Alexander L. Greer monument. Greer was born in Ireland in 1807 and died in Covington in 1884. He was active in the Covington & Lexington railroad and in land development in Covington. Greer Street on the Westside is named in his memory.
Covington Protestant Childrens Home monument.
Poor nutrition and the lack of modern medical care often resulted in the death of young children. Above is the tombstone of Viola Pearl Jordan, the daughter of Wm. H. and Matilda Jordan. Viola Pearl died on May 22, 1871 at the age of 1 year, ten months and 15 days.
Adults also often died from disease at a young age. This tombstone marks the grave of Jacob Lamarie who died on Cholera on June 19, 1851 at the age of 32 years, seven months and 16 days.
This graceful monument is in memory of Ephraim Robbins, a charter member of the Western Baptist Theological Seminary Board of Directors. Robbins Street in the west end is named in his honor.
Speakers platform and cannon near the Civil War Section
Family mausoleums near the old lake.
Civil War Burial Section Union Soldiers and Confederate Soldiers are buried facing each other in uniform rows.