The native German and wealthy liquor baron Edmund Dexter and his American wife, Mary Ann lived in downtown Cincinnati’s swankiest residence at Fourth and Broadway (torn down by Western-Southern Life Insurance Co. in 1914).
It’s not known where Edmund Dexter was buried initially, but eight years later his body was the first to be interred in the mausoleum in 1870.
Final Resting Place:
Spring Grove Cemetery
4521 Spring Grove Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45232
Grave Location:Section 20, Lot Q, Dexter Cathedral, Catacomb 2
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery through the historic main entrance (not the funeral home entrance) drive straight ahead and under the trestle bridge. As you drive along you will see Section 20 on your left along with the large Fleischmann Mausoleum. At the next intersection turn left and drive 200 feet to the imposing Dexter Mausoleum located on the road in Section 20.
Grave Location GPS39.16832153509037, -84.52611424894799
Visiting The Grave:
Read More About Edmund Dexter:
- Searching Out the “Old Dexter Whiskey” Three
- Who is buried in the Dexter Mausoleum at Spring Grove Cemetery?
- Very rate interior shot of the catacombs in the Dexter Mausoleum
- Dexter Bourbon Company is named in honor of the world famous 1800s bourbon blender – Edmund Dexter
- The Courtroom Drama Surrounding Spring Grove's Dexter Mausoleum