A List of Plot Owners
and
Known burials
in
West Cemetery
Rochester, New York

also known as
Western Cemetery
and
Buffalo Street Cemetery

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When the village of Rochesterville was laid out, there was a half acre plot on what is now S. Plymouth Avenue that was set aside for burials. With rapid expansion of the village, this plot was deemed both too small and too close to the center of the village and a new three and one-half acre plot was created on Buffalo Street (now W. Main St.) in September of 1821. This plot was known as the West Cemetery, as there was also an East Cemetery on the east side of the Genesee River. The West Cemetery was also referred to as the Buffalo Street Cemetery and Western Cemetery but in the time of its use, most people would have known it as West Cemetery.

Of the 579 plots in West Cemetery, 570 were sold. In 1837 as the cemetery was getting full, the City of Rochester organized Mt. Hope Cemetery on 54 acres south of the City. The first burial in Mt. Hope was in Aug. 1838 and after that time, plots were no longer sold in West Cemetery, but burials could still be made on family owned plots. As far as can be ascertained, the last burial in West Cemetery was in August 1848. Even before that time, the cemetery was suffering from neglect. In November 1844, it was reported that the fence around the cemetery was broken and that cattle were grazing in the cemetery. Reports of animals grazing in the cemetery continued for many years. Most of the three and one-half acres set aside was still vacant as the cemetery was only in the western part of the lot. Then in 1851, the entire lot was sold to the new Rochester City Hospital on the stipulation that they either fence in the cemetery, or if they wanted to build on that part of the lot, they must find a suitable relocation for the remains. At that time, the Rochester City Surveyor made a map of the cemetery with the names of the lot owners on it. A search has been made for that map but it could not be found. It wasn't until the latter half of 1859 that the remains were moved. There were probably about 1000 persons that were moved from West Cemetery to Mt. Hope. Most were moved to family owned plots and the remainder were put into a section along Indian Trail Road in the west side of Mt. Hope Cemetery.

Building began on Rochester City Hospital in 1862. During the building of a Hospital addition in March of 1906, workmen discovered two large boxes buried in the eastern lawn. One box contained 37 skeletons all neatly arranged in a row and the other contained 71 skeletons. These bones were the remains of persons that were removed from the cemetery on Plymouth Avenue. These large boxes were re-interred in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Rochester City Hospital was knocked down in the 1960's and the lot now contains an apartment complex. Included in this compilation of records from a manuscript showing lot owners in the cemetery. In some cases both the lot number in West Cemetery and the number of the plot the person was moved to in Mt. Hope. The compilation of burials in West Cemetery came from many sources. A visit to the plot in Mt. Hope where some of the remains are now buried was made at three different times to read the remaining legible stones. These are marked with a plus sign within brackets [+]. Also, the records of Mt. Hope Cemetery contain burials in West Cemetery for the period 1837 - 1850. The Mt. Hope records have name, date of burial, age, cause of death and residence (usually a street in Rochester). Some of these records even had the plot number in which the person was buried. Finally added to this was some information from the death notices in the Rochester newspapers.

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Plot owners in West Cemetery (with notes)

Name plot
in
West
Cem.
plot
in
Mt.
Hope
Notes
Alvord, William 518 3 5 adults - 1 grave; north end
Askins, George 556   taken by friends to Gates
Bingham, John 118 11 South end; 1 grave
Bingham, Theodotius 133 11 2nd, 3rd,4th graves from north end
Brown, Avery 194 11 north end; 1 grave
Bisnett     (two)
Clark, Lt. Henry 114 65 north end - 1 grave
Clapp, Martin 58 48 south end - 2 adults - 1 grave
Dobel 522 62 3rd grave from south end - one grave
Egleston, Edward 114 65 second grave
Ensworth, Sarah     wife of Dr. Azel
Fulbitt, F. F. 399 49 north end - one grave
Gilbert, Mr. 522 62 8 bodies - one grave - south end
Gibbs, Oliver (Deacon)     d May 17, 1826
Hill, J.     a soldier
Jack, David 510 49 south end - 1 grave
Kidder, Joseph 370 57 south end - one adult
Lowrey, James 505 53 2nd grave from south end - 1 grave - 1 adult, 1 child
Lockwood, George 567 -- lot 45, section R - 5 bodies, w½ - one grave
Luce, A. B. 193 10 2 bodies - 2 graves - north end
McKnight, Emily 129 107 west end - one grave
Roberts, J. S. 114 65 fourth grave
Smith, E. 85 38 2nd grave from north end - two bodies - 1 grave
Stebbins, J. H. 99 76 3 bodies - 3 graves - north end
Sanders, J. 534 52 2nd grave from S.W. end - 2 children
Spaulding, T. O. 70 75 north end - five graves
Taylor, Elisha 193 10 3 bodies - 3 graves - south end
Taylor, W. G. 489 73 middle 19
Tait, Robert 394 49 2nd grave from south end - one grave
VanRensselaer, George 114 65 third grave
Wier, Wm. 103 36 second grave from north end - 3 bodies in one grave
West, Ira 74 23 d in April 1832
south end - 2 adults in one grave
Warren, H. R. 490 52 S. E. end - 2 bodies - 1 grave

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Other plot owners in West Cemetery

Andrus, D. M. Allen, John Allen, Philip Aldrich Able, Mr.
Avery, Minerva Bingham, Alpheus Brown, J. G. Brown, E. Benton, Matthew
Baldwin, Mr. Bartlett, Mrs. Bostwick, Elizabeth Barber, Asahel Barton, L. M.
Bolles, Wm. Bishop, James Bullard, F. G. Bullard, Fisher Baker, John
Bliss, Colonel Brewster, C. Brunson, Brainard, H. Burnett, Henry
Bigelow, E. H. Bemis, Robert Brown, Matthew Baxter, Burrell Bean, Aaron family
Brace, Harvey Butler, Elizabeth Crane Christy Caldwell, James
Cummings, Charles G. Clough, Mrs. Cathcart, John A. Champion, L. Calhoun, Oliver
Clark, James Corbin, Mrs. Corbin, C. Cooley family Cleveland, Solomon
Campbell, Benjamin Cossitt, G. Comstock Connell, Mary Connell, Sarah
Covill, Rev. L. W. Cairns, Jeremiah Desha, John Dundas, Chas. W. Drake, Samuel G.
Dyer, Mrs. Dana, Charlotte C. Dickinson, A. Duncan Davis, Lyman W.
Darrow, Pierce Drew, Joseph Egleston, D. M. Egleston, Joseph Everest, Edward R.
Engood Edgertine, W. Elliot, Capt. Joseph Evans, George Fitch, Dyer
Farnum, A. P. Foster, J. D. A. Foster, O. or C. Favor, William Greenvouet, Rebecca
Graham, E. Gaul, Henry Gordon, Wm. Gifford, C. Gifford, J. S.
Gorsline, R. Gould, Minus (?) Gaskell, John Granger, C. Graves, Jacob
Garnsey, C. Hill, Mayor C. J. Haskill, M. Haskill, J. Hill, Ansil
Hines, R. Hulbert, John Hildrith, J. Haskins, P. Hannock (?), R. D.
Hoyt, Orra Hoyt, David Hoyt, S. Hoyt, Jerry Horon (?). D.
Harford, Charles Hebbard, N. Hawley, Deacon Holbrook, J. Houghton, James
Hatch, D. D. Hall, Mr. Harrison, Mrs. Johnstown, Thos. Johnstown, S. N.
Johnstown, Joseph Johnstown, Sarah Jewell, M. Jones, A. L. Jenkins, M. A.
Jenness, Joseph Knapp, H. B. Ketchum, Ira Knox, W. B. Kempshall, Mayor Thomas
Lovecroft Lewis, E. Ludden, Levi S.
(had son Luther)
Lyman, Amanda Livingston, L.
Livingston, M. Lakin, Julia Morrison, Mary Maghar, A. S. &
Maghar, Peter
Marvin, M. &
Marvin, A.
Metcalf Meacham, L. D. McMichael Morse, Albert Matthews, 2
Moore, E. Moore, Thomas McGraw, John Morgan, Thomas Mastick, John
Mastick, Catharine
wife of John
Morgan, Anna Metcalf McTone Nesbitt
Noble, P. Norton, M. Newell, T. Owens, William Pomoroy family
Pease, Laura Pease, P. Payson, J. Packard, S. H. Perrin, L.
Peck, H. C. Parmalee, Mr. Pierce, H. G. Ross, Mrs. Rossiter, W. N.
Robinson, M. Robinson, J. Read, C. Rupert, J. Russell, W. G.
Skinner, S. W. Swift, John Stowell, Wm. Sprague, John H. Scrantom, E.
Smith, P. Smith, L. M. Stone, David Sharp, John Strong, J.
Smith, Sidney Smith, Burrage Simmons, H. Stevenson, Wm. Stevens. Grove S.
Scott, Thomas Scott, Jane Storrs, H. Thompson, James Thayer, T.
Town, Dr. J. M. Thorn, J. Tewkesbury, Sally Tufts, Amos Taphagort, D. H.
Temple, H. P. Tompkins, Benjamin Tompkins, Wm. Thomas, W. H. Thomas, P.
Terry, G. Talbot, Mr. Talbot, Henry Tracy, B. Vance, T.
Vance, M. VanSlyck, C. A. Wilcox, Aaron Wright, D. Waker, George
Wilder, Eliza Weston, Asa Weston, Ira Whitney, John Worster, Leonard

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Known Burials in the Cemetery

ADAMS

George H.; buried June 14, 1837; d aged 23; d of consumption; res: Main St.; buried in plot #554 of West Cem.

ALLEN

Persis S., dau of Zebulon & Rachel; d Mar. 15, 1840 aged 18y; d of consumption; res: Hill & Ford St; [+]

ANDREWS

Wm.'s infant; buried June 23, 1845; still born; res: Sophia St.

ANDRUS

Delia Maria, wife of Leonard; d Jan 13, 1831 aged 25y; funeral at St. Paul's Episcopal Church; [+]

Delia Maria, dau. of Leonard & D. M.; Oct. 11, 1830 - Aug. 8, 1831; d at Waterloo, Upper Canada; [+]

ATKINSON

Wm.'s child; buried Aug. 20, 1837; d aged 1 hr.; d of inflamed head; res: Mill St.; buried in plot #171 of West Cem.

ATTERIDGE

Thomas; buried July 8, 1837; d aged 40; d of consumption; res: North St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

AVERY

Minerva, wife of Increase; d Sept. 11, 1829 aged 27; [+]

Minerva, dau. of Increase & Minerva; d [illegible]; [+]

BARNS

D.'s child; buried Aug. 13, 1837; d aged 7d; d of inflamed bowels; res: near Dublin; buried in West Cem., public ground

BARTLETT

Ignatius L., son of Ignatius & Samantha; d Jan 18, 1821 aged 1y 10m 4d; [+]

BEMAS

John's child; buried Aug 18, 1837; d aged 3m; d of inflamed bowels; res: Buffalo St.; buried in plot #480 of West Cem.

BESNETT

Stephen's child; buried May 1, 1837; d aged 3m; d of dropsy of the heart; res: Sophia St.; buried on plot #509 of West Cem.

BINGHAM

Caroline, dau. of John & Lucy; d Aug. 23, 1825 aged 9m 12d; [+]

John's son; drowned June 17, 1837 aged 6y; buried June 18, 1837; res: Ford St.; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; buried in plot #118 of West Cem.

BIRCH

Henry's child; buried June 21, 1837; d aged 3m; d of inflamed lungs; res: Works St.; buried in West Cem. public ground

BONNS

Daniel; buried May 21, 1837; d aged 54; d of inflamed lungs; res: Sophia St.; buried on West Cem., public ground

BOSTWICK

Elizabeth, wife of Daniel; d Aug. 25, 1832 aged 37y; d of cholera; [+]

BRACE

Elizabeth, wife of Harvey; d Nov. 1, 1833 aged 34; [+]

[illegible], dau. of Harvey & Elizabeth; d Apr. 12, 1832 aged 2y 3m 12d; [+]

William, son of Harvey & Elizabeth; d Aug 16, 1823 aged 10m 4d [+]

BRAINARD

Henrietta, wife of Capt. Jared; d Apr. 17, 1831 aged 63y; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

BRAND

Mary, wife of Nathan; d Aug. 1, 1835 aged 20y; [+]

BROOKS

child; buried May 6, 1837; still born; res: High St.; buried on West Cem., public grounds

Thomas' child; buried July 18, 1837; d aged 2m; d of inflamed bowels; res: Brown St.; buried on West Cem., public ground

BROWN

Elizabeth Melvina, only child of Avery & M.; d Mar. 16, 1826 aged 11m 21d; [+]

Guy Maxwell, son of John H. & Catherine; d 25 May 182* aged 10y 11m; [+]

BRUNSON

Zenas Henry, son of Ira & Mary; d Aug. 31, 1821 aged 8m 19d; [+]

BUNN

Nancy, wife of John; d Aug. 17, 1832 aged 23y 8m 3d; [+]

BURGER

John; buried Aug. 14, 1848; d aged 42; d of consumption; res: unknown

BURNELL

Chester; b Nov 24, 1788, Chesterfield, MA; d Sept. 11, 1823; [+]

BURTON

John's child; buried July 22, 1837; d of 2m; d of inflamed head; res: Main St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

CALDWELL

James; buried July 2, 1837; d aged 22; d of consumption; res: N. St. Paul St; buried in West Cem., public ground

John Jr., son of John & Susannah; Oct. 23, 1803 - Aug. 6, 1837; d aged 24; d of dysentery; res: Fitzhugh St.; buried on plot #486 of West Cem.; tombstone on lot G of Mt. Hope Cem.

CARPENTER

Rachael; removed June 13, 1845 from West Cem. to lot E of Mt. Hope Cem.; d aged 1 2m

CASSADY

Mrs.' child; buried Aug. 13, 1837; d aged 1; d of worms; res: Buffalo St.; buried on West Cem., public ground

CHAPIN

Theodore B., only son of Theodore, Esq,; d July 24, 1841 aged 1y 5m 5d; buried in West Cem. July 24, 1841; moved to plot 13W of Mt. Hope Cem. on Apr. 5, 1845; d of summer complaint; res: N. Fitzhugh St.

Wm.'s child; buried June 23; 1837; d aged 2; d of bowel complaint; res: Brown St.; buried on West Cem., public ground

CHAPPELL

James' child; buried July 10, 1837; d aged 1; d of bowel complaint; res: S. Sophia St.; buried in plot #34 of West Cem.

CHILD

Thomas, son of Jonathan & Sophia; July 25, 1837 - Aug. 17, 1837; d aged 1m 14d; d of bowel complaint; res: Washington St.; buried in plot #152 of West Cem.; tombstone on lot R of Mt. Hope Cem.

CLARK

Harvey, son of Alfred M. & Sally; d March 27, 1827 aged [illegible]; [+]

CLARKE

Lt. Henry, son of John & Jerusha of New Haven, Conn.; d Oct 17, 1837 aged 28y; d of inflamatory rheumatism at his lodging in the "Arcade;" he has been recruiting officer for 5th Regt. US Inf. for 2 months; [+]

COLEMAN

Dr. A.; buried July 18, 1837; d aged 42; d of aneurism; res: State St.; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; buried in plot #150 of West Cem.

CONKEY

Israel's child; buried Aug. 14, 1837; d aged 4m; d of bowel complaint; res: Joiner St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

CONNELL

Mary, dau of Rev. William & Sarah; d Apr 1, 1838 aged 21y; d of aneurism; res: Exchange St.; funeral at the Methodist Church; [+]

Sarah, dau of Rev. William & Sarah; d Aug. 16, 1837 aged 17y; d of intermittent fever; res: Exchange St.; buried on West Cem., public ground; [+]

CONSITT

George, son of Capt. Thomas of the English Royal Navy; d Oct. 28, 1837 aged 23y; buried Oct. 30, 1837; funeral at St. Paul's Episcopal Church; [+]

COVELL

Rev. Lewis W. of Saratoga Co.; d Apr. 15, 1824 aged 27y; [+]

CRANE

William, child of [illegible] & Caroline; d Mar. 21, 1832 aged 2y 6d; [+]

DANA

Charlotte Olive, wife of Israel P. Jr. and dau. of Thaddeus STANLEY of LeRoy; d Aug. 27, 1836 aged 27; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

DAVIS

[illegible], son of Lewis & Lucy; d Sept. 2, 1828 aged 6m; [+]

D'AYRFOST

Phinice Foster, wife of Forris; d Aug. 11, 1827 aged 33y; [+]

DICKINSON

Charles L., son of A. & Theresa; d Nov. 18, 1835 aged 6y 4m 2d; [+]

Cornelia Anne, dau. of A. & T.; d Oct. 29, 1840 aged 3y 11m 21d; [+]

DREW

Joseph; d July 31, 1838 aged 30y; buried Aug. 1, 1838; d aged 35; d of palsy; res: Sophia St.; funeral at St. Paul's Episcopal Church; [+]

DRIFFILL

James' child; buried June 26, 1837; d aged 1m; d of inflamed head; res: Sophia St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

EGINTON

James Curry, son of William & Jane; no dates; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Sept. 18, 1832; [+]

Jane, wife of William; d Aug 23, 1875 aged 77y; [+]

Mary Jane, dau. of William & Jane; no dates; [+]

William; d Dec. 8, 1831 aged 32y; funeral in St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

William Edward, son of William & Jane; no dates; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Sept. 24, 1838; [+]

EGLESTON

David W., son of John, Esq. of Charleston, SC; d July 29, 1827 aged 15y; erected by his cousin Thos. EGLESTON; [+]

George, son of Edward & Mary of NY; drowned in Rochester, May 31, 1837 aged 3y; [+]

George S., son of Joseph & Sarah; d Aug. 22, 1818 aged 6y; [+]

Richard S., son of Joseph & Sarah; d Sept. 9, 1818 aged 6m; [+]

ELLIOT

Joseph, son of Joseph & Nancy; d Dec. 18, 1822 aged 21y; [+]

ELSON

E's child; buried June 22, 1837; d aged 2y; d of bowel complaint; res: Troup St.; buried on West Cem., public grounds

EVANS

Jane's child; buried June 23, 1837; still born; res: Buffalo St.; buried on West Cem., public grounds

Jane; buried July 1, 1837; d aged 25; d of child bed fever; res: Buffalo St; buried on West Cem., public grounds

EVEREST

James, son Edward R. & Mary Ann; d July 31, 1835 aged 3y 19d; [+]

Martha C., dau Edward F. & Mary Ann; d Sept 15, 1829 aged 1y 1m 19d; [+]

FLUETT

Mrs.; buried June 20, 1837; d aged 51y; d of consumption; res: Platt St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

FLUTE

Mrs.; buried June 28, 1837; d aged 35y; d of consumption; res: Platt St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

FOSTER

Charles' child; buried May 3, 1837; d aged 2y 6m; d of consumption; res: Fitzhugh St.; buried on plot #535 of West Cem.

GAUL

Henry; d June 24, 1836 aged 59y 9m 20d; [+]

Julia Ann, dau. of Henry & Permelia; d Sept. 24, 1833 aged 20y; [+]

Permelia, widow of Henry; d Feb. 29, 1840 aged 58y 3m buried Mar. 2, 1840; d of dropsy chest; res: High St.; [+]

GREENVAULT

Rebecca, wife Daniel; d Feb 15, 1832 aged 30; [+]

HAMILTON

George; d May 22, 1837 aged 18y; buried May 23, 1837; d of consumption; res: Platt St.; buried on plot #392 of West Cem.

Samuel's child; buried Aug. 10, 1837; d aged 5d; d of fits; res: N. St Paul St.; buried on plot #182 of West Cem.

HARRIS

Orrin Henry, son of Orrin; drowned July 10, 1837 aged 11y 5m 25d; buried July 11, 1837; res: Platt St.

HARRISON

W. John; d June 10, 1825 aged 44y; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

HASKELL

Fanny, relict of Timothy C.; d Apr. 26, 1843 aged 33y *m 9d; buried Apr. 28, 1843; d of consumption; res: Ford St.; funeral at Brick Pres. Church; [+]

Frances, dau. Timothy & Fanny, d 1833 or 1823; [+]

Malissa B., relict of Timothy C.; d of cholera Aug. 7, 1832 aged 27y; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

Timothy C.; d Jan. 23, 1840 aged 38y 10m; buried Jan. 24, 1840; d of consumption; res: Ford St.; funeral at Brick Presbyterian Church; [+]

HATCH

Daniel D.; ; d Dec 17, 1837 aged 53y; funeral at First Presbyterian Church; [+]

Harriet; d Feb 3, 1824 aged 14m; [+]

HAWKINS

George's child; buried May 5, 1837; d aged 2m; d of inflamed brain; res: High St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

HAWLEY

Sarah, wife Deacon S.; d Nov. 11, 1830; [+]

HAYWOOD

William of the firm of W. & J. Haywood; d June 16, 1837 aged 42y 7m; buried June 18, 1837; d of consumption; res; Troup St.; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; buried in plot #243 of West Cem.

HENTER

Simeon's child; buried Aug. 1, 1837; d aged 3y; d of inflamed bowels; res: Ford St.: buried in West Cem., public ground

HILDRETH

Lucretia Hall, wife of J.; d Oct 25, 1840 aged 39y 9d; [+]

HILL

Ansel; d Aug. 6, 1832 aged 34y; [+]

HOLIDAY

George; buried June 24, 1845; still born; res: Edinburgh St.

HOUGHTON

E.'s child; buried May 25, 1837; d aged 9m; d of canker ash; res: near Platt St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

HUFF

John; buried Aug. 14, 1848; still born; res: unknown

HYNSON

Mrs.; buried July 25, 1837; d aged 22; d of child bed: res: Jackson St.; buried in West Cem. public grounds

JACK

David, son of John & [illegible]; d Apr. 20, 1836 aged 17y; [+]

JEFORD

Jedediah S.; d Sept. 15, 1821 aged 28y; [+]

JENKINS

Maria Antoinette, dau. of F. M. & C. A.; Mar 30 - Aug 9, 1830; [+]

JOHNSON

Thomas; formerly of Boston, MA; d Mar 8, 1831 aged 44y; [+]

JONES

Harry, son of [illegible] & Sally; [+]

Samuel; d Nov 14, 1835 aged 14y; [+]

KENNEDY

Milton J., son of Henry & Susan M.; d Sept. 24, 1837 aged 13m 6d; [+]

KETCHUM

Ira; Capt. of the canal boat, "Young Lion of the West," Merchants Line; d Sept. 24, 1831 aged 35; formerly of Long Island; [+]

KINGSBURY

Abiram; d June 11, 1837 aged 19y; buried June 12, 1837; d of consumption; res: Adams St.; buried in plot #493 of West Cem.

LAKIN

Julia, wife of Lemuel; d Apr. 7, 1833 aged 24; [+]

LEE

Martha Turner, infant dau. of Elisha S. & Susan; buried Aug. 19, 1837; d aged 11m; d of bowel complaint; res: St. Paul St.; funeral at St. Paul's Episcopal Church; buried in plot #150 of West Cem.

LEWIS

Betsey, wife of Ebenezer; d Jan. 14, 1829 aged 25; [+]

George, son of Ebenezer & Betsey; d Sept. 22, 1828; [+]

Joseph, son of Ebenezer & Betsey; drowned [illegible], 1825 aged [illegible]y 16d; [+]

LIVINGSTON

Moriah, dau. of Lorenzo & Mary; d Feb. 6, 1834; [+]

LUCE

Dr. A. B.; d Oct. 8, 1833 aged 26y; d of a lingering illness; [+]

Aurelia; [illegible]; [+]

LYMAN

Mrs. Abigail C., wife of Nathan; d June 4, 1836 aged 40; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

Elizabeth D., dau. of Nathan & Abigail; d Mar. 1*, 1830 aged 11 weeks & 1 day; [+]

MADDEN

Jane, dau. of Edward; d June 12, 1826 aged l7y 10m; [+]

MARVIN

Agnes, dau. of George & Agnes; d Jan. 6, 1822 aged 17m; [+]

Mary, dau. of George & Agnes; d [illegible]; [+]

MASTICK

Catherine; d Apr. 18, 1821 aged 28y; [+]

John; d Oct. 20, 1827 aged 47y; lawyer & Justice of the Peace; native of Grafton, VT; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

McAULEY

Adam; buried June 20, 1837: d aged 45; d of consump tion; res: near State St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

McCARTY

Daniel; buried June 9, 1837; d aged 50y; d of inflamed bowels; res: S. Sophia St.; buried in West Cem., public grounds

McGEERY

Henry's child; buried July 10, 1837; d aged 7m; d of inflamed bowels; res: Brown St.; buried in West Cem., public grounds

McKNIGHT

Emily; d Dec. 4, 1827 aged 15y; [+]

McMANUS

Michael's child; buried June 28, 1837; d aged 2m; d of fits; res: River Alley; buried in West Cem. public grounds

McSOLEY

Hugh's child; buried July 16, 1837; d aged 6; d of an accident; res: Lisle (Lyell) Rd.; buried in West Cem., public grounds

McWARRANT

child; buried June 16, 1837; d aged 3m; d of inflamed head; res; North St.; buried in West Cem., public grounds

MILLER

Elizabeth, wife of Lemuel; d Oct 30, 1828 aged [illegible]; [+]

MORAN

Anne; d Sept 20, 1833 aged 17; [+]

NESBIT

Robert; d Sept 10, 1834 aged 24y; tailor with the firm of Preston & Nesbitt; d of cholera; [+]

NEWELL

Ann Maria, wife of Josiah; d Mar. 18, 183* aged 25y; [+]

Josiah's child; buried May 3, 1837; d aged 2y; d of consumption; res: High St.; buried in plot #424 of West Cem.

NEWMAN

George; buried Aug. 15, 1837; d aged 23y; d of piles; res: Mich. Dr., Gates; buried on West Cem., public grounds

NOLTE ?

[illegible], son of [illegible] & Sophia; d Sept. 3, 1823 aged 2m; [+]

PACKARD

Mrs. Maria, consort of Sylvester H.; d Feb. 25, 1824 aged 22y; also an infant son buried with her; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

PEASE

Laurena, wife of Chandler; d Feb. 22, 1836 aged 17y; [+]

PECK

[illegible], child of [illegible] Eliza; d 2* May 1831 aged 1y 10m 10d; [+]

PERKINS

Lucretia Crampton, dau. of Charles & Clarrisa; b July 20, 1826, Norwich, CT; d Aug. 26, 1827 aged 13m; [+]

PIERCE

Jesse; d 20 June 1825 aged 24y; d from a kick from a horse; formerly of Hillsborough, NH; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

POMEROY

Elizabeth Robinson, dau. of Enos & Sarah; d Oct. 26, 1827 aged 20m 7d; [+]

PRIM

John's child; buried July 25, 1837; d aged 1d; d of inflamed head; res: S. Sophia St.; buried in West Cem,. public grounds

RAHN

John; b July 14, 1808, York, PA; d May 21, 1823, Rochester; [+]

READ

Caroline, dau. of J. M. & Ellen; d Mar. 31, 1836 aged 7y; [+]

REED

E. H.'s child; buried July 30, 1837; d aged 6m; d of inflamed bowels; res: State St.; buried in West Cem., public grounds

ROBERTS

Joseph Henry, son of E. J. & L. A.; drowned in the canal, June 3, 1829 aged 4y; [+]

ROBBINSON

John's child; buried Sept. 12, 1837; d aged 2y 6m; d of bowel complaint; res: Washington St.; buried in plot #241 of West Cem.

ROBINSON

Mary, wife of Matthew; d Dec. 23, 1839 aged 43y; buried Dec. 25, 1839; d of burst blood vessel; res: Maple St; [+]

ROGERS

Charles H.'s child; buried July 19, 1837; d aged 2y; d of inflamed bowels; res: Jay St.; buried in West Cem., public grounds

ROSE

Erastus' child; buried May 2, 1837; still born; res: Fitzhugh St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

ROSSITER

[illegible], son of Wm. S. & Hannah; d Mar. 4, 1836; [+]

SCOTT

Jane; d 27 July 1832 of cholera shortly after her arrival from Glasgow, Scot.; [+]

Thomas; d 29 July 1832 of cholera shortly after his arrival from Glasgow, Scot.; [+]

SHEARS

Ann Elizabeth, dau. of Henry & Maria; d Aug 11, 1837 aged 15; buried Aug. 1, 1837; d of consumption; res: Spring St.; buried in plot #575 of West Cem.; [+]

SKINNER

Selden W., late of Hartford, CT; d Mar 3, 1832 aged 27; bookseller for the firm of Skinner & Phelps; funeral at First Pres. Church; [+]

SMITH

Charlotte P., dau. of S. Melancton & Pruj.; d very suddenly, Mar. 27, 1822 aged 3y; [+]

Helen Amelia, dau. of Sidney & Laura; d Mar 13, 1836 aged 3y 8m; funeral at St. Paul's Episcopal Church; [+]

S. Melancton; d July 25, 1829 aged 37y 11m; d of an apoplectric fit while walking in his garden; merchant; funeral at St. Paul's Church; [+]

SPAULDING

[illegible], son of Samuel & Annabel?; d Apr. 13, 18** aged 8y; [+]

SPRINGER

Isaac P.'s child; buried July 6, 1837; d aged 2y; d of inflamed head; res: Oak St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

STILWELL

A.'s child; buried May 16 1837; d aged ly; d of dropsy head; res: Sophia St.; buried on plot #301 of West Cem.

STOWELL

William; d Oct 28, 1829 aged 54y; proprietor of the Rochester Museum; formerly of Hingham, Mass.; [+]

TAYLOR

William G., son of Moses; d Apr 18, 1832 aged 23y; d of consumption; formerly of Fairfield Co., CT; [+]

TEMPLE

Almira P., dau. of Richard & Sarah; d Dec. 15, 1931 aged 11m; [+]

Richard's child; buried Sept. 4, 1837; d aged 7m; d of bowel complaint; res: Spring St.; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; buried in plot #427 of West Cem.

TERRY

Henrietta, dau. of George; d June 25, 1829 aged 8m; [+]

THAYER

Abigail; d Sept. 10, 1823 aged 64y; [+]

THOMAS

Eline Isabella, wife of William H.; d May 27, 1834 aged 24y 2m 3d; [+]

Pleury W.; d Feb. 28, 1834 aged 4y; [+]

TOMKINS

Francis; d Sept 22, 1836 aged 28y 9m 1d; silver plater for Witbeck & Hanford; d of consumption; funeral at Methodist Church; Erected by his brother; [+]

TOWN

Elizabeth Ann, wife of Dr. E. M.; d Apr. 25, 1833 aged 19y [+]

TWEDELL

James; buried May 26, 1837; d aged 40; d of inflamed lungs; res: near Platt St.; buried in West Cem., public ground

[unknown]

disinterred child; from West Cem. (Bullard's lot); buried March 5, 1839 in "Pub 20R" lot of Mt. Hope Cem.

disinterred child; from West Cem.; buried July 4, 1840 in Mt. Hope, public lot

VanRENSSELAER

George, youngest son of K. H. & M.; d Mar. 10, 1832 aged 5m; [+]

VanSLYCK

Mirlin ?, child of [illegible] & Catherine; d Sept. [illegible], 182*; [+]

WALKER

George; d Sept. 14, 1836 aged 35y; d of consumption; funeral at St. Luke's Episcopal Church; [+]

WEBB

Arthur's daughter; buried May 24, 1837; d aged 19y; d of consumption; res: near Platt St.; [+]

WEIR

John; drowned Apr. 1, 1835 aged 24y; [+]

WHEELER

Francis; buried Aug. 14, 1848; d aged 2m; d of dysentery; res: unknown

WILCOX

Margaret E., wife of Aaron; d Apr 10, 1834 aged 38y; [+]

Margaret Elizabeth, dau Aaron & Margaret; d Apr. 23, 1833 aged 21y; [+]

WILDER

Elijah H.; soldier of the Am. Rev.; d Aug. 8, 1831 aged 75; formerly of Worcester Co., Mass.; father of O. Wilder, Esq.; funeral at the residence of his son-in-law, F. D. A. Foster; [+]

WOOD

Elenira; buried May 2, 1837; d aged 22; d of consumption; res: Fitzhugh St.; buried in West Cem., public grounds

Morris; d July 25, 1833; [+]

Samson; d Apr 5, 1827 aged 67y; [+]

YORK

Martha's child; buried July 23, 1837; d aged 9m; d of inflamed bowels; res: Jones St.; buried in West Cem., public grounds

YOUNG

William's child; buried Aug. 15, 1837; d aged 11m; d of bowel complaint; res: Brown St.; buried in plot #26 of West Cem.

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