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North Oxford Cemetery Oxford, Oakland County, Michigan

From the center of Oxford – East on Burdick St. .2 mi, North on Oxford Rd/Glaspie 1.1 miles, East on Oxford Rd .5 mi, North on Oxford Rd .9 mi, East on Oxford Rd .5 mi, North on Oxford Rd .4 mi.  As you can see Oxford Rd makes many turns.  The cemetery is on the East side of the road.  Submitted by Christopher Schnur. Information collected September 2001. last namegiven nameborndiedmarriedmilitaryservicesayings BrooksJohn18341910 BrooksElizabeth1841his wife BrooksMary18731953 BrooksKenneth J.Aug 26 1914Nov 14 1914son of jas. And ida brooks BrooksIda V.18851965 BrooksJames J.18801963 BrooksJohn E.18751927 BrooksAlice A.18901982 BrooksE. Ann1918 BrooksA. Ray1912 PetersonElmer Garnet18981937 JohnsonRaymond Levisept 12 1917Jun 6 1980Tec 5 US Army World War II NashFrank W.March 2 1919oct 25 1942 NashNancy C.July 27 1918oct 25 1942 NashNellie B.18911974 NashLyle D.18871929 KelleyKathleen A.sept 11 1943oct 27 1994 KelleyMichael HSept 4 1945 KelleyMark Dean19582001Beloved Husband and Daddy - I love you NobleEthelyn19171937 NobleRuth1916 RivardLualAug 23 1948 NobleJohn H18821959 NobleMae A1888 BlissElias G18871958 JacksonRoy Lindell19571958 MurphyFrederick R19021948Father GouldL. Louise Murphy19111975Mother MurphyNorman F1930Son MurphyShirley J19381976Mother LangWilbur H19111983 LangBeatrice I19091995 MuseCharles1930And his wife MuseMarilyn L19341991 MuseRobert C19671968Grandson SmithHelen19031993 SmithJake18871990 HickmottBeryle LouiseOct 3 1927Sitz Johanning HickmottRalph JamesDecember 29 1926April 20 1989"Bud" "PaPa" EverettAlicemae J19181992 EverettKenneth SJuly 3 1906Jan 7 1975PFC US Army World War II(Two head stones) HickmottAreatha F19141977 HickmottDonald A19151980 HickmottFlorence18891979 HickmottRalph J18821960 BatesIra P19121977 BatesDoris L19161975 LaidlawWilbur A19181979 LaidlawAdam18521933Father LaidlawJuliette18581931Mother LaidlawAndrew James18801882Son LaidlawHarry Johnson18831886Son LaidlawWilliam S18871974 LaidlawSylvia E18951965 SpragueClairDec 18 1898Sept 5 1932 BlissJosephineOct 25 1883Oct 14 1935Mother BlissLeroyMay 2 1880June 10 1949Father BlissRalph FMar 9 1913Nov 6 1937Brother KomarzecWalter PaulJun 30 1939Jan 25 1996SSG US Army Vietnam CochranBillyApr 14 1942Sept 3 1995 KaminskiMary...

Philo Orlando VanWagoner

Philo O. VanWagner passed away on August 4, 1919 at Ida Grove, Iowa. His affliction was pronounced muscular paralysis. Philo was born on November 17, 1849 at Oxford, Michigan, and was in his 70th year. He attended school at the Oxford Academy. At the age of twelve, he moved with his parents to the country. When he was sixteen, he began his trade as a stone mason. He was united in marriage on October 15, 1873 to Miss Etta McVean. Five children were born, three of whom survive him: Nita, at home; Philo Jr. of Ida Grove; and Mrs. Lawrence Kuhl of Arthur, Iowa. He had three grandchildren. Mr. Van Wagoner with his wife and baby came to make their home in Iowa in 1881, locating on a farm north of Ida Grove. In 1890, he was elected sheriff and held this office six years, moving into Ida Grove at that time. The grocery firm of Wasser & VanWagoner occupied the next four years of his life. Shortly after that, he was appointed marshal and superintendent of the city water works, discharging these duties over 17 years. For a number of years, he served as chief of the fire department, and remained on the honorary roll of membership until the time of his death. Burial was in the Ida Grove Cemetery. Mr. VanWagoner was a member of a large family, six members of whom survive him ~ three brothers and three sisters, as follows: Charles VanWagoner of Detroit; Otto VanWagoner of Los Angeles, and Alvil of Cloister, New Jersey; Mrs. E. R. Day of Flint, Michigan; Mrs. Frank P....

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