What does 'Ledger' mean in place of a registry number?
When the cemetery was established in 1884 burial records were very simplistic. A ledger entry was made for each burial listing the decedent's name, date of death, grave location, and date of interment. No other information is available for these records.

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1. What if I find an error in the interment registry?
2. What does 'Ledger' mean in place of a registry number?
3. Who was the first person buried in the cemetery?