IX. Monuments

 Section A is laid out as companion (2-grave) lots.  Grave markers of granite for single graves shall be 24 inches in length, 12 inches in width and a maximum height of 18 inches.  For double graves, marker shall be 36 inches in length, 12 inches in width, and a maximum of 18 inches in height.  Foundations shall be a depth of at least 36 inches with an apron of 4 inches on each side of the granite marker and shall be flush with the ground.  This rule shall not apply to government markers.

Bronze markers for single graves shall be 24 inches in length and 14 inches in width.  Double grave markers shall be 36 inches in length and 14 inches in width.  Foundations shall be of a depth of at least 30 inches with an apron of at least 2 inches on each side of the bronze marker.

All lots of Sections B, D, E, F, and G and 50 lots of Section C are to be laid out as per plat to be family lots in sets of two.  The family monument should be placed in the center against the north line.  Any other marker must be individual grass (flat) markers.

The maximum size of foundations for Sections B and C shall be 74 inches long and 26 inches wide with depth to the bottom of the grave.  The maximum size of the base shall by 66 inches in length, 18 inches in width and 12 inches in height.  The maximum size of die shall be 60 inches in length, 12 inches in width, and 36 inches in overall height.

The minimum size of foundation in Sections B and C shall be 44 inches long and 20 inches wide with a depth to the bottom of the grave.  The minimum size to die shall be 30 inches long, 6 inches wide at base, and 3 inches wide at the top with 18 inches in height.  Grave markers shall be of granite or bronze, 24 inches long by 14 inches wide and shall be placed even with the round.  The minimum vertical thickness of the granite marker shall be 4 inches and lain on a one (1) inch bed of sand.  Lots numbered 135, 136, 137 and 156 in Section C are to be divided into single grave spaces.  Only grass (flat) markers are permitted.

 In Sections D, E, F, and G, only granite or bronze head markers can be placed at the north line of the lots.  Head markers are to be 24 inches long by 14 inches wide and placed even with the ground.  Minimum vertical thickness of granite markers is to be 4 inches and lain on a one (1) inch bed of sand.  Bronze markers are to be imbedded in 4 inches of concrete and placed on a one (1) inch bed of sand.  Double markers may be up to 36 inches by 14 inches in size.

All foundations must be of concrete.

All Rules and Regulations of the City Cemetery are subject to change and amendment by the City Council.