Mount Calvary Cemetery
Arcadia Publishing, 2008 - 127 sivua
Mount Calvary Cemetery's 40 acres of sprawling land has been the final resting place of prominent citizens, religious figures, and even the notorious for over 142 years. Many of those interred here were Catholic immigrants that settled in Columbus long before it became the city of a million people. They built homes, established businesses, and sought a higher level of education, becoming lawyers, politicians, doctors, and businessmen. One became "the voice of the 1920s," and several streets throughout the city were named after others. For every image carved in majestic stone or simple marker engraved with a name and date, there is the untold story of an individual who made Columbus the great city it is today.
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The Infamous and the Famous
Albanese April 20 Avenue Baptist Church Bergin Bishop John Ambrose born December born February born July born March born October born September brother burial Catherine Catholic Cemetery Cincinnati circle Columbus Metropolitan Library Company consecrated daughter death December 25 died April died August died December died February died July died June died March died November died October died September director Egan Ellen epitaph reads final resting place Francis Franklin County funeral was held Germany and died Graham McNamee grave held at St Hemsteger High Street historical cemetery hospital interred Jacob January 26 John Ambrose Watterson John Heenan John the Baptist Joseph Joseph's Cathedral Joyce July 15 later located March 25 Margaret married Mary memorial Michael monument is engraved Mount Calvary Cemetery Naghten October 11 Ohio Penitentiary ordained Peter Pontifical College Josephinum porcelain portrait president purchased Railroad Rest In Peace Seidensticker Sisters wife William Woodmen Zettler