Kurt is correct sorting out your Samuel's. I have just located my Samuel's grave at the Temple Hill Cemetery in Geneseo as per SFK's book. The Rochester area SAR has a gravemarker project and is trying to find the graves of patriots in the 6 county area around Rochester.I found Samuel on their list of graves they could not locate altho' they knew he was in Temple Hill. I have been working with one of the cemetery caretakers also who has recently set up a database of names of "residents" and death dates.He found Samuel and also Samuel's sister Mercy and husband David.Mercy (daughter of Dr. Hezekiah & Mercy) and David (son of Issac & Content) were cousins and married.Altho' all born in Colchester/Marlborough CT, they migrated to the Geneseo area late 1700's/early 1800's. Even tho SFK's book says Samuel never married, the SAR forwarded me his pension application in which he states he is infirmed and also his wife.He made his application in April 1818 just a few weeks after Congress approved monies for Rev War vets who were needy.He claims he was married, but Temple Hill only has the 3 Kneeland's mentioned above.So now this "wife" is on my search list. Currently the SAR says Samuel qualifies for a gravemarker.Since the VA is donating it, either the cemeteries have volunteered to set it for free or the SAR guys are setting them. The first task is to locate his plot.We have found Mercy and David's headstones altho' they are lying on the ground and covered in moss.Hopefully, Samuel is buried next to them.But back then plot numbers were not assigned.Thus their records just indicate they were buried in the "old burying ground".That was fine when headstones were still there but now many are gone.But the caretaker and the SAR guy are still going to tromp thru there and find Samuel. So is this wife thing for real or was he fibbing to the judge who took his pension appllcation?