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Michael Ingle
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Michael Ingle, the first permanent white settler in Newberry Township, arrived in Miami County in 1804. A tanner from Virginia, Ingle cleared and cultivated eight hundred acres of land, where he grew wheat and other essential produce. He erected a double log cabin in what is now the town of Covington. Ingle was a Revolutionary War veteran and is buried on the land he cleared and farmed, which is known as the Old Township Section.
Highland Cemetery, OH 48
Covington, OH 45318
At main entrance to Highland cemetery, NE corner of OH 48/N High Street & W Ingle Road
Latitude: 40.1285460, Longitude: -84.3548370.
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