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William Snider (#47909960)
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Jason Walker
RE: John Ulin
If you have info or questions about a specific memorial, please send it using the EDIT tab on the top of their memorial page. Doing so provides a direct link to the person that you are inquiring about. Thanks.

Added by Jason Walker on Nov 24, 2015 9:29 PM


I might have the answer to why the sexton didn't know of Soloman.
I have found out from several groundskeepers at other cems that sometimes someone is in a graveplot that was bought by another person. IE: My son in law in same plot as I but not on list as he did not purchase the graveplot. It is not a requirement(sorry wish it was) that a cemetery list ALL people buried whether they bought the plot or not.

Added by gennie on Nov 19, 2014 6:23 PM

Mercer Cemetery
Not 100% sure where it is, although nothing in Trenton is all that far from me. The next few weeks for me are absolutely insane schedule wise, but I could look into it more after the holidays. In the meantime, have you seen this?

Added by ksimmer on Nov 17, 2014 7:28 PM

RE: Rev. George Beirnes
Unfortunately, I have not been keeping a record of the location of the gravesite (I will in future). So sorry I cannot be of more assistance.

Lisa Kelly

Added by LMK on Nov 16, 2014 4:36 PM

Dennis Tucker
Solomon Sharp
Sorry to butt in but I saw your message to Russ as I was leaving one for him. I'm sitting here with cemetery transcriptions in hand and see a Rev Solomon Sharp was buried in Lot 129 of Odd Fellow's Cemetery in Smyrna along with wife Jamima and Dr Solomon Sharp, Jr.

If this is your Solomon, they are near Simmons at Lot 120, Moffett at 120, Tribbitt at 124 and a Civil War marker and other monuments for McDowells at 120 - 124.

Added by Dennis Tucker on Nov 14, 2014 9:16 AM

Russ Pickett
RE: Solomon Sharp
Hi, Sorry but I didn't take the photo ... It was taken by Ruth Ashby.


Added by Russ Pickett on Nov 14, 2014 2:27 AM

RE: Rev. George Beirnes
Unfortunately, I have not recorded where I took many of the photos in some of the earlier shots (I add it now, but that is not much help for the earlier photographic records).

Sorry that I could not be more helpful.


Added by LMK on Nov 13, 2014 8:44 PM

RE: Rev. Abraham Street
I have not been to the cemetery. I located the death certificate at the New Jersey Archives at the request of my sister. Her husband is a descendent. You may want to try with her, she is more knowledgeable on this one. I'll reach out to her and try to hook you up

Added by ksimmer on Nov 10, 2014 9:49 PM

Rev. Harvey Hooker
Unfortunately, Moncrief Cemetery doesn't have signs identifying various sections like larger cemeteries have. Other than Gardendale Chapel, I know of no other source of gravesite information. I've added a photo to his memorial, so that you can see a wider area of the cemetery. The Hooker headstone is in the lower left corner of the photo. At the top of the photo is the caretaker's building. If you wish to visit the gravesite, this photo should help you find it.

Added by Essex on Nov 09, 2014 12:41 PM

RE: Old Mount Ida
I've marked the methodist ministers lot in red. One of the big trees by it has since fallen and been removed. The stones are flat and partially buried.

Added by tofftroy on Nov 01, 2014 9:23 PM

Rev. Harvey Hooker
Sorry, but I do not know the plot information. However, the funeral home that handled his wife's funeral arrangements and burial next to him is Gardendale Chapel at 205-631-6252. Someone there would likely know, assuming they keep records back to 1997 when she died.

Added by Essex on Oct 29, 2014 8:54 AM

Bonnie Hoy
Alton Joppie
There are 2 ladies doing Balcom Cemetery and when they get to his cemetery lot, I'm sure they will send me his lot number

Added by Bonnie Hoy on Oct 16, 2014 8:03 PM

Todd Whitesides
RE: Wesleyan Cemetery
I found the details of William Christie's burial at Wesleyan and have added those to his memorial. Unfortunately I had no such luck with the others on your list. The records for the cemetery are a little erratic.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Jun 02, 2014 1:52 PM

Todd Whitesides
RE: Wesleyan Cemetery
The section and lot information that is known is published in the Wesleyan Cemetery volume of the Hamilton County Cemetery Records Series, which the Cincinnati and Covington libraries both have in their collections. The problem with Wesleyan is that it has been neglected for many decades, so the many markers are beneath the sod or have crumbled into pieces. Also, as Cincinnati developed in the mid and latter 1800s many (and I mean MANY) cemeteries had their remains deposited in the rear portion of Wesleyan Cemeteries. Several Methodist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, and even at least one Baptist Cemetery had what was left there brought to Wesleyan, as well as multiple family cemeteries. It makes for a messy patchwork of a cemetery only made worse by all the neglect. Try the main branch of the Kenton County Public Library here in Northern Kentucky. They have an incredibly organized genealogy department and a kind staff. If they can't help you I'll see what I can do in the next several days. I work full time and am busy with several other projects so I don't get to the library that often.

Added by Todd Whitesides on May 30, 2014 10:14 AM

RE: Nathan Wardner
If you click on the cemetery name, you'll se a map tab at the top, just click on that for the cemetery location. I do not know the grave location.

Added by Don on May 26, 2014 12:21 PM

Todd Whitesides
RE: William Christie
Just from memory I can recall it was in the rear portion of the cemetery, but I know the Kenton County Public Library in Covington, Kentucky has many volumes of Hamiton County, Ohio cemetery records, including the volume on Wesleyan Cemetery, as doed the downtown Cincinnati branch of the Hamilton County, Ohio Public Library. If you don't mind to wait a few days I'll take a look next time I'm at the library.

Added by Todd Whitesides on May 16, 2014 8:09 PM

RE: Jonathan Chaplin

I went out to the White Pigeon Cemetery today and located the headstone for Jonathan Chaplin. The photos are posted in his memorial..

Is this person related to you? If you'd like I can try to locate additional information on him. I did a preliminary search and didn't find anything but can dig a little deeper to see if anything comes up.


Added by Anne on Sep 25, 2013 3:07 PM

RE: Jonathan Chaplin

St. Joseph County didn't start keeping death records until the 1860's, so I'm not surprised the township had no record of him.

The information I have was taken from the St. Joseph County Historical Society. About 10 or so years ago the Society surveyed every cemetery in this county and recorded every burial and headstone in each cemetery. I have not found any of the information recorded by the Society that has been in error.

At the time of the survey there must have been a headstone for Jonathan and the other Chaplins in the White Pigeon Township Cemetery.

I will go back through my records and find the plot # for this burial. I can go out to the cemetery next week and see if the headstone is still there, if it is I will post a photo for you.

I can also look through some local records to see if there is any other information on Jonathan Chaplin.

I hope this information is helpful. Let me know if there is anything else I can do to help.


Added by Anne on Sep 21, 2013 6:04 AM

RE: William Wightman
William, Bishop Wightman is buried in lot 542. I have put some photo's on his memorial to show you.


Added by Saratoga on Oct 05, 2012 9:10 AM

RE: William Wightman
Hi William, I know exactly where his monument is. I'll get back to you with the plot #. Just give me a few days.


Added by Saratoga on Oct 01, 2012 2:55 PM


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