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Transit Cemetery
Murray, Orleans County, New York

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Transit Cemetery, Murray, NY

GPS: 43.27589, -78.11490

3196 Transit Rd.
Murray, NY 14411

Published: March 1, 2022
Updated: March 20, 2022
Total records: 12

Location: Transit Cemetery is located along the east side of Transit Rd, at the north east corner of Transit Rd and E. Transit Church Rd, right along the border of Town of Murray and Town of Gaines. It's just inside the Town of Murray. It sits to the north of Transit Church.

Transit Cemetery is owend by Transit Cemetery Association.

Veterans Affairs Records

Records published below were acquired from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on February 15, 2022...

ALLPORT, Terry L, b. 07/21/1945, d. 11/01/2015, US ARMY, SP5, VIETNAM
BALDWIN, George Theodore, b. 04/18/1939, d. 11/01/2010, US AIR FORCE, SGT
BEAM, Donald H, b. 02/11/1913, d. 11/27/1997, US NAVY, MM1, WORLD WAR II
BEAVERS, James R, b. 12/11/1927, d. 06/06/2001, US ARMY, WORLD WAR II, KOREA
CURTIS, Wilbur H, b. 02/09/1934, d. 06/05/2009, US AIR FORCE, A1C, KOREA
DRAPER, Donald R, b. 04/10/1936, d. 11/10/2015, US AIR FORCE, A2C
DRITSCHEL, Edwin L, b. 11/06/1923, d. 10/31/2010, US NAVY, S1, WORLD WAR II
GILMAN, Grover F, b. 11/07/1918, d. 05/11/2000, US ARMY, CPL, WORLD WAR II
KLOTZBACH, Lewis K, b. 4/12/1948, d. 3/23/2011, US ARMY, SGT, VIETNAM
MILLER, Chauncey G, b. 04/17/1927, d. 01/17/2013, US NAVY, S1, WORLD WAR II
O'MARA, Albert J, b. 05/19/1918, d. 01/30/2005, US ARMY AIR FORCES, SGT, WORLD WAR II
WHIPPLE, Morell E, b. 08/27/1919, d. 03/10/2007, US ARMY, SGT, WORLD WAR II

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