Survey conducted June 20, 1934
By the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
( DAR )
Those who rest here descend from Joseph Waldron born 1674 at New York City. He married Anna Woodward. Joseph died at Harlem 10 October 1722.
James J. Waldron - died March 26, 1816 aged 21 yrs. 6 mos. 20 days.
Edith Ten Eyck Waldron - wife of James Waldron, died March 30, 1813, AE 54 yrs. 4 mos.
James Waldron died March 25, 1813, aged 45 yrs. 25 days.
Elizabeth Waldron - died August 19, 1865, aged 76 yrs. 8 mos. 22 days.
Barent Waldron - died January 2, 1880, aged 81 yrs. 15 days.
Elsie Waldron - born November 18, 1790, died October 12, 1882 aged 91 yrs. 10 mos. 24 days.
Tobias T. E. Waldron - died October 2, 1875, aged 82 yrs. 10 mos. 4 days.
Wife Magdalen Slingerland Waldron - wife of Tobias T. E. Waldron, died April 5, 1849, aged 47 yrs. 7 mos. 21 days.
Wife Cornelia Van Derzee Waldron - wife of Tobias T. E. Waldron, died May 19, 1822, aged 24 yrs. 1 mo. 7 days.
Ann Waldron - born December 6, 1801 died July 6, 1885, aged 83 yrs. 7 mos.
Affy Waldron - died January 1, 1826, aged 49 yrs. 6 mos. 5 days.
This cemetery is located about 2 miles from the historic stone home of Ariantje Coeymans Verplank. Ariantje was the daughter of Barent Pietresse Coeymans founder of the "castle" The 'castle' stand today, owned privately. Her portrait is often on display at the Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, New York.
Re: Old World Waldron History
The Waldron Family, compiled by Louis William Hagen, Rochester, NY 1964.
It is written that in the years following the Norman conquest of England, some of the Waldrons from the southern part of England became refugees in Holland. Rudolph Waldron fought in the second Crusades where he showed great valor in the taking of Jerusalem in 1099. For this, in 1128, he was made a baron and granted a coat of arms and a large manor by the Dutch Government. Family lore proclaims that Johannes Waldron is descended from this Baron Rudolph Van Waldron.
Johannes Rudolph Waldron b. 1560 England d. 1609 Netherlands (Grandfather to Resolved Waldron b. 1610 Holland and d. 1690 at Harlem, New York and grandfather to Joseph Waldron who died at New Amsterdam 1663.