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Old Welch Church Cemetery
Western, Oneida County, New York

Contributed by Kathleen L. Last, Feb. 2000 [kllast@juno.com]. Total records = 19.

Old Welch Church Cemetery
Quaker Hill Road,
Western, NY

This cemetery is located on Quaker Hill Road in the Town of Western. At one time there was a Welch Church next to the cemetery. The church is no longer there and the cemetery has long been abandoned. The tombstones in this cemetery were copied by Kathleen Last and Virginia Ackerman on April 20, 1999.

Cole, Ellen, d.Apr. 27, 1864, age 7 mos 4 dys dau of Joseph & Margaret Cole
Davis, Robert, d.Sep. 30, 1856 age 74 yrs
Davis, Ann, d.Aug. 16, 1862, aged 72 yrs, wife of Robert Davis
Davis, Mary, d.Apr. 11, 1858 age 70 yrs, relict of Hugh Davis
Davis, Sarah G., d.Oct. 7, 1866 age 1 yr 8 mos 8 dys, dau of Edward & Catherine Davis
Evans, infant, d.Oct. 7, 1877, son of Evan G. & Ellen Evans
Humphreys, Hannah, d.Apr. 19, 1861, aged 1 yr 11 mos 5 dys, dau of Ellis & Elizabeth Humphreys
James, David, d.1862, aged 4 yrs 1 mo. 15 dys, son of John & Elizabeth James
Jones, Child, (no dates/no first name), son of John E. Jones
Jones, Edward L., d.Dec. 10, 1880 aged 15 yrs 11 mos 20 dys
Jones, Elizabeth J., b.1842, d.1902
Jones, John E., b.1822, d.1899
Jones, William, d.Jun. 1, 1854, aged 11 mos 15 dys, son of Jacob & Ellen Jones
Jones, Margaret Ann, d.Oct. 13, 1861, aged 3 yrs 8 mos 22 dys, dau of Samuel & Margaret Jones
Lewis, Edward, b.Jul. 3, 1811, d.Jan. 7, 1899
Lewis, Jane, d.Dec. 1, 1865, aged 51 yrs, wife of Edward Lewis
Lewis, Sarah, d.Aug. 20, 1852, aged 1 yr 27 dys, dau of Edward and Jane Lewis
Lewis, Mary, d.Nov. 1, 1856, aged 2 yrs 10 mos, dau of Edward and Jane Lewis
Rowland, Moses, d.May 11, 1861 aged 7 yrs 4 mos, son of Richard & Elinor Rowland

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