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Fresh Pond Crematory & Columbarium
Middle Village, Queens County, New York

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Fresh Pond Crematory

GPS: 40.715002, -73.896737

61-40 Mount Olivet Crescent
Middle Village, New York 11379

Last edited: May 16, 2016
Total records: 7

Fresh Pond Crematory was established in 1884 as a not for profit cemetery corporation and columbarium.

Fresh Pond Crematory is in an old Gothic building with a chapel. There are two additional buildings or Columbariums, filled with niches for inurnment. They are across the street from two large cemeteries, but affiliated with no cemetery. Fresh Pond was established in 1800 and has a record of all cremations. (Ed. per phone call to Fresh Pond office)

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This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online.

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Carlson, John Edward, b. 21 Nov 1905, d. 17 Jun 1967, [EL]
Hardy, Steven, b. 7 Jul 1884, d. 28 Dec 1945, [FH]
LaCour, Alexander, b. 1826, d.1912, s/o Gabriel and Anna Iaquet-Jaquet (France), [MK]
LaCour, Henriette/a (Wolf) Unsprung, b. ca. 1844, d. 1912, d/o Jacob and Marguerite Kempf (Switzerland), [MK]
Robinson, Lena, b. 19 Aug 1911, d. 8 Sept 1952, wife of John A. Robinson, d/o Duffy and Loma Winberry, [JR]
Weber, August, b. 1866 Germany, d. Oct 3, 1937, bur. Oct 6, 1937, h/o Helena Weber, [PC]
Weber, Helena, b. Jul 22, 1865 Germany, d. Jun 5, 1898, bur. Jun 7, 1898, w/o August, [PC]

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