1 edition of Hancock County, Ohio cemetery inscriptions found in the catalog.
Hancock County, Ohio cemetery inscriptions
|Contributions||Ohio Genealogical Society. Hancock County Chapter.|
|LC Classifications||F499.B45 H36 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||92211485|
1. In , the Seneca County Genealogical Society published a compiled transcription of the cemeteries of Seneca County, Ohio. The book is entitled, Seneca County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions/Compiled by The Seneca County Genealogical Society. According to World Cat, the book currently resides in at least 27 libraries across the US. OHIO REVISED CODE – Selected Cemetery Law Veteran’s Headstones (A) No trustee, association, corporation, or person in control of any cemetery or a public graveyard in this state shall make a rule or bylaw prohibiting the erection of headstones furnished or approved by the United States government.
"Each list of graves was extracted from the Seneca County Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions (Tiffin, OH: Seneca County Genealogical Society, ) with the permission of the Society, granted at their meeting on April 3, This usually included . Welcome to Hancock County, Ohio Genealogy and History A Part of the Genealogy Trails Group ; Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy. Our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data and .
There is a lot of additional, and very interesting, info about the graveyards in the book. It is not just copies of the headstone inscriptions. Plus they provide great tips on where to look for more info. Thanks David and Jane McBride for all your work providing valuable info for Ohio genealogists!5/5(1). Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Published by the Huron County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society SURNAMES INDEX [USGenWeb Archives] The Surnames Index is a complete A to Z listing of all surnames in the book, as posted in the USGenWeb Archives, 14 October digital photos of tombstones in any Huron County cemetery.
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Hancock County, Ohio cemetery inscriptions. [Ohio Genealogical Society. Hancock County Chapter.] Washington Township, volume 3, book Fostoria Fountain Cemetery --[v. 13]. Marion Township: Alspach Cemetery, Bright Cemetery, Davis Cemetery, Elm Grove Cemetery.
Graham Cemetery Find a Grave. Hancock County, Ohio cemetery inscriptions Family History Library Hancock County, Ohio cemetery inscriptions: Delaware Ohio cemetery inscriptions book Adams Cemetery, Burson Cemetery, Castor Cemetery, Earlywine Cemetery, Johnson Cemetry, and Mt.
Blanchard Cemetery. WorldCat Hartman Cemetery Find a Grave. Get this from a library. Hancock County, Ohio cemetery inscriptions: Pleasant Township. [Ohio Genealogical Society. Hancock County Chapter.;].
The World’s largest gravesite collection. Contribute, create and discover gravesites from all over the world. Cemeteries in Hancock County, Ohio, a Find A Grave. Hancock County, Ohio, cemetery inscriptions Published by Hancock County Chapter, OGS in Findlay, Ohio (P.O.
BoxFindlay ). Search and browse Hancock County, Ohio cemetery records and tombstone inscriptions for Ohio genealogy research, compiled by Hancock County Genealogical Volunteers. Broadway Findlay, Ohio Back to top. If a cemetery is not listed, we do not have any information available.
To submit a cemetery, please fill out the Ohio Cemetery Registration Form. Ohio Tombstone Transcription Project Manager is Maggie Stewart. Ohio cemetery inscriptions book Tombstone Photos Project Manager is Robert M.
Sizelove, Sr. Ruth Dicembrino is offering lookups from the following books of information relating to Hancock County, as follows. Index to Maple grove Cemetery, Findlay Ohio, Hancock County, Vol 1 ; Index to Brown's History of Hancock County, Ohio; Historical Atlas of Hancock Co., Ohio, Indexed, this book has plat maps with owners listed.
Hancock County, Ohio Cemeteries: A listing of all the Cemeteries in Hancock County, OH with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function. Hancock County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. CAC OG FH3 H35 Index to Brown's History of Hancock County, Ohio.
pOG ; Hancock County, Ohio, Wills and Estates Index, CAC OG FH3 H33; Index to Hancock County Wills from Probate Court, CAC OG FH3 I43; Index to Naturalization Papers Found in Hancock County Court. Cemetery inscriptions, Stark County, Ohio Item Preview remove-circle They were made as straight as possible during the cropping.
The pages were faded in some parts of the book. The map in the front was close to the binding which made cropping difficult.
The text was also close to the binding. Addeddate. Hancock County, Ohio, Census,(on loan from Karen Sunderman) Hancock County, Ohio, Cemetery Inscriptions, Bechtel and Rader Cemetery, Allen Township (on loan from Karen Sunderman) Hancock Co.
Platt Book – Putnam, Henry, Lucas. et al. Hancock Co., Ohio Ancestral Charts and Surname List. The Ohio Cemetery Database The original data set for this database was created by electronically scanning Ohio Cemeteries (compiled by the Ohio Genealogical Society, Maxine Hartmann Smith, editor, ) and Ohio Cemeteries Addendum (compiled by the Ohio Genealogical Society, Teresa L.
Klaiber, editor, ). Hancock County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society, Findlay, Ohio. likes 52 talking about this. The Society is dedicated to the preservation of 5/5. "Twentieth Century History of Findlay and Hancock County, Ohio and Representative Citizens." J.
Kimmell, Richmond-Arnold Publishing Company, County, city and town histories and family biographies. GLF. Highland Co. See also under the Wright surname. "Cemetery Inscriptions of Highland County, Ohio." by David and Jane McBride.
There are 4 Cemeteries in Hancock County, Ohio, serving a population of 75, people in an area of square is 1 Cemetery people, and 1 Cemetery per square miles.
In Ohio, Hancock County is ranked 73rd of 88 counties in Cemeteries per capita, and 66th of 88 counties in Cemeteries per square mile. Jenera, Ohio Cemetery (3) M: Maple Grove Cemetery (33), McComb Union Cemetery (46) O: Old Centerville Cemetery Washington Twp. Cemetery (7) P: Powell Cemetery (20) S: St.
Michael's Catholic Cemetery (7), St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery Cemetery (3), St. Wendelin Catholic Cemetery (14) T: Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Jenera Cemetery (16) U. Fountain Cemetery encompasses nearly 38 acres between Summit and Van Buren streets in Fostoria, OH. While the City of Fostoria itself spans three counties (Hancock, Seneca and Wood) in Northwest Ohio, Fountain Cemetery lies entirely within Hancock County.
The cemetery was established as “Fostoria Cemetery” in when the first graves were. Montgomery County OH Cemetery Records. USA (1,) > Ohio (49,) > Montgomery County (1,) > Montgomery County Cemetery Records (). USA (1,) > Ohio (49,) > Ohio Cemetery Records (16,) > Montgomery County Cemetery Records ().
Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found. Ohio Death Records Indexes and Online Death Certificates. Ohio Death Index, and at Ancestry (requires payment) has over million names; is missing. Ancestry also has: Ohio Birth Index, (requires payment) Ohio Wills and Probate Records, at Ancestry (requires payment) coverage varies by county.
Ohio Death .Cemetery List. Below is a list of all the cemeteries and graveyards in Hancock County, as known to us. Click on an individual cemetery name to go to that cemetery's page.
You will find directions, pictures for some, and - if indexed - an inventory of people buried there.This volume comprises all the cemetery records originally published in the fifteen volumes of The "Old Northwest" Genealogical Quarterly between and It consists principally of tombstone inscriptions from cemeteries in the following counties in northeastern and central Ohio: Athens, Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin (including the city of Columbus), Geauga, Guernsey.