Green-Wood has millions and millions of records pertaining to the 574,000 individuals who are interred there. Sometimes the briefest of notations in these records can trigger a search through history--and uncover a long-forgotten story.
Bob Moogan is a Green-Wood voluntee... Read more
What a very special Green-Wood weekend!
This year, for the 10th year in a row, The Green-Wood Historic Fund took part in openhousenewyork, a celebration of architecture and design in the Big Apple. But this year was different. Last year, for the very first time in Green-W... Read more
Born in New York State in 1873, Charles A. Armstrong, as a young college graduate, headed out to California to seek has fortune. He settled in San Jose, where he briefly co-owned a bicycle business. There, on New Years Eve, 1894, he married eighteen-year-old Alice Snitzer. I... Read more
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We have an event planned for Green-Wood this Saturday, commemorating the Valentine's Day of 1884, when, tragically, both Theodore Roosevelt's wife, Alice (pictured above... Read more