(aka: Bethel Cemetery, Cemetery Lot 39 Pompey Hollow)
Town of Cazenovia
Madison County, New York
On E side of Pompey Hollow Rd on Town line 1800 ft S of Bethel Rd
+ Coburn, Infant dau. of Loran and Julia Ann Coburn, d. Sept.20, 1830 ae 11d
+ Coburn, Stephen d. Mar. 13, 1829 ae 52-1-30
+ " Polly, wife of Stephen Coburn, d. June 22, 1855 ae 80-2-6
Coburn - see Pease
+ Lewis, Thomas J.- d. Mar 27, 1850 ae 63 yr
+ " Mariete L., dau. of Thomas and Lucinda Lewis d. May 20, 1849
+ Lewis, Nancy E., wife of Sanford Lewis d. July 18, 1844 ae 27y-18d
+ Lewis, Benjamen D.-Esq.-d. July 5, 1847 ae 65y
+ Lewis, William R.-d. Mar. 1, 1837 ae 28y
+ Lewis, Thomas d. June 27, 1837 ae 83y
+ " , Hannah, wife of Thomas Lewis, d. June 28, 1830 ae 83y
+ " , H. no more inscription-stone down
Marker with no inscription
+ Pease, William G. - d.June 29, 1850 ae 38-4-9
+ " , Electa, dau. of Stephen and Polly Coburn and wife of Wm. G. Pease,
d. May 22, 1836 ae 23y-1m-26d
+ Seymour, Polly, wife of Harry Seymour, d. May 8, 1843 ae 51 y (stone down)
+ Appears to be other burials with no markers.
* RDL Stone about 12" x 18" This stone has a Revolutionary War Marker.
* BDL Stone about 12"x18" flat on ground to right of above.
Note 1: Clezzie Gallup list (+) in Cazenovia Republican, 6 September 1951,
mentions 16 burials but lists 14. On her lists she only gives the
year of death.
Note 2: The two stones observed by Douglas Ingalls (*) were located
behind the headstone of Bemjamin Lewis.
Transcribed from a record in the Onondaga County Public Library of
Syracuse, New York and compared to the Clezzie Gallup list noted above.
Douglas J. Ingalls
8 December 1998
Date: Monday, January 04, 1999 07:45 AM