McMasters Corners Cemetery, Sennett Township,
Town of Sennett, Cayuga County NY, Book 65
Records taken 1920
( Town of Sennett, NY) Cemetery #196
See photo images from this cemetery courtesy of Chris Riley Spengler
Data on this cemetery was taken from the (Frank) Skilton Records Index, Cayuga
The Skilton material is now located in the Local History Archives at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Barns Statira d. 5/19/1830 ae 69 b. abt. 1761 Louisa dau. Thomas & Mary d. 9/5/1835 ae. 23 b. abt. 1812 Botsford Mabel w. of Ezra d. 1/31/1816 ae. 35 (in 35th year) Timothy Scott son d. 1/23/1816 ae. 1-2-13 Griffin James d. 3/10/1838 ae 68-7-25 Mary w. and dau. of of Moses & Hannah Wilkinson d. 1/3/1846 James d. 6/7/1848 ae. 30-9-26 Cornelia, Dayton dau. James & Mary d. 7/15/1816 ae 10 Luckey Joseph d. 9/31/1833 ae 67-7-17 Lanah his w d. 10/7/1847(8) ae 31-10-5 Henry C. son of Joseph & Caroline d. 2/13/1838 ae 3-9- Richmond Charles B. d. 8/31/1873 ae 6 mo. sons of James Clarence H. d. 9/22/1872 ae 7 mo & H..... Spooner Esther E. dau. John & Fannie d. 8/1/1868 in 15th year Stevenson Thomas d. 8/7/1833 ae 50 Mercy his w. d. 6/6/1860 ae 71-11-3 Arthur son d. 6/18/1834 ae 21-3-17 Rachel Ann dau. d. 5/1/1830 ae 14-2-24 Ward Stephen E. son of Erastus & Lucy d. 3/28/1872 ae 15-10- Wilkinson Moses d. 8/7/1819 ae 76 (pos Rev Sold) Hannah his w d. 11/7/1816 ae 64th year
Some 2008 photo images from this cemetery courtesy of Chris Riley Spengler
|From: Spengler, Christine J.
To: Bernie Corcoran
Sent: Sunday, October 12, 2008 5:25 PM
Subject: McMasters Corners Cemetery
I spent a little time trying to locate the McMasters Corners Cemetery in Sennett this past week. It was a good thing to have the cemetery location map of Sennett found on the County Historian's website or I never would have found it. This is a sorry cemetery and is located exactly where the map indicates. However, it is in a woodlot and is completely overgrown. It is fast disappearing. I took several general shots of the location and you can see that there are precious few stones still standing. In fact, there are very few left at all. Some of the ones that have toppled over are completely weathered away. Only a couple are still readable and the pictures are attached.
Chris Riley Spengler
Bernie Corcoran, Cayuga County