Born: Jan. 12, 1844 Clinton County, Ohio
Died: Jul. 6, 1877 Paisley, Lake County, Florida
Jeremiah M. Brewer is buried here. He lived from 1840 to 1877, some of the history I found on him describes him serving in the Civil War as a Union Soldier. He served in the 184th and 187th infantry. The records indicate that he died in Paisley Florida which was established sometime in the late 1800's. He was born in Clinton County, OH. See the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rl1e5qUlsn4 Contributor: Florida Trailblazer (Joe Dunn)
Here is more information: Son of Jeremiah and Ann Matthews Brewer. Brother of Isaiah, Josiah, William B., and Mary Jane. This Jeremiah is listed in the 1870 Census in Greene Township, Clinton County, Ohio, Post Office: Sabina as a Druggist.
In the 1860 Census, there was a physician named J. H. Quinn living with the family in Clinton County, New Vienna which could be how Jeremiah Milton Brewer learned the trade of becoming a druggist.
Some of his family is buried in New Vienna IOOF Cemetery.
Jeremiah served in Company D, Ohio 188th Infantry Regiment during 1865 and was mustered out in Nashville, TN on September 21, 1865.
The property this grave is located on changed hands several times in the 1880's until the United States Forest Service purchased it. Prior to 1882, the land cannot be found to have been claimed by any one person. Credit: BK http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47206068