Spoor Cemetery

 

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Located in the Town of Coxsackie, on Flats Road, approximately 1 mile north of Hamilton Rd. It is situated on a hillock to the right of the first bridge north of Hamilton Rd. It is surrounded by a chain link fence with a gate. The cemetery is in relatively good condition, however a number of stones have fallen and a few are disintegrating.


Transcribed by Sylvia Hasenkopf October 12, 2001


  1. Alida Van Schaack, w/o Isaac Fowler, d. March 18, 1893, aged 78y7m18d
  2. Stone face down, footstone J.M.H.
  3. Stone face down, footstone J.J.
  4. Judith Ann, w/o James Worden, d. February 3, 1848, aged 47y
  5. In Memory of Rachel, w/o Jacob Jansen, d. February 16, 1849, aged 88y
  6. In Memory Jacob Jansen, d. January 4, 1852, aged 84y
  7. John H. Stebbins, d. November 19, 1870, aged 36y7m20d
    Ann, his wife, d. September 17, 1861, aged 20y
  8. Eleanor L. Stebbins, d. August 20, 1874, aged 60y5m8d
  9. Ferdinand Stebbins, b. September 17, 1842, d. September 7, 1900
  10.  ___ah Prov___, rest disintegrated
  11. Catharine M. Provost, d. April 10, 1875, aged 54y2m6d
  12. Jacob H. Provost, b. September 25, 1828, d. May 30, 1897
  13. Stone face down, footstone A.S.P.
  14. Isaac A. Van Schaack, b. October 20, 1818, d. February 2, 1903
    Elizabeth Spoor, his wife, b. August 14, 1820, d. August 6, 1899
    Albertus, b. 1843, d. 1920
  15. Gilmore, s/o Jacob H. and Angeline Provost, d. June 9, 1868, aged 4y9m11d
  16. Philip H. Miller, b. December 7, 1868, d. April 1, 1906
    Jennie E. Stickney, his wife, b. May 9, 1871, no death date
  17. Peter S. Van Schaack, b. 1849, d. 1932
    Rachel M. Brate, his wife, b. 1848, d. 1918
  18. Henry I. Miller, d. May 16, 1872, aged 89y1m6d
  19. Rebecca F. Van Schaack, w/o Henry I. Miller, d. February 25, 1883, aged 36y
  20. Aaron G. Van Schaack, b. ? 18, 18??, d. October 22, 18?? Stone broken
  21. Mary Ann Spoor, w/o Aaron G. Van Schaack, b. September 13, 1827, d. November 23, 1909
  22. Aaron ? Van Schaack, d. October 2, 1870, aged 16y2m20d
  23. Thomas Burgoine, father, b. 1793, d. 1861
    Jane Spoor, his wife, mother, b. 1803, d. 1877
  24. John A. Van Wie, b. June 19, 1842, d. September 21, 1890
    Josephine Richtmyer, b. November 13, 1847, d. May 6, 1920
  25. George Jansen, b. 1840, d. 1918
    Clarasia Van Hoesen, his wife, b. 1838, d. 1887
  26. Jacob P. Bogardus, d. May 1, 1835, aged 74y
  27. Mary, w/o Jacob P. Bogardus, d. January 7, 1839, aged 73y
  28. Rebecca Bogardus, w/o Thomas Van Hoesen, died in Jersey City, NJ, July 21, 1874, aged
    67y2m21d
  29. Mary H., w/o Derrick Jansen, d. February 10, 1863, aged 60y1m
  30. Stone face down, footstone D.J.
  31. John G. Van Hoesen, b. 1800, d. 1874
    Harriet Hallenbeck, his wife, b. 1808, d. 1882
    George L. Van Hoesen, b. 1836, d. 1905
    John C. Van Hoesen, b. 1840, d. 1901
  32. Charles S. Jansen, b. 1840, d. 1897
    Mary Van Hoesen, his wife, b. 1850, d. 1890
  33. Martin Jansen, d. July 20, 1891, aged 55y7m
  34. Mary Helen, w/o Martin Jansen, d. September 5, 1872, aged 36y9m2d
  35. William H. Evertson, b. January 29, 1842, d. 1916
    Anna Van Hoesen, b. October 8, 1846, d. March 12, 1893
  36. Harriet Hallenbeck, w/o John C. Van Hoesen, d. May 3, 1882, aged 73y5m3d
  37. John C. Van Hoesen, d. February 1, 1874, aged 73y10m7d
  38. Hiram Brown, d. July 12, 1867, aged 48y
  39. Abram Gardner, d. February 16, 1892, aged 82y
  40. Maria Jansen, w/o Abram Gardner, d. January 28, 1873, aged 77y8m

    The following stones are enclosed by a separate iron fence within the cemetery:
  41. In Memory of Judith Ann, w/o Howard E. Thurber, and only d/o John and Sophia Spoor, died New York March 9, 1839, aged 29y6m1d
  42. Sarah E. Thurber, b. 1832, d. 1909
  43. Abram Spoor, d. May 14, 1838, aged 34y3m12d
  44. James W. Spoor, M.D., d. October 20, 1849, aged 48y4m5d
  45. Beneath this stone reposes the ashes of Charles Henry Edward Spoor, a son of Chivalry, Impelled by an ardent love of Country and the example of a high minded and patriot father, he became a soldier, A graduate of West Point and a Lieutenant in the army, an officer of distinction and closed his earthly career at the village of Lockport, New York, on the 26th day of January 1838, aged 25y10m13d
  46. Isaac Spoor, d. June 26, 1832, aged 26y
  47. Derrick Spoor, s/o John D. and Sophia Spoor, b. January 17, 1799, d. February 26, 1880
  48. In Memory of Sophia, w/o John D. Spoor, d. August 2, 1833, aged 57y
  49. Sacred to the Memory of John D. Spoor Esq., s/o Derrick and Judith Spoor, who died at Sackets Harbor, December 13th AD 1812, aged 39y. He commanded a company of militia stationed at Sackets Harbor for the defence of that frontier. He was a zealous patriot and Christian.
  50. Judith, w/o Derrick Spoor, d. April 20, 1796, aged 50y
  51. Derrick Spoor, d. Septembver 12, 1826, aged 85y
  52. Eve, w/o Johonas Spoor, d. September 7, 1786, aged 84y
  53. Johonas Spoor, d. February 15, 1761, aged 60y
  54. John Van Wie, d. November 3, 1853, aged 70y3d
    Elizabeth Spoor, his wife, rest buried
  55. In Memory of Rachel Magdalen, d/o Casper and Judith Hollenbeck, d. January 25, 1831, aged 19 (10?)y
  56. Sophia, d/o Casper and Judith Hallenbeck, d. February 22, 1829, aged 6m18d
  57. Ann Spoor, w/o William Wells, d. November 21, 1833, aged 53y
  58. Abraham D. Spoor, MD, s/o Derrick Spoor, b. March 14, 1791, d. December 28, 1873
  59. Derrick Van Wie, b. May 9, 1809, d. February 2, 1890
    Elsie Spoor, w/o Derrick Van Wie, b. March 22, 1818, d. November 24, 1874

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