Brunswick Cemetery Locations
People buried in these cemeteries are listed alphabetically by
surname in Rensselaer Co. Cemetery Database.

Information on this page was compiled by Debby Masterson.

Name Data Source Location
Aiken's Corners Cemetery DAR records; rechecked
by Don Radz in 1994
In a small grove between John Snyder Road and Flower Road, about 500 feet south of NY State Route 7
Barringer Cemetery LDS Film #0017542 On south side of Menemsha Lane, just east of the intersection with Cranston Road
Beam Cemetery Town Historian Was behind a stone house near the intersection of Liberty Road and North Lake Avenue
Beth Tephilah Cemetery None - denied permission
to copy headstones
On Spring Avenue Extension just east of Saint Jean's Cemetery and west of Mountain View Avenue
Boomhower Cemetery Don Radz and LDS
missionaries in 1994
Go east from hamlet of Eagle Mills on NY State Route 2; turn south (right) onto White Church Road; take the first right onto Wiegner Lane; the cemetery is on property owned by the Wiegner family, on left behind a house occupied by Galbraith, on left about 200 yards back in brushy woods
Brewster Cemetery DAR records One mile from "Miami Beach" at top of Oil Mill Hill, on west side of "road to Cooksboro" [sic - NY State Route 40, aka Leversee Road?]
Brick Church Cemetery Latham Ward, Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Take NY State Route 7 eastward from the hamlet of Center Brunswick; turn east (right) onto NY State Route 278 (aka Brick Church Road); the cemetery is about 0.5 mile past Brick Church, on left
Bulson Cemetery #1 Don Radz and LDS
missionaries
Take NY State Route 2 eastward from hamlet of Clums Corners; turn north (left) onto Bulson Road; the cemetery is behind a house at the corner of Bulson Road and Tambul Lane, in a brushy area close to the road, just past the back yard of the home
Bulson Cemetery #2 Don Radz Take NY State Route 2 eastward from hamlet of Clums Corners; turn north (left) onto Bulson Road; continue 0.4 mile; cemetery is in a field on left side of Bulson Road
Campbell Cemetery DAR Records On west side of Bulson Road, between Camel Hill Road and NY State Route 2, southwest of Bulson Cemetery
[Jacob] Cipperley Cemetery DAR records On side of Tambul Lane just southeast of Rifenburg Road, going up a hill towards Bulson Road
[Michael] Cipperley Cemetery DAR records Take Tamarac Road northeastward from hamlet of Clums Corners; turn right onto Camel Hill Road; cemetery is on private property between Rifenburg Road and Camel Hill Road
Colehamer Cemetery #1 Fred and Francis Schaeffer;
rechecked by Don Radz
On old Patrie farm near Heather Ridge development; from NY State Route 2 heading eastward from Troy, turn left (north) just before White Bridge; cemetery is between Heather Ridge and the Sugar Hill Apartments on McChesney Avenue
Colehamer Cemetery #2 William Coons; rechecked
by Clare and Don Radz
Take NY State Route 7 eastward from Troy to Center Brunswick; turn right (south) onto Town Office Road (Rensselaer County Route 135); cemetery is behind a private home in bushy woods on left (east) side of Town Office Road
Coonradt Cemetery DAR records About 1 mile south of Eagle Mills hamlet on Creek Road, on east side of road at top of a hill; about 1,000 feet from the road
Janet Derbyshire wrote in 2006 of this cemetery on the Welch farm, "There are many stones in this cemetery, and there is an iron fence around it. The gate is off but still had the inscription the last time I was there some years ago. The cemetery is terribly overgrown."
Derrick Cemetery #1 Judy Rowe Believed to have been on Bald Mountain Road; was removed to Oakwood Cemetery in Troy
Derrick Cemetery #2 Warren Broderick Cemetery was destroyed; no information is available
Derrick/Wheeler Cemetery LDS Film #0017542 Was located on southeast side of NY State Route 7, just west of Center Brunswick, and was about 0.25 mile from the road
DuBois Cemetery Don Radz From hamlet of Eagle Mills, take Garfield Road (Rensselaer County Route 137) southward; bear right onto Fitting Lane; go to the last house; the cemetery is several hundred yards to the southwest, across two fields, and is up a wooded ridge above the Poesten Kill (creek)
Eagle Mills Cemetery Latham Ward, Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints
From hamlet of Eagle Mills, take Garfield Road (Rensselaer County Route 137) southward; the cemetery is to your immediate left (east side of Garfield Road)
Eddy Burying Ground R. Aikens From NY State Route 2 heading northeastwards, turn right onto John Snyder Road; cemetery is on Eddy Lane, off John Snyder Road; there is also 21-A, located near the Eddy Burying Ground in a barnyard; one name, Augustus Snyder, according to DAR records
Forest Park Cemetery1
(Forest Hills Cemetery)
DAR records On Pinewoods Avenue (Rensselaer County Route 140) about 2 miles east of the intersection of Pinewoods Avenue and Pawling Avenue in Troy; cemetery is on north side of Pinewoods Avenue, at Troy Country Club Road
Goeway Cemetery Warren Broderick Was located on west side of Mountainview Avenue (Rensselaer County Route 142), near Troy city limits; coffins were moved in about 1873 to Lot 11, Section 9 of Oakwood Cemetery in Troy; gravestones were not moved and cannot be located at present
Karner Cemetery DAR records On north side of Spring Avenue Extension (Rensselaer County Route 130), just west of Creek Road (Rensselaer County Route 139)
Kings Grant (Springer) Cemetery DAR records At junction of Dater Hill Road (Rensselaer County Route 132) and Dearstyne Road
Kuntz Farm Cemetery Koon and Coons Families
of Eastern New York
, compiled
by William Solyman Coons
On Farm to Market Road (NY State Route 351), 0.75 mile south of White Church (Presbyterian), on Kuntz farm
Link Cemetery Judy Rowe From hamlet of Tamarac, take Tamarac Road northeastward; turn right onto Indian Creek Road, cemetery is at end of Indian Creek Road, behind old house in woods
Lockrow Cemetery Judy Rowe On Sweet Milk Creek Road
Martin Hayner Cemetery DAR records Take NY State Route 7 northeastwards from Center Brunswick; turn right onto Carroll's Grove Road; cemetery is on left (east) side of Carroll's Grove Road on private property
McChesney Cemetery Town Historian Was located on NY State Route 7, where present Grand Union supermarket parking lot now is; was relocated to Oakwood Cemetery in Troy and is believed to be in Section K, Lot 21; known to be buried there are Joseph McChesney and his wife, Mary Mulleneaux; there were others
McManus Cemetery Town Historian Was on old McManus estate off McChesney Avenue Extension (Rensselaer County Route 134); moved in part in 1883 to Section H, Lot 403 of Oakwood Cemetery in Troy, NY
Methodist Cemetery Cemetery destroyed -
no information available
Was located on southeast side of NY State Route 2, about halfway between Center Brunswick and NY State Route 278; near where Ginsberg Market was later located
Morrison Cemetery LDS film #0017542 From hamlet of Clums Corners, go east on NY State Route 2; turn left (north) onto Bulson Road; go up a hill; the cemetery is visible from the road, about 100 yards on the right
Morrison/Bornt Cemetery Don Radz and Joe Messerle Take NY State Route 278 (Brick Church Road) eastward; turn left onto Tamarac Road; travel 2.6 miles; cemetery is on right side of Tamarac Road, before Harrington Farms, in a grove of trees close to the road
Old Eagle Mills Cemetery LDS film #0017542 From hamlet of Eagle Mills, take Pinewoods Avenue (Rensselaer County Route 140) southwestwards towards Troy; cemetery was on Shaver farm, on left side of Pinewoods Avenue, just up a hill from Eagle Mills
Opposite Brick Church Cemetery DAR records On NY State Route 278 (Brick Church Road), between NY State Route 7 and NY State Route 2; across from Brick Church
Originial Lutheran Cemetery,
Haynersville
DAR records In hamlet of Haynersville, about 500 feet from NY State Route 7, on east side, behind where the original church was
Roberts Family Cemetery Town Historian On Town Office Road (Rensselaer County Route 135), across from Brunswick town offices
Ryan/Banker Cemetery Town Historian Was on Plank Road (Rensselaer County Route 128); to make way for construction of a power substation, cemetery was moved to Maple Grove Cemetery in hamlet of Cooksboro, in town of Pittstown
Saint Jean's Cemetery Latham Ward, Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints
On north side of Spring Avenue Extension (Rensselaer County Route 130), between Pawling Avenue (NY State Route 66) and Mountainview Avenue (Rensselaer County Route 142)
Saint Peter's Cemetery Latham Ward, Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints
On right (east) side of Oakwood Avenue (NY State Route 40) going north from Frear Park, Troy, across from Oakwood Cemetery; St Peter's Cemetery is partially in Troy and partially in Brunswick
Schermerhorn Cemetery LDS film #0017542 On north side of Brunswick Road (NY State Route 2), near Brunswick Hills Estate; enclosed by an iron fence
Shaver Cemetery Judy Rowe On private property on south side of Carroll's Grove Road
Snyder Cemetery Judy Rowe; rechecked
by Don Radz
From Haynersville, take NY State Route 7 northeastwards; turn right onto Flower Road; drive 0.6 mile; cemetery is on right, up a hill behind a house, in trees
Swartwout Cemetery Warren Broderick Take NY State Route 142 eastward; turn left onto Gypsy Lane; cemetery was moved to Section N or Section S at Oakwood Cemetery in Troy, NY
Van Arnum Cemetery Town Historian Was on Grange Road (NY State Route 142), across from Calhoun farm; moved in 1871 to Section G, Lot 22 of Oakwood Cemetery in Troy, NY
Van Vleck/Bancker Cemetery DAR records About 0.5 mile from "Miami Beach", at top of Oil Mill Hill, on left side of "road to Cooksboro" (sic - NY State Route 40, aka Leversee Road?), about 50 feet from highway, on Gypsy Lane
Wager Cemetery Frances Broderick In hamlet of Haynersville, on Lockrow Road, on private property
White Church Cemetery Judy Rowe Behind the White Church (Presbyterian), just off NY State Route 351 (aka Farm to Market Road), at White Church Road

1 Clare Radz also checked these against old copies of Interment Books in the Troy Public Library and added names where appropriate. An adjoining portion of land owned by Troy Country Club contained 21 graves. This property has been turned over to Forest Park Cemetery. Only one grave was identified with a name, and that has been taken care of by a family member. There is no way to identify those buried in the remaining 20 graves. They are being cared for by cemetery personnel.



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