Interments in the BROWNELL GROUND



"Old Gravestones of Dutchess County, New York" by J. W. Poucher published in 1924, pages 174-175.


Note: Some of Poucher's listings have been found to be inaccurate, so use these with caution. If you find any inaccuracies in this listing please send them to me so that I may correct them. Lynn Brandvold  Thanks.


CLASSIFICATION: Family Ground.
LOCATION: At West Pawling, near the railroad station.
CONDITION: Thickly overgrown but used within recent years.
INSCRIPTIONS: 53 in number. Copied August 22, 1914, by J. W. Poucher, M. D., and
Mrs. Poucher.
REMARKS: Known as the Brownell ground.

1. Beach, M. (Zuleake), e. of Ephraim M., d. 1869, May 23, a. 23-8-17.
2. Britton, Isabel, d. 1898, Apr. 3, a. 22 y.
3. Britton, Mary E. Brownell, w. of Hiram C., d. 1899, Oct. 2, a. 42 y.
4. Britton, Susie, d. 1908, Mar. 4, a. 9 y. 11 m.
5. Brownell, Aaron, d. 1908, Oct. 29.
6. Brownell, Daniel, s. of John & Elizabeth, d. 1822, Apr. 7, in 3d y.
7. Brownell, Edward, d. 1831, Dec. 14, a. 92 y. 3 d.
8. Brownell, Elizabeth, w. of Edward, d. 1821, May 3, in 24th y.
9. Brownell, Elizabeth, w. of Edward, b. 1750, d. 1834, Apr. 17, a. 84 y. 4 m.
10. Brownell, Elizabeth, w. of John, d. 1850, Feb. 5, a. 58-7-10.
11. Brownell, Esther, w. of John, d. 1801, Nov. 29, a. 19 y.
12. Brownell, George, of Co. B, 128th N. Y. Volunteers, d. 1878, Sep. 6, a. 34-5-27.
13. Brownell, Jane A., b. 1842, Dec. 29, d. 1909, Apr. 27.
14. Brownell, John, d. 1851, Dec. 5, a. 75-10-15.
15. Brownell, Milton, 128th N. Y. Volunteers, d. 1901, Nov. (–), a. 64 y.
16. Brownell, Polly Van Scoy, wid. of William, d. 1902, Mary. 29, a. 63-3-29.
17. Brownell, William, d. 1885, Oct. 5, a. 54-9-5.
18. Brownell, William, d. 1885, Oct. 5, a. 54-9-5.
18. Brownell, children of Edward & Abigail:
    George, d. 1840, June 5, a. 6 y. 1 d.;
    Elizabeth, d. 1840, June 6, a. 1 y. 8 d.
19. Buckley, Thomas, 150th N. Y., d. 1888, Mar. 21, a. 55 y.
20. (Bugnon), Eliza, dau of Jack & Delphine, b. 1867, Feb. 17, d. 1871, June 3.
21. Clark, Mary, d. 1882, Sep. 28, a. 85 y.
22. Dibble, Ebenezer, d. 1867, Dec. 13, a. 58-9-19.
23. Dibble, Louise, dau. Ebenezer & Susan, d. 1852, June 11, a. 17-7-9.
24. Dibble, Polly P., d. 1890, Jul 8, a. 84 y.
25. Dibble, Susan, w. of Ebenezer, d. 1849, Feb. 17, in 40th y.
26. Dibble, Wallace, b. 1830, Aug. 9, d. 1908, Aug. 21.
27. Ferris, Ella M., dau. of Albert M. & Lina d. 1887, Aug. 24, a. 2 y. 14 d.
28. Gage, Ephraim, d. 1841, Oct. 7, a 40 y.
29. Hannah, Polly Dibble, w. of John, d. 1856, Apr. 27, a. 27-7-18.
30. McLane, James, d. 1867, Dec. 22, a. 72 y. 18 d. Elizabeth, his wife, d. 1872, Sep. 21, 1. 77 y.
31. Miller, Daniel, d. 1872, May 14, a. 72-3-24. (Veteran's grave).
32. Miller, Harrison, s. of Daniel & Sarah, d. 1845, Nov. (—), in 24th y.
33. Miller, Mary E., dau. of Gilbert & Phebe, d. 1885, Apr. 15, a. 8 m. 2 d.
34. Miller, Sarah, w. of Daniel, d. 1847, Feb. 20, in 43d y.
35. Miller, William, 150th N. Y. Volunteers, d. 1899, Feb. 1, a 65 y.
36. Murphy, Henry, 19 Co. Vols., d. 1893, Dec. 20, a. 76-9-11.
37. Place, Marietta, d. 1898, Jan. 16, a. 72 y. 3 m.
38. Place, Reuben R., d. 1886, Nov. 17, a. 74-9-6.
39. Prout, Caroline, w. of William, d. 1883, Jan. 20, a. 65 y.
40. Prout, William, d. 1878, Aug. 17, a. 70 y.
41. Truesdell, Deborah, b. 1788, May 3, d. 1872, Mar. 2, a. 84 y.
42. Utter, Benjamin, d. 1861, Feb. 2, a. 70 y.
43. Utter, Maria, wid. of Washington Utter, & w. of Benjamin, 2d, d. 1878, Dec. 17, a. 53 y.
44. Utter, Polly, w. of Benjamin, d. 1877, Aug. 16, a. 81 y.
45. Utter, Washington, d. 1860, Jan. 14, a. 33 y.
46. Van Scoy, Abel, d. 1884, May 26, a. 76-3-26.
47. Van Scoy, Jesse, b. 1811, Mar. 21, d. 1865, Mar. 30.
48. Van Scoy, Malinda, w. of Abel, d. 1880, May 2, a. 66-7-27.
49. Washburn, Mary Maria, w. of Daniel, & dau. of William & Caroline Prout, d. 1865, Nov. 9, a. 25 y. 6 m.
50. Woodin, Albro, d. 1861, Feb. 7, a. 38-11-14.
51. Woodin, Charles J., b. 1857, Dec. 15, d. 1891, May 8.
52. Woodin, Perry A., b. 1851, July 8, d. 1873, Dec. 8.
53. Woodin, Sarah, w. of Albro, b. 1829, Oct. 25, d. 1893, June 25.


Copied by Charlotte Carey Dingee and transcribed by Liz DuBois