Greenwood Cemetery

Greenwood Historic Cemetery

Established 1825
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Definitions

Crypt is a casket space in a mausoleum used for or intended to be used for the entombment of human remains.

Family Lot is an area of six lots or more restricted to a group of persons related by blood or marriage.

Lawn Crypt is an interment space in the Cemetery that contains a pre-constructed and pre-buried vault capable of holding a casket.

Lot is a grave, crypt or niche.

Memorial is a monument, tombstone, grave marker or headstone identifying a grave or graves or a nameplate with inscription identifying a crypt or niche.

Monument is an upright memorial made principally of stone.

Niche is a space in a mausoleum or columbarium used or intended to be used for the inurnment of cremated human remains.

Owner(s) is the person or persons to whom the Cemetery has conveyed a burial right or rights or a person or persons who have acquired such rights by transfer in accordance with the rules of the Cemetery or a person or persons who hold such burial right or rights by inheritance.

Single grave is a grave for one person.

Urn is a container used for cremated remains.

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