Syracuse, New York Cemeteries

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Ahavath Achim

Jamesville Avenue

Anshe Sfard

Jamesville Avenue


aka Old Arsenal, House

Assumption Catholic

2401 Court

Beth-El /  Beth Israel / Mount Sinai

see Mount Sinai / Beth-El / Beth Israel

Beth Tzedec Memorial Park

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Chevra Shas

aka Congregation Beth Sholom

Jamesville Avenue / Comstock Avenue

First Ward

Franklin Park

Frumah Packard

Linas Hatzdeck

aka Zedeck Va'emes Society


see Arsenal

Islamic Society of Central New York

925 Comstock Ave


Beech Street

Loomis Hill

McClure & Scott


founded 1899, Comstock Avenue, operated by Oakwood since 1962

see Oakwood since consolidated.

Mount Sinai/Temple Beth El

aka Beth Israel

300 East Colvin

Native American Site 1

Native American Site 2


740 Oakwood Ave

The Historic Oakwood Cemetery Preservation Association (HOCPA)
P. O. Box 65
Syracuse, NY 13215


see Franklin Park

Old Arsenal

see Arsenal

Old Saint Mary's

Onondaga County Veterans Memorial

Onondaga Valley

Our Lady Queen of Virgins

Pet Haven

Poiley Tzedek

between East Colvin Avenue and Comstock Avenue

Rose Brighton (Old Danforth)

Brighton Street

Rose Hill

900 Lodi (administered by the City of Syracuse Parks Department)

Rosenbloom / Adath Israel

founded 1864, 800 East Colvin Avenue
for younger Adath Yeshurun Cemetery, see Temple Adath Yeshurun, below

Saint Agnes Catholic

2315 South Ave
office: 242 E. Onondaga

Saint Cecelia

Saint Joseph's

aka St. Joseph's German
801 Pond and 700 First North

1859 to 1953, abandoned, identified remains reinterred elsewhere while the unidentified ones were dumped in a common grave at the Assumption Cemetery.

Saint Mary's

Renwick Avenue, removed to Fayetteville Road

removed in 1914

Saint Michael's

Saints Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox

Jamesville Avenue

Spring & Free Street

Temple Adath Yeshurun

Temple Beth Shalom - Chevra Shas

see Chevra Shas

Temple Society of Concord

Interments at the Woodlawn Cemetery

Water & Franklin Street

See Franklin Park


Salt Springs Road
Demolished in 1928, remains removed to North Orville and Young Family cemeteries.


1130 Grant Ave

Workmen's Circle

Jamesville Avenue

Young Israel Sharrie Torah

Comstock Avenue