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Oldest inscriptions, with Revolutionary and War of 1812 records of the cemeteries of Trumbull, Mahoning and Columbiana Counties, Ohio, and Lawrence, Mercer and Beaver Counties, Pennsylvania

by Henry R. Baldwin
Baldwin, Henry R. (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1963
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (590, [9] leaves; inscriptions taken in 1907) at the State Library of Ohio, D.A.R. Collection, Columbus, Ohio.

Index of cemeteries with page numbers is at the end of the film.

Contents: ASTABULA COUNTY cemeteries: at West Williamsfield, west of West Williamsfield, center of Orwell, center of Williamsfield, Cherry Valley, Congregational Church, East Orwell, Lindenville, New at Andover, West Andover, Windsor Corners, Windsor Mills -- COLUMBIANA COUNTY cemeteries: Baptist in Perry Township, Bowman, Brick Church or Forney, Catholic at Dungannon, Columbiana, Esterley Private, Fairfield Township, German Lutheran in Unity Township, Hart and Franklin Square, Lisbon, McCracken, Madison Presbyterian, New in Salem Township, Oakdale, Old abandoned German in Center Township, old cemetery east of Leetonia, old and new cemeteries at New Waterford, Old Presbyterian out of Lisbon, Quaker Hill, Trinity German Reformed, Van Fossan, West Beaver, Wilbur Quaker Church -- CUYAHOGA COUNTY cemetery: Old Erie Street in Cleveland -- GEAUGA COUNTY cemeteries: cemetery east of Middlefield, Gates Private at Bundysbrugh, Young and Gates Private at Middlefield -- MAHONING COUNTY cemeteries: Boardman Center, Brunstetter, Bunker Hill Church, Buzard Private in Beaver Township, Canfield, center of Ellsworth, one half mile west of Berlin Center, Center in Goshen Township, Church in Coitsville Township, Cornersburgh, Cotton Private in Austintown Township, Covenanter Yard, Dean Hill, Disciple Church, Dutch Cemetery north of

Ellsworth, Eckis, Four Mile Run, German in Canfield Township, German or Lynn north of Canfield, Green Village, Hicksite Quaker, I.O.O.F. in Green Township, Jackson Center, Kurtz, Lanterman Private, Loveland's Farm in Coitsville Township, Lutheran in Green Township, Mennonite Church in Beaver Township, Methodist Church in Coitsville and Green townships, Methodist and German in Jackson Township, New at North Benton, North Lima, northeast of New Springfield, and in Poland Township, Oak Hill in Youngstown, Ohltown, Old Brunstetter, Old at center of Poland, in North Lima, old churchyard in Poland, Old German in North Lima, Old Methodist on Yeager Farm, Old New Buffalo, Old Ross on Ryder Farm, Old Springfield, Paulin, Petersburgh abandoned cemetery, Springfield, one mile north of Petersburgh, Pleasant Grove, Powers Private, Presbyterian in Poland Township, Price and Kyle Private, Private Benjamin Ross, Reichert Farm Private, Rider Farm, Ridge, Schray Church, Shillinger, Vaughn, Village of Ellsworth, Washingtonville, Willand Private, Williamson Farm Private in Youngstown Township -- PORTAGE COUNTY cemeteries: Campbellite in Palmyra Township, east of center of Deerfield, Paris Town Line, southeast corner Paris Township, center of Windam, Fred Jones Farm Private, Hartzell, Irene Jones Farm Private, John Carson Farm

Private, Mott, Robinson Church, Welsh Church, West in Palmyra Township -- TRUMBULL COUNTY cemeteries: Artherhold Private, Barnum Private, Bowers in Bristol Township, Braceville Center, Brookfield Center, Burghill, Casterline, center of Bloomfield, center of Champion, center of Lordstown, center of Vienna, Delightful, east of center of Bazetta, east of Dilworth, one half mile west of Hartford Center, on line between Brookfield and Hubbard townships, north of Howland Corners, Soaptown, south part of Champion, center of Fowler, center of Hartford, center of Johnston, center of Vienna, Chadwick's Corners, Disciple at Cortland, Duck Creek, Dugan, Dunlap, East Farmington, East Hill, East Mecca, Evergreen at center of Johnston, German in Southington Township, Girard, Harrington, Hillside, Hubbard, Lattimer, Lowery on Old Beaver Farm, Lutheran in Newton Township, Mineral Ridge, New at Bristolville, at center of Gustavus, at center of Mesopotamia, south of Kenilworth, Newton Falls, Niles, Oak Grove, Old at center of bristol, at center of Gustavus, at center of Johnston, at center of Kinsman, one mile east and south of center of Vernon, at Church Hill, on river bank, on river bank in Warren, south of center of Vernon, sourtheast of Kenilworth, at Leavittsburgh, at Warren, Old Laird at center of Mesopotamia, Old

part of New in center of Kinsman, Old Township, Paltzgroff, Paynes Corners, Price's Mills, Reeves Farm, Sager or North Bristol, Seceeders Corners, Seeley Private, Sheldon Private, Smith Farm, Southington center, Township in Howland Township, Veach's, West Farmington, West Fowler, Wilderson, Wilson, Woodruff Farm -- LAWRENCE COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA cemeteries: Ashton Private at Edinburgh, Cadwaldader at Quaker Falls, Church 2 miles north of Enon Valley, Deerfield (Deer Creek), Frizleburg, Greenwood, Hickory Run, Mahoning Township, Methodist at Hillsville, Mt. Jackson, New Wilmington, Old at Harlansburg, Old Methodist at Edinburgh, Old part U.P. Bethel, Old Presbyterian in Shenango Township, Park Private near Edinburgh, Plaingrove, Presbyterian at Hillsville, Pulaski, Valley View at Mahoningtown, Westfield, Hopewell Presbyterian -- MERCER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA cemeteries: Bulah, Byerly east of Sharpsville, Presbyterian west of Middlesex, Sharon, West Middlesex -- TIOGA COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA cemetery: Westfield -- unknown cemetery: McBride Cemetery -- WORCESTER COUNTY MARYLAND cemeteries: Robins and Purnell Private at Fairfield, Episcopal Church at Snow Hill, M.E. Church at Snow Hill, Old Protestant at Snow Hill, Presbyterian at Snow Hill.

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