Dutchess County, NY LHN
Cemetery Records

Churchill Ground

 

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CHURCHILL GROUND

CLASSIFICATION: Family ground.
LOCATION: On the Phillips farm, about four miles south of New Hackensack, on a back road, southwest of Underhill’s hill.
CONDITION: In a field, far from the road, a ruined wall surrounding an enclosure which could not be in worse condition.
INSCRIPTIONS: four in number. Copied September 24, 1916, by J. W. Poucher, M. D.
REMARKS: Known as the Churchill ground. Originally, there were probably more stones.

Churchill, Edward d. 1757, Apr. 16, a. about LXVII.
Churchill, Joseph d. 1790, Feb. 5, a. 57-2-14.
Churchill, Rachel Montross w. of Joseph, d. 1812, Apr. 7, a. 59-7-8.
Churchill, Winch (----), b. 1845, Nov. 28, d. 1753, July 16.

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