In 1896, veterinarian Dr. Samuel K. Johnson had no idea that his simple act of kindness to a grieving pet owner would result in the creation of America’s first and greatest pet cemetery. The “Peaceable Kingdom,” as Hartsdale Pet Cemetery has come to be known, today enjoys international recognition and is listed as a place of national historic significance by the U.S. Department of the Interior. Au...
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I’d obtained a signed copy of this book from the author while my dear OH and I were at this cemetery a several years ago to bury one of two fur children [cats] after having cremating her [13-year old Calico who died from an overactive thyroid; which ...
C. Martin, III brings together unique photos and stories from the lives of over 100,000 pets and people who have entered the gates of Hartsdale over the last century. Regardless of differences in generations or social standing, they all express a deep sense of connection with their departed animal friends, as reflected in the variety of inspired inscriptions on memorials here. EDWARD C. MARTIN, III is the Vice President of Hartsdale Pet Cemetery. Raised in Bronxville, New York, he is the eldest son of cemetery Director Edward C. Martin, Jr. The author’s association with the cemetery spans over thirty years, from his teen years when he worked summers in the cemetery cutting grass and planting flowers. Edward received a law degree from Pace Law School, and after a successful career at Price Waterhouse he returned to his roots at the Peaceable Kingdom. Today he lives in Bronxville with his wife, Candace, his two daughters, Lilly and Charlotte, and his pets Violet, a rescued spaniel-mix and two guinea pigs named George and Hunny Bunny.