Doud Cemetery

Doud Cemetery (sometimes called Doud Farm Cemetery) is so called because it was originally the family burial ground of the Samuel Doud family. It is located on the south side of King-Graves (formerly King-Groves) Road at State Route 11.

The first known burial was Mahala Andrews in 1837. The last known burial was Mary Doud in 1920. No new burials are permitted.

This historic cemetery is maintained by Vienna Township. The other Township-maintained cemeteries are Dunlap Cemetery and Vienna Township Cemetery.


Please visit Find a Grave for headstone images and burials in Doud Cemetery.

Doud Cemetery interments [1]


Three veterans are known to be buried in this cemetery:

This map shows the locations of veteran graves through World War I in Dunlap Cemetery. [2]

In addition, a list of gravestones and their inscriptions was compiled in 1976 and is available here.

Doud Cemetery in October 1997.Image courtesy of Carol (Peigoswki) Pennington
Doud Cemetery in October 1997.Image courtesy of Carol (Peigoswki) Pennington
Doud Cemetery in October 1997.Image courtesy of Carol (Peigoswki) Pennington
Doud Cemetery in December of 2021.Image courtesy of Christine Novicky


In 2019 the Vienna Historical Society created the SAVE A GRAVE campaign to help preserve and restore tombstones in the historic Vienna cemeteries. Information about this project is available at the Vienna Historical Society's website.

Updated 12/16/2021
This entry is adapted from two articles in Vienna, Ohio, "Where We Live and Let Live": Town 4, Range 2 of the Connecticut Western Reserve (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1999): Carley Cooper O'Neill, "Township Cemeteries," pp. 117-119, and Fred L. Martin and James Bradley, "A Genealogical History of Vienna," pp. 74-75.
Jenkins, Janie S. "Trumbull Cemetery Attests to Lives of Stalwart People," Youngstown Vindicator, May 25, 1981, p. 25.
[1] Image from Trumbull County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions 1800-1930, Ohio Genealogical Society, Trumbull County Chapter (1983), p. 354.
[2] Map was prepared by the Work Projects Administration in the 1930s. The project numbers correlated to a statewide project called the Veterans Graves Registration. The legend includes wars only up to World War I.
Veteran information confirmed with Michael Penrose, Vienna Township Cemetery Sexton, May 2021.