It is the imperial court actress, Charlotte Wolter, whose mortal remains lie in the grave.
Among other things, she was celebrated for designing her own costumes. Charlotte Wolter was buried, at her own wish, dressed in the costume of Iphigenie, her most successful role. Alois Negrelli Ritter von Moldelbe was a hydraulic engineer. He drew up the plans for the Suez Canal, which – after his death – were carried out by the Frenchman, Ferdinand de Lesseps. Vis-à-vis stands the monument of the “Family Thonet”: It is the family vault of Michael Thonet, a master cabinetmaker who is world-famed as a pioneer in the field of furniture design. His creation, “the mother of all chairs”, achieved fame as an article of daily use. From 1859 to 1930, about 50 million of these chairs were produced and sold. In 1867, the Thonet Brothers were awarded a gold medal at the Paris World Fair for the design of this chair. The Thonet Brothers were officially appointed as purveyors to the royal and imperial court.