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East Cleveland Township Cemetery

The cemetery was founded on August 31, 1859 by the East Cleveland Township which is no longer in existence. The cemetery property was part of an annexation that took place in 1892 and the cemetery is physically located in the City of Cleveland.

The mission of East Cleveland Township Cemetery Foundation is to provide education and patriotic events for the community pertaining to its historic heritage in an urban park setting that demonstrates the honor and respect due the early pioneer settlers of the Western Reserve.

Nearby

Museums & Galleries

1. Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

12 minute walk
The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) sustains Ohio’s...

2. The Sculpture Center

12 minute walk
The Sculpture Center is a not-for-profit arts institution dedicated to t...

Hospitals & Medical Facilities

1. Centers for Dialysis Care

8 minute walk
The CDC is a multi-facility organization that provides state-of-the-art ...

2. Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center

9 minute walk
Founded in 1921, Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center began with the si...

3. The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland

12 minute walk
The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland is one of the oldest free c...

Historical Landmarks

1. Hart Crane Memorial

6 minute walk
Hart Crane was an East High School student, who published his first poem...

2. Lake View Cemetery

13 minute walk
Established in 1869, Lake View Cemetery occupies 285 acres of serene set...

Dining

1. Happy Dog at the Euclid Tavern

9 minute walk
Serving hot dogs, tater tots, and more, the second location of the popul...

2. Indian Flame

10 minute walk
Standard Indian fare & lunch buffet.

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