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WOODLAWN CEMETERY

Burials started after 1881

City of Syracuse, New York


Gary Jones of the Onondaga Co. Public Library has completed a 46,000+ name cemetery list.    The list contains the following:

Last name
First name
Death day
Death year
Death month
section
lot

The address of OCPL is 5th floor, genealogy, Gallery Building, Syracuse, NY 13202


Submitted by:
Michelle Stone
"German Immigrant Ancestors in Syracuse & Onondaga Co., NY"
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mstone/

A partial transcript of the monument in Woodlawn Cemetery, Syracuse, New York:

Erected by Lilly Post Monument Association,
Syracuse, 1887.

General Gustavus Sniper, President,
George Crampton, Vice President,
John Gebhardt, Treasurer,
Alexander von Landberg, Secretary,
James W. Anderson
Moritz Gersbacher
Peter Kappesser
Edward J. Luff
Andrew Mahl
William J. Steiger
Thomas Saile
Jacob Schwarz.

Lilly Post
No. 66, G.A.R.,
Dept. of
New York.
Organized
1870.
Past Commanders,
Gustavus Sniper
Nicholos Grumbach
Wm. Rautenberg.

Officers, 1887.
Commander, John Gebhardt
S.V.C., James W. Anderson
J.V.C., Edw. J. Luff
Adjt., Dewitt C. Kling
Q.M., Adam Metzger
Surg., Enos H. Stevens
Chap., Wm. J. Stewart
O.D., Giles Post
O.G., Edw. Pollard
S.M., Geo. W. Lent
Q.M.S., Peter Kappesser


Members of Lilly Post, 1887.

Peter Alt
Fredrick A. Arheidt
George Alpeter
Gotleib Appelt
Mathew Blaich
Fredrich Bulla
Charles Bausinger
Daniel Becker
William J. Bonner
George Bolton
Abel G. Cook
Wm. Cahill
John J. Craig
Chauncey Callison
Albert Doolittle
Peter Drumm
Rodger Dougherty
Henry L. Davis
Chas. Drude
Henry Dauer
Wm. Demong
Nicholos Eckel
Frank Eagle
John Engelhardt
John P. Frost
Max Fix
Fredrick A. Fix
George Frost
Jacob Flachland
Augustus Fleih
Fredrick Fichies
Walter I. Frost
Philip Geottel [sic; Goettel]
John Greer
Simon Gries
Adam Group
Philip Gross
John Gifford
Fredrick Ganz
Abram Group
Abram [sic; Abraham] Gilcher
Joseph Ginter
John Greiner
Charles Granger
James Graham
George Herr [sic; Hier?]
John H. Hixson
Elisha Hooghkirk
Wm. H. Hutchings
Gotleib Heisley
Wm. Horn
George Hall
Henry M. Hammond
Lucius Howard
Almeron D. Hayes
Linden P. Hilsinger
August Hoehn
Joseph Haines
Max Herman
Conrad Hofman
George W. Hughes
Richard Jones
Mathias Johner
Jacob J. Klein
John C. Klein
Peter Klink
John Kohl
Jacob Knapp
Henry Kline
Charles Kempf
Martin Knauber
Edward Kretschman
George Kaufman
Augustus King
Peter Kelson
George Lytle
Nicholos Lougnot
Philip Launn
Charles Leopold
Charles J. Lewis
Christain [sic; Christian?] Ladrick
Mathew Lindenmeyer
Joseph Milbryer
Jacob Mitch
Luther S. Merrick
Otto Meyer
Malcolm McDonald
Adam Mosher
Birdsey Norton
William L. Norton
August Ohman
Peter Oneth
William J. Pine
William Pollman
Albert E. Post
Nicholos Pollman
Edgar C. Petty
Thomas Ryan
Henry Riley
Ernest G. Rapp
John Roehm
William Ruggles
Meyer Rosenthal
William A. Rapp
Herman Rice
Conrad Ring
Joseph Richardson
Jacob Sax
George Suttor
Henry Sherrer
Joseph Stadler
John Stauss
Valentine Schilly
John Senk
Adam Smith
Joseph Snyder
Fredrich Schneider
Henry Schoeneck
Nicholos Schaefer
Clemens Schmidt
Fredrick Siedal
Frank Treiber
Thomas Underwood
Fredrick Vogel
Louis Walther
John Wiegand
Henry N. Warner
Park Wheeler
John F. Wheeler
John Weimer
William Winter
William Wells
William Woese
Charles A. Walters
Martin Wright
William W. Wheeler
Fredrick Yehling

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1st & 2nd Bull Run
Gettysburg
Antietam
Wilderness
Fredericksburg
Chancellorsville
Cold Harbor
Spottsylvania
Appomattox
Lee’s Surrender

Chantilly
Five Forks
Gravelly Run
Peach Tree Creek
Chapin’s Farm
White Oak Swamp
White House Landing
Weldon Rail Road
1st & 2nd Hatcher’s Run
Seven Pines & Fair Oaks

Submitted 18 October 1998
Updated 24 October 1999
Updated 3 July 2005 with information on the Lilly Post Civil War monument from:
Michelle Stone
"German Immigrant Ancestors in Syracuse & Onondaga Co., NY"
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mstone/