Burial Record Book For North Street Cemetery In Auburn, New York

It appears that either the Sexton or Auburn NY City Government Officials compiled a roster of graves for North Street Cemetery (probably) in the late 1800s or early 1900s.  This hand-written listing of individual graves is the only early, original record of burials for the cemetery believed to exist today.   In 2011, this original cemetery record book resides at the City of Auburn NY Public Works Department at 366 Genesee Street in Auburn NY 13021.  
The front section of this early ledger book provides a listing of individual graves alphabetical by name and the rear half of the book is sequential by section/plot location.

Links To Digital Photos Of Pages From The Official North Street Cemetery Record Book Are In The Table Below As Adobe PDF Files

Book Cover and Pages 1-10 (9.2 MB) Surnames Abbey - Bradley

Pages 11-20 (3.5 MB) Surnames Bratt - Cutting

Pages 21-30 (2.7 MB) Surnames Dady - Gillespie

Pages 31-40 (3.1 MB) Surnames Gillett - Humeston

Pages 41-50 (2.6 MB) Surnames Hummel - Lewis

Pages 51-60 (2.7 MB) Surnames Lewis - Myrick

Pages 61-70 (2.6 MB) Surnames Nagell - Putnam

Pages 71-80 (2.3 MB) Surnames Quaife - Smith

Pages 81-90 (2.6 MB) Surnames Smith - Volentine

Pages 91-100 (2.3 MB) Surnames Wagner - Young

Pages 101-110 (2.5 MB) Section 1, Tier (Rows) 1 thru 10

Pages 111-120 (2.5 MB) Section 1, Tier (Rows) 11 - 17

Pages 121-130 (2.7 MB) Section 1, Tier (Rows) 18 - 25

Pages 131-140 (2.3 MB) Section 1, Tier (Rows) 25 Cont. - 30

Pages 141-150 (2.8 MB) Section 2, Tier (Rows) 1 - 6

Pages 151-160 (2.6 MB) Section 2, Tier (Rows) 6 Cont. - 14

Pages 161-170 (2.8 MB) Section 2, Tier (Rows) 15 - 22

Pages 171-180 (2.7 MB) Section 2, Tier (Rows) 22 - 33

Pages 181-190 (2.7 MB) Section 2, Tier (Rows) 34 - 43

Pages 191-200 (2.7 MB) Section 2, Tier (Rows) 44 - 51 and Section 3, Tier (Row) 1

Pages 201-210 (2.9 MB) Section 3, Tier (Rows) 2 - 12

To view a map (in PDF Format) showing the Tiers (Rows) and Section locations within this cemetery, click HERE

In the mid 1960's a group of local historians and members of the Owasco Chapter of the DAR compiled a 10 volume listing of Cayuga County , NY cemetery records or headstone transcriptions.  The North Street Cemetery portion of this countywide burial roster project was composed in 1964 by Miss Flora Daniells, apparently from both headstone inscriptions and the burial record book for this cemetery.  To view a digitally re-transcribed version of this transcription & burial listing, click HERE.
North Street Cemetery is owned and maintained today by the local government of the City Of Auburn NY - Municipal Public Works Dept. Cemetery Divisions. See their website at: http://auburnny.virtualtownhall.net/Public_Documents/AuburnNY_Cemetery/index
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Bernie Corcoran, Cayuga County Coordinator - NYGenWeb Project

In the Evening Auburnian (Newspaper) for Tuesday January 4th, 1881; there is a brief paragraph regarding the report of standing committees at the meeting of Auburn NY government officials.
Alderman Bell from the committee on burying grounds moved that the city sexton keep the number of interments in North Street Cemetery in the old book of record.  (Motion) Carried
(It is not known if the above cited 1881 newspaper story is referring to the creation of this same cemetery record book)

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