Some Cemeteries in Seneca County, NY

List provided by Seneca County Historian's Office


Scotts Corners, Rt. 139, east of Ovid
Seely-VanVleet, off 96A, approximately two miles north of Willard
Old Sheldrake, County Road 139, one mile east of Rt. 96
Sheldrake Point
Townsendville, County Rd. 146
Traver, one mile south of Tyre, west of County Road 101
Tyre, in back of Band Hall in Tyre Village
Wooden Cemetery, Serven Road, back of Wooden Farm
Ovid Union
Lodi
Tyre Reformed
Bear Cemetery, W. River St., Waterloo
Bachman-Markel, Co. Rd. 121, north of McDougall
Old Baileytown, north of Willard on Lake Road
Fox, Black Brook Road, just outside of Seneca Falls
Bridgeport, north of Cayuga Lake Park
Burgh, off Route 121, north
Old Cemetery on Koster Farm, southeast of Canoga
Pioneer, Ovid St., Seneca Falls
Cemetery in woods, just east of Rt. 96 between Ovid and Interlaken
Covert Cemetery in the Pines, east side of Rt. 132, one half mile from road
Covert Village Cemtery, just off Rt. 96
Old Covert, south side of E. Covert Rd. in woods
Dunham, north side of Dunham Road, east of Nine Foot Road
Old Waterloo, Stark St., opposite Elisha St.
Maple Grove, Stark St. and W. Wright, Waterloo
St. Columkille, Bayard St., just west of Restvale, Seneca Falls, Catholic (old part has many older settlers)
Restvale, Bayard St., Seneca Falls
Canoga, Rt. 89, south of Canoga Village
Rural Cemetery, north of Fayette on 414, first German cemetery
Goodwin, at Magees Corners
Gospel Lot or McNeil Cemtery, on Munson Road at end of Brokaw Road
Hubbard Cemtery, south side of Dunham Road, west of Co. Rd. 107
Old Jerusalem Church, south side of County Rd. 121 on corner of 121 and Watts Road, Zion German
Old Lodi, north of Charles Boyer farm, east side of Old Lodi-Watkins Road
Maynard, north side of old State Rd., on a hill with billboard
Old Cemtery on Middle Black Brook Road
Oak Hill, in McDuffietown, old part
Old Ovid, in center of Village of Ovid
Quaker Cemtery, east side of Nine Foot Road, north of 96


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