Hamilton County, Ohio Burial Records, Volume 5: Crosby and Whitewater Township Cemeteries


Whitewater township was named in 1803 as a territorial division of Hamilton County, Ohio to include all that part of the county west of the Great Miami river. In 1804 this area was subdivided again to form Crosby township. Today Whitewater township is bounded on the west by Dearborn County, Indiana, on the north by Harrison and Crosby townships and on the east and south by the Great Miami river. Crosby township is bounded on the south by the Great Miami river and Whitewater township, on the west by Harrison township, on the north by Butler County, and on the east by the Great Miami river, separating it from Colerain township. “A brief history and status report for the cemeteries in the above named townships is given in the introduction together with the existing records. A list of standard abbreviations and their meaning, as used to record information about burials, is also included. Row and/or section and lot are given when available.

Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society

(1993), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 80 pp.

ISBN: 9781556139178