FYI...

NEW  Click HERE for: "A Spring Walk Through the Pittsford Cemetery" by Robert Corby
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History of the Main Cemetery
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Volunteerism is vital to maintaining the cemetery
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Why I should visit the cemetery in the spring
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Civil War Soldiers buried in the Pittsford Cemetery
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Wyburn Litchfield Lee finally gets his veteran marker
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A Paradox in the Cemetery
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Trees approved for memorial planting in the cemetery

 
Did you know there are about 40 individual graves still available for purchase in the Main Cemetery? They will accommodate urn burials only and there are white wooden stakes that mark many of those locations with LOT numbers and side designations printed on them, as shown here.

Graves in the Pittsford East Cemetery are so numerous (over 1,000) that they do not have stakes but you can see the locations of available graves on the maps. Click HERE for the maps page and choose #3 from the list.)
 
Please Note: On the maps, "Aavailable-c" indicates there is room for a full Casket burial.   "Aavailable-u" indicates there is only room for Urn burials.  "Aavailable-p" indicates that the grave must be Probed before sale due to conflicting data as to whether there is a burial there or not. Call the cemetery office at (585) 385-5900 Monday thru Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for additional information. The office secretary, Beth Knickerbocker, can also be contacted via email at pitts.cemetery@gmail.com

 

 

developed by Beth Knickerbocker - 2013