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Transcribed and submitted by Lynn Tooley
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The small abandoned cemetery on Beatty Farm is located about two miles south of Broadalbin, on the north side of a cross road leading from the Midline Road to Honeywell's Corners,and just west of Ridge Road.
------, ------, d. Oct. 18, 1804, in 90th yr. (Top of stone has been broken off and cannot be found.)
ALLEN, Delight, dau of James and Delight Allen, d. July 2, 1815, in 21st yr. "Member of Six Principle Baptist Church."
CHURCHILL, Giles W., son of Amos and Olive Churchill, d. Feb. 5, 1807, age 4 yrs 2 days
GROESBECK, Sylvia, wife of John Groesbeck, d. Jan. 27, 1850, in 80th yr
JOSLIN, Henry Revolutionary Soldier D.A.R. Marker on grave. d. Mar. 14, 1813, in 65th yr. "Elder of Six Principle Baptist Church of Jesus Christ, of the ancient order in Amsterdam."
KENYON, Deacon John, d. Nov. 25, 1831, age 79 "Member of Six Principle Baptist Church"
KENYON, Elizabeth, dau of Deacon John and Patience Kenyon and wife of Ichabod Potter (See records of Broadalbin Cemetery.)
KENYON, Infant son of Wanton and Susannah Kenyon, d. Dec. 17, 1838
KENYON, Patience, wife of John Kenyon, d. Feb. 16, 1831, age 73 yrs 11 mos 19 days "Member of Six Principle or General Baptist Church."
SHAW, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. David Shaw, b. Mar. 3, 1856, d. Sept. 25, 1858
SHAW, James, d. Aug. 30, 1855, in his 60th yr.
Source: Cemeteries of Fulton Co., NY Vol. I
Copied, 1930, by Mrs. Caroline R. Fenton, Broadalbin, N.Y.,
Historian, General Richard Montgomery Chapter, D.A.R.
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