Lucas County Cemeteries Historical Association (LCCHA)

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Internet Resources

Name & URL
Description
Fee?
Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints; covers documents and records that the church has scanned worldwide. Such as: deaths, Catholic parish records, births,etc.
No
Records similar to FamilySearch plus extensive family genealogies contributed by individuals.
Yes
Links to finding obituaries.
Yes & No

HeritgeQuest

You first need to get a library card at the Toledo Lucas County Public Library (TLCPL), and then first log-in on-line. Then, tag the weblink on the first column. This has mortality schedules, censuses, city directories, etc.

No

(with TLCPL card)

Search for burials in the on-line burial database. Type "Lucas County, OH" for cemetery location. For searches by section/plot, see lists.
No
Digitized copies of Logbooks for Forest (1867-1970) and Collingwood (1940-1970) cemeteries of Toledo. [For other records, see scanned cemetery records.]
No
Burial record search for the Forest, Collingwood, Haughton, Maplewood, & Stateline Cemeteries. Called "GraveTracker". Scroll down the page, & can search by partial name and by date range.
No
Burial record search for North Oregon & Willow Cemeteries
No
Burial record search for Riverside Cemetery
No
Searchable lot cards for Historic Woodlawn Cemetery in Toledo. Lot deeds are not indexed, but can be browsed by surname. --- Site help
Cards card be copied and pasted into Find-a-Grave memorials.
No
Digitized paper logbooks for Calvary, Mount Carmel, and Sts. Peter & Paul . Plus St. Patricks & St. Patricks extra pages.
No
Cemetery records scanned by people (e.g. FamilySearch, LCCHA)
No

OWL

  • Fold3
  • Ancestry(Library Edition)
  • HeritageQuest
  • Sanborn Maps

1. Tag the "OPEN" button
2. Select "Genealogy" or scroll down to selections
3. Login when requested, enter library card #
4. Select "Toledo Lucas County Public Library"
5. Type in the feature desired.[For using Fold3, type "Ohio Soldiers", to get just the OH soldiers Burial cards search.]

No
(with TLCPL card)

Searchable GPS cemetery data; many gravestones photographs; with a subscription a GPS/family plots feature is available.
Yes, but basic info is free
Burials of World War I & II overseas, military cemeteries, Walls of the Missing at the East Coast Memorial, West Coast Memorial, and Honolulu Memorial; Corozal American Cemetery and Mexico City National Cemetery.
No
United States Department of Veterans Affairs gravesite locator
No
Tips for tombstone preservation & conservation procedures. Plus, a course on conservation.
No, may need Facebook
Click LCE SURVEY and turn off all sublayers. Then, follow roads to find the cemetery. Then click "Basemap Gallery" and then "Imagery" (dropdown). Then zoom in on the cemetery/section of interest to see individual gravestones in an aerial view. To find GPS control points for calibration of camera GPS systems, click LCE SURVEY and turn off all sublayers except "GPS_References". To find GPS point, tag "Measure" & the crosshair icon to get lat/long.
No
Description and pictures of tombstone symbols (United States)
No
Review of general law regarding operation of cemeteries and also of Ohio burial information.
No
User-contributed burial records for Lucas County cemeteries - Interment.com
No

Cemetery Complaint Form

A form of the "Ohio Cemetery Dispute Resolution Commission" within the Ohio Dept of Commerce, to allow review of complaints by the general public.

No

Funeral Home Death Records

Records of death records kept by the funeral homes of Lucas County, Ohio.

No

Veteran Lookup Procedure

This is a procedure and weblinks page for how to look up veterans.

yes & no

Registered Lucas County cemeteries

A list of all cemeteries registered with the state and are located in Lucas County, Ohio. Note: Family cemeteries and non-operating cemeteries do not need to register.

No

Genealogical Research

Organizations within Lucas County, Ohio who will help you with genealogical research.

yes & no

Ohio Archaeological Guidelines for Cemeteries

Online book of the Ohio Historic Preservation Office

No

LCCHA Cartography Standards

This is a description for how to interpret the LCCHA cemetery maps.

No

Michigan Civil War Soldiers

Procedure to find Civil war soldiers that served in Michigan regiments. Volume 19 is missing.

No

Ohio Civil War veterans

Use this index if you know the regiment and company, and you want to confirm the forename, surname, and age (i.e. birthyear) of the Civil War veteran.

No

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