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A Virtual Tour of Squire-Kallner Cemetery

Nestled in Madison Township, Scioto County, Ohio, Squire-Kallner Cemetery is a historical gem that we recently had the pleasure of visiting. This active cemetery, spanning approximately 1.5 acres, offers a unique glimpse into the past with burials dating back to 1815. Maintained by the Madison Township trustees, the cemetery is a testament to the rich …

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A Virtual Tour of Barrett Cemetery

Today, we ventured into the somewhat hidden Dixon Mills-Barrett Cemetery located off Dixon Mill Road in Harrison Township, Scioto County, Ohio. At first glance, this cemetery might go unnoticed by passersby, but upon closer inspection, it reveals a wealth of history and poignant tales from the past. With its origins tracing back to the early …

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A Virtual Tour of Howard Furnace Cemetery

On April 6th we ventured into Howard Furnace Cemetery, in Vernon Township, Scioto County, Ohio. This quiet, historic site lies adjacent to the remnants of the Howard Iron Furnace, reflecting the area’s rich iron-working heritage. With permission from the property owners, we were able to explore and document this poignant place, ensuring that the stories …

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A Virtual Tour of Shadrach Chaffin Cemetery

Shadrach Chaffin Cemetery, also known as Chaffin Cemetery #2, in Vernon Township, Scioto County, Ohio, offers a serene glimpse into the area’s history. As a part of the Wayne National Forest, this cemetery carries the legacy of Shadrach Chaffin, whose family land once encompassed the site. Established in 1871, the cemetery is distinguished by its …

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A Virtual Tour of Mount Zion Cemetery

Mount Zion Cemetery in Porter Township, Scioto County, Ohio, also known historically as Batterson Cemetery or Old German Cemetery, offers a unique glimpse into the area’s rich history. The cemetery, marked by a blend of marble and granite tombstones, dates back to the early 1900s, with some even earlier. This quiet resting place primarily contains …

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Mrs. Ivy Viola Lute

“Mrs. Ivy Viola Lute, 77, of Tatman Road, McDermott, died at 4 a.m. Sunday in Portsmouth General Hospital following a stroke which she suffered Thursday at her home. Born April 8, 1876, in Scioto County, she was a daughter of George and Drucilla Crabtree Lute. She was married to Daniel F. Lute who preceded her …