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Buck/New Buck Cemetery
Celina, Hopewell Twp, Mercer County, Ohio

Frahm Pike 1 mile E of SR118, between SR118 & Hellwarth Rd.

Lat: 40°35'42"N, Lon: 84°38'00"W

This cemetery looks pretty full. One one side of Frahm Pike is the old section, and the other side is more recent burials. People are buried there starting in the late 1800's.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 22.

Contributor's Index:

Pierstorff, Francisca S., b. 26 Jul 1879, d. 20 Sep 1879, [MS]
Pierstorff, Anna, 26 Nov 1880, [MS]
Pierstorff, Dora, b. &, d. 26 Nov 1880, [MS]
Pierstorff, Carl C., b. 26 Dec 1811, d. 28 Dec 1890, [MS]
Pierstorff, Sophia, 16 Mar 1895, w/o K., [MS]
Now, Anna, 22 Jul 1884, w/o John, [MS]
Beckman, Henry A., 09 Set 1873, s/o Gottlieb & Margaret, [MS]
Jenkins, John F., Co B 60 IL Inf, [MS]
Smith, Sarah E., 10 Jun 1893, w/o Ben, [MS]
Pierstorff, Caroline, b. 12 Mar 1847, d. 16 Aug 1874, w/o John, [MS]
Pierstorff, William, 09 Jul 1876, s/o John & Annie, [MS]
Pierstorff, John, 09 Jul 1876, s/o John & Annie, [MS]
Pierstorff, Emma D., b. 23 Feb 1884, d. 3 Feb 1883, d/o J & S, [MS]
Pierstorff, Dorthea, b. &, d. May 1881, d/o J & S, [MS]
Pierstorff, Albert, b. 21 Dec 1885, d. 20 May 1886, s/o J & S, [MS]
Eichenauer, John F., 14 Jan 1876, s/o Tobias & Elizabeth, [MS]
Eichanauer, Albert E., 10 Aug 1883, s/o T & E, [MS]
Eichenauer, Lillie B., 6 May 1887, d/o Tobias & Elizabeth, [MS]
Smith, Jacob, 10 Oct 1896, s/o H & EB, [MS]
Smith, Phillip, 21 Feb 1869, Co A 71 Ohio Inf, [MS]
Smith, Elizabeth, 27 Oct 1893, w/o Phillip, [MS]
Sielschott, John, 06 Jun 1842, s/o G & M, [MS]

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