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Orleans County, NY Cemetery Records

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Orleans County, New York is a historically rich and culturally diverse region. Established in 1824, the county has a significant place in American history and has been home to various communities and settlements over the years. Among the valuable historical resources available in Orleans County are its cemetery records, which provide a glimpse into the lives and legacies of its past residents.

Orleans County cemetery records serve as a valuable source of genealogical information and help researchers and historians uncover details about individuals who once lived in the area. Orleans County boasts several cemeteries, each with its unique historical significance and stories to tell. Some of the prominent cemeteries in the county include Mt. Albion Cemetery in Albion, Lynhaven Cemetery in Lyndonville, and Greenwood Cemetery in Kendall.

Orleans County cemetery records typically include information such as the names, birth and death dates, and burial locations of the individuals interred there. Researchers and genealogists can explore these records to trace their family histories, discover ancestral connections, and gain insights into the social and cultural fabric of the county.

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

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