Tripp and Spencer Burial Grounds, Dutchess, NY

Transcribed by Holice B. Young

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TRIPP GROUND

CLASSIFICATION: Family Ground.
LOCATION:  Near Clinton Corners, on the former Cheesman farm, now the property of J. Griswold Webb.
CONDITION:  Overgrown and deserted.
INSCRIPTIONS: 13 in number. Copied in July, 1914 by J. W. Poucher, M. D., Mrs. Louis Hasbrouck, and Miss Mary Elizabeth Cooley.
REMARKS: Known as the Tripp ground.

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Carle, Joseph d. 1848, Sep. 7, in 76th y
Owen, John d. 1816, Mar. 9, a. (3 or 8) 6 y
Owen, Rebecca, dau. of John & Mary d. 1816, Mar 31, a (1 or 4) y. 3 m
Smith, Margaret Tripp, w. of Robert R. d. 1872, Nov. 4, a. 52-9-9
Tripp, Margaret. W. of Smiten d. 1860, May 11, a. 76-9-11
Tripp, Margaret B., dau. of Joseph & Margaret B. d. 1848, Jan. 12, a. 9-6-15
Tripp, Priscilla, dau. of Jacob & Margaret B d. 1845, Oct. 30, a. 9-2-28
Tripp, Sarah M., dau. of Jacob W. & Margaret B. d. 1844, Oct. 31, a. 1-8-19
Tripp, Smiten d. 1848, Dec. 2, a. 74-8-29
Wicks, Hannah d. 1864, Apr. 21, a. 70 y. 6 m
Wickes, Jacob d. 1807, Sep. 25, in 53rd y
Wickes, Nancy d. 1841, Dec. 7, in 81st y
Wickes, Temperance d. 1835, Oct. 30, in 41st y

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SPENCER GROUND

CLASSIFICATION: Family ground.
LOCATION:  On the fram of George W. Rymph, a mile and a half southeast of Pleasant Plains Church.
INSCRIPTIONS: 2 in number.  Copied July 5, 1913, by George S. VanVliet.
REMARKS: Spencer family ground

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Spencer, Capt. Reuben d. 1806, Apr. 14, a. 66-8-1
Spencer, Elizabeth, wid. Of Capt. Reuben d. 1807, Jan. 30, a. 60-9-22

 

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