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Delaware County, located in the state of New York, is home to a rich history and an abundance of heritage sites, including its cemeteries. These cemeteries serve as valuable resources for genealogical research, providing insight into the lives and deaths of the county's residents over the years.

Delaware County boasts a significant number of cemeteries, each with its own unique stories and contributions to the local community. Some of the notable cemeteries in the area include the Walton Cemetery, Roxbury Cemetery, and Delhi Cemetery, among many others. These burial grounds often date back several centuries, with gravestones and monuments serving as tangible links to the past.

Delaware County cemetery records contain vital information that can be of immense value to genealogists and historians. These records typically include details such as the names of the deceased, birth and death dates, burial locations, and sometimes even additional personal information. By studying these records, researchers can trace their family lineage, learn about their ancestors' lives, and uncover hidden connections to the county's history.

Cemetery records published here were acquired from Delaware County, NY cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.

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