The Hause Hill Cemetery is on the west side of Pulver Road (less than one-tenth of a mile south of Kendall Road). Look for a plank leading over the drainage ditch on the right of the road, and head up the hill into the trees. The graveyard is in a clearing there. William and Martha Hause are in the front on the right, near the trees, facing the road.
parents actually found their graves while on the way to visit my brother, Eric
(who now lives in Ithaca). It took quite a while to find the tiny pathway leading
off the roadwayeven with a map. The area is still mostly wilderness. The
graveyard is maintained by the Daughters of the American Revolution, and the memorial
near their tiny gravestones, adorned with the US Flag.
dau/ = daughter of
son/ or s/ = son of
ae = age at death
CHASE Fannie wife of Caleb d. 25 Nov 1843, ae 55-6-23
E. Rev. War 24 Feb 1836, ae 77-11-9
JOHNSON Mary Susan dau of Aaron and Kezia Jan 1816
10-29-1839, ae 73-5-21
Barabas 8 Aug 1871
ARWINE son of Arthur & Esther 2 Jan 1845
Wm.: Rev War Vet d. 20
May 1818 (has been misread as 1848)
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Not for commercial use. Photos taken on 6/28/2005.