Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Tombstone Tuesday: Owl Creek Cemetery, Ankenytown, Ohio - Keller Stones

Henry Keller 1829-1903 son of Benjamin Keller, His wife Elizabeth's
 foot stone is to the left 1829 to 1909
Note:  I believe her maiden name is Grubb and there marriage is in the Knox Co., Ohio Records. 
There are quite a few Keller stones in the Owl Creek Cemetery and you can find photos at Find A Grave with links to show the relationships. 

Daniel Keller 1851-1926,
Elnora A. Keller 1856-1887
Ardella Keller 1864-1944
Chloe Keller 1881-1966
There are foot stones for these people see below
J.W. Keller 1860-1922 with the stones crowded around him on the left and right

Wilson Keller 1860 to 1922
Elizabeth Keller 1829-1909

On the left of Henry Keller's stone Ardella 1864-1944 , Herold, son of
J.W. & Tena, d. 1914
Herold and Christina are very close to J.W. Keller.

Christina D. Keller w/o J. Wilson Keller 1877 to 1966

Herold Keller, s/o J.W. & Tena d. 1914

Ardella Mae Keller daughter of J.W. & Tena Keller [1915]
Ruth Elnora dau. of W.D. & Cora Keller 1913

KELLER - Walter D. 1879-1970
Cora E. 1876-1936

Family Search has a tree for Henry and Elizabeth (Grubb) Keller which lists their children as Daniel, Mary Elizabeth Keller, John Wilson Keller and Delpha Keller.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Tombstone Tuesday: Owl Creek Brethren, Ankenytown, Ohio

The Owl Creek Cemetery is located in Ankenytown, Berlin Twp., in northern Knox County, Ohio which is northeast of Fredericktown.  You can take Hwy. 95 north (Ankenytown Rd.) following its twists and turns.  You will be greeted by a beautiful white church.  The graveyard is to the right as you enter.

Owl Creek Sign post with information

The Owl Creek Brethren Church 

The Church Welcome sign 

Overview photo of Owl Creek Cemetery
Source:  Cemetery Records of Knox County, Ohio, Volume II, Owl Creek, Ankenytown, Ohio. There is also a revision so you might check Volume I.  I was in search of Kellers and found quite a few in this cemetery.