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Cedar Hill Cemetery of Hartford, Connecticut

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  • Johannes Kriisk (1902 - 1958)
    Rakvere kogudus: surmakuulutus (Vaba Eesti Sõna 26/6-1958): abikaasa surmateade 1999, kus on ekslikult Johannese vanemate nimed:
  • Alson Currie Patton (1897 - 1995)
    Patton. Alson Currie Patton Jr. ~ July 27, 1995 PATTON. Alson Currie Patton Jr., 98, a longtime Worcester, Mass., resident and retired actuary and mathematician, died July 26, in Worcester, Mass. Bor...
  • Lydia Johanna Kriisk (1908 - 1999)
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  • Frances Collins Dunham (1890 - 1944)
    She was always known as "Chan." She was described as a lively and fun-loving person who was active in social affairs and an enthusiastic sailor who taught her sons to sail. During summers, she spent mu...
  • Edson Fessenden Gallaudet (1871 - 1945)
    Edson Fessenden Gallaudet (April 21, 1871 – July 1, 1945) was a pioneer in the field of aviation, being the first person to experiment with warped wings in 1896. In 1898, he built a warping-wi...

Since 1864, Ceder Hill Cemetery in Hartford, Connecticut has served as the final resting place of some of the most important people in Connecticut and American history. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Cedar Hill Cemetery is a classic example of the "rural cemetery movement" that combines beautiful architectural and landscaping work with dignity for the deceased.

Much more can be learned about the Cedar Hill Cemetery and its significance in Hartford history at the Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation website.

Over 7200 interments are documented at the FindAGrave for Cedar Hill Cemetery; that site currently identifies 3 Very Famous among the 38 Somewhat Famous interments identified; those 3 Very Famous are J.P. Morgan.

Purpose of Project

The purpose of this project is simply to bring together Geni profiles of people -- famous or not -- interred at Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Notable Interred People

These are all notable people who have been interred at Cedar Hill. Please add them to the project as you come across their profiles.

  • Robert Ames – Actor
  • John Moran Bailey – Politician
  • Henry Barnard – Educator
  • James G. Batterson – Businessman
  • George Beach – Businessman
  • Leverett Brainard – Businessman/Politician
  • Donald Lamont Brown – Businessman
  • The Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell – Episcopal Bishop
  • Morgan Gardner Bulkeley – Businessman/Politician
  • Eliphalet Adams Bulkeley – Businessman
  • William Gedney Bunce – Artist
  • John Burnham – Civil War Soldier
  • Henry Ward Camp – Civil War Soldier
  • George J. Capewell – Inventor/Businessman
  • William Baxter Closson – Artist
  • Emily Parmely Collins – Women’s Rights Advocate
  • Elizabeth Colt – Businesswoman
  • Samuel Colt – Inventor/Businessman
  • Charles Custis – Businessman
  • Lemuel R. Custis – Tuskegee Airman
  • Katharine Seymour Day – Artist/Preservationist
  • Charles B. Dillingham – Broadway Producer
  • Albert Entress – Sculptor
  • Edward Miner Gallaudet – Educator
  • Sophia Fowler Gallaudet – Educator
  • Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet – Educator
  • Guilio “Johnny Duke” Gallucci – Boxer
  • William Glackens – Artist
  • Annie Warburton Goodrich – Healthcare
  • Rev. Francis Goodwin – Minister
  • William Gray – Inventor/Businessman
  • Henry Green – Former Slave
  • Charles K. Hamilton – Aviator
  • Joseph Roswell Hawley – Civil War Soldier/Businessman
  • Katharine “Kit” Hepburn – Women’s Rights Activist
  • Katharine Hepburn – Actress
  • Thomas Hepburn – Healthcare
  • Gilbert F. Heublein – Businessman
  • Nicholas Hudson Holt – Actor
  • Isabella Beecher Hooker – Women’s Rights Activist
  • Mark Howard – Businessman
  • Marshall Jewell – Businessman/Politician
  • Pliney Jewell – Inventor/Businessman
  • Walter & Henry Keney – Businessmen
  • Edwin Denison Morgan – Politician
  • John Pierpont Morgan – Businessman
  • Benjamin Wistar Morris – Architect
  • Col. Charles Harvey Northam – Businessman/Philanthropist
  • Michael P. Peters – Politician/Businessman
  • Albert Linder Pope – Businessman
  • Francis A. Pratt – Inventor/Businessman
  • Henry Roberts – Businessman/Politician
  • Thomas Henry Seymour – Politician
  • Virginia Thrall Smith – Children’s Rights Advocate
  • General Griffin A. Stedman – Civil War Soldier
  • Wallace Stevens – Poet/Businessman
  • Cincinnatus Taft – Healthcare
  • Allen Butler Talcott – Artist
  • James Terry – Businessman/Anthropologist
  • Isaac Toucey – U.S. Secretary of the Navy
  • Dorothy Ulrich Troubetzkoy – Writer
  • Joseph Hopkins Twichell – Reverend
  • Robert Ogden Tyler – Civil War Soldier
  • Charles Dudley Warner – Writer
  • Jacob Weidenmann – Landscape Architect
  • Gideon Welles – U.S. Secretary of the Navy
  • Horace Wells – Healthcare
  • Amos Whitney – Inventor/Businessman
  • Yung Wing – Educator
  • George Wright – Artist
  • Paul Zimmerman – Artist