Brooklyn Heights Cemetery
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On the following linked pages, is the work of a very ambitious young girl. Her name is Susanna Pretzer and she is a Girl Scout. For her Girl Scout Gold Award Project, she chose to photograph and transcribe a good part of the Acacia Section of Brooklyn Heights Cemetery. She contacted us and asked if we would be interested in putting these photographs and transcriptions on our site. Of course, I said yes, very quickly! She has worked very hard on getting this information to us and I would like to thank her for her hard work and hope the people that will decide if she gets her Award appreciate her hard work, also.

Thank you very, very much, Susanna.

On the transcription pages, you will see two links for each name. The first link is the name. That link will take you to the photo of the headstone for that person. The second link, at the bottom of the entry will take you to the map of the Acacia Section at Brooklyn Heights, and the location of the grave.

An alphabetical index can be found here.


Acacia Section -- Page 1

Acacia Section -- Page 2

Acacia Section -- Page 3

Acacia Section -- Page 4

Acacia Section -- Page 5

Acacia Section -- Page 6

Brooklyn Heights Cemetery Main Page Home Page

Lorraine "Sunny" Newsome, my co-coordinator, passed away recently. Shortly afterwards this site was attacked by a MALWARE. When it was discovered, the site was appropriately shut down by Rootsweb. Non-infected files have been uploaded but in the process some files were lost as they were ones Sunny had worked on and I did not have copies at all or have outdated copies. Please let me know about any missing or broken links.
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