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Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, Names of Lot Owners (1879)

Below is a list of links to the pages found in a pamphlet published in 1879 containing an "Annual Report to the Lot–Owners," which includes a list of lot owners, along with the size and location of the plots, for Woodlawn Cemetery. Woodlawn Cemetery, located in the Bronx, is one of several mega-cemeteries outside of Manhattan that opened at a time following the enactment of regulations which strictly limited burials in New York City (Manhattan). Hence, you will find many persons that lived in Manhattan, as well as other Boroughs that together now make up New York City, buried in Woodlawn and other out-of-borough cemeteries in Queens and Brooklyn.





Cover & Front Matter, Including Table of Contents

Cover

Title Page

Cemetery Officers

Table of Contents


Report of the Board of Trustees

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Decription of Woodlawn Cemetery

12.

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Information Concerning Lots and Prices

14.

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Rules and Regulations

21.

24. Missing Page

22.

25.

23.

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Form of Deed

27.


Sale or Transfer of Lots by Owner

28.

29.

30.


Charges

31.

32.


Information in Regard to Interments

33.

34.


Rules for Visitors

35.

36.


Names of Plots

37.

38.


Request to the Cemetery

39.

40.

41.


Suggestions

42.

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48.

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54. Missing Page

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55. Missing Page

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53. Missing Page

56. Missing Page


Catalogue of Lot Proprietors

57. Abrams—Andres

60. Bates—Bennett

63. Brevoort—Bruner

66. Chambers—Clay

69. Cronenberg—Davis

72. Eadie—Ernest

75. Fulton—Gillett

78. Hall—Hartmayer

81. Hoffman—Hueston

84. Johnstone—Keyser

87. Lee—Lockwood

90. Maxwell—Merritt

93. Nash—Oliver

96. Porter—Randell

99. Rowe—Santos

102. Siemes—Smith

105. Swasey—Thomas

108. Van Horn—Waltermire

111. Wilkens—Winterburn

58. Andrew—Ayres

61. Bennet—Bodine

64. Brush—Butts

67. Clement—Connor

70. Davis—Dimond

73. Esch—Findlay

76. Gillette—Gregory

79. Harvey—Heiser

82. Huepfel—Irwin

85. Kidder—Kraser

88. Lockwood—Macy

91. Meyer—Moore

94. Oliver—Pearson

97. Randell—Riker

100. Sare—Scofield

103. Smith—Stehlin

106. Thorn—Ulshoeffer

109. Walker—Wellington

112. Winterton—Younger

59. Babcock—Batchelor

62. Bogart—Breese

65. Byrne—Chamberlain

68. Clement—Connor

71. Dinsmore—Dyer

74. Fisbeck—Fruchtnicht

77. Gregory—Hall

80. Heller—Hoffman

83. Iselin—Johnson

86. Krausch—Lee

89. Macy—Maxwell

92. Morgan—Myers

95. Peck—Porter

98. Rile—Rothermund

101. Scofield—Sidebotham

104. Stein—Swartwout

107. Umberfield—Van Hagen

110. Wells—Wilhelm

113. Zabrieskie—Zweifel


Additional Names

113. Ahrens—Bedell

116. Gruner—Hunt

119. Olney—Saar

122. Walden—Youngs

114. Brown—Campbell

117. Hartfield—Lamb

120. Seaman—Taylor


115. Day—Greene

118. Lloyd—Naefie

121. Thieriot—Wilson