The Cemetery's archives comprise 160 years of manuscript death registers, interment requests, city board of health certificates, and lot card registers. Mr. Jack Stanton, a volunteer with the American-Canadian Genealogical Society, has spent thousands of hours over the past eight years documenting each of the cemetery's thirty-two thousand recorded burials, entering them into our database, and mapping them digitally. Thanks to his extraordinary effort, we are able to present our lot holders and their families with this locator service free of charge.
Access to certain health and genealogical records is restricted under federal, state and local regulations and is available only to one's next of kin. This information is not published, but may be obtained by writing to the director. Fees for this service, as well as for other labor-intensive genealogical services, may be found on our price list.