Dutchess County, NY LHN
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St. Peter's Church
Post Road #1

 

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 ST. PETER’S CHURCH, POST ROAD

CLASSIFICATION: Churchyard.
LOCATION: About three and a quarter miles north of the village of Rhinebeck, on the New York and Albany Post Road, at St. Peter’s Church. (German Lutheran).
CONDITION: Well cared for.
INSCRIPTIONS: 388 in number. Copied June 30, 1913, by j. W. Poucher. M. D., Mrs. Poucher, Mr. George S. Van Vliet, Miss Clara T. Van Vliet, and Miss Helena G. Van Vliet.
REMARKS: St. Peter’s Church (German Lutheran) was organized in1729. A church building was erected in 1730 which was Replaced by the present edifice shortly before the War of the Revolution. The ground around the church has always been Used for burials.

Ackard, Adam d. 1799, Apr. 8, a. 58-6-9.
Ackert, Anna d. 1863, Nov. 17.
Ackert, George d. 1808, Oct. 20, a. 54-9-9.
Ackert, John P. d. 1864, Jan. 25.
Ackert, Maria w. of Adam, d. 1826, Feb. 28, a. 86 y.
Ackert, Peter I. d. 1839, Mar. 24, a. 77-1-2.
Ackert, Sarah d. 1853, Feb. 26.
Allendorf, Christian d. 1833, Sep. 23, a. 72-7-19.
Allendorf, Elizabeth d. 1822, Apr. 17, a. 26 y. 2 m.
Allendorf, Margaret w. of Christian, d. 1851, Dec. 26, a. 67-6-28.
Allendorf, Mary Ann dau. of John N. & Sally, d. 1834, Sep. 16, a. 4-2-22.
Allendorf, Peter H. d. 1808, July 9,; "His frau Rebecca, d. 1809 aged 31 years."
Bard, Anthony d. 1830, Aug. 18, a. 70-11-3.
Bard, Lena Ackert w. of Anthony, b. 1759, May 21, d. 1855, Mar. 20.
Barringer, Mary w. of Henry, d. 1851, Nov. 1, a. 74 y.
Bayly, George W. b. 1830, Oct. 18, d. 1836, Apr. 23, a. 5-6-10.
Bayly, James s. of Richard I. & Julia Ann, d. 1849, Oct. 11, a 14 y.
Bayly, Julia I. dau. of Richard I. & Julia Ann, d. 1842, June 13, a. 1-10-11.
Benner, John W. d. 1817, Sep. 27, a. 33-10-21.
Benner, Lydia w. of John V., d. 1843, Feb. 2, a. 97-6-20.
Bensinger, John L. d. 1839, Feb. 28, a. 80-4-26.
Bensinger, Maria w. of John L., d. 1829, Oct. 31, a. 56 y. 7 d.
Bollenbacher, Daniel d. 1856, June 9, a. 72-9-23.
Bollenbacher, Sarah. w. of Daniel, d. 1846, Oct. 14, a. 58-8-14.
Bonesteel, Alida w. of Philip N., b. 1781 Oct. 17, d. 1855, May 21.
Bonesteel, Anna Maria Elseffer w. of John N., d. 1867, Dec. 15, a. 79-3-24.
Bonesteel, Catharine d. 1856, May 20, a. 56-3-9.
Bonesteel, David N. d. 1863, Jan. 13, a. 50-11-23.
Bonesteel, Helen w. of Henry N., d. 1867, Mar. 9, a. 69-5-15.
Bonesteel, Henry N. d. 1865, Jan. 30, a. 72 y. 10 m.
Bonesteel, John N. d. 1828, Apr. 5, a. 42-11-7.
Bonesteel, Margaret w. of Nicholas, b. 1760, Aug. 4, d. 1852, Mar. 31.
Bonesteel, Mary Adaline dau. of Jacob N. & Gertrude, d. 1824, June 10, a. 6 m. 28 d.
Bonesteel, Nicholas b. 1753, Nov. 21, d. 1834, Jan. 10, 1. 80-1-20.
Bonesteel, Peter M. d. 1857, Sep. 27, a. 70-3-6.
Bonesteel, Philip N. b. 1781, Sep. 3, d. 1846, Jan. 20
Bonesteel, Sarah Newcomb w. of David N., d. 1858, Dec. 12, a. 51-09-04.
Bowman, Philip Co. F., 150th N. Y. Infantry. (No dates).
Buckland, Solomon (no dates); Mary Ann Travers, his wife, d. 1888, Apr. 29, a. 68 y.
Cholwell, Anna Maria dau. of James & Anna Maria, b. 1832, Sep. 23, d. 1847, Apr. 4.
Cholwell, Anna Maria w. of James M., b. 1797, Feb. 2, d. 1850, Jan. 3.
Cholwell, Catharine dau. of James M. & Anna Maria, d. 1826, Oct. 1., a. 4 y. 1 d.
Cholwell, Conrad Ring s. of James M. & Anna Maria, d. 1836, Apr. 27, in New York, a. 10 y. 5 d.
Cholwell, James M. b. 1794, Apr. 15, d. 1843. May 27.
Clark, Ann T. Riker w. of A. D., d. 1849 July 9, a. 27 y. (On same stone as Lewis M. Riker).
Climp, Catharine w. of John, d. 1849, July 15, a. 80 y.
Climp, John d, 1835, Oct. 8, a. 15-4-18.
Cole, Elizabeth w. of Jacob I., d. 1832, May 27, a. 47-5-28.
Cookingham, Anna B. w. of Daniel, d. 1849, Sep. 25, a. 82-10-28.
Coopernail, Sophia w. of William, d. 1840, Apr. 8, a. 94 y.
Cotting, Henry s. of Henry & Elizabeth, b. 1798, Feb. 8, d. 1837, Aug. 30, a. 39-6-22.
Cotting, John s. of Henry & Elizabeth, d. 1803, Aug. 26, a. 1-2-6.
Cramer, Angeline w. of Frederick, d. 1835, May 18, in 94th y.
Cramer, Conradt , d. 1846, May 29, a. 69-8-28.
Cramer, Deborah Ann Shop w. of Solomon, d. 1886, Sep. 3, a. 82—1-17.
Cramer, Emma Fraleigh w. of Frederick C., d. 1886, Apr. 3, in 29th y.
Cramer, Frederick d. 1814, Oct. 24, a. 82 y.
Cramer, Frederick d. 1846, June 27, a. 77 y. 9 m.
Cramer, Frederick C. b. 1792, May 14, d. 1880, Mar. 28.
Cramer, Frederick E. d. 1845, Aug. 23, a. 41-4-17.
Cramer, Gitty Eliza dau. of Frederick, Jr., d. 1800, May 22, a. 11 m.
Cramer, Lydia d. 1884, May 5, a. 89-1-20.
Cramer, Mary w. of Frederick, d.1849, July 29, a. 7(0)-5-10.
Cramer, Philip d. 1808, Feb. (--).
Cramer, Solomon d. 1851, Sep. 3, a. 49-6-12.
Cramer, William d. 1872, June 2, a. 90-8-19.
Crapser, Gertrude M. w. of William H., d. 1865, Nov. 27, a. 39.
Crapser, William Henry d. 1871, Apr. 7, a. 42-9-4.
Cuback, Christopher d. 1816, Apr. 26, a. 89-1-24.
Cunningham, Sarah Sipperly w. of Horace, d. 1903, May 29, at Plainfield, N. J. a. 64 y.
Dedrick, Cora dau. of Abram & Mary L., d. 1899, May 4, a. 18 m. 8 d.
Eighmy, Hannah w. of George L., d. 1844, Oct. 10, a. 78-1-20.
Elseffer, Anna Maria w. of George, d. 1820, Sep. 22, a. 59-8-14.
Elseffer, Catharine dau. of David & Elizabeth, d. 1809, July 11, a. 1m. 15 d.
Elseffer, David d. 1835, Apr. 9, a. 68-3-29.
Elseffer, Elizabeth wid. of David, d. 1850, Apr. 21, a. 82-2-10.
Elseffer, Elizabeth d. 1882, May 27, a. 89-2-17.
Elseffer, Frederic s. of David & Elizabeth, d. 1803, Feb. 8, a. 2-5-11.
Elseffer, Frederick William s. of David & Elizabeth, d. 1831, Apr. 25, a. 18-10-2.
Elseffer, George d. 1830, May 27, a. 68-11-3.
Elseffer, Grace d. 1896, Feb. 13, a. 90 y. 17 d.
Elseffer, Lodowick d. 1809, Jan 15, a. 74-6-19.
Elseffer, Lodowick D. s. of David & Elizabeth, d. 1802, Nov. 9, a. 7-3-15.
Elseffer, Susanna Reickert wid. of Lodowick, (No dates on stone).
Erkenbergh, Philip d. 1798, Aug. 29, a. 39 y. 3 d.
Evans, Jacob d. 1816, Mar. 16, a. 80 y.
Felker, Hannah Margaret dau. of Philip & Margaret, d. 1846, July 23, a. 29-7-15.
Feller, Anna w. of John I., d., 1845, Sep. 17, a. 88-5-22.
Feller, Anna Margaret d. 1819, Jan. 9, a. 16-2-12.
Feller, David d. 1834, Dec. 13, a. 72-7-6.
Feller, Dorothy Coons w. of Philip, d. 1856, Sep. 28, a. 75-11-1.
Feller, Elizabeth w. of David, d. 1820, Feb. 3, a. 45.
Feller, Johannes d. 1791, Sep. 28, a. 72 y. 6 (m.).
Feller, John d. 1833, Jan. 25, a. 82 y. 1 d.
Feller, John I. d. 1824, July 31, a. 65-9-1.
Feller, Peter d. 1808, Dec. 15, a. 51-4-15.
Feller, Sally w. of John, d. 1830, Feb. 6, a. 61-10-5.
Feller, Zachariah s. of David & Elizabeth, d. 1821, June 13, a. 1-6-15.
Feller, Zachariah d. 1825, Apr. 18, a. 58-4-22.
Forow, Matilda Emegene dau. of Henry & Leah, d. 1828, Oct. 8, a. 1 y. 10 m.
Fraleigh, Christina w. of Solomon, d. 1843, May 25, a. 71 y. 2 m.
Fraleigh, Solomon d. 1858, Dec. 10, a. 89-11-22.
Fryhover, Anna w. of John C., d. 1844, June 3, a. 36-6-5.
Green, Catharine w. of Boen, d. 1856, Apr. 12, in 67th y.
Hangadorn, Jacob d. 1784, July 23, in 53rd y.
Harc, Andrew s. of Reuben & Loueza R., drowned 1840, Feb. 13, a. 9-2-28.
Higgins, Emma Jane dau. of Samuel & Jane E., d. 1846, Mar. 7, a. 6 m. 28 d.
Hisley, Catharine w. of Christopher, d. 1846, Mar 28, a. 77-11-5.
Hoffman, Ranseller T. s. of David & Maria, d. 1846, May 27, a. 6 y. 9 m.
Jackson, Margaret Martin w. of William, d. 1828, Oct. 6, a. 24-4-2.
Kip, Catharine w. of Jeremiah, d. 1825, Oct. 23, a. 53 y.
Kip, Frederick s. of William E. & Fanny, d. 1835, Jan. 16, a. 1-5-3.
Kip, Jeremiah d. 1848, July 17, a. 39-6-6.
Kip, Martin d. 1825, Sep. 19, a. 55 y.
Kipp, Ena w. of Henry, & dau. of David S. Cole, d. 1826, Oct. 17, a. 20-1-10.
Lambert, Elizabeth w. of John, d. 1843, Apr. 7, a. 64 y.
Lambert, John d. 1852, July 6, a. 80 y.
Lasher, Conradt d. 1794, Sep. 2, a. 17 y.
Lasher, Conrad d. 1799, Mar. (--), a. 10 m.
Lo(l)illard, Blasé d. 1834, Mar. 11, a. 25 y. 10 m.
Loun, Andrea d. 1781, May 21, a. 28. "Hir Leyt Andrea Loun Gestrov May 21, 1781, aged 28 yahren."

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