Here's the image as it appeared in the Fall 2015 Archives newsletter
Let's pull back a bit to see the entire monument
The lot is located in Section 51, lots 56 to 62, not too far behind the main cemetery office on Comstock Ave. The overall lot is 252 sq. ft. in size and consists of a central cross-shaped shaft with more than a dozen small monuments behind and to its left and right. Some stones as you will see below are very easily identified. Others are worn away by time or had little identifying marks on them.
Twenty-two individuals have been buried in this lot. The earliest was in 1886 and the most recent in 1941. Some were connected with Syracuse University.
Belle Louise Brewster was a singer, choral director, and a member of the voice department in the College of Fine Arts. She died unexpectedly in Canada and was buried in the lot on June 23, 1933.
Others buried include Jane Lockwood, 90, in 1907, a former nurse at the Hospital of the Good Shepherd, who donated money to the Hospital and was given a private room where she spent the last 15 years of her life; Lewis Homer Vader, a 22-year-old who died at the Hospital in 1903; an infant named Winslow who was buried in May of 1902; and Augustus H. Rouse, 26, who was the first to be buried back in 1886.
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