Lebanon Cemetery Warren County Ohio
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Lebanon Cemetery
Lebanon, Ohio

Index to Available Tombstone Photos
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ [no surname]

From Page 472 of Beers 1882 History of Warren County:

"The Lebanon Cemetery Association was organized at a meeting in the town hall of Lebanon, June 20, 1850. The capital stock of the association was divided into twenty-five shares of $50 each, and one share was taken by each of twenty-five stockholders. The first officers were: A. H. Dunlevy, President; John E. Dey, Jacob Egbert, Robert Boake and William M. Charters, Trustees; Horace M. Stokes, Clerk; and William F. Parshall, Treasurer. The grounds of the association at first consisted of eight and one-half acres, which were tastefully laid out according to a plat drawn at the request of the President, by John Van Cleve, Esq., of Dayton. Additions have since been made to the grounds, until they comprise nearly fifty acres. The first interment was that of Hannah Seely, who was buried August 29, 1850 [in lot #276]. In 1881, there were 450 lot-holders, and the total number of burials in the cemetery was 1,913, of which 208 were remains removed from the older graveyards. The grounds contain many beautiful and costly monuments, among which is the family monument, simple and chaste in design, of one of Ohio’s most distinguished men – Thomas Corwin."

The cemetery has been expanded a number of times over the years and remains an active cemetery operated by the City of Lebanon Divison of Parks and Cemeteries. Nearly 11,000 burials have been recorded as of June, 2002.


  • North side of West Silver Street (Route 123) between Broadway and West Street. The entrance Road is called Hunter Street.
  • "Ohio Cemeteries 1803-2003" by the Ohio Genealogical Society , Cemetery #12309 [Lebanon Cemetery]
  • Coordinates: 39° 26' 18"N, 84° 12' 50"W
  • TRS: Range 3N Township 4E Section 6, Lebanon, Ohio.


Cemetery Transcriptions:

  • D.A.R. Turtlecreek Chapter & Warren County Historical Society (available at the Historical Society Library)
    • Early Vital Records Vol 5. page 18-71 (1850-1870)
    • Early Vital Records Vol 11 (1859-1899)
    • Early Vital Records Vol 12 (1899-1918)
    • Early Vital Records Vol 14 (1918-1941)
    • Early Vital Records Vol 13 (1941-1956)
    • Early Vital Records Vol 20 (1956-1974)
  • Warren County Genealogical Society

  1910 vintage postcard showing the entrance to Lebanon Cemetery from the Lawrence Aubrey Stuart Collection, donated 11 Mar 2005 by his grandson, Kenneth Lawrence Crow
[click on thumbnail for larger image]
1899 vault - located on the south side of Section H. by
Arne H Trelvik
Thomas Corwin Monument in Old Section lots 97, 98, 117, 118 by
Arne H Trelvik

26 June 2006
Odd Fellows Monument in Old Section Lot 198 by
Arne H Trelvik

16 September 2006
Shaker Monument in Section C, Lot 99, 100, 147, 148 by
Katherine Lollar Rowland
27 July 2004

A.D. 1953
erected by
American Legion, D.A.V. and V.F.W.

Memorial Day, May 25, 2009

Index to Available Tombstone Photos
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ [no surname]

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