Here are some pictures we've taken of graves found in cemeteries in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. If you would like to get in touch, feel free to e-mail us at: irishmurr57@gmail.com
CALVARY CEMETERY / LAUSCHEThis monument can be found at Calvary Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio.  It was placed there in memory of Senator Frank J. Lausche.  (September 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006CALVARY CEMETERY / LAUSCHEHere's another view of the beautiful statue in memory of Senator Lausche.  (September 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006CALVARY CEMETERY, CLEVELAND, OHIOAnother Murray stone (close to the previous one) which we found at Calvary Cemetery.  (Again -- no relation.)  There are no names -- other than the Murray name -- on tStone found at Calvary Cemetery:  William McNamee (1904-1979), Rosemary McNamee (1904-1972), Peter J. Murray (1868-1941) and William A. (1884-1911).  (No relation to our Murray family.)© Carolyn S. MuCALVARY CEMETERYThese are some of the graves found in Calvary Cemetery in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  (September 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006CALVARY CEMETERY / MURRAYAnother Murray stone found in Calvary Cemetery.  Names on this stone are:  Mrs. Anne Murray (1865-1909), Minnie Coughlin (1892-1924), John Murray (1861-1932) and George J. Mur"Sacred to the Memory of Wm. J. Gleason, born in Clare, Ireland, June 2, 1846, died in Cleveland, Ohio, January 20, 1905.  Author - Orator - Soldier - Patriot.  Ever faithful to God, to Country and HuCALVARY CEMETERYGraves and monuments found in Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.  (September 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006CALVARY CEMETERY, CLEVELAND, OHIO"Pray for the Soul of Rt. Rev. Thomas Patrick Thorpe, Domestic Prelate, February 26, 1838 - March 17, 1907.  Zealous Priest and public-spirited Citizen."This monumentCALVARY CEMETERY, CLEVELAND, OHIOGrave of Richard (Louis) C. VOURRON (June 13, 1878 - July 8, 1951).  He's buried at Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.[His stone has the date of birthRIVERSIDE CEMETERYThis is the office of the Riverside Cemetery which was opened on Cleveland's west side in 1876.  (October 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006RIVERSIDE CEMETERYThese are some of the graves found at Riverside Cemetery in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  (October 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006RIVERSIDE CEMETERYThe Brainard mausoleum in Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  (October 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006A mausoleum in Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  (October 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006View of some of the graves in Riverside Cemetery, through the archway of the Chapel.  (October 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006Riverside Cemetery in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  (October 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006Riverside Cemetery in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  (October 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006The Chapel in the Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.  It's on the National Register of Historic Places.  (October 2006)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006ERIE STREET CEMETERYErie Street Cemetery is located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.  Having been established in 1826, it is Cleveland's second oldest cemetery.  (January 2007)© Carolyn S. Murray 2007ERIE STREET CEMETERYErie Street Cemetery as viewed through the gothic stone archway leading into the cemetery.  The cemetery is small, being only 8.9 acres, and has 17,935 interments.  (January 2007)©