Audio tour

Audio tourWestwood Cemetery Memorial Day Tour

Only in English

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  1. Audio tour Summary
  2. Audio tour Summary

    This tour, originally created by the Oberlin Heritage Center in 2017 as a guided tour, was meant to not only remember and commemorate those who sacrificed and died in service, but to honor all of the men and women who have served in the military branches of the United States. Along this tour, you will find stories of some of those who served in wars and conflicts dating back to the Civil War and all the way up to today. While only a few of those who served are highlighted in the tour, all respected.

    For more information about the Oberlin Heritage's Centers tours and programs, visit www.oberlinheritagecenter.org

    Technical notes: Although called an audio tour, this tour is based entirely in text and images. The GPS markers should guide you to within 10 yards of the respective grave stones. Please note that walking this tour will use data and your battery. A map of the historic Westwood Cemetery is included for your convenience.

    Depending on recent weather conditions, some of the grave markers may be partially or fully submerged under water or inaccessible due to saturated surrounding grounds.

  3. 1 Westwood Cemetery (Entrance at 455 Morgan Street)
  4. 2 Miriam A. Cornwell Williams (Section: S Lot: 149)
  5. 3 Warren T. Scott (Section: V Lot: 011)
  6. 4 Harry Edward Mason (Section: U Lot: 007)
  7. 5 Frank Zavodsky (Section: V Lot: 031)
  8. 6 John W. Steele (Section: R Lot: 022)
  9. 7 Soldier's Rest (Section SR)
  10. 8 Decoration Day (Memorial Day) Traditions
  11. 9 Louis C. Young (Section: Q Lot: 011)
  12. 10 Edith Metcalf (Section: Q Lot: 070)
  13. 11 Alonzo Pease (Section: I Lot: 041)
  14. 12 Wilson Bruce Evans (Section: C Lot: 036)
  1. Audio tour Summary

    This tour, originally created by the Oberlin Heritage Center in 2017 as a guided tour, was meant to not only remember and commemorate those who sacrificed and died in service, but to honor all of the men and women who have served in the military branches of the United States. Along this tour, you will find stories of some of those who served in wars and conflicts dating back to the Civil War and all the way up to today. While only a few of those who served are highlighted in the tour, all respected.

    For more information about the Oberlin Heritage's Centers tours and programs, visit www.oberlinheritagecenter.org

    Technical notes: Although called an audio tour, this tour is based entirely in text and images. The GPS markers should guide you to within 10 yards of the respective grave stones. Please note that walking this tour will use data and your battery. A map of the historic Westwood Cemetery is included for your convenience.

    Depending on recent weather conditions, some of the grave markers may be partially or fully submerged under water or inaccessible due to saturated surrounding grounds.

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  • Beth

    5 out of 5 rating 05-25-2018

    excellent!