- Cremation Memorials
- Customized Memorials
- Double-depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright headstones
- Veterans Cemetery Section
A beautiful Baltimore cemetery
Families in Baltimore, Maryland, and the surrounding communities are always assured the same outstanding personal attention and caring assistance that have been synonymous with Cedar Hill for more than 130 years. Nineteen gardens are found in Cedar Hill's historic Monument Section, and the cemetery has an extensive collection of historic grave markers. In the newer locations, special care has been taken to replicate the tradition and design of the Monument Section, the cemetery's oldest area.
Variety of interment and burial options
Cedar Hill offers a variety of interment options including traditional ground burials, family burial estates, mausoleum entombments, lawn crypt gardens and cremation memorializations. With meticulously maintained grounds and a dedicated, caring team, Cedar Hill will continue to attract generations of families. Our team members are committed to serving your family as we would our own—with compassion, understanding and professionalism on which you can rely.
A personal approach
We believe that personal attention and genuine care for families are the most important services we can provide. We are able to help you with all your arrangements, as well as with any special requests that will further personalize your experience. We are a proud member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers, offering quality, compassionate care and service you can trust.
The growth and development of Cedar Hill Cemetery attests to the vision of David Engel, its founder. On November 4, 1874, David Engel, a wealthy merchant of Baltimore City, purchased a tract of land in northern Anne Arundel County. Soon thereafter, Engel established the Cedar Hill Cemetery Company and became 1 of the 7 members of the Board of Directors.
David Engel’s involvement with the management of the new cemetery was short lived when he died at his home on May 25, 1875. After making generous bequests to his brothers and sisters, to several charitable organizations and to his church, David Engel specified in his will that he was to be buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
We now have 35 Gardens, freestanding mausoleums in the Garden of Honor and Apostles, 2 Chapel Mausoleums (which have crypts available both inside and out), and our Last Supper Mausoleum has 8 levels with all crypts on the outside.