John Myers Olin
A lawyer and politician, he was the president and early guiding force of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association, a private organization designed to promote and develop a park system for Madison. After 1909 Olin retired from most public affairs because of ill health, but continued to live in Madison. In recognition of his services in this capacity, the city named Olin Park in his honor in 1924, the same year of his death. The former Olin Terrace was also named in his honor.

Interred at Forest Hill