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MFM-105

Bridgetown Cemetery Association Records
1875-1932, 1 reel

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.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-107

St. John's Catholic Cemetery Records
1860-1980, 8 reels

Consists of alphabetical records of the Cincinnati Catholic Cemetery Society of St. John's Cemetery. Statistics include name, age, date of death, place of death, date of interment, home parish, last residence, and marital status.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-108

St. Mary's and St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery Records
ca. 1850-1980, 48 reels

Consists of alphabetical records of the Cincinnati Catholic Cemetery Society for St. Mary's and St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery. Statistics include name, age, date of death, date of interment, home parish, last residence, and marital status.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-113

Cincinnati Cemetery Statistics Collection Records
ca. 1870-1985, 2 reels

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.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-114

Braken County, Kentucky, Cemetery Statistics Records
ca. 1800-1950, 1 reel

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.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-115

Springdale Cemetery Statistics Records
ca. 1775-1940 1 reel

Records consist of a name card index file of those buried in Springdale Cemetery, Hamilton County, Ohio. The information provided is erratic and includes name and date of death, age at death, birth date, occupation, place of birth, and parent's names.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-118

Clermont County Cemetery Statistics Records
1830-1950, 1 reel

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.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-119

Evergreen Cemetery Records
1860-1957, 20 reels

The bulk of the records consist of volumes of cemetery statistics. These books list name, date of birth, date of death, birthplace, date of interment, cause of death, and parent's names for individuals buried in Evergreen Cemetery. The books are arranged chronologically, by date of interment, and are not indexed. Also included in this collection are Grave Plat Books, Single Grave Section Books (listing mostly children and infants), Soldier and Sailor Books, and Family Plot Books which lists the name and date of death of persons buried in group plots. Evergreen Cemetery is located in Southgate, Kentucky.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-32

Champaign County Cemeteries Records, 1955
1955, 1 reel

Consists of six volumes of Champaign County cemetery listings, compiled in 1955 by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The volumes are indexed.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-39

Vine Street Hill Cemetery Records
1860-1940, 3 reels

Consists of ten volumes of records listing burials in a Cincinnati-area cemetery.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-40

Mt. Washington Cemetery Records
1855-1957, 1 reel

Consists of six volumes of records from a Cincinnati-area cemetery.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-44

St. Joseph New Cemetery Association Records
1868-1947, 4 reels

Consists of fourteen volumes of the records of a Cincinnati-area cemetery.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-46

St. John's Catholic Cemetery Records
1849-1899, 1 reel

Contains seven volumes of cemetery records, written in German, from this Cincinnati-area Catholic Church.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-47

St. John's Cemetery Association Records
1865-1938, 1 reel

The records for this Cincinnati cemetery association consist of three volumes written in German.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-48

Heritage United Methodist Church Records
1833-1919, 1 reel

Included in the records of this Cincinnati church is a listing of burials in the church cemetery and one volume of church membership lists.

Subject Area(s): Religion, Cemeteries

MFM-76

St. Joseph Cemetery Association Records
1845-1917, 1 reel

Contains three volumes of cemetery records which are written in German until 1912. The association is located in Cincinnati.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-77

St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery Records
1877-1907, 1 reel

Consists of two volumes of a Cincinnati cemetery. Records are in German until 1904.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-81

Walnut Hills Cemetery Records
ca.1860-1930, 1 reel

Consists of an index and register for a Cincinnati-area cemetery. Early listings are in German.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-86

Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Cemetery Records
1800-1987, 1 reel

Consists of one volume of burial records from this Cincinnati cemetery.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MFM-95

Germantown Cemetery Lot Index
ca.1840-1960, 1 reel

Lot index consists of an alphabetical listing of owners of lots in Germantown Cemetery. Information includes name, date, lot number, and amount paid.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries

MS-366

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Greencastle Cemetery / Harrison Township Cemetery Association Records
1868-2005 (bulk 1940-1989), 6 lin. ft.

The collection contains hand-written and typed documents of burial plots and grave records, maps, financial reports and receipts, deeds, ledgers, meeting minutes, photographs, and correspondence. The records are about the New and Old Greencastle Cemeteries, which are burial grounds of some of the founding members of Dayton.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Cemeteries

MS-393

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Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery & Mausoleum Collection
2003, .5 lin. ft.

The Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery & Mausoleum has offered services since 1923 and is located in Montgomery County, Ohio, on 8135 North Dixie Drive. The collection is composed of an alphabetized index of internments up until the index list was printed out 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. The cemetery is divided into several sections including: traditional burial grounds, in ground cremation, veterans section, Columbaria, Mausoleum Crypts, and an infant section. Notable internments include: U.S. Congressmen Walter Hugh Albaugh and Harry Nelson Routzohn, race car drivers Charles Engle, William “Bill Mackey” Gretsinger, and Edward Lewber, Actress Agnes Moorehead, test pilot Howard M. Rinehart, and Medal of Honor Recipient Joe Calvin Paul.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries, Civic Organizations

MS-414

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Woodland Cemetery Collection
1841-2010, 114 lin. ft.

The Woodland Cemetery Collection contains materials relating to the organization and business ventures of the Woodland Cemetery Association. Materials such as organization histories, rules and regulations, meeting minutes, financial records, and correspondence provide a history of the organization while documents such as interment and cremation records provide insight into the function that the cemetery plays in Dayton, Ohio. In addition to these written documents, there are numerous visual documents such as photographs, negatives, and slides that illustrate Woodland Cemetery.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries, Family and Personal Papers, Civic Organizations

SC-1

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Rockafield Family Papers
1863-1973, 1 folder

Reports and correspondence showing the history of ownership of Wright State University land during the 1800s, a listing of families buried in Rockafield Cemetery, and correspondence from the Rockafield's during their service in the Civil War.

Subject Area(s): Family and Personal Papers, Civil War, Wright State University, Cemeteries

SC-139

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Wright Family Funerals, a Narrative
2002, 1 folder

Narrative and commentary on the Wright Family funerals, written and donated by Chip Boyer, whose family owned Boyer Mortuary and handled the funerals of Wilbur, Milton, Katharine, and Orville Wright.

Subject Area(s): Wright Brothers Collections, Aviation, Family and Personal Papers, Cemeteries

3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Dayton, Ohio 45435. Phone: 937.775.2525