Ean Cemetery
New Paltz, Ulster County, New York
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Survey conducted on December 6, 1930, by Dr.  J.  Wilson Poucher and
Byron J.  Terwilliger. Ean Ground at Bontecoe, near the Wallkill, three
miles north of New Paltz. Elms Ean was the first Dutch settler in New
Paltz. His wife was Elizabet Crispel. The farm remained in the Ean family
until quite recently.  It is now a summer camp school for Catholic children;
Camp St. Agnes. This ground contains many unmarked field stones.
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Ean
Abraham Ean Jr. - July 26, 1818 26 yrs. 11 mos. 10 days.
Abram Ean - June 8, 1806 65 yrs.  (Rev.  Soldier)
Catharine Van Wagenen Ean - Wife  of Abram Ean, May 7, 1830 86 yrs. 8 mos. 23 days.
John Ean - October 13, 1819 20 yrs. 4 mos. 15 days.
Peter Ean - December 17, 1863 81 yrs. 11 mos. 19 days.
Mary Freer Ean - Wife  of Peter Ean, March 5, 1859 77 yrs. 1 mo. 3 days.

MISCELLANY
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E.  I. 1722 MA 12
1780 November 5.  G. E
E.  B C P.  IV A 15 1740
1757 E. E. 13 MI.
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