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  2. Lake View Cemetery - Wikipedia

    Lake View Cemetery is a privately owned, nonprofit garden cemetery located in the cities of Cleveland, Cleveland Heights, and East Cleveland in the U.S. state of Ohio. Founded in 1869, the cemetery was favored by wealthy families during the Gilded Age, and today the cemetery is known for its numerous lavish funerary monuments and mausoleums.

  3. Ohio. Cuyahoga County. Cleveland. Lake View Cemetery. Added: 1 Jan 2000. Find a Grave Cemetery ID: 41762. Established in 1869 by a group of prominent Cleveland residents. It is a garden style cemetery located on hilly ground, with nine miles of roads and the largest concrete poured dam in the United...

  4. Home | Lake View Cemetery

    Whether you plan to visit for the day or stay for eternity, Lake View Cemetery is open for all walks of life. Lake View has beautiful burial sites available. Start Planning

  5. These 15 grave markers tell stories of Cleveland's history ...

    Aug. 17, 2016. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Founded in 1869, Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland Heights is the final resting place for Cleveland's rich and famous. Within the cemetery's 285 acres is...

  6. Founded in 1869 by pioneering leaders of Cleveland, Lake View is one of the largest and most beautiful garden cemeteries in the United States. Modeled after the Victorian and Edwardian garden cemeteries of France and England, Lake View is filled with dramatic natural landscapes, curved roadways, artful plantings, and carefully designed monuments.

  7. Lake View Cemetery: Eternal home to Cleveland's most famous ...

    Lake View was inspired by the park-like cemeteries of Victorian England and continental Europe. The legendary Père Lachaise cemetery, which opened in 1804 in Paris, the largest and first garden ...

  8. 5 Reasons to Visit Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland

    Lake View Cemetery covers 285 acres, and it’s all beautifully manicured. 4. Famous figures. Cleveland was once one of the largest cities in the United States. Because of this, many big names called the city home – some of whom are buried in Lake View Cemetery. Some interesting graves you can visit include: John D. Rockefeller

  9. The James A. Garfield Memorial | Lake View Cemetery

    The James A. Garfield Memorial. U.S. President James Garfield died on September 19, 1881. Cleveland was chosen as the President's place of entombment, and after lying state in the rotunda of the Capitol for two days, Garfield's casket was taken to Lake View Cemetery by special train.

  10. LAKE VIEW CEMETERY, located between Mayfield and Euclid Ave. at Cleveland's eastern boundary, is known for its hilly, manicured landscape graced by monuments of famous Clevelanders and overlooked by Pres. Jas. A. Garfield's tomb. In July 1869 the Lake View Cemetery Assn. was formed with JEPTHA H. WADE as president.

  11. The Haserot Angel – Cleveland, Ohio - Atlas Obscura

    Cleveland’s Lakeview Cemetery contains over 100,000 graves, including those of presidents and business moguls. However, its most striking grave marker may be the unsettling statue known as ...