There are 36 cemeteries and over 100 Yoho's listed below. Jacob Yoho (1765-1851) son of Johannes and Susanna Yoho is buried in the Yoho Cemetery. Peter Yoho Jr. (1787-1861) son of Jacob's brother Peter is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery.

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Baxters Ridge Cemetery, Carroll County

Buchanan Presbyterian Church Cemetery Monroe County

Buffalo Cemetery, Buffalo, Guernsey County

Burbank Cemetery, Burbank, Wayne County

Canal Fulton Cemetery, Canal Fulton, Stark County

Carlisle Methodist Cemetery, Carlisle, Noble County

Clayton Hoover Memorial Cemetery, Wayne County

Cumberland Cemetery, Guernsey County

East Lawn Memorial Park, Reno, Washington County

Goodyear Cemetery, East Akron Ohio


Greenlawn Cemetery, West Mansfield, Logan County

Greenlawn Cemetery, Lowell, Washington County

Greenwood Cemetery, Mogadore, Summit County

Greenwood Cemetery, Byesville, Guernsey County

Headley Ridge Cemetery, Monroe County

Henry Warstler Cemetery, Stark County

High Ridge Cemetery, Belmont County

Macksburg Cemetery, Washington County

Memorial Park Cemetery, Zanesville, Muskingum County


Miami Valley Memorial Gardens, Springboro, Warren County

Mount Ephram Cemetery, Noble County

Mount Hermon Cemetery, Kimbolton, Guernsey County

Mount Tabor Cemetery, Noble County

Northwood Cemetery, Cambridge, Guernsey County

Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield, Monroe County

Oakwood Cemetery, Cuyahoga Falls, Summit County

Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery Medina County

Pioneer Cemetery, Woodsfield, Monroe County


Ragans Chapel Cemetery, Hoskinsville, Noble County

Senecaville Cemetery, Senecaville, Guernsey County

Sherwood Memorial Gardens, Wooster, Wayne County

South Fork Cemetery, Perry County

Union Cemetery, Columbus, Franklin County

Union Cemetery, Cadiz, Harrison County

Union Cemetery, Louisville, Stark County

Woodlawn Cemetery, Wadsworth, Medina County

Yoho Cemetery, Kennonsburg, Noble County

This cemetery contains Jacob, one of the sons of Johannes Yoho (Joho) the original immigrant.