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Old Brick Cemetery
on Ohio-Indiana State Line Rd. north of Ansonia-Hunchbarger Rd. 
in Jackson Twp., Randolph Co., Indiana
Photographer Robert D. Harter
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This cemetery is located about a mile north of Union City on the State Line Rd. in Indiana. It is a Brethren Cemetery which is very well kept and easily accessible. It is also the site of the recently discovered burial site of ISAAC JAMES, Civil War Medal of Honor recipient. A dedication ceremony was held Aug. 8th, 1999. Thanks to Bob Harter for providing this picture!

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Old Brick Cemetery Jacob P. Kunkle Magdalena Kunkle

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Isaac Kunkle James & Susanna Onkst William Onkst

Photographer Cindy Michelhaugh

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Sign Harry E. Martin Oct. 3, 1884 to July 31, 1921 Nathan & Emaline (Onkst) Martin and Grace

Photographers Robert D. Harter & Cindy Michelhaugh

Jackson Township Map with cemetery locations

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