This cemetery is located on the west side of Scottsville Road about one mile north of the village of Scottsville.
There is a New York Historical marker that says "Joseph Morgan, Revolutionary War Capt., first settler in Chili in 1792, supplied seed grain to whole region and set out one of the first orchards. (1959)"
Phebe, dau. of Nathan & Sarah; d Sept. 13, 1825 in the 30th year of her age; "Withdraw my friends, dry up your tears, here I must lie til Christ appears."
Joseph; Capt., Lee's Co., 4th Conn.; 1770 - 1781, War of the Revolution; [Note: this is a new stone erected by the S.A.R.]; d Feb. 6, 1829 æ 75y
Sylvia E., wife of Bradford; d Oct. 19, 1837 æ 37y; "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord"
Annette, wife of Jared; [no visible dates]
Jared; d Feb. 14, 1831 in the 39th year of his age; "Withdraw my friends, dry up your tears, here I must lie til Christ appears."
Capt. PAGE is said to be buried here, but there is no stone for him.
Francis B.; d Nov. 27, 1815 in the 31st year of his age; "The sweet rememberance of the just shall flourish though they sleep in dust"
George, son of Francis B.; d Sept. 21, 1813 in the 3rd year of his age
Lucy, dau. of Francis B.; d Sept. [illegible]; æ 1y
Sally, dau. of Francis B.; d Sept. 22, 1813 æ 1y
[Note: None of the Plumer stones are now legible]
Go to GenWeb of Monroe Co. page.