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Green Lawn Cemetery
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Franklin County, Ohio
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Rules and Regulations (1908)

A red star () in front of a name indicates that the person or family is historically significant in the Columbus area if not nationally or internationally. For instance, twenty-eight former Columbus mayors are buried at Green Lawn, as are five former Ohio governors.

Much of the information found in the "bullet" comments given with some individuals comes from Joe Fleshman and Richard Browning.  Many thanks to both of you! I must also give special thanks to Sandi Latimer, Green Lawn Volunteer Coordinator, for providing me a wealth of tips, information, and fun facts; but best of all she pointed me in the right direction to find things for myself.

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Mandy Clark () (mc)
Regina Gray, (rg)
Scott Hawley, (hawley)
Sandy Holladay () (sh)
Mary Ann Klein () (mak)
Karen Michaelis, () (km)
Kelly Nail (kn)
Joyce Robinson (jr)
All other photos were taken by David K. & Leona Gustafson


(Click on the underlined name to view the photograph)

  • Fairbanks, Mom, Lucille May, 1905-1962 [Section 113 Lot 9]
  • Fairchild, Mary Lou, June 25, 1955 [Babyland]
  • Falck, Carl (Obituary; no photo)
  • Fales, Charles [Gardner], died Dec 31, 1878, aged 55 years and Martha, wife of Charles, died Sep 19, 1877, aged 50 y 7 m 21 d (Whole Stone) [Section V Lot 231-S]
  • Falter (See Ruegg)
  • Fanning, James Ulysses, died 1936, Father; Ella Stevenson, died 1953, Mother; and on back of this stone Robert, died 1875; Nettie, died 1902; Mother, died 1930; and Father, died 1920; [Section 54]
  • Farber, Carl A., CIVILAIN [Section 51, Block A-27]
    • Child, died 19 Apr 1890, remains reinterred 23 Dec 1896
  • Farquhar Plot Monument
  • Farrand, Frank, died 15 Apr 1942 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Fassig (Plot Monument in Section 37 Lot 9)
  • Faultless
    • Son, Albert C., 1906-1962 [Section 102]
    • Daughter, Mary, wife of Harry, June 16, 1875-Nov 8, 1894 [Conributed by Jerry Feyh]
    • Mother, Mary Ann, 1878-1965 [Section 102]
      • Mary (Ash) Faultless, daughter of Thomas & Mary Ann (  ?  ) Ash, b June 16, 1875 England (interment card says Jan 16, 1868); d Nov 8, 1894 Columbus, OH
  • Fay
    • Myra (Barnes), wife of Cyrus, died July 24, 1849, aged 40; George Howard, son of Cyrus & Myra, died Feb 7, 1862, aged 26 yrs and Mary Fay Going, dau of Cyrus & Myra, died Feb 3, 1909, aged 88 yrs; Cyrus, Feb 17, 1796-Oct 2, 1872, aged 77 yrs; and Catharine Augusta, widow of Milton Powers and dau of Cyrus & Myra Fay, died Nov 7, 1879, aged 52 yrs 2 mos and Myra Barnes Going, July 6, 1844-Aug 28, 1846 (Whole Stone) [Section C Lot 21]
      • Cyrus Fay was a founding member of the Green Lawn Cemetery Association.
    • Plot Monument [Section 70 Lot 24] (hawley)
        Listed in order photographed
      • Byron A., 1882-1965 (hawley)
        • Son of Herbert and Dora (Hawley) Fay, born Nov 1882, died 30 Aug 1965
      • Dora E., 1857-1943 (hawley)
        • Dora E. Hawley Fay, 15 Oct 1857 in Union Twp., Union, Ohio, died 26 Nov 1943 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Hawley, Jr and his second wife, Melinda Fulton (they are buried at Milford Center Cemetery).
      • Herbert, 1848-1916 (hawley)
        • Herbert Delmore Fay, son of Phillip Smith Fay and Amie Deland Fay, born 2 Sep 1848 in London, Madison, Ohio, died 24 May 1916 in Columbus.
      • Margaret P., 1887-1980 (hawley)
        • Wife of Byron A. Fay, she was born 28 Nov 1887, died Dec 1980, possibly at Toledo, Lucas, Ohio; buried 18 Dec 1980
    • The Perry Fay Family [Section 100 Lot 33] (hawley)
        Listed in the order photographed
      • Barbara Curtis, August 12, 1930-October 12, 1963 and David Edwards, October 13, 1929-October 12, 1963 (hawley)
        • Both killed in auto accident (newspaper story); David was the manager of his father's auto dealership at the time of his death.
      • Marjorie Bell, September 28, 1895-March 21, 1975 (hawley)
      • Lt. Perry Smith, Jr., June 13, 1916-November 10, 1942, Interred Arlington Nat'l Cemetery (hawley)
      • Perry Smith, February 13, 1889-August 29, 1970 (hawley)
        • Perry Smith Fay, son of Herbert and Dora (Hawley) Fay; he owned a car dealership in Columbus, Ohio
  • Fedderson, A. [Section 51, Block A-144]
    • August Fedderson, born Mar 1877, died 21 Aug 1904
  • Feil, William F., died 15 Jan 1965 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Felton (See Jones-Felton)
  • Fenner
  • Ferguson
  • Ferrell
  • Ferris (Contact: Heidi Smith, )
    • Rev H. H., 1823-1875 [Section Y Lot 5]
      • Henry H. Ferris, son of James, born 28 Apr 1823, died 13 Mar 1875
    • Polly A., 1822-1894 (died 25 Apr 1894) [Section Y Lot 5]
  • Fetherolf, David M., Nov. 12, 1946-April 17, 1948 [Babyland Lot 120]
  • Fetter Listed in order taken [Section 37 Lot 52]
    • Emilie, 1868-1941
      • Amielia "Emilie" Fetter, daughter of Philip & Mary (Bissinger) Zubrod, born 3 Jun 1868, died 5 Oct 1941
    • Harry J., 1868-1932
      • Son of William A. & Hannah (Smith) Fetter, born 12 Apr 1868, died 23 Feb 1932
      • Captain in the Columbus Fire Department; died In the Line of Duty.
    • Melinda M., 1866-1926
      • Daughter of Martin Rupprecht, born 22 Mar 1866, died 12 Sep 1926.
  • Feuchtinger Mausoleum with Stained glass window [Section 83 Lot 6]
    • John, 22 Sep 1883-28 Jul 1942 (Obituary)
    • Lena, 19 Nov 1862-11 Sep 1936 (Death Certificate)
    • [Magdalena] Lena, 1837-25 Nov 1899, wife of George Feuchtinger
    • Catherine, 23 Nov 1870-9 Oct 1957, wife of John Feuchtinger, daughter of Fritz & Elizabeth (Liebeck) Schweitzer (Obituary)
  • Feyh [Contributed by Jerry Feyh]
    • August F., 1867-1912; and his wife Martha L. (Schulz), 1877-1959
      • August Frederick Henry Feyh, born September 18, 1867, died June 9, 1912
      • Martha Louise Schulz, born July 25, 1877, died August 7, 1959
    • Clifford C., February 14, 1910-February 22, 1968, Ohio, EM2, USNR, World War II
      • Son of Carl & Edna (Seegar) Feyh
  • Field
    • Mary (Ranney), wife of Walter, died Nov 26, 1876, aged 75 y & 11 d (Whole Stone) [Section W Lot 48, plot owned by Albert Field] (Contact Joyce Thomas, )
    • Mausoleum and stained glass window [Section 74 Lot 1]
      • Albert Griffith, 7 Nov 1848-3 Apr 1921
        • Son of John C. Hatfield and Mary (Irons) Hatfield, born Loudon County, Virginia.
        • Began career as clown in Sells Bros. Circus; went on to found the Field's Minstrals; was later called "Dean of minstrels,"
      • Matilda Warner Field, 23 Dec 1854-23 Jul 1927
      • Pearl Field Conrad, 3 Apr 1883-3 Feb 1951
  • Fields
    • Edward S., Ohio, CPL 982 QU, SVC CO, World War II, June 18, 1912-January 23, 1969 [Section 104]
    • Lena B., 1884-1969 [Section 62]
    • Martin V., 1885-1959 [Section 62]
  • Figgins
  • Fine, Cabell Clayton, 1909-1923, Remembered by the Boy Scouts of Troop 30
    • Interment card lists his burial in Section 82 Lot 71, but gravestone is in Section 77, in or near Lot 44
  • Findling
    • Father, Peter, 1845-1921 [Section 30]
    • Mother, Samaria, 1847-1920 [Section 30]
  • Finger
    • Section Q Lot 45
      • Father, Christian, June 24, 1817-Nov 8, 1901
      • David, sohn von [son of], Joseph & Margaret, geboren [born] Aug 23, 1855, gestorb. [died] Dec 12, 1870
      • Mother, Eva Margaret, wife of Jos., died Nov 16, 1889, aged 48 yrs
      • John W., March 1, 1857-Nov 9, 1881 (Whole Stone)
      • Joseph, Mar 22, 1828-Dec 17, 1896
    • Section 28 Lot 67 (lot owned by Mary E. Snyder Finger; see also Dague)
      • Father, John Barrett, 1816-1898
      • Infant Son, [of John & Goldie (Phillips) Finger], 12 Nov 1825
      • Mary E. Snyder, 29 Mar 1851-12 Mar 1936 (Obituary)
        • Mary Ellen Barrett, daughter of John Barrett, married 1st, 29 Mar 1872 Jacob Schneider/Snyder; she married next, 4 Oct 1888, Christian Finger.
      • Jacob Schneider/Snyder, 19 Dec 1844-1 Jul 1885 (Photo coming)
      • Brother, Adam Snyder, 1873-1894
        • Son of Jacob & Mary Ellen (Barrett) Snyder, born 1873, died 19 Dec 1894
      • Jacob Snyder, Feb 11, 1878-May 8, 1921, CO L 41 REG OVI [Spanish American War]
        • Son of Jacob & Mary Ellen (Barrett) Snyder
      • William E. Snyder, 1871-1852
        • William Elsworth, son of Jacob & Mary Ellen (Barrett) Snyder, born ?? Mar 1871, died 19 Jul 1952
  • Fink, George, son of A & A, Nov 4, 1887-April 22, 1904 [Section 59]
  • Finks (listed in order taken) [Section 75]
  • Finn (See also Lindenberg)
    • Anna, 1862-1931 [Section 57 Lot 124]
      • Anna Finn, daughter of Florentine & Charlotte (Lindenberg) Finn, born 12 Jan 1862, died 17 Jan 1931
    • Anna B., 1870-1969 [Section 57 Lot 124]
      • Anna Baltz Finn, daughter of Peter & Christina Baltz, born 17 Dec 1870, died 8 Jan 1969
    • Charlotte L. A., 1838-1893 [Lindenberg plot, Section X Lot 7]
    • Flora, 1858-1910 [Lindenberg plot, Section X Lot 7]
    • Theodore, 1860-1912 [Section 57 Lot 124]
      • Theodore Finn, son of Florentine & Charlotte (Lindenberg) Finn, born 21 Mar 1860, died 7 Apr 1912
  • Finnerty, Rose Anne Smith, beloved step-mother, 1917-1996 [Section 106]
  • Finnigan, Ronald Scott, June 7, 1960-Aug 2, 1960 [Section 93 Lot 205]
  • Fippin, Nellie May, Dec 29, 1877-Sep 24, 1880, aged 2 y 8 m 25 d, and Joseph Zimmer, aged 1 mon (See also, Holt) (sh)
  • Firestone Plot Monument [Section 47 Lot 16]
      Listed in order taken
    • Kathleen Firestone Carruthers, 1907-1996
    • Francis J. Carruthers, 1ST LT US Army Air Corps, World War II, Aug 10, 1905-Dec 16, 1993
    • Charles E., Jr., 1905-1972
      • Son of Charles Edward & Kathleen (Longstreth) Firestone, born 27 Sep 1905, died 12 Dec 1972
    • Marjorie L., 1910-1983
    • Charles E., 1876-1949
      • Son of Clinton D. & Flora (Taft) Firestone, born 28 Dec 1876, died 5 Jul 1949
    • Marie Firestone Taylor, 1872-1934
      • Daughter of Clinton D. & Flora (Taft) Firestone, born 13 Jan 1871, died 16 Feb 1934
    • Edward Livingston Taylor, Jr., 1869-1938
      • Son of Edward L. & Katherine (Myers) Taylor, born 10 Aug 1869, died 10 Mar 1938
    • Infant, 1881-1881
      • Child of Clinton D. & Flora (Taft) Firestone, born 16 Mar 1881, died 19 Mar 1881
    • Lee F. Kennedy, 1874-1898
      • Daughter of Clinton D. & Flora (Taft) Firestone, born 14 Dec 1874, died 9 Mar 1899 (note discrepancy)
    • Flora Taft, 1850-1896
      • Daughter of Lovett & Leah ( ? ) Taft, born 4 May (?) 1850, died 8 May 1896, wife of Clinton D. Firestone
    • Clinton D., 1848-1914
      • Son of Henry & Mary (Hoff) Firestone, born 16 Nov 1848, died 22 Feb 1914
    • Nina Firestone Martin, 1869-1918
    • Harry Ryan Byrne, Ohio, Captain 112 AM TN, 57 DIV, Oct 13, 1931
      • Son of William J. & Mary (Joyce) Byrne, born 9 Sep 1888
    • Herberta Martin (no photo)
      • Daughter of Herbert & Nina (Firestone) Martin, born 1893, died 13 Feb 1939; grand-daughter of Clinton D. & Flora (Taft) Firestone
  • Fishbaugh
    • Mother, Ethel A., 1890-1960, OES (mak)
    • Rue M., 1891-1946, Mason (mak)
  • Fischer, Charles W., June 30, 1858-Aug 29, 1896, Woodmen of the World [Section T]
  • Fisher
    • Ada E., died 10 Jun 1949 (Funeral Notice; no photo)
    • Charles W., 1868-1915 and Vallie A., 1871-1946 [Section 28] (jr)
    • Etta Wood, 1879-1967 and Eugene, 1888-1978 [Section 30]
    • Florence E., died 25 Apr 1953 (Obituary; no photo)
    • Geo., Gen Serv, USA [Section 51, Block A-3]
      • Born in Germany; died 29 Mar 1891
    • Hazel, died 26 Jul 1918 (Obituary; no photo)
    • Darling Lillian J, 1908-1924, Our beloved and only child [Section 82]
    • William H., died 2 Dec 1935 (Obituary; no photo)
    • Plot, Section 54 Lot 89 (Contact Ron Fisher, )
    • Plot, Section 101 Lot 261 (Contact Ron Fisher, )
  • Fishman, Marvin W., January 6, 1927-June 10, 2006, Flippo (Obituary) [Section 116 Lot 212
    • Entertainer, musician, Korean War veteran. Known professionally as Bob Marvin and "Flippo" the King of the clowns. Contact for additional information.
  • Fisk, Guy B., Ohio, TEC 5 CO B, 25 GHV CONST BN, World War II, January 17, 1908-October 27, 1964 [Section 104 Block B Grave 135] (Contact Kay Harrison, )
  • Fitz, Ella Mae, died 16 Jan 1959 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Fitzgerald [Section 56 Lot 55]
    • Gerald, Oregon, CAPTAIN 5 CAV, World War I, May 16, 1895-July 18, 1946 [Son of William Fitzgerald]
    • Lesta S., Ohio, NURSE, ARMY NURSE CORPS, World War I, Aug. 30, 1895-May 25, 1966 [Daughter of Wilford Stine]
    • Marian Forsyth, 1875-1937
      • Daughter of James William Forsyth, born 20 Aug 1874, died 26 Jun 1937
  • Flack, Minerva, 1814-1888; Elizabeth, 1852-1917; and Frederick, 1856-1880 [Section 30]
  • Flauhaus
  • Fleck
    • Barbara, Oct 6, 1843-[July 14, 1919] [Section 57]
      • Daughter of Lawrence A. Neiberlein
    • Henry, Apr 17, 1849-June 11, 1914 [Section 57]
  • Fleming
    • Bruck, 1898-1918, 37 DIV. A.E.F. [Section S Lot 35, see Bruck Family]
    • Clara, died 8 Mar 1956 (Obituary; no photo)
    • Plot [Section M Lot 281] (Contact: Edie, )
        Listed in order photographed:
      • Sarah J., 1849-1922
        • Sarah Jane was the daughter of Joseph P. & Mary (Jones) Gordon, born 8 May 1849 in Virginia, died 6 Jan 1922; wife of Andrew J. Fleming
      • Andrew J., 1846-1910
        • Son of Samuel & Frances (Hibbs) Fleming, born 1 May 1846, died 15 Oct 1910
      • Margaret M. (Hopper), 1809-1901
        • Born 19 Feb 1809, died 16 Jan 1901
      • Maria A., 1844-1931
        • Daughter of Samuel & Margaret (Hopper) Fleming, born 11 Jan 1844, died 16 Mar 1910fl
      • Additional family members buried in this plot, no gravestones:
        • Ernest L. Fleming, son of Herbert L. & Nellie ( ? ) Fleming, born 28 Apr 1899, died 29 Jun 1901
        • Frances Fleming, daughter of Jesse & Mary (Kinsell) Hibbs, born 24 Feb 1846, died 2 Dec 1918; wife of Sameul Fleming
        • Harry W. Fleming, son of Samuel & Frances (Hibbs) Fleming, born 12 Apr 1870, died 27 Aug 1902
        • Samuel Fleming, son of Samuel & Margaret (Hopper) Fleming, born 25 Nov 1838, died 22 Jul 1880
        • William R. Fleming, son of Samuel & Frances (Hibbs) Fleming, born 21 Oct 1866, died 16 Aug 1912
        • Amanda Story, born Jul 1852, died 13 Jun 1880, daughter of H. C. Sly, (no gravestone) (Contact Mary Ann Klein, )
    • Herbert L., 1875-1959, Mason [Section 54 Lot 14-E]
    • Nellie E., 1879-1972 [Section 54 Lot 14-E]
  • Flesher (See also Immel)
  • Flemm, Jos., CO M, 5 OHIO CAV [Section 51, Block B-317]
    • Joseph Flemm, son of Christian Flemm, born 10 Jan 1840 in Ohio, died 2 Mar 1901
  • Fletcher, James L., July 13-Nov 3, 1946 [Babyland]
  • Fling, Octavia Anna, 1827-1899 [Section 35, Lot 66, Home for the Aged Lot]
  • Flook [Section S Lot 39; See also Beck]
  • Flory, Sarah A., died Jun 1949 (Funeral Notice; no photo)
  • Floyd, Carol, 19 Feb 1941-10 Jan 1956 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Foell, C. J., RECRUIT, US INF [Section 51, Block A-164]
    • Charles J., Foell, born 17 Apr 1874 in NY, died 27 Jun 1908 as the result of a fall (accident)
  • Foley, Jeremiah, SERGT, US ARMY [Section 51, Block A-54; buried 19 Dec 1896]
  • Foor
  • Foos, Joseph, died Mar 18, 1832, aged 58 yrs and Lydia, consort of Joseph, died Mar 6, 1809, aged 32 yrs (Whole Stone) [Section D Lot 33]
    • Proprietor of a ferry across the Scioto; established first hotel at that place (from Franklinton in 1851); Foos St. named for him
  • Foote, J. S., CO D, 24 IA INF [Section 51, Block B-174]
    • John S. Foote, son of James, born 7 May 1844 in Ohio, died 3 Jul 1907
  • Forbis, Father, CAPT H. K., CO F 19 KY VI (Whole stone) [Section 51, Block B-89]
    • Herbert (or Harbert) K. Forbis, son of John Forbis, born 10 Sep 1834, died 10 Oct 1910
  • Ford
    • C. S., RECRUIT, USA [Section 51, Block A-155]
      • Charles S. Ford died 19 Jul 1907
    • Listed in the order photographed [Section Y Lot 100; owner William H. Ford]
  • Foreman
  • Fornof (Tombstone) [Section W Lot 40]
  • Forsyth [Section 56 Lot 55]
  • Foster (S. F. Foster Plot Monument) [Section A Lot 4]
  • Fot, Donna Mae, 1927-1965 (sh)
  • Fought, Jacob, died June 22, 1837, aged 69y 5m & 6d and Catherine, wife of Jacob, died May 22, 1844, aged 70y 8m(?) & 28d (Whole Stone) [Section R]
    • Moved to this location from a city cemetery; probably North Graveyard.
  • Fowler
  • Fox
    • Henry B., CO H 53 OVI, 1845-1925 and Eliza S., his wife, 1849-1919 (Plot) [Section 75]
    • Jos., CO E, 5 PA CAV [2 Jun 1836-20 Jan 1902] [Section 51, Block B-294]
      • Not listed in Franklin County Veteran Grave Registry
  • Foy, Brian B., 1938-1973 [Section 103 Lot 306]
  • Fraas, Edward, 1858-1911, Redwood Camp No. 238, Woodmen of the World [Section Q Lot 73]
  • Frair, Arthur Stanley, CPL 2002 Base, Unit AAF, World War II, September 4, 1915-Nov 1, 1967 [Section 104 Block C Grave 10]
  • France (Plot in Section 35 Lot 67)
  • Francis
    • Leatha Jane, died 18 May 1931 (Obituary; no photo)
    • Sandra K., March 26, 1953-March 27, 1953 [Babyland]
  • Frank,
  • Franklin, Jerry, USA [Section 51, Block A-18]
    • Served in Co. G, Col'd Inf.; born Feb 1858, died 1 Dec 1880, remains removed from Columbus Barracks; reinterred 15 Dec 1896
  • Franz
    • Henry G., Jan 23, 1891-July 29, 1947 [Section 32 Lot 42SE]
    • Louise G., March 14, 1896-Jan 17, 1981 [Section 32 Lot 42SE]
    • Robert M., Ohio, AOM 3 US Navy, World War II, Jan 25, 1925-Oct 14, 1971 [Section 32 Lot 42SE]
  • Fravel, Aimee B., 1880-1966 [Section 28] (jr)
  • Freeland [Section L]
    • Henry, Feb 7, 1812-Mar 28, 1880, aged 68 y 1 mo & 28 ds; Catharine, Nov 6, 1821-Sep 20, 1906, aged 84y 10m 14d; and on same stone, Charles, July 23, 1861-Dec 5, 1878, aged 17 yrs 4 mo & 12 ds and Jacob, Aug 30, 1851-May 20, 1861, aged 9 yrs 9 mo 21 ds (Whole Stone)
    • Jesse, May 3, 1902-Oct 13, 1904
  • Freeman
    • Abithar, born in Orange, N. J., Oct 5, 1798, died June 20, 1867 (Whole Stone) [Section S Lot 194]
    • Father, Charles H., Jan 21, 1842-March 23, 1911 [Section S Lot 194]
    • Father, Jacob R., Feb 20, 1822-Aug 8, 1893 [Section S Lot 194]
    • Mother, Keziah, Sept 15, 1828-April 22, 1907 [Section S Lot 194]
    • Lewis L., CO C, 3 Ohio INF [Section 51, Block B-289]
    • Father, Moses, 1824-1884 [Section S Lot 194]
    • Mother, Rachel, 1825-1866 [Section S Lot 194]
    • Rhoda B., born in Orange, N. J., Jan 30, 1796, died Jan 26, 1876 [Section S Lot 194]
    • Section W Lot 7 Dr. B. W. Freeman plot (listed in order photographed)
      • Ann Freeman Melton, Mar 20, 1913-Jan 27, 1966
      • Freda M., Oct 28, 1884-June 21, 1965
      • William W., Sept 2, 1859-Feb 14, 1945
      • Charles E., Jan 27, 1857-Dec 10, 1918
      • Amelia Shipe, Feb 27, 1801-Oct 29, 1879
      • Elizabeth A. (Shipe), April 18, 1836-Aug 9, 1910
        • Daughter of [Daniel and] Amelia Shipe, born in Hardy County, Virginia (now WV)
      • Dr. B W. [Benjamin W.], Oct 4, 1827-Aug 18, 1891
        • Born in Crawford County, Pennsylvania, son of Asa Freeman
      • Sarah, Sep 20, 1801-Mar 8, 1880
        • Interment record number 8994 lists this woman as Elizabeth, daughter of William Campbell, born Crawford County, Pennsylvania
  • Frems, Michael, 1840-1914; Catherine, his wife, 1847-1919; Fredrick, 1870-1871; George, 1871-1871; ; Nicholas, 1873-1879; Maria, 1875-1879; and Elizabeth, 1877-1879 [Section V]
  • French
  • Frevert Plot Monument [Section Y, Lot 62] (Contact Dave Frevert, )
  • Friddles, J. S., RECRUIT, USA [Section 51, Block A-140]
    • Jessie S. Friddles died 7 Mar 1902
  • Friebis
  • Fritchen
  • Fritchey
    • Mother, Gertrude Sharp, 1842-1921 [Section S Lot 72]
    • Mella, 1863-1902 [Section S Lot 72]
      • Daughter of Alexander H. & Gertrude Fritchey, born 26 Feb 1863 in Coshocton town & county, died 3 Nov 1902
    • W. B., 1847-1907 [Section 66 Lot 339]
      • William B. Fritchey, son of Alexander H. & Lydia (Elsner) Fritchey, born 14 May 1847 in Coshocton town & county, Ohio; died 5 Mar 1907 in Columbus; Civil War veteran, enlisted 2 Feb 1864; discharged 3 Jan 1865, Muscian, CO F 51ST REGT OVI
  • Fryman, James W., Ohio, 1 SGT 893 SIG CO, World War II, Nove 18, 1916-March 6, 1945 [Section 74 Lot 222]
  • Frizzell
    • Broken, July 9, 1873-Aug 26, 1880
    • W. F., CO B, 18 US INF [Section 51, Block A-52; buried 19 Dec 1896]
  • Froggatt [Section 75, see also Warren]
  • Frosh
  • Frye, Delaine Susan, Feb 26, 1955-June 16 [1955] [Babyland]
  • Fuchs [Contributed by Jerry Feyh]
    • Charles, Dec 7, 1866-Nov 4, 1894 [Section 30 Lot 18; owners: Lucinda Fuchs E½; Bertha Ash W½]
    • Henry, Apr 12, 1854-Dec 5, 1891 [Section 30 Lot 18; owners: Lucinda Fuchs E½; Bertha Ash W½]
    • Lucinda, wife of Henry, Dec 3, 1853-Feb 20, 1930 [Section 30 Lot 18; owners: Lucinda Fuchs E½; Bertha Ash W½]
  • Fuerste
  • Fuller
  • Furstman, Rose Jay (see Jay)
  • Gabay [Section 56 Lot 42]
  • Gabriel, Father, Samuel Woodrow, Nov 18, 1912-Oct 17, 1980 (Plot Monument) [Section 120 Lot 278]
    • Owned Sam's Rentals; his tombstone was hand carved in Italy.
  • Gaines
    • Charlotte Miller, 1880-1965 [Section 77 Lot 44; see also Bancroft] (Contact Jennifer Hawthorne, )
    • Stanley, 1912-1967 [Section 77 Lot 44; see also Bancroft] (Contact Jennifer Hawthorne, )
  • Gale
  • Gall
    • Otto, 1880-1956, and Amy B., 1875-1952 (mak)
      • Otto Gall, born 15 Jan 1880, died 23 Feb 1956, married Amy B. Reaver; she was born 15 Nov 1875 and died 19 Feb 1952
    • Twin Sons of Harold and Betty, 1948 [Babyland]
  • Galloway
    • Plot [Section C Lot 17]
      • Samuel, born at Gettysburg, Penn., 1811, died Apr 5, 1872 and Joan Wallin, born March, 1821 at Cincinnati, Ohio, died April 2, 1892 at Columbus, Ohio; John, died Nov 1873, aged 21 yrs and Henry Noble, Oct 20, 1859-May 23, 1887; and on same stone, Edward Wallin, age 4 weeks, died Feb, 1849; Jane Coates, age 15 mos, died Sept 1851; Samuel Buchanan, age 9 yrs, died Jan 1857; Joan Wallin, age 1 yr, died Jan 1862; Elizabeth Weathered, age 18 yrs, died Aug 1872, children of Samuel & Joan Galloway
      • Lucy Galloway Black, 1856-1942
      • William F. Black, 1859-1929
      • Tod B., 1863-1935
        • Tod Buchanan Galloway, judge and composer--wrote music to The Whiffenpoof Song
      • George McMillen, April 15, 1801-July 25, 1852
      • William L. McMillen, Oct 18, 1829-Feb 8, 1902, COL 95TH OVI, BREVET MAJ GEN USV
        • William Linn McMillen, M. D. served as a surgeon in the Russian army duing the Crimean war; Surgeon General of Ohio in 1861-2; served and wounded in the Civil War; Louisian planter and state legislator.
      • Galloway Black, son of Wm F and Lucy G, Dec 11, 1886-Jan 12, 1888
    • Mary C., 1826-1900 [Section 45 Lot 667] (kn)
      • Also buried in lot 667 is Orvis B. Galloway, 1814-1880; no stone
  • Gamble (see Knauss - Gamble)
  • Gant, George, CO E, 102 U.S.C.I. [Section 51, Block B-39]
  • Gantz Plot [Section S Lots 80-81]
  • Ganz
  • Gard, Benjamin [Section G Lot 27] (er)
    • DR. BENJAMIN F. GARD born 2 DEC 1800, Hampshire Co. VA, the son of Lot and Mary Gard and died 11 JUL 1849 of Cholera. He was the first adult to be buried in Green Lawn Cemetery. Interment card
    • His wife was ELIZABETH PONTIUS b 16 FEB 1815 and died 12 MAR 1867. Married Benjamin 12 MAY 1834. Elizabeth's mother was Catherine Rarey Pontius, the daughter of Charles Rarey. She married 2nd RICHARD LONG.
  • Gardner
  • Gares (Contact Kaye Steward, )
  • Garfield (Contact: Nancy Parker, )
  • Garis, Catherine, 1824-1900 (Interment Card) [Section 66 Lot 35]
  • Garling, John J., 1829-1901, CO A 5 OVC; Margaret P., 1834-1905; Preeson E., 1863-1883; Mary L., 1855-1855; Isora R., 1866-1867; and Margaret, 1868-1869 [Section H]
  • Garner [Section 54 Lot 89; see also Fisher] (Contact Ron Fisher, )
  • Garrett, Tice T., died May 7, 1902, aged 39y 8m 2d, Woodmen of the World (Whole Stone) [Section 54]
  • Garrison, Jno. E., CO E, 47th Ohio INF [Section 51, Block B-80]
    • Son of Edward Garrison, born 11 May 1833, died 28 Dec 1910
  • Gaston
  • W. R. Gault, plot marker, [Section 56 Lot 12]
  • Gay Mausoleum [Section 38 Lot 35]
    • Harvey D., born at Gaysville, VT, Dec 19, 1829, died at Vinton, Iowa, July 24, 1878
      • Socialite; financier; Gay Street named for them.
    • Virginia Walcutt, wife of Harvey D., born at Columbus, O, May 19, 1831, died at Columbus, O, May 8, 1914
  • Gecovus, W. H. H. [William Henry H.], 1854-1908, Woodmen of the World [Section 59 Grave 2461]
  • Gegoff, Mary, 1900-1983 (Portrait) and Theodore, 1894-1957, born in Gumendza, Macidonia (Portrait) [Section 111 Lot 477]
  • Gehr
    • Mother, Caroline, 1858-1938 [Section 30]
    • Husband, Christian P., 1887-1958[Section 30]
    • Wife, Lillian, 1875-1959 [Section 30]
    • Father, Peter, 1861-1915 [Section 30]
  • Geiger
  • Geis, Wells C., Ohio, CPL, US ARMY, World WarII, April 17, 1900-January 1, 1969 [Section 104]
  • Gem, Peter, March 10, 1892-Nov 15, 1970 [Section 56 Lot 32]
  • Gensner, Christian, died 1 Dec 1936, Woodmen of the World (Obituary; no photo)
  • Genthe [Section 74 Lot 253]
    • Fred, 1853-1925, I.O.O.F.
      • Frederick "Fred" Genthe was born 14 Jan 1858 in Germany, died 21 Aug 1925 in Columbus
    • Frieda, 1865-1943
      • Frieda Werich Koch Genthe, born 19 Oct 1865 in Germany, died 18 Aug 1943, daughter of Valentine Werich, wife of Charles William Koch (see Koch) and after his death wife of Fred Genthe
  • Gentleman [Section N Lot 79]
  • George, August, 1891-1932 (mak)
  • Geren (Contact Kevin Johnson for dates of birth, etc.)
    • Albert, 5 Sep 1880-29 Apr 1883 (no gravestone; no photo) [Section T Lot 110; Charles H. Plimpton lot]
    • Irenaeus A. Geren family plot and plot marker [Section U Lot 41]
      • Earle, 1870-1924
      • Henrietta C., died Jan 16, 1913
      • James G., died Oct 7, 1882, aged 29 years
      • Jennie M., died June 29, 1928
      • Nellie A., died July 17, 1889

      • NOTE: There are three gravestones identical to those shown above that have weathered far too much to be legible. The following are the names of others buried in this family plot:
      • Ada I., 14 Jul 1855-22 Nov 1884
      • Ellen Chambers, 21 Aug 1825-14 Jul 1900
      • Ireneus A., 31 Mar 1825-12 Dec 1905
      • Mary Francis [Sic.], 5 Sep 1865-20 May 1896
      • Pauline, 16 Apr 1889-3 Oct 1895 (her foot stone?)
      • Robert Chambers, 1901-12 Apr 1902
    • Sarah, 1851-1924 [Section 62 Lot 7-11; Columbus Home for the Aged lot]
  • Gerhardt, Conrad, 1849-1913, Redwood Camp No. 89, Woodmen of the World
    • Conrad, June 15, 1849-Feb 19, 1913
  • Gerlach (Contact Gail Broadstock )
  • Gettrost, Martin, died 15 Mar 1948 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Gheen, Carroll. J., Jr., 1932-1965 and Wanda J., 1928-2005 [Section 111 Lot 275]
  • Gibbs, Rice, GEN SERV, USA [Section 51, Block A-4]
    • Died 2 Jun 1876
  • Gibson
  • Gier
    • Daughter, Barbara, 1874-1967 [Section V Lot 277] (mc)
      • Daughter of Louis and Bertha (Hess) Gier
    • Mother, Bertha, 1840-1897 [Section V Lot 277] (mc)
  • Giffin, Mansel L., 1904-1962 and Ruth F., 1908-2001 [Section 113 Lot 153]
  • Gifford
    • Mother, Elizabeth, 1848-1938 [Section 50 Lot 51]
    • Papa, J. H. [James H.], 1845-1901 [Section 50 Lot 51]
      • Baseball manager, American Association (AA) 1884-86
  • Gilbert
  • Gilcrest (See Brooks)
  • Giles
    • Emma, [1843-1910] [Section 35 Lot 66 Columbus Home for the Aged lot]
    • Viola Horn, 1867-1934 [Section R Lot 171, see Horn
  • Gill
  • Gillard, Caroline F., May 30, 1884-Aug 13, 1913 (News item) [Section 72 Space 3144]
  • Gillespie, Minerva F., 1846-1932 [Section 62]
  • Gilmore, F. M., CO B, 1 OHIO HA [Section 51, Block B-291]
    • Francis M. Gilmore, son of John Gilmore, born 30 Apr 1845, died 26 Feb, 1902
  • Gladden [Section M Lot 125] (listed in order taken)
    • Alice
    • , 1861-1926
      • Daughter of Rev. Washington & Jennie (Cohoon) Gladden, born 31 Oct 1861, died 3 Dec 1926.
      • Co-founder of Columbus School for Girls
    • George, 1867-1924
      • Son of Rev. Washington & Jennie (Cohoon) Gladden, born 13 Oct 1869, died 11 Mar 1924.
    • Frederick C., 1863-1919
      • Son of Rev. Washington & Jennie (Cohoon) Gladden, born 10 Sep 1863 (Cremains).
    • Helen Gladden Twiss, wife of George R., 1866-1890
      • Helen Gladden, daughter of Rev. Washington & Jennie (Cohoon) Gladden, born 8 Feb 1866 at New York City, NY, died 12 Apr 1890, 1st wife of George R. Twiss.
    • Jennie Cohoon, wife of Washington, 1840-1909
      • Jennie Cohoon, daughter of Frederick Cohoon, born 20 Apr 1840, died 8 May 1909, wife of Rev. Washington Gladden.
    • Washington, 1836-1918
      • Son of Solomon Gladden and his wife, Amanda Daniels; born 11 Feb 1836, died 2 Jul 1918 (Death certificate).
      • Minister at First Congregational Church; wrote hymns; social religion
  • Gilliam, David Earl, son of D B & L J, Sept 5, 1931 [Section X Lot 5; see Jaeger]
  • Glassburn, Husband, Homer J. , 1876-1916, Woodmen of the World [Section 75]
  • Glauder
    • Mother, Anna, 1865-1966 [Section 76]
    • Karl, 1862-1915, Woodmen of the World [Section 76]
  • Glazier, Alice E., 1907-1945 [Section 95 Lot 682] (mak)
    • Alice E., daughter of Joseph W. & Hannah L. (Staley) Story, born 9 Sep 1907, died 22 Jul 1945 (see also Story)
  • Glazos (See Athens - Glazos)
  • Glick [Section 44 Lot 6]
      Listed in order photographed
    • Father, Frank A., Dec 4, 1876-June 4, 1931
    • Mother, Julia Y., June 1, 1886-Feb 14, 1981
      • Daughter of Jacob York
    • William L., March 18, 1920-July 27, 2003
    • Ruth R., Feb 6, 1922-Feb 20, 1991
    • Robert A., April 15, 1916-May 28, 1997
  • Glockner, Albert, 1857-1888 [Section O Lot 38; see Gwynne]
  • Godman [Section Z Lot 6]
  • Godsey, Rich'd L., 2 CO, USMP, GUARD [Section 51, Block A-169]
    • Son of James Godsey, born KY in 1887, died 11 Feb 1909 of typhoid fever
  • Goebbel, Sophia (Obituary; no photo)
  • Goelz
    • Mother, Amy W., Feb 14, 1862-Sept 8, 1939 [Section J Lot 160N]
      • Daughter of Johanna [Sic.] & Martha (Briley) McKinney, born Pickaway County; step-daughter of lot owner, Henry Longhenry. Marker with gravestone indicates that she was a member of the National Woman's Relief Corps, 1883, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic (Gar).
    • Mother, Grace M., 1892-1928 [Section J Lot 160N]
      • Grace Marie, daughter of Samuel & Gertrude (Hicks) Doyle, born 9 Jun 1892 in Columbus, Ohio and died 14 Mar 1928
    • Father, Jacob, Nov 11, 1858-Oct 13, 1914 [Section J Lot 160N]
    • Johann, Langheinrich, 21 Aug 1861-22 Jun 1863 and Maria, Langheinrich, 3_ Jul 1863-22 Jun 1865 (Whole Stone) [Section J Lot 160N]
  • Goff, Tillman, CO K, 137 Ohio H.G. INF [Section 51, Block B-228]
  • Gohring, Lawrence, Mar 13, 1911-May 14, 1966 (Portrait); and Margaret, Nove 3, 1912-Jan 26, 1997 [Section 115]
  • Going, Mary Fay and Myra Barnes (see Fay)
  • Goldsmith
  • Goldstein, Mother, Matilda, Mar 20, 1876-Oct 19, 1940 [Section 44]
  • Goodchild (Plot Monument in Section 95 Lot 179)
  • Goodale (Plot, Section C Lot 22)
    • Maj. Nathan Goodale. An officer in the war of the Revolution, born in Brookfield, Worcester Co., Mass. 1843: removed with his family to Ohio in 1788: was taken prisoner by the Indians from his farm in Belpre, Washington Co., O. in the spring of 1893: died while a prisoner with them near Sandusky not long after his capture. Mrs. Elizabeth, his wife, born in Rutland, Mass., April 1, 1743, died at Franklinton, O. Jan 24, 1809, and on same stone, Doctor Lincoln Goodale, born in Brookfield, Mass. Feb 25, 1782: died in Columbus, O., Apr 30, 1868. At the time of his death he was probably the oldest citizen of Ohio: having come to Marietta with the Pioneers in 1788 (can't read the rest--will copy it on another trip to the cemetery--llg)
      • Nathan Goodale is not interred here.
      • Elizabeth Goodale (original gravestone) was originally buried at Franlinton Graveyard and moved here in 1922 .
  • Goodlin, John S., died Aug 8, 1877, aged 37 yr 7 mos [Section S-north]
  • Goodspeed [Section 56 Lot 25]
    • Wilbur F., 1836-1905
      • Son of Lot Goodspeed, born 31 Jul 1836, died 4 Feb 1905
      • Major, BATT A, 1st OV, enlisted 6 Aug 1861, discharged 31 Jul 1865
    • Harriet (Howe), Jun 1855-6 Oct 1932
    • Charles Barnett, 1885-23 Feb 1947
    • Laban C., 8 Jun 1831-26 Mar 1915
  • Goorey, Martin E., Jr, "Rusty", 1957 [Babyland]
  • Gordon
    • Donald Marshall (see photo with MARSHALL family)
    • Howard E., died Dec 23,1894, aged 24y 7m 21d [Section A Lot 15-S½]
      • Son of Joseph Preston and Mary Jane (Whiting) Gordon.
      • Also buried in this lot are (no stones):
        Joseph Preston Gordon, born 10 Jun 1820 in Virginia; died 28 Aug 1910 in Columbus.
        Mary Jane (Whiting) Gordon, born 4 Feb 1839 in Pickaway County, Ohio; died 2 Nov 1910 in Columbus; wife of Joseph Preston Gordon.
        Jennie McCoy Gordon, daughter of William and Martha (Humphries) McCoy, born 23 Apr 1874, Columbus, died 24 Oct 1954, Columbus; wife of Charles W. Gordon.
        Charles W. Gordon, son of Joseph Preston and Mary Jane (Whiting) Gordon, born Columbus, 22 Aug, 1864, died 12 Feb 1954, Columbus.
        Anna Gordon Romosier, daughter of Joseph Preston, born 14 Jun 1847; died 6 Dec 1900 in Columbus, wife of John Romosier.
        Otto Adam Mertz, son of Edward and Anna (Robey) Mertz, born 7 Aug 1893 in Zanesville, Muskingum, Ohio; died 18 May 1935 in Columbus; husband of Ada Gordon Mertz and son-in-law of Charles W. and Jennie (Mcoy) Gordon.
    • Mary, died Sep 1928 (Funeral notice; no photo)
    • Oliver S., CPL, CO A, 50 REGT Ohio INF, Feb 7, 1844-Aug 1, 1905 [Section 51, Block B-203]
  • Goss
    • Charles H., died 9 Mar 1863 (Death notice; no photo)
    • P. J. [Section 51, Block A-141]
      • Philip J. Goss, AKA Philip J. Gass; born Oct 1871, died of gunshot wound 16 Jul 1904
  • Gossner, John Lewis, died Jan 1959 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Gottschalk, Anna Elisabetha, wife of J H, Sept 20, 1819-Jan 8, 1875 (sch)
  • Gould, Marcellus, 185 Ohio INF [Section 51, Block B-238]
  • Gow
    • Wm. A., CO A, 32 Ohio INF [Section 51, Block B-206]
    • William L., Corporal, 13 CO, US VOLS SIGNAL CORPS, Nov 30, 1873-Jan 4, 1907 [Son of William A. Gow] [Section 51, Block B-62]
  • Graber, Franz, died 12 Jan 1871, aged 66 y 3 m 29 d and Maria Barbara, wife of F., 20 Feb 1798-14 May 1877 [Section I]
  • Grady
    • James D., CO E, 17 U.S.C.I. [Section 51, Block B-249]
    • Ory F., 1871-1916 and Sadie Liz, his wife, 1875-1910, Woodmen of the World [Section 74 Lot 175--see also Jordan]
  • Graham
  • Gramelt, Joseph Allen, Aug 27, 1953-Dec 22, 1953 [Babyland]
  • Granewitsch [Section 74 Lot 38]
    • Augusta, 1859-1948 (Obituary)
      • Augusta Kruger Granewitch, daughter of Frederick & Anna (Furhberg) Kruger, born 20 Apr 1959, in Germany; died 26 Jul 1943 in Columbus, wife of William M. Granewitch
    • Frederick H., died 26 Apr 1941 (Death notice; no gravestone)
    • Willie (William M., jr.), son of Wm & A, born in Germany, died July 18, 1900, aged 17y 2m 25d
    • William M. (no gravestone), born 5 Mar 1853, probably in Germany; died 29 Jan 1933
  • Granger, Mother, June Alston, 1945-2004 (hawley)
  • Grant
  • Gravett/Cravett, Annie May, dau of H R & Nellie C, Mary 20, 1871-Oct 25, 1873
  • Gray
    • David, CO G, 27 U.S.C.I. [Section 51, Block B-43]
    • Jacob, CO B, 19 US INF [Section 51, Block B-105]
      • Son of Spencer Gray, born 1847, died 10 Nov 1909
    • Louise, wife of D. S., died March 3d 1860, aged 25 years; "our little pets" Walter & Nellie, born Feby 29th 1860, died May 23d & July 3d, 1860; David S., died March 11th, 1921, aged 92 years; and Eugenia D., wife of D S, died Dec 23d, 1907, aged 71 years (Whole Stone) [Section O Lot 14]
    • June Elizabeth Circle, June 30, 1926-Dec 16, 2000, Daughters of the American Revolution [DAR] [Section 56]
  • Greaves, Clinton, Medal of Honor, Serg. Co. C, 9 US CAV, Indian Wars, Aug 12, 1855-Aug 18, 1906, Buffalo Soldier [Section 27 Lot 88]
  • Green
    • Alice, died 25 Aug 1928 (Obituary; no photo)
    • Dad, Floyd, 1925-2001 and Mom, Juanita L. [no dages] (mak)
    • John, died 29 Sep 1928 (Death notice; no photo)
    • Kevin F., Mar 13, 1988-Apr 21, 2006 (Portrait) (mak)
    • Plot Section 66 Lot 92
      • Charles, 1876-1934 and Isabel, 1874-1946
      • Harvey, 1851-1907 (Contact Mary Ann Klein, )
      • Mary E. [(Towns) Green Walton], 1853-1916 (Contact Mary Ann Klein, )
      • Eleanor, 1822-1915
  • Greenfield
    • Albert E., 1883-1964 [Section 77 Lot 267]
    • Doris L., 1885-1969 [Section 77 Lot 267]
    • Father, Fred, 1950-1920 [Section 77 Lot 267]
    • Mother, Mary, 1860-1950 [Section 77 Lot 267]
  • Greenleaf (Tombstone) [Section B Lot 20]
      Listed in order photographed
    • John, Oct 3, 1812-Dec 28, 1884 and Hannah, wife of John, Dec 29, 1812-Sept 5, 1883
      • John Greenleaf served as Franklin County Sheriff 1849 - 1853.
    • Alice Greenleaf Guerin, June 3, 1870-Feb 8, 1948 and William Eugene Guerin, Nov 24, 1871-Jan 8, 1960, husband of Alice
    • Marie S. Greenleaf, wife of Charles B. Hall, Nov 6, 1862-Nov 19, 1890; and Howard Ellis, infant son of Charles B. & Marie G, Nov 15, 1890-Aug 5, 1891
    • William N. Greenleaf, Nov 13, 1840-Feb 15, 1853; Howard C. Bancroft, July 27, 1836-Sept 10, 1898; and Mary E., wife of Howard C. Bancroft, July 20, 1842-Jan 18, 1929
      • William N., son of J & H, died Feb 16, 1853, aged 12 yrs 3 mo 3 ds (Original stone)
  • Greenlee
    • Section Y; listed in order taken
    • Harry, 1890-1916, Redwood Camp No. 88, Woodmen of the World [Section 76]
    • Grandmother, Sara, 1878-1958 [Section 100, Lot 82; see Ransower] (Contact Mary Simmons, )
  • Gregory, Bishop Martin R., Sept 3, 1885-Sept 9, 1960 (Portrait)
  • Griffin
    • Acy J, Jr., US ARMY, Korea, Mar 24, 1932-Aug 5, 1996 [Section 104]
    • Melba E. Bowen, 1900-[1979] [Section 66 Lot 261; see also Bowen and Watts] (Contact Bev Lewis, )
    • Robert A., PFC, 314 Ammunition Train, World War I, May 25, 1892-March 19, 1955 [Section 66 Lot 261; see also Bowen and Watts] (Contact Bev Lewis, )
  • Griffith, Sophia M., 1872-1968 and Barton, 1859-1947 (Whole Stone) [Section 96 Lot 283] (Contact Mary Ann Klein )
  • Griggs (Contact Bill Griggs, )
  • Grimes, Ira D., died 24 Sep 1975 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Grimm, Joh. Fried., died 4 Jan 1863 [or 1868], aged 56 yr 4 mo 23 ds [Section S grave 22]
  • Grinstead, Charles L., Sr., PVT, US Army, World War II, Oct 23, 1915-Mar 19, 1986 [Section 104 Block E Space 461]
  • Gregory, Bishop Martin R., Sept 3, 1885-Sept 9, 1960 (Portrait)
  • Groff
    • George W., died 3 Apr 1932 (Funeral notice; no photo)
    • Mother, Virginia A., Dec 31, 1861-Apr 5, 1913 [Section 72 Space 3018]
  • Groomer, Viola B., died (Funeral notice; no photo)
  • Grooms
  • Gross, Debbie Sue, Dec 17, 1953-Jan 26, 1954 [Babyland Lot 365]
  • Grossman, Brother, Joseph, 1845-1927 Section 44]
  • Grosvenor
  • Grote (Contact: Jean Lesslie, )
  • Grout, Erma Haynes, 1861-1920 [Section 50 Lot 192N; see also Ransower]
  • Grover, Mary, consort of Ira, died Dec 14, 1832, aged 35 years; In memory of Mary, aged 7days, also an Infant son, children of I & M Grover (Whole Stone, high resolution 313KB) [Section R Lot 81]
    • Remains moved from North Graveyard
  • Grubbs, Elizabeth, died 12 Nov 1925 at St. Petersburg, FL (Obituary; no photo)
  • Guerin, Alice Greenleaf and William Eugene (see Greenleaf) [Section B Lot 20]
  • Gulick, Daniel W., was born in Middlesex Co., NJ, died March 29, 1852, aged 32 yrs 11 ms & 21 days, Mason, IOOF (Whole Stone) [Section G Lot 38E]
  • Gullion, Brenda Sue, Sept 25, 1951-Jan 30, 1956 [Babyland]
  • Gumble, Caroline, wife of L., died June 26, 1885, aged 57y 4m 2 d (duplicated on back), Leopold, Feb 8, 1830-Apr 27, 1898, aged 68y 2m 19d (Whole Stone) [Section 44]
  • Gunderman, Jacob, died Aug 14, 1872, aged 57 yrs 5 mo 10 d (Whole Stone) [Section A Lot 36]
  • Gunning (Contact Heidi Culbertson, )
  • Gutheil, Masuoleum [Section 54 Lot 6]
      Entombed within:
    • Charles Gutheil, son of Henry & Fredericka (_?_) Gutheil, born 29 Aug 1833 in Germany, died 30 Jun 1891 (Interment #17967)
    • Fredericka Topf, wife of Charles and dauther of Fritz Topf, born 18 Nov 1835 in Germany, died 29 Apr 1916 (Interment #49184)
  • Guthrie
  • Guy
    • Nora Mary, Dec 13, 1884-March 25, 1913 and Luther C. Wolfe, Nov 25, 1909-Mar 25, 1913 [Section 72 Space 3005]
      • Nora Mary Guy was the daughter of William Stoge & Viola Agnes (Levy) Guy; she was drowned in the flood of 25 Mar 1913 (Death certificate no. 15010)
      • Luther Clarence Wolfe was the son of Elmer R. & Iva M. (Guy) Wolfe, he drowned in the flood of 25 Mar 1913 (Death certificate no. 15102) and is buried with his aunt.
    • Mother, Viola Agnes, March 29, 1861-March 25, 1913 [Section 72 Space 3004]
      • Viola Agnes Levy Guy was the daughter of Valentine & Mary Ann (Long) Levy and wife of William S. Guy; she was drowned in the flood of 25 Mar 1913 (Death certificate no. 15104).
    • Father, William S., June 18, 1848-Mar 25, 1913 [Section 72 Space 3003]
      • Willian Stage/Stoge Guy was the son of William & Nancy (Mauck) Guy; he drowned in the flood of 25 Mar 1913 (Death certificate no. 15103).
  • Gwinn
    • Francis Tanian, 1898-1950 (sh)
    • Plot Monument [Section 56 Lot 51]
      • Daughter of Clarence Gwinn, born & died 11 Sep 1923 (no stone)
      • Walter W., 1901-1937
        • Son of Othniel Edward, born 10 Jan 1900, died 18 Jul 1937
      • Robert Brown, 1893-1910
        • Son of Othniel Edward Gwin, born 14 Mar 1893, died 23 Oct 1910
      • Othniel E., 1856-1929
        • Othniel Edward, son of Henry Gwinn, born 1 Oct 1856, died 9 Dec 1929
      • Ella Brown, 1866-1947
        • Daughter of Gideon Brown, born 31 Aug 1866, died 10 Jun 1947
      • Clarence Eugene, 1897-1966
        • Son of Othniel E. Gwinn, born 26 Apr 1897, died 6 Jan 1966
      • Mary Alice, 1906-1979
  • Gwynne

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