Another tid bit to know.... there is a cemetery in the area that a resevoir was built there and the government moved graves to accomadate the flooding of this lake. -========================================================== [OH. Hannah Custer was buried in the Orangeville cemetery.] The sexton said her name was not included on the cemetery list. ===========================================================
I believe it is called Hillside Cemetery. The cemetery is still there but they moved some people out of this cemetery and put them into totally different cemeteries. So if this comes up in your research.... beware... people do seem to have " disappeared"! =========================================================== This happened to one member of our family. Hannah Custer.
Western Reserve Chronicle, 16 Dec 1891, Pg. 1., "Mrs. George Custer died on Tuesday, Dec. 8. Hartford Twp. Hannah's obituary. Orangeville cemetery; 1 mile south of Orangeville; on state line.Sharon-Hogue Rd.
HannahCuster d. 08 December 1891 at 78 years, Hartford Twp., Trumbull Co., OH. She was buried in the Orangeville cemetery. Her name was not included on the cemetery list.
The cemetery was moved to PA and there is a board posting the names of those that were moved. I believe there were about 30 names missed, among them the name of the wife of George S. Custer. I talked to the Sexton but do not spot the information right now in my data base. I told the Sexton about the newspaper blip.