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Greer Woodycrest Cemetery
Pomona, Rockland County, New York

Lat: 41°10'20"N, Lon: 74°02'43"W

From Mt. Ivy, Route 202 to Camp Hill road red light make a left on Camp Hill road, go to Pomona Road make left. Cemetery is way behind the golf club. Pomona, Rockland County, NY.

Contributed by Maude Conklin, Mar 05, 2000 [doghaven@frontiernet.net]. Total records = 14.

Concklin family homestead, it has several names, Happy Valley, 5 Points Mission House, Concklin Family. Its was used as an Orphans home, now a golf course, permission must be obtained to enter property. [cem. is in good condition with orginal stone wall around it.

Compiled by Maude Conklin and Gertrude Rose.

Anderson, Elizabeth, b. 1790, d. 1825, wife of George Hauptman
Concklin, Joshua, who was born in Eastchester oct. 2 1707, d. Apr 29 1804, 96 yrs 6 mos 27 ds
Concklin, Mary, w/o Joshua born in New Rochell Dec. 01 1715, d. Jan. 1805, 92 yrs 1 mos
N.C., on a field stone with the date of b. 1661, d. 1751, [poss. Nicholas Concklin???
Conklin, Isaac, ??16 18-0 78 yrs 6 ds
Conklin, Jacob, d. 3/9/1812, 19 yrs ?mos 24 ds
Hauptman, George, b. 1783, d. 1830, husb of Elizabeth Anderson
Odell, Hamilton, b. 1838, d. 1856
ODell, Hauptman, Eliza A., b. 1815, d. 1856, her child Hamilton
ODell, Martha Matilda, b. 1842, d. 1858
Sink, Viola, b. 1902, d. 1918, daughter of Conrad and Ella Sink
Mahnke, Julius, b. 1902, d. 1918, s/o Christian and Mary Manhke
E.C., on a small burried stone
Bulson, John, b. 1715, d. ?

A lot of unmarked graves

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