|Cemetery of Spring Grove|
|Cincinnati Horticultural Society|
|The Ascension of Christ|
|Alexander McGuffy Marker|
|Andrew Erkenbrecher Monument|
Spring Grove is also the resting place of hundreds of soldiers, dating from the Revolutionary War to today. Eight Congressional Medal of Honor recipients are buried here. There are thirty-three Revolutionary Soldiers interred here. Forty Civil War soldiers of which thirty-four are Union Generals, including Major General Joseph Hooker. Hooker led the Union attack at the Battle of Antietam, but then suffered a horrible defeat at the hands of Confederate General Robert E. Lee at the Battle of Chancellorsville in 1863.
|Cedar of Lebannon|
|Grave of Johnny Appleseed|
Spring Grove is located at 4521 Spring Grove Avenue in Cincinnati. The cemetery grounds are open from 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. each day. The phone number is (513) 681-7526. Visit their web page at http://www.springgrove.org/ or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/sgcemetery. Spring Grove welcomes genealogy research on their web site.