Fargo Road Pioneer Cemetery

LeRoy, Genesee County, New York

 

Pioneers Cemetery on the Fargo Road, just off of Route 5, east of Temperance Hill.

 

_______, Laure Delia, wife of _____, remainder of inscription is buried

 

Austin

Hannah, wife of Abel, remainder of inscription is buried.

 

Backus

Ellen, daughter of Harry and Elizabeth, d. September 12, 1833, @ 8m 16d

 

Chaddock

Percis, wife of Thomas, d. December 1, 1810, @ 76y

Thomas, d. December 3, 1835, @ 76y, listed in S. A. R. survey as a soldier of the Revolution

 

Churchill

Anna, d. February 8, 1841, @ 66y

Beulah, wife of Thomas Downing and daughter of General W. L., d. December 13, 186__ figure covered by iron repair strap on stone, @ 68y

Caroline R., wife of Rev. A. Whitman and daughter of General W. L. and Sophia, d. May 17, 1846, @ 25y

Mr. Charles, who d. ________ 1813, @ ________ Stone flaked away

Demis Maria, d. June 10, 1848, @ 21y

Evelina, daughter of W. L. and Sophia, d. June 18, 1810, @ 1y 10m 12d

Lovel K., son of Worthy L. and Sophia, d. September 16, 1821, @ 17y 2m

Maryett, daughter Mr. C. and Polly, d. April 22, 1814, @ remainder of inscription gone.

Roxann, daughter of W. L. and Sophia, d. December 8, 1816 in the 1st year of her age

 

DeShon

Henry, d. September 11, 1879, in his 87th year

Olive, wife of Henry, daughter of James Ransom, d. December 18, 1850, @ 58y

 

DeWolf

Betsey E., wife of Alonzo Nicholas and daughter of O. and Z., d. August 29, 1867, @ 21y 10m 13d

Elizabeth, wife of John, d. June 6, 1881, @ 20y

John, d. May 17, 1868, @ 86y 1m, given in 1926 survey as a soldier of the War of 1812

John, b. October 1, 1805, d. November 7, 1897

Lucy, wife of John, d. February 25, 1860, @ 78y

Marcus, son of John and Lucy, d. December 3, 1842, @ 15y, Also on tall stone

Orrin, b. April 6, 1804, d. February 22, 1893

Zobeida, b. September 11, 1809, d. November 26, 1897

 

Disbrow

Philena, wife of Simon, d. October 1, 1865, @ 91y 6m

Russell, d. April 7, 1884, @ 84y

Simon, d. March 12, 1833, @ 75y

 

Dowd

Cynthia A., wife of Joseph W., d. September 20, 1879, @ 37y

Cynthia Marie, daughter of J. W. and C. A., d. October 13, 1879, @ 18y 6m

Heman, d. October 28, 1850, @ 29y

Heman, son of J. W. and C. A., d. October 22, 1879, @ 17y

Joseph, d. October 19, 1855, @ 82y

Joseph W., d. March 1, 1866, @ 63y

Lydia A., daughter of J. W. and C. A., d. September 8, 1887, @ 11y

Mamie, d. September 20, 1879, @ 9y 5m

 

Downing

Beulah, wife of Thomas, and daughter of General W. L. Churchill, d. December 13, 186___ figure covered by iron strap which repairs broken stone, @ 68y

 

Eggleston

Ebenezer, d. September 23, 1815 in his 41st year

 

Ensign

Charlotte, wife of Rev. Seymour, d. June 15, 1866, @ 77y

Rev. S., stone broken and buried

 

Gilbert

Ira, d. May 23, 1828, @ 70y

Ira Jr., d. October 22, 1835, @ 19y

Mary, d. November 18, 1849, @ 29y

Percis, d. April 18, 1845, @ 21y

Percis Hickox, wife of Ira, d. ________ 1838, @ 68y

 

Holman

Captain J., d. March 10, 1851 or 1881, not certainly which, @ 65y He was given in the S. A. R. survey as a captain in the Mexican War

 

Mann

Dwight, given in the S. A. R. survey and listed in The Daily News, Batavia, as being buried in this Cemetery and being a veteran of the Civil War stone not identified

 

Nicholas

Albert A., son of Alonzo and B., d. January 27, 1865, @ 6y 6m

Betsey, wife of Alonzo and daughter of O. and Z. DeWolf, d. August 29, 1867, @ 21y 10m 13d

 

Plato

Lucia, daughter of T. and A., d. February 26, 1811, @ 6y 2m

Morgan, son of Thomas and A. W., d. May 31, 1836, @ 17m

Myron, son of Thomas and A. W., d. July 29, 1832, @ 14m

 

Ransom

James, d. February 5, 1847, @ 83y

Olive, wife of Henry DeShon and daughter of James, d. December 18, 1850, @ 58y

 

Rumsey

Abie E., daughter of A. R. and A. C., d. August 9, 1872, @ 14y

Alex R., d. April 3, 1870, @ 62y

Amanda, wife of Alex R., d. June 24, 1876, @ 62y

Elvira E., wife of Henry L. Walker and daughter of Col. William and Pamelia, d. November 17, 1834, @ 24y

Thomas, d. 1835, @ 42y

Pamelia, wife of Col. William, d. October 10, 1832, @ 57y

William, d. July 3, 1828, @ 46y listed in S. A. R. survey as a soldier of the War of 1812

 

Scott

Ethel, d. September 18, 1860, @ 65y

Ibena, daughter of Ethel and Olive, d. September 19, 1839, @ 18y

Eli, son of Ethel and Olive, d. August 26, 1845, @ 21y

Olive, wife of Ethel, d. May 22, 1839, @ 42y

 

Sutton

Levi, son of Hiram and Lillus, d. September 1829, @ 6m

 

Taylor

Betsey, wife of William P., d. April 29, 1852, @ 53y

 

Walker

Elvira E., wife of Henry L. and daughter of Col. William and Pamelia, d. November 17, 1834, @ 24y

 

Webber

George F., youngest son of John and Sophia, d. February 18, 1865, @ 30y

 

Whitman

Caroline R., wife of Rev. A. and daughter of General W. L. and Sophia Churchill, d. may 17, 1846, @ 25y

 

Wilson

Almira, wife of William, d. September 22, 1849, @ 49y 3m 18d

Hannah, daughter of William and Almira, remainder of stone illegible

 

Copied from the book "Tombstone Inscriptions from the Abandoned Cemeteries and Farm Burial of Genesee County" wrote by LaVerne C. Cooley in 1952.

 

Done by Dawn L. Pocock-Dilcher, email: rddilch@2ki.net

Website: www.homestead.com/dawngenealogy

 

 

 


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