Niagara County, New York
Phillips Road and Keg Creek bank
Contributed by Janis Gillis, Sep 23, 2001 [email@example.com]. Total records = 3.
This private property family cemetery only consist of three marked grave stones. Behind each marked stone is a small stone with just the letters of first and last names. It sets way back in the field on east side of Phillips road on private farm land.
Records represent all people in this private cemetery. It's told there is one burial of Abrahams first wife not marked.
Compiled Sep 23, 2001 from the tombstones.
This cemetery is the original Phillips family homestead. The tombstones are set in cement sitting inside of a stone wall that looks like you could imagine a vault without a lid. It sits far back in a farmers field along Keg Creek bank. Engraved in the stone wall is 1814--Phillips--1914.The present owner of the farm keeps the grave site mowed and fairly free of weeds.
- Janis Gillis
Phillips, Abraham, d. 10 Apr 1866, age 70y's & 50 d's.
Phillips, Betsy, d. 2 May 1846, age 50y 1m 28ds, wife of Abraham Phillips
Phillips, Willim O., d. 27 Nov. 18??, age 12yr 10m 11ds, son of Abraham Phillips
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