• Chow Ye Tong lot: graves of people associated with a Chinese-American organization active during the period of Chinese exclusion
  • William F. Mangels: German-American engineering maverick who created many of Coney Island’s wildest rides
  • Thomas Francis Meagher: Irish patriot, inventor of the tricolor Irish flag, and famed American Civil War general in the 69th “Irish Brigade” Regiment. Though not interred here, his cenotaph is here.
  • The Sahadi family: Lebanese (formerly referred to as Upper Syrian) immigrants of Manhattan’s “Little Syria” in the 1890s who later created a food empire on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn
  • Johnny Torrio: mentor to Al Capone, whose story sheds light on Italian-American community and stereotyping in the twentieth century
  • Contemporary lots: an area of the Cemetery with contemporary graves. illustrating who makes Brooklyn and New York City what they are today