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There are three cemeteries in the Town of Lewis: Lewis (Center) Cemetery, Deerhead Cemetery
and Roscoe Cemetery. The information herein is from the Lewis (Center) Cemetery.
The Lewis Cemetery is on land owned by the First Congregational Church of Lewis and is
located to the west of the Church building in the Town of Lewis, NY. Although the land belongs
to the First Congregational Church of Lewis, it is overseen by the Lewis Cemetery Association,
along with the other two Cemeteries.
Because of my interest in genealogy, I first "mapped" the Lewis Cemetery in 1976 - 1977,
documenting the information found on the monuments and markers. This information is now
updated by me thirty years later. This was done by taking the original information, inputting it
into the computer, then comparing the typed information with what is presently found on the
monuments and markers. Corrections have been made and new information added at this time. It
might be noted that the information on the monuments may not be correct, but is listed as found
by the writer.
The layout of the Lewis Cemetery divides it into Blocks for ease of locating monuments and
markers. Page numbers found in each Block designate the start and end of each Block as the
information is recorded row by row. Note: Page numbers may not show up on
A final alphabetical index is included for reference and to assist in locating individual
monuments and markers. Maiden names have also been listed in the Index to assist a researcher
in locating a family name.
Other information includes:
Vet. For Veterans known to the American Legion or with service inscriptions on stones
LVFD For individuals who have belonged to the Lewis Volunteer Fire Department
F&AM When a Free & Accepted Mason insignia is noted on a monument
OES When an Order of the Eastern Star insignia is noted on a monument
Though I have proof-read the information herein, I apologize for any typographical errors that I
might have made. For any questions, feel free to wander through this historical cemetery and
locate the monument or marker that may give you the answer.
Jean W. Dickerson
Summer 2006

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