- Sa-sa-na Loft, ca.1831-1852: A Mohawk, she lived on a reservation with her family in Canada. Loft, her sister, and brother travelled and performed concerts in the United States. On a stop in Owego, Sa-sa-na perished in a horrific train accident. Her grave is a prominent feature of Evergreen.
- Helen Dean King, 1869-1955: Helen attended Bryn Mawr College when it first began offering graduate-level degrees for women. She earned a PhD in biology and specialized in genetics. She taught science and held a professorship, one of only two women in the world at the time, and most notably, pioneered the use of lab rats for scientific study.
- James Hollingsworth, 1885-1962: An African-American barbershop owner in Owego for 65 years. He was a dignified and beloved member of the community with a great memory of the past.