Swallow Bridge

Swallow Bridge

Four Private Cemeteries in Township of Sullivan

Somehow the title and the data seem disjoint. Maybe the girls had too much cider (:=> or I am missing something in the descriptions. But they are part of someone's family.

1- On the Will Perkins Farm on the turnpike east of Sullivan The parents of Edward Crawford buried more than seventy five years ago.There are a few more graves (unknown) there.

2- On the Lehman Robinson farm on Pease Avenue.Take any one of three roads leading south on the turnpike east of Sullivan four corners then turn east for a short distance.
Five Goodells were buried there more than one hundred years ago including the grandparents of J. Wesley Goodell late of Canastota. No stones left.

3- On the C.P.Wager farm east of Sullivan four corners on the Seneca Turnpike a Mr. and Mrs. Clark were buried there around a century ago. They were former owners of the farm.

4- On the Larkin estate at Lakeport on the lake shore road No.31 were buried 2 - Mrs. Tuppers and a Mr. Edward Nye.
The stones have long since been removed and given names forgotten.

Collected by Mrs. Alice Naatz and compiled by
Evalena M. Hubbard Skenandoah Chapter of D.A.R. Oneida N.Y.

Scanned and edited by the late Douglas J. Ingalls
8 November 1997
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