New single lot section

Bridgetown Cemetery Tour #1

New single lot section

Bridgetown North, Ohio 45211, United States

Created By: Bridgetown Cemetery


This section was laid out in the early 1900’s to handle a continued influx of newer residents in the early 20th century as roads improved and newer transportation options like streetcars and early automobiles began to be available to residents of the area. This section was laid out next to two houses on Nicholas Ave, which was a small dead-end street which also was home to the nuns house across the street at St. Aloysius Gonzaga Roman Catholic Church. Nicholas Ave was later joined together with Weirman Ave and Nicholas Ave took the name Weirman Ave. Weirman Ave is named after the Weirman Family, from which several members of their family acted as Marshals for the village of Cheviot. The two houses adjoining this section were used by several sextons of the cemetery, as well as several ministers of the First German Protestant Church. These houses were torn down in the 1960’s for the parking lot and fellowship hall for Pilgrim United Church of Christ.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Bridgetown Cemetery Tour #1


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