Of all my Ohio 19th and 20th Century Limes Family ancestors, none lead as colorful of a life as Ellza Limes of Ridgeway in Hardin County, Ohio.
Assembled below are some photographs and images of newspaper articles that help tell the story of Ellza Limes’ life in small town Ridgeway, Ohio.
Yellow caution tape flapped in the wind, crisscrossing the entrance of a mausoleum erected nearly a hundred years ago. It’s the latest sign of harm to Green Lawn Cemetery by vandals who have already marred more than 600 grave sites and caused more than $1 million in damage in the past two years. No one has been arrested despite a $1,000 reward. The latest incident happened on Jan. 9 when a man entered through a broken fence and damaged a mausoleum and eight grave sites before
Source: Security camera shows latest vandal damaging Green Lawn Cemetery
Green Lawn Cemetery was vandalized for the second in five months.
Source: Green Lawn Cemetery vandalized again, suspect caught on camera
Newcomers to Polish genealogy often start with a few misconceptions. Many Americans have only a dim understanding of the border changes that occurred in Europe over the centuries, and in fairness,…
Source: Those Infamous Border Changes: A Crash Course in Polish History
WASHINGTON — He will be a president like no other. Whether that’s good or bad seems, at this point, a matter of remarkably disparate opinion. But when President-elect Donald Trump takes the oath of office Friday, the nation will see a sweeping change in policy, style and rhetoric, likely unlike any they’ve seen in their lifetimes.
Source: Trump will be a president unlike any before | The Columbus Dispatch
I am quite nervous if this is a safe procedure. “Needles in the spine” through anesthesia or nerve blocks, in my personal experience and what I am learning has happened with others as well, has caused or worsened the pain of Tarlov Cysts.
“Declan Koehler was a little cranky Friday as he lay on the operating table at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Declan was ready to undergo a urology procedure that would have the surgeon cutting into him. But instead of general anesthesia, which would put Declan to sleep, the infant’s parents opted to allow him to stay awake during the surgery with a spinal anesthesia numbing and immobilizing him from the mid-chest down.”
Source: Spinal anesthesia offers another choice for young children | The Columbus Dispatch