Museum gets ready for holiday
Wednesday, Oct. 21, was “Apple Butter Day” at the Lawrence County Historical Museum. If you have reserved apple butter stop by and pick it up. The museum is open from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Sorry to say there are no more available reservations for the Christmas Tea at Nov. 14.
Christmas decorations are starting to appear at the museum. It is always very pretty and something you do not want to miss. Each room is appointed to someone to decorate. The museum is closed to the public but will re-open Nov. 1.
We are planning a special program for each Christmas Sunday. If you miss this, you will really be missing something different and new.
A special thank you to Leibert Corp for the gift they gave the society.
While traveling in Ironton today, I noticed the beautiful trees and flowers, especially on Fifth and Sixth streets. Ironton is a pretty town.
While continuing last week’s historical information about Lawrence County people buried in Cincinnati, we will go ahead and list some who have been buried in Spring Grove Cemetery.
Melvna Partlow Coddington 1862-1903
Charles D. Coddington 1859-1937
Sophia Otten Geier 1855-1922
Otto Otten 1848-1949
Elizabeth Tyler Otten 1855-1900
Dr. Charles M. Paul 1868-1906
Joseph Vincent Ricketts 1865-1906
Annie Sinton Taft 1852-1931
Earl E. Waugh 1894-1935
Let’s see how many of these names you can relate to.