Interment Registry & Memorial List
We have over 21,000 people recorded in our cemetery registry records that date back to 1884. The registry lists a decedent's name, age, date of death, location, and registry number.
Note: Records are only as accurate as the documentation received on file so search the registry for all possible variations of name spellings.
Registry documents may be viewed by the public, however, copying the original documents is prohibited.
How to read the registry location
Interment sites consist of three parts:
Grave - Lot - Block (Example: 5- 20- 06A )
Niche - Row - Wall (Example: N1- R4- HAR-N)
Cremation wall abbreviations are:
DEV-E HAR-N SER-S (Bronze Walls by cemetery office)
ROS-E ROS-W VIO-E VIO-W (Black Granite Walls through old stone gate)
ASTOR CROCUS DAHLIA IRIS (Green Granite walls between North Ave and Blackthorn)
TRA-E TRA-N TRA-S TRA-W (Red Granite Walls by cemetery office)
- What if I find an error in the interment registry?
Cemetery records are only as accurate as the documentation received on file at the cemetery. The cemetery needs a legal document showing the correct spelling or dates before information can be changed.
- What does 'Ledger' mean in place of a registry number?
When the cemetery was established in 1884 burial records were very simplistic. A ledger entry was made for each interment. Entry included the decedent's name, date of death, grave location, and date of interment. No other information is available for these records.
- Who was the first person interred in the cemetery?
An undated stone lies within the cemetery inscribed “In Memory of John R. Reynolds, First Person Buried in This Cemetery.” To date, no record of this individual has ever been found.