Sand Lake Cemetery Locations
People buried in these cemeteries and graveyards are listed alphabetically
by surname in Interments in Rensselaer County Cemeteries.
|Sand Lake Historian||In the southeast corner of town, on the right side of Baur Road,
0.2 mile from Momrow Road.
|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.
|Copied by Don Radz||Near the intersection of Kipple, Hoffman and Baur Roads in Taborton;
in 2000, it was on the McCracken property.
|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.
|Sand Lake Historian||At the northwest corner of the junction of Town Barn Road and|
Burden Lake / First Dyke Road.
|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|
|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|
|Don and Clare Radz,
|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|
|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.
|Don and Clare Radz,
|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|
|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
|Sand Lake Historian||Off NY State Routes 43 and 66, 0.13 mile south of the hamlet of Sand Lake,|
on the right.
|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|
|Sand Lake Historian||Behind Zion Church, in the hamlet of Taborton.|
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery|
|Sand Lake Historian||On the west side of NY State Route 150, behind Trinity Lutheran Church,|
in the hamlet of West Sand Lake.