"George Poore and Descendants 1723-1810" by Mary Poor Hoffer, gives only a little info on burials for the family.Page 48, "Hugh died in Bloomfield Twp the 25th of Sep, 1829,m and was buried in a cemetery in Bloomfield Twp, Jackson Co, OH, probably on hiw own farm."She gives her source as from letter written in 1931 by Claude J. Poor to his cousin,m Ella Hayden."He (Wm Poor) to us (Seward & Claude) on top of a high hill where our gr grdfthr, Judge Hugh Poor, was buried....His grave is marked by two slabs of stone, one at the foot, and the other at the head.His are the only one standing.The other graves, a dozen or more are all sunk and the markers down....There is no fence around the burial plot and horses and cattle pasture all around the graves."
Pg 50, Mary states, Martha died 8 Aug 1857 in Jay Co, IN where 3 of her children lived.She was buried in the Bloomfield Cemetery, Jay Co, IN.I checked, yes there is a Bloomfield in Jay Co, IN, too.
The only one she gives info as being buried in a cemetery in Jackson Co, OH, is son of Hugh and Martha, George Poor, b 18 Dec 1802, d 11 Jun 1875 and buried in Winchester Cemetery, Bloomfield Twp.A beautiful large tombstone marks his grave.And, Mary saw this tombstone.
I haven't visited the Jackson Co, OH GenWeb site for a long time.Some GenWeb counties are putting their cemeteries online.There is a 2 volume published set of cemeteries for Jackson Co, OH.You might post a query, and see if anyone would check the index for the names you want.
According to Mary's book, several of the children of Hugh and Martha went to IN.I descend from Hugh and Martha's dau Sarah Poor, who married Christopher Hanna, and they went on to Tama Co, Iowa.
I don't know about Quaker connection, but county in NC would probably be Stokes.Martha's father, Frederick Hutchins is back and forth across state line, VA & NC, and was in Stokes Co, NC.In Mary's book she gives sources for most all her information, and seems to have checked it out.Where there is a discrepency she tells about both.In 1810 there is a George Poor in Stokes Co, NC and one in Gallia Co, OH.George died in 1810 or 1811, in what is now Gallia Co, OH, and is also buried with a large headstone in the Winchester Cemetery, according to Helen Poor Hall, who shared some of her material with Mary.Mary visited the cemetery in 1964 and it was in bad shape.One headstone for a George Poor was for one b in 1802, not the George who was father to Hugh.A farmer told Mary there were some old headstones along the back fence, but Mary found several face down and she couldn't lift them.Maybe someone has come along since 1964, and cleaned up that old cemetery, and righted those old headstones.If you get to visit the Winchester Cemetery, let us know about the condition, and what you find.
If there is anything else I can check in the book for you, let me know.It's just a thin, soft bound book, but seems to be pretty accurate.Mary did her work to enter DAR, so probably needed to be accurate.