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Anyone can be buried in a plot as long as the original deed owner (or heir of the deed owner) signs an affidavit allowing a person to be buried in the plot.
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Please contact (937) 427-5549 or (937) 427-5514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for sales information and costs.
When a cemetery plot or grave is purchased, the cemetery retains ownership of the land. The purchase allows the owner the right to be buried on cemetery property. The burial right ownership is in perpetuity. It can be transferred to a family or willed to another family member or friend; however, if the lot remains empty after 50 years from the date of purchase, the original owner’s family has the right to renew it for another 50 years. If this does not occur, the lot or grave will revert back to the city.
No, you can only sell graves or lots back to the city at the original purchase price. Please contact us for more information.
Information about the decedents buried at the City of Beavercreek cemeteries can be accessed through the "Find-a-Grave" link on our website. Records are updated regularly, so check back for more information. If you are having trouble, please call our office at (937) 427-5549.
No, Mount Zion Shoup Cemetery is privately owned and operated. It is located across the street from Mount Zion Park Cemetery, which the city does manage, and has lots and graves available for purchase.
All Beavercreek cemeteries are open from dawn to dusk year-round.
No, but donations of trees, shrubs, and other plants are accepted.
Headstones made of natural material is allowed. It must fit on the grave and cannot overlap onto other graves or into the walkways.