Presbyterian Cemetery

Town of Lyons

Wayne County, NY

1952 Directions - Located on Queen St., back of Presbyterian Church. This was formerly a fair sized cemetery, but when church burned and a new one with parish house was built most of the bodies were moved to one of the village cemeteries. These two stones as listed below are all that remain here. Recorded April 1952.

2005 Driving Directions - The Cemetery no longer exists. The Church is currently built in the old place the cemetery once was. Maple St. Rd., just past the new Court House.

Rachel, consort of John, d. Dec. 19, 1833, 89y


John R., son Robert and Sarah M., July 24, 1824, 21y 3m 11d
"Friends nor physicians could not save
My mortal body from the grave
Nor can the grave confine me here
When Christ the Saviour doth appear."

Stones found at 1 Butternut St., Lyons in 1970's-

Rebecca Ann, dau. of Wm. H. & Susan A., Oct. 4, 1838, 1 yr.

Mary, wife of F. Bush, late of Darmstadt, died 1841 or 1844

Capt. Wm. Paton, born 1770, entered America 1794, died 1843 (also in South Cemetery, Lyons)

Edward R., died April 18, 1843 (also in Fellows Cemetery, Lyons)

"In memory of Maria, consort of James R. Hawkins, who died Sept. 8, 1885, age 19y 6m 23d. This monument is erected by her affectionate husband"

Stones found in yard of 72 Broad St., Lyons (Sept. 24, 1984)

Ellen, wife of Henry, died Oct. 1, 1842 in her 59th year

Stones found in yard of 70 Broad St., Lyons (Sept. 24, 1984)

Simeon, died May 7, 1824, age 57y 11m 16d

Margaret D., consort of David W., died April 7, 1824, born November 19, 1793, age 30y 4m 18d

John, d. August 6, 1831 in his 83rd year
Hannah, wife of John, died May 7, 1829, age 68

Stones found in basement of 70 Broad St., Lyons (Sept. 24, 1984)

Dr. William, died June 22, 1817, age 47
?? wife of Dr. William, died Sept. 20, 1824, age 50

Ann Elizabeth, wife of Peter, died Oct. 15, 1830, 23y 6m

(There are by count 8 stones that are face down that appear to be whole, and several pieces of stones. All are deeply and closely imbedded in the dirt floor, some with what appears to be cement connecting them together.)

Information furnished by Andrew MacTaggart, pastor of the Presbyterian church Sept. 24, 1984.

Rhea, Cuddeback, or West Cemetery

Town of Lyons

Wayne County, NY

Rhea Cuddeback or West Cemetery. It is known by all three names and is located in the town of Phelps, Ontario County, N.Y. on Route 14 South (Lyons-Geneva Road) about 1 mile from Wayne County line.

James, d. Jan 13 or 18, 1838, 79y
Sarah, wife, d. March 7, 1839, 72y

"I would not live always -no- welcome the bomb Since Jesus hath lain there I dread not the gloom Then sweet be my rest till he bids me arise To hail him in triumph descending the skies."

Sally M., dau. Asa S. & Rhoda, d. June 21, 1826, 12y 9m 14d

Silas O., son Silas & Olive, d. Sept. 1, 1847, 10m
Israel, d. Jan. 27, 1845 in his 59th year
Sarah, wife, d. 1852, 62y

Nancy, wife of William, d. June 20, 1839, 86y
"Peacefully rest her silent clay
Beneath the grassy sod
Her ramsomed spirit winged its way
To her creator God."

Sally, wife of George, d. March 17, 1844, 41 years

Elizabeth, wife of Adam, d. May 1, 1833, 52y

M. Abigail, wife of Samuel R., d. May 2, 1842, 53y
Stella Ann, dau. John & Betsy, d. May 23, 1815 or 45, 20y 1m 28d
"Whereas ye know not what shall be
in the morning. For what is your life?
It is ever a vapor that appearath for a
little time and then vanisheth away."

Jesse, d. April 20, 1835, 36y 11m 6d
Sarah Jane, dau. Jesse & Emeline, d. May 2, 1833, 6y 2m 6d
Lucy Ann, dau. Samuel & Betsy, d. Dec. 10, 1820, 9m 23d
William, son Samuel & Betsy, d. July 23, 1828, 1y 11m 19d
Benjamin, son Samuel Jr. & Sarah, d. Jan. 16, 1817, 1y 3m
Isabel, dau. Samuel Jr. & Sarah, d. Oct. 10, 1822, 5y
Phebe COYKENDALL, wife of Samuel Sr., d. Mar. 25, 1811, 45y
Daniel, son of Samuel Sr. & Phebe, d. Sept. 12, 1842 in his 54 year
Sarah, wife of Samuel Jr., d. Dec. 15, 1822, 29y
Thomas, son Daniel & Pamela BARKER, d. Aug. 20, 1829, 1y 1m 11d
Lucinda, dau. Daniel & Pamela, d. July 2, 1822, 6y 3m 3d
Infant son, Daniel & Pamela, d. Nov. 27, 1812
Andrew J., son Daniel & Pamela, d. May 10, 1843, 13y
Laura, dau. James & Sally, d. Jan. 15, 1823, 1y 3m 23d
Infant dau, of Samuel & Barbary, d. Dec. 1819
Peter, son Samuel Sr. & Phebe, d. Aug. 17,1805, 19y 9m
Thomas, son Samuel Sr. & Phebe, d. March 10, 1818, 25y 5m 4d
Betsy, dau. Samuel Sr. & Phebe, d. Nov. 6, 1830, 19y 7m 14d

Peter G., son P.G. & C.T., d. Oct. 1, 1818, 2y 1m 16d
"No sin could blight or sorrow fade
Death came with friendly care
This human bud to heaven conveyed
And bid it blossom there."

Sarah, wife of Peter, d. Sept. 3, 1846, 42y
Mary C., dau., d. April 26, 1845, 12y 2m 3d
Adeline, dau., d. July 25, 1843, 14y 11m 18d

Charles, son William & Catherine, d. Apr. 4, 1849 in his 16th year
Peter, Aug. 19, 1764- March 17, 1833, 68y 6m 28d
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them."

Elizabeth, wife, d. March 16, 1850, 90y 5m 15d
Joseph, d. March 18, 1847, 40y
John, son Peter & Elizabeth, d. Oct. 19, 1816, 2y 7m 17d
Peter, son John & E., d. Jan. 21, 1837, 11y 6m

Delilah, wife of R., d. Jan. 20, 1849, 38y

Isaac, April 17, 1806-July 6, 1877
Adeline J., wife, May 28, 1806- April 6, 1873
Abraham, son Isaac & Adeline, d. April 1836
Nathaniel, d. Sept. 20, 1851, 87y 2m 10d
Sarah, wife, d. June 25, 1839, 66y 25d
Mary, dau. Nathaniel & Sarah, d. June 8, 1836, 23y 1m 13d
"One thing is needful and many hath chosen that good part which shall not be taken away from her."

Sarah, consort of James, d. Aug. 3, 1816, 35y
Deborah D., dau. James & Sarah, d. May 9, 1818, 8y

Frances E., dau. William & Laura M., d. Feb. 14, 1851(?), 4m 3d
"No sin could blight or sorrow fade
Death came with friendly care
This human bud to heaven conveyed
And bid it blossom there."

Elvina B., wife of Willam H., d. April 19, 1849, 22y 4m 24d

Jacob, d. Jan. 31, 1849 in his 87th year
Marllius, wife, d. July 3, 1866, 79y
Margaret, dau. J. & M., d. January 30, 1830 in her 12th year
Jane, d. Sept. 6, 1864, 51y 4m 4d
Susan, wife of George, d. May 11, 1849, 49y

Nathaniel, d. Dec. 4, 1850, 51y 5m 4d

Nancy, wife of JOhn, d. Feb. 21, 1830, 47y
Margaret, dau. J. & N., d. Oct. 8, 1832, 18y
Eliza, dau. J. & N., d. 1823, 15y
Phebe, dau. J. & N., d. 1813, 5y
Andrew, d. June 16, 1833, 27y

Harriet E., d. Sept. 5, 1843, 29y
John Ruel, son W.H.L. & Elizabeth, d. May 8, 1850, 8m 11d
Sarah Ann, dates illegible

Coll, d. Feb. 6, 1832, 21y 5m 27d
Esther, d. May 5, 1830, 5y 5m 12d
Andrew, d. Dec. 18, 1829, 44y
"My course is run, my work is done
And here in tomb I lie
Then let each friend the voice attend
And so prepare to die."

Jacob, d. April 4, 1859, 82y
Experience, wife, d. July 21, 1856, 72y 7m 24d

Mary, wife of Sheribiah, d. Jan. 11, 1838, 27y

Sally Maria, wife of John. Jan. 12, 1832-Mar. 9, 1861
"Because I live ye shall live also"
Spencer M., son John & S.M., March 9, 1861-Aug. 28, 1872

Issac, d. June 20, 1863, 31y 7m 4d
Alie, dau. Isaac & Sarah, d. 1865, 4y
Isaac H., d. Nov 20, 1832, 28y
Joanna, wife, d. June 10, 1833, 25y
Elanor T., dau. Isaac H. & Joanna, d. Oct. 1, 1865, 37y 8m 12d
John, d. Aug. 10, 1827, 68y
----, wife of John, d. Dec. 2, 1840, 74y

Davis, d. Dec. 17, 1868, 82y 8m
Sally, dau. Davis & Hannah, dates illegible

Albert son J & M (age buried)

?... Helen M.

Jesse, d. April 20, 1835, 36y

These records taken April 16, 1964. The plot is in bad condition and it is known that many stones are buried under soil, sod and myrtle.

Volunteer Typist - Patti Norton of Baldwinsville, NY

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