St. Mary cemetery, Marion Co., OH


Marion Co., OH

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St. Mary's Cemetery

Last update 05-Apr-2002 12:40 PM


Location notes: (supplied by Laurel Baker)

It's inside the city of Marion, on the north west corner of the intersection of Mt Vernon Boulevard and Delaware Avenue (old route 423). It's catty cornered to the Harding Memorial so if they follow the signs to it they'll find it without any problems. The Marion Cemetery is on the North East Corner of the same intersection, the Harding Memorial is on the South East Corner, and the Veterans Memorial Park (with memorials to all wars) is on the South West corner. The St Mary's Cemetery has no on-site office, everything is handled from the St Mary's Parish office downtown at 251 Main St, telephone # 740 387-4405.

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Wyandot county cemetery locations

Surname given name at death birth date death date age at death notes
Daly Catharine, nee Bourk 12 May 1836 12 March 1874   w/o John Harley; b. Ireland: d. Scott twp. Marion Co.
Daly John Harley 24 jun 1848 30 mar 1897   b. Co Dublin, Ireland (calculated date), d. Claridon Twp, Marion Co., Ohio
Bray Anna 1898 1988    
Bray John S 1881 1964   s/o John and Maria (Barry) Bray
Bray John Matthew 1898 1972   s/o Patrick Joseph and Catharine (Dwyer) Bray
Coulter Ellen Orians 2 feb 1900 24 dec 1997   d/o William V and Mary Ellen (Donnelly) Orians
Orians Henry 1840 1908   s/o Johannes and Helena (Gaa) Orians; h/o Carolina Angst
Orians Joseph Walter 1874 1910   s/o Henry and Caroline (Angst) Orians
Orians William Otto 6 jun 1895 9 jul 1984    

information about this cemetery

(provided by Laurel Baker, email:

"John and Catharine's [Daly] stone was originally in the Catholic part of Marion Cemetery but it was moved with the other stones (and as many bodies as they could still locate) across the street to St. Mary's when it first opened (year unknown but I can find out if you need to know). Marion Cemetery started using the old Catholic part of their cemetery again a few years ago. When they dig a new grave any old bones they find are taken across to St Mary's and re-interred with appropriate blessings by the church. I'm e-mailing the priest tonight, and so long as he has no objections, I'll
start taking photos of the older stones the next time I'm up that way. -Laurie "