Final Resting Place:
4199 Webster Avenue
Bronx, New York, 10470
Grave Location:Section Butternut, Block 140
Grave Location Description
The path to his private mausoleum can be found 300 feet from the intersection of Filbert Avenue and Fern Avenue (J-2 on the official Woodlawn Cemetery map) on Filbert Avenue. Look for a narrow concrete pathway that goes into the Butternut Section and follow that for about 100 feet and you will find Fritz’s mausoleum. If you continue on that path and turn right and follow it to the end you will find the grave of Broadway legend George M. Cohan.
Grave Location GPS40.892963, -73.877388
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