Rt. 417 Killbuck, NY
Town of Great Valley

Alan Robison ( & Rose McClune have researched information on this cemetery and sent it to us.
We thank them for all the added information they made

AGHENBACH, Catherine  Martin 1-1827 1905 
AGHENBACH, Frederick   8-24-1878 27y 5m 16d 
AGHENBACH, Jacob   1866 1909 
AGHENBACH, Martin Catherine 1825 1898  mustered into Co. A 187th Infantry  9-28-1864 at Ashford NY  mustered out 7-1-1865 at Arlington Heights Va born Germany
ALDRICH, Addie Fred N.      dau of Daniel & Catherin Frank
ALDRICH, Fred N.   12-23-1885  28y 3m 17d 
ALDRICH, Fredrick   8-24-1878 27y 5m 16d “Remember brothers as you  pass by As you are now so once was I As I am now so you shall be Prepare for death and follow me”
BAKER, Jenette   4-19-1876  dau of William & Polly Baker
BAKER, William Col.   2-25-1889 3/6/1900 unknown what war he was in built a house 7 kept an inn on East side of Great Valley Creek
BEATTY, Fredereka K.   1872 1947 
BENTHEN, Mary   5-12-1874 1m dau of F. & E.
BLOOD, Samuel F.   11-26-1877 59y 4m 22d Civil War Mustered into Co. F 64th Infantry NYS Vols as a private
BLOODGOOD, Sarah Hiram  10-13-1872 65y 6m 21d 
BLOODGOOD, V. Wayne    2-16-1880 40y 3m 6d   Civil War Mustered into Co. H 64th Infantry NYS Vols as a private
BOTTUM, Eugene   1-31-1873 1y 2m 11d son of Jacob & M  *NOTE
BUTTERFUSS, Calie   5-15-1875 8m son of Jacob & E. Jocob owned a store in Salamanca NY around 1875 that sold supplies for horses
CAPRON, George W. Mira  1873 26 not sure if this is right
CAPRON, Mira George W.  6-12-1873 28 Gone but not forgotten"
CARRIER, Betsey Timothy  8-23-1861 72 
CHAMBERLAIN, Andrew J. Ann E. 12-16-1828 3-26-1881 
CHAMBERLAIN, Ann E. Andrew J. 2-21-1829 12-21-1886 
CHRISTIAN, Jesse   8-29-1885 65 Civil War Vet Co. M 15 th Regt. NYS Vols Heavy Artillery
CONE, William   1822 3-10-1880 59  b. Penna 154th Reg't Co. I NYS Vols. wounded May 2 1863 at Chancellorsville Va.
CORNELL, Lottie L.   4-1-1875 1y 2m 16d grand daughter of E.F. & M.G. Payne "Gone but not forgotten"
DAVIDSON, Cynthia James  4-20-1851 32 
DAVIDSON, Cynthia James  11-1851 32y 11m 17d
DAVIS, Abraham   3-14-1862 25 Civil War Co. C 105th Infantry NST Vols died in Hospital at Leroy NY of measles
DAVIS, Almira  John H  1873 32 25d 
DIDCOCK, Henry D. Mary M. 1828 1913  Civil War Co. I 187th rank of corporal NOTE:
DIDCOCK, Mary M. Henry D. 1823 1899 
ESTAY, Zoa May  ?-29-1871 ?  dau of Nelson & Emily
EVANS, Joseph C.     Unable to read stone 
EVANS, Ralph C.   1830 1-26-1865 35y 11m 20d Civil War enlisted at Dunkirk NY 9-24-1864 Co. I 187th infantry NYS Vols. died of typhoid fever at home while on leave
FARNUM, Josephine     no other information on stone
FRANK, Catherine  Daniel   10-31-1888 69y 4m 
FRANK, Daniel Catherine  12-31-1867 52y 7m 12d 
FRANK, Mary E.   2-21-1868  22y 1m 16d Dau. of Daniel & Catherine Frank 
FRANK, Sophrona Joseph  7-6- 1881 42y 2m 8d NOTE:
GREEN, Burke E.   1862 1914 
GREEN, John Lucy G. 3-31-1799 9-1-1- 1874 75 m. Sept 4 1828 son of James NOTE:
GREEN, Lucy G. Howe John 8-16-1807 aft 1875  dau of daughter of Nathan and Mary Howe 
GRIFFIN, Horace   3-26-1883  17y 10m 15d  Son of A. & R. Griffin 
HARRISON, Mary O. C.H.  9-4-1871 21y 8m 5d 
HORTE, Hiram Jr.   7-8-1861 3y 1m 4d Son of Hiram & Caroline Horte 
HOWE, Mary W. Nathan 11-11-1772 10-16-1868 
HOWE, Nathan Mary W. 2-1-1773 5-6- 1845  72y 3m 5d Capt. in War of 1812 71st Regt NY Infantry
HYATTE, Charles    5-251882 39y   Private in Pennsylvania Bucktails Regt
JONES, Joseph Orpha    Unable to read stone 
JONES, Mary   Harrison  1871 21y 8m 5d 
JONES, Orpha  Joseph  4-22-1859 64 Wife 
KANE, Eva Eliza  Peter 1823 1898 
KANE, Jalina   1850 1869 
KANE, Margaret A.  1846 1852 
KANE, Otis H.   1856 1901 
KANE, Peter Eve Eliza 1821 1872 
KELSEY, Darwin E.  1807 1871  father" earley settler to the Town of Great Valley
KELSEY, Deborah  1809 1895  mother"
KUEHL, Alexander Fredrick Jr.   2-21-1872 7y 11m 29d son of Alexander Fredrick Sr. & C.C. Kuehl NOTE:
KUEHL, Franz Julius   10-6-1882 6y 9m 23d son of Alexander Fredrick Sr. & C.C. Kuehl
KUEHL, Sue Charlutta   10-12-1882 12y 8m 20d dau of Alexander Fredrick Sr. & C.C. Kuehl
LESLIE, Hannah  10-26-1834 11-1-1856 
MARK, Michael   ? 11y 2m 
MARSH, Angie   9-22-1881 11y 8m 16d  dau of W. & E. "I sleep in Jesus"
MAYBEE, Polly James  7-12-1852 
MEDLEY, John   12-2-1871 73 
MELHUISH, Louis B   11-13-1871 1y 5d Child of J.H. & J.U. Melhuish NOTE:
MELHUISH, Mary A.   11-8-1871 6y 8m 21d Child of J.H. & J.U. Melhuish
METCALFE, Percey     8-25-1872 10y 15d son of F.C. & L Metcalfe Frank Metcalfe owned a general merchant store in Kill Buck around 1875
NELSON, Athalinda John  2-2-1865 24y 1m 
NELSON, Della E.   2-18-1862 3y 3m 26d 
NELSON, Ella D.   10-9-1865 2y 6m 
NELSON, John Athalinda    unknown where he is buried Civil War Captain Co. H 154th Regt. NYS Vols 
NELSON, Theodore   5-11-1845 1y 12d 
PATTERSON, Charlotte Robert    dau of Nathan and Mary Howe 
PATTERSON, Charlotte    5y child of Otis & Magdalane Mayer Patterson no stone
PATTERSON, Daniel    7y child of Otis & Magdalane Mayer Patterson no stone
PATTERSON, John H.   2-6-1865 16y 9m 13d son of Robert & Charlotte Howe Patterson 
PATTERSON, Robert Charlotte  12-3-1800 10-26-1881  son of David G. & Sarah Thompson Patterson NOTE:
PAYNE, Caynell T  5-3-1891 7-1-1892  Child of R. & D. Payne
PAYNE, Clarence E.  10-3-1882 7-4-1892  Child of R. & D. Payne
PEMBERTON, Ardon Clarrisa 1800 1862 62y no stone-taken from Pemberton Genealogy
PEMBERTON, Clarrissa Currin Ardon 1811 1878 67 no stone-taken from Pemberton Genealogy
PEMBERTON, Francis R.   10-21-1837 2y 6m son of Ardon & Clarrissa Currin Pemberton
PEMBERTON, Mary Molly Thomas 8-8-1760 5-30-1838 78y Kellogg maiden name
PLATNER, Cibbie B.   12-10-1874 4y 6m 7d son of T.E. & M.L.
PLATNER, Gilbert   1821 41 
POWERS, Adeline     Unable to read stone 
POWERS, William     Unable to read stone 
ROZELL, Rebecca S. Eliphalet  6-9-1881 41 Eliphalet was postmast at Kill Buck post office from 8-26-1857 to 8-17-1861
SMITH, Absalom  7-20-1815 4-11- 1892 
SMITH, Amarilla Robert  11-3-1885 72y 9m 13d 
SMITH, Bartlett   4-13-1883 40 Civil War Co. H 37th Regt NYS Vols Commander of G.A.R. post no. 239
SMITH, Charles L. Reka 4-12-1856 6-16-1891  Civil War 187th infanty NYS Vols enlisted 9-30-1864
SMITH, Della E.   2-18-1862 3y 3m 26d child of Absalom & Lucy Smith
SMITH, Ella D.   10-9-1865 2y 6m child of Absalom & Lucy Smith
SMITH, Johanna J.W. Smith  9-11-1881 39y 1m 8d 
SMITH, Reka Charles 
SMITH, Robert Amarilla  8-27- 1880  74y 6m 1d 
SMITH, Thomas J.  5-19-1840 12-31- 1867  27y 7m 12d   Civil War 64th Regt NYS Vols son of Robert & Amarrilla Smith
STEARNA, Jesse   8-31-1869 9-21-1869    son of B.S. & Elvira Stearns "budded on earth to bloom in heaven"
STEARNA, Myra  2-25-1859 2-27-1862  child of B.S. & Elvira Stearns "budded on earth to bloom in heaven"
STEVENSON, Joseph C.  2-18-1881 2-18-1881 42y 8m 23d Civil War Co. I 51 Regt NYS Vols 
UNKNOWN A.N.     small footstone by Athalinda Nelson
UNKNOWN, F.N.A.     small stone with inly these initials
UNKNOWN, F.S.     stone next to Sophrona Frank
UNKNOWN, H.G.     foot stone by Horace Griffin
UNKNOWN, L.M.E.     small stone by Didcock could be a child
UNKNOWN, S.B.     small stone with these initials could have been a child
UNKNOWN, S.F.B.     small stone near Calie Butterfuss could have been brother or sister
UNKNOWN, Vivian     small stone with only "our little Vivian"
WHITNEY, Leon   5-17-1851  son of L. & J.
WHITNEY, Lucy J.  6-9-? ? 6y 1m dau of L. & J.
WOODWORTH, Clarinda Smith Thomas   8-11-1879 47y 5m   don't know if Thomas is buried here
WOODWORTH, Thomas Clarinda Smith    Civil War Co. C 13th Regt. Heavy Artillery died in Hospital at Portsmouth Va.
WOOSTER, Elizabeth E. Jeremy   5-30-1866  80y 9m 23d 
WOOSTER, Jeremy  Elizabeth E.    unable to read broken stone brother of Lewis
WOOSTER, Lewis B.   1-13-1881 71 kept first store located in Kill Buck around 1815 brother of Jeremy
YOUNG, Ernstiene   geb.den 4-18-1806 gest den 1-21-1885  German Language
YOUNG, Nicholas  geb.den 10-5-1806 gest den 3-19-1880  German Language NOTE:

NOTE: Jacob Bottum was present at the meeting when Great Valley Cemetery Ass. was formed He was a Civel War Vet 9th Calvary 9-17-1964

Henry D Didcock was appointed Secretary of the Great Valley Cemetery Ass. was formed on Sept 2 1871-A school was kept in a small plank house
that was located near the Henry D Didcock residence (county Rd 49) around the year 1819. Daniel Chandler taught at the school who afterwards became
a somewhat prominent citizen of Hinsdale. Only a few chilren attented the school and it was closed after a couple of years.

Joseph Frank was present at the meeting when Great Valley Cemetery Ass. was formed in 1871 Joseph owned & operated a livery 7 boarding stable
for horses He also owned a meat market both businesses were located at Great Valley Station which is now Kill Buck- no stone here for Frank

John Green was present at the meeting when Great Valley Cemetery Ass. was formed in 1871was also postmaster of at Great Valley Station which
is now Kill Buck from March 7 1843 to July 8 1850. He was a magistrate for four years and commissioner of highways for several years

 Alexander Fredrick Sr. Kuehl was appointed to the board of the Great Valley Cemetery Ass. for a one year term when it was formed in 1871

Melhuish, J.H. owned and operated the Railroad House Hotel located north of the Erie Railroad Station located at Great Valley Center now called
Kill Buck. Mr. Melhuish also operated a general store in 1875 at Great Valley Center

Patterson, Robert was present at the meeting when Great Valley Cemetery Ass. was formed in 1871                                                                .

Young, Nicholas was present at the meeting when Great Valley Cemetery Ass. was formed in 1871

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