Central Ohio cemeteries running out of space | The Columbus Dispatch

Cemeteries have only so much space. And yet with an endless supply of new customers, they rarely have to put up “no vacancy” signs. This week, tiny Williamsville Cemetery in Orange Township in Delaware County essentially did that, declaring that it was suspending new burials because the grounds had reached their useful capacity.

Source: Central Ohio cemeteries running out of space | The Columbus Dispatch

The Williamsville Cemetery in Orange Township, Delaware County, Ohio on “Find A Grave”

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The fun of Researching Ohio Bricks

I recently purchased three Ohio bricks (meaning that the word “Ohio” is stamped on them!) that I thought were really neat to have.  I knew I had some other older red bricks with different names stamped on them so I wanted to add the Ohio bricks to the small but now growing collection.

Sharing my photos of the bricks here. I cleaned them up with “D/2 Biological Solution”, a soft bristle brush, and regular water to rinse them off.  It will take awhile longer for them to lighten up more than they are now.  

Also sharing some great links that I found on the Internet about bricks made in Ohio:

Brick Names

“The Paving Brick Industry in Ohio” from the Ohiodnr 

The Trimble and Wassall Brick Companies, Athens County, Ohio

Bricks of Ohio WordPress blog:

     Metropolitan Block Canton, Ohio

     Trimble Block

“Historic Ohio Bricks” publication order form

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BRICKS - BIG FOUR BRICK