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||Salem Reformed Church Cemetery
Craiglaw Lane off of Lower Springboro
Clearcreek Township, Warren County, Ohio
This inactive cemetery, maintained by Clearcreek Township,
was the second location of the German Reformed church in the Springboro
We have photos for 58 of the 73 known burials in the cemetery dating
from 1821 to 1888 plus 13 footstone photos.
- East side of Craiglaw Lane, about 200 feet south of
Lower Springboro Road (CR22) between Red Lion Five Points Road (TR126)
and Bunnell Hill Road (TR128)
- "Ohio Cemeteries 1803-2003"
by the Ohio Genealogical
Society , Cemetery #12209 [Reformed-Salem Church Cemetery]
- Coordinates: N39° 32' 14.6"
W84° 12' 30.4"
- TRS: Range 4 North; Township 3 East;
- D.A.R. Turtlecreek Chapter & Warren
County Historical Society (available at the Historical Society Library)
- Early Vital Records Volume 4, pages 62 &
63 [56 records] &
- Early Vital Records Volume 10, pages 91 &
92 [58 records]
- Warren County Genealogical
- Not currently listed in any of the cemetery books
- see online
- Our thanks to Dana
Palmer who has photographed all extant gravestones for the "Warren
County Virtual Cemetery" Project. Addition photos were
also provided by Arne
H Trelvik. All of the photos have been added to this website.
These efforts will be incorporated into the new cemetery books planned
by the society.
We are still missing photos for the following burials - if you have
a photo, please consider sharing it with us:
Gordon Boger (1852), Elizabeth Kesling
(1829), William G. Kesling (____), Samuel
Kuger (1848), Joseph C. Miller (1855),
Elizabeth Surface (1849), Ferissa Welty
(1838), Jacob Zerfasz (1831), Susanna (Harpine)
Zerfasz (____), Catherine Zimmerman (1845)
- Other Known Transcriptions
- Second Salem Reformed Church, Salem Cemetery, Reformed
Salem Cemetery, Salem German Reformed Church cemetery and similar variations
- Also see Eyer Cemetery
(First Salem Reformed Church Cemetery)
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