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  1. The Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery, located at Ramsey Court in the White Pillars Subdivision in Loveland, Ohio, needs funding in order to help preserve our local history. The project will entail eradication of several dying trees, procurement of appropriate permits, site preparation and erection of a nice 4’ aluminum decorative fence. The Paxton-Ramsey Cemetery Association, Inc. is seeking $10,000 in funding. The local Clough Valley Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is sponsoring a grant proposal submission to their National Society.
    The Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery originated in 1813 with the burial of Lt. Col. Thomas Paxton, a Revolutionary War Soldier, on land that he received for his military service. Paxton’s original land grant was 1,000 acres starting in Warren County and sweeping into Clermont County. In 1795 Paxton and his sons-in law came to claim the property and a year later sent for their wives and children to join them in their new home.
    Lt. Col. Paxton (1739-1813) served with General George Washington at Valley Forge in 1777 and with General Anthony Wayne at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794. Lt. Col. Paxton is considered the first permanent settler between the Little Miami River and the Scioto River in the Virginia Military Tract, credited with raising the first crop of corn, and was the founder of Loveland. Paxton’s involvement is quite extensive helping Lytle with surveying lands in Clermont County down to parts of today’s community of Hyde Park, having the first polling place in Clermont County and helping with the statehood of Ohio. Captain John Ramsey, a son-in-law, was buried in the cemetery in 1847, along with other family members until 1913. Captain John Ramsey (1764-1847) was a Revolutionary War Patriot and one of the first settlers of Clermont County with other family members. He was considered a proficient hunter even though his leg was amputated as a result of carrying out military duties.
    In 1997 the Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery Association, Inc. was formed and earned the status as a nonprofit (501c3) organization, and it is managed by a Board of Trustees. Much needed restoration of the cemetery took place with restoration of headstones, replacing the barbed wire fencing and removal of brush.
    The Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery is a hidden gem locally, State-wide and nationally! ” We are fortunate to have such a historical site right in our own thriving town,” stated Jan Beller, Director of the Loveland Museum Center (Greater Loveland Historical Society).
    We are looking to form a grassroots partnership along with members of the community and area businesses to have an attractive historical point of interest site in Loveland. ”Our grant application submission date is December, 2018 and improvements will start in the summer of 2019”, said Rob Geiger, President of the Cemetery Association and sixth generation grandson of Lt. Col. Thomas Paxton, fifth generation grandson of Capt. John Ramsey.
    Please consider a charitable gift to show your support of this historical preservation project by sending your tax-deductible contribution. If you have any questions, want a tour of the cemetery or to contribute to Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery Association please contact us at Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery Association Inc., C/O Rob Geiger, President, PO Box 25, Loveland, Ohio, 45140, or email geigercounter@hotmail.com.

  2. FYI: Enyart Road is closed one block south (?) of W. Loveland Rd. Looks like sewer line work. No information on how long it will be closed off. It just started today and it’s quite a drive around to get around it.

    • This is all the information we have at this time. Thank you for giving us the heads up Diana.

      Symmes Township, Ohio – The Hamilton County Engineer has announced that Enyart Road will be closed at Shallowcreek for the installation of a sanitary sewer through Friday, August 31 (weather permitting).  Larry Smith Inc. is the contractor.

      The detour will be routed over McKinney Road to East Kemper Road to Montgomery Road and vice versa.

      Any problems or questions should be direct to either Eric Vornheder with Larry Smith Inc. at (513)367-0218 or to Coy Tucker with the Hamilton County Engineer at (513)946-8430.

  3. Hello we were wondering how much it cost to advertise on this page.
    Our company is Walkers Concrete and we are located in Goshen Ohio

    You can reach us at 513-315-7751
    Thanks Rachel

  4. The League for Animal Welfare operates the area’s oldest non-profit no-kill animal shelter. Our annual fundraiser Pet Jam will be held at Grailville in Loveland on September 30. How can we submit information on this event for inclusion on your website and Facebook page?

    Thank you!

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