The following are known cemetery transcriptions and gravestone photos of Washington County New York. Because of the proximity of Washington…
The East End Cemetery is located on the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Route 27, almost directly across the street from Amagansett Fire Department. This cemetery is also known by the name of the Amagansett Cemetery.
The first deed referring to Amagansett is dated 1683. By means of that document the Reverend Thomas James sold to Abraham Schlellinger 52 acres of woods by a highway known as Amagansett commonly called Amagansett Way. The name Schlellinger is commonly found on many of the tombstones in this ancient burial ground. The earliest families who settled in Amagansett were the Bakers, the Conklings and the Mulfords. Alice Baker, who died on February 4th 1708 at age 88, was the wife of Thomas Baker, the first to settle the village.
Transcription of the Agudath Achim Cemetery at East Setauket, Suffolk County, New York. The Agudath Achim Cemetery was founded 1892 by Agudat Achim (c1885) and is one of the oldest congregations on Long lsland. Active from 1893-1914 the cemetery was later acquired by Temple Israel of Riverhead, New York.
This is a transcription of the Adams Rural Cemetery, which is located on the west side of of South Main Street at the southern edged of the Village of Adams. The cemetery is very well maintained. Stones, for the most part, are in excellent condition and readable.