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Onondaga County
New York

Politicians who died in Onondaga County

  Clay: Nathan Soule, 1860
  Elbridge: James Munroe, 1869
  Fayetteville: Martin T. Manton, 1946
  Geddes (now part of Syracuse): James Geddes, 1838 — James M. Hanley, 2003
  Jordan: Alonzo Case, 1864 — Luther Badger, 1869
  Manlius: William Taylor, 1865
  Near Marcellus: Reuben Humphrey, 1831
  Mottville: Nehemiah Hezekiah Earll, 1872
  Onondaga Valley: George Hall, 1840
  Pompey: Victory Birdseye, 1853
  Skaneateles: Freeborn G. Jewett, 1858 — William Marvin, 1902
  Syracuse, 1800-1899: Jonas Earll, Jr., 1846 — Daniel Gott, 1864 — Amos P. Granger, 1866 — William J. Hough, 1869 — Horace Wheaton, 1882 — Allen Munroe, 1884 — Dennis McCarthy, 1886 — Elias W. Leavenworth, 1887 — Charles Allen Perkins, 1892 — Thomas G. Alvord, 1897
  Syracuse, 1900-1999: Theodore L. Poole, 1900 — James J. Belden, 1904 — Frank Hiscock, 1914 — Frederick R. Hazard, 1917 — Charles Andrews, 1918 — Francis Hendricks, 1920 — Irving G. Vann, 1921 — Jonathan Wyckoff, 1921 — Milton De Lano, 1922 — Edward Russell Kellogg, 1923 — Walter W. Magee, 1927 — Michael E. Driscoll, 1929 — John R. Clancy, 1932 — William M. Ross, 1934 — John J. Burns, 1936 — Richard B. Smith, 1937 — Louis B. Ward, 1942 — Samuel E. Jones, 1945 — Frank H. Hiscock, 1946 — Richard P. Byrne, 1958 — Kenneth H. Fake, 1963 — H. Edmund Machold, 1967 — George M. Haight, 1967 — Robert P. Marren, 1990 — Lee Alexander, 1996
  Syracuse, 2000-2021: John H. Terry, 2001 — Howard G. Munson, 2008 — Neal P. McCurn, 2014
  Taunton: William S. Andrews, 1936
   See also New York deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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