The Warren County Genealogical Society

2012 Cemetery Restoration Workshop


The Null-Blinn cemetery is located on the grounds of what used to be the Clear Creek United Brethren Church in Christ Chapel located southeast of village of Springboro. The exact date the church [or cemetery] was established is not known but is said to be a very early date in the Beers History of Warren County, pages 593-594. About 49 burials in the cemetery are known of dating from the 1823 burial of Adam Blin to the 1894 burial of Henry Bean.


•South side of Red Lion-Five Points Road (TR 126) at junction with Null Boulevard - between SR 741 and Springboro Road (CR41)

•"Ohio Cemeteries 1803-2003" by the Ohio Genealogical Society , Cemetery #12206 [Null Cemetery]

•Coordinates: 39°31'43.76"N, 84°13'34.48"W

  1. TRS: Range 4 North Township 3 East Section 11

Cemetery Transcriptions:

•D.A.R. Turtlecreek Chapter & Warren County Historical Society (available at the Historical Society Library)

Warren County Genealogical Society

◦Pages 340 - 341 of Warren County Cemetery Records Volume 6 - see online index

◦Our thanks to Warren County Genealogical Society volunteer, Dana Palmer who has photographed all extant gravestones for the "Warren County Virtual Cemetery" Project. All of the photos have been added to this website. These efforts will be incorporated into the new cemetery books planned by the society.

•Other Known Transcriptions

Ivan and Sue Gilbert read the cemetery in the summer of 1985 and submitted their transcription of the gravestones found along with a plat showing their approximate location to the Ohio GenWeb Archives as the Clear Creek Chapel Cemetery.  Their transcription can be viewed at


  1. Null Cemetery #72 from WPA Plat Map Page 76

  2. 9 rows of 12 graves each

  3. lists Christian Zaring, Revolutionary War Soldier buried in Row 5 Grave 5

The Null-Blinn Cemetery Restoration Workshop will be held Sep 8, 2012, at the cemetery.

The Null-Blinn Cemetery, Springboro, Clearcreek Twp, Ohio

aka Clearcreek Chapel Cemetery