Green Lawn Cemetery
Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio
Franklin Township

1000 Greenlawn Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43223
(614) 444-1123

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Name Date of BirthYear of Birth Date of Death
* = Date of Interment
Year of Death RemarksSectionLotFather's name
Quinn, Sturges S 17 May 1868 18 Mar 1870

Quinn, Samuel L
Quinn, Victoria Lee 23 Dec 1871 13 Jun 1923

Mustain, Thomas N
Quinn, William 18 Jul 1929 30 Jul 1979

Quinn, Ray
Quint, Leonard 02 Apr 1887 17 May 1906

Quint, Louis
Quirk, Margaret Annie 01 Dec 1873 31 Oct 1897

Creighton, Isaac
Quisno, Lula Dell Hutchinson 25 Jan 1877 13 Sep 1929

Mills, Wesley
Quith, William

Quynichee, Gabriel (Child Of) 16 Nov 1880 17 Nov 1880

Quynichee, Gabriel
Quynitchee, Charlotte (COL)
1844 27 Dec 1897

Quynitcher, Gabriel
Quynitcree, Sis 04 Feb 1864 16 Jul 1907

Quynitchee, William




Clark, Lauren, gravestone reading 2014.

Franklin County Recorder Veteran Grave database

Fleshman, Joe, Green Lawn Cemetery microfilm and other records transcribed by Joe Fleshman (name, date of birth/death, father's name) .htm. This source is cited as Fleshman.

Green Lawn Cemetery Notable Burials List provided by Green Lawn Cemetery 2013.

Green Lawn Cemetery Lot book pages and interment cards.

Gustafson, David K. and Leona L., Franklin County, Ohio Gravestone Photos &c. website, Green Lawn Cemetery, accessed June 2014, This source is cited as

Phillips, David E., "Monumental Inscriptions from Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio." The "Old Northwest" Genealogical Quarterly, Vol. X (July 1907), pages 248-258, Vol X (July 1907), pages 253-360, Vol XI (January 1908), pages 53-61, and Vol XI (July 1908), pages 223-228. This source is cited as Phillips.

Ranney, Dennis, information by e-mail 2014 regarding 4 Civil War Union soldiers whose gravestones incorrectly indicate they were Confederate soldiers: Elias Bowman, William Campton/Compton, William E. Holmes, & George H. Hudson, and Union soldier John Kennedy who has a gravestone at both Green Lawn Cemetery and Camp Chase Cemetery.

Schlegel, Donald M. The Columbus City Graveyards, Columbus: Columbus History Service (1985). This source is cited as Columbus City Graveyards.

Union Cemetery interment cards transferred to microfilm, 1971, Columbus Public Library.



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