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Van Orden Burial Ground
Centenary, Rockland County, New York

Contributed by Brian Belanger, Feb 16, 2001 [bmbel@optonline.net]. Total records = 17.

This is a complete listing of the tombstones found in this graveyard located at 1 High Tor Road in Centenary, Rockland County, New York.

Close, Elisa Ann, d. Jul 12, 1843, 1 mo, dau. of David E. and Hester Close
Close, Ellen Melissa, d. Oct 19, 1851, 1 yr 0 mo 13 days, dau. of David E. and Hester Close
Close, Hester, d. May 10, 1855, 28 yrs 9 mo 21 days, nee Van Orden, wife of David E. Close
Howard, Elizabeth, d. Feb 5, 18(36?), 66 yrs 0 mo 1 day
Howard, William, d. Oct 13, 1833, 23 yrs 6 mo 8 days
Nash, Sarah A., d. May 28, 1884, 57 yrs 0 mo 20 days
Stagg, Catharine, d. May 2, 1858, 35 yrs 2mo 13 days, wife of John D. Stagg
Stagg, John D., d. Nov 24, 1852, 27 yrs 3 mo 19 days, husband of Catharine
Thorp, Frederick, d. Jan 22, 1896, 21 yrs 1 mo 23 days, husband of Stella
Trumper, Emily, d. Apr 18, 1887, 54 yrs 11 mo 2 days, nee Van Orden, wife of Garret A. Trumper
Trumper, Garret A., d. Dec 13, 1908, 83 yrs, husband of Emily Van Orden [a family bible indicates Garret's birth date is Nov 24, 1825]
Van Orden, Catharine, d. Jul 3, 1857, 55 yrs 5 mo 14 days, wife of David Van Orden
Van Orden, Howard, d. Dec 16, 1891, 63 yrs 6 mo 0 days, Civil War Vet, Company F, NY 95th
Van Orden, James, d. Jan 21, 1866, 33 yrs, Civil War vet, Company K, 6th Regt., NY Volunteers
Van Orden, John, d. Aug 11, 1879, 87 yrs 5 mo 21 days, husband of Mary Ann
Van Orden, Mary Ann, d. Dec 17, 1856, 63 yrs 7 mo 11 days, wife of John Van Orden
Van Orden, Mary, d. Dec 13, 1879, 77 yrs 10 mo 0 days, nee Eldridge, wife of John Van Orden

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