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Bronxville Cemetery
Westchester County
New York  USA

Cemetery notes and/or description:
The Bronxville Cemetery has been a final resting place for hundreds of village families for more than a century.
The cemetery is tucked into 1.8 acres behind Bronxville Village Hall, bounded by the Department of Public Works truck depot on Palumbo Place, Midland Avenue, and Alden Place. No sign indicates the location, and the cemetery is reached only by a driveway adjacent to a two-story frame house occupied by the manager, Dr. David A. Weir, and his wife, Dr. Bonnie E. Weir, the third generation of caretakers.
The cemetery was moved to Bronxville in 1852 from Manhattan by the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (Covenanter Synod). Although the cemetery is non-denominational, applications must be reviewed by the church.
 
The cemetery's history was written by Dr. David Weir in Building a Suburban Village, the history published for Bronxville's centennial in 1998.
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