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Hillsboro Cemetery
Highland County, Ohio

State Rt 138
Hillsboro, Ohio

Lat: 39° 12' 54"N, Lon: 83° 36' 12"W

Take Hwy 62 north out of Hillsboro, and turn east on St Rt 138, the cemetery will be on your left in a very short distance.

Started back in the early 1800's, in very good condition and still accepting burials.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records =10.

Contributor's Index:

Caplinger, Effie Anna Siders, b. Jun 23, 1902, d. Sep 20, 2001, w/o Gilbert E. Caplinger, [LS]
Caplinger, Gilbert Earl, b. Aug 20, 1900, d. 1979, h/o Effie Anna Siders, [LS]
Siders, Joseph Albert, b. Jul 27, 1874, d. Feb 10, 1962, s/o John William and Drusilla Clark Siders, h/o Lillie Lee Sprugeon and the late Mary Etta Maxwell, also called GrandDad, [LS]
Siders, Kermit Glen, b. Mar 22, 1922, d. May 24, 1930, s/o Joseph Albert and Lillie Lee Spurgeon Siders, [LS]
Siders, Lillie Lee Sprugeon, b. Jun 8, 1881, d. Dec 29, 1946, d/o John Wesley & Louisana Adams Sprugeon, w/o Joseph Albert Siders, [LS]
Siders, Robert Eugene 'Bob', b. Aug 14, 1924, d. Dec 28, 1988, s/o Joseph Albert and Lillie Lee Sprugeon Siders, [LS]
Vinsonhaler, Ellie Mae Siders, b. Oct 21, 1878, d. Jun 11, 1927, w/o Flavius Josephius Vinsonhaler, d/o John William and Drusilla Clark Siders, [LS]
Vinsonhaler, Etta Pearl, b. Oct 2, 1902, d. 1986, d/o Flavius Josephius & Ellie May Siders Vinsonhaler, [LS]
Vinsonhaler, Flavius Josephius, b. 1874, d. 1954, h/o Ellie Mae Siders, [LS]
Vinsonhaler, Milford Earl, b. Jun 3, 1907, d. 1978, s/o Flavius Josephius and Ellie May Siders Vinsonhaler, [LS]
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