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Sherman Moore Family Cemetery
Trenton, Oneida County, New York

Trenton Falls Road,, Trenton NY

Lat: 43° 16' 40"N, Lon: 75° 09' 29"W

Contributed by Kathleen L. Last, Aug 04, 2004 [kllast@juno.com]. Total records = 11.

This cemetery is located on the hill in back of the site of the Trenton Falls Hotel on the property now belonging to the Niagara Mohawk Power Co.

The cemetery is surrounded by a large wrought iron fence and the area is well maintained. This was a private family burial ground for the Sherman Family.

Access to the cemetery is restricted and the Niagara Mohawk property is fenced and posted.

Virginia Ackerman and I transcribed this from all existing and legible tombstones and the above source on Apr 29, 2004.

- Kathleen L. Last

Bouton, Harriet Sherman, b. 03 Apr 1807, d. 21 May 1828
Moore, Julia Sherman, b. 28 Feb 1837, d. 02 Nov 1890
Moore, Maria Sherman, b. 17 Dec 1808, d. 31 May 1899
Moore, Michael, b. 11 Nov 1832, d. 20 May 1902
Moore, Michael, b. 13 Apr 1803, d. 28 May 1888
Morris, Polly, d. 15 Oct 1836, faithful servant 40 yrs
Sherman, Abigail Perkins, b. 15 May 1774, d. 08 Dec 1860
Sherman, John, b. 30 Jun 1772, d. 02 Aug 1828
Sherman, Julia, b. 15 Jun 1810, d. 29 Sep 1832
Sherman, Julia, d. 29 Sep 1832, age: 22 yrs, dau of John & Abigial Sherman
Sherman, Rev. John, b. New Haven, Conn, d. 02 Aug 1828, age: 56 yrs, graduated with honors of Yale College. He emigrated to this town in 1806 and became the first pastor of the Reformed Church. He was an ardent admirer of the truth, firm in his friendships. Distinguished for the urbanity of all stations he accepted

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