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Peter Haines Family
Cemetery

Located on private premises on O'Hara Road in the hamlet of Haines Falls, in the Town of Hunter, this cemetery is heavily overgrown. The forest has overtaken the site and many stones have fallen. Numerous fieldstones, some with rough initials engraved on them are found throughout the site. Very likely that additional gravestones were at the site, but have been buried in the undergrowth. It appears that a number of stones originally located at this site were relocated to the Haines Falls Cemetery on North Lake Road. 

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Transcribed by Sylvia, Britni and Derick Hasenkopf on September 24, 2000


  1. Footstone only, M.B.
  2. Jacob Haines, b. August 14, 1841, d. December 25, 1866, Co. K. 4 NY Calvary
  3. In memory of Lydia Ann Simpson, b. State of Rhode Island, Washington County, d. June 23, 1841, aged 31y8m18d, w/o James Simpson
  4. In memory of Jacob Hommel, d. February 6, 1846, aged 55y8m29d
  5. Christine, d. March 17, 1842, aged 5y5m, d/o Jeremiah and Catharine Haines
  6. Polly, d. July 14, 1842, aged 26y17d, d/o Peter B. and Sarah Hains
  7. Melissa Grand, d. March 26, 1842, aged 2y, d/o Peter B. and Sarah Hains
  8. Sally Smith, d. August 27, 1857, aged 58y4m21d, w/o Peter B. Haines
  9. Sarah Ann, d. May 5, 1831, aged 1y4m21d, d/o Peter B. and Sarah Hains
  10. Rebecca W, d. July 14, 1835, aged 9y5m12d, d/o Peter B. and Sarah Hains

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