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St. David A.M.E. Zion Church/Cemetery, Sag Harbor, N.Y.

ST. DAVID A.M.E. ZION CHURCH/CEMETERY, SAG HARBOR, NEW YORK

St. David A.M.E. Zion Church, Eastville Avenue, Sag Harbor. Originally built by Lewis Cuffee and Eastville neighbors in 1840; believed to have been an Underground Railroad station for runaway slaves.  Tuthill Slave Cemetery (1830s), King Street and Narrow River Road, Orient. Dr. Seth Tuthill (1784-1850); his wife, Maria (died 1840), and many slaves with unmarked stones. Marker notes the Tuthills’ wish to be buried with their former servants.

(c. SAG HARBOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Written by: Lawrence E. Walker Foundation, 2007 ) 

ST. DAVID A.M.E. ZION CHURCH CEMETERY (1840) SAG HARBOR, NEW YORK (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

ST. DAVID A.M.E. ZION CHURCH CEMETERY (1840) SAG HARBOR, NEW YORK (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

W.A.P.-UNKNOWN GRAVE-SITE AT ST. DAIVD A.M.E. ZION CHURCH CEMETERY (1840) SAG HARBOR, NEW YORK (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

RACHEL P. PIERSON (born 1836-died 1922) ST. DAVID A.M.E. ZION CHURCH CEMETERY (1840) SAG HARBOR, NEW YORK (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

STERLING, UNKNOWN GRAVE-SITE, ST. DAVID A.M.E. ZION CHURCH CEMETERY (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

CHARLES S. JOHNSON, NEW YORK PVT. MO BTRY 353 FIELD ARTY., WORLD WAR II (born 1898-died Nov. 1956) ST DAVID A.M.E. ZION CHURCH CEMETERY (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

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