Copied in October, 1952, by Irma Mae Griffin of Roxbury, N.Y., and Emily G. Weiss, 1030 No. Dearborn St., Chicago 10, Ill.
Roxbury, Quaker Burying Ground - submitted by Sharon Thomas
Inscriptions from the abandoned Quaker Burying Ground, located (Go to Woodchuck lodge and keep on going, grave is on upper side of road in a bramble patch in midst of a pasture) at West Settlement, Town of Roxbury, Delaware County, New York
Micaiah Corbin, died July 8, 1836, aged 70 years 1 month 11 days
Mary, wife of Micaiah Corbin, June 22, 1836, aged 64 years 2 days
Rebecca Scudder died 19th of the 9th month, 1826 aged 19 years and 3 months
Seth A., son of John T. and Sarah A. Scudder, died Sept. 22, 1849 aged 3 years
Obadiah Scudder junior died the 26th day of the 1st month, 1804, aged 8 months 24 days
Lucy M., wife of Joseph Betts and daughter of Ezra and Eleanor Bartram, died Nov. 8, 1841, aged 68 years
Jeremiah Dart, died Sept. 29, 1833, aged 68 years
E B, 1823
--Transcribed 11-25-2000 by Roger Davis.
Located past The John Burroughs Memorial Field. On the next hill at the top when the road turns sharp right, it is on the right side on the turn.
Jeremiah Dart (unable to read more)
Seth A., son of John & Sarah A. Scudder Sept. (unable to read more)
Michiah (or Micaiah) Corbin died July 1836 aged 26 yrs. 1m. 11 days
Lucy M., wife of Joseph Bettes and daughter of Eleanor Bartraw died Nov. 8, 1841 aged 32 yrs. 9 months. (base of stone reads: by A. Stewart - Hobart) (this stone fully exposed)
Rebecca Scudder who departed this life the 12th of the 9th month 1826 aged 19 yrs. 3 months 22 days (carved in large flat stone)
In memory of John Lee died Feb. 21, 1818 aged 67 yrs. (carved in a rock)
Peace Scudder who departed this life in the 12th month 1896 aged 46 yrs. 2 months 16 days (carved in large flat stone)
In memory of Obidiah S. Scudder who departed this life the 25th of the 8th month 1830 aged 50 yrs. 11 months 28 days (carved in large flat stone)
Obidiah Scudder departed this life in the 26th of the 11th month 1804 aged 3 months 24 days (carved in small fieldstone)
Most of these stones were hand carved in hand-cut fieldstone. A couple were regular headstones. There was approx. 25 or more unmarked fieldstone markers.