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Gardiner Family Cemetery
Eaton's Neck, Suffolk County, New York

GPS: 40.92956, -73.39100

Contributed by Brian Belanger, Feb 11, 2001 [bmbel@optonline.net]. Total records = 17.

The Gardiner Family Cemetery is located on Cherry Lawn Lane in the Eaton's Neck section of Northport, New York. The Gardiner family once owned the entire peninsula of Eaton's Neck.

- Brian Belange

??, J. M. S., a footstone with no corresponding headstone
Gardiner, Abigail, d. Mar 2, 1861, 79 yrs, relict of John H. Gardiner, footstone = A.G.
Gardiner, Albert Gelston, d. Dec 23, 1842, 39 yrs, son of Jonathan and Sally Gardiner, footstone = A.G.G.
Gardiner, Fanny R., d. Apr 12, 1819, 53 yrs, wife of Jonathan Gardiner
Gardiner, Hannah, d. May 26, 1813, 51 yrs, wife of John Gardiner, footstone = H.G.
Gardiner, Jennett, d. Sep 5, 1819, 1 yr 3 mo, daughter of John H. & Abigail Gardiner; footstone = JG
Gardiner, Johanna, d. Oct 1, 1809, 64 yrs, wife of John Gardiner
Gardiner, John H., d. Jun 9, 1854, 76 yrs 9 mo 2 days, footstone = J.H.G.
Gardiner, John, b. May 19, 1747, d. May 29, 1813, 66 yrs., husband of Johanna, Rachel, and Hannah; this tombstone is missing
Gardiner, Jonathan, d. Mar 7, 1833, 60 yrs, son of John and Joanna Gardiner, footstone = J.G.
Gardiner, Rachel, d. Feb 23, 1811, 61 yrs, wife of John Gardiner
Gardiner, Sally, d. Sep 10, 1803, 28 yrs, wife of Jonathan Gardiner, dau. of John & Phebe Gelston
Gardiner, Sarah G., b. Jan 9, 1827, d. Nov 12, 1891, dau. of Jonathan & Fanny R. Gardiner, footstone = S.G.G.
King, Capt. Gordian, d. Feb 23, 1825, 40 yrs, footstone = G. K.
King, William, d. Mar 4, 1821, 55 yrs
Sanford, Orlando G., d. Jun 17, 1853, 7 yrs 3 mo, son of David H. and Mary A. Sanford
Smith, Elizabeth, d. Sep 29, 1836, 61 yrs, wife of Eneas Smith

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