Corinth Rural Cemetery
Village of Corinth, Town of Corinth, Saratoga Co., NY

The Corinth Rural Cemetery, in the Village of Corinth, is situated south of the railroad tracks and east of Saratoga Avenue (Route 9N, which runs from Saratoga Springs to Corinth). There are three sections of the cemetery. Section #1 borders on Saratoga Avenue and is separated from Section #2, toward the east, by Veteran's Circle (VC). Section #3 lies north of Section #1 along the railroad track and is sometimes referred to as the "Main Street" (MS) Section since burials here were reinterred from the old Jessups Landing Cemetery on Main Street, in 1897. The location of the cemetery is shown on this section of the Corinth Quadrangle of the USGS Topographic maps for New York State.

This database was prepared as a community service project by Mr. James Carpenter of Corinth, NY for his Eagle Scout badge. Section #2 was recorded by James and fellow Scouts in the fall of 1997. James recorded the monuments and graves in Section #3 and also entered into the database, the list of burials, recorded by Wilbur Clothier in 1995, for Sections A, B, C, and D of Section #1. Some dates missing on the monuments and markers have been filled in by the Cemetery Treasurer, Arthur Eggleston.

Heritage Hunters thanks James Carpenter for granting permission to publish this adaptation of his Corinth Rural Cemetery Records on the SaratogaNYGenWeb Page, and also thanks Fletcher Blanchard who modified the database and converted it to a web page. The information contained herein is presented "as is" since at the present time we do not have a contact person for the Corinth Rural Cemetery.
To report problems about the general appearance of these pages, contact Heritage Hunters volunteer Lynn Calvin, site coordinator.


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