Mowrystown Cemeteries Project
Mowrystown, Ohio

Mowrystown Cem Photo
Mowrystown Cem Map
Mowrystown Trans
Maiden Name Index
All Name Index

Ebenezer Cem Photo
Ebenezer Trans
Maiden Name Index
All Name Index

Bells Run Cem Photo
Bells Run Trans
Maiden Index
All Name Index

Project Area Map
Ohio Map
Guest Book
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Ebenezer Cemetery is considered the area’s original
French pioneers’ cemetery.
In the early 1830’s the land surrounding the cemetery
was owned by the John Bell family. John and his wife
Martha Jane have been included in the interments as a
memorial rather than fact since no one knows exactly
where they were buried.
In 1838 the land was purchased by the Druhot family
and its patriarch, Frederic Druhot, was the first of the
French community to be interred in 1841.
The cemetery is located at the top of a small hill on
Sardinia/Mowrystown Road southwest of
Mowrystown. Parking is somewhat difficult.
Many, many headstones are broken and/or missing.

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