Cemeteries

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Hudson Street Cemeterywarrensburg cemetery thomas mone

124-164 Hudson St
Warrensburg
This historic cemetery for the Town of Warrensburg adjoins St Cecelia’s Cemetery on Hudson St.  The 1,843 interments date to the early 19th century and include two congressmen who served in the 1800’s. Photo: Thomas Mone

 

 

St. Cecelia Hudson
Street Cemetery
st cecelia cemetery thomas dunne

123-49 Hudson St
Warrensburg

This Catholic cemetery adjoins St. Cecilia’s church in Warrensburg and contains burials from 1854 through the present. Photo: Thomas Dunne

 

Town of Chester
Cemetery
chester rural cemetery thomas dunne

 

6171 State Rte 9
Chestertown

The Chester Rural Cemetery, also known as the Leggett Cemetery, dates from 1795 through the present. The site was part of the Leggett Homestead, which served as a waypoint on the Underground Railroad.  Military represented include Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican War, Civil War, WWI, WWII,Korea,Vietnam,Desert Storm,Iraq, and Afghanistan. Burials include poet John Butler Yeats, father of William Butler Yeats. Photo: Thomas Dunne

 

St. Mary’s Catholiccorinthcatholiccemetery thomas dunne
Cemetery

Saratoga Ave
Corinth

This cemetery dates t0 1898. Photo: Thomas Dunne

 

Corinth Rural
Cemetery
corinth rural cemetery photo thomas dunne

Saratoga Ave
Corinth

In 1872 the Corinth Rural Cemetery Association was created and four acres of land was purchased from T.C. Fenton by the trustees and officers. The cemetery was enlarged when more property was bought from Warren Curtis in 1901.
The oldest section of the cemetery between the railroad tracks and the first driveway was actually graves moved here in 1897 from the old burial ground on Main Street where the present Main Street School now stands.<
The remains of the 332 of Corinth’s earliest settlers were moved to consolidate the cemeteries, unfortunately the identity of only 107 bodies were known. A soldier’s memorial circle is in the center of the older section. Photo: Thomas Dunne

 

Holy Infancy Catholic
Cemetery
holy infancy cemetery vickie storlie

Lake Ave
Lake Luzerne

Catholic Cemetery with burials dating to the mid 1800’s, adjacent to church. Photo: Vickie Storlie

 

Lake Luzerne
Cemetery
luzerne cemetery thomas dunne

American Legion Dr
Lake Luzerne

Cemetery for the Town of Lake Luzerne, established in 1871. Photo: Thomas Dunne

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