What you see below is what we have available on our site, and were posted between 1997 and 2007. Many of them were donated by Betty Auten, former Seneca County Historian.
Find A Grave - currently has listings for 91 cemeteries & burial locations in Seneca County NY. There may be burials that we don't have on our "antique lists" and vice versa.
Samuel Bear Cemetery, Waterloo
Partial listing of burials in Bethel Cemetery, Covert
Black Brook (also known as Fox Cemetery), Seneca Falls
Bridgeport Cemetery, Seneca Falls
Canoga Cemetery, Town of Fayette
Abram Covert Farm Cemetery, Ovid - contains photos of tombstones
Lakeview Cemetery Index, Interlaken
History of Lakeview Cemetery, Interlaken
"Lost" Cemetery a.k.a. Old Dutch Church Cemetery
A Pioneer Cemetery, Seneca Falls, NY
Old Cemetery near the Ovid Dump
Ovid Street Cemetery (old), Seneca Falls
Friends' Cemeteries & Quaker Settlement Cemetery - Hector and Ulysses, former towns that are currently in Tompkins County, NY
Restvale Cemetery, Seneca Falls - a very partial listing.
Springbrook Cemetery, Seneca Falls [also known as Metcalf Cemetery]
Stark Street Cemetery, Village of Waterloo - partial listing only, surnames L - T.
Stevenson Plot, Sheldrake, Town of Ovid
Traver Cemetery, Tyre - Armitage Family listings only
Unamed cemetery, Romulus a.k.a. David Covert Cemetery
Van Vleet Farm Cemetery - located on the present-day grounds of Sampson State Park.
Robert Wooden Family Cemetery, Waterloo
Wooden and Nicholson Cemeteries, Junius
OTHER SENECA COUNTY CEMETERY LINKS & RESOURCES:
Find A Grave - currently has listings for 91 cemeteries & burial locations in Seneca County NY.
The site coordinators would have no idea if listings for particular cemeteries are complete or accurate.
Stark Street Cemetery - Town of Waterloo
Political Graveyard - Seneca County, NY - click to find out where former Seneca County politicians and political activists are buried, throught the United States
List of cemeteries from the Seneca County Historian's Office, with locations.
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