Village of Warsaw

Coshocton County, Ohio

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The Walhonding Valley Historical Society

The Walhonding Valley Historical Society was formed in 2001 -- the culmination of a vision by community leader Marvin Davis, who died two years earlier. Marvin wished there to be a way for people to share in preserving the past for future generations so they can cherish its traditions and learn from its lessons. The Society is governed by a Board of Trustees, which has adopted bylaws and incorporated with the state as a non-profit corporation.

Walhonding Valley Fire District

The Walhonding Valley Fire District was established in 1987 in a five bay building on Main Street in Warsaw. The original fire department was formed in 1925 and was the Warsaw Fire Department. To read more, visit their site.

Coshocton County

The Official site of Coshocton County where you can get information on all County offices, services, etc.

River View School District

Information concerning the River View School District which serves the Village of Warsaw.

United Way of Coshocton County

Coshocton County's United Way organization with listings of their members and programs.

Valley View Cemetery

"For our greatness can be traced to the biographies of our dead."
- F.E. Whittemore


Valley View Cemetery is located approximately 1 mile from Main Street, Warsaw, on SR 60. May Cornwell, the first person buried in Valley View Cemetery was laid to rest in the year 1908

The cemetery presently contains over 2,100 grave sites, on 26.15 peaceful acres of land. The latest development of 15 acres, purchased in October 1998 is dedicated in the name of Franklin J. Fischer. Fischer was a long time cemetery trustee since 1943, and entrepreneur of Fischer Funeral Home, the oldest, continuously active, family owned business in Warsaw (1937).

Valley View Cemetery is open dawn to dusk daily. Must enter cemetery by 4:00 p.m.

Contact: Kevin Sharier at 740-502-7021 with all enquiries

Cemetery Rates



Linear Feet Number of Graves Cost
6 1 $400
10 2 $800
12 3 $1,200
16 4 $1,600
20 5 $2,000
24 6 $2,400


Grave Space = $400.00 (Perpetual Care included)
One Lot = 6 graves or 24 linear feet

Opening and Closing of Grave:

$600 full burial - $800 on weekends and holidays


$300 cremation - $400 on weekends and holidays


$200 infant - $300 on weekends and holidays

Pricing effective 2019

No Burials on: Easter, Memorial Day, Independance Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving,                                 Christmas Day


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Jul 20, 2022
07:00PM - 09:00PM
Council Meeting