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Marker captures piece of Ballston’s past

Sign at graves of traitor’s parents

Ballston Town Historian Richard Reynolds discusses the Bettys Family in front of their burial plot at Hillside Cemetery in Burnt Hills on Saturday, October 19, 2013.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Ballston Town Historian Richard Reynolds discusses the Bettys Family in front of their burial plot at Hillside Cemetery in Burnt Hills on Saturday, October 19, 2013.
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Schauber, Seelye, Hollister, Van Vorst. Residents of the town of Ballston most typically know these names from the local roads they drive on or the cul de sac down the road, but Town Historian Richard Reynolds would remind them that these names can also be found in Hillside Cemetery, next to the Burnt Hills Baptist Church. “A lot of the names we know in this town today come from this cemetery,” he said. “We are ...


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