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Perrys Mills Cemetery

Champlain, Clinton County, New York
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NOTES:

ABARE
Robert ABARE / Died / Jan. 28. 1907 / AE. 30 Ys.

ABARE
(east)
John ABARE / Died / May 23, 1909, / AE. 57 Ys. /
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(south)
Elmer A. / ABARE / Died / Jan. 15, 1910 / AE. 21 Ys. /

BALDWIN
Emma M. / daughter of / L. & M. BALDWIN / Died / May 27, 1862. / AE. 7 Ys. /
One sweet flower has /
drooped and faded, /
One sweet infant voice has fled. /

BATEMAN
Simon BATEMAN / Nov. 25, 1805. / Dec. 7, 1876. /

BATEMAN
Persis, / Wife of / Simon BATEMAN / died Jan. 9, 1839, / AE. 32 Yrs. 4 Mos. / & 9 d's. / (NOTE: 1st Wife. 2nd wife was Polly)

BATEMAN
Mary / Wife of / [Simon] BATEMAN Jr. / [di]ed / ... 1865 / ... mo. / ... from her labours /

BATEMAN
Persis, / dau't of. / Simon & Mary / BATEMAN. / died dec. 21 / 1840, / ag'd 4 mo's. /

BATEMAN
Revina / Daughter of / Simon & Mary / BATEMAN, / Died / Aug. 27, 1870. / AE. 27 Yrs. 7 Mos. / (rest buried)

BATEMAN
John BATEMAN / Sept. 13, 1814, / Dec. 19, 1898. / (Brother of Simon)

BATEMAN
George. / Son of / Simon & Polly / BATEMAN, / died Oct. 30, 1838, / Agd 21 yrs 3 mos / (brother of Simon)

BATEMAN
F. C. BATEMAN / 1832 - 1920 / (Fry Clark BATEMAN)

BATEMAN
Louise WINGATE / Wife of / F. C. BATEMAN, / Died / Aug. 23, 1871, / AE. 30 Y'rs. 9 Mos. /

BATEMAN
Angeline M. HITCHCOCK / Wife of / F. C. BATEMAN / 1844 - 1914 /

CARTO
(east)
Rose HENRY / Born May 10, 1789. / Died Sep. 25, 1875. /
Margaret CARTO. / Born Aug. 13, 1801. / Died May 21, 1878. /
James CARTO. / Born Oct. 16, 1820. / Died Jan. 8, 1880. /
Alexander CARTO. / Born Jan. 13, 1849. / Died Nov. 20, 1881. /
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(north)
Emmanuel CARTO / Mar. 15, 1845. / Oct. 22, 1851. /
Cornelia CARTO / July 1, 1857 / Aug. 29, 1861. /
Eli CARTO / of Co. A 16 Reg. N.Y. Cav. / Mar. 3, 1847. / Mar. 7, 1865. /
Headstone: R.H. /
Headstone: M.C. /
Headstone: J.C. /
Headstone: A.C. /

CLARK
(east)
Guy CLARK / Born / Mar. 21, 1802. / Died / Dec. 30, 1877. /
Also his wife / Harriet SMITH / Born / Feb. 25, 1812. / Died / May 1, 1858. /
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(south)
Harriet Celena / Born / July 17, 1833. / Died / July 10, 1854. /
Also / Catherine Mildred / Born / Oct. 21, 1852. / Died / Oct. 14, 1871. /
Daughters of / Guy & Harriet / CLARK /
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(north)
Orange S. CLARK / May 29, 1845. / Apr. 17, 1903. /
Louisa LUCAS / His Wife / Sept. 30, 1847, / Aug. 7, 1906. /
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(west)
James Aylmer / son of / O. S. & L. L. CLARK. / Born / Nov. 18, 1873. / Died / July 12, 1875. /
Headstone: C.M.C. /
Headstone: H.C.C. /
Headstone: H.S.C. /
Headstone: G.C. /
Headstone: J.A.C. /
Headstone: O.S.C. /
Headstone: L.L.C. /
(NOTE: Orange S. & Louisa L. CLARK were parents of Ralph, Harry & Fred CLARK.)

CLARK
Sophia / daughter of / Leverett & Elizabeth / CLARK died April / 5, 1866 aged 54. /
I am the resurrection and / the life / (NOTE: Elizabeth CLARK was a COLE. Leverett CLARK came to Champlain from Troy, N.Y.)

CLARK
Marvin CLARK, / Died / Oct. 2, 1862, / AE. 64 years. /

CLARK
Sarah J. / Daughter of / Marvin & Betsey / CLARK / Died / Sept. 3, 1861, / AE. 25 years. /

CLARK
Leverett CLARK, / Died / Feb. 20, 1860, / AE. 34 years. /
Hiram / Son of L. & A. CLARK, / Died / Dec. 7, 1856, / AE. 7 years. /

CRESSEY
Sarah, / wife of / Wm. CRESSEY, / Died / July 11, 1852, / AE. 33 y'rs & 10 mo. / Blessed are the dead that die in the lord. /

CRESSEY
Mary A. / daughter of / Wm. & Sarah / CRESSEY, / died May 30, / 1837, / AE. 8 d's. /

CRESSEY
Matilda A. / dau't of / Wm. & Sarah / CRESSEY, / died Feb. 3, 1842, / AE. 2 y'rs. & 11 mo. /

CRESSEY
Sarah E. / daughter of / Wm. & Sarah / CRESSEY, / died April 25, / 1844, / AE. 2 years 11 mo. & / 17 days. /

CRESSEY
Susannah / daughter of / Wm. & Sarah / CRESSEY / died March 21, / 1848 Ae. 4 ys 4 ms 3 d. /

CRESSEY
Cornelia, / daughter of / Wm. & Sarah / CRESSEY, / Died / July 20, 1852. / AE. 9 mo's & 13 d's. /

DENGATE
Thomas DENGATE / Died / Apr. 30, 1874. / AE. 69 Yrs. /
Mary FIELDER / Wife of / Tho's DENGATE, / Died / Jan. 19, 1879. / AE. 78 Y'rs. /
They bloom in heaven but the fragrance of /
there (sic) love is with us still. /
(NOTE: A son, James T., AE. 4, is buried in the Jackson Cem., Lacolle, P.Q.)

DUNCAN
(front)
William DUNCAN / Born Sept. 22, 1812. / Died May 24, 1885. / Resting in hope of a glorious resurrection. /
His Wife / Roxana A. STONE / Born July 27, 1816, / Died Sept. 30, 1904. /
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(side)
Henrietta M. DUNCAN / 1853 - 1919. /

ELLIOTT
Elizabeth S. / Wife of / Thomas ELLIOTT / Died / Mar. 8, 1859 / AE. 25 Yrs. /

HARDEN
Orson son of / A. W. & Usula (sic) HARDEN / died June 14, 1855 / in his 3, year. /

HITCHCOCK
Marion L. / Daughter of / C. M. & N. J. / HITCHCOCK / died Mar. 11, 1880, / AE. 1 Yr. 6 Ms. & 25 Ds. / We miss thee. /

HOGLE
Darrel C. HOGLE / July 20, 1884. / Jan. 10, 1925. /
His Wife / Elsie M. STEVENSON / July 30, 1884. / (blank) /

HOGLE
Hugh H. / Son of / D. C. & F. (sic) M. HOGLE / 1922 - 1924 /

LEWIS
Lydia E. BARBER, / Wife of / Isaac LEWIS, / Died / Mar. 1, 1870, / AE. 82 years. /

LOOMIS
Ezra S. LOOMIS M.D. / Died / Dec. 31, 1872. / Aged 79. / "Looking for that blessed hope." /

LOOMIS
Lucretia, / Wife of / Dr. E. S. LOOMIS, / Died / April 14, 1867, / AE. 65 Y'rs, & 7 M's. /
(NOTE: Lucretia SOUTHWICK, Dr. LOOMIS's 1st wife. His 2nd wife was Harriet WHIPPLE, who after his death married Dr. John DeFOREST, a dentist.)

LOOMIS
Alva E. / Son of / Doct. E. S. & L. / LOOMIS, / Died July 29, / 1846, / In his 18, year. /

LOOMIS
Laura E. / Dau. of / Doct. E. S. & L. LOOMIS, / Died / Sept. 25, 1862, / AE. 26 Y's. /
Jesus I love thee, I know that /
thou art mine and I am thine, /
take my hand; lead me gently over. /

LOOMIS
Martha / daughter of / Doct. E. S. & L. / LOOMIS, / Died / Jan. 25, 1841 / aged 6 mos. /

LUCAS
Nancy, / Wife of / John LUCAS, / Died / Mar. 26, 1869, / AE. 70 Y'rs. /

MONETTE
(front)
Sophia CARTO / wife of / John B. MONETTE / Died Feb. 3, 1882. / AE. 59 Ys. /
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(back)
Sarah MONETTE / Died Feb. 14, 1881. / AE. 18 Ys. /

MURRAY
(front)
Jeremiah MURRAY / Aug. 2, 1805 / July 2, 1861. /
Alvira JUDSON / His Wife / Dec. 17, 1818. / Aug. 2, 1895. /
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(side)
Adah C. MURRAY / Sept. 4, 1848, / Dec. 3, 1862. /
Fletcher H. MURRAY / 1841 - 1916. /
Roxa A. MURRAY / 1851 - 1926. /
Headstone: Father /
Headstone: Mother /
Headstone: Adah /
Headstone: Fletcher /
Headstone: Roxa /
(NOTE: Jeremiah & Alvira were parents of Martha Almeda, who married Joseph BIGELOW. Roxa married George WINTERBOTTOM, but they lived together only 2 or 3 months.)

MURRAY??
Walter / (on lot with above)

PATTERSON
(front)
Andrew PATTERSON / Died Dec. 9 1903 / Age 88 yrs. /
Almira wife of / Andrew PATTERSON / Died May 22 1900 / Age 75 Yrs. /
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(side)
James PATTERSON Jr. / Died Sept. 23 1898 / Age 47 Yrs. /
Lucius PATTERSON / Died Feb. 1862 (sic) / Age 9 Mos. /
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(side)
Archibald PATTERSON / Died Sept 22 1900 / Age 54 Yrs. /
(NOTES furnished by Mr. George THOMPSON: Andrew Patterson was superintendent of Fort Montgomery at Rouses Point before he bought a farm in the 1860's, south of the Thompson farm on the Daily Road. His wife was Almira MARNEY. Their children were: Polk (Engineer on Hudson River Boat), James (Market gardner near Albany), William (Engr. on Hudson River Boat), Elmer (Farmer, later moved to Gardner, Mass.), Archibald (Engr. on Hudson River Boat), Ezra (Laborer, lived at Gardner, Mass. Married Belle THOMPSON), John (with General Electric Co. at Schenectady; married Jennie DURHAM), Lucius (died as infant).)

PENFIELD
George PENFIELD / Died / Feb. 22, 1873, / Aged / 72 years. / Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. /

PENFIELD
Almeda C. MURRAY / Wife of / George PENFIELD / Died Nov. 30, 1886, / AE. 87 years. / Resting till the resurrection morn. /

PENFIELD
Martha E. / daut. of / George & Almeda / PENFIELD / Died / May 15, 1851, / Aged 22 y'rs. /

PENFIELD
Geo. H. PENFIELD / Died / June 5, 1898, / aged / 62 Yrs. / Meet me in heaven. /

PENFIELD
Salome KING / wife of / Geo. H. PENFIELD / Died / Aug. 19, 1926, / AE. 84 Ys. /

PENFIELD
Morton H. / Died / Sept. 7, 1892, / AE. 5 Ms. /
Harrison C. / Died / Apr. 22, 1909, / AE. 17 Ys. /
Sons of / George H. PENFIELD / (rest buried)

PERRY
(front)
Lucian PERRY, / Died / July 30, 1864, / AE. 59 Ys. /
L. A. PERRY / Apr. 14, 1839, / Aug. 31, 1915. /
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(back)
L. F. PERRY / June 22, 1896, / Nov. 5, 1830 / (Note order)
James PERRY / Died / Apr. 4, 1856, / AE. 27 Ys. /
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(side)
Irene I. / Wife of / L. F. PERRY, / Died / Mar. 19, 1860, / AE. 22 Ys. /
James S. / son of / L. F. & I. I. / PERRY / Died / Aug. 2, 1860, / AE. 1 Yr. & 15 ds. /
Headstone: L.P. /
Headstone: J.P. /
Headstone: J.S.P. /
Headstone: I.I.P. /
Headstone: L.F.P. /
Headstone: L.A.P. /

PERRY
(front)
Morace P. PERRY, / Died / July 13, 1862, / AE. 52 Ys. /
"The Lord is my shepherd! / I shall not want." /
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(side)
Marion, / Wife of George PERRY, / and dau. of / F. & C. M. CLARK, / Died / Sept. 1'st 1869, / AE. 27 Ys. /
There the weary are at rest. /
(NOTE: Morace, father of George. Marion, dau. of Fry CLARK. George married as 2nd wife, Louisa, dau. of Guy CLARK.)

PERRY
Synthia (sic) A. / Daughter of / F. & C. M. CLARK / Died Dec. 17, 1845. / In the 8th yr. of her age. /

PERRY
(Masonic Square and Compasses) /
Titus PERRY / Died / Dec. 30, 1857. / AE. 39 Yrs. /
Thou hast gone to rest in Jesus' love /
I hope to go soon and meet the (sic) above. /
(NOTES: He kept a hotel at Perrys Mills. From an 1866 newspaper clipping in the Seaberg Scrapbook: "In Chicago, Ill., Aug. 3, from the effects of poison given by mistake by a Druggist, MRS. EMMA, widow of the late TITUS PERRY, of Perry's Mills, in this town.")

(NOTE: above three in one enclosed lot)

PLUMER
Ida E. / Daughter of / D. P. & E. PLUMER / Died Feb. 5, 1878, / AE. 5 Ys. /

PLUMMER
Frank B. PLUMMER / Aug. 20, 1841, / Mar. 20, 1914. /

PLUMMER
Russell R. PLUMMER / Died / Dec. 22, 1886, / Aged / 72 Years. /
Sarah A. PERRY / Wife of / Russell R. PLUMMER / Died Aug. 18, 1885 / AE. 69 Years. /

SMITH
Emerson R. / Son of M. O. & L. B. / SMITH died Sept. / 1, 1861 aged 6 y'rs. /

SMITH
Mary M. / daughter of / M. O. & L. B. / SMITH died / Sept. 28, 1846 / Aged 5 days. /

STEVENSON
Elizabeth / daughter of / John & Mary STEVENSON / murdered / Dec. 26, 1832 in / her 18; year. /
(NOTE: She had joined the Pres. Cong. Church at Champlain. Have coroner's call for jury on this murder Jan. 6, 1833.)

STONE
Isaac STONE / Died / June 20, 1867, / AE. 85 ys. 6 ms. / & 8 ds. /
Rachel / Wife of / Isaac STONE, / Died / Dec. 12, 1840. / AE. 51 Ys. / 3 ms. / & 10 ds. /
(NOTE: Isaac was a very early settler. Had three sons: Alonzo, Drummond (father of Elbridge), and Lucius (father of Howard, an architect). Isaac was a member of Champlain Lodge #237 F. & A. M.)

STONE
Marion / daughter of / Isaac & Rachel STONE, / died Feb. 25, 1840, / aged 18 ys. 4 ms. / 9 days. /

STONE
(Masonic Emblem) /
Elbridge G. STONE / Died / June 25, 1871, / Aged / 59 yrs. 6 mos. /

STONE
In Memory of / Catharine / Wife of / Elbridge G. STONE / died Dec. 18, 1840. / Aged 25 years & 9 m's. /

STONE
In Memory of / Catharine R. M. / Dau. of Elbridge / & Catharine / STONE, died Apr. / 14, 1841 aged / 4 months & 13 d's /

STONE
(front)
(Masonic Emblem) /
Elbridge W. / STONE / Died / Jan. 8, 1917. / AE. 71 Ys. /
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(side)
Myra B. / Died / Aug. 9, 1902, / AE. 20 Ys. /
Charles A. / Died / Sept. 28, 1877, / AE. 2 Ys. /
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(back)
Isabel A. / STONE / Died / Dec. 6, 1886, / AE. 70 Ys. /

TENANT
Elizabeth LEWIS / Wife of / S. A. TENANT / Died / March 16, 1865, / In the 41 year of her / age. / (NOTE: Samuel A. TENANT)

TENANT
Matilda E. / Wife of / S. A. TENANT, / Died / July 9, 1868, / AE. 38 Y'rs. /

TENANT
Laura E. / dau. of / S. A. & E. L. / TENANT, / Died / Jan. 17, 1863, / AE. 7 ms. /

THOMPSON
R. B. THOMPSON / Died / Mar. 5, 1920 / AE. 85 Ys. / (NOTE: Robert Bradley THOMPSON)

THOMPSON
Elizabeth Wife of / R. B. THOMPSON / Died Mar. 26, 1866 / AE. 31 Ys. / (NOTE: Elizabeth BATEMAN. His 2nd wife was Adeline CROSS, buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Champlain.)

TRUE
In Memory / of / Isaac TRUE / Died / Dec. 9, 1885, / Aged 94 Yrs. & 4 Mos. / Native of County Armah, Ireland. /

TRUE
Ann, / Wife of / Isaac TRUE, / Died / Sept. 19, 1854, / Ae. 62 yrs. / Emigrated from Ireland / 1821. /

TRUE
John, / Son of / Isaac & Ann / TRUE, / died April 27, 1850, / Ae. 30 ys. & 3 ms. /
Was born in Ireland brought o'er a child, /
And lived in Bogtown meek & mild. /
Lamented by one lamented by all /
Who heard his fate, or sad downfall. /
By crossing a rapids in this river /
Life soul & body soon did siver, (sic) /
If God deprived him of some reason, /
We trust his soul is now in heaven. /

TRUE
Elizabeth, / Daugh. of / Isaac & Ann / TRUE, / died Sept. 6, 1856. / Ae. 27 yrs. /
Farewell friends so dear, /
Remember death has placed me here. /

WHIPPLE
Thomas WHIPPLE, / Died / Jan. 13, 1867, / In his 95 Year. / Resting in hope. / (NOTE: War of 1812 Veteran)

WHIPPLE
Lucy, / Wife of / Thomas WHIPPLE, / Died / Nov. 20, 1854, / AE. 70 y's, 7 m's/ & 16 d's. /
Blessed are the Dead which die in /
the Lord from henceforth. /

WHIPPLE
Joseph WHIPPLE, / Died / March 13, 1873. / Aged 71 Yrs. / and 10 mo's. /
In my Father's house are /
many mansions. /

WHIPPLE
Finetta STONE / wife of / Joseph WHIPPLE / Died Dec. 27, 1890, / AE. 81 Yrs. & 11 Mos. / Asleep in Jesus. /

WHIPPLE
Orpha M. / daught. of / Joseph & Finetta / WHIPPLE / died April 16, 1849 / AE. 17 Yr,s. 10 Mo,s /

WHIPPLE
William W. WHIPPLE / Died / May 18, 1885, / Aged / 82 Yrs. & 5 Mos. / May his soul rest in peace /

WHIPPLE
Ryspah REXFORD / wife of / W. W. WHIPLLE / Died Sept. 24, 1898 / AE 86 Yrs. / At rest. /

WHIPPLE
Lydda / Daught. of / W. W. & Ryspah, / WHIPPLE, / Died / Dec. 12, 1868, / AE. 17 ys. / & 8 ms. / Gone but not forgotten. /

WHIPPLE
Austin WHIPPLE, / Died / Nov. 8, 1870 / AE. 61 Yrs. 6 mos. /

WHIPPLE
Henry A. WHIPPLE / Died / March 28, 1870 / 40 y's & 5 mos. / Our loss is his gain. /

WHIPPLE
Lucius S. WHIPPLE / Feb. 4, 1848, / Oct. 13, 1897. /
Lydia TENNANT / His Wife / May 21, 1851, / Sept. 4, 1925. /

WHIPPLE
Flora Grace / daut. of / John G. & Sarah B. / WHIPPLE, / Died / Mar. 22, 1851, / aged 8 mos. / & 25 ds. /
This lovely bud, so young and fair, /
Called hence by early doom /
Just came to show how sweet a flower /
In Paradise would bloom. /



Source: McLellan Cemetery Records