New York USA
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This cemetery comprises about 1/5 of an acre, mostly meadow with a small wooded area. A rock cropping just below the surface renders a large area of the cemetery unusable. With the exception of the wooded area which appears to have offered some protection, the remainder of the cemetery is in poor shape. The majority of the headstones are flat and covered with several inches of soil. The headstones and monuments that are best preserved are in the wooded area.
This cemetery is sometimes referred to as the Cash Cemetery in older documents--probably because of the physical grandeur of the Merit Cash memorial as well as his prominence in life. It also appears as Four Corners in Ruttenber & Clark.
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