Athens Trinity Episcopal
Church

Burials
1847-1868


Photostat copy of the original records made by the New York State Library in 1934 and transcribed by Scott Wichmann


By Rev’d. N.C. Stoughton 

No. 1               Aug. 21, 1847            Mrs. Lavinia Bunker              Athens            
                                                            A communicant.  Reg. in par. 

No. 2               (blank)                       Mrs. Jno. Bennet                    Athens
                                                            A communicant 

No. 3               Feb. 1, 1848                Mrs. Dunham                          Athens             Widow 

No. 4               Mar. 17, 1848             Edward Colson;  in the fifth year of his age.  Son of Wm. and Elizabeth Colson  (baptized in his last sickness) 

No. 5               Mar. 21, 1848             Johannes Hollenbeck; in the seventy sixth year of his age

No. 6               Mar. 23, 1848             A young child of Mr. Nathan Clark’s Jr.  -- unbaptized 

No. 7               June 18, 1848              Mrs. Hadden, a Communicant in this parish 

No. 8               July 31, 1848              Mrs. Grace Seeley, a communicant in this parish 

No. 9               Aug. 14, 1848             Mr. Levi Beardsley, a communicant in the 83rd year of his age 

No. 10             Nov. 4, 1848               Ann Augustus, a black woman (sister to the communicant Jane Hollenbeck, aged about sixty, baptized. 

No. 11             Jan. 1, 1849                 Mr. Hiram Wilbur, a resident of Saratoga

No. 12             May 17, 1849              (Ascension Day)  Mrs. Folger, a communicant of  the Church, and formerly resident in this parish.                                                                   Aged 85. 

No. 13             May 18, 1849              John, infant son of John Beardsley, U.S.A. – aged about 3 years.  Unbaptized. 

No. 14             June 23, 1849              Mrs. Demun, Widow, and Communicant in this parish  --  by profession:  though never having communed, to my
                                                              knowledge, during my charge here. N.C.S.    The name should be Dumond  --  Aged 50 yrs. 

No. 15             Oct. 17, 1849              Buried in the Parish of Hudson  (the Rector of it was away)  by the Rector of this parish, Mr. James Nixon, in the 74th year
                                                             of his age:  formerly of Hudson, but lately living at Troy.
No. 16             Oct. 23, 1849              Eunice Van Buskirk --  wife of Abraham Van Buskirk Esq: (who is commemorated by a Tablet in this Church)  She was
                                                             born at Norwich, Conn. Dec. 26, 1769 and died at New York, Oct. 21, 1849 – from wh. place her remains were brought
                                                             here to be  interred in the family vault:  formerly a communicant in this Parish. 

No. 17             May 5, 1850                Mrs. Elmira White, widow of Henry White, Communicant in this parish; in the 75th year of her age.

No. 18             May 26, 1850              Miss Margaret Woolsey, a member of this Parish, and a Communicant in intention and desire, though  (thru bodily
                                                              weakness) not in act. 

No. 19             Aug. 25, 1850             Mrs. Mary Howland, wife of Henry Howland of this village.

No. 20             Aug. 27, 1850             Emma N., infant daughter of Mr. Wm. N. Van  Loan, aged two years and a half. 

No. 21             Sep. 22, 1850              Mr. George W. Haviland, in the 25th year of his age. 

No. 22             Sep. 30, 1850              Infant son of Jeremiah Sissom and his wife 

No. 23             Oct. 10, 1850              Alfred, infant son of Jacob Young and Catherine his wife

No. 24             Oct. 21, 1850              Isabella, infant daughter of George Field and Catharine his wife

No. 25             Oct. 27, 1850              Infant daughter of Mr. William Nichols and Julia his wife

No. 26             Nov. 1, 1850               Mary Anna, daughter of Mrs. Polly Lee, in the 4th year of her age 

No. 27             Dec. 1, 1850                Jacob G’ Voogd, a black man, son of the Mary G’ Voogd who used to be a Communicant in this Parish, aged (blank)

No. 28             Dec. 19, 1850              Mr. Rob’t. Hollenbeck, once a Communicant in this Parish, in the (blank) yr. of his age

No. 29             Dec. 20, 1850              Charles William, Son of Elnathan Porter and Rachel  his Wife:  aged, just six years 

No. 30             Dec. 24, 1850              Francis Wilson, Son of Sylvester Gardner, and Mary Ann, his wife; born 25 Feb. 1850 

No. 31             Dec. 27, 1850              Henry, Son of Henry White and Mary his Wife; aged three months 

No. 32             Dec. 27, 1850              Nancy, daughter of Alexander Raymond and Eunice his Wife, in the 5th year of her age; and also, at the same time 

No. 33             Dec. 27, 1850              Hezekiah Lockwood, another child of the same parents in the second year of his age. 

No. 34             Jan. 8, 1851                 Mr. Simcon Selden Post, Ship carpenter, in the fortieth year of his age 

No. 35             Feb. 14, 1851              at Catskill, Louis, Son of Rev’d. Louis L. Noble and Sarah his wife;  aged 6 yrs. 

No. 36             Feb. 16, 1851              Mrs. Sarah Vosburgh, mother of Mr. Jeremiah Clough of this parish; aged 66 years. 

No. 37             Feb. 19, 1851              Mrs. Catharine Champlin, widow of Charles Champlin, of this village:  aged 26 years 

No. 38             Mar. 5, 1851               (Ash Wednesday) at Hudson, Rachel Joanna,daughter of Joshua and Lydia E. Silvernail:  aged nearly three months

No. 39             Mar. 19, 1851             Mr. Samuel Hamilton of this village in the 88th year of his age

 

No. 40             Apr. 1, 1851                John C. infant son (aged 8 months) of Caspar C. Hollenbeck, and his wife Jane; of Madison.  The Funeral at Mrs. John
                                                              Reed’s 

No. 41             Apr. 6, 1851                Peter Sisco, aged 15 years, son of Joseph Sisco, and his wife Clara:  now living in Athens village; black people 

No. 42             May 4, 1851                Amelia Ann, daughter of Zachariah Sickles and his (first) wife Amelia, aged nearly 12 years.  Funeral at Mr. Warner’s -- 
                                                             grandparents to the child 

No. 43             May 21, 1851              Mr. Thomas Sheffield, of this village, aged 78 years 

No. 44             Aug. 8, 1851               Jessie, daughter of (Mogn De Coteau) Moses Hill and Cellia his wife, of this village – (The familyCanadian French and
                                                             Roman Catholic). 

No. 45             Aug. 20, 1851             Samuel Watson, a native of Kilinchey, Ireland, and last from Port Nessich, Scotland, in the 23rd year of his age.  Buried,
                                                             Aug. 20, 1851

No. 46             Aug. 22, 1851             Samuel Hamilton, son of Widow Caroline Hamilton of this village, aged 12 years.  Buried Aug. 22, 1851

(Memorandum:  Within the last 4 weeks I  have buried three persons at Hudson, viz. Mrs. Richmond, Mrs. Jennings, and Mr. Benson – as will be seen by the Parish Register there)  N.C.S.

No. 47             Nov. 3, 1851               Mrs. Mary Jane Davenport, wife of William Davenport, of this village, aged (blank).  Buried Nov. 3, 1851. 

No. 48             Nov. 9, 1851               Mrs. Elias Raymond, a communicant in this Parish: aged (blank)  Buried Nov. 9th (21st Sund. aft. Trinity) A.D. 1851

No. 49             Nov. 14, 1851             Mrs. Mary Norbury, a communicant in this parish:  aged (blank)   Buried Nov. 14, 1851

No. 50             Dec. 2, 1851                Henry G’ Voogd, a colored man aged about thirty years:  son of Mary G’ Voogd.  Buried Dec. 2, 1851.  (v. No. 27) 

No. 51             Dec. 22, 1851              Anna Ten Eyck, (black) daughter of Cato Ten Eyck, of this village, aged nearly fourteen years:  buried Dec. 22, 4th Sunday
                                                              in Adv’t 1851. 

No. 52             Dec. 30, 1851              Mary Deal, relict of Henry Deal, in the 92nd year of her age:  buried Dec. 30, 1851 

No. 53             Jan. 28, 1852               Mrs. Catharine Haviland, wife of Mr. Benjamin Haviland of this town aged 65 years.  Buried Jan. 28, 1852 

No. 54             Mar. 13, 1852             Mr. Wm. Colson, of New York, formerly of this  village.  Buried Mar. 13, 1852, aged 35 yrs. 

No. 55             Apr. 6, 1852                Mr. Joseph Seeley, lately of Albany, formerly a Communicant in this parish:  aged 88 years.  Buried Apr. 6, 1852 

No. 56             Apr. 13, 1852              Mr. John Colson, father of Mr. Wm. Colson above named:  aged about 63 years.  Buried Apr. 13, 1852

By the Rev. Wm. Watson 

July 17, 1852              Miss Catharine Dixon, a Communicant, age (blank) 

By the Rev. Jona. Coe 

Feb. 30 (sic) 1853       Annie, daughter of Benjm. & Mary J. Haviland  3 yrs. 2 mos.

Apr. 4, 1853                Almira, daughter of Henry & Mary White 1 yr.   3 mos.

May 16, 1853              James Byrne (Both parents dec’s’d) 8 yrs.

May 25, 1853              Mrs. Hannah Hallenbeck (widow) 67 yrs.

June 1, 1853                Iretta, wife of John Marvin 31 yrs.

Aug. 10, 1853             William Brandow 84 yrs.

Aug. 12, 1853             Athenia, daughter of John & Imogene Leffingwell   3 yrs. 10 mos.

(blank)                        A French child, parents Canadians

Sep. 23, 1853              John F. Lavender, colored age about 17 yrs.

Oct. 6, 1853                Mrs. Altanah H. Sands (widow)  64 yrs.

Oct. 18, 1853              Infant child (daughter of Jehiel Avery) 2 ½ mos.

Dec. 23, 1853              Emeline, daughter of John Kelsey  about 2 yrs.

Apr. 19, 1854              Mrs. Sarah Leffingwell, (widow) 81 yrs.

Apr. 20, 1854              James Franklin, son of Jas. & Margaret Layman  9m 21d

May 3, 1854                Nelson Clough, colored child 3 yrs.

June 2, 1854                Matthew Davenport 61 yrs.

July 5, 1854                Wm. E., son of Wm. P. & Temperance Brooks  8y6m4d  (drowned)

Aug. 8, 1854               Abby Jane    }  children of Hobert & Elsey  4y8m26d

Aug. 8, 1854               Mary Elisa   }             Bennett                         1y11m10d

Aug. 21, 1854             Sarah Groom, colored, very aged

Aug. 30, 1854             Emilla, wife of John Clough 47y10m13d

Sep. 10, 1854              Mrs. Paulina Brandow, widow of Wm. Brandow 71 yrs.

Oct. 12, 1854              Hezekiah Van Buskirk, (died of Cholera) unknown

Jan. 1, 1855                 Alonzo Young 17 yrs.

Jan. 11, 1855               Mrs. Wealthy Hamilton, (widow)  84 yrs.

Apr. 12, 1855              Mrs. Patience Frazer, (widow)  78 yrs.

May 13, 1855              Elisabeth, wife of Luther Payne  33 yrs.

Oct. 15, 1855              Mary G’Voog’d  --  colored  87 yrs.

Jan. 17, 1856               Henrietta, daughter of Zachariah Sickles 6 yrs.

Jan. 20, 1856               Zachariah, son of Zachariah Sickles 3 yrs.

Mar. 16, 1856             Mrs. Magdalena Mackie about 50 yrs.

May 3, 1856                Margaret Jane, daughter of Jas. & Joanna Ryan 10y11m17d

May 18, 1856              Eugene, son of Jerry & Elsey Clough  10yrs. 10 mos.

June 8, 1856                Alexander Raymond  --  (instantly killed)   56 yrs.

July 5, 1856                Eleanor, wife of Wm. Allcot   56 yrs.

Aug. 25, 1856             Amanda, daughter of Hobert & Elsey Bennett   1 yr. 4m

Aug. 27, 1856             John, son of Capt. John Beardsley   5 yrs.

Sep. 8, 1856                Mrs. Martha Dobson – (widow)   78 yrs.

Sep. 10, 1856              Geo., son of Joseph & Phebe E.. King  2 yrs.

Sept. 19, 1856             Wm. Wallace, son of Henry Briggs   (blank)

Nov. 27, 1856             Edward G., son of Mrs. Julia E. Sears   2 yrs. 10m

Nov. 30, 1856             Mrs. Ruth Low, (widow)  76 yrs.

Mar. 31, 1857             Mrs. Rebecca Tolley, (widow)   77 yrs.

Apr. 22, 1857              Sarah C., wife of Nathan Clarke Jr. (blank)

July 2, 1857                 Orrin E. Osborne   54 yrs.

By J.E. Johnson 

Aug. 29, 1866             Geo. E. Titus, born in Athens, Nov. 1, 1840, died of consumption Aug. 26, 1840 (sic), buried in D.F. Cem.

May 14, 1867              Russell E. Clough, born in Athens, (blank), died in Jersey City May 12, 1867 of Consumption, buried in Dutch Ref. Cemetery

Sep. 19, 1867              Elizabeth Everts, born in (blank) (blank) died in Brooklin, N.Y. Sep. 17, 1867 of Whooping Cough and Summer Complaint
                                     Buried in Ref. Dutch Cemetery

Feb. 2, 1868                Mrs. Marianna Byrne, wife of Capt. E.F. Byrne of Utica, N.Y.  Died Jan. 29, 1868 of Congestion of the Lungs, age 32 yrs.


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