Located at the intersection of Dunbar Road and North Avenue, Rt 258, in Hilton, New York.
This early pioneer cemetery first served Old Unionville (Hilton) and North Parma (Bartletts Corners) the two settlements in the North part of the Town of Parma.
The first internment on record is that of Lucy Cheney in 1811 and the last was around 1900. Other notable internments include that of Nero Vond, former slave, and his family; Elihu and Clarissa Cross 1811 settlers; Henry Smith and his 3 wives; also the William Henry (Revolutionary War Veteran) and his family.
The Parma Hilton Historical Society restored this cemetery in 2011 through local donations and fundraising.