Tag Archives: Holmes County cemeteries

Arnold Cemetery

Arnold Cemetery (aka St John’s Cemetery) is in a serene location of TR 362, where TR 618 intersects it.  The Amish Spring Meadow School is located across the street. Coordinates: 40.612879, -81.799537 I visited this cemetery on a gorgeous fall … Continue reading

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Accidental Cemetery~Pleasant Grove

This cemetery was on my flooded out detour route.  A few weeks ago we got several downpours over a few days that flooded our area.  I live in a valley that floods easily, so I had to take a detour … Continue reading

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Salem Cemetery

The Salem Cemetery is at the edge of Holmes County and almost in Coshocton County.  It is near my house, so the drive was not long.  The road, however, was dusty and bumpy. Township Road 82 runs off of SR … Continue reading

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Lunch and a Cemetery Wandering Around Glenmont

Since Glenmont is near my house, I ate some leftover gluten-free spinach spaghetti at home and drove west on CR 520 listening to Imagine: How Creativity Works by Jonah Lehrer.  When driving to this cemetery, look for the Glenmont sign. … Continue reading

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The Case of the Wayward Radishes

It was talked around all summer that someone had planted radish seed on Mr. and Mrs. Harbaugh’s graves at Oak Hill burying grounds, just to disgrace them. Click on the link below to find out why someone wanted to disgrace … Continue reading

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