Matinecock Friends meetinghouse
Matinecock Friends meetinghouse, at the corner of Duck Pond Roadd and Piping Rock Road, Locust Valley, Long Island. Originally built in 1725, it is home to the oldest continuing Quaker congregation in North America.
Matinecock Friends meetinghouse, est.1725
The burial ground at Matinecock Friends meetinghouse,
Great grand uncle Isaac R Coles (1858-1937); The 'I.C.' stone is the footstone of his father, Isaac Coles.
Frances S Coles (1859-1948); the 'M.W.C. stone is the footstone of her mother-in-law, Mary Willets Coles.
Franklin A Coles (1861-1943); the 'T.H.C.' stone is the footstone of his older brother, Thomas H Coles.
Edna Kempsell Coles (1917-1992)
Robert Reed Coles (1907-1985)
Edward F Coles (1824-1899)
Stanley Justus Donaldson (Sr.; 1894-1961)
Mary Gertrude Coles Donaldson (1894-1982)
Sallie Emma Pancoast Coles (1856-1930)
Thomas H Coles (1851-1893)
Mary Willets Coles (1822-1895)
Isaac Coles (1817-1887)
At the northwestern corner of Duck Pond Road and Piping Rock RoadLocust Valley