Barent Lewis Farm Burying Ground

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On the old Barent Lewis farm, now Peter VanBuren, 300 feet east of the D and H railroad bridge, twenty stones are enclosed by a stone wall fence.

Transcription of stones

  • Barent Lewis, died 1848 aged 73 years
  • Caroline Waggoner, wife, died 1867 aged 81 years
  • Ann Westfall, wife of Peter J. Westfall, died 1841 aged 42 years
  • John J. Kipp, died 1842 aged 78 years
  • Ann Lewis, wife, died 1846 aged 75 years
  • Igness Kipp, died 1826 aged 29 years
  • A.W.
  • A.K.
  • John Lewis
Transcriptions of Grave Stones in the Old Barent Lewis Farm Cemetery by Judge William A. Brinkman

From the records of early burial places on the farms in the town of Guilderland, N.Y. and surrounding towns compiled by WILLIAM A. BRINKMAN, HISTORIAN, Town of Guilderland, Altamont NY RD1, 1940.

Transcriptions from 1994 - Source Unknown

27. On the old Barent Lewis Farm, now Peter VanBuren, 300 feet east of the D & H Railroad bridge, twenty stones are enclosed by a stone wall fence. (Across from Dexter's--Bozenkill Road)

Barent Lewis, died 1848, aged 73 years

Caroline Waggoner, wife, died 1867, aged 81 years

Ann Westfall, wife of Peter J. Westfall, died 1841, aged 42 years

John J. Kipp, died 1842, aged 78 years

Ann Lewis; wife, died 1846, aged 75 years

Igness Kipp, died 1826, aged 29 years

John Lewis

One stone marked A. W.

One stone marked A.L.

1994 - Barent Lewis Farm Burying Ground