When weather and time permit, I like nothing better than to visit cemeteries, photographing grave markers and monuments. For the past 30 years on and off, I have researched extensively in Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren Counties in Ohio, and Kenton County in Kentucky.
Permission is granted to use my photos. I am more than happy to provide them and help other researchers however I can.
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**About FLAGG SPRING CEMETERY: Working with a small team of volunteers on the records for this cemetery. New memorials, images, and updates to current memorials are being added daily.
Our thanks to the wonderful volunteers who recorded the gravestones in June 1988: Mrs. Maxine Fisher, Ms. Beverly Hafemister, Mrs. Joan I. Hughes, Mrs. Mary H. Remler, Mrs. Alma A. Smith, Mrs. Nancy L. Stern, and Mrs. Margie Thomas. This information can be found in the Hamilton County Burial Records, Volume 2, Anderson Township Cemeteries 1800-1989 by The Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, 175 pp., maps, surname index, 1990. They gave us a huge jumpstart to our project!
I am happy to transfer any listings which are not my family.
**ABOUT SPRING GROVE CEMETERY: Spring Grove is incredibly beautiful and always a joy to visit, but it is also extremely large. Second in the nation only to Arlington National Cemetery, it has over 700 acres, of which 450 are developed and in use. There are roughly a quarter of a million burials there. Many of the Lots are family Lots and have a central monument surounded by individual markers for each person.
I hope you have visited their website at springgrove.org and used their Locate a Loved One page. You can search by name or location to access the burial records. These contain a wealth of information and are definitely worth a look. Expanding your search to include everybody in the same Lot is a great way to find other family members.
Good luck and let me know if I can be of any help.
RE: Dennis Smith #7787145 Jo, I was given permission to freely use the photo of Dennis Smith's tombstone when I was researching my Smith families, to prove ny lineage to the Daughtets of the American Revolution. I think that approval would also extend to others.
Henry Emerson Hi again Jo, I was confused about which cemetery, because I have certainly been to Spring Grove hundreds of times and the Sections are marked very well. Obviously, my mistake. The good news is that I have removed the photo. Shirley