First of all, you should get a tour map for Cave Hill Cemetery. You can get it from the SS office located at the main gate of Cave Hill.
Right after you enter from the gate, you will see the Sphinx monument dedicated to Charles Rowland Peaslee. Peaslee was a salesman who used to sell paints and lamps, and died in 1905.
In the central part of the Cemetery, you will see the Tingly Fountain adding beauty to the overall look to the Cemetery Garden. The Tingly fountain was built to commemorate the wagon maker, William Tingley. The fountain has an unusual female character, and the two smaller statues right beside the main statue are perfect for photographic studies.
While walking or driving through the Cemetery, you should not miss the countless other monuments and statues present in the area. If you are a history enthusiast, or a professional photographer, then you should spend few hours in the Cemetery, as you can take a lot of photos and reveal some of the attractive sites in Cave Hill.
If you want to locate a particular graveyard of any famous personality, then you can contact the Cemetery caretaker and he will help you in making your search faster.