Two Civil War veterans receive long overdue grave markers at the Butcher (AKA Walnut Grove) Cemetery in North Lewisburg, Champaign County, Ohio

The Butcher Cemetery, originally named the Walnut Grove Cemetery, located in North Lewisburg, Champaign County, Ohio lists 100 memorials for it on the website “Find A Grave.”

Of those seven known veterans, five have had government markers at their gravesites.:  

his grave marker has almost now sunken out of sight

his grave marker is lying on the ground

 

Below are the new markers at the Butcher Cemetery!

Born:  October 4, 1837

Died:  December 1, 1865

Served in Co. “I” 30th Indiana Infantry

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Census Records below

 

Commissary Sergeant William H. Wagstaff

Born:  November 27, 1828

Died: May 6, 1904

 

Left flat marker:

 Commissary Sargeant William H. Wagstaff’s marker

Right flat marker:
Captain James M. S. Butcher

Large black monument

and his wife Nancy Brock Butcher