What's New | Photos | Histories | Sources | Reports | Cemeteries | Headstones | Statistics | Surnames
                    Brookhaven - South Haven BLOG
Note: Living people and people who may still be living have been "privatized." Only their name appears here.


 Headstones


HomeHome    SearchSearch    PrintPrint    Add BookmarkAdd Bookmark

Start Slide Show   

» Show All     «Prev 1 2 3 Next»

#095.Tooker - Ebenezer J. Tooker

.. his memorial monument. He was lost at sea aboard The Prowess from New York to Burmuda.

Loading...

Status: Located

Owner/Sourcehttp://longislandgenealogy.com/CedarHill/CedarHill/CedarHillPhotos.html
Date15 Oct 2002
File nameTookerEbenezerJ.jpg
File Size963.22k
ID594
Dimensions650 x 847
Linked toEbenezer J. Tooker, <

#B095 Cedar Hill Cemetery, Port Jefferson, Suffolk County, Brookhaven Town, NY, USA

Notes:

 From the Town of Brookhaven Historian cemetery inventory description:

"Cedar Hill Cemetery", entered by a narrow lane leading north from the Sheep Pasture Road, about 1 mile northwest from Port Jefferson railroad station, at Comsewogue or Echo. This cemetery, comprising 17 acres, is controlled by the Cedar Hill Cemetery Association, formed 30 Apr. 1859, at which time 13 acres were purchased by Hubbard Gildersleeve. The officers were: R.H. Wilson, president; J.B. Randall, secretary; Abraham Brown, treasurer, and Hamilton Tooker, Daniel Hulse and Cyrus E. Griffing, trustees. The first burial was that of Mary B. Hulse, wife of Charles L. Hulse, who died 27 March 1859. It is therefore evident that any stones in this cemetery bearing death dates prior to this date have been moved in from other graveyards.

Interment records and a collection of headstone photographs are available at LongIslandGenealogy.com.


» Show All     «Prev 1 2 3 Next»




The Hamlet People Database is maintained by John Deitz. Copyright 2011.
This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding, Copyright © 2001-2011, created by Darrin Lythgoe, Sandy, Utah. All rights reserved.