Several members of the Sinerson family are buried in the family plot at Block 94 of Oakland Cemetery. According to the 1900 U.S. Census for Erie County, John and Mary Sinerson were both born in Germany, John having emigrated in 1866, and Mary in 1861. The Sinerson children were listed in the 1900 Census as:
John Sinerson, age 42
Martin Sinerson, age 30,
Emma Sinerson, age 29
Amelia Sinerson, age 28
Charles Sinerson, age 26
Anna Sinerson, age 20
Edwin Sinderson, age 9
The 1904 Sandusky City Directory indicates that John Sinerson, the father of the family, was the manager of the S. J. Kibler and Brother, Co., a company which dealt in hides. John Sinerson, the son, was the proprietor of the Murschel House, a hotel which also had a restaurant. The Murschel House was located opposite the railroad depot in Sandusky.
John Sinerson, Jr., died on November 22, 1903. His obituary in the November 27, 1903 "Sandusky Evening Star" reported that John had been "one of the best known men in the city...The deceased was of a cheerful disposition and made hosts of friends by his unique way of relating amusing stories and it is believed that he did not have an enemy in the city. His sudden death came as a shock to those who knew him best." John Sinerson, Jr. was only 35 years old at the time of his death.
John Sinerson, Sr. passed away on May 28, 1911. His wife Mary (also known as Marie or Maria) died on January 28, 1918. Other family members buried in the Sinerson family plot are: Charles Sinerson, who died in 1937; Martin Sinerson, who died in 1930; Katherine who was the wife of Charles Sinerson, who died in 1957; Anna Sinerson Hopf, who died in 1966; and an infant Sinerson, who died in 1899.