Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery Mausoleum Collection
Scope and Content
The Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery & Mausoleum Collection contains an index of individuals who were interred in the cemetery and mausoleum until May 20, 2003. The index is arranged alphabetically by last name and provides the following information: Name of Deceased, Service #, Grdn, Section, Lot, Sb, Sp, Sex, Age, Service Date, Type, and Veteran.
- Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery and Mausoleum (Organization)
Restrictions on Access
There are no restrictions on accessing material in this collection.
Restrictions on Use
Copyright restrictions may apply. Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. Permission to publish, quote or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.
History of Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery & Mausoleum
The Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery & Mausoleum is located in Montgomery County, Ohio, on 8135 North Dixie Drive. The cemetery is divided into several sections including: traditional burial grounds, in ground cremation, veterans section, Columbaria, Mausoleum Crypts, and an infant section. The cemetery has been offering its services since 1923.
The cemetery has several notable internments; among the notable internments are: U.S. Congressmen Walter Hugh Albaugh and Harry Nelson Routzohn, race car drivers Charles Engle, William "Bill Mackey" Gretsinger, and Edward Lewber, Actress Agnes Moorehead, test pilot Howard M. Rinehart, and Medal of Honor Recipient Joe Calvin Paul (www.findagrave.com).
0.5 linear feet
Language of Materials
The collection is composed of an alphabetized index of internments, current up to its printing on May 20, 2003. The index is arranged alphabetically by last name and provides the following information: Name of Deceased, Service #, Grdn, Section, Lot, Sb, Sp, Sex, Age, Service Date, Type, and Veteran.
Statement of Arrangement
The index is arranged alphabetically by last name.
- Guide to the Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery & Mausoleum Collection (MS-393)
- Finding aid prepared by Jeremy Feador, May 2009.
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English