FOR ALL DESCENDENTS OF JOHN FAVILLE. IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY FOUND THESE SITES, HERE IS SOME INFORMATION FOR YOU.
I've been searching the web--here is who is buried at the FAVILLE PECK or SHERWOOD CEMETERY. I've put the website below, but also pasted the listing of who is in the cemetery.
FAVILLE PECK or SHERWOOD CEMETERY - Town of Manheim
2 MILES N. WEST RTE 83 DOLGEVILLE
NILES, Stephen, D. 9-4-1849, 81yr.
NILES, Mary, D. 3-l-1838, 72yr
MUNSON, Sarah, D. 12-23-1836, 78yr-2mo-15da, Hus. Isaac
BARNES, Elijah, REV.VET., D. 4-23-1839, 80yr-3mo-2da, Wf. Lucy
BARNES, Lucy, D. 20-6-1854, 85yr-6mo, Hus. Elijah
BARNES, Mariah, D. 2-29-1808, 16yr, DAU= Lucy & Elijah
BARNES, Lucy, D. 8-12-1815, 22yr, DAU= Lucy & Elijah
BENNETT, Nancy Favill, D. 10-14-1864, 70yr, Hus. M. L.
BENNETT, Michael L., D. 10-13-1863, 7lyr
JOHNSTON, Thomas, D. 2-15-1851, 83yr, Wf. Irene
JOHNSTON, Irene, D. 12-25-1850, 82yr, Hus. Thomas
McARTHUR, Margaret, D. 12-6-1850, 87yr, Hus. John
FAVILL, Nancy Cramer, D. 9-1-1859, 49yr, Hus. Reuben
FAVILL, Reuben, B. 1799-D. 1884, Wf. Nancy CRAMER Son of John & Nancy
FAVILL, Margaret - Married Dr.A. G.Barney - No data
HUMPHREY, James REV. VET., D. 9-13-1811, 55yr-6mo
FAVILLE, Eliza, D. 3-6-1836, 6mo, DAU= Thomas & Betsey
WOOLVERTON, Wm. Rush, D. 4-21-1855, 1mo-18da, SON= Stephen & Mary
WOOLVERTON, George D., D. 9-12-1852, 14yr-6mo-10da, SON= Stephen & Mary
WOOLVERTON, Nellie, D. 8-26-1853, 4yr-4mo-2da, DAU= Stephen & Mary
WOOLVERTON, Ralph F., D. 9-28-1853, 7yr-10mo, SON= Stephen & Mary
FAVILLE, Happy, D. 2-24-1839, 7yr-10mo, DAU= John & Elizabeth
LAMBERSON, Jane, D. 7-9-1851, 37yr., Hus. Albert
FAVILLE, Elizabeth, D. 4-14-1848, 61yr, Hus. Albert
FAVILLE, Nathan B., D. 12-20-1863, 25yr, VET. Civil War
FAVILLE, Dwight S., D. 8-20-1862, 30yr, VET. Civil War
FAVILLE, Thomas, B. 1788-D.1860, Wf. Elizabeth West
SHERWOOD, Miner, D. 1-25-1828, 18yr., SON= Amos & Anna
SHERWOOD, Anna, D. 8-14-1812, 30 yr., Wf. #l of Amos
SHERWOOD, Mary Favill, NO DATA, Wf. #2 of Amos
SHERWOOD CHILDREN: William- Amos- John- NO DATA
FAVILL, Hannah, D. 12-16-1819, 25yr., Hus. James
FAVILL, James, B. 1790- D. 1860, Wf. Hannah SON=John & Nancy
FAVILL, Albert NO DATA, SON= James & Hannah
FAVILL, Spencer, NO DATA, Wf. Delos West, Also SON= James & Hannah
FAVELL, Merriman, D. 9-16-1843, 4yr-8mo, SON= Asa & Jane - Take picture of this marker
FAVELL, Asa, D. ? - ?1890, Wf. Jane Smith (Molly's note: Asa has marker in Lake Mills, WI (died 12-3-1889))
FAVILL, Elijah, D. 8-27-1816, 12yr, SON= John & Nancy
WEBB, Betsy Favill, D. 6-27-1808, 28yr., Hus. James
FAVILL, Nancy, D. 3-24-1834, 73yr., Hus. John
FAVILL, John, D. 6-14-1817, 68yr REV. VET., Wf. Nancy
The following are at the Dolgeville Cemetery
DOLGEVILLE CEMETERY, Part 1
Town of Manheim
Dolgeville, NY 13329
FAVILLE, Benjamin Rush, 1832 - 1915, Wf. Phoebe Helmer
FAVILLE, Celia, 1835 - 1887
FAVILLE, Cordelia Kibbe, 1848 - 1882
FAVILLE, Lieut. Dwight, D.8-30-1862, VETERAN
FAVILLE, Eliza Helmer, 1836 - 1905, Hus. Mark
FAVILLE, Capt. Frank, 1843 - 1924, Wf. Louisa Englehardt
FAVILLE, Mark, 1832-1896, Wf. Eliza Helmer
FAVILLE, Nathan, D.1863, VETERAN
FAVILLE, Phoebe Helmer, 1833 - 1906, Hus. Benjamin Rush
Here's a site about the town of Manheim:
On this page about Salisbury, there is a statement about John Faville:
"John Faville and Cornelius Lamberson settled near Burrill's Corners about 1788, "
This next page has this whole entry about John Faville under "Early Settlers" section:
"Two or three families ventured to locate in this town during the Revolution, among whom were John Faville and Cornelius Lamberson, both natives of New Jersey. John Faville was born in 1749. In his early manhood he resided near Albany, and was engaged in running batteaux on the Mohawk. He was married during the war to Nancy Lewis, and soon after marriage settled in the southwestern part of Salisbury, on a farm now owned by Harry Burrell. His oldest child, Betsey, was born here in 1780, and his son William was born here December 19th, 1785. In 1795 he removed to the northwestern part of Manheim, where he erected a gristmill previous to 1800. He was the father of eight sons and four daughters, most of whom located in Salisbury and Manheim. Cornelius Lamberson located on the farm now owned and occupied by his grandson, Joshua W. Lamberson, in the southern part of the town. He became a resident of Salisbury soon after Mr. Faville. He reared a family of seven sons and one daughter. His second son, Charles, was born here in 1781."
DIRECTIONS TO FAVILLE FALLS
from this website: http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyherkim/events.html
Faville Falls, Dolgeville
The cascading water over the rocks at Faville Falls is a favorite spot for many local residents to visit. A newly erected bridge for walkers makes the view more accessible and breathtaking. To get there take Spencer Street out of Dolgeville and stay straight on this road for several miles. After you pass over a small bridge there is a parking area to your left. This is Faville Falls.
Dolgeville is in the north-eastern part of the Town of Manheim, on East Canada Creek, near the border of south-western Fulton County. Beautiful countryside and a pretty historic town. I was recently (Sept 14) squired through the village and surrounding area by Bill and Nina McKerrow. Drive around and check out the early architecture.
There is also a street in Dolgeville called Faville Avenue.
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