Graveyards in Miami
As thousands of people pass away each year, many graveyards are built to give an honorable burial for the dead. They’re also built so family members and relatives can be able to visit their dead relatives. So even if the dead die, they will be able to be honored even in death. There are a variety of historic graveyards in Miami such as the Charlotte Jane Memorial Park Cemetery, the Caballero Rivero Woodlawn Park North Cemetery, the Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, and the Memorial Plan Flagler Memorial Park Cemetery.
Many of these historic graveyards live up to their name as an important part of history. For example, the Miami City Cemetery has a rather immense history centered around it. The first burial that had taken place there was around July 14, 1887, for an elderly black man. However, this burial wasn’t given a proper recording. The first burial that was properly recorded was for a 24-year-old man from England that died on July 20th, 1887, six days later after the first man had been buried. In general, this cemetery showcases a lot of the history of Miami and many pioneers were buried inside this cemetery. The Caballero also has some infamous figures buried inside of their cemetery. Some of these people were powerful military figures such as Manuel Artime, who had led the Bay of Pigs invasion. There are also a variety of different presidents, ministers, and a first lady that had been buried at Miami City from various countries including Cuba, Nicaragua, and Covadonga. Lincoln Memorial Park is also one of the most significant black cemeteries in Miami, Florida. At the cemetery, there are a variety of important figures buried there such as Gwen Sawyer Cherry and Dr. William Sawyer.
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