Section 159, Lot 15334
[NOTES: Information about and burial dates of lot residents:
Ophelia M, 5/4/1881 (Ophelia Kreemer, 1st wife of Edward Jardine), no legible stone or inscription.
Augustus E, 10/18/1925 (son of Edward and Ophelia Jardine), no legible stone or inscription.
Catherine R, 9/26/1926 (2nd wife of Edward Jardine), no legible stone or inscription.
Edward, 7/19/1893, 2 stones.
James D, 2/4/1889 (son of Edward and Ophelia Jardine), no legible stone or inscription.
Marion S, 12/28/1878 (daughter of Edward and Ophelia Jardine), no legible stone or inscription.
Richard H, 10/13/1864, stone.
Richard J, 10/13/1864, no legible stone or inscription (could be a duplication in cemetery records).
Mary Baldwin Fell, 3/13/1945, no legible stone or inscription..
KREEMER: Jacob B, 8/28/1865, stone.
Sarah C, 2/14/1917, stone.
Susan does not appear in the cemetery's online burial database.]
Seven stones are currently visible on this lot. The 2 nearest the camera are too eroded to decipher. The 3rd in that row is Edward Jardines's original stone, inscribed:
Brig. Gen. U.S.A.
Died July 16, 1893
Behind it is the new stone procured by Green-Wood Cemetery as part of its ongoing Civil War Project. It is inscribed in more detail:
BVT BRIG GEN
17 NY INF
9 NY INF
WOUNDED AT CAMDEN NC &
NEW YORK CITY DRAFT RIOTS
The tall stone in the right background memorializes the parents of Edward Jardine's first wife, Ophelia Kreemer. It is inscribed:
In Memory Of
Jacob B. Kreemer
Born Nov.. 10, 1802,
Died Aug. 25, 1865.
Susan S. his wife
Died July 9, 1874,
Aged 73 years
The 2 stones at far left in the second row are inscribed, left to right:
1) In Memory of
Richard H. Jardine
Born July 13 (?), 1851
Died March 19, 1863
2) In Memory of
Charles E. Jardine
Born Oct. 3, 1849
Died April 22, 1851