This cemetery is on the present (1994) Charles Pickard farm in the town of Lincoln. It lies in the middle of the pasture to the north of the farm buildings and measures about 12 feet by 12 feet, and is surrounded by a stone fence. I have not seen the cemetery but was told of it by Charles Pickard in 1993. He recalled that a man named Cole and his daughter were buried there.
This cemetery Is noted by Scott and Meyer on their list of 1961 (:36), and is also on Tuttle's Burials and Veterans list as being at Goff's Corners (Goffs lived here according to the 1875 map). This may also be the former Danehy farm where Clezzie Gallup reported two stones but she did not give any names. Her crude map indicates about the right spot.
The only data available is:
Data from Daniel Weiskotten in archive of Cazenovia Library.
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