CARPENTER BURYING GROUND

Transcribed by Nettie J. Stickles 

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Located on Carpenter Hill Road on the Stanfordville/Pine Plains boarder.

Very well taken care of.

Transcribed as I could read them.

Plaque on the wall near entrance reads:

Carpenter Burying Ground 1800

Benjamin Carpenter

1749-1837

and

Mary Pugsley Carpenter

1756-1821

and

Decendents

Large pillar stone that sits in the middle

Ben Carpenter b. July 11,1749 d. Jan 17,1837

Mary wife of BC b. Mar 25, 1756 d. Nov 16, 1821

Elizabeth Carpenter b Apr 26 1791 d Oct 8, 1808

Samuel Pugsley Carpenter b Mar 8, 1780 d Jan 30, 1814

Cornella Carpenter b Nov 6 1789 d Mar 12, 1840

Catharine B dau of Morgan & Maria Carpenter d Feb 21st 1820 ag 2mos

Benjamin P son of Morgan & Maria Carpenter b Nov 25 182* (could not read)

d Dec 30 1836

Samuel Carpenter d Jan 30 1811 age 34 years

His Wife Died Mar 12 1840 age 51 yrs 1mo 6days

(No name of wife on stone)

Large stone

In Memory of Benjamin Platt

Son of Morgan & Maria Carpenter

You died Dec 30 18**

15 yrs old 1mo

(You can figure out dates from the stone above)

Small stone CBC

A couple of large stones that are unreadable and a number of stones that look new that have the same information on them as the Large Monument.

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Transcribed and Contributed by Nettie Stickles

Updated December 5, 1999

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