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North Syracuse Cemetery
North Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York
600 South Bay Road, North Syracuse, NY, 13212
Lat: 43° 08' 00"N, Lon: 76° 07' 45"W
Contributed by Bonnie Freebern, Sep 23, 2003, last updated Dec 27, 2011 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 8,324.
This cemetery is located near North Syracuse Police Station at 600 South Bay Road in North Syracuse, NY.
I have walked through this cemetery many times, but never thought about taking notes. The more that I have gotten into my family genealogy, the more information that I have found from lists of local cemeteries. With the only other online list of this cemetery having only 28 entries, I thought it was my turn to help out other genealogists.
Since the cemetery is so large it will take me a while to get through it all. I am starting with the older section that is set between Route 11 and South Bay Rd. I will update this file with each "section" as I complete it. I have taken down the information accurately as possible.
There are many stones that are partially or totally unreadable, but I gleaned as much information from them that I could.
The cemetery is split by South Bay Road, and each of those 2 areas is large. I have included a "map" of the sections as I see them for the west area between Main Street (also called Rt. 11) and South Bay Road. I hope that this will help anyone that is looking for a particular gravesite. For the section on the east side of South Bay Rd, there are section markers there and I will be using those ids for that side of the cemetery.
For names that are on the same headstone, I have indicated wife of, husband of, etc. without quotes. Any of my notes that are in quotes are etched into the stones themselves. I completed this transcription in June of 2008.- Bonnie Freebern
w/o = wife of
h/o = husband of
s/o = son of
d/o = daughter of
gs/o = grandson of
Sections = See map
** means information is from the North Syracuse Cemetery Office records.
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