Spring Grove Cemetery
Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum (733 acres) is a nonprofit garden cemetery and arboretum located at 4521 Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the second largest cemetery in the United States and is recognized as a U.S. National Historic Landmark.
Other articles related to "grove, spring grove cemetery, cemetery":
... The former is located on the grounds of Carter's Grove plantation in the Grove Community of southeastern James City County ... In December 2007, Carter's Grove was acquired from the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation by CNET founder Halsey Minor for $15.3 million ... However, Minor made no changes or repairs to Carter's Grove, and stopped making payments in 2010, announcing he owed $12 million in debts ...
... Walnut Grove is a commuter town (approx pop ... "Walnut Grove" is located at cross roads north of Highway 1 ... East of Walnut Grove lies the historic community of Fort Langley and other cities such as Abbotsford, BC ...
... Grove has two primary schools Millbrook Primary School ... Grove Church of England Primary School ... Grove has three public houses The Baytree, Denchworth Road The Bell, Main Street The Volunteer Inn, Station Road (Hook Norton Brewery) Grove rugby union and association football clubs play at the Cane Lane ...
... Edward Evans as Bob Grove Ruth Dunning as Gladys Grove Peter Bryant as Jack Grove Christopher Beeny as Lennie Grove Nancy Roberts as Gran Margaret Downs as Daphne Grove Sheila ...
... Spring Grove Cemetery is a nonprofit garden cemetery and arboretum in Cincinnati, Ohio ... Spring Grove Cemetery may also refer to Spring Grove Cemetery (Hartford, Connecticut), listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in Hartford County ...
Famous quotes containing the words cemetery, spring and/or grove:
“I am a cemetery abhorred by the moon.”
—Charles Baudelaire (18211867)
“When the storm rattles my windowpane
Ill stay hunched at my desk, it will roar in vain
For Ill have plunged deep inside the thrill
Of conjuring spring with the force of my will,
Coaxing the sun from my heart, and building here
Out of my fiery thoughts, a tepid atmosphere.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“Tomorrow let loveless, let lover tomorrow make love;
O spring, singing spring, spring of the world renew!
In spring lovers consent and the birds marry
When the grove receives in her hair the nuptial dew.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)