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Boardman Cemetery
Whitehall, Washington County, New York

boardman cemetery
Boardman Cemetery

GPS: 43.549114, -73.408619

Smith St
Whitehall, NY 12887

Last updated: November 5, 2016
Total records: 17

Boardman Cemetery is owned and operated by the Village of Whitehall.

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Collins, Amos M.,
d. 16 Jul 1888, age: 27yr, What a friend we have in Jesus, s/o Orange Collins, [JN]
Collins, Amos, d. 15 Nov 1832, age: 78yr, Amos Sr, [JN]
Collins, Amos, d. 24 Apr 1851, age: 57yr, Amos Jr, [JN]
Collins, Maria (Benjamin), d. 11 Dec 1892, age: 61yr, w/o Nehemiah, [JN]
Collins, Nehemiah Thomas, d. 15 Aug 1880, age: 4m, 6days, [JN]
Collins, Nehemiah, d. 9 Aug 1885, age: 57yr, s/o Amos Collins, Jr, [JN]
Collins, Orange, d. 22 Jul 1877, age: 56yr, s/o Amos Collins, Jr, [JN]
Nichols, Mary L., d. 8 Oct 1892, age: 5y, 9m, 19d, [JN]
Pratt, Edwin C., b. 1850, d. 1907, [JN]
Pratt, Miriam (Collins), b. 1852, d. 1928, d/o Nehemiah and Maria, [JN]
Waters, Abijah C., d. 23 Aug 1866, age: 22y, 6m, s/o J & S Waters, [JN]
Waters, Cornelia, d. 8 Jan 1874, age: 32y, 9m, 11d, My dearly beloved sister, d/o James & Sarah, [JN]
Waters, James, b. 6 Jul 1827, d. 8 Jul 18?7, Co. F, 169th NY Vol, [JN]
Waters, John H., b. 27 Apr 1849, d. 20 Jul 1904, Co. K, 123rd Reg. NY Volunteers, s/o James & Sarah, [JN]
Waters, Minerva (Prescott), b. 5 Jun 1847, d. no date, w/o John, [JN]
Waters, Sarah , b. 2 Mar 1810, d. 16 Feb 1891, d/o Peter and Azuba Scribner w/o James Waters, [JN]
Waters, Susan M., b. 27 Feb 1851, d. 8 Aug 1872, w/o Duane Kingsley, d/o James & Sarah, [JN]

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