Miscellaneous Burial Reports (extinct)
A stone that has been supporting a garage was seen in Eastlake. It is broken off at the top, and a thick, old narrow marble stone. It appears to be for two children. Its original location is unknown.
United States Cemetery Address Book lists a cemetery at 4428 Wood Street. A Charles Grantham bought this property in 1968, but there is no knowledge of any cemetery in the area. Lost Nation Road used to be named Wood Road, so perhaps that is a possibility.
The following article was in the Telegraph=Republican 9 May 1912 on page 1:
MYSTERY OF COFFIN PLATE IS NOT KNOWN
Holden Arboretum benefactors, the Cornings, are said to have been buried on land at Lantern Court. No follow-up has been done on this new information.
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