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Holy Sepulchre Cemetery (New Rochelle, New York)

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
The main entrance to Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
Details
Year established 1886
Location New Rochelle, New York
Country USA
Type Catholic
Owned by Blessed Sacrament Church



Holy Sepulchre Cemetery is a Catholic cemetery in New Rochelle in Westchester County, New York. The cemetery is maintained by the Blessed Sacrament Church, whose priest, Father McLoughlin, started it in 1886.[1]

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery is the resting place of notables including Eddie Foy and his family of famous Vaudeville actors and actresses, memorialized in the 1955 film The Seven Little Foys.


Notable interments

  • Richard Beddows (1843–1922), Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.[2][3]
  • Charley Foy (1898–1984), actor

References

External links

  • U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
  • Holy Sepulchre Cemetery at Find A Grave

Coordinates: 40°54′13″N 73°47′51″W / 40.9037105°N 73.7976331°W / 40.9037105; -73.7976331

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