Compiled, Photographed, and Indexed
by Roger Spencer & Roberta L. Moore

Cassville, Chittick, Deer Creek-German Baptist,
Miami, Railside Chapel, Gettinger,
& Waisner-Rickard Cemeteries
Deer Creek Township, Miami County, Indiana

 
Please Note:  Photographs of the stones in the books are grayscale,
not color photos.    Newer books do have color covers.

Roger Spencer, along with Rebecca Houdeshell Stephens, has published several photographic cemetery readings of cemeteries in Darke County, Ohio, the home of many of their ancestors.  This is Roger's first photographic reading of an Indiana cemetery.  For this book, he teamed with Roberta L. Moore, current Deer Creek Township Trustee.

It contains 239 pages, over 900 photographs of tombstones found in the cemeteries listed in the title along with typed inscriptions of the stones.  The book is fully indexed and was published in 2004. Many of these stones are in bad shape from weather, broken and several of these cemeteries are no longer active.

Some surnames found in the book that are numerous in mention are: CASTER, COTTERMAN, DAVIS, MARTIN, MOORE, RUSSELL, WAISNER, WEAVER, WINTERROWD, CLARK, CLINGENPOOL, CONDO, ENNIS, EWING, HERRELL, HUMRICKHOUSE, PHELPS/PHILPS, SHIVELEY, STUDEBAKER, THOMPSON, ZEIGLER, BORING, HAYNES, McCONNELL, PEARSON, ROSS, WARD, BUSEY, CLEM, COLTER, HARTGROVE, LARIMER, NEEDHAM, SANDIFUR, STANLEY, TAYLOR and WEBSTER.

Surnames that are also found in Darke and Preble counties in Ohio include: ARMSTRONG, BAKER, BROWN, CLARK, COTTERMAN, CRAIN, HERRELL, HOOVER, JENKINS, MARTIN, McCLURE, MOORE, PEARSON, SNIDER, STUDEBAKER, TAYLOR, THOMPSON, WEAVER, WARD, WINTERROWD, YOUNG.

Price: $40.00 (includes shipping and handling)

To purchase, contact Roger R. Spencer: E-mail rrspencer13@comcast.com or send check payable to Roger R. Spencer, 1619 High Street, Logansport, Indiana, 46947-2863.  Please include your name and mailing address with your check.

Thank you for your order.

 

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