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Rosehill Cemetery & Mausoleum

Rosehill Cemetary is a Victorian era cemetery on Chicago's north side. At 350 acres, it's the largest cemetery in the city, initially intended to be called "Roe's Hill" after farmer Hiram Roe, but erroneously titled Rose Hill by a city clerk. The entrance gate was designed by the architect who designed the Chicago Water Tower, who is buried at the cemetery, along with many other well-known Chicagoans, Oscar Meyer and Montgomery Ward among them.

Location Information

Address: 5800 N Ravenswood Ave, Chicago, IL 60660

Neighborhood: Lincoln Square

Region: Chicago North

County: Cook

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Rosehill Cemetery & Mausoleum
Rosehill Cemetery & Mausoleum

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