Part 1. On site memorials
This sign has been moved, but the pin oak is still standing behind the north porch at Amity House.
Seely Cabin. Both Mr. & Mrs Seely were instrumental in obtaining the Kirby estate as a camp for the Clevlend Girl Scouts. Warner Seely headed the campaign committee to raise funds for the purchase. Emma Seely was the third commissioner of the council. The Seelys are buried at Cleveland's Lake View Cemetery near the top of Daffodil Hill
Part 2. Off-site memorials
Many of the Neal Family who lived at the park are buried at Lakeview Cemetery in Cleveland. Their graves are below the front of Garfield Monument, where the slope begins to flatten out.
"Oppmann" was Clara Neal's maiden name.
The gravesite consists of the single rectangular slab with names of the family on all four sides, and the single large pillar at on the downslope end.
It was raining at the time the picture on the left was taken. The carved "Neal /Oppmann" on the pillar looks almost too dark to read. The close up above shows the same panel.