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Burials in the Old Stone Fort Cemetery at Schoharie, New York

Burials in the Old Stone Fort Cemetery at Schoharie, New York

About one mile north of the Court House at Schoharie, New York, stands a substantial stone building erected and used as a church before the Revolution. In October 1780. Sir. John Johnson, the Indian Chief Brant, with a large force of soldiers, Tories and Indians visited the Schoharie Valley, murdered one hundred of the inhabitants, destroyed their houses and barns and 100,000 bushels of grain. The invaders attacked the Fort which had been constructed about the church, but it was defended with such vigor they withdrew. A cannon ball fired by the enemy pierced the roof of the church and …

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Rock Ridge Cemetery, Monticello, New York

Rock Ridge Cemetery, Monticello, New York

Rock Ridge Cemetery, just before you come to Monticello, in the town of Thompson, New York. Located on the main road from Wurtsboro, and in excellent condition. Abeles, Jennie, b. Nov. 23, 1861, d. May 17, 1910. Acker, Clarissa E., d. May 11, 1862, ae 49 yrs, 11 mos & 29 ds, wife of Isaac J. Agnew, Martha Barkley, 1835 – 1895. Agnew, Mary Barkley, 1800 – 1868. Agnew, Stephen Cambreling, 1837 – 1869. Albrecht, William H., b. Jan. 16, 1905, d. Jan. 27, 1910. Allan, Little Tommy, d. June 11, 1866, ae 14 yrs, 10 mos & 28 ds, …

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Outline Map of Argyle Patent

The Argyle Patent and accompanying documents

This manuscript was reprinted from the appendix of the author’s “History of the Somonauk United Presbyterian church near Sandwich, De Kalb County, Illinois: with ancestral lines of the early members” published in Chicago in 1928. While we don’t have online access to this manuscript we do have online access to the original. The appendix covering the Argyle Patent can be found on pages 297-346. The Washington County New York Families can be found on pages 347-358: Clark, Gillespie, Livingston, McNaughton, and Savage.

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