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GREEN MOUNTAIN CEMETERY SECTION MAPS

Description of Sections

The following are descriptions of the sections in Green Mountain Cemetery as depicted by the online maps linked below:

Green Mountain Cemetery - map of the whole cemetery

B – Garden of Blessings
• In the center of Section B are single graves Rows A through N with grave spaces 1 through a possible 41 (written as “B F 20,” for example).
• A few lots in Section B are divided into small spaces for babies.
• There are spaces around the edge of these rows.

BS – Bonai Shalom
• In Section BS, the spaces belong to members of Congregation Bonai Shalom. There are 90 numbered spaces (written as “BS 44,” for example).
• In some of the cemetery records these burials appear as Section “L” or “L Bonai Shalom.” In this index they will simply be referred to as BS, to avoid confusion with Section L—Garden of Love.

C – Garden of Conviction
• In the center of Section C are single graves Rows A through J with grave spaces 1 through a possible 46 (written as “C F 17,” for example).
• A few of these lots have been divided into small spaces for babies, such as 563, 562, and 509 which are together, divided.
• Row J is out of order and is next to Row A (and not Row I).

CH - Garden of Christus
• In Section CH, grave locations consist of the lot number, quadrant (A-D) and grave space (1-4) (written as “CH 115 B 3,” for example).

D – Garden of Devotion
• In Section D, in addition to numbered lots (written “D 376”), there are lettered lots A, B and C in the center (written as “D A”, or “D C 3” when a grave space is recorded). A few new lots have a number plus a letter (written as “D 42 A”).
• A few of these lots have been divided into small spaces for babies.
• Near the center, there is an urn row of lettered lots A-Q.

E – Garden of Eternity
• In Section E, the center area consists of single graves Rows A through F, numbered 1 to 44 (written as “E D 16,” for example).
• A cremation rock garden is located at the far south corner of Section E. Inscribed boulders are identified with a numbered marker (written as “E Rock Garden 17”, for example.
• East of the creek is an area called “Remembrance,” reserved for above-ground crypts.

G - Garden of Gethsemane
• Section G has approximately 200 lots with numbers, a quadrant letter (A-D, although a few lots also have E -H) and a grave space (1-4) (written as “G 36 C 3,” for example).
• Babyland has rows A-F divided into small spaces for babies.

K – Garden of Knowledge
• Section K lots have 2 spaces, usually designated east and west. Most lots are numbered, but some include both a number and a letter (written as “K 487 e1/2” and “K 302A w1/2,” for example). A few individual spaces along the road are lettered only (written as “K M” for example).
• South of the first row along the road, there are “urn rows” every two regular rows. These smaller lots carry the number of the regular lot adjacent to it (written as “K urn row 316,” for example).

KDI - King David I
• Section KDI has 60 lots with 2 spaces each labeled east or west (written as “KDI 20 e1/2,” for example).
• These spaces belong to members of Congregation Har HaShem.

KDII - King David II
• Section KDII has blocks K, L and M with numbered spaces 1 through 32 (although not all spaces are plotted for all 3 blocks)(written as “KDII K 20,” for example).
• These spaces belong to members of Congregation Har HaShem.
• In the records, these spaces are sometimes referred to as “New Jewish.”
• In the far southwest corner of the cemetery, King David II is separated from King David I and Bonai Shalom by a small road.

L –  Garden of Love
• Section L is west of the mausoleum. Lots are numbered 100 through 129 and have 12 spaces each (written as “L 112 8”, for example).
• There is also an Alcove of Love inside the mausoleum. These locations are labeled Love in this index so as not to be confused with L—Garden of Love.
• In some cemetery records, burials within the Bonai Shalom section may appear as Section L. In this index they are labeled BS.

M – Garden of Sunset
• Section M has lettered lots A through P, with each lot having up to 40 spaces. Not every lot has all 40 spaces plotted, and lot M also has some lettered spaces (C-H) (written as “M B 21” or “M M D,” for example).
• Lot “N” is a berm along the north edge of Section M and is reserved for memorial benches. Spaces in N are numbered 1A, 1B and then 2 through 22 (written as “M N 3,” for example).
• “M Family Estates” refers to an above-ground crypt area belonging to the Wu Family.
• There is also a Garden of Sunset wall in the mausoleum. These are labeled Sunset in this index, so as not to be confused with M “Garden of Sunset.”

P – Garden of Peace
• In addition to numbered lots, P also has lettered lots – A through F as well as CB, CD, etc. (written as “P 30” or “P AB,” for example).
• There is also an Alcove of Peace in the mausoleum. These are labeled Peace, so as not to confuse them with burials in Section P—Garden of Peace.

T – Garden of Trinity
• Section T contains lots 1 through 284, written as “T 284” as well as lettered lots A through M (written as “T G,” for example).
• The southeast part of Section T contains rows A through H. These rows have single grave spaces numbered 1 through 64 (written as “T A 60,” for example).

U – Garden of Unity
• Section U contains lots 1 through 205 with a few newer lots labeled with a number plus a letter (written as “U 200” or “U 7 A,” for example).
• There is a Babyland of small spaces near the center back of this section.
• There are no spaces close to the creek.

V – Garden of Victory
• Section V contains lots 1 through 93, each with up to 8 spaces (written as “V 16 2,” for example).
• At the west end of Section V is an area containing Lawn Crypts. Two crypts are stacked in one space (written as “V lawn crypt 9,” for example).

Guide to the Rock Gardens

Eternity Rock Garden
• Eternity Rock Garden is located at the far south corner of E (Garden of Eternity).
• This cremation rock garden contains approximately 50 inscribed boulders, all identified with a numbered marker (written as “E Rock Garden 33,” for example).

Flatirons Grandeur Cremation Garden
• Grandeur is located next to the cemetery’s entrance gate and contains approximately 140 boulders, most are inscribed but a few carry attached plaques. Some (but possibly not all) are identified with a numbered marker (written as “Grandeur 10,” for example).
• This rock garden is called Grandeur in this index so as not to confuse it with Flatirons Columbarium.
• This section is also called simply “Rock Garden” in some cemetery records, but there may be more rock gardens in the future so this one should always be called Grandeur.

Scattering Garden
• This is an area for scattering ashes. Names are inscribed on the monument at the north end of the area.

Guide to the Mausoleum and Columbaria

Baseline Columbarium
• This columbarium is located east of the mausoleum and has east (downhill) and west (towards the mausoleum) sides, each with rows A through C vertically, niches 1 through 8 horizontally (written as “Baseline East B 3,” for example).

Evergreen Columbarium
• South of the mausoleum, on the right when facing the doors. This columbarium has south (downhill) and north (towards the mausoleum) sides, each with rows A through C vertically, niches 1 through 8 horizontally (written as “Evergreen North B 8,” for example).

Flatirons Columbarium
• South of the mausoleum, on the left when facing the doors. This columbarium has south (downhill) and north (towards the mausoleum) sides, each with rows A through C vertically, niches 1 through 8 horizontally on either the north or south face (written as “Flatirons North A 2,” for example).

Foothills Columbarium
• This columbarium is located by the front gate and has rows A through G vertically with niches 1 through 12 horizontally (written as “Foothills G 1,” for example).
• The mausoleum’s sides are not oriented truly north, south, east and west. For the purposes of this index, the front of the building (with the doors) is the “south” side, although directions in some of the cemetery’s materials call it the “east” side.

Green Mountain Mausoleum (there are many divisions)

Angels (Garden of Angels)
• East exterior
• Rows 1 through 5 vertically, crypts MB through UB, followed by V, W and XB horizontally (written as “Angels 2 TB,” for example)

Eden (Garden of Eden)
• West exterior
• Rows 1 through 5 vertically, crypts AA through AL horizontally (written as “Eden 1 AC,” for example)

Light (Alcove of Light)
• Also called "Glass Front". Chapel interior opposite the doors
• Rows A through P (bottom to top) vertically, niches 1 through 10 (left to right) horizontally (written as “Light A 10,” for example). Because several niches near the center are merged to form larger spaces, not every letter or number pair is represented.

Love (Alcove of Love)
• East chapel interior
• Rows 1 through 5 vertically, crypts A through L horizontally (written as “Love 1 E,” for example)

Peace (Alcove of Peace)
• West chapel interior
• rows 1 through 5 vertically, crypts M through X horizontally (written as “Peace 5 M,” for example)

Sunrise (Garden of Sunrise)
• South exterior, on either side of the doors
• Rows 1 through 4 vertically, niches AZ through HZ on the left and MZ through TZ on the right vertically (written as “Sunrise 4 NZ”, for example)

Sunset (Garden of Sunset)
• South chapel interior, on either side of the doors
• Rows 1 through 5, niches A through D on the left side and E through H on the right (written as “Sunset 4 B,” for example)



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