2017-03-18 106244 WTA 5DM4  Woodlawn Cemetery - The cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city. The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Snow, Snowing, USA, United States, Wayne County, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2017-03-18 106222 WTA 5DM4  Woodlawn Cemetery - The cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city. The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Snow, Snowing, USA, United States, Wayne County, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2016-11-07 007455 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2016-11-07 007411 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2016-11-07 007328 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County, Woodlawn Cemetery 
2016-11-07 007307 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County, Woodlawn Cemetery  2015-11-22 83934 WTA 5DSR  Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Snow, Snow Covered Trees, USA, United States  2015-11-22 83912 WTA 5DSR-Edit  Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Monochrome, Snow, Snow Covered Trees, USA, United States  2015-11-22 83898 WTA 5DSR  Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Snow, Snow Covered Trees, USA, United States  2015-11-22 83883 WTA 5DSR  Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Snow, Snow Covered Trees, USA, United States 
2015-11-22 83868 WTA 5DSR  Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Snow, Snow Covered Trees, USA, United States  2015-11-22 83818 WTA 5DSR-2  Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Snow, Trees, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2015-11-22 83818 WTA 5DSR-5  Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Light Rays, Michigan, Monochrome, Shadow Rays, Shadows, Snow, Trees, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2015-11-22 83804 WTA 5DSR  Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Snow, Trees, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2015-11-22 83788 WTA 5DSR  Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Snow, Trees, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery 
2015-11-22 83778 WTA 5DSR  Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Snow, Trees, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2015-11-22 83777 WTA 5DSR-Edit  Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Rays, Snow, Trees, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2015-11-22 83773 WTA 5DSR  Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Snow, Trees, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2014-07-05 22279 WTA 5DM3  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22269 WTA 5DM3-2-4  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County 
2014-07-05 22269 WTA 5DM3-5  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22264 WTA 5DM3-2  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22264 WTA 5DM3-5  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22254 WTA 5DM3-3-4  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22254 WTA 5DM3-2  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County 
2014-07-05 22254 WTA 5DM3-6  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22224 WTA 5DM3-5  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22224 WTA 5DM3-2  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22204 WTA 5DM3-2  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22204 WTA 5DM3-5  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County 
2014-07-05 22199 WTA 5DM3-5  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22199 WTA 5DM3-2  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22194 WTA 5DM3-2  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22194 WTA 5DM3-5  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22189 WTA 5DM3-2  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, USA, United States, Wayne County 
2014-07-05 22189 WTA 5DM3-5  Elmwood Cemetery was originally planned in 1846.[9] The first 42 acres (170,000 m2) were purchased from the George Hunt farm[10] using money from subscriptions in 1850.[9] Over the years, additional land was purchased from the Hunt Farm and the neighboring D.C. Whitwood farm to increase the grounds to the current 86 acres (350,000 m2).[10]  A Gothic Revival chapel, designed by Albert and Octavius Jordan, was added in 1856. The limestone chapel blends into the natural ravine and landscaping.[8] Gordon W. Lloyd designed the Gothic-inspired gatehouse in 1870.[6][11]  The 1856 chapel, which had fallen into disuse, was refurbished in the 1950s and is still used today.[12] The chapel was extensively restored after a late 1900s fire.[10] : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22119 WTA 5DM3-2  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22119 WTA 5DM3-5  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22109 WTA 5DM3  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22094 WTA 5DM3  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County 
2014-07-05 22084 WTA 5DM3  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22070 WTA 5DM3-2  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22070 WTA 5DM3-5  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22059 WTA 5DM3-2  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : Angel, ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22059 WTA 5DM3-5  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : Angel, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County 
2014-07-05 22050 WTA 5DM3-2  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : Angel, ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22050 WTA 5DM3-5  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : Angel, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22025 WTA 5DM3-2  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22025 WTA 5DM3-5  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : Angel, Angel Statue, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Grave Stone, Head Stone, Headstone, Michigan, Monochrome, Mount Elliott Cemetery, Statue, USA, United States, Wayne County  2014-07-05 22008 WTA 5DM3  Mount Elliott Cemetery - History - Detroit's Catholic community was originally heavily French in character. However, near the beginning of the 19th century, waves of immigration added other nationalities into the mix, notably Irish Catholics.[4] In time, these Irish Catholics departed from the French-speaking Ste. Anne's and established their own parish. By 1840, they decided they wanted their own cemetery. In 1841, the parish purchased 12 acres (49,000 m2) of farmland[5] from the Leib farm for $400.[4] : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Mount Elliott Cemetery, USA, United States, Wayne County 
2013-08-13 11-26 29285 WTA 5DM3  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 11-02-01 0579-WTA-5DM3-4  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 11-02-01 0579-WTA-5DM3-2  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-59-10 0560-WTA-5DM3-4  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-59-10 0560-WTA-5DM3-2  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery 
2013-08-13 10-58-05 0548-WTA-5DM3-2  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-58-05 0548-WTA-5DM3-4  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-48-31 0536-WTA-5DM3-2-3  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Door, Doors, Mausoleum, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-48-31 0536-WTA-5DM3-4  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Door, Doors, Mausoleum, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-44-40 0506-WTA-5DM3-2  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery 
2013-08-13 10-44-40 0506-WTA-5DM3-4  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-43-50 0503-WTA-5DM3-2  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-43-50 0503-WTA-5DM3-4  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-43-32 0500-WTA-5DM3-2  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-43-32 0500-WTA-5DM3-4  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery 
2013-08-13 10-42-03 0496-WTA-5DM3-4  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-08-13 10-42-03 0496-WTA-5DM3-2  Woodlawn Cemetery is a cemetery located at 19975 Woodward Avenue, across from the Michigan State Fairgrounds, between 7 Mile Road and 8 Mile Road, in Detroit, Michigan. It is Michigan's most well-known cemetery : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-03-16 12-47 16794 WTA 5DM3  The Woodlawn cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city.The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-03-16 12-33 16718 WTA 5DM3  The Woodlawn cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city.The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-03-16-WTA-5DM3-0075-Edit-2  The Woodlawn cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city.The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery 
2013-03-16-WTA-5DM3-0069-Edit-2  The Woodlawn cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city.The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-03-16 12-30 16685 WTA 5DM3  The Woodlawn cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city.The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-03-16 12-29 16660 WTA 5DM3  The Woodlawn cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city.The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-03-16 12-25 16645 WTA 5DM3  The Woodlawn cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city.The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Mausoleum, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery  2013-03-16 12-23 16639 WTA 5DM3  The Woodlawn cemetery was established in 1895 and immediately attracted some of the most notable names in the city.The grounds encompass 140 acres (57 ha) and were planned by civil engineer Mason L. Brown and horticulturalist Frank Eurich. At the time of the first burial in 1896, Woodlawn was outside the city limits : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery