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Troy Union Corners Cemetery
Oakland County, Michigan

Square Lake Rd, Troy, MI

Lat: 42° 36' 27"N, 83° 07' 32"W

Contributed by Janet Neubauer, Nov 08, 2004, last edited Jul 04, 2009 [mijan@wowway.com].  Total records = 1,173.

To reach the cemetery drive north out of Troy on Rochester Rd, turn right on Square Lake Road. Cemetery will be on the north side of the road in about 1/4 of mile.

Troy Union Corners Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in the City of Troy. It is well maintained and is an active cemetery. The cemetery consists of 436 lots located in a quiet wooded area in the north end of the city.

It is owned and maintained by the City of Troy. City Clerk of Troy, 500 W. Big Beaver, Troy, Michigan 48084, 248-524-3316. The cemetery was established in 1831. Currently there are no lots/graves for sale unless existing owners wish to sell their unused sites.

The sections in this cemetery are not laid out with distinct dividing lines at all times, some were divided irregularly at the start. I am trying to keep them as accurate as possible. If they are mixed, please understand. I was not sure which section those were in.

I started reading this cemetery in October of 2004 and completed it in May of 2005. I had to stop during the winter.

- Janet Neubauer

s/w = stone with
sss = shared surname stone
Sec A = Section A
Sec B = Section B with small part of Section A
Sec BCD = Sections BC or D
Sec D = Sec D

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