3. Moore-Jackson Cemetery, Queens

The Moore-Jackson Cemetery in Woodside, Queens has just 42 graves and is one of the few colonial cemeteries in New York City. Its earliest known burial was in 1733, while its last one was in 1867. The cemetery is located on the farmland of Samuel Moore, the son of the first minister of Newtown, and was owned during the Revolutionary War by his son, a Loyalist.