Town of Clarendon - 1821

The Town of Clarendon's first settler came in 1810. The name was changed from Farwell Mills to Clarendon in 1821. It is located in the southeast corner of Orleans County and is 6 miles square. There are two hamlets; Clarendon & Manning


Cemeteries



Glidden
Hillside
Holy Cross Catholic
Maplewood
Pettingill aka Manning or Christian
Robinson
Root aka Cook or Munger
Polly aka Locust Hill (Located in Monroe County)

Two of the cemeteries are still active: Hillside (585) 638-6120 & Holy Cross (585) 638-6718


Census Records

1830 / 1850 / 1855 / 1865 / 1875 / 1880 / 1890 / 1892 / 1900 / 1915 / 1930


Town of Clarendon Home Page


Town Clerk

Susan Colby

16385 Church Street
Clarendon, New York 14429
Phone: 585-638-6371
Fax: 585-638-7220
email: TCTC@rochester.rr.com

Hours: Mon & Wed 9 - 4 pm, Thur 12 - 6 pm, Fri 9 - 2 pm, Sat 10 - 12 pm

Vital Statistics records start in 1884


Town Historian

Melissa Ierlan

P.O. Box 145
Clarendon, NY 14429
Phone: 585-638-6371


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