ABOVE: The west entrance
to the Darrtown Cemetery
The Darrtown Cemetery is located 1/2 mile west of Darrtown, on Schollenbarger Road. The Darrtown cemetery is maintained by the Milford Township Trustees.
Click the following links to access information about the two sections of the Darrtown Cemetery:
CEMETERY 3 - The Mapping Project
As of October 2019, this website includes a link to an interactive map that enables the viewer to review and/or search for names of persons buried in the Darrtown cemetery.
The following image is a reproduction of the interactive map. More information about the map is provided below the image, along with the link to the map.
The willingness of the Milford Township Trustees to share this information is greatly appreciated.
A big "THANK YOU" is extended to Milford Township Trustees Amy Butterfield, Paul Gillespie, and Brad Mills.
The township trustees partnered with Miami University professor, Dr. Robbyn Abbitt, and her students to produce the map. The students conducted the research and produced the map, at no cost to the township. This is a work in progress and after the Darrtown cemetery is completed, the focus will shift to the Collinsville cemetery.
On September 13, 2019, Mollie Hansel, Milford Township Fiscal Officer, provided the following description of the "Cemetery Mapping Project" that was developed cooperatively by the Milford Township Trustees and the Miami University Geospatial Analysis Center (GAC) in the Department of Geography.
"Professor Robbyn Abbitt has taken our request to map out the Milford Township Cemeteries for a class she teaches at Miami. This project has taken two semesters to complete just the Darrtown Cemetery. This current semester we will work out the bugs and move on to Collinsville Cemetery.
The students who have created this website are: Brody Betsch, Elizabeth Foreman, Connor McDonald, Ryan Seim, Austin Alvarez, Caitlin Buchheim, Patrick Collins, Emma Farahay and Thomas Gerris.
They have worked very hard on this project and we appreciate all that they have done!!"
MORE ABOUT THE GAC:
The advanced GIS course (GEO 442/GEO 542 - Advanced Geographic Information Systems) is considered a service learning/experiential learning course at Miami. Each semester students work for real-world clients with needs that can be addressed using geospatial tools and techniques. Past clients include:
• Butler County MetroParks
• City of Oxford
• Hueston Woods State Park
• Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA)
• Miami University Institutional Relations
• Miami University Natural Areas
• Miami University Physical Facilities Department
• Miami University Police Department
• Globe Insurance Agency
• Promospark promotional company
To access the interactive map, click the link at the bottom of this column.
TIPS ABOUT THE MAP:
Click the following link to access the
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