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Ohio / Michigan / Indiana Trip July 14-16th

Saturday July 14th, 2018

Leave Nashville at 11am for Cincinnati

Spring Grove Cemetery-  4521 Spring Grove Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45232

Berdnard Henry Kroger, Sr  119771=interment id garden LN Section 111, Lot 15 space 5

William Procter – 39715=interment id Garden LN Section 47, Lot 76 space 14

James Gamble –    garden LN Section 13, Lot 6 space 3

Arrive 6:45pm – Poasttown Elementary School Ghost Haunt – 6600 Trenton Franklin Rd, Middletown, OH 45042

Green Lawn cemetery- 1000 Greenlawn Ave, Columbus, OH 43223 

Merie Earls Actress. Sec 74, lot 222 Born in Morrow, Ohio, she began her career in 1960s, as the little old lady from Pasadena, in a series of car commercials for Dodge. Branching into television, she was best remembered for her role as Maude Gormsley on the series “The Waltons” (1972-79). She also was regular on the series “Green Acres”, “The Bob Newhart Show”, “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman”, “CPO Sharkey” and “Happy Days”. Her film credits included “Gaily, Gaily” (1969), “Norwood” (1970), “Crazy Mama” (1975), “Fatso” (1980) and “Going Ape!” (1981). She died at age 95 following surgery in Glendale, California.

Simon Lazarus  Section M, Lot 34

Samuel Medary – Territorial governor, Civil War journalist.  Section L, Lot 6

12 minutes to Ohio state Capital building – 1 Capitol Square, Columbus, OH 43215

10 minutes to Union cemetery – 3349 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH 43202 

  1. David Thomas (1932-2002) Founder of Wendy’s MAUSOLEUM CHAPEL B Lot :1_B Space :1

R – Clayton Jones (1923-1991) Co-founder of CompuServe

H – Harry K. Gard (1914-1987) Co-founder of CompuServe

15 minutes to Brady’s house – 2528 Sawmill Forest Ave Dublin, Oh 43016

Sunday, July 15th  
sunset 9:04pm for Put-in-Bay

52 minutes to President Warren Harding Grave Marion – 40.574129, -83.124118

2 hours to Brandywine Falls

27 minutes to Geauga Lake – 41.350759, -81.378958

45 minutes to Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland

James A Garfield Monument – 12316 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106 open 9-4pm

Alan Freed – the father of rock n roll.

Haserot’s Angel actually named “The Angel of Death Victorious,” The angel is located in Section 9 on Lot 14.

Dr George Washington Crile – Physician, Surgeon. He performed the first successful human blood transfusion and developed the Electrochemical Theory of Life.  41.5119019,-81.5864029

John Davison Rockefeller, Sr 41.5120163,-81.5910416 – Business Magnate. Best known as the patriarch of the socially prominent Rockefeller family of New York, the founder of the Standard Oil Company and founder of the Rockefeller Foundation

Rev Heinrich Christian Schwan – Minister, Father Of The American Christmas Tree. Lutheran pastor who emigrated to America in 1850.  41.5128098,-81.5961533

Henry Alden Sherwin – Business Magnate. He was the founder of the Sherwin-Williams paint company. 41.5144005,-81.5958023

Alexander Winton – 41.5099983,-81.5905991 automotive Pioneer. He immigrated to the United States from Scotland in 1878, settled in Cleveland, Ohio and began to manufacturer bicycles at the Winton Bicycle Company. He built his first motorized vehicle in 1896, organized the Winton Motor Carriage Company in March 15, 1897 and on March 24, 1898, he became known for the first commercial sale of an automobile in the United States. 

Erie Street Cemetery – 2254 E 9th St, Cleveland, OH 44115 – Indian Chief Thunderwater

A Christmas Story House – 3159 W 11th St, Cleveland, OH 44109

40 minutes to Ferry drop off point Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums

1337 Hayes Avenue  Fremont, OH 43420  open 9-5 every day but Sunday 12-5

Miller Ferry – Vehicles can round trip within the same day on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday. However, because of heavier traffic we are not able to round trip a vehicle within the same day on Saturday, Sunday or a Holiday Monday.   During Summer Schedules -Vehicles must be in line before 6:00 pm Daily in order to be guaranteed passage off Put-in-Bay.

Ferry Departs Catawba – 5174 E. Water St. Port Clinton,Ohio 43452


Site, Loop: 116, South Bass Non-Electric


Arrival: Sun Jul 15 2018   Departure: Mon Jul 16 2018

Length of stay: 1 (nights)

Checkin Time: 3:00 pm   Checkout Time: 1:00 pm

Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial open 10-6pm
93 Delaware Avenue  Put-in-Bay, OH 43456

Places that have walleye – Goat soup and whiskey, boat house bar

Monday, July 16th

Sunrise 6:11am for Put-in-Bay  Sunset 9:19pm for St. Joseph, MI

Henry Ford grave 42.3578911,-83.2012100 Saint Marthas Episcopal Church Cemetery

Rosa Parks – Rosa Parks Memorial Mausoleum in Woodlawn Cemetery 19975 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48203  Miles Davis,

Michael Jackson grave marker – Buried under the gravestone are two coffins filled with MJ memorabilia, collectibles and trinkets that were left by fans on the steps of the Motown Museum in Detroit not long after Michael passed. Woodlawn Cemetery donated this plot so he could be remembered by the Detroit/Michigan fans that made him & his brothers famous.

Temptations (lead vocalist David Ruffin) and Four Tops (lead vocalist Levi Stubbs) 

Woodmere Cemetery – 9400 W Fort St, Detroit, MI 48209 – Notable burials include David D. Buick (1854-1929), founder Buick Motor Company, Hamilton Carhartt (1857-1937), founder of Carhartt Inc., Henry M. Leland (1843-1932), founder of Cadillac and Lincoln luxury car brands, James Vernor (1843-1927), inventor of Vernor’s Ginger Ale, David Whitney (1830-1900), lumber baron, James E. Scripps (1835-1906), founder of The Detroit News and his son, William Edmund Scripps (1882-1952), founder of WWJ Radio.

1.5 hours to Point Pelee National Park in Canada

1.5 hours from Point Pelee to Tecumseh Gravesite Monument

157 Tecumseh Rd, Port Lambton, ON N0P 2B0,  Canada

42.606874, -82.519501

Walpole Island Ferry to USA 42.615047, -82.514588 – First Ferry from Canada: 6:50 a.m.    First Ferry from USA: 7:00 a.m.

Last Ferry from Canada: 9:45 p.m.    Last Ferry from USA: 10:00 p.m.

Michigan State Capitol – 100 N Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI 48933

Frederik Meijer Gardens – 1000 E Beltline Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525

His grave is in the Michigan Farm Garden, a replica of the Montcalm County childhood home of his wife, Lena, confirmed his son, Doug Meijer.

Nashville, Michigan 49073

10 minutes Gerald R. Ford Museum – 303 Pearl St NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504  open 9-5

Dick York (Richard Allen) – Plainfield Cemetery – 43.0771179,-85.5899658

St Joseph North Pier Lighthouse – 42.115199, -86.487777

Crown Hill Cemetery – 700 38th St, Indianapolis, IN 46208

Benjamin Harrison – 39.8188896,-86.1756134  in Indianapolis

John Herbert Dillinger grave – 39.8221178,-86.1648384

Indiana State Capitol – 200 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204

Nashville, Indiana 47448