Highland Cemetery was founded in the late 1860s and there are over 47,000 burials within the cemetery's 250 acres of land. Where applicable, entries may include a section number, lot number, grave number, crypt number, name of deceased, birth and death dates, internment date, type of monument, and further notes about the entry.
The Grace Episcopal Church Cemetery has been an active cemetery from the 1860s to the present, and its markers exemplify the evolution in funerary taste. Materials for markers include marble, granite, concrete, and bronze. The earliest markers reflect the influence of the Rural Cemetery Movement, which put a premium on individual expression.