The Trustees of Woodlawn Cemetery welcomes you to this hidden jewel in Canandaigua, New York. We hope you will take time to explore the many facets of Woodlawn Cemetery. We welcome your questions and comments and would be pleased by a visit at any time.
The official site of Woodlawn Cemetery in Canandaigua!
For your convenience, here are quick links to interments made from 2010 to current.
The cemetery now accepts major credit cards.
The Canandaigua Cemetery Association is a not for profit organization. All donations are tax deductible. Click on the donations tab on the left or contact the cemetery office to see how you can donate.
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Preplanning is the answer to lowering the cost of burial expenses and it helps to lessen the impact of bereavement on the living. By thinking ahead, you’ll make informed, thoughtful decisions about your burial arrangements. Imagine the peace-of-mind you’ll have knowing it's been taken care of. Our office can assist you in determining what burial options are right for you.
To read more, click on the "Cemetery Preplanning" tab on the left.
Woodlawn Cemetery provides respectful interment services to individuals and families in a unique setting of beauty and calm, and provides education relative to its historic heritage.
Woodlawn Cemetery serves the community as an eternal resting place; commemorating the lives of those interred; conserving, restoring and sustaining the physical attributes, horticultural aspects, buildings and infrastructure of the cemetery; and optimizes the cemetery's potential as a cultural resource through education, preservation and promotion of Woodlawn Cemetery's unique heritage.
Cobblestone Bridge Repairs Complete
One of three cobblestone bridges in the cemetery received a facelift. Years of tough weather conditions has accelerated the deterioration of the mortar holding the cobblestones in place. The cemetery contracted with top-notch mason, Frank Kelly of Rushville, to restore this historic feature to its original glory.
Winter Decorations Only from November 15 - March 15
Restoration Efforts of the 1909 Chapel Continues
Learn about the history of one of Mary Clark Thompson’s legacies. Discover details about the construction of this historic landmark and the progress of the restoration efforts that will revitalize the chapel for community use.
Construction of the chapel (1909/1910)