Randall Cemetery

Stafford, Genesee County, New York

 

On the north side of Randall Road, just west of the railroad crossing.

________, Amanda, next to Albert S. Lyman

________, E. C. footstone with Civil War marker

________, J. D., footstone, with D. A. R. marker. Given in the 1926 survey by the Sons of the American Revolution, but in the published list gives only the initials as on stone.

________, Ortie, no clue to identify

 

Baker

Newton D., d. July 11, 1849, @ 23y 6m

 

Bell

Rev. Peter, given in the S. A. R. list of the 1926 as being buried here and being a veteran of the Revolution War. No stone now found

 

Beswick

Achsa, wife of Cyrus, d. September 30, 1860, @ 30y

Aaron, d. February 13, 1864, @ 58y

Cyrus, d. February 11, 1872, @ 46y 4m 5d

Electa, d. May 15, 1892, @ 83y

Henry, son of Aaron and Electa, d. November 26, 1855, @ 11y 10m

 

Bovee

Celinda M., wife of John S., d. October 2, 1856, @ 26y

 

Chesley

________, wife of Benjamin, d. April 17, 1856, @ 41y broken stone

Benjamin F., son of B. and E., d. November 20, 1837, @ 10m

Celestine L., daughter of B. and E., d. September 12, 1845, @ 17y

Hannah, wife of Nathaniel, d. October 13, 1845, @ 81y

Mary J., daughter of B. and E., d. April 16, 1837, @ 17y

Nathaniel, d. April 13, 1832, @ 72y Revolution War Soldier

Remington J., son of B. and Naomi, d. January 2, 1847, @ 3y 6m 8d

 

Clement

Daniel, d. April 15, 1840, @ 40y

Hannah, wife of Daniel, d. May 13, 1835, @ 36y

Hannah, daughter of Daniel and Hannah, d. April 3, 1842, @ 7y

 

Dane

David, d. September 22, 1835, @ 45y

 

Daniels

Charles S., 1839-1879 (Civil War marker)

Eben L., 1820-1898

Hannah, wife of Clark, d. March 25, 1848, @ 48y

Infant daughter of noble and Percis, d. January 9, 1836, @ 3d

John, d. October 10, 1846, @ 83y

Noble, d. July 18, 1849, @ 52y

Orlin, son of Noble and Percis, d. October 19, 1835, @ 11y

Polly L., wife of John, d. May 8, 1859, @ 86y

 

Didama

John M. D., d. February 3, 1867, @ 83y

 

Farley

Abiathar, d. February 8, 1899, @ 59y, given in the 1926 search by the S. A. R. as a veteran of the Civil War

Byram, d. April 16, 1842, @ 32y 6m 28d

Elizabeth, d. January 14, 1830, @ 53y

Leon D., son of Fenton and Carrie, d. February 17, 1899, @ 3y 1m

Lucretia, wife of Byram, d. May 26, 1843, @ 37y 10m 8d

 

Gleed

Caroline, 1826-1900

Herbert, 1862-1930

Thomas, 1812-1882

 

Hoyt

Alexander, d. September 19, 1879, @ 57y 6d

Lina, daughter of Alexander and Jane, d. remainder of inscription is buried

Mary J., wife of Alexander, d. July 27, 1884, @ 78y 6m

 

Kelley

John, d. April 22, 1888, @ 74y

 

Kellogg

Susan D., 1847-1878

 

Luplow

Heinrich, son of Joseph and Sophia, d. April 17, 1867, @ 6y 3m

 

Lyman

Albert S., son of Benjamin and Harriet, d. November 30, 1869 remainder of inscription is buried

 

Manchester

Mary Ann, daughter of Nathaniel and Sally Watson, d. June 22, 1843, @ 6y 1m

 

Niles

Benjamin, d. January 31, 1881, @ 81y 8m

Ephraim, son of Ephraim and Mary, d. remainder of inscription buried

James, d. August 27, 1835, @ 23y

Polly M. Sleeper, wife of Ephraim, d. October 19, 1877, @ 76y

Smith, d. April 1, 1876, @ 41y

Susan, wife of Benjamin, remainder of inscription is buried

 

Pope

Hannah, wife of James, d. December 16, 1865, @ 82y

James, d. February 28, 1836, @ 53y

 

Powers

John, d. April 9, 1832, @ 33y

 

Randall

*________, son of Mary, d. November ?, 1823

Adda B., daughter of Israel and Ella, d. September 13, 1861, @ 11m

Bosima A., daughter of Israel and Celia, d. October 22, 1854, @ 18y

Enos B. or Thomas, b. January 3, 1839, d. February 17, 1887 Civil War marker

Hiram, b. March 10, 1803, d. August 9, 1884

Israel, d. May 4, 1863, @ 94y

Nancy Hannah, wife of Hiram, b. December 24, 1812, d. February 24, 1892

Noah, d. February 4, 1862, @ 76y (Flag)

Polly, d. November 22, 1852, @ 77y

Rachael, wife of Stephen, d. January 18, 1868, @ 91y

*Sarah F., 1850-1888

*Another sunk in ground

Stephen, b. September 23, 1782, d. July 30, 1859, @ 77y

Susannah, wife of Noah, d. January 25, 1839, @ 52y

William E., son of Brewster and Elizabeth, d. November 21, 1861, @ 19y 8m 17d

 

Sevy

Celestia, wife of John, d. April 18, 1845, @ 39y

 

Shumway

John H., son of Willard and Sarah, d. October 11, 1839, @ 3y

 

Sleeper

Ira L., d. July 31, 1853, @ 52y 11m 22d

 

Smith

Hannah, wife of Moses, died September 22, 1840 in her 27th year

 

Stevens

*Alden E., wife of Fred N., 1854-1914

Alonzo, son of Zuri and Elizabeth, d. January 21, 1857, @ 17y 3m 20d

D., listed in the 1926 survey as buried here and a soldier of the War of 1812, no such stone was found.

Fred N., 1851-1931

Harvey, d. September 21, 1870, @ 68y

Joanna, wife of Harvey, d. September 30, 1883, @ 80y

John, d. March 11, 1861, @ 63y a soldier of the War of 1812 according to the 1926 S. A. R. survey

Orrin R., d. June 13, 1895, @ 52y10m

Rapson S., d. August 2, 1882, @ 87y A Bapson S. Stevens is listed here in the 1926 survey as a soldier of the War of 1812

Riley, listed as being buried here and a soldier in the Civil War in the list of 1926

*Ronald H., d. March 8, 1857

 

Taylor

Alice E., daughter of Joel and Almira, d. February 9, 1851, @ 6y 1m

 

Traver

Mary, wife of John S., d. October 4, 1872, @ 40y

 

Warner

Caroline G., wife of Quartus Warner, d. may 20, 1851, @ 25y 5m 18d

Nathan J., youngest son of Quartus and Caroline G., d. June 7, 1848, @ 2y 1m 27d

Sid. According to the 1926 survey he is buried here and he was a veteran of the War of 1812

 

Waterman

Almira, wife of Thaxter, d. August 14, 1845, @ 23y 1m 11d

Anthony, d. January 10, 1882, @ 90y

Esther S., daughter of William and Nancy M., d. January 6, 1876, @ 16y

Gordon D., d. July 11, 1885, @ 52y

James H., d. December 10, 1898, @ 73y 6m 3d

Malvina M., d. March 25, 1882, @ 58y

Mary White, 1828-1921

Nancy M., wife of William, d. March 4, 1875, @ 59y

Oscar F., d. January 28, 1885, @ 62y

Sophia, wife of Anthony, d. August 24, 1873, @ 77y

Thaxter, 1817-1881

William, d. April 19, 1898, @ 79y

 

Watson

Harriet M., wife of Ira, d. January 7, 1911, @ 85y 5m

Ira, d. June 2, 1876, @ 53y 6m

Louisa A., daughter of Allen and Jane, d. March 21, 1853, @ 2, 8m 5d

Mahala, wife of Newel, d. January 1, 1854, @ 19y 4m 4d

N., d. December 3, 1856, @ 69y 1m 1d

Priscilla, mother of Nathaniel, d. January 1, 1837, @ 93y

Sally, wife of Nathaniel, d. August 29, 1852, @ 60y 1m 6d

Stephen J., son of Mark and Betsey, d. November 17, 1836, @ 9m 28d

True, d. April 2, 1848, @ 29y 8m 2d

Worthy, d. August 27, 1831, @ 10y 2m 27d

 

Weeks

Alden, youngest son of Joseph and _______, d. January 26, 1843, @ 5y 2m 10d

 

Whitcher

*Arthur M., 1861-1937

*Flora J., 1865-1903

*Juliana, 1827-1904

Lucy, wife of Mark, d. June 7, 1866, @ 75y 5m 1d

Luie E., daughter of William and Mary, d. July 16, 1865, @ 2 y 6m 1d

Mark, d. April 25, 1872, @ 84y 10m 16d

*Mary C., 1864-1930

Sergeant, d. August 6, 1887, @ 66y 4m 27d

 

White

*Elma, wife of Phineas B. or is James ?, d. July 8, 1866, @ 31y 5m 16d

Merton, son of Phineas and Elma, d. May 30, 18?0, @ 11y

 

*Footstones:

J. D.

V. K.

 

Note: the (*) mean that they are added to or corrected by a walk in the Cemetery fall of 2000.

 

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

 


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