Cemetery Index

Cemeteries of Madison County, NY

Elizabeth Street Cemetery

City of Oneida, New York

See Ledger and Oneida Dispatch, August 25, 1913:
Relatives' Names Wanted of Persons Buried in the Old
Elizabeth Cemetery.

Complete Copy of Stones in the Old Cemetery
July 26, 1913 (East Ave.)

Orr, Catherine, wife of David H. Orr, d. Feb. 21, 1852, ae 23 yrs.		Permission given to lay the stone down.

Betsinger, Mary, wife of Nicholas Betsinger, d. March 9, 1851, ae 45 yrs.	Removed to Oneida Castle

Bonner, Thomas, d. July 11, 1851, ae 62, father of James
	James, b. July 22, 1807 England, d. Aug. 7, 1857, ae 50 yrs.
	Jacob W., son of James & Mary Ann Bonner, d. April 27, 1850
Imerson (sic), Richard G., d. Oct. 8, 1845, ae 57y 8m

Brown, Genevra C., dau of Edwin C. & Mary W. C. Brown (Lawyer Brown's ½ sister), d. Nov. 13, 1855, ae 6 yrs.	

Foster, Henry M., son of Henry & Nancy Foster, d. July 22, 1844, ae 2y 4m		Laid under Oct. 1915
	George E., son of Rev. Isaac & Mary A. Foster, d. March 22, 1852, ae 3y 6m 12d.	Laid under Oct. 1915

Marshall, Henry G., d. Dec. 3, 1845 ae 6 weeks, son of Henry & Melissa Marshall		Laid under.
	Charles E., d. April 20 1850, ae 5y 4m, son of Henry & Melissa Marshall		Laid under. 
		(Villa Marshall's parents also)
Phelps, James E., d. May 6, 1845, ae 6m

Teneyck, Samuel S. B., d. Sep. 30, 1868, ae 43y 6m 28d, stone Mason
	Unmarked grave: b. Jan. 15, 1861, d. March 20, 1870
	Maria T., dau Samuel & Harriet Teneyck, d. Sep. 30, 1852, ae 1y 23d
	Cornelia J., dau Samuel & Harriet Teneyck, d. June 27, 1854, ae 8m 28d

*Scofield, David, d. Jan. 22, 1849, ae 85

Woodford, Lucian J., son of Jerome & Martha A. Woodford, d. Sep. 5, 1846, ae 4y 5m 15d

Burdick, Emery P., son of Nathan & Catherine Burdick, d. May 26, 1851, ae 2y 8m 19d

McDonald, Frances M., wife of John McDonald, d. May 19, 185, ae 22y 3m 15d

Brooks, David A., son of David & Sophia Brooks, d. June 22, 1852, ae 30y 10m

Rockwell, Julia, wife of Harry Gardiner, b. Lanesbro, Mass. 1779, d. Nov. 27, 1862. Mrs. Wolf’s aunt at Castle, 
										stone removed to Oneida Castle, 
										her body not found Oct. 1915.

Leives, Irena E., dau of Peter & Helena A. Leives, d. May 1, 1865, ae 4y 13m.	Removed by the family.

Roby, E. R., son of J. W. & C. S. Roby, d. March 3, 1867, ae 9m

Pindar, Ellen E., dau of William R. & Hannah J. Pindar, d. May 25, 1860 ae 11y 3m 29d

Campbell, Susan, d. May 10, 1873, ae 20

Stedman, Oscar C., only son of Lemuel & Mary Stedman, d. Feb. 4, 1868, ae 15

Freeman, Mary Jane, d. Sep. 8, 1850, ae 7y 6m 4d		In Potters Field

Curtis, Parker, son of J. J. & Louise Curtis, d. Dec. 24, 1855, ae 5m  (marked on small stone near Lena Van Dusen)

Chapman, Bethia, wf Cyrus Y. Chapman, d. March 16, 1841, ae 30y 1m 5d.	Her niece is Mrs. H. H. Warren 
									(Olive Stoddard rest illegible)

Pierce, Henry, d. March 8, 1857, ae 7 yrs. Died of scarlet fever, son of Lucius E. & Clarinda Pierce
	Chloe, d. March 11, 1857, dau of Lucius E. & Clarinda Pierce

Bryan, Ezra, d. Jan. 28, 1859 (a cabinet maker lived Madison S.)

Seven bodies on this lot removed to Glenwood Oct. 28, 1913, pd. by Mrs. Melorose Hollenbeck:
	Hollenbeck, Orwin, d. March 28, 1867, ae 54y 7m
		Unknown grave
		Four Children: Jesse, Geo., Herbert, Anna.
		Lewellyn, son of Orwin & Lucelia E. Hollenbeck, d. April 15, 1858, ae 5y 3m 12d
		Charles Delos Hollenbeck, d. April 10, 1859, ae 3 yrs.

Palmer, Dr. Benjamin, d. Dec. 27, 1861, ae 66 yrs. (father of Minerva Palmer).	Wife and another child on this lot 
	Frank E., son of Ben’j. & Sarah A. Palmer, d. Aug. 15, 1851, ae 9m 3d	removed to Glenwood, Nov. 25, 1913.
	William C., son of Ben’j & Sarah A. Palmer, d. Feb. 8, 1855, ae 9 yrs.

Corliss, Silas, d. July 3, 1847, ae 17m (related to Washburn family that is all gone)		Laid under.
	Marvin,  d. Aug. 9, 1851, son of Pearl & Abigail Corliss)				

Granger (child)

Mirick, Dewitt C., Jr., son of Dewitt C. & Mary S. Mirick, d. Aug. 1, 1851, ae 2y 6m 16d
	Daniel B., son of D. C. & Mary S. Mirick, d. Jan. 14, 1855, ae 1y 8m 23d
	Anna Maria, dau of Jacob B. & Polly Mirick, d. May 5, 1860 ae 26y 9m. 	Engaged to be married and became 
										crazy from disappointment.
Clock, Edgar G., son of George & Matilda Clock, d. Jan. 27, 1857, ae 1y 4m 2d	"Our Little Ed"
	George, d. Oct. 4, 1863, ae 41y 3m				A carpenter, lived and died in 
									Shelden house.

Adle, Joseph, d. March 19, 1869, ae 50y 5m					Left there Aug. 26, 1915.

Spofford, Ayr, wife of Joseph Adle, b. at Broketts Bridge April 29, 1822, d. Dec. 11, 1875. Left there Oct. 25, 1915

Sculley, Mary C., d. Aug. 23, 1872, ae 9y 7m, dau of P. A. & Eleanor M. Sculley	Laid under
	John, d. Feb. 27, 1857, ae 2y 6m, son of P. A. & Eleanor M. Sculley	Laid under

Stewart, Daniel C., son of George & Mercy Stewart, d. Feb. 6, 1845, ae 21 yrs.	Removed by Mrs. Potter, 1913

Reese, Ana, wife of R. J. Reese, d. Nov. 27, 1852, ae 39y 6m 23 d. 		From Fort Plain, lived in Phil 
										Amests house. He a blacksmith, 
										moved to Chicago 1853 or 4.

Archambeault, Lewis E., son of A. & H. J. Archambeault, d. July 23, 1853, ae 19 mos.	Mother desires he be left 
	Archambeault, two other children.						alone, Aug. 27, 1913

Nichols, Frances A., dau of George & Hannah Nichols, d. Aug. 13, 1851, ae 2m 28d.

Uri, ____, dau of Laura & Willie Uri, d. Aug. 6, 1852, ae 6y 7m.		Laid under. Mrs. Seymour Harvey’s 

Whitney, Emily, wife of Addison Whitney (who was a miller & lived in the Old Mill house) d. Jan. 10, 1856, ae 26y.
	____, infant son of Emily & Addison Whitney, b. & d. April 12, 1851

Anthony, George, d. Oct. 3, 1857, ae 92y					No relatives found
	Catherine, wife, d. Dec. 25,1863, ae 72y

Hatch, Harriet, wife of Emerson J. Hatch, d. March 26, 1858, ae 22y 7 m.

Brown, Maurie, dau of C. A. & Polly Ann Brown, d. Nov. 7, 1860, ae 3m 19d	To be left alone, Aug. 26, Levi Brown
	E. Adela, dau of C. A. & Polly Ann Brown, d. March 2, 1859			"	"	"

Rogers, Mary Frances, dau Thos. & Lucy Rogers, d. Oct. 1, 1852 ae 9y 2m		Anna Ostranders 
										g. mother Moore, Thos. Rogers
										sister.	Laid down Oct. 25, 1915

Fish, Harriet C., dau of James & Harriet (Nash) Fish, d. May 3, 1851. Cousin of Lamb	Moved to Utica.

Lamb, Abigail, wife of late Avery Lamb, formerly of Westmoreland.

Chantry (?), _____Broken stone, evidently 2 persons. Possibly Chantry twins.

Bascom, Sarah, b. 1791, d. Aug. __, 1854, ae 60? & 10m	(Mrs. Westcott’s aunt)

McKelney, James, son of Johnston & Sarah McKelney, d. April 11, 1852, ae 3y 20d		Covered over.

Thompson, Delos W., d. Dec. 26, 1860, ae 36		Left alone, Oct. 1915

Lipe, Daniel Y., d. July 6, 1852, ae 50y 3m 		Removed Oct. 25, 1915

VanStorm, John, son of S. A. & M. A. VanStorm, d. July 24, 1847, ae 1y 4m	Stone put under sod.

House, John, son of John & Fanny Babcock House, d. Oct. 9, 1845, ae 8m 23d

Adle, John, d. April 28, 1860, ae 67 yr.			Mrs. Clara Forbes Grant parents. 
	Mary, his wife, d. May 6, 1860 ae 67			left there, covered over Oct. 25, 1915.

Calkins, Elizabeth L. (Moot), wife of Charles F. Calkins, d. Aug. 23, 1851, ae 31y 6m.

Parkhurst, Edward O., son George & Emily Parkhurst, d. Sep. 12, 1853, ae 5y 4m

Removed to Glenwood by order Charles Dean, October 26, 1915:
Dean, Rebecca, wife late Nathaniel Dean, b. Newton, Mass. Jan. 17, 1784, d. Oneida April 26 1864, ae 80y 3m 9d
	Nathaniel, b. Sep. 24, 1780 in Taunton, Mass., d. Jan. 16, 1859 at Suspension Bridge, N.Y., ae 78y 3m 23d
	Clarissa, b. Jan. 13, 1810, d. Sep. 27, 1873

Brown, Lewis, d. Sep. 5, 1867, ae 75.				pd. by Lewis Griffin, removed to Utica 10/16/15
	Mary, wife, d. May 4, 1855, ae 62y 18d				"		"

Cranston, Newton H., d. Feb. 21, 1857, ae 25y 7m 19d, brain fever
	Margaret M., d. April 1, 1857, ae 22y 5d, brain fever, engaged to Mr. Seeley, died suddenly.
	Celestia, d. Mar. 9, 1859, ae 36y 2m 9d

Young, Lucena, wife of Christian Young, d. Aug. 15, 1874, ae 78y.	Aug. 13, 1913, body removed, stone in ground.

Nichols, Nancy W., daughter of Rev. James & Sarah Nichols, d. July 12, 1850, ae 2y 9m 10d	Removed to Glenwood.
	Same stone: Lucy, Nancy.

Removed to Glenwood Oct. 25, 1915 by John Ferguson & Son:
Ferguson, Phebe, wife Allen Ferguson, d. April 27, 1865 ae 44y 24d, 
	Andrew, d. Sep. 19, 1862	drowned in Fenner
	Little Hattie
	Little Frankie, d. Nov. 1864, ae 5m
	Willie, d. Oct. 1, 1863, ae 2 yrs., killed on railroad track; and buried in one grave
		Andrew, d. of scarlet fever.

VanDusen, Levi, d. Dec. 7, 1866, ae 64y, 3m	Polly Ann Brown’s father & Page Brown’s grandfather.

Ehle, Eddie, son of G. & Mary E. Ehle, d. Feb. 15, 1868, ae 24y 5m 17d.

Marks, Clemenda, wife of Joseph Marks, d. Aug. 24, 1852, aged 21 yrs.  		Remains & Monument removed to 
										Peterboro 10/28/1913. 
	(Grand niece of Mrs. Timothy Ginney. Mr. Marks disappeared soon after her death and never heard from.

Phillips, Frederick, d. April 12, 1857, ae 9, son of George & Melinda Phillips	Stone laid under.

Sweatman, Abram, d. May 6, 1856, ae 51 yrs. Ransom Sweatman’s father.

Rivenburgh, Sidney, d. Nov. 23, 1868, ae 55 yr. My father.
	Helen Eliza, wife of Sidney Rivenburgh, d. June 23, 1847, ae 41y
	Clarence, son of above. d. West in 1882. No stone. 
*Removed by Mr. Keene, L. R. Pexton & S. Maxon, Nov. 26, 1915. Remains buried at Vernon Center.

Crawford, John, son of John & Emily Crawford, d. March 17, 1857, ae 21d. Removed by order of John 
									Crawford 3/3/1913. Postmaster.
Condit, son of Dr. Wm. C. & Charlotte Gould, d. Oct. 24, 1844, ae 6 yrs (scarlet fever)

Stoddard, dau Grove W. & Eliza Stoddard, d. May 9, 1851, ae 3y 3m 20d.		Moved, stone left.

Mrs. Timothy Ginney was sister to James Bowers wife. Maiden name was Wilkie.

Mrs. Reese family moved to Chicago soon after her death when in house corner Lenox Ave. & Broad. Ameat house.

Harriet Hatch was first wife of Arthur Hatches father. He had a basket factory on the feeder below 
	the old stone malt house. He afterwards married a widow Douglass. Mother of Will Douglass, grocer.
Sarah Bascom was sister to Ann Bascom’s father and Mrs. Helen Westcott’s mother.

Levi VanDusen was father to the first Mrs. Thompson Barnes, also of Polly Ana Brown & Wellington VanDusen.

Charlie Brown, Polly Ann’s husband, died over 30 years ago at Watkins where they moved from Oneida. Polly Ann 
	died while living in Oswego. They had a son, Levi, who learned the printers trade in Oneida.
Genevra Brown is a half sister to Lawyer Edwin J. Brown.

Robys once had a paper store near the railroad and lived near Sconondoa. Related to Bruses.

Chapman, Cyrus	Was a Mason and the funeral was held on the front lawn on Main St.

A great many unmarked graves all thru the cemetery.

Della Marshall m 1) a Macumber, 2) a blind broom marker and live in Rome.

Abram Sweatman is "Grandma" Sweatman’s husband and Mrs. Westcott’s aunt.

Caleb d. of scarlet fever. William Gould was a doctor and came here to join the Co___ and wouldn’t stay 
	and moved back to Oneida village.

Harry Gardner was a fruit tree peddler.

Reese sold his business & cow to Mrs. Westcott’s father.

Thos. Rogers was uncle to Anna Ostrander, Anna’s mother, Mrs. Moor was a Rogers.

Richard Chantry m. Frances Hicks of Marcy, had twin. He was a crazy man.

David A., son of David & Sophia Brooks, d. June 22, 1852, ae 30y & 10m.

Annotated copy of disposition of graves of Elizabeth Street Cemetery, compiler unknown, but appears to be 
	the daughter of Sidney Rivenburgh as indicated by the notation "My father."
Coe, Charlotte Northrup, ae 32y, b. June 2, 1827 in Clinton, NY; d. March 5, 1860 in Oneida, NY, daughter of Daniel P. &
	Beulah Northrup, first wife of John Wesley Coe. Reburied in Glenwood Cemetery, Lot 10, Sec. J. (added 3/18/2011 from the research
	of Sandra B. Wilsey of stone removed from the former home of John Wesley Coe and stored at the Madison County Highway Department).
Contributed by Sandra B. Wilsey from the collection of the Madison County 
	Historical Society. Transcribed by Anita M. Ingalls, November 9, 2009.
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