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Bridgeville Cemetery, Bridgeville, Town of Thompson, Sullivan Co., NY, USA

Bridgeville Cemetery, Bridgeville, Town of Thompson, Sullivan Co., NY, USA



 


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Description. Bridgeville Cemetery is located in the hamlet of Bridgeville, Town of Thompson, Sullivan County, New York. It is a very old and small cemetery that has not had a burial for about 40 years. It is not maintained, but can easily be located and every grave marker walked in an hour. It is surrounded by a stone fence with a driveway in the stone wall that leads out into the Holiday Mt. Ski Area parking lot.



Directions to Cemetery: Take State Route 17 (soon to be Interstate 86) and get off Exit 107 (Bridgeville) or Exit 109 (Rock Hill). Follow signs to Holiday Mountain Ski Area or take Bridgeville Road (aka Co. Rt. 173) down into the river valley and adjacent to the bridge that goes over the Neversink River. On the south side of the bridge, Bridgeville Road intersects Edwards Road and Holiday Mountain Road. Go south on Holiday Mountain Road along the Neversink River about ½ a mile until you come to a dead end at the gated entrance to Holiday Mountain Ski Area. On you left (East) side is a large parking lot to the ski area. On the far side of the parking lot at the edge of the woods is the Bridgeville Cemetery that can easily be seen from the parking lot.

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Latitude: 41.6303838888889, Longitude: -74.6147738888889


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Bridgeville Cemetery, Bridgeville, Town of Thompson, Sullivan Co., NY, USA

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Buried    Person ID 
1 Sprague, Alfaretta  Bridgeville Cemetery, Bridgeville, Town of Thompson, Sullivan Co., NY, USA I181575


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