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Quaker Burying Ground (a.k.a. "The Valley")
||Still shown on the 1975 Town tax map as a cemetery. Old cemetery for the Quakers. The last marked burial was in 1862. Many Quakers used unmarked field stones as markers. One grave stone marked “H.D.” was identified by County Historian Richard Muscarella as Hannah Durga - d. 29 Jul. 1842. Three Haviland stones were moved to Connecticut, according to Mrs. Daniel Gerow.
||Top of Brimstone Hill on south side of the hill, directly across the road from the site of the old Valley Quaker Meeting House.
|How To Access:
||Along the road.
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|Owner of Record:
||Town of Patterson
|Size & Use:
||Eleven known graves recorded by the D.A.R. (1896-97) but stones have been removed. Many field stone markers.
||1809 - Was Jessie Lane – d. 19 Dec. 1809
Click on a name below for photo of headstone and location in cemetary.