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Randall Family Cemetery
Ridge, Suffolk County, New York

GPS: Unknown

Address: Unknown

Published: February 12, 2020
Total records: 14

Cemetery Description

The following is based on information published by Longwood Central School District as part of a local history project...

"This family cemetery is located about 20 yards in the woods on the west side of William Floyd Parkway about 200 yards north of the intersection with Whiskey Road. The land was part of the John G. Randall farm who deeded the plot and a long piece of land to the Randall Association on 1 Oct. 1955. the last stone to be placed there was for his wife, Sarah, his son John G. and for John G. Randall who died in 1955. there is a three foot high chain link fence around the cemetery."

Cemetery Records

The records linked below represent a reading of tombstones done on 25 Sep 1948 (transcriber unknown), originally published by Longwood Central School District...

Stephan Randall, Nov. 22, 1818, 82yrs.
Elizabeth Randall, Nov. 8 , 1831, 87yrs.
Jeremiah Randall, Mar. 20, 1840, 39yrs.
Jeffrey Randall, Sep. 1810, 42yrs.
John G Randall, 1876 - 1955, 79yrs.
Sarah C Emmons (Wife), 1872 - 1906, 34yrs.
John G Randall (Son), BORN & DIED MAY 3, 1906
James Wallace Randall, JUN 7, 1808/ 2years, 1 month
Jonas B. Wood, ILLEGIBLE
Rebecca Randall, December 5, 1865
Jason Randall, Oct. 9, 1836
Lewis Randall, Nov. 14, 1822
Wealtha Ann Randall, 1 year 6 months /April 21, 1811
Sally Randall, SEPT. 30, 1840

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