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Oneida County, NY Cemetery Records

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Oneida County, New York is a region with a rich history and a significant number of cemeteries that provide valuable insights into the area's past. The county is situated in the central part of the state and encompasses several towns, including Utica, Rome, and New Hartford.

Oneida County cemetery records serve as important resources for genealogical research, historical documentation, and the preservation of local heritage. These records contain information about individuals who were laid to rest in various cemeteries throughout the county. They typically include details such as names, dates of birth and death, burial locations, and sometimes additional information like relationships, military service, or notable achievements.

Over the years, efforts have been made to preserve and digitize Oneida County cemetery records, making them more accessible to researchers, historians, and the general public. Online databases and resources now exist, allowing individuals to search for specific names or browse through the records of various cemeteries within the county.

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

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