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||Miami Valley Memory Gardens
1639 East Lytle-Five Points Rd,
Clearcreek Township, Warren County, Ohio
Miami Valley Memory Gardens is a large commercial cemetery
owned and operated by Service Corp International as part of their Dignity
Memorial Provider Network. The cemetery was established in 1956 by Ellis
Back on a 92 acre parcel of land. As of December, 2010, we know of 13,871
burials in the cemetery including 1,109 who are known to be veterans.
- 1639 East Lytle-Five Points Rd, Centerville, OH 45458
Southeast corner of Lytle-Five Points Road and State Route 48, 1 1/2
miles north of State Route 73
- "Ohio Cemeteries 1803-2003"
by the Ohio Genealogical
Society , Cemetery #12204 [Miami Valley Memorial
- Coordinates: 39°34'0.00"N
- TRS: Range 5 North Township 3 East
- D.A.R. Turtlecreek Chapter & Warren
County Historical Society (available at the Historical Society Library)
- Warren County Genealogical
County Cemetery Records Volume 12 has a number of burials listed
in the Miami Valley Memory Gardens that were extracted from obituaries
published between 1985 & 2000 See Name
- Our thanks to the following who contributed photographs
and transcriptions for the Miami Valley Memory Gardens Virtual Cemetery.
Their photographs will be added to this site and the Warren County
Genealogical Society will eventually use the results of their efforts
to publish a new Cemetery Book
- The Apostles, Cross and Everlasting Life sections
were photographed by the Aric Harrison Eagle Scout Project.
- The Prayer and Last Supper Sections were photographed
by the Philip Stanfield Eagle Scout Project.
- The Doris Kading family
photographed nearly all of the Devotion section.
- The Dana Palmer family photographed the rest
of the cemetery (Christus upper & lower, Babyland, Family
Heritage, Chapel Maus 1, Chapel Maus 2, Maus 1, Maus 2, and
Estates) and re-took photos that were blurry or were new burials
since the Eagle projects were complete in all other sections
(Prayer, Last Supper, Everlasting Life, Cross, and Apostles).
Andy, Megan and Joseph Palmer helped with double
checking all the names and cleaning off the stones for Prayer,
Last Supper, Everlasting Life, Cross and Apostles.
Smith photographed the gravestone in the Garden of Devotion
in March of 2012.
Colglazier provided a spreadsheet of burials in the Garden
of Devotion on 18 Dec 2014. These have been incorporated into
our index for the cemetery.
- Other Known Transcriptions
- Miami Valley Memorial Garden
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This page created 7 December 2010 and last updated
8 October, 2014
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