Forest Hill Cemetery (Ann Arbor, Michigan)
Forest Hill Cemetery in Ann Arbor, Michigan is a 65-acre (260,000 m2) cemetery founded in 1857. A civil engineer named James L. Glenn designed the cemetery in the rural or garden style popular in the second half of the 19th century. The cemetery's main gate was designed by James Morwick in the Gothic Revival style. Gordon W. Lloyd, a leading architect based in Detroit, Michigan, designed the cemetery's gatehouse and sexton's residence, also in the Gothic Revival style.
Notable persons interred at Forest Hill
- James Burrill Angell, longest-serving president of the University of Michigan
- Samuel Willard Beakes, Mayor of Ann Arbor and U.S. Congressman
- Dr. Alvan Wood Chase, author of a publishing sensation: Dr. Chase's Recipes, or Information for Everybody
- Marion LeRoy Burton, president of the University of Michigan
- Charles Horton Cooley, sociologist
- Thomas McIntyre Cooley, professor of law, justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, president of the Interstate Commerce Commission
- Cecil O. Creal, Mayor of Ann Arbor
- Alpheus Felch, Michigan Governor and U.S. Senator
- William Asa Fletcher, first chief justice of the state of Michigan
- Henry Simmons Frieze, president of the University of Michigan
- Bradley F. Granger, U.S. Congressman
- Ted Heusel, Ann Arbor radio personality and Board of Education president.
- Harry Burns Hutchins, president of the University of Michigan
- Rusty Magee, American composer and lyricist for theater, film, and television
- William S. Maynard, Mayor of Ann Arbor
- Eugene B. Power, founder of University Microfilms and regent of the University of Michigan.
- Elisha Walker Rumsey, co-founder of Ann Arbor
- Alexander Grant Ruthven, president of the University of Michigan
- Bo Schembechler, head football coach and athletic director at the University of Michigan
- Bob Ufer, University of Michigan track star, sports broadcaster
- Leslie White, anthropologist
- Fielding H. Yost, head football coach and athletic director at the University of Michigan
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