Interments in the UNNAMED GROUND, FISHKILL



"Old Gravestones of Dutchess County, New York" by J. W. Poucher published in 1924, page 72.


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 Tioronda.
CONDITION: Abandoned; stones broken and inscriptions illegible.
INSCRIPTIONS: 8 in number. Copied in 1908 by Miss Alice Crary (Mrs. Arthur T. Sutcliffe).
REMARKS: Probably an old ground and one from which many stones have disappeared. It may have belonged to the Wiltsies or Newlins.

Mary Colbert of the Beacon Cemetery Trail Committee, part of the Beacon Centennial Program and a member of the Beacon Historical Society has added the following information on this cemetery (04/26/2013).
"This small cemetery is on what was once the Brett family property. It has many names, including Byrnesville and Newlin-Teller. There is a greenway marker in front of the cemetery where it is called the Brett Family Cemetery c. 1717. Stone number 7 is that of Maria Wiltse, the only surviving stone, although it has toppled. It is legible." (See the photo below)

1. Feiller, Stephen, 1827.
2. Ives, Henry, s. of William & Charlotte A., d. 1859, a. 5 y.
3. Mead, Sally, w. of Hibbert, a. 43 y.
4. Newlin, Isaac, d. 1837, Dec. 22, a. 53 y.
5. Pier(ce), Major Thomas, d. 1823, Jan. 9, a. (?)7 y.
6. Wiggins, William Henry, s. of Daniel & Permelia, a. 6 y.
7. Wi(---), Maria, w. of Martin, d. (----), 1797.
8. (---), (B)etsey, dau. of Solomon & (---).




Copied by Charlotte Carey Dingee and transcribed by Liz DuBois

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