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 Wilcox-Tyner Cemetery, Smithville, Chenango Co., NY, USA


Latitude: 42.444423, Longitude: -75.66438
Wilcox-Tyner Cemetery

Notes:
1. Information about cemetery from the Sprague Project website:
Wilcox-Tyner Cemetery on N. Tyner Road in the Town of Smithville, Chenango County, NY

2. Information about cemetery from Internment.net:
Wilcox Cemetery
Tyner, Chenango County, New York
Contributed by Gerald Wilcox, Dec 10, 2000 [jerboz@earthlink.net]. Total records = 121.
Listing from the Abandoned burial grounds, town of Smithville, Chenango Co., New York (1980) The information has been retrieved from the clerk for the town of Smithville.
<http://www.interment.net/data/us/ny/chenango/wilcox/wilcox.htm>

3. Per William G. Sprague:
This cemetery is basically abandoned, although I think it is mowed once year. There is no fence (didn't remember one, see following), no sign nor entrance into the cemetery. I took this photo just off the shoulder of N. Tyner Rd. to get a wide angle shot of the entire cemetery. I just went to findagrave and they have two photos of the cemetery. One about the same as mine and one from the other side of the road which does show a broken down gate similar to a farm gate. I do remember that my brother and I had to walk through tall uncut grass to get to the stones.
September 2010


Headstones

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Sprague, Francis Leander (1828-1911) and his wife, Crosby, Cynthia A. (1832-1866)
Sprague, Francis Leander (1828-1911) and his wife, Crosby, Cynthia A. (1832-1866)
Found at Wilcox-Tyner Cemetery on N. Tyner Road in the Town of Smithville, Chenango County, NY
Contributor: William G. Sprague 
Located    Cynthia Amelia Crosby (d. 20 Jul 1866)
Francis Leander Sprague (d. 13 Jul 1911)
 


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