Tag Archive: Zion Lutheran Cemetery Chattanooga Ohio

Jul 18

Tombstone Tuesday–George F. Huffman

This is the mausoleum marker of George F. Huffman, located in the Chattanooga Mausoleum, Mercer County, Ohio. The vault is inscribed: Father George F. Huffman 1853-1937 George Ferdinand Huffman was born in Liberty Township, Mercer County, Ohio, on 29 June 1853 according to Zion’s Familienbuch. He was the son of Ferdinand and Elizabeth (Hartzog/Herzog) Hoffman. …

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Jun 20

Tombstone Tuesday–Ferdinand & Elizabeth (Herzog) Huffmann

This is the tombstone of Ferdinand and Elizabeth (Herzog) Huffmann, located in row 5 of Kessler, aka Liberty Cemetery, Liberty Township, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: Hier ruht Ferdinand Huffmann Geb. 7 Mar 1830 Gest. 24 Apr 1908 Elizabeth Ehefrau von Ferdinand Huffmann Geb. 26 Aug 1834 Gest. 9 Nov 1917 HUFFMANN “Here …

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Jun 06

Tombstone Tuesday–Infant Daughter of Charles E. & Mary P. (Andrews) Pickering

This is the tombstone of the infant daughter of C.E. & M.P. Pickering, located in row 6 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: INFANT Dau. of C.E. & M.P. PICKERING Born & Died Oct. 14, 1915 The church records indicate that “Baby Pickering” died of weakness on 8 November …

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May 23

Tombstone Tuesday–Andrew & Barbara (Eichler) Eichler

This is the tombstone of Andrew and Barbara (Eichler) Eichler, located in row 3 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker they share is inscribed on each side: Andrew Eichler Died Sept. 5, 1894 Aged 76 Y  3 D Barbara Wife of A. Eichler Died Aug. 10, 1898 Aged 73 Y  3 …

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May 16

Tombstone Tuesday–Peter Eichler

This is the tombstone of Peter Eichler, located in row 7 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: Peter Son of A. & B. Eichler Died Dec. 19, 1900 Aged 31 Y, 5 M, 12 D Peter Eichler was born 7 Jul 1869 in Madison Township, Butler County, Ohio, the …

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