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Akron Funeral Homes

  • Position within Erie County

    Places

    Akron is also known as: Erie County / Akron village.

    Akron contains: Rich-Twinn Octagon House and United States Post Office.

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    Clarence | Clarence Center | Corfu | Alden | Lockport | Buffalo | East Amherst | Bowmansville | Lancaster | Depew | Williamsville
  • Bill Paxon (politician) was born in Akron.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Bill Paxon (politician), Alex Webster (musician and bassist), Jack Owen (musician and actor), and J. C. Tretter (american football player).

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  • History

    The Village of Akron is located in the Town of Newstead on the west and north slopes of a hill. NY 93 passes through the village. The village was developed after land was purchased from local Native Americans. The site of the village was first settled around 1829, centered around Akron Falls, which provided water power. Akron became an incorporated village in 1849. The village absorbed the community of Fallkirk in its growth. In 1880, the population of Akron was about 1,050. It was then an important cement-producing center, due to local deposits of gypsum. Besides production of cement, the village also produced cigars. Akron is located at 43°1′10″N 78°29′41″W / 43. 01944°N 78. 49472°W / 43. 01944; -78. 49472 (43. 019309, -78. 494644). The village is northeast of Buffalo. According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 2. 0 square miles (5. 2 km), all land. Akron is adjacent to the Tonawanda Reservation of the Seneca, but most of the...

    There are currently 3 funeral home listings for the city of Akron, New York.

All Funeral Homes in Akron
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Bernhardt Funeral Home
130 Main St Send flowers
Akron, NY 14001


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Childs Funeral Home
10 Eckerson Ave Send flowers
Akron, NY 14001


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J Leonard Mc Andrew Funeral Hm
32 John St Send flowers
Akron, NY 14001