North Greenbush Cemetery Locations
People buried in this cemetery are listed alphabetically by surname in Interments
in Rensselaer County Cemeteries
.

The information on this page was compiled by the late Lin Van Buren, with contributions by Chris Philippo. Thank you, Chris! Some of the cemeteries listed below are linked to interments at Find-A-Grave.

NameData SourceLocation
Blooming Grove Rural Personal visits From Troy, take US Route 4 southward towards East Greenbush;
cemetery is on left (east) side of Route 4, shortly before you
come to prominent white Blooming Grove Church on right.
Large cemetery; maintained.
Defreest Graveyard D. S. Ptak's Cast in Stone From Troy, take US Route 4 southward towards East Greenbush;
watch for Winter Street (County Route 74) coming in from left;
shortly after this, turn right into Jordan Street, the entry
into Rensselaer Technology Park (RTP); continue for 0.2 of a mile;
take first left towards RTP office, which is in old Defreest family
home; cemetery is 550 feet southeast of office. 3 stones cited.
Evergreen Cemetery Findagrave.com and Google Satellite On north side of Main Avenue, Wynantskill, east of First Reformed Church at 413 Main Ave.
Hidley Graveyard Theresa Bonner There is an old cemetery on the crest of a hill on Hidley Road in
North Greenbush, NY. If you follow the power lines back on the east
side of the road and then up to the highest point to the right, there
is an old cemetery we visited 30 years ago. I believe it still exists
but may no longer be legible. It contained many Hidley names and children.
I would estimate that there are at least 20 graves. It is behind the old
VFW post and the Kruzelnicky farm.
Teeling-Wendell Graveyard DAR records Private graveyard on old Wendell Farm, later the farm of
Jonas Smith Manville; about 1 mile west of US Route 4 in vicinity
of RTP (see Defreest Graveyard entry above for directions to RTP);
in RTP, take Jordan Road all the way to end; cemetery is south
of Nynex Building. Inscriptions were copied in 1932 by Rachel C.
Wilkins for the Hoosac-Walloomsac Chapter of the DAR. At least 7 stones.



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