Sand Lake Cemetery Locations
People buried in these cemeteries and graveyards are listed alphabetically
by surname in Interments in Rensselaer County Cemeteries.

Information on this page was contributed by Clare Radz, who also compiled our 93,000-entry searchable Cemetery Database. Some of the cemeteries listed below are linked to Find-A-Grave.

Name Data Source Location
Bauer Cemetery,
#1
Sand Lake Historian In the southeast corner of town, on the right side of Baur Road,
0.2 mile from Momrow Road.
Bristol Cemetery
#10
Sand Lake Historian On the right side of Burden Lake Road, just past Second Dyke Road;
it is beside a concrete block house, at the top of the hill.
Carr/Momrow Cemetery
#5
Copied by Don Radz Near the intersection of Kipple, Hoffman and Baur Roads in Taborton;
in 2000, it was on the McCracken property.
Elmwood Cemetery
#2
Sand Lake Historian At the intersection of NY State Route 150 and Shaver Road,
0.25 mile south of the hamlet of West Sand Lake.
Holcomb Cemetery
#3
Sand Lake Historian At the northwest corner of the junction of Town Barn Road and
Burden Lake / First Dyke Road.
Howard Cemetery
#15
Warren Broderick 2.2 miles north of Route 32, on the west side of Baur/Hoffman Roads,
3 miles north of the northern junction of these two roads; in 2000, it was
on the Muellecker property, formerly the Schaus property.
Silas Miller Cemetery
#4
Sand Lake Historian On the right side of Thais Road, 2.5 miles past a bridge over
Wynantskill Creek; the cemetery is on the Whitman farm, several hundred feet
back from the road.
Oak Hill Cemetery
#13
Don and Clare Radz,
Warren Broderick
On Oak Hill Road, 0.1 mile north of its intersection with Mosher Road;
the cemetery is just over a stone wall before the first driveway on the right.
Old Lutheran Cemetery
#12
Sand Lake Historian Judy Rowe South of the hamlet of West Sand Lake, on Old Best Road;
turn right onto Parker Road; the cemetery was on the right side of
the current Cipperly farm; four stones are said to have been removed
to Eastfield Village Museum in Nassau. The four stones are those of
William CRAVER, Catherine STROPE, Christopher VAN DUSEN
and Nancy FELLER [NOTE from the submitter: The stones were
not visible at a visit to the museum in 1995.]; the same source says
that a Christina A. STICKLEMIRE stone was moved to Elmwood Cemetery,
West Sand Lake (see above); another stone, that of Elizabeth TEAL,
was moved to West Sand Lake Lutheran Church Cemetery; also believed
to be buried here are Johannes ZIPPERLY, Rebecca SCHAEFFER and
Barent ULINE; these stones and all others were destroyed.
Robins Cemetery
#14
Don and Clare Radz,
Warren Broderick
On the south side of Taborton Road, 0.1 mile east of Eastern Turnpike,
immediately behind the Evans residence (in 2000), at the top of a knoll;
cemetery contains a few homemade stones, with no inscriptions visible.
Saint Henry's Roman Catholic
Church Cemetery

#7
Sand Lake Historian Judy Rowe Behind Saint Henry's Church, between NY State Route 43 and
Rensselaer County Route 45, in the hamlet of Averill Park.
Sand Lake Union Cemetery
#6 (also known as
Woodbine Cemetery)
Sand Lake Historian Off NY State Routes 43 and 66, 0.13 mile south of the hamlet of Sand Lake,
on the right.
Taborton Methodist
Church Cemetery
#11
Sand Lake Historian Judy Rowe 0.9 mile east of Walk Road in the hamlet of Taborton;
the cemetery is on the left side of Taborton Road, on the border of
the Steinberg property in 2000; there are no visible stones.
Taborton Zion Church Cemetery
#8
Sand Lake Historian Behind Zion Church, in the hamlet of Taborton.
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
#9
Sand Lake Historian On the west side of NY State Route 150, behind Trinity Lutheran Church,
in the hamlet of West Sand Lake.



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