Note for: Mary , 1763 - 8 Mar 1829 Index
Individual note: gravestone in Cossayuna reads
Rest worthy matron from thy toils
Thy God has called thee home
To recompense with future joy
The deeds which thou hast done
Note for: Margaret Williamson, 24 Aug 1834 - 20 Sep 1836 Index
Individual note: Cossayuna Cemetery tombstone inscription - "Suffer the little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of God"
Note for: John C. Williamson, 1824 - 20 Jan 1895 Index
Individual note: 1870 census says 45 years old, wagon-maker , Hebron
Williamson William D. Greenwich William F.& Serena Rutland,Vt. West Rutland,Vt. Sept 23,1869 10m
Williamson Wilson Robert Hebron John & Mary Ann (Campbell) Hebron #1 West Hebron Aug.27,1872 1y2m6d
Williamson James S. England James & Isabella Rutland #7 Widower Rutland,Vt. Oct.11,1874 77y4m10d
Williamson William Henry James Rutland, Vt Rutland, VT Nov.18,1878 37y
Williamson Mary A. Ire. John & Mary Campbell Hebron # 1 John Hebron Sept.23,1884 47y1m27d
Williamson Etta J. Hebron,N.Y. Everett & Maggie M. Hebron # 11 Hebron,N.Y. July 31,1890 4y7m8d
Williamson Mary Salem,N.Y. David B.& Jane Thompson Salem # 12 Married Albany,N.Y. Nov.18,1890 49y14d
Williamson John Ireland John Hebron # 1 Widower West Hebron,N.Y. Jan.6,1892 82y10m3d
Williamson Harry Hebron,N.Y. William J.& Mary Ann Hebron # 2 Single Hebron,N.Y. Aug.2,1893 10y9m9d
Williamson Almon D. Hebron,N.Y. Wm.J.& Mary Ann Hebron # 2 Hebron,N.Y. Aug.11,1893 2m24d
Williamson William J. Hebron,N.Y. Jno.C.& Lucy J. (Chamberlin) Hebron # 3 Mary A. Hebron,N.Y. Sept.28,1915 65y5m23d
Williamson Mary A. Hartford E.Powell & E.Black Argyle William J. Argyle Oct.28,1940 85y8m2d
Williamson John Wesley Hebron John Williamson & Mary Campbell Hudson Falls Single Hudson Falls July 5,1958 88y
Note for: Sarah E. Williamson, 1838 - Index
Individual note: 1860 census says she is a Tailoress
Not her? http://bfn.org/~ae487/mcechron.html age is wrong
Mc Echron Cemetery
THE MC ECHRON PRIVATE CEMETERYWest Mountain Rd. Queensbury, Warren Co., New York
MC ECHRON, John S. (Father) 1831-1915
MC ECHRON, Hannah, wife of John S. Mc Echron, 1834-1899
MC ECHRON, Willard S., 1867-1950
PUTNAM, Ida E., wife of W.S. Mc Echron, 1871-1946
MC ECHRON, Mary Ann, born March 30, 1819, died Nov. 18, 1848
MC ECHRON, Alexander, 1825-1863, Co. G, 22nd Regt. NY Vol.
MC ECHRON, Daniel, born Nov. 10, 1820, died May 27, 1871
MC EACHRON, Daniel P., died Jan. 28, 1852 in the 64th year of life.
MC EACHRON, Sally [Williamson], died May 9, 1854 in the 70th year of her age.
MC ECHRON, James Henry, son of J.S. Mc Echron, d. 1853.
MC ECHRON, William Henry, son of J.S. Mc Echron, Aug. 12, 1859, 4 yrs, 4 mo, 25 days
MC ECHRON, Peter, son of Daniel and Sarah Mc Eachron, born 1816, died 20 June 1842.
MC ECHRON, George, son of Daniel and Sarah Mc Eachron, born c. 1833, died 1871 [unmarked grave]
The Mc Echron Private Cemetery is located just west of West Mountain Rd. in the Town of Queensbury, Warren Co., NY. It is located in a grove of trees near the Apple House (built circa 1831), just below the old apple orchards on the Mc Echron farm. It was established as "The Mc Echron Private Cemetery", in trust for the family by deed of John S. Mc Echron [Warren Co. NY Deeds Book 86, page 253] on 31 March 1900 and is dedicated for the use of the family and their descendants "forever". The deed was recorded 8 May 1900.
Daniel Peter Mc Eachron is the son of Peter and Maria (Kilmer) Mc Eachron of Cossayuna Lake, Town of Argyle, Washington Co., NY.
Daniel and Sally (Williamson) Mc Eachron, his wife, migrated first circa 1824 to the Town of Essex, Essex Co., NY and resided of the "shanty farm" of Judge Reuben Whallon .They migrated circa 1831 to West Mountain, where Daniel P. Mc Eachron built the "Apple House". In the mid to late 1830's, Daniel built a larger home immediately west of the Apple House and at that time converted the Apple House into a cider mill and storage area for his apple crop.
The second home was destroyed by fire in the early 1840's possibly resulting in the death of his son Peter in 1842, though further investigation is needed to confirm this assumption.
The family immediately dismantled the cider press and moved back to the "Apple House", where they set up permanent housekeeping.
A large barn was built south-west of the apple house and used to store apples and the cider press. It is said that outline of tthe foundation of the house that burned may be seen especially during dry summers when the grass is freshly cut.
The last Mc Echron's to occupy the house were Willard S. and Ida (Putnam) Mc Echron.
The "Apple House" was demolished in 1993/1994 by W. Eric Wiley, current owner of the property.
This information is provided by Thomas J. Lynch, the great-great-great grandson of Daniel P. Mc Eachron. - TJL 1/20/1995.