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  1. Hill Grove Cemetery, Miamisburg Ohio Arspaugh, George 1843 1850 Arspaugh, Henry 1847 1861 Arspaugh, Jacob 1841 1861 Bamer, Jacob 1852 1914 Bamer, Mary A. 1854 1885 Barnard, Heken Infant N/D 1896 Barnard, Laurel Infant N/D 1894 Barnard, Wilbur Infant N/D 1907 Beachler, Charles E. 1859 1929 Beachler, Mary C. 1866 1953 Beachler, Mary K. 1866 1885 Bechtolt, Blanche 1878 1908 Be
  2. Montgomery County Cemeteries •Bear Creek Cemetery Miamisburg, OH •Beavertown Cemetery South Dayton, OH •Beth Abraham Cemetery South Dayton, OH •Bethel Cemetery West Milton, OH •Calvary Cemetery 1625 Calvary Avenue Dayton, OH 45409 (937) 293-1221 •Cedar Hill Cemetery Trotwood, OH •David Cemetery South Dayton, OH •Dayton National Cemetery VA Medical Center 4100 West Third Street Dayton, OH 45428-1008 (937) 262-2115 •Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery Dixie Dr at Melker Rd Dayton, OH
  3. Full title of book: History of Hancock County, Ohio: Containing a History of the County, Its Townships, Towns, Villages, Schools, Churches, Industries, Etc.; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; Biographies; History of the Northwest Territory; History of Ohio; Statistical and Miscellaneous Matter, Etc., Etc. http://books.google....epage&q&f=false This is a book which I have cited as a source for facts in my family tree since I have found many of my Findlay, OH ancestors here; to name a few: Robinson, Hoy, Wiseley, Thomas, Dipert, VanHorn, Bennett,
  4. The Local History & Genealogy Center of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library is located on the second floor of the Main Library, in Warren, Ohio. Trumbull County history and genealogical data are emphasized, but the collection includes materials on all Ohio counties as well as on the states from which many early Ohioans came. States covered include: the New England states, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, New York and New Jersey. Microfilm machines are available for use in the Local History & Genealogy Center Monday
  5. Built in 1862, the Ward Thomas House was the home of two prominent Niles industrial families. James Ward, who built the house, was a pioneer in the iron industry in the Mahoning Valley. He built puddling plants, Falcon Nail and Iron Company and the Russia mill for manufacturing steel. The second owners were John and Margaret Thomas who came to this country from Wales. The Thomas family founded the Niles Firebrick Company and later, Mahoning Valley Steel. The Thomas family occupied the house until 1969 when the property was deeded to the City of Niles. Through the efforts
  6. The Hubbard Historical Society is located at the historic McBride House. Membership into the society is open to all. The society meetings often include lectures covering local history and tours to local places of historic interest. Anyone interested in researching the history of Hubbard is welcome to arrange for a time to view and look through the Society’s collection. The collection of artifacts relates primarily to the history of Hubbard. Displays at the McBride House include: vintage clothing, some of which belonged to the McBride Family dating back to 1909; househo
  7. The Musuem is in a mansion built in 1840 by Henry Barnhisel. The house was said to be a stagecoach stop for the weary traveler and a possible stop on the Underground Railroad. At the turn of the twentieth century the house passed from the Barnhisel family to Joseph W. Smith. He patented the process of preparation of leather, which started the Ohio Leather Company. His family and heirs held the house for the next six decades. Ohio Leather, which stood opposite the house, was for many years the main employer in Girard. http://www.girardhistoricalsociety.or
  8. The Trumbull County Historical Society owns and operates the John Stark Edwards House and Museum at 303 Monroe Street, NW, in Warren. Built in 1807, it is the oldest home in Trumbull County. Several rooms in the Edwards House depict the lives of its residents at various periods, from pioneer days to the late nineteenth century. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. The Society is an all-volunteer organization whose members have an interest in the history of Trumbull County and the Connecticut Western Reserve. The Society was chartered as a
  9. “Being deeply impressed with the importance of preserving facts connected with the settlement, rise and progress, civil and ecclesiastical, of this township…” These thoughtful words from the preamble and the constitution of the Tallmadge Historical Society were penned March 24, 1858, in the Old Town Hall located at the southwest corner of the Circle and South Avenue. That was the organizational meeting of what is now the oldest historical society in the State of Ohio. The founders included a number of prominent men whose names still grace Tall
  10. This site will provide you with access to Kenmore history, including news, a calendar of upcoming events and more! Our purpose is to promote interest in Kenmore History. To collect and preserve documents, records, relics and memorabilia, in order to promote a better understanding and appreciation of our heritage. http://kenmorehistorical.org/ Like this View full record
  11. Founded in 1963, the Twinsburg Historical Society is located at 8996 Darrow Rd. in Twinsburg. The stone Museum, built in the 1860's, was originally the Twinsburg Institute and later the Grange Hall. The adjacent Freeman Barn dates from 1870. The 1850's Riley House at 9577 Liberty Rd. is owned by the City of Twinsburg but furnished and maintained by the Historical Society. http://twinsburghistoricalsociety.org/ Twinsburg Historical Society 8996 Darrow Rd. Twinsburg, OH, 44087 View full record
  12. One of the longest-running organizations in Stow, the Stow Historical Society was founded by a group of people interested in preserving the history and artifacts of Stow Township. Seven community members, including local historian Frank Green, gathered at the Town Hall November 15th, 1949 to discuss forming a historical society. The first meeting of Stow Historical Society was held January 30th, 1950 with 30 charter members. The objective of the society was “to gather and record all historical data pertaining to the development of Stow Township.” Meetings were to be held
  13. Welcome to The Historical Museum of Richfield in beautiful Summit County, Ohio! The Historical Museum of Richfield operates under the Richfield Historical Society. Thank you for visiting our website. Please be sure to visit us at the museum http://www.richfield...age/5511719.htm Planning a visit? The Historical Museum of Richfield's regular hours of operation are: Tuesday 9:00 a.m.- 12 noon Thursday By special appointment 9 a.m. to 11a.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Richfield Historical Society Mission State
  14. Norton Township became a Village in 1961 and a City in 1969. As a township, and prior to the establishment of the city of Barberton in 1892, Norton consisted of seven little hamlets: Norton Center, Loyal Oak, Western Star, Sherman, Hametown, Johnson’s Corners, and New Portage. There were few settlers until after the war of 1812. Then the New Englanders came, followed shortly by persons of German descent from Pennsylvania. Norton derived its name from Birdseye Norton, the chief landowner and a cousin of David Hudson, founder of Hudson Township. Norton was known throughou
  15. Montgomery County Funeral Homes American Cremation Service 5555 Philadelphia Drive Dayton, OH 45415 Arpp & Root Funeral Home 29 N Main Street Dayton, OH 45402 Arpp & Root Funeral Home 29 N Main Street Germantown, OH 45327 Baker Hazel & Snider Funeral Home And Crematory 5555 Philadelphia Drive Dayton, OH 45415 Bowman Funeral Chapel
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