On Redman Road, just north of Roosevelt Highway, on the east side of the road backing up to Sandy Creek, there is a little known pioneer cemetery. Here are some recent pictures of the remaining grave stones. Here is an excerpt regarding the cemetery from Mary Smith's book "Remembering Hamlin 1802-2002":
"Pine Tree Cemetery - Hoyt Cemetery
East of Kendall Mills on the east side of Redman Road a short distance north of Roosevelt Highway is an old cemetery. It has been referred to as Hoyt Cemetery, Wentworth Cemetery, Pine Tree Cemetery, and Two Bridges Cemetery because two bridges spanned Sandy Creek in its vicinity. The earliest recorded burial these was in 1823. The last stone bore the date 1865. Apparently the cemetery was unused after the Civil War. Editor Lorenzo Beach reported in the Brockport Republic that there were about 50 graves there in 1890. At that time many graves were without headstones, some marked with ordinary fieldstone and some with broken marble, but all obscured by weeds and bushes. By 1920 the number of tombstones had dwindled to about 20. Now only 2 or 3 remain."
Also nearby there is another pioneer burial site. I am not sure of the exact location of this singular grave might be but here is a brief excerpt regarding the site from Mary Smith's book "Remembering Hamlin 1802-2002":
"A Private Burial Ground
One of the Timmerman aunts is buried on the old Timmerman farm, on the west side of Redman Road north of Roosevelt Highway.. Tom Timmerman's grandfather showed me where she was one time. She was his sister. She married a Kocher-an uncle to my mother. She's buried there under a cherry tree. There's no stone there-just a pile of fieldstones to mark her grave."