Remarkable Ohio


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7-50 Lot 17, Friends Burying Grounds

Side A: On this site are re-interred 118 exhumed remains from Lot 17, Friends Burying Grounds, adjacent to Damascus Friends Church on Walnut Street. Among those re-interred here are: Catlit Jones, a scout with Quaker Daniel Boone in Kentucky, a captain in the Revolutionary War, and a recorded Friends minister; and Samuel Coppock Jr., father of Edwin Coppock, who was hanged in 1859 for his part in abolitionist John Brown’s raid on the United States Arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia. The exhumation (2001-2002) was directed by Prof. Dr. John White of Youngstown State University, assisted by staff, students, and volunteers.
Side B: Same
Sponsors: Lot 17, Friends Burying Grounds Committee, Damascus Friends Church, and The Ohio Historical Society
Address: Damascus Cemetery, Valley Road, 
Salem but located in Damascus, 
Latitude: 40.9000440
Longitude: -80.9520380