About Historic Dale Cemetery

Dale Cemetery Association was incorporated on January 17, 1851, and the cemetery was dedicated on October 29th of that year. The Association was formed by a group of twelve prominent Ossining residents as a service to the community.

The area of the cemetery covers nearly forty acres and includes the graves of many early residents whose remains were removed to Dale Cemetery from original burial grounds in the area. The Town of Ossining took ownership of the cemetery in 2004.


Veterans & Volunteers
We’re proud of our special sections for U.S. Veterans and Firemen.

Our volunteer associations personally put flags on the graves of all these men and women.
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For more upcoming events and more information about Historic Dale Cemetery, please visit the Ossining Historic Cemeteries Conservancy website.

Online Resources

Office Hours available by appointment and generally open 9am to 12pm. Office is closed on Saturday & Sunday. Please note the Gated Entrance off of Dale Avenue and Marble Place is closed Monday - Friday, but open on weekends and holidays. The grounds are open from dawn to dusk.

Dale Cemetery
104 Havell Street
Ossining, NY 10562
(914) 941-1155
Pete Connolly, Superintendent