Warren County Genealogical Society
Warren County, Ohio
Chapter of Ohio Genealogical Society

Corrington Cemetery
Deerfield Township

 

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This online index only lists the individual, death date (if known) and reference page. We are creating a master index of everyone who is buried in this county and their burial location to aid researchers. We are especially in need of people buried here who have no stones or whose stones no longer exist. If you have any of this information or if you have additional information for anyone who is buried in this cemetery, please email the Warren County Genealogical Society.
 

Cemetery Description

Cemetery Name

Corrington

Variant Name(s) Coddington, Carrington, Honerclaw

Township

Deerfield

Status

Inactive

First Known Burial

1848

General Condition

Neglected

Tombstone Condition

Poor

OGS Cemetery #

12212

Location:

Located on Mason Intermediate School grounds south of Mason on the Tylersville Road extension. (1 mile south of Mason on west side of CR 21.) Turn on Willow Lane into the school grounds.  Park in the lot across from the field. If you are in the parking lot looking at the intersection of Tylersville Rd and Willow the cemetery can be seen directly ahead surrounded by a metal fence. 

Coordinates:

39 20' 48.46" N, 84 18' 55.72" W

STR/ VMD

Section 35, Township 4 East, Range 2 North

Property Account:

1112716 (Mason City School)

Parcel ID:

16352780180

Map:

GIS Map of Location      Plat Map      Township Map
  • USGS GNIS - Not Listed.
  • TopoZone map at coordinates 39 20' 46"N, 84 18' 45"W
  • Warren County Auditor for the Mason City Schools Parcel - Property Account # 1112716 [Parcel ID 16352780180] - 58.1955 acres
  • Aerial Map from Windows.Live Local
  • Range 2 Township 4 Section 35 from Warner's 1867 Wall Map of Warren County, Ohio
  • See Page 631 of Beers History of Warren which says in part,
    " Joseph Coddington and Peter Tetrick were undoubtedly the first white men who made their homes in the township. Coddington settled on the forfeiture of Section 35. He was a Pennsylvanian by birth, and settled here about 1795; his first house was made of bark built against a log, and in it he lived while making his improvements. Having cleared some land, he raised corn and carried it on his back to Columbia to be ground, being gone some days at a time for this purpose. He afterward built a log house and continued his improvements. He shot deer and wild turkeys from the door of his cabin and had adventures with bears and wolves. He had a family of ten children who grew up, married and raised families. His descendants write their name Corrington. Joseph Coddington and two of his sons served in the war of 1812."

 

Cemetery History

Joseph Coddington, who is a Revolutionary War & War of 1812 veteran, is buried here as well as his wife, Sarah, and their son Ezra. 

Cemetery Transcriptions

Tombstone Images

Gravestone photos for the Warren County, Ohio Virtual Cemetery Project are being posted to the Warren County OHGenWeb Project
To view images ===> Corrington Cemetery
To submit images ==> email to Arne H. Trelvik at atrelvik@gmail.com [please send high resolution digital images if available]

 

Alphabetical Index

Photo

Deceased

Death

Veteran

Cemetery

Vol

Page

Coddington, Ezra

1853

Corrington

6

359

Coddington, Joseph

1848

Rev. War & War of 1812

Corrington

6

359

Coddington, Sarah

Corrington

6

359

 


 

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