Wyandot Co., OH
St. Joseph Cemetery
Last update 29-Dec-2005 11:00 AM
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|Location in Salem twp. on CR 103 about .35 mile north of CR 44 on west side|
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Spreadsheets on the "surname page" links below were completed by: Carolyn Reinbolt.
She took extra time to look up additional information in: the SSDI, her own database, the IGI, and in the Ohio death records online. 432 graves she entered here for this cemetery!!!
Note: I have a total of 461 photos!!
We took 2-4 shots (one up close of inscriptions, one back to see all of stone) of some of them, as they were hard to read in any distance. This cemetery is "not exactly straight" on the rows, and I see we missed a few. However, we got the "majority" of 'em!!
SEE NOTES BELOW LISTING
Click on a page link above to see complete listing
This is the original list and photos (from Kathy Baker) that I started with:
|Surname||given name at death||birth date||death date||age at death||notes|
|Brodman||Margaret||12 feb 1899||42y||w/o Henry|
|Brooks||Sebastian||25 jan 1900||32y|
|Eberle||Anton||22 apr 1887||72y 4m 9d|
|Eberle||Luzia||11 dec 1809||8 sep 1879||69y 8m 25d|
|Everly||Katherine||59y 11m||name is on Elizabeth Heckman monument|
|Heckman||Elizabeth||1760||8 jul 1858||92y 7m|
Notes from Kathy Baker:
Brodman, Henry and Margaret: Margaret was the daughter of Benedict Logdson and Catherine Engelmann.
Brooks, Sebastian: was unmarried. He was the son of Sebastian Brooks and Margaret Pauly. This information was also in the St.Joseph's Church burial records.
Eberle, Anna: This headstone is for Anna (Orians) Eberle (once again the Eberle is misspelled). She was the daughter of Joseph Orians and Salome Shumaker. She was 31 years old She is listed in the 1901 St.Joseph's Catholic Church death records as the wife of Reuben. She died on January 22, 1901 and was buried on January 25, 1901.
Eberle, Anton: This is the poor headstone for Anton Eberle who committed suicide on April 22, 1887. He was buried on April 24, 1887 in St.Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Salem Township, in unhallowed ground. Row X, L1 His cross has not been there for many years.He was christened on Dec. 13, 1814 in Hemmendorf, Wurtemberg, Germany. so probably born December 1814. Age at death 72y 4m 9d. His parents were Peter Eberle and Magdalena Hengerinn. He was married to Luzia (Saile) Daub.
Eberle, Luzia: born on Dec. 11, 1809, in Hemmendorf, Wurtemberg, Germany. She was the daughter of Ludwig Saile and Maria Anna Huft (Maria's parents were Michael and Francisca Starck). Luzia married Anton Eberle on Jan. 27, 1846.They were early pioneers of Salem Township and Anton was one of the first St. Joseph's Church members. Previously married to a Daub.
Heckman, Elizabeth: Elizabeth (Heil) Heckmann (born 1760), died July 8, 1858. She was the mother of Katherine Heckman/Heckmann (Heumann) Eberle, variations of this spelling are seen in many places, who was married to Henry Eberle. Katherine died Jan. 1, 1855 Apparently the headstones say Everly but this is incorrect, Eberle is correct. These people are related to one of the original pioneers of Salem Township, John Shumacher. Katherine and Elizabeth are both listed in the St. Joseph's Catholic Church Death records.
Kathy has also sent copies of some early church burial records Click on the page to view it:
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