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Cemeteries serve many purposes. They honor loved ones, commemorate lives and record history. They offer genealogical and historical insights into a common past. While Spring Grove is Cincinnati’s most well-known cemetery, there are many others with unique stories. WVXU visits three final resting places for civil war veterans, Cincinnati pioneers and early Jewish residents of Cincinnati.For more fascinating cemetery stories, visit NPR's Dead Stop: Road Trip Map.

Historic Union Baptist Cemetery Persists Despite Vandalism, Funding Woes

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Union Baptist Cemetery is the final resting place for some 120 black Civil War soldiers.