Case Memorial Mausoleum, Mt. Adnah Cemetery, Fulton, NY
Contributed by Mrs. Mary Gilmore, History Room, Seymour Library Auburn, N.Y.
is the Case Memorial that once stood in Mt. Adnah Cemetery in Fulton.
It was dismantled and sold to someone in Maine, I believe. Certainly it
was worthy of National Register recognition and the cemetery, itself is
on the register, but no one would come up with funds to restore it and
its condition was dangerous. I'm sure they would appreciate the picture
if you can pass it on and I would be willing to see that it gets to the
Many thanks to Vicki Kenyon for generously sharing this list of family names buried in Mt. Adnah Cemetery. Vicki visited the Mt. Adnah Cemetery in Fulton, read the following stones, and has pictures of these stones.
Elisha M. Veeder 1839-1925 ( from
Eva M Campbell Ingersoll 1887-1977wife
of Bruce J, daug of Etta/George Campbell
My great-great-great grandparents are buried in Mt. Adnah cemetery. I saw their grave stones when I visited there nearly 20 years ago and photographed them. Sarah Baker, born July29, 1797, died Sept. 7, 1893. Next to her stone was Jesse W. Baker, born Sept. 21, 1796, died July 11, 1843. Jesse's stone was flat on the ground, cracked and covered with moss which I cleared away at that time. Sarah's stone was much newer and in very good condition. They had sons Albert J., my gr-gr grandfather who migrated to Hillsdale Co., Mich., William, Edgar M., James, DeWitt. Jesse's father, William Baker, was a REV War Pensioner.Contributed by Elise Baker Willis. E-mail address at: email@example.com
Contributed by Suzanne M. Kubacki at: firstname.lastname@example.org
by Gale Lee Payne at: GaleBrisa@aol.com
Contributed by Marilyn J. Brewer
Contributed by Bill Young at: Scout10520@aol.com
STODDARD, FREDERICK F. - born 4 Sept. 1848 at Granby, Oswego County, NY; died 9 June 1903, buried in Lot 35, Section 13 West Half of Mt. Adnah Cemetery, Fulton, Oswego County, NY; son of Philo Stoddard & Charlotte Wendell.
Contributed by M. Sue Wells at: email@example.com
Section 23 lot 39 (purchased, 1920, by Rollo Stevenson Sackett, sibling of John Stevenson)
b. 1851 Volney, NY d.
1851 Utica, NY
Section 20 lot 82 (purchased, 1893, by Edith T. Stevenson sister-in-law of John Stevenson)
STEVENSON b. 1854 Scotland
d. 1893 Fulton, NY
CHILDREN OF PETER & EDITH STEVENSON
STEVENSON b. 1891 Fulton, NY
d. 1933 Fulton, NY
George & Bernard Stevenson were twins. Bernardís widow, Ellen, is buried in this same section.
E. ELLEN COLEMAN
b. 1893 New York city, NY d. 1977 Fulton, NY
b. 1873 Fulton, NY
d. 1922 Fulton, NY
widow is buried in Section 6 lot 1 with her parents Dr. Charles
Bacon & wife Mary Whitaker
Contributed by Betty LaRobardiere at: Bettylarob@aol.com
of monument says:
on the other
two other headstones
(see above, also listed on monument)
George W Blount
and a little
old one that is hard to read:
Contributed by Chuck Simons at: Ssimonsays@aol.com
My 3rd ggf, Charles William Clark
, b: 13 March 1796 in Saybrook Middlesex, Connecticut
His daughter, Chloe Ann (Clark) Foster b: 1830 Leyden Lewis, New York d: 22 July 1910 Fulton, New York, buried at Mt. Adnah Cemetery.
Her husband, John Dorland Foster b: 1826 ? d: 23 June 1913 Fulton, New York Mt. Adnah Cemetery.
Vincent D. Foster b:1896 Oswego Falls (town of Granby) d: 17 June 1897 Oswego Falls and buried Fulton, New York Mt. Adnah Cemetery. (*probably great grandson)
They are all in Section
15 Lot 27, which was purchased by Richard Edmundson and subdivided
to Kellie McIntosh and John Dorland Foster.
Contributed by Robert Clark at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Gertrude Phelps Painter
William B. Painter
Jack R. Painter
Contributed by Lynn Crandall at:email@example.com
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