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St Peter's Catholic Cemetery
Rome, Oneida County, NY [Early Records only]

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Old Cemetery - Alphabetically by Surname



A-B        C    D     E-F    G-H     I-L    M    N-R     S-Z



New Cemetery - Alphabetically by Surname


A-K        L-Z   


HOW THESE FILES WERE CONSTRUCTED

* Please note that many records were difficult to read, many stones were damaged and early handwriting and spelling were sometimes hard to read.

St Peter's Church was established and started keeping records in 1837. Most of the early parishioners were of Irish descent.
The records below are from St Peter's Old Cemetery, with sections numbered from 1-15. This is still an active cemetery, only the early records are currently available beginning with 1837. The new cemetery started making burials about the year 1920. That cemetery is numbered alphabetically by section from A - M0

The following records have been constructed by several tombstone readings and extensive cross-checking against church records and funeral books. Early Veterans records available at Jervis Library were also referenced.

There were 13 years of records found in an old book from 1837-1850 kept by Reverend William Beecham. Some of these people were definitely buried at St Peter's but it is not known if all of them were. Those records are included in this listing, most of them, without cemetery locations.

Columns listed for BURIALS are Surname, Given Name, Age at Death, Date of Death, Parents or Relative, Section/Lot Number and Comments (such as place of origin or veterans information if available).

Abbreviations in parenthesis are w=wife, h=husband, p=parent, s=son, d=daughter.

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Marriages and Deaths from 1865 & 1875 census

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