Cemetery Department

The City of Coshocton respectfuly operates and maintains 4 cemeteries; Caldersburg, Oak Ridge, Roscoe, and South Lawn.

Caldersburg - The original town name for the Roscoe Village area is the oldest and considered a Civil War Cemetery, established circa the mid 1800's. It no longer accepts interments. Located off State Route 541 just West of the interchange with State Route 16, it can be accessed via High Street in Roscoe Village. 

Roscoe - Established circa 1842 and located high atop Hill Street in Roscoe Village it can be accessed via the heart of Roscoe Village. Limited interments still take place in the rolling hillsides. 

Oak Ridge - Located at the North end of 6th Street in the city. A marker is located at the entrance for the first white settlers in Coshocton County (1799), Col. Charles Williams and his wife. 1840.

South Lawn - The largest of the four cemeteries, located on the corner of South 6th Street and Browns Lane. New sections have been recently opened assuring future available space. Of the four cemeteries, this one is home to the designated "Soldiers Ground" veterans area. 

All interments are scheduled weekdays by 3:00 pm unless a special request is made, with Saturday and Sunday services also available upon request. We have no public Mausoleums and all caskets are required to have burial vaults. Four local funeral homes are the main care providers, three in the city of Coshocton; Free Funeral Home, Given-Dawson Funeral Home, Miller Funeral Home and Fischer Funeral Home in the Village of Warsaw.

We hope to add interment lists as well as cemetery maps to this website in the future.

Additional Coshocton cemetery information may be found at:

  • Made In The USA City - July 4th 2014
  • Coshocton City Hall
  • South Lawn Cemetery
  • City Rec Park
  • City Panorama
  • Annin Flag
  • Annin Flag
  • Coshocton Campus
  • Main Street
  • Lake Park Pavillion
  • Roscoe Village
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