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DBardes
This 1910 document pictured, Deed, was certified by Bob Ritter, c2005 for DBardes in my effort to prove the ownership of Hedges Cemetery at Dunlap Station. It is on the 1912 microfiche cartridge,Deed Book 1065, page 63, at Hamilton County Recorder's office, downtown Cincinnati. Importantly, notice the already agreed upon terms and conditions executed via an Agreement as set forth here, which conditions include the Maintenance and Preservation and the use forever as a cemetery. This Agreement is separate from this one page Deed pictured here. It may be on the Commissioners Minutes, 1910, available only on microfiche in their office, but my copies of said Agreement from 2005 are oddly missing in my paper files, so a copy is needed asap; currently, Feb 2013, their microfiche reader damages any fiche used, and printer jams prevail. The Agreement must precede Martin Pinney's 1910 Petition.Martin was the son of Elizabeth Johnson Pinney and Sidney A Pinney, and so a direct descendant of Elias Hedges via his maternal line [see findagrave links]. See descendant, Martin Pinney's Petition to Commissioners, namely Charles Cooper, William J. Tanner & Stanley Struble, 9 Sept 1910. This fiche is captioned: Commissioner's Minute Book, #45 (book number forty-five); Aug 12, 1910 thru Feb 24, 1911; Pages: 99 thru 112; Jacket: 8 of 44 (jacket number is eight of forty four jackets). But the Petition referenced here is again, not the same document as the Agreement which item is needed. I believe the Agreement was also 1910, but it should not be earlier than 1904.

Added by: DBardes
2/19/2013

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