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From Poucher & Terwillerger's
Old
Gravestones of Ulster County

Town of Gardiner

Inscriptions
McKinstry family ground 4
DuBois family ground, 22
Constable family ground 16
Enderly family ground 4
Unnamed ground 4
Denton family ground 8
Fuller-Hunt ground 4
Fowler family ground 7
Davis family ground 6
Le Fevre family ground 35
Deyo family ground 26
Alsdorf family ground 2
Schoonmaker family ground 44
Hasbrouck family ground 14
Freer family ground 10
Hardenbergh family ground 4
Jenkins family ground  0

 

McKINSTRY GROUND

These are the only stones of the McKiustry family ground, found scattered about the pasture. There are said to have been many more in this ground but they have entirely disappeared. Located about a mile north of Bruynswick, on the McKinstry farm. Copied August 16, 1924, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Bruyn, Cornelius, s. of Nathaniel and Cornelia, Aug. 29, 1836, 0-8-22.

2. Hawkins, Hiram, s. of Henry E. and Catharine, Jan. 26, 1848, 2 mos.

3. McKinstry, Ellen M., dan. of David S. and Abigail, Dec. 27, 1842, 6-0-12.

4. McKinstry, Sarah, w. of Stephen, April 16, 1843, 80-8-2.

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DU BOIS GROUND

There have been many removals from the DuBois family ground at Libertyville. Poor condition. Copied August 19, 1924 by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron 1. Terwilhiger.

1. D. B., 0., (Field stone).

2. D B., (DuBois Garret, Mar. 16, 1859, 49-5-25.

3. DuBois, Elmira, w. of Garret, May 27, 1867, 44-0-4.

4. DuBois, Jacob L., Mar. 21, 1820, 19-2-2.

5. DuBois, John H., Sept. 13, 1843, 4-4-3;

6. William, Mar. 5,1842, 0-10-5:

Children of Daniel C. and Catharine.

7. DuBois, Methuselem, Feb. 13, 1822, 43-2-28.

8. DuBois, Simeon, Nov. 13, 1850, 47-1-12.

9. Hond, Jacob, s. of Abial H. and Catharine, Oct. 29, 1832, 1-11-3.

10. Lemunyan, Hannah, w. of Philip, April 19, 1854, 61-4-5.

11. Louw, Rebecca Van Wagenen, w. of Jacob, Jan. 19, 183Z 83-8-19.

12. Stephens, George, s. of Conrad D. and Mary Ann, Sept. 5, 1813, 1-8-11.

13. Stephens, Harvey, s. of Peleg and Hannah, April 10, 1832, 14-0-19.

14. Stephens, Jonathan, Oct. 26, 1853, 50-10-2.

15. Stephens, Mary H., dan. of James and Ann M., Aug. 16, 1843, 1-11-0.

16. Stephens, Peleg, Mar. 19, 1849, 73-7-24.

17. Stephens, Hannah, w. of Peleg, June 9,1834,51-11-26.

18. Teed, Rosan, s. of Charles and Sally Ann, Aug. 26, 1831, 2-6-26.

19. Van Wagenen, Elizabeth Low, w. of Levi, Oct. 9,1839, 66th yr.

20. W-, H., Aug. 21, 1820,56-6-6.

21. Wakman, Emeline, Aug. 21, 1842, 2-2-16;

22. Phebe Ann, Aug. 25, 1843, 1-1-24:

Daughters of Gumail and Rachel.

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CONSTABLE GROUND

Constable ground on the Bert Malcolm farm, near the road, between Ireland Corners and New Hurley. Copied Aug. 25, 1927, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Constable, Abraham, Feb. 10, 1836, 53-11-16.

2. Constable, Isaac, s. of John and Ann M., Oct. 6, 1799, 8-4-26.

3. Constable, John, April 2,1839, 84-7-14.

4. Constable, M., April 8,1806, 28-2-26.

5. Constable, Margaret, Feb. 2,1843, 53 yrs.

6. F. E., (Footstone). Headstone has disappeared.

7. F. G. H., (Footstone). Headstone has disappeared.

8. Print, Henry, Sept. 4,1838, 73-11-10.

9. Frint, Mary, w. of Henry, Mar. 27, 1823, 51-8-8.

10. Print, Maria, Nov. 24, 1857, 65-2-16.

11. Lefever, Abraham, Aug. 11, 1827, 51-0-1.

12. Lefever, Ann Bell, w. of Abraham, Jan. 1, 1852, 68-6-9.

13. Lefever, John, Oct. 27, 1847, 39-11-23.

14. Masten, Joseph, May 10, 1810, 39-6-23.

15. Potter, John, Aug. 24, 1837, 7-1-24;

16. Mary A., April 27,1824, 9-11-20:

Children of Abraham and Jemima.

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ENDERLY GROUND

Enderly ground in the Traps, on a deserted farm, on the Minnewaska Estate. Overgrown with brambles and bushes. Copied August 1, 1930, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher, Byron J. Terwilliger and Raymond Otis.

1. Enderly, Hannah, Feb. 22, 1851, 11-1-21.

2. Enderly, John, 7B-5-29.

3. Enderly, Maria Calder, w. of John, 75 yrs.

4. Enderly, William, 1853-1918.

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UNNAMED GROUND

Unnamed ground in the Traps, an deserted farm belonging to the Minnewaska Estate, on right of new road. Overgrown with shrubbery and brambles. Copied August 1, 1930, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher, Byron J. Teriwilliger and Raymond Otis.

1. Manning, George, 1862-1910.

2. Monroe, Willard, Co. I, 9th Regt., N. Y. H. A., Mar. 6,1915, 72 yrs.

3. Schoonmaker, Lucas, 80th Regt. N. Y. V., Feb. 13, 1906, 62-11-7.

4. Van Leuven, Hiram, June 10, 1905, 67-5-17:

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DENTON GROUND

Ground known as the Denton family ground, on the farm of Charles Alsdorf, one and a half miles west of Tuthill Towu. Deserted and uucared for. Copied August 15, 1924, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Bedford, Arrieietta Schoonmaker, w. of Andrew, April 11, 1790, 22-8-6.

2. Decker, Solomon, Jan. 5,1854, 69-6-3.

3. Decker, Pcnivah Niver, w. of Solomon, June 30, 1857, 65-2-0.

4. Denton, Arrietta, dau. of Henry and Cornelia, May 12, 1853, 14-0-20.

5. Denton, Sarah Bedford, w. of Henry, Sept. 2, 1829, 30-1-8.

6. Embler, Elizabeth S. M., w. of Daniel David, April 11, 1831, 25-3-20.

7. Schoonmaker, Andrew, s. of Cornelius T. and Margaret, Mar. 17, 1835, 0-6-1.

8. Upright, Solomon, June 27, 1859, 57-1-25.

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FULLER-HUNT GROUND

On farm owned by Mr. Cassauo. Surrounded by an old stone wall. Abandoned and neglected. Overgrown with trees and shrubbery. About two miles west of Guilford Church. Copied August 1, 1930, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Fuller, Esther, w. of William, Feb. 20, 1849, 36-2-6.

2. Fuller, William, Dec. 15, 1851, 43-2-28.

3. Hunt, Joseph, Jr., Oct. 15, 1841, 24-4-15.

4. Hunt, Maria, w. of Joseph, Feb. 22, 1843, 56-11-7. Several unmarked field stones.

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FOWLER GROUND

Fowler ground in the Traps. Surrounded by a rwire fence and stone walL Thickly overgrown with brambles. Copied August 1, 1930, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher, Byron J. Terwilliger and Raymond Otis.

1. Coddington, Stanlie, Oct. 11, 1877, Dec. 30, 1881;

2. Levi, April 20, 1882, June 7, 1882;

3. Louisa, Oct. 18, 1872, Mar. 5, 1873;

4. Luella, Dec. 9, 1880, May 1, 1883:

Children of George and Rachel.

5. Fowler, Benjamin, April 20, 1827, Sept. 22, 1875.

6. Fowler, Catharine, Oct. 30, 1866, 3-7-3.

7. Fowler, William B., s. of Benjamin.

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DAVIS GROUND

Davis ground in the Traps, on left of the new road, on Minnewaska Estate. Overgrown with brambles and bushes. Copied August 1, 1930, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher, Byron J. Terwilliger and Raymond Otis.

1. Davis, Elizabeth, Nov. 25, 1911, 62-5-20.

2. Davis, George, April 12, 1879, 69-2-17.

3. Davis, Sarah C., w. of George, Nov. 24, 1903, 79-2-0.

4. Smith, Albert 0., 1851-1906.

5. Smith, Cornelia Anna Slater, w. of Albert 0., 1853-1909.

6. Van Leuven, John, Co. C, 120th N. Y. S. V., Oct. 25, 1895, 56 yrs.

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LE FEVRE GROUND

Le Fevre burying ground, on the DuBois Le Fevre farm, at Kettleborough.

Copied by Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Le Fevre, Andries J., s. of Johannes, Jan. 17, 1818, 33 yrs.

2. Le Fevre, Hannah DuBois, w. of Andries J., April 30, 1826, 38-11-11.

3. I.e Fevre, Andries L., May 25, 1812, 90-3-0.

4. Le Fevre, Rachel DuBois, w. of Andries, 1781, 54 yrs.

5. Le Fevre, Cornelius, May 17, 1813, Nov. 1,1874.

6. Le Fevre, DuBois, 1824-1904.

7. Le Fevre, Margaret Schoonmaker, w. of DuBois, 1822-1907.

8. Le Fevre, Elinor Schoonmaker, w. of C. Hornbeck, June 20, 1809, July 4,1879.

9. Le Fevre, Egbert, Nov. 22,1854, 25-1-25.

10. I.e Fevre, Elizabeth, w. of Luther, July 20, 1864, 48-10-7.

11. Le Fevre, Elizabeth DuBois, w. of Johannes, Sept. 6,1842, 77-7-0.

12. Le Fevre, Elizabeth Jansen, w. of Jacobus, May 25, 1862, 72-10-27.

13. Le F’evre, Emma, dau. of Nathaniel L. and Harriet, Dec. 30, 1850, 11 yrs.

14. Le Fevre, Gertrude G., June 21, 1887, 2-10-16.

15. Le Fevre, Harriet Bruyn, w. of Nathaniel, Jan. 21, 1853, 27-6-10.

16. Le Fevre, John, s. of Luther and Elizabeth, June 10, 1847, 0-7-25.

17. Le Fevre, Jacob S., 1852-1856;

18. Johannes, 1865-1870;

19. Nathaniel, 1850-1852:

Children of DuBois and Margaret S.

20. Le Fevre, Jacobus, April 19, 1840, 51-3-18.

21. Le Fevre, Johannes, Feb. 4, 1842, 81-1-6.

22. Le Fevre, Mr. Lewis, June 22, 1818, 44-9-13.

23. Le Fevre, Mrs. Rachel Bell, w. of Lewis, Sept. 2, 1830, 4.3-2-2.

24. Le Fevre, Luther, 1870-1870.

25. Le Fevre, Luther, Feb. 6, 1898, 79-11-8.

26. Le Fevre, Maria, April 26, 1860, 65-5-7.

27. Le Fevre, Mary E., dau. of Nathaniel L. and Harriet, May 27, 1843, Feb. 27, 1865.

28. I.e Fevre, Matthew L., 1848-1919.

29. I.e Fevre, Petronella Bloomer, w. of Matthew L., 1849------.

30. Le Fevre, Nathaniel, June 30, 1817, 68-6-0.

31. Le Fevre, Maria Deyo, w. of Nathaniel, Aug. 29, 1817, 68-10-8.

32. I.e Fevre, Nathaniel J., June 1, 1870, 83-7-15.

33. Le Fevre, Magdalen Hornbeck, w. of Nathaniel J., Nov. 3, 1869, 78 yrs.

34. Le Fevre, Nathaniel N., Sept. 7,1846,12-9-0.

35. Le Fevre, Rachel, dau. of Nathaniel J. and Magdalen, Dec. 1Z 1832, 16-9-5.

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DEYO GROUND

Deyo ground at Ireland Corners.

Copied August 1927, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Bevier, Andrew, Jan. 18, 1845, 64-2-20.

2. Bevier, Mary Deyo, w. of Andrew, April 19, 1858, 72-5-7.

3. Bevier, Ann Maria, June 11, 1825, 18-6-29.

4. Bevier, Mary Catharine, dan. of Andrew and Mary, May 29, 1855, 33-8-6.

5. Delamater, Jane, w. of William B., Aug. 21, 1842, 57-6-17.

6. Deyo, Abraham, s. of Daniel N. and Charlotte Delamater, 4-4-14.

7. Deyou, Abraham D., Sept. 13, 1805, 42-8-3.

8. Deyo, Ann Brodhead, w. of Abraham D., Sept. 18, 1845, 81-6-10.

9. Deyoe, Abraham, N., April 11, 1828, 19-5-23.

10. Deyo, Catharine Hardenburg, w. of Nathaniel, Feb. 11, 1843, 58-1-21.

11. Deyo, Daniel, Mar. 1813, 4 yrs.

12. Deyo, Margaret Le Fevre, w. of Daniel, June 1796, 53-1-22.

13. Deyo, Daniel, Feb. 27, 1823, 82-6-0.

14. Deyo, Catharine De Witt, w. of Daniel, Oct. 19, 1822, 67th yr.

15. Deyo, Doctor Daniel, Dec. 23, 1846, 49-5-1.

16. Deyo, Charlotte, w. of Dr. Daniel, dan. of William B. and Jane DeWitt, Jan. 4, 1832, 27-3-9.

17. Deyau, Daniel A., Mar. 10, 1788, Sept. 12, 1865.

18. Deyau, Peter Nelly Le Fevre, w. of Daniel A., Dec. 9, 1826, 28-10-12.

19. De You, Maria Elting, w. of Daniel A., Dec. 2,1816, 27-6-7.

20. Deyo, Jane Hardenburg, Aug. 27, 1817, 9 yrs.

21. Deyo, Jonathan D., Mar. 3, 1773, April 29, 1853, 80-1-27.

22. Deyo, Mary Hardenburg, w. of Jonathan D., Aug. 7,1787, Oct. 2,1876, 89-1-27.

23. Deyoe, Leah Dc Witt, dan. of Jonathan N. and Maria, Jan. 7, 1850, 0-2-21.

24. Deyo, Nathaniel, June 28, 1835, 65-5-5.

25. Deyo, Leah, w. of Nathaniel, Feb. 5,1813, 38-9-10.

26. Deyau, Philip Elting, s. of Abraham D. and Jane, June 16, 1843, 3-1-9.

 

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ALSDORF GROUND

Remains of Alsdorf ground, in an orchard, on Willigan farm, one mile northwest of New Hurley Church. Stones down and in fragments. Many unmarked field stones. Copied December 6, 1930, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Alsdorf, Agata, w. of Johannis, Mar. 13, 1827, 80-4-0.

2. Alsdorf, Ann Eliza, dau. of Johannis and Elizabeth, Jan. 22, 1836, 11-0-1.

 

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SCHOONMAKER GROUND

Schoonmaker family ground, one mile west of Tuthill.

Copied Aug. 15, 1924, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Adams, Lodowick H., Oct. 22, 1850, 47-3-6.

2. Aldrich, Sarah Frances, dau. of Benjamin S. and Maria, Jan. 25, 1853, 1-3-21.

3. Brush, Willie E., s. of the Rev. William and Isabella, 9 mos.

4. Cusick, Michael, Oct. 24, 1860, 24 yrs.

5. Johnson, Amelia, dau. of Simon and Ann E., Jan. 6, 1863, 4-6-0.

6. Johnston, Louisa Jordan, w. of Robert, July 6,1860, 22-7-0.

7. Johnston, Sarah Maria, dan. of Robert and Louisa, Dcc. 31, 1858, 1-2-11.

8. Jordan, Maria, Jan. 21, 1850, 9 mos.;

9. Sarah V., Oct. 3,1852:

Daughters of Selah P. and Maria C.

10. Jordan, Phebc Ann, dau. of Selah P. and Maria C., Drowned at the burning of the steamer, Henry Clay, July 28,1852,16-6-0.

11. Jordan, Selah P., Sept. 6, 1854, 45-0-28.

12. Nunmaker, Genofa, w. of Florian, Jan. 24, 1874, 45-5-24.

13. Nunmaker, Tuliane, dan. of Florian and Genofa, Mar. 14, 1869, 0-11-19.

14. Perrine, Alfred, s. of Simon F. and Sarah Ann, April 15, 1842, 0-1-28.

15. Sammons, Cornelia A., Sept. 28, 1841.

16. Sammons, Elizabeth, Oct. 18, 1790, July 31, 1868.

17. Sammons, Hiram D., Jan. 18, 1813, April 26, 1872.

18. Sammons, Jacob T., June 9,1831, 37-3-26.

19. Sammons, Mary G., Mar. 29, 1858, Jan. 20, 1868.

20. Schoonmaker, Abraham, Dec. 20, 1790, May 12, 1870.

21. Schoonmaker, Maria Satnmons, w. of Abraham, June 26, 1841, 49-7-22.

22. Schoonmaker, Benjamin S., Dec. 2,1854, 37-2-0.

23. Schoonmaker, Daniel Augustus, s. of Abraham and Cornelia Ann, May 11, 1846, 1-8-0.

24. Schoonmaker, David, Sept. 1,1836, 52-5-3.

25. Schoonmaker, Lanah Sammons, w. of David, Oct. 26, 1851, 65-4-22.

26. Schoonmaker, George, Mar. 1,1779, May 21, 1849.

27. Schoonmaker, Catharine Hornbeck, w. of George, Sept. 21, 1848, 62-11-9.

28. Schoonmaker, Jacob S., 26-11-16;

29. Schoonmaker, Catharnie Ann, w. of Jacob S., 32-6-0:

Both drowned at the burning of the steamer, Henry Clay, July 28, 1852.

30. Schoonmaker, James B., July 13, 1868, 55-2-11.

31. Schoonmaker, Eliza, w. of James B., Oct. 15, 1901, 87 yrs.

32. Schoonmaker, John A., May 21, 1786, July 26, 1863.

33. Schoonmaker, Rachel Sammons, w. of John A., Jan. 26, 1788, Mar. 19, 1878.

34. Schoomnaker, Levi, Feb. 9,1898, 78-2-21.

35. Schoonmaker, Jane Van Wagenen, w. of Levi, July 7,1863, 47-2-20.

36. Schoonmaker, Margaret, dau. of James B. and Eliza, Oct. 21, 1847, 1-0-20.

37. Schoonmaker, Marietta, Dec. 31, 1860, 1-8-7.

38. Schoonmaker, Mary Augusta, dau. of William and Jemima, Sept. 7, 1850.

39. Schoonmaker, Moses, May 2,1860, 65-2-25.

40. Schoonmaker, Mary Van Keuren, w. of Moses, April 26, 1869, 72-2-26.

41. Schoonmaker, Philena, dau. of Isaac and Elizabeth, Dec. 11, 1860, 4-8-1.

42. Schoonmaker, Sarah, dau. of John A., Feb. 12, 184-4, 30-8-15.

43. Schoonmaker, Sarah Adriance, w. of Abraham, May 27, 1837, 82 yrs.

44. Theincod, Sally, w. of Nathan V., July 17, 1821, 27th yr.

 

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HASBROUCK GROUND

Hasbrouck family ground, on the Joseph Hasbrouck farm at Guilford. Many removals have been made from this ground to the New Paltz Rural Cemetery. Copied Aug. 15, 1924, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Eckert, Johannis, July 20, 1840, 93-8-26.

2. Hasbrouck, Elizabeth, dau. of Luther and Jane, Mar. 5,1829, 4-9-0.

3. Hasbrouck, Elizabeth Bevier, w. of Col. Joseph Hasbrouck, May 4, 1795, 45-10-14.

4. Hasbrouck, Ezra, Sept. 12, 1819, 6-4-3;

5. Joseph Abraham, Aug. 18, 1823, 0-6-9;

6. Sarah, Aug. 27, 1829, 0-4-8:

Children of Joseph and Jane.

7. Hasbrouck, General Joseph, d. Feb. 26, 1808, 63-11-14.

8. Hasbrouck, Mary De Witt, Second wife of General Joseph, Mar. 17, -, 53-10-23.

9. Hasbrouck, Joseph, Jr., April 5, 1853, 71-10-10.

10. Hasbrouck, Jane, w. of Joseph, Jr., Dec. 31, 1870, 84-4-14.

11. Hasbrouck, Josiah P., Dec. 13, 1826, April 10, 1859.

12. Hasbrouck, Luther, Feb. 11, 1826, 37-2-23.

13. M-, R., Died May 2, 1822.

14. Miller, James, Sept. 15, 1843, 84-2-26.

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FREER GROUND

Freer family ground, on the Henry D. B. Freer farm. Mostly slate and field stones. Thrown on a heap. Ground in cultivation. Copied Aug. 13, 1924, by Dr. J. Wilson Poucher and Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. F-, (I. or J.), b. D. 10-d. A. 31. 1801.

2. Freer, Zacharias, (Oct. 18, 1843?), 71-8-23.

3. H-, J. E., Dide 1856. S. H.

4. Robinson, George, Mar. 21, 1851, 53-10-9.

5. Robinson, Margaret, dau. of George and Elizabeth, Oct. 24, 1841, 18-10-14.

6. Strickland, Sarah Maria,

7. T W., B. F., Sept. 1, 1798, Aug. 7, 1802.

8. Traphagen, Stephen, Feb. 12, 1859, 41-8-7.

9. W-, E. L., w. of P. V. M., June 30, 1805, 73 yrs.

10. W-, H. F., Dec. 10, 1733, Feb. 10, 1797.

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HARDENBERGH GROUND

On the Crines Jenkins farm now owned by Elkan&h Ostrander is the Hardenbergh family ground. Located near Tuthilltown. Badly overgrown with brush and briars.

Copied  by Byron J. Terwilliger.

1. Deyoo, Ezekiel, Aug. 29, 1781, 21-3-12. (Private in Capt. Abraham Deyo’s Company, 3rd Reg., Ulster County Militia, War of the Revolution).

2. Deyo, Levi P., Oct. 3,1785, Feb. 8, 1865.

3. H. B., J. A., Dyed May 22, 1795, 52nd yr. (This is the grave of Johannes Hardenbergh who wrote his name "John A." He was a Captain in the 3rd Ulster County Militia, War of the Revolution).

4. MILLER, JOSEPH, JUNE 19, 1821.

 

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JENKINS GROUND

On the farm of Lambert Jenkins is the Jenkins family ground, one-quarter mile south of Jenkintown. This ground contains many unmarked stones. All known graves have been removed to Modena and Lloyd cemeteries.

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