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Debra (#46836427)
 member for 9 years, 22 days
Ron Chapin
Louisa McClinton in Oquawka
I found some more information and added it to her bio.

Added by Ron Chapin on Nov 02, 2013 1:56 PM

Ron Chapin
Louisa McClinton in Oquawka
I have looked most of the day and can not find her stone ! Don't know what happened to it.
There are only 2 stones on the plot,not like a huge area to search.
Sorry,I can't fill your photo request.

Added by Ron Chapin on Nov 02, 2013 1:38 PM

Jane Weber
RE: John Hunter
Debra, It's been such a long time, although I couldn't find my original message to you, I'm glad you responded. Our group of volunteers works to reconnect those forgotten for so long in the Toledo State Hospital Cemeteries with families, and to restore the cemeteries themselves. There is a record on John at Northwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital (the new name for Toledo State Hospital). It isn't a file, but it does contain dates on his hospital stay, cause of death, psych diagnosis, etc. I can't release the info, because I'm now a retiree, and you need to show your relationship to medical records(a written family tree showing your tie is adequate). They will then send you a copy of what they have. If you're interested, contact NOPH at 419-381-1881, ex 4718 or ask for medical records. I would very much like to include you in our list of familes. Will have to check on how to communicate with you outside of this public forum. Glad you finally got the message! Jane

Added by Jane Weber on Mar 26, 2013 5:35 PM

Harriet Creswell
Samuel McClinton
Debra, I know that Samuel McClinton's gravestone is a field stone with some writing. It is listed in a cemetery directory written in 1978. The last time I was at Cedar Springs, I could not find it to take a picture. Next time I am there, I will look some more for it. Harriet

Added by Harriet Creswell on Mar 25, 2013 4:29 PM

Jane Weber
John Hunter
Debra, I am a member of the Toledo State Hospital Cemetery Reclamation Project, and have knowledge of John Hunter and his burial site. I'm assuming you are related, and would love to talk with you. Please contact me to discuss further.


Added by Jane Weber on Feb 01, 2012 7:52 AM

L. E. Fuahs
Woodlawn Tombstones
I have just posted the Hunter and McCreary tombstones. Here word for word from the Woodlawn inscription pages is the preface to these two and 17 more whose tombstones are in section H: "SECTION H: These stones were moved from the KUHL/SCHEIDT/FOX/CEMETERY in Liberty Township, originally located on what was known as the Scheidt Farm, to the section east of and across the drive from SECTIONS 6 & 7. They are read north to south." All the stones sit in 3 rows. The distance between the rows is about 4 feet which would suggest that the remains are someplace else. I hope that this is of some interest to you.

Added by L. E. Fuahs on Oct 01, 2010 3:41 PM


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