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This historic family burying ground in Marlboro, New York was used between 1800 and 1930 for the Cosman family. Containing approximately 50 graves, the cemetery is the resting place of Johannes Cosman (1720-1810), who served in Captain Richard Hulet’s Company of New York Provincial Troops between 1758 and 1764.

The cemetery is the last feature remaining from the Cosman farmstead that was established in the mid-18th century. 

In 2006, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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