Abraham COVERT Farm Cemetery
This site is about the Abraham COVERT Farm Cemetery in Ovid, Seneca County, NY. Abraham COVERT was one of the first settlers to this area after the American Revolution. There are nearly 90 people buried in the somewhat remote cemetery including six Revolutionary War Veterans and a Veteran of the War of 1812. This cemetery is very important to members of the COVERT family and to those allied with it. The site contains a census of those believed buried here and photos as well as a link to other sites with photos of many of the grave stones. A few of the surnames included: SIMPSON, VANDOREN, VANHORN, WYCKOFF, EASTMAN, VANZANT, DUNN, BENNETT, SWARTOUT, SWARTHOUT, BLUE, TENEYCK, STOKUM, VOORHEES, FOUNTAIN, SWICK, GRAY, LITTLE, COSHUM, COLE, HARRIS, SEBRING, LECONTE, MORRIS, HOUGHTON and SPADER. Credit should be given to Micah Polk who recently cleaned up the cemetery for his Eagle Scout Project.