From, Volume #2, Cemetery Records of Old Burying Grounds in the Town of Catskill 1946-1969. Recorded May 19, 1968 by Dorothy and Walter Smith. Retyped by Celeste MacCormack.
Cemetery visited on April 22, 2001 by Sylvia and Reinhard Hasenkopf. Cemetery in extremely poor condition. It is located on a little hillock in the middle of a cow pasture. Additional information regarding the individual tombstones recorded in brackets.
Burying ground on the old Francis Salisbury farm. Situated on the west end of the Leeds Flat about 1/2 mile west of the Leeds Bridge and on the north side of Old Route 23, several hundred feet back from highway. Very, very old burying ground, Francis Salisbury built stone house here in 1705, it burned to the ground about 1931. After the Salisburyís the place was owned by the Van Deusenís then and the Tiffany family, who were the owners when the house burned. Property now owned by M. Brodersen. Burying ground quite large but in very bad condition. A lot of stones down and must be a lot missing. There might be a better record of the ones buried here but to date have not been able to locate it.
Transcription of cemetery from the Vedder Memorial Library. Unknown transcriber. Date of transcription 1940-1960. Additional or conflicting information:
1. Catherine Elting, W/o Doc. Wm. Elting
12. Elizabeth Doty, d/o Jeremiah and Ann Doty,d. March 12, 1837, aged 4y7d
14. In Memory of Abraham Salisbury Jr., s/o Abraham Salisbury, d. February 22, 1808, aged 63y2m17d
15. Transcribed as read - MeFLyLel UgA aem Jan LouyaRsea Salisbury
1. S.F. 1837
2. Abraham Salisbury, d. April 11, 1844, aged 85y23d
3. Infant Salisbury, d. February 26, 1794
4. Illegible, s/o William and ? Salisbury, d. March 31, 1834, aged 1m25d
5. Jaco 1737
6. Field stone, transcribed as read: handy kaam hodd leden lcmbk aged 74
7. Field stone, transcribed as read: biPE.LPIL-MA PIA.31 MMPR MAnlu 1765