From Ontario Repository & Messenger 6 June 1877

Memorial Day in Canandaigua was observed in a manner most fitting and satisfactory. The day was all that could be desired; and the attendance of spectators and participants in the ceremonies more numerous than ever before on occasions of the kind. The following are the names of the deceased soldiers whose graves were decorated:

2d U. S. Artillery - First Lieut. and Brevet Major Albert M. Murray.

4th N. Y. Artillery - Stephen J. Whitwell, Co. H; David W. McJannett, Co. A; Peter Turner, Co. H.; Augustus T. Wilder, Co. M; Thomas Kenney.

2d Michigan Cavalry - William J. Chesebro, Co. F.

160th N. Y. Infantry - Captain Henry Moore, Thomas Moore, Co. E; Peter A. Ellis, Co. G; James Fogarty, Co. E; James Maney, Co. E; Andrew McIntyre, Co. E; James Hickey, Co. E.

15th N. Y. Cavalry - Jeremiah Dempsey, Co. C; Arthur Hennessey, Co. C.

8th N. Y. Cavalry - Q. M. Sergeant John Y. Raines.

126th N. Y. Infantry - Col. James M. Bull; Capt. Charles M. Wheeler, Lieut. Henry M. Lee; Leroy N. Denton, Co. K; Wm T. Lamport, Co. D; Charles G. Smith, Co. D; Henry Underhill, Co. K; Darius C. Sackett, Co. D; Benjamin H. Ackley, Co. K; Owen McGinty, Co. H; George McOmber, Co. F.

33rd N. Y. Infantry - James Dempsey, Co. D; William H. Ingraham; James A. Turner.

98th N. Y. Infantry - Rhoda Higgins; Daniel Scannel, Co. K; Thomas Eckles; Isaac Decker, Co. K; Drum Major James Miller.

85th N. Y. Infantry - William J. Dougherty, Co. G.

148th N. Y. Infantry - Brevet Lieut. Col. Henry R. Murray; Samuel Oatman, Co. G; Samuel M. Thompson, Co. G; William H. Hoff, Co. G.

15th N. Y. Infantry - Joseph Adams, Co. E.

11th N. Y. Cavalry - John C. Robillard, Co. C.

111th N. Y. Infantry - William S. Millions, Co. F.

28th N. Y. Infantry - Benjamin Frazer, Co. E; Lafayette Lee, Co. E.

14th U. S. Infantry - Richard White, Co. D.

1st N. Y. Veteran Cavalry - Samuel Doyle.

18th N. Y. Infantry - Capt. Henry Faurot, Co. G; George W. Royce, Co. G; Abner Supplee, Co. G.

50th N. Y. Engineers - John C. Herron, Co. G; George M. Supplee; Charles D. Raymond, Co. L; David Mosher, Co. E.

13th N. Y. Artillery - Lieut. Henry B. Gibson.

U. S. Ship Brooklyn - James A. Day.

U. S. Monitor Vindicator - Thomas Gibson.

Belonging to unknown organizations - Frederick Jeffrey, Byron G. Crane, James O'Neil.



From Neapolitan Record 2 June 1881

The ritual of the G. A. R. was used in the decoration of the graves, commencing at the mound for the "Absent Dead." The following graves were then covered with flowers and wreaths:
James Tyler
Edwin Tyler
Amenzo L. Deyo
Ellery C. Deyo
Dr. James Parmely, Jr.
Ira D. Lyon
Phenomenine Lacy
Tyler J. Briggs
Charles Leggett
Charles Schesler
Daniel Cole
Lt. S. F. Lincoln
Lt. Babcock
The graves of the following soldiers of 1812:
Thomas Covel
Amasa Johnson
Richard Schutt
The procession re-formed and marched to the lower cemetery where the following were decorated:
Jonathan Lee, 1812
John Cronk, 1812
Henry Porter, 1812
Lyman Cummings, 1812
E. W. Cleveland, 1812
Daniel Johnson, 1812
Col. W. W. Clark, 1776
For the late war there were three:
Daniel M. Perry
Orville Perry
Capt. A. A. Bingham


From Ontario County Journal 3 June 1881

DECORATION DAY

"Bury anew in fairest flowers
The hero hearts that sleep below;
Their fame secure, their memory ours
To cherish as the seasons go."

A bright morning whose sun shone on flags at half mast commenced the day set apart for the remembrance of the nation's honored dead -- those who gave up their lives in brave defense of their country. The majority of the business places were closed during the afternoon. The day was observed in Canandaigua by a large number of people, and the public exercises were of more than usual interest. By the generous contributions of the ladies of the village, an abundance of flowers, tastefully arranged in bouquets and wreaths, was prepared, to deck the soldiers' graves.

At 1:30 o'clock the procession was formed on the public square, by Capt. Wm. H. Adams, marshal, . . . to the public square, where the preliminary decoration ceremonies were observed by the G. A. R. Post, and then the cemeteries were visited and the graves decorated.

The following are the names of those whose graves were decorated, their regiments and the date of their deaths.

Wm. Schellenger
Wm. H. Ingraham
LaFayette Lee
Peter Wm. T. Lamport
Isaac Decker
Leroy N. Denton
John O. Robillard
James Miller
Wm. J. Doughterty
George Clark
Wm. Young A. Ellis
Henry M. Lee
Abner Supplee
Geo. M. Supplee
George McOmber
John Y. Raines, 8th Cav.
Charles G. Smith
Frederick Jeffrey
Henry Underhill
Wm. Underhill
George M. Royce
Cha's D. Raymond
Benjamin Fraser
Benjamin H. Ackley
John Cutler
J. Albert Day
Tho's W. Gibson
Henry B. Gibson
Wm. S. Millrous
Samuel M. Thompson
John G. Heron
James A. Turner
Wm. J. Chesebro
Stephen J. Whitwell
Samuel Oatman
Albert M. Murray
Henry H. Murray
Darius C. Sackett
Charles M. Wheeler
Stephen W. Moore
Byron G. Crane
Augustus T. Wilder
Joseph Adams
Wm. H. Hoff
Henry M. Moore
Daniel W. McJennett
James Eighmy
E. G. Holland
James M. Ball
Owen McGinty
James Fogerty
James Dempsey
Jeremiah Dempsey
James Nancy
Rhody Higgins
Arthur Hennesey
Thomas Moore
James O'Neill
Daniel Scannel
Peter Turner
Richard White
Samuel Doyle
Andrew McIntyre
Thomas Eckles
James Hickey
Joseph Gleason
Wm. J. Poor
50th N. Y. Eng.
33d Reg.
28th Reg.
160th 126th Reg.
98th Reg.
126th Reg.
11th Reg., Cav.
85th Reg.
85th Reg.
__ Reg.
__ Reg
126th Reg.
18th Reg.
50th Eng.
126th Reg.
8th Cav.
126th Reg.
__ Reg.
126th Reg.
Navy Receiving Ship N. C.
18th Reg.
50th Eng.
28th Reg.
126th Reg.
33d Reg.
Navy Ship "Brooklyn"
Navy Ship "Vindicator"
13th Art.
111th Reg.
148th Reg.
50th Eng.
33d Reg.
2d Mich. Cav.
4th Art.
148th Reg.
2d U. S. Art.
148 Reg.
126th Reg.
126th Reg.
176th Reg.
__ Reg.
4th Art.
1st U. S. Inft.
148th Reg.
160th Reg.
4th Art.
98th Reg.
156th Reg.
126th Reg.
126th Reg.
160th Reg.
33d Reg.
15th Cav.
160th Reg.
98th Reg.
15th Cav.
160th Reg.
__ Reg.
98th Reg.
4th Art.
14th U. S. Inft.
1st Vet. Cav.
160th Reg.
98th Reg.
160th Reg.
4th Art.
__ Reg.
May 7, 1869
July 20, 1862
Oct. 15, 1870
Feb. 13, 1865 DEC. 18, 1862
Dec. 20, 1866
Sept. 5, 1863
Aug. 15, 1862
April 18, 1874
Feb. 16, 1864


Jan. 6, 1875
Feb. 15, 1864
Mar. 1, 1864
Sept. 62 1876
Dec. 18, 1864
Sept. 28, 1862
Jan. 11, 1863
March 27, 1863
___
Nov. 30, 1862
April 22, 1869
Oct. 19, 1861
Dec. 9, 1875
May 23, 1880
Feb. 4, 1870
Dec. 29, 1866
Aug. 2, 1870
Jan 12, 1864
Nov. 5, 1863
March 11, 1862
July 4, 1863
1863
Sept. 20, 1869
July 20, 1864
July 22, 1864
Feb. 18, 1876
Feb. 10, 1871
July 3, 1863
March 23, 1873
Oct. 4, 1864
Nov. 5, 1863
April 24, 1867
Sept. 10, 1875
March 1, 1875

Oct. 16, 1879

July 25, 1867
April 2, 1873
Jan. 27, 1874
July 2 1861
Jan. 1, 1864
Jan. 22, 1870
April 17th, 1869
April 1, 1865
Dec. 21, 1865
May 26, 1865
July 6, 1865
April 3, 1865
March 23, 1865
Jan. 6, 1869
Jan. 25, 1872
April 7, 1868

April 27, 1878
Jan. 31, 1881



From Ontario County Journal 29 May 1885

Below are the names of the soldiers and sailors of the late war who lie in the cemeteries of this village:

Albert M. Murray
Rev. Darius C. Sackett
Stephen W. Moore
Augustus T. Wilder
William H. Hoff
David W. JcJannett
James M. Bull
Bennett Munger
J. Albert Day
Henry B. Gibson
Samuel M. Thompson
James A. Turner
Stephen J. Whitwell
William H. Schellinger
Lafayette Lee
William T. Lamport
Leroy N. Denton
James Miller
George Clark
Henry M. Lee
George M. Supplee
John Y. Raines
Frederick Jeffrey
William Underhill
Charles D. Raymond
Benjamin H. Ackley
Owen McGinty
James Dempsey
Rhody Higgins
Thomas Moore
Daniel Scannell
Richard White
Samuel Doyle
Thomas Eckles
Joseph Gleason
Thomas Kinney
Orsemus Allen
Andrew L. Hall
John Drummer
Henry R. Murray
Charles M. Wheeler
Byron G. Crain
Joseph Adams
Henry W. Moore
James P. Eighmey
William J. Poor
Rev. E. G. Holland
Thomas W. Gibson
William S. Millious
John G. Herron
William J. Chesebro
Samuel Oatman
William H. Ingraham
Peter A. Ellis
Isaac Decker
John O. Robillard
William J. Dougherty
William Young
Abner Supplee
George McOmber
Charles G. Smith
Henry Underhill
George W. Royce
Benjamin Frazer
John Cotter
James Fogarty
James Maneg
Arthur Hennessy
James O'Neill
Peter Turner
Thomas Kinney
Andrew McIntyre
James Hickey
William Ryan
James McGray
John Fountaine
Thomas Morrissey
Benjamin Pike
Edward Collins
Henry L. Davenport
Charles A. Hill
Harrison Ingraham
Charles M. Prosser
Augustus Freeland

The following named veterans have died during the past year:

Dennis McCarthy - Co. E, 160th Reg.
Patrick Mahaney - Co.K, 15th Reg. Eng.
Capt. Ten Eyck Munson - Co. F, 126th Reg.
Charles Aiken - Co. E, 28th Reg.
George Freer - Co. G, 148th Reg.
Charles B. Ellis, Co. L, 8th Reg. Cav.



From Ontario County Journal 1 June 1888

The day set aside for honoring the memory of those departed heroes who braved the storm of shot and shell in defence of their country's honor, was very generally and appropriately observed Wednesday, by memorial services, and the customary floral decorations throughout the county. The following is a list of the names of the deceased veterans whose graves were decorated:

Albert M. Murray
Rev. Darius C. Sackett
Stephen W. Moore
Augustus T. Wilder
William H. Hoff
David w. McJannett
James M. Bull
Bennett Munger
J. Albert Day
Henry B. Gibson
Samuel M. Thompson
James A. Turner
Stephen J. Whitwell
William H. Schellinger
Lafayette Lee
William T. Lamport
LeRoy N. Denton
James Miller
George Clark
Henry M. Lee
George M. Supplee
John Y. Raines
Frederick Jeffrey
William Underhill
Charles D. Raymond
Benjamin H. Ackley
Owen McGinty
James Dempsey
Rhody Higgins
Thomas Moore
Daniel Scannell
Richard White
Samuel Doyle
Thomas Eckles
Joesph Gleason
Thomas Kinney
Orsemus Allen
Andrew L. Hall
John Drummer
Henry R. Murray
Charles M. Wheeler
Byron G. Crain
Augustus Freeland
Patrick Mahaney
Charles Aiken
Charles B. Ellis
Roswell B. Smith
Chauncey Root
Rev. A. H. Lung
Patrick Flynn
Joseph Adams
Henry W. Moore
James P. Eighmey
William J. Poor
Rev. E. G. Holland
Thomas W. Gibson
William S. Millious
John G. Herron
William J. Chesebro
Samuel Oatman
William H. Ingraham
Peter A. Ellis
Isaac Decker
John Fountaine
Thomas Morrissey
Benjamin Pike
Edward Collins
Henry L. Davenport
Charles A. Hill
Harrison Ingraham
Charles M. Prosser
Dennis McCarthy
Capt. T. E. Munson
George Freer
W. H. Hicks
Richard S. Foster
Edward Glenn
William Wilson
James Corcoran
Thomas Wyvall
Thomas Clark
John Sanders
William Ryan
James McGary
John O. Robillard
William J. Dougherty
William Young
Abner Supplee
George McOmber
Charles G. Smith
Henry Underhill
George W. Royce
Benjamin Frazer
John Cutter
James Fogarty
Daniel McGuinness
James Maney
Arthur Hennessy
James O'Neil
Peter Turner
Thomas Kinney
Andrew McIntyre
James Hickey


The following have been buried in the Canandaigua cemeteries since last memorial day:

George S. Ineson, Co.H, 50th N. Y. Engineers.
Alonzo M. Elmer, Co. F, 1st N. Y. Dragoons, transferred from Fillmore, Allegany county.
Thomas Dulligan, Co. C, 15th N. Y. Cavalry, reinterred, died in 1882.



From Geneva Daily Times 28 May 1904

Below will be found a list of the soldiers whose graves are to be decorated Monday. It has been prepared with great care and is complete as far as it is known but any corrections or additions will be gladly received by Major May of Swift post, G. A. R. The graves as arranged by cemeteries are:

WASHINGTON STREET

Sly, William E. - I 14 Mich Inf.
Sedgwick, A. W. - G 148 N. Y. Inf.
Ormond, James A. - E 126 N. Y. Inf.
Layton, William - D 26 U. S. C. T.
Burns, Harvey - D 26 U. S. C. T.
Huntington, G. W. - D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Sherwood, George - E 14 N. Y. Inf.
Updike, W. J. - E 126 N. Y. Inf.
Davenport, Jno - G 33 N. Y. Inf.
Clear, Timothy Jr. - H 38 N. Y. Inf.
Thompson, John W. - E 126 N. Y. Inf.
Jackson, Dr. Henry J. - Surg. 3 N. Y. Zouaves
Teal, Nathan - 50 N. Y. Eng.
Strong, Josiah - Revolution
Draper, Dyer - B Mexico
Probasco, Henry G. - H 194 N. Y. Inf.
Ringer, Charles W. - Capt. E 1 N. Y. Vet. Cav.
Sherman, Jacob - Lt. E 129 N. Y. Inf.
Sherrill, E. - Col. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Backenstose, E. W. - H 33 N. Y. Inf.
Stokes, J. H. - Gen. U. S. V.
Gage, E. B. - Capt. B 148 N. Y. Inf.
Farrington, S. M. - Sgt D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Bedell, Ambrose - E. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Bayley, P. M. - 1812
Hardy, John A. - B 8 U. S. C. T.
Nares, Geo. - Lt. D 50 N. Y. Eng.
Davis, Alfred - D 20 U. S. C. T.
Skinner, Isaac - Capt. F 126 N. Y. Inf.
Phillips, John - B 20 U. S. C. T.
Brown, Glenalvin - G 8 U. S. C. T.
Logie, Wm. K. - Col 141 N. Y. Inf.
Probasco, G. N. - Sergt. D 2 N. Y. Cav.
Clark, Robert - 1812
Gray, Joshua - 1812
Green, Samuel
Swallow, A. L. - H 107 N. Y. Inf.
Suydam, H. S.
Angus, Samuel - Capt. U. S. N.
Swift, Joseph G. - Gen. U. S. A.
Swift, Foster
Swift, Joseph G. - Lt. U. S. N.
Swift, Jonathan W. - Com. U. S. N.
Swift, James T.
Lawrence, Thomas - 1812
Bradford, Charles G. -
Haines, Mitchell - H. 107 N. Y. Inf.
Combs, Mitchell - 1812
Probasco, Christian - 1812
Bourn, John E. - 126 N. Y. Inf.
Coon, Spencer - 27 N. Y. Batt.
Gordon, L. C. - D 109 N. Y. Inf.
Phelps, Andrew - D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Stotenbur, Almon - M 4 N. Y. H. Art.
Van Riper, H. D. - H 75 N. Y. Inf.
Crouthers, Joseph - Sgt D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Cadmus, Abram - E. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Mensch, C. M. - H. 33 N. Y. Inf.
Stockwell, Luher - Revolution
Alcock, William - 1812
Whitaker, E. S.
Brian, Patrick
Goff, David H. - Sgt. A. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Dey, F. B. - 50 N. Y. Eng.
King, Norman S.
Dox, Charles F. - Lt.
Butterfield, Harvey - D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Foot, Alfred
Foot, Samuel C.
Foot, John
Cool, James W. - D. 148 N. Y. Inf.
Morrison, James - B 50 N. Y. Eng.
Morrison, J. D. - Lt. B. 50 N. Y. Eng.
Morrison, 1812
Morrison, J. H. - H. 38 N. Y. Inf.
Mead, Lewis S. - B. 50 N. Y. Eng.
Stoddard, Luther - Commander U. S. N.
Stoddard, Luther - Major Revolution
Sanders, Elias - 1st N. Y. Mtd. Rifles
Johnson, G. S. - E 20 U. S. C. T.
Johnson, W. H. - Sgt K 11 U. S. C. T. H. Art.
Holman, L. S. - B 126 N. Y. Inf.
Ostrander, Augustus - B 50 N. Y. Eng.
Wheeler, G. H. - G 3 N. Y. Inf.
Griffing, G. H. - D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Laws, William - C 50 N. Y. Eng.
Reynolds, James B. - E 126 N. Y. Inf.
Alsop, Thomas - Lt. G 85 N. Y. Inf.
Johnson, J. W. - D. 148 N. Y. Inf.
Huke, G. D. - Lt. D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Betts - Revolution
Baxter, Thomas - H 33 N. Y. Inf.
Stockwell, Ruben W. - B. 103 Ohio Inf.
Moore, William M.

GLENWOOD

Andrus, Fred
Butterfield
Baker, Edwin
Baker, Henry - 85th N. Y. Inf.
Baker, John - H. 33 N. Y. Inf.
Beach, William R. - 126 N. Y. Inf.
Beach, Harvey - Mus. 33 N. Y. V. Inf.
Beard, Thomas - Sgt. D 148 N. Y. V. Inf.
Bear, Samuel A. - D. N. Y. Eng.
Batram
Burns, James S. - 3 126 N. Y. Inf.
Carpenter, Dr. C. H. - Surg. U. S. V.
Carey, Isaac
Craven, Admiral - U. S. N.
Coon, Theo. H. - B 12 A. N. Y. Inf.
Clark, Dr. H. K. - Surg. 10 N. Y. Cav.
Cook, John
DeLaney, M. G. - Surg. U. S. N.
Dutcher
Ellis, Eugene A. - Major 13 U. S. Cav.
Fox, Frank - C. S. A.
Foot, Thomas
Gaylord, John B. - Down May G 12 A. N. Y. Inf.
Graves, Wm. M. - D 50 N. Y. Inf.
Hewitt, Wm. - Sgt. D 38 N. Y. Inf.
Hindmarch, E. J. - E. 38 N. Y. Inf.
Keyes, B. W. - Sgt. D 38 N. Y. Inf.
Keith, Wilson - E. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Kime, Benj. F. - 2 126 N. Y. Inf.
Kimball, Colonel - Surg. U. S. A.
Leonard, C. F. - H 22 N. Y. Inf.
Lincoln, P. G. - Sgt C 5 N. Y. Cav.
Moore, James B. - 20th N. Y. Inf.
Mosier, John - H. 33 N. Y. Inf.
Merrill, Dr. - Surg. 47 N. Y. Inf.
Merriman, Capt. - U. S. N.
Mead, Austin D. - 148 N. Y. Inf.
Malette, S. S.
Moore, E. W. - 48 N. Y. Inf.
Moore, John B. - D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Newman, Geo. W.
Picot, Dr. W. H. - Surg. U. S. V.
Pearce, Joeson - 26 Batt U. S. Art.
Palmer, George
Perry, Wm. H. - Lt. 25 N. Y. Inf.
Perkins, Erastus - I 24 N. Y. Cav.
Ramsey, Charles
Saxton, D. D. - Sgt. D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Scott, Byron W. - Corp. E 126 N. Y. Inf.
Stainton, Harry T. - H 33 N. Y. Inf.
Seabury, John - A 4 N. Y. Inf.
Soule, S. F. - C 50 N. Y. Eng.
Seabury, George M. - 16 N. Y. H. Art.
Smith, Nicholas
Spencer, Clove S. - Lt. 188 N. Y. Inf.
Slosson, Wm. K. - 7 N. Y. S. M.
Slosson, Henry L. - Eng. U. S. Navy
Stroup, George E. - E 126 N. Y. Inf.
Sears, J. S.
Turner, Geo. S. - D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Wing, James - Qr. M
Webster, Horace - Capt. U. S. N. Spanish War
Walker, Calvin - Col. 33 N. Y. Inf.
Wright, Charles H. - D 67 N. Y. Inf.
William Wright
Williams, Geo. H. D. 50 N. Y.

ST. PATRICK'S

O'Flaherty, Edward - Sgt. H 33 N. Y. Inf.
DeVanney, Owen
O'Grady, Thomas - A 148 N. Y. Inf.
Quinn, Thomas D. - 148 N. Y. Inf.
Quinn, Francis
McDonough - St. Nicholas
Judd, Patrick
Well, Edward
Newman, Michael
Bowne, Felix
Conway, John
Higgins, Patrick
Caddon, Miles - D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Roulan, Michael - K 15 N. Y. Eng
O'Brien, Patrick - H 33 N. Y. Inf.
McRedmond, John
Kelly, Lawrence - K 9 N. Y. H. Art. Spanish War
Brennan, J. C.
Carr, Thomas
Carr, Henry
O'Neil, Capt. D. A.
Flynn, Daniel
Long, Jacob - H. 148 N. Y. Inf.
O'Malley, Edward B. - 3 N. Y. Inf. Spanish War
Meehan, William B. - 3 N. Y. Inf. Spanish War
Quinn, Thomas Jr. - H 13 U. S. Inf. Spanish War
Hawkins, Thomas G. - 111 N. Y. Inf.
Gallagher, James
Redington, Patrick - K 50 N. Y. Eng.
Campbell, Michael - H 33 N. Y. Inf.
O'Malley, William
Graney, Martin G. - 14 U. S. Inf.

PULTENEY STREET

Grieve, Gen. Walter - Revolution
Ware, H. S. - 38 N. Y. Inf.
Gordon, Major Peter
Rice, James - Revolution
Cutbush, Edward - Surg. U. S. Navy
Rees, Major James - 1812
Loomis, Jerome - Revolution
Dox, Capt. Abraham - 1812
Walbridge, Truman K. - St. 4 U. S. Art.
Shethar, Capt. John
Rose, Capt. Alexander F.
Titcomb, Sergt. George - I 95 Ill. Inf.
Hall, Jacob



From Geneva Daily Times 1 June 1904

Shortsville, N. Y. -
Herendeen Post's decoration of graves of Monday included those of the following comrades who lie in Shortsville and neighboring cemeteries:

BROOKSIDE

Charles D. Roberts
Thomas M. Clement
Byron F. F. Crain
Cassina A. Elliott
George Hadley
Lucien B. Hyde
Cassius P. Knappp
William Parshall
Peter W. Rea
Hiram B. Whitney
John N. Williams
Albert Mead Snedaker
Edwin Bounds
Reuben Hillman
Henry Drummond
Thomas Taylor
Abram Hills
Robert D. Chase

OLD CEMETERY

Hiram Babcock
Robert C. Calhoun
Benjamin F. Cloyce
Allen W. H. Hawver
Isaac Peacock
Ralph D. Short

MANCHESTER

Simeon Cooper
Martin Dawson
Henry A. Dewey
Pratt Dibble
Jacob Downer
Horace A. Faurot
James Golden
Moses N. Herald
Henry Jeffrey

COOPER

Edmond Townsend Dewey

GREEN HOUSE
 
Lewis A. Knowles
George Shurtcliffe

SAND HILL

Lewis Graviller
Russell B. Hayden
Nelson Mudge
Nelson J. Purdy
John Shaw
James E. Youngs

SOUTH FARMINGTON

Albert C. Aldrich
George W. Culver
Orin J. Herendeen
Henry Rice

SHAVING STREET

Allen M. Allbright
William W. Howard
John J. Jackson

HATHAWAYS

Stephen H. Osborn

HOWLAND STREET

 John McComb
Laban S. Wells
Henry Wells



From Geneva Daily Times 27 May 1905

With each succeeding Memorial Day, it is becoming more and more apparent that the ranks of the Grand Army of the Republic are steadily growing thinner and the veteran graves in the cemeteries are steadily becoming thicker. This fact is being realized by no one more keenly than by the veterans themselves. Each year they find that the number of graves to be decorated has increased and that the surviving comrades to perform this service are steadily becoming fewer. In fact the work now entailed by the observance of Memorial Day devolves upon a very few men. The roster of Swift Post includes only forty-six comrades while many of these are inactive and unable to participate in the celebration of the day. On the other hand the number of graves of the country's dead in the cemeteries of the city number 216. This number is divided among the four cemeteries of the city. The largest number of the veterans lie in Washington street cemetery where 101 old soldiers are buried. Glenwood come next with the graves of seventy old soldiers. St. Patrick's has thirty-four veteran graves and Pulteney street cemetery, the oldest cemetery in the city, eleven. Of these the largest majority belonged to the 126th and 148th New York State Infantry regiments, of which were recruited in this section. There are the graves of twenty-four members of 126th and twenty-eight graves of former members of the 148th to be found in the cemeteries of the city.

Scattered through the cemeteries there are the graves of five Revolutionary soldiers and six of the War of 1812. The graves of the old soldiers found in the city are as follows:

Washington Street Cemetery

Alcock, William - 1812
Alsop, St. Thomas - G 85, N. Y. V.
Angus, Capt. Samuel - U. S. V.
Bailey, Gilbert - 126 N. Y. V.
Burns, Harvey - D 26 U. S. C. T.
Backenstose, E. W. - H 33 N. Y. V.
Bedell, Ambrose - E 126, N. Y. V.
Bayley, R. M. - 1812
Bayley, Gilbert - G 126, N. Y. V.
Brown, Glenalvin - G. 8 U. S. C. T.
Bogart, Col. James - 1812
Bradford, Wm. H. - Master U. S. N.
Bradford, Chas. G.
Bourn, John - E 126 N. Y. V.
Brian, Patrick
Butterfield, Harvey - D 148, N. Y. V.
Betts - Rev.
Baxter, Thomas - H 33, N. Y. V.
Clear, Timothy Jr. - H 38, N. Y. V.
Clark, Robert - 1812
Combs, Mitchel - 1812
Coon, Spencer - 27 N. Y. Batt.
Crouthers, Joseph - Sgt. D 148, N. Y. V.
Cadmus, Abram E 126, N. Y. V. (buried at Gettysburgh)
Cool, James W. - D 148, N. Y. V.
Davenport, Jno. G. - 33 N. Y. V.
Draper, Dyer B.
Davis, Alfred - D 20, U. S. C. T.
Dox, Theodore - E 24 N. Y. Cav.
Dey, F. B. - 50 N. Y. Eng.
Dox, St. Charles F. Farrington - D 148, N. Y. V.
Foot, Alfred
Foot, Samuel C.
Foot, John
Foster, Col. Jas. P. -128 N. Y. V.
Gayton, William - D 26 U. S. C. T.
Gage, E. B. - Capt. B 148, N. Y. V.
Gray, Joshua - 1812
Green, Samuel
Glazier, Charles - L 8 N. Y. Cav.
Gordon, L. C. - D 109, N. Y. V.
Goff, David H. - Sgt. A. 126 N. Y. V.
Griffing, G. H. - D 148 N. Y. V.
Huntington, G. W. - D 148, N. Y. V.
Hardy, John A. - B 8 U. S. C. T.
Haines, Mitchel - H 107, N. Y. V.
Holman, L. S. - B 126, N. Y. V.
Huke, G. D. - Lieut. D, 148 N. Y. V.
Jackson, Henry J. - Surg. 3d N. Y. V.
Johnson, G. S. - E 20, U. S. C. T.
Johnson, W. H. - Sgt. K 11 U. S. C. T.
Johnson, J. W. - D 148 N. Y. V.
King, Norman S.
Laws, William - E 50, N. Y. V.
Sogie, Wm. K. - Bvt. Brig. Gen, U. S. V.
Lawrence, Thos. - 1812
Mensch, C. M. - H. 33, N. Y. V.
Martin, J. W. - Capt. 8th U. S. Cav.
Morrison, James - B. 50 N. Y. Eng.
Morrison, J. D. - Lieut. B 50 N. Y. Eng.
Morrison - 1812
Morrison, J. H. - H 38 N. Y. V
Meade, Lewis L. - B 50 N. Y. Eng.
Moore, Wm. M.
Nares, Geo. W. - Lt. D 50 N. Y. Eng.
Ormond, James O. - E 126, N.Y. V.
Ostrander, Augustus B. - 50 N. Y. Eng.
Probasco, Henry G. - H 194 N. Y. Vol.
Probasco, Geo. H. - D 148 N. Y. Vol.
Phillips, John - B 20 U. S. C. T.
Probasco G. N. - Sgt D 2 N. Y. Cav.
Probasco, Christian - 1812
Phelps, Andrew - D 148 N. Y. V.
Ringer, Chas W. - Capt. E 1 N. Y. Vet Cav.
Reynolds, James B. - E. 126, N. Y. V.
Sly, William E. - Corp. I 14 Mich. Vols.
Sedgwick, A. W. - G 148 N. Y. V.
Sherwood, George - E 14 N. Y. V.
Strong, Josiah - Revolution
Strong, Richard - G 47, N. Y. V.
Sherman, Jacob - Lt. E 126, N. Y. V.
Sherrill, Eliakim - Col. 126, N. Y. V.
Stokes, J. H. - Brig. Gen. U. S. V.
Shimer, Isaac - Capt. F 126 N. Y. V.
Swallow, A. L. - H, 107 N. Y. V.
Suydam, H. S.
Swift, Jos. G. - Brig. Gen. U. S. V.
Swift, Foster
Swift, Jos. G. - Lt. U. S. Art.
Stotenbur, Almon - M 4 N. Y. H. Art.
Stockwell, Luther - Revolution
Stoddard, Luther - Commander U. S. N.
Stoddard, Luther - Maj. Revolution
Sanders, Elias - 1 N. Y. Mid. Rifles
Stockwell, Sabra W. - B 103 Ohio. Vol.
Thompson, John W. - E 126 N. Y. V.
Teal, Nathan - 50 N. Y. Eng.
J. W. Updike - E 126 N. Y. V.
Van Riper, H. D. - H 75 N. Y. Vols.
Whittaker, E. S.
Wheeler, G. H. G 3d N. Y. Lt. Art.

Glenwood Cemetery

Andrus, Fred - 15 N. Y. Eng.
Butterfield, Albert - 148 N. Y. Inf.
Baker, Edwin
Baker, Henry - 85 N. Y. Inf.
Baker, John - 126 N. Y. Inf.
Beach, Wm. R. - H. 33 N. Y. Inf.
Beach, Harvey - Mus. 33 N. Y. Inf.
Beard, Thomas - Sgt. D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Bear, Samuel A. - D 50 N. Y. Eng.
Beatram, H.
Burns, James S. - E. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Carpenter, Dr. C. H. - Surg. U. S. V.
Carey, Isaac
Craven - Admiral U. S. Navy
Coon, Theodore H. - I. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Cook, John
DeLaney, Dr. M. G. - Surg. U. S. Navy
Dutcher
Ellis, Eugene KA. - Major, 13 U. S. Cav.
Fox, Frank - C. S. A.
Foot, Thomas
Gaylord, John B. - Mus. G. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Graves, Wm. M. - D. 50 N. Y. Eng.
Hewitt, Wm - Sgt. E 126 N. Y. Inf.
Hindmarch, E. J. - E. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Keyes, B. W. Jr. - Sgt. D 38 N. Y. Inf.
Keith, Nelson - E. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Kirne, Benj. F. - I. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Kimball, Col. - Surg. U. S. A.
Lain, Wm. F. - H. 38 N. Y. Inf.
Leonard, C. F. - H. 33 N. Y. Inf.
Lincoln, P. G. - Sgt. C. 5 N. Y. Cav.
Moore, James B. - E. 28 N. Y. Inf.
Mosier, John - H. 33 N. Y. Inf.
Merrill, Dr. - Surg. 47 N. Y. Inf.
Merriman - Capt. U. S. Navy
Moore, E. W. - 48 N. Y. Inf.
Mead, Austin - D. 148 N. Y. Inf.
Moore, John B. - D. 148 N. Y. Inf.
Malette, G. S.
Newman, Geo. W. - L. 2nd Pa. Cav.
Pearce, Jackson - 26 Batt., N. Y. Art.
Picot, Dr. M. H. - Surg. U. S. N.
Palmer, George
Perry, William H. - Lt. 25 N. Y. Inf.
Perkins, Erastus - I. 24 N. Y. Cav.
Ramsey, Charles - 50 N. Y. Eng.
Saxton, D. D. - Sgt. D 148 N. Y. Inf.
Scott, Byron W. - Corp. E. 126 N. Y. Inf.
Stainton, Harry T. - H. 38 N. Y. Inf.
Seabury, John - D. 4 N. Y. Pro. Cav.
Soule, S. F. - C. 50 N. Y. Eng.
Seabury, George - M. 16 N. Y. H. Art.
Smith, Nicholas - U. S. Signal Corps
Spencer, Clare L. - Lt. 188 N. Y. Inf.
Slosson, William - K. 7 N. Y. S. M.
Slosson, Henry L. - Eng. U. S. Navy
Stroup, George - D. 148 N. Y. Inf.
Sears. J. S.
Turner, Geo. W. - Mus. D. 148 N. Y. Inf.
Van Haben, John - D. 13 N. Y. Inf.
Wing, James - Qr. Mar. Spanish War
Webster, Horace - Capt. U. S. V.
Webster, Edward - 9 U. S. Inf.
Walker, Calvit - Col. 33 N. Y. Inf.
Wright, Chas. H. - D. 67 N. Y. Inf.
Wright, William - Spanish War
Williams, George H. - D. 50 N. Y. Eng.

St. Patrick's Cemetery

O'Flaherty, Edw. - Sgt. H. 33 N. Y. V.
Devaney, Owen
O'Grady, Thomas - A 148 U. S. V.
Quinn, Thomas - D. 148 N. Y. V.
McDonough, Lieut Nicholas
Judd, Patrick - E 126 N. Y. V.
Wall, Edward - 85 N. Y. Vols.
Newman or Noonan, Michael
Bruno, Felix
Conway, John
Higgins, Patrick
Caddon, Miles - D 148 N. Y. V.
  & 16th H. Art.
Roulan, Michael - K 15 N. Y. V.
O'Brien, Patrick - H 33 N. Y. V.
McRedmond, John
Kelly, Lawrence - K 9th N. Y. H. Art.
Brennan, J. C.
Carr, Thomas
Carr, Henry
O'Neil, Capt. D. A.
Flynn, Daniel
Long, Jacob - H 148 N. Y. V.
O'Malley, Edward - B 3d N. Y. V. Spanish War
Singsime, Jacob - G 117 N. Y. V.
McFadden, William - B 3d N. Y. V. Spanish War
Meehan, William - B. 3d N. Y. V. Spanish War
Quinn, Thomas Jr. - Co. H. 13 U. S Inf Spanish War
Hawkins, Thomas - G 111 N. Y. V.
Gallagher, James
Redington, Patrick - K 50 N. Y. Eng.
Campbell, Michael - H 33 N. Y. V.
O'Malley, William B. - 3d N. Y. Spanish War
Graney, Martin - G 14 U. S. Inf.



From Ontario County Journal 28 May 1909

List of the Soldiers and Sailors of the War of the Rebellion, Spanish-American War, Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Mexican War, whose remains are interred in the Canandaigua Cemeteries, so far as known:

South Side West Avenue

Col. James M. Bull, Col. Henry Phelps Hubbell, Lieut. George Bemis, Cyrus B. Ackley, William J. Poor, William H. Ackley.

North Side West Avenue

Charles L. Tutt, William H. Ingraham, Harrison Ingraham, Benjamin Pike, Lafayette Lee, Lewis A. Rockwood, Washington L. Hicks, William Denton, King H. Buchanan, John Procius, James Walker, Thomas Bond, Thomas Cunningham, Andrew L. Hall, Henry M. Lee, George McOmber, George Supplee, Abner Supplee, John Y. Raines, Charles G. Smith, Frederick Jeffrey, Henry Underhill, George W. Royce, Charles D. Raymond, Benjamin Frazer, William Underhill, Milton A. Reynolds, J. Albert Day, Elnathan W. Simmons, Thomas B. Gibson, Henry N. Tuttle, George S. Ineson, Peter A. Ellis, Charles B. Ellis, Richard S. Foster, William S. Millious, Hollister N. Grimes, Charles P. Adkin, John Drummer, Charles M. Prosser, William J. Chesebro, George Freer, Benjamin H. Ackley, Thomas G. Wyval, Lorenzo D. Wood, Alonzo Elmer, James P. Eighmey, Chauncey Root, William H. Hoff, Henry M. Moore, Joseph Adams, Bennett Munger, Augustus T. Wilder, Henry B. Gibson, Byron G. Crane, Samuel M. Thompson, Roswell B. Smith, Charles M. Wheeler, Darius H. A. Buckley, John H. Etts, Samuel Oatman, Stephen J. Whitwell, Henry F. Root, Henry S. Squier, Thomas M. Davies, Peter Hannon, Frederick M. Root, Rufus W. Travis, William Reynolds, John J. Decker, Andrew D. McKechnie, John Hayden, Henry S. Bement, Gust Kvarnstrom, Oliver C. Castle.

Calvary Cemetery

Barney McBride, Thomas Dulligan, Joseph Gleason, Daniel McGuinness, John Magary, George Husband, Samuel Doyle, Patrick Mahanny, Andrew McIntyre, David Phipps, William Ryan, Francis M. Derry, Patrick Cairns, Thomas Eckles, Hugh McCann, Thomas Kinney, James Hickey, Patrick O'Brien, James O'Neil, Daniel Scannel, Peter Turner, Richard White, Arthur Hennessey, Rhoda Higgins, Thomas Moore, Edward Collins, James Maney, Jeremiah Dempsey, James Dempsey, John Doyle, James Fogarty, John Collins, Dennis McCarthy, Owen McGinty, Manassas McGinty, Reynold Reitchenthaler, Joseph Mary, Walter Mullett, James Corcoran, Oresmus Allen, Patrick Mahar, William Condon, John Whalen, James Fox, Thomas McCarthy, John Tuohey, Patrick Flynn, James McGary, George B. Sage, Cornelius Devine, Daniel W. Smith, John P. Kelley, Patrick Merriman.

Woodlawn

George R. Sheldon, John R. Cutler, William Ryan, Henry Senglaub, E. C. Beeman, Nicholas Latz, Louis Kauffman, David S. Willys, Lansford O. Babbitt, Charles A. Hill, Albert H. Stagner, David H. McCoy, George H. Warner, Rev. A. H. Lung, James Bailey, Nathaniel R. Wood, William M. Smith, Charles H. Paddock, Lester P. Thompson, William B. Thompson, Rev. E. G. Holland, A. Duncan Paul, Chester Gooding, Charles S. Stanton, Edward Carson, Mattison L. Parkhurst, Daniel I. Boswell, Frank O. Chamberlain, Edwin A. Anderson, William H. Adams, Joseph T. Smith, Mortimer Sleght, Norman R. Martin, TenEyck Munson, John Akin, Joseph C. Farnum, Albert Cornish, Edward F. Pierce, Perrine T. Burnett, Harlan F. Houghton, Charles H. Robinson, John S. Coe, George N. Williams, Charles F. Wells, James S. Spencer, William A. Whitney, Charles Parshall, Richard R. Gibson, Daniel M. Hulse, James L. Rockwell.

Soldiers' Lot in Woodlawn

John O. Robilard, James Miller, William J. Dougherty, George Clark, Augustus Freeland, William Young, William Wilson, Edward Glenn, Thomas Clark, John Sanders, Henry L. Davenport, Stephen W. Moore, Jamers A. Furner, Albert E. Brown, Danie Prue, Alfred Hartliff, Lawrence Thornton, Andrew J. Davenport, Ashael Rose, Anderson Sims, Charles H. Berner, John Finn, William W. Tate, John Brown, James Densmore, Myron L. Bunnell, William Mulligan.

Sand Hill Cemetery

Levi C. Brocklebank.

Spanish - American War

Allen M. Pierce, Woodlawn; George D. Baggerly, Soldiers Lot.

Revolutionary War

Caleb Walker, Samuel Norris, Abijah Hubbell, Israel Chapin, Isaac Morse, Ebenezer Crittenden, Zachariah Seymour, Capt. Elizula Warren, Col. Othniel Taylor, Col. William Antis, Levi Hickox.

War of 1812

John Crane, Seth Castle, Abner Bunnell, Joshua Thompson, Isaac Legore, Simon Hall, Rev. Jonathan Leslie, William Boswell, Ira Wilder, Orlando Morse, William Hawley, Aaron Pomeroy, Joseiah Sutherland, Ephraim Blodgett, Lewis Johnson, John Howey, Abram Root, George Hickox.

Mexican War

Ambrose Bowdy, John Gartland, Sr.

Navy, Robert G. Hamilton, Perry's Expedition to Japan.



From Clifton Springs Press 19 May 1938

For the first time, so far as is known, a list of the war veterans buried in the cemeteries of this vicinity has been prepared and made public. Realizing its importance, J. J. Driscoll Post of the American Legion have for several years been trying to obtain data of the war veteran dead in the local cemeteries including the location of the various graves. In anticipation of the customary decorating of the graves on Memorial Day a committee of the Legion has lately speeded up the work. It is expected that at some time each one of these graves will be marked with a headstone bearing the name of the soldier who lies buried beneath the sod. It is said that a law requires this to be done at the joint expense of the county Board of Supervisors and the Federal Government.

CLIFTON SPRINGS CEMETERY: War of 1812 - Everett Baggerly, Peter Baggerly, Hizikra Baggerly, Robert Ferguson, Charles Newland, Nathan Thompson, Jacob Cost, William Harlbert, John Sheckel, Jeremiah Yager.

Civil War - George W. Austin, Harrison Adams, Justice Cooley, Joseph DeCory, Charles H. Dixins, David Evans, John Foster, Milton Foster, Gardner Garlock, George Hamilton, James D. Hicks, George W. Kingsbury, George Kipp, George Warfield, Hubbard Foster, Arthur Bostwick, Alvin S. Decker, George Raymond, Caleb Green, Thomas McKeen, Clark Galusha, Amos Eighmy, N. B. Briggs, C. E. Redfield, Samuel Reed, H. B. Flemming, Charles Meinhold, Charles Mills, Edward R. Phillips, George A. Phillps, James A. Porter, Rev. Samuel R. Roseboro, Thomas J. Sheldon, Abraham Stotenburg, James Warfield, John F. Rupert, J. H. Maynard, Joshua Cox, William T. McMullin, Morgan Stotenberg, W. J. Reals, Augustus Morgan, W. R. Benham, Ben W. Austin, E. D. Copp. J. M. Cooley.

World War - Foster Whipple, John Philip Weinman.

ST. AGNES CEMETERY: Civil War - Martin Berrigan, Andrew Ryan, Jacob Keller, E. P. O'Neil.

Spanish-American War - Patrick Rolan.

World War - Oscar J. Lindner, J. J. Driscoll, James Brady, James Adelbert Love.

PORT GIBSON CEMETERY: Revolutionary War - William Prescott, Silas Phelps.

War of 1812 - Elijah Phelps, Timothy Bigelow, Alanson Brown, John Schutt.

Mexican War - Philip Salpaugh.

Civil War - Walter A. Siffet, Daniel Knight, George B. Wilson, James M. Wilson, Alfred Miller, W. S. Westfall, Farrington Ferguson, William F. Lemunyan, Dwight C. Garlock, James H. Irwin, Theodore F. Stacy, Albert H. Stacy, George Salpaugh, Clinton Bartholomew, Alfred P. Miller, Herman Schutt, John H. Schutt, Frank G. Clark, Judson Bastwich, Asbarah Huntoon, Rollin T. Rogers.

Spanish-American War - George B. Strong.

World War - Paul McMullen.

OLD CEMETERY, ORLEANS: War of 1812 - Osee Crittenden.

Civil War - James Case.

NEW CEMETERY, ORLEANS: Civil War - Sherman Crosby, Jerome Hinton, John C. Snitzell, VanBuren Wheat, Spencer Wood, James E. Wooden, George Snook, Franklin Edgerton, Chester Pitkin, Henry Wooden.

RIVERVIEW CEMETERY, GYPSUM: Revolutionary War - Daniel Warfield.

War of 1812 - Nicholson Chrysler, Matthew Halliday, Martin VanDyne, Jonas Robison, Methimus Post and brother, John Schutt.

Civil War - George W. Edson, Arthur Schnell, Robert VanDeusen, Martin Schmidt, James Ezek Wilbert, Alonzo Mackey, R. C. Waterman, W. H. Carr, George E. Durkee, Martin VanDyne, George VanDyne, Rensselaer Gardiner, Ferdinand De St. Leger, Artimus D. Schutt Henry Spoon, George Van Deusen, Charles D. Stevens, James Backus, Cuyler Coates, Franklin Wunderlen, John Bell, Edward A. Steves, Edwin Robison, James Robison, Sebastian Smith, Joseph Scullen, George Horton Hicks.

World War - Emmett Muskett



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