Two municipal cemeteries are located in the Township of Milford.
- Oak Grove was established in the early 1800's and is listed on the Michigan Registry of Historic Sites. Many of Milford's early settlers are interred here.
- Milford Memorial was established after World War II for interring area soldiers, veterans and Milford residents. A memorial cemetery is one with markers that are flat or flush to the ground.
If you would like a flag placed on the grave of a veteran in one of our cemeteries (Milford Memorial, Oak Grove, St Mary), contact the Milford's American Legion Post 216, 248 684-9919 or the Clerk's Office to make arrangements, 248 685-8731.
Sexton (Caretaker) services which include grave sales, burials, and maintenance is performed by Huron Cemetery Maintenance at 248-887-6700.