(also known as the Stade and the Staudt Cemeteries)
From page 124 of the Book:
Unused for nearly one hundred years, this old burying ground is uncared for an in a high state of decay. Many stones appear to be missing. It is located on a center line drawn between the two lower halves of section 18, township 9, range 5. It is very near a line drawn between sections 18 and 19. John Cable, an Elder of the German Baptist Church, came to Miami County between 1812 and 1814 and settled in Newberry Township near the site of this cemetery. It was his intention to have a church built on the site, however, this never materialized and the Church was built several miles on up the creek and is now known as the Harris Creek Church of the Brethren. At one time, a road ran from what is now (1979) State Route 48 just north of Covington, westward down to the Stillwater River. This road lay half way between the Covington-Bradford Road and Klinger Road, but it was actually the eastern extension of what is now Klinger Road. This long forgotten road led to a ford on the Stillwater River where it crossed just north of the mouth of Harris Creek. From here it passed the grist mill built by Noah Davenport in 1815 and winding northwest up the valley along the millrace came to the Cable cemetery where it made a right angle and passed north several rods to end on what is now Klinger Road. The cemetery lies high on a bluff overlooking Harris Creek on its south.
Inscriptions taken on 15 July 1977 by Joseph H. Bosserman and compared against a list taken on 27 April 1975 by Don Bowman.
BOGGS, Melvina, w/o Aaron, d. 27 Jan. 1883, age 70y 8m 10d nee Hitt Aaron, d. 23 Oct. 1872, age 57y 11m 8d RASER, Nancy, w/o J., d. 2 Jan. 1852, age 42y 6m 15d WYSONG, Susannah, w/o Jacob, d. 2 May 1859, age 67y 11m 7d CABLE, Abraham, d. 17 Jan. 1855, age 23y 13d YERTY, Ester, w/o Jacob, d. 1 April 1873, age 64y 4m 29d McCLUNE, Walter E., s/o I.W. & & S., d. 10 Sept. 1873, age 11m 18d HAY, Elizabeth, w/o Abraham, d. 28 May 1855, age 42y 23 Abraham, d. 1851, age 36y Joseph, d. 1840 Malinda, d/o A. & E., d. 22 Feb. 1842, age 3y 6m 14d John, d. 15 Feb. 1845, age 60y 16d BOGGS, Marion, s/o A. & M., d. 17 June 1861, age 19y 7m 23d HOUSER, Mary Ann, w/o A., d. 10 May 1852, age 24y 4m 13d HAY, infant s/o D. & S. J., d. age 3m (no date) | s/s Daniel, d. 6 July 1880, age 67y 4m 14d | s/s CABLE, Joseph, s/o J. & A., d. 23 May 1830, age 8m 3d CRICK, Margaret, d. 15 March 1862, age 81y 2m 8d John, d. 13 Aug. 1847, b. 15 Nov. 1781 Sarah A., d/o Peter & Elizabeth, d. 1 Jan. 1851, age 6y 27d CABLE, Abraham H., s/o J. & S., d. 18 July 1872, age 18y 5m 18d Almina, d/o J. & S., d. 11 Sept. 1862, age 5m 19d Martin, s/o J. & S., d. 15 Sept. 1841, age 3y 7m 2d YERTY, Jacob, d. 5 Feb. 1868, age 65y 3m 22d Catharine, d. 19 Feb. 1868, age 37y 10m 7d CABLE, Nancy A., w/o Elder John Cable, d. 27 Jan. 1872, age 75y 1m 17d John, d. 27 Aug. 1863, age 75y 3m 25d ESHELMAN, Isaac L., d. 31 Jan. 1873, age 73y 3m 26d ULLERY, George, h/o Elizabeth, d. 2 March 1855, age about 28y DEETER, Mary J., w/o Daniel D., d. 14 Aug. 1892, age 38y 11m 3d
From the size of this cemetery, it appears as many as half of the stones could be missing. As most of the stones are down and appear to have been "tossed about" no exact order could be listed. There are several field stones, both standing and down.
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