Yes, the cemetery is on land that belonged to my g-g-grandfather, John Strayer. He bought the land & came into the Monclova area ca. 1831/2 (different records state different dates). According to my uncle, the land the church was on was deeded by a Strayer relative with the condition that if the church wasn't used, the land would revert back to the Strayer family. However, they tore the church down last year & no one has been contacted that I know of. My great-uncle was the pastor at the church. Although it feels like it is a family cemetery, since all the families seem linked through marriage, it actually is a community cemetery. There is now a second cemetery in Monclova. I was there in March for my aunt's burial. My understanding is that the caretaker's records burned years ago. I've been told that Monclova Township does have records of the cemetery plot deeds, but I've never checked that out. One of the Lucas County genealoy societies did read the tombstones years ago & a copy of this book is located in the Genealogy portion of the Toledo Lucas County Library. A film copy is located at the NW Ohio Center for Archival Collection located at the Jerome Library, 5th floor, BGSU, Bowling Green, Ohio (right on campus). Both places will do research for a fee. There are very old original tombstones there. I have made copies of my g-g-g- grandparents tombstones, Catherine & Peter Strayer, although they are slowly becoming very hard to read. The oldest portion of the cemetery is located on the west side. There is also a very small portion (maybe one family) buried there that were catholic.