Cemetery Records

  • Anne Cady's cemetery inventories, including DeKalb, Depeyster, Gouverneur, Hammond, Hermon, Lisbon, Macomb, Morristown, Oswegatchie, Rossie, Stockholm, and Waddington, most with extensive tombstone photos.
  • Cemeteries of St. Lawrence County Chuck Morgan.
  • Cemeteries of St. Lawrence County, at the Cemetery Transcription Library.[has Hopkinton-Ft. Jackson cemetery.]
  • Arthur Bordine (This email address is no longer valid) St. Mary's Old Cemetery, Judson Street Road, Burial & Cemetery Records of Notre Dame Church, Ogdensburg 1859-1920, Burials of the Ogdensburg cemetery, Burials of the Silas Wright Cemetery of Canton New York, Burials of the Anse Zophen Cemetery of Ogdensburg New York
  • Dennis Eickhoff [E-Mail Link] town historian of Colton, St. Lawrence County, NY; has collected information on many of the Colton area families and is willing to share info and accept info as well on any families of the Colton-Pierrepont-Parishville area. P.O. Box 95, Colton, NY 13625-0095.
  • Rosanne M Holt (This email address is no longer valid) will do look ups for the following:
    • Old Dekalb Cemetery
    • Union/Risley Cemetery
    • St. Henry's Cemetery
    • Kendrew Cemetery
    • East Dekalb Cemetery
    • Maple Grove Cemetery (Richville)
    • Wayside Cemetery (Richville)
    • Marshville Cemetery
    • West Hermon Cemetery
  • Brasher
  • Canton
  • Edwards
  • Hammond
    • Chippewa Street Cemetery, transcribed by Caryn Moore [partial].
  • Hermon
  • Louisville
    • See Seaway below, also.
  • Massena
    • See Seaway below, also.
  • Parishville
  • Pierrepont
  • Potsdam
  • Rossie
  • Russell
  • Stockholm
  • Waddington
    • Anne Cady's cemetery inventories
    • Jane Layo (This email address is no longer valid) Waddington historian will do lookups for cemeteries in Waddington. She keeps up the inventory every year and probably has the most up to date information and is willing to do research (charge only for professional researchers who are doing research for a price).
    • See Seaway below, also.
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  • Seaway
    • Jane Layo (This email address is no longer valid) also has the complete inventory of cemeteries moved during the St. Lawrence Seaway Construction. These involve cemeteries in Massena, Louisville and Waddington. In addition she has the complete listing of cemeteries moved on the Canadian side and is willing to do research on both of these (conditions the same as Waddington research). She is planning to have the 19 cemeteries moved during the Seaway on the U. S. side made into a publication much the same as she has for the Canadian cemeteries moved during this time.

       

  • Cemetery Records The LDS Microfilms page provides listings of microfilms covering St. Lawrence county, which are available at LDS Family History Centers.
    • Brasher-Canton, LDS film 1304688 Item 2-3
    • Canton-Lawrence, LDS film 1304689
    • Lisbon-Pierpont, LDS film 1304690
    • Pierpont-Waddington, LDS film 1304691 items 1-3
    • [second set less readable: LDS film 0556598-603]
    • Waddington, NY Cemeteries film 1451081, items 11-12
    • Vital Stats 1846-1850, 1880-1902, LDS film 0556598
       
  • The Queries, Etc. page provides a link to, and explanation of, the Message Boards which are available for posting [and reading others postings] of such types of information as Bible, Biography, Birth, Cemetery, Census, Death, Deed, Immigration, Lookup,  Marriage, Military, Obituary, Pension, Queries, Wills.

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