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The Manslick Cemetery was originally on the grounds of Louisville's "Home for Aged and Infirm" (opened in 1874) and was referred to as the "Alms House Cemetery". The main entrance to the Home was on 7th Street and at some point, the cemetery name was changed to "7th Street Cemetery". The Home was closed in 1953 and the cemetery name was subsequently changed to Manslick, the name of the road which bordered the Home property to the east. Manslick Road was later rerouted and the largest part of the cemetery is now located between Manslick & Old Manslick Roads with the rest located north of Old Manslick. Ca1987, with the Manslick Cemetery at capacity, Louisville opened River Valley Cemetery as its cemetery for the poor.