|Size||85 acres (34 ha)|
|No. of graves||85,000|
|Find a Grave||Evergreen Cemetery|
Evergreen Cemetery is located in the West River neighborhood of New Haven, Connecticut. It was founded by some of New Haven's most prominent citizens in 1848. Evergreen Cemetery is a non-sectarian, non-profit organization that is managed by the Association's board of trustees.
- Hobart B. Bigelow, Governor of Connecticut (1881–1883)
- Edward Bouchet, first PhD recipient of African descent in the United States
- Wilbur L. Cross, Governor of Connecticut (1931–1939) and Professor of English at Yale University
- Edwin S. Greeley, Civil War general
- Bronisław Malinowski, social anthropologist
- William Chester Minor - lexicographer and key contributor to the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary. Section: Path H, Plot: 13 Front, Grave: 1
- John Addison Porter, chemistry professor at Yale University. Section: Lake Avenue, Plot: 135, Grave: 17
- John Addison Porter, journalist, and first Secretary to the President. Section: Lake Avenue, Plot: 135, Grave: 20
- Ilya Tolstoy, writer and son of Leo Tolstoy
- Oliver Winchester - founder of the Winchester repeating rifle company. Section: Highland Avenue, Plot: 64, Grave: 16
- Sarah Winchester - wife of William Wirt Winchester and builder of the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California. Section: Highland Avenue, Plot: 52, Grave: 4
- George Weiss - Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Executive. Section: Catalpa Avenue, Plot: 39, Grave: 2
- Teresa Wright - Wright won an Academy Award as Best Supporting Actress for "Mrs. Miniver" (1942). Remains donated to Yale medical school, ultimately buried in a small mass grave located in section 14
- One Commonwealth war burial, a Royal Flying Corps Cadet of World War I.
- McDonough, Cara (24 January 2013). "Lives and Times". The Daily Nutmeg. Retrieved 12 November 2015.
- Wayne, H. (1995). The Story of a Marriage: The Letters of Bronisław Malinowski and Elsie Masson. London: Routledge. p. 241.
- "Evergreen Cemetery: Search Burial Records". www.evergreencem.org. Evergreen Cemetery. Retrieved 24 January 2015.
- "Find-a-Grave". www.findagrave.com. www.findagrave.com. Retrieved 24 January 2015.
-  CWGC casualty record.
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