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can be procured on the instalment plan.
Graves : —

Single — Adult, $25, $40 and $50. Child under ten years,
$18. Including first opening. Two interments per-
mitted.

Opening — To regular depth of six feet, adult, $G. Child
under ten years, $5. For each additional foot, $1.

Re-opening — Adult, $5. Child, $4.

Brick — $40.

Lining — With evergreens, $12.

Required to Open — Twenty-four hours' notice, deed and
signed order.
Lowering Device — $2. Undertaker must give order for its use.
Shelter Tent and Racks — $5.

CONSTABLE HOOK CEMETERY.

Non-sectarian.
Location— BAYONNE, N. J.
Reached — From Jersey City ferries via Bayonne Line of trolley

cars to cemetery.
Superintendent — S. H. Guy, 801 Av. D, Bayonne, N. J.
Interments — No further interments permitted, the Cemetery

having been closed by order of the Board of Health.



36 FAIHrmi-I) CFMKTERV MANTAL.

CEMETERY OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE.

Catliolic.

Location— Central Av., EAST ORANGE, N. J.

Reached — By the Del., Lack. & Western Railroad to Grove St.

station. East Orange, N. J. Then by Central Av. trolley

cars to Cemetery.
Office — At Central and Maple Aves., East Orange, N. J.
Superintendent — Tliomas H. Fay.
Receiving Vault — Charge, $1 per day.
Plots — Of six graves, $150 to $1,000, according to location.

Special for two graves, $50. First opening not included.
Graves : —

Single — $15, $20, $30, according to location. Not includ-
ing first opening. Interment of two adults and one
child in one grave permitted.

Opening— Adult, $5. Child, $3.

Lining — With cloth, $5.

Required to Open — Twenty-four hours' notice, pricst'y
lines and deed.
Disinterments — Adult, $11. Child, $0.50.
Stillhirtii Burials — $3.
Shelter Tents — $5.

COUTANT FAMILY CEMETERY.

Nun-sert(iri(iu.

Owned — By the Coutant Family.

Location^ — Webster Av., corner of East Chester Road, NEW

ROCHELLE, N. Y.
Reached — By New York, New Haven \- Hartford R. R. to New

RochelleJ N. Y.
Office — 200 Huguenot St., New Roehelh\ N. Y.
Superintendent — George T. Davis, 200 Huguenot St.. New

Roclielle, New York.
No Plots for sale. Each braneli of the Coutant I'amily lias its

own location in the Cemetery.
Graves: —

Single — None for sale.

Opening— Adult. $7. Cliild, .^ k

Brick— $10. Plus opening charge.



FAIRCHILD CEMETERY MANUAL. 37

Required to Open — Twenty-four hours' notice, with writ-
ten order and proof of right to inter.

Lining — With evergreens, $15.
Disinterments — $10.
Chapel on Grounds — For funeral services in stormy weather.

Charge of $5 for use.
No Burials allowed in this Cemetery, except to members of the

Coutant Family.

DUTCH REFORMED CEMETERY.

Non-sectarian.
Owned — By Dutch Reformed Church of Schraalenburg, Du-

mont, N. J.
Location — Corner of Washington and Madison Aves., DU-

MONT, N. J., adjoining Dutch Reformed Church.
Reached — By River Div. of West Shore R. R. to Dumont, N. J.
Superintendent — Rev. C. W. Gulick, Washington Av., Du-

mont, N. J.

This cemetery is very old, and no further interments are
permitted.

DUTCH REFORMED CEMETERY.

Non-sectarian.
Owned — By True Dutch Reformed Church, or South Church,

Bergenfield, N. J.
LocATioN^ — Corner Church St. and Prospect Av., BERGEN-
FIELD, N. J.
Reached — By River Div. of West Shore R. R. to Bergenfield

Station. Cemetery is about one-half mile from Station.
Office — Opposite Bergenfield R. R. depot, at W. Christie's

Office.
Superintendent — Walter Christie, Bergenfield, N. J.
Plots — $50 to $75, according to location.
Graves: —

Single — Adult, $6 to $20, according to location. Two in-
terments permitted. Child, imder ten years, $3.

Opening — Adult, $7; child, $3.

Required to Open — Twenty-four hours' notice and deed.
Disinterments — $8.
Stillbirth Burials — $G,



38 FAIRCIIII.D CEMETERY MAXTAL.

DALE CEMETERY.
Xon-sectarian.
Owned — Bv Dale Cemetery Association of Ossining, N. Y.
Location— Dale Av., OSSINING, N. Y.

Reached — By Hudson River Div. of the New York Central R. R.
Office — 154 Main St., Ossining, N. Y.
Superintendent — L. C. Pilat, Ossining, N. Y.
Receiving Vault — Deposit, for adult, $15. For child, six years
or under, $10. Bodies allowed to remain only fifteen days
in winter, five days in summer. At the expiration of that
time, body will be removed to a single grave by Cemetery
authorities. Opening tomb and attendance, $1.
Plots — Sold by the square foot at 40 cents, 50 cents and 75 cents,

according to location.
Graves: —

SiNGLE^Adult, $15. Child six years or under, $10. In-
cluding opening and sodding grave. One interment
only permitted. Over six feet in depth, extra charge,
$1 per foot.
Opening — Opening, closing and sodding grave, for adult,
$5 ; child, $3.

DUTCH REFORMED CEMETERY.

Xo>i-st'ct(iri(iii.

Owned — By Dutch Reformed Church of Bergen County. Bergen

and Highland Aves., Jersey City, N. J.
Location- — One part of the cemetery is opposite the Church, on

Bergen Av., and the other ))art on Bergen Av., at the

corner of Vroom St., JERSEY CITY. N. J.
Reached — By Montgomery St. trolleys from Penn. Railroad

Station, Jersey City, via Jackson Av., or Belt Line cars,

which pass both parts of the cemetery on Bergen Av.
Office — 180 Communipaw Av., Jersey City, N. J.
Superintendent — W. 11. Meade, who is also sexton of the

Church, 48i> Connnunij)aw .\v.. .Jersey City, N. J.
Plots — None for sale. Only })rest'nt owners jiermitted to bury.
Graves — None for sale. Only present owners permitted to bury.

Opening— Adult, $G; child, $4.

Required to Open — Twenty-four hours' notice.



FAIRCHILD CEMETERY MANUAL. 39

DANBURY (WOOSTER) CEMETERY.

Noii-sectarian.

Owned — By Danbury Cemetery Association,

Location— DANBURY, Conn.

Reached — By New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R. to

Danbury, Conn., and by trolley from depot.
Office — 208 Main St., Danbury, Conn.

Superintendent — N, T. Bulkley, 208 Main St., Danbury, Conn.
Plots — 24c. to 3Gc. per sq. ft.
Graves : —

Single— Adult, $10.

Openings — $5. Child under five years, $3.

Brick — $45.

Slate— $40.
Disinterments — $10.
Sunday Burials — Extra charge, $2, and $1 to $2 additional

for frost.
Shelter Tent — $5.
Canopy to Street — $5.
Lowering Device — Owned by undertaker, who will also line

grave, if ordered, for $1.



DUTCH REFORMED CEMETERY.

Non-sectarian.

Owned — By the First Dutch Reformed Church of Hawthorne,
N. Y.

Location— Sawmill River Road, HAWTHORNE, N. Y.

Reached — By Harlem Div. of N. Y. Central R. R. to Haw-
thorne, N. Y.

Office — At superintendent's residence.

Superintendent — A. W. Neuman, Hawthorne, N. Y.

Plots— $35 and upward, according to size.

Graves : —

Single — Adult, $12; child, $9; opening included. Only

one interment permitted.
Opening — Adult or child, $6.
Required to Open — Deed and twenty-four hours' notice.

Disinterments — $7.



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OFFICE PHONE, 404 E. N. Y.



RESIDENCE PHONE, 1978 R Bedfurd



SAMUEL COCROFT

Monumental Works



Conway Street



BROOKLYN, N. Y.



Entrance to Ceniete'r>' of Evergreens

Designs and estimates submitted, and work erected
in any cemetery in tlie United States

Refers to the following monuments erected : Tony Pastor, Gus Hill. Emma
Thursby, Harry Morris, Harry Bryant, Al. Reeves, Lillie Weston, Samuel Colvilie,
Actors Fund of America, N.' Y. L. B. P. O. Elks. Gen. McClellan Monument,
Washington, D. C, Gen. Slocum Monument, Brooklyn. N. Y., ,Col. J. D. Bell, H.
Batterman, Chas. G. Bennett, Thos. Krekeler, F. O. Hen.



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DUTCH REFORMED CEMETERY.

Dutch Reformed.

Owned — By Dutch Reformed Church of Paterson, N. J.
Location— Totowa Av. and Cemetery St., PATERSON, N. J.
Reached — By Erie R. R. and New York Susq. & Western R. R.

to Paterson, N. J.
Plots — None for sale.

Former lot owners only are allowed to bury, and undertakers
must furnish their own grave-diggers.

THE EVERGREENS CEMETERY.

N on-sectarian.

Owned — By The Evergreens Cemetery Corporation.

Location— On Busliwick Av. at Conway St., BROOKLYN,
N. Y.

Reached — By Brooklyn " L " roads to Manhattan Junction, or
Fulton and Broadway trolley cars to Conway St., Brooklyn,
N. Y.

Office — In Cemetery.

Superintendent — Charles PfeifFer, at Cemetery.

Receiving Vault — Deposit for adult, $20. For child, $15. If
removed to grave in Cemetery within three months, rebate
for adult is $10. For child, $7. If removed from Ceme-
tery, rebate for adult is $5. For child, $3. If not re-
moved within three months, the monthly charge for adult
is $5. For child, $4.

Private Vaults — To open, $5.

Plots — For 8 adult graves, $200 upward. For IG adult graves,
$400 upward. Smaller lots from $75 upward.

Graves : — -

Single— Adult, $25. In new section, $30 and $35. Child,
$20 upward. Including first opening. Three inter-
ments permitted.
Opening— Adult, $7. Child, $6.
Brick— $50.

Required to Open — Deed, twenty-four hours' notice and
signed order.
Stillbirth Burials — $0.
Shelter Tents — $2.



42 KAIIlCIIILn CEMETERY MANUAL.

ELMWOOD CEMETERY.
Non-sectarian.

Owned — By the Elmwood Cemetery Association of New Bruns-
wick, N. J.

Location— Commercial Av., NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J.

Reached — By Penn. R. R. to New Brunswick, N. J.

Office — At Cemetery.

Superintendent — A. Sporsten, at Cemetery.

Receiving Vault — To open, .$"2; monthly charge, $2.

Plots — $50 and upward, according to size and location.

Graves : —

Single — Adult, $11; child, $


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