Little Georgie. With its entrance now sealed with stone blocks and its approach ankle-deep in leaves or grass (depending on the season), it looks rather forlorn now, but still retains some elegance with its wonderful rose-colored granite pillars (one of which is sadly missing) and arched doorway.
The crypt was built for Stillman Witt, a millionaire industrialist and philanthropist from Cleveland. Witt died at sea while on a trip for his health. His 1875 obituary from the New York Times can be read here.
When it was first built, this would've been considered a very fine location. There are a number of notable plots along this path - including the Strong family and Mayor Eli Perry. The crypt would have also overlooked Consecration Lake with its scenic ravine paths.