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Parkman Bundysburg Gates Cemetery
Geauga County, Ohio

Contributed by Mary Gilmore, Feb 10, 2001 [allgilmore@aubcom.com].
Total records = 20.

The Parkman-Bundysburg Gates Cemetery, located on the east side of Bundysburg Rd. and 1/2 mile south of the intersection of Swine Creek and Bundysburg Rd., near Parkman, Geauga County, Ohio.

This is a no longer a used family Cemetery of the BUNDY/FRENCH/GATES family recorded by Charles M. FRENCH in 1970. It has been visited by descendents of the family again in 1984 and 1988. It is near the French family farmhouse on land now populated by several Amish families in the area who keep it in quite good condition.

- Mary Gilmore

??, Linus, Row 4
??, Olive, illegible dates, Row 2
??, Abigail, d. 14 Jul 1861, Row 3
??, Emeline, no dates, Row 3
??, Warham, illegible stone, Row 3
BUNDY, Elisha, Pvt., Woods Mass., Mil. Rev. War., d. 5 Oct. 1826, Row 4
COX, John, M.D., no dates, Row 6
FRENCH, William, Sgt. Mass. Troops Rev. War, d. 15 Aug. 1838, Row 2
GATES, Electa E., d/o Orin & Nabby, d. 11 May 1850, Row 3
GATES, Jacob, d. 18 "?" 1817, Row 3
GATES, Jacob, d. 18 Oct 1817, age 48 y, Row 3
GATES, Jacob, s/o R. & E., d. 14 Jun 1830, age 3m or 3y, 15d, Row 3
GATES, Nabba, d. 13 Jan. 1831, (nee BUNDY), age 23, Row 4
GATES, Olive, d/o Warham & Susan, illegible dates, Row 3
GATES, Orman M., d. ? Sept. 1841, age 63, Row 4
GATES, Susan, b. 5 Sep 1792, d. 8 Oct. 1871, Row 1
GATES, Warham, b. 1797, d. 1877, Row 1

Illegible stone, Row 3
Unmarked Stone, J.C., Row 7
Unmarked stone, O.M.G., Row 5

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