The 2012 installation of permanent markers on all sections in St. Mary’s Cemetery allow people to more easily navigate the Cemetery to find the graves of their family members or friends. A young parishioner organized volunteers to help install the posts and mount the signs for his Eagle Scout project. More than 20 wooden posts were placed in concrete and metal signs attached to mark each area.
With the completion of this project, those wishing to locate a grave in the Cemetery will have not only an easier task but also a more pleasant task.
Step one Click on "Grave Locations" below
Step Two When the page opens, there should be a box on the top portion of the page on the tool bar that has the word "FIND". (If the "FIND" box does not appear, feel free to just scroll down the list to find the name you are looking for.) Click in this box and type in the last name of the person you are looking for. Press enter until it locates that name. The first information to the right is
the block the grave is located in. The second block is the row and the last is the lot number. Make a note of the section, row,and lot number as indicated on the locater sheet.
Step Three Click on one of the map links that are for the section you are looking for. There are two maps: one for sections A through M and one for sections N and O.
Identity the section and row on the map.
You may print this map to take with you or there will be maps available at the cemetery in boxes near the chapel on the corner of Ave. D and 23rd St. or near the cemetery entrances off of 23rd St.