Tag Archive: Tombstone

Jul 22

Tombstone Tuesday–Kuhm Brother and Sister

The German words Bruder und Schwester are inscribed on the front of this marker, located in row 3 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Ohio. Brother and Sister. The column portion of this tombstone is now leaning against its base. It is a little difficult to see, but the base behind the column bears the name …

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Jul 15

Tombstone Tuesday–Anna M. (Grauberger) Reichard

This is the tombstone of Anna M. (Grauberger) Reichard, located in row 1 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: ANNA M. REICHARD 1900-1942 Anna Maria Grauberger was born 27 November 1900, the daughter of Michael Heinrich “Henry” and Emma (Baker) Grauberger. [1] However, her Mercer County birth record indicates …

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Jul 08

Tombstone Tuesday–Hannah (Huey) Whiteman

This is the tombstone of Hannah (Huey) Whiteman, located in Cheshire Cemetery, Berlin Township, Delaware County, Ohio. Her marker is inscribed: HANNAH CHRISTIAN WHITEMAN —1850 CEM. 5 GR. 2 This plot in Cheshire Cemetery was not Hannah’s original burial site. She was originally buried in Berlin Township House Cemetery, Delaware County, and her first tombstone …

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Jul 01

Tombstone Tuesday–Christian Whiteman

This is the tombstone of Christian Whiteman, located in Section 14 of Reber Hill Cemetery, Walnut Township, Pickaway County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: CHRISTIAN WHITEMAN US ARMY BERKS CO 6BN PA MIL REVOLUTIONARY WAR MAR 16, 1762   Dec 23, 1827 This Friday we celebrate Independence Day and I decided to write about Christian Whiteman, …

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Jun 24

Tombstone Tuesday–John Bausser

This is the tombstone of John Bausser, located in row 6 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: John Husband of Polly Bausser Born Apr 11, 1847 Died Apr 11, 1898 BAUSSER The past two weeks I have featured the Bausser tombstones in Zion Lutheran Cemetery. Three Baussers are buried …

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