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|ADAMS #||Harriet E.||Oct 4, 1886 - Dec 1977 PA; 91y; w/o Samuel D.; d/o Daniel & Harriet (Hobart) ELSHEIMER|
|ADAMS #||Hattie R.||1864 - 1947; 83y; w/o Frank; d/o Henry & Euphemia (Sager) STAFFORD|
|ADAMS||Harriet R. T.||Oct 17, 1920 - Sept 5, 2004; 83y; w/o Charles H.; d/o Foster & Martha (Coy) THAYER|
|ADAMS||John||1736 - 1793; 57y; h/o Chloe E.|
|ADAMS #||Laura A.||1838 - 1921; 83y; w/o Arthur T.; nee PARMALEE|
|ADAMS #||William E.||1882 - 1967; 85y; h/o Dorothy S. (Carlton)|
|ALLEN *||Jane G.||1841 - 1894; w/o William Henry|
|ALLEN *||William Henry||1830 - 1909; h/o Jane G.|
|ASHLEY *||Carole||Aug 5, 1949 - Sept 6, 1989; 40y; d/o Walter & Abbie COOPER|
|ASHLEY *||Jessie||died 1945|
|AUSTIN *||Cora B.||1871 - 1952 [on stone of Cyrus & Anna Trickey]|
|BARBER *||Gladys E.||Apr 8, 1930 - Jan 28, 2003; 72y; w/o Kenneth R.|
|BARBER *||Kenneth R.||Sept 30, 1928 - Apr 29, 1996 TX; 67y; h/o Gladys E. [stone next to Adel. & Flor. Schutt]|
|BARNES||Angie R.||June 19, 1876 - Apr 1968 Rochester; 91y; nee RANDALL|
|BARNES||Burton Robert||1874 - 1927;|
|BARNES *||Doloris||July 28, 1907 - Aug 1, 2002; 95y; w/o W. Kenneth; nee MALOTTE [SSDI spelled as Delores]|
|BARNES *||Ellen||Jan 18, 1875 S. Bristol - Sept 3, 1956; 81y; unwed; d/o Hurdman & Elizabeth (Mitchell) [obit 9/12/1956]|
|BARNES *||family stone|
|BARNES *||Herbert J.||Sept 2, 1914 - Jan 5, 2001 FL; 86y; h/o M. Lorraine m: 12/23/1941|
|BARNES *||Hurdman||Apr 14, 1810 Eng - Apr 18, 1880; 70y,4d; h/o Martha SHAW (emm 1844)|
|BARNES *||Ida May||Mar 3, 1872 - Dec 10, 1949; 77y; w/o Jesse; d/o Wm. POWER; 2 daus, 3 sons; bro, Fred Power of PA [obit]|
|BARNES *||Jesse||1869 - 1945; h/o Ida May POWER|
|BARNES *||Martha||1809 - 1862; 52y; w/o Hurdman; nee SHAW|
|BARNES *||Mary Lorraine||Oct 16, 1918 - 2010; 91y w/o Herbert J.|
|BARNES *||Roy H.||Mar 3, 1901 - Jan 18, 1974; 72y; unwed; sibs: Mrs. Emory Orayn, Mrs. Marian DeLorm, Kenneth & Herbert Barnes [obit]|
|BARNES *||(W.) Kenneth||Oct 7, 1904 - July 1981; 76y; h/o Doloris MALOTTE; [m: 10/25/1933] [SSDI name Kenneth; not W. K. as on headstone] flag - US Military ?|
|BATTERSON *||Amanda J.||1834 - 1892; w/o Jacob; nee COX|
|BATTERSON *||Jacob||May 1828 - 1907 Ithaca, NY; h/o Amanda J. COX|
|BATTERSON *||Joseph||Feb 1858 - 1921; h/o L. Ida JOHNSON; s/o Jacob & Amanda J. (Cox)|
|BATTERSON *||L. Ida||1863 - 1890; w/o Joseph; nee JOHNSON|
|BEATON *||Lucina A.||1881 - June 11, 1944; 63y; w/o William; 1 son, 5 sis [obit below]|
|BEATON *||William||Mar 1879 Ire - 1924; h/o Lucina A.|
|BEATON *||William||1850 Scot - 1924; unwed|
|BEATON||William F. Jr.||1913 - Dec 28, 1953; 40y; h/o ???; 3 sons & 2 daus; s/o Wm. Sr. [auto accident]|
|BEATON||William Sr.||died Jan 7, 1958|
|BELCHER *||Lena||Aug 11, 1901 - Mar 1975; 73y; nee COOPER|
|BENEDICT *||Daniel L.||1813 - 1845; 32y|
|BENEDICT||Gould R.||1836 - May 19, 1864 Spottsylvania, VA; s/o Stephen & Sarah; Co H., 4th NY H.A. - Civil War Vet (names listed on same stone as: Joseph Housel, Charles Johnson, Charles Sanford, John W. Horn, Wm. D. Bird & Edwin A. Martin)|
|BENEDICT *||Sarah Ann||died Feb 7, 1885; 75y,6m; w/o Stephen|
|BENEDICT *||S. R. J.||1815 - June 12, 1860; 45y [stone broken]|
|BENEDICT *||Stephen||1803 CT - May 30,1886; 83y,9m,20d; h/o Sarah Ann|
|BENHAM *||Emily D.||Oct 4, 1912 - Jan 1981; 68y; w/o Walter C.; nee DWYER|
|BENHAM *||Walter Case||Aug 27, 1915 - June 1984; 68y; h/o Emily DWYER|
|BERRY||Elizabeth Delia||Dec 11, 1866 - Sept 4, 1935; 68y; w/o Stephen; 6 daus [obit below]|
|BERRY||Merton||died Mar 6, 1909; 8m; s/o Stephen & Lizzie|
|BILLS *||Alice A.||July 14, 1862 - Sept 18, 1950; 88y; w/o Harmon Sr.; 1 dau, 1 son [obit] [another obit has dod as 9/19]|
|BILLS||Alice Amanda||1914 - 1925; 11y; d/o Fred H. & Mary E.|
|BILLS *||David R.||Mar 28, 1958 - Feb 14, 1983; 24y|
|BILLS *||Floyd||died Sept ? 8, 1889; 2y,8m,2d|
|BILLS *||Fred H.||1883 - 1955; 72y; h/o Mary E.; s/o Harmon & Alice A.|
|BILLS *||Harmon B.||1849 - 1917; 68y|
|BILLS *||Lloyd H.||June 21, 1898 - May 10?, 1964; 65y; h/o ???; s/o Harmon & Alice (Hulse) [obit below]|
|BIRD *||Charlotte||May 26, 1815 - Nov 9, 1882; 67y; w/o Peter|
|BIRD *||Eliza A.||Dec 1854 - 1925; 70y; w/o Peter F.|
|BIRD *||Nina O.||1876 - 1949; 73y|
|BIRD *||Peter F.||Aug 1847 - Jan 25, 1917; 69y; h/o Eliza A.; dau, Nina; s/o Peter & Charlotte; 2 sis, Margaret Goff & Mrs. Betsey Naracon; bro James, of MI; Co. C. 15th NY Calv - Civil War Vet [obit below]|
|BIRD||William D.||1836 - June 16, 1864; s/o Peter & Charlotte; Co G, 148th NY Inf, - Civil War Vet [killed near Petersburg] (names listed on same stone as: Gould Benedict, Charles Johnson, Charles Sanford, John W. Horn, Joseph Housel & Edwin A. Martin)|
|BOLTON *||Bain K.||July 27, 1883 - July 24, 1937; 54y; h/o Charlotte A. DUSENBURY; s/o Platt S. [2 markers]|
|BOLTON *||Charlotte A.||June 2, 1891 - June 1965; 74y; w/o Bain K.; nee DUSENBURY|
|BOLTON *||David C.||Jan 30, 1945 - Oct 23, 1993; 48y|
|BOLTON *||Elizabeth D.||1887 - Nov 21, 1968; 81y; 2nd w/o Seward N.; nee DUSENBURY|
|BOLTON *||Esther M.||1926 - ; w/o Leon G.|
|BOLTON *||Inez M.||Aug 31, 1915 - Jan 19, 2001; 85y; w/o Leonard K.|
|BOLTON *||Leon G.||July 12, 1919 - June 12, 1999; 79y; h/o Esther M.; s/o Bain K. & Charlotte A. (Dusenbury); US Army - WW II Vet [2 markers]|
|BOLTON *||Leonard K.||May 8, 1917 - Apr 1983; 65y; h/o Inez M.|
|BOLTON *||Patricia||aged 8m|
|BOLTON||Seward N.||1877 - 1940; 63y; h/o Letitia & Elizabeth DUSENBURY; s/o Platt S.|
|BRADT *||Mary||1866 - 1947; w/o William; nee BARNES|
|BRADT *||William||1847 - Feb 16, 1909; h/o Mary BARNES|
|BRADT *||William||1898 - 1899; s/o William & Mary (Barnes)|
|BRAND *||Alma||July 12, 1891 - July 1971; 80y; w/o Claude L.; nee TRICKEY|
|BRAND *||Anna B.||1866 - Sept 12, 1947; w/o Elmer E.; nee BURD; 81y; 4 sons, 2 daus, 2 bros, 1 sis [obit below]|
|BRAND *||Beulah||1896 - 1975; unwed; d/o Elmer E. & Anna B|
|BRAND *||Christina||1822 - 1896; w/o Philipp|
|BRAND *||Claude L.||1890 - Nov 12, 1941; 51y; h/o Alma L. TRICKEY; s/o Elmer; 2 sons, 1 dau, 4 bros, 2 sis [obit below]|
|BRAND *||Cora||July 1864 - Dec 15, 1916; 52y; w/o Edwin H.; nee STIG; 1 son, 2 daus & 2 sis [obit below]|
|BRAND *||Edwin H.||Mar 1860 - 1945; h/o Cora STIG; b/o Elmer E.|
|BRAND *||Elmer E.||1861 - Jan 3, 1941; 79y; h/o Anna BURD; 5 sons; 2 daus, b/o Edwin H. [obit]|
|BRAND *||Elmer L.||Oct 29, 1910 - Aug 1982; 71y; h/o Grace DEMONI|
|BRAND *||Ethel H.||Apr 26, 1892 - Jan 1982; 89y; w/o Murray C.|
|BRAND *||Golda H.||Mar 30, 1918 - Jan 18, 1984 Middlesex, NY; 65y|
|BRAND *||Gordon E.||June 14, 1904 - May 20, 1970 Naples; 65y|
|BRAND *||Grace D.||Oct 9, 1916 - Aug 30, 2001 Rochester, NY; 84y; w/o Elmer L.; nee DEMONI|
|BRAND *||La May||1852 - Sept 6, 1917; 65y;|
|BRAND *||Letha Bernice||Sept 25, 1910 - Feb 2, 1923; 12y; d/o Murray C & Ethel (Hulse) [obit below]|
|BRAND *||Lottie R.||1858 - 19??:; w/o La May|
|BRAND *||Murray C.||Jan 28, 1888 - Nov 11, 1973; 85y; h/o Ethel HULSE [m:11/17]; bro, Maurice; 2 sis: Miss Beulah & Mrs. Mildred Ives of Arlington, VA [obit below]|
|BRAND *||Phillip||1818 - 1901; h/o Christina|
|BRANDOW *||Charles W.||1863 - 1888; 25y; s/o William & Mary (Benedict)|
|BRANDOW *||Clark W.||1885 - 1897; 12y; s/o William & Mary (Benedict)|
|BRANDOW *||Emma P.||1870 - 1929; 59y; w/o Robert|
|BRANDOW *||Mary||1835 - 1900; 65y; w/o William; nee BENEDICT|
|BRANDOW *||Nanna L.||1875 - 1901; 26y|
|BRANDOW *||Robert W.||Nov 7, 1866 - Apr 4, 1926; 59y; s/o William & Mary E. (Benedict)|
|BRANDOW*||William||1828 - 1889; h/o Mary BENEDICT|
|BROWN *||Celinda S.||1821 - Jan 4, 1890; 69y; w/o John N.; nee THORNTON|
|BROWN||Debba||Feb 1854 - July 11, 1930; 76y,5m; w/o David; 2 sons, 2 daus, 2 sis, 2 bros [obit below]|
|BROWN *||John N.||Sept 12, 1857 - Jan 31, 1879; 22y; s/o John N. Sr. & Celinda S. THORNTON|
|BROWN *||John||1796 - Nov 12, 1870; 74y; h/o Sarah TUTTLE; War of 1812 Vet|
|BROWN *||Malachi T.||1825 - Jan 12, 1899; 74y,7m; h/o Olive; s/o John & Sarah (Tuttle); son, Wm. W; 1st ? Regt, Co. F, NYV - Civil War Vet [obit below]|
|BROWN||Mrs||died 1930; 73y; sis/o Mrs. Spencer Barrett|
|BROWN *||Sarah||1804 - Aug 31, 1889; 85y; w/o John; nee TUTTLE [stone broken & buried]|
|BUNNELL *||Charles M.||died May 31, 1870; 40y; h/o Elizabeth|
|BUNNELL||Francis M.||no dates; Civil War Vet [research further]|
|BUNNELL *||George W.||1843 - July 23, 1882; h/o Mary; Civil War Vet|
|BURD||Eliza||died Mar 24, 1925 MI; 64y; w/o Peter; dau: Nina [obit]|
|BURD||Ina Mae||died Apr 12, 1923; 22y; w/o Peter C; nee BRAND [obit below]|
|BURD *||James Dewey||May 2, 1899 - Nov 1968; 69y; h/o Mildred A.|
|BURD *||Marsha A.||June 1842 - 1922; w/o William C.; nee TUTTLE (name also spelled BIRD occasionally)|
|BURD*||Mildred A.||Apr 22, 1907 - Dec 11, 2001; 94y; w/o J. Dewey|
|BURD*||Nettie J.||1868 - 1943; w/o William Curtis; nee COLE|
|BURD||Nina O.||1877 - July 20, 1949; 72y|
|BURD*||Peter C.||Oct 18, 1896 - Jun 1966; 69y; h/o Ina Mae BRAND|
|BURD *||William C.||Feb 1835 - Mar 12, 1903; 68y; h/o Marsha A TUTTLE|
|BURD *||William Curtis||Mar 17, 1868 - Nov 25, 1955; h/o Nettie J. COLE|
|BURKE *||Mabel M.||1889 - abt Oct 7, 1959 Rochester; 70y [short obit]|
|CAHOON *||Hiram||died Apr 17, 1860; 45y; h/o Adeline|
|CAPRINI *||Bernice J.||1927 - ; w/o Chester F.|
|CAPRINI *||Chester F.||1927 - ; h/o Bernice J.|
|CAPRINI *||Leandro "Leo"||Dec 28, 1888 Rome, Italy - May 8, 1959; 70y; h/o ???; son, Chester & step dau: Mrs. Anna Valenti; 'Grandpa' [obit]|
|CARLTON||Moore||died May 14, 2002; 85y|
|CARSON||Cora M.||Nov 29, 1905 - Nov 1969; 63y|
|CLARK *||Abigail||1796 - 1847; w/o James (2 pics)|
|CLARK *||James Boudine||1792 - Dec 30, 1868; h/o Abigail|
|COBB *||Agnes||1869 - 1951; w/o Charles N.; nee HICKS|
|COBB *||Charles N.||1861 - 1937; h/o Agnes HICKS|
|COLE *||Charles||died Mar or Aug 10, 1831; 9m,10d; s/o Robert & Lois [slate facing broken & off stone]|
|COLE *||Lois||died Aug 14, 1851; 54y,11,14d; w/o Robert|
|COOK||John S.A.||1946 - 1949|
|CONNER||William||died late Sept 1912 Savona; f/o Mrs. Emmett Coye [obit below]|
|COOPER||Abbie E.||Aug 31, 1925 - Apr 1998; 72y|
|COOPER *||baby boy||died 1943|
|COOPER *||Charlotte E.||1880 - 1914; w/o Edwin R.|
|COOPER *||Donald J.||June 13, 1933 - Jan 22, 2002; 68y (Flag)|
|COOPER *||Edwin R.||1872 - 1938; h/o Charlotte E.|
|COOPER *||Floyd H.||Sept 7, 1923 - Nov 20, 1992 Naples, NY; 69y; h/o Lillian EMMONS; USMC - WW II Vet [2 markers]|
|COOPER *||Lillian||Dec 11, 1920 - Nov 1983; 62y; w/o Floyd H.; nee EMMONS|
|COOPER *||Mary Jane||Mar 23, 1928 - Oct 22, 1970; 42y|
|COOPER *||Roy Edwin||Jan 24, 1917 - May 5, 1943; 26y; h/o Lillian EMMONS; s/o Edward & Lena (Cole); 4 sis; 6 bros: Floyd, Maynard, Lawrence [listed 2x], Walter, Donald ; [another obit says 23y] auto accident [obit below]|
|CORNER *||Emerson||1851 - 1???; s/o William & Melissa (Austin) (b 1853 per 1850 census)|
|CORNER *||Melissa||1834 - 1878; w/o William; nee AUSTIN|
|CORNER *||Melvin||1871 - 1894; s/o William|
|CORNER *||William E||1833 - Sept 23, 1912 Sonora; 80y; h/o Emma & ??? & Melissa AUSTIN; 5 daus; Civil War Vet [short & long obit below]|
|CORSER||Helen Henrietta||Dec 18, 1876 - June 16, 1892; 15y|
|COUSE *||Betsey||died Apr 17, 1852; 63y,5m, 8d; w/o John|
|COUSE *||Caroline||Mar 1, 1817 - Dec 19, 1896; 79y;d/o John & Betsy; unwed|
|COUSE||Henry||1820 - 1837; 17y; s/o John & Betsey|
|COUSE *||Hiram||1830 - July 30, 1861; 31y,6m,9d; s/o John & Betsey|
|COUSE *||Isaac N.||died July 17, 1881; 65y; s/o John & Betsey [1860 census aged 40y; 1870, aged 55y]|
|COUSE *||John||Dec 1789 - Nov 15, 1848; aged 58y,11m, 4d; h/o Betsey|
|COUSE *||Sally Ann||Jan 29, 1822 - Jan 1, 1894; 71y, 11m; d/o John & Betsy; unwed|
|COX *||Charlotte E||1868 - May 27, 1947; unwed; (1900 census states (wife's) cousin to Joseph Batterson)|
|COX *||Charlotte||Feb 15,1803 - Sept 15, 1878; 75y,7m; w/o William|
|COX *||Hellen G.||died Mar 19, 1880; w/o Wm. P.|
|COX *||Mary E.||not legible|
|COX *||William P.||1828 - Jan 10, 1882; 54y,4m; h/o Hellen G; s/o William & Charlotte|
|COYE||David W.||1870 - 1948; h/o Emma HICKS|
|COYE||Emma||1872 - Mar 14, 1903; 29y,10m; w/o David W.; nee HICKS; sis, Mrs. John Hawkins; bros: John & Edgbert;|
|CRANE *||Abigail C.||Apr 24, 1820 - June 20, 1848; 28y; nee CRANE|
|CRANE *||Elam||July 7, 1768 - Nov 27, 1850; 82y; h/o Grace M. CLARK|
|CRANE *||George||Sept 6, 1811 - May 20, 1886; 74y; h/o Sarah MARTIN|
|CRANE *||Grace M.||Oct 6, 1776 - Dec 29, 1844; 68y; w/o Elam; nee CLARK|
|CRANE *||Joseph C.||Mar 20, 1822 - Feb 13, 1848; 25y, 11m|
|CRANE *||Sarah A.||Oct 8, 1809 - Feb 10, 1847; 37y,4m|
|CRANE *||Sarah||Mar 15, 1822 - Sept 20, 1890; 68y; w/o George; nee MARTIN|
|CROOKER||Franklin||died Feb 7, 1851; 61y; h/o Percy|
|CROOKER *||Percy M.||died Feb 26, 1851; 56y; w/o Franklin|
|CURRIER *||Elizabeth||died Oct 16, 1837; 18y,2m,11d; d/o David & Elizabeth|
|CURRIER *||Huldah||1763 - Mar 16, 1841; 78y,10m,24d; w/o Deacon James|
|DAVIS *||Benjamin||Mar 1844 - 1929; h/o Georgia Ann MAXFIELD Civil War Vet|
|DAVIS||Catherine||on stone w/ Wesley|
|DAVIS *||David||1783 - Jan 21, 1865; 82y,2m; h/o Elizabeth; War of 1812 Vet|
|DAVIS *||David||died Jan 8, 1827; age 8y,1m,2d; s/o David|
|DAVIS *||Frank||June 1890 - 1906; s/o Benjamin & Georgia Ann (Maxfield)|
|DAVIS *||Georgia Anna "Annie"||June 1845 - Feb 18, 1929; 83y; w/o Benjamin; nee MAXFIELD; 3 daus, 2 sons [obit below as Mrs. Anna]|
|DAVIS||Mary E.||1817 - 1887; w/o Wesley; d/o John & Catherine GAGE|
|DAVIS||Wesley||June 3, 1816 - July 29, 1894; h/o Mary E. GAGE|
|DAY *||Bertie||died Feb 14, 1873; 2y,3m,21d; s/o Charles & Sarah|
|DENNIS *||family stone|
|DENNIS *||John Jr.||1844 - Apr 20, 1865; s/o John & Margaret; Civil War Vet|
|DENNIS *||John||1800 Eng - 1889; h/o Margaret|
|DENNIS *||Margaret||1811 Eng - 1891; w/o John|
|DENNIS *||Robert||1847 - 1885; 38y; s/o John & Margaret|
|DENNIS *||Robert||aged 12y; s/o John|
|DENNIS *||Thomas||1850 - Oct 1904; 54y; unwed; s/o John & Margaret; [left his property to Ontario Orphan Asylum]|
|DOCTEUR *||Betty||1946 - ;w/o Terrance|
|DOCTEUR *||Gertrude||1926 - ; w/o Russell W.|
|DOCTEUR *||Russell W.||May 26, 1917 - June 14, 2000; 83y; h/o Gertrude|
|DOCTEUR *||Terrance||1944 - ; h/o Betty|
|DRAYN *||Emery||Apr 12, 1901 - July 1978; 77y; h/o Helen BARNES|
|DRAYN *||Helen||Dec 26, 1899 - Oct 1976; 76y; w/o Emory; nee BARNES|
|DRAYN *||John E.||1889 - 1925; h/o Vedah|
|DRAYN *||Vedah||1889 - 1943; w/o John E.|
|DUTCHER *||Abbie||Aug 13, 1904 - Mar 6, 1994; 89y; w/o Raymond W.; nee JOHNSON|
|DUTCHER||George||Feb 15, 1924 - Mar 12, 1999; 75y|
|DUTCHER *||Raymond W.||Aug 29, 1898 - Nov 1981; 83y; h/o Abbie JOHNSON (Flag)|
|EATON *||Alicia||died Mar 28, 1843 ?; 79y; w/o Cyril|
|EATON *||Ruth||died May 14, 1846; aged 37y,2m,13d; w/o Isaac|
|EDDIE||Lottie||died 1951; aged 94y|
|FLETCHER||Earl Stewart||1895 - June 14, 1947; h/o Annie J.; (per 1920 census); steps/o Mortimer & Jennie Parsons WW I Vet (per 1910 census) [obit below]|
|FLETCHER||Isaac||no dates; no marker found|
|FLETCHER *||Mary||died Feb 11, 1833; 46y; w/o Joseph|
|FLETCHER *||Mary||died July 26, 1824; 36y; w/o James|
|FOX *||Ada M.||Feb 1866 - June 6, 1933; 67y; w/o John; nee DENMORE; sons: Wm. & Raymond; 3 daus [in husb's obit]|
|FOX *||Anna||Nov 2, 1910 - Jan 1982; 71y; w/o Oscar B.; nee WIXOM m: 11/30/1933|
|FOX *||Clara A.||Feb 5, 1909 - Aug 21, 2002; w/o Stuart F.; nee SHAY|
|FOX *||Elizabeth||July 13, 1828 - Aug 9, 1901; 73y; nee BARNES|
|FOX *||Herbert J.||July 14, 1891 - Apr 1971; 79y; h/o Rose B.|
|FOX *||John||Dec 1859 Eng - May 13, 1941; 81y; h/o Ada M. DENMORE; sons: Wm. & Ray [obit below]|
|FOX *||Joseph||Sept 18, 1864 Eng - Feb 26, 1925; 60y; h/o Lydia A. RANDALL; s/o Joseph & Sarah (Wilkinson); bro: John & 2 sis: Mrs. Sarah Middlebrook & Mrs. Naomi Covert [obit]|
|FOX *||Lydia A.||June 1869 - Feb 23,1960; 90y; w/o Joseph; d/o Almond & Lucy (Crandall) RANDALL; sons: Stewart & Oscar; 3 daus: Mrs. Austin C. Lee, Mrs. Julius Rose & Miss Marian; sis: Mrs. Angie Barnes; bro: Clarence Randall [obit]|
|FOX *||Mabel A.||Dec 15, 1898 - Apr 20, 1984; 85y; w/o Raymond J.; nee CUDDEBACK|
|FOX *||Oscar B.||Mar 28, 1909 - July 14, 1980; 71y; h/o Anna WIXOM|
|FOX *||Raymond J.||Apr 14, 1897 - Feb 23, 1986; h/o Mabel A. CUDDEBACK [m: 12/22/20]|
|FOX *||Rose B.||1895 - 1988; w/o Herbert J.|
|FOX *||Stuart F.||Mar 2, 1898 - Mar 25, 1989; 91y; h/o Clara A. SHAY|
|FRANK *||Harry C.||Feb 2, 1920 - Jan 9, 2004 FL; 83y (flag)|
|FRANK *||Naida E.||Mar 15, 1919 - June 1987 FL; 68y|
|FREELAND *||Garrett||Nov 9, 1815 NJ - Sept 16, 1893; 77y; h/o Ann Eliza; 3rd NY , Co C. - Civil War Vet|
|FREELAND *||John||Sept 8, 1806 NJ - June 24, 1880; 73y|
|FREELAND *||Nancy J.||1843 - Dec 10, 1855; 4y,10m,18d; d/o Garrett & Ann Eliza|
|FREER *||E. Amanda||died Aug 11, 1856; 36y; w/o William|
|FREER *||Elizabeth||Feb 3, 1830 - Oct 8, 1895; w/o Henry|
|FREER *||Emma A.||1860 - 1936; w/o Hiram W.|
|FREER *||Henry||June 10, 1818 - Dec 24, 1902; h/o Elizabeth|
|FREER *||Hiram W.||1860 - 1948; h/o Emma A.|
|FREER||James H.||died 1857; 22y|
|FURNUM *||Betsey Ann||1838 - 1910 (1900 census May 1834; age 64y; m. 35y)|
|FURNUM *||Charles L.||1870 - 1930; h/o Sara?; s/o Betsey Ann|
|GAGE *||family gate||1860 broken gate on plot of John Gage|
|GAGE *||Catherine||1796 - Feb 6, 1884; 88y; w/o John|
|GAGE *||John||1786 - Mar 20, 1858; 72y,6m,8d; h/o Catherine; War of 1812 Vet|
|GAGE||John||1841 - 1843|
|GAGE||Lydia||died 1841; 9m|
|GAGE||Mary E.||1817 - 1887|
|GAGE plot 1330 *||Mom & Dad|
|GAGE||Samantha||July 19, 1829 - Feb 19, 1865 (1850 - living w/John & Catherine)|
|GAGE||Thomas J.||1826 - 1843|
|GARDNER||Euphrasia E.||died Feb 20, 1918; 84y; sons: Adelevan &Adelbert; bro, Galue RANDALL [obit]|
|GEARHART *||Darlene K.||1955 - May 18, 1991|
|GEARHART *||Elizabeth A.||Oct 13, 1938 - Oct 1969; 31y; 1st w/o Wm. H.|
|GEARHART *||George C.||Dec 16, 1942 - May 13, 2004; 61y; s/o Hiram H. & Verna K.|
|GEARHART *||Hiram H.||June 26, 1912 - Mar 1982; 69y; h/o Verna K.|
|GEARHART *||Verna K.||Mar 30, 1921 - Apr 7,1995; 74y w/o Hiram H.|
|GEARHART *||William H.||1939 - ; h/o Elizabeth A.|
|GOFF *||Charles||1857 - 1930; h/o Mary|
|GOFF *||Clifford||1897 - 1953; h/o Ethel J.|
|GOFF *||Ethel J.||1913 - July 23, 1931; w/o Clifford; d/o Milton RIDER|
|GOFF *||Glenn W. (Pvt)||Jan 5, 1903 - July 14, 1964; Co. 2 BN, 327 Gli - WW II Vet|
|GOFF *||Mary||1858 - 19??; w/o Charles|
|GOLDSMITH *||Abbie||1862 - 1896|
|GOLDSMITH *||Audrey||1811 Canada - 1899; w/o George|
|GOLDSMITH *||Conger||Apr 1850 Canada - 1905; bro to Joanna COLE; s/o George & Audrey; unwed|
|GREEN *||Ann Eliza||1829 - 1891; w/o Kelly W.|
|GREEN *||Anna E.||1865 - 1875; d/o Kelly W. & Ann E.|
|GREEN *||Anna L.||died Apr 10, 1899; 3m; d/o Charles E. & Julia (Rogers)|
|GREEN *||Carleton R||died Nov 17, 1896; 3m; s/o Charles E. & Julia (Rogers)|
|GREEN *||Charles E.||1866 - 1943; h/o Julia ROGERS|
|GREEN||Elizabeth||died Oct 11, 1869; 68y; w/o Henry; ; nee KELLY; mother of Miles|
|GREEN *||Henry||died Mar 28, 1836; 38y; h/o Elizabeth KELLY|
|GREEN *||Julia R.||Jan 24, 1864 - Oct 30, 1955; 91y; w/o Charles E.; d/o Newton & Anzolett or Anglolepp (Staldin) E. ROGERS; 2 daus [obit]|
|GREEN *||Kelly W.||1828 - 1904; h/o Ann Eliza|
|GREEN *||Louise A.||Sept 12, 1894 - Oct 1986 Corning, NY; 92y|
|GREEN *||Martin W.||1854 - 1876; s/o Kelly W. & Ann E.|
|GREEN *||William H.||Mar 14, 1834 - June 8, 1906; 72y; h/o Maryette WILBUR; s/o Henry & Elizabeth (Kelly) [he buried next to his parents, here]; gson of Rev. War patriot - Capt Henry GREEN & his wife, Submit CLARK (they buried at or near Rushville) [obit below]|
|GRIEVES||Nellie A.||1866 - ????|
|HAIGHT *||Benjamin E.||1793 - 1882; h/o Hannah NORTON; War of 1812 Vet|
|HAIGHT||Cynthia Abigail||1818 - ????; d/o Benjamin & Hannah (Norton)|
|HAIGHT *||Hannah||1795 - 1852; w/o Benjamin E.; nee NORTON|
|HAIGHT||Luman||no dates; s/o Benjamin E. & Hannah (Norton)|
|HENNINGER *||George E.||Feb 3, 1909 - Mar 1981; 72y h/o Mary J.|
|HENNINGER||Mary Ann||Sept 17, 1937 - Feb 23, 2007 Newark, NY; 69y; unwed; d/o George E. & Mary T.|
|HENNINGER *||Mary T.||Feb 12, 1910 - July 25, 1994 Fairport, NY; 84y; w/o George E.|
|HICKS *||family stone|
|HICKS *||Albert||Apr 30, 1878 - Mar 1977; 98y; h/o Dessa SMITH; b/o Mrs. Ina Higley /Sackett|
|HICKS||Ann Eliza||Feb 1845 - Jan 11, 1919; 72y,11m; [stroke] ; w/o Isaac; nee HOLCOMB; kids: Edbert I., John M. & Mrs. Angeline Hawkins|
|HICKS *||Dessa S.||1867 - 1942; w/o Albert H.; nee SMITH|
|HICKS *||Elizabeth||Feb 6, 1893 - June 1979; 86y|
|HICKS *||Ellen L.||1847 - 1910; w/o Irwin E.; nee INGRAHAM (b. Jan 1854 per 1900 census)|
|HICKS *||George||s/o William H. & Lovina A. (Johnson)|
|HICKS *||Irwin H.||Nov 23, 1841 - Feb 20, 1930; 88y; h/o Ellen L INGRAHAM; 13th child of Martin & Melissa (Norton); 4 sons, 3 daus [obit]|
|HICKS||Isaac||1830 - 1896; h/o Ann Eliza HOLCOMB; s/o Martin & Melissa (Norton)|
|HICKS *||Jacob N.??????????|
|HICKS||Lewis||s/o William H. & Lovina A. (Johnson)|
|HICKS *||Lewis M.||died 1903; s/o John & Nellie|
|HICKS *||Lillian||d/o William H. & Lovina A. (Johnson)|
|HICKS *||Lovina A.||Oct 1843 - 1921; w/o William H.; d/o John & Rachel (Sanford) JOHNSON|
|HICKS *||Lydia H.||died Oct 26, 1887; 58y,5m; w/o Jacob N.|
|HICKS *||Martin H.||June 14, 1793 - Oct 25, 1879; 86y h/o Melissa NORTON|
|HICKS *||Melissa "Millicent"||May 30, 1796 - July 27, 1875; 79y; w/o Martin H.; nee NORTON|
|HICKS *||William H.||Mary 1838 - 1909; h/o Lovina A. JOHNSON; s/o Martin & Melissa (Norton)|
|HIGLEY *||Edith M.||Apr 1880 - 19??; w/o Wm. S.; nee SIMMONS [prob remarried]|
|HIGLEY *||Fred C||Apr 1871 - 1949; 1st husb of Ina S HICKS; s/o William C. & Jennie R. (Olney)|
|HIGLEY *||George||Oct 1823 - 1909; h/o Laura PENOYER (from 1860 census)|
|HIGLEY *||Ina S.||1872 - 1958; w/o Fred C.; nee HICKS (she re-married - see Ina Sackett, below)|
|HIGLEY *||Jennie R.||1860 - 1926; w/o William C.; nee OLNEY (1900 census b. Mar 1851)|
|HIGLEY *||Laura||1824 - 1869; w/o George; nee PENOYER|
|HIGLEY *||William C.||Feb 1846 or 49 - Oct ~ 10, 1931; 83y; h/o Jennie R. OLNEY; 2 sons, 2 sisters, 2 bros [hung himself]|
|HIGLEY *||William S.||Feb 1878 - Oct 11, 1907; 23y; h/o Edith M. SIMMONS; s/o Wm. C. & Jennie R. (Olney) [died of typhoid]|
|HINES||Olive||Oct 18, 1933 Waterloo; 63y; d/o Manley J. & Bessie (Johnson) FURMAN; w/o Wm.; 2 sons [obit]|
|HORN||John W.||1837 - 19??; Co G, 148th NY Inf - Civil War Vet (names listed on same stone as: Gould Benedict, Charles Johnson, Charles Sanford, John W. Horn, Joseph Housel, Wm. D. Bird & Edwin A. Martin)|
|HORTON *||Ruth||1897 - 1925|
|HOUSEL *||fam monu|
|HOUSEL *||Caroline||May 11, 1816 - 1901; w/o Joseph; nee SANFORD|
|HOUSEL *||Charles F.||1882 - 1939; s/o Frank B. & Inez S. (Hind)|
|HOUSEL||Charles W. (Capt)||died Nov 11, 1864; 24y,10m,14d; s/o Joseph & Caroline (Sanford); Co. G, 148th NYSV - Civil War Vet [killed at Fair Oaks, VA] [headstone spelled as HOWSEL]|
|HOUSEL *||Elizabeth||1830 - ??? 3, 1858; 28y,11m,?d; w/o Jasper|
|HOUSEL *||Francis "Frank" B.||1857 - 1932; h/o Inez S. HIND; s/o Joseph & Caroline (Sanford)|
|HOUSEL *||Hiram D.||died Oct 23, 1866; 13y; s/o Joseph & Caroline (Sanford)|
|HOUSEL *||Inez S.||1861 - Feb 9, 1950; 89y;w/o Frank B.; nee HIND|
|HOUSEL *||Jasper||1775 NJ - July 2, 1867; 92y,11m,5d?; h/o ??? & Elizabeth; father of Joseph; War of 1812 Vet link|
|HOUSEL *||Joseph||May 11, 1807 NJ - Mar 12, 1865; 57y,3m,29d; h/o Caroline SANFORD; s/o Jasper; [m: 11/30/1834 - DAR Bible Vol 93: pg 69-72] (names listed on same stone as: Gould Benedict, Charles Johnson, Charles Sanford, John W. Horn, Wm. D. Bird & Edwin A. Martin)|
|HOUSEL *||Joseph Jr.||Dec 23, 1841 (ck out) - May 19, 1861 Wilderness, VA; 19y; s/o Joseph & Caroline (Sanford) Co H., 4th NY H.A. - Civil War Vet [his individual stone, spelled as HOWSEL] (names listed on same stone as: Gould Benedict, Charles Johnson, Charles Sanford, John W. Horn, Wm. D. Bird & Edwin A. Martin)|
|HOVEY *||Amos W.||July 1818 - 1915; h/o Henriette|
|HOVEY *||Henrietta B. T.||Apr 1841 - 1928; w/o Amos W.|
|HULBERT *||Elijah||1795 - 1875; h/o Lucy BARTRUM|
|HURLBERT||Lucy||Mar 9, 1797 Hartford, CT - Jan 15, 1890; 92y; w/o Elijah; nee BARTRUM [obit below spelled as HuRlbert]]|
|HULBERT *||Lucy||1802 - 1887; w/o Elijah; nee BARTRUM|
|HULSE *||Fanny J.||Oct 26, 1824 Orange Co., NY - Oct 23, 1873; 40y; w/o Henry [1832-1906]; d/o John & Sarah (Tuttle) BROWN|
|HULSE *||James Henry||Oct 10, 1866 - Apr 19, 1945; h/o Lizzie E. HAYES & Minnie Laura CASE; s/o Henry & Fanny J. (Brown)|
|HULSE *||Minnie Laura||1882 - Oct 19, 1934; w/o Mr. SCHUTT & 2nd w/o James Hulse; nee CASE|
|HUNN *||Gladys||1898 - 1928?; w/o Morton G.; d/o William H. & Edith M. OUTHOUSE [headstone stated died 1928, yet his obit states she is still alive]|
|HUNN *||Morton G.||Dec 4, 1895 - Nov 11, 1938; 42y; h/o Gladys OUTHOUSE; s/o Alexander Z. & Myra D.; 2 sis, 1 bro; [obit]|
|INGRAHAM *||Chauncey Fathergill||Sept 4, 1815 - Feb 6, 1901; h/o Polina Elizabeth CLARK; s/o Benjamin & Joanna (TREMAIN)|
|INGRAHAM *||James B.||July 30, 1847 - 1848; s/o Chauncey Fathergill & Polina Elizabeth (Clark)|
|INGRAHAM *||Mary||1852 - 1916; nee DAVIS|
|INGRAHAM *||Polina Elizabeth||Oct 1821 - Mar 1, 1901; w/o Chauncey Fathergill; d/o James Bowdoin & Abigail CLARK|
|JACOBS *||Mary E.||Mar 29, 1888 - Oct 1973; 85y|
|JENKINS *||Ethel||Apr 6, 1890 - Sept 12, 1890; d/o William A. & Mary|
|JENKINS *||William A.||Nov 14, 1858 - May 18, 1899; h/o Mary; s/o Joseph & Rancha|
|JENSEN *||Ethel E.||1899 - 1964; w/o Harry O.|
|JENSEN *||Harry O.||1898 - 1957; h/o Ethel E.|
|JILLET *||Abijah||died Aug 5, 1821; 50y,1m,20d; h/o Sarah|
|JILLET *||Sylvester||died Oct 29, 1825; 21y,5m,20d; s/o Abijah & Sarah|
|JILLET *||Sylvester||died July 6, 1855; 14d; s/o Lyman P. & Sarah|
|JOHNSON *||fam stone||and plot|
|JOHNSON *||Abbie||Aug 21, 1850 - Oct 4, 1907; 57y; w/o Hiram; nee CRANE|
|JOHNSON||Addie L.||Aug 19, 1860 - Sept 24, 1880; d/o John & Mary|
|JOHNSON *||Charles H.||July 31, 1902 - Aug 1979; 77y; US Army - WW Vet (names listed on same stone as: Gould Benedict, Charles Johnson, Charles Sanford, John W. Horn, Wm. D. Bird & Edwin A. Martin)|
|JOHNSON *||Clara W.||Oct 15, 1901 - July ??, 1962; 61y; w/o Harold M.; d/o Charles & Mary (Tiffany) WALBRIDGE [obit]|
|JOHNSON *||Frank||Apr 29, 1865 - Mar 8, 1951; 85y h/o Irene M.; s/o Charles P. & Hannah (Covert); 1 sis, 2 bros [obit]|
|JOHNSON*||George Crane||Sept 30, 1871 - Mar 11, 1964; 92y; h/o Mary Ellen WHITE; s/o Hiram & Abigail (Crane) JOHNSON [obit]|
|JOHNSON *||Grace M.||1876 - 1896; d/o Benjamin & Georgia Anna (Maxfield) DAVIS|
|JOHNSON *||H. Stanley||July 1894 - May 5, 1951; 56y; h/o Marion BISHOP; s/o Hiram & Abbie C.; bro, Geo. [flag near plot corner stone] [obit]|
|JOHNSON *||Harold M.||Sept 1899 - 1952; h/o Clara WALBRIDGE; s/o George & Mary E.|
|JOHNSON *||Hiram||Feb 14, 1847 - Feb 28, 1918; 71y; h/o Abbie CRANE|
|JOHNSON *||Ida A.||1861 - 1937; w/o John A.; d/o George & Eliza A. (Ward) CURTISS|
|JOHNSON *||Irene M.||1868 - 1961; w/o Frank|
|JOHNSON *||John||Aug 19, 1823 - 1916; h/o Rachel SANFORD & Mary F. CURTISS; s/o Robert & Lovina A. (Thurston)|
|JOHNSON *||John A.||Mar 11, 1859 - 1945; h/o Ida A. CURTISS; s/o John & Mary (Curtiss)|
|JOHNSON *||Leander||Sept 17, 1787 - June 13, 1852; h/o Olive; Davis Regt, NY Militia - War of 1812 Vet [2 markers]|
|JOHNSON *||Lovina A.||1791 - Mar 11, 1866; w/o Robert; nee THRUSTON|
|JOHNSON *||Marion||1892 - 1991; w/o H. Stanley; nee BISHOP|
|JOHNSON *||Mary F.||1825 - 1911; 2nd w/o John; d/o Chauncey CURTISS|
|JOHNSON *||Mary Ellen||May 1873 - 1944; w/o George C.; nee WHITE; son, Charles; dau, Mrs. Ray Dutcher [obit]|
|JOHNSON *||Olonzo (Alonzo)||Oct 3, 1814 - July 18, 1888; h/o Sophia; s/o Leander & Susannah (Rosekrans)|
|JOHNSON *||Rachel||1824 - Oct 31, 1855; 1st w/o John; nee SANFORD [stone has dod 1856]|
|JOHNSON *||Robert||1769 - Jan 6, 1864; h/o Lovina A. THURSTON|
|JOHNSON *||Robert C.||1932 - 1938|
|JOHNSON *||Sophia B.||Dec 17, 1814 - June 30, 1883; w/o Olonzo|
|JOHNSON *||Virginia H.||1896 - 1961; nee HEATH|
|unknown 1205 *||(prob a Johnson)||[stone toppled on face; between Robert Johnson & John Johnson]|
|KELLY *||Elisha||1775 - Feb 1, 1850; 74y; h/o Lydia HAMMOND [see history note below- 1908 article]|
|KELLY *||Lydia||1776 - July 30, 1836; 60y; w/o Elisha; nee HAMMOND|
|KNAPP *||Caroline B.||Dec 30, 1832 - Feb 3, 1886; 53y; w/o Lebreus; nee PIERCE or PRICE|
|KUBALA *||Jason Joseph||Feb 23, 1963 - May 28, 1963; inf|
|KUBALA *||Bernice||1929 - 1982|
|LACEY *||Arthur R.||1880 - 1918; h/o Edith M.|
|LACEY *||Edith M.||1890 - Aug 21, 1960; 70y; w/o Arthur R.; no kids [obit]|
|LAKE *||Sarah A.||died Aug 21, 1872; 66y|
|LAKE *||Ursula M.||Nov 1849 - Apr 17, 1852; 2y,6m,2d [dob from census; aged 10m in Sept 1850]|
|LEAKE *||Alanson H.||died July 25, 1832; 11y|
|LEAKE *||Amelia A.||died Mar 25, 1832; 10y,9m,26d|
|LEAKE *||Eliza||died June 18, 1822; 10d|
|LEAKE *||Mary E.||died Aug 28, 1864; 1y,3m,2d; d/o E. J. & M. C.|
|LEAKE *||Ulala M.||died Mar 30, 1835; 2y,9m,18d; d/o Arnold & Amanda|
|LEE *||Austin C.||Oct 25, 1889 - May 3, 1958; h/o Lucy FOX; s/o Charles T. & Eliza (Burd); son, Elwood; bro, Clifford E. [obit]|
|LEE *||Bertha H.||Oct 9, 1853 - Apr 14, 1928; 74y; w/o Wm. [pre-deceased her]; d/o Henry & Fanny (Brown) HULSE; bros: Arvile & James Hulse & 2 sis [obit below]|
|LEE *||Elwood J.||May 23, 1926 - Apr 15, 1991; 64y; h/o Diann|
|LEE||Hattie||1858 - Apr 15, 1928; 70y; w/o Wm|
|LEE *||Lorraine||1928 - 1940|
|LEE||Lucy||Apr 30 1890 - July 1991; 101y; nee FOX|
|LEGATES *||Florence||1924 - 1971; nee SANDS|
|LIVERMORE *||Hiram||died Aug 5, 1850; 64y; h/o Laura B.; s/o John & Sarah (1850 census has age as 41y) [stone broken off base & not readable]|
|LIVERMORE *||John||died May 20, 1866; 83y; h/o Sarah|
|LIVERMORE *||Laura B.||died May 5, 1888; 76y,2m,18d; w/o Hiram|
|LIVERMORE *||Sarah||died Mar 15, 1853; 67y; w/o John|
|LONG||Laura Lucy||Oct 20, 1903 - May 5, 1975 Rochester, NY; 71y|
|LONG *||Thomas J.||1904 - 1964|
|LUFFMAN *||Bonnie Jean||1968 - 1987; d/o James E. & Emma L. (Peck)|
|LUFFMAN *||Emma Lou||1943 - ; w/o James Ernest; nee PECK|
|LUFFMAN *||Ernest||Mar 24, 1908 - Feb 1986; 77y; h/o Marion|
|LUFFMAN *||James Ernest||June 28, 1943 - Dec 26, 2000; 57y; h/o Emma Lou PECK|
|LUFFMAN *||Marion||July 15, 1920 MT - Oct 27, 2010; 90y; w/o Ernest; d/o Wm, & Jennie BLADWIN|
|LYON *||Frank M.||died May 22, 1914; 62y; h/o ???; 4 sons, 3 daus; bros, Charles & Hiram [obit below]|
|LYON *||Helen||died 1933|
|LYONS *||Edwin H.||1892 - 1949; h/o Hannah P.|
|LYONS *||Hannah P.||1896 - 1948; w/o Edwin H.|
|LYONS *||Leroy C.||Jan 8, 1892 - Mar 20, 1948; 56y; h/o Myrtle BRAND; s/o Frank M. & Helen (Fox); 2 sons, 1 dau; 2 bros, 3 sis [obit below]|
|MAC GRADY *||Ellen H.||1869 - 1953|
|MAC GRADY *||Marion N.||1878 - Jan 4, 1951 Rochester [short obit]|
|MARTIN||Abigail||died 1851; 69y; w/o John R.; nee NORTON|
|MARTIN||Anna E.||1865 - 1875|
|MARTIN||Caroline||Sept 16, 1804 VT - May 8, 1875; w/o George T.; d/o William G. & Lucy (Palmer) KINGSLEY|
|MARTIN*||Edwin A.||Co. B, 18th NY Inf, - Civil War Vet [unknown actual burial place] (name listed on same stone as: Joseph Housel, Charles Johnson, Charles Sanford, John Horn, Gould R. Benedict & Wm. D. Bird)|
|MARTIN *||George T.||Apr 8, 1803 - Mar 17, 1870; 67y,11m,12d; h/o Caroline KINGSLEY; s/o John R. & Abigail (Norton)|
|MARTIN||John R.||died 1852; 73y; h/o Abigail NORTON|
|MARTIN *||Lydia H.||1809 - 1867; 58y; w/o Winthrop W.; nee HICKS|
|MARTIN *||Sabina A.||Jan 1843 - 1930; w/o Wm. Harrison; d/o Adeline CAHOON|
|MARTIN *||Sarah A.||1870 - May 18, 1887; 47y,8m,2d; w/o Robert|
|MARTIN||W. A.||1854 - 1876|
|MARTIN *||Wm. Harrison||July 6, 1840 - 1913;h/o Sabina A. CAHOON; s/o George T. & Caroline (Kingsley)|
|MARTIN *||Winthrop N.||1819 - Feb 19, 1875; aged 56y; h/o Lydia HICKS|
|MATHER||Lucius Chauncey||Nov 11, 1848 - Aug 20, 1944; 95y|
|MATHER||Winthrop N.||died Feb 19, 1876; 57y|
|MATHER||Zachariah||died Feb 13, 1898|
|MC CABE *||Ann T.||July 3, 1925 - ; w/o Clarence|
|MC CABE *||Clarence||Mar 30, 1914 - Dec 19, 2009; 95y; h/o Ann T.|
|MC GEE *||Ann Eliza||died Apr 15, 1855; 21y; w/o Harvey|
|MC GOWN *||Maria L.||died Feb 22, 1850; 78y,10m,9d; w/o George|
|MC GRADY||Ellen||Aug 5, 1869 - Sept 10, 1953; w/o Marion; d/o Stephen & Marie HUEY|
|MC GRADY||Marion||June 29, 1879 - Jan 4, 1851; h/o Ellen HUEY; s/o Richard Henry & Catherine J. (Wolbert)|
|MC KERR *||Emory F.||Nov 7, 1915 - Apr 14, 1989; 73y; h/o Joan D. US Navy - WW II Vet [2 markers]|
|MC KERR *||Joan||July 17, 1918 - Apr 1973; 53y; w/o Emory F.|
|MEADER *||Ferdinand D.||1853 - 1929; h/o Nancy M. GOFF|
|MEADER *||Nancy Margaret||1867 - 1925; w/o Ferdinand D.; d/o Asa & Margaret GOFF|
|MEEKS *||Agnes E.||1859 - 1921; w/o George|
|MEEKS *||George||1859 Eng - 1942; h/o Agnes E.; bro to Leonard D.|
|MEEKS *||Leonard D.||1856 Eng - Nov 18, 1883; 27y,4m; bro to George|
|MIDDLEBROOK||Clifford||Mar 3, 1903 - Oct 21, 1974; 71y|
|MIDDLEBROOK*||Edwin C.||1928 - ; h/o L. Gay|
|MIDDLEBROOK*||L. Gay||1932 - 1991; w/o Edwin C.|
|MIDDLEBROOK*||Stuart C.||May 25, 1927 - Sept 5, 2001; 74y|
|MILLER||Jessie||1869 - 1945|
|MILLER *||Marion||1886 - 1955; nee HOUSEL|
|MILLER *||Minor Voneida||Feb 8, 1888 - Aug 1975; 87y|
|MITCHELL *||Ina F.||died Oct 18, 1863; 5m|
|MITCHELL *||L. D.||died Aug 4, 1865; 33y,5m,6d - Civil War Vet|
|MOLATT||Sarah||1755 - 1821; 66y; w/o David; nee BENEDICT|
|MONKS *||family stone||#1157|
|MONKS||Anson J.||1876 - buried May 24, 1904; 27y; of New Mexico; s/o Jonathan & Ella B. (Trickey); Soldier [obit below]|
|MONKS||Charles||1811 NJ - 18??; h/o Phoebe|
|MONKS *||Charles E.||1846 - 1923; h/o Mary E. HIGLEY|
|MONKS||Ella B.||1852 - 1890; w/o Jonathan J. nee TRICKEY|
|MONKS||Jonathan J.||1851 NJ - ????; h/o Nettie GRAVES & Ella B. TRICKEY|
|MONKS *||Mary E.||1850 - 1934; w/o Charles E.; d/o George HIGLEY|
|MONKS||Nettie||1866 - ????; w/o Jonathan J.; nee GRAVES|
|MONKS||Phoebe||1816 - 1891; w/o Charles|
|MOORE *||Carlton George||Aug 7, 1916 - Jan 20, 2002; 85y; h/o Margurite J. (flag)|
|MOORE *||Margurite J.||Sept 16, 1923 - Sept 4, 2007; 83y; w/o C. George; d/o Harold & Clara (Walbridge) JOHNSON|
|MORGAN||Daryl||died ug 30, 1971; infant|
|MORGAN *||Elijah||1829 - 1907; h/o Margaret|
|MORGAN *||Fannie A.||Sept 16, 1920 - Feb 3, 2004; 83y; w/o LaVerne A.|
|MORGAN *||James D.||1829 - 1907; h/o Margaret; s/o Elijah & Margaret|
|MORGAN *||LaVerne A.||Apr 10, 1913 - Jan 9, 1991; 77y; h/o Fannie A.|
|MORGAN *||Margaret||1835 - 1928; w/o James D.|
|MORGAN||Margaret||1863 - 1947; w/o Elijah|
|MORGAN *||William G.||1863 - Nov 3, 1947; s/o Elijah [obit]|
|MOTHERSELL||Mary||died May 26, 1935; 85y; w/o W. B. Williams & Mr. Mothersell [obit below]|
|NARACONG *||Jacqueline||Feb 2, 1920 - Aug 7, 2007; 87y; w/o Raymond; nee CASE; m: 11/13/1940|
|NARACONG *||Raymond "Putt"||Nov 25, 1914 - May 9,1991; 76y; h/o Jacqueline CASE|
|NELSON *||Delia||died Aug 19, 1850; 40y; w/o John; nee STERLING|
|NEWMAN *||Harold||June 22, 1905 - Mar 19, 1989; h/o Thelma|
|NEWMAN *||Louise||1883 - 1962; w/o ????; d/o Abraham & Hattie DE SMITH|
|NEWMAN *||Thelma||Oct 10, 1910 - Jan 1987; w/o Harold|
|OLMSTEAD||unknown||died May 24, 1947|
|O'NEILL *||Hugh P.||Oct 11, 1924 - June 26, 1998; 74y; h/o Pat|
|O'NEILL *||Pat||1931 - ; w/o Hugh P.|
|ORMSBY *||Harry G.||1877 - 1930; h/o Pearl M.|
|ORMSBY *||Pearl M.||1876 - 19??; w/o Harry G.|
|OUTHOUSE *||family monu|
|OUTHOUSE*||Charles||May 17, 1868 - Mar 14, 1949; h/o Effie A. JOHNSON; s/o Horace D. & Sarah G. (Housel)|
|OUTHOUSE *||Clifford B.||1908 - 19??; h/o Evelyn NEWTON|
|OUTHOUSE *||Edith M.||1875 - 1945; w/o William H.|
|OUTHOUSE *||Effie A.||Aug 18, 1870 - Sept 27, 1952; w/o Charles; d/o John & Caroline JOHNSON|
|OUTHOUSE *||Evelyn||1910 - 1969; 59y; w/o Clifford B.; nee NEWTON|
|OUTHOUSE *||Hazel M.||Dec 21, 1903 - Apr 1981; 77y|
|OUTHOUSE *||Horace D.||June 14, 1838 - Apr 5, 1922; 83y; h/o Sarah G. HOUSEL & Isabelle McJANNETT; s/o William & Rebecca (Mather) [obit below]|
|OUTHOUSE *||Isabelle L.||Apr 10, 1899 - May 19, 1900; d/o Charles E. & Effie A. (Johnson)|
|OUTHOUSE *||Sarah G.||1841 - Oct 19, 1883; w/o Horace D.; nee HOUSEL|
|OUTHOUSE *||William H.||1871 - 1941; h/o Edith M.; s/o Horace D. & Sarah G. (Housel)|
|PECK *||Arthur Bell||Jan 3, 1890 - Apr 21, 1957; 66y; h/o Goldie M.; s/o John & Catherine (Westbrook); son, Randall (boarded w/ Clarence & Hattie RANDALL) [obit]|
|PECK *||Evelyn M.||Sept 20, 1914 - Feb 22, 2002; 87y; w/o Randall|
|PECK *||Goldie M.||1894 - 1969; w/o Arthur B.|
|PECK *||John E. A.||1946 - 1949|
|PECK *||Randall||1919 - 1979; h/o Evelyn M.|
|PEDERSON *||Mary||1901 - 19??; w/o Olah; nee TIFFANY|
|PEDERSON *||Olah||Nov 3, 1890 - June 1965 Rochester, NY; 74y; h/o Mary TIFFANY|
|PENOYER *||Abraham L.||1860 - 1923; s/o Alvin & Harriet B. (Redner)|
|PENOYER *||Alven||Feb 12, 1801 - Apr 19, 1879; h/o Mary|
|PENOYER||Ann Eliza||Aug 29. 1813 - Mar 13, 1903; 89y; w/o Joseph Sterling; nee HOLCOMB [short obit below]|
|PENOYER *||Asahel W.||1824 - Apr 28, 1869; 45y,3m; h/o Juliaette|
|PENOYER *||Catherine J.||Nov 1834 - 1918; w/o Henry R.; nee HICKS|
|PENOYER *||Elizabeth||died May 6, 1851; 14y,7m,6d|
|PENOYER *||Elizabeth||died Feb 26, 1850; 67y,5m,7d; w/o John|
|PENOYER *||Emma H.||1864 - 1884; d/o Alvin & Harriet (Redner)|
|PENOYER *||Harriet B.||1833 - 1897; 2nd w/o Alvin; nee REDNER|
|PENOYER *||Henry A.||Nov 1833 - 1904; h/o Catherine HICKS; s/o Joseph Sterling & Ann Eliza|
|PENOYER *||John||died May 12, 1851; 51y,5m,12d|
|PENOYER *||Joseph Sterling||July 30, 1810 - June 18, 1885; 74y; h/o Ann Eliza HOLCOMB; [went by his middle name of Sterling]|
|PENOYER||Juliaette||1827 - July 31, 1887; 60y; w/o Asahel W.|
|PENOYER *||Mary||died Dec 23, 1855; 59y; w/o Alvin|
|PENOYER *||Polly E.||died Mar 19, 1846; 17y,9m; d/o Alvin & Mary|
|PENOYER *||William C.||died Apr 10, 1846; 19y,10m,15d; s/o Alvin & Mary|
|PERRIN *||Cynthia A.||Apr 22, 1844 - Dec 25, 1863; d/o William & Mary|
|PHILLIPS *||Irva W.||1866 - Dec 12, 1938; 72y; h/o Sarah A. TRICKEY; 2 daus, 1 son, 2 bro: Frank & Geo. [obit - heart]|
|PHILLIPS *||Sarah A.||1866 - Oct 13, 1929; w/o Irving W.; nee TRICKEY [obit]|
|PIERCE *||Catherine L.||1835 - Sept 5, 1919; 85y; w/o Henry L.; 2 daus, 2 sons [obit]|
|PIERCE *||Frank H.||Dec 1863 - 1858; h/o Idabelle|
|PIERCE||George||died Jan 17, 1853; 17y|
|PIERCE *||Henry L.||1832 PA - 1906; h/o Catherine L. (Brigham Hall Hosp. For the insane - 1900)|
|PIERCE *||Idabelle||Aug 1867 - 1934; w/o Frank H.|
|PIERCE||Mary A.||died Feb 23, 1873; 62y|
|PILLAR *||Mildred Martha (RN)||June 20, 1917 - Oct 6, 2004; 87y; w/o Samuel; nee GUNTHER|
|PILLAR *||Samuel (MD)||Oct 19, 1909 - July 15, 2000; 90y; h/o Mildred M. GUNTHER|
|POWER||Ida May||Apr 1873 - 1949; unwed|
|PRICE *||Abigail||died Feb 22, 1894; 74y, 11m; w/o Thomas|
|PRICE *||George||died Jan 17, 1853; 17y; s/o Thomas & Mary A.|
|PRICE *||Mary A.||died Feb 20, 1873; 62y; w/o Thomas|
|PRICE||Thomas||died Nov 3, 1893; 87y,2m,12d; h/o Abigail|
|PRIEST *||Gordon D.||July 20, 1933 - Nov 23, 2004; h/o Josephine HURLBURT|
|PRIEST *||Josephine||w/o Gordon D.; nee HURLBURT|
|PRIEST *||Timothy J.||1968 - Aug 27, 1971; 2 1/2y; s/o Gordon D. & Josephine (Hurlburt); bros: Robert & Ralph & grandparents [obit]|
|RANDALL||Almond J.||Aug 16, 1900 - Dec 25, 1995; 95y; h/o Josephine A.|
|RANDALL *||Clarence S.||1879 - 1961; h/o Hattie; s/o Almond A.|
|RANDALL *||Frank C.||Mar 12, 1867 - Feb 6, 1939; 79y; h/o Katherine BRINK; s/o Almond & Lucy (Crandall); dau: Mrs. John Travis; son, Ira C.; 3 sis, 2 bro [obit]|
|RANDALL *||Hattie M||1881 - 1968; w/o Clarence S.|
|RANDALL||Josephine A.||Mar 28, 1902 - Sept 10, 1979; 77y; w/o Almond J.|
|RANDALL *||Julia||died May 18, 1832; 15y; d/o Stetson & Polly (Kingsley)|
|RANDALL *||Kate (Katherine)||1868 - 1929; w/o Frank C.; nee BRINK; 1 dau, 1 son|
|RANDALL *||Louisa M.||died Nov 9, 1822; 3y; d/o Stetson & Polly (Kingsley)|
|RANDALL||Polly||died Jan 29, 1867; 33y|
|RANDALL *||Stetson||Mar 2, 1782 - Mar 29, 1838; 56y; h/o Polly KINGSLEY; s/o Nathaniel & Deborah (Stetson)|
|ROBINSON||Frank||died Aug 24, 1931; 58y; h/o Harriet BERRY; s/o Samuel & Lucy; 2 sons, 2 daus, 2 sis, 2 bros [obit]|
|ROBINSON||Mary||1875 - Dec 18, 1916; 41y; w/o Frank [m:1/1891]; d/o Frank M. LYON; 2 sons, 2 daus; [obit below]|
|ROGERS *||Anzolett E.||Jan 1831 - 1915; w/o Newton; d/o Conrad & Cathrina? KORNBAU|
|ROGERS||Clark C.||died Dec 12, 1853; 7y|
|ROGERS *||Clark Green||died Dec 12, 1858; 1y,3m,10d; inf s/o Newton & Anzolett E.|
|ROGERS *||Harry L.||1889 - 1904|
|ROGERS *||Newton||July 21, 1830 - July 19, 1896; 65y,11m,28d; h/o Anzolett E. KORNBAU [Newton's son, Newton Clark, served in US Aviation Corps in France - WW I]|
|ROGERS *||Sarah L.||died Mar 5, 1891; 3 wks,4d|
|ROSE *||Ruth||Dec 21, 1893 - Sept 30, 1992; nee FOX|
|ROSE *||S. Julius||1891 - 1960|
|ROUSE||Bertha||1890? - 1969; w/o Frank|
|ROUSE *||Frank (Pvt)||Sept 15, 1895 - July 8, 1958; 41 Depot Svc ASC - WW I Vet|
|SACKETT||Ina H.||died Oct 15, 1958; 85y; w/o Fred J. Higley [d.1949] & Winfield S. Sackett [d. Spring 1958]; nee HICKS [obit below]|
|SANFORD||Abigail||died June 26, 1878; 70y; w/o Joseph|
|SANFORD||Carmen||died Mar 15, 1846|
|SANFORD||Charles W.||died June 2, 1864; 18y; s/o Joseph & Abigail; Co. H, 4th NY Art - Civil War Vet (names listed on same stone as: Gould Benedict, Charles Johnson, Joseph Housel, John W. Horn, Wm. D. Bird & Edwin A. Martin)|
|SANFORD||Cornelius||died Feb 17, 1845|
|SANFORD *||Eddie M.||died Feb 11, 1862; 10m; s/o Wm. K. & Lydia J.|
|SANFORD *||Francis C.||died Apr 3, 1863; 4y; s/o P. T. & Hannah|
|SANFORD *||Joseph||died Apr 25, 1861; 77y; h/o Abigail|
|SANFORD||Louisa M.||died May 18, 1842|
|SANFORD *||Lydia J.||died Dec 11, 1883; 61y,11m; w/o William K.|
|SANFORD||Martha||died Oct 12, 1865; 35y; d/o Joseph & Abigail|
|SANFORD *||Mary||died Dec 20, 1841; 61y; sis to Joseph Sandford|
|SANFORD *||Phebe||died Mar 28, 1854; 61y; w/o Phillip|
|SANFORD *||Roxana||died Jan 25, 1843; 22y,5m,10d; w/o William M.|
|SANFORD *||William K.||died Feb 29, 1888; 73y,5m; h/o Lydia J.|
|SCHUTT *||Adelbert D.||Apr 27, 1906 - July 1984; 78y; h/o Florine B.|
|SCHUTT *||Florine B.||Jan 12, 1906 - Feb 1974; 68y; w/o Adelbert D.|
|SELDON *||Jonathan M.||died Aug 16, 1821; 3y; inf s/o Lona M. [stone broken - top standing]|
|SENNETT *||Leon F. Sr.||Oct 23, 1890 - Jan 13, 1949; 58y; h/o Cora; 3 sis, 5 boys, 3 girls [obit below]|
|SEYMOUR *||Abigail||May 3, 1935 - Nov 29, 2006; 71y; w/o Albert Z.; nee ADAMS|
|SEYMOUR *||Albert Z.||1929 - ; h/o Abigail ADAMS|
|SHANER *||Christopher W.||Feb 25, 1956 - Jan 15, 1973|
|SHANER *||David S. (Cpl)||Nov 24, 1914 - Sept 26, 1987; US Army - WW II Vet|
|SHANER *||Mary Jane||June 28, 1917 - Mar 2, 2008; 90y [funeral marker only]|
|SHAY *||Abram||1838 NJ - 1915; h/o Mary MONKS|
|SHAY *||Ada M.||July 1878 - Jan 15, 1952; w/o Charles M.; d/o Herman M. & Elizabeth (Simpson) MC PHERSON [sis of Justice of Peace, L.D. McPherson]|
|SHAY *||Charles M.||Mar 1877 - 1908; h/o Ada MC PHERSON|
|SHAY *||Elnora||1865 NJ - 1890; d/o Abram & Mary (Monks)|
|SHAY *||Fred||Nov 1867 NJ - 19??; h/o Florence A.|
|SHAY *||Herbert||Oct 1883 - 1908; 24y; s/o Abram & Mary (Monks)|
|SHAY *||John A.||Nov 1874 NY - 1906; 31y; s/o Abram & Mary (Monks); unwed|
|SHAY *||Mary||1845 NJ - 1914; 69y; w/o Abram; nee MONKS|
|SHAY *||William M.||Mar 1872 NJ - 1930; 58y; s/o Abram & Mary (Monks); unwed|
|SHEHEEN *||Alberta M.||Apr 18, 1914 - Feb 3, 2001; 86y;|
|SHEHEEN||Ronald W.||July 1, 1949 - Dec 5, 1995; 46y|
|SHERIDAN||'Cadet'||died late Oct, 1931; West Point Cadet [short obit below]|
|SMITH *||Floyd M.||1885 - Apr 13, 1939; 53y; h/o Grace HICKS; 2 daus, 1 son [short obit]|
|SMITH *||Grace H.||Sept 26, 1885 - Nov 1967; 82y; w/o Floyd M.; nee HICKS|
|SMITH *||Ina A.||July 10, 1916 - Jan 1985; 68y; unwed; d/o Floyd M. & Grace (Hicks)|
|SMITH||James||1789 - 1873; 84y; h/o Mary G. [on backside of marker of Robert & Jane]|
|SMITH *||Jane T.||1843 Canada - 1896; w/o Robert J.|
|SMITH||Mary G.||1800 - 1855; w/o James|
|SMITH *||Robert J.||1843 Ireland - 1917; h/o Jane T.|
|SPAULDING||Caroline||1806 - Aug 18, 1892; w/o Freeman|
|SPAULDIN(G) *||Edwin P.||1830 PA - 1911; h/o Mary Alice|
|SPAULDING *||Etta||Feb 13, 1862 - ??? 25, 1864|
|SPAULDING||Freeman||1806 - 1887; h/o Caroline|
|SPAULDING *||George||Oct 20, 1860 - Apr 26, 1861|
|SPAULDING *||Mary Alice||Apr 3, 1831 - Oct 25, 1857; 26y|
|SPAULDING *||Watson||May 28, 1869 - Nov 22, 1869; infant|
|STEFFEN *||Clayton H.||Mar 22, 1923 - July 12, 2005 Hammondsport, NY; 82y; h/o Marjorie DOUGLAS (Flag)|
|STEFFEN *||John D. 'Jack'||May 10, 1947 - May 13, 1998; 51y|
|STEFFEN *||Marjorie||1924 - 1982; 58y; w/o Clayton H.; nee DOUGLAS m: 1/4/1944|
|STEFFEN *||Ronald W.||July 1, 1949 - Dec 5, 1995; 46y|
|STETSON *||Asil Aphia||July 25, 1833 - Mar 27, 1893; h/o Phoebe G.; s/o Barker & Ann (Wiley); Civil War Vet|
|STETSON||Phoebe G.||1827 - 1904; w/o Asil Aphia|
|STID *||Helen||1848 - June 18, 1904; 56y; w/o Henry; nee STEARNS|
|STID *||Henry||1838 - Feb 7, 1899; 61y; h/o Helen STEARNS; s/o John & Lucretia; 188th Reg NYV - Civil War Vet|
|STOLL *||Charles Buckner||Jan 9, 1923 - Mar 25, 1994 NYC; 71y; h/o Elizabeth ADAMS|
|STOLL *||Elizabeth A.||1933 - ; w/o Charles B.; nee ADAMS|
|STRONG *||George Herbert||Nov 24, 1910 - Mar 1968; 57y; h/o Hazel SANDS|
|STRONG *||Hazel A.||Oct 22, 1919 - Sept 28, 1962; 42y; w/o George H.; d/o Geo. & Effie (Richards) SANDS; son, Gerald;, dau, Miss Wanda; 3 sis & 1 bro [obit]|
|TAYLOR||Helen||July 9, 1990|
|THACHER *||Elcy C.||d/o Lyman & Ann C. [stone broken; census spelling Thatcher]|
|THACHER *||Hattie A. [Henrietta]||died Mar 7, 1873; 17y; d/o Lyman & Ann|
|TIFFANY *||Carrie E||Oct 1864 - 1955; w/o Jerome A.|
|TIFFANY *||Charles A.||June 1882 - 1940; h/o Laura?; s/o Jerome A. & Carrie E.|
|TIFFANY *||Jerome A.||Feb 1860 - 1906; h/o Carrie E.|
|TIFFANY *||Paul||1912 - 1948|
|TOZER *||Juliette||Jan 20, 1889 - May 29, 1979; 90y; w/o Lyman|
|TOZER||Lyman||Mar 6, 1889 - Dec 19, 1953; 64y; h/o Juliette RACORDON; 2 daus, 1 sis, Mrs. Albert Rogers; bro, Leonard; aunt, Mary Powell [obit]|
|TOZER *||Marjorie Eloise||Mar 16, 1915 - Sept 8, 1915; inf d/o Lyman & Juliette|
|TRACY||Edith M.||died Aug 24, 1960; 72y|
|TRACY *||Estella||1861 - 1935; w/o Thomas|
|TRACY *||Jessie||1893 - 1916|
|TRACY *||Thomas||1856 - 1942; h/o Estella|
|TRAVIS *||Alma||1895 - 1975; w/o John Henry; nee RANDALL|
|TRAVIS *||John B.||died Jan 6, 1852; 65y|
|TRAVIS *||John Henry||1880 - Nov 12, 1946; 66y; h/o Alma RANDALL [obit]|
|TRAVIS *||Mariah||[stone broken & buried]|
|TRAVIS *||Phebe||died Feb 26, 1850|
|TREMBLEY *||Henrietta||May 29, 1797 - Feb 27, 1870; 72y; w/o John|
|TREMBLEY *||Isaac||Dec 23, 1814 - May 19, 1900; h/o Lydia Submit GREEN|
|TREMBLEY *||Isaac Henry||died Nov 27, 1862; 19y,4m,11d; s/o Isaac & Lydia Submit (Green); Civil War Vet|
|TREMBLEY *||Jane||died Feb 11, 1850; 27y,6m,12d;|
|TREMBLEY||John||1791 NJ - 1865; h/o Harriet or Henrietta|
|TREMBLEY *||John Wesley||died May 1, 1818; 2y; s/o|
|TREMBLEY *||Lydia "Submit"||1819 - Aug 21, 1899; w/o Isaac; d/o Henry & Elizabeth (Kelly) GREEN|
|TREMBLEY *||Mary||died June 1, 1836; 27y; d/o William & Emily|
|TREMBLEY *||William||can't read; covered by stone of Mary; [stone covered by Mary's stone]|
|TRICKEY *||Addie L.||Oct 1869 - 1951; w/o George|
|TRICKEY||Alice||1843 - 1863|
|TRICKEY *||Anna L.||1862 - 1898; 1st w/o Cyrus; nee PHILLIPS|
|TRICKEY *||Burton Barnes||1874 - 1927|
|TRICKEY *||Cora B.||May 13, 1871 MI - Oct 23, 1950; 79y; 2nd w/o Cyrus; d/o Ambrose & Matilta (Battice) AUSTIN; son: Herbert; dau: Alma L. brand; sis: Mrs. Mae Shuttleworth of MI [obit]|
|TRICKEY *||Cora M.||Sept 1, 1879 - July 12, 1956 Rochester; 76y; w/o John N.; d/o Augusta & Harriet (Holcomb) MEHLENBACHER; 2 daus, 1 son; bro, Henry Mehlenbacher & sis, Mrs. Ed. Rice [obit below]|
|TRICKEY*||Cyrus||May 6, 1860 - 1920; h/o Anna L. PHILLIPS & Cora B.; s/o Jeremiah & Albina|
|TRICKEY*||David||died Oct 10, 1861; 85y; h/o Margaret|
|TRICKEY||Genevieve||Aug 12, 1915 - Feb 1989; w/o Herbert|
|TRICKEY*||George||May 1868 - 1936; h/o Addie L.; s/o Rhodes & Gertrude 'Gertie'|
|TRICKEY*||Gertie||died Nov 21, 1871; 32y,5m,26d; w/o Rhodes|
|TRICKEY*||Glenn W.||1907 - 1960; s/o George & Addie L.|
|TRICKEY*||Hannah||Aug 2, 1808 - June 7, 1862; w/o Stephen; nee DAVENPORT|
|TRICKEY||Herbert||Aug 26, 1903 - Apr 30, 1980; 76y; h/o Genevieve|
|TRICKEY*||Jeremiah||June 14, 1836 - 1908; h/o Ke(r)ziah Alvina COVILLE; s/o Stephen & Hannah (Davenport)|
|TRICKEY||John||1819 - Mar 18, 1883; 64y,7m; h/o Maria or Mariah|
|TRICKEY *||John N.||1880 - Jan 31, 1921; 40y; h/o Cora MEHLENBACHER; s/o Wm.; 2 sons, 2 daus; 5 sis, 2 bros [obit below]|
|TRICKEY*||Ke(r)ziah Alvina||1841 - Feb 1, 1911; 69y; w/o Jeremiah; d/o Cyrus COVILLE [obit below - listed as Alvina]|
|TRICKEY||Maria or Mariah||1823 - 1895; 72y; w/o John|
|TRICKEY*||Morey G.||Nov 1874 - 1931; h/o Anna E. G. (she b. Dec 1877)|
|TRICKEY*||Stephen||Feb 23, 1808 - June 13, 1887; 79y h/o Hannah DAVENPORT|
|TRICKEY||William G,||May 4, 1989|
|TRICKEY*||Zimmie A.||died Nov 19, 1871; 28y; 1st w/o William; d/o James & Eliza INGRAHAM|
|TUTTLE *||Elizabeth||died May 8, 1850; 70y10m,12d; mother of Joseph W.; w/o John|
|TUTTLE *||John||died July 22, 1852; 82y ?m,8d ; h/o Elizabeth|
|TUTTLE *||Joseph W.||Apr 15, 1805 - May 20, 1881; unwed; bro of Sarah (Tuttle) BROWN; s/o John & Elizabeth|
|unknown 1205 *||[stone toppled & upside down]|
|unknown 1240 *||aged 4y,1m,?d|
|unknown 1287 *||[turned over stone between Isaac Trembley & John Couse]|
|unknown 1325 *||Abigail||dau or w/o John ???; died Sept [stone badly faded] [on or near Gage plot]|
|unknown 1326 *||[on or near Gage plot]|
|unknown 1333 *||Julia Ann||[stone broken, faded]|
|unknown 1334 *||Henry||died Sept ????; aged ?y,7m,28d|
|unknown 1342 *||Jenna||no data; w/o ???? ; [stone broken]|
|unknown 1364 *||Freddie||not legible|
|unknown 1401 *||not legible|
|unknown 1402 *||not legible|
|VANDY *||Anna||Nov 1875 - 1957; w/o Fred (1900 census says born Nov 1878)|
|VANDY *||Fred||Aug 1874 - 1943; h/o Anna; gs/o Philip & Christian BRAND (per 1880)|
|VANDY *||Frederick||1908 - 1957; s/o Fred & Anna|
|VAN WIE *||Frances E.||July 1871 - 1903; w/o John A.; nee PENOYER|
|VAN WIE *||John A.||June 1868 -1943; h/o Frances E. PENOYER|
|VOORHEES||Beulah||June 26, 1896 - May 2, 1975; 78y|
|WALDON||James P.||died Oct 17, 1921; 62y; h/o ???; sis, Mrs. Mary Greenam [cod: nephritis]|
|WANDERMAN*||Rita Gail||Aug 29, 1918 - June 20, 1993; 74y "The Somersault Queen"|
|WASHBURN||Mrs. Leverne||died Sept? 1916; 23y; w/o Leverne; inf son survives [short obit below] [research further]|
|WASHBURN||LaVern H.||Feb 22, 1890 - June 11, 1986; 96y; h/o 1st & 2nd wives|
|WATSON *||Ann||died 67y; w/o Francis (1860 census states 60y) (on 1865 census) [stone broken]|
|WATSON *||Francis||died May 5, 1867; 74y,6m; h/o Ann (1860 census states 60y) (on 1865 census)|
|WEST *||Arthur S. (Tech 5)||Apr 6, 1916 - Nov 24, 1992; 76y; h/o Geraldine HINKLEY US Army - WW II Vet [2 markers]|
|WEST *||Geraldine H.||July 15, 1920 - Dec 28, 2008; w/o Arthur S.; nee HINKLEY|
|WILBUR *||Ella||died Feb 15, 1864; 2y,3m,8d; d/o N. R. & Emily|
|WILLISTON *||Hiram H.||died Aug 7, 1823; 7m,17d; s/o Fordyce & Milanthia|
|WILSON||James R.||died Sept 12, 1963;|
|WOOD *||Ann Julia||July 1868 - 1927; 1st w/o Walter; nee CORNER|
|WOOD *||Esther||1841 - 1905; w/o Isaac Lincoln; nee DUEL|
|WOOD *||Isaac Lincoln||1833 - 1894; h/o Esther DUEL|
|WOOD *||Lewis Frank||Nov 1887 - 1907; 19y; s/o Walter & Ann Julia (Corner)|
|WOOD *||Walter||Jan 1862 - 1945; h/o Ann Julia CORNER|
All News Articles on this page, were contributed by Dianne Thomas
The Naples Record Wed May 20, 1876
BRISTOL SPRINGS, May 17th 1876, EDS. RECORD - Please allow me, in reply, space in the same "medium" that my friend Asel Stetson asked for his communication of two weeks ago respecting the Academy cemetery. I have consulted the other heirs of the late John Trembly, and find them equally willing, with myself, to take measures to remove the disability into which the Academy community has fallen, owing to the disorganization of their cemetery society. And it is hoped if they succeed in again getting into running order, that this experience will teach them and their successors to the latest generation, to beware how they are ever found in a second dilemma like this, as it is not hard to see how easily such an interest might fall into hands which would cause them sore trouble. ISAAC TREMBLY.
Neapolitan Record, Naples, NY , Wednesday, June 22, 1886 contributed by Marian Martha Fromknecht Feb 2013
Upon invitation of N. W. Randall, your correspondent made a brief visit to the Academy Tract Cemetery, on Monday afternoon, last. Mr. Randall was making a survey and platting of the grounds. A brief historic sketch of these grounds will be of interest to a portion of your readers!
In the year 1819, a Mr. Samuel Conner, lived upon the farm from which these grounds were taken. A daughter of his, some 15 or 16 years of age, sickened and died and there being no burying place at hand a resort was made to a knoll upon one corner of the premises, (then a primeval forest), the brush cleared away, a grave dug, and the remains buried therein. At the end of the two years following, some five or six other graves were grouped around this one and without inscriptions with the single exception of that of a 3 years old son of Jonathan Seldon. The monument to this one is in very good state of preservation, reading - Jonathan M. Seldon, etc, 1821. Burials went forward from this time for 20 years or so with little attention to system, when Judge N. W. Howell, agent for the sale of Academy lands, in deeding this farm and one adjoining, made a reserve of two acres of land here for a church site and cemetery; since that time lots have been chosen by different families in the grounds still unoccupied and more attention had been given to system in their management.
The object of Mr. Randall's survey is to reduce as far as possible the older, as the newer parts of the grounds to order and system and to identify as far as possible the original graves by the help of the few older inhabitants remaining, before they pass away and the opportunity is lost. There are three of four such remaining whose memories extend back to the first burial and with their help, Mr. Randall's father, mother and two sisters are buried here, but his zeal and liberality are commendable all the same, for giving his time and service gratuitous, in the matter.
The Naples Record Wed Feb 12, 1890
Mrs. Lucy Hurlbert exchanged her home below for the one above January 15, 1890. The deceased was born in Hartford, Conn , March 9, 1797. She came to this comty with her parents, when a child and had spent the remainder of her days in said county.
She married Elijah Hurlbert in 1824, with whom, she lived far more than 30 years. He preceded her to the spirit world a few years ago. She embraced the Savior when 19 years of age, and we are told that she lived the life of the righteous. She was a faithful wife and mother.
She died at the home of her son, Isaac, in Italy. The call was sudden, but we trust that she was ready. She was a member of the P. B. church at Cheshire and had been for a number of years. She leaves several children to mourn her departure. The funeral services were held the following Saturday from the house at 1 P. M and from the church at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. C. H. Hoag. Her remains were temporarily laid in the cemetery here, but will be removed to the Academy cemetery and laid beside her husband. The family have the sympathy of all, in their afflictions. [then a poem appears in news article]
The Naples Record Wed Jan 18, 1899
AT his home in Cheshire, on Thursday, occurred the death Malachi T. Brown, aged 74 years. The deceased was well and favorably known in the community in which he lived, having spent the greater part of his life there.
He was twice married. By his first wife, who was Miss Olive Thornton, sister of E. B, Thornton, of this village, he leaves four children: George N. Brown, and Mrs. Fred Miller, of Naples; Charles A. Brown, of Bristol; and Mrs. Sarah J. Potter, of Ionia, Michigan.
His second wife, who was Miss Mary J . Lyon, survives him, also one son by this marriage, William N. Brown, aged 16 years.
The funeral was held on Saturday and the interment in Academy.
The Naples Record Wed Nov 5, 1900
There is a wooden plank erected as a soldiers' monument in the Academy cemetery for six soldiers, lying in unknown graves. Time is effacing the names and something more enduring would be fitting for such a purpose.
All or nearly all were living in the town of Canandaigua at the time they enlisted. November 5, 1900.
The Naples Record Friday May 27, 1904
William Trickey's family went to the Academy cemetery Tuesday to attend the burial of the soldier, Anson Monks, of New Mexico.
The Naples Record Friday June 29, 1906
Bristol Springs - June 13, 1906
Died, William H. Green, at the home of John Trembley, on Friday, June 8, 1906, after a week's painful illness. Mr. Green was born in Jerusalem, Yates county, N. Y., March 14, 1834. December 8, 1859, he married Miss Maryette Wilbur, who lived on Wilder, now Hicks Point, oh the west shore of Canandaigua lake. He was the sole survivor of the late Henry aud Elizabeth (Kelly) Green and grandson of the Revolutionary soldier, Capt. Henry Green and Submit Clark, his wife, who are buried at or near Rushville.
Mr. Green went to Beresford, Fla., on account of his health from Buffalo, N. Y., arriving there January first, 1905. Last winter he returned to be with his Green relatives here in New York, but our changeable weather during the winter and spring had no doubt hastened his death. The funeral was held from the home of John Trembley at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. Rev. C.C. MacLean of Naples, officiating. Children and grandchildren of his sister and brothers were present from Buffalo, Rochester, Canandaigua, Cheshire, Academy, Naples, and this place, in spite of the rain and hail storms.
He was laid to rest beside his father and mother in the Academy Cemetery, where his kin of four generations wait the resurrection morn. He buried his only child, Mary, in Buffalo about two years since. He was a witty, genial man, yet quite reserved toward those not personal friends. He commanded the respect of the staid, older people, when a boy, for his reliability; in his native place, the district of the Academy church, where he grew to manhood in the home made by his widowed mother, as his father died when the twins, Miles H. and William H., were two years old.
The present generations of his race may well imitate his example in saying nothing of those he could not speak well of.
The Naples Record Wed Mar 18, 1908
Mrs. Ann Penoyer, widow of Sterling Penoyer, died at the home of Lyman Holcomb March 13, 1903, of old age. She leaves one son, H. A. Penoyor. Her age was 89 years.
Mrs. David Coye - Died, at her home, March 14, 1903, Emma Hicks, wife of David Coye, at the age of 29 years and 10 months, leaving a little babe two weeks old. Her entire life had been lived at Hicks Point. She was greatly beloved by the entire community.
There survives: her husband and mother; one sister, Mrs. John Hawkins, of Bristol Springs, and two brothers, John and Edgbert, of this place. The funeral was held Monday at the Academy church, and her remains laid by the side of her brother at Academy. The family have the sympathy of the entire community.
A FRIEND. Hicks Point, March 16, 1903.
Aunt Ann Penoyer, widow of Rev. J. S. Penoyer, entered into rest on Thursday night, March 12, 1903. Funeral Saturday at t he Academy church at 12 m , Rev. E. Stid officiating; burial in Academy cemetery. After leaving this place, L. A. Holcomb and wife made a home for their aunt with them, and during her last illness gave her the loving care that would be expected of one's own children. She will be remembered as a faithful Christian, kind neighbor, loving friend and one ready to help the needy by relatives and friends in three towns and four or five neighborhoods. She leaves one son, H. A. Penoyer, of Hicks Point; two brothers, F. 0 . Holcomb, of this place, and Alfred H. Holcomb, of Saranac, Mich.
The Naples Record Fri Dec 11, 1908
Descendants of a Prison Ship Martyr - BRISTOL SPRINGS, N. Y., Dec. 5, '08.
Children of the fifth, sixth and seventh generations of a Prison Ship martyr in the time of King George III, during the Revolutionary War and father of Elisha Kelly, live in the states of New York, Montana, Idaho, California, Wisconsin and Kansas, many in Ontario county, N. Y., principally in Bristol Springs, Naples and Canandaigua.
Elisha Kelly's father was a sailor (Irish), hence imprisonment on the Jersey and sister prison ships in Wallabout Bay. At stated times the prisoners answered to roll-call and were given their choice of swearing allegiance to King George III and obeying his behest, or still continuing as prisoners, which meant sure starvation, if not death by the epidemics - scarlet fever and small-pox - which ravaged the ships; with no chance for cleanliness, being crowded together like pigs with no sanitary conveniences.
The martyr, James Kelly, stoutly maintained his independence. He was allowed the privilege of having his wife and little son, Elisha, visit him and bring him food, at stated times. At the last visit they foundhim on the dock mangled and fettered, dead, bloated up like a toad from the effects of poison, because of his stubborn loyalty to the cause of Freedom.
His son, Elisha Kelly, also a sailor, married Lydia Hammond, of Massachusetts, who belonged to an intellectual and refined family and was estranged from her family by this marriage. They had four daughters, and one son, Hammond Kelly, who died single.
The oldest daughter, Elizabeth (Betsy) Kelly, married Henry Green 2d, son of Capt. Henry Green of the Revolutionary War. They had four daughters and four sons. The oldest daughter, Lydia Submit Green, married Isaac Trembly, whose children are of the fifth generation from the Martyr Kelly and third generation from Capt. Henry Green.
One of Elisha Kelly's daughters married Joseph Lee, of Potter; one Asa Butler, of Naples; and one, James Warner, of Potter. The Prison Ship Martyr Kelly was probably buried with other prisoners at the Brooklyn navy yard by having a very thin covering of dirt thrown over him. The estimated number at the unveiling of this monument to their memory was 10,000 souls.
The burial place of his devoted wife is unknown to the writer. His son, Elisha Kelly, and wife, Lydia Hammond, and many of his descendants by way of his oldest daughter, Elizabeth Kelly Green, lie at rest in the Academy cemetery in the town of Canandaigua.
The writer remembers the visits of Elisha Kelly to the homes of his grandchildren and of being present at his daughter's, Widow Green, at one of his returns from visiting around when he had walked from Rushville, his former home, to the Academy Tract, town of Canandaigua, showing he was a very vigorous man. These particulars have been handed down from him to his descendants by word of mouth.
The Democrat and Chronicle Wed Feb 1, 1911
Canandaigua, Jan 31 - The death of Mrs. Alvina Trickey, widow of Jeremiah Trickey, occurred at the home of herdaughter, Mrs. Irva Phillips, ten miles southwest of this village, at an early hour this morning. Death was the result of a long illness of Bright's disease. Mrs. Trickey's husband died about two years ago. He was for many years a well-known merchant at Academy, where he resided nearly all his lifetime.
The late deceased leaves a son, Cyrus Trickey. of this township, and two daughters, Mrs. Sarah Phillips, of this township, and Mrs. John Sutton, of Geneva. There are also a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The funeral will he held from the Academy Church at 2 o'clock Thursday, and burial will he in Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed Sept 25, 1912
This afternoon the body of William Connor is brought from Savona, to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Emmett Coye, Academy, and interment will be made in the Academy cemetery. Undertaker, Jas. H. Tozer meets the body in Atlanta.
The Naples Record Wed Oct 2, 1912
Emmett Coye and wife attended the funeral of her father, Mr. Corner, at Savona, last Tuesday. The body was brought to the Academy cemetery for burial on Wednesday.
The Naples News Wed Oct 9, 1912
William E. Corner, a well known resident of Academy until about twenty years ago, died at his home at Sonora, on Monday, Sept, 23, aged 80 years. He was in good health until about three weeks before his death. Mr. Corner was a veteran of the Civil war. He was three times married, his third wife surviving him, also five daughters: Mrs. Gideon Parshall of Erie; Mrs. Charles Hutchens of Olean; Mrs. Emmett Coye of South Bristol, Mrs. Arville Hulse of Victor; Mrs. Walter Wood of Hopewell.
The funeral was held on Thursday the Rev. C. J. Clausen officiating and interment was in the Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed May 27, 1914
Last Friday evening. May 22, 1914, near Academy, occurred the death of Frank M. Lyon, aged 62 years. Besides his wife, he is survived by four sons and three daughters; also two brothers, Charles, of Naples, and Hiram, who lives on the Atlanta road.
Deceased was well known in Naples and vicinity. Funeral services were held from the Academy church on Sunday and burial was in the Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed June 1916 ?
Mrs. Leverne Washburn, aged 23 years, died at her home at Academy last week. Services were held at Academy church with interment in Academy cemetery. Besides her husband, one infant son survives.
The Naples Record Wed Dec 20, 1916
On December 15, 19i6, occurred the the death of Mrs. Cora Brand, aged 52 years. She leaves, beside her husband, one son, Arthur, and two daughters, Mrs. Roy Lyon and Ina May Brand, and two sisters, Mrs. Edward Murphy and Mrs. Frank Worden.
Mrs. Brand had been ill for several years. Funeral services were held on Sunday from the Academy church, and burial was made in the Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed Dec 27, 1916
At her home on the Academy tract, on Monday, December 18, 1916, occurred the death of Mary, wife of Frank Robinson, aged 41 years. She was a daughter of the late Frank M. Lyon, was born in Naples and until her marriage to Mr. Robinson in January, 1891, was a resident of this town.
Besides her husband and four children, two boys and two girls, she is survived by her mother and four brothers and three sisters. Funeral services were held Wednesday from the home at 1 p. m. and from the Academy church at 2 p. m. Interment in the Academy cemetery.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Fri Jan 26, 1917
Funeral of Peter F. Bird - Canandaigua, Jan. 25 - The funeral of Peter F. Bird will be held at 1 o'clock to-morrow from the late home in Academy, about ten miles south of this city and at 2 o'clock from the Academy Church with Rev. W. E. Searles officiating. The interment will be in Academy cemetery.
Mr. Bird died yesterday afternoon at the age of 69 years. Death was due to apoplexy. He leaves his wife, one daughter, Nina Winters, of Canandaigua town; two sisters, Margaret Goff and Mrs. Betsy Naracon, of Hemlock, one brother, James Bird, of Michigan.
The Naples Record Wed Jan 15, 1919
MRS. ANN ELIZA HICKS - Died at the home of her son, Edbert I. Hicks, in,Covel Settlement, town of South Bristol, on Saturday night, January. 11, 1919, aged 72 years and 11 months. The cause of death was a stroke of paralysis on the 31st of last month. She is survived by two sons, Edbert I. and John M. Hicks, and one daughter, Mrs. Angeline Hawkins, of South Bristol. Funeral services were held from the home at 11 a. m. today, with burial in the Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed Feb 16, 1921
JOHN N. TRICKEY - Our community was grief stricken on Monday evening, January 31, 1921, to learn of the sudden death of John N. Trickey, at his home here, due to acute dilation of the heart. Mr. Trickey had been about as usual during the day, but toward evening had complained of not feeling well. After supper, while lying on a lounge, apparently enjoying a story being read by his wife to the family, he quietly passed away, while his youngest child, Mary Jane, was lying on his arm.
Mr. Trickey was well known as an upright man, of good habits and strong mind, of a sunny disposition, and never lost heart in time of perils. Through his unselfish attitude, he gained many friends. People were better for having known him. His one aim in life seemed to be to make others happier by his sacrifice and kind deeds. He showed great devotion for his home, and love for his family and parents. In his early boyhood he united with the Baptist Church. He will be greatly missed by the community, and his memory will be long cherished by those he has left behind.
Deep respect was shown him by the large gathering of sympathizing relatives and friends, who filled the home, and the profusion of floral offerings. Mr. Trickey was the third son of Mr. and Mrs. William Trickey, and was born in Bristol forty years ago. In 1901 he was united in marriage with Cora Mehlenbacher. To them were born four children: Henry, Walter, Luell and Mary Jane, who are left to mourn his loss, besides his widow, and five sisters and two brothers: Mrs. Earle Pierce and Mrs.Charles Fribolin, Jr., of Naples; Mrs. Clinton Holcomb, of Canandaigua; Miss Eleanor, of Detroit; Mary Jane, of Geneva; Warren E. Trickey, of Bristol Springs, and Carl, of Rochester.
The funeral was held from the home on Thursday, February 3, at 2 o'clock, Rev. C. C. Baker, of Canandaigua, officiating. Interment was made in the Academy cemetery.
Democrat & Chronicle Fri Apr 7, 1922
Horace O. Outhouse - Canandaigua - April 6 - The death of Horace D. Outhouse occurred at his home in the town of Canandaigua about eight miles south of this city last night as a result of a general breakdown. He was 83 years old. He was born in Canandaigua on June 14. 1838, and married Sarah Housel in 1883. After her death, he married in 1886 Isabella Mc Jaaaett, of Canandaigua. who died about two years ago.
Mr. Outhouse is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Chauncey Rogers, and five sons, Charles K.. Frank B. William H.. Elmer J. and Burton J. Outhouse, all of the town of Canandaigua.
The funeral is to be held at the late home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. E. J. Kallins, pastor of the Canandaigua Presbyterian church, officiating. Burial will be in the Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed Dec 1922
Rev. W. H. T. Basford officiated at the funeral held on Sunday, at South Bristol, of Miss Letha Brand, and the burial was in Academy cemetery.
another obit for Letha:
Letha B. Brand - Mr. and Mrs. Murray Brand mourn the loss of their only daughter, Letha Bernice Brand, who for a short time had been stricken with rheumatism, which caused her death last Friday morning, February 2, 1923, at about three o'clock She was born on September 25, 1910.
The death of Letha was very unexpected by her many friends and relatives. The people of the community sadly mourn the loss, as well as her parents. Letha was a member of the West Lake Shore Sunday School. There were many beautiful flowers given by classmates in the Sunday School, and by friends of Letha. The bearers who carried Letha to her last resting place were Karl, Howard and George Kidman, Jr., George Richards, Charles Schutt and Gordon Randall.
The funeral was held from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Brand on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock, Rev. W. T. H. Bayford, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Naples, conducted the services. Interment was made in the Academy Cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed Apr 18, 1923
Mrs. Peter C. Burd - Mrs. Peter C. Burd died on Thursday night, April 12, 1923, at about 1.1:30 o'clock, at the home of her parents, on the west lake road, near Canandaigua. She had been ill since August.
Mrs. Burd was born in this vicinity, and was held in high esteem. She was twenty-two years of age. Her maiden name was Ina Mae Brand. Besides her husband, Peter C. Burd, she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brand; a sister, Mrs. Roy Lyon, and a brother, Arthur Brand, both of Canandaigua.
The funeral was held from the home on Sunday at 1:30 p. m., from the Academy church at 2:30, Rev. Finlay, of Canandaigua, officiating. The pall bearers were Gordon Brand, Dewey and William Burd, Stuart and Charles Furhman, Jr., and Roy Lyon. Burial was made in the Academy cemetery.
The Naples News Wed Mar 4, 1925
Joseph Fox, 60 years old, well known grapę grower and farmer, died unexpectedly of acute indigestion Thursday evening at his home in the town of South Bristol after a brief illness. He was the son of the late Joseph and Sarah Wilkinson Fox and was born in England, September 18, 1864. When about forty years old, he came to the United States with his parents and settled on a farm near the shore of Canandaigua Lake. Practically all his life was spent in that vicinity.
Besides his widow he is survived by three daughters , Mrs. Austin Lee, of Covel Corners; Mrs. Julius Rose and Miss Marian Fox of South Bristol, two sons, Stewart Fox and Oscar Fox, of South Bristol; two sisters, Mrs. Naomi Covert and Mrs. Sarah Middlebrook, of South Bristol; and one brother, John Fox, of South Bristol. Funeral services were held from the family home at 1:30 o'clock, Monday afternoon. Burial was made in Academy Cemetery.
The Naples News Wed Nov 4, 1925
Miss Alice A. Bills - This neighborhood was very much shocked to hear of the death on Saturday, October 31, 1925, of Miss Alice Amanda Bills, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bills. Her age was 11 years, 6 months and 27 days. Alice was an active pupil in school, a cheerful and loving little girl, and always did her part in her Sunday School. Besides her parents, she is survived by three brothers, Lyle, Byron and Frederick; also by many other relatives. Alice was only ill about three days.
The funeral will be held from the home tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock and burial will be made in the Academy cemetery. Much sympathy is extended the bereaved family.
"In the death of little Alice Bills the West Lake Shore Sunday School loses another truly "Live Wire," the class of which she was a most willing and helpful worker. Her sweet, quiet ways and ever ready helpfulness will long be remembered and will be an inspiration to us all. We extend deepest sympathy to the bereaved family; their loss is ours also." - Committee.
The Naples Record Wed Apr 18, 1928
MRS. BERTHA H. LEE - At the home of her brother, James Hulse, in the town of Canandaigua, near Academy, occurred the death of Mrs. Bertha Hulse Lee, aged 74 years, last Saturday, April 14, 1928. She was the daughter of Henry and Fanny Brown Hulse and was born in South Bristol on October 9th, 1853. Most of her life was spent in South Bristol and Naples.
About 45 years ago she was united in marriage with William Lee, whose death occurred a few years ago.
Mrs. Lee is survived by two brothers, Arvile Hulse, of South Bristol, and James S. Hulse, of the town of Canandaigua, and by two sisters, Mrs. Minerva Wilson, of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs. Alice Bills, of South Bristol. Two nephews and a niece, Naham and Earl Fletcher and Mrs. Mabel Burke, of Rochester, children of a deceased sister and who were brought up by Mrs. Lee and other nephews and nieces, are also among the survivors.
Funeral services were held from the home of James Hulse yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Pratt, pastor of the Canandaigua Methodist Church, and burial was made in the Academy cemetery.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Sat Mar 16, 1929
Mrs. Anna M. Davis - Canandaigua. March 15 - Mrs. Anna Maxfield Davis, 83, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Cary, in this city, today. She was the widow of Benjamin Davis, Civil War Veteran, who died here, Feb. 18.
Besides Mrs. Cary, she leaves three daughters and two sons: Mrs. Fred Vandy and Mrs. Homer Erb of Canandaigua; Mrs. Simon Hillard, residing in the West; Benjamin and Fred Davis of Rochester. Funeral from a local funeral home, Monday at 2 o'clock. Burial in Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed Feb 26, 1930
South Bristol - Irwin H. Hicks - The death of Irwin H. Hicks, aged 88 years, one of the oldest residents of South Bristol, occurred last Thursday, February 20, 1930, at his home on the Seneca Point Road, where he had always resided.
Mr. Hicks was the youngest of thirteen children of Martin and Millicent Norton Hicks and was born in South Bristol on November 23, 1841. He married Miss Ellen Ingraham, of Naples, on January 4, 1866; her death occurred November 1, 1910.
The survivors include four sons, are John H., Herbert N. and Albert Hicks, of Canandaigua, and Isaac I. Hicks, of Pittsford, and by three daughters, Mrs. Grace Smith, of Cedar Springs, Mich.; Mrs. Charles N. Cobb, of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Fred O. Higley, of Academy. Also surviving are fifteen grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Sunday afternoon from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Higley, at Academy, and interment was made in the Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed July 16, 1930
Mrs. David Brown - At the home of her sister, Mrs. Spencer Barrett, on Friday morning, July 11, 1930, occurred the death of Mrs. David Brown, nee Debba Naracong, of Covel Settlement, from heart attack, with which she had been afflicted for some time. Her age was 76 years and 5 months.
Her faith had been with the Salvation Army, of Canandaigua, for more than thirty years. She leaves her husband, David Brown, and son, Irving, of Hopewell; a son, William, of Rochester; two daughters, Mrs. Florence Shay, of Niagara Falls, and Mrs. Oliver Wheeler, of Canandaigua; two sisters, Mrs. Isabelle Dunton, of Naples, and Mrs. Libbie Barrett, of this place, and two brothers, Arba Naracong, of Canandaigua, and Albert Naracong, of Academy. A requested funeral service was carried out, with Rev. D. M. Ratcliff, of Naples, officiating, and burial was made in the Academy cemetery.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Tues Oct 15, 1931
Canandaigua - Oct. 12 - Coroner Leon A. Stetson will issue a verdict of suicide in the case of William C. Higley, 85, a lifelong resident of Academy, south of this city, whose lifeless body was found hanging from a rafter at his son's home last evening. He is believed to have been despondent over ill health.
Mr. Higley occupied an apartment at the home of his son, Fred Higley. He had been missing several hours before members of the family became alarmed and instituted a search for him.
He leaves two sons. Fred and Elmer Higley of Bristol Center; two sisters and two brother; Mrs. Mary Monks of Academy, Mrs. Grace Hawley of Gloversville, Elvira Higley of Buffalo and Henry G. Higley of Canandaigua. Elvira Higley of Buffalo and Henry G. Higley of Canandaigua.
Funeral services will be conducted from home, Wednesday, at 2 o'clock, with burial in Academy Cemetery.
The Democrat Chronicle Wed Oct 28, 1931
West Point to give Cadet Sheridan a military funeral today. He will will be buried in Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed late May 1935
Mrs. Mary Mothersell a former resident of Vine Valley died at Willard State hospital, Tuesday, May 26th, aged 85 years. She leaves a son John, of Potter with whom she lived until recently, and a daughter Addie of Rochester, also a son by a former husband, W. B. Williams of Vine Valley.
Funeral services were held at the Johncox Undertaking rooms, Thursday, with interment in Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed Sept 11, 1935
Mrs. Elizabeth Berry, wife of Stephen Berry, died at her home in the town of South Bristol, on Wednesday, September 4, 1935. Mrs. Berry was 68 years old and was born in Richmond, NY, Dec. 11, 1866.
The deceased is survived by her husband, six daughters, Mrs. George Cameron, Mrs. Marion Francis, Mrs. Edward Nicholson, Mrs. Leon Semmett, Mrs. Hattie Robinson, Miss Lena Berry and several grandchildren.
The funeral was held on Saturday, at the late home, Rev. F. C. House, officiating and the burial was in Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed May 21, 1941
John Fox, 81, of this place, died on Tuesday, May 13,1941 in the hospital in Wayland, after, a lingering illness. Mr. Fox was born in England, and came to this town when a small boy. He was regarded by all as a true "gentleman of the old school," and his friends were legion.
Mrs. Fox, the former Ada Denmore, died on June 6, 1933. He is survived by two sons, William J. Fox, of this place, and Raymond Fox, of Williamson; three daughters, Mrs. Aulda Gardner, of Canandaigua, Mrs. George Happ and Mrs. Irwin Borncamp, of Rochester; one sister, Mrs. Sarah Middlebrook, of South Bristol; and ten grandchildren.
Services were held on Thursday afternoon from the home of William J. Fox, conducted by the Rev. Stephen Pratt, of Chapin, and the Rev. Guy L. Morrill, of Canandaigua." Burial was made in the Academy cemetery. The bearers were Stuart Fox, Julius Rose, Arthur and Clifford Middlebrook, Irving Covert and Oscar Fox.
The Naples Record Wed Nov 12, 1941
Claude L. Brand, 51, died on Wednesday morning, November 12, 1941, at his home in Academy, after a long illness. Very well-known, Claude Brand will be missed by his many friends. He drove the rural school bus to Canandaigua. For many years, he had conducted a general store near Academy.
Mr. Brand is survived by his wife, Alma Trickey Brand; a daughter, Mrs. Frederick H. Eckert, of Naples; two sons, Elmer L. and Murray C. Brand, of Canandaigua; his mother, Mrs. Elmer Brand, of South Bristol; four brothers, Murray, Bert, Gordon, and Morris Brand, all of South Bristol; and two sisters, Miss Beulah Brand, of South Bristol, and Mrs. James Smith, of Arlington, Virginia.
Services will be held from the home on Friday at two o'clock, the Rev. Stephen S. Pratt, of the Canandaigua Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be made in the Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed May 12, 1943
Roy Edward Cooper, 23, of Canandaigua, died in that city on May 5, 1943. He suffered injuries in an automobile accident last October, from which he did not recover. He was born in Naples a son of Edward and Lena Cole Cooper. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Lillian Emmons Cooper; a son, Roger, and a daughter, Joyce, of Canandaigua; his mother, Mrs. Roy Belcher, of Shortsville; four sisters, Mrs. Charles Schank, of Palmyra, Miss Gertrude Cooper, of Canandaigua, Misses Mary and Myrtle, of Shortsville; six brothers, Maynard and Lawrence Cooper, of Canandaigua, Walter Cooper, in Australia, Floyd Cooper, in the Marine Corps, Donald and Lawrence Cooper, in Shortsville.
Services were held in Canandaigua on Friday, and burial was made in the Academy cemetery.
The Enterprise Wed June 14, 1944
Mrs. William Beaton, 63, of Canandaigua, RD 5, mother of William Beaton, Jr., of Shortsville, died in Genesee Hospital, Rochester, on Sunday night, following a cerebral hemorrhage, suffered while on her way to church in that city earlier in the day. She is survived by her husband, the son and five sisters. Obsequies will be held from a Canandaigua funeral chapel on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with interment in Academy Cemetery.
Danville Breeze Thurs June 19, 1947
Earl S. Fletcher - Military services were held Tuesday for Earl S. Fletcher, 51, World War I veteran who died Saturday, June 14. Members of the Toland-Fredenburg Post, Groveland American Legion, participated.
Sergeant-at-arms was Leslie Morgan; color bearers, David Cowell and P. G. Litteer; color guards, Clarence Kornbau, Ross Hynes; bugler, Dwight Herrick; firing squad, Don Johnson, William Stevens, Wilfred Roffe, Charles Hendershott, Julius Campo, Joseph Hainesworth, Don Savino, Albert Taylor.
Pall bearers were Charles Mefford, William Martin, George Mefford, Latter Levy, Floyd Wirth, John McCarthy. Howard Quait served as chaplain at the cemetery, with the Rev. Richard E. Pitts of Dansville offering the final prayer.
Services were held at Smith Funeral Home at 2 p.m., with interment and military services at Academy Cemetery, Ontario County.
The Naples Record Wed Sept 17, 1947
Mrs. Anna Brand, 81, of this town, died in Memorial Hospital in Canandaigua, last Friday, September 12, 1947, after a long illness. She had resided in South Bristol all her life, in the same house where she was born.
She leaves four sons, Murray, Bert, Gordon and Maurice Brand, all of South Bristol; two daughters, Beulah Brand, of South Bristol, and Mrs. Henry J. Smith, of Arlington, Va.; two brothers, Curtis Burd and Albert Burd, of the Town of Canandaigua; and a sister, Mrs. Inez Redner, of Canandaigua.
Services were held in Naples at 2:00 p. m. on Monday, Rev. Stephen S. Pratt, of Canandaigua, officiating. Burial was made in Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed Mar 24, 1948
LeRoy C. Lyon, 56, of Holcomb, died on March 20, 1948, in Memorial Hospital, in Canandaigua. He was born in Naples on January 8, 1892, a son of Frank M. and Helen Fox Lyon. He was a resident of Canandaigua for forty-three years before moving to Holcomb.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Brand Lyon; two sons, Robert E. and Donald G. Lyon, of Canandaigua; a daughter, Mrs. Lucile C. Cooper, of Honeoye; two brothers, Edwin H. and Frank Lyon, of Canandaigua; three sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Marsh and Mrs. Alice Furnam, of Canandaigua and Mrs. Julia Fleet, of Penn Yan; four grandchildren and nieces and nephews.
Services were held Tuesday at 2 pm, in Canandaigua, conducted by Rev. Stephen S. Pratt, of the Chapin Methodist Church. Burial was made in the Academy cemetery.
The Naples Record Wed Jan 19, 1949
LEON F. SENNETT - Leon F. Sennett, 58, died last week in Wayland Hospital. He was born on October 23, 1890, in the Town of South Bristol. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cora Sennett; eight children: Raymond, of Flint, John, of Canandaigua, Donald, of Hopewell, Leon and Roger, of Naples, Mrs. Clayton Schenk, of Naples, Miss Gladys Sennett, of Rochester, Miss Jane Sennett, of Naples; three sisters, Mrs. Ray King, of Naples, Mrs. John Smith, of Honeoye, and Mrs. Sarah McClurg, of Rochester.
Services were held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. from the Bristol Springs church;, conducted by Rev. D. M. Radcliff. Burial Academy cemetery.
The Geneva Times Friday July 13, 1956
CANANDAIGUA - Mrs. Cora Trickey, 76, of 328 Tait Ave., Greece, formerly of Canandaigua, RD 5, died in Rochester Thursday after a long illness, she was the widow of the late John N. Trickey.
Friends may call at the Kennedy Funeral Home tonight. Final rites will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the funeral home with the Rev. Ellroy VanDyke, pastor of First Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Academy Cemetery.
Mrs. Trickey was born Sept. 1, 1879, in the Town of South Bristol. She was the daughter of the late Augustus and Harriet Holcomb Mehlenbacker.
Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Clarence Neu and Mrs. David Shaner, both of Greece; one son, Walter L. Trickey of Rochester; a brother, Henry A. Mehlenbacker, of Academy; a sister, Mrs. Edward Rice, Rochester; nine grandchildren; two great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
The Naples Record Wed May 7, 1958
AUSTIN C. LEE
Austin C. Lee, 68, died Saturday, May 3, 1958, at his home in South Bristol. He was born in this town, October 25, 1889, son of Charles T. and Eliza Burd Lee. He was a former Canandaigua Lake pilot, and more recently had been a dealer in livestock. He was a member of South Bristol Grange No. 1107..
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Lucy Fox Lee; a son, Elwood Lee, of South Bristol; a brother, Clifford E. Lee, of Naples; two grandchildren; three nieces and three nephews.
Services are Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the Emory funeral home, Naples, Rev. Birger Halvorsen, of the Naples Methodist Church, officiating. Burial in Academy cemetery.
Geneva Daily Times Thurs Oct 16, 1958
Mrs. Ina H. Sackett - CANANDAIGUA - A funeral services for Mrs. Ina H. Sackett, 85, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Kennedy Funeral Chapel with the Rev. David H. Ayers, pastor of the Canandaigua Federated Church officiating. Burial will be in Academy Cemetery.
Mrs. Sackett died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Paul F. Monigle, Rochester, after a long illness. She had resided in Rochester for four months. Previously she had lived with another daughter, Mrs. Floyd B. Gage, Reed Corners. She was a native of South Bristol and had lived in the Ontario County area most of her life.
She was twice married, first to Fred J. Higley who died in 1949, and in 1983 to Winfield S. Sackett, who died this spring.
She was a 30-year member of Academy Grange at Cheshire and of the Community Church at Cheshire.
Beside her two daughters, she leaves a son, William J. Higley, Canandaigua, a brother, Albert M. Hicks, and a sister, Mrs. Floyd B. Smith, both of Canandaigua; 10 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.
Shortsville - Manchester Enterprise Thursday May 14, 1964
NAPLES - Lloyd H. Bills, 65, died unexpectedly at his home, Cheshire Road, Saturday. Born in the Town of South Bristol, June 21, 1898, the son of Harmon and Alice Hulse Bills, he had always lived in this vicinity and was a farmer all his life.
He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Edward (Marian) Barldey, of Rochester; one sister, Mrs. Essie Earl, of Rochester; two grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were conducted from the Willis C. Moore Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Tuesday, the Rev. Edwin D. Miner, pastor of the Naples Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial was made in Academy Cemetery.
Ontario County Times Journal Friday Nov 23, 1973
NAPLES - Murray C. Brand, 85, of Naples, RD1. died Sunday, November 11, 1973, in Thompson Hospital, Canandaigua, where he had been a patient following a fall at his home.
Born January 28,1888, he was a native of South Bristol and lived in the house where he was born for 56 years. He was a lifelong member of South Bristol Grange and was a member of the old Bristol Springs Band.
He is survived by his widow, Ethel Hulse Brand (November 17 would have been their wedding anniversary); a brother, Maurice Brand of Bristol Springs; two sisters, Beulah Brand of South Bristol and Mrs. Claude (Mildred) Ives of Arlington, Va. and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were from the Kennedy and Son Funeral Home, Canandaigua, at 2 p.m. Tuesday, November 13 with burial in Academy Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the Maxfield Hose Co. of Naples and the Bristol Springs Free Church or a charity of the donor's choice, in his memory.
Finger Lakes Times Tuesday July 15, 1980
NAPLES - Oscar B. Fox, 71, of Seneca Point Road, died yesterday in the Thompson Hospital, Canandaigua. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m today at the Kennedy & Son Funeral Home, Canandaigua.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home. Burial will be in Academy Cemetery, Canandaigua. Memorial contributions may be made to the Academy Cemetery Association.
Mr. Fox was born in the Town of South Bristol and attended Naples High School. He was a member of the Naples Methodist Church and the John Hodge Lodge FAAM of Naples He was a 50-year member of the South Bristol Grange No. 1107. He spent the majority of his life as a grape grower at his farm on the Seneca Point Road. He had been active in grape growers associations for years.
Surviving are his wife, Anna Wixom Fox; one daughter, Barbara R Fox of Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Austin (Lucy) Lee and Mrs. Julius (Ruth) Rose; and one brother, Stuart F. Fox, all of Naples; and several nieces and nephews.
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