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Herkimer County, NY Cemetery Records

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Herkimer County, New York, is a picturesque area known for its rich history and natural beauty. The county is named after General Nicholas Herkimer, a hero of the American Revolutionary War. One significant aspect of Herkimer County's history lies in its cemetery records, which provide valuable insights into the lives and legacies of its residents.

Herkimer County cemetery records serve as a treasure trove for genealogists, historians, and individuals interested in tracing their roots. These records offer a glimpse into the past, revealing information about the individuals buried in various cemeteries throughout the county. The records often include details such as birth and death dates, names of family members, and sometimes even occupation or military service.

Herkimer County is home to numerous cemeteries, each with its own unique history. From small family plots tucked away in rural areas to larger, more well-known burial grounds, these cemeteries collectively form a tapestry of the county's past. Researching the cemetery records can reveal connections between families, provide insights into community dynamics, and even unveil previously unknown historical events.

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

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