Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of an alphabetically arranged card file with name, date of death, and spouse's name for those buried in Braken County, Kentucky, cemeteries. In earlier records, name(s) of bondsmen or bondswomen are included.
Records consist of a listing of the burials for each year. This Cincinnati area cemetery was formerly known as the German Bridgetown Cemetery and the records were kept in German until 1906.
Consists of six volumes of Champaign County cemetery listings, compiled in 1955 by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The volumes are indexed.
A collection of cemetery statistics from the following Cincinnati cemeteries: New Haven, Old Baptist, Darby, Lee, Sand Run, Bevis, and Cedar Grove. Information includes name, date of death, place of death, marital status, birthplace, occupation, parents, cause of death, race, and last residence. Statistics are arranged alphabetically within each cemetery.
Records consist of a card index file with the names and information about persons buried in several small cemeteries in Clermont County, Ohio. Information usually includes date of death, birthday, next of kin, as well as the name and location of the cemetery where the individual is buried.
The collection is composed of an alphabetized index of internments, current up to its printing on May 20, 2003. The index is arranged alphabetically by last name and provides the following information: Name of Deceased, Service #, Grdn, Section, Lot, Sb, Sp, Sex, Age, Service Date, Type, and Veteran.
Lot index consists of an alphabetical listing of owners of lots in Germantown Cemetery. Information includes name, date, lot number, and amount paid.
The collection contains handwritten and typed documents of burial plots and grave records, maps, financial reports and receipts, deeds, ledgers, meeting minutes, photographs, and correspondence. The records pertain to both New Greencastle Cemetery and Old Greencastle Cemetery, which are burial grounds of some of the founders of Dayton.
Consists of six volumes of records from a Cincinnati-area cemetery.