Gifford Hollow Burying Ground
The Gifford Hollow Burying Ground is on West Mountain 150 yards north of [[Partridge Run Road[[ on Gifford Hollow Road, approximately 300 yards west of the road atop a steep knoll, under a black cherry and white pine. On land that is part of the Partridge Run Wildlife Management Area, NYS DEC Region 4, Karl Parker, Sr. Wildlife Biologist.
15 by 40 feet unfenced. This small, abandoned burying ground of the Furman and Gifford families is difficult to find and overgrown. There are about 30 stones, a dozen of which are readable stones. Burials 1817 - 1866. The burying ground was last cleared of brush and weed in 1996, when photographs of all readable stones were taken by J. Dudley Richards. These were made available to the BHP site thanks to Marita Gladson.