Thanking Cheryl A. Enyart of the Gallia County Historical Society for taking the three photographs below.
Two photographs are from the sign honoring the memory of those buried in Potters Field at Mound Hill Cemetery.
The other photograph is a view of the Potters Field area where Cheryl said about 10 flat gravemarkers are seen that identify burials.
I have a possible connection to the Mound Hill Cemetery through my grand-aunt, Cora Lombard Millington, who was an older sister of my grandmother, Essie Lillian Lombard Limes.
Cora died at the Ohio Hospital for Epileptics on March 23, 1902.
Another link for history of the OHE is HERE
The story in our family is that no one went down to claim Cora's body.
Per "Find A Grave":
(The photograph on the left was taken at a later date than the one on the right.)
Photograph on the left:
Seated: Benjamin Lombard
Little boy standing in the front: Harry Lombard
Girl seated right: Cora Lombard
Girl standing left: Essie Lillian Lombard
Girl standing in the middle: Margaret "Maggie" Lombard
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Photograph on the right:
Girl standing far left: Essie Lillian Lombard
Small boy held by Essie: Harry Lombard
Seated in the center: Cora Lombard
Boy standing far right: Benjamin Lombard
Little girl standing far right: Margaret "Maggie" Lombard