A MEMORIAL
Records of early burial places on the farms in the town of Guilderland, N.Y. and surrounding towns
Compiled by WILLIAM A. BRINKMAN, HISTORIAN
Town of Guilderland, Altamont NY RD1, 1940.

Location Index
Name Index

On the Dunn farm at Dunnsville (now Lloyd Gray) about 1000 feet southwest of the house, enclosed by an iron fence.
John Dunn, died 1809 aged 35 years
James Dunn, Jr. died 1813 aged 43 years
Richard G. Dunn, son of John, died 1822 aged 20 years
James Dunn, son of Christopher, died 1829 aged 33 years
Christopher Dunn, died 1830 aged 67 years
Abigail, wife of John Gaskin, died 1825 aged 36 years

On the farm of the late Peter J. Ogsbury, about 1200 feet southeast of the house where formerly stood the old Miller house in 1811. Laney Miller and other Miller's are buried here. No stones are visible now.

On the Dunnsville Hotel property, 250 feet west of the hotel, on the bank of the "Wilde Hause Kill" about 15 stones were standing in 1875. The following are known to have been buried here.
John E. Winne, tavern keeper, died 1823
Nicholas Sharp (son of Bartholomay and Margaret Sharp) died October 16, 1809, aged 15 years, 1 month and 7 days
An infant daughter of Andrew Scrafford and Lany Lainhart

On the old Wagner farm of 1760, one half mile south of Dunnsville, 100 feet west of the Dunnsville-Altamont road enclosed by a stone wall. This plot is full of graves. Twenty-five stones are visible.
Michael Wagner and wife, Susannah Catharine
George Wagner, died about 1816. A Lieutenant in War of Revolution.
Susannah Man, his wife
Peter Wagner, died June 20, 1861 aged 89 years, 1 month and 11 days
Tabitha Walker, first wife
Hannah Walker, second wife died February 22, 1854 aged 75 years, 3 months and 13 days.
George P. Wagner, died March 4, 1848 aged 46 years, 5 months and 15 days
Elizabeth Winne, wife, died August 28, 1867 aged 65 years, 2 months and 14 days
Elizabeth Wagner, daughter of George P. died 1857 aged 21 years
Amanda Wagner, daughter of George P. died 1859 aged 32 years
John Wagner, born 1750 died 1808, a Sergeant in War of Revolution
Elizabeth Smith, his wife, born 1750 died 1831
Dr. Lewis H. Donias
Susan Wagner, his wife
Jane Ann Johnson, a daughter of Dr. Johnathan Johnson
A child of William Hotaling

On the original Ward farm, late owned by Dr. D.H. Cook, on the road from Dunnsville to Altamont and 125 feet west of the barn. Most of the seventeen stones are of the common field type.
William Ward, died April 12, 1825 aged 84 years. A soldier in Revolution
Elizabeth Wagner, wife, died December 27, 1813 aged 57 years
Nellie Ward died March 27, 1842 aged 57 years, 11 months and 7 days
Elizabeth Ward (daughter of William) died 1850 aged 2 years
Maria M. VanWormer, died 1831 aged 1 month
John S. VanWormer, died 1834 aged 1 year
Eleven other graves are here without inscriptions.

On the old Van Valkenburgh farm, late Peter Walker, about 1200 feet west of the house, 15 stones are visible.
John VanValkenburgh, died 1816. A soldier of the Revolution
Elizabeth Feek, his wife
Joachim VanValkenburgh, died October 10, 1852 aged 70 years, 8 months and 4 days
Rebecca McMichael, his wife, died February 5, 1861 aged 75 years and 11 days
Rebecca VanValkenburgh, daughter of Alexander died 1843 aged 4 years
Jane Livingston, wife of Philip, died March 21, 1836 aged 32 years, 4 months and 19 days
Sarah Clay (wife of Abram Coss) died 1846 aged 54 years
A child of Abram Dyer

On the original Scrafford farm on Settles Hill, late owned by George Bond, 200 feet east of the house, contains 19 common field stones with no inscriptions besides the following:
Charles Scrafford, died February 18, 1813 aged 83 years
Mary Spideler, his wife, died April 3, 1795 aged 73 years
George Scrafford, died January 11, 1840 aged 81 years. A Sergeant in War of Revolution
Eve Rosanna Kaley, his wife died November 13, 1836 aged 75 years
George G. Scrafford, died 1814 aged 22 years
Jacob Scrafford, died 1813 aged 18 years
Lawrence Scrafford, died about 1870
Catharine Bearup, his wifo, died 1823 aged 29 years
Catharine VanAernam, his wife, died 1850 aged 49 years
George G. Scrafford (son of William) died 1822 aged 4 years
Ann Eliza Scrafford (wife of George I.) died 1854 aged 27 yours
Catharine E. Scrafford, died 1829 aged 2 years, daughter of Lawrence
Mary Ann Scrafford, died 1818 aged 3 months, daughter of Lawrence

On the old Isaac J. VanAernam farm, Settles Hill, now John Richard farm, 700 feet northeast of the barn are thirty gravestones. Five of' them are inscribed as follows:
Isaac J. VanAernam, born August 7, 1745 died February 23, 1829. A Lieutenant in the Revolution
Catharine VanWie, his wife born July 5, 1749, died March 5, 1824 aged 74 years
Their child died 1793 aged 1 year and 1 month
Their child died 1783 aged -------?
J. S. No dates on this stone
Evert VanAernam, born October 6, 1762 died about 1846, son of Captain Jacob
Helena Vrooman, his wife, born 1766 died about 1837
Jacob E. Van.Aernam (son of above Evert) born 1793 died about 1855

On the old Vine farm now Charles P. Crounse, 300 feet northeast of the house, and 10 feet east of the road.
John Vine, died March 26, 1813 aged 66 years, a soldier of the Revolution
Elizabeth Bell, his wife, died November 8, 1818 aged 65 years

On the William H. Furbeck farm on Settles Hill, and about 80 feet north of the house are 5 gravestones as follows:
Hannah Gray, wife of Charles Scrafford, died 1830 aged 50 years
Sally Scrafford, daughter of Charles died 1838 aged 20 years
William James Nickels, son of William and Eve, died 1831 aged 1 year

On the John E. Young farm on Settles Hill, about 400 feet south of the house, on the south side of the road, in a corner of a stone wall are four headstones with no inscriptions. The Reelman's are buried here. They lived there in 1818.

On the old Brewer farm, late Elmer Crounse, about 10 feet west of the barn in the orchard, about 15 people are buried.
James Brewer and wife are buried here
Jonathan Becker and wife

On the original Kaley farm, now William W. Pangburn, about 100 feet west of the barn on a knoll about 20 people are buried. Twelve stones can be seen. The others have none.
Christian Kaley, Sr. died May 11, 1816
Margaret Wykesser, wife, died September 16, 1810
Christian Kaley, Jr., died September 28, 1851 aged 88 years
Margaret Lainhart, wife, died ------
John Kaley, died July 10, 1832 aged 40 years, 9 months and 1 day
Lizzie Kaley, daughter of Henry, died 1877 aged 6 years
Susan Kaloy, sister of Christian, Jr., died December 27, 1851 aged 92 years
Some by the name of Boutenhouse are buried here.

On the old Mesick farm now Clarence Martin about 250 feet southwest of the house are six gravestones.
Maria Mesick, wife of Thomas Mesick died July 9, 1805 aged 57 years

On the Lavinia VanWormer farm five feet east of the north and south fence line and fifty feet south of the road to Settles Hill are four stones.
Philip Simmons, died December 29, 1825 aged 74 years, 10 months and 18 days

On the old Vanderpool farm late Charles Bassler, Settles Hill. About 400 feet east of the house is a plot about 100 feet square enclosed by a stone wall are twenty-four gravestones of which fourteen are common field stones.
1783 I.C.
1787 AAN G.E. DEN 8 No B.
1798 E.M. MY+24
John M. Vanderpool died January 26, 1843 aged 88 years. A soldier in the Revolution.
Isabell Douglas, his wife, died. 1831 aged 78 years
Harriet Johnson, born December 29, 1795, died February 15, 1828. Wife of William Vanderpool
Garret Gray, died March 3, 1836 aged 52 years
Margaret Vanderpool, wife, died 1849 aged 62 years
Robert S. Gray, died July 27, 1835 aged 29 years
Isabel Gray, daughter of Garret, died 1813 aged 4 years
Rev. Conrad Oliver, died 1878 aged 68 years
Catharine Gray, wife, died 1890 aged 74 years
Stephen Oliver, son, died 1854 aged 8 days
Garret Oliver, son, died 1846 aged 39 days

On the A. F. Pangburn farm, now William Brehm, Dunnsville, about 100 feet south of the line fence between Brehm and Herman Gray, on a little knoll.
Francis Baird, died ----------- A soldier in the War of the Revolution.
Christina Kersenaar, died -----

On the old Grote farm Altamont, now Dr. D.W. Sweeney, about 400 feet north of the house are thirteen stones.
Simon Grote, died September 10, 1848 aged 67 years and 11 months
Maria VanValkenburgh, wife, died July 11, 1837 aged 52 years

On the old Pangburn farm, Parkers Corners, late Norton Hallenbeck, about 500 feet southeast of the church, on the south side of the road are twenty stones and there seems to be more graves without markers.
William Pangburn, October 20, 1838 aged 76 years. A soldier in the Revolution
Anna Badgley, wife, died April 9, 1843, aged 69 years and 2 days
William W. Pangburn, son, died 1837 aged 36 years, 6 months and 6 days
Juliet Milbank, daughter of James, died 1856 aged 14 days
Malinda Quackenbush, daughter of Peter, died 1852 aged 4 years
Teunis Slingerland, died 1852 aged 77 years
Helen VanWie, wife died 1849 aged 67 years
Douw T. Slingerland, died 1852 aged 41 years
Mary Ann Slingerland, wife, died 1843 aged 29 years
Peter, son of Douw T. died 1857 aged 17 years
Helen, daughter of Douw T. died 1849 aged 10 years

On the old Weaver farm on the old Kings highway, a mile north of Fullers, N.Y. late John Livingston, about 300 feet west of the house in a corner of the fence, north side of the road.
Victor Hover, died 1904 aged 75 years
Magaret Weaver wife, died ----------
Leona Weaver, wife, died ------------
Sally Weaver, died ------------------
It is probably some earlier Weavers are buried here. There are no stones.

On the old Shell farm, now Abram Miller on the old Kings highway, a mile east of Parkers Corners on the South side of the road 500 feet southwest of the barn on a knoll are three white stones and seven field stones.
G.S. A. P. 12 died 1807 aged -----------
George Shell, died 1884 aged 74 years
Mary Ogsbury, wife, died 1895 aged 78 years
Maria Shell, daughter of George, died 1851 10 years
George H. Shell, died 1855 aged 3 years

On the old Veeder farm, late Herman Gray, about 1000 feet southwest of the house and 150 feet west of a ravine, close to where stood the old house. The writer saw stones there many years ago. It is being worked over now.
John Lainhart, died May 16, 1819

On the Abraham Moore farm on the north side of the Great Western turnpike, onehalf mile west of Fullers, N.Y. about 600 feet northeast of the old house well, two field stones are visible.
Nicholas Beyer is buried here. He came from Ehrfurt, Germany
Mrs. Beyer, his wife

On the Colonel Abraham Wemple farm, now the Watervliet Reservoir, about 300 feet northwest of where the old brick house of 1760 stood and on the north bank of the Normanskill Creek by a hickory tree are two field stones.
Col. Abraham Wemple, died 1799 aged 71 years. A Colonel in War of the Revolution.
Antje VanDenburgh, his wife
Another burial plot on this farm is about 1000 feet east of where the brick house stood and at the foot of the highland owned by Johannes Vrooman at his death in 1785. The deed to this place says:
Adam Vrooman and wife were buried here prior to 1801.

On the old Showdy farm, now Millard Cowan at Knowersville, 150 feet north of the house, 12 stones were visible.
Margaret A., widow Berkle (now Barkley) from Wittenberg, Germany, died 1797 aged 97 years
E.L.B. (erkle) died 1791 aged --------?
Michael Barckley, died 1839 aged 80 years. A soldier in the Revolution
Gertrude Barckley, wife, died March 19, 1850 aged 81 years, 11 months
Daniel C. Showdy, died 1839 aged 1 month

On the Captain Jacob VanAernam farm of 1760, now Oakley Crounse, and adjacent to the south side of the D and H railroad tracks enclosed by an iron fence, are nineteen stones.
Capt. Jacob VanAernam, died May 5, 1813 aged 80 years. A Captain in the Revolution
Catharine Banker, his wife, died February 15, 1805 aged 70 years
Hester VanAernam, wife of C.H. Haldron, died 1835 aged 65 years
Thomas VanAernam, died 1858 aged 84 years
John VanAernam, died 1831 aged 72 years. A soldier in the Revolution
Mary Vrooman, his wife, died 1852 aged 88 years
Nancy VanAernam, wife of Richard Waldron, died 1849 aged 72 years
VanVechten VanAernam, son of Thomas, died 1843 aged 1 year
Sanford VanAernam, son of Thomas, died 1853 aged 5 years
Nellie VanAernam, daughter of Thomas, died 1847 aged 2 years
Abram VanAernam, son of Jacob, died 1840 aged 1 year
Thomas VanAernam, son of Jacob, died 1841 aged 4 years
Catharine VanAernam, died 1872 aged 53 years
N.V.A. died 1773 aged 9 years
W.V.A.
Nellie M. VanAernam, died 1872 aged 53 years

On the old Andrew Keenholts farm, now John Severson, in Altamont, 150 feet northwest of the barn are seven stones.
Andrew Keenholts, died 1854 aged 58 years
Mary Keenholts, wife, died 1856 aged 57 years
Christopher Keenholts, son, died 1851 aged 18 years
Christopher Keenholts, son, stone sunken in ground
Elizabeth Keenholts, died 1866 aged 33 years
Mary Keenholts, died 1888 aged 61 years

On the Adam Westfall farm, Settles Hill, about 300 feet south of the house, a little east of the road, eight stones are visible.
Peter Westfall, died 1825 aged 85 years. A soldier in the Revolution.
Sophia VanAuken, wife, died 1826 aged 78 years
Sophia Westfall, daughter, died 1832 aged 49 years
John Westfall, died 1857 aged 78 years
Mary Warner, wife, died 1854 aged 73 years
Levi Westfall, son of John, died 1822 aged 6 years
Maria VanAernam, died 1832 aged 7 years, daughter of Henry VanAernam and wife Helen.

On the old VanAuken farm, now Walter Petrie, on the south bank of the Bozen Kill Creek and 600 feet east of the house on the west side of a stone wall fence. Eleven stones are visible.
Henry VanAuken, died September 1, 1825 aged 70 years. Born February 28, 1755. A soldier in the War of the Revolution.
Maria VanAuken, wife, died September 18, 1812, born August 14, 1752
Caleb Truax, died September, 13, 1808, born November 9, 1747. A soldier in the Revolution.
Jane Ann VanAuken, a daughter of Henry S. died 1848 aged 3 years
James VanAuken, a son of Henry S. died 1848 aged 5 years
Levi VanAuken, born November 30, 1756, died about 1830. A Lieutenant in the Revolution.
Elizabeth Terpening, wife of Levi, died -------- ?

On the old Severson farm of 1760, now George H. Brandel, about 100 feet east the house at Altamont are forty-five stones visible and other graves with no markers.
Nicholas Severson, died 1845 aged 75 years
Elizabeth Severson, wife, died 1794 aged 24 years
Sarah Severson, wife, died 1852 aged 70 years
George Severson, died 1813 aged 47 years
Margaret Mann, wife, died 1801, aged 34 years
Frederick Severson, died 1838 aged 70 years
John N. Severson, died 1871 aged 79 years
Martha Deforest, wife, died 1878 aged 83 years
Elizabeth Severson, daughter of John N. died 1830 aged 16 years
Christina Severson, daughter of John N. died 1840 aged 13 years
Elizabeth Severson, daughter of John N. died 1841 aged 10 years
Philip J. Severson, died 1843 aged 27 years
Nicholas Severson, died April 8, 1872 aged 53 years
John J. Van Aernam, died April 29, 1814 aged 84 years, 2 months and 29 days. An Ensign in War of the Revolution.
Gitty Severson, wife, died June 5, 1822 aged 90 years, 2 months, 11 days
George VanAernam, died 1827 aged 61 years
Henrietta Crounse, daughter of Jacob, died 1836 aged 4 years
John H. Livingston, son of James, died 1850 aged 16 months
Elizabeth Snyder, wife of W.Snyder, died 1796 aged 77 years
I. Kidnie 1772
I V Aosp A+P 16-1781
I V S SOBII 1771
E.M.1768 10 A G
Hero 4S Wever did June 26, 1785 aged 75 years
I B D Mo 25 A. 22Ye 1778
A P 24, 1778 M.W. 60
OTB 21, 1775 C+S

On the old Gray farm, on Settles Hill, late Emmett Gray farm about 150 feet east of the house. Twelve stones are enclosed by a stone wall fence.
Robert Gray, died December 11, 1834 aged 88 years. A soldier in the Revolution from N.J.
Susannah Lagrange, wife, died February 26, 1838 aged 83 years
Robert E. Gray, died June 8, 1838 aged 29 years
Phoeba Ann Gray, daughter of Robert, died October 3, 1833 aged 2 years, 11 months and 18 days
Sarah Ann Gray, daughter of Robert, died February 16, 1851 aged 16 years, 7 months and 20 days
Elizabeth Gray, daughter Elias and Sarah Osterman, died September 12, 1826 aged 15 years, 6 months and 1 day
Caty Ann Gray, daughter Elias and Sarah Osterman, died May 23, 1825 aged 3 years and 2 days
Peter Gray, died August 13, 1846 aged 32 years
Sarah Gray, daughter of Christian Gray and Barbara Ostrander died April 25, 1845 aged 4 years
Christian Osterman, died March 5, 1839 aged 86 years. A soldier in the Revolution.
Elizabeth Osterman, wife, died January 19, 1342 aged 86 years

On the old Conrad Chism farm, now the Watervliet Reservoir, near the edge of the water on a little knoll, on the flat land east of the house of Harry Jeffers. Three stones are standing. More are buried here.
Henry Shaver, died 1850 aged 92 years. An Ensign in War of Revolution.
Alida Bradt, wife, died 1831 aged 74 years
Catharine E. Chism, wife of Conrad Chism, died 1851 aged 67 years

On the original Sharp farm, now Walter A. Sharp on the north side of Western Turnpike about 400 feet east of the barn, partly enclosed by an iron fence.
Gilbert Sharp, died 1837 aged 86 years. A soldier in the Revolution.
Hannah Sharp, wife, died 1848 aged 86 years.
Andrew Sharp, died 1853 aged 75 years
Gitty Weaver, wife, died 1852 aged 73 years
John Sharp, son of Andrew, died 1816 aged 4 years
Peter A. Sharp, died 1902 aged 82 years
Margaret Vrooman, wife, died 1906 aged 66 years
Andrew Sharp, son of Peter A. died 1861 aged 1 year
Hezekiah Sharp, died 1841 aged 45 years
Sarah VanLoan, wife, died 1875 aged 80 years
Gilbert Sharp, died 1880 aged 78 years
Maria VanAernam, wife, died 1891 aged 82 years
Their two small children

On the late Charles Schoolcraft farm, about 150 feet northwest of the house against a side hill are seven stones.
John Ward, died October 26, 1848 aged 69 years and 28 days
Frederick Ward, died -----------
Magdalene Ward McDonald, wife of Alex McDonald, died 1851 aged 39 years
Frederick McDonald, died March 11, 1842. Son of Alexander

On the original Lainhart, now Charles S. Lainhart, ninety-three yards north of the barn and twenty-six yards west of the road, enclosed by a stone wall fence are:
Michael Lainhart, died 1796 by the fall of a tree. Aged 66 years
Mary Woestor, wife, died May 7, 1809 aged --------- ?
Simeon Lainhart, died April 3, 1845 aged 77 years
Margaret Auchempaugh, wife, died ----------
Rebecca Kaley, second wife, died August 4, 1842 aged 65 years
George Lainhart, son of Simeon, died 1851 aged 38 years
An infant brother of Simeon Lainhart
An infant sister of Simeon Lainhart
Henry S. Lainhart, died 1875 aged 74 years
Maria Ward, first wife, May 22, 1838 aged 27 years
Mary A. Fredendall, second wife, died 1890 aged 75 years
Infant son of Henry S. Lainhart
Anna Dollar, wife of George Lainhart, died May 8, 1839 aged 23 years
Infant son of George Lainhart
John Lainhart, son of Simeon, died 1793 aged 23 days
Infant daughter of Elisha Crounse
Infant son of Frank Rau
Benjamin Lee, died March 7, 1790. A soldier of the Revolution from Mass.
Colored people are buried in the southeast corner of the plot.

On the old Featherly farm, now Max Besser, about 300 foot southvvest of the house across the Black Creek there were nine stones in 1914. Now none are standing.
Lucinda, wife of Captain Henry V. Combs, died 1811 aged 28 years. This stone erected by her brother, Josiah Wilson.
Margaret Fetterly, BOR Ano 1730 DEd Ano 1793
I.F. 1773 G B D 19 J N U
Six other field stone markers were lying about here in 1914.

On the Kelly Scrafford, on Settles Hill about 400 feet northeast of the house, are:
Mark Sitterly, died 1878 aged 84 years
Rebecca Van Patten, wife, died 1869 aged 70 years
Margaret, wife of Fred Sitterly, died 1860 aged 42 years
Marks, son of' Fred Sitterly, died 1860 aged 13 years
Jane VanPatten died 1870 aged 64 years (Wife of John VanPatten)

On the John Z. Smith farm south of French’s Hollow bridge.
Henry Smith, died 1836 aged 78 years
Mary Strevell, wife, died 1805 aged 44 years
Henry Smith, died 1878 aged 95 years. A brother of Jonas
Patience Smith, wife, died 1867 aged 78 years
1 stone marked P.S.
Bridget White, wife of Henry White, died 1892 aged 57 years
Isaac J. White, a son of Henry White, died 1874 aged 10 years
Phillis White, a daughter of Henry White, died 1874 aged 14 years

On the farm of H. Wilson Crounse, formerly Frederick farm, about 100 feet southwest of the house are eight stones.
Mathias Frederick, died May 18, 1839 aged 84 years, 8 months and 11 days. A soldier in the Revolution.
Some slaves are buried here.

On the old Becker farm, now Ivan Cornwell, on the north bank of the Bozen Kill Creek on the hill against a stone wall fence, at the end of the old bridge.
Peter Becker, A headstone - no inscription.
His wife, A headstone - no inscription.
A son, Jonathan, A headstone - no inscription.

On the original Crounse farm late Leonard Crounse, 100 feet west of the house near a stone wall six stones are visible.
F.C. Di April 9, 1777 aged 63 years (Frederick Crounse, the emigrant)
E.C. Di April 4, 1796 aged 80 years. (Wife of Frederick)
Frederick Crounse died April 16, 1828 aged 81 years, 5 months and 2 days. He was an Ensign in the Revolution.
Anna Barbara Weber, wife, born December 13, 1746 died March 6, 1825
Frederick Crounse, died August 22, 1847 aged 78 years, 7 months and 10 days
100 feet south of this plot is a plot containing colored people, five stones are still visible. Also about 500 feet north of the house on the east side of a fence are six stones. This is the burial place of John Crounse, the son of Frederick, the soldier.
John Crounse, died March 23, 1854 aged 85 years.
Elizabeth Livingston, wife, born December 13, 1767 died April 16, 1831 aged 63 years, 4 months and 3 days
Elizabeth Keenholts, second wife, died April 24, 1840 aged 67 years
Anna Barbara Crounse, daughter of Peter, died 1832 aged 4 years
James Augustus Crounse, died 1831 aged 1 year
Elizabeth Augusta Crounse, daughter of Conrad J. died 1835 aged 7 months

On the old Livingston farm at the foot of the Indian Ladder, late Jacob A. Relyea, 300 foot east of the barn in the corner of a stone wall fence.
Peter J. Livingston, died 1838 aged 69 years
Eve Livingston, wife, died 1830 aged 55 years
Peter Livingston, son, died 1824 aged 14 years

On the old Henry VanAernam farm, late Seward Crounse, southeast of Altamont, about 200 feet southeast of the house and on the west side of the road.
Henry VanAernam, died 1836 aged 70 years
Jane Waldron, wife, died 1862 aged 85 years
John H. VanAernam, son, died 1833 aged 22 years
Cornelius VanAernam, son, died 1836 aged 23 years
Henry W. VanAernam, son, died 1837 aged 32 years
William H. Van Aernam, son, died 1843 aged 28 years
An infant VanAernam son

On the original Ogsbury farm, one mile south of Guilderland Center, late the Whitbeck farm, about 400 feet northwest of the barn are fourteen stones.
David Ogsbury, died 1800 aged about 70 years
Elizabeth Ogsbury, died 1793 aged 60 years
David Ogsbury, died 1836 aged 75 years. A soldier in War of Revolution.
Nancy Apple, wife, died 1849 aged 80 years.
Peter Ogsbury, died 1842 aged 44 years
P E 1734, E O B DID 24 ABR 1793

On the old John Howard farm, late Gardner C. Leonard, near the LaSalle institute, Altamont, on a knoll at the left of the stone house is the Howard burial plot.
Robert Hurst Howard, died 1852 aged 71 years
In the rear of the house is the slave burial plot where eight stones are standing.

On the old Peter Lagrange farm, late Thomas Gillespie about 600 feet southwest of the house near the fence. The stones are laid one foot under the ground on the graves.
Peter D. Lagrange died 1824 aged -------
Judith Maas Bloomendall, wife, died -------
Others of the family are here.

On the farm of Frederick C. VanWormer, formerly about 450 feet northeast of the house, are nine stones. Five of them are graves of children.
William Hungerford, died 1849 aged 25 years

On the old Siver farm now Peter Livingston, 500 feet west of the house on the north side of the road are some field stones.
Jeremiah Reed, son of Jeremiah and Mary Reed, aged 20 years

IN THE TOWN OF GUILDERLAND

On the old Ostrander farm near the Cobblestone school house, these graves are under the woodpile close to the house. Here are buried the early members of the early Ostrander family of the town of Guilderland. The gravestones have been laid on the graves about a foot underground.

On the Henry S. Gilbert farm, (William Pangburn farm prior to 1830). On the Kings highway one fourth mile north of Fullers, N.Y. close to the rear of the house. These burials were probably made before 1830. In December 1936, the present owner Frank Polak, while digging a drain in the rear of the house opened two graves exposing well preserved skulls and bones.

On the old VanHeusen farm southeast of Guilderland Center, at the fork of the road, and back of the barn east of the road, enclosed by a fence are stones with inscriptions as follows:
Jonas Smith, died June 18, 1857 aged 98 years. A soldier in the Revolution
Lucinda Smith, his wife, died November 17, 1820 aged 41 years, 4 months
Catharine Smith, his second wife, died March 22, 1853 aged 75 years
Hannah Beebe, daughter of Thomas and Anna Beebe, died March 29, 1833 aged 7 years and 15 days
Mary Beebe, daughter of Thomas and Anna Beebe, died November 13, 1835 aged 1 year, 8 months and 15 days
Jane, wife of Elisha Parker, died July 13, 1874 aged 64 years
John P. Relyea, born February 4, 1817, died April 20, 1898
Lucretia Smith, his wife, born May 25, 1818, died February 20, 1907
Peter D. Relyea, born 1842, died 1914

On the old Myndert Lagrange farm southeast of Guilderland Center.
Myndert Lagrange, died September 12, 1777 aged 34 years. A soldier in the Revolution
James M. Lagrange, died July 25, 1825, aged 48 years
Hester VanDerzee, wife, died January 1, 1862 aged 79 years
Myndert Lagrange died -------------
Julia Lagrange, died -------------- Daughter of Andrew

On the old VanHeusen farm near the Wormer School house about 600 feet northwest of the house, four white stones are standing and five graves with no markers. Those inscribed are as follows:
Albert VanHeusen, died, January 28, 1843 aged 74 years, 2 months, 17 days
Lucretia VanHeusen, wife, died March 1, 1848 aged 73 years, 5 months and 21 days
Maria, daughter of John and Rachel VanHeusen, died January 3, 1839 aged 15 years, 10 months and 4 days
Hannah, daughter of John and Rachel VanHeusen, died September 7, 1842 aged 3 years, 11 months and 19 days

On the old Veeder farm, now known as the old Nott Homestead southeast of Guilderland near the Normanskill Creek.
Reynier Veeder, son of Volkert and Susanna Veeder, died 1, 1796 aged 26 years, 3 months and 17 days
Margaret Veeder, daughter of Volkert and Susanna Veeder, died September 13, 1796 aged 8 years, 4 months and 9
Peter Veeder, died July 28, 1810 aged 34 years, 4 months and 16 days
Gertrude Veeder, died March 2, 1824 aged 15 years, 7 months and 7 days Daughter of Peter
EIlen Bullock, wife of Peter Veeder, died September 3, 1851 aged 71 years, 2 months and 7 days
An infant daughter of Ellen and Andrew Wilkins died June 29, 1841 aged 1 month and 26 days

On the old Relyea farm, north of Voorheesville.
Levi Relyea, died November 14, 1842 aged 68 years, 11 months and 17 days
Elizabeth Beebe, wife, died January 16, 1816 aged 41 years, 10 months and 13 days
Daniel Relyea, died July 31, 1861 aged 59 years
Lucretia VanHeusen, wife, died February 16, 1871 aged 65 years, 5 months
Albert Relyea, son, died April 11, 1842 aged 17 years
Lucretia Relyea, daughter, died April 19, 1866 aged 28 years, 8 months and 17 days
Jane Maria Relyea, daughter of Myndert, died February 21, 1813

On the old Hallenbeck farm, near Cobblestone School and a few yards southwest of the house.
Nicholas Hallenbeck, died September 5, 1850 aged 74 years, 10 months and 22 days
Catharine Winne, wife, died February 13, 1841 aged 61 years, 10 months and 16 days
Peter W. Hallenbeck, died April 23, 1842 aged, 29 years, 10 months

On the old George F. Crounse farm a mile south of Altamont on the private road to the house on the left side of this road about 500 feet from the house are the following graves and probably others.
Philip Crounse, born November 11, 1743 in Germany. Was still living July 26, 1828
Anna Maria Schwartz, wife, born August 30, 1745, in Schwarzen, Germany. She was still living in 1832.
Maria Barbara Crounse, daughter born 1765 in Germany
Melchior Yenner, husband, born November 27, 1763 died October 5, 1848
Nicholos Crounse, born April 28, 1827, died November 9, 1844
Lydia Crounse, born January 29, 1832, died November 24, 1833
The above Philip Crounse was a Sergeant in the Third Regiment of Albany County Militia in the War of the Revolution. There are no markers to any of these graves.

On the old Michael S. Frederick farm, later Amasa Wright, about 200 feet southwest of the barn enclosed by a fence are the following graves, besides eight common field stones with no inscriptions.
Michael S. Frederick, died November 1, 1832 aged 75 years, 10 months. A soldier in the Revolution
Mary M. Merkle, wife, died November 25, 1850 aged 90 years, 11 months and 17 days
Christopher Frederick, died May 9, 1880 aged 86 years, 4 months and 13 days
Appalona Hilton, wife, died May 26, 1878 aged 78 years and 15 days
Elizabeth Frederick, died December 10, 1833 aged 47 years, 5 months, 14 days
Catharine Frederick, died November 25, 1797 aged 8 years, 7 months, 9 days
Isaac Frederick, died July 5, 1811 aged 8 years, 1 month, 9 days
Ellen M. Frederick, died August 5, 1838 aged 1 year, 3 months, 25 days
Josiah Frederick, died October 30, 1865 aged 30 years, 10 months, 26 days
James C. Frederick, died September 11, 1866 aged 33 years, 11 months
Margaret L. Frederick, died October 1, 1891 aged 50 years, 1 month, 29 days
David Frederick, died December 1, 1903 aged 73 years
Michael S. Frederick was a Corporal in the third regiment of Albany County, N.Y. Militia in the War of the Revolution.

On the original Frederick farm, owned by Alfred Frederick 1939, about 100 feet east of the house are these graves:
Michael Frederick, died November 10, 1813 aged 88 years
Catharine Elizabeth Wagner, wife, died September 29, 1820 aged 77 years, 8 months and 15 days
Mathias M. Frederick, died June 13, 1848 aged 73 years, 1 month, 22 days
Anna VanAuken, wife, died September 28, 1875 aged 83 years, 9 months and 21 days
Henry Frederick, died March 31, 1850 aged 72 years, 5 months, 15 days
Esther Frederick, died February 6, 1839 aged 81 years, 1 month, 15 days
Susanna Frederick, died November 20, 1834 aged 66 years, 2 months, 26 days
Getty Frederick, died February 3, 1840 aged 76 years, 3 months, 19 days
Anne VanNest (Frederick) died February 6, 1823 aged 36 years
James Henry VanNest died August 19, 1838 aged 16 years, 2 months, 29 days
Elizabeth Frederick, died January 28, 1853 aged 68 years, 6 months, 22 days
Michael Wagner, died March 29, 1856 aged 66 years, 1 month and 27 days
Michael Frederick, died October 6, 1850 aged 27 years, 9 months, 9 days
Henry M. Frederick, died August 21, 1850 aged 24 years, 10 months, 19 days
Sally Frederick, died January 15, 1854 aged 31 years, 10 months, 24 days
Catharine E. Frederick, died May 17, 1902 aged 86 years, 7 months, 29 days
Two graves without inscription, probably those of Michael Frederick who was born about 1700 and his wife, parents of Michael who died 1813.

On the old John Fryer farm now Grant Fryer, on the south side of the road running past the house about 500 feet southeast of the house on a knoll.
John Fryer, born October 4, 1759 died -----------
Maria Volmeider, wife, born February 16, 1764 died --------
John Fryer was a soldier in the War of the Revolution
Several stones here without inscriptions

TOWN OF KNOX

On the old Brunk farm, now 1932 the Ketcham farm at the head of the Indian Ladder road there are thirty graves with field stones with no inscriptions and five with inscriptions as follows:
Thomas Tygert, died February 10, 1825 aged 56 years
Elizabeth, wife of Mathews Brunk, died June 5, 1839 aged 31 years, 11 month and 13 days
Anna, wife of Jacob Hillman, died August 11, 1855 aged 32 years
Nicholas Brunk, died December 27, 1842 aged 62 years
Elizabeth Brunk, wife, died May 1, 1865 aged 80 years

In the Knox Cemetery.
Maria, wife of Jacob Brunk, died September 16, 1849 aged 30 years, 6 months and 20 days
Nancy Dennison, wife of Daniel Gallup, died September 11, 1834 aged 44 Yrs.

Lee’s Church Cemetery.
Michael VanAuken, died June 17, 1852 aged 33 years, 6 months and 28 days

On the old Lewis Farm next west of Lee’s church and on the east side of Merrill Baker's stone wall fence on a knoll north of the highway.
Rev. Wesson Gage, died July 29, 1847 aged 54 years and 21 days
Martha Gage, died August 15, 1843 aged 48 years, 6 months and 25 days
Lorena Gage, died October 26, 1841 aged 16 years, 3 months and 20 days
Several field stones mark graves along this stone wall fence with no inscriptions.

On the old Ostrander farm south of the Bozenkill Creek.
Jacob Ostrander, died August 30, 1861 aged 88 years and 2 months
Catharine, his wife, died February 17, 1855 aged 80 years, 6 months
Michael Shrader, died April 1, 1855 aged 72 years and 9 months
Jemima Ostrander, wife, died September 24, 1860 aged 77 years, 8 months
Charles Ostrander, died 1872 aged 72 years
Elizabeth Schrader, wife, died ------
William Ostrander, born August 5, 1828 died December 22, 1897
Margaret Jane Ostrander, wife, born September 1, 1833 died March 26, 1895
Mary, their daughter, born August 26, 1871 died June 11, 1890
Laura, their daughter, died October 18, 1880 aged 3 years and 6 months
Grant, their son, died September 4, 1871 aged 3 years and 5 months
Peter J. Ostrander, died March 9, 1862 aged 65 years and 6 months
Hannah, wife, died September 2, 1864 aged 65 years, 1 month
James, their son, died November 4, 1839 aged 16 years and 5 months
John Ostrander, died November 18, 1862 aged 63 years
Jacob Dutcher, born 1818 died 1907
Mary Auchampaugh, wife, born 1823 died 1877
Walter Dutcher, their son, born 1865 died October 14, 1871 aged 6 years, and 6 months
Edwin Dutcher, born 1851 died 1891
Mary Brumachim, wife, born 1853 died ----------
Frederick Bradt, born 1853 died 1881
Elizabeth Dutcher, wife, born 1851 died 1899
Jacob Dutcher born ------- died ---------
Emmett Dutcher Dutcher, born -------- died --------
Charles Hyser, born ---------- died January 7, 1897 aged 49 years
He was a soldier in Co. I, 142 New York Volumteers, Civil War.
Some are buried here without stones.

On the old William Snyder farm in the Bozen Kill hollow road leading to Lee's Church, and west of George J. Williamson house, twenty-seven gravestones have inscriptions and twenty-five have no inscriptions.
Anna Colliton, died 1874 aged 64 years
Emma Williamson, died 1871 aged 21 years
Deborah Snyder, died 1896 aged 70 years. Born 1826
Adam Snyder, died 1858 aged 60 years
Betsey Henderson, wife, died 1872 aged 74 years
James Snyder, died 1894 aged 67 years. Born 1827
Elmina Williamson, died 1829 aged 16 years
George Williamson, died 1864 aged 82 years
Mary Williamson, wife, died 1869 aged 78 years
Bemsle Hunt, died 1855 aged 84 years
Eunice Hunt, wife, died 1829 aged 59 years
Peter P. Westfall, died 1891 aged 63 years
Catharine Scott, wife, died 1890 aged 62 years
William A. Westfall, died 1872 aged 11 years
Emmett E. Westfall, died 1862 aged 2 months
Oscar Westfall, died 1855 aged 1 year
Amelia Westfall, died 1853 aged 7 months
Mary A. Westfall, died 1857 aged 7 months
Henry Henion, died 1878 aged 79 years
Elizabeth Nichols, died 1886 aged 84 years
Andrew Vrooman, died about 1850 aged 75 years) Great-grand-parents of Mrs. William A. Brinkman
Hannah Vrooman, died about 1852 aged -------- )
Hannah Terpening, daughter of Henry, aged 21 years and 10 months
Eunice W. Terpening, wife of Henry, died 1834 aged 30 years
George H. Snyder, died 1843 aged 78 years
Hannah, his first wife, died 1798 aged 35 years
Deborah, his second wife, died 1833 aged 72 years
Hannah, his third wife, died 1835 aged 73 years
Sarah Snyder, died 1858 aged 67 years. Wife of Abner VanBenscoten
One stone marked E

On the old Williamson farm now Gage farm northeast of Lee's church and about 400 feet north of the road leading to Bozen Kill hollow, on the north side of this road about 400 feet and on the west bank of a ravine a few feet west of the old red house.
John Williamson, died November 30, 1923 aged 75 years
John Williamson, died February, 1842 aged 84 years
Elizabeth Williamson, died September 27, 1863 aged (in 80th year) Wife of Henry Ostrander
Peter Williamson, died October 3, 1866 aged 68 years
William Williamson, died November 15, 1872 aged 77 years, 9 months, 21 days
Mary, wife of William Williamson, died February 17, 1875 aged 74 years, 1 month and 25 days
There are eight gravestones here without inscriptions. Oct. 31, 1936.

On the old Quackenbush farm on the road leading east from Lee's Church, and about 1000 feet north of the barn along an old stone wall fence. This graveyard is enclosed by a low stone wall fence. Fourteen stones are visible, nine which are common field stones, four of them adults and five of them are children. The following have white stones.
Jacob Quackenbush, died February 3, 1823 in his 60th year
Mary, his wife, died January 7, 1836 aged 82 years. Erected by Michael Lee and Jane Quackenbush. She was a daughter of Michael Lainhart of Dunnsville.
Jacob Quackenbush, died June 17, 1843 aged 45 years
John Quackenbush, died December 6, 1830 aged 39 years, 3 months and 13 days
Mary Ann, wife of Jacob Achampaugh, died December 6, 1844 aged 26 years, 1 month and 25 days

Wolford Family Burying Ground. Copied September 25th, 1937. Location, Knox-Gallupville Road 1˝ miles from Knox. Begin on your left in field on Wolford farm.
Col. Asa Abbott, died July 29, 1826 aged 67 years. DAR Mohawk Rev.
Ira Abbott, died April 11, 1830 aged 38 years
Maria E., eldest daughter of the late Ira Abbott, died June 15, 1831 aged 12 years
Little Henry Wolford - no dates
Henry D. Wolford, died February 22, 1856 aged 57 years, 7 months and 4 days
Catharine Becker, wife, died May 22, 1830 aged 35 years
John Wolford, Jr. died January 11, 1848 aged 61 years, 8 months and 1 day
Lovina, wife of Isiah Hanes, died August 1, 1840 aged 61 years

Wilber Farm burying ground. From Lee’s church turn right .7 mile, burying ground on your right in a field.
Adam Wilber, born August 24, 1811
Mary, wife, born November 15, 1806, died January 1, 1866
Michael Wilber, died January 19, 1884 aged 66 years
Phebe M. Wilber, died November 24, 1905 aged 78 years, 11 months and 13 days
Almira, wife of Wessen K. Wilber, died August 16, 1846 aged 26 years, 11 months and 7 days
John Wilber, died January 27, 1854 aged 70 years, 2 months and 4 days
Jane Ann Wilber, died March 14, 1898 aged 84 years, 6 months and 11 days
Simpson Wilber, died March 29, 1876 aged 89 years, 6 months and 2 days
Anna R., wife, died September 3, 1844 aged 56 years, 5 months and 3 days
Ira T., son, died July 14, 1821 aged 10 years and 8 months

Orlup Family burying ground. Copies August 26, 1936. Location: Altamont-Township Highway, turn up middle road at Township (East Township) proceed .8 mile, turn in to right at swing gate - walk to left to stone wall fence, burying ground surrounded by stone wall.
Henry F. Orlup, born November 15, 1810 died May 30, 1884
Evina Saddlemire, wife, born January 16, 1815 died May 10, 1907
Elizabeth Orlup, died August 10, 1835 aged 4 years and 5 months

On the old Christopher Keenholts farm, late Jacob Lewis, about 200 feet west of the house are fourteen stones.
Christopher Keenholts, died January 4, 1832 aged 84 years
Hannah Keenholts, wife, died June 20, 1818 aged 64 years
Bernard Keenholts, died February 9, 1828 aged 40 years
Eve Severson, wife died 18--
Maria Keenholts, daughter of Bernard and Eve, died July 12, 1818 aged 7 Yrs.
Frederick B. Keenholts, son of Bernard and Eve, died October 29, 1832 aged 19 years
Nicholas Keenholts, son of Bernard and Eve, died November 23, 1843 aged 21 years
George B. Keenholts, son of Bernard and Eve died February 17, 1847 aged 21 years
Anna Maria Keenholts, daughter of Bernard and Eve and wife of David Williamson, died May 11, 1853 aged 32 years
An infant daughter of Bernard and Eve Keenholts
About 1/8 mile southwest of the house in the edge of the woods is the grave of a grown person with tall head and foot stones.

On the farm of Billespie Lawyer, about 400 feet west of the house of the late Charles Seabury on the north side of the road are nine stones.
Nancy Rollings, wife of Isaac Rollings, died 1853 aged 66 years
Erastus W. Williams, M.D., died 1844 aged 31 years
-------- Williams, and wife

On the old Barent Lewis farm, now Peter VanBuren, 300 feet east of the D and H railroad bridge, twenty stones are enclosed by a stone wall fence.
Barent Lewis, died 1848 aged 73 years
Caroline Waggoner, wife, died 1867 aged 81 years
Ann Westfall, wife of Peter J. Westfall, died 1841 aged 42 years
John J. Kipp, died 1842 aged 78 years
Ann Lewis, wife, died 1846 aged 75 years
Igness Kipp, died 1826 aged 29 years
One stone marked A.W.
One stone marked A.K.
John Lewis

On the Jacob Eldridge place, west of the house, on the north side of the road in the woods.
Ada Eldridge, daughter of Jacob, died 1886 aged 6 years
Alva Eldridge, son of Jacob, died 1886 aged 9 years
Johanna Schermerhorn, wife of Jacob Eldridge, died 1895 aged 52 years
Lydia Ann VanAernam, wife of Jacob Eldridge, born September 16, 1834, died December 16, 1898 aged 64 years, 3 months and 14 days

TOWN OF BERNE

On the road from Berne to East Berne, pass the school house, take second left dirt road to second house on right, S. Kamjathy's, the old Zeh farm southeast house.
John Jost P. Zeh, died October 30, 1864 aged 67 years, 8 months, 15 days
Phoeba Rosekrans, wife, died March 13, 1882 aged 81 years, 3 months and 22 days

Cornelia Zeh died November 7, 1900 born February 26, 1838
Juliette Zeh, born March 8, 1842
Peter Zeh, died October 21, 1883 born 1806
Nancy Zeh, wife of Morris Simmons, born December 28, 1816, died December 30, 1886
Christian P. Zeh, died March 27, 1872 aged 76 years, 9 months, 29 days
Eve Hochstrasser, died March 28, 1875 aged 83 years, 4 months and 7 days
Ephraim Zeh, died January 29, 1847 aged 26 years, 4 months and 1 day
Nancy (probably Zeh) died February 16, 1851 aged 63 years. Wife of Christian Hartwick

On the right side of the road from Thompson’s Lake to Warner's Lake on the Aaron Warner farm. In 1874 there were sixty-five gravestones on this plot. There are now in 1939 nine white stones with inscriptions. The others have none.
Major Stephen Willes, died April 1, 1838 aged 66 years, 4 months and 27 days. War of 1812.
Jesse Wiles, died May 22, 1817 aged 20 years, 11 months and 16 days
Drusilla Jones, died May 28, 1817 in her 18th year
Deacon Roger Jones, died April 12, 1808 in his 52nd year
Asenath Jones, died September 26, 1829 in her 63rd year. Wife of M. Boyer Jones
Alvah Jones, died July 18, 1840 aged 35 years, 6 months and 18 days
Arthur H. Jones, died October 6, 1838 aged 1 month and 15 days. Son of Hanson
Amos Jones, died March 5, 1835 aged 5 months and 12 days. Son of Hanson
Ruth, wife of Cyrel Eaton, died April 13, 1814 aged 16 years, 7 months and 24 days

On the Church Cemetery at Thompson's Lake.
Catharine Brunk, died 1868 born 1829. Wife of Francis Secor
Edgar Brunk, died November 12, 1865 aged 15 years, 6 months and 4 days
Elizabeth, wife of John Gallup, died November 11, 1865 aged 23 years and 9 months
Henry Brunk, died December 12, 1865 aged 59 years, 9 months and 12 days
Rebecca Fowler, wife, died May 26, 1893 aged 84 years, 2 months and 9 days
Catherine Brunk, died December 10, 1865 aged 21 years, 6 months and 8 days
Nicholas J. Brunk, died March 15, 1870 aged 23 years, 5 months and 17 days

An old grave yard in the woods where the church burned on the road from East Berne to West Berne.
Elmina Edna, daughter of Spencer and Elizabeth M. Strevell, died March 13, 1871
Austin, son of George and Elizabeth Wagoner, died June 25, 1868 aged 3 years, 6 months and 24 days
Joseph Strevell, died June 12, 1852 aged 47 years, 11 months and 2 days
J. Jacob P. Warner, died February 21, 1816 aged 45 years, 9 months and 7 days
Adeline Maria, died May 1, 1841 aged 38 years, 1 month and 6 days. Wife of Jacob P. Warner
Johan Jost Zeh, died December 1836 aged 97 years and 11 months
Catharine, wife of Jacob Warren, died November 8, 1846 aged 21 years
Jacob Warner, died January 1, 1825 aged 51 years, 9 months and 11 days
Soloman Hannay, died February 24, 1842 aged 47 years, 1 month and 11 days

TOWN OF NEW SCOTLAND

On the original Thomas Beebe farm, now 1939, John Weidman farm on the road leading from Guilderland Center to Voorheesville southeast of the house take a left hand lane west of a stone wall fence land about 500 feet down this wagon track, on the west edge of this track under a black cherry tree are:
Thomas Beebe, born September 7, 1743 died February 24, 1792. A soldier in the War of the Revolution.
Olive Hall, born ---- died ---------
Simon Relyea, born ------------ died 1863

On the Charles Clark farm on a crossroad near Unionville.
William Pangburn, died March 4, 1827 aged 89 years, 10 months, 13 days
Elizabeth Bogert, wife died January 20, 1820 aged 77 years, 4 months and 2 days
David Pangburn, died January 17, 1853 aged 76 years, 10 days
Margaret Shearman, wife, died February 15, 1865 aged 79 years, 7 months and 9 days
Mary Pangburn, died April 28, 1843 aged 77 years, 5 months and 18 days Wife of John Rosekrans
Job Shearman, died February 28, 1836 aged 88 years, 7 months and 2 days
Elizabeth Ann Pangburn, died March 13, 1841 aged 2 years, 9 months, 24 days. Daughter of Job and Magdalene Pangburn

TOWN OF BETHLEHEM
In Elmwood Cemetery

On lot of Wilhelmus Westervelt.
Wilhelmus Westervelt, died July 20, 1870 aged 73 years
Elizabeth Westervelt, wife, died April 9, 1870 aged 76 years
Albert Westervelt, son, died 1847 aged 21 years
Anna Westervelt, died February 9, 1861 aged 55 years, 6 days. Wife of Abraham Moore and Grandmother of William A. Brinkman

On the John Schoonmaker lot.
John Schoonmaker died 1847 aged 51 years
Bridget Westervelt, wife, died 1880 aged 86 years
James W. Schoonmaker, son, died 1882 aged 50 years
Maria Schoonmaker, daughter, died 1852 aged 21 years

On the William H. Kilmer lot.
William H. Kilmer died ----
Anna M. Moore, wife, died 1874 aged 51 years, daughter of William Moore
Garret Vanderpool, died 1860 aged 68 years

On the John Moore lot.
John Moore, born January 1, 1810 died June 2, 1886
Mary Clapper, wife, born January 19, 1806 died March 10, 1888
Anna Moore, daughter, born 1832 died 1903
Catharine Moore, daughter, born 1840 died 1908

On the William Moore farm, now owned by William Weisheit, on the crossroad near Wemple Station. A few feet southeast of the front of the house on the bank of a ravine is one gravestone broken off at ground.
Anny Westervelt, wife of William Moore, died January 11, 1843 aged 54 years, 5 months and 5 days. Great-Grandmother of William A. Brinkman

A mile northeast of Slingerlands, at end of private road on Christian Lagrange farm.
Christian I. Lagrange, died July 24, 1848 aged 69 years
Jemima, his wife, died December 2, 1828 aged 32 years. Maiden name Lagrange
Abram C. Lagrange, died July 16, 1859 aged 37 years and 4 months
Christian C. Lagrange, died December 7, 1851 aged 25 years
One small stone marked G. Mason, no dates

IN THE TOWN OF PRINCETOWN, SCHENECTADY COUNTY, N.Y.

On the farm of Wesley Blessing about 1200 feet south of the house and about 50 feet south of a stone wall fence were three stones, which are now buried in the ground on the graves.
Henry Vine, died 1858 aged 77 years
Magdaline Chism, wife, died 1845 aged 63 years
Andrew Vine, son of George, died 1837 aged 1 year and 6 months

Another burial place on this farm about 250 feet northeast of the house and about 160 feet south of the highway in an orchard, were three stones now buried in the ground on the graves.
Henry Snyder died 1844 aged 41 years
Martha Jane Snyder, daughter, died 1837 aged 6 years
John Snyder, son, died 1840 aged 2 years

On the old Jeremiah Vanderpool farm, now George VanWie about 1000 feet south of the house on the north bank of a ditch formerly stood six stones, no inscriptions. A family by the name of Covine owned this farm prior to 1800. It is said some of this family are burried here.

On the old McDonald farm, now George McClaine, about 500 feet north of the house across a ravine in the corner of a fence are fourteen stones.
James McDonald, died 1818 aged 81 years
Hannah McDonald, wife, died ---- aged 96 years
J. A. McDonald, died 1818 aged 81 years
J. J. McDonald, died 1839 aged 53 years
H. McDonald, died 1839 aged 16 years
J. McDonald, died 1867 aged 96 years
Maria McDonald, died 1862 aged 84 years
Elizabeth McDonald, died 1829 aged 25 years, daughter of J. and M. McDonald

On the old Bearup farm, now James A. Wemple, about 300 feet east of the house in the orchard are twenty stones.
1784 D 25, Here lies the body of T(homas) Bearup
J.B. (probably his wife)
Tiny Vedder, wife of Albert, died 1820 aged 57 years
The above Thomas Bearup was a soldier at the battle of Lake George, September 8, 1755 and served until January 1756.

On the old Passage farm, late Abram Fryer, about 600 feet, north of the house of John McDougal, eight stones are visible.
George Passage, died July 1815 aged about 65 years. A Lieutenant in the War of the Revolution
Mary Rutter, wife, died -----
George G. Passage, grandson, born 1791, died 1862
Elizabeth Beebe, wife, born 1797, died 1874
Maria Passage, born 1823 died 1845. Wife of Abram Scrafford
Maria Scrafford, daughter of Abraram, born 1837 died 1846

On the old Gifford farm, near the fork of the two roads about 200 feet southeast of the church are seventeen stones.
M. W. 1700
About 100 feet northeast of this plot are, the gravestones of slaves.
The first owner of this land was Peter Vandervolgen.

On the Edward Pangburn farm about 500 feet southeast of the house in an orchard are seven stones.
A. B. 1802 A78

On the James Robison farm, about 600 feet west of the old house across a ditch are six stones.
Cornelias Bragham, died 1809 aged 26 years
Five others are buried here.

About 400 feet northwest of this above plot is another burial plot. No markings are here now.

On the old Brougham farm, now Clarence Gray and about 300 feet east of the house on the south bank of the Creek.
John Brougham, died 1820 aged 77 years
Margaret Brougham, wife, died 1846 aged 93 years
John I. Brougham, died 1847 aged 64 years
Elizabeth Brougham, died 1860 aged 71 years
John Brougham, died 1832 aged 1 year. Son of Anthony
Mary H. Brougham, died 1859 aged 4 years. Daughter of Michael.
Elizabeth Brougham, died 1851 aged 4 years
Magdalene Brougham, died 1850 aged 1 year
Elizabeth Brougham, died 1844 aged 67 years, wife of Derrick VanVranken
Garret VanVranken, died 1853 aged 43 years

On the Joseph Kaley farm, formerly and about 600 feet west of the north and south road, on a knoll under a hickory tree are two stones.
H. Hars 29 died June 1, 1815
One stone not inscribed. Probably his wife.

On the old Kittle farm, now John Stensel, and about 600 feet north of the barn and 30 foot north of a stone wall fence. Depressions in the ground would indicate that fifteen graves are here. No stones are, visible. Members of the Kittle family are known to have been burried here.

On the old Adam Kaley farm, now Ira Livingston, about 600 feet east of the house.
Adam Kaley, died 1846 aged 77 years.
Margaret Kaley, wife, died 1851 aged 86 years. Was a Brougham.
Christian Kaley, died 1878 aged 81 years
Catharine Kaley, died 1868 aged 60 years
Elizabeth Kaley, died 1868 aged 69 years. Wife of Andrew Scrafford.
Maria Kaley, died 1889 aged 85 years. Wife of Joseph McCann

On the old log church Presbyterian burial ground in the corner of or junction of two roads leading to Rynex Corners near the Bradshaw farm.
William Templar, died March 1829
William Templer, died December 23, 1845 aged 42 years, 10 months, 23 days
John Bradshaw, died January 13, 1824 aged 55 years, 5 months
Hannah Bradshaw, died ---- Aged 3 years, 1 month and 15 clays
Catharine M. Bradshaw, died August 16, 1819 aged 2 years and 5 months
Margaret E Bradshaw, died September 23, 1813
William Gifford, died August 6, 1863 aged 67 years, 9 months and 21 days
Catharine Wingate, wife died April 3, 1871 aged 70 years, 10 months and 9 days
Thomas Gifford, Jr., died January 18, 1816 aged 30 years
George Grant, died September 7, 1804 aged 51 years
Jane Combs, wife of James, died June 27, 1818 aged 40 years, 7 months and 19 days
N. McH died October 8, 1809 aged 27 years.

IN THE TOWN OF ROTTERDAM, SCHENECTADY COUNTY, N.Y.

On the old Valk farm, late William Snyder, about 450 feet southwest of the house is the family burial plot.
Alexander McMichael, born January 16, 1758 died May 4, 1818. A Sergeant in the War of the Revolution.
Angelica VanPatten, wife, born April 1, 1763 died October 23, 1813
John Valk (VanValkenburgh) born August 9, 1780 died August 5, 1863
Sarah Valk (VanValkenburgh) born July 19, 1787 died January 4, 1863
John A Valk (VanValkenburgh) son of John, born May 16, 1809, died August 19, 1826
Stephen Valk (VanValkenburgh) died August 30, 1871 aged 52 years, 5 months and 14 days
John Valk (VanValkenburgh) son of James, died June 12, 1859 aged 14 years and 2 months
Peter Clapper, died November 28, 1862 aged 51 years, 1 month and 25 days

On the farm granted to Jan Dellemont, 1714, late George Wemple, on a knoll about 150 feet south of the brick house.
John Wemple, died 1836 aged 86 years
Isaac Wemple, died 1857 aged 84 years
Margaret Bradt, his wife, died 1856 aged 76 years
Cathalina Wemple, daughter of Isaac, died 1846 aged 36 years
Garret Wemple, died 1853 aged 74 years
Nancy Dellemont, wife, died 1859 aged 70 years
John G. Wemple, son of Garret, died 1839 aged 32 years
Abraham D. Wemple, died 1857 aged 52 years
Henrietta Springer, wife, died 1899 aged 93 years
Nicholos Wemple, son of Abraham, died 1856 aged 4 years
Aaron B. Wemple, died 1876 aged 72 years
Agnes Vanderpool, wife, died 1885 aged 77 years
Oliver S. Wemple, died 1899 aged 65 years
Maggie Miller, wife, died 1900 aged 60 years
Jacob D. Wemple, died 1894 aged 64 years
Marion Darrow, wife, died 1912 aged 75 years
Daniel D. Wemple, son of Jacob D. died ------- aged 2 months
Hattie J. Hildebrandt, wife of Dellemont Wemple, died 1887 aged 29 years
Jacob Dellemont, died 1847 aged 78 years
Deborah Bradt, wife, died 1844 aged 72 years
John Dellemont, died 1846 aged 82 years
Rebecca Degraff, wife, died 1837 aged 58 years
Margaret Eliz. Dellemont, daughter of Abraham, died 1849 aged 2 years
Rebecca Dellemont, died 1839 aged 29 years, wife of John H. Vine
Eve Vine, died 1834 aged 21 years. Daughter of John H.
Joseph Vandebogert, died 1850 aged 90 years
Sarah VanZandt, wife, died 1838 aged 73 years
Peter Vandebogert, died 1868 aged 74 years
Nicholas VanValkenburgh, died 1840 aged 69 years
Nellie Moak, wife, died 1836 aged 63 years
Jeremiah VanDerpool, died 1872 aged 83 years
Hannah VanDerpool, wife, died 1888 aged 98 years
Stephen VanDerpool, died 1883 aged 78 years
Margaret Vandebogert, wife, 1871 aged 65 years
Mary Ann Furbeck, daughter of Philip, died 1823 aged 3 years
John Furbeck, son of Philip died 1823 aged 4 years
Jacob Lewis, died 1849 aged 79 years
Frances Lewis, wife, died 1855 aged 80 years
Elizabeth Vandebogert, wife of Cornelius VanBuren, died 1863 aged 71 years
Joseph Van Buren, died 1842 aged 21 years. Son of Cornelius.
Margaret Pangburn, died 1851 aged 29 years. Wife of Abram M. Pangburn
Nellie Vandebogert, died 1858 aged 49 years. Wife of Cornelius Miller
Margaret Miller, died 1854 aged 15 years. Daughter of Cornelius
Margaret VanValkenburgh, died 1838 aged 61 years. Wife of John S. Miller
Rebecca Warren, died 1844 aged 3 years. Daughter of Walker Warren
Catharine A. Warren, died 1844 aged 5 months. Daughter of Walker Warren
Jakie D. Niver, died 1878 aged 2 years. Son of Worthy
Peter VanBuren, died about 1885. No stone
Mrs. Jacob Deforest, died 1875
Margaret Miller, died 1900 aged 60 years
Three children of Abraham Dellemont
The slave burial plot is 175 yards north of the brick house.

On the William S. Ward farm west of the Guilderland road about 150 feet northwest of the house.
Jacob Ouderkirk, died 1850 aged 66 years
Mary Ouderkirk, wife, died 1847 aged 79 years
Maria Lindsey, wife of James, died 1849 aged 29 years

On the old Pangburn farm, late Isaac Wemple about 500 feet west of the house and 20 feet south of the road.
John Pangburn, died 1858 aged 85 years
Elizabeth Brunk, wife, died 1848 aged 70 years
Nicholas Pangburn, son of John, died 1831 aged 31 years
Abram Pangburn, died 1891 aged 73 years
Elizabeth Pangburn, wife, died 1878 aged 61 years
Alexander Pangburn, son of Abram, died 1846 aged 4 months
Helen Pangburn, daughter of Abram, died 1849 aged 6 years
Caroline Pangburn, daughter of Abram, died 1858 aged 3 years
Fannie Pangburn, daughter of Abram, died 1892 aged 45 years
John N. Pangburn, died 1879 aged 57 years
James Miller, died 1872 aged 68 years
Caty Miller, wife, died 1859 aged 55 years
Margaret Miller, daughter of James, died 1841 aged 7 years
Catharine Miller, daughter of James, died 1841 aged 7 months
Peter Miller, died 1891 aged 75 years
Maria Pangburn, wife, died 1901 aged 79 years
Elizabeth Miller, wife of Adam Miller, died 1866 aged 20 years
Nathaniel Eldridge, died 1855 aged 44 years
Helen Pangburn, wife, died 1889 aged 78 years
Frederick Severson, died 1890 aged 52 years
Sarah E. Pangburn, wife, died 1883 aged 46 years
Alexander Valk, died 1887 aged 80 years
Helcha Pangburn, wife, died 1866 aged 58 years
Catharine Fuller died 1873 aged 69 years
John Vandenburgh, died 1869 aged 66 years
Elizabeth VanDyke, wife of Nicholas Pangburn, died 1892 aged 94 years
Nicholas Hallenbeck, died 1847 aged 71 years
Dorothy E. Pangburn, wife of Alonzo, died 1863 aged 26 years
Henry Vermilya, died 1897 aged 73 years
Elida Pangburn, wife, died 1905 aged 76 years
Abram H. Vermilya, son of Henry, died 1857 aged 5 years
John A. Vermilya, son of Henry, died 1860 aged 10 years
Willie Vermilya, son of Henry, died 1870 aged 4 months
Lillie B. Vermilya, daughter of Henry, died 1879 aged 18 years
Ella S. Vermilya, daughter of Henry, died 1882 aged 18 years
Sarah Springer, died -------
Alonzo Wemple, son of Isaac, died 1870 aged 5 years
Charley Wemple, son of Isaac, died 1880 aged 13 years
Ira S. Wemple, son of Isaac, died 1886 aged 6 years
Fred Wemple, son of Isaac, died 1895 aged 23 years

On the old VanPatten farm 300 feet west of the house on the east bank of the Normanskill creek on a knoll. Now Kesebergh farm 1939.
Jacobus (James) VanDerpool born April 26, 1759 died August 5, 1838. A soldier of the Revolution
Margaret Miller, wife, born February 5, 1764 died February 15, 1851
Margaret VanDerpool, daughter, born February 25, 1784. Wife of James Cornick
Lyncha (Magdalene) VanDerpool, daughter, born May 30, 1800. Wife of Richard VanPatten
Maria VanDerpool, daughter, born May ---. Wife of --------- Hyser
Isaac Wemple, infant son of Aaron Wemple
No markers are visible here.

TOWN OF DUANESBURGH, SCHENECTADY COUNTY, N. Y.

On the old Abram Wemple farm, late J.K. Wemple about 300 yards west of the house, enclosed by a fence are twenty-two stones.
James V. Wemple, died 1900 aged 79 years
Abram Wemple, son of James V. died 1869 aged 10 years
Mary Eleanor Wemple, died 1852 aged 8 years
Catharine Sophia Wemple, died 1852 aged 4 years
Florence Wemple, daughter of Rev. Jeremiah Wemple, died 1900 aged 3 months
Abram Wemple, died 1856 aged 65 years
Sophia Vanderpool, wife, born March 26, 1797, died August 22, 1862
Sophia Wemple, died 1844 aged 12 years
Aaron Wood, died 1850 aged 68 years
Catharine Wemple, wife, born April 4, 1786 died April 7, 1863
Elias Carpenter, died 1887 aged 69 years
Catharine Carpenter, wife, died March 25, 1893 aged 68 years
Mary Agnes Mesick, died 1865 aged 7 years
Alexander T. Tygert, died 1864 aged 45 years
Folian Ann Tygert, wife, died 1852 aged 29 years
Infant daughter of Alex. Tygert, aged 1 month

On the Garret Waldron farm 150 feet southwest of the house are seven stones.
Peter Ward, died June 18, 1857 aged 75 years and 3 months
Maria Wemple, wife, died February 5, 1858 aged 74 years
Catholina Vanderpool, died 1838 aged 4 years
James Vanderpool, died 1834 aged 2 years
Abraham M. Vanderpool, died February 3, 1885 aged -------
Folica Wemple, wife, born November 27, 1806 died July 28, 1847

On the old Vought farm late Rufus Crounse, about 600 feet southeast of the house on a knoll enclosed by a stone wall.
John Christopher Vought, died 1809 aged 96 years. Born in Germany
Cornelia Putman, wife, died 1800 aged 93 years. A daughter of John and Helena Putman, born in New Jersey.
John Vought, died 1803 aged 52 years. A Captain in the British Army
Mary Grandin, wife died 1831 aged 76 years. A daughter of Philip and Eleanor Grandin of New Jersey
Abigail Vought, died 1883 aged 88 years. (Last of her family.)
The following graves are outside of the wall:
James Williams, died 1849 aged 73 years
Five other field stones are here.

On the John Alexander Ferguson farm about 450 feet east of the house under an elm tree were sixteen field stones on the north side of the Western Turnpike. No inscriptions.

TOWN OF PRINCETOWN, SCHENECTADY COUNTY, N.Y.

Private Cemetary, Route 7 Duanesburgh, N.Y., on farm owned (as of 1938) by F.D. Siegel.
Mary Elizabeth Barkhuff, daughter of William C. & Mary Ann, died January 13, 1847, aged 4 years, 1 month and 28 days
Thomas Benton, (Native of Limerick County, Ireland) drowned April 17, 1843, about 18 years old. "Erected by his friend Capt. John Ferguson"
Alexander Ferguson, died April 3, 1865 aged 75 years
Susan Ferguson, wife, died April 6, 1876 aged 84 years
Alice Ferguson, born March 22, 1863 died March 27, 1864
Ann Ferguson, died June 15, 1878 aged 52 years
Duncan Ferguson, born December 15, 1791 died July 23, 1875
Hannah Gifford, wife, born September 26, 1792 died March 18, 1859
Anna E. Bryant, wife of Duncan, died April 3, 1872 aged 31 years, 11 months and 7 days
Hanna, daughter of Duncan and Anna, died February 11, 1872 (No age; stone too worn)
James Ferguson, son of Duncan and Hanna, born March 28, 1825 died April 4, 1829
Genet, daughter of Duncan and Hanna, died September 16, 1822 aged 2 years, 7 months and 5 days
Her two brothers (no names)
Note. There are two field stones near this stone which were put there before this one; one still reads: 1816.
One boy died January 27, 1816 aged 14 days
The other died March 7, 1819 aged 13 days
Duncan Ferguson, born August 25, 1835 died January 13, 1900
Minnie Turnbull, his wife, died December 5, 1880 aged 21 years, 11 months and 6 days.
Eliza J. Ferguson, born April 7, 1845 died November 21, 1905
Elizabeth (see Stuart)
Evaline C. Ferguson, born January 4, 1854 died February 24, 1920
James Ferguson "A ruling Elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Princetown and Duanesburgh" born September 16, 1779 died October 2, 1851 aged 72 years and 16 days. The 23rd Psalm is engraved on this stone; it says, "See also I Kings II;1,2,3,4, verses and 1 Chron XXVII; 9, 10 verses."
Mary Stuart, his wife born February 28, 1787 died September 28, 1864
Jennette Ferguson, born August 23, 1856 died October 1, 1865
John Ferguson, a native of Perthshire, Scotland, died December 18, 1824. About 90 years old.
Jennete, his wife, born February 5, 1752 died October 28, 1820 aged 68 years
John Ferguson, born February 14, 1850, died April 17, 1860
John Ferguson, born 1783 died July 16, 1821 aged 38 years
Captain John Ferguson, born October 26, 1807 died August 2, 1874
Arvilla, his wife, born March 2, 1824 died January 5, 1901
Elizabeth Jan Curry, his wife, born May 13, 1813 died December 23, 1837. Aged 24 years, 7 months and 10 days
When I was Call’d away from earth to obey my God above,
I left two children dear behind whom I did dearly love.
The first was Mary Ferguson, the second Helen Marg.,
The third was Martha Washington.
From sin be they kept from
May they serve God with all their hearts with all their strength and minds
And when they shall from earth depart, a God in heaven find.
Mary Ferguson, born March 28, 1828 died March 28, 1891
Robert Ferguson, born March 15, 1831 died October 18, 1859
Samuel Ferguson, born May 27, 1837 died February 6, 1864
Thomas Ferguson, born March 22, 1817 died October 17, 1862
Hannah Gifford (see Ferguson)
George Longthorn, "native of Lincolnshire, England" died May 26, 1838 about 60 years old. "Erected by his friend Captain John Ferguson."
Emily V. McMullen, born June 30, 1866 died December 14, 1919
Fred Siegel, born 1861 died 1935
Elizabeth Ferguson, wife of John Stuart, died October 6, 1824. Aged 32 years
Mary (See Ferguson)
Minnie Turnbull (See Ferguson)
Note; There are many field stones which once were markers for burials, but they have been so worn that one cannot read names nor dates.

Princetown Reformed Church Cemetery 1936.
Andrew VanWormer, son of Michael and Mary Ann
George Van Wormer, son of Michael and Mary Ann
Michael VanWormer, son of Aaron, born September 14, 1808 died July 14, 1899
Mary Ann Scrafford, wife, born November 3, 1818, died November 30, 1892
Aaron VanWormer, died October 21, 1829 aged 50 years, son of Abram
Susannah Wagner, wife, died 1845 aged 66 years
William J. VanWormer, born September 27, 1857 died -- ------ 28, 1861. Son of Michael
Michael VanWormer, died August 19, 1841 aged 1 year
Susan Hester Chadwick, daughter of John and Catharine, died August 19, 1842 aged 6 months
Israel VanWormer, died 1846 aged 5 years. Son of Michael
Eleanor Strang, wife of John Strang, died December 4, 1831 aged 31 years
Adaline VanWormer, wife of Russell Tolles
Russell Tolles
Myndert Vandervolgen, died October 14, 1843 aged 71 years
Albert Boynton
Mary VanWormer, wife, daughter of Edward VanWormer
Burton VanWormer, son of Edward VanWormer
Edward VanVormer, died 1934. Son of Michael VanWormer
Belle Tolles, wife
Margaret Shaver, died December 20, 1853 aged 32 years, 3 months, 22 days. Wife of Jacob Sitterly
Catharine Shaver, died May 5, 1827 aged 1 year, 9 months and 5 days
Henry C. Shaver, born December 13, 1795, died November 24, 1829 aged 34 years
Leah Vrooman, died November 27, 1832
Isabel Phelps, wife of Joseph, died April 13, 1841 aged 67 years, 10 months
Joseph Phelps, died November 21, 1828 aged 68 years
Frances H. Pratt, born 1794 died June 1876
Eve Maria, born 1826 died September 6, 1850. Wife of James B. VanAernam
David Pratt, born 1799 died January 21, 1842
Leah Lucinda Pratt, born 1823 died February 15, 1838. Daughter of David and Margaret
David H. Pratt, born 1821, died September 26, 1829. Son of David and Margaret
James Braugham, born 1815 died April 26, 1833
Catharine Angelica Braugham, born 1833 died October, 1834. Daughter of John A
Aaron Braugham, died April, 1836 aged 57 years and 7 months
William J. Braugham, died September, 1838 aged 4 months. Son of John A.
Jacob Smith, died August 1830 aged 1 year, 6 months. Son of Zachariah and Sarah.
Catharine Ann Rockefeller, died January, 1838, aged 1 year, 2 months daughter of Thomas
Samuel Ostrander, died April 1855 aged 70 years
Catharine Ostrander, died October 1869 aged 92 years. Was A Westfall
--- Ostrander, died May 1844 aged 4 years, 2 months. Daughter of Samuel and Sarah.
Catharine Sitterly, died March 1851 aged 10 years, 6 months. Daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth
A. G. (probably Gifford)
Susan Kaley, born January 23, 1837 died February 23, 1921. Wife of Alex Gifford
Alexander Gifford, born October 15, 1828 died September 15, 1893
Catharine Ostrander, died July 26, 1859 aged 23 years. Daughter of P.G. and Susannah
Margaret Ostrander, died November 29, 1860 aged 30 years, 6 months. Wife of Albert Smith
Peter S. Ostrander, died December 25, 1863 aged 68 years
George Passage, died February 26, 1840 aged 77 years, 10 months and 15 days. A soldier in the War of Revolution.
Leah Ostrander, wife, died May 5, 1846 aged 80 years
Rev. George Furbeck, died October 18, 1851 aged 30 years, 7 months. Son of Henry R.
Rachael Winne, died April 18, 1817 aged 21 years, 23 days. Wife of Henry R. Furbeck and daughter of Peter and Maria Winne.
Peter Winne Furbeck, May 6, 1816 aged 6 months. Son of Henry R.
Peter Furbeck, died May 12, 1817 aged 1 month.Son of Henry R.
Eve Eliza Purbeck, died August 29, 1850 aged 3 years. Daughter of John H. and Adaline S. Furbeck.
Katherine VanWormer, wife of Levi Scrafford
Maria Taylor, died January 24, 1841 aged 37 years. Wife of Jacob Weller.
Thomas D. Passage, died July 7, 1857 aged 3 years. Son of Thomas and Jennette.
Daniel Passage, died September 5, 1857 aged 3 years. Son of Thomas and Jennette.
Margaret Dollar, died November 28, 1854 aged 73 years, 6 months
Ellen Kaley, died October 8, 1858 aged 2 years. Daughter of Jacob and Jennette
Maria Kaley, died January 16, 1844 aged 4 months. Daughter of Jacob and Margaret.
George Kaley, died May 10, 1851 aged 5 years. Son of Jacob and Margaret.
Margaret Braugham, died September 1, 1858 aged 1 year. Daughter of G. and S. A.
Rev. David B. Hall, born March 16, 1812 died May 1, 1898 aged 86 years
Jane Eliza Dayton, wife, died May 29, 1878 aged 54 years
George W. Hall, died March 5, 1862 aged 27 years. Son of Rev. Nathaniel Hall and Hannah Emerson.
Angelina Vanderwerken, died February 23, 1831 aged 1 year
Helen M. Vanderwerken, died August 25, 1828 aged 2 months
Catharine Vanderwerken, died May 25, 1841 aged 22 years
Cornelius Vanderwerken, died August 31, 1840 aged 45 years
Sarah Deforest, wife of Cornelius Vanderwerken, died November 8, 1859, aged 66 years
Caroline Vanderwerken, died December 4, 1854 aged 23 years. Wife of Rev. H.P. Burr
Johnathan Brewer, died January 19, 1875 aged 49 years
William Brewer, died November 24, 1883 aged 20 years. Son of Johnathan
Isadore Stackpole, died April 29, 1838. Daughter of J.S. and J.A. Stackpole
Jeremiah Furbeck, died January 1, 1360 aged 6 months. Son of William H.
Susan Gray, born October 26, 1797 died June 20, 1868. Wife of Jacob E. VanAernam
Edward M. Furbeck, died November 22, 1856 aged 2 years. Son of John H. and Adaline.
William H. Furbeck, born 1828 died 1907. Son of Henry R.
Catharine VanAuken, wife, born 1831 died 1906
Francis X. Acker, born September 15, 1813 died January 7, 1881
Jemima Sitterly, wife, born August 14, 1816 died May 16, 1891
Elida Kaley, died January 29, 1841 aged 15 years. Daughter of George and Catharine
George Kaley, died January 16, 1850 aged 82 years
Catharine VanDycke, wife, died January 31, 1855 aged 76 years
Alexander Gifford, died December 23, 1860 aged 69 years and 6 months
Agnes McCollom, wife, died December 24, 1842 aged 48 years
Mary Jane Gifford, died September 1825 aged 2 years. Daughter of Alex.
Alexander Passage, died March 10, 1842 aged 1 month. Son of George and Anna
George Passage, Jr., born April 20, 1818 died June 13, 1877. Son of George and Leah
Ann Eliza Gifford, wife, died July 9, 1893 aged 73 years
S. Nelson Pike, died April 18, 1870 aged 50 years and 1 month
Jenneatte Gifford, wife, died December 15, 1896 aged 78 years and 8 months
Mary M. Scrafford, born 1835 died 1923. Daughter of Michael.
Anna Scrafford, born 1860 died 1910. Daughter of Michael
Catharine Scrafford, born 1853 died 1890. Daughter of Michael.
Robert Scrafford, born 1855 died 1903. Son of Michael.
Michael Scrafford, born 1810 died 1882 aged 72 years. Son of Andrew
Ann Eliza Kaley, wife, born 1815, died 1897
George B. Passage, died June 19, 1927 aged 87 years, 7 months, 20 days
Adaline Scrafford, wife, died January 29, 1865 aged 25 years, 5 months and 6 days
Sarah J. Briggs, wife, died September 6, 1893 aged 49 years
Andre S. Bond died August 12, 1840
George A. Scrafford, died November 27, 1835 aged 28 years. Son of Andrew
Andrew Scrafford, died February 25, 1867 aged 80 years. Son of George
Lany Lainhart, wife, died November 7, 1830 aged 42 years
Adaline Scrafford, born 1825 died 1899. Daughter of Andrew
Caroline Scrafford, born 1825 died 1902. Daughter of Andrew
Andrew Scrafford, died February 1898 aged 53 years. Civil War Veteran.

Galupville Cemetery, Schoharie County, N.Y.
William Fairlee, born September 5, 1785 died June 16, 1872
Elizabeth VanAuken, born March 18, 1786 died October 15, 1869
Jeremiah Fairlee, born March 18, 1806 died ----

Slate Hill Cemetery, Sharon, Schoharie County, N.Y.
George Frederick, born 1770 died 1826 aged 56 years
Nellie Ward, wife, born 1775 died 1845 aged 70 years
Michael G. Frederick, born July 17, 1815 died December 13, 1901
Margaret Wagoner, wife, born September 5, 1812 died February 10, 1867 Daughter of John Waggoner
John Wagoner, born October 22, 1767 died 1851 aged 84 years
Elizabeth Myers, wife, born 1767 died 1855 aged 88 years

On the old Peter Frederick farm southwest of Sharon Hill, N.Y. A little distance north of the barn.
Peter P. Frederick, born August 16, 1807 died December 4, 1848. Unmarried
The last 10 names were Guilderland people.

IN THE VILLAGE OF FONDA, N.Y.

On the old Fonda farm just east and outside of the Fair ground race track close to the Mohawk river.
Douw Fonda, born August 22, 1700 died 1780. Murdered by Indians and Tories. War of the Revolution.
Maritje Vrooman, wife
Douwe Fonda, born January 10, 1769 died June 13, 1772. Son of I.N. Fonda
Rachel Fonda, died May 5, 1795 aged 22 years, 9 months and 12 days. Wife of Andrew Wemple
Andrew Wemple, died March 13, 1813 aged 44 years, 4 months and 11 days
Sarah Dupuy, died March 3, 1811 aged 49 years. Wife of Jacob Hardenburgh
Jacob Hardenburgh, died February 11, 1806 aged 46 years
Judy Hardenburgh, died March 12, 1812 in her 18th year
John Fonda, died February 14, 1815 aged 75 years
John A. Wemple, died September 26, 1811 aged 36 years, 5 months and 11 days
Caty Fonda, died September 2, 1810 aged 12 years. Daughter of Henry and Elizabeth.
Douw J. Fonda, died April 11, 1815 in his 30th year
Catharine Fonda, died February 20, 1821 aged 1 year, 11 months and 17 days
Henry I. Fonda, died April 4, 1832 aged 49 years and 16 days
Catharine Ann Fonda, died April 27, 1832 aged 8 years, 7 months and 13 days. Daughter of Giles.
Elizabeth McGown, died April 7, 1832 aged 2 years, 4 months and 9 days Daughter of Homer
Caty Maria Searls, died August 1, 1803 aged 3 months and 13 days. Daughter of Denis
Henry Salisbury, died October 6, 1855 in his 60th year

CONQUEST, NEW YORK, CEMETERY
D.A.R. records Vol. 82 page 166.
William Crounse, died May 26, 1842 aged 28 years, 1 month and 12 days
Darius Crounse, son of Hiram and Caroline E. died October 5, 1867 aged 16 years
Ella Jane Crounse, daughter of Hiram and Caroline E. died March 4, 1868 aged 12 years, 10 months and 17 days
Jacob Crounse, died December 29, 1855 aged 3 years, 6 months and 8 days
John A. Crounse, born September 28, 1815 died October 6, 1872
Eleanor Crounse, born February 22, 1816
John D. Crounse, son of David and Jane, died July 24, 1852 aged 15 years and 9 days
John P. Crounse, died January 27, 1848 aged 67 years
Philip Crounse, died April 29, 1842 aged 38 years and 24 days
Jacob Crounse, born 1847 died 1925. Civil War veteran, Union Hill Cemetery, Cato, N.Y.
Timothy Beebe, died June 12, 1865 aged 72 years, 10 months and 7 days
Sally H., wife, died October 25, 1848 aged 54 years, 8 months and 15 days
Betsey, wife of Joshua, died January 5, 1856 aged 74 years, 4 months and 14 days
Myndert I. Wemple, died August 24, 1855 aged 48 years, 7 months and 16 days
Elgy Ann, wife, died June 28, 1864 aged 53 years, 8 months and 25 days
Christina Ostrander, died December 11, 1851 aged 57 years, 6 months and 16 days. Wife of Peter
Jeremiah VanAuken, died January 19, 1895 aged 80 years
Amy, wife, died October 31, 1868 aged 49 years, 9 months and 18 days
Elias VanAuken, died April 29, 1857 aged 66 years
Josina, wife, died May 6, 1865 aged 74 years and 5 days
Elias VanAuken, born January 23, 1821 died February 29, 1892
Malvina Carpenter, wife, born December 27, 1823 died May 28, 1860
Sarah E. Hammond, 2nd wife, born March 6, 1840
Henry VanAuken, died June 15, 1884 aged 39 years
Lina, wife, died July 15, 1872 aged 23 years, 2 months and 5 days
Nellie, daughter, died June 17, 1880
George W. VanAuken, born 1855
Katharine, wife, born 1863 died 1920
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Location Index:
Guilderland 1 Guilderland 2 Knox Berne New Scotland
Bethlehem Princetown 1 Rotterdam Duanesburgh Princetown 2
Gallupville Sharon Fonda Conquest

On the Dunn farm at Dunnsville (now Lloyd Gray) about 1000 feet southwest of the house, enclosed by an iron fence.
On the farm of the late Peter J. Ogsbury, about 1200 feet southeast of the house where formerly stood the old Miller house in 1811. Laney Miller and other Miller's are buried here. No stones are visible now.
On the Dunnsville Hotel property, 250 feet west of the hotel, on the bank of the "Wilde Hause Kill" about 15 stones were standing in 1875. The following are known to have been buried here.
On the old Wagner farm of 1760, one half mile south of Dunnsville, 100 feet west of the Dunnsville-Altamont road enclosed by a stone wall. This plot is full of graves. Twenty-five stones are visible.
On the original Ward farm, late owned by Dr. D.H. Cook, on the road from Dunnsville to Altamont and 125 feet west of the barn. Most of the seventeen stones are of the common field type.
On the old Van Valkenburgh farm, late Peter Walker, about 1200 feet west of the house, 15 stones are visible.
On the original Scrafford farm on Settles Hill, late owned by George Bond, 200 feet east of the house, contains 19 common field stones with no inscriptions besides the following:
On the old Isaac J. VanAernam farm, Settles Hill, now John Richard farm, 700 feet northeast of the barn are thirty gravestones. Five of' them are inscribed as follows:
On the old Vine farm now Charles P. Crounse, 300 feet northeast of the house, and 10 feet east of the road.
On the William H. Furbeck farm on Settles Hill, and about 80 feet north of the house are 5 gravestones as follows:
On the John E. Young farm on Settles Hill, about 400 feet south of the house, on the south side of the road, in a corner of a stone wall are four headstones with no inscriptions. The Reelman's are buried here. They lived there in 1818.
On the old Brewer farm, late Elmer Crounse, about 10 feet west of the barn in the orchard, about 15 people are buried.
On the original Kaley farm, now William W. Pangburn, about 100 feet west of the barn on a knoll about 20 people are buried. Twelve stones can be seen. The others have none.
On the old Mesick farm now Clarence Martin about 250 feet southwest of the house are six gravestones.
On the Lavinia VanWormer farm five feet east of the north and south fence line and fifty feet south of the road to Settles Hill are four stones.
On the old Vanderpool farm late Charles Bassler, Settles Hill. About 400 feet east of the house is a plot about 100 feet square enclosed by a stone wall are twenty-four gravestones of which fourteen are common field stones.
On the A. F. Pangburn farm, now William Brehm, Dunnsville, about 100 feet south of the line fence between Brehm and Herman Gray, on a little knoll.
On the old Grote farm Altamont, now Dr. D.W. Sweeney, about 400 feet north of the house are thirteen stones.
On the old Pangburn farm, Parkers Corners, late Norton Hallenbeck, about 500 feet southeast of the church, on the south side of the road are twenty stones and there seems to be more graves without markers.
On the old Weaver farm on the old Kings highway, a mile north of Fullers, N.Y. late John Livingston, about 300 feet west of the house in a corner of the fence, north side of the road.
On the old Shell farm, now Abram Miller on the old Kings highway, a mile east of Parkers Corners on the South side of the road 500 feet southwest of the barn on a knoll are three white stones and seven field stones.
On the old Veeder farm, late Herman Gray, about 1000 feet southwest of the house and 150 feet west of a ravine, close to where stood the old house. The writer saw stones there many years ago. It is being worked over now.
On the Abraham Moore farm on the north side of the Great Western turnpike, onehalf mile west of Fullers, N.Y. about 600 feet northeast of the old house well, two field stones are visible.
On the Colonel Abraham Wemple farm, now the Watervliet Reservoir, about 300 feet northwest of where the old brick house of 1760 stood and on the north bank of the Normanskill Creek by a hickory tree are two field stones.
Another burial plot on this farm is about 1000 feet east of where the brick house stood and at the foot of the highland owned by Johannes Vrooman at his death in 1785. The deed to this place says:
On the old Showdy farm, now Millard Cowan at Knowersville, 150 feet north of the house, 12 stones were visible.
On the Captain Jacob VanAernam farm of 1760, now Oakley Crounse, and adjacent to the south side of the D and H railroad tracks enclosed by an iron fence, are nineteen stones.
On the old Andrew Keenholts farm, now John Severson, in Altamont, 150 feet northwest of the barn are seven stones.
On the Adam Westfall farm, Settles Hill, about 300 feet south of the house, a little east of the road, eight stones are visible.
On the old VanAuken farm, now Walter Petrie, on the south bank of the Bozen Kill Creek and 600 feet east of the house on the west side of a stone wall fence. Eleven stones are visible.
On the old Severson farm of 1760, now George H. Brandel, about 100 feet east the house at Altamont are forty-five stones visible and other graves with no markers.
On the old Gray farm, on Settles Hill, late Emmett Gray farm about 150 feet east of the house. Twelve stones are enclosed by a stone wall fence.
On the old Conrad Chism farm, now the Watervliet Reservoir, near the edge of the water on a little knoll, on the flat land east of the house of Harry Jeffers. Three stones are standing. More are buried here.
On the original Sharp farm, now Walter A. Sharp on the north side of Western Turnpike about 400 feet east of the barn, partly enclosed by an iron fence.
On the late Charles Schoolcraft farm, about 150 feet northwest of the house against a side hill are seven stones.
On the original Lainhart, now Charles S. Lainhart, ninety-three yards north of the barn and twenty-six yards west of the road, enclosed by a stone wall fence are:
On the old Featherly farm, now Max Besser, about 300 foot southvvest of the house across the Black Creek there were nine stones in 1914. Now none are standing.
On the Kelly Scrafford, on Settles Hill about 400 feet northeast of the house, are:
On the John Z. Smith farm south of French’s Hollow bridge.
On the farm of H. Wilson Crounse, formerly Frederick farm, about 100 feet southwest of the house are eight stones.
On the old Becker farm, now Ivan Cornwell, on the north bank of the Bozen Kill Creek on the hill against a stone wall fence, at the end of the old bridge.
On the original Crounse farm late Leonard Crounse, 100 feet west of the house near a stone wall six stones are visible.
100 feet south of this plot is a plot containing colored people, five stones are still visible. Also about 500 feet north of the house on the east side of a fence are six stones. This is the burial place of John Crounse, the son of Frederick, the soldier.
On the old Livingston farm at the foot of the Indian Ladder, late Jacob A. Relyea, 300 foot east of the barn in the corner of a stone wall fence.
On the old Henry VanAernam farm, late Seward Crounse, southeast of Altamont, about 200 feet southeast of the house and on the west side of the road.
On the original Ogsbury farm, one mile south of Guilderland Center, late the Whitbeck farm, about 400 feet northwest of the barn are fourteen stones.
On the old John Howard farm, late Gardner C. Leonard, near the LaSalle institute, Altamont, on a knoll at the left of the stone house is the Howard burial plot.
In the rear of the house is the slave burial plot where eight stones are standing.
On the old Peter Lagrange farm, late Thomas Gillespie about 600 feet southwest of the house near the fence. The stones are laid one foot under the ground on the graves.
On the farm of Frederick C. VanWormer, formerly about 450 feet northeast of the house, are nine stones. Five of them are graves of children.
On the old Siver farm now Peter Livingston, 500 feet west of the house on the north side of the road are some field stones.

  • IN THE TOWN OF GUILDERLAND
    On the old Ostrander farm near the Cobblestone school house, these graves are under the woodpile close to the house. Here are buried the early members of the early Ostrander family of the town of Guilderland. The gravestones have been laid on the graves about a foot underground.
    On the Henry S. Gilbert farm, (William Pangburn farm prior to 1830). On the Kings highway one fourth mile north of Fullers, N.Y. close to the rear of the house. These burials were probably made before 1830. In December 1936, the present owner Frank Polak, while digging a drain in the rear of the house opened two graves exposing well preserved skulls and bones.
    On the old VanHeusen farm southeast of Guilderland Center, at the fork of the road, and back of the barn east of the road, enclosed by a fence are stones with inscriptions as follows:
    On the old Myndert Lagrange farm southeast of Guilderland Center.
    On the old VanHeusen farm near the Wormer School house about 600 feet northwest of the house, four white stones are standing and five graves with no markers. Those inscribed are as follows:
    On the old Veeder farm, now known as the old Nott Homestead southeast of Guilderland near the Normanskill Creek.
    On the old Relyea farm, north of Voorheesville.
    On the old Hallenbeck farm, near Cobblestone School and a few yards southwest of the house.
    On the old George F. Crounse farm a mile south of Altamont on the private road to the house on the left side of this road about 500 feet from the house are the following graves and probably others.
    On the old Michael S. Frederick farm, later Amasa Wright, about 200 feet southwest of the barn enclosed by a fence are the following graves, besides eight common field stones with no inscriptions.
    On the original Frederick farm, owned by Alfred Frederick 1939, about 100 feet east of the house are these graves:
    On the old John Fryer farm now Grant Fryer, on the south side of the road running past the house about 500 feet southeast of the house on a knoll.

  • TOWN OF KNOX
    On the old Brunk farm, now 1932 the Ketcham farm at the head of the Indian Ladder road there are thirty graves with field stones with no inscriptions and five with inscriptions as follows:
    In the Knox Cemetery.
    Lee’s Church Cemetery.
    On the old Lewis Farm next west of Lee’s church and on the east side of Merrill Baker's stone wall fence on a knoll north of the highway.
    On the old Ostrander farm south of the Bozenkill Creek.
    On the old William Snyder farm in the Bozen Kill hollow road leading to Lee's Church, and west of George J. Williamson house, twenty-seven gravestones have inscriptions and twenty-five have no inscriptions.
    On the old Williamson farm now Gage farm northeast of Lee's church and about 400 feet north of the road leading to Bozen Kill hollow, on the north side of this road about 400 feet and on the west bank of a ravine a few feet west of the old red house.
    On the old Quackenbush farm on the road leading east from Lee's Church, and about 1000 feet north of the barn along an old stone wall fence. This graveyard is enclosed by a low stone wall fence. Fourteen stones are visible, nine which are common field stones, four of them adults and five of them are children. The following are white stones.
    Wolford Family Burying Ground. Copied September 25th, 1937. Location, Knox-Gallupville Road 1˝ miles from Knox. Begin on your left in field on Wolford farm.
    Wilber Farm burying ground. From Lee’s church turn right .7 mile, burying ground on your right in a field.
    Orlup Family burying ground. Copies August 26, 1936. Location: Altamont-Township Highway, turn up middle road at Township (East Township) proceed .8 mile, turn in to right at swing gate - walk to left to stone wall fence, burying ground surrounded by stone wall.
    On the old Christopher Keenholts farm, late Jacob Lewis, about 200 feet west of the house are fourteen stones.
    On the farm of Billespie Lawyer, about 400 feet west of the house of the late Charles Seabury on the north side of the road are nine stones.
    On the old Barent Lewis farm, now Peter VanBuren, 300 feet east of the D and H railroad bridge, twenty stones are enclosed by a stone wall fence.
    On the Jacob Eldridge place, west of the house, on the north side of the road in the woods.

  • TOWN OF BERNE
    On the road from Berne to East Berne, pass the school house, take second left dirt road to second house on right, S. Kamjathy's, the old Zeh farm southeast house.
    On the right side of the road from Thompson’s Lake to Warner's Lake on the Aaron Warner farm. In 1874 there were sixty-five gravestones on this plot. There are now in 1939 nine white stones with inscriptions. The others have none.
    On the Church Cemetery at Thompson's Lake.
    An old grave yard in the woods where the church burned on the road from East Berne to West Berne.

  • TOWN OF NEW SCOTLAND
    On the original Thomas Beebe farm, now 1939, John Weidman farm on the road leading from Guilderland Center to Voorheesville southeast of the house take a left hand lane west of a stone wall fence land about 500 feet down this wagon track, on the west edge of this track under a black cherry tree are:
    On the Charles Clark farm on a crossroad near Unionville.

  • TOWN OF BETHLEHEM
    In Elmwood Cemetery
    On lot of Wilhelmus Westervelt.
    On the John Schoonmaker lot.
    On the William H. Kilmer lot.
    On the John Moore lot.
    On the William Moore farm, now owned by William Weisheit, on the crossroad near Wemple Station. A few feet southeast of the front of the house on the bank of a ravine is one gravestone broken off at ground.
    A mile northeast of Slingerlands, at end of private road on Christian Lagrange farm.

  • IN THE TOWN OF PRINCETOWN, SCHENECTADY COUNTY, N.Y.
    On the farm of Wesley Blessing about 1200 feet south of the house and about 50 feet south of a stone wall fence were three stones, which are now buried in the ground on the graves.
    Another burial place on this farm about 250 feet northeast of the house and about 160 feet south of the highway in an orchard, were three stones now buried in the ground on the graves.
    On the old Jeremiah Vanderpool farm, now George VanWie about 1000 feet south of the house on the north bank of a ditch formerly stood six stones, no inscriptions. A family by the name of Covine owned this farm prior to 1800. It is said some of this family are burried here.
    On the old McDonald farm, now George McClaine, about 500 feet north of the house across a ravine in the corner of a fence are fourteen stones.
    On the old Bearup farm, now James A. Wemple, about 300 feet east of the house in the orchard are twenty stones.
    On the old Passage farm, late Abram Fryer, about 600 feet, north of the house of John McDougal, eight stones are visible.
    On the old Gifford farm, near the fork of the two roads about 200 feet southeast of the church are seventeen stones. The first owner of this land was Peter Vandervolgen.
    On the Edward Pangburn farm about 500 feet southeast of the house in an orchard are seven stones.
    On the James Robison farm, about 600 feet west of the old house across a ditch are six stones.
    About 400 feet northwest of this above plot is another burial plot. No markings are here now.
    On the old Brougham farm, now Clarence Gray and about 300 feet east of the house on the south bank of the Creek.
    On the Joseph Kaley farm, formerly and about 600 feet west of the north and south road, on a knoll under a hickory tree are two stones.
    On the old Kittle farm, now John Stensel, and about 600 feet north of the barn and 30 foot north of a stone wall fence. Depressions in the ground would indicate that fifteen graves are here. No stones are, visible. Members of the Kittle family are known to have been burried here.
    On the old Adam Kaley farm, now Ira Livingston, about 600 feet east of the house.
    On the old log church Presbyterian burial ground in the corner of or junction of two roads leading to Rynex Corners near the Bradshaw farm.

  • IN THE TOWN OF ROTTERDAM, SCHENECTADY COUNTY, N.Y.
    On the old Valk farm, late William Snyder, about 450 feet southwest of the house is the family burial plot.
    On the farm granted to Jan Dellemont, 1714, late George Wemple, on a knoll about 150 feet south of the brick house.
    On the William S. Ward farm west of the Guilderland road about 150 feet northwest of the house.
    On the old Pangburn farm, late Isaac Wemple about 500 feet west of the house and 20 feet south of the road.
    On the old VanPatten farm 300 feet west of the house on the east bank of the Normanskill creek on a knoll. Now Kesebergh farm 1939.

  • TOWN OF DUANESBURGH, SCHENECTADY COUNTY, N. Y.
    On the old Abram Wemple farm, late J.K. Wemple about 300 yards west of the house, enclosed by a fence are twenty-two stones.
    On the Garret Waldron farm 150 feet southwest of the house are seven stones.
    On the old Vought farm late Rufus Crounse, about 600 feet southeast of the house on a knoll enclosed by a stone wall.
    On the John Alexander Ferguson farm about 450 feet east of the house under an elm tree were sixteen field stones on the north side of the Western Turnpike. No inscriptions.

  • TOWN OF PRINCETOWN, SCHENECTADY COUNTY, N.Y.
    Private Cemetary, Route 7 Duanesburgh, N.Y., on farm owned (as of 1938) by F.D. Siegel.
    Princetown Reformed Church Cemetery 1936.

    Galupville Cemetery, Schoharie County, N.Y.

    Slate Hill Cemetery, Sharon, Schoharie County, N.Y.

    On the old Peter Frederick farm southwest of Sharon Hill, N.Y. A little distance north of the barn.

  • IN THE VILLAGE OF FONDA, N.Y.
    On the old Fonda farm just east and outside of the Fair ground race track close to the Mohawk river.

  • CONQUEST, NEW YORK, CEMETERY

  • D.A.R. records Vol. 82 page 166.

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    "slaves"

    "slaves"

    "slaves"

    "slaves"

    "slaves"

    "slaves"

    A

    Abbott, Asa

    Abbott, Ira

    Abbott, Maria E.

    Achampaugh, Mary Ann

    Acker, Francis X.

    Apple, Nancy

    Auchampaugh, Mary

    Auchempaugh, Margaret

    B

    Badgley, Anna

    Baird, Francis

    Banker, Catharine

    Barckley, Gertrude

    Barckley, Michael

    Barkhuff, Mary Elizabeth

    Bearup, Catharine

    Bearup, J.

    Bearup, T.

    Becker

    Becker, Catharine

    Becker, Jonathan

    Becker, Jonathan

    Becker, Peter

    Beebe, Elizabeth

    Beebe, Elizabeth

    Beebe, Hannah

    Beebe, Mary

    Beebe, Sally H.

    Beebe, Thomas

    Beebe, Timothy

    Bell, Elizabeth

    Benton, Thomas

    Berkle, E.L.

    Berkle, Margaret A.

    Beyer, Mrs.

    Beyer, Nicholas

    Bloomendall

    Bloomendall, Judith Maas

    Bogert, Elizabeth

    Bond, Andre S.

    Boutenhouse

    Boynton, Albert

    Bradshaw, Catharine M.

    Bradshaw, Hannah

    Bradshaw, John

    Bradshaw, Margaret E.

    Bradt, Alida

    Bradt, Deborah

    Bradt, Frederick

    Bradt, Margaret

    Bragham, Cornelias

    Braugham, Aaron

    Braugham, Catharine Angelica

    Braugham, James

    Braugham, Margaret

    Braugham, William J.

    Brewer, James

    Brewer, Johnathan

    Brewer, William

    Briggs, Sarah J.

    Brougham, Elizabeth

    Brougham, Elizabeth

    Brougham, Elizabeth

    Brougham, John

    Brougham, John

    Brougham, John I.

    Brougham, Magdalene

    Brougham, Margaret

    Brougham, Mary H.

    Brumachim, Mary

    Brunk, Catharine

    Brunk, Catherine

    Brunk, Edgar

    Brunk, Elizabeth

    Brunk, Elizabeth

    Brunk, Elizabeth

    Brunk, Henry

    Brunk, Maria

    Brunk, Nicholas

    Brunk, Nicholas J.

    Bryant, Anna E.

    Bullock, EIlen

    C

    Carpenter, Catharine

    Carpenter, Elias

    Carpenter, Malvina

    Chadwick, Susan Hester

    Chism, Catharine E.

    Chism, Magdaline

    Clapper, Mary

    Clapper, Peter

    Clay, Sarah

    Colliton, Anna

    Combs, Jane

    Covine

    Crounse

    Crounse, Anna Barbara

    Crounse, Darius

    Crounse, E.

    Crounse, Eleanor

    Crounse, Elizabeth Augusta

    Crounse, Ella Jane

    Crounse, Frederick

    Crounse, Frederick

    Crounse, Frederick

    Crounse, Henrietta

    Crounse, Jacob

    Crounse, Jacob

    Crounse, James Augustus

    Crounse, John

    Crounse, John A.

    Crounse, John D.

    Crounse, John P.

    Crounse, Lydia

    Crounse, Maria Barbara

    Crounse, Nicholos

    Crounse, Philip

    Crounse, Philip

    Crounse, William

    Curry, Elizabeth Jan

    D

    Darrow, Marion

    Dayton, Jane Eliza

    Deforest, Martha

    Deforest, Mrs. Jacob

    Deforest, Sarah

    Degraff, Rebecca

    Dellemont

    Dellemont, Jacob

    Dellemont, John

    Dellemont, Margaret Eliz.

    Dellemont, Nancy

    Dellemont, Rebecca

    Dennison, Nancy

    Dollar, Anna

    Dollar, Margaret

    Donias, Lewis H.

    Douglas, Isabell

    Dunn Jr., James

    Dunn, Christopher

    Dunn, James

    Dunn, John

    Dunn, Richard G.

    Dupuy, Sarah

    Dutcher ,Walter

    Dutcher, Edwin

    Dutcher, Elizabeth

    Dutcher, Emmett

    Dutcher, Jacob

    Dutcher, Jacob

    Dyer

    E

    Eaton, Ruth

    Eldridge, Ada

    Eldridge, Alva

    Eldridge, Nathaniel

    F

    Fairlee, Jeremiah

    Fairlee, William

    Feek, Elizabeth

    Ferguson, Alexander

    Ferguson, Alice

    Ferguson, Ann

    Ferguson, Arvilla

    Ferguson, Duncan

    Ferguson, Duncan

    Ferguson, Eliza J.

    Ferguson, Elizabeth

    Ferguson, Evaline C.

    Ferguson, Genet

    Ferguson, Hanna

    Ferguson, Helen Marg.

    Ferguson, James

    Ferguson, James

    Ferguson, Jennete

    Ferguson, Jennette

    Ferguson, John

    Ferguson, John

    Ferguson, John

    Ferguson, John

    Ferguson, Martha Washington

    Ferguson, Mary

    Ferguson, Mary

    Ferguson, Robert

    Ferguson, Samuel

    Ferguson, Susan

    Ferguson, Thomas

    Fetterly, I.

    Fetterly, Margaret

    Fonda, Catharine

    Fonda, Catharine Ann

    Fonda, Caty

    Fonda, Douw

    Fonda, Douw J.

    Fonda, Douwe

    Fonda, Henry I.

    Fonda, John

    Fonda, Rachel

    Fowler, Rebecca

    Fredendall, Mary A.

    Frederick, Catharine

    Frederick, Catharine E.

    Frederick, Christopher

    Frederick, David

    Frederick, Elizabeth

    Frederick, Elizabeth

    Frederick, Ellen M.

    Frederick, Esther

    Frederick, George

    Frederick, Getty

    Frederick, Henry

    Frederick, Henry M.

    Frederick, Isaac

    Frederick, James C.

    Frederick, Josiah

    Frederick, Margaret L.

    Frederick, Mathias

    Frederick, Mathias M.

    Frederick, Michael

    Frederick, Michael

    Frederick, Michael

    Frederick, Michael G.

    Frederick, Michael S.

    Frederick, Michael S.

    Frederick, Peter P.

    Frederick, Sally

    Frederick, Susanna

    Fryer, John

    Fuller, Catharine

    Furbeck, Edward M.

    Furbeck, George

    Furbeck, Jeremiah

    Furbeck, John

    Furbeck, Mary Ann

    Furbeck, Peter

    Furbeck, Peter Winne

    Furbeck, William H.

    G

    Gage, Lorena

    Gage, Martha

    Gage, Wesson

    Gallup, Elizabeth

    Gaskin, Abigail

    Gifford Jr., Thomas

    Gifford, A.

    Gifford, Alexander

    Gifford, Alexander

    Gifford, Ann Eliza

    Gifford, Hannah

    Gifford, Hannah

    Gifford, Jenneatte

    Gifford, Mary Jane

    Gifford, William

    Grandin, Mary

    Grant, George

    Gray, Catharine

    Gray, Caty Ann

    Gray, Elizabeth

    Gray, Garret

    Gray, Hannah

    Gray, Isabel

    Gray, Peter

    Gray, Phoeba Ann

    Gray, Robert

    Gray, Robert E.

    Gray, Robert S.

    Gray, Sarah

    Gray, Sarah Ann

    Gray, Susan

    Grote, Simon

    H

    Hall, David B.

    Hall, George W.

    Hall, Olive

    Hallenbeck, Nicholas

    Hallenbeck, Nicholas

    Hallenbeck, Peter W.

    Hammond, Sarah E.

    Hanes, Lovina,

    Hannay, Soloman

    Hardenburgh, Jacob

    Hardenburgh, Judy

    Hars, H.

    Hartwick, Nancy

    Henderson, Betsey

    Henion, Henry

    Hildebrandt, Hattie J.

    Hillman, Anna

    Hilton, Appalona

    Hochstrasser, Eve

    Hotaling

    Hover, Victor

    Howard, Robert Hurst

    Hungerford, William

    Hunt, Bemsle

    Hunt, Eunice

    Hyser, Charles

    J

    Johnson, Harriet

    Johnson, Jane Ann

    Jones, Alvah

    Jones, Amos

    Jones, Arthur H.

    Jones, Asenath

    Jones, Drusilla

    Jones, Roger

    K

    Kaley Jr., Christian

    Kaley Sr., Christian

    Kaley, Adam

    Kaley, Ann Eliza

    Kaley, Catharine

    Kaley, Christian

    Kaley, Elida

    Kaley, Elizabeth

    Kaley, Ellen

    Kaley, Eve Rosanna

    Kaley, George

    Kaley, George

    Kaley, John

    Kaley, Lizzie

    Kaley, Margaret

    Kaley, Maria

    Kaley, Maria

    Kaley, Rebecca

    Kaley, Susan

    Kaloy, Susan

    Keenholts

    Keenholts, Andrew

    Keenholts, Anna Maria

    Keenholts, Bernard

    Keenholts, Christopher

    Keenholts, Christopher

    Keenholts, Christopher

    Keenholts, Elizabeth

    Keenholts, Elizabeth

    Keenholts, Frederick B.

    Keenholts, George B.

    Keenholts, Hannah

    Keenholts, Maria

    Keenholts, Mary

    Keenholts, Mary

    Keenholts, Nicholas

    Kersenaar, Christina

    Kidnie, I.

    Kilmer, William H.

    Kipp, Igness

    Kipp, John J.

    Kittle

    L

    Lagrange

    Lagrange, Abram C.

    Lagrange, Christian C.

    Lagrange, Christian I.

    Lagrange, James M.

    Lagrange, Jemima

    Lagrange, Julia

    Lagrange, Myndert

    Lagrange, Myndert

    Lagrange, Peter D.

    Lagrange, Susannah

    Lainhart

    Lainhart

    Lainhart

    Lainhart

    Lainhart, George

    Lainhart, Henry S.

    Lainhart, John

    Lainhart, John

    Lainhart, Lany

    Lainhart, Margaret

    Lainhart, Michael

    Lainhart, Simeon

    Lee, Benjamin

    Lewis, Ann

    Lewis, Barent

    Lewis, Frances

    Lewis, Jacob

    Lewis, John

    Lindsey, Maria

    Livingston, Elizabeth

    Livingston, Eve

    Livingston, Jane

    Livingston, John H.

    Livingston, Peter

    Livingston, Peter J.

    Longthorn, George

    M

    Man, Susannah

    Mann, Margaret

    Mason, G.

    McCollom, Agnes

    McDonald, Elizabeth

    McDonald, Frederick

    McDonald, H.

    McDonald, Hannah

    McDonald, J.

    McDonald, J. A.

    McDonald, J.J.

    McDonald, James

    McDonald, Maria

    McGown, Elizabeth

    McH, N.

    McMichael, Alexander

    McMichael, Rebecca

    McMullen, Emily V.

    Merkle, Mary M.

    Mesick, Maria

    Mesick, Mary Agnes

    Milbank, Juliet

    Miller, Catharine

    Miller, Caty

    Miller, Elizabeth

    Miller, James

    Miller, Laney

    Miller, Maggie

    Miller, Margaret

    Miller, Margaret

    Miller, Margaret

    Miller, Margaret

    Miller, Peter

    Moak, Nellie

    Moore, Anna

    Moore, Anna M.

    Moore, Catharine

    Moore, John

    Myers, Elizabeth

    N

    Nichols, Elizabeth

    Nickels, William James

    Niver, Jakie D.

    O

    Ogsbury, David

    Ogsbury, David

    Ogsbury, Elizabeth

    Ogsbury, Mary

    Ogsbury, Peter

    Oliver, Conrad

    Oliver, Garret

    Oliver, Stephen

    Orlup, Elizabeth

    Orlup, Henry F.

    Osterman, Christian

    Osterman, Elizabeth

    Ostrander

    Ostrander

    Ostrander, Catharine

    Ostrander, Catharine

    Ostrander, Catharine

    Ostrander, Charles

    Ostrander, Christina

    Ostrander, Grant

    Ostrander, Hannah

    Ostrander, Jacob

    Ostrander, James

    Ostrander, Jemima

    Ostrander, John

    Ostrander, Laura

    Ostrander, Leah

    Ostrander, Margaret

    Ostrander, Margaret Jane

    Ostrander, Mary

    Ostrander, Peter J.

    Ostrander, Peter S.

    Ostrander, Samuel

    Ostrander, William

    Ouderkirk, Jacob

    Ouderkirk, Mary

    P

    Pangburn

    Pangburn, Abram

    Pangburn, Alexander

    Pangburn, Caroline

    Pangburn, David

    Pangburn, Dorothy E.

    Pangburn, Elida

    Pangburn, Elizabeth

    Pangburn, Elizabeth Ann

    Pangburn, Fannie

    Pangburn, Helcha

    Pangburn, Helen

    Pangburn, Helen

    Pangburn, John

    Pangburn, John N.

    Pangburn, Margaret

    Pangburn, Maria

    Pangburn, Mary

    Pangburn, Nicholas

    Pangburn, Sarah E.

    Pangburn, William

    Pangburn, William W.

    Pangburn, William W.

    Parker, Jane

    Passage Jr., George

    Passage, Alexander

    Passage, Daniel

    Passage, George

    Passage, George

    Passage, George B.

    Passage, George G.

    Passage, Maria

    Passage, Thomas D.

    Phelps, Isabel

    Phelps, Joseph

    Pike, S. Nelson

    Pratt, David

    Pratt, David H.

    Pratt, Frances H.

    Pratt, Leah Lucinda

    Purbeck, Eve Eliza

    Putman, Cornelia

    Q

    Quackenbush, Jacob

    Quackenbush, Jacob

    Quackenbush, John

    Quackenbush, Malinda

    Quackenbush, Mary

    R

    Rau

    Reed, Jeremiah

    Reelman

    Relyea, Albert

    Relyea, Daniel

    Relyea, Jane Maria

    Relyea, John P.

    Relyea, Levi

    Relyea, Lucretia

    Relyea, Peter D.

    Relyea, Simon

    Rockefeller, Catharine Ann

    Rollings, Nancy

    Rosekrans, Phoeba

    Rutter, Mary

    S

    Saddlemire, Evina

    Salisbury, Henry

    Schermerhorn, Johanna

    Schoonmaker, James W.

    Schoonmaker, John

    Schoonmaker, Maria

    Schrader, Elizabeth

    Schwartz, Anna Maria

    Scott, Catharine

    Scrafford

    Scrafford, Adaline

    Scrafford, Adaline

    Scrafford, Andrew

    Scrafford, Andrew

    Scrafford, Ann Eliza

    Scrafford, Anna

    Scrafford, Caroline

    Scrafford, Catharine

    Scrafford, Catharine E.

    Scrafford, Charles

    Scrafford, George

    Scrafford, George A.

    Scrafford, George G.

    Scrafford, George G.

    Scrafford, Jacob

    Scrafford, Lawrence

    Scrafford, Maria

    Scrafford, Mary Ann

    Scrafford, Mary Ann

    Scrafford, Mary M.

    Scrafford, Michael

    Scrafford, Robert

    Scrafford, Sally

    Searls, Caty Maria

    Severson, Christina

    Severson, Elizabeth

    Severson, Elizabeth

    Severson, Elizabeth

    Severson, Eve

    Severson, Frederick

    Severson, Frederick

    Severson, George

    Severson, Gitty

    Severson, John N.

    Severson, Nicholas

    Severson, Nicholas

    Severson, Philip J.

    Severson, Sarah

    Sharp

    Sharp, Andrew

    Sharp, Andrew

    Sharp, Gilbert

    Sharp, Gilbert

    Sharp, Hannah

    Sharp, Hezekiah

    Sharp, John

    Sharp, Nicholas

    Sharp, Peter A.

    Shaver, Catharine

    Shaver, Henry

    Shaver, Henry C.

    Shaver, Margaret

    Shearman, Job

    Shearman, Margaret

    Shell, G.

    Shell, George

    Shell, George H.

    Shell, Maria

    Showdy, Daniel C.

    Shrader, Michael

    Siegel, Fred

    Simmons, Philip

    Sitterly, Catharine

    Sitterly, Jemima

    Sitterly, Margaret

    Sitterly, Mark

    Sitterly, Marks

    Slingerland, Douw T.

    Slingerland, Helen

    Slingerland, Mary Ann

    Slingerland, Peter

    Slingerland, Teunis

    Smith, Catharine

    Smith, Elizabeth

    Smith, Henry

    Smith, Henry

    Smith, Jacob

    Smith, Jonas

    Smith, Lucinda

    Smith, Lucretia

    Smith, P.

    Smith, Patience

    Snyder, Adam

    Snyder, Deborah

    Snyder, Deborah

    Snyder, Elizabeth

    Snyder, George H.

    Snyder, Hannah

    Snyder, Hannah

    Snyder, Henry

    Snyder, James

    Snyder, John

    Snyder, Martha Jane

    Snyder, Sarah

    Spideler, Mary

    Springer, Henrietta

    Springer, Sarah

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