Interments in two unnamed burying grounds

"Old Gravestones of Dutchess County, New York" by J. W. Poucher published in 1924, p. 36.

Note: Some of Poucher's listings have been found to be inaccurate, so use these with caution.


CLASSIFICATION: Family ground.
LOCATION: One mile east of Webatuck, in a field on the south side of the road.
CONDITION: Overgrown and deserted.
INSCRIPTIONS: 7 in number. Copied August 30, 1914, by J. W Poucher, M. D.
REMARKS: It is uncertain what family this belonged to. Of the 7 stones 3 bear the name of Carr, 2 of Seaman, 1 of Carpenter, 1 of Tallman.

1. Carpenter, Isiah, 5. of Barnard & Alse, d. 1761, Aug. (---), a. 9 m.
2. Carr, Anna, w. of Thomas, d. 1836, Apr. 1, a. 49 y.
3. Carr, Hiram, 5 of Thomas & Anna, d. 1851, Feb. 23, a. 37-5-11.
4. Carr, Thomas, d. 1859, Sep. 20, a. 96-11-8.
5. Seaman, Abraham, d. 1839, Oct. 6, a. 75-10-4.
6. Seaman, Lucinda, w. of Abraham, d. 1838, May 7, a. 74 y. 27 d.
7. Tallman, Ann Ritty, dau. of Charles E. & Ann Maria, d. 1852, Feb.20, a. 1 m.13 d.


CLASSIFICATION: Family ground.
LOCATION: On Plymouth Hill Farm, Dover Plains, in 1914 the property of Horatio N. Bain.
CONDITION: In an open field.
INSCRIPTIONS: 1 in number. Copied August 30, 1914, by J. W. Poucher, M. D.
REMARKS: A local recluse requested that when he died he should be buried alone in this field.

1. Mink, Sylvenus, d. 1834, Oct. 19, a. 85 y.

Typed and submitted by: Liz DuBois