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Unknown Family Plot #2
Rockland County, New York

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Contributed by Maude Conklin [doghaven@frontiernet.net].  Total records = 19.

Family plot located, Calls Hollow road to Gate Hill road, Stony Point, NY.  As Gate Hill road starts it's climb up on your right, located behind a private house. One needs to make a good walk up a steep climb on a old dirt road.  Cemetery is in woods on right of dirt road [permission should be asked to enter private property].  Partial list; many field stone marked graves. Recorded by Maude Conklin-Gertrude Rose.

- Maude Conklin

Babcock, Abraham, 3/20/1869, 25 yrs
Babcock, Caroline, 7/30/1848, 4/24/1930
Babcock, Eliza J., wife of VanLester Abrams, 4/16/1871, 11/7/1918
Babcock, Henry, 2/17/1880, 58 yrs
Babcock, Isaac, 7/11/1837, 75 yrs, h/w Mary 1/1/1857, 92 yrs
Babcock, Isaac Jr., 2/8/1875, 80 yrs
Babcock, John J., 1834--1905, 71 yrs, Co. 157 Regt. N.? S. N.Y., h/w Mary J. Rose, 1836/1914
Call, John, 2/3/1875, 18 yrs
Call, Joseph, 1/28/1888, 64 yrs, gone but not forgotten
Call, Matilda, 3/23/1883, 20 yrs, wife of James Palmer
Hudson, Frankie, son of John and Catherine Hudson, 3/26/1858, 6 yrs
Hudson, John, 10/31/1863, 45 yrs
Platt, Lillian, 1873/1929
Smith, John J., 5/5/1877, 44 yrs, a Captain in CO. B, Louisiana ??
Strickland, David, 6/11/1831, 1/24/1903, his wife Janie Babcock, 11/22/1835, 12/18/1915
Strickland, Hattie, 1872/1889
Strickland, Isaac, 1856/1858
Strickland, Samuel, 1858/1932
Strickland, Thomas, 1866/1900

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