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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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  • Jacob, Gertrude, geboren (born) 27 Juli 1879, gestorben (died) 13 Apr 1883 (sh)
  • Jacob[s], Arthur, RECRUIT, US INF [Section 51, Block A-151]
    • Arthur Jacobs, son of George Jacobs, born in Canada, died 26 (or 27) Jan 1907 of nephritis
  • Jacobs, John J., March 23, 1885-May 20, 1912 [Section 30; see also Jacobs-Redecker WOW]
  • Jackson, Karen Jayne, Jan 29-Feb 28, 1950 [Babyland]
  • Jacoby (Plot) [Section 30 Lot 1]
    • Dr. Frederick, June 22, 1830-Mar 7, 1916
      • Son of George Thomas & Maria ( ? ) Jacoby, born in France.
    • Sarah C., wife of Dr. F., May 1, 1843-Apr 17, 1915
      • Daughter of Wilcox & Mary (Kennedy) Crandell, born in Sunbury, Delaware County, OH
  • Jacques, Albert W., died July 10, 1903 [Section 51, Block B-282]
  • Jaeger
    • Charlotte (Obituary; no photo) [Section 84 Grave 1436]
      • Charlotte was the daughter of Thornton and Margaret Freed Bishop, born 28 Jul 1887, died 9 Jul 1927, married 1st John Clayton Katzenmeyer, married 2nd George Jaeger.
    • [Section Z Lot 8]
      • Amelia Eve, wife of Geo. E., Sep 18, 1867-Feb 6, 1926
      • George E., July 10, 1862-August 14, 1943
    • Plot [Section X Lot 5]
  • Jahn, Ralph R., Ohio, PVT, US Army, World War II, June 23, 1896-February8, 1974 [Section 104 Block E]
  • James
  • Janeway, William H., Aug 27, 1858-Nov 19, 1905 (Detail), Woodmen of the World [Section 38]
  • Janney
    • Plot [Section J]
      • John Jay, 4TH. 25, 1812-12TH. 11, 1907, A Friend To All Good Causes, Brave In Loss And Grief
      • Rebecca, wife of John J., 1814-1886
  • Jashenosky
  • Jay
  • Jaynes
    • Elwood, 1878-1947 [Section 62]
    • Myrtle, 1883-1959 [Section 62]
  • Jeffers (See Robinson-Jeffers)
  • Jeffrey
  • Jeffrey-Carlile-Harris [Section 37-Lot 38]
      Listed in order taken
    • Wilson Carlile, July 1865-July 1941
      • W. Wilson, son of Justus A. & Katherine M. (Frederick) Carlile, born 15 Jul 1868 at Philadelphia, PA; died 3 Jul 1941 at Columbus.
    • Florence J. Carlile, June 1871-January 1955
      • Florence Carlile, daughter of Joseph Andrew & Celia Jeffrey, died 1 Jan 1955, wife of Wilson Carlile
    • Dorothea Carlile, October 1900-October 1918
      • Dorothea, daughter of W. Wilson & Florence (Jeffry) Carlile, born 13 Oct 1900, died 10 Oct 1918
    • Eleanor Jeffrey Carlile, July 10, 1897-August 12, 1898 [daughter of William Wilson & Florence (Jeffrey) Carlile]
    • Deborah A. Harris, Oct 2, 1818-May 5, 1891
      • Deborah Ann, daughter of William & Olive Clark
    • Celia C. Jeffrey, Oct 2, 1849-Apr 30, 1929
      • Daughter of Joseph & Deborah (Clark) Harris
    • Joseph A. Jeffrey, Jan 17, 1836-Aug 27, 1928
      • Joseph Andrew, son of James & Angeline (Robinson) Jeffrey, born Clarksville, Clinton County, OH
    • James Jeffrey, born Long Branch, N. J. 1809, died St. Marys, Ohio 1853; Angelina Robinson, wife of James, born Lebanon, Ohio, 1811, died St. Marys, Ohio 1848; James, Jr., born Lebanon, Ohio 1831-died 1831; and William Daniel, born Clarksville, Ohio December 27, 1832, died St. Marys, Ohio 1859
    • Carol Harris, 10 26
  • Jefferson, Dr. Eugene B., Aug 8, 1941-May 29, 1989 [Section 96]
  • Jenkins
  • Jennings, Carrie B., 1885-1958 and Sanford E., 1886-1970 [Section 95 Lot 111]
  • Jingles, Minnie, died 14 Feb 1961 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Jobes, All on same stone [Section L]
    • Samuel, died Feb 19, 1880, aged 55y 9m 17d
    • James, died Dec 3, 1866, aged 75y 1m 17d; Sarah, wife of James, died Nov 7, 1878, aged 75y 5m 22d; and Mahali F., dau of J & S, aged 14y [no dates]
    • Mariam E., wife of Samuel, died July 22, 1909, aged 68y 8m 17d; and Four infant daughters of S. & M.E.
  • Jones (See also Lattimer - Jones and Jones-Felton)
    • Charles W, 1851-1928; and Sarah A, his wife, 1859-1925 (Whole stone) [Section 82]
    • Clara R., 1868-1959 [Section 62; See also Rauch-Jones Plot]
    • Cleo Kimberling, October 13, 1918-May 19, 1978 [Section 106 Lot 137]
    • Donald R., Ohio, PVT CO A, 923 ENGR REGT, World War II, April 18, 1924-December 29, 1970 [Section 104 Block E Space 25]
    • Father, E. Edward, 1875-1961 [Section 111 Lot 333]
    • Mother, Esther A., 1886-1961 [Section 111 Lot 333]
    • Esther Blanche, 1896-1901 [Section 54]
    • Gretrude Blanche, 1903-1906 [Section 54]
    • H. Charles, died 20 Apr 1933 (Obituary; no photo)
    • Herbert Searles, August 8, 1905-April 2, 1975 [Section 106 Lot 137]
    • J. Ellsworth, 1864-1946 [Section 62; See also Rauch-Jones Plot]
    • Jeanette, died July 1897 (Funeral notice; no photo)
    • Jack Paul, 1931-1933 [Section Z; see also Zollinger]
    • Jennie E., 1867-1950 [Section 62; See also Rauch-Jones Plot]
    • John, 1863-1906; John D., 1843-1905, and Catherine, 1845-[blank], Woodmen of the World (Whole stone) [Section 63]
    • Brother, John D., Apr 25, 1868-Mar 27, 19[28] [Section 62 Lot 540 Space 4]
    • Johnnie, Aug 29, 1872-Nov 9, 1876 (Whole stone) [Section S-north]
    • Linda Beth, July 1949 (See Hain)
    • Lewis H., 1868-1933 [Section 62; See also Rauch-Jones Plot]
    • Margaret E., 1851-1909 [Section 62]
    • Melanie Sue, Oct 11, 1966-Apr 30, 1967 [Babyland]
    • Nannie, 1856-1935 [Section 62 Lot 7-11; Columbus Home for the Aged lot]
    • Mother, Nettie M., 1874-1949 [Section 62; See also Rauch-Jones Plot]
    • Newton M., 1866-1941; he was to all a father, brother, friend (Whole stone) [Section 54]
    • Mother, Nina, 1867-1941 (sh)
    • Raleigh H., 1873-1922 (Masonic emblem) [Section 62; See also Rauch-Jones Plot]
    • Son, Robert M., 1919-1954 [Section 111 Lot 333]
    • Roland, 1875-1908 [Section 59]
    • Thomas D., died Oct 16, 1853, aged 24 ys [Section I]
    • George Dudley, died 8 Apr 1934 (Funeral Notice; no photo)
    • Harriet B., died Sep 1943 (Funeral Notice; no photo)
    • Isaac E., died 16 Nov 1925 (Obituary; no photo)
    • Wilda Mae, 1898-1961 [Section 82]
    • Wm. M., 1860-1910 and Annie, 1864-1947, Woodmen of the World [Section 63]
    • Section B Lot 15 (See also Halderman-Bull)
    • Plot Monument, Section O
      • I. C. [Icabod Gibson], M.D., born in Unity Waldo County Maine, July 18, 1807, died in Columbus O., Mar 14, 1857
      • Capt. James Kilbourne, 1836-1910, In the war of 1861, on the battlefield, fighting to save his country, he wrote - On her bosom let me slumber; One her alter let me lie; I am not afraid, my mother; In so good a cause to die.
      • Cynthia, daughter of the late James Kilbourn and widow of Dr. I. C. Jones, born at Worthinton, 1809; died at Columbus, 1898.
    • Section 28 Lot 66 (Contact Carolyn Shipman, )
      • Andrew, 27 Oct 1876-11 Aug 1881 (No stone)
        • Son of David & Melissa C. (Brintlinger) Jones
      • David, CO D, 120 OHIO CAV, 2 Feb 1842-15 Aug 1913
      • Daughter, Lesla, 1890-1930
        • Daughter of David & Melissa C. (Brintlinger) Jones
      • Mother, Melissa C., 1850-1914
        • Daughter of Daniel & Minerva (Cummins) Brintlinger, born 10 Mar 1850, died 17 Sep 1914 (See also Brintlinger)
      • Daughter, Minerva A., 1874-1945
        • Daughter of David & Melissa C. (Brintlinger) Jones, born 23 Nov 1874-8 May 1945
      • Grace Jones Fallen, daughter of David & Melissa C. (Brintlinger) Jones, 28 Jun 1893-5 Sep 1930 (Obituary; no stone)
    • Section 30; listed in order taken
      • Ann O., 1869-1942
      • Helen, 1874-1945
      • John O., died March 27, 1872, aged 78 yrs 6 mo 11 ds; Mary, died Sept 12, 1918, aged 85 years; John J., died Mar 15, 1881, aged 50 yrs 8 mo 12 ds; and Ann, wife of J J, died Apr 6, 1872, aged 30 years (Whole stone)
      • John R., Sarah L, and Johnny, children of J J & A
        • John R., born 14 Dec 1862, died 12 Sep 1864
        • Sarah Ellen, born 5 Mar 1872, died 30 Mar 1872
        • John R., born 16 Oct 1867, died 16 Jul 1875
    • Section 50 Lot 20
        Listed in order photographed
      • Carrie L., 1888-1968
        • Daughter of Dr. John William Jones and Cora A. (McPherson) Jones, born 18 Aug 1888, died 21 Apr 1969; taught the deaf in Columbus.
      • John W., 1860-1930
        • Dr. John William Jones, born 25 Jan 1860 in Adams County, Ohio, died 28 Sep 1930, was the superintendant of the Ohio School for Deaf and Dumb beginning from 1895 until his death; and president of the Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf, 1925-1927. Contact for biographical sketch
      • Cora A., 1861-1942
      • Helen C., 1900-1901
        • Helen Clark Jones, daughter of Dr. John William Jones and Cora A. (McPherson) Jones, born 21 Aug 1900, died 1 Sep 1901
    • Jones-Felton Mausoleum [Section 65 Lot 14]
      • Ethel G. Hirst, 10 Aug 1883-8 Sep 1883, daughter of A C & Mary A Hirst
      • David Jones, Sr., born in Wales 28 Dec 1778, died in Columbus, 25 Apr 1839 [probably removed from North Graveyard]
      • David Jones, Jr., son of David & Mary A Jones, 6 Apr 181-27 Aug 1824 [probably removed from North Graveyard]
      • Emma L. Jones, daughter of Richard & Mary Jones, 11 Oct 1854-23 Aug 1921
      • Mary Jones, daughter of Edward & Elizabeth Jones, 12 Oct 1816-1 May 1884
      • Mary A. (Simmons) Jones, born Harpers Ferry, Virginia, 1 Jan 1784-28 Nov 1852
      • Nancy M. Jones, daughter of David & Mary A Jones, 11 Feb 1820-26 Dec 1846
      • Julia A. Felton, daughter of Richard & Nancy M. Jones, 2 Jun 1844-17 Aug 1914
      • Rufus Felton, son of William & Julia Felton, 5 Feb 1870-6 Oct 1872
      • Mary G. Miller, 2 May 1854-17 Jan 1933 (originally bur. at Union Cemetery?)
      • Child of James & Elizabeth Ohlin, still-born 11 Aug 1869
      • William Felton, son of Erastus & Fannie (Beardsley) Felton, born Muskingum County, Ohio, 29 Sep 1836, died 16 May 1911
        • Served as Captain, in Co. A, 90th OVI, Civil War; enlisted 21 Aug 1862, discharged 13 Jun 1865
    • Section 89 Lot 325 (Contact Carolyn Shipman, )
    • Plot Monument [Section 111 Lot 543]
  • Johnson
    • Ambrose, 1868-1932 and Minnie, 1870-1953 [Section 92]
    • Mother, Catherine H. (Lott), Feb 28, 1842-July 10, 1929 [Section Z Lot 4]
    • Charles B., 1840-1923 & Charity E., 1847-1921 [Section 62]
    • D. B., CO F, 20 US INF [Section 51, Block A-133]
      • Daniel B. Johnson, born 17 Nov 1836, Detroit, MI, died from peritonitis, 2 Jul 1902
    • David L., 1848-1913 and Sarah E., 1853-1913 [Section 62]
    • Edward S., 1870-1951 and Norine M., 1885-1957 [Section 106]
    • Francis H., CO F, 46 Ohio INF [Section 51, Block B-273]
    • Geo., CO E, 77 OHIO INF [1843-21 Sep 1913] [Section 51, Block B-6]
    • Harry L., 1871-1946 (tb)
    • Son, Harry S., 1911-1914 (tb)
    • Father, Henry C., June 18, 1843-Nov 2, 1899 [Section Z Lot 4]
    • Harry Wake, 15 Jul 1892-7 Oct 1944 (Obituary; no stone)
    • Ida May, 1881-1947 (tb)
    • Infant, Sept 30, 1948 [Babyland]
    • SERGT, Joshua, CO A, 80 OHIO INF [Section 51, Block B-79]
      • Son of Abram, born 29 Aug 1839, died 31 Dec 1910
    • Leve, Jr., April 23, 1895-Jan 26, 1981 (Portrait) and Judith K., June 14, 1900-June 17, 1977 (Portrait) (Whole stone)
    • Mother, Mary, 1842-1908 [Section 64 Lot 80]
      • Also buried in Section 64 Lot 80 are two victims of the 25 Mar 1913 flood (no stones): Martha Ella Johnson Smith, daughter of William Johnson and his wife Mary Hopkins, born 23 Apr 1875 (Death certificate no. 15156) and William J. Johnson, born 29 Sept 1868, brother of "Ella" Johnson Smith. (Interment record no. 44827)
    • Noble P., May 17, 1850-Apr 14, 1898, CO H 198TH OVI, Woodmen of the World (Whole stone) [Section47]
    • Oscar F., 1906-1957 (tb)
    • Daughter, Pearl M., 1910-1914 (tb)
    • Rex M., 1900-1984 and Audrey M., 1909-2000 [Section 75]
    • Husband, Sanford E., Oct 17, 1866-Nov 2, 1832 [Section Z Lot 4]
    • Wm. [rest illegible] [Section 51, Block B-276]
    • William, Sept 16, 1850-Nov 1, 1911, Woodmen of the World (Whole stone) [Section E Lot 5; owned by heirs of Robert Brooks]
      • William was the son of William & Sarah (Hunter) Johnson, born at Cable, Champaign County, Ohio.
    • Plot Monument [Section B, Johnson-Sessions Lots] (Listed in order taken)
      • Orange, born in Marsfield, Conn, Feb 7, 1790, died Nov 28 1876, aged 87yrs and Achca Maynard, born in Montgomery, Mass, Apr 7, 1791, died May 21, 1882, aged 92 yrs
      • Wm. M., born in Worthington, Aug 15, 1816, died Apr 17, 1819 and Mary A., born in Worthington, Aug 15, 1816, died Apr 17, 1819
      • G. Helen Maynard Metcalf, born in Worthington, Ohio, Apr 13, 1836, died February 19, 1927 and William Park Metcalf, born in Washington, D. C., December 2, 1881, died January 8, 1940.
      • Francis C. Sessions, born at South Wilbraham, mass, Feb 27, 1820, died March 25, 1892 and Mary Johnson Sessions, born at Worthington, Ohio, July 12, 1823, died April 1, 1919
    • Plot Monument [Section 56 Lot 3]
      • Edward S., 1900-1941
        • Son of Edward, born 30 Apr 1900, died 4 May 1941
      • Baby, 1891-1891
      • Phoebe Burnham, 1958-1963
        • Daughter of Timothy L. Johnson, born 9 Jul 1958, died 29 Mar 1963
      • Thomas, 1827-1904
        • Son of Charles, born 27 Jan 1827, died 31 Mar 1904
      • Ann, 1832-1912
        • Daughter of Joseph Slater, born 2 May 1831 [sic.], died 24 Dec 1912
      • Solomon, 23 Jan 1872-9 Nov 1916
      • Charles Cooke, 1886-1930
        • Son of Edward Johnson, born 21 Sep 1886, died 1 Sep 1930
      • Stanley Bryce, PVT US ARMY, World War II, Mar 11, 1920-Jul 25, 2002
      • Mary Landrum, 1897-1965
        • Daughter of William Warre Landrum, born 19 Mar 1897, died 7 Mar 1965
      • Stanley Bryce, 1892-1963
        • Son of Edward, born 2 Nov 1892, died 24 Oct 1963
      • Blanche James, 3 Oct 1887-24 Aug 1974
      • Edward, 1855-1936
        • Son of Thomas, born 26 Aug 1855, died 18 Sep 1936
      • Helen M., 1856-1932
        • Daughter of Joseph B. Musser, born 2 Nov 1857, died 19 Aug 1932
    • Plot Monument [Section 56 Lot 5]
      • Alice Bancroft, wife of Thomas, 1859-1933
        • Daughter of Evan W. Bancroft, born 5 Jul 1859, died 20 Jan 1944
      • Thomas, 1853-1941
        • Son of Thomas, born 6 Dec 1852 [sic.], died 22 Oct 1941
      • Mary Z. Carnes, wife of Thomas, 1858-1902
        • Daughter of Alfred Carnes, bonr 14 Oct 1858, died 4 Jul 1902
      • Walter Carnes, 1887-1924
        • Son of Thomas & Mary Z. (Carnes) Johnson, born 23 Feb 1887, died 26 Jun 1924
    • Plot, Section 83 Lot 20 (Contact Andrea Long, )
  • Johnston, William J., died 22 Dec 1920 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Jones
    • A. S., CO F, 2 Ohio INF, MEX. War [Section 51, Block B-145]
    • Henry, CO E, 26 USCI [Section 51, Block B-65]
      • Son of William Jones, born 1846, died 5 Aug 1903
    • Henry C., CO G, 195 Ohio INF [Section 51, Block B-265]
    • Luke, CO C, 107 U.S.C.I. [Section 51, Block B-271]
  • Jordan
    • 1ST SGT, Chas., USA [Section 51, Block A-187]
    • Cheryl Lynn, April 5, 1966-Aug 29, 1967 [Babyland]
    • Mother, Ethel E. Grady, Sept 15, 1901-Sept 23, 1977 [Section 74 Lot 175--see also Grady]
      • Ethel E. Grady Jordan, daughter of Oren & Sadie (Brobst) Grady, died at Pleasantville, Fairfield County, Ohio;
    • "Our Danny Boy," George Daniel, Aug 25, 1944-Apr 20, 1950 [Babyland]
    • James T., died 17 Apr 1933 (Obituary; no photo)
  • Joslin, Jno., CO I, 194 NY INF [Section 51, Block B-146]
    • Also known as John J. Joslin, born in New York, died 9 Jun 1909
  • Jubelt [Section 101 Lot 298]
    • Mommie, Bernice E. (Plymel), Dec 23, 1908-Sept 12, 1952 (Contact Mary Ann Klein, )
    • Daddy, Karl G., May 8, 1904-Aug 30, 1984
  • Jungkurth, Geo. H., Feb 28, 1861-Nov 3, 1900 (on back of Long Monument [Section 54 Lot 87]
  • Junker
  • Juvenile, Thomas B., PVT CO G, 79 OH, VOL INF, May 17, 1844-Sep 27, 1933 [Section 71 Block 4 Grave 3]

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