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This beautiful coffee table book tells a story of the Cincinnati area’s history and values through the public artwork it displays. The sculpture of the late 1800s celebrates Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s strong German heritage, memorials commemorate the people who contributed to the growth of the Greater Cincinnati area, and contemporary themes delight and amuse us—a potpourri of artwork from national and internationally known artists.
This volume includes names from 82 churches (Catholic included) and more than 29,000 entries.
There are 17,383 entries in this index. This index contains information on how to obtain copies of the original records, the ethnicity and religious affiliations of those interred in specific cemeteries, location of the correct cemetery in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Butler, and Clermont Counties, Ohio and Northern Kentucky. Also included are burial statistics relating to the nativity of the deceased.
This index is particularly helpful to researchers as it supplements the destroyed 1890 Federal Census.
This book is particularly valuable to researchers as the years included are those leading up to the 1884 Courthouse fire. The records used for this index are meant to supplement the records used in the Restored Marriage Records series by Jeffrey G. Herbert, whose records came primarily from newspapers and churches. In addition, a list of justices of the peace is included as well as an extensive list of ministers, priests, rabbis, elders, mayors, or others who performed marriages in this county during this time period, along with their location and/or church affiliation. Information is included that will help the researcher obtain copies of the original documents.
This volume includes more than 35,000 names recorded for 17,958 marriages that took place during this time period.
This publication is a continuation of the marriage index series outlined above and contains more than 32,000 names recorded for 16,145 marriages that took place during this time period.
This history covers German-American immigration from the 19th century through its continued impact on the present. It explores the early German history of Missouri through the translated and edited writing of Gustav Koerner, learn about the German pioneers Gottfried Duden and Friedrich Muench through the writings of Dorris Keeven Franke and Siegmar Muehl, and read the words to the Catawba Wine Song and Wine Song by Friedrich Muench.
It is reported that the men cleared the land for this church and the women and local bakers baked the bricks in their ovens. This beautiful history relates the beginning of Catholicism in Cincinnati and follows the changes and progression of this historic German parish in the Over-the-Rhine district as it continues to meet the needs of its neighbors and parishioners. Included is a biographical sketch of each pastor who has served the parish up to 2002, a biographical sketch of each of the priest-parish sons, names of the sisters and brothers who served the school, organizations and their members in 1942 and 2002, and much more information. There is also a chapter on the history of St. Paul’s Church.
The records indexed for this book are from original and microfilmed records. The index includes 8,153 entries. T. P. White and Sons Funeral Home originally was located in New Richmond, Ohio, and later in Mt. Washington in Hamilton County, Ohio, and presently is in a location that serves the population of both Hamilton and Clermont counties.