Spring Grove Cemetery Memorials
Historic Landmark Of Medina's Post Civil War Period
Governed by a board of families with early Medina descendants memorialized at the cemetery, Spring Grove opened in 1883. It connects today’s small suburban city with it’s early days as a developing rural region.
The cemetery is located at the intersection of Weymouth Road (Route 3) and East Washington Street (Route 18). A small chapel is available and may be used for burial ceremonies.
With nearly 9,500 memorials, the cemetery represents a historic and growing period following the post-civil war era of Medina County. Among those memorialized include Harrison Gray Otis Blake, a Civil War Union Army Officer and member of the United States Congress.
Memorial Designs, Specifications And Standards
With a 125-year history, Kotecki Family Memorials has a long legacy as both a partner and provider of custom community memorials. The work of five generations of family members is well represented throughout the Northeast Ohio area including Spring Grove Cemetery. Our team is knowledgeable and experienced in the cemetery’s standards for memorial styles, granite colors, monument inscriptions, and gravesite preservation.
Spring Grove Cemetery - Medina, Ohio
This cemetery was established in the late 1800s as part of the country’s rural cemetery movement during the post Civil War period. It has gone through a renovation period including restoration of the cemetery’s chapel built in 1884.
- Street Address: 115 North Spring Grove Street
- City: Medina, Ohio
- County: Medina
- Established: 1883
- Memorials: 9,449 *
Helpful Links For Creating A Custom Memorial With Kotecki
SPRING GROVE CEMETERY LINKS:
Below are links to notable or reference material as featured on FindAGrave.com:
- Spring Grove Cemetery Homepage
- MEMORIAL : Harrison Gray Otis Blake – 1818-1876 – US Congressman and Union Civil War Officer
- MEMORIAL : John William Brown – 1913-1993 – Medina’s Mayor In 1950 and Ohio Governor
- MEMORIAL : Fremont Orestes Phillips – 1856-1936 – Early Medina Mayor, Probate Judge, and US Representative