Sharing the Latest News about Fairview Memorial Park in Delaware County, Ohio

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Have a Merry and White Christmas!

Merry Christmas to all who celebrate this joyous day!  

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Sharing this story from Wooster, Ohio, published by the “Akron Beacon Journal

By Paula Schleis

Beacon Journal/Ohio.com that is so appropriate for today. 

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ALL SAINTS CEMETERY - 12-7-2014 -- CHRISTMAS THEME

(Photo above from All Saints Cemetery in Northfield, Ohio.)

(Photo by Linda Jean Limes Ellis)

I Found Records for my Ancestors’ Parish! Now What?

If you are researching a Polish line for your ancestors, this is a wonderful blog to read and enjoy!

From Shepherds and Shoemakers

I spend a fair amount of time each week helping budding genealogists in the Polish Genealogy group on Facebook. Frequently, we assist people by locating collections of vital records for their ancestral parishes in digital archives, but after that, it’s up to the individuals to use those records. And I sometimes get the sense that people aren’t really sure how to make the best use of those collections, after they’ve found a record or two for their family. So I’d like to take this opportunity to explain how I milk a collection of vital records for every drop of usable information.

Verify that this is the correct location for your family.

The first step is always to connect the parish to your family by finding one record — say, your great-grandmother’s birth record — that is unmistakeably correct. If all the U.S. data point to the parish of Gradzanowo Kościelne…

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Couple sentenced in Delaware County cemetery fraud

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Sharing the latest news from “The Columbus Dispatch” in Columbus, Ohio

Battlefield Markers & Monuments: Johnson Island & McPherson’s Grave

Emerging Civil War

Emerging Civil War welcomes back Frank Jastrzembski to share about a recent trip and his musings on historical graveyard markers.

My wife reluctantly agreed to go on another of my weekend cemetery hunts. Only a few weeks before, we had taken another couple to visit Brevet Brigadier-General Orland Smith’s grave in Green Lawn Cemetery after a day at the Columbus Zoo. The best season to visit old cemeteries in Ohio is the fall. For our next trip, we headed west to hit both the Confederate cemetery on Johnson Island in Sandusky Bay and General James B. McPherson’s grave in Clyde, Ohio (a forty minute drive between the two).

Johnson Island Cemetery

This wasn’t the first time I had heard of the Johnson Island cemetery or of the prisoner-of-war camp. I had regrettably never made a point to visit the cemetery. I can now say that I had overlooked the most…

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A November visit to the 530 Shop, LTD. in Lorain, Ohio brings back memories

Sharing photos from a visit in late November to the 530 Shop, LTD in Lorain, Ohio

Lorain, Ohio is my hometown and the 530 Shop on Broadway has been there a long time. 

The building was constructed after the great Sandusky/Lorain Tornado struck on June 28, 1924. 

It is wonderful to see it still standing and being used as an antique store! 

The proprietor is Jani Oehlke.  It has been in the Oehlke family for several generations.  

Hope you enjoy the photos!

LORAIN - 530 SHOP - 11-28-2017 - ANTIQUE GLOBE LAMP AND POTTERYLORAIN - 530 SHOP - 11-28-2017 - JANI BY 530 BANNERLORAIN - 530 SHOP - 11-28-2017 - TOP OF TABLELORAIN - 530 SHOP - 11-28-2017 - WINDOW DISPLAY - 3LORAIN - 530 SHOP - 11-28-2017 - WINDOW DISPLAY - 2LORAIN - 530 SHOP - 11-28-2017 - INSIDE WINDOW DISPLAY - 1LORAIN - 530 SHOP - 11-28-2017 - WINDOW DISPLAY - 1LORAIN - 530 SHOP - 11-28-2017 -CABINET WITH CANDLE DISPLAY - 2LORAIN - 530 SHOP - 11-28-2017 - TALL CABINET WITH KEYS