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Grinnell Mausoleum

This handome grave is the final resting place of Clayton Grinnell, who formed one half (along with his Brother Ira) of the Grinnell Brothers Company. Grinnell Brothers produced Pianos, Organs and other music related items like sheet music.

This mausoleum was designed by the Lloyd Brothers of Toledo, OH, and includes the family crest above the door. The Grinnell crest graced their products.

*With addional information from the late A. Dale Northup’s book Detroit’s Woodlawn Cemetery.*

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