Dublin Cemetery

Located on the bluff north of Furnace Street between Main and High, the cemetery was used between l832 and l838 by Irish families who came to Akron when the Canal was built. Many people were buried there in unmarked graves. When the bluff was cut away in grading for the Valley Railroad a number of skeletons were unearthed.

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