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Manchester Founders Cemetery side or marker image, Touch for more information
By J. J. Prats, June 13, 2019
Manchester Founders Cemetery side or marker
Ohio (Adams County), Manchester — 13-1 — Israel Donalson / Manchester Founders CemeteryMember of the First Constitutional Convention of Ohio / 1791-1888
Israel Donalson, member of the First Constitutional Convention of Ohio. In May 1800, Congress passed an act building the Northwest Territory, with the western division becoming Indiana Territory and the eastern called the Territory of the . . . — Map (db m136539) HM
Ohio (Adams County), West Union — 14-1 — Lafferty Funeral Collection
The William Lafferty Memorial Funeral and Carriage Collection shows the development of the funeral business since the mid-1800s through an exhibit of caskets, funeral clothing, and hearses collected and preserved by James William . . . — Map (db m135347) HM
Ohio (Allen County), Cridersville — Mary Shafer
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Ohio (Allen County), Lima — East Cemetery
Former location of East Cemetery relocated in 1996 to Greenlawn Cemetery American Township.

In 1832 John East of Pickaway County came to Allen County with his wife, Elizabeth Huffer, and family Mary, Isaac, Abraham, Elizabeth, and Samuel. He . . . — Map (db m105378) HM

Ohio (Allen County), Lima — Site Of Lima's First Cemeteryand burial place of Pvt. Elijah Stites 1758-1843
Site of Lima's First cemetery and burial place of Pvt. Elijah Stites 1758-1843 Minute Man of the Revolution who served in the Essex County Militia 1st Regiment New Jersey. — Map (db m93047) HM
Ohio (Allen County), Lima — The Henry Boose Site
In 1959 this area was discovered to be an almost four thousand year old burial ground of the Glacial Kame People-named for the distinctive gravel elevations in which their dead were buried. The area was once a farm owned by Henry Boose, an early . . . — Map (db m78679) HM
Ohio (Allen County), Spencerville, Ohio — The Town of Hartford
Do you see the little cemetery to the east, high on the west bank of the Auglaize? It's all that remains of Hartford, thriving town in the 1830's with, it was expected, a bright future, since the new Miami and Erie Canal would one day be serving it- . . . — Map (db m80158) HM
Ohio (Athens County), Nelsonville — Daniel Nelson
This tablet is erected in honor of Daniel Nelson founder of Nelsonville who donated the ground for the Fort Street Cemetery the Public Square and this lot for School and Meeting House purposes This stone was a part of the doorway . . . — Map (db m37040) HM
Ohio (Athens County), Nelsonville — Fort Street CemeteryHistorical Site
. . . — Map (db m37283) HM
Ohio (Athens County), Nelsonville — Unknown Soldier Monument
In Memorial to all Unknown Dead in all Wars Known Only to God — Map (db m37282) HM
Ohio (Auglaize County), Minster — Cholera Marker
In pious memory of all our cholera victims over 300 especially of the year 1849 Eternal rest grant unto thee O Lord Erected in 1937 — Map (db m100145) HM
Ohio (Auglaize County), Saint Johns — CatahecassaBlackhoof Memorial
Nearby sleeps Chief (Blackhoof) Catahecassa, last principle chief of the Shawnees prior to their removal to Kansas in 1832. This was Blackhoofs town where he lived and died in Sept. 1831, at the age of 109. He fought with the French against Braddock . . . — Map (db m16971) HM
Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — 8-7 — Captina African Methodist Episcopal Cemetery
This cemetery stands as evidence of a once thriving African American farming community established in the 1820s. With the aid of community leader, Alexander "Sandy" Harper (c.1804-1889), Captina, originally called Guinea, became a stop on the . . . — Map (db m79263) HM
Ohio (Belmont County), Colerain — Concord HicksiteFriends Meeting House
Colerain Township was the location of the earliest Quaker settlement and the first organized Friends Meeting in Ohio. The first meeting house was built in 1800. The log structure burned and was replaced with this brick building in 1815. The . . . — Map (db m89234) HM
Ohio (Belmont County), Colerain — Josiah Fox1763 - 1847
A Quaker, he wielded great influence in ship design during the early years of our country 1794 clerk, United States War Department 1795- 1798 assistant Navy Constructor 1798- 1801 Navy Constructor and Superintendent of Buildings, Gosport, . . . — Map (db m89226) HM
Ohio (Belmont County), Martins Ferry — Elizabeth Zane
In memory of Elizabeth Zane whose heroic deed saved Fort Henry in 1782 Erected May 30, 1928 — Map (db m28446) HM
Ohio (Belmont County), Martins Ferry — Martins Ferry Pioneers
. . . — Map (db m28447) HM
Ohio (Belmont County), Martins Ferry — 3-7 — Walnut Grove Cemetery
Side A: The Walnut Grove Cemetery is the burial place of members of the Zane and Martin families. Their graves lie within the brick enclosure. The cemetery is also the resting-place of many early Martins Ferry residents, including veterans of . . . — Map (db m28444) HM
Ohio (Brown County), Fayetteville — Vera Cruz WW II MemorialSt. Angela Merici Parish
In honor of God and in memory of the members of ths parish who served in World War II Flischel, Robert E. killed in action December 31, 1944 (38 names) — Map (db m95538) WM
Ohio (Butler County), Fairfield — Ezekiel Walker - Revolutionary War Soldier
Sergeant • Northern Continental Army Captain James Osgood’s Company of Rangers enlisted July 15, 1775 born February 22, 1745, in Rumsford, NH died July 22, 1823 in Butler Co., OH marker placed by John Reily Chapter, NSDAR and . . . — Map (db m116555) HM WM
Ohio (Butler County), Hamilton — Symmes MonumentHollow Earth Theory
- “I declare the earth is hollow and habitable within,” said John Cleves Symmes in summarizing his “Theory of Concentric Spheres and Solar Voids” to a doubting scientific world in the early 1820’s. His theory is commemorated . . . — Map (db m116622) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Hamilton — The Hollow Earth MonumentGrave of Capt. John Cleve Symmes
Capt. John Cleves Symmes as a philosopher, and the originator of ‘Symmes Theory of Concentric Spheres and Polar voids.’ He contended that the Earth is hollow and habitable within.

Capt. John C. Symmes a Native of New . . . — Map (db m116618) HM

Ohio (Butler County), Middletown — Butler County Civil War Memorial
In memory of our Soldiers and Sailors by the People of Butler Co. Statue the gift of Hon. Paul J. Sorg — Map (db m29977) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Middletown — Middletown Korean Conflict Memorial
This memorial is dedicated in memory of those men and women who served so gallantly for their country during the Korean Conflict, may this living memorial serve as a constant reminder for their struggle for freedom and to the ones who . . . — Map (db m29990) WM
Ohio (Butler County), Middletown — Middletown Veterans Memorial
Honoring all Veterans in times of peace and war [Includes an Honor Roll of] Area Veterans Who Died in the Service of Their Country Dedicated July 4, 2004 — Map (db m29991) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Middletown — Middletown World War II Memorial Chapel & Plaza
Dedicated by the grateful citizens of Middletown to the members of the armed services who gave their lives to preserve the American ideals of liberty justice and democracy World War II Memorial This plot contains a cross for . . . — Map (db m29979) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Millville — 2-9 — Bethel Chapel1815 - 1873
William Holmes McGuffey, author of the Eclectic Series of Readers, was ordained a Presbyterian minister in a log meeting house on this site in 1829. The ordination was performed by Robert Bishop, President of Miami University, and other ministers . . . — Map (db m24060) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Miltonville — 5-9 — Village of Miltonville
The village of Miltonville, located along the banks of Elk Creek, was platted in 1816 by George Bennett, Theophilus Eaglesfield, and Richard V. V. Crane. The creek served two grist mills, one built around 1804 and operated by a free black, Bambo . . . — Map (db m28776) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Oxford — 33-9 — Bunker Hill Universalist Church/Bunker Hill Cemetery
(side A) Bunker Hill Universalist Church The Bunker Hill Society was organized about 1845 and fellowshipped in 1854. A frame meeting house, capable of seating 300, was dedicated in 1855. Thirty people united with the church . . . — Map (db m107789) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Oxford — 34- 9 — Indian Creek Baptist ChurchThe Indian Creek Pioneer Burial Ground
Side A The Indian Creek Regular Baptist Church was established in 1810 as an arm of the Little Cedar Creek Church of Brookville, Indiana. The congregation purchased three acres of land for a burial ground and church and built a log structure . . . — Map (db m120291) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Oxford — 24- 9 — Stillwell’s Corners
side A A cemetery was established on the site in 1811 and became the final resting place for many of the area's early pioneer families. The Hanover Township Trustees obtained title to the land in 1823 from John and Anna Farnsworth, and it . . . — Map (db m97814) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Oxford — 23-9 — The Restoration Movement / Doty Settlement Cemetery
Side A: The Restoration Movement In the early years of the nineteenth century, a religious unrest known as the Second Great Awakening spread across much of the American frontier. Among the most influential of the evolving religious . . . — Map (db m24051) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Trenton — 18-9 — The Village of Trenton / The Elk Creek Baptist Church and Cemetery
Side A: The Village of Trenton Platted 1816. Incorporated as Village 1895. Became a city 1971 Trenton's founder, Michael Pearce, came to the area in 1801. The original village of 33 lots was named Bloomfield. When the post office was . . . — Map (db m28792) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Cable — Jacob and Martha Boggs Johnson1805- 1905 — Century Farm, from Indian Cabin —
This memorial is in memory of Jacob and Martha Boggs Johnson, and marks the spot where the Indian cabin stood Into which they moved April 1. 1805. With other pioneers they came as the Indians departed and worthily bore their part in subduing . . . — Map (db m127297) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Cable — 28-11 — Lincoln Funeral Train
President Abraham Lincoln's assassination on April 14, 1865, created a national tragedy, and the nationl mourned as his body was transported by rail from Washington, D.C. back to Springfield, Illinois, where he would be buried. As the nine-car . . . — Map (db m84946) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Mechanicsburg — 19-11 — Second Baptist Church
Side A: This site has long served the religious, education, and public interests of the residents of Mechanicsburg. A local Methodist congregation built its first church here in 1820, and the townspeople also used the structure as its . . . — Map (db m13731) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), North Lewisburg — 20- 11 — Friends Church / Friends Cemetery
Friends Church Among the earliest settlers to Rush Township were members of the Religious Society of Friends or Quakers, who emigrated from the eastern states, mostly Pennsylvania and North Carolina. At first religious services were held in . . . — Map (db m86266) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — Capt. Simon Kenton
The Grave of Capt. Simon Kenton 1755 - 1836 Revolutionary War Soldier Clark Illinois Regiment, Virginia State Troops Brigadier General of the Ohio Militia - 1812 Inscription on Gravestone: In Memory of Gen. Simon . . . — Map (db m38277) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — 3-11 — In Memory of Simon Kenton
Simon Kenton who is buried here. During the Revolutionary War he frequently served as scout under George Rogers Clark and later praised Clark for his role in saving the Kentucky settlements. Kenton's Indian captivity of 1778-79 acquainted him with . . . — Map (db m34088) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — 12- 11 — Kings Creek Baptist Church
Side A The founders of what would become the Kings Creek Baptist Church first met on June 29, 1805 in the log home of local residents James and Ann Turner. The Baptist congregation continued to meet in people's homes until 1816 when . . . — Map (db m84858) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — 31-11 — President Lincoln’s Funeral Train in Urbana
(Side A) The nine-car funeral train for President Abraham Lincoln departed Washington, D.C. on April 21, 1865. It arrived in Urbana on April 29 at 10:40p.m. Urbana’s citizens erected an arch of evergreens and flowers near the station . . . — Map (db m84960) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), West Liberty — 10-11 — Mt. Tabor Church / Mt. Tabor Cemetery
Mt. Tabor Church Side A: The first Mt. Tabor Church, a log meetinghouse, was erected on this site in 1816. It stood on land originally selected by Griffith and Martha Evans for a graveyard at the death of their daughter circa 1812. Deeds show . . . — Map (db m13769) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Woodstock — Cushman Monument
Roll of Honor of Woodstock Precinct (147 names) recorded by Warren Cushman Sculptor- 1895. Uncle George Gifford was a soldier in the 134 O.V.I. 1864 Bro. Charles Cushman The first man that offered to go to war to the . . . — Map (db m85202) WM
Ohio (Champaign County), Woodstock — 24-11 — Lincoln Funeral Train
President Abraham Lincoln's assassination on April 14, 1865, created a national tragedy, and the nation mourned as his body was transported by rail from Washington, D.C. back to Springfield, Illinois, where he would be buried. On its way the Funeral . . . — Map (db m84945) HM
Ohio (Clark County), Enon — Adena Mound Enon Ohio1200 BC - 1000 AD — National Historic Site —
This Adena Mound is the second largest conical mound in Ohio. These large conical mounds are believed to be Adena while the many small or effigy mounds are Hopewell, a later culture.

This mound is the property of the Village of Enon. . . . — Map (db m100536) HM

Ohio (Clark County), Enon — Mad River Township Civil War Memorial
In memory of the Patriots of Mad River Township who died for the Union. 1865. — Map (db m13302) HM
Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — Asa Smith Bushnell1834 - 1904

Asa Smith Bushnell, born in Rome, New York, settles in Springfield in 1850. After serving in the Civil War, Bushnell begins to work for a company partially owned by Benjamin Warder, eventually becoming a partner, now the Warder, Bushnell, and . . . — Map (db m81955) HM

Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — Asbury Methodist Church — Memories in rural Clark County, Ohio —
Site of Asbury Methodist Church 1840- 1907 — Map (db m79498) HM
Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — Clark County Revolutionary War Memorial
In memory of the men buried in Clark County who fought in the American Revolution 1775 - 1783 Lt. John Bancroft • Jacob Ellsworth William McIntire • Frederick Brown Samuel Lippincott Sr. • James Kelly Corneilus Toland • Isaac . . . — Map (db m28796) HM
Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — Eliza D. Stewart1816 - 1908

"Mother Stewart" as she is affectionately called, is the pioneering spirit behind the local and statewide temperance movement. In 1858 she lectures on and promotes temperance for the "Good Templars Society". During the Civil War she serves the . . . — Map (db m81938) HM

Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — James Leffel1806 - 1866

Springfield's "first inventor", born in Virginia, brings a genius previously unparalleled in the history of our community. His passion for the use of the abundant water supply in the area accelerates Springfield into the early beginnings of the . . . — Map (db m81932) HM

Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — Jeremiah Warder and Ann Aston Warder1780 - 1849 and 1781 - 1871

Jeremiah and his wife Ann, wealthy Quakers from Philadelphia, arrive in Springfield in 1830 to claim extensive acreage inherited from his late father’s estate. That same year, he purchases from the estate the village of Lagonda consisting of . . . — Map (db m81890) HM

Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — John Dick1834 - 1906

John Dick, born in Aryshire, Scotland and educated at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh, comes to the United States with his family in 1854 spending several years working on Long Island laying out the park system. He later moves to . . . — Map (db m81892) HM

Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — John Ludlow1810 - 1883

Affectionately called by some, “The Father of Ferncliff Cemetery”, John Ludlow is a member of an early pioneer family in Clark County, eventually becoming a well-known pharmacist. In 1851, he is elected as a director of the . . . — Map (db m81896) HM

Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — Oliver Smith Kelly1824 - 1904

O. S. Kelly grows up on a farm in Greene Township of Clark County later turning his efforts into carpentry trade. In 1852, Kelly temporarily leaves his family to seek his fortune in the California gold rush building dwellings for the miners, . . . — Map (db m82050) HM

Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — Union Soldiers Monument

[Title is text] — Map (db m81872) WM

Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — War Memorial

Dedicated to the honor and glory of all veterans of Clark County who have so nobly served their country in all its wars and who, by offering their last full measure of devotion, have purchased freedom for our beloved nation . . . — Map (db m81873) WM

Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — William Whiteley1834 - 1911

Known nationwide as the “Reaper King”, William Whiteley places Springfield on the map with his innovative improvements of Cyrus McCormack’s reaper. A born machinist with an inventive mind, Whiteley is constantly seeking ways to . . . — Map (db m82049) HM

Ohio (Clermont County), Bethel — 2-13 — Early Settlers Burial Ground
Resting here among other pioneers are: Obed Denham, native of Plainfield, New Jersey, donor of this plot, founder of Bethel in 1798, and pioneer abolitionist; Thomas Morris, antislavery leader, veteran state legislator, U.S. senator . . . — Map (db m99989) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Cincinnati — Mt. Moriah Cemetery
The Union Township Trustees operate and maintain the cemetery. It is situated on land purchased in 1800 by Withamsville founder, Maurice Witham. Interred here are some prominent pioneers and citizens - - the Witham family, Indian fighter . . . — Map (db m99695) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Felicity — Edgington Mound
This burial mound was built during the time period 1000 B.C. to 400 A.D. Because the 15 foot 9 inch mound is conical shaped, it is believed to have been built by the Adenda Culture. It is 133 feet in diameter at the base. The mound received its . . . — Map (db m99947) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Loveland — Charlie Henry RichThe Tombstone
Here lies Charlie Henry Rich who dealt “Aces and Eights” to Wild Bill Hickok in the Blackhills of Deadwood South Dakota in No. 10 Saloon August 2, 1876 — Map (db m99468) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Loveland — The Ramsey/Paxton Cemetery
Col. Thomas Paxton (1739-1813) served with General George Washington at Valley Forge in 1777 and with General Anthony Wayne at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794. This was the last major fight against the Indians before Ohio became a state in . . . — Map (db m99423) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Milford — Greenlawn Cemeterycirca 1811
Philip Gatch, 1751 – 1834, established the cemetery on his farm when his wife Elizabeth died in 1811. Originally this was a site of a Hopewell Indian mound building culture. In his will, Gatch gave his sons discretion to open the cemetery . . . — Map (db m99618) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), New Richmond — 8-13 — Mt. Zion Chapel / Mt. Zion Cemetery - Lafayette School
Mt. Zion Chapel The Mount Zion Chapel of the Christian Church was built in 1872 on this hill adjacent to the members' cemetery outside of Clermontville. The site was part of a two-acre parcel that had been secured from the farm of William R. . . . — Map (db m99887) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Williamsburg — Stepping StonePioneer Artifact at Historic Site
This is the stepping stone from Revolutionary War veteran Adam Fisher’s log cabin. After the war he and his family came to Kentucky and then about 1799 moved across the Ohio River to settle between Little Indian Creek and what is now route 743 . . . — Map (db m95614) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Williamsburg — 29 — Williamsburg Township CemeteryClermont County, Ohio Freedom Trail — National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom —
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Ohio (Clinton County), Blanchester — 2-14 — Garrison Corner Community
Side A Descendants of Lemuel Garrison Sr., a Revolutionary War soldier, were among the first Europeans to own and settle land at Garrison Corner (intersection of State Route 123 and Shawnee Trace) . Garrison Cemetery burials took place from . . . — Map (db m121044) HM WM
Ohio (Clinton County), Sabina — 4-14 — Beam Farm Mound
Built by people of the Adena or Hopewell cultures during the Early to Middle Woodland era (circa 800 B.C - 500 A.D), the Beam Farm Mound, 1200 feet northwest, has stood on the uplands overlooking Anderson Fork for two thousand years. Notable among . . . — Map (db m121070) HM
Ohio (Clinton County), Wilmington — Chester Township Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to those Veterans interred here who sacrificed so much that we might remain free (87 names on front, 88 names on back including “the Unknown Soldier”) This monument is given in memory of our Veterans past and . . . — Map (db m106400) WM
Ohio (Clinton County), Wilmington — Unknown Union SoldierSimple Marker in a Secluded Rural Cemetery
Unknown Union Soldier KIA Civil War 1861- 1865 “Here rests in honored glory an American Soldier known but to God” — Map (db m106397) WM
Ohio (Columbiana County), East Liverpool — 12-15 — Riverview Cemetery
(front) Envisioned as a rural cemetery with careful attention to landscaping design and symmetrical lots, the Riverview Cemetery was established in 1883 on forty acres of land. The chapel was a gift to Riverview from the Grand Army of the . . . — Map (db m49715) HM
Ohio (Columbiana County), Salineville — 52 — Monroeville-In A Trap — John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail —
By July 26, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan was in a race that was rapidly coming to an end. Union pursuers seemed to be everywhere as the Confederates worked their way north from Nebo (near present-day Bergholz). After passing through . . . — Map (db m111195) HM
Ohio (Coshocton County), Plainfield — 4-16 — Plainfield Cemetery
This cemetery, established in 1810, is the final resting place of many of the founders of Plainfield and Linton Township. Besides the early date of its founding, it is notable for the number of armed forces veterans interred here, who represent . . . — Map (db m15275) HM
Ohio (Coshocton County), Warsaw — Franklin J. Fischer Addition
Opened in September, 1999 This fifteen-acre addition to the Valley View Cemetery was purchased in 1998 from Robert Bailey. The addition is named for Franklin J. Fischer because of his dedication, commitment, and service to the Valley View . . . — Map (db m14727) HM
Ohio (Crawford County), Sulphur Springs — Remembering Our Veterans of Early Wars
In every war, the nation has used men from this community. This significant mound, once covered with flowers, and now flags, is dedicated to the Nations dead, which insures that no soldier is forgotten on Memorial Day. Adam Link, one of the . . . — Map (db m94790) WM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Bay Village — 26-18 — Lakeside Cemetery
Laid out in 1814, Lakeside Cemetery became the first public burying ground in Dover Township, an area that now includes Bay Village, Westlake, and the northern portion of North Olmsted. Reuben Osborn 1778-1860) arrived in Dover on October 10, . . . — Map (db m134277) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Berea — 93-18 — Adams Street Cemetery
Known as the “village Cemetery,” this was Berea’s main burial ground from 1834 to the 1880s. However, in 1886, the Cleveland Stone Co. purchased quarries adjacent to the cemetery, where Coe Lake is today. Quarrying had already . . . — Map (db m134166) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Adella Prentiss Hughes1869-1950
Sponsored Cleveland performances by the world's best musicians beginning in 1901. Founded the Musical Arts Association in 1915 and the Cleveland Orchestra in 1918. — Map (db m12109) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Benjamin Rose1828-1908
Briton, industrialist and philanthropist who came to Cleveland in 1848. Formed the Cleveland Provision Company in 1875, Cleveland's largest meat packer. Pioneered meat shipping using refrigerated cars. Built the Rose Building, E. 9th and Prospect, . . . — Map (db m12116) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Burial Place of James A. Garfield
Twentieth President of the United States. Born November 18, 1831 Died September 19, 1881. — Map (db m92892) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Carl B. Stokes1927-1996
First African American mayor of a major metropolitan area from 1967-1971 after serving in the Ohio House for six years. Elected municipal judge in 1983, appointed U.S. ambassador to the Republic of the Seychelles in 1994, first black anchor to . . . — Map (db m12108) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — 90-18 — Erie Street Cemetery
Side A In 1826, when Cleveland's first cemetery closed, Cleveland village trustees paid Leonard Case Sr. one dollar for eight acres of land and dedicated it as the Erie Street Cemetery. Built on what became prime property, the cemetery . . . — Map (db m102722) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Ernest R. Ball1878-1927
The composer of "When Irish Eyes are Smiling", "Mother Machree", "A Little Bit of Heaven" and hundreds of other songs well known today. He also wrote musical scores for Broadway shows. — Map (db m12119) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — In Memory of the Teachers and Children Who Lost Their Lives in the Collinwood School Fire
Teachers and Pupils who lost their lives in the Collinwood School Fire, March 4, 1908 Teachers: Grace Fiske, Katherine Weiler Pupils: Ila Adams, Irene Apari, Adelbert Baldwin, Luretta Baldwin, Glenn Barber, Clayton Bell, George Blurm, Floy . . . — Map (db m60759) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — In Memory of Those Whose Bodies Were Moved From Ontario Street Cemetry to Erie Street Cemetery1826
Name - Age - Date of Death - Grave* Trumble - 32 - Oct. 1813 - 1st Deming Brainard - 25 - Aug. 28, 1824 - 2nd Unknown - - - 3rd Horace Pitkin - 20 - Dec. 20, 1822 - 4th Stephen Gilbert - 34 - Apr. 19, 1808 - 5th Adolphus Spafford - 16 - . . . — Map (db m18036) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Jeptha Wade1811-1890
Financier, philanthropist, founder of the Western Union telegraph company in 1856. First president of Lake View Cemetery Association in 1869, donated land to City of Cleveland for Wade Park and co-founded the Case School of Applied Science in 1880. — Map (db m12110) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Joseph Carabelli1850-1911
Sculptor, state legislator, founder of the Lake View Granite and Monumental Works in 1879. Called the "Father of Little Italy". He helped found the Alta House. While in the Ohio House of Representatives authored the bill making Columbus Day a legal . . . — Map (db m12107) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — 97-18 — Ohio City / Monroe Street Cemetery
Ohio City was originally part of Brooklyn Township, which was founded by Richard Lord and Josiah Barber in 1818. The township population increased rapidly with the completion of the Ohio Canal in 1832. The “City of Ohio” became an . . . — Map (db m136930) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Raymond J. "Chappie" Chapman1891-1920
Cleveland Indians shortstop killed by a ball thrown by Yankee pitcher Carl Mays at the New York Polo Grounds. He is the only major league player killed by a pitched ball. Fans paid for his monument with nickles and dimes. — Map (db m12120) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Rufus Dunham(1792-1862)
Freemason, public official, Whig Party activist. Well-known as the genial proprietor of Dunham's Tavern, a popular stagecoach stop on the Buffalo Road (Euclid Avenue) midway between Doan's Corner (East 105th Street) and Public Square. The tavern, . . . — Map (db m12106) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Unknown Early Settlers
Originally buried in Cleveland's first cemetery whose remains now rest in this lot. Public reburial October 12, 1939 by Western Reserve Early Settlers Association. — Map (db m17899) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Welcome to Monroe Street CemeteryEstablished 1841
The grand Gothic Revival gateway arch that frames the entrance was constructed in 1874. The arch is virtually identical to the one constructed at the Erie Street Cemetery. These gateways were designed by the architect Joseph Ireland . . . — Map (db m136936) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — 89-18 — Woodland Cemetery
[side A] Howard Daniels, who lived from 1815-1863, was a noted architect and landscape gardener. Over the course of his life, he designed six Ohio and New York cemeteries, including Woodland that began in 1852 when he laid out 20 of its 60 . . . — Map (db m21002) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Fairview Park — Rockport Cemetery of Pioneer DaysNow Fairview Park Cemetery
[Main Marker]: Here rest early settlers of this area of old Rockport Township, soldiers of the American Revolution and of four succeeding wars. Dates of first burials have been lost to memory in their antiquity. [Top of two nearby . . . — Map (db m11548) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Middleburg Heights — 99-18 — Woodvale Union Cemetery
Woodvale Cemetery was established in the mid-1800s in Middleburgh Township, Ohio. The oldest marked grave holds Fred G. Klink (1833–1858), whose family donated a half acre of land for burials. In 1786, Frank M. Stearns (1832-1911) suggested . . . — Map (db m134157) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), North Olmsted — 8-18 — Butternut Ridge Cemetery 1835
Isaac Scales (1786-1821) settled on this site. At his death, he was buried in his back yard. A large rock marked his grave. The land was reclaimed by Charles Olmsted who deeded it to the Township in 1835 for a public burial ground. Early settlers . . . — Map (db m11546) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), North Royalton — Hampson Post No. 499 G.A.R. Civil War MemorialVeterans Memorial
In memory of The Unknown Dead Dedicated to Veterans who served lived, died for their country — Map (db m49269) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Olmsted Falls — 101-18 — Chestnut Grove Cemetery
The northward course of the west branch of Rocky River forms a boundary for this cemetery, which lies above the river valley. Old trees convey stateliness and solemnity to these seven acres, often called “Turkey Foot” because . . . — Map (db m134196) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Shaker Heights — Jacob Russell
Revolutionary Soldier Jacob Russell Born 1746 Windsor, Conn. - Died 1821 Warrensville, Ohio Enlisted May 12. Discharged October 11, 1775. 8th Company, Connecticut Continental Regiment, 1775. In 1812 he settled in the Township of . . . — Map (db m10425) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Shaker Heights — This Tablet Marks the Final Resting Place of the Shakers of the North Union Society
This tablet marks the final resting place of the Shakers of the North Union Society. Their remains were moved from the Shaker burial ground on South Park Boulevard to this cemetery in 1909. "Do all your work as though you had a thousand years to . . . — Map (db m18034) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Shaker Heights — Warrensville West CemeteryFirst Burial 1811
Final resting place of Pioneer Families Manx Settlers Veterans of Five Wars North Union Shakers Erected by the Shaker Historical Society May 30, 1959 — Map (db m18035) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Westlake — 103-18 — Leverett Johnson / Evergreen CemeteryWestlake’s First Settler /                                                        
Leverett Johnson. Born in Connecticut in 1794, Leverett Johnson came to Dover Township with his brother-in-law and sister Asahel and Rebecca Johnson Porter on October 10, 1810. In 1811 at the age of 16, he began clearing land in what is now . . . — Map (db m134230) HM
Ohio (Darke County), Brock — 7-19 — Annie Oakley
Side A Phoebe Ann Mosey, also known as Annie Oakley, was born six miles northeast of here in what was then Woodland, later renamed Willowdell. Born in 1860 she was the sixth daughter born to Jacob and Susan Mosey. After the death of her . . . — Map (db m59641) HM
Ohio (Darke County), Brock — Brock Cemetery Unknown Soldiers Memorial
Erected in Memory of Unknown Soldiers — Map (db m28798) HM
Ohio (Darke County), Brock — Darke County Chapter No. 57 D.A.V. Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to those who served and sacrificed for their country in all wars and conflicts. May 1987 — Map (db m28648) HM
Ohio (Darke County), Greeneville — Water Street CemeteryReconstruction of Fort Greeneville
(DAR logo) Water Street Cemetery burial ground for early Greeneville pioneers 1816 to 1853 placed by Fort Greeneville Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution 1972 — Map (db m93131) HM
Ohio (Darke County), New Madison — Commemorating Passage of the Lincoln Funeral Train
1809 Lincoln’s Funeral Car “United States” 1865 On its 13 day journey, carrying the body of Pres. Abraham Lincoln to Springfield, Ill. In New Madison, hundreds of mourners stood in the rain expressing reverent respect as the . . . — Map (db m107351) HM
Ohio (Darke County), Versailles — St. Denis Parish - St. Valbert CemeteryOld St. Valbert Parish
On this site in 1839, on 1 ½ aces, kindly donated by Nickolas Marchal, a log church 32 ft. x 40 ft. x 18 ft. high was built by he and his sons. It was to be called St. Valbert Parish.

It was the first Catholic Church in this area and . . . — Map (db m120363) HM

Ohio (Darke County), Yorkshire — Annie Oakley Parents' Grave
While at this site, imagine the legendary Annie Oakley “Little Sure Shot” Standing and gazing at her family’s graves Father Jacob Mosey (Moses) 1799- 1866 four of her siblings Mary Jane 1851-1867 Elizabeth . . . — Map (db m128361) HM
Ohio (Defiance County), Defiance — Graves of Soldiers
Graves of Soldiers 1794 Wars 1812 — Map (db m136759) HM WM
Ohio (Delaware County), Delaware — Delaware County: Anti-Slavery Stronghold / The Underground RailroadHistoric Underground Railroad
Delaware County: Anti-Slavery Stronghold A unique combintation of strong-principled religous communities, free black settlements, and tightly knit extended families fostered a wide-spread attitude of willful defiance that made Delaware one of . . . — Map (db m12829) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Delaware — Oak Grove Cemetery and Arboretum
In 1850, this eighty acre tract known as the Kilbourne farm was purchased for use as a cemetery. The “Old Burial Grounds,” located where Ohio Wesleyan's Selby Stadium now stands, had deteriorated and most of those remains were removed to . . . — Map (db m12851) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Lewis Center — 15-21/342 — Liberty Presbyterian Church / Nathan CarpenterAmerican Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site
(Side A:) Liberty Presbyterian Church Founded in 1810 The first religious society organized in Liberty Township was formed in 1810 by Elders Thomas Cellar, Josiah McKinnie, and Leonard Monroe. Cellar and McKinnie came to Delaware in . . . — Map (db m122231) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Orange — Kingwood Memorial Park Veterans Memorial
This torch of freedom gratefully dedicated to the veterans of all wars — Map (db m18206) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Radnor — 11-21 — Radnor Cemetery Lych Gate
Built in 1910, this lych gate was designed by local architect William Robert Powell to commemorate early settlers of Radnor who emigrated from Wales. Traditional in England and Wales, lych gates are covered gateways used to shelter coffins until . . . — Map (db m26929) HM
Ohio (Fairfield County), Lancaster — Civil War Union Soldiers Memorial1861-1865
In memory of the Union Soldiers who served in the Army from 1861-1865. — Map (db m12918) HM
Ohio (Fairfield County), Lancaster — Floral Hills All American Veterans Memorial
In Memory of All American Veterans These flagpoles are dedicated to the memory of our loved ones who served in the Armed Forces. The American Veteran - Forever a symbol of heroism, sacrifice, loyalty, and freedom [Separate . . . — Map (db m12721) HM
Ohio (Fairfield County), Lancaster — Joseph E. Beery M.D.

In memory of Father and Mother Brothers and Sisters of Joseph E. Beery M.D.

Doctor Beery organized the Mount Tabor Cemetery Association in 1945 and was its first president. His contribution and untiring effort made . . . — Map (db m137732) HM

Ohio (Fairfield County), Lancaster — Maple Grove Cemetery Veterans Memorial
In Memoriam of All Veterans — Map (db m31379) HM
Ohio (Fairfield County), Lancaster — Opal C. [nee Hatlestad] Kistler

First bride married in OSU Stadium to Keith J. Kistler Oct. 19, 2002 — Map (db m96432) HM

Ohio (Fairfield County), Pickerington — Francis H. Game Cemetery
When Ohio and the United States were mostly rural, cemeteries were often located on the family farm. For many of these cemeteries few or no records exist. Available records suggest that this small site is the Francis H. Game Cemetery established . . . — Map (db m66462) HM
Ohio (Fairfield County), Rushville — Formerly Enslaved People

In this cemetery are the remains of at least 7 enslaved people who died on their quest for freedom. While traveling on the Underground Railroad, they would have been assisted in Rushville by Dr. Simon Hyde and Rev. William . . . — Map (db m137582) HM

Ohio (Fairfield County), Rushville — Joe Selby

Fugitive slave who inspired Ben Hanby to compose the song "Darling Nellie Grey" — Map (db m137585) HM

Ohio (Fayette County), Bloomingburg — 5-24 — Bloomingburg Cemetery
The Bloomingburg Presbyterian Church and cemetery was established in the northwest corner of the current cemetery grounds on March 7, 1818. Several years later it became a center for anti-slavery activity. The Reverend William Dickey, who presided . . . — Map (db m27821) HM
Ohio (Fayette County), Washington Court House — 2-24 — Harry M . Daugherty
One of Ohio's most influential politicians in the early 20th century, Washington Court House native Harry Daugherty (1860-1941) was widely known as a "President-maker" and served instrumental roles in President Warren G. Harding's administration, . . . — Map (db m27820) HM
Ohio (Fayette County), Washington Court House — 7-24 — Old Washington Cemetery
Washington Court House was founded in 1810 by American Revolutionary War veterans from the state of Virginia. They also established Washington Cemetery in 1810 and located it in what was originally the southern part of the town. With the coming of . . . — Map (db m27828) HM
Ohio (Fayette County), Washington Court House — 6-24 — St. Colman Church and Cemetery
Irish railroad workers founded the Catholic community in Washington Court House in the 1850s, with the first Mass being held in a local shanty in 1852. In 1871, Father John B. O'Donoghue purchased three and 5/8 acres of land adjoining Washington . . . — Map (db m27834) HM
Ohio (Fayette County), Washington Court House — The Judy Memorial Chapel
Built 1905 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m27964) HM
Ohio (Fayette County), Washington Courthouse — 4-24 — Soldiers’ Row
In 1884 the Ohio General Assembly authorized “the burial of the body of any honorably discharged ex-union soldier, sailor or marine of this state who shall hereafter die without leaving means sufficient to defray funeral expenses.” . . . — Map (db m2799) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Alton — Alton Cemetery Veterans Monument
Dedicated in memory of all the brave men and women who served our country — Map (db m12479) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Canal Winchester — Franklin Hills Cemetery Veterans Section
In honor of the Gold Star Mothers and all Veterans who unselfishly served their country in time of need. Dedicated July 4, 1979 — Map (db m53866) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Canal Winchester — Veterans Memorial

Flag Flying In Memory Of

Army • Navy • Marines Air Force • Coast Guard — Map (db m96060) WM

Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — “In This Churchyard…”
(side A) In this churchyard stood the first church of the community The First Presbyterian Church built and presented to the congregation in 1811 by Lucas Sullivant Here in this plot of ground, which he gave to the . . . — Map (db m88307) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Bill Moose
The Treaty of Greeneville temporarily ended the Indian Wars and opened the west to white settlers. Kihue (aka Bill Moose), a Native American and member of the Wyandotte tribe, was born in Ohio in 1837. By 1846 all but twelve Wyandotte families . . . — Map (db m116830) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 27-25 — Camp Chase
(Side A): Camp Chase was a Civil War camp established in May 1861, on land leased by the U.S. Government. Four miles west of Columbus, the main entrance was on the National Road. Boundaries of the camp were present-day Broad Street (north), . . . — Map (db m12078) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Camp ChaseThe Historic National Road in Ohio
Camp Chase was named in honor of Salmon P. Chase, former governor of Ohio and Secretary of the Treasury in President Abraham Lincoln’s Cabinet. In July 1861, a small prison was erected at Camp Chase to handle the influx of political prisoners . . . — Map (db m135244) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery
Panel 1 Camp Chase Prison When President Abraham Lincoln called for volunteers to suppress the southern rebellion in April 1861, thousands of men rushed to Camp Jackson in Columbus, Ohio. Authorities established Camp Chase after . . . — Map (db m94551) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 109-25 — Campbell Memorial Park / The Adena Culture
[South Side of Marker]:"Campbell Memorial Park" James E. Campbell was governor of the State of Ohio from 1890-1892. From 1913-1924, he served as president of the Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society, which later became the Ohio . . . — Map (db m36726) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Forest Lawn Veterans Memorial
Dedicated November 11, 2006 to the men and women of Franklin County Ohio that served our country bravely and honorably so our freedoms endure. The sacrifices of few ensured the freedom of many. A grateful community remembers those who served in . . . — Map (db m13487) WM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 41-25 — Green Lawn Cemetery
[Marker Front]: Landscape architect Howard Daniels designed the original portion of Green Lawn Cemetery in 1848. Noted Columbus architect Frank Packard designed Green Lawn's Chapel mausoleum, the Hayden family mausoleum, and the Packard . . . — Map (db m12431) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Old Franklinton Cemetery
This ancient burial ground of Central Ohio was established in a bend of the Scioto River in 1799 and is known as "Old Franklinton Cemetery". The pioneers buried here are about one hundred in number. Seventy-one graves are marked largely by sandstone . . . — Map (db m88301) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Old Franklinton Cemetery ArchaeologyEstablished 1799
“Why lovely friend indulge that tear! Why trembling view my dark abode; Though you with me must moulder here, Yet faith can wing the soul to God” Rebecca (Culbertson) Smith Born Sept. 28, 1798 Died Feb. 7, 1828 . . . — Map (db m88313) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Our Unknown Dead1861-1865
In Memory of Our Unknown Dead — Map (db m23485) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Philo Webster and Webster Graveyard
Philologus Webster was born in Stonington, Connecticut in 1759. He was the son of Captain John and Rhonda Lewis Webster and the great great grandson of Connecticut Colony Governor John Webster. At the age of 18, Philo served in the Revolutionary . . . — Map (db m116831) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Shrum Indian Mound
. . . — Map (db m36869) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Indian Run Cemetery
Indian Run Cemetery established 1813 restored 1975- 1980 Dublin Historical Society

(names and dates of 13 persons, one Revolutionary War Veteran) City of Dublin

"What sinners value I resign Lord, 'tis enough that thou art mine I . . . — Map (db m101967) HM

Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Leatherlips
Leatherlips A chief of the Wyandot Tribe of Indians. Was executed on this spot, June 1, 1810. — Map (db m103265) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Gahanna — Mifflin Township Veterans Memorial
The trustees of Mifflin Township dedicate this rostrum to all veterans of all wars as a token of appreciation and as a living memorial. Killed in Action or Died in Service: Roy R. Coleman • John R. Gerber • Morris E. Hester • Paul C. . . . — Map (db m14448) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Galloway — 22-25 — Postle Family Cemetery1829-1870
There are 48 known members of the Postle family buried in the cemetery. Their stories are interwoven with the history of Prairie Township, Franklin County, and Ohio. In 1810, Shadrach and Anna Stacia Postle were among the first settlers of Prairie . . . — Map (db m35718) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Galloway — Sunset Cemetery Spanish-American War Memorial
In Memory of All Americans who served their country in The Spanish-American War 1898               1902 [Metal dedication marker]: Dedicated to the founders Oscar Brookins-CMH-George Kelly Walker Waddington . . . — Map (db m12529) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Grove City — 3306 Columbus StreetEst. 1853
. . . — Map (db m137708) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Grove City — Grove City Cemetery AssociationFounded 1908
Original Board - January 15, 1908 Charles N. Graul - President 23½ yrs Henry W. Voeller - President 16 yrs Otto Willert - Secretary 29 yrs Fred Kientz - President 14 yrs                         Superintendent - 30 yrs Wayne W. . . . — Map (db m12911) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Groveport — 11-25 — Groveport Log House
Built on Main Street, circa 1815, this two story log residence was later sided. In 1974 during new post office site preparation, the log structure was discovered and moved to present location along Ohio-Erie Canal route. In adjoining Groveport . . . — Map (db m12521) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Groveport — 19-25 — John Rarey and "Cruiser"
John S. Rarey (1827-1866), born in Groveport, became internationally famous for his revolutionary horse-taming methods based on his strong belief in kindness to animals. The principles of his training system were kindness, patience, and firmness. . . . — Map (db m12518) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), New Albany — 16-25 — Smith’s Burying Ground: Pioneer Cemetery(Later called the "Burnside" Cemetery)
Smith’s Burying Ground was established in 1814 when John Smith (born 1742), Revolutionary War veteran, died and was buried here. John Smith and four of his sons and their families made the six week, six-hundred-mile journey from New Jersey with ox . . . — Map (db m40277) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), New Albany — 23-25 — Wagnor CemeteryPioneer Burial Ground & Site of First School in Plain Township
Side one: In 1820, Mark Evans, John Davis, and Jacob Waggoner acquired from Daniel Triplett an 18-rod-square parcel (approximately two acres) at this location on which to build the first school in Plain Township. Education was not . . . — Map (db m40646) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Upper Arlington — Bill Moose [Crowfoot]
Last of the Wyandots. Born 1837 and whose death in 1937 marks the passing of the Indians from this territory. Engraved by Zenker Brothers — Map (db m17430) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Westerville — Blendon Central Cemetery
Here, in 1829, at the corner of Dempsey and Hempstead Roads was established a cemetery in connection with Blendon Central Church. This site was selected by the Blendon Presbyterian Assembly. Being the geographic center of the township, this served . . . — Map (db m26670) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Westerville — Blendon Township War Memorial
Dedicated to the Glory of Almighty God in memory of the men and women who by their unselfish patriotism have so gallantly advanced the American Ideals of Freedom and the Universal Brotherhood of All Mankind Dedicated this . . . — Map (db m26673) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Westerville — Edward Phelps
the son of Timothy Phelps, the son of Cornelius Phelps, the son of Timothy Phelps, the son of William Phelps, who came from Tewksbury England in 1630 and setteled at Dorchester, Mass. In 1635, setteled Widsor, Conn. [illegible] He . . . — Map (db m26674) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Westerville — Pioneer Cemetery Armed Forces Memorial
In memory of those Westerville area men and women who died while serving their country during war time. Dedicated Nov 11, 1986 — Map (db m13124) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Worthington — 54-25 — Saint John's Church of Worthington and Parts Adjacent / Church and Graveyard
Saint John's Church of Worthington and Parts Adjacent In October of 1803, members of The Scioto Company, led by James Kilbourne, came from Connecticut and founded Worthington. On February 6, 1804, the Articles of Agreement establishing St. . . . — Map (db m12650) HM
Ohio (Fulton County), Winameg — Council Oak / Col. D.W.H. HowardChief Winameg - Col, D.W.H. Howard / Pioneer of Fulton County
Council Oak Of the three things for which the site is historically important, only one survives - the famous Council Oak. Given the power of speech, the great tree could tell a stirring story of council meetings, torture of war prisoners, and . . . — Map (db m100804) HM
Ohio (Gallia County), Gallipolis — In Memoriam
Here sleep many of the French Five Hundred who founded Gallipolis in 1790 and hundreds of their descendants and others who won honors in the service of their city and country. Their names are recorded in stone and their deeds in the . . . — Map (db m30612) HM
Ohio (Gallia County), Gallipolis — 10-27 — Pine Street Colored Cemetery
Side A: This 4-acre plot, established ca. 1860 by John Gee, is a burial ground for local colored citizens. John Gee was a religious leader as well as a skilled carpenter who built houses in early Gallipolis. Some Gallipolis colored pioneers . . . — Map (db m30493) HM
Ohio (Geauga County), Burton — 14-28 — Welton Cemetery
Side A Welton Cemetery was known as Roselawn Cemetery until the early 1900s. Early settlers to the Burton area donated the land. Welton Cemetery is the burial place for veterans of the nation's wars and for several state officials. Judge . . . — Map (db m122782) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Cedarville — Cedarville Civil War MonumentThe Harper Memorial
. . . — Map (db m118382) WM
Ohio (Greene County), Cedarville — In Grateful RemembranceWilliamson Mound
In Grateful Remembrance this public state park has been created through the generosity of public- spirited citizens of Greene county who donated the land. The prehistoric Indian-mound known as the “Williamson Mound” thus will . . . — Map (db m118376) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Xenia — Stevenson Cemetery GateMassie Creek Scotch Associate Cemetery
Left Post1776   1931 James Stevenson donated the Associate Church   † three acres for church and cemetery purposes in 1804, to be known as Massie’s Creek Church lot and   † cemetery. The   Rev. . . . — Map (db m95429) HM WM
Ohio (Greene County), Xenia — Stevenson Cemetery Veterans MemorialMassie Creek Scotch Associate Cemetery
Cedar Cliff Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Dedicated Memorial Day (logo) 1975 (logo) to honor the memory of these men who served their country in the American Revolution William Bull, Sr. • William . . . — Map (db m95430) WM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — George R. Tingle1775 - 1830
Built the first tavern in Cambridge proper which acted as Guernsey County's first courthouse prior to 1813. — Map (db m18011) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Camp Dennison — 28-31 — Waldschmidt CemeteryCamp Dennison, Ohio
Waldschmidt Cemetery is located on land purchased from former New Jersey judge and Congressman John Cleves Symmes in 1795 by Christian Waldschmidt, one of the first settlers in the Little Miami River Valley. Waldschmidt, from . . . — Map (db m134918) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Cincinnati — Columbia Baptist Cemetery / ColumbiaFirst Settlement in Hamilton County
Columbia Baptist Cemetery On the higher ground at the end of this lane is Columbia Baptist Cemetery, the last resting place of many of the pioneers who came with Major Benjamin Stites and founded Columbia, November 18, 1788, the first . . . — Map (db m134948) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Cincinnati — 89-31 — Columbia Presbyterian & Fulton Cemeteries / William Brown
Columbia Presbyterian & Fulton Cemeteries The cemetery dates to 1794 and is comprised of two adjacent cemeteries: Columbia Presbyterian Cemetery and Fulton Cemetery. Another cemetery, the Fulton Mechanics Cemetery, had been in Fulton, a village . . . — Map (db m134942) HM WM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Cincinnati — 48-31 — Powhatan Beaty / Union Baptist Cemetery
(front) Powhatan Beaty Born in Richmond, Virginia. Powhatan Beaty moved to Cincinnati in 1849, where he spent the majority of his life. Beaty enlisted as a private in the Union Army in June 1863, and two days later was promoted . . . — Map (db m87543) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Cincinnati — 4-31 — The Church / The Founder
The Church Families of Salem settlement first held services in Francis McCormick's log home. When he gave land in 1817 for a church and public school, they built a log church on this site, later replacing it with a brick building. In 1863 the . . . — Map (db m19922) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), North Bend — 8- 31 — John Cleves SymmesCongress Green Cemetery — Two Subjects, One Marker —
side A Judge John Cleves Symmes of New Jersey purchased a huge tract of land "between the Miamis" (rivers) stretching from the Ohio River to the Greenville Treaty Line that became known as the Miami Purchase. Symmes helped found the . . . — Map (db m82016) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Springdale — 70-31 — Old Saint Mary Cemetery
In 1801, the Springdale Presbyterian Church acquired these two and a half acres to construct a church and cemetery. Although the church moved to a new location in 1833, the cemetery remained and continued to receive regular internments until the . . . — Map (db m133110) HM
Ohio (Hardin County), Kenton — 8-33 — Fort McArthur Cemetery
Approximately 1000 feet east of this marker lies the graves of sixteen American soldiers from Fort McArthur who gave their lives during the War of 1812. The fort, a one-half acre timber stockade containing huts, was built in the summer of 1812 to . . . — Map (db m22250) HM
Ohio (Hardin County), Kenton — Hardin County Ohio Civil War Soldier MonumentGAR and WRC
In memory of our comrades. 1861—1865 — Map (db m105027) WM
Ohio (Hardin County), Kenton — 2-33 — Jacob Parrott
In Memory of Jacob Parrott buried here. Born July 17, 1843 in Fairfield County, Ohio. Died December 22, 1908. At 18 he enlisted in Company K, 33rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment and was the youngest member of the famous Andrews Raid. The . . . — Map (db m2022) HM
Ohio (Hardin County), Kenton — Pioneer Cemetery
Deeded to Hardin County Commissioners 1835 Deeded to City of Kenton 1939 First public burial ground in Kenton — Map (db m114263) HM
Ohio (Harrison County), Cadiz — Cadiz G.A.R. Memorial
Erected by Comrades and Friends To the Union Soliders of 1861 to 1865. J.S. McReady Post No. 456 G.A.R. — Map (db m36307) HM
Ohio (Harrison County), Deersville — Tappan
Tappan was platted by John Marshall on March 4, 1837, on the main highway between Cadiz and New Philadelphia. One of the town's best-known residents was Mary Jobe Ackley, who gained international fame as an explorer, author, lecturer, and . . . — Map (db m36525) HM
Ohio (Highland County), Greenfield — Greenfield Civil War MonumentJames H. Freshour
Erected by James H. Freshour of Co. I. 81st Regt. O.V.V.I. to the memory of the Union soldiers of Greenfield and vicinity of the War of the Rebellion 1861-1865 — Map (db m122544) WM
Ohio (Highland County), Sinking Spring — Governor Charles Willing Byrd
Governor Charles Willing Byrd was the son of Colonel William Byrd of Virginia. In 1792 President John Adams appointed him secretary of the Northwest Territory and in 1802 he became acting governor of the territory. He was a delegate to the . . . — Map (db m121877) HM
Ohio (Holmes County), Calmoutier — 2-38 — Calmoutier
Side A: This area, known as Calmoutier, was an early French Catholic farming community founded in 1832 by Claude Druhot, who came from Calmoutier, Hte-Saône, France. Its first native, the four-month-old Claude Joseph Druhot, was baptized on 9 . . . — Map (db m24492) HM
Ohio (Jackson County), Jackson — 6-40 — James Cemetery / Major John James
Side A: James Cemetery Major John James (1772-1854) established James Cemetery in 1828 on and around a Native American mound that is the only significant ancient mound remaining in the city of Jackson. The mound is about 70 feet in diameter . . . — Map (db m24758) HM
Ohio (Jefferson County), Bergholz — Bergholz Cemetery Veteran's Memorial
In Memory of All Veterans Who Have Served Their Country — Map (db m37764) HM
Ohio (Knox County), Centerburg — 10-42 — General Daniel Harris Reynolds, C.S.A.
A descendent of Knox County’s earliest pioneers, Confederate Brigadier General Daniel Harris Reynolds was born just three miles west of Centerburg in 1832. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, where he became a close friend of Otho . . . — Map (db m59460) HM
Ohio (Knox County), Gambier — 8-42 — Colonel Lorin Andrews"First to Fight"
Born in Ashland County in 1819, Lorin Andrews studied at Kenyon College (1838-41) and achieved renown as an Ohio school superintendent and advocate for public elementary and secondary education. As Kenyon's president beginning in 1854, the . . . — Map (db m95128) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Amsterdam — Fairmount Cemetery Veterans Memorial
In Memory of All of Our Veterans — Map (db m13381) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Granville — 21-45 — Old Colony Burying Ground, 1805
Granville, Ohio, was settled in 1805 by the Licking Company, a group formed in Granville, Massachusetts, and Granby Connecticut, for the purpose of emigrating west. The Old Colony Burying Ground was defined on the first town plat of Granville in . . . — Map (db m757) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Hebron — Hebron Veterans Memorial
In memory of all of our veterans — Map (db m12941) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Homer — Homer Veterans Memorial
To Honor those Who served our Country in war and peace. Metal badges representing Veteran's organizations from the various wars are displayed around the marker.Map (db m12722) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Jacksontown — 3-45 — Beard-Green Cemetery in the Dawes Arboretum
Spring, 1800, Benjamin Green and family become the first legal settlers in Licking County, followed by the Stadden family; Col. John Stadden marries Elizabeth Green on Christmas Day. Spring, 1801, clearings cut for cabins on Hog Run; Johnny . . . — Map (db m13132) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Johnstown — 17-45 — Johnstown Cemetery / War Veterans
Side A: Johnstown Cemetery In 1810, Dr. Oliver Bigelow from Cayuga County, New York, purchased a 4,000-acre tract of land in Monroe Township from John Brown of Boone County, Kentucky, for the sum of $10,000. President John Adams had . . . — Map (db m16711) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Johnstown — Johnstown Cemetery Revolutionary War Soldiers
. . . — Map (db m25579) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Newark — 14-45 — John SparksTrail Blazer and Frontiersman
As a private in the infantry of the 1st United States Regiment, and during the years 1805 to 1807, John Sparks (1758-1846) acted as guide, scout, and hunter for the two expeditions of Zebulon Pike, which helped to open up largely unknown areas in . . . — Map (db m12875) HM

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