Flood of 2006
updated 8 July 12:25 pm MDT
Reports of Damages to Cemeteries: Please note that these are from field reports of those who were locally
Daily Star pictures - the urls kept changing!
If you have any photos from the affected areas, please send to me to be included in this page
Lots of damages among the Delaware River
July 3: two cemeteries among the river at Binghamton. Not accessible due to closure of Riverview Road.
July 4: northern Broome is ok
July 4: Town of Barker cemeteries in good condition
July 7: Binghamton area cemeteries on Riverside Drive are ok. Town of Conklin's cemeteries unknown status. Somebody needs to check.
Inquires: Tracy Creek Cemetery flooded?
July 4: Mount Hope Cemetery in Norwich has water on one low section
Jul 3: Lot of damage among the Delaware River. Village of Deposit without power as of July 1. Hanock's a mess. Road between Equinunk and Hancock closed. Many small bridges washed out.
July 4: village of Sidney off limit due to stench of sewage
July 4: northern part of county ok
July 3: Dolgeville, Rural (Inghams Mills) safe on high ground. Old Yellow Cemetery in Town of Manheim affected.
July 3: Damages extensive St. John's/St. Mark's Lutheran Church and public library in Canajoharie.Fort Plain, Canajoharie and Palatine Bridge cemeteries safe, all on higher levels.
July 4: Unadilla and Sidney off limits due to very strong stench of sewage. Village of Unadilla's trunks of trees observed up to 20 feet of brown (sewage?)
July 5: Hillington Cemetery on Route 23, in Town of Morris is damaged
July 8: NYOtsego list subscriber alerted me to this photo Martin Brook by Watson Street in Unadilla
photo #1 Martin Brook by Watson St, Unadilla by Mark Hanrahan
photo #2 Cemetery in Unadilla by Mark Hanrahan
July 4: observations along the waterways that flooded, so far ok
Jul 3: Many small bridges washed out. Glen Cove in Narrowsburg half foot above Delaware River, damages unknown