Franklin County, Ohio Cemeteries
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NameDate of Birth Year of BirthDate of Death
* = Date of Burial
Year of Death Remarks Cemetery
_____ (foundling boy)

07 Oct 1873 Foundling boy, died at the County Infirmary, aged 28d East Graveyard (?)
_____ (foundling)

08 Jun 1875 Foundling, died at the County Infirmary, aged 19d East Graveyard (?)
______, _____


1863 Aged 5y _m 23d (stone broken many pieces 1973) Clime
______, ______



Aged 67y 1m 17d McKendree
_____, _____



US Soldier Alton
_____, _____

05 Feb 184_ Aged __ 10 __ Alton ME
_____, _____

14 Aug 186_ Aged 34y 9m & __ E., dau ___ Alton ME
_____, _____



Aged 66y 6_ Alton ME
_____, _____



2 unmarked graves except for G.A.R. markers Asbury
_____, _____



genealogybug.net indicates several remnants and places showing where stones were broken off at ground level Bickett-Richards
_____, _____



Illegible Burnside
_____, _____



Illegible Burnside
_____, _____



Illegible Burnside
_____, _____

07 Jan 1834 Aged 72y. Broken & illegible Burnside
_____, _____



Aged 3y 10m 12d Clime
_____, _____

16 ___ 1859 Name blank [St. Patrick's Parish Record of Deaths since 1959] Columbus Catholic
_____, _____

08 Nov 1860 Grave purchased by Adanasius Getreu for mother of Catharina Getreu, aged 76y [Holy Cross Parish Financial Account Books] Columbus Catholic
_____, _____

23 May 18__ Aged 36y 4m 8(27)d, stone broken Groveport
_____, _____


1852 Aged 1y 5m 3d Landes
_____, _____

__ Jul 1856 [Broken stone] Methodist
_____, _____

01 Jul 1920 Scratched into the reverse side of the marker for Julia Ann Sharp are what look like initials run together, possibly J M I ? Methodist
_____, _____

__ Aug ____ [Broken stone] Methodist
_____, _____



Aged 10y 2m 3d [genealogybug.net] Methodist Hill
_____, _____

2 ___ 1841 Aged 35y (broken) [genealogybug.net] Methodist Hill
_____, _____

28 Aug 1844 Next to H__mor Reynolds (broken) [FCOC] Methodist Hill
_____, _____


1869 Son of __a__on, aged 2_y 3m __ [genealogybug.net] Methodist Hill
_____, _____

c. 01 Aug 1833 One just arrived from Cincinnati, died of cholera in the week ended 01 Aug 1833 (Ohio State Journal newspaper 03 Aug 1833) North Graveyard (?)
_____, _____



Illegible Old (Jefferson Twp)
_____, _____

20 Jun 1853 Aged 66y 3m Rings
_____, _____



[FCOC lists aged 26y 6m 1d, genealogybug.net lists aged 26y 6m 4d] Chenoweth
_____, _____

11 Feb 1852 Aged 3y 11d Groveport
_____, _____



Several graves unmarked except for G.A.R. emblem Groveport
_____, _____

06 Aug 1895 (Broken) Mifflin Twp Cem
_____, _____

11 Oct 1863 Camp Chase
_____, _____ (1 of 4)



According to information from Dennis Ranney, 4 Black servants died at Camp Chase Confderate Military Prison and were buried in East Graveyard East Graveyard
_____, _____ (2 Colored children)

c. 13 Sep 1833 Died of cholera in the week ended 13 Sep 1833 (Ohio State Journal newspaper 14 Sep 1833) North Graveyard (?)
_____, _____ (2 Colored women)



Names not given or unknown North Graveyard (?)
_____, _____ (2 of 4)



According to information from Dennis Ranney, 4 Black servants died at Camp Chase Confderate Military Prison and were buried in East Graveyard East Graveyard
_____, _____ (20 cholera victims, unnamed)


1952 Buried on the north side on the Johnstown Road from Washington Avenue to whatever lenght it was along the Johnstown Road [Witness testimony by Patrick M. Kelly in the 1898 taxation trial of Bishop Watterson vs. Franklin County Treasurer] Columbus Catholic
_____, _____ (3 of 4)



According to information from Dennis Ranney, 4 Black servants died at Camp Chase Confderate Military Prison and were buried in East Graveyard East Graveyard
_____, _____ (4 of 4)



According to information from Dennis Ranney, 4 Black servants died at Camp Chase Confderate Military Prison and were buried in East Graveyard East Graveyard
_____, _____ (Frenchman)

10 Aug 1833 Died of cholera (Ohio State Journal newspaper 17 Aug 1833) North Graveyard (?)
_____, _____ (German child)
c.20 Sep 1833 Residing with Mr. Schoddinger, died of cholera in the week ended 20 Sep 1833 (Ohio State Journal newspaper 21 Sep 1833) North Graveyard (?)
_____, _____ (Native American Indian)



According to information from Dennis Ranney, a native American Indian died at Camp Chase Military Prison and was buried in East Graveyard. East Graveyard
_____, _____ (tramp)

28 Nov 1875 Tramp, died at the County Infirmary, aged approximately 25y East Graveyard (?)
_____, _____ (unknown man)

21 Dec 1872 Unknown man, died at the County Infirmary East Graveyard (?)
_____, _ngaline

01 Jan 1870 Wife of ___tis, aged 28y 6m 10d (broken) Peace Evang Lutheran
_____, Abigail


1851
Methodist
_____, Alice Eloria




Headley
_____, Allen

06 Jun 1872 Died at the County Infirmary, Negro, aged 40y East Graveyard (?)
_____, Allis



Daughter of (illegible) Burnside
_____, Ama Lawic___?



(illegible) Methodist
_____, Anna C.




Mennonite
_____, Baby 14 Apr 1892 27 Apr 1892
Alton
_____, Bart.

10 Aug 1860 [St. Patrick's Parish Record of Death & Burials 1860. This source is believed to be imperfect & inaccurate as to dates/numbers] Columbus Catholic
_____, C.S.




Havens
_____, Carl



Rest of marker illegible at 1943 reading (Wagner) Groveport
_____, Cha___

12 Feb 1881 Aged 9?6y 3d Flint
_____, Charles 22 Mar 1902 21 Aug 1902
Alton
_____, Charles

01 Jan 1848 Son of __ & __, aged 1y 4m Groveport
_____, Charles A.



Stone sunken Flint
_____, Charles E.
1860
1920
Silent Home
_____, Cyrus

17 Aug 1841 Son of J. & _____, aged 14y Rings
_____, D. S.




Havens
_____, Delia




Flint
_____, Eddie




Flint
_____, Edward




Clover
_____, Eliza



Infant. City of Dublin marker indicates surname Latham, Wagner source (Link) unclear. Could be 2 infants w/surname Thomas? Mt. Zion
_____, Frances



Stone unreadable Middletown
_____, Frances

02 Jun 1863 Wife of James, aged 20y 10m 13d New Albany
_____, Franklin



Infant. City of Dublin marker indicates surname Latham, Wagner source (Link) unclear. Could be 2 infants w/surname Thomas? Mt. Zion
_____, Hannah



(stone buried) Landes
_____, Heinrich


1860 Aged 2y 2m [Holy Cross Parish Financial Account Books - Churchyard Income] Columbus Catholic
_____, Infant Son




Silent Home
_____, J. G.




Clover
_____, James

13 Dec 1850 Child grave, Irish. Note: First name listed as Schims, German phonetic for James, in source document [Original Record/Ledger Book Single Grave Section. Name may be parent or responsible person. Date may be later than death or burial. ] Columbus Catholic
_____, James

07 Mar 1846 Son of John & Jane, aged 3m 1d Rings
_____, John




Flint
_____, John




Methodist
_____, John A.



Stone unreadable Middletown
_____, Joseph Aloisius

* 22 Aug 1867 Son of [blank], aged 6m 2d, poor [Holy Cross Parish Financial Account Books] Columbus Catholic
_____, Joshua




Havens
_____, K. G.




Clover
_____, Lester



Stone broken Flint
_____, Lewis




Methodist
_____, Louisa




Methodist
_____, M. R. C.




Havens
_____, M.S.




Havens
_____, Margaret



Wife of _____ (stone lying on ground 1973) Clime
_____, Maria Luisa

* 19 Jul 1866 Aged 1m 15d, poor [Holy Cross Parish Financial Account Books] [Holy Cross Parish Register] Columbus Catholic
_____, Mary A.




Burnside
_____, Mary A.




Flint
_____, Mary Ann

21 Jun 1849 Wife of John, aged 65y _m 9d Francis H. Game
_____, Minerva




McKendree
_____, Napolian J.

29 Mar ____ Son of Elias & ? Middletown
_____, Nelson



See Nelson, Baby Groveport
_____, Patrick

24 Sep 1847 Irish [Original Record/Ledger Book Single Grave Section. Name may be parent or responsible person. Date may be later than death or burial] Columbus Catholic
_____, Randolph

27 Feb 1868 Died at the County Infirmary, Negro, aged 30y East Graveyard (?)
_____, Reuben



Son of John (dates illegible) Havens
_____, Sarah




Burnside
_____, Sarah

07? Jun 1847 Aged 3m 10d, DOD may be 30 Jun Rings
_____, Sarah 28 Jul 1869 01 Sep 1870
Silent Home
_____, Sela

05 Oct 1833 Colored woman, died of cholera (Ohio State Journal newspaper 05 Oct 1833) North Graveyard (?)
_____, Sophia



Stone unreadable Middletown
_____, Susan



Daughter of John & Polly Kempton
_____, Tereisse

30 May 1875 Died at the County Infirmary, age unknown East Graveyard (?)
_____, Thelma K.




Groveport
_____, Thomas



Infant. City of Dublin marker indicates surname Latham, Wagner source (Link) unclear. Could be 2 infants w/surname Thomas? Mt. Zion
_____, Willie




McKendree
___bble, L.S.



22nd Ohio Inf Civil War Union Grove
___hart, Elizabeth



(sunk) Kramer
___inson, _____

10 Aug 1865 _on ___ of __ & A.E. ____inson, aged 6y 6m 10d Methodist
__an__, William


1830 Information is from the 1945 gravestone reading, no stone found at the 1988 FCOC reading. FCOC indicates this may be William Manning, Revolutionary War veteran. [He is not listed in the DAR Roster or the Franklin County Recorder Veteran Grave database] Chenoweth
__cee_men, Murttilla

25 Sep 1841 Wife of John M., aged 24y 1m 10d Franklinton
__fer, Lacelda

17 Jul 1849 Daughter of M. & _, aged 12d Groveport

 

 

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