from: The History of Delaware County; W.W. MUNSELL 1797-1880|
"Among those who settled in the northern part of the present town of Andes during this decade was Daniel Waterbury, on a farm south of the village. He planted there the first orchard on the line of the old turnpike between Andes and Cabin Hill. On the same farm he enclosed the cemetery south of Walter T. Armstrong's, and there he was buried at the close of a useful and eventful life. His son Daniel was a local preacher of Presbyterian proclivities, and was for years the pastor of the now extinct Presbyterian church."
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Waterbury Cemetery, Cabin Hill Road/Bullet Hole Road
WATERBURY, Daniel Jul 25 1764 October 5, 1847 83y2m10d
WATERBURY, Mary Stevens May 20 1765 December 18, 1838 Wife of Daniel 73y6m28d
REYNOLDS, Rhoda April 11 1834 Wife of Wm. Reynolds 75y
WATERBURY, Har ? December 18, 1810 Daughter of James & Margaret