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Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse NY - Bottom reads: In less than one revolving year, She was a Maid a Bride a Corpse. Adorned with every grace & possessing every personal charm & mental excellence. In her spring time she flew to that land where the wings of the Soul are unfurled. And now like a Star, beyond evenings cold dew looks radiently down on the tears of this world. This monument was erected to her memory by her Husband, whom She loved.
With more than 30,000 laid to rest there, the Woodlawn Cemetery has been deemed a national landmark. Notable residents: Duke Ellington (1889–1974), jazz musician, and Joseph Pulitzer (1847–1911), journalist.
Grave of William French Who lost his life on July 13th 1896 while saving a dog from drowning in Highgate Ponds. This monument erected in commemoration of his brave deed was raised by public subscription and was contributed to by all classes of lovers of dumb animals. - St Pancras and Islington Cemetery, London