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Blue Springs Cemetery (Ferguson Cemetery)
Oswego County, New York

Stowell Drive, Richland NY

Lat: 43° 33' 46"N, Lon: 76° 02' 16"W

Contributed by Kathy Last, Jul 26, 2003 [kllast@juno.com] Total records = 16.

The cemetery is located at the end of Stowell Drive, a dead-end road, south off Rte #2 in Richland, New York.

The cemetery is not maintained at all and appears to have been completely abandoned. There is only one stone standing, all the rest are lying on the ground and broken. Several of the stones found were partially buried in the ground. There were 3 completely illegible stones and two partial stones that were illegible.

Virginia Ackerman and I transcribed all existing tombstones in this cemetery when we visited it on Oct 03, 2002.

- Kathy Last

??, ?, d. 1837, age 51 yrs
??, George R. F., d. 14 Oct 1855, age 34 yrs, Native of Belleville, C. W., (last name might be Damproll)
Dunlap, Samuel, d. (no date), age 69 yrs
Dunlap, Sylvia, d. 12 Feb 1854, age 66 yrs, wife of Samuel Dunlap
Ferguson, Aby Ann, d. 11 Aug 1842, age 38 yrs, wife of Jonathan Ferguson
Ferguson, David C., d. 5 Sep 1833, age 22 yrs 4 mos 1 dy
Ferguson, Joanna, d. 15 Nov 1848, age 71 yrs, wife of James (Ferguson)
Ferguson, Jonathan, d. 12 Mar 1857, age 55 yrs 18 dys
Ferguson, Joseph, d. 1 Mar 1852, age ? yrs 8 mos (stone broken)
Pangburn, Mary Elizabeth, d. 4 May 1854, age 16 yrs 11 mos 14 dys, wife of Peter Pangburn
Pangburn, Nancy, d. 27 Sep 1854, age 55 yrs, wife of Samuel Pangburn
Potter, Mary Ann, d. 14 Apr 1852, age 2 yrs 1 mo 8 dys, dau of John & Mary Potter
Potter, Mary Elizabeth, d. 30 Aug 1854, wife of John R. Potter
Robbins, Ebenezer, d. 19 Apr 1842, age ? yrs 8 mos
Robbins, Ruth, d. 1 Jun 1842, age 74 yrs 6 mos 5 dys, wife of Ebenezer Robbins
Taylor, Darias A., d. 18 Sep 1845, age 1 yr, son of Silvester & Malicia Taylor
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