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|Lisa||RE: Resolved Waldron|
Thank you. According to both Find A Grave for the Dutch cemetery and the NY Genealogical record, all the interments in the Dutch cemetery were transferred to Woodlawn in the Bronx in 1875.
From the sites: All the interments for the Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery of Harlem, New York were moved to Woodlawn Cemetery, 501 East 233rd Street, Bronx County, Bronx, NY. The move was done in 1875. Please see the New York Historical Society for more information.
Disinterments from the Vaults and Churchyard of the Dutch Reformed Church of Harlem, 1869-1875
Prompted by New York City's northward growth, the Consistory of the Dutch Reformed Church of Harlem purchased a plot in Woodlawn Cemetery in 1869. The remains interred in its old cemetery in First Avenue between 124th and 125th Streets, and also those in the churchyard on Third Avenue and 121st Street, were removed to the plot in Woodlawn; the transfer was completed in 1875. A manuscript file containing documentation relevant to this process has been digitized and made available in the elibrary of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record.
Added by Lisa on Oct 05, 2012 7:45 PM
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