Gravestone Transformations is pleased to announce our new collection to spread awareness about saving the historical artifacts within our Nation’s cemeteries. Shop SmithRidge.Farm
Our core belief at Gravestone Transformations is that every monument, no matter what the size, is deserving of our respect and preservation efforts because they’re each significant to history, the history within each family, as well as, our Nation’s history.
Mallow-Hegler Cemetery in the Austin/Frankfort Ohio area is the final resting place of Adam Mallow Sr. and his family. Adam was captured by Indians as a child along with his mother and brought from Virginia (now WV) to the Frankfort area.
Wouldn’t she look amazing with some preservation work? #SaveOurMonuments #SaveOurCemeteries #SaveOurHistory #MakeCemeteriesSafe
Gravestone Transformations Offers A Convenient Way To Donate To A Cemetery Project Or An Ancestor’s Gravestone Project. Gravestone Transformations now offers a donation page on their website. To view their donation page, click HERE. Their donation page makes it convenient for communities to help the conservation and preservation efforts in their local historic cemeteries. The donation page also makes it convenient for families to preserve an ancestor’s gravestone. Do you have a historic cemetery that needs preserved in your local community? Do you have a family cemetery or an ancestor’s gravestone that needs preservation efforts made? Contact Gravestone Transformations. They’re located in Ohio, but their service area also includes the surrounding states.
Cemetery conservation and preservation project at Heidelberg United Church of Christ takes patience, heart and muscle.
Smith’s conservation work in the Heidelberg UCC cemetery is physically demanding and includes clearing brush, repairing broken memorials and resetting fallen monuments. He follows up his efforts of preservation by hand-scrubbing the gravestones to make them legible again. Mark Smith of Gravestone Transformations was initially drawn to the Fairfield County cemetery because he grew up in the area. After viewing the marble headstones scattered throughout the cemetery, however, he became more passionate about preserving Heidelberg.