Yearly Archive: 2012

Nov 06

Tombstone Tuesday–Andrew M. and Elisabeth Kallenberger

This is the tombstone of Andrew M. and Elisabeth Kallenberger located in row 1 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Liberty Township, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: Father & Mother Andrew M. Feb. 22, 1830-Nov. 7, 1914 Elisabeth his wife Dec. 21, 1841- Apr. 16, 1935 KALLENBERGER Andreas Michael Kallenberger was born 22 February …

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Nov 02

New Research Series From the DAR Library

Last week The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) released information about a new resource to aid those researching the Revolutionary War period. The DAR Library has begun publication of a new series that focuses on research in each of the original states during the Revolutionary War era. Each edition of the series will be …

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Oct 30

Tombstone Tuesday–Nimrod Headington

This is the tombstone of Major Nimrod Headington, located in Green Park Cemetery, Portland, Jay County, Indiana. His military veteran’s marker is inscribed, Major N. Headington, 34 Ind. Inf. A large Headington monument is nearby. According to his Indiana death record he died 7 January 1913 at the age of 85 years. Nimrod was the …

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Oct 26

Our Ohio Century Farms

A century is defined as one hundred consecutive years. Most of us will not live to experience that period of time so to have something that has been in the family at least a century is noteworthy. Especially if it is the family farm. Land was very important to our ancestors. Many of our ancestors …

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Oct 23

Tombstone Tuesday–Nannie B. Headington

This is the tombstone of Nancy “Nannie” Headington, located in Liber Cemetery, Wayne Township, Jay County, Indiana. The marker is inscribed: Nannie B. Wife of J.W. Headington Died Feb’y, 9, 1871 Aged 35Y. 2 M. 19 D. Nancy “Nannie” Bosworth was born 21 November 1835, as calculated from her tombstone. She was one of twelve …

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