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Warren County, Ohio Virtual Cemetery Project
a project of the Warren County Genealogical Society a chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society
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Null Cemetery
originally known as
Clear Creek Chapel Cemetery, United Brethren in Christ
Clearcreek Township, Warren County, Ohio

Index to Available Gravestone Photos
List of Known Burials A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
[no surname/illegible] [Null Cemetery Home page] [2012 Null Cemetery Clinic] [2013 Blinn Family Restoration]
[To contribute your photos email them in jpg format to Arne H Trelvik with any other details that you would like to share]


temproary sign at the cemetery provided by the City of Springboro in 2013
HISTORIC CLEAR CREEK CHAPEL CEMETERY
formerly Null Cemetery                       Established c. 1823
                 United Brethren Church In Christ
A Community Restoration Project of the 2013 Blinn Family Reunion       39° 31' 43" N, 84° 13' 35" W
The Warren County Genealogical Society & The City of Springboro      513-695-1144 to volunteer or donate.
The Null cemetery is located on the grounds of what used to be the Clear Creek United Brethren Church in Christ Chapel located southeast of village of Springboro. The exact date the church [or cemetery] was established is not known but is said to be a very early date in the Beers History of Warren County, pages 593-594. About 58 burials in the cemetery are known of dating from the 1823 burial of Adam Blin to the 1894 burial of Henry Bean.
The Warren County Genealogical Society sponsored a Cemetery Restoration Clinic at the cemetery 8 Sep 2012. Blinn Family descendants sponsored the Blinn Family Restoration Project on 20 Jun 2013 which restored and unearthed additional stones.
Ethel Beard Simons email dated 28 Sep 2012 (a Blin/Kesling/Null Descendant)
"
I'm pretty sure there are Crosley's in this cemetery. If I still have my original readings I will send that info on. Several of us determined that there might be as many as 64 burials in this cemetery, but we've not found church records or minister's diaries to prove it.
Location:  
  • South side of Red Lion-Five Points Road (TR 126) at junction with Null Boulevard - between SR 741 and Springboro Road (CR41)
  • "Ohio Cemeteries 1803-2003" by the Ohio Genealogical Society , Cemetery #12206 [Null Cemetery]
  • Coordinates: 39°31'43.76"N, 84°13'34.48"W
  • TRS: Range 4 North Township 3 East Section 11
Links:  
Transcriptions:  
Variant Names:  
  • Clear Creek Chapel Cemetery
  • Clear Creek Chapel United Brethren in Christ Cemetery

Null Cemetery #72 from WPA Plat Map Page 76
9 rows of 12 graves each
lists Christian Zaring, Revolutionary War Soldier buried in Row 5 Grave 5

[Revolutionary War soldier, Christian Null, was originally buried here but was removed to Dayton National Cemetery in 1992]




Index to Available Gravestone Photos
List of Known Burials A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
[no surname/illegible] [Null Cemetery Home page] [2012 Null Cemetery Clinic] [2013 Blinn Family Restoration]
[To contribute your photos email them in jpg format to Arne H Trelvik with any other details that you would like to share]

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