Schoharie County NYGenWeb Site
Catalogued and submitted by Elsie Saar
With additional submissions by James Jimenez
latitude 42° 41' 9" N; longitude 74° 29' 20" W
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Listings on this page are not necessarily complete and may not represent all of the stones in this cemetery. Please send additional submissions and corrections to Doug Boyer
Mr. William McGovern, Secretary/Treasurer of Cobleskill Rural
Cemetery, giving a demonstration on how to dowse for graves. Photo by Elsie Saar
Driving Directions: From I-88 take Rt. 7 into Cobleskill. At the light on Main Street, make a right. Go through a second stoplight and continue on up the hill. You are on North Grand Street. At the top of the hill is a right hand turn (Quarry Street). Take that street and continue around a couple of bends in the road, up a hill and immediately take a left into the cemetery. Alice Puffer
note: Camera icon ( ) links to a page with a picture of that person's gravestone.
BORST Lieut. Peter E. 1837 1914 Carmilla L. Lansing, his wife 1848 1924 Lansing W. 1871 1877 Guy E. 1875 1877 DEARSTINE George B. 1853 1943 Huldah E. Myers, his wife 1864 1937 Helen, their daughter 1895 1896 GORDON Julius C. 1879 1959 Jennie Letts, his wife 1879 1956 Chester A. 1916 1987 Marian C. 1921 1923 HUTTON William 1888 1976 Caroline A. 1889 1909 Franklin S. 1871 1921 LETTS Catherine (no marker found) d. Dec. 30, 1923 Ae 83 yrs. Chester 1837 1918 Melissa A. Adams, his wife 1848 1937 Angie (Angelique) 1884 1952 Charles A. 1883 1918 Marion L. O'Connell, his wife 1883 1922 Fayette A. 1886 1954 Jessie Shafer, his wife 1886 1979 Charlotte Letts Nothdurft 1912 Harry A. 1877 1947 Grace Headly, his wife 1880 1963 Harry L. 1911 1917 Lorenzo D. 1843 1922 Mary K. Borst, his wife 1848 1924 Edna B. 1875 1876 Melvin 1845 1892 Amanda M. 1842 Raymond Swart Letts 1882 1897 Sanford (no marker found) d. Sept. 10, 1941 78 yrs. 11 mos. 15 d J.VanAlstyne (no marker found) d. Nov. 4, 1902 Ae 35 yrs. 2 mos. 9 Mildred, daugh. (no marker fd.) Jan 2, 1900 Ae 8 yrs. William M. (Martin) 1881 1956 DeEtte Lawyer, his wife 1879 1951 MYERS Peter W. May 5, 1839 Mar. 18. 1907 Lucy Rossman, his wife Mar. 14, 1844 Aug. 10, 1919 SMITH Charles Henry 1864 1951 Evelena Goodrich 1871 1958 Clarence H., son of Charles & Lena Mar. 25, 1896 Dec. 27, 1899 Guy H. 1879 1926 Genella Dearstine, his wife 1882 1947 Jesse Harold Dec. 19, 1891 Dec. 2, 1984 Jesse W. Oct. 4, 1799 Apr. 6, 1896 Olive Pettit, his wife Aug. 15, 1804 Oct. 31, 1868 Jessie W. 1877 1946 Harriet B. Lamont, wife of Jessie 1882 1923 Thomas S. Dec 12, 1852 Mar. 31, 1922 S. Jennie Venner, his wife June 26, 1856 Jan. 28, 1914 Earl C., son Nov. 30, 1891 Mar. 21. 1893 Marion, daughter Oct. 24, 1894 Mar. 5, 1899 Florence 1899 1943 Roland V. Oct. 9, 1886 Jul. 22, 1952 SWART Martin 1804 1884 Nancy 1800 1872 Maria M. 1825 1885 Catharine A. 1829 1892 Cornelia 1837 1891 Martin, Jr. 1847 1865 Peter 1834 1889 Elizabeth 1829 1916
Christian S. Bouck, Died March 11 1910, 89 years-2 mo.-3 days interred department "k" lot #756 on the southern half. Christian is my gr-gr grandfather lived in Cobleskill and was a wagon maker. James Jimenez
I met with William McGovern of The Cobleskill Rural last May because the Bouck plots had no stones on them and he was very helpful in Finding Christian Bouck's grave and now his wife's and daughter's and her husband, so here they are. Catherine King Bouck sec. K lot 755 David Drummon sec. K lot 754 and his wife Kate Bouck Drummon. The only grave with a stone is Kate's. I found Mr McGovern a man of a lot of concern for the job he does on the cemetery. James Jimenez
Certificate of interment for my great
grandmother, Lillian Loraine Rifenburgh-Morey.
Certificate of interment for Jason Walter Morey. G. Todd Schulz
Nicholas Warner and Maria Shaeffer Warner
Hello - I am writing to let you know that I found the gravestone of one
Schoharie County's noted historic figures from the revolutionary war period -
Nicholas Warner (10/13/1746 to 7/27/1838). Nicholas is the son
of George Warner, Sr., (10/13/1746 - 7/27/1838) who is also
noted in Schoharie County history and whose gravestone and cemetery in
Warnerville was restored in 2010 by the Boy Scouts troop 56 of NY.
Nicholas Warner is commemorated with the battle of Cobleskill on the state history marker on Highway 7 in Warnerville of which I've attached a picture. His involvement is documented in the "Schoharie County NY Revolutionary War Soldiers" and "History of Schoharie County".
Nicholas Warner is my 5th great grandfather. We visited Schoharie county on November 6-7, 2013 to research our Warner ancestry. Attached is a short story of our visit including finding Nicholas Warner's gravestone.
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