Tibbals & Wement Cemeteries

 Canadice,  NY




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Tibbals Cemetery 

Canadice, NY

On abandoned road off east side of Ross Road



Some of this list is compiled from news articles or obits,  found.

BUGH Sarah J. 1844 -  Apr 1, 1911 North Cohocton; 66y; w/o Wm.; d/o Noah TIBBALS   [obit below]
BUGH William H. 1846 - Feb 9, 1889; 42y; h/o Sarah J.  TIBBALS
CORNELL Alvin T. 1814 - Aug 28, 1841; 27y
CORNELL Esther July 14, 1814 - Aug 4, 1889; 75y; nee WETMORE
CORNELL Stephen 1812 - Mar 3, 1831; 18y; s/o Wm. & Phebe (Alcott)
CORNELL William (Dr) May 1, 1781 - 1818; 36y; h/o  ??? & Phebe (Alcott) Blackmore
HALL Loleta died July 1955 N. Haven, CT; 74y; w/o ???; d/o Wm. & Sarah (Tibbals) BUGH; sis, Mrs. Vira Briggs [cremated] [her husb died March 1955]   [obit below]
HALL Mr.  died March 1955;  husb of Loleta BUGH;  [found no obit]
MONKS Lorenzo May 1821 -  abt. June 28, 1901; 80y; h/o Mary Ann WETMORE  [body found 7/5/1901]  [obit]
MONKS Mary Ann Feb 4, 1826 - June 30, 1910; w/o Lorenzo; nee WETMORE
NORTH Esther 1812 - 1831; 19y
NORTH Eudella Feb 21, 1864; 4y; d/o Cameron S. & Elvira T. (Wetmore)     [1860 census - aged  3y]
NORTH Eudora June 3, 1856 - Feb 21, 1864; 7y;  d/o Cameron S. & Elvira T. (Wetmore)    [1860 census - aged 7y]
NORTH Stephen 1801 - 1843; 42y
OWEN  Lucille bur. Feb 14, 1897; w/o ???;  youngest d/o D. Gilbert  & Emma (Tibbals [Emma died 1895  [obit]
STILES Mrs. early Aug 1889 N. Cohocton; sis/o Nelson WETMORE     [obit below]
TIBBALS Charlotte 1793 - Apr 9, 1832; 38y; 2nd w/o David; nee TABOR; had epilepsy; 6 kids; [obit]
TIBBALS David Oct 8, 1785 CT - Sept 27, 1868; 83y; 6  kids (many, predecease); h/o:  Phebe [d. 1809], Charlotte [d. 1832] & Phebe ALCOTT  [died 4/3/1864]
TIBBALS Jane Sept 1822 Eng - 1906; 83y; nee BENNETT; w/o Peter; mother of Albert H.
TIBBALS Juliette 1825 - Mar 24, 1904; 78y; w/o Noah
TIBBALS Noah  1823 - Oct 1895; 72y; h/o Juliette; s/o David & Charlotte (Tabor); dau, Sarah J. Mrs. Bugh;  [he had kidney problems - news item, Jan 1895] 
TIBBALS Peter Apr 2, 1821 - July 17, 1878; 57y; h/o Jane BENNETT
TIBBALS Phebe 1785 MA - Apr 3, 1864; 78y; w/o Mr. Blackmore, Wm. Cornell, Ebenezer Kimball & David Tibbals; nee ALCOTT 
TIBBALS Wakeman 1816 - 1825; 7y; young s/o David & Charlotte (Tabor); sis, Mrs. Sarah J. Bugh  [news items]
TIBBALS Winfield June 9, 1850 - July 29, 1853; 3y; d/o Noah & Juliette
WETMORE Lydia Jan 1, 1794 - Nov 10, 1848; 52y; w/o Orlando; nee AMES
WETMORE Orlando May 12, 1792 - Sept 3, 1863; 71y; h/o Lydia AMES



Livonia Gazette               Friday            March 14, 1884         by Dianne Thomas     [I re-organized  this article by cemetery name]

A correspondent of the Springwater Enterprise, furnishes that paper with the neurological record of Canadice for the past year: 


Josiah Jackman, son of Abner Jackman, aged 2 1/2 years, buried in Canadice cemetery.

Alpheus Struble died June 25th,  aged 14 years; buried in Canadice cemetery.


Addison C. Brown died January 6th, aged 53 years; buried in Bald Hill cemetery.

Henry Johnson died April 4th.aged 80 years; buried in Bald Hill cemetery. 


Hattie Colvin died February 6th. aged 17 years; buried in Evergreen cemetery, Springwater. 

Levi, son of John Salter, died May 4th, aged 1 year; buried in Evergreen cemetery, Springwater.

Mrs. Jane Dalrymple died July I8th, aged 55 years; buried in Evergreen cemetery, Springwater. 

Allen Huff died November 21st, aged 63 years; buried in Lake View cemetery, at Honeoye.



Naples Record                Wednesday            Aug 14, 1889                         by Dianne Thomas  

The remains of a Mrs. Stiles, sister of Nelson Wetmore, of North Cohocton, were brought from Honeoye Falls on the 7th instant and interred in the Tibbals cemetery. Friends from North Cohocton were in attendance. August 12. 1889.



Livonia Gazette                Friday                    February 19, 1897                            by Dianne Thomas  

Lucille, the youngest daughter of D. Gilbert Owen, was buried at the Tibbals cemetery last Sunday.



Livonia Gazette                Friday                    February 19, 1897                            by Dianne Thomas  

Noah Tibbals was born on the farm where he had always lived and where he died Last Friday, in October 1823.  He married Miss Juliet Gibson in February, 1844, who survives him. 

Four children were born to them, one dying young, two daughters and one son growing up to womanhood and manhood. One daughter, Mrs. Emma Owen, died last spring, which leaves the son, Wakeman D., and Mrs. Sarah Bugh

Mr. Tibbals had always been a tanner. He became  converted over forty years ago.

He was first a Christian in belief, and for many years had been a firm believer in the Advent doctrine. The funeral was held at his late residence, the Rev. Mr. Jackson, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Bristol, officiating, speaking from passages which the deceased had marked for this occasion. Mrs. Charlotte Edgar of Wisconsin and Luther Tibbals of this town, a sister and a brother, are all that are left of a large family. 

Mr. Tibbals was a man of great firmness of character, decided in his views, and ever ready to lend a helping hand to those in need of assistance. His upright Christian character will live after him, and not alone at the family fireside will he be missed, but throughout this vicinity.

The sympathy of a bereaved community will be extended to the sorrowing companion and the entire family.         Canadice        Nov. 7.




Cohocton Valley Times       Wednesday           April 5, 1911      

Death of Mrs. S. J. T. Bugh -  Mrs. Sarah J. T. Bugh, a highly esteemed resident of Atlanta, died at her home, Friday, March 31, 1911, after a lingering illness. Mrs. Bugh was born in this state in 1844, and would have been 67 years old at her next birthday. She was an accomplished musician and instructor. She was chorister and musical instructor of the Presbyterian choir at Atlanta for many years.

Deceased was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Tibbals of Canadice, N. Y. While engaged in teaching music in Ohio she became acquainted with William Bugh, with whom she was afterward united in marriage. To this union were born three children, one son and two daughters. 

She was a devout Christian worker and a prominent member of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of this place for many years.

Mrs. Bugh leaves a brother, Wakeman Tibbals, of Canadice; three children, Corey Bugh of Cleveland, Ohio; Misses Loleta and Vira Bugh of this town.

The funeral was held Sunday at 2:30 o'clock at the Presbyterian church, Rev. Dr. E. R. Evans, officiating. The remains were taken to Canadice Monday where they were interred in the family burial plot beside those of her husband.


Livonia Gazette                Friday                    April 7, 1911                              by Dianne Thomas  

The many friends of Mrs. Sarah Bugh, formerly of Canadice. will be sorry to learn of her death at her home in North Cohocton. The funeral was held from her late home on the 2d inst., and the burial was in the Tibbals cemetery at Canadice on the following day.



Livonia Gazette              Thursday                July  21, 1955                          by Dianne Thomas  

The ashes of Mrs. Loleta Bugh Hall of New Haven Conn., were interred on Friday in the Tibbals cemetery. She was the daughter of William and Sarah Tibbals Bugh and spent part of her childhood here. She was 74 years of age and is survived by one sister, Mrs. Vira Briggs, who is at the old Tibbals homestead. Mr. Hall died in March.  



Wement Cemetery

This Quote taken from the RAIMS website about the existence of this cemetery:

"While this cemetery has been known for some time, it has never been read and there are no records.  Residents suspect that it was a family cemetery.  Its listing here is based on the testimony of witnesses that it does, indeed, exist.   To date, no stones have been found."

 See pamphlet:  Rev. James T. Dougherty.  Diamond Jubilee.  St. Mary's Church of Canandaigua, New York.  1844-1919.  (Canandaigua, NY:  The Church, 1919)  

[Also nothing found in News Papers by this Cemetery Name]

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