GUIDE TO THE CEMETERIES OF GREENE COUNTY

By Lawrence V. Rickard, 1993;
edited by J. Palmer, 2018

 

NOTICE: individual cemetery inventories can be ordered for $20 from the historical SOCIETy in most cases. Inventories are also available to examine free on-site during open hours. Contact the Vedder Library’s archivist with requests.

All the known cemeteries of Greene County are listed here under the name of the Town in which they are located. If the Vedder Library has a copy of some or all of the gravestone inscriptions in that cemetery, the volume and page numbers in the Greene County Cemeteries inventory where the copy occurs is given. Some cemeteries have not yet been inventoried, some copies are incomplete, and other cemeteries have been copied more than once. If done more than once, the best or most complete listing is given in boldface. Many of these cemeteries have been located, and the list number of each cemetery usually correlates to a marked location on a county map filed at the Vedder Research Library which has not yet been digitized. Please note that the overwhelming majority of these cemeteries stand on private land, and permission from property owners should be sought before seeking out gravesites.

 

ASHLAND CEMETERIES

1. WEST SETTLEMENT CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 10.
On south side of Beigel Road, 0.1 mile southeast of West Settlement. Complete copy KVVP 1987.

2. SUTTON HOLLOW CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 19.
About 0.1 mile south of County Route 10, 0.2 mile east of junction with Sutton Hollow Road (County Route 15). Complete copy KVVP 1987.

3. CATHOLIC CHURCH CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 16, 85.
East side of small Catholic church located on the north side of State Route 23, 1. 8 miles west of Ashland. Complete copy JVVV 1929.

 4. ASHLAND CEMETERY: No copy
North side of State Route 23, midway between Ashland and Windham, 0. 75 miles east of East Ashland, near Brandywine Restaurant.

 

ATHENS CEMETERIES

1. CHAPPEL CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 1; Vol XII, pg. 64, 179.
Near Limestreet, along Cold Spring Road (County Route 49), north of Schoharie Turnpike, near northern boundary of the Town. Also known as Limestreet Cemetery. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

2. RUSHMORE CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 20; Vol XII, pg. 63; Vol VIII, pg. 91.
East side of State Route 9W, 0.2-0.3 miles north of Catskill-Athens Town line. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also GHC & JVVV 1929.

3. FRIENDS CEMETERY in MT. HOPE CEMETERY: Vol IV, pgs. 2, 4, 6;Vol VIII, pg. 12, 13.
In the village of Athens. Complete copy NMMcK 1932; also ADB 1968; also ESM 1983.

4. MT. HOPE CEMETERY: Vol XIV and XV;Vol IV, pg. 7; Vol VIII, pg. 11, 14.
In the village of Athens. Map on file by L. Stacey at Vedder Research Library under “Athens.” Full inventory completed by Sharon Palmateer. 

5. ATHENS RURAL CEMETERY: Vol XVI; Vol IV, pg. 7; Vol III, pg. 12, 13.
In the Village of Athens. Complete copy by Sharon Palmateer.

6. VAN LOAN - FOWKS CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 13.
About 0.1-0.2 miles north of Schoharie Turnpike and 0.1-0.2 miles east of Flats Road, northeast of the junction of these two roads. Complete copy RB & WE 1985.

7. ALANSON VAIL CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 21.
A single stone found in a gully above Leeds. Complete copy NAP 1930-40.

8. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
A short distance west of Flats Road Extension, 0.5 miles north of junction with Leeds-Athens Road (County Route 74).

9. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
A second cemetery a short distance north of #8 above is shown on Beers 1867 Atlas. Beers shows both #8 and #9 cemeteries.

10. GROOM CEMETERY: Vol XIII. 
East of Howard Hall Road (County Rt. 53), 0.5 miles north of the junction with State Route 385, southwest of Athens.

11. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
Beers 1867 Atlas shows a cemetery east of State Route 385 about 0.5 miles north of the bridge over Murderers Creek, north of Athens.

12. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
Beers 1867 Atlas shows a cemetery on the top of the hill(?) on the west side of State Route 9W, about 0.6 mile south of the junction ofSchoharie Turnpike with State Route 9W.

13. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
Beers 1867 Atlas shows a cemetery about 0.2 mile east of Old Green Lake Road (now a dead end road), at a point about 0.6 mile south of junction with Schoharie Turnpike.

14. HALLENBECK CEMETERY: Vol XIII.
Beers 1867 Atlas shows a cemetery several hundred feet east of State Route 9W at a point about 0. 6 miles north of the junction of State Route 9W and Schoharie Turnpike.

15. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
Beers 1867 Atlas shows a cemetery on the north side of the northern part of Mud Lane, 0.1 mile west of the junction with Flats Road and just south of the Athens Town Line. Six or seven stones, most have fallen; cemetery in very bad condition.

16. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
Beers 1867 Atlas shows a cemetery about 0.1 mile east of County Route 57 (Farm to Market Road) at a point about 0.2 mile south of the Athens Town Line. This cemetery is on the Sleepy Hollow Lake development and has been cleared and fenced.

17. VAN HOESEN/VAN VALKENBURG CEMETERY: No copy.
Cemetery lies in the woods above the intersection of Forest Lake Rd. and Valley Rd. just east of Green Lake. Full inventory completed by Sylvia Hasenkopf.

CAIRO CEMETERIES

1. ALLERTON - LAKES MILLS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 21; Vol XII, pg. 145,153.
On the northeast side of the road from Cairo to Greenville Center (Mills Road, County Route 41), north of Cairo, in valley of the Bakkers Kill, south of intersection with Caniff Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

2. BLACKMAR CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 24; Vol VIII, pg. 59.
East of Ira Vail Road, 0.3 mile north of South Cairo on the north side of Garcia Lane. Also known as Van Deusen Cemetery. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

3. FIRST GAYHEAD CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 25; Vol IV, pg. 17, 18; Vol XIII, pg. 35.
Southeast of Gayhead, on south side of Ira Vail Road, slightly west of Spahmer Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

4. SOLOMON EARL CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 27, 46; Vol XII, pg. 221.
On the south side of the Joseph Kollar Road, 0.5 mile west of the junction with Sandy Plains Road (County Route 67), south of Gayhead. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also WAC.

5. PARKS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 27.
In pasture, southeast of Gayhead in Jackass Hollow, possibly along Ira Vail Road, or Deyo Road, or along Schoharie Turnpike. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

6. ROUND TOP VILLAGE CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 28.
On south side of South Road, 0.2 mile east of village of Round Top. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

7. SANDY PLAIN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 42.
East side of Ira Vail Road, short distance north of intersection with Sandy Plains Road, 0.8 miles north of South Cairo. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

8. HAIGHT - YOUMANS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 46; Vol XII, pg. 143
About 1.2 miles west of Gayhead, on Mead Allerton farm, on south side of Schoharie Turnpike, at top of slope descending into stream valley. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also WAC.

9. SMITH - BUTLER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 47.
Two miles east of Gayhead along south side of Schoharie Turnpike, just east of intersection with Webber Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

10. UNION CHURCH CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 48; Vol II, pg. 35.
On east side of Rudolph Weir Road, 0.2 mile south of Schoharie Turnpike at "Gothic Corners," a four corners about 2.5 miles east of Gayhead. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also KVVP 1987.

11. CAIRO CEMETERY: Vol V, pg. 1.
North side of Durham Road, in western portion of the village of Cairo. Incomplete, records 1887 to 1936 only, KVVP 1989-90.

12. WOODSTOCK CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 39. North side of Frank Hitchcock Road, 0.1 mile west of State Route 32, south of Woodstock dam. Complete copy KVVP 1986.

13. WEEKS CEMETERY:Vol IV, pg. 19; Vol VIII,pg. 83, 97.
East of Indian Ridge Road, between Harold Meyers Road and Middlefield Road. Complete copy HMV 1941.

14. ACRA VILLAGE CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 9, 55.
East side of Roosevelt Avenue (County Route 31), Acra village. Probably complete copy JVVV 1931.

 15. TAYLOR CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 63.
On north side of State Route 145, 0.1 mile west of Morehouse Road and opposite the lake, just east of Cairo-Durham Town line. Also known as the cemetery at Stryker's Gate Schoolhouse, Durham Turnpike. Complete copy GHC & PD 1929.

16. BEDELL CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 78
Family plot on Aratoga Hill, east of Cairo. Complete copy KVVP 1931.
 

CATSKILL CEMETERIES

1. ABEEL CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 53; Vol XI, pg. 8; Vol VIII, pg. 56.
Off State Route 23A, a New York State Historical Marker at entrance to property. See also #61, Second Abeel Cemetery. Complete copy JSR 1940-60'; also DS & WS.

2. BURGET CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 53.
On extension of Broome Street (Embought Road), in the Embought, on property of U. Iten, a stone was plowed up. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

3. BARRINGER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 53; Vol XI, pg. 56.
On the east(?) side of Grove School Road, about 0.75 miles north of State Route 23A, about 0.25 mile south of Ufferts Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

4. BADEAU CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 54; Vol XI, pg. 50; Vol VIII, pg. 59.
West side of Old Kings Road (County Route 47), about one mile south of the Town of Catskill Tool House on State Route 23A, former Badeau Farm. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

5. JACOB S. BLOOM CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 55; Vol XI, pg. 15.
On south side of State Route 23A, several hundred feet west of Bethel Convalescent Home, east of Kiskatom. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

6. JACOB B. BLOOM CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 56; Vol XI, pg. 11; Vol VIII, pg. 50.
On west side of State Route 32, 0.5 miles north of Kiskatom Reformed Church and several hundred feet from the highway. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

7. BRANT CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 56; Vol XI, pg. 51; Vol IV, pg. 23; Vol VIII, pg. 81.
On Clarence Van Ziel property, on Paul Horn Road, west of Thruway and Cauterskill Road (County Route 47). Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

8. BRITT CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 57; Vol XI, pg. 40; Vol IV, pg. 25.
On northwest corner of the intersection of State Routes 23A and 32, called Story’s Corners. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

9. BUCKMAN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 57; Vol XI, pg. 5; Vol VIII, pg. 84.
West side of Grove School Road, Buckman property, 0.2 mile south of Cauterskill Road, east of Lawrenceville. Includes Solomon Overbaugh Plot. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

10. CHIDESTER-ROUSE CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 58; Vol XI, pg. 35; Vol VIII, pg. 85.
Southwest of intersection of Bethel Ridge Road and Cairo Junction Road (County Route 46). Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

11. CRAPSER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 59; Vol XI, pg. 39.
On the Cauterskill-Lawrenceville Road, on Wm. L. Lasher farm, quite a way back of house, about one mile east of State Route 32. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

12. CUNNINGHAM-OVERBAUGH CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 59; Vol XI, pg. 52.
Former George Lindsay property, north of Grove Schoolhouse, northeast of house on a hill, back in the woods. On east side of Grove School road about 0.75 miles north of State Route 23A. Complete copy JSR 1940-?0; also DS & WS.

13. PETER DEDERICK CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 60; Vol XI, pg. 29.
On the south side of High Falls road, seve~ hundred feet west of junction with Old Kings Road (County Route 47). Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

14. PETER ZACHARIAH DEDERICK CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 61; Vol XI, pg. 4.
On old William Dederick Farm, west of Old Kings Road (County Route 47), one mile south of the Town of Catskill Tool House on State Route 23A. Cemetery is southeast of Abeel house across Kaaterskill Creek. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS. 

15. DEDERICK CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 61.
Near Alsen, along State Route 9W, west of the Lehigh Cement Plant, up on the hill. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

16. DUBOIS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 62; Vol XI, pg. 99; Vol VIII, pg. 79.
In Village of Catskill, off a dirt road, extension of Grandview Avenue. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

17. SAMUEL DUBOIS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 64; Vol XI, pg. 73.
In field back of Walter Decker home, Cauterskill Road (County Route 47), 0.25 mile west of the Cauterskill-Leeds bridge. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

18. EGGNER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 64; Vol XI, pg. 62.
About 0.25 miles north of Carson City and about 0.25 mile west of State Route 32, north of Lawrenceville, Tilman Foster property. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

19. FIERO CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 64; Vol XI, pg. 2.
East of Catskill Town Tool House, just off State Route 23A, on the old Fiero-farm. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

20. FINCH - WOLVEN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 65; Vol XI, pg. 34; Vol VIII, pg. 84.
East side of Five Mile Woods Road, 0.3 mile north of Bethel Ridge Road, south of State Route 23, north of Cauterskill Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

21. GARDNER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 65; Vol XI, pg. 76; Vol VIII, pg. 63.
North of Alsen, along east side of State Route 9W, at North American (now Independent) Cement Plant. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS; also GHC & EC 1929.

22. GOETSCHUIS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 66; Vol XI, pg. 93.
On portion of Old Kings Road, 0.25 miles north of Browns Crossing, west of State Route 9W, north of Catskill Village. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

23. GOODWIN-WYNKOOP CEMETERY Vol VII, pg. 67; Vol XI, pg. 57.
West side of Manorville Road, in south portion of Palenville Village. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

24. HAINES CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 68; Vol XI, pg. 26.
Along State Route 23A, on Engelhardt property, one mile east of Palenville. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

25. HOLDRIDGE CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 68; Vol XI, pg. 80.
On the west side of State Route 32, about 0.5 mile south of the intersection with Cairo Junction road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

26. JOHNSON CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 68; Vol XI, pg. 6; Vol VIII, pg. 52.
About 0.5 miles north of State Route 23A, east side of Grove Schoolhouse Road, north of Grove Schoolhouse, on former Grant farm, north of house on a knoll in woods. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

27. JONES CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 68; Vol XI, pg. 61.
Along State Route 32, about 0.25 miles north of Carson City and about 0.25 miles west of State Route 32. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

28. LASHER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 69; Vol XI, pg. 63.
About 0.5 mile west of the Green School House (one mile north of Greene-Ulster County line) on Old Kings Road (County Route 47), near High Falls, on property of Anna Cowley. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

29. LAWRENCE CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 69; Vol XI, pg. 38.
Among a group of trees a few hundred feet west of junction of Game Farm Road and Route 32. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

30. LAYMAN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 69; Vol XI, pg. 84; Vol VIII, pg. 81.
On the Frank Lane farm, east side of Vedder Mountain Road, at the south end of the road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

31. MARTIN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 69; Vol XI, pg. 28.
On Old Kings Road (County Route 47), 0.5 miles north of Catskill Town Tool House on State Route 23A, Cauterskill. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

32. MARTIN - SCALES CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 70; Vol XI, pg. 101.
Along State Route 9W, in lot east of the railroad, about one mile north of the North American (now Independent) Cement Plant, probably south of junction with Embought Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

33. MOWER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 70; Vol XI, pg. 37; Vol VIII, pg. 78.
Along Bogart Road, on former Scribner property, at fork of road, west of Kiskatom Church on State Route 32. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

34. MYER-CLUM CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 70; Vol XI, pg. 32.
At south end of Mossy Hill road, on land of On-Ti-Ora Girls Camp, north of High Falls. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

35. SECOND MARTIN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 71; Vol XI, pg. 74; Vol VIIIpg. 77.
On Charles Anderson farm, Cauterskill Road, 0.25 miles east of the Cauterskill-Leeds bridge. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

36. OVERBAUGH-EVERITT CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 71; Vol XI, pg. 77; Vol VIII, pg. 89.
In a field, east of "The Kykuit," on Embought Road, short distance south of Catskill Village line. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

37. PLANK CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 72; Vol XI, pg. 83; Vol VIII, pg. 53.
East of Vedder Mountain Road, on Shetland farm. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS. 

38. MACK CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 73; Vol XI, pg. 3; Vol VIII, pg. 86.
Plot on former Percy Holmes farm, several hundred feet east of Old Kings Road (County Route 47), on Mack farm, two miles south of the Town of Catskill Tool House on State Route 23A. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

39. PALMER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 73; Vol XI, pg. 85; Vol IV, pg. 24; Vol VIII, pg. 78
On east side of Leeds-Cauterskill Road (County Route 47), south of Leeds, former property of Palmer, about 0.75 miles north of the Cauterskill bridge. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

40. CHARLES POST CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 74.
Embought Road, south of Catskill village. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

41. IRA ROW CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 74.
Near Round Top. Complete copy JSR 1940-60 

42. ROWE CEMETERY Vol VII, pg. 74; Vol XI, pg. 22.
On property of Edward Kelly, possibly on or near Hideaway Road, west of State Route 32. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

43. SAILE-ABEEL CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 75; Vol XI, pg. 64; Vol VIII, pg. 6.
In woods on east side of State Route 32, slightly north of Greene-Ulster County line. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS 1963. 

44. SALISBURY CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 79; Vol XI, pg. 96.
North side of State Route 23B, 0.5 mile west of Leeds bridge. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also OS & WS.

45. SAX-LINZEY CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 80; Vol XI, pg. 24; Vol VIII, pg. 67.
Northeast of Catskill Game Farm on Game Farm Road, west of State Route 32, former Linzey property. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

46. JOHANS SAX CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 82; Vol XI, pg. 91; Vol VIII, pg. 77.
South of Catskill Village and 0.5 mile east of State Route 9W, east of site of Sax house formerly 0.75 miles north of junction with Brick School House Road. On same ridge as Post Brothers junk yard and about 0.25 mile south of it. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

47. JOSEPH SAX CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 82; Vol XI, pg. 41; Vol VIII, pg. 50, 51.
At rear of Kiskatom Fire House, south of Kiskatom Church, along State Route 32. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS; also JVVV 1930.

48. TRUMPBOUR-ANDERSON CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 83; Vol XI, pg. 95; Vol VIII, pg. 21.
South of Catskill Village, east of State Route 9W, in northeast corner of Post Brothers junkyard. Between Landon Road (in south part of Catskill Village) and State Route 9W. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

49. ORVILL SAXE CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 84; Vol XI, pg. 21.
On former Sax farm on Mountain Turnpike Road at foot of the mountain, south of the house, across the Stony Brook. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

50. JACOB TIMMERMAN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 84; Vol XI, pg. 48.
On west side of Hearts Content Road, 0.7 miles from State Route 32, in woods on hill several hundred feet behind Munson Place. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

51. NICHOLAS TIMMERMAN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 85; Vol XI, pg. 9.
Back of first barn on left, on west side of Hearts Content Road, 0.25 mile northwest of Lawrenceville, on State Route 32. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS. 

52. TRUMPBOUR-VANSCHAICK CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 86; Vol XI, pg. 102.
Lehigh Cement Company property, west side of State Route 9W, near Alsen, top of hill in woods. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

53. VAN BRAMER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 86; Vol XI, pg. 18; Vol VIII, pg. 50.
Along State Route 32, several hundred feet south of Game Farm Road, south of Lawrenceville. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

54. VANORDEN-OVERBAGH CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 86; Vol XI, pg. 88.
In woods, on Magilton farm, east of Brick School House on State Route 9W and the railroad, north of Embought Road and south of Catskill Village. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

55. VAN ORDEN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 87; Vol XI, pg. 86.
Formerly in the Embought, on the very tip of Greene Point, on property of Whitehead Sand and Facing Company. This cemetery was moved to #79 Jefferson Rural Cemetery. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

56. VAN GELDER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 87; Vol XI, pg. 92.
On the old Van Gelder farm, west of Old Kings Road (County Route 47), about 0.5 miles south of junction with High Falls Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS. 

57. VAN KEURF-BRANDOW CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 88.
On Mower-Wolcott farm, Leeds-Cauterskill Road. The surname probably should be Van Keuren. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

58. WYNKOOP CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 88; Vol XI, pg. 89.
On Sommers farm, on the Embought Road, near stone house of William Wynkoop. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also DS & WS.

59. SCHOONMAKER-VAN LEUVEN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 88; Vol II, pg. 42.
West of State Route 9W in Lehigh Cement Plant Quarry. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also KVVP 1988.

60. CYRUS OVERBAUGH CEMETERY Vol XI, pg. 1; Vol VIII, pg. 86.
Formerly on the old Cyrus Overbaugh farm, on Old Kings Road (County Route 47), 0.3 miles north of the Town of Catskill Tool House on State Route 23A. Removed to #79 Jefferson Rural Cemetery. Complete copy DS & WS.

61. SECOND ABEEL CEMETERY Vol XI, pg. 7; Vol VIII, pg. 56.
On south side of State Route 23A, one mile west of Webber Bridge, on land of DeLeo. See also #1, Abeel Cemetery. Complete copy DS & WS.

62. SECOND LAYMAN CEMETERY Vol XI, pg. 17; Vol VIII, pg. 11.
East side of Under Hill Road, 0.1 mile south of junction of Under Hill Road and Cauterskill Road. Complete copy DS & WS.

63. ABRAM DEDERICK CEMETERY Vol XI, pg. 27; Vol VIII, pg. 76.
On Under Hill Road, 0.5 miles north of State Route 23A. Complete copy DS & WS. 

64. SECOND JACOB TIMERMAN CEMETERY Vol XI, pg. 31.
On High Falls Road, one mile from Old Kings Road (County Route 47), on land of Vernon June. Complete copy DS & WS.

65. SECOND CRAPSER CEMETERY Vol XI, pg. 33.
On west side of Five Mile Wood Road, a few hundred feet north of Cauterskill-Lawrenceville Road. Complete copy DS & WS.

66. LEEDS VILLAGE CEMETERY Vol XI, pg. 44; Vol VIII, pg. 52, 53.
In the northwestern portion of Leeds Village. Complete copy DS & WS. 

67. POST CEMETERY Vol XI, pg. 49; Vol VIII, pg. 76.
West side of Thruway, 0.75 mile south of Brick School House Road overpass. Complete copy DS & WS.

68. MAPLE GROVE CEMETERY Vol XI, pg. 59.
Behind and about 0.5 miles north of the Maple Grove House at Palenville and several hundred feet east of the Maple Grove House Road. Complete copy DS & WS.

69. PIERCE CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 60.
East side of Hearts Content Road about 0.75 miles north of State Route 32, away in the woods. Complete copy DS & WS. 

70. SECOND LASHER CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 75.
On the Whip-Or-Will farm, on Marywoods Road, south side of Palenville. Complete copy DS & WS.

71. LANE CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 79.
On the old Benjamin Lane farm on the Cauterskill-Lawrenceville Road, 0.25 miles east of the junction with Grove School Road. Complete copy DS & WS.

72. SECOND GARDNER CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 81.
East side of the High Falls Road, about one mile south of the Smith Mills Bridge. Complete copy DS & WS.

73. VEDDER CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 82; Vol IV, pg. 24; Vol VIII, pg. 81.
On former Wellington Vedder farm, on north end of Vedder Mountain Road, south of Leeds. Complete copy DS & WS.

74. HEERMANCE CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 87.
West of the Village of Catskill, at the west end of West Main Street Extension where it joins the Cauterskill Road. Complete copy DS & WS.

75 YOUNGS CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 90.
On old Youngs place, west side of State Route 9W, south of Catskill Village, about 50 feet north of the junction with Brick School House Road. Complete copy DS & WS.

76. SAXE CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 97.
On old Frederick Saxe farm, west side of Paul Saxe Road, 0.3 miles north of Ufferts Road. Complete copy DS & WS.

77. VAN VECHTEN CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 98; Vol VIII, pg. 70.
On a knoll behind the Van Vechten House, at the end of Suburban Way (Snake Road), Jefferson Heights. Complete copy DS & WS.

78. CATSKILL VILLAGE CEMETERY Vol I, pg. 1, 51; Vol VIII, pg. 17. On Thompson Street in the Village of Catskill. Complete copy MC 1931. See also “Order Book of I. H. Baldwin, Stonecutter.”

79. TOWN OF CATSKILL (JEFFERSON RURAL) CEMETERY: Vol VI, pg. 1; VolVIII, pg. 1.
North of State Route 23B, Jefferson Heights. Partial copy, older sections only, KVVP 1991-92.

80. PETER KEMP CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 43.
On the property of the Lehigh Cement Company, south of Catskill Village on State Route 9W. Complete copy KVVP 1988.

81. SECOND VEDDER CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 81.
Once located on Henry M. Vedder farm, in or near village of Leeds. Apparently, some or all were later moved to the Catskill Village Cemetery. Possibly incomplete.

82. PALENVILLE CEMETERY: Vol XIII, pg. 1.
Between State Routes 23A and 32A, east of their junction in Palenville. Complete copy EKP.

83. ST. PATRICKS CEMETERY: No copy.
In Jefferson Heights, at end of North Jefferson Avenue. 

84. TEMPLE ISRAEL CEMETERY: No copy.
In Jefferson Heights, on east side of North Jefferson Avenue. 

85. CATSKILL RURAL CEMETERY: Vol XIII.
In Jefferson Heights, on east side of North Jefferson Avenue. 

86. EDWARD P. MILLINGTON CEMETERY: Vol XI.
A single stone on the side of the road in front of a house on Brick Schoolhouse Road, off Old Kings Road (County Route 47). Complete copy KVVP.

87. HAMBURG ROAD CEMETERY: No copy.
Beers 1867 Atlas shows a cemetery on the east side of Hamburg Road, about one half the way from State Route 23 to the hamlet of Hamburg (where Hamburg Road ascends the hill).

 

COXSACKIE CEMETERIES

1. ADAMS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 89; Vol IV, pg. 61.
In West Coxsackie. Complete copy JSR 1940-60. 

2. BRANDOW-WALDRON CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 90; Vol XII, pg. 177.
East side of Surprise-Result Road, 0.1 mile northwest of Result, just east of Town line. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

3. EARLTON COMMUNITY CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 92; Vol IV, pg. 68; Vol VIII, pg. 41.
On south side of All Peats Road, east of junction with Honey Hollow Road, Butler property, northwest of Earlton. Also called Butler Cemetery, Honey Hollow Cemetery. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also RB & GP 1976.

4. DEDERICK CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 97; Vol XII, pg. 173.
On east side of Earlton Road (County Route 45), north of "Gothic Comers", a four comers on the Schoharie Turnpike about 2.5 miles east of Gayhead and 0.3 mile west of Potic Reservoir. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

5. FLANSBURGH CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 97.
Small plot north of Arthur Cornwell property, west of Earlton. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

6. HALLENBECK CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 98.
Small family plot in woods on the George M. White property, West Coxsackie. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

7. HALLENBECK - CLOUGH CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 98.
"Cross road, past Spoor Stone house, left side of road, West Coxsackie." Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

8. HALLENBECK - COLLERBERG CEMETERY Vol VII, pg. 99; Vol XII, pg. 1; Vol VIII, pg. 76;
On east side of Cold Spring Road (County Route 49), between Limestreet and State Route 9W. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also WAC.

9. THOMAS JACKSON CEMETERY Vol VII, pg. 99; Vol XII, pg. 179.
Northwest of Earlton off State Route 81. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also WAC. 

10. HALLENBECK - HOLLENBECK CEMETERY:Vol VII, pg. 100; Vol XII, pg. 196,Vol VIII, pg. 76.
Along State Route 9W, near Black Horse Inn. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also KVVP 1931; also WAC.

11. LAMPMAN CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 100; Vol XII, pg. 3.
Northwest of Earlton, on a knoll on the north side of State Route 81, slightly east of the junction with Sugar Loaf Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

12. WEBBER CEMETERY Vol VII, pg. 100.
On east side of Webber Road, 0.3 miles north of Schoharie Turnpike, between Gayhead and "Gothic Comers". Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

13. WHITBECK CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 102.
A few hundred feet east of Cold Spring Road (County Route 49), at a point 0.1 mile north of the Coxsackie Town Line, about 0.3-0.4 miles north of Chappel Cemetery. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

14. REED CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 77; Vol XII, pg. 54.
East side of State Route 385, south of Coxsackie. Complete copy FA & RB 1979; also WAC.

15. HOLLISTER CEMETERY. Vol II, pg. 46; Vol XII, pg. 111.
At triple junction of Cold Spring Road, Limestreet Road and High Hill Loop Road, northwest of the hamlet of Limestreet. Complete copy KVVP 1988; also WAC. 

16. SECOND LAMPMAN CEMETERY: Vol XII, pg. 221.
Behind farm house and barn, west side of State Route 385 between Adams Road and Beecher Road. Probably complete copy WAC.

17. COXSACKIE VILLAGE CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 29; Vol XII, pg. 306.
On Mansion Street, in Village of Coxsackie. Complete copy LSM 1986-87. 

18. CLIMAX CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 65.
Northeast side of Grapeville Road (County Route 26) and west of Scheller Road, north of the hamlet of Climax. Complete copy.

19. PARISH CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 76.
On New Street, Coxsackie. Complete copy. 

20. VANDENBERG CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 87.
Exact location unknown. Possibly on or near Vandenburgh Road. Probably complete copy GS 1935.

21. SPOOR CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 60.
Opposite Spoor stone house, on a knoll near a bridge over a brook on Flats Road, 0.2 mile from junction with Flint Mine Road. Complete copy RDV 1933.

22. RIVERSIDE CEMETERY: Vol XIV.
West side of Riverside Avenue, north of the Village of Coxsackie and just south of the Coxsackie-New Baltimore town line.

23. ST. MARY'S CEMETERY: Vol XV.
West side of State Route 385, south of Coxsackie. 

24. PETER BRONCK CEMETERY: Vol. XIII.
At the Bronck house on County Route 42, west of Coxsackie off State Route 9W. Burial place of Judge Leonard Bronck and family. 

25. SECOND VAN DEN BERGH CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 88.
Exact location unknown. Possibly on or near Vandenburgh Road. Probably complete copy AMS 1933.

26. McCARTY CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 88.
Exact location unknown. Probably complete copy AMS 1933.

27. HOTALING FARM CEMETERY: Vol XII, pg. 48.
On John Hotaling Farm, State Route 81, Earlton. Probably complete copy WAC. 

28. FOUR MILE POINT CEMETERY: Vol XII, pg. 236.
"On the old Lampman property at Four Mile Point." Probably complete copy WAC. 

29. ARMSTRONGCEMETERY: Vol XII, pg. 62.
Twelve marked stones in a grove of trees and brush, east of Old Kings Road, 0.2 mile northeast of the junction with Vocational Road (County Rt. 9), southeast of Coxsackie.

30. COLLIER CEMETERY: Vol XIII.
On hillside north of State route 81 between Thruway and hamlet of Climax. 

31. WILLIAMS CEMETERY: Vol XIII.
In back of the Moore house on State Route 81, now residence of Rev. Irwin, in or near Climax.

32 ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
Shown on Beers 1867 Atlas on the northwest side of Jordan Road, beyond the horse farm, about 0.4 mile west on Jordan Road from the intersection with the Grapeville Road (County Route 26), northwest of the hamlet of Climax.

33. OLD WEST COXSACKIE CEMETERY: No copy.
Shown on Beers 1867 Atlas in West Coxsackie at the "jog" in School Street, north of main street and west of the railroad. No trace of this cemetery remains. 

DURHAM CEMETERIES

1. OAK HILL CEMETERY: Vol IX, pg. 1;Vol VIII, pg. 34.
South of State Route 81, 0.2 miles west of the Village of Oak Hill. Complete copy. 

2. FIELD CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 51; Vol VIII,pg. 26, 29.
At the corner of Brown Road and Hillcrest Road, south of State Route 145, east of Durham. Also known as Union Cemetery, Town of Durham; also as Wesley Brown Cemetery. Complete copy KVVP1986; also JVVV & KVVP 1931.

3. CORNWALLVILLE CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 60; Vol VIII, pg. 33.
In center of the hamlet of Cornwallville. Complete copy KVVP 1986. 

4. STONE BRIDGE CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 89; Vol VIII,pg. 28.
South side of Stone Bridge Road, north of State Route 145 and west of East Durham. Complete copy KVVP 1986.

5.HERVEY CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 101; Vol IV, pg. 93.
On north side of Cornwallville-Hervey Street Road, 0.2 mile west of hamlet of Hervey Street. Complete copy KVVP 1986; also RJW 1975. 

6. JONES CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 102.
On farm of Rose Durso, probably on Durso Avenue, south of State Route 23, south of Hervey Street. Probably complete copy. 

7. SMITH CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 102.
On north side of Fall Creek, 0.3 mile east of Strong Road, southeast of Cornwallville. Probably complete copy CSB 1981.

8. MEETINGHOUSE HILL CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 105; Vol II, pg. 103; Vol VIII, pg. 32.
On Meetinghouse Hill Road (road not passable), south of State Route 145, just east of Durham. Complete copy KVVP 1986.

9. PROPER FARM CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 103; Vol VIII, pg. 32.
Somewhere near Cornwallville. Probably complete copy WSB. 

10. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 108.
In the village of Oak Hill. Complete copy KVVP 1988. 

11. STANNARD CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 78.
In a field west of a barn on south side of Wright Street (Freehold Road, County Route 67) between State Route 81 and Decker Lane, east of Oak Hill. Complete copy KVVP 1931.

12. SUNSIDE CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 21.
In northwestern part of the hamlet, behind house on County Route 20. Also known as Snyder Cemetery. Probably complete copy KVVP 1931.

13. CHITIENDEN CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 22, 30.
"Back of Rivenburgh's", on Hull farm at east end of Durham village on south side of road to Oak Hill (County Route 22). Possibly incomplete copy.

14. TEATOR ROAD CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 23,30; Vol XII, pg. 227.
On the south side of Teator Road, 0.3 mile east of State Route 145 between Durham and Cooksburg. Probably complete copy JVVV 1931. 

15. DURHAM CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 30.
"Back of Pratt's." Possibly incomplete copy. 

16. WEST DURHAM CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 36.
On north side of County Route 20 (Susquehanna Turnpike), near top of hill west of Durham. Probably complete copy JVVV 1930-31.

17. EAST DURHAM CEMETERY: Vol VIII.
West side of County Route 20B at junction of Woodard Road, 0.1 mile south of State Route 145 in East Durham.

18. PRATT CEMETERY: Vol XIII.
At town line on east side of Saybrook Hill Road, northeast of Oak Hill. 

19. WRIGHT CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 65; Vol XII, pg. 227.
On south side of Oak Hill-Greenville road (State Route 81), slightly west of the junction with Schoolhouse Road, west of Norton Hill. Probably complete copy GHC, EC & RDV 1929; also WAC.

20. WRIGHT STREET CEMETERY Vol II, pg. 113.
On south side of Wright Street (Freehold Road, County Route 67), 0.2 mile east of junction with Decker Lane, about 150 feet south of the "Wright Street" sign along the road. Cemetery has an iron fence around it. Complete copy KVVP 1991.

21. PIERCE CEMETERY Vol VIII, pg. 84.
On a high knoll, north side of County Route 67 (Freehold Road, also called Wright Street), west of O'Hara Road and just west of the Durham-Greenville Town line. Probably complete copy KVVP 1931.

22. OLMSTEAD CEMETERY: Vol XX.
Off Hervey Sunside Road. 

GREENVILLE CEMETERIES

1. BRANDOW-BOGARDUS-HILL CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg 104; Vol XII, pg 197.
"The first cemetery in the King Hill section of the Town of Greenville". "On King Hill." Not #12 or #14. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

2. BUTLER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 104.
Back of former Butler Homestead, East Greenville. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

3. FINCH-WALDRON CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 105; Vol XIII, pg. 8.
West side of Waldron Road on Peter Waldron farm, northeast of Place Corners and north of Drake Hill Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

4. LUKE GARDINER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 106.
About 0.4 mile west of Place Comers, on Luke Gardiner property, probably on south side of Sunny Hill Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

5. GREENVILLE CENTER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 106; Vol III, pg. 5.
East side of County Route 41, north of Greenville Center. Beers 1867 Atlas shows a second cemetery a short distance north that now may be a part of the Greenville Center Cemetery. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also KVVP 1986.

6. OLD FREEHOLD (JENNINGS) CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 108.
Also called Snyder - Butts - Bishop Cemetery. On the southern slope of a hill, several hundred feet west of State Route 32, 0.5 mile south of center of Freehold. Incomplete copy JSR 1940-60. 

7. PALMER CEMETERY: No copy.
On hill back of Paradise Farm house, north of Gay head-Earlton Road, west of Result and 0.3 mile west of Greenville-Coxsackie Town line.

8. PLACE CORNERS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 115.
East side of County Route 41, 0.1 mile south of Place Comers. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

9. REUBEN STEVENS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 115; Vol IV, pg. 107.
East side of County Route 41, south of Greenville Center, between Fox Hill Road and Place Comers. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

10. SECOND GAYHEAD CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 116.
West side of Gayhead-Earlton Road, 0.3 miles northeast of Gayhead. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

11. DAWSON CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 122.
Wallace Peck farm, east of Shepperds, near Greenville. Incomplete copy JSR 1940-60. 

12. THOMPSON KING CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 122; Vol III, pg. 10; Vol XII, pg. 178.
East side of King Hill Road, 0.7 mile south of State Route 81, southwest of Surprise and north of Gayhead. Complete copy JSR. 1940-60; also KVVP 1987.

13. WILBUR CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 123; Vol VIII, pg. 35.
West side of State Route 32, north of Freehold, between Surprise Hill Road and Plattekill Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

14. KING HILL CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 1; Vol VII, pg. 109.
East side of Surprise-Result Road, 0.3 mile south of State Route 81, southwest of Surprise and north of Gayhead. Also known as Palmer Cemetery. Complete copy MS & RL 1985; also JSR 1940-60.

15. CRAW-EVANS CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 3.
On Red Mill Road, between Alberta Lane and East Red Mills Road (County Route 35), north of Freehold. Complete copy KVVP 1986.

16. RUNDLE CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 8.
On south side of County Route 26, east of East Greenville, well off the highway in woods behind a farm. Complete copy KVVP 1986.

17. O'HARA CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 12.
At O'Hara Comers, the intersection of O'Hara Road and Shipley Road, northwest of Freehold. Complete copy KVVP 1991.

18. LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 98;Vol VIII, pg. 65; Vol IV, pg. 96.
On east side of Maple Avenue, 0.1 miles north of State Route 81, between Norton Hill and Greenville. Complete copy JSR 1940-60. 

19. FREEHOLD CEMETERY: Vol XII, pg. 153; Vol IV, pg. 97.
On north side of Schoharie Turnpike (County Route 67), 0.2 mile east of Freehold. Probably complete copy WAC.

20. URIAH STEVENS CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 97.
Location recently identified. Filed under Greenville. See Greenville Cemetery 22. 

21. GREENVILLE VILLAGE CEMETERY: No copy.
Northeast of center of Village of Greenville, north of State Route 81 and east of State Route 32. Partial copy possibly Vol IV, pg. 96, 108.

22. ------ CEMETERY: Vol. IV, pg. 97.
About 1.1 mile southeast of Greenville, on south side of State Route 81 near where Route 81 bends from southeast to east.

23. BLAISDELL CEMETERY Vol XII, pg. 143.
"One of the smaller ones on King Hill, Gayhead." Probably complete copy WAC. 

24. EDGET CEMETERY: Vol XII, pg. 226.
On the Sunny Hill golf course ("Nicholsen Farm"), east of the intersection of Sunny Hill Road with Plattekill Road, two miles northeast of Freehold.

25. SANFORD CORNERS CEMETERY: No copy.
Beers 1867 Atlas shows a cemetery on the south side of State Route 81, slightly west of Sanford Corners, east of Greenville. No trace of this cemetery remains.

26. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
A cemetery west of Route 32 about 0.5 mile south of Greenville. Found by Harry Ham.

 

HALCOTT CEMETERIES

1. BALLARD CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 124.
On Alonzo Ballard property, on north side of road at the extreme end of Elk Creek Road, east of Halcott Center. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

2. CROSBY CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 124.
On south side of Mountain Road (County Route 3) at Halcott Center. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

3. HALCOTT'S CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 124.
On south side of Mountain Road (County Route 3) at Halcott Center, slightly southwest of Crosby Cemetery. Few marked stones. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

4. HALCOTT CEMETERY, INC.: Vol VII, pg. 125; Vol VIII, pg. 83.
Along west side of Bouton Road, east of Mountain Road (County Route 3), near junction of Turk Hollow Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

5. KELLY-GORDON CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 135.
About 0.2 mile east of Mountain Road (County Route 3) past church on Elk Creek Road, east of Halcott Center. Few marked stones. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

6. KELLY CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 136.
On Ida Gordon property, good wall, well kept. Filed under Halcott. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

7. LAWRENCE CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 136.
On Carl Egnor property. It is the cemetery on the west side of LaFay Road, a short distance north of the junction with Kaftas Road at the site of the former Baptist Church, as shown on Beers 1867 Atlas. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

8. TODD CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 137.
Possibly the cemetery at the end of DeNacola Road, in the extreme westernmost corner of the county, as this was the property of J.M & J.H. Todd, according to Beers 1867 Atlas. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

9. TOWNSEND CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 137.
Along Townsend Hollow Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

 

HUNTER CEMETERIES

1. EVERGREEN CEMETERY: Vol X, pg. 85.
Near intersection of Spruce Street and Bloomer Road, southwest of Tannersville. Incomplete copy.

2. HAINES CEMETERY: Vol XIII;Vol X, pg. 86.
On former Loxhurst property, Haines Falls.  

3. OLD HUNTER CEMETERY: No copy?
Beers 1867 Atlas shows three cemeteries on the north side of East Main Street (State Route 23A), in Hunter village. This is the westernmost of these and was located west of the entrance to Ski Hunter. No trace of the cemetery remains. Vol III, pg. 18, might have some inscriptions from this cemetery.

4. HUNTER VILLAGE (METHODIST) CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 116;Vol III, pg. 18.
On the north side of East Main Street (State Route 23A), in Hunter village, east of the entrance to Ski Hunter, at rear of the Family Amusements and Pizza Parlor now located on the site of the former Methodist Episcopal Church, as· shown on Beers 1867 Atlas. Complete copy JP 1991. 

5. HUNTER CATHOLIC CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 113.
On the north side of East Main Street (State Route 23A), in the village of Hunter, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. This is the easternmost of the three cemeteries shown on Beers 1867 Atlas. Incomplete copy.

6. PLATTE COVE CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 114.
On north side of Platte Clove Road (County Route 16) at the very top of the Clove, on knoll behind the old Platte Clove Tavern House, just west of stone bridge. Complete copy JP 1991.

7. DE SALES CHURCH CEMETERY: See Greene Genes Vol. 9, no. 2, 1996.
At St. Frances De Sales Church on Platte Cove Road (County Route 16). 

8. ------ CEMETERY: No Copy.
In woods on hill west of Beecher Road, south of Lanesville. 

9. HAINES FALLS CEMETERY: No copy.
At rear of two adjacent churches on Mountain House Road (County Route 18) at Haines Falls, 0.1 miles north of State Route 23A. Possibly same as Haines Cemetery.

10. TANNERSVILLE CEMETERY: Vol XIII, pg. 5.
Exact location unknown. Probably same as Evergreen Cemetery. Probably incomplete.

 

JEWETT CEMETERIES

1. JEWETT CENTER CEMETERY: Vol III, pgs. 21, 21A.
One of two cemeteries at Jewett Center, on State Route 23A, west of Hunter. See #5. Probably incomplete copy.

2.  JEWETT HEIGHTS CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 23.
On the west side of Jewett Heights Road (County Route 17) at the intersection with High Road (County Route 23C). Incomplete copy.

3. EAST JEWETT (LORD) CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 21.
Exact location unknown. Presumably at or near East Jewett, north of Tannersville. Probably incomplete copy.

4. SOUTH JEWETT CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 23; Vol XIII, pg. 7.
Possibly part of the larger Maplewood Cemetery located along State Route 23A. Both are probably incomplete copies.

5. CHASE CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 125, 127.
One of two cemeteries at Jewett Center. See #1. Complete copy JP 1991. 

6. BEACHES CORNERS CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 128.
On north side of High Road (County Route 23C), 0.3 mile west of Beaches Comers. Complete copy JP 1991.

7. EAST JEWETT CHURCH CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 57.
On the north side of High Road (County Route 23C), at the Lower East Jewett Church, between Maplecrest Road and Shodd Road. Complete copy of this cemetery in Olive Woodworth's East Kill Genealogy. Possibly complete copy JVVV, ER & MM 1931. 

8. MILLS CEMETERY: No copy.
On the north side of High Road (County Route 23C) between Beeches Comers and Maplecrest Road, just west of Merwin Road.

9. ------ CEMETERY: No copy.
On the north side of High Road (County Route 23C) between Beeches Comers and Maplecrest Road, west of Losee Road. Complete copy of this cemetery in Olive Woodworth's East Kill Genealogy.

10. HULL - PECK CEMETERY: See Greene Genes Autumn 1988 pgs. 111-114.
A short distance down Goshen Street, at Jewett. 

11. MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY: No copy.
Along State Route 23A, west of South Jewett.

 

LEXINGTON CEMETERIES

1. SCHERMERHORN CEMETERY: Vol III, pgs. 26, 35;Vol VIII, pg. 69.
About a mile north of the hamlet of West Kill, on State Route 42. Complete copy KVVP 1988; also C & OP 1930.

2. WESTKILL COMMUNITY CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 28:Vol VIII, pg. 83.
South of the hamlet of West Kill, along State Route 42. Incorrectly called Deyoe Cemetery on some maps. Complete copy KVVP 1988.

3. WESTKILL BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY: Vol m, pg. 37;Vol XIII, pg. 17.
In hamlet of Westkill, along north side of County Route 6. Complete copy KVVP 1988. 

4. DREAM HOUSE INN CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 43.
In the woods behind Marie's Dream House Inn, on State Route 42 north of Westkill. Complete copy KVVP 1988.

5. SPRUCETON CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 45.
In Spruceton, next to a vacant church, on County Route 6. Complete copy KVVP 1988. 

6. HUMPHREY CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 50.
In the woods on a road branching off from Beech Ridge Road, west of Westkill. Complete copy KVVP 1988. 

7. APPLEBEE CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 52.
Two stones on the ground on the main highway (State Route 42) approaching Westkill. Complete copy KVVP 1988.

8. LEXINGTON CEMETERY Vol XIII, pg. 20, 28; Vol IV, pg. 133; Vol X.
East side of Church Hill Road, 0.1 miles north of State Route 23A, at Lexington. Complete copy LHG 1938.

9. DEYOE CEMETERY Vol IV, pg. 134.
North side of State Route 23A, 0.6 miles west of the bridge over Schoharie Creek at Mosquito Point. Complete copy JP 1991.

10. ------ CEMETERY: No copy.
On the north side of Main Street (State Route 42) in Lexington between the street and Schoharie Creek.

11. PARKER CEMETERY: No copy.
On a short road leading northward, near Shoemaker Road, east of Westkill on County Route 6.

 

NEW BALTIMORE CEMETERIES

1. HAWLEY - CONINE CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 138.
Between Flatbush Road and State Route 9W, next to barn on Moorehouse property near the south end of Flatbush Road, south of Hannacroix. Complete copy JSR 1940-60. 

2. HOTALING FARM CEMETERY: Vol XID, pg. 37; Vol VII, pg. 138.
On former Philip A. Hotaling farm, now Kowalewski property, along Independence Lane, off State Route 144, northeast of Hannacroix. Complete copy.

3. LISK HOMESTEAD CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 139; Vol III, pg. 58.
On Thomas Hallock property, off Hannacroix Road Vol XIII, pg. 38 (County Route 54) leading from Rocky Store to Medway, northeast of intersection with Roberts Hill Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also KVVP 1987.

4. MILLER CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 139.
On Miller Woodhall property, on north side of Hannacroix Road (County Route 54), slightly west of junction with Reservoir Road. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

5. REQUA CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 141.
East side of State Route 144, south of Coeymans, north of New Baltimore. Complete copy JSR 1940-60.

6. SARLES CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 142; Vol III, pg. 87; VolVIIIpg. 94, 96.
On Court property, west of Old Quaker Church, on north side of road, on Stanton Hill, along County Route 51. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also KVVP1987.

7. SMITH - POWELL CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 142.
South side of the triple intersection of Medway-Earlton Road, Paradise Hill Road, and Earlton Road, just north of town line, on former Smith farm, southwest of Medway. Complete copy JSR 1940-60. 

8. STANTON HILL CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 72; Vol VII, pg. 144.
Along County Route 51, west of Hannacroix and north-northeast of Medway. Complete copy KVVP 1987.

9. VAN ZANDT - BURLINGHAM CEMETERY: Vol XII, pg. 236.
Between Mill Street and Main Street, in New Baltimore. Complete copy JSR 1940-60. 

10. STACO FRIENDS (PALMER) CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 60; Vol XIII.
At the intersection of Staco Road and Featherbed Lane, north of Grapeville. Complete copy KVVP 1987. 

11. CHESTNUT LAWN CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 138, 163.
Split in two parts by State Route 9W near northern boundary of Green County. Complete copy of portion east of State Route 9W.

12. HOUGHTALING CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 178;Vol VIIIpg. 93.
On Hotaling property, off Reservoir Road, southwest of 1794 Peter Houghtaling house. Complete copy FKD 1985; also DWC. 

13. VAN SLYKE CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 180.
On Hohenstein property, off River Road (County Route 61), back in a field and not far from the river. Complete copy FDB 1965. 

14. METHODIST CHURCH (MEDWAY VILLAGE) CEMETERY: No copy.
Along County Route 26 at the site of the former Methodist Church, west of Medway four corners. Possibly Vol VIII; pg 77; incomplete copy. This cemetery has been severely vandalized, most stones thrown to the ground.

15. SYLVANDALE (HILLSIDE) CEMETERY: Vol XIII.
East of junction of Alcove Road and Sunset Hill Road, northwest of Medway. 

16. GRAPEVILLE CEMETERY: Vol XIII.
North side of County Route 26 at junction with Willowbrook Drive, just east of New Baltimore-Greenville Town line. Also called Baptist, Rundell, or Palmer Cemetery. 

17. TRAVIS CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 94 (?)
On Fox Farm property, west side of Alcove Road between County Route 26 (Grapeville Road) and Sunset Hill Road. Probably the "Sodom Hill Cemetery" in Vol VIII, pg. 94, as this list has several members of the Travis family in it. Complete copy? SS 1940.

18. MEDWAY CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH CEMETERY: Vol XII.
On west side of Medway Congregational Christian Church, north side of County Route 26, west of Medway four corners.

19. NEW BALTIMORE REFORMED CHURCH CEMETERY: No copy.
Along State Route 144, in New Baltimore. 

20. ALBRIGHT CEMETERY: No copy. 
South side of County Route 54 at Highmount. 

21. STOVER CEMETERY: Vol VIII, pg. 82; Vol XIII.
North side of Highmount Road. 

22. MEYER - VANDERZEE CEMETERY: No copy.
On Meyer property on east side of Highmount Road. Has only one marked stone among 35 unmarked ones.

23. BEDELL - HOTALING CEMETERY: No copy.
On Kosich property, on south side of Haas Hill Road, east of Medway. 

24. ROBERTS CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 145.
West of Roberts Hill Road, near Schoolhouse Lane. 

25. MEDWAY HILL CEMETERY: No copy.
North of intersection of Grapeville Road (County Route 26) and Hannacroix Road (County Route 54). No marked stones found. 

26. COLBURN-VAN SLYKE CEMETERY: No copy.
On Brundage property, west of River Road (County Route 61), north of Kings Road. 

27. SECOND VAN SLYKE CEMETERY: No copy.
West of Dean's Mill Road, south of intersection with West Dean's Mill Road. 

28. BEDELL CEMETERY: No copy.
West of West Dean's Mill Road. 

29. LISK - COONLEY CEMETERY: Vol XIII, pg. 39.
On Coates property, east of Mount Misery Road. Also called Upper Stanton Hill Cemetery. Complete copy.

30. VAN ETTEN (GARRETT) CEMETERY: No copy.
Van Etten property, southwest of Saw Mill Road. 

31. STACO HILL BURIAL GROUND: No copy.
North side of Featherbed Lane near junction with Staco Road. Rumored to have been for paupers or slaves; no marked stones found.

32. POWELL (PETERS) CEMETERY: No copy.
Peters property, east of Honey Hollow Road, south of Grapeville. Only one grave. 

33. DAVIS (QUAKER) CEMETERY: No copy.
South of County Route 51, opposite the Sarles Cemetery. Only two marked stones. 

34. CARMAN-OSBORNCEMETERY: No copy.
MacTavish property, west of Mount Misery Road and east of Gedney Hill Road. Only two stones, both marked.

35. GARRETT CEMETERY: No copy.
Boehlke property, beyond the end of Dugway Lane, north of County Route 51. 

36. ALEXANDER CEMETERY: No copy.
Sellars property, near the southern end of Dean's Mill Road. 

37. ROMINGER CEMETERY: No copy.
Rominger property, east of Old Kings Road, northwest of Medway. 

38. MATHEWS CEMETERY: Vol XIII, pg. 40.
Owens property, west of Mathews Point Road, south of New Baltimore. Complete copy. 

39. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
Beers 1867 Atlas shows a cemetery about 0.1 mile east of River Road (County Route 61) on the top of the the hill north of Coxsackie Creek, where the creek enters the Hudson River. 

40. SCHELLER PARK (HOTALING) CEMETERY: Vol VII, pg. 101; Vol IV, pg. 75; Vol VIII, pg. 82This cemetery was in path of the New York State Thruway and was removed to the Riverside Cemetery on Riverside Avenue, north of Coxsackie village. Complete copy JSR 1940-60; also JVVV & KVVP 1931. 

41. GARRET CEMETERY: Vol XIII.
West side of Alcove Road between County Route 26 (Grapeville Road) and Sunset Hill Road, 0.1 miles north of Meadow Lane. This cemetery not in Heritage of New Baltimore.

42. ----- CEMETERY: No copy.
A cemetery east of the Grapeville Road (County Route 26) at a point about 0.8 mile southeast of Medway, between Mirror Lake Road and Paradise Hill Road. Found by Harry Ham.

 

PRATTSVILLE CEMETERIES

1. ALBERTY CEMETERY: Vol X, pg. 1.
On John Fiorillo farm, northeast of Prattsville. Probably complete copy OW. 

2. HUNTERSFIELD CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 98; Vol X, pg. 1.
North side of County Route 10, northeast of Prattsville, between Post Road and Huntersfield Road. Complete copy KVVP 1988; also OW. 

3. HUGGINS (LUTZ FARM) CEMETERY: Vol X, pg. 7; Vol XIIIpg. 15; Vol XI, pg. 6; Vol VIII, pg. 16.
East of County Route 7, the road to Gilboa, 0.4 miles north of Prattsville, on Lutz farm east of Schoharie Creek. Complete copy OW.

4. PRATT CEMETERY: Vol X, pg. 15; Vol XIII, pg. 9, Vol XI, pg. 10; Vol VIII, pg. 16.
East side County Route 7, in northern portion of Prattsville, along the Schoharie Creek. Also known as the Prattsville Dutch Reformed Cemetery. Complete copy OW.

5. LITTLE WESTKILL CEMETERY: Vol X, pg. 33; Vol IV, pg. 184; Vol XI, pg. 8.
East side of Little Westkill Road (County Route 2), near entrance to Bear Pen Ski Trail, south of Prattsville. Complete copy OW; also HMK 1978.

6. WILTSE-SHOEMAKER CEMETERY: Vol X, pg. 37; Vol XI, pg. 16.
Probably the small cemetery on north side of Truesdell Road, 0.1 mile west of Little Westkill road (County Route 2), south of Prattsville. Complete copy OW. 

7. RAPPELEA CEMETERY: Vol III, pg. 95; Vol X, pg. 39; Vol XI, pg. 15.
Near the end of Oliver Road, west of Little Westkill Road (County Route 2), south of Prattsville. Complete copy KVVP 1988; also OW. 

8. FAIRLAWN CEMETERY: Vol XI, pg. 2.
South side of State Route 23, just east of Greene-Delaware County line, west of Prattsville. Incomplete copy.

 

WINDHAM CEMETERIES

1. HENSONVILLE CEMETERY: Vol m, pg. 106; Vol X, pg. 47.
In the village of Hensonville. Complete copy KVVP 1988; also OW. 

2. VANORDEN CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 197; Vol X, pg. 55.
At east end of Old Road which runs parallel to but north of State Route 23, south and west of junction with State Route 23. Complete copy OW. 

3. MAPLECREST CEMETERY: Vol X, pg. 57; Vol VIII, pg. 70.
In the village of Maplecrest. Complete copy OW.

4. UNION SOCIETY CEMETERY: Vol IV, pg. 195; Vol X, pg. 73; Vol VIII, pg. 62.
On south side of Old Road which runs parallel to but north of State Route 23, 2 miles northeast of Windham. Complete copy OW. 

5. NORTH SETTLEMENT CEMETERY: Vol II, pg. 3; Vol X, pg. 77; Vol VIII, pg. 71-75.
East side of North Settlement Road (County Route 19), 0.5 miles south of North Settlement. In Volume II, this cemetery is listed under Ashland, but maps show it is just inside the Windham Town line. Complete copy KVVP 1987. 

6. WINDHAM VILLAGE CEMETERY: Vol X, pg. 79; Vol IV, pg. 199.
Near junction of Mitchell Hollow Road and State Route 23, in village of Windham. Incomplete copy.

 

CEMETERIES NOT LOCATED
(cannot even determine the Town they are in)

 VAN VLEIT CEMETERY: Vol XII, pg. 61.
In the Carl volume, "Van Hoesen Farm, Stone Barrick Road" (no such road on county map). Only two marked stones. Possibly in Town of Coxsackie.

FRELIGH-PALMER-TRYON CEMETERY: Vol XII, pg. 177.
In the Carl volume, "on Cronk Farm." Twelve marked stones. Possibly in Town of Greenville (#7 Palmer Cemetery?)