Serving Ky since 1843
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"... Since the widening and beautification of 12th Street, the neighborhood is taking on a new pride, and the access to the cemetery is much easier to find.... The cemetery comprises 22 acres of gorgeous land--manicured and lovingly maintained.... There is still clover and in the spring, carpets of sweet violets blanket the grass.... I find the care taken to restore and maintain the old markers at Linden Grove far better than any cemetery I've been in, save Spring Grove."-Jonni L.
This website is sponsored by the American Legion Post 203 and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 203, Covington, Ky.
The current and sole entrance to the Cemetery is obscurely located on an alley, set back ½ blocks from Holman Avenue, the main thoroughfare connecting the Westside and Peaselburg neighborhoods. A new vehicular entrance in a more prominent and functional location is needed to improve public access to the Cemetery, an alternate egress for vehicles, and to create greater visibility befitting the Cemetery’s historic and cultural significance.
The reconstruction of West 12th Street/Martin Luther King Boulevard will provide greatly improved vistas of the Cemetery’s northern perimeter. The development of the new Saint Elizabeth’s medical center has generated a substantial increase in traffic along West 13th Street, the Cemetery’s longest and most prominent boundary. A set of vehicular entrance gates valued at more than $5,000 has been donated to the Cemetery by Mother of God Cemetery in Covington.