The URL for this free site index is http://www.usgwarchives.net/oh/ohfiles.htm
Click here if you are stuck in a frame or want to go to the index page.



USGW Archives Project Logo
Hamilton County
Table of Contents
OHGenWeb Archives Logo

This page was last updated Sunday, 27-Mar-2011 00:52:24 EDT

Menu

Biographies

Cemeteries

Census Records

Church Records

Deeds

History
- Ford's [1881]

Land Records

Military Records

Newspapers

Obituaries

Photos
- Esterman
- Meiners

Vital Records

Wills


Submission Forms


Photos of the Meiners Family

The information for this site
was contributed by
Sharlotte Kathleen Bridgette Neely Donnelly
Email Sharlotte at donnelly@one.net
Visit Sharlotte's Web Page

The photograph below is of Heman Heinrich Meiners (1821-1904) and his third wife, Elizabeth Mary Kreke Meiners (1845-1922), of Cincinnati, taken about 1880. Herman Meiners was a member of the German Pioneers of Cincinnati.

Photograph of Heman Heinrich & Elizabeth Mary Kreke Meiners
 
The photograph below is of the Meiners third child, George Gerard Meiners (1875-1954), in Green Hills Township about 1944. George Meiners was a member of the Board of Directors of the Kroger Company. It was George Gerard Meiners who founded the tri-state s Sacred Heart Press and began the family enterprise of making Sacred Heart badges, many carried by American Catholic soldiers into battle during World War II and later wars. From him the manufacture passed to his son-in-law, Thomas James Donnelly (1900-1980), then his grandson, Thomas Meiners Donnelly (1934-1997), and then to his Donnelly great-grandchildren, especially Thomas Christian Donnelly (1956-) and Mary Jude Donnelly Gruenschlaeger (1964-). In 1999 Thomas Christian Donnelly and his mother, Mary Stauber Donnelly (1934-2000), presented one of the badges to Pope John Paul II via his Swiss Guards at the Vatican.

Photograph of George Gerard Meiners
 
Return to Hamilton County Photos Index

The OHGenWeb Archives website is found FREE at
http://www.usgwarchives.net/oh/ohfiles.htm

Ohio Addition/Correction Report

Links to the county OHGenWeb pages for additional information
on the county, including queries, lookup volunteers, mailing lists,
and other research assistance are located on the following page.
http://www.ohgenweb.org/counties.php

You may search the OHGenWeb Archives by any keyword (Surname, etc.) at the the Ohio Archives Search Engine.

Submissions Wanted! There is a mailing list to share your original Ohio source material... wills, deeds, bible records, tax lists, cemetery files, pension applications, obituaries, old letters, marriage lists, etc... with other Ohio researchers. It's easy... see Here!

SUBMISSION FORMS: These forms at http://www.genrecords.org/ohfiles/ allow you to type your record and submit it. This will create a file in a format acceptable for OHArchives and ready for posting. These forms are not mandatory and if you have data already typed please send it in text format to the Archives File Manager. Copies of the information will be sent to either OH-FOOTSTEPS-L list.

If you have files to submit, please go to one of the following: Ohio submissions page, the OH-FOOTSTEPS mailing list page or submit them to Maggie Stewart.

The surname specific files are named using soundex codes. To look up the soundex code for your family name(s), please visit the Soundex Conversion Program Page.


The Archives are growing rapidly!
Please visit again!


Go to OHGenWeb Archives Table of Contents
Go to the OHGenWeb State Page
Go to the USGenWeb Index Page
Go to the USGenWeb Archives Index Page
Background & Archives Logo created by and
Table of Contents maintained by:
Maggie Stewart, OHGenWeb Archives File Manager.