HOW TO FIND A GRAVE ON THE MAP:
Burials are listed alphabetically by last name, then first name and middle name or initial (if known).
Each grave is identified by a three part number [Block–Lot–Grave] for its location in the Cemetery. For example, Grave 39-
FINDING THE GRAVE IN THE CEMETERY:
Cemetery Blocks are numbered 1 to 82, 101,102,113, 151 to 154, and 200 to 213. (See the Cemetery Map). There are numbered, sandstone colored markers set in the ground at the end of the blocks along the main east-
Once you have found the appropriate block, use your Block & Lot Layout Map to find the lot and grave. All marked blocks have 12 lots per block (six on each side of the block) with eight graves in each lot. Blocks 57 through 82 have only 2 lots each (one per side) with ten graves in each lot.
In all cases, lots are numbered starting in the southeast corner of the block, and increasing to the north end of the block, then crossing to the northwest corner of the block and increasing back to the to the south end (a counter-
FINDING GRAVE 39-
To find Grave 39-
There is one area of the Cemetery with a unique layout. Blocks 151 through 154, known as “Baby Hill”, are located at the north end of the cemetery. Each block contains two continuous parallel Lots (Block 154 has a third), with the grave numbers beginning about 20 feet from the road and increasing to the north.
When the cemetery was first established in 1887, it was laid out with five east-