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These tombstone photos have been generously donated by Nora Sturtevant Bouvier, 26 Jan., 2007.
This cemetery is located at 3607 Pearl Rd. (when traveling there, look for the exits for Pearl Rd. and also for Brooklyn signs, as the area is still referred to as Brooklyn/Brooklyn Heights. It was established in 1876 and was originally part of 102 acre farm of Titus Brainard. The Brainard/Foster/Fish families were the first settlers (1812) of this area. James and Ebenezer Fish Jr., walked the entire way form Groton, CT. They settled in what became the Village of Brooklyn, which later became part of the city of Cleveland. Both Administration Building and the stone chapel are National Hisitric Buildings.The most recent update to this page made on 2 Feb., 2007.
|Turner, Nancy M., Feb. 2, 1831 - Mar. 22, 1921 -Mother- Nacy (Wilson) Turner, wife of Asa Mariner Turner.|
|Turner, Asa M., Feb. 8, 1822 - May 29, 1901 -Father- Asa Mariner Turner, husband of Nancy (Wilson) Turner.|
|Turner, Andrew Wilson, Oct. 14, 1899 - Mar. 2, 1922; Jane Turner Fish, Aug. 6, 1859 - Jan. 4, 1937 Jane is also known as Jennie M. Fish. Her husband, John Stanton Fish, buried at Denison, was my great-grandfather. John Stanton Fish was the son of Ebenezer Fish, Jr. and was Mayor of the Village of Brooklyn at the same time that John Naaf was a councilman. I have genealogy on Ebenezer Fish Family & down, willing to share data.|
|Naaf, Harriet Turner, Mar. 1899, 20; John A., Sept. 1901, 18; Joseph Turner, Oct. 1915, 25 Click here for closer view of memorial. John Naaf was a councilman of the Village of Brooklyn in 1879.|
|Zika, Alice Turner, Sept. 28, 1872 - Sept. 16, 1968|
|Zika, Anthony Victor, Dec. 23, 1872 - Jan. 6, 1940|
|Naaf Old cemetery receipt dated & signed.|
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