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Waterbury Cemetery
Oneida County, New York

Contributed by Kathleen Last, Oct 18, 2000 [kllast@juno.com]. Total records = 12.

This cemetery is located just north of the intersection of N. Steuben Road and Starr Hill Road and is way off the road in the woods. The cemetery is not maintained and the meadow before the woods in overgrown with weeds.One stone was not found however there was a badly deteriorated stone lying on the ground which is probably the missing stone.Several of the stones are lying on the ground and some are broken but still legible.The tombstones in this cemetery were copied by Kathleen Last and Virginia Ackerman on Aug 17, 2000.

Davis, Benjamin, d. Jun 19, 1844, age 2 mos 3 dys, son of Benjamin & Amanda Davis
Morris, John M., d. Jun 26, 1852, age 2 yrs 7 mos 4 dys, son of Morris W. & Catherine Morris
Talcott, NancyA. Waterbury, d. Jun 15, 1859, age 19 yrs 10 mos 15 dys, dau of John & Elizabeth Waterbury and wife of James M. Talcott
Waterbury, Ann (Whitney), d. Jun 25, 1871 age 70 yrs, wife of David Waterbury
Waterbury, Betsey, d. Dec. 22, 1863 age 55 yrs, wife of John Waterbury
Waterbury, David, d. Apr 20, 1876, age 79 yrs, (son of Enos Waterbury)
Waterbury, Edwin, d. Jul 24, 1842, age 11 yrs 24 dys, son of David & Ann Waterbury
Waterbury, Elizabeth, d. Nov. 24, 1816 age 56 yrs, wife of Enos Waterbury
Waterbury, Enos, d. 1813 age 87 yrs (stone not found - info taken from 1935 DAR listing)
Waterbury, Katie, d. Nov. 20, 1874 age 34 yrs, dau of David & Ann Waterbury
Waterbury, Maryette, d. Dec. 3, 1856, age 33 yrs 7 mos 16 dys, dau of David & Ann Waterbury
Waterbury, Savina, b. 1823, d. 1901, (dau of David & Ann Waterbury)

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