The cemetery which was originally intended for the blue collar local families (called Bonackers) of the Springs neighborhood who supported the ocean mansions in East Hampton (village), New York. Families with long histories in the region are there particularly the Millers, Kings, Bennetts, and Talmages.
However, after Jackson Pollock was buried on a hill there in 1956, it became famous as the artist and writers cemetery. Headstones have become works of art.
There are no rivers -- much less a Green River -- near the cemetery.