Wickliffe Cemetery

The Wickliffe Cemetery, established circa 1808, is located on one acre of land at 28855 Euclid Avenue. Wickliffe Cemetery is the final resting place of Wickliffe's early settlers, Civil War soldiers, and notable residents.

The cemetery consists of 184 known graves. Headstones are engraved with the names of Wickliffe's first-known settlers William and Clarissa Clarke Jones and the family of Colonel Abner C. Tarbell. Grave sites of Civil War veterans can be found on the north slope. Other notable family names include Arnold, Fuller, Grave, Lloyd, Taylor, Hardaker, King, Strong, and Rush.

When visiting the cemetery, one will find a wealth of Wickliffe history and memories.

Following the Memorial Day service at Wickliffe City Hall, the Brewer-Tarasco American Legion Post Number 7 honors the many veterans buried in the cemetery. Post members gather for the traditional playing of "Taps" and a 21-gun salute. As you visit the cemetery, you will find a wealth of Wickliffe history and memories.

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Wickliffe Cemetery Columbarium Niches Now Available

In 2008, the Wickliffe Cemetery was reopened for columbarium inurnments of cremated remains. There are two columbariums: beautiful stone structures that hold 48 niches (24 on each side). There are stone benches that visitors can utilize as they remember their departed loved one.

Niche sizes are 11" by 11" by 11"  and accommodate one urn per niche.

There are additional fees for inurnment, engraving of niche face, disurnment, and deed transfers. See forms below for pricing and purchase procedures.

To schedule an appointment to purchase a niche or to have information mailed to you, please contact Sandi Fink at Wickliffe City Hall at 440-943-7105 or email.