Jones Farm Cemetery

Eureka Road, Town of Westmoreland

Thanks to Lisa Slaski for submitting this!

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Lisa Slaski
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This cemetery is located in Bartlett on the south side of Eureka Rd, ? mile west of Bartlett Rd, several hundred feet off the road in a cow pasture.  It is in poor condition.

CARPENTER, Sarah M.       1832-1911
CARPENTER, Ferdinand J.  8/9/1855-6/14/1885
JONES, Garner                     d. 7/18/1853, 60 years, 3 months, 24 days
JONES, Lucy (wife)             d. 3/14/1895, 93 years, 11 months, 5 days
JONES, Sarah M.                 d. 9/11/1830, 11 months, 8 days
JONES, Diana R.                 d. 12/27/1857, 21 years, 6 months, 16 days

Further detailed information on the Jones family from Lisa K. Slaski:

Garner JONES, born 25 Mar 1793, in Hebron, CT, was the son of Eliakim and Rebecca [WEBSTER] JONES.  He is a descendant of Griffith JONES, b. abt 1620 in Wales who immigrated to Springfield, MA around 1646.  Garner JONES married Lucy INGRAHAM, the daughter of Benjamin and Lucy [PITKIN] JONES on 9 Jan 1828 in South Brookfield, Madison Co., NY.  She was born 9 Apr 1801 in Hartford, CT.  Soon after their marriage they moved to Bartlett, NY and remained there the rest of their days.  They had 4 daughters: Sarah Maria who died young; Sarah Maria, b. 18 Jun 1832, married George Washington CARPENTER on 25 Oct 1854 (Ferdinand was their only child); Diana Rebecca; and Everancy Amelia, b. 27 Jun 1839, married George Boyes TEMPLE on 7 Mar 1866. He was born 25 Jul 1837 in Wilton, North Riding, Yorkshire, England and immigrated with his parents, John and Margaret [THOMPSON] TEMPLE in 1850 to Westmoreland, NY.  George and Everancy [JONES] TEMPLE are buried in the Old Westmoreland cemetery.  George Washington CARPENTER was said to have become a sailor and died at sea, although no solid proof has yet been found.