BRICK CHURCH ROAD CEMETRY
Town of Ledyard, NY
Located north of the Brick Church , now the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John
Fantanen (circa 1960's), on the Brick Church Road . Area is a approximately
150' by 100'. Overgrown by myrtle, lily-of-the valley and a yellow
blossomed plant ( creeping Charlie ) . Many locust , elm , ash , maple and
DURLAND , EDWARD M. D. Sept. 26 , 1872 ae 50y/10m/9d
( Orthodox quaker Preacher )
" JACOB Son of " ____
" SUSANNAH Wife of " ____
" ELIZA M. Dau. of " D. May 11/31 , 1876 ae 20y/8d
" JACOB S. ( Dau. of richard & Susanna ) 10 Yrs.
FISHER , ELIZABETH B. D. 1851 13 Yrs.
" W.B. D. 1853 25 Yrs.
" MARY ANN D. 1871/21 69 Yrs.
" HENRY D. 1870 77 Yrs.
JONES , WALTER Son of J. & M. Jones D. Dec. 27, 1879 3 Yrs.
The following are additions from Skilton's records.
MACOMBER , ZEBEDEE D. Feb. 16 , 1875 89y/5m
" REBECCA Wife D. Feb./May 6 , 1886 88y/8m/6d
" EMERY D. Dec. 13 , 1850 32y/9m
" OSCAR Son of Emery&Betsey D. Feb. 23, 1860 5y/7m/5d
UNDERHILL , A.?. D. Feb. 3 , 1861
" ANNA D. 1860 Wooden Marker
WILLETS , SAMUEL D. Sept. 23, 1853 43y/6m/12d
WOOD, ESTHER FOWLER 1767-1842
CAYUGA LAKE BURIAL
A - top bluff on land owned by the Lehigh Valley R.R. formerly part of the
Carter-Husted farm. The spot is on the high ground just north of the mouth
of the creek which flows thru Carter Gully , so named on a topographical
map of the area. According to local tradition , the first white child to
die in Ledyard was buried here. The only remaining evidence is a small upright
slab of field-stone and some snowberry bushes.
Thanks to Linda Brinkman for transcribing the information on this page into a digital format.