Cave Hill Cemetery is a 296-section of land (1.20 km2) Victorian period National Cemetery and arboretum situated at 701 Baxter Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, United States. Its fundamental passage is on Baxter Avenue and there is an auxiliary one on Grinstead Drive. It is the biggest cemetery by region and number of internments in Louisville.
Cave Hill was sanctioned in 1848 on what was William Johnston's Cave Hill Farm, at that point a rustic property some separation east of Louisville. Johnston, who kicked the bucket in 1798, had constructed the main block house in Louisville on the grounds around 1788. City authorities had bought some portion of the land during the 1830s fully expecting structure a railroad through it, and a workhouse was worked there. The railroad was manufactured somewhere else, and the land was rented to neighborhood ranchers.
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701 Baxter Ave, Louisville, KY 40204, United States
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