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LIST OF CEMETERIES

OF

GREATER NEW YORK AND VICINITY



ARLINGTON CEMETERY.

N on- sectarian.

Owned — By Arlington Cemetery Association.

Location— ARLINGTON, N. J.

Reached^ — By Greenwood Lake Div. of the Erie R. R.

Office — At Cemetery.

Superintendent — James Sickels.

Receiving Vault — Deposit for adult, $20. For child (if box
does not exceed five feet in length), $15. If removed to lot
in Cemetery within 30 days, rebate is made of full amount,
less charge for opening grave. If removed from Cemetery,
additional charge will be made for adult, $5. For child,
$4. After three months, a monthly charge is made of $3.
The body may be removed at convenience of the Cemetery
Association.

Private Vaults — Opening charge, $5.

Plots — From $L10 to $2.50 per square foot, according to loca-
tion. One interment only allowed in a grave in plots bought
after Feb. 7, 1907. If jDrevious right for two interments
exists, the charge for first opening of grave will be $8 for
adults. $6 for children.

Graves : —

Single— For 3 ft. 6 in., $10. For 5 ft, $15. For 7 ft.
by 26 in., $25. Including cost of first opening. Two
interments permitted.
Opening— For 3 ft. 6 in. in length, $4. From 3 ft. 6 in. to
5 ft., $5. From 5 ft. to 7 ft. long, 26 in. wide, $8.
$1 for each additional inch in width.
Brick — $45 upward.
Required to Open — Deed and twelve hours' notice.

Sunday and Holiday Burials — Extra charge of $4 is made.

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ACACIA CEMETERY.

Jewish.

Location— Liberty Av., WOODHAVEN, Long Island, N. Y.
Reached — By Kings County Elevated, Liberty Av. trolley and

Long Island Railroad.
Office — At Cemetery and at 198 Broadway, New York City.
Superintendent — Thomas Wanek.
Private Vaults — To open, $3.

Plots — Size 20 feet by 16 feet, $500 and upward.
Graves : —

Single — $25 and upward. Only one interment allowed.

Opening — Adults, $3. Children under one year, $1. One
year to fifteen, $2.

Brick — $50.

Required to Open — Twenty-four hours' notice.



AHAWATH CHESED CEMETERY.

Jewish.

Owned — By Congregation of Ahawath Chesed.

Location— 1424 Metropolitan Av., BOROUGH OF QUEENS,

New York City.
Reached — By Metropolitan Av. cars of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Office — At cemetery (Sexton, Jacob Dewald). Also at G52

Lexington Av., New York City.
Superintendent — J. H. Miner, 652 Lexington Av., New York

City.
Receiving Vault — $10 to $25 per month.
Private Vaults — To open, $5.

Plots — $500 to $6,000, according to size and location.
Graves : —

Single— ^Adult, $40; child, $20. One interment only per-
mitted.

Opening— Adult, $5; child, $3.

Required to Open — Deed and twenty-four hours' notice.
Saturday Burials — Not permitted.
Shelter Tents — Free.



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ALL SOULS CEMETERY.

Catholic.

Owned — By the Church of the Holy Innocents of Pleasantville,

N. Y.
Location— Marble Av., PLEASANTVILLE, N. Y.
Reached — Bv Harlem Div. of N. Y. Central R. R. to Pleasant-

ville, N/Y.
Office — At Rectory, corner Church St. and Bedford Road,

Pleasantville, N. Y.
Superintendent — Rev. Alexis Casterot, Rector, at Rectory.
Plots— Of six graves, $40 to $42.
Graves : —

Single — Adult or child, $7.

Opening — Adult, $5; extra depth of two feet, $1 more;
child, $3.

Required to Open — Deed, priest's lines and twenty-four
hours' notice.
Disinterments — $1 2.
Stillbirth Burials — $3. Giving no title to grave.

ALPINE CEMETERY.

Non-sectarian.

Owned — By the Alpine Cemetery Association of Perth Amboy,
N. J.

Location— Amboy Av. near Hall Av., PERTH AMBOY, N. J.

Reached— By Penn. R. R., and Central R. R. of N. J. to Perth
Amboy, N. J.

Office— 285 High St., Perth Amboy, N. J.

Superintendent — S. G. Garretson, at office.

Plots — At 29 to 40 cents per sq. ft., according to size and loca-
tion. Two interments permitted.

Graves: —

Single — Adult or child, $15. Including first opening,

marker, and perpetual care.
Opening — Adult, $6; child, $4. If two interments are

desired, $1.50 must be paid for extra depth.
Required to Open — Deed and twenty-four hours' notice.

Disinterments — $12.

Stillbirth Burials — $4, giving no title to grave.

Shelter Tent — Free.



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AGUDITH ACHIM CEMETERY.
Jewish.

OwNED^By Agudith Cemetery Association, 47 Bedford St.,

Newark, N. J.
Location— Grove and 12th Sts., NEWARK, N. J.
Reached- — By Penn. R. R. to Market St. station, Newark, N. J. ;

thence via South Orange Av. trolley.
Office — 259 Grove St., Newark, N. J.

Superintendent — W. N. Boiee, 259 Grove St., Newark, N. J.
Graves : —

Single — Adult, $25. Child, $15, including first opening.
One interment permitted.

Opening — Adult, $3. Child, $1.50.
Further information refused by superintendent.

ANSHE RUSSIA CEMETERY.

tJewish.

Owned — By Congregation Anshe Russia, of Newark, N. J.
Location— Grove St., Central Av., NEWARK, N. J.
Reached — By South Orange Av. trolley of Newark, N. J., to

Grove St.
Office — 31 Prince St., Newark, N. J.
Superintendent- — Solomon Walionskv, 31 Prince St., Newark,

N. J.
Plots — Sold by the square foot, at $1.25 upward, according to

location.
Graves : —

Single — Adult, $21 ; child, $8 and upward. Including first
opening. One interment permitted.

Required to Open — Deed and ten hours' notice.
Stillbirth Burials — $5. No title to grave.
Saturday Burials — Not permitted.
Shelter Tent — Furnished by undertaker.

AUSTRALIAN CEMETERY.

Jewish.
Location— 52G South Orange Av., NEWARK, N. J.
Office — At Cemetery.
Superintendent — Louis Blom.

Could not secure desired information.



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AQUEDUCT CEMETERY.

Also called Homestead Cemetery.
Non-sectariati.
Owned — By the Van Sicklen family.

Location — Woodhaven Av., WOODHAVEN, Long Island, N. Y.
Reached — By Long Island Railroad to Aqueduct Station, or by

City Line trolleys, to Woodhaven, Long Island.
Superintendent — Cornelius Adams, Union Av., Aqueduct, L. I.
Graves : —

Single — Adult, $G. Child, $3. Including first opening.
Disinterments — $10.

ANSHE WASHA CEMETERY.
Jewish.

OwNED^ — By Congregation Anshe Washa, of Newark, N. J.
Location — Grove Street and Central Av., NEWARK, N. J.
Reached^ — By South Orange Av. trolley of Newark, N. J., to

Grove St.
Office — 66 Broome St., Newark, N. J.
Superintendent — Morris Sanders, 66 Broome St., Newark,

N. J.
Plots— Sold by the square foot, at $L25 upward, according to

location.
Graves : —

Single — Adult, $21; child, $8 upward. Including first
opening. Only one interment permitted.

Required to Open — Deed and ten hours' notice.
Stillbirth Burials — $5. No title to grave.
Saturday Burials — Not permitted.
Shelter Tents — Furnished by undertaker.

BENEVOLENT CEMETERY.

Jewish.

Owned — By Hebrew Free Burial Society.
Location — Grove St., near Central Av., NEWARK, N. J.
Office — 20 Mercer St., Newark, N. J.

Superintendent — W. H. Boice, 257 Grove St., Newark, N. J.
Graves — Free for people of the Hebrew faith. Must be or-
dered of Samuel Nodel, 20 Mercer St., Newark, N. J.



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FAIRCHILD CEMETERY MANUAL.




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BANK CEMETERY.

Non-sectarian.
Owned — By Mrs. Olive Washburn of New York City.
Location— Broadway, PLEASANTVILLE, N. Y.
Reached — By Harlem Div. of N. Y. Central R. R. to Pleasant-

ville, N. Y.
Office — At Superintendent's residence.
Superintendent — C. H. Hall, Bedford Road, Pleasantville,

N. Y.
Plots — Of 14 graves, $50.
Graves : —

Single— Adult or child, $10; including first opening.
Only one interment permitted.

Opening — Adult or child, $5.

Required to Open — Deed and twenty-four hours' notice.

Brick— $35.
Disinterments — $5.
Stillbirth Burials — $3. Giving title to grave.

BAYSIDE CEMETERY.

Jewish.
Owned — By Congregation Shaari Zadek, 38-40 Henry St.,

New York City.
Location— Old South Road, WOODHAVEN, Long Island,

N. Y.
Reached— By Fulton St. " L " road, Bergen St. trolley cars

from Brooklyn, or Long Island Railroad to Union Course

station.
Office — 301 Grand St., New York City.

President — Meyer Goldberg, 301 Grand St., New York City.
Superintendent — William Gold.
Receiving Vault — Charge, $25 per month.
Private Vaults — To open, $5.

Plots — 16 ft. by 20 ft., $350 upward, according to location.
Graves : —

Single— Adult, $50 to $100. Child, $10 to $25. Accord-
ing to location. Only one interment permitted.

Opening— Adult, $5. Child under one year, $2. One to
fifteen years, $3.

Required to Open — Twenty-four hours' notice and permit.



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BABYLON CEMETERY.

Xon-sectariaii.
Owned — Bv Lot Owners Association.
Location— BABYLON, Long Island, N. Y.
Reached — By Long Island R. R.
Office — At cemetery.

Superintendent — C. Powell, Babylon, I^. I.
Plots — $


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