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Follow the links below to find out more about the following people.
Cemetary and Headstone Information
If you are doing geneology on any of the families discussed on this site, you might be interested to know
that nearly all of them are buried in Zane Township. The Zane Township cemetaries are very accessible
and generally well taken care of [with the exception of the Curl Cemetary].
See the links below.
Listing of Zane Township Cemetaries. Very complete.
Cemetary Headstone Inscriptions of the Heath's, Cochran's, Antrim's and other relatives
buried in the Middleburg Cemetary. Listed in alphabetical order.
Do a "Find in Page" search on Heath,
Cochran, Antrim, Euans, or other local surname and you'll be pleasantly surprised at what turns up.
- Curl Cemetary (a.k.a. Darby Creek
Cemetary) Headstone Inscriptions of the earliest Zane Township pioneers, many of whom
are veterans of the Revolutionary, 1812, and Civil Wars. Listed in alphabetical order. I'm including this
becase the cemetary is sadly neglected by the Zane Township Trustees and many of the headstones are illegible, broken,
or missing completely.
Heath & Cochran Families
Antrim & Milledge Families
- Moses Euans, Pioneer Settler in Zane Township
- Levi and Lavilla Cochran Euans, see child #8 under Robert & Nancy Cochran, above.
- Family Photos, images from the private collection of Ronnie Heath