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St. Lawrence County, NY Cemetery Records

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St. Lawrence County, New York is home to a rich history and a significant number of cemeteries that provide valuable insights into the region's past. With its vast landscapes, picturesque villages, and proximity to the St. Lawrence River, this county has become a popular destination for historians, genealogists, and those interested in exploring their family roots.

St. Lawrence County boasts numerous cemeteries, each with its own unique character and historical significance. These burial grounds contain the final resting places of the county's early settlers, prominent figures, and ordinary citizens, spanning several centuries. Some of the cemeteries date back to the 18th and 19th centuries, providing a glimpse into the lives and stories of the people who shaped the region.

St. Lawrence County cemetery records serve as a valuable resource for researchers seeking information about their ancestors. These records often include vital details such as birth and death dates, burial locations, and sometimes even cause of death. They can provide crucial links in building a family tree or understanding the historical context of individuals and families who lived in the area.

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

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