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Greenwood Cemetery (Hamilton, Ohio)

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Greenwood Cemetery
LocationHamilton, Ohio
Area695 acres (2.81 km2)
Architectural styleExotic Revival and Romanesque[1]
NRHP reference #94000771[1]
Added to NRHP1994-07-22[1]

Greenwood Cemetery is a registered historic district in Hamilton, Ohio, listed in the National Register of Historic Places on July 22, 1994. It contains 5 contributing buildings. Greenwood is designed in the style of a landscaped park and garden with mortuary art and statues among the graves.

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In 1848 the Greenwood Cemetery Association was created in order to establish a community cemetery. Land to create the cemetery was purchased from local resident David Bigham, and planned by Adolph Strauch. Greenwood Cemetery was modeled after Mount Auburn Cemetery in Boston and Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati which had also been designed by Strauch.[2]

Prominent Burials

Greenwood is the final resting place for Zapp lead singer and composer Roger Troutman and Family Feud host Ray Combs.

  • The cemetery also holds deceased veterans of wars from the American Revolution to the present, and the only Civil War general from Butler County Ferdinand Van Derveer.
  • Raymond H. Burke was a teacher, businessman and member of the United States House of Representatives from Ohio's third district.
  • Lewis D. Campbell was a U.S. Representative for Ohio. Over his political career he was elected as a Whig, Republican, Know Nothing, and Democrat, as well as colonel of the 69th Ohio Infantry during the Civil War.
  • Warren Gard was an attorney, prosecutor, jurist and member of the United States House of Representatives from Ohio.
  • Henry Lee Morey was an officer in the United States Army during the American Civil War and a politician and U.S. Congressman after the war.
  • John Woods (Ohio politician) was a U.S. Representative from Ohio.
  • John M. Millikin was a Republican politician in the state of Ohio and was Ohio State Treasurer from 1876-1878.
  • James E. Neal was a Democratic legislator from Hamilton, Ohio who was Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives in 1878 and 1879.
  • S. S. Warner was a Republican politician in the state of Ohio and was Ohio State Treasurer from 1866-1871.
  • Elijah Vance was a Democratic politician from Butler County, Ohio. He was Speaker of the Ohio Senate in 1835 and 1836.
  • Robert M. Sohngen was a lawyer from Hamilton, Ohio who was a justice of the Supreme Court of Ohio 1947-1948, as well as serving in other local, state and federal positions.
  • Samuel Herrick (politician) was a United States Representative from Ohio.

Historic uses

  • Cemetery


  1. ^ a b c d National Park Service (2007-06-30). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  2. ^ "History". Greenwood Cemetery. Retrieved 29 November 2014.

External links

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