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Orange County, New York is a historically rich region with a significant cultural heritage. As is the case with many areas across the United States, cemeteries hold a wealth of information about the people who lived and contributed to the development of the county. Cemetery records in Orange County serve as valuable resources for genealogical research, historical documentation, and memorialization.

Orange County boasts a diverse array of cemeteries, ranging from small family plots to larger, well-established graveyards. These burial grounds often date back several centuries, reflecting the county's long history. Some of the notable cemeteries in Orange County include the Wallkill Valley Cemetery, St. Joseph's Cemetery, St. Mary's Cemetery, and Warwick Cemetery, among others.

Orange County cemetery records typically encompass a variety of information about the deceased, including their full name, date of birth, date of death, and sometimes their cause of death. They may also include details about the individual's occupation, family relations, military service, and religious affiliation. These records can provide vital clues for genealogists seeking to trace their family history or uncover the stories of notable figures who once resided in Orange County.

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

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