This is the tombstone of Mary LaRue Stroh, located in row 9 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed:
M.F. & K.M. STROH
Mary LaRue Stroh was born at Otis Hospital, Celina, Mercer County, Ohio, on 26 October 1937, the daughter of Milbert Frederick and Koneta Maria (Fisher) Stroh. Mary’s paternal grandparents were John and Lena (Rehn) Stroh, from Auglaize County, Ohio. Her maternal grandparents were John Adam and Minnie Christina (Koch) Fisher, from Liberty Township, Mercer County.
Mary Stroh was baptized by Zion Chatt’s Rev. Carl Yahl on 9 November 1937. Her maternal grandparents served as her sponsors.
Mary died of an abdominal obstruction on 10 November 1937 in Liberty Township, Mercer County. She was only 15 days old and was survived by her parents and grandparents. Mary was buried on the 12th. Ketcham Brothers and S. S. Egger were in charge of the arrangements. Minnie Fisher was the informant for the information on Mary’s death certificate. 
Mary’s parents as well as her maternal grandparents are also buried in Zion Chatt’s cemetery.
 “Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953,” database with images, FamilySearch.org, Mary Larue Stroh, 10 Nov 1937; Liberty Twp, Mercer, Ohio, file no. 70755; FHL microfilm 2023540.