"Gehio" -- "Geocaching+History+Ohio = A Tour Of Ohio Valley History" is a new blog featured here under the category of "Miscellaneous Blogs of Interest" in the right-hand column of links.
Thanking "Gehio" for including a new blog post about "Exploring Almost Forgotten Gravesites in Ohio" and a link to this blog in the nice listing of links.
~*~*~*~*~*~Below is a sampling of the cemetery-related blog posts to date for you to explore from "Gehio":
Feb 08, 2012
Geocaching sometimes takes me to interesting and forgotten places that pique my curiosity after scratching the surface a bit. Hillcrest Cemetery, a Cincinnati OH cemetery on Sutton Road in Anderson Township is one of those ...
Sep 15, 2011
His body was thought to be about 1000 ft away next to some old railroad tracks in what was the once weed filled and trash strewn forgotten Fulton Cemetery with no legible tombstones. I actually tried to locate Fulton once to ...
Dec 19, 2013
Cemetery geocaches are some of my favorite hides, especially historical cemeteries. In November 2013 I saw a string of old cemeteries that had no geocaches so I changed that. Brethren Historic Cemetery This cemetery has ...
"Cemetery geocaches are some of my favorite hides, especially historical cemeteries. In November 2013 I saw a string of old cemeteries that had no geocaches so I changed that."
Brethren Historic Cemetery
This cemetery has a section with headstones moved from another cemetery but they left the bodies behind.
Willsey Historic Cemetery
One of the many Colerain Township historical cemeteries.
Asbury Historic Cemetery and Chapel
I wasn't able to find much information about this old cemetery and chapel other than it dates back to 1836, the original chapel was destroyed in a storm and was rebuilt in 1868.