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Inventory of Ogdensburgh Cemetery

During the Spring/Summer/Fall of 2005 I am attempted to do a full photographic inventory of the markers in Ogdensburgh Cemetery. Ogdensburgh Cemetery is a very large cemetery, just east of the city of Ogdensburg on Route 812 (just off Route 37).

I took photos of the stones and documented the inscriptions. Below is the inventory I have developed. When a picture is available, the name of the person will be 'clickable' to bring up the picture. NOTE: The only names recorded here are for people who had markers that I could find in the cemetery. It does not include any other people who might have been buried but for whom no marker could be found. Be sure to check out the "Unknowns" at the bottom of the list and let me know if you can identify any of them. All comments can be directed to Anne M. Cady


NOTE: This is a large cemetery so I broke it into sections. Click on the links below to see a really rough map I drew to show how I defined the sections for this inventory. Note that the section designations are completely created for my own use, and do not represent any real section numbers used by the cemetery.

Map of Cemetery to left of Main building with A. Cady's section references
Map of Cemetery to right of Main building with A. Cady's section references



Created by Anne M. Cady, May 2005.

Updated June 2005
Updated July 2005
Updated August 2005
Updated September 2005
Updated October 2005





Because of the size of this cemetery, the inventory has been broken into the following files:

General Views of the cemetery, Last names starting with A-B
Last names starting with C-D
Last names starting with E-G
Last names starting with H-K
Last names starting with L-M
Last names starting with N-R
Last names starting with S
Last names starting with T-Z, Unknown & Unreadable Stones


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