• The Cox house

    The Cox house

  • Wolford House
  • Glen Forest Cemetery

PageLines- glenforest1.jpgThis week’s post again highlights the importance of ensuring that our cemeteries are well preserved.  There is no inscription listed in Greene County Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, Volume I, published by the Greene County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society meaning that at the time that the book was published there was no legible stone in Glen Forest.  Perhaps there never was a stone marking the grave site or maybe it fell over and has been buried over the years. Read Full Article →

PageLines- glenforest1a.jpgToday’s post is the obituary of Emily Dawson.  Although her obituary states that she was buried in Glen Forest Cemetery, her name is not listed in the Greene County Ohio Cemetery Inscription Book, Volume I, published by the Greene County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society so I was not able to determine where she was buried.  Perhaps she did not have a stone or maybe it has been damaged and/or fallen over and buried over the years.  The fact that we can’t find Mrs. Dawson’s tombstone serves as a reminder to how important it is to ensure that burial records and tombstones are preserved for future generations. Read Full Article →