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Noted doctors, pilots and artists descended from Dr. Joseph Otto (1826-1885) who emigrated from Prussia. Thomas Osgood Otto (1865-1917), husband of Minnie Elizabeeth Otto, built the family home known as the Artist House on Eaton Street in Key West. Three Yorkshire terriers and the family's pet key deer, Elfina, are also buried in the plot.

Minnie Elizabeth Otto's monument matches those of her husband and in-laws who are buried with their dogs and their pet deer. Her epitaph: "Her life was a beautiful morning."

Atop the Roberts family crypt is the grave marker of Gloria Russell, noting "I'm just resting my eyes."

Final resting place of Piedad L.F. de Ayala (1859-1908) whose grandfather wrote the Cuban national anthem.