OLD SENNETT CEMETERY
Sennett, NY (Cayuga County)

The following photographic inventory project was started in July of 2005 and completed in June of 2006. In this chart, the NAME and CEMETERY RECORDS columns represent the cemetery inventory that was originally conducted and as listed on the website. Any comments or corrections to this inventory are listed in the COMMENTS column. Locations are approximations (See Map). The graves are aligned in rows, but the rows are not completely even and tend to meander and merge from time to time. The map locations are not meant to be exact survey locations, only general areas to assist in locating a grave. The entries that are shaded green indicate that a grave could not be found in the cemetery for that individual. There are 47 entries so shaded. However, at the end of the chart is a listing and photos for 41 unidentified graves. There are several other points of interest:

The vast majority of the stones are extremely weathered. The 41 photos of unknowns show that the inscriptions are all but impossible to decipher.

There are obviously missing headstones in this cemetery. There are spaces between graves where it appears that there once was a marker. In several cases, there was a headstone base but no headstone. Pictures were not taken of these bases.

The cemetery was closed to new burials shortly after the turn of the century, except for those that had burial plots awaiting them. I was told that the main reason for this was that the location of all graves was uncertain and the city fathers didn't want to take the chance of digging someone up in order to plant another. The fact that there are 47 entries with no photos and 41 photos of unknowns, along with the empty spaces in the rows and the headstone bases with no headstones, supports the reasoning behind closing the cemetery to new burials.

There does appear to be space available for new burials, especially in the Northeast corner of the cemetery (D3, G1, G3). This part of the cemetery is low and is right next to a somewhat swampy area. It cannot be said for certain, however, that this area is without burials.

The first burial in the cemetery is listed as 1803. The next listed burial was in 1811. Research into this cemetery is ongoing to include the historical origins of the cemetery, but it is interesting that there appears to be an eight-year time span between the first and the second burial, leading one to ponder the possibility of burials in this interval that have been totally lost to the records.

Chris Riley Spengler
August 2006

The NAME and the CEMETERY RECORDS columns represent the cemetery inventory as listed on the website.  Any comments or corrections are listed.  Locations are approximations (See Map).  The cemetery is layed out in rows, but the rows are not completely even.  If anyone goes to visit the cemetery, be warned that there are gound nests of hornets in the area of section i1.  This photographic inventory is not complete.  The last several rows at the back of the cemetery and portions of i1 and i2 are still to be photographed.  Also of note: There are obviously missing stones in this cemetery.  There are spaces between graves where it appears that there once were stones.  In other cases, there is a base, but no stone.  There are a number of stones that are so worn that it is impossible to dicepher them.  I have placed photos of these at the end of this document.  The vast majority of the stones are extremely weathered.

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NAME CEMETERY RECORDS COMMENTS LOCATION PHOTO #
ADAMS, Robert G. d. Oct. 20, 1833 ae 31/36 yrs   Row 8 E4 214
ADAMS, Jonathan d. Oct. 29, 1828 ae 63 yrs.   D2 134
ADAMS d. Oct. 20, 1880, wife of Robert G. Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
ADAMS, Sarah d. Feb. 23 1846/8 ae 73 y. 9 mo, 20 da, wife of Jonathan   D2 133
ADAMS, Noble d. Sep. 12, 1846, ae 53 y. 2 mo. 26 da. stone lying flat Row ll E3/H1 273
ADAMS, unknown NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST Daughter of Jonathan & Sally Adams. D. June 27, 1817 Ae 7 days. Row 5 A4/D2 130
Adams, Emeline d. Mar. 4, 1846, ae 10Y 5 Mo., 8 da., dau. of Noble & Lucy   Row 11 H1 275
ADAMS, Lurandy Arnold 1800-1833 Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
ADAMS, Worthington d. Jul. 21, 1833/5 in 27 yr. (See: Brown) Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
ADAMS, James C. (or E.) d. May 6, 1852 ae 62 yrs. Middle initial is "C" Row 5 D2 132
AGNEW, George d. Mar. 23, 1824, ae. 36 yrs 36 yrs & 4 mos B2 15
AMOS, Mary K. d. Dec. 20, 1851, ae 70y 7 da. Relict of AMOS 70y, 7mo. Last name is Bennett (wife of Amos Bennett i3 310
APTHORP, Mary Ann d. May 6, 1859, ae 24 y, 0Mo, 26da, wife of Wm. Apthorp Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
ARNOLD, Joseph d. Jul. 18, 184/55 ae 75 y. 3 mo, 5 da the date appears to be 1845 B1 16
ARNOLD, Anna d. May 5 182/49 ae 57 yrs, wife of Joseph The date is 1829. Died at 33 years (best guess) B1 17
ARNOLD, Silas d. Apr. 27, 1838, ae 58y, 11 mo, 16 da   H3 322
ARNOLD, Silas, Jr. d. Jan.21, 1821. ae 6mo, 11da. Son of Silas & Lydia   H3 321
AVERY, David d. May 14, 1866, ae 60 y, 10 mo, 3 da   H3 296
AVERY, Elshea d. Sep. 10, 1854, ae 35 yrs. Wife of David AVERY Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
AVERY, Minerva H. d. Jul. 26, 1871, ae 20y, 6 mo, 0da. Dau of Elshesa & David AVERY Could be a date of 1821. Stone indicates 5 months, not 6 months. Daughter of "David and Elishva Avery." A2/A4 56
AVERY, George d. Feb. 4, 1881 in 30th yr.   A2/A4 55
BAGLEY, Betsey E. d. Feb. 1, 1822 ae 11 months stone indicates 11 months and 28 days Row 7 E2 179
BAGLEY, Almira d. Feb. 20, 1823, ae 1y 0Mo 20Da Daughter of _____? Probably Jason & Almira Row 7 E2 178
BAGLEY, Jacob d. Feb. 20, 1846, ae 19y, 2 mo, 29 da, son of Jason & Almira   Row 7 E2 177
BAKER, Horace d. Jul. 13, 1845/54, ae 54 yrs.   Row 2 C2 3
BAKER, Sarah d. Mar 6, 1876, wife of Horace "wife of Horace Baker" Row 2 C2 1
BAKER, Lucinda d. Oct. 10, 1833, ae 1y, 4 mo, 0da, dau. of Horace and Sarah "Lucinda E." Row 2 C2 2
BAKER, Wilber L. 1886-1931   D3 221
BALL, Samuel d. Dec. 17, 1854, ae 75 yrs.   Row 9 i1/i2 224
BALL, Mary d. Sep. 17, 1859, ae 77 yrs, wife of Samuel   Row 9 i1/i2 224
BALL, Charles d. May 30, 1870, ae 26 yrs.   Row 9 i1/i2 223
BALL, Harvey or Hervey d. Oct. 29, 1884, ae 75 yrs. Name is Hervey. "Jennett, his wife" also listed on stone Row 9 i1/i2 223
BALLOU, Delilah d. Dec. 13, 1840, ae 22 yrs. Wife of John      
BECKER, John d. Apr. 19, 1904, ae 83y, 1 mo, 9 da. GAR marker on grave Row 7 E1 187
BECKER, Mary A. d. Jan. 17, 1875/6, ae 80y, 11mo, 17da, wife of John "Mary A. Bucher, wife of John Becker," "Rest dear mother, Rest." Row 7 E1 186
BEEMAN, Dr. Noah d. Sep. 1823, ae 46 yrs. Dea. Instead of Dr.? September 25. Looks like "Doc. Noah Beeman" Row 1 A1/A2 59
BENNETT, Amos 1739-1838 See: Amos, Mary K. (his wife) Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
BLUFF, William d. Jul 29, 1885, ae 60y, 8 mo, 15 da.   Row 9 H2/E4 235
BLUFF, Harriett d. Aug. 29, 1919, ae 91 yrs., wife of William This may be "Mother Bluff" who ran a store in the village at the turn of the century Row 9 H2/E4 234
BLUFF, Willie R. d. Jan. 11, 1887, ae. 20y, 9 mo, 0da, son of William and Harriet   Row 9 H2/E4 233
BLUFF, Jennie d. Aug. 14, 1875, ae 20y, 2 mo, 6 da. Daughter of Wm. & H. Bluff Row 9 H2/E4 236
BOWEN, Hezekiah d. Oct. 16, 1864. b. Jul 15, 1789 GAR marker on grave Row 6 C3 146
BOWEN, Deborah d. Jun. 1, 1892. b. Jan 2, 1800, wife of Hezekiah   Row 6 C3 145
BOWEN, Calvin d. Sep. 27, 1856, ae 22 yrs. Son of Hezekiah and Deborah Stone lying flat and embedded in ground Row 6 C3 144
BOWEN, Aaron d. Mar. 3, 1840, ae 11 mo, 23da, son of Hezekiah and Deborah Shares stone with sister Row 6 C3 143
BOWEN, Emma d. Sep. 28, 1846, ae 11y, 1 da, dau. of Hezekiah and Deborah or Emma E. Shares stone with brother Row 6 C3 143
BOWEN, Pamela d. Oct. 23, 1878, b. Apr. 13, 1832, Dau of Hezekiah & Deborah, wife of B. Godfrey   Row 6 C3/F1 142
BOWEN, Delos K. d. Sep. 21, 1863, ae 32yrs, 1st. Lt. Col. Regt. Drowned at Ft. Jackson, Miss Stone broken off and lying embedded in ground Row 12 G3 289
BOWEN, Susan Eliza d. Jun. 13, 1861, b. Oct. 28, 1833, wife of Delos K.   Row 12 G3 290
BOWEN, Charlie d. Apr. 26, 1879, ae 6y, 5mo, 1da, son of Joseph & Agnes   E3/H1 238
BOWEN, Spencer d. Apr. 16, 1879, ae 72y, 25da GAR marker on grave Row 12 G3 284
BOWEN, Sarah Merrick d. Dec. 8, 1908, ae 97yrs. Wife of Spencer Wife of Spencer S. Bowen Row 12 G3 285
BOWEN, Harlow W. d. Oct. 30, 1879, ae 36y, 8 mo, 13da. Son of Spencer & Sarah Name is Hurlon. Son of Spencer & Sarah M. Row 12 G3 286
BOWEN, Fred H.
(See E-Mail Note Below)
1871-1903, son of Spencer & Sarah stone says "son of H.W. and Laura Bowen." Row 12 G3 287
BOWEN, Cora E. 1860-19__ 1860-1953. Shares stone with Mary Bowen G4 323
BOWEN, Mary E. 1837-1918 Shares stone with Cora Bowen G4 323
BROWN, Rev. Thomas   Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
BROWN, Lurancy Arnold Adams 1800-1883, 2nd wife of Rev. Thomas Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns. See: Adams    
BRUGES, Mary Cady d. Apr. 19, 1850, wife of B.R. wife of B.R. Burges Row 7 E1/E2 182
BULLEN, Selina d. Dec. 14, 1840, ae 22 yrs. Wife of John B. "He brought down my strength in my joy and shortened my days" Row 1 A2 22
BULLOCK, Nathan d. Feb. 10, 1819, b. Apr 16, 1851 Correspondence with a descendant of Nathan indicates that his birth date was actually 1751. Nathan and Hepsibah were the parents of Mehitable Freeman, wife of John Freeman Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
BULLOCK, Hepsibah d. Dec. 9, 1825. b. Jun 1, 1754, wife of Nathan Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
BULLOCK, Anna d. Dec. 18, 1815. b. Oct. 5, 1785 Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
BULLOCK, Amos d. Mar 12, 1813. b. Apr. 6, 1793 Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
BURRINGTON, G.G. d. Sep. 22, 1864, ae 51y, 9mo, 5da   Row 7 F2/F4 168
BURRINGTON, Polly d. Jan 12, 1884, ae 74y, 7mo, 0da. Wife of G.G.   Row 7 F2/F4 167
BURRITT, Lewis d. Feb. 8, 1873, ae 84y, 7mo, 6da appears to be in a small family plot surrounded by stone posts i4 303, 303a, 305
BURRITT, Polly d. Oct. 21, 1865, ae 76y, 11mo, 20da. Wife of Lewis appears to be in a small family plot surrounded by stone posts i4 304,305,306
BURRITT, Nathan d. Feb. 1, 1868, ae 46y, 3 mo, 27 da.   Near Cady Plot 78
BURRITT, Luther Jay NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST IN THIS FORMAT (d. May 27, 1857. ae 2y, 5mo, 6da.) See: JAY, Luther B3/B4 Cady Plot 75 , 76
BURRITT, Susan Phelps d. May 11, 1908, ae 83yrs. Wife of Nathan See: Susanna Phelps B3 74, 77
CADY PLOT notes The Cady plot is at the front of the cemetery and is a prominent feature of the cemetery. There is an old gate (Photo # 79 ). In addition, there are a number of stone posts with rusted rings. At one time there may have been a chain that ran between these posts to define the confines of the plot. Within this plot is a small stone with the letters: EBEN (Photo #27). This is right next to the grave of Grace Cady. It is uncertain who this stone belongs to. Some of the Cady's have individual graves and are also mentioned on the larger family marker. Cady Plot 79,
27
CADY, Elias d. Apr. 19, 1835, ae 59 yrs. "My flesh shall slumber in the ground till the last joyful tromp (?) shall ___. Then ___ its chains in sweet surprize and in my saviour's image rise." Row 7 E1 185
CADY, Deidemia d. Oct. 13, 1850, ae 70y, 9mo, 0da. Wife of Elias   Row 7 E1 184
CADY, Dr. Curtis C. d. Jan 18, 1862 in 70th yr.   Row 2 Cady Plot 37
CADY, Philomela d. Sep. 2, 1875, ae 76y, 4mo, 25da, Wife of Dr. Curtis C.   Row 2 Cady Plot 37, 40
CADY, Martha d. Dec. 7, 1858, ae 5y, 2mo, 22da, Dau. of Abel & Juliette Godfrey   Row 2 B3/B4 32, 34
CADY, Curtis C. d. Dec. 5, 1889, ae 69/70 yrs. "Father" Died in his 70th year. Name appears on west side of Cady Monument B3/B4 Cady Plot 30, 31, 38
CADY, Sarah Ramsey d. Sep. 12, 1911, ae 79 yrs. Wife of Curtis C. "Mother" Stone definitely says "Rumsey" and not "Ramsay." "A firm believer in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. A life member of the W.C.T.U., also President of the Society at different times." (Could WCTU stand for Women's Christian Temperance Union???) Middle initial is S. Name appears on west side of Cady Monument Row 2 B3/B4 Cady Plot 29, 31, 38
CADY, Grace d. Jul 19, 1869. Infant Dau. of Curtis & Sarah Name appears on south side of Cady Monument Row 2 B3/B4 Cady Plot 26, 33
CADY, B. Jay d. Dec. 5, 1870, ae 11y, 11mo, 14 da, Son of Curtis & Sarah Name appears as B. Jay on south side of Cady Monument ans as Jay B. Cady elsewhere. Row 2 B3/B4 Cady Plot 28, 33
CADY, E.E. d. Aug 8, 1857, ae 1y, 5mo, 10da, Son of Curtis & Sarah Date of death looks like 1852. Name appears on south side of Cady Monument. Row 2 B3/B4 Cady Plot 33
CADY, Curtis d. Nov. 26, 1854, ae 39y, 1mo, 17 da   Row 7 E1/E2 39, 181
CADY, Eliza d. Aug. 5, 1883, ae 78y, 11mo, 21da   Row 7 E1/E2 183
CADY, Charlotte d. Nov. 10, 1827, ae 16 yrs. "daughters of Elias & Deidemia Cady" Row 7 E1/E2 180
CADY, Anna d. May 29, 1813, ae 11 yrs.   Row 7 E1/E2 180
CADY, Alemon M. d. May 5, 1841, ae 1y, 4 mo, 20 da, Son of E.E. Month looks like Mar. Name appears on east side of Cady Monument Row 2 B1/B4 Cady Plot 34
CADY, Frances A. D. Mar 5, 1842. Ae 4mo, 15da Name appears on east face of Cady Monument. Under Frances's name is "Children of E.E. Cady" Row 2 B1/B4 Cady Plot 34
CATLIN, Mary d. Oct. 25, 1871, ae 88y, 2mo, 25da Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
CHAPPEL, Thomas d. Dec. 20, 1839, ae 62 yrs   Row 5 C4 89
CHAPPEL, Mary d. Mar 26, 1842, in 66th yr. Wife of Thomas   Row 5 C4 90
CHASE, Martin V. d. Mar 14, 1883, ae 51y, 5 mo, 8da   i4 372
COBURN, Keyes d. May 16, 1885, b. Jul 23, 1804 photo of front and back of stone. Very weathered G4 324, 325
COBURN, Hannnah d. Mar 17, 1864. b. May 1, 1804. Wife of Keyes photo of front and back of stone. Very weathered G4 324, 325
COLLETT, Mary d. Apr. 15, 1868. Ae 63y, 3 mo, 0da. Wife of Joseph Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
COULTER, Jessie F. 1838-1919. Co. G, 5 Regt. NY. Inf. GAR marker on grave Row 7 D2/D1 189
CROSSMAN, David 1805-1864 Headstone is inside stone enclosure H1 301, 302
CROSSMAN, Lydia Atwell 1808-1846. Wife of David Birth date is 1818. Headstone is inside stone enclosure H1 301, 302
CROSSMAN, Susanna Chenery 1813-1919. 2nd wife of David Headstone is inside stone enclosure H1 301, 302
CROSSMAN, Heaky H. d. Mar 30, 1863. Ae 4y, 6mo, 2da. Child of Herman & Minerva Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
CROSSMAN, Eliza R. d. Nov 1, 1899. B. Apr 17, 1831. Wife of George   Row 11 H2 259
CROSSMAN, Philena d. Sep. 15, 1845, ae 47 yrs. Wife of Samuel   H2 265
CROSSMAN, George d. Aug. 25, 1845. Ae 18yrs. Son of Samuel & Philena   H2 264
CROSSMAN, Adelaide d. Sep. 18, 1854, ae 9y, 8mo, 26da Child of Herman & Minerva Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
DAVIS, Solomon d. Mar 20, 1874. Ae 76 yrs.   Row 4 A4 67
DAVIS, Plumy d. Feb. 4, 1837. Ae 37 yrs. Wife of Solomon   Row 4 A4 68
DAVIS, Almira d. Mar 9, 1878. Ae 78 yrs. Wife of Solomon "Gone but not forgotten" Row 4 A4 66
DELAYFOUNTAIN, George 1835-1909 (or 1900) Co. K., 1st U.S.Vol. George W. Date is 1909. GAR marker on grave Row 7 D1 190
DELAYFOUNTAIN, Mary H. d. Jan 6. 1903. Ae 58 "Mary M. Delayfountain, wife of G.W. Delayfountain" Row 7 D1 191
DELAYFOUNTAIN, Charles H. 1872-1900   D2 188
DENNY, Wealthy, Jr. d. Oct 17, 1902. Ae 57 yrs See: Greene G3 331, 333
DILAS, Abraham d. Oct. 19, 1841. Ae 57y, 8 mo, 25da Name is "DILS" Stone is broken in half C1 10
DILAS, Fanny Hill d. Dec. 7, 1841. Ae 51y, 0mo, 8da. Wife of Abraham Name is "DILS" C1 13
DOUGLAS, Goerge d. Jan. 17, 1841. Ae 71y, 10mo, 26da. Last name is "Douglass" "Let friends no more ____ mourn. Nor when my ___ with ____. O' cease to drop the pitying tear. I've past beyond the reach of fear." Row 4 B3/B4 102
DOUGLAS, Hannah d. May 22, 1848. Ae 78y, 4mo, 22da. Wife of George Last name is "Douglass" "Lord, I commit my soul to thee. Accept the sacred trust___this nobler part of me and watch my sleeping dust." Row 4 B3/B4 101
DOUGLAS, Samuel d. Jan 18, 1813. Ae 17yrs. Son of George & Hannah Last name is "Douglass." Stone face of grave completely chipped off. Chips piled up behind stone and can be pieced together like a puzzle. Row 4 B3/B4 103
DOUGLAS, Mary d. Nov. 2, 1858, ae 58 y, 4mo, 9da. Dau. of George & Hannah Last name is "Douglass." "She is not dead but _____(?)" Row 4 B3/B4 104
DUNBAR, Mary M. d. Aug 16, 1864. Ae 37 yrs Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
ELDEDGE See an E-mail message at the bottom of this page concerning a headstone for Alanson Eldredge from a Utah cemetery
ELDREDGE, Ester d. Sep. 23, 1823. Ae 37 yrs. Wife Of Capt. Alanson ELDREDGE
"WHAT DO YOU THINK OF (CHERIE ?)
THE LORD MY SHEPHERD IS
I SHALL BE WELL SUPPLIED;
SINCE HE IS MINE AND I AM HIS,
WHAT CAN I WANT BESIDE."

This headstone was apparently previously miss-read during the countywide DAR burial inventory in the 1960's and incorrectly cited as the headstone for Alanson ELDREDGE with a date of death of Sept. 9, 1823.
 
See an E-mail message at the bottom of this page concerning the transcription of this headstone
Row 6 E1 159
ELDREDGE, Ester d. Aug. 28, 1823. Ae 16 days "Daughter of Alanson & Esther Eldridge." Row 6 E1 158
ELDREDGE, John d. Aug. 31, 1820. Ae 1y, 11mo, 0da   Row 6 E1 160
ELLIOTT, Robert d. Feb. 26, 1861. Ae 29yrs 10mo, 24 da   G1/G2 282
ELLSWORTH, Fernando D. 1845-1922. Co. D., 106 Reg. N.Y. Inf. GAR marker on grave Row 8 F4/i2 93
ELLSWORTH, Lora 1854-1946. Wife of Fernando D.   Row 8 F4/i2 93
ENO, Orpha A. d. May 29, 1871. Ae 49y, 4mo, 28da. Wife of Luther   G4/H3 357
ENOS, Ebenezer d. Jul 14, 1815. Ae 8y, 6mo, 0da Died July 11th Row 5 E2 123
FARMER, George d. Dec 22, 1854. AE 19y, 2mo, 0da "George W., son of Harley & Maria Farmer." Bottom part of stone either missing or has sunk into the ground. Row 5 D2 140
FARMER, Hannah E. NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST Hannah E. Daughter of Harley & Maria Farmer. Died Jan. 22, 1850. Ae 16 yrs & ___? Row 5 D2 139
FARMER, Mary 1828-1910 SEE: TANNER I cannot explain why this family is listed here with the surname of Farmer. The stones are very clear--the name is Tanner. G4/H3 354
FARMER, Cyrus d. Feb. 9, 1884. Ae 81yrs   G4/H3 336, 337
FARMER, Diana d. Jan 29, 1860. Ae 52y, 3mo, 27da. Wife of Cyrus   G3/G4 335
FARMER, John 1821-1899   G3/G4 341
FARMER, Charlotte 1827-1897 Wife of John   G3/G4 340
FARMER, Clarence d. Apr. 7, 1854. Ae 1yr. Son of John & Charlotte   G3/G4 348, 349
FARMER, Dea. William d. Mar 18, 1873. Ae 97y, 19 da   G3/G4 347
FARMER, Eleanor d. Feb. 4, 1872. Ae 91y, 8mo, 2da. Wife of Dea. William   G3/G4 346
FARMER, Dea. Wiliam H. d. Mar 18, 1899. Ae 88 yrs   G3/G4 342, 343
FARMER, Sarah Ann d. Dec. 4, 1873. Ae 55y, 8mo, 22da. Wife of Dea. William H.   G3/G4 342
FARMER, Clarissa d. Mar 12, 1899. Ae 81yrs. 2nd wife of Dea. William H.   G3/G4 344, 345
FELLOWS, Edmund d. May 22, 1841. Ae 66 yrs. Died of consumption Edmund B. Row 5 E1/D2 128
FELLOWS, Nancy J. d. May 12, 1860 (or 66) Ae 81 yrs. Wife of Edmund 1860. Not sure the name is Nancy J. Bottom part of stone is missing. Row 5 E1/D2 129
FELLOWS, Henry d. May 7, 1871 in 72yr.   Row 8 F3/F1 94
FELLOWS, Caroline Avery d. Aug. 4, 1880 in 82yr. Wife of Henry   Row 8 F3/F1 94
FELLOWS, Edmund D. NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST 1834-1894 Row 5 E1/D2 166
FELLOWS, Nancy J. NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST 1837-1915 Row 5 E1/D2 166
FIELDS, Thomas d. Sep. 26, 1865 Ae 82yrs Name is Field. Shares stone with Stephen Field Row 12 G4 294
FIELDS, Eliza wife of Thomas Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
FIELDS, Stephen d. Mar 15, 1860. Ae 11mo. Son of Thomas & Eliza Name is Field. Shares stone with Thomas Field Row 12 G4 294
FISH, Monroe J. d. Aug. 28, 1877. Ae 29y. 4mo, 27da Name is "FISK." Photo #45 is of the arch that was over the top of the graves of Monroe and Ida. Row 3 B3 Cady Plot 44, 45
FISH, Ida L. Cady also wife of D.S. Place Name is "Fisk." Row 3 B3 Cady Plot 43, 45
FISH, Grace Myrtle d. Jul 24, 1876. Ae 9mo, 11da. Name is "Fisk." Row 3 B3 Cady Plot 41
FISHER, Holman d. Sep. 28, 1873. Ae 70yrs. Stone is lying on the ground. It has an inscription, but is unreadable C1 9
FISHER, Sylvia d. Jan. 30, 1883. Ae 85y, 10mo, 11da. Wife of Holman Stone is lying on the ground. C1 8
FISHER, Nathan d. Dec. 30, 1851 in 70th year. Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
FISHER, Hannah d. Oct. 24, 1813. Ae 31y, 26da. Wife of Nathan Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
FISHER, Rhoda d. Apr. 2, 1846. Ae 71y, 3mo, 17da. 2nd wife of Nathan Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
FISHER, Hannah d. Sep. 20, 1813. Ae 2y, 2mo, 26da. Unable to locate grave. See List of unknowns. Possibly Unknown Photo #266    
FLYNN, Olive d. Nov. 27, 1871. Ae 72y, 6mo, 0da. Wife of Daniel   Row 7 F1/F2 170
FOUNTAIN, George W. 1835-1909. Co. K. 1st U.S. Vol SEE: DELAYFOUNTAIN, George Row 7 D1 190
FOUNTAIN, Mary M. d. 1903. Ae 58 yrs. Wife of George W. SEE: DELAYFOUNTAIN, Mary H. Row 7 D1 191
FREEMAN, John D. Mar 10/16, 1862. Ae 77/87 y, 9 mo   C1 11
FREEMAN, Mehitable d. Jan. 17, 1852, Ae 56y, 8mo, 0da. Wife of John Stone is broken and parts are missing. C1 12
GANLEY, Thomas d. Dec. 12, 1851, Ae 23 yrs.   Row 1 A1/A2 58
Ganley, James d. Jan. 2, 1849, Ae 8yrs. Son of Thomas & Catherine   Row 1 A1/A2 60
GATES, John d. May 7, 1876, Ae 80 yrs. west face of monument Row 4 A4 109
GATES, Maria or Martha d. May 11, 1880, Ae 76 yrs. Wife of John west face of monument. Name is Maria Row 4 A4 109
GATES, Benjamin d. Sep. 23, 1864. Ae 79 yrs.   G4/H3 355
GATES, Elizabeth d. Jan. 25, 1873. Ae 84y, 10mo, 3da. Wife of Benjamin   G4/H3 356
GATES, John Spafford d. Jun. 10, 1860/69. Ae 31yrs. Son of John & Maria North face of Gates monument Row 4 A4 110
GATES, Stephen d. Mar 28, 1869. Ae 43y, 3mo, 11da   H4 358
GATES, Elizabeth L. d. Jun 11, 1869. Ae 21/24y, 7mo, 0da   H4 359
GATES, Adeline Z. d. Aug. 13, 1867. Ae 20y, 6mo   H4 360
GATES, G. (C.) Perry 1820-1890/3 1820-1890 H4 361
GATES, Eliza A. 1820-1885 Wife of G. (C.) Perry   H4 361
GATLIN, Mary d. Oct. 25, 1874. Ae 88y, 2mo, 25da Name appears to be GATHLIN Row 2 A2/A4 57
GILBERT, Chloe d. Sep. 25, 1835. Ae 31yrs. Wife of Leonard   Row 5 E2 119
GLASS, Frank J. 1858-19__ date of death is 1946 Row 4 E1 50
GLASS, Rose Austin 1867-1934. Wife of Frank J. Middle initial is "I" Row 4 E1 50
GLASS, John 1821-1907   Row 9 E4 199
GLASS, Jane Sheldon 1823-1906 Wife of John   Row 9 E4 199
GLASS, Joseph 1825-1906   Row 5 E1 51, 106
GLASS, Charlotte 1826-1917 Wife of Joseph   Row 5 E1 51, 107
GLASS, Mary M. 1865-1922. Dau. of Joseph & Charlotte   Row 5 E1 51, 108
GODFREY, Juliette 1806-1859. Wife of Abel Born 1826; died 1852 Godfrey~Cady Monument Row 2 Cady Plot 34, 36
GODFREY, Emma L. 1857-1891. Dau. of Abel & Juliette Born 1852; died 1890 (?) Godfrey~Cady Monument Row 2 Cady Plot 34, 35
GODFREY, Martha P. d. 1853. Ae 5y, 2mo, 22da. Dau. of Abel & Juliette Died Dec. 7, 1858 Godfrey~Cady Monument Row 2 Cady Plot 34
GODFREY, Pamela Bowen d. Oct. 23, 1878/87. b. Aug. 13, 1823   Row 6 C3 142
GOLLETT, Mary d. Apr. 15, 1866. Ae 63y, 3mo, 0da. Wife of Joseph   Row 4 B3 105
GOTTIN, Mary d. Oct. 25, 1874. Ae 88y, 2mo, 25da See: GATLIN Row 2 A2/A4 57
GREENE, Electra E. d. Jul 30, 1864. Ae 48y, 6mo, 14da. Wife of Stephen Electa E. G3 331, 332, 334
GREENE, Wealthy S. Denny d. Oct. 17, 1902. Ae 57 yrs. See: DENNY G3 331, 333
HALL, Annette Crossman 1853-1940. Wife of Chas. K. Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
HALSTED, Daniel illegible   Row 7 F1 173
HALSTED, Olive d. Nov. 27, 1871. Ae 72y, 6mo. Wife of Daniel Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
HARRINGTON, Sarah d. Jul. 23, 1860. Ae 69y, 7mo, 13da. Wife of David   Row 7 F2 92
HARTWELL, Patience d. Jul. 3, 1832. Ae 75yrs.   C2 6
HERBERT, Clifton d. Oct. 7, 1854. Ae 0y, 6mo, 8da. Son of Joseph & Maryette Looks like Apl. 17, 1854 G3 330
HIGLEY, Elizabeth d. Sep. 2, 1838. Ae 10y, 3mo, 0da. Dau. of Enos & Asenath stone leaning against the stone of Mary Webber Row 9 G2 245
HILL, Abraham d. Oct. 19, ___ Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
HILL, Dil d. Dec. 7, 1841. Ae 51y, 8mo, 0da. Wife of Abraham Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
HILL, Sherman 1825-1897   Row 4 C1/C3 84
HILL, Ellen Ellsworth 1827-1875. Wife of Sherman   Row 4 C1/C3 83
HILL, Myron H. 1819-1892 SW face of monument H1 299
HILL, Philena 1823-1900. Wife of Myron SW face of monument H1 299
HILL, Ida J. 1857-1857. Infant child of Myron & Philena   H1 300
HILL 1845-1845. Infant child of Myron & Philena   H1 300
HILL, George S. d. Jun 9, 1858. Ae 5y, 4mo, 22da. Son of Levi & Ellen Georgie S. Row 4 C1/C3 97
HOOD, Tho. M. d. Aug. 1, 1852. Ae 25y, 0mo, 9da   H3/H4 374
HOPKINS, Sally d. Dec. 31, 1838. Ae 47y, 9mo,0da. Wife of Daniel Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
HOPKINS, Lydia d. Apr. 15, 1869. Ae 71y, 11mo, 7da. Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
HORTON, Daniel d. May 23, 1858. Ae 50y, 2mo, 6da.   Row 9 i1 231
HORTON, James d. Jul 27, 1840. Ae 41y, 6mo, 27da.   Row 9 i1 230
HORTON, Edward d. Feb. 3, 1835. Ae 55y, 10mo, 20da.   Row 9 i1 228
HORTON, Charlotte d. Sep. 4, 1872 in 95th yr. Wife of Edward   Row 9 i1 229
INICK, John   Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
INICK, Mary E. d. May 1, 1846. Ae 31y, 1mo, 20da. Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
IVES, Newton d. Sep. 25, 1857. Ae 62yrs.   Row 7 F1 172
IVES, Lucy d. Mar. 7, 1879. B. Jun 8, 1797.. Relict of Newton Top part of stone missing Row 7 F1 171
IVES, Edward D. d. Oct. 22, 1844. Ae 5mo, 8da. Son of F. & Olive   Row 7 F1 174
JAY, Luther d. May 27, 1857. Ae 2y, 5mo, 6da. Name is: Luther Jay Burritt, son of N. & S. Burritt B3/B4 Cady Plot 75, 76
JENKINS, John S. d. Sep. 20, 1852. Ae 34y, 7mo, 0da.   i3 365
JENKINS, Minerva Porter Fellows d. Nov. 24, 1883. Ae 64yrs. Wife of John S.   i3 364
JENKINS, Mary M. d. Jun. 13, 1870. Ae 24 yrs. Dau of John S. & Minerva   i3 363
JENNER, Anna d. Apr. 6, 1826/1926. Ae 88 yrs. Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
JENNER, Matilda d. Nov. 13, 1883. Ae 71 yrs. Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
JOHNSTON, Archibald d. Apr. 19, 1865. ae 52 yrs.   Row 11 G1/G3 283
KERR, Andrew d. May 8, 1829. Ae 17y, 11mo, 17da. From Ohio Andrew C. Stone is broken. Near Cady Plot Row 2 B1/B3 53
KINYON, Winslow d. Jun. 20, 1886. b. Nov. 30, 1801   Row 11 i1 256
KINYON, Betsey Crossman d. May 2, 1864. Ae 64y, 1mo, 26da. Wife of Winslow "Gone to Rest." Stone reads: KENYON, yet husband's reads KINYON H2 260
KINYON, Mary d. Feb. 18, 1837. Ae 6mo, 1da. Dau. of Winslow & Betsey Stone lying flat on ground Row 2 C2 5
KINYON, Caroline d. Feb. 15, 1843. Ae 13y, 10mo, 18da. Dau of Winslow & Betsey Stone lying flat on ground Row 11 i1 257
LYON, Hasley W. d. Apr. 27, 1852. ae 14y, 6mo, 3da.   Row 2 B3 52
MANDEVILLE, Jacob d. Jan. 19, 1830/39. ae 86y, 8mo, 27da. D: 1839  (See Note At The Bottom Of This Page) H3/H4 326, 327
MANDEVILLE, Sarah d. Dec. 11, 1828. ae 74y, 9mo, 6da. Wife of Jacob   H3/H4 326, 327
MANDEVILLE, Stephen d. Jun. 14, 1867. ae 80y, 6mo, 22da. D: 1867 (?) H3/H4 326, 328
MASON, Rev. Edy d. Jul. 28, 1864. ae 77y, 4mo, 21da. Date of death appears to be 1861 at age 73y (?) Stone lying flat on ground H3/H4 353
MASON, Olive d. July 3, 1876. ae 89y, 4mo, 20da. Wife of Rev. Ely Wife of Rev. Edy Mason. "Blessed are the (dead-?) who die in the Lord" H3/H4 352
MASON, Ezra B. d. Jan. 8, 1855. ae 45y, 2mo, 20da. Son of Rev. Ely & Olive Son of Edy & Olive H3/H4 351
MASON, Frankie d. Apr. 12, 1874. ae 18y, 7mo, 3da. Dau. of EH & S. Mason H3/H4 350
MELLEN, Betsey Ann d. Aug. 10, 1860. ae 28y, 8da. Wife of Clark Stone broken and lying on ground G4/H3 329
MERRITT, Nathan d. Oct. 18, 1849. ae 77 yrs.   Row 4/5 A3/A4 112
MERRITT, Elizabeth d. Nov. 12, 1830. ae 56yrs. Wife of Nathan   Row 4/5 A3/A4 113
MILLER, William d. Oct. 27, 1876. ae 83yrs. Family Monument i4 309
MILLER, Sarah Irving d. Feb. 7, 1882. ae 87 yrs. Wife of William Family Monument i4 309
MILLER, Joseph d. Jan. 28, 1864. ae 39 yrs. Family Monument i4 308
MILLER, David I. d. Jan 7, 1862. ae 4mo. Son of Joseph & Sarah Family Monument i4 307
MORGAN, Abigail d. Feb. 15, 1861/4. ae 77y, 7mo, 19da. Wife of Alfred Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
MOSHER, Elivra H. 1830-1883 stone is broken and pieces piled together. Plot surrounded by stone boarder Row 7 E2 176
MOSHER, Rosa A. 1859-1883 stone is broken and pieces piled together. Plot surrounded by stone boarder Row 7 E2 176
MOSHER, Alice M. 1872-1890 stone is broken and pieces piled together. Plot surrounded by stone boarder Row 7 E2 176
PAGE, Jesse d. Feb. 10, 1882. ae 83y, 5mo, 25da   H3/H4 318
PAGE, Nancy d. Feb. 1, 1851. ae 52y, 9mo, 12da. Wife of Jesse Bottom part of stone missing H3/H4 319
PAGE, John d. Jul 4, 1852. ae 65yrs. stone is flat on the ground Row 6 E1 152
PAGE, Sally d. Nov. 20, 1850. ae 65yrs. Wife of John   Row 6 E1 153
PAGE, Clarissa d. Aug. 15, 1852. Ae 50 2nd wife of John   Row 6 E1 151
PAGE, William S. d. Sep. 5, 1840. ae 19y, 1mo, 1 da.   Row 6 E1 154
PAGE, Mary H. d. Dec. 1, 1824. ae 6mo Dau. of John & Sally   Row 6 E1 155
PAGE, Lorenzo d. Sep. 2, 1813. ae 2y, 2mo, 0da. Son of John & Sally Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
PAGE, Rudolphus d. Jun. 2, 1819. ae 7mo, 2da. Son of John & Sally Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
PAGE, Nancy d. Sep. 4, 1846. ae 6y, 9mo, 19da Nancy J., Dau of Jesse & Nancy Page. Died Sept. 4, 1846. Ae 6y,9mo,19da. "Sleep on sweet Jane & take thy rest till God shall call thee with the blest." H3/H4 320
PAGE, Emily Love wife of Jesse   H3/H4 317
PATRICK, Ella d. Dec. 17, 1855. ae 1y, 5mo, 0da. Daughter of Charles (?) Patrick Row 11/12 G4 293
PHELPS, Almero 1800-1883 First name is Almeron. Date of death was 9 Feb. 1883 - from Phelps Family Bible E3 20
PHELPS, Belinda 1799-1867. Wife of Almeron Belinda was a Sunderlin, sister to Horace Sunderlin. Date of death was 14 Oct. 1867 - from Phelps Family Bible E3 20
PHELPS, Mary A. 1802-1882. 2nd wife of Almeron Mary Ann Skadan. Date of death was 1 Jan. 1882. From Phelps Family Bible E3 42
PHELPS, Susanna d. May 11, 1908. ae 83. Wife of Nathan See: Susan Phelps Burritt. Near Cady Plot B3 74, 77
PHELPS, Simri 1762-1841 Date of death was 19 Aug. 1841. From Phelps Family Bible E3 42
PHELPS, Hannah 1772-1849. Wife of Simri Hanna Price. Date of death was 27 Feb. 1849 E3 42
PHILLIPS, Asa d. May 19, 1828. 73y, 11mo, 25da.   Row 5 D2 135
PHILLIPS, Almira d. Apr. 19, 1831. ae 23/32 y, 2mo, 22da. Wife of Asa Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
PHILLIPS, Ester d. Aug. 25, 1860. 62 y, 19da. Wife of Elisha   Row 5 D2 137
PHILLIPS, Charity d. Apr. 24, 1824. ae 3mo. Dau of Elisha & Lurana   Row 5 D2 136
PHILLIPS, Laura d. Dec. 10, 1851. ae 45y, 1mo, 15da. Wife of Franklin   i3 380
PHILLIPS, William H. d. Oct. 8, 1889. ae 36y, 6mo, 0da. Top of stone separated from base Row 3 A4 69, 70
PHILLIPS, Mary d. Aut. 17, 1831. Ae 7mo Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
PHILLIPS, Charles A. d. Jul, 9, 1854. Ae 11mo Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
PLACE, D.S. d. Feb. 13, 1898 b. Jul 2, 1843. Wife was Mrs. Ida L. Cady FISK Doctor S. Place "Beloved husband of Mrs. I.L.C.F. Place. July 2, 1843 - Feb. 13, 1828. Have faith in God, the same yesterday, today and forever." Cady Plot 46, 48
POLHEMUS, Cornelius d. Feb. 13, 1839 ae 84 yrs. Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
POLHEMUS, John d. Feb. 18, 1819/49 ae 68yr, 5mo, 20 da   A2 21
POLHEMUS, Uree d. Jul 23, 1854. ae 75y, 6mo, 8da. Wife of John   A2/B1 19
POLHEMUS, Joab d. Nov. 28, 1819. ae 26 yrs. Father of Mrs. Geo. HEALEY Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
QUICK, Benjamin d. May 19, 1860. ae 83y, 11mo, 17da.   F3/i1 210
QUICK, Abigail Mar. 26, 1803 ae 25y, 11mo, 12da. Wife of Benjamin Quick Bottom part of stone is missing. F3/i1 211
QUICK, Elizabeth May 21, 1861/64. ae 81y, 3mo, 0da. 2nd wife of Benjamin Quick   F3/i1 209
QUICK, Mehitable d. Jun. 30, 1878. ae 72yrs. Wife of Philip Quick Wife of Philip M. Quick. 73 yrs. Name is spelled: Mahetable. "At Rest" i4 368, 369
QUICK, Jane F. d. Dec. 13, 1852. b. Sep. 16, 1826. Wife of E.H. Quick Jane T. Quick. Stone lying flat on ground i4 366, 367
QUICK, Mary E. d. May 1, 1846. ae 31y, 1mo, 20da. Wife of John F. Quick   H1 298
RADCLIFFE, Charles 1850-1924   D3 220
RADCLIFFE, Permillie 1852-1926. Wife of Charles Radcliffe   D3 220
RAMSEY, John d. Dec. , 1875. ae 72y, 4mo, 0da. GAR (1803-1875) gggfather of Fred Ramsay   Row 8 F4 193
RAMSEY, Jane d. Nov. 13, 1870 in 64th yr. B. 1806. Wife of John Ramsay   Row 8 F4 192
RAMSEY,Capt. William 1833-1909. Co. C, 75th Regt. N.Y. Vol Corporal. GAR marker E3 217
RAMSAY, Eliza 1837-1910. Wife of Capt. William Ramsey Eliza A. E3 218
RAMSAY, Unknown NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST no dates on stone Row 8 D4 219
RELPH, Thomas 1824-1891 GAR 1861-66   i1 95
RELPH, Ann Reay 1824-1864 Wife of Thomas Relph (maybe Pray?)   i1 95
RELPH, Sarah E. 1858-1929. Dau. of Thomas & Ann Relph Back of Relph monument. Child of T. & A.R. Relph i1 194
RELPH, Thomas H. NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST Back of Relph Monument. 1856-1864. Child of T. & A.R. Relph i1 194
RELPH, Annie M. NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST Back of Relph Monument. 1863-1950. Child of T. & A.R. Relph i1 194
REMINGTON, Joseph E. 1845-1918. Son of Philander & Sylvia Remington   Row 6 E1 162, 163
REMINGTON, Philander 1818-1879   Row 6 E1 163, 164
REMINGTON, Sylvia Edmonds 1825-1908 Wife of Philander Remington   Row 6 E1 163, 165
REMINGTON, Eva M. 1853-1896. Wife of F.M. Sheldon Eva was either murdered by her husband, Frank Sheldon, or she committed suicide. For an in-depth look at this story, see the book DEATH IN THE PANTRY by Donald J. Stinson (ISBN: 1-55787-125-6) 1994, Empire State Books, Interlaken, NY) This was one of the most notorious cases in Cayuga County history. It also provides some great genealogical information on the Sheldon/Remington lines. Row 6 E1 161, 163
ROBERTS, unknown NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST Infant of John R. Roberts. No dates or name inscribed on stone Row 8 D4 222
ROSE, Levi d. Nov. 7, 1848. ae 26yrs.   Row 12 H3 297
SAXTON, George L. d. Jun 3, 1856. ae 0y, 8mo, 7da. Son of George & Mary Saxton   Row 12 G4 295
SAYLES, Arthur 1857-1910   i4 370
SAYLES, Hettie Farmer 1863-1936. Wife of Arthur Sayles   i4 371
SHELDON, Albert R. d. July 25, 1867 in 37th yr.   E4 213
SHELDON, Daniel d. May 16, 1848. ae 74y, 10mo, 13da There is a GAR marker on this grave, but I believe it really belongs on the grave of Jacob Nelson Sheldon Row 4 C1/C3 82
SHELDON, Rachel d. Aug. 15, 1855. ae 79y. 9mo, 14da. Wife of Daniel Sheldon   Row 4 C1/C3 81
SHELDON, Elvira d. Sep. 18, 1864. ae 62yrs.   Row 4 C1/C3 80
SHELDON, Enos d. May 13, 1885. ae 85y, 3mo, 6da.   H2/H4 47, 312, 313
SHELDON, Mary V. d. Mar 31, 1858. ae 57y, 5mo, 24 da. Wife of Enos Sheldon   H2/H4 314, 315
SHELDON, Samantha d. Sep. 2, 1914. ae 89yrs. 2nd wife of Enos Sheldon   H2/H4 311, 382
SHELDON, George 1820-1894   F3/i1 195
SHELDON, Harriett 1822-188_ Wife of George Sheldon 1822-1888 F3/i1 195
SHELDON, Jacob d. Jul. 18, 1860 b. Aug. 27, 1790 Sheldon monument Row 11 H2/H1 269, 271
SHELDON, Minerva d. Mar. 4, 1846 b. Jul. 16, 1794. Wife of Jacob Sheldon Minerva A. Sheldon monument Row 11 H2/H1 267, 268
SHELDON, Sarah d. Jan. 1, 1885 b. Aug. 9, 1806. 2nd wife of Jacob Sheldon Sheldon monument Row 11 H2/H1 270, 272
SHELDON, Hannah Freeman d. Oct. 12, 1870 ae 83y, 6mo, 18da. Wife of Cephas Sheldon "Her children arise up and call her blessed." Row 4 C1/C3 131
SHELDON, Cephas d. Nov. 17, 1836 b. Nov 10, 1783. m. Jun 2, 1805. See Ray Selover's records Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
SHELDON, Jacob Nelson d. Jun 12, 1869 ae 45 yrs. G.A.R. There was a GAR marker on this grave a number of years ago. I believe it has been moved to the grave of Daniel Sheldon. F1 396
SHELDON, Rufus d. Mar 10, 1828. ae 56y, 3mo, 0da   Row 5 E1/E2 126
SHELDON, Hannah d. Mar. 5, 1812. ae 36y, 11mo, 0da. Wife of Rufus Sheldon   Row 5 E1/E2 125
SHELDON, Lucinda d. Apr. 25, 1835 ae 65yrs. 2nd wife of Rufus Sheldon stone says aged 63 years Row 5 E1/E2 124
SHELDON, Ebenezer d. Jul 10, 1815. ae 18yrs. Son of Rufus & Hannah Sheldon Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
SHELDON, Eliza C. d. Feb. 11, 1832. ae 0y, 8mo, 12 da. Dau. of Enos & Mary Sheldon   Row 4/5 A4 115
SHELDON, Eva M. Remington 1853-1896 wife of F.M. Dau. of Phil. & Sylvia Remington See Eva M. Remington (above) Row 6 E1 161, 163
SHELDON, Jane d. Sep. 29, ae. 3y, 2mo, 23da   i1 381
SHERMAN, Henry 1842- ____ Co. I, 111 Regt. N.Y. Vol. Inf. his date of death is not inscribed on this stone Row 3/4 A4 65
SHERMAN, Emeline Tallman 1834-1921 Wife of Henry Sherman   Row 3/4 A4 65
SILLIMAN, William d. Mar 4, 1867 b. Nov. 2, 1823. Son of John & Catherine Silliman   C1 7
SKADEN, Edmund C. d. Aug. 7, 1877 b. Jan. 13, 1822. Birth date by Ray Selover's bible records Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
SKADEN, Catherine d. May 28, 1883 b. Sep 6, 1825 Wife of Edmund C. Skaden Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
SKADEN, John G. d. Mar 9, 1821/1824. ae 55 yrs.   Row 3 A4/B3 198
SKADEN, Christian d. Jul. 4, 1868 ae 90y, 8mo, 0da. Wife of John G. Skaden   Row 3 A4/B3 196, 197
SKADEN, John G. d. Apr. 12, 1832. ae 13y, 18da. Son of John G. & Christian Skaden Joun. Skadan Row 3 A4/B3 54
SKADEN, J. Henry b. Sep. 12, 1848 Monument is toppled over. Pieces are far apart so grave may have been vandalized. Row 2/3 A4 62, 63, 64
SKADEN, Anna b. Apr. 24, 1847 Wife of J. Henry Skaden Monument is toppled over Row 2/3 A4 62, 63, 64
SMITH, Mary d. Feb. 15, 1826. ae 25 yrs. Wife of Alonzo Smith Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
SMITH, Lydia F. d. Jul. 26, 1866. ae 23/33y, 4mo, 23da. Wife of Charles Smith   Row 6 F2 91
SMITH, Elmon A. d. Aug.28, 1861. ae 2y, 4mo, 3da. Son of Chas. & Lydia Smith   Row 6 F2 141
SOULE, Howard d. Apr 24, 1875. ae 85y, 6mo, 0da.   Row 6 E2 149
SOULE, Sophia Wright d. Jul. 11, 1840. ae 45y, 11mo, 0da. Wife of Howard Soule   Row 6 E2 149
SOULE, George d. Mar 19, 1823. ae 3yrs. Son of Howard & Sophia Soule Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
SPRAGUE, Hannah d. Dec. 8, 1839 in 36th yr. Wife of Wm. Spraque   E4 212
STARR, Olive d. Jan. 3, 1871. ae 10y, 9mo, 9da. Son(?) of Levi & Sarah Starr The name is Oliver i1 255
STEVENS, George F. d. Dec. 21, 1840 ae 6y, 25da. Son of Franklin & Lucinda Stevens Stone is broken off and lying flat on the ground Row 4/5 A3 114
STEVENSON, Arthur d. Nov. 1, 1821 ae 70 yrs   Row 2 B4 24
STEVENSON, Rachel d. Jul 9, 1852. ae 92y, 5mo, 27da. Wife of Arthur Stevenson   Row 2 B4 23
STEVENSON, Maria d. Aug. 24, 1821. ae 17y, 8mo, 1da. Wife of Wm. Stevenson   Row 2 B4 25
STOCKLINE, Caroline Gates d. Fev. 11, 1908 b. Mar 10, 1821 The name reads: STOCKING East side of Gates monument. Daughter of John & Maria Gates. Row 4 A4 111
STOCKWELL, Josephus d. Apr 26, 1812/42 ae 46y, 1mo, 19da Date looks like 1812, but makes more sense to be 1842 if he is the husband of Dulcey. Row 5 C3 88
STOCKWELL, Dulcey d. Feb. 6, 1869 ae 64yrs. Wife of Josephus Bottom part of stone is missing. Row 5 C3 87
STOCKWELL, Hannah d. Dec. 14, 1863 ae 39 yrs. Dau. of Josephus & Dulcey Stockwell Hannah G. Row 5 C3 85
STOCKWELL, Phebe d. Mar 27, 1862. ae 23yrs. Dau. of Joseph & Dulcey Stockwell   Row 5 C3 86
STRONG, Isaac d. Jun 23, 1880 ae 85 yrs Strong Monument Row 11 i4/i2 252
STRONG, Huldah d. Mar 26, 1865. ae 74 yrs. Wife of Isaac Strong Strong Monument Row 11 i4/i2 253
STRONG, Caroline A. Norman d. Mar 11, 1892. ae 71yrs. 2nd wife of Isaac Strong Caroline E., wife of Isaac. 72 yrs. Strong Monument Row 11 i4/i2 251
STRONG, Levi d. Jun 3, 1883 ae 66yrs. Son of Isaac Strong Strong Monument Row 11 i4/i2 253
SUNDERLIN NOT ON ORIGINAL LIST Infant son of Daniel & Nancy E. Sunderlin. Died March 22, 1817. Aged 1 hour. "So the rose fadeth" No first name on stone. Row 6 E1 157
SUNDERLIN, James H. d. Nov. 8, 1877. ae 38y, 7mo, 22da   Row 11 G2/H1 278
SUNDERLIN, Esther J. Depuy 1842-1923. Wife of James H. Dau. of Peter S. Depuy   Row 11 G2/H1 277
SUNDERLIN, Horace d. Sep. 5, 1872. ae 0y, 7mo. 5da. Son of James H. & Esther J. Sunderlin "Little Horace" Row 11 G2/H1 276
SUNDERLIN, Caterine R. 1829-1899   Row 11 G2/H1 281
SUNDERLIN, Charles B. 1841-1895   Row 12 G4 292
SUNDERLIN, Mary E. 1856-1936. Wife of Charles B. Sunderlin   Row 12 G4 292
SUNDERLIN, Leon K. or H. 1855-1911. Son of Charles B. & Mary E. Sunderlin middle initial is H. Row 12 G4 291
SUNDERLIN, Horace d. Mar. 18, 1875. ae 78 yrs.   Row 11 G2/H1 280
SUNDERLIN, Ruth d. May 6, 1834. Ae 33 y, 19da. Wife of Horace Sunderlin   Row 11 G2/H1 280
SUNDERLIN, Margaret d. Nov. 11, 1882. ae 73yrs. 2nd wife of Horace Sunderlin   Row 11 G2/H1 280
SUNDERLIN, Ursula d. Nov. 13, 1870 ae. 43y, 7mo, 0da. Dau. of Horace & Ruth Sunderlin   Row 11 G2/H1 279
SUNDERLIN, Frances L. d. Aug. 25, 1846 ae. 3 (?) 20 da. Dau. of Horace & Margaret Sunderlin   Row 11 G2/H1 279
SUNDERLIN, Daniel d. Feb. 13, 1832 ae 38 b. Aug. 15, 1793 born in Middleton, R.I. Middleton, Vermont Row 8 E3 216
TANNER, Diana On original inventory, listed as FARMER d. Jan 29, 1860 AE 52y, 3 mo, 27 da. Wife of Cyrus G3/G4 335
TANNER, John W. 1821-1899   G3/G4 341
TANNER, Charlotte 1827-1897 Wife of John W. Tanner   G3/G4 340
TANNER, Clarence J. d. Apr. 7, 1854. ae 1yr. Son of John W. & Charlotte Tanner   G3/G4 348, 349
TANNER, Dea. William H. d. Mar 18, 1899 ae 88yrs   G3/G4 342, 343
TANNER, Sarah Ann d. Dec. 4, 1873 ae 55y, 8mo, 22da. Wife of Dea. William H. Tanner   G3/G4 342
TANNER, Clarissa Pierce d. Mar. 12, 1899. ae 81yrs. 2nd wife of Dea. William H. Tanner   G3/G4 344, 345
TANNER, Mary H. (?) 1828-1910 Mary J. 1828--1910 G4/H3 354
TANNER, Dea.William d. Mar 18, 1873 ae 96y, 0mo, 19da   G3/G4 347
TANNER, Eleanor Buckley d. Feb. 4, 1872 ae 91y, 10mo, 2da. Wife of Dea. William Tanner   G3/G4 346
TANNER, Cyrus S. d. Feb. 9, 1884. ae 81yrs   G3/G4 336, 337
TANNER, Sarah W. d. Jul. 25, 1882. ae 75yrs. Wife of Cyrus S. Tanner   G3/G4 338, 339
TAYLOR, David d. May 27, 1889 b. May 25, 1798   Cady Plot 49
TAYLOR, Suffronia Enos d. Aug 4, 1895. b. Aug 4, 1895 (?) Wife of David Taylor   Cady Plot 49
THORP, Mary Ann d. May 6, 1859 ae 24y, 0mo, 26da. Wife of Wm. A.P. Thorp Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
TUCKER, Timothy d. Jun. 21, 1853 ae 60y, 7mo, 12 da   Row 12 i1 96
TUCKER, Ruth d. Aug. 13, 1878 ae 84yrs. Wife of Timothy Tucker   Row 12 i1 96
UPSON, Mary C. d. May 12, 1858 ae 2y, 0mo, 6da. Dau. of Clark & Laura Upson stone lying flat on ground i3 362
VAN WIE, Levi d. Aug 19, 1889 ae 70yrs Mexican War   i4 373
VOSBURGH, C.H. d. Apr. 22, 1864 ae 68y,11mo, 14da   Row 5 C3/F1 116
VOSBURGH, Lucinda d. Dec. 30, 1821. ae 24y, 1mo, 0da. Wife of C.H. Vosburgh   Row 5 C3/F1 118
VOSBURGH, Laura E. d. Feb 11, 1860 ae 23yrs. Dau. of C.H. & Lucinda Vosburgh   Row 5 C3/F1 117
WALDRON, Rebecca d. Nov. 10, 1845 ae 54y, 10mo, 23da. Wife of Levi Waldron   Row 11 H2 263
WEBBER, Charles d. Mar 14, 1879. ae 67y 7da "Husband, I miss thee" Row 9 G2 243
WEBBER, Mary d. Jul 16, 1861. ae 53y, 5mo, 15da. Wife of Charles Webber   Row 9 G2 244
WEBBER, Maria 1837-1896 2nd wife of Charles Webber Maria, wife of Charles Webber Row 9 G2 241
WEBBER, Walter J. 1843-1920 14th Ind. Batt. Ohio Art. "Ohio Lt. Art." GAR marker Row 4 B4 100
WEBBER, Harriet J. Webster 1841-1920 Wife of Walter J. Webber   Row 4 B4 100
WEBBER, William d. Apr. 8, 1881 ae 71 yrs. "Father, we miss you." Row 4 B4 98
WEBBER, Catherine Skaden d. Feb. 7, 1905 ___ wife of William Webber Catherine C. Wife of William Webber. Don't think 1905 is the correct date…possibly 1885? Row 4 B4 99
WEBSTER, Hezekiah d. May 20, 1825/35 ae 69y, 2mo, 2da   Row 6 C3/F1 147
WEBSTER, Anna d. May 20, 1841. ae 65 yrs. Wife of Hezekiah Webster   Row 6 C3/F1 148
WHITE, Alanson d. Nov 5, 1883 b. Apr 17, 1788   Row 9 i1/i2 225
WHITE, Hannah d. Apr. 18, 1841 b. Oct 14, 1792. Wife of Alanson White   Row 9 i1/i2 227
WHITE, Martha d. Jun 2, 1886/8 b. Jun 4, 1802/09 2nd wife of Alanson White Name is Matha. B: 1802; d. July 2, 1886 Row 9 i1/i2 227
WHITE, Hannah S. d. Dec. 14, 1852 b. Jun 30, 1829 Dau. of Alanson White Daughter of A & H White Row 9 i1/i2 226
WHITE, Ollie M. d. Jun 16, 1847 b. Mar 9, 1833. Dau. of Alanson White Daughter of A & M White Row 9 i1/i2 226
WIGGINS, Thomas d. Jan 28, 1905 ae 85yrs. west side of stone A4 71
WIGGINS, Ann Bluff d. Apr. 8, 1887. ae 68 yrs. Wife of Thomas Wiggins South side of stone A4 72
WIGGINS, Robert d. Mar 27, 1899 ae 84 yrs. west side of stone A4 71
WIGGINS, Ann Frost d. Apr. 6, 1894. ae 84 yrs. Wife of Robert Wiggins north side of stone A4 73
WIGHTMAN, Patrick d. Mar 2, 1875. b. Jul 13, 1809   G1/G2 249
WIGHTMAN, Lovina d. Sep. 29, 1865, b. Jul 17, 1803. Wife of Patrick Wightman   G1/G2 248
WIGHTMAN, Stephen d. Aug. 29, 1863. b. Nov. 1, 1837. Son of Patrick & Lovina Wightman   G1/G2 247
WILCOX, Blanche P. d. Apr. 30, 1854. Ae 9yrs. Dau. of H.C. & P.R. Wilcox Stone is broken Row 11 H1 274
WILLIAMS, Healey W. d. Sep. 20, 1811, ae. 2yr. Son of John Williams Unable to locate grave. See list of unknowns.    
WILLIAMS, Norman d. Nov. 3, 1850. ae 47y or 17 yrs.   Row 2 A2 61
WORDEN, Ebenezer d. Nov. 5, 1844 ae 29 y. 0mo, 3da. Stone broken. Proped up on its side. Ebenezer E. E3/H1 239
WRIGHT, Dr. Benjamin T. d. May 13, 1844 ae 39 yrs.   H1/G2 240
WRIGHT, Thomas, Esq. d. Oct. 29, 1812. ae 43y, 2mo, 0da.   Row 5 E2 121
WRIGHT, Sibel d. May 7, 1813. ae 36y, 6mo, 6da. Top of stone is gone. Wife of Thomas. Row 5 E2 120
Wright, Fanny d. Sep. 17, 1812. ae 16y, 6mo, 23 da. Dau. of Thomas Wright, Esq. Stone lying partly embedded in ground Row 5 E2 122

UNKNOWNS

UNKNOWN (2) 2 stones. Unreadable. In line with Page family Row 6 E1 156
UNKNOWN Looks like "Charlie." Grave is in line with those of the Crossman and Kenyon families. Row 11 H2 262
UNKNOWN Looks like "Patience" Daughter of… Stone is next to the Crossman/Kenyon stones Row 11 H2 261
UNKNOWN small stone right next to stone of Winslow Kenyon. "Gone to Rest" Row 11 i1 258
UNKNOWN aged 2 yrs (?) Row 9 G2 246
UNKNOWN Died Feb. 29 18?? Ae: 2 yrs, 8 (6) mo & 10 da. Row 9 H2 232
UNKNOWN, Annie Right next to Bluff stones. Similar construction Row 9 H2/E4 237
UNKNOWN Stone completely weathered away. Right next to stone of Almeron and Simri Phelps Row 8 E4 215
UNKNOWN Near stone of Horace Baker Row 2 C2 4
UNKNOWN (2) 2 small stones. No inscriptions. Possibly footstones, but unable to determine for sure B2 14
UNKNOWN Stone almost completely weathered away. Unable to read. Located right next to Rufus Sheldon (#126) Row 5 E1/E2 127

UNKNOWN Stone right next to that of Ester Phillips (#137). Possibly that of Elisha, her husband, who does not appear on the original cemetery listing Row 5 D2 138
UNKNOWN Stone right next to the Soule burial (#149) Row 6 E2 150
UNKNOWN Right next to grave of Edward Ives. GAR marker Row 7 F1 175
UNKNOWN Grave between stones of George and Philena Crossman. Date looks like Sept. 20, 1828, ae. 2 yrs (or 12 yrs) Possibly grave of Hannah Fisher Row 11 H2 266
UNKNOWN The only inscription are the initials "S.W." Grave right next to that of Maria Webster Row 9 G2 242
UNKNOWN This is a photo of a stone that is right next to that of Anna Arnold. The only markings are letters that look like X.J.P. B1 18
UNKNOWN next to grave of Levi Rose H3/H4 375
UNKNOWN Stone is lying flat on ground and is broken. The word "Grave" is clearly indicated. There is no surname of Grave in the cemetery listing. H3/H4 376
UNKNOWN (3) Three small markers. No inscriptions H4/i3 377
"Henry" UNKNOWN Small marker that only says Henry on top. Between the stones of Timothy Tucker and the Relph monument i1 378
UNKNOWN (2) 2 stones-unreadable i4 379
UNKNOWN Right next to the grave of Martin Chase i4 383
UNKNOWN Small marker with lamb. "Little Clara" (?) Between graves of Minerva Porter Jenkins and Mary Jenkins i3 384
UNKNOWN Next to grave of Mary Upson i3 385
UNKNOWN (2) Two stones that are unreadable. Date of death on one looks like it might be 1851 or 1854 and the other looks like a death date of 1863. Unable to read anything else. H4/i3 386
UNKNOWN unreadable i3 387
UNKNOWN (2) two unmarked stones. Near marker for Mary J. Tanner G4/H3 388
UNKNOWN In the area of the Tanner burials. Right next to the grave of John Tanner G3/G4 389
UNKNOWN Unreadable except for a couple of letters. Between the graves of Betsey Ann Mellen and Clifton Herbert G3/G4 390
UNKNOWN Right next to grave of Emily Love Page H3/H4 391
UNKNOWN Right next ot Unknown photo #379 i4 392
UNKNOWN Some letters in name may be: Y A B I i4 393
UNKNOWN Some letters may be A B L G L L H3/H4 394

E-Mail Containing Corrections or Revisions to the cemetery transcription information found on this website page
Bernie:
I have a correction for a transcription on the Bowen Family in Old Sennett Cemetery.
Bowen, Fred H. born 3-17-1871 and died 1903

Cemetery records list Fred as the son of Hurlon Bowen and Sarah, and the stone lists the parents as H. W. and Laura Bowen. The stone has the correct information, as the parents are Hurlon Bowen (2-17-1843 to 10-30-1879) and Laura "Sarr" Bowen (10-03-1846 to 11-18-1872). Laura is buried in Old Marcellus Village Cemetery, Marcellus, Onondaga County, with her parents William Sarr and Sarah Van Waggoner Sarr.

After Laura's death, Fred was raised by his father and grandmother, Sarah Merrick Bowen. They last appear on the 1900 Sennett Cayuga County census: Bowen Sarah born 9-1811 Widowed born Mass
Bowen Fred H. born 3-1871 parents born New York

The Genealogy of the Merrick--Mirick--Myrick Family of Massachusetts (1636-1902) by George Byron Merrick, also Lists: Pg 250

179. Hurlon (Bowen), son of Spencer and Sarah (Merrick) Bowen, born Feb. 17, 1843, Sennett, N. Y. Married, 1st Nov. 6, 1867, at Marcellus, N. Y., Laura Sarr; she born Oct. 3, 1846, at Sennett, N. Y.; died Nov. 18, 1872, Marcellus, N. Y., leaving one son. Hurlon married, 2nd, Fannie Harper, by whom he had one son. Hurlon Bowen died Oct. 30, 1879, at Sennett. His widow, Fannie, resides in Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, where she is matron of the Queen's Hospital, a position which she has held nearly ten years. Children-

i. Fred (Bowen), b. March 17, 1871, Sennett, N. Y.; never married; is living with his grandmother, Sarah Merrick Bowen, at Sennett; she is over 90 years of age, but is strong for her age.

ii. Hurlon (Bowen), b. 1877; is an engineer and machinist, having learned his trade with the Union Iron Works, San Francisco, Cal., the company which built the battleship "Oregon," which made the celebrated run from San Francisco to Cuba during the Spanish-American War. He lives with his mother in Honolulu.

Thanks
Linda Jasztal
ljasztal@earthlink.net


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rom: Ngatefrst@aol.com
To: cayuga@roadrunner.com ; bseldredge@yahoo.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2010 8:59 PM

Subject: Old Sennett Cemetery - ESTER ELDREDGE vs. ALANSON ELDREDGE

My husband SETH LEE SHARR, a 2nd great grandson of ALANSON ELDREDGE + ESTER CLARK SUNDERLIN, has taken photographed her headstone -- mistakenly attributed to ALANSON's.

Please find the headstone inscription below. My husband is certain of every word but one --CHERIE (French for "dear," which would make sense in this context & which I draw attention to in bold face type.

ESTER
ELDREDGE
WIFE OF CAPT
ALANSON
ELDREDGE
DIED SEPT 23
1823 AGED
37 YR

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF CHERIE
THE LORD MY SHEPHERD IS
I SHALL BE WELL SUPPLIED;
SINCE HE IS MINE AND I AM HIS,
WHAT CAN I WANT BESIDE.

ALANSON ELDREDGE, born 16 Nov 1782, died 14 Dec 1857 in Salt Lake City (Salt Lake Co), Utah and is buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery (Plat A, Block 10, Section 11).
Headstone image


Date: 2010-07-14
Marian Maniscalco  manimar1@verizon.net

I am Regent of the Owasco chapter NSDAR and wanted to have you update the Old Sennett Cemetery for Jacob Mandeville. We will be placing a marker near his grave that he was a Pvt. in the Revolutionary War. The placement will take place on Aug. 7th, 2010.

Above information submitted to The Cayuga County NYGenWeb Project by: Chris (Riley) Spengler
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