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3 September 1849 Quit Claim Deed
from
Benjamin & Susana Morgan and John G. & Mary Ann Cornelius
to
Robert Hill, William Ramsey and John Monroe
for a
Public Place of Burial
Contributor:
Transcription contributed by Arne H Trelvik  19 August 2005
Source:
Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book 3, pages 353, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio
Comments:

This is an overgrown, inactive cemetery located within the city limits of Loveland in Hamilton Twp, Warren County, just north of the county line, north of the railroad right-of-way and just behind (south of) the building lots at the end of Sentry Hill Drive. Sentry Hill Drive is on the right (east) side of State Route 48 as you head north up the hill out of Loveland.

See footnotes regarding names and readings associated with this parcel. All of the burial lists include a John Hill and his consort, Elizabeth who died in 1803 and 1800 respectively. Both of these burials would predate both statehood and the formation of Warren County. The stones still exist, it is possibly one of the oldest known burial records of a Revolutionary War Soldier in Warren County.
Also included on the lists is at least one Civil War Veteran, Charles F Radcliffe, who served in Company D, 36th Indiana Infantry.

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Survey #2192 from 1856 Wall Map


Survey #2192 from 1867 Wall Map


WPA Plat

Know all men, By these presents, that we Benjamin Morgan and Susana Morgan his wife and John G. Cornelius and Mary Ann Cornelius of the first part and in consideration of the sum of one Dollar in hand paid by Robert Hill, William Ramsey and John Monroe, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do bargain, sell, remise, and forever quit claim unto the said Robert Hill, William Ramsey and John Monroe in trust forever, for the use of a public place of Burial, free for all those who may desire to use it as such, and to their receptors and those who may be constituted in their sted as agents, Trustees or otherwise to exercise the control and management of the said premises as hereafter described for the uses and purposes herein before expressed, towit, Part of Military Survey No. 2192 between the little Miami and Scioto Rivers in Warren County Ohio and on the waters of the former, situate on the South West boundary line of the late Benjamin Hill farm Beginning at a sugar tree in William Ramseys North East boundary line, thence N. 61 04’ E 3.91 chains to a stone between a red bud and walnut, thence N. 47 ¾ W 2.20 chains to a stone, then S. 55 1/4 W. 3.87 chains to a stone in said Ramseys aforesaid line, thence S. 50 1/4 E. 1.79 chains with said line to the place of beginning containing two rods and thirty eight poles of land the above is intended to, and does include all the graves and interments in what has been heretofore called Hills graveyard. In witness whereof the said Benjamin Morgan and Susana Mariah Morgan and John G. Cornelius and Mary Ann Elizabeth Cornelius have hereunto set their hands and seals this 3d day of September A.D. 1849.

Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
John Hopkins
Isabella her
X
mark
Hill
Recd. For Record Oct. 20th 1850
And Recorded
Nov. 8th, 1850
John R. Bone R.W.C.
By D. W. Bone, Deputy
[Written at a right angle to other text]
Benjamin Morgan {seal}
Susanna Maria Morgan {seal}
John G. Cornelius {seal}
Mary Ann E. Cornelius {seal}

 

 

 

The State of Ohio
Warren County
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Be it remembered that on this 3d day of September 1849 before the undersigned a Justice of the peace within and for the County aforesaid personally appeared the above named Benjamin Morgan and Susanna Mariah Morgan his wife, and John G. Cornelius and Mary ann Elizabeth Cornelius, the grantors in the foregoing deed of quit claim, and acknowledged the same to be their voluntary act and diid, for the uses and purposes therin expressed. And at the same time Susanna Mariah Morgan wife of said Benjamin Morgan, and Mary Ann Elizabeth Cornelius wife of said John G. Cornelius, being by me first examined separate and apart from their said husbands and made acquainted with the contents of the foregoing instrument of quit claim by reading the same to them, acknowledged that they did voluntarily sign seal and acknowledge the same, and that they are still satisfied therewith. John Hopkins J. P. ~~~


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19 Aug 2005  Arne H Trelvik
  • Names:
    This long abandoned cemetery has come to be known by a variety of names through the years, some placing the cemetery in Warren County and others placing it in Clermont county. The 1849 Warren County Deed refers to it as the Hill Graveyard. Using the names listed in "Ohio Cemeteries: 1803-2003" by the Ohio Genealogical Society, it is my belief that all of the following refer to this cemetery:
    • OGS #12238 - Hill-Wagoner Cemetery, Hamilton Twp, Warren County, Ohio
    • OGS #12259: Jones Paxton Cemetery, Hamilton Twp, Warren County, Ohio
    • OGS #12244: Ramsey Cemetery, Hamilton Twp, Warren County, Ohio
    • OGS #1808: Holmes Wagner Cemetery, Miami Twp, Clermont County, Ohio
  • Cemetery Readings:
    The results of a number of tombstone readings done at various times at this cemetery can be found in the following::
    • "Early Vital Records of Ohio, Warren County Records Volume 4", 1959,Turtlecreek Chapter D.A.R.
      Hill Cemetery on Earl Wagner Estate - lists 30 burials from an undated reading
    • "Gateway to the West, Volume 2" by Ruth Bowers and Anita Short , page 702-703
      Wagoner Estate Cemetery, Hamilton Twp, Warren Co. - lists 13 names and 4 footstones attributed to an undated reading of the cemetery by a Mrs. Gordon M. Hower
    • "Monument Incriptions Prior to 1900 from Cemeteries in Clermont County, Ohio, Vol. X" by Beech Forest Chapter, D.A. R. 1962, page 59-60
      Private Cemetery on Earl Wagner Property - lists 33 burials from undated reading
    • "Ohio Records & Pioneer Families, Vol. XIX No. 2", 1978 Ohio Genealogical Society, page 61
      The Ramsey Cemetery, Miami Twp, Clermont Co - lists 16 burials from 1947 reading.
    • US GenWeb Archives
      Ramsey Cemetery, Miami Twp, Clermont Co - transcription submitted by Shirlene Jensen on 4 Apr 2005 lists 16 burials from a 1947 reading by Joe M. Weine. This appears to be the same list as found in "Ohio Records & Pioneer Families, Vol. XIX No. 2"
23 Aug 2005 Arne H Trelvik Mary Ann Elizabeth Cornelius & Susanna Maria Morgan were both daughters of the late Benjamin Hill" mentioned in the deed.

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