Re: burial locations none known
To my knowledge no known location has been positively identified for either.
However : I and several researchers suspect where about
roughly Johan Andreas was buried. Another researched(deceased) did extensive land record research and identified the 2800 acres of lands covered in Andreas's Will (Fernow Calendar of Wills). Today all that land is at the southern end of Tomahannock Reservoir in Pittstown NY.
All the land is now at the bottom of the reservoir which was started in the late 1890's and flooded early 1900's.
At the southern end of the reservoir where Rte. 7 crosses
the reservoir is the land in question.
This past spring myself and another researcher went to the location and looked on the eatern shore for a grave. No luck. We suspect that Andreas grave is now under water. Since his death in 1784, it was over 100 years before the
reservoir project was started. We did meet with the town
historian and confirm that all identifiable burials were
removed during the Reservoir construction. She even had a
map a list of interments which were removed. But nothing on any of the Weatherwax family. In fact our maps predated
hers and the land in question was no longer in the family at that time. In fact there is no record of his death other than his Will and probate that I'm aware of.
Likewise his father Henrich died probably intestate, his surviving second wife marrying a MUELLER. Again no know record of death or Will for Henrich C. Wiederwach.
I may go back this next spring a do a more through bushwack
to find for myself that the gravesite is no longer identifiable.
Wayne E. Weatherwax
following David b:1747