In 1862, Lewis Carpenter gave a piece of his land for a cemetery on East Avenue in Marilla.The first lots in this cemetery were sold in 1862. However, the first recorded burial here was for Sarah Jane Kelsey on February 14, 1857. The Maplewood Cemetery Association was incorporated on April 21, 1902. The first president of the Association was Horace Smith. Other presidents included: Clifford Veeder, Gladys and Harry York, and Jeffrey Lewinski. Caretakers of this cemetery have included: Fred Carmichael, Edward Lamb, Vernon Aldrich, Jerry Munn, and James Dombrowski. There are seventeen Civil War, two Spanish American War, eleven World War I, eight World War II, and two Korean War veterans buried here. The Association was disbanded in 2010 and the Town of Marilla is now the administrator and caretaker of this cemetery.