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Key to Victor Cemetery Maps

 

All maps follow the standard north-south orientation.

Red or pink rectangle labeled Unknown Unidentified or unmarked grave

Blue across tombstone area occupied grave

Yellow across tombstone area reserved gravesite

Green circles trees and shrubs

Orange lines and rectangles curbs, benches, flagpole

Rectangle outlined in black & empty except for number available gravesite

 

Available gravesites outside of curbs are 5 by 12.

Available gravesites inside curbs are 4 by 8 or larger.

Grid marks inch = 1 foot.

In some areas there are spaces large enough for burials, but smaller than the standard 5 by 12.  Those areas were not marked, but individuals can use them if they choose, and a grave number can be assigned.

Grave numbers include a number-letter-number.  The first number is the Section or Map number.  The letter refers to the row.  Rows run north to south, beginning with A on the west side and continuing to EE on the east side, making a total of 31 rows.  The second number refers to the grave number in that row.  Numbers start with 1 on the north side proceeding to 94 on the south, with many numbers deliberately omitted.  Because of the helter-skelter method of burials in the past, sequentially numbered graves are often not found side-by-side.

If you can identify any other graves, if you know of any other burials not listed, or if you have other corrections, additions, or comments please contact:

 

Elayne Pair Gibbons