|Friends of Abandoned Cemeteries Inc. S. I. |
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Staten Island, NY 10310
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|Pearse O'Callaghan, Founder (1921-1995)|
Fountain Cemetery, West Brighton; Lake Cemetery, Graniteville; Seamen's Retreat, Clifton; Staten Island Cemetery, West Brighton; Trinity Chapel Yard, West Brighton
Contracted to Friends of Abandoned Cemeteries by the New York Department of State. Funded through the Legislative Initiative of Assemblywoman Elizabeth Connelly.
FACSI is pleased to present this database to assist researchers in determining the burial places of Staten Island ancestors. While every care has been taken to produce an accurate transcription of the various burial records and references available, errors undoubtedly will occur. As with any secondary source, researchers are advised to confirm data shown here by comparison to the original source wherever possible. FACSI would welcome receipt of documented corrections to any erroneous data herein. Special thanks goes to Janet Britton for giving our archival database a forum and for lending technical advice and assistance in bringing this project to the electronic community.
Copyright The material herein is © copyright 1999 by Friends of Abandoned Cemeteries of Staten Island, with permission granted to Janet Britton to post the information on this site. Material herein is presented for research purposes only and may not be copied absent written permission from FACSI.
|CL = Transcribed List of Burials||CR = Cemetery Records||CWL = Charles W. Leng|
|FACSI = Friends of Abandoned Cemeteries Records||FN = Fountain Cemetery||LK = Lake Cemetery|
|LIST = (same as CL)||MH = Mariners Harbor||NB = New Brighton|
|OT = Old Town Deaths, NYC Municipal Archives||PR = Port Richmond||RWV = Vosbergh|
|SI = Staten Island Cemetery||SRG = Seamen's Retreat Ground||SRH = Seamen's Retreat Hospital|
|SRR = Seamen's Retreat Records||TC = Trinity Chapel (later Church of the Ascension)||WB = West Brighton|
|WNB = West New Brighton (Same as West Brighton)||WTD = William T. Davis|
I could have made it queryable only; but in the case of cemetery records, it can be important to 1) know who might be buried nearby, or 2) be able to find a person even if the spelling is slaughtered. Please have patience when waiting for this very valuable data. - janet
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