New Belleville Ridge Cemetery was established in 1850 and is situated on the border of Perrysburg and Middleton Townships in Wood County, Ohio.
The cemetery is administered by a board consisting of representatives from both townships. With a park-like setting of over 100 acres, New Belleville Ridge has offered a serene final resting place for local citizens for nearly two centuries, including civil war heroes, Northwest Ohio settlers and beloved members of our community. Information regarding hours, rules and pricing can be found on this site, with a grave locator coming soon. We ask that visitors to New Belleville Ridge respect the memory of the interred and help preserve the beauty of our cemetery.
Updated rules approved November 2023 can be found here. These rules may be altered or amended at any regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the New Belleville Ridge Joint Cemetery. Contact our clerk or sextons if you have questions or need more information.
|Single Grave Purchase (notarized Deed)
|Open/Close casket burial
|Evening^/Weekend/Holiday – Open/Close casket burial
|Evening^/Weekend/Holiday – Cremated Remains
|Recording Fee release of interest/cremation certificate filing with full burial
|Foundation Installation for Monument
8” added to length and width of base for trim plus 4” height from ground level. Foundations poured spring and fall – weather permitting
|$0.25 / sq inch
|Military Foundation Base Installation
*Residency in either Middleton Township or Perrysburg Township is required. Ownership of property does not constitute residency. Lifetime residents who pass away in a care facility will be charged resident pricing.
^ Monday-Friday evening hours begin 4:00 p.m.
Appointments must be made with the Clerk to purchase a grave(s) and obtain a Deed for same.
Monument orders must be faxed or emailed to the Clerk.
Two burials are allowed per grave, i.e. one (1) casket burial and one (1) set of cremated remains or two (2) sets of cremated remains.
Cremated remains may be placed in the casket of a deceased. The cremation certificate must be filed with the Clerk and will be recorded at the time of burial.
Find a Grave
Refer to the detailed plot maps to easily find available burial sites or the grave of a loved one, or contact the cemetery clerk or sexton for assistance. Search-by-name functionality is planned and will be available at a future date.