Loveland, Ohio – This month, a Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery display is at the Clermont County Administration Building, Recorder’s office.

The Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery officially has been classified as a historical site within the city.
Rob Geiger  (L) receives historical marker from City Manager Dave Kennedy
At the Jan. 24, 2023, Loveland City Council meeting, Rob Geiger of the Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery Association was presented with the plaque for a designated historical place. The plaque will be installed at the cemetery.
The cemetery is located in the White Pillars subdivision off SR 48.
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.


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