Grave of Sarah Miller

From the Cemetery Records compiled by the Lost River Chapter DAR

Orangeville Township Section 19, T2N R1W. Abandoned.

The following is a transcript of data recorded by the Lost River Chapter of the DAR in the 1940's and remains their property.  This page may be freely copied for your personal use but may not be reproduced in any public media without permission

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 On a steep slope, north of the Faucett Tavern site, is a lone grave, marked by a heavy stone slab, with crudely cut inscription, which marks the grave of Michael Miller's wife. He once owned the land and taught a school here in 1823. Later George Faucett came from North Carolina, acquired the land and maintained a tavern where the stage coach horses were changed, this being an old spur of the New Albany-Vincennes stage road. Inscription is viz: Here lays the body of Sary Miller. Departed this life on Thursday, August 10 in the fort-first year of her age. Died 1826.. 40 y and 5d.