Tufts Schildmeyer Funeral Homes, Inc was established in Maineville, Ohio in 1840 by Seth G. Tufts as an undertaking and carriage shop. After a fire, the business moved to Loveland at the turn of the 20th century and continues to be operated by the descendants of the founder at locations in Loveland, Blanchester, and Goshen. They have a website at http://www.tuftsschildmeyer.com/ Due to fires, first at their Maineville location and later at their first Loveland location, no records are available prior to June 1st, 1919. Since then, 51 volumes of funeral home records and ledgers for Tufts Schildmeyer Funeral Home document 11,247 funerals conducted from June 1st, 1919 through 2000 from the Loveland location.
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for viewing at the Warren County, Genealogical Society
Resource Library in Lebanon. If you cannot visit in person, see
procedures for requesting photocopies of individual records by mail.
Mail Order Photocopy Request Form.
The original records are located at the Tufts Schildmeyer Funeral Homes, Inc.
PLEASE NOTE: The amount of information in an individual record varies greatly. Some list only a name and date while others contain substantial information about the individual and family.
|Uchtman||Elizabeth||1981||Laurel Memorial Gardens||32:135|
|Uchtman||George Fred||1989||Laurel Memorial Gardens||40:7|
|Uchtman||Zella Mae||1999||Vine St Hill||50:167|
|Udry||Gordon L||1989||Arlington Memorial Gardens||40:203|
|Upshaw||Lottie Lucille||2000||Little Zion, Athens, AL||51:184|
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