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 SWAN CREEK CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS, MONCLOVA, OHIO

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Swan Creek Cemetery Inscriptions, Monclova, Ohio

Cemetery inscriptions from Swan Creek Cemetery in Monclova just south of Toledo

Description

Located along Route 20 in Monclova, Ohio, Swan Creek Cemetery is the final resting-place of nearly 1500 persons. Compiled by the Northwestern Ohio Genealogical Society in 1971, this database is a listing of tombstone inscriptions from the cemetery. It contains the decedent's name, death date, birth date, and other helpful information, including military service and familial relationships. For those seeking ancestors from northern Ohio, this can be a useful source of information.

Extended Description

Monclova, Ohio lies on the northern shore of the Maumee River, adjacent to Maumee, on the outskirts of Toledo. The Maumee River, and later, the Miami-Erie Canal which ran along side the river, was of great importance to the settlement of the area. Monclova is also the site of the "Battle of Fallen Timbers" fought by General "Mad Anthony" Wayne against the Indians in 1794 for control of the area.





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