Person:Rebecca Van Schaack (1)

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Name Rebecca VAN SCHAACK
Alt Name Rebecca VAN SCHAAK
Gender Female
Reference Number Casper HALLENBECK, I

Whitbeck Family Cemetery

DAR Records Vol. 580 Pgs. 97 - 103 Prepared by Hannah W. WHITTLE for On-Ti-Ora Chapter Presented to NYS Library 1988

Retyped by Carole J. Truesdell, Member of the Hardenburgh Chapter

Green Lake Road Town of Coxsackie

This a very large plot, very well laid out when first organized, a great many graves, but just a few stones left. On the left hand side of Green Lake Road in field going south from 9W highway, to Chappel CEMETERY. This property in 1949 was rented by Milton MINER. On a recheck I found many more stones gone and all broken. J. M. ROSSI. VANSCHAACK, Rebecca & Baby, Oct. 23, 1817 - Sept. 25, 1849, Wife of Casper I. H. HALLENBECK

Cornwell Family Cemetery

This is an abandoned cemetery of some size, with no stone wall or fence of any kind to mark its perimeter. The burials are spread over a fairly large area, with many fieldstones to mark burials. The cemetery is in very poor condition and it is probable that there are many buried tombstones or markers under the leaf litter of generations.

The cemetery is located on the east side of Cold Spring Rd. in the Town of Coxsackie, about one mile north of the Athens/Coxsackie town line. There is a long driveway to the right and the cemetery is about 50 feet in and another 200 feet south of that driveway on a little knoll in the forest.

Transcribed February 4, 2006 by Sylvia Hasenkopf In Memory of Rebecca Van Schaack, w/o Caspar I. Hallenbeck, with her babe by her side, d. September 25, 1819, aged 31y11m2d

Van Schaack Family Cemetery

wpe14.jpg (337221 bytes)Located in the Town of Coxsackie, this is a small, abandoned cemetery in poor condition. Going west on Adams Road from Johnny Cake Lane, there is a tractor lane approximately 1 mile from the intersection of these two roads, on the right hand side of the road. The cemetery is situated in a small grove of trees in the middle of a farmer's field.

Transcribed by Sylvia Hasenkopf and Carol Serazio on April 15, 2006.

1. George Van Schaack, d. June 12, 1880, aged 91y 2. Alida, w/o George Van Schaack, d. June 10, 1852, aged 58y 3. Sarah, w/o George Van Schaack, d. September 28, 1863, aged 62y11m 4. Gertrude, w/o George Van Schaack, b. October 12, 1812, d. June 12, 1837 5. Alida Van Wie, d. February 9, 1843, aged 92y 6. John Van Schaack, d. September 15, 1838, aged 85y 7. Elizabeth, w/o John Van Schaack, d. September 24, 18-- (missing), aged 77y 8. Aaron Van Schaack, d. October 18, 1811, aged 84y 9. B.V. (footstone only)