1. New York City Cemeteries:
Moravian Cemetery (2) 2205 Richmond Road, Staten Island
"The 113-acre Moravian Cemetery is the largest cemetery on Staten Island. Although the cemetery landscape design was executed in the late nineteenth century by master landscape designer Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed Central Park, the earliest graves in the cemetery are those of British soldiers that date to around 1740. The nonsectarian cemetery embraces a classic rural cemetery design with winding roads, ponds and well-tended landscaping."
Map: Atlas of the city of New York, borough of Richmond, Staten Island (1917)
Text: Stories in Stone New York : A field guide to New York City area cemeteries & their residents  

    New York City Cemeteries:

    Moravian Cemetery (2) 
    2205 Richmond Road, Staten Island

    "The 113-acre Moravian Cemetery is the largest cemetery on Staten Island. Although the cemetery landscape design was executed in the late nineteenth century by master landscape designer Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed Central Park, the earliest graves in the cemetery are those of British soldiers that date to around 1740. The nonsectarian cemetery embraces a classic rural cemetery design with winding roads, ponds and well-tended landscaping."

    Map: Atlas of the city of New York, borough of Richmond, Staten Island (1917)

    Text: Stories in Stone New York : A field guide to New York City area cemeteries & their residents