Carmichaels cemetery is not the name of this cemetery, I had to
name the page.
Webster District off of Route #250 about
1 mile down in the woods along Wolf
Run. No road near or no houses...
Family history says that the first one buried here was Heram (Herman) Carmichael,
son of John Carmichael. This was in the early 1800's. John fought in the Rev. War and
is buried in Staford Cemetery in Monroe Co., Ohio. I am sure his wife Elizabeth Carmichael
is buried here too, they were living here at the time of her death. There are no stones
for either one of these people. The cemetery is laid out with a fence around it with field
stones marking the graves of the people who don't have marked stones, about half of
the people have markers.
Mary E. (Robinson) McNinch - Born Dec. 6, 1861 - Died July 7, 1897,
wife of William McNinch. He is also buried there but no dates is on the stone for
him but Mr. Thomas Carmichael is still living, age 94 and he seen him buried. She is
the daughter of Catherine and Nathan Robinson.
Elizabeth Marshall - 1849 - 1900 daughter of Catherine and Nathan Robinson...
Catherine J. Ashcraft - Died Dec. 7, 1889 age 33 yrs 10 mos 21 days; wife of J. Ashcraft...
daughter of Catherine and Nathan Robinson...
Catherine Carmichael - wife of Nathan Robinson - Died June 22, 1901 - age 82 yrs. 2 mos
2 days - daughter of David and Catherine (Barney) Carmichael.
Nathan Robinson - died Jan. 27, 1880 - age 64 yrs 8 mos 25 days
George Robinson - son of N. & C. Robinson - Died Feb. 23, 1863 age 22 yrs 7mos 6 days...
John - son of John and Leah (Dowler) Carmicheal - Born Feb. 23, 1859 - Died Jan.
George - son of John and Leah (Dowler) Carmicheal - Born Oct. 1, 1865 - Died Mar. 3, 1871
Edward - son of John and Leah (Dowler) Carmicheal - Born Nov. 10, 1841- Died Jan. 19, 1842
Catherine (Barney) Carmicheal - Born June 19, 1793 - Died Feb. 18, 1868
David Carmicheal - Born Sept. 23, 1793 - Died June 24, 1832 - son of John Carmicheal
Jane M. Fuller - wife of Charles W. Fuller - Died Dec. 29, 1862 in her 31 year of life
(daughter of David and Catherine Carmicheal)
The first row is all field stones but Jane Fuller is the last one in this row. David
and Catherine Carmicheal starts the second row. The third row is mostly the children.
The fourth row starts with Nathan and Catherine Robinson.
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