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Coreys Cemetery

Harrietstown, Franklin County, New York
DIRECTIONS: The Coreys cemetery is located on NY Route 3 between Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake in the southwest corner of Harrietstown.   Turn south onto the Coreys road for about a mile and the cemetery is on your left.

COORDINATES:

NOTES:

ANDRUS
Rev. Robert G. ANDRUS, D.D.   Oct. 1, 1907 - Jan. 13, 1982
(NOTE: This stone is about 40' from the road. There is a small path leading to it.)

ANDRUS
In loving memory of Mary McGUISTON ANDRUS   Sept. 12, 1918 - Aug. 19, 1982
(NOTE: This stone is about 40' from the road. There is a small path leading to it.)

BARR
John Baldwin   Nov. 8, 1932 - no date
Patricia Jane KROMER   Dec. 19, 1932 - Jan. 2, 2001
Love Never Ends

BRAEGGER
Bertha R. BRAEGGER   born Nov. 14, ____ - died Nov. 23, 1979
Info from Fortune Funeral Home marker   10 June 1980: Father - Frederick REINERT; Mother - Bertha FAES

BRAEGGER
Werner P.   1888 - 1962
Bertha REINERT   1895 His Wife 1979

CHRISTIERNIN
Charles L. CHRISTIERNIN   born Feb. 10, 1878 - died Oct. 18, 1944
    (metal plaque flush with ground set in concrete)
Regina SCOTT-HALL CHRISTIERNIN   Feb. 4, 1885 - July 25, 1963
    (metal plaque flush with ground set in concrete)
Military Footstone:
VIRGINIA R. CHRISTIERNIN
T SGT.   US MARINE CORPS
WORLD WAR II   KOREA
DEC. 4, 1914 - APR. 29, 1990
Military Footstone:
CHARLES L. CHRISTIERNIN JR.
NEW JERSEY
1st LT. ADJ. GEN CORPS.
MAY 25, 1916 - APR. 18, 1870

DUKETT
Della R.   Wife of B. A. DUKETT   Died Sept. 16, 1892   Age 22 yrs. & 4 mos.
"Oh, weary eyes that oft did weep,
Closed now rest well in dreamless sleep
O, tired hands that did their best
Lie still be folded in rest
Oh, hearts so torn with love and pain
Thy troubles never can come again"

DUKETT
John DUKETT   1834 - 1922
Nancy GRAHAM   His Wife   1841 - 1923
Separate stone in the same lot:
Mattie Jane   Daughter of John & Nancy DUKETT   died Aug 23, 1880
  Æ 9 Yrs. 4 Mos. & 12 D
  "A precious one from us has gone
  A voice we loved is stilled
  A place is vacant in our home
  Which never can be filled"   - by her sister

FREEMAN
Claire GIVEN FREEMAN   1903 - 1933

FREEMAN
Eugene H. FREEMAN   1893 - 1966
Ruth WARDNER   His Wife   1917 - no date
Separate stone in the same lot:
Mother   Lillian A. FREEMAN   1869 - 1926
Separate stone in the same lot:
FREEMAN
Ross C.   1898 - 1980
Martha D.   1910 - 1999
Info from Fortune Funeral Home marker: Ross C. FREEMAN   10 June 1980: Father - Harry FREEMAN;   Mother - Lillian DUKETT

HOLLENBECK
HOLLENBECK
Kenneth M.   1930 - no date
Alice J.   1928 - no date

HOLLENBECK
HOLLENBECK
Myrl W.   1897 - 1973
Leah M.   1904 - 1972
Arthur L.   1871 - 1954
Electa M.   1875 - 1961
Military Footstone:
HARRY BRENT HOLLENBECK
CPL   US ARMY
KOREA
1928 - 1979

McDERMOTT
Jack McDermott   April 29, 1928 - June 26, 1996
For making us feel special in your life
For enriching our lives with your wit
and well-seasoned stories of days gone by,
Always in our hearts ...
Military Footstone:
JOHN JOSEPH McDERMOTT
CPL US ARMY
KOREA
APR. 29, 1928 - JUNE 26, 1996

McGUISTON
Joann W. McGUISTON   Oct. 14, 1921 - Oct. 6, 1985
(NOTE: This stone is about 40' from the road. There is a small path leading to it.)

O'SULLIVAN
Stephanie L. WHITTUM   1953 - 2001
David J.   1952 - no date
If life gives you scraps, make quilts.

REED
Gertrude G. REED   1923 - 1980
Info from Fortune Funeral Home Marker: Gertrude Grace REED   born Mar. 19, 1923   died Feb. 13, 1980: Father - Gordon VOSBURGH;   Mother - Elsie EBARE
Military Footstone:
RICHARD H. REED
TSGT   US AIR FORCE
WORLD WAR II
FEB. 11, 1920 - APR. 1, 1980

RUSER
Ludwig RUSER   1844 - 1914   and his sons Frank, Louis, Harry

SCHICK
Military Footstone:
JAMES P. SCHICK
MAJ.   US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
1914 - 1980
Footstone:
Dorothy W. SCHICK   1914 - 1990
(NOTE: These stones are about 30' down a path toward the water at the back of the cemetery.)

SHERRIFF
Florence SHERRIFF   1886 - 1972

SMITH
Donald F. SMITH   1956 - 1956   (Fortune Funeral Home Marker)

VOSBURGH
Earl A. VOSBURGH   Father   1887 - 1959
    New York   PVT   2 INF   NY NG, World War I   Sept. 2, 1887 - Feb. 6, 1959
Agnes M.   Mother   1883 - 1973
Belle   Daughter   1908 - 2000
David F.   1906 - 1984
Marker - E. C. Crooks Memorial Corp., 225 State Street, Carthage, NY
(Also a wooden sign: "The Andersons: Dave & Belle, Tupper Lake"

VOSBURGH
VOSBURGH
Elsie B. VOSBURGH   1900 - 1977
Gordon   1895 - 1962
Military Footstone:
Gordon L. VOSBURGH   New York   CPL Medical Department, World War I   Aug 26, 1895 - December 28, 1962

WANDLING
James R. WANDLING   1914 - no date
Separate stone in the same lot:
Marion WANDLING   1917 - no date
Separate stone in the same lot:
Barbara WANDLING HOCHBERG   1946 - 1983

WOODBRIDGE
"Of such are the kingdom of heaven."   Lucy Ann WOODBRIDGE   -1964-
(NOTE: A picture of a lamb is on the stone.)