EAST BERGEN CEMETERY
On Rt. 19 going towards Brockport, before Sackett Road.
Susan Peachey, daughter of James Peachey & wife of Albert, b. 1859, d. February 20, 1910
Clement, d. April 12, 1854 @28y
Margaret, daughter of John Campbell & wife of Clement, d. September 22, 1893 @ 66y
"A few promiscuous ones at the end."
Aaron, d. M. 28, 1843 @ 69y
Charles G., b. August 12, 1809, d. April 17, 1841 @ 32y
Eliza, d. June 1, 1855 @ 69y
Enoch, b. November 3, 1781, d. March 28, 1848
Irene (Beecher), wife of Charles G., d. December 30, 1894 @90y
George W., 1823-1898
Caroline, wife of Richardson, 1830-1919
David, d. May 11, 1823 @ 60y 8m 6d
Harriet, daughter of Oliver & Jane, d. September 27, 1815 @ 4y
Jane, wife of Oliver, d. October 1, 1870 @ 83y 6m
Mary C., wife of Shubael, d. January 14, 1881 @ about 74y
Oliver, d. September 28, 1847 @ 63y
Richardson, b. in Hartland, Niagara County, 1821, d. May 23, 1898 @ 77y
Shubael, d. August 3, 1870 @ 72y 9m
Elizabeth, wife of James, d. September 14, 1856 @ 71y "Our Babe"
James, d. July 5, 1874 @ 92y
Albert, son of R. & S., d. September 19, 1871 @ 2y 6m 9d
Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, d. July 8, 1857 @ 84y
Elizabeth, daughter of John & Mary, d. November 18, 1832 @ 2y 8m
James, d. January 18, 1828 @ 25y
"When the archangels trump shall sound,
And souls to bodies joins;
What crowds will wish their day below
Had been as short as ours!"
James R., son of Moses & Jane, d. April 13, 1869 @ 25y 2m 13d
Jane, wife of Moses, d. October 16, 1890 @ 74y 10m 16d
"Dear husband thou has left us,
No more to be here,
Our home is bare and desolate;
Rest on beloved!"
Moses, d. October 9, 1860 @ 51y
"Not all the pain that I can have,
Can spoil my future peace;
For death nor hell can do no more-
Than whatís my Fatherís pleasure."
Thomas, d. August 18, 1828 @ 52y
Emma, d. May 14, 1881 @ 19y 3m
Footstones: J. R. B.
E. T. B.
Daniel, d. August 14, 1855 @ 62y
Edwin T., d. November 1, 1870 @ 46y
Alburton P., 1876-1926
George C., 1872-1913
Mary S., wife of George C., 1872-1961
Capt. Joseph, d. August 24, 1839 @ 75y American Legion
Eunice Mary, wife of Joseph, d. November 27, 1852 @ 37y
George Herbert, don of Joseph & Eunice, d. November 1, 1848 @ 4y
Joseph, d. September 25, 1874 @ 72y
Mary P., daughter of Charles & Hattie, d. September 26, 1882, @ 8y 9m
Sarah, wife of Capt. Joseph, d. November 27, 1852 @ 81y
Maria A. (Gapp), 1846-1873
Warren M., 1939-
Abigail, wife of Dr. Gilbert, d. September 25, 1850 @ 52y
Abigail J., daughter of Dr. Gilbert & Abigail, d. October 20, 1838 @ 12y
Charles, son of Oliver & Lydia, d. December 9, 1849 @ 20y 2m
Dr. Gilbert, d. February 3, 1872 @ 82y
Eunice Bidwell, daughter of Dr. Gilbert & Abigail, d. September 3, 1821 @ 2y
Gilbert B., son of Dr. Gilbert & Abigail, d. October 15, 1873 @ 19y
Harriet S., wife of Dr. Gilbert, d. June 2, 1867 @ 72y
Sarah B., daughter of Dr. Gilbert & Abigail, d. October 15, 1873 @ 37y
Louisa E. (Gate), daughter of Dr. Gilbert & Abigail, d. June 23, 1881 @ 52y
Ann, wife of Nathan
Nathan, d. March 21, 1843, @ 65y
"He was useful in life,
Calm in death,
At Jesusí call resigned his breath."
Nathan, Jr., d. April 4, 1835 in the 22 year of his age
"In this the lot that all must die,
Will death no ages spare,
Then let us all to Jesus fly,
And seek for refuge there."
Amey Phillips, wife of David, d. April 29, 1869 @ 72y 5m Erected by Eunice Cook
Charles, son of William & Mary E., b. May 22, 1851, d. January 24, 1852
David, son of William & Mary E., b. December 25, 1855, d. March 13, 1865
David, d. March 1824 @ 60y
Ebenezer, d. September 18, 1829 @ 37y 6m
Ebenezer D., d. September 20, 1848 @ 21y 5m
Ebenezer, son of William & Mary, d. April 23, 1841 @ 49y
Lydia M., daughter of William & Mary, b. July 10, 1853, d. March 21, 1865
Mary, wife of William, d. January 15, 1870 @ 49y
Stephen, d. February 19, 1848 @ 22y 10m
William, d. February 26, 1867 @ 47y 5m
Elliot, d. June 9, 1871 @ 69 y 6m 3d
"Manhood looked forth with careful glance,
Time, steady plies the oar;
While old age calmly waits to hear,
The keel upon the shore."
Whitnell D., son of Elliot & Sophronia, d. April 7, 1857 @ 13y 3m 28d
Footstone: D. C.
S. C. (Father)
E. C. (Mother)
Col. Luther, d. March 29, 1864 @ 58y 1st white male born in Bergen, NY
Daniel A., son of Luther & Mary Ann, d. May 4, 1841 @ 8y
Jane, daughter of Luther & Mary Ann, d. March 10, 1842 @ 10y 11m
Col. Jedediah, d. August 18, 1830 @ 54y
Mary Ann, wife of Col. Luther and daughter of Oliver Avery, d. June 5, 1857 @ 41y
Col. Jedediah, d. 1830 War of 1776
Sally, wife of Theodore, d. December 13, 1843 @ 41y
Grace, wife of Samuel, d. September 9, 1862 @ 73y
Samuel, b. January 29, 2804, d. July 27, 1886
William T., 1830-1920
Anna F., beloved wife of William T., 1834-1909
Freddie L., son of William & Ann, d. August 15, 1868 @ 1y
In memory of Mary Kimber, wife of Thomas, d. September 6, 1874 @ 84y 1m 12d
"My Father" Samuel, b. January 29, 1804, d. July 27, 1886
In memory of Thomas Dart who died September 26, 1871 @ 73y 8m 4d
William K., son of Thomas & Mary, d. October 27, 1884 @ 64y
William T., 1830-1920 fought in War during 1861-1865
Abram, d. June 5, 1822 @ 56y 13d
Deacon George, d. April 8, 1879, @ 79y 8m 15d
James E., son George & Mary L., d. in Stanton Hospital, Washington D. C. June 29, 1863 @ 24y Wounded in Chancellorville, VA War of 1861-1865 G. A. R.
James M., son of A. & S., d. October 7, 1831 @ 22y
"Corruption, earth and worms, shall but refine this flesh
"Till my triumphant spirit comes
To put it on afresh"
In memory of Lyman Davis who died May 23, 1837 @ 41y
"No more can pain and anguish move;
Thy peaceful, calm and quiet breast;
For safe in Jesusí arms of Love,
Thy ransomed soul is ever blest."
In memory of Mary Ann, 1st wife of George, who died February 6, 1836 @ 28y
Marvell, son of A. & S., d. June 2, 1818 @ 14y
"Out of the mouth of babes and suckling."
Mary L., 2nd wife of George Davis, d. November 6, 1850 @ 41y
Sarah, wife of Abram, b. in Taunton, Mass, August 23, 1772, d. in Christian home in Bergen, NY March 25, 1852 @ 80y
Sarah B., wife of Abram, b. In Taunton, Mass, August 23, 1772, d. October 15, 1893 @ 37y
Sylvester, son of A. & S., d. September 2, 1811 @ 20y
"No living man can view the ground,
The ground where you must shortly lie."
J. Henry, 1854-1926
Lewis, d. March 16, 1867 @ 76y American Legion
Willie Lewis, (Our Little Willie), son of Lewis & Sarah (Peters), d. March 16, 1867 @ 16y
Adelia, daughter of A. & F., d. October 19, 1851 @ 6y 1m 19d
Capt. William, d. May 2, 1860 @ 79y War of 1812
"Blessed are the peace markers,
For they shall be called the children of God!"
Frances, wife Avelyn Sedgwick, d. November 14, 1858 @ 63y
Avelyn Sedgwick, 1823-1903
Sebra, wife of Capt. William, d. October 8, 1851 @ 63y
William S., son of A. & F., d. October 24, 1851 @ 3y 4m
Josephine, b. in Germany 1851, d. August 25, 1913 @ 62y 5m
John H., b. 1823, d. January 30, 1898
A wooden cross
Infant of James & Mary, d. December 29, 1881
David R., son of David W. & Sabrina, d. November 30, 1864 @ 32y 7m
"Dearest husband, thou art sleeping,
Never more to wake again.
In a world of sin and weeping,
Marred with sorrow, fraught with pain;
But again we hope to meet thee,
With the ransomed throngs on high;
Hid the bliss of heaven to greet thee,
Clothed in immortality." C & G Stroebell, LeRoy, NY
Sarah J., wife of David R., & daughter of A. & S. Adams, d. May 2, 1870 @ 33y 6m
David W., d. November 18, 1869 @ 69y 7m
Sabrina, wife of David W., d. July 8, 1864 @ 69y 5m 16d
Wilbert, son of David W. & Sabrina, d. July 8, 1894, at Washington, D. C. of wounds received in a charge at Cold Harbor.
"Here let me rest,
I shall never charge no more;
The boys that left,
Will the union restore;
Now heavenís my home,
For in sickness I cried
To that friend of sinners,
Who met me this side."
Emma D., wife of Edward, 1858-1931
Joseph, b. 1821, d. November 24, 1894
Susanna, wife of Joseph, b. in Norfolk, England, 1822, d. June 23, 1899 @ 77y
Bertha F., daughter of Henry & Deborah, d. June 6, 1870 @ 4y 4m 8d
Deborah F., 1830-1922
Frank Henry, son of Henry & Deborah, d. February 8, 1864 @ 7m 8d
Henry W., 1833-1911
Abishai, d. September 11, 1865 @ 75y War of 1812
Emily, daughter of Henry, 1868-1939
Ferd, infant d. 1867 (Name is spelled like that on tombstone)
Minders Dox, son of A. & S., d. October 7 or 8, 1818 @ 1y 6m
"Corruption, earth and worms,
Shall but refine this flesh;
Till my triumphant spirit comes,
To put it on afresh."
Dolly, daughter of A. & S., d. April 17, 1830 2 3y 18m
"God my redeemer lives."
Susannah, wife of Abishai, d. June 30, 1878 @ 82y
Louisa, daughter of D. & Jane, d. December 27, 1870 @ 11y 11m
Iíve laid her here with many a sigh,
And felt when all over;
Our home had one bright spirit less,
And heaven had an angel more."
Patricia (Jameson), 1934-
Keith W. "Hughes", son of Murray & Patricia, 1958-1995
Nancy, wife of Josiah, d. October 18, 1849 @ 47y
Footstone M. H.
Wheaton E., son of P. & A. E., d. April 21, 1853 @ 19y 5m
Ann E., d. July 18, 1887
George W., d. May 20, 1848 @ 40y 10m
Pyram, d. October 6, 1877 @ 75y 5m
Susan E., daughter of P. & A. E., d. March 27, 1852 @ 22y
Deacon Timothy, d. July 26, 1817 @ 64y 11m 8d
Elizabeth, wife of Deacon Timothy, d. October 5, 1846 @ 91y
Mary (Walker), wife of Goodwin, d. April 21, 1877 @ 23y 8m
Abner, d. January 8, 1856 @ 74y
Irene, daughter of A. & I., d. November 8, 1865 @ 47y
Isaac M., d. March 3, 1877 @ 60y 1m 15d
Irene, wife of Abner, d. June 8, 1867 @ 77y
Burton M., son of David & Eliza, d. May 24, 1858 @ 1y 4m 27d
William H., 1841-1912, 8th NY Heavy Artillery 1861-1865 marker
M. Ella, wife of William H., 1864-1937
Keziah, wife of David, d. May 11, 1857 @ 85y
Edith, b. May 17, 1896, d. December 13, 1907
Arthur Howell, 1875-1951 "Father"
Lucille Howell, wife of Arthur, 1876-1957 "Mother"
Rebecca May, daughter of Philip & Kathryn Monroe, 1938-1941
Kathryn Monroe, 1907-1976 "Mother"
Philip Howell, 1905-1988 "Father"
Ruth (Atkins) wife of P. Munro, 1930- "Wife"
P. Munro, 1931-1990, "Son"
Lydia, wife of Dr. Gibbons Jewett Esq., d. April 6, 1823 @ 36y
N. C., sister of A. E. Hitchcock, d. 1880, @ 70y
Alma D., wife of N. C., d. May 10, 1880 @ 70y
Isaac, b. in Verconia, Oneida County, NY, March 15, 1806, d. December 20, 1878
Footstone A. D. J.
Marietta Minerva, daughter of Col. W. M. Peters, wife of the late Isaac Joslyn, b. April 27, 1813 in Bergen, d. November 8, 1898 in Brockport
Harriet A., daughter of J. & S., d. September 2, 1852 @ 3m 6d
Humphrey D., son of J. W. & Harriet M. Knapp, d. January 22, 1852 @ 15m
Jared, d. February 12, 1854 @ 72y
Sarah, wife of Jared, d. July 19, 1852 @ 69y
Ann, d. August 1, 1882 @ 48y
Lydia, d. May 15, 1817 @ 20y
Barnes, d. June 10, 1830 @ 40y
Bridg, b. in Mass. February, 26, d. December 26, 1891 @ 89y 10m
Bridg Jr., son of B. & S., d. September 12, 1857 @ 29y Lost with the S. S. Central America returning from California.
Charles, son of B. & S., d. October 13, 1918 @ 75y
Clarissa, wife of Barnes, d. August 25, 1828 @ 36y
Emma Annette, daughter of B. & S., d. September 26, 1850 @ 2y 10m
Ruben, d. July 12, 1824 @ 60y
Sally, wife of Bridge, d. July 12, 1863 @ 58y
Sarah Ann, daughter of B. & S., d. October 8, 1831 @ 4y 10m
Locklin, b. 1864, d. April 16, 1899 @ 35y
Mary, wife of A. McDonald, d. December 29, 1873 @ 38y 10m 26d
"Farewell, my friends and children dear;
I am not dead, but sleeping here.
As I am now, so you must be;
Prepare for death and follow me."
Mary A., daughter of A. & Mary, b. August 19, 1860, d. January 20, 1885
Footstones: M. A. C. & J. H. B.
Ann, wife of David, d. July 26, 1880 @ 60y
"Dearest Mother, thou hast left us;
Here thy loss we deeply feel;
But our God, who has berefty us,
He can all our sorrow heal."
David, d. April 11, 1886 @ 80 y 2m
Clarissa, wife of Levi, d. September 8, 1842 @ 53y
"I soar to the realms of the bright and blest,
Where the mourners are solaced; and weary at rest;
I rise to my glory, while thou must remain;
In this dark world to dejection and pain."
Clarissa, daughter of L. & C., d. November 8, 1842 @ 16y
"This lovely bud, so young and fair,
Called hence by earthly doom;
Just came to show how sweet a Flower,
In paradise might bloom."
Levi, d. September 22, 1842 @ 63y
Ruth, wife of William P., d. September 2, 1843 @ 24y and a child.
A child beloved, a wife most dear;
A friend esteemed, reposed here;
And hope desires beyond the tomb,
A brighter world, a sweeter home,
Where pain nor death can never come."
Footstone J. C.
Rebecca V., wife of E. B., b. 1856, d. June6, 1910 "At rest"
William B., 1825-1909 "Father"
Barbara M., wife of David, 1860-1948
E. B., b. 1858, d. October 4, 1931
Nellie H. (Anderson), 1889-19
Frank R., 1887-1981
Emma S., 1885-1963
C. C., wife of S. R., d. March 3, 1868 @ 34y
S. R., War of 1812
Mary E. (Dunning), wife of S. R., d. June 26, 1862 @ 33y
James D., Sr., 1931-1998
Joyce (Peachey) 1933-
Susan A., wife of Sawyer, d. March 6, 1885 @ 70y
Footstone S. P.
Allen, son of S. & S. A., d. July 4, 1841 @ 5y
Sawyer, d. March 5, 1882, @ 71y G. A. R. 1861-1865
Footstone J. B. P.
Susanna, daughter of S. & S.A., d. December 31, 1861 @ 1y 7m
James A., 1826-1911
Lepha J., 1888-1898
Sarah Lillies, wife of James A., 1828-1915
Kenneth R., 1924-
Russell E., 1937-
Hannah W., wife of George H., 1870-1957
George H., 1873-1963
Wallace W., 1900-1968
Raymond J., 1894- 1971
Luella M., 1895-1984
John W., d. September 3, 1842 @ 27y
William Hugh, d. April 1, 1840 @ 21y
"Lift thy hopes to Heaven above thee;
Think that there in bliss I roam;
I would live and live to love thee,
But my father calls me home;
When the bonds of earth are risen,
And the reign of death is oíer
In the light and joy of Heaven,
We shall meet to part no more."
Capt. William, son of Col. John Peters of Hebron, Conn., d. August 18, 1821 in the 56th year of his age. Marker of War of 1776
"This modest stone which few vein marbles can,
May truly say, Here lies an honest man;
Calmly he looked on either side of life, and here
Saw nothing to regret nor there to fear."
Lydia, wife of Col. William, d. October 14, 1855 @ 83y
Lieut. Col. William Jr. ESQ., who was found dead in his field December 8, 1820 in the 35th year. War of 1812
"Where no watchful friends were near,
Tears in his falling eyes---"
Susan,(Tuller) wife of Col. William & of the late Lewis Dunning, b. in Simsbury, Conn., April 6, 1793, d. May 31, 1867.
"Who, who would live away,
Away from his God."
J. B., d. March 29, 1861 @ 48y
Mary A., wife of George Phillips, 1842-1864
In memory of David Potter, ESQ., b. June 15, 1757, d. November 22, 1834
William H., eldest son of LeRoy & Esther, d. August 8, 1850 @ 13y 1m
"We all do fade as a leaf."
Harvey A., 1869-1936 "Father"
Footstone W. E. H.
Rena, wife of Harvey A., 1872-1951 "Mother"
Edward, d. August 2, 1872 @ 43y
Sally, wife of Charles, D. September 30, 1861/62 or 1869 @ 74y
Charles, d. August 7, 1879 @ 86y 1m 15d
Edmund, b. in Byron, June 29, 1830, d. March 4, 1897 @ 66y
Lila M., daughter of C. & S., d. April 24, 1885 @ 21y
"Not lost blest though,
But gone before, where we shall meet,
To part no more."
Perscilla (Watson, wife of Edmund, 1830-1908
Herbert A., 1861-1932
Addie, infant daughter of H. T. & M. b. 1866, d. May 11, 1866
Elsie, b. 1869, d. March 14, 1869
Hull T., b. 1829, d. May 13, 1875 A soldier of Co. H. 8th NY Heavy Art.
Martha, wife of Hull T., 1841-1918
Helen, wife of Robert, 1902-1930
Sarah, wife of William, 1872-1931
William, 1854-1910 @ 64y
Helen, wife of W. E. & daughter of David W. & Sabrina Fuller, d. May 14, 1871 @ 39y 6m
Helen, only daughter of W. E. & H., d. May 16, 1872 @ 1y
Asa, d. February 26, 1863 @ 64y
Walter E., d. February 11, 1873 @ 50y 10m 28d
Helen M. (Dart), daughter of William & Anna Dart, 1864-1899
Emily C., wife of Charles, d. January 2, 1899 @ 75y
Charles, d. December 30, 1898 @ 79y
In memory of Jesse Townsend who died September 25, 1809 @87y
"While by this stone his dust doth sleep,
His precious soul, the Savior keeps;
"Till Garbrielís trumpet he shall hear.
To raise his body, bright and fair."
Abel, d. January 24, 1845 @ 62y
In memory of Roda Tuller, wife of Abel Tuller, d. May 14, 1829 @ 64y 8m
"Oh welcome death where is thy sting?
Iím passing Jordanís flood;
My dear Redeemerís praise to sing,
The purchase of his blood."
Benjamin N., b. June 26, 1860, d. December 7, 1901 @ 35y Bergen Postmaster
Clara A., daughter M. & E. Walker, d. February 26, 1860 @ 1y 9m
Eliza, wife of Uriah, 1824-1900
Harriet A., 1858-1945
Hannah, wife George, d. February 14, 1886 @ 85y
"Rest Mother, rest in quiet sleep,
While friends in sorrow oíer this grave do weep."
George, d. October 20, 1881 @ 78y
"Lost to sight, to memory dear." (Stone sunk)
In memory of Simeon I. who d. January 16, 1871 @ 51y
In memory of Maria, wife of Simeon I., d. October 28, 1828 @ 54y
In memory of Azubatt, wife of Alexander, d. August 15, 1830 @ 72y
"With earthly things I have done,
For God has called my spirit home."
In memory of Abigail, wife of Capt. William who d. December 4, 1827 @ 34y
In memory of Alexander White who d. January 12, 1810 @ 39y
"Friends nor physicians could not save,
This mortal body from the grave;
Nor an the grave confine him here,
When Christ shall call him to appear."
In memory of Shipman White who d. August 24, 1821 @ 30y
"Go home my friends, dry up your tears,
I must lie here Ďtill Christ appears."
Sophia G., daughter of William & Abigail, d. August 5, 1836 @ 20y
William, d. November 25, 1830 @ 10y
Mary, wife of Levi, d. October 4, 1850 @ 74y
Edward, d. July 13, 1849 @ 39y
Levi, d. September 23, 1855 @ 83y
Martin, d. June 9, 1819 @ 9y 7m
Charity (Wilcox), wife of Captain Joel, d. October 19, 1846 @ 69y
Capt. Joel, War 1861-1865
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Mrs. Mary B. Wells & Frances M. Witmer copied the records. Updated February 11, 2001 by Dawnís Genealogy & Printing Service, Dawn L. Pocock-Dilcher and August 8, 2000, a walk through the cemetery. E-mail email@example.com website: www.homestead.com/dawngenealogy