, Aged 63 Yrs Old
Davis, George M., d. Aug 19, 1910, 67 Yrs 8 Mos 16 Dys
Davis, Isabell, b. Mar 11, 1850, d. Feb. 8, 1914, At Rest
Finch, Frank, b. Aug 16, 1867, d. Feb. 11, 1906, Oldest Son of Alvin & Margaret Finch
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