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Available research and current visits indicate that the earliest identifiable grave marker is circa 1720. Although the Peenpack settlement was present as early as 1690, an assumption can be made that earlier burials could be present, and it is also a fairly safe assumption that a majority of the remaining Patentees' burials are present as well.
For further information please feel free to contact Nancy Conod, Executive Director of the Minisink Valley Historical Society [email protected] Judy Gumaer Testa, Coordinator of Volunteers [email protected] Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan currently is custodian for the "Gumaer Cemetery/Pioneer Knoll Cemetery Fund". Family members are welcome and encouraged to visit their American Homestead and pay their respects to their ancestors. As the site is mildly remote in a rustic setting, please wear appropriate clothing and shoes. This settlement evolved to become the American homesteads of the Swartwout, Gumaer, Cuddeback and Van Inwegen families, and has continued to be populated throughout the last three centuries and well into the 21st century. This Peenpack area is the oldest continuously inhabited inland European settlement in Orange County. Cemetery # 1 - Gumaer Cemetery (also known as Pioneer Knoll and Peenpack* Cemetery) contains approximately 2 acres, and was described as a "white person's cemetery" when incorporated.
The property was deeded in 1840 to the Elders, Consistory and Deacons of the Reformed Church of Deerpark.
Kenneth Gumaer to jointly decide what will be done through use of the funds.
The designated Gumaer Cemetery has two adjoining burial sites which are included in the stabilization and maintenance, as circumstances allow.
The committee, headed by a member of Minisink Valley Historical Society, will also consist of a member of the Deerpark Reformed Church and a member of the Gumaer Family.
Current members of the committee are Nancy Conod, Thomas Smith and William S. Email your queries directly to the Society [email protected], or volunteer coordinator Judy Gumaer Testa [email protected]
However, this settlement, significant at its inception and throughout much of its history, has a legacy which has become forgotten or buried. Gumaer, along with his wife Esther Cuddeback Gumaer, deeded the acreage of the cemetery in 1839 to the Reformed Dutch Church of Deerpark.