Mifflin Cemetery

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Located within the city limits of Gahanna as you enter off of Rt. 62 on the north side of the road, you will find Mifflin Cemetery. The Cemetery has a rich history dating back to 1818. As you visit the grounds, you will see many names of well-known roads in Gahanna, such as Ridenour, Stygler and Agler, on the numerous headstones. The original section, located east of Olde Ridenour Road, was established as a cemetery for Mifflin Presbyterian Church on Granville Street in Gahanna. 

Interment books for burials in the historic sections of Mifflin and Riverside Cemeteries were lost in a fire many years ago. Using available existing records, we have been able to rebuild a database for nearly all existing burials in the cemetery.

Lots now are being sold in Mifflin Cemetery in Section M Block 2.

Mifflin Lot Map

Mifflin Section Map (PDF, 11 pages)

Subdivision Two Map (including lot owners)
This section is also known as Old Vault Center.

Old Cemetery map (including burials occurring as early as 1818)
This area is in the far southeast corner of the cemetery in Subdivision One.

Contact

Cemetery Office
155 Olde Ridenour Rd., Gahanna, OH 43230

(614) 471-4494

service@mifflin-oh.gov

Office Hours:
M-F, 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Service Director, Roger Boggs