Hi Dawn.... I drove through Sugar Grove cemetery this morning, as I feared, section 5 was quite large, and I didn't even spot the marker for section 4, if I get a chance to check the cemetery book again, and it has any detailed maps, then I might be able to get some photos.As far as I know, there isn't a cemetery office that's open anytime I'm actually down in Wilmington.
Here's the MCFARLAND information from the book, all on page 774.
McFarland, delia, last residence Wilmington, Ohio, died 10/12/1878, age 28 years, buried 10/14/1878, sec 4 lot 130, kin Leyman (sp) McFarland, cemetery Sugar Grove, Union township
McFarland, Elizabeth, last residence Norwood, Ohio, born 8/26/1852 Stone Lick Clermont Co, Ohio, died 9/13/1928, buried 9/15/1928, sec 4 lot 130, cause of death Arthritis, kin Lyman McFarland, funeral home Gurney C. Wright, cemetery Sugar Grove, Union township
McFarland, Frank, last residence Clinton Co, Ohio, born Wilmington, Ohio, died 1/17/1880, age 18 months, buried 1/18/1880, sec 4 lot 130, kin Lyman McFarland, cemetery Sugar Grove, Union township
McFarland, Lyman, last residence Norwood, Ohio, born 2/21/1849, Clermont Co, Ohio, died 3/10/1933, buried 3/13/1933, sec 4 lot 130, cause of death pneumonia, son-in-law G.C. Wright, Sugar Grove cemetery, Union township
*That G.C. Wright citation for Lyman throws me.... I guess it means that G.C. is the funeral home as it does in the entry for Elizabeth, but it almost looks like it's saying that Lyman is his son-in-law or the other way around.Irritating since I saw Gurney C. Wright's stone in section 6 today, but didn't take a picture or notice the dates, because I thought he was just the undertaker.
Steve Koons, Dayton, Ohio