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Graves of Revolutionary War Soldiers
Buried in Chenango County, New York

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Graves of Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in Chenango County, New York whose graves have been officially reported, located or marked, by the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Revolutionary SoldierBornDiedBuriedRevolutionary ServiceWife
Bennett, Caleb-3/22/1830Cemetery at Bennettsville, Bainbridge, NYVermont Troops in Battle of Saratoga. Widow Elizabeth, pensioned, certificate # 11, 105.Elizabeth
Eddy, Olney11/16/17502/4/1835South Plymouth Cemetery--
Medbury, Isaac-12/11/1797Family Cemetery, New Berlin, NYGrave marked with D.A.R. Marker. Lydia died July 8, 1821 in 96th year.
Raymond, Newcomb-1/26/1852West Hill Cemetery, Sherburne, NY"A soldier of the Revolution"Mable died Feb. 1826 age 58 yrs.
Secor, John-9/27/1846Village of White Store, NY"A soldier of the Revolution"Mary died April 18, 1846, buried beside him.
Simmons, James--West Hill Cemetery, Sherburne, NY4 Ct. Line Rev. War. Small marble marked, no dates.-
Smith, Col. Willaim-6/19/1816West Hill Cemetery, Sherburne, NY"Here lies the mortal remains of Col. Wm. Smith who died at Lebanon, June 19, 1816 aged 59 years. In the War of Independence he fought twenty two battles, served as aid to General Washington who always held him in affectionate esteem. His wife Abigail Adams: In memory of Abigail Adams, wife of Col. William Smith and only daughter of John Adams the Second President of the United States. "Abigail Adams

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