In these articles we visit six different historic cemeteries across Trumbull County to explore the history of Trumbull County and the noteworthy people whose stories and legacies were left behind.
Located at the intersection of State Routes 87 and 193, this national historic district area has 12 buildings listed on the National Historic Registry. The prominent architecture styles include both Greek Revival and Federal.
The Vienna Memorial Cemetery is tucked behind the quaint New England-style village green of Vienna Center and faithfully serves as a resting place for Vienna Township’s deceased for over 130 years including some noteworthy individuals local to Trumbull County and its history.
A tract of land longer than it is wide along the south side of Dennison-Ashtabula Road, the East Greene Cemetery is a bucolic pioneer burial ground set at the edge of a forest glade in Trumbull County Northeast Ohio.
Niles Union Cemetery in Trumbull County Ohio got its start in 1806 and was originally known as Jack Oak Burying Ground. It would suffer major damage over a century later in 1985 when a rare, powerful tornado passed through the area.