LT. CAMPBELL ALEXANDER BURIAL SITE
at the winery on old US 20 at Forsyth.
Tomb table, no longer ledgible.
He was an officer of War of 1812 - died of a fever - buried on family
JONATHAN BATES BURIAL SITE
South side of Irish Street - one stone - near an over grown cellar
INSCRIPTION: Jonathan Bates died January 20, 1840
aged 67yrs 8mos
GOODRICH FAMILY CEMETERY
North side of Main Street, between Hamilton and Barnes Roads, Ripley.
No longer in existence - Cemetery INC. 1849, graves moved 1885 to Quincy
COLTON CORNERS BURIAL GROUND
Colton Road ar Miller Road.
No longer in existence
Old tales only. Ledgend says that the bodies were moved to Fluvanna.
CULVER BURIAL GROUND
Welch Hill Road
No longer in existence.
Remnants of stones found in 1988, nothing legible
near Wattlesburg Church
ADAMS Ada or Rhoda died age 27
AIKINSON Ralph July 31, 1849 ae 39yrs
BACON Louisa d/o James & Eliza Bacon 31 July 1848 age 14
DEMMIS ?? wife of ?????? d. Jan 30 1859 age 66/0/23
PALMER Israel died Dec 1852/7 age 71yrs.
REYNOLDS Levi died Feb 21, 1853 age 76/0/11 (Feb 11 1777) computed
SPENCER Betsey Ann dau of Daniel
died 23 Jan 1855 age 15-8-3
Broken stone aged 27years
4 Field stone markers
Copied 1965 by Elsie Hamilton of Sherman, N.Y.
“ A sadly neglected cemetery.”
Young’s History of Chautauqua says that Jonathan R. Reynolds bought
in lot 32 in Sherman, March 1823. The following year he built a cabin for
himself and the family of his father. This probably is Levi Reynolds.
On page 528 Young’s states that in 1817 Israel Palmer, a native of
Dutchess County emigrated to the town of Ripley and settled 3 miles
south of Quincy. He had a son Israel Jr. who is listed in the 1874
county directory. This must be Israel Sr. Israel Jr. had a son
George W. who graduated from Albany Law School in 1857 and
made quite a name for himself in NYCity.
INDIAN BURIAL GROUND
North of NY 5 near the lake, west of Brockway Road.
of historical interest only. The Indian (Eries) Burial Ground
excavated 1905 by New York State Museum and is well