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Ryckman Family Plot
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Ryckman Family Plot
Hamilton, Barton Township, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada

Contributed by Gloria Pare, Oct 14, 2000, updated Aug 26, 2002 [gloriapare@sympatico.ca]. Total records = 18.

This is a record of all stones remaining at the Ryckman Family Plot as of Sep 25, 2000. The cemetery is in disrepair and many stones were hard to read. Please send any corrections to Gloria Pare.

- Gloria Pare

Carr, Sarah S. (Ryckman), b. 6 Jul 1825, d. 1923, w/o John Champion Carr
Carr, John Champion, b. Jun 27, 1826, d. Mar 16, 1893
Carr, John H., no dates, s/o Mary Harrington Carr
Carr, Mary (Harrington), b. May 24, 1863, d. Sep 16, 1888, w/o Dr. C. L. Carr
Hiles, William. d. Nov 9, 1865, aged 65 yrs.
Hogeboon, Hannah, b. Aug 7, 1759, d. Apr 25, 1844
Hogeboon, Peter, b. Jan 13, 1755, d. Jun 11, 1845
Rcykman, R. L., b. Dec 20, 1825, d. Aug, 4, 1854, of Barton
Ryckman, Alma (Shepherdson), d. Aug 29, 1823, w/o Cap. H. Ryckman
Ryckman, George M., Col., d. Nov 3, 1865, aged 48y 5m 17ds
Ryckman, Hamilton Cap., d. Dec 4, 1821, h/o Alma Shepherdson
Ryckman, Samuel Ward, b. Sep 13, 1814, d. Dec 31, 1854
Ryckman, Samuel, d. Feb 1816, (this was a ground vault, that is now broken and caved in)
Ryckman, Samuel, d. Feb 1868, aged 82y 6ms
Ryckman, Samuel, b. Jun 1, 1777, d. Feb 16, 1846, (the top of this stone is missing and may refer to Samuel's wife)
Ryckman, Wm.,Leeming, b. Sep 24, 18??, (rest of stone is worn off)
Taylor, Claressa (Ryckman), who departed this life in Christian Faith, Jun 27, 1837, aged 24y 10m 24ds, w/o Michael Taylor, d/o Samuel and Rachel Ryckman
Taylor, Samuel Obadiah, d. Aug. 27, 1850, aged 19y 6m 28ds, s/o Michael and Claressa Taylor

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