Read and copyright© by Gloria Dettleff and Dorothy Falk 1 Dec 2001

The Veteran's tombstones are annotated as either Private Head Stones (PHS) or Government Head Stones (GHS). S/w means Shares stone with. Unknown means there is some piece of stone remaining.

Source: LGT - Stones still readable at the Looking Glass Township Cemetery; St P - Data transcribed from the St. Peter's microfilmed church records; Reg - From partial listing of the County Clerk's official Death Registers; Bur - Information from partial list of burial cards (from 1920 onward)

Click on Yellow headings to sort by that column - click again to change the order of the sort
Section Row Grave Name Maiden Name Born Died Inscriptions and Comments
20 35 DICKROEGER, Mary--- 1862 1895 Source - LGT, S/w William. Concrete slab 
20 36 DICKROEGER, William--- 1857 1934 Source - LGT, S/w Mary. Concrete slab 
14 16 DRENNAN, Lucille A.ST. JOHN 6 Dec 1910 14 Feb 1965 Source - LGT, "Loved and missed by all." 
14 15 DRENNAN, Martin P.--- 23 Oct 1912 13 Jun 1995 Source - LGT, "Most loving Husband, Father, Grandfather & Great-Grandfather. You will live on in us forever." 
10 DUNCAN, Lulu--- 29 Oct 1847 13 Feb 1931 Source - LGT 
--- --- DUNCAN, Matilda--- --- 9 Sep 1884 Source - Reg, Death Register # 1612. Age 26 years. 
23 DUNCAN, Meridith--- 10 Jun 1828 7 Mar 1898 Source - LGT, FLT in 3 links of chain/He closed his eyes & his frail spirit awaked amid to the light of its own immortality. Was in I.O.O.F. Cemetery. 
10 DUNCAN, Thomas--- 12 Apr 1844 8 Mar 1924 Source - LGT 

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Database table cem_list modified:12 Sep 2017
Cemetery ID:120
Page modified:18 Nov 2011