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Stoutenburgh-Teller Burying Ground

Stoutenburgh Burying Ground Cemetery Gates

In his will of 1768, Jacobus Stoutenburgh reserved one acre to be a common burying place for himself and his heirs forever.


(Click here to view the Poughkeepsie Journal article about the cemetery by Author/Lecturer Tony Musso.)

  • Stoutenburgh Family Burying Ground. Established By Deed In 1768 By Jacobus Stoutenburgh, First Colonial Settler Of Hyde Park. In Memorium, Benjamin Peter Stoutenburgh, 1870 - 1968. Clyde and Margaret Stoutenburgh 1878 - 1942 -- 1882 - 1960.
    Stoutenburgh Family Burying Ground. Established By Deed In 1768 By Jacobus Stoutenburgh, First Colonial Settler Of Hyde Park. In Memorium, Benjamin Peter Stoutenburgh, 1870 - 1968. Clyde and Margaret Stoutenburgh 1878 - 1942 -- 1882 - 1960.

Margaret Teller-Stoutenburgh Obituary

Margaret Teller-Stoutenburgh Obituary

Several years ago, I came across Margaret Teller's obituary. It was an unexpected and delightful find. It was printed when the long S was in use. It was written when even the educated spelled words phonetically. It was written when widows were called "relics." I don’t know why, but I find the relic part most amusing.
Stoutenburgh Cemetery Guided Tour: Jacobus & Margaret Stoutenburgh

Stoutenburgh Cemetery Guided Tour: Jacobus & Margaret Stoutenburgh

Many stones have suffered damage over the centuries as shown in our photograph of Plot 1, the site of our forefather, Jacobus Stoutenburgh, and his wife, Margaret Teller-Stoutenburgh.
Stoutenburgh Cemetery Guided Tour: John & Catherine Stoutenburgh

Stoutenburgh Cemetery Guided Tour: John & Catherine Stoutenburgh

On the left as you come through the gate on the West Wall, you will find two more stones, those of John Stoutenburgh and jis wife Catherine.
Stoutenburgh Cemetery Guided Tour: Joseph Teel

Stoutenburgh Cemetery Guided Tour: Joseph Teel

There is a gravestone in the Stoutenburgh family cemetery in Hyde Park, New York that doesn’t seem to be a relative of that family. The deceased is Joseph Teel. So I began the quest to figure out who this person is and why he is buried in this cemetery. This is what I know:
Stoutenburgh Cemetery as Geocache Site!

Stoutenburgh Cemetery as Geocache Site!

This cache starts in Doty Park in honor of the Stoutenburgh family, "Founders" of Hyde Park. The goal of this placement is to make visitors aware of the early history of Hyde Park.
New Key Map to Cemetery Plot

New Key Map to Cemetery Plot

New Cemetery Index Compiled and Created by Tony and Shirley Walker
Jacobus Stoutenburgh

Jacobus Stoutenburgh

The name of Jacobus Stoutenburgh appears on the tax list in 1741 when his Dutch manor-house of stone was completed.