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Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio

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  • Sergeant John Morrison, (USA) (1834 - 1885)
    John Morrison Son of James and Mary Hunter Morrison. Brother of James (1827-1879) and Thomas (1838-1908), buried same lot. Husband of Elizabeth Anne Procter. (cod = lungs) Burial 20 May 1885. ...
  • George Eustis (1795 - 1844)
    George Eustis Find A Grave Memorial ID # 158802726 Name George Eustiss Gender Male Age 51 Birth Date 10 Mar 1792 Birth Place Jay First Marriage Date 12 Mar 1821 Death Date 9 Mar 1844 Death Place C...
  • Sarah Eustis (1792 - 1868)
    Sarah Eustis (Baldwin) Find A Grave Memorial ID # 78925968 Name Sarah Baldwin Gender Female First Marriage Date 12 March 1821 Death Date 19 June 1869 Death Place Cincinnati Father Jotham Baldwin M...
  • Helen Morrison (1870 - 1955)
    Helen Morrison
  • William Morrison (1872 - 1933)
    William Morrison

Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum is a nonprofit rural cemetery and arboretum located at 4521 Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the third largest cemetery in the United States, after the Calverton National Cemetery and Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery and is recognized as a U.S. National Historic Landmark. (Wikipedia, CC BY-SA)

Notable burials

  • Jacob Ammen, Civil War general
  • Nicholas Longworth Anderson, Civil War colonel
  • Joshua Hall Bates, Civil War general
  • George K. Brady, United States Army officer. Briefly commander of the Department of Alaska
  • Emma Lucy Braun, botanist
  • Charles Elwood Brown, Civil War brevet brigadier general and U.S. Representative
  • Sidney Burbank, Civil War colonel
  • Jacob Burnet, US Senator
  • Samuel Fenton Cary, Congressman, prohibitionist
  • Kate Chase, daughter of Salmon Chase and Washington, D.C. Civil War socialite
  • Salmon P. Chase, Chief Justice of the United States
  • Henry M. Cist, Civil War brevet brigadier general
  • Levi Coffin, Quaker abolitionist
  • Arthur F. Devereux, Brevet Brigadier General during the Civil War; from Salem, Massachusetts
  • Daniel Drake, physician and writer
  • Charles L. Fleischmann, yeast manufacturer
  • Joseph Benson Foraker, Governor of Ohio, U.S. Senator, Judge, American Civil War Captain
  • Manning Force, Civil War Brevet Brigadier General, Medal of Honor recipient
  • James Gamble, co-founder of Procter & Gamble Company
  • Kenner Garrard, Civil War general
  • Heinie Groh, Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame third baseman
  • Theodore Sommers Henderson, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Andrew Hickenlooper, Civil War general
  • Joseph Hooker, Civil War general and commander of the Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Chancellorsville
  • Waite Hoyt, professional baseball player; Hall of Fame pitcher
  • Miller Huggins, Hall of Fame baseball manager of New York Yankees during Babe Ruth era
  • Isaac M. Jordan, one of the seven founders of Sigma Chi Fraternity
  • Bernard Kroger, founder of Kroger supermarkets
  • Alexander Long, Congressman
  • Nicholas Longworth (winemaker), Father of American grape culture
  • Nicholas Longworth, American politician, Speaker of the US House of Representatives, grandson of Nicholas Longworth (winemaker)
  • William Haines Lytle, 19th century Ohio, general, politician, poet
  • Joseph Mason, artist, who was an uncredited assistant to John James Audubon in illustrating the Birds of America
  • Stanley Matthews, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court* Alexander McDowell McCook, Union army general
  • Charles Pettit McIlvaine, Episcopal bishop, author, educator and twice Chaplain of the United States Senate
  • John McLean, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
  • George Hunt Pendleton, Congressman and US Senator
  • Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt, poet
  • William Procter, co-founder of Procter and Gamble
  • Skip Prosser, Wake Forest University men's basketball head coach at the time of his death, former assistant and head men's basketball coach at Xavier University
  • Henry Stanbery, Attorney General of the United States
  • Adolph Strauch, landscape architect, designer of Spring Grove Cemetery
  • Dudley Sutphin, Cincinnati attorney, judge and French Legion of Honor medal winner
  • Alphonso Taft, politician, father of President of the United States William Howard Taft
  • Charles Phelps Taft II, Mayor of Cincinnati and son of President William Howard Taft
  • Louise Taft, second wife of Alphonso Taft and mother of William Howard Taft
  • John Morgan Walden, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Godfrey Weitzel, Civil War general
  • Frances Wright, pioneering feminist, abolitionist, and freethinker