Lunch and a Cemetery–Fryburg Cemetery

Had leftover black bean soup and Coke Zero for lunch before I left.  The day was beautiful, so I turned off the radio and enjoyed the ride.  Fryburg cemetery is on the corner of 241 and 201.  You can see it from 241, but it is on a hill, so you may miss it if you are not looking for it.  Look for the flashing caution light.

The coordinates are

40.613934, -81.825673

Fryburg is a cute, medium sized cemetery that was established in 1842.  There are some beautiful, old stones here.  See more of them on Flickr.

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4 Responses to Lunch and a Cemetery–Fryburg Cemetery

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  2. Mary Ann Gill says:

    I just visited the Fryburg Cemetery today with by brother, cousin and his wife.
    We were able to find two gravestones of my grandfather’s sisters.
    One was a Snyder and the other a Wyler. We were so pleased to find them.
    Thanks for what you do.
    It was a beautiful day and we enjoyed looking at places that were important to our family and it’s ancestry.

    Mary Ann Gill

    • scorl says:

      Hello, Mary Ann.

      I’m so happy that you were able to find your ancestors’ graves. Thank you for the kind words.

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