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Olive Branch Cemetery, Clark County, Indiana, USA

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Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Olive Branch Cemetery: George W. Huffstetter and Stelatus A. (Bowen) Huffstetter 
    George Washington HUFFSTETTER (d. 14 Feb 1902)
 
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Olive Branch Cemetery: Jacob Huffstetter 
    Jacob HUFFSTUTTER (d. 28 Jun 1856)
 
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Olive Branch Cemetery: Annie Huffstetter daughter of George Huffstetter and Stelatus Bowen 
    Annie HUFFSTETTER (d. 22 Dec 1866)
 
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Olive Branch Cemetery: Hannah (Hostetler) Huffstetter 
    Hannah HOSTETTLER (d. 26 Jan 1888)
 


Charlestown Cemetery, Charlestown, Clark County, Indiana, USA

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Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Charlestown Cemetery: Merrill David Huffstetter and Lou Etta Halterbaum Huffstetter,  
    Lou Etta HALTERBAUM (d. 23 Mar 1984)
Merrill David HUFFSTETTER (d. 31 Dec 1987)
 
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Charlestown Cemetery: Ida Belle Bottorff Huffstetter, first wife of David Hiram Huffstetter. ( David's expressed wish was to be buried by her but 2nd wife Lydia Giltner buried him by her instead. Source : Sep 1950 letter/records, Marie Huffstutter Tyler's possession, copy RFH). 
    Ida Belle BOTTORFF (d. 1 Jul 1906)
 
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Indiana, Clark County, Tombstone
Charlestown Cemetery: David Hiram Huffstetter and Lydia Giltner Huffstetter. ( Lydia and David married 16 months after the death of David's first wife Ida. Lydia had no children. She outlived David and buried him on a lot she bought herself. Lydia survived him a number of years and was buried beside David despite his expressed wish to be buried by the side of his first wife.-Source : Sep 1950 letter/records in Marie Huffstetter Tyler's possession, copy-RFH. Text paraphrased.) 
    Lydia A. GILTNER (d. 23 Mar 1941)
David Hiram HUFFSTETTER (d. 3 May 1918)
 


River View Cemetery, Aurora, Dearborn County, Indiana, USA

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Indiana, Dearborn County, Tombstone
Indiana, Dearborn County, Tombstone
River View Cemetery (Aurora, Indiana): Leslie Byron Huffstetter; son of David Hiram and Ida. 
    Leslie Byron HUFFSTETTER (d. 20 Dec 1943)
 


Fairvew Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, USA

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Indiana, Floyd County, Tombstone
Indiana, Floyd County, Tombstone
Fairview Cemetery, (New Albany, IN) graves of David B. Neafus and Martha Catherine Hon Neafus. 
    Martha Catherine (Kate) HON (d. 2 Jul 1931)
David B. NEAFUS (d. 26 Aug 1907)
 
Indiana, Floyd County, Tombstone
Indiana, Floyd County, Tombstone
Fairvew Cemetery,(New Albany, IN) gravestone of William Theophilus Neafus and Emma R. Neafus. William a son of Martha Catherine Hon Neafus. 
    Emma R. ? (d. 1945)
William Theophilus NEAFUS (d. 1954)
 


Palmyra Cemetery, Harrison County, Indiana, USA

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Indiana, Harrison County, Tombstone
Indiana, Harrison County, Tombstone
Palmyra Cemetery: Levi Huffstutter 
    Levi HUFFSTUTTER (d. 7 Feb 1905)
 
Indiana, Harrison County, Tombstone
Indiana, Harrison County, Tombstone
Palmyra Cemetery: Mary E. (Downs) Huffstutter 
    Mary E. DOWNS (d. 28 Jun 1918)
 

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