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Oxford Depot Cemetery
Orange County, New York

Contributed by Maude Conklin [doghaven@frontiernet.net].  Total records = 23.

This small cemetery was bought to my attention by Don Van Vooren after he was walking on the Heritage Trail, and found the site. It is a few yards off the trail just past the overpass, on your left. I found it to be in very bad condition! Recorded by Maude Conklin and Gertrude Rose

Booth, Mary A., d.3/1862--36 yrs, w/o Nelson S. Booth
Bull, Marion, d.2/15/1862, d/o Samuel S.E. Bull, 2 mos
Gleason, Sarah, no date, w/o James Gleason and d/o N.and L. Seely 26 yrs 1 mos 12 ds
Green, Emma J., d.9/22/1856, d/o Clark and Mary J. Green, 1 yr
Helm, Elizabeth, d.8/3/1873 [My mother on stone ], 86 yrs 1 mos 11 ds
Scofield, James, d.11/26/1848, 57 yrs
Seely, James, d.3/23/1866--23 yrs 11 mos 27 ds
Thachett, George, 5/15/1854--22 yrs
Tuthill, Benjamin, d.11/15/1883, 81 yrs
Tuthill, Elsie, d.6/14/1813, 35 yrs, w/o Benjamin Tuthill
Tuthill, Emma Bertha, d.3/18/1858, 11 mos, d/o Silas and ? Tuthill
Tuthill, Eunice, b.8/27/1836, d.11/26/1877, d/o Benjamin and Elsie Tuthill
Tuthill, Henry, d.3/24/1855--23 yrs
Tuthill, Millicent, b.4/18/18??, d.8/21/1873
Tuthill, Samuel, d.3/1/1821, 57 yrs 3 mos 20 ds, s/o Solomon and Tabitha Tuthill [ looks like Tabitha ?]
Woodruff, John, s/o John and Hannah 5/20/1853--60 yrs
Woodruff, Sylvestor, b.8/1/1810, d.9/15/1833
Young, Abagail, d.1/22/1822, 42 yrs, w/o James Young and d/o Nehemiah and Elizabeth Clark
Young, Elizabeth, d.11/26/1816, 66 yrs 8 mos ? ds, in memory of Elizabreth, d/o Silas Young who departed this life
Young, Francis, b.10/27/1848-[died] w/o ? Young
Young, James, d.1/18/1858, 79 yrs
Young, Joseph, w/o Joseph Young, 'stone is broken'
Young, Mary, d.4/18/1811, 16 yrs 23 ds, w/o ?

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