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Campbell Burying Ground

Town of Lebanon
Madison County, New York

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CAMBELL BURYING GROUND
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Transcriber's Note: At the moment this is likely to be permanent.
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CHAPMAN, Content, Consort of Joseph  d. 17 Mar 1825 in 70th yr 
 
CLARK, Doctor John              d. 21. Apr 1848 ae 95yr 
       Abigail, wf              d. 28 Jan 1834  in 78th yr 
       Mary C., dau             (see Wylie) 
       Eugene T., son Samuel & Mariah   d. 23 July 1852 ae ly2m28d 
       A. Huntington, son Wm. & Harriet d. 15 Apr 1842 ae 30y9m 
 
COMANT, Deacon Timothy          d. 7 Apr 1829 ae 54yr 
       Mary (Herrick) wf        d. 1 Feb 1866 ae 85yr8m 
       Roxey, dau               d. 27 Oct 1829 ae 22yr 
 
COY, Mary Ann, wf James         d. 6 July 1846 ac 6lyr 
 
EDDY, Polly A., dau Rensselaer & Betsey (Sweet) d.13 Sept 1849 ae lly9m3d 
 
EDWARDS, Edward                 d. 25 Apr 1862 
            (between Prudence & Matilda Taylor) 
 
GATES, Aaron                    d. 26 Aug 1826 ae 50yr 
       Ezra    b. New Lebanon, Col. Co., N.Y. 25 May 1780 - 22 Sept 1860 
       Polly, wf & dau A. & M. Campbell  d. 10 Nov 1866 ae 77y6ml9d 
       Martha, dau              d. 3 Sept 1827 ae 4ylOm 
       George C., son           d. 14 Sept 1827 ae lOy2Od 
       Caroline, dau            d. 18 July 1834 ae 5y2m 
       Elias                    d. 10 Feb 1869 ae 56y11m22d 
       Elizabeth, wf            d. 2 Nov 1885 ae 69yr 
 
GILLISPIE, Anna W., dau Robert & Pamela      d. 26 Mar 1851 
 
GREEN, Williwn                  1 Apr 1779 - 2/23 Mar 1857 ae 77y11m 
            (son of Capt. Amos & Elsie) 
       Mercy,wf                 d. 20 Sept 1839 ae 54y4m 
            (Dau Jeremiah  Rhoda (Hoxie) Tifft of R.I. She d. at Brookfield 
            at her dau's home.   Wm. & Mercy were m. May 1801. They were 
            Quakers, natives of R.I. & came to Brookfield in 1803. After 
            the death of 1st wf moved to Lebanon.) 
       Cmildren: 
       Hoxie               28 Aug 1802 
       Mary                24 Dec 1804 - 5 Apr 1877 m. Joseph Lamb 
       William Jr.         14 Jan 1807 
       Eliza               5 Apr 1809 - May 1848     m. Joseph Brightman 
       Jeremiah T.         18 Oct 1811 - 28 Oct 1872 m. Catherine Knowles 
       Mercy               18 Oct 1814               m. Samuel Clarke 
       Peleg               1 Apr 1817                m. Mary Mason 
       Levi Ezra           16 June 1819              m. Angeline Palmiter 
       Amos                31 Aug 1821 -             m. Nancy Lord 
       Martha E.           15 Oct 1823 - 21 Mar 1869 m. A.L. Brown 
       Rhoda H,            27 Mar 1826 
 
HILLIGRASS, Zenus          1872 - 1896 
 
GROSVENOR, Chandler, son Ebenezer & Betsey A.   d. 26 Aug 1833 ae 3y4m 
       Infant dau 
       Ebenezer            d. 11 Feb 1852 ae 71yr 
       Martha, wf          d. 27 Feb 1825 ae 46yr 
       Elizabeth, consort  d. 28 Mar 188 ae -- 
 
HITCHCOCK, Joseph          2 mar 1775 - 17 Apr 1861 ae 86y1m 
       Eunice (Brownell)wf 25 Jan 1780 - 6 Aug 1849 in 70th yr 
         (m. 19 Nov 1798) (Grandparents of Otis Campblell) 
 
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HUGES, Albert S.               d. 6 Apr 1846 ae 4y8m          Monument 
       Bettie H.               d. 4 Nov 1969 ae 22y3m            " 
       John S.                 d. 22 Oct 1870 ae 15y6m           " 
           (grandchildren of Capt. Alexx. Sweet) 
 
HOLLENBECK, Susan, wf Henry    d. 3 Apr 1851 ae 75y5m 
       George                  d. 1 Apr 1861 ae 89y6m 
       Sarah, wf               d. 7 Sept 1850 ae 67yr 
       Henry T., snn Heman & Mary   d. 5 Feb 1851  ae 2y16d 
       George M.               d. 1 Oct 1862 as 25y3d "Cut his toe off & died" 
       Mary Hitchcock, wf Heman d. 31 Mar 1869 ae 5Oy2m7d (Sister of Eunice) 
       Joseph H., son Heman & Mary  d. 25 Sept 1842 ae 2y1m23d 
       Beriah H., son same     d. 16 Oct 1862 ae 15y6m20d 
       Mary C,, dau same       d. 17 Oct 1862 ae 2y9m 
       Servilla G., dau same   d. 20 Oct 1862 ae 6y20d 
 
Hoxie, Mary Ann, wf John       d. 3 Dec 1868 ae 76yr 
 
HUSTON, Ruth, dau Charles S. & Lydia d. 20 Feb 1836 ae 18y13d 
 
KIMBALL, James                 1800 - 1888 
       Marcy, wf               1804 - 1882 
 
LASELL, Josiah                 d. 21 July 1865 ae 93y1Om 
 
LEWIS, Charles, son Sam'l & Esther    d. 15 May 1828 ae 8y8m9d 
       John, son of same 
           (2 stones face down on this lot) 
 
LONT, Anna H., wf Phillip      d. 13 Apr 1858 ae 57yr 
       Renselaer               d. 17 Apr 1887 ae 44yr 
 
NORTON, Andrew                 d. 19 May 1824 in 46 th yr 
         (A.E. Norton had a stone at Hollow.   Had a brothcr Joseph) 
 
OOTHOUDT, John M.              d. 25 Mar 1873 ae 69yr     Father 
       Catharine, wf           d. 9 Apr 1857 ae 48yr 
 
OWEN, Stephen                  d. 3 Sept 1863 ae 69yr 
      Mary Squires, wf 
 
PALMER, Calvin                 d. 29 Mar 1843 ae 76yr 
       Hannah, wf              d. 3 Feb 1852 ae 84yr 
 
POWELL, Cornelia, wf John Jr.  d. 23 Aug 1865 ae 51yr 
        John                   d. 5 Oct 1838 ae 2y11m 
        Jane, dau Richard & Susan d. 9 Oct 1858 ae 23yr 
        John                   d. 2 Dcc 1837 ae 67y2ml2d 
        Elizabeth, wf          d. 14 Sept 1858 ae 44yr (this should be 84yr) 
 
PRICE, Thomas                  d. 24 Sept 1890 ae 72yr 
       Jane Jones, wf          d. 18 Feb 1892 ae 7610m 
       Richard L.              d. 2 Oct 1877 ae 3Oy10m12d 
                               "My Dear Husbund, how sadly we miss Thee" 
 
RICHARDSON, Lucy, wf Daniel    d. 26 Jan 1835 ae 43y 
         Laura A., dau         d. 22 Aug 1857 ae 26y10m19d 
         Charles H.            d. 18 Dec 1860 ae 33y8m17d 
 
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SEYMOUR, Phebe, wf Miranda      d. 8 Feb 1843 ae 39y7m26d 
       Miranda                                 (son of Silas a Sally) 
       Silas                    d. 2 Aug 1845 ae 69yr   (b. 7 May 1777) 
       Sally (Gilbert) ,wf      d. 5 Oct 1850 ae 71y6m 
       William                  d.   Oct 1833 ae 73yr 
       Mary M., wf              d.   Oct 1860 ae 42yr 
 
       Franklin A., son Alfred & Rhoda H.   d. 24 Mar 1853 
       Eliza A., dau same                   d. 6 Jan 1851 ae 11d 
             (Alfred & Rhoda H. (Green) had 4 other children:) 
       Silas                    2 Ang 1847 -     m. Amelia Morgun 
       Sarah M.                 19 Feb 1849- 
       Arthur N.                2 Oct 1854 - 
       Prank D.                 27 May 1859- 
 
       [Sally (Gilbert) Seymore b. 1 Apr 1779, dau Eleazer  Anna (Merrills) 
        Gilbert; m. Silas Seymore at Stiliwater, N.Y.  2 Nov 1800; renoved 
        to Lebanon 1801/2.    They had 11 children:  Fannie b. 19 Dec 1801; 
        Eleazer b. 3 May 1803; Lucy Ann b. 26 Jan 1805; Miranda b. 12 Sept 
        1806; Henry b. 15 Apr 1808; William b. 19 Oct 1810; Sally b. 3 Jan 
        1813; Maria b. 3 May 1815; Alfred b. 8 Jan 1817; Charlotte b. 14 Apr 
        1821; Mary b. 14 July 1827] 
 
       Rhoda H. (Green) wf Alfred    b. 27 Mar 1826 
             (dau of William Green. m. 1 Jan 1846 Alfred, son Silas & Sally) 
       Alfred                    b. Leboran 8 Jan 1817 
 
       William    - Jennie  -  Noah -  Joel   -  Eleazer 
 
       Lucy  - Mehitable -  Rhoda -  Elizabeth 
 
SOUL, Agness A., dau Charles P. & Clara  d. 27 Jan 1861 ae 11y5ml4d 
 
SQUIRES, Charles S.             1797 - 1879 
       Hannah, wf               1800 - 1886 
         children: 
       Charles                  d. 28 July 1833 ae 8y2m10d 
       Ersula                   d. 2 July 1834 ae 17d 
       Hiram H.                 d. 13 Oct 1847 ae 2Oy2ml5d 
 
STERNBURG, Henry                d. 21 June 1850 ae 43yr 
       Polly, wf                d. 2 July 1834 ae 29yr 
       Catharine, wf Joseph     d. 8 Apr 1853 ae 79y6m5d 
             (Henrietta Sterburgg was 1st wf Nic. Wattles) 
 
STEVENS, Chester                d. 26 Mar 1824 ae 23y12d 
 
SWEET, Captain Alexander        d. 12 Nov 1858 ae 42yr 
 
TAYLOR, Richard                 d. 17 June 1862 ae 90yr  (colored) 
       Jane, wf                 d. 20 Feb 1841 ae 33yr 
       Prudence, wf             d. 10 Apr 1845 ae 33yr 
       Matilda C., dau Richard & Jane     d. 15 Jan 18-- 
 
WAGONER, Deacon William         d. 1 Feb 1851 ae 84yr 
       Mary, wf                 d. 5 Apr 1855 ae 84yr 
       E. B.                    d. 3 Oct 1878 ae 85yr 
       Matilda, wf              d. 7 May 1869 ae 72yr 
 
WASHBURN, David                 b. Bershire, Vt. d. 10 Dec 1814 ae 36 yr 
       Mary A. M. Conihe, wf    b. Merrimack,N.H. 2 Feb 1777 d. 28 Jan 1856 
       S. Jan                   d. 14 Oct 1846 ae 33 yr 
 
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WEBSTER, Dolly, wf Deacon Abraham    d.1 June 1819 ae 72yr 
 
WYLIE, Mary C., relict Moses Jr & dau. Dr. John Clark 
            d. 17 June 1828 ae 36yr 
       Sgt. Moses - Conn Troop REV SOLDIER  stone - no dates 
            marker US 
       Mary, wf Capt. Moses   d. 26 July 1814 ae 59yr 
       Peter                  d. 30 Aug 1831 ae 53yr 
       Lucretia, wf           d. 17 Apr 1857 ae 77yr 
       G. Franklin, Infant son 
 
>From Baptist Register: 
Wylie, Moses Jr.              d. 12 Mar 1828 ae 32yr at Lebanon, N.Y. 
 
Transcribed by Douglas J. Ingalls  28 December 1998 
               ingallsd@aol.com 

Date: Monday, January 04, 1999 07:43 AM

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