St Casimir's Non-Denominational Cemetery





Become a part of Question Mark Forever

St. Casimir's Non-Denominational Cemetery is one of Question Mark, Ohio's most hidden treasures. Amongst the everyday hustle and bustle, lies a serene yet vibrant park-like cemetery, full of wonder, mystery, and secret reflective moments. These moments may come in an unexpected flash of glinting light by a nearby reflecting pool or the song of a lark as it ponders its tumultuous existence but it is our goal to offer visitors the opportunity to engage in the poetry and solemnity of existence as they ponder the fleeting nature of time.

Serving Question Mark, OH and the surrounding region

Only feet from West Avenue

Question Mark’s oldest surviving historical cemetery

Located near West Avenue and 1st Street, St. Casimir's Non-Denominational Cemetery is the final resting place to many prominent Question Mark figures, including local politicians, industrialists, athletes, inventors, and even the town's founder, Reginald Willey. Headstones in the Historical Section date back to the 17th Century, and include families who have been part of Question Mark history for generations. Stately trees and impressive memorial markers announce the permanent memorial of all who are buried here. St. Casimir's Non-Denominational Cemetery serves as both a glimpse into the past and a beautiful place to imagine your future.