In 1813, the Dutch Reformed Church was established in Fishkill Landing with a cemetery behind the church. This cemetery is inaccessible today, but it has some of the oldest graves in the city. Built into the steep bank behind the church are family vaults.
Colonel William Few, a signer of the U.S. Constitution for the state of Georgia, was once buried in the Chrystie family vault in this cemetery. Because of the condition of the cemetery, his home state, Georgia, had the bones removed and re-interred. A monument to Colonel Few can be seen in front of the church.
Interments in the Dutch Reformed Church can be found in: