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Bristol Center Cemetery - contributed by Helen Fox and John Mosher - updated 2006 Vincent Hill Cemetery - a/k/a Codding Cemetery - contributed by Helen Fox and John Mosher
Baptist Hill Cemetery - a/k/a Evergreen Cemetery A - LM - Z - contributed by Helen Fox and John Mosher
Baptist Hill Cemetery Listing from Burial Stones A - LM - Z
Trinity Church Burying Ground - This burying ground was
discovered while digging a foundation for a new chapel adjoining
Trinity Episcopal Church on South Main St. Few graves were marked
most could not be identified; in 1842 the remains were disinterred and
those that could be identified were turned over to the families for
reburial. Those that could not be identified were placed in one
large box and reburied under the middle of the church. This is,
no doubt, the earliest burial site in Geneva.
Southwick Cemetery - Located at the corner of 9 Foot Rd. and Reisdorph Rd. in Town of Junius; Seneca Co. NY;
Finger Lakes Regional Cemetery Index; an index of approximately 3,000
surnames from cemeteries of Ontario,
Cayuga, Seneca, and Monroe Counties. The original list is located at
the Office of the Wayne County Historian - Lyons, N.Y. - donor of the listings.
"Personalities of Melvin Hill Cemetery" by David L. Burnisky. The book includes information on Phelps area families and their extended
branches throughout the country. Contact the author directly, provide
your family information and David will do look-ups from his extensive
files. The book is available from the author or from Heritage