Various members of Find A Grave (online) requested photos of loved ones' grave markers in this cemetery but not a one knew where the graves were located. This being a rather large cemetery with several sections, I went in to the cemetery's office to get help on searching for the grave sites. The manager was VERY reluctant to give out this information. Apparently, all their records on where people are buried are still on 3 by 5 cards filed in the back. (Hello? Computers?) Someone from the staff had to go find the cards and write down the locations. I got them to do it for three graves, but it was like pulling teeth. They did not want to look up any more records stating time constraints, staff reductions, and privacy issues. (Privacy issues? The people are dead for christ's sake. Plus, the staff can't stop the public from quietly walking the cemetery and taking photos. I asked. They just won't help you in locating a specific grave.) \r
If you want privacy about where you are buried, this is the place. If you want relatives or friends to find your grave at some point in the future, I would skip this cemetery.