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Jacob Warner Lot
Richmondville, New York

Catalogued and submitted by Roger P. Smith

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Located on Sylvester Warner Farm
Present Owner:  Arthur T. Warner Estate,  located one half mile north of Warnerville Village

 Condition:  Very Bad (restored 2010)

This cemetery was restored in 2010 as a Boy Scout Eagle project led by Cameron Nichols of Cobleskill. Read the report here and
view pictures of the renovation work (pic 1, pic 2, pic 3, pic 4, pic 5, pic 6, pic 7, pic 8, pic 9, pic 10, pic 11)
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Rededication of George Warner, Sr. gravestone, May 21, 2011 (brochure)

Copied by Mrs. George Linster, Cobleskill, NY
Capt. Christian Brown Chapter
Cobleskill,  NY

Note: Camera icon ( ) links to a picture of that person's gravestone.) 

WARNER

Christina,  wife of Jacob D. Warner

D. Jun.  24, 1870

ae 61y 7d

 

Jacob D. Warner

D.  1878

ae 76y 4m

 

Sylvester

B.  Jan. 26, 1844

-

 

Adaline H.,  wife of Sylvester Warner

B.  Jan. 30, 1846

D.   Jun. 30, 1915

 

Marcus D.,  son of Adaline and Sylvester Warner

D.  1892

ae 22y 6m 15d

 

David

D.  Jan. 12, 1854

ae 86y 1m 26d

 

Catharine,  wife of David Warner

D.  Aug. 29, 1853

ae 86y 9m 25d

 

George,  son of David Warner

D.  May 3, 1804

ae 9y 8m 24d

 

Nancy,  wife of Edwin P. Peck

D.  Nov. 19, 1873

ae 40y 10m 16d

 

Husband’s grave

no name,  no marker

-

 

David

D.  Jun. 15, 1870

ae 34y 6m

 

Eve,  wife of Jacob D. Warner

D.  Apr. 28, 1811

ae 38y 2m 13d

 

Marcus,  son of Jacob D. & Eve Warner

D.  May 26, 1839

ae 11y 11m 18d

 

George 

D.  Jun. 1815

ae 90y

 

Dorsa, Wife of George Warner

D.  May 1817

ae 91y

 

(Dorsa Mattice - Schoharie Church Record)

Note:  Capt. Geo. Warner,  a Revolutionary man, buried in Warnerville Cemetery,  Known as “The Bush”

 

 


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