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St. Patrick Roman Catholic Cemetery
Crittenden, Erie County, New York

st patricks cemetery, crittenden, ny
St. Patrick's Cemetery, Crittenden, NY

GPS: 42.947447, -78.482977

Crittenden Rd
Crittenden, NY 14001

Published: March 27, 2022

Total records: 8

St. Patrick Roman Catholic Cemetery is located within the hamlet of Crittenden, along the east side of Crittenden Rd (County Rd 8), about 500 feet north of the intersection with Genesee St (State Highway 33). The cemetery measures about 1 acre, however the land encompasses an additional 6.5 acres undeveloped, running north along Crittenden Rd, all the way up to Crittenden Rural Cemetery.

The cemetery is owned by St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish based in Pembroke, NY, and managed by a parish committee.

Veterans Affairs Records

Cemetery records below represent U.S. veterans interred at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery. These records were acquired from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs...

ANTONICELLI, Vincent J, b. 1929, d. 2015, US ARMY, CPL, KOREA
CULLEN, John F, b. 5/20/1930, d. 11/1/2010, US AIR FORCE, A1C, KOREA
GIBBS, Richard J, b. 08/22/1938, d. 01/19/2006, US ARMY, PVT
HEIST, John B, b. 03/02/1926, d. 07/05/2000, US NAVY, RM2, WORLD WAR II
KONIECZKO, Michael, b. 09/29/1919, d. 03/10/2015, US ARMY AIR FORCES, CPL, WORLD WAR II
SOBOLEWSKI, Edward J, b. 12/24/1920, d. 05/25/2019, US ARMY, CPL, WORLD WAR II
WALTERS, Arthur L, b. 03/23/1929, d. 09/15/2006, US MARINE CORPS, CPL, KOREA
WASHINGTON, Richard C, b. 4/24/1951, d. 4/14/2014, US NAVY, PO2

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