(Town of Scipio, NY) #175
Located North of Hunter road, back in the field, on farm formerly owned by
Babcock, Worden d. Feb. 24, 1851 ae 79y 11mo 22da Babcock, Elizabeth, wife d. Oct. 30, 1817 ae 46y 3da Babcock, William, son d. May 22, 1822 ae 16y 11mo 7da Babcock, John d. June 2, 1830 ae 36y 1mo 13da Babcock, Lucy, w of Ephriam d. Dec. 7, 1821 ae 25y 10mo 7da (Skiltons Records) Thanks to Melinda Cornwell for transcribing the information on this page into a digital format.
|In the early to mid-1960s, two local Historians (Mable Crosby and Flora B. Daniells) worked together with the Owasco Chapter D.A.R. and the Pomona Grange to compile a listing of early cemetery burials within Cayuga County NY. When this countywide cemetery burial inventory project was completed in about 1966, they privately printed a very limited number of complete 10-Volume Sets. One copy of the complete set of 10-Volume cemetery burial record books, can be found at the Local History Center Room at Seymour Public Library in Auburn NY. The cemetery burials shown on this website page were copied from the Babcock Family Cemetery burials as found in these books. The Library Reference for this item is: Cemeteries of Cayuga County, New York; Volume VII; Presented by Flora B. Daniells and Mable L. Crosby through ‘Owasco Chapter D.A.R.; and Pomona Grange Cayuga County, NY 1966; Seymour Library H.R.974.7; Daughters of the American Revolution Owasco Chapter; Cemeteries of Cayuga County, N.Y. ; H.R.974.7 Daughters V.7
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Note that the above list of burials includes a notation that cites "Skiltons Records". Consequently, the list of burials for this cemetery, as it appears within the circa 1966 countywide cemetery burial inventory, may have been copied from an earlier inventory of cemetery burials within Babcock Family Cemetery as compiled by Frank A. & Clara Skilton. The research records compiled by Frank & Clara Skilton include cemetery records or headstone transcriptions for over eighty Cayuga County Cemeteries. These Skilton Family Papers now reside at the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections; 2B Carl A. Kroch Library at Cornell University. See: Skilton Family Papers, Collection Number: 1273.