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Essex County, located in the northeastern part of New York State, is a region rich in history and natural beauty. It is known for its picturesque landscapes, charming towns, and significant historical sites. Among the historical resources found in Essex County, cemetery records play a vital role in preserving and understanding the past.

Essex County cemetery records serve as valuable repositories of information about the people who once lived in the area. These records provide insights into the lives, relationships, and cultural practices of past generations. They can reveal details such as birth and death dates, family connections, military service, and community affiliations. By studying cemetery records, genealogists, historians, and researchers gain a deeper understanding of the county's history and the individuals who shaped it.

Essex County is home to numerous cemeteries, both large and small, scattered throughout its towns and villages. Some of the notable cemeteries in the area include Riverside Cemetery in Elizabethtown, Evergreen Cemetery in Keeseville, and Mountain View Cemetery in Lake Placid. Each cemetery has its own unique character and historical significance, reflecting the diverse heritage of the region.

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

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