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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.
• A few lots in Section B are divided into small spaces for babies.
• There are spaces around the edge of these rows.
• Creek Space in section B are new spaces along the creek.

C – Garden of Conviction
• A few of these lots have been divided into small spaces for babies, such as 563, 562, and 509 which are together, divided.
• Creek Space is in Section C, spaces along the creek.
• In the center of Section C are single graves Rows A through I with grave spaces 1 through a possible 46.

D – Garden of Devotion
• A few of these lots have been divided into small spaces for babies.
• There is an urn row near the center.
• There are areas A, B, C in the center.

E – Garden of Eternity
• In the Center are single graves Rows A through F, numbered 1 to 44.

K – Garden of Knowledge

L – King David, Jewish Section
• There is King David and King David II. King David II is also called New Jewish.
• King David II is west of the road west of section K.
• Bonai Shalom and Ha Har Shem are included in this section.

M – Garden of Sunset
• M has lettered lots A through M and each lettered area (except H, L, and M) has 32 grave spaces. (ex. M B 21)
• M has a border around it called a Berm.
• M Family Estates is a private mausoleum for the Wu Family.

P – Garden of Peace
• P has lettered areas inside – A through F

T – Garden of Trinity
• T has lots 1 through 284,
• Single grave spaces with lettered rows A through H, numbered 1 through 64.
• Also, there are single grave spaces A through L.

U – Garden of Unity
• Lots 1 through 205
• There are no spaces close to the creek.
• “U A 4” means Section U Row A Space 4

V – Garden of Victory
• To the west in Victory are Lawn Crypts. Two crypts are stacked in one space. “Victory Lawn Crypt 9” is an example.
• Victory Lawn Crypts were begun about 1990. They were renumbered at some point.
• “U/L” refers to Lawn Crypt

Garden of Christus
• Locations are written “Christus 115 B” plus the number of grave.

Garden of Gethsemane
• Lots numbered, then lettered followed by a grave room number (ex. Geth 36 C 3)
• Babyland (abbrev. “BL”) are lots divided into small spaces for babies

Flatirons Grandeur Cremation Garden
• Called Grandeur in this index so not to confuse with Flatirons Columbarium.
• This is also called “Rock Garden” but there may be more rock gardens in the future so this one should always be called Grandeur.

Foothills Columbarium by the Front Gate
• Rows A through G vertically with numbers 1 through 12 horizontally (ex. Foothills G 1)

Green Mountain Mausoleum (there are many divisions)
Alcove of Love – Chapel interior north side, Levels 1 through 5, niches A through L (ex. Love Lev 1 E)
Alcove of Peace – Chapel interior south side, Levels 1 through 5, niches M through A (ex. Peace Lev 5 M)
Garden of Angels – North exterior – Levels 1 through 5, niches MB through XB (ex. Angels Lev 2 TB)
Garden of Eden – South exterior – Levels 1 through 5, niches AA through AL (ex. Eden Lev 1 AA)
Garden of Sunrise – east niches – Levels 1 through 4, niches AZ through TZ (ex. Sunrise Lev 4 BZ)
Garden of Sunset – west niches – Levels 1 through 4, niches A through T (ex. Sunset Lev 4 B)

Baseline Columbarium – This is a new Columbarium to the North of the Mausoleum. (ex. Baseline Tier A B 3)

Alcove of Light – Also called Glass Front; a new area in the Mausoleum.

Evergreen Columbarium
• Niches North and South Face Tiers A, B, C; Rows 1-8. (ex. Evergreen s Face A 1)

Flatirons Columbarium
• Niches North and South Face Tiers A, B, C; Rows 1-8 (ex. Flatirons s Face A 4)



Last Update Sunday, January 3, 2010
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