See recent media coverage of the Worthington Cemetery Project, including a segment airing 7/26 on WTOL 11.
See that rise there? See that area that does not have soybeans planted in it? That is about where Worthington Cemetery is located.
Read the results of a GPR survey conducted at the suspected site of Worthington Cemetery in this guest article by Eric Hubbard & Chris LaMack.
Find out what the next steps are in Defiance Public Library System’s Worthington Cemetery Project.
Patience is the theme for the Worthington Project. Because of the sensitive nature of this project, all efforts are being made to simply show the anomalies in the subsurface of the ground.
It’s getting more interesting. This definitely describes the last few weeks of the Worthington Cemetery Project.
Information-gathering will soon be taking place at the site of Worthington Cemetery, as we pursue a historical marker for the spot.
Read Part I | Read Part II | Read Part III | Read Part IV | Read Part V The field is still there, most likely planted with a fresh crop at this time of year. We are inching a little closer to getting a historical marker placed to remember
Read Part I | Read Part II | Read Part III | Read Part IV | Read Part V | Read Part VI Bring in the super sniffers! It’s been almost a year since we first walked in the field. This project is well worth the time it is taking, and continues to unfold in many ways. KYK9