Welcome to the Parma Union Cemetery Website.

Located in the center of the Town of Parma on the north side of East Parma Center Road. Parma Union Cemetery was incorporated in 1852 as the official town cemetery. Some early burials from family cemeteries in the community and from the six smaller Parma cemeteries were moved there in the early years of its operation so all family members could be together in one plot. The cemetery has been enlarged several times and is actively used at the present time for Parma and Hilton residents as well as for families from the surrounding area. It is a great resource for individuals wanting to perform genealogical research to locate their Parma ancestors. Records have been carefully kept and the cemetery is very well maintained. ~ Parma Hilton Historical Society

Visiting this site you will be able to…

  • Read the history behind the cemetery.
  • Find out who the cemetery trustees are.
  • View and download the cemetery rules and regulations
  • Browse through photos of the cemetery and photos of individual Headstones .
  • Access the on going cemetery database.
  • And much more!!!!

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This website is made possible by the generosity of Thomas E. Burger, Cemetery Historical Advisor- Tom has spent a great deal of time and his own funds to make this site possible, he has compiled years of cemetery information and has made that information available to the public. This is a solo project by Tom, there is no cemetery involvement or funds involved. Thank you for your interest.

If you would like to make a donation to help with the cost of keeping this website available and up to date. Please mail your donations to: Thomas E Burger, P.O. Box 745, Hilton, NY 14468. Please put in the memo section of your check or money order: WEBSITE DONATION. Thank you for your support.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding this website or if you have any information that you would like to share.

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