Adams State Road Cemetery Association
Village of Adams, Jefferson County, NY
The Cemetery Today
Historic Adams State Road Cemetery, also known as the Honeyville Cemetery and State Road Cemetery, is located approximately one mile east of Adams Center, New York on US Route 177 and is one of the oldest cemeteries in Jefferson County, New York.
This quaint, rural cemetery is a testament to families and their loved ones. The numerous beautiful gardens, benches, and trees provide an idyllic setting for giving pause, reflection and peace.
Our passion and our mission is to provide a serene resting place which not only touches
the past in a respectful manner, but also provides continuity into the
future for our younger generations. Whether looking for a final resting
place for a loved one or researching your family history, the members of
the association will provide all the necessary
assistance and support.
Lot Prices effective January 1st, 2013
The price for one 4’x 10’ lot on which may be interred one vaulted remains, one vaulted and one inurned remains, or two cremains is $550. There are still many lots available. Remaining in Area C are 125 lots and in Area D 227 lots. If you and your family would like specific sites, you should purchase while there is a selection. In 2007, a Baby Area and an Area set aside for burial of Ashes only were established. Price for a 2 ½’ x 5’ grave space, including foundation, remains unchanged at $250. All other service fees remain the same. There are 28 grave spaces available in the Baby Area and 60 grave spaces available in the Ashes Area. Maps of Areas C, D and Baby and Ashes Areas are posted in our Register Area. For more information and a price sheet, please contact Marilyn Halstead at 315-783-4650 or write to Adams State Road Cemetery Assn., P.O. Box 2, Adams Center, NY 13606
Help Us Preserve History
Thanks to the many volunteers who contribute both their time and energies to keep the cemetery grounds clean and restored. Now we need your financial support to properly restore the gravestones that have been entrusted to our care so that they may continue to exist for future generations. So we ask that you please consider making a donation to our Adopt-A-Monument fund. The Adopt-A-Monument fund will be used exclusively to repair, restore, and conserve the 180 years of history represented by the Adams State Road Cemetery.