E., daughter of Erastus C. and Harriet E., b. 1851, d. April 12,
1852, @ 7m 4d
E., daughter of Ebenezer and Fanny, d. April 21, 1842, remainder
of inscription is buried.
M., b. 1805, d. December 4, 1843, @ 38y
A., son of Ebenezer and Fanny, b. 1836, d. August 20, 1844, @ 8y
son of Harry and Olive, b. 1838 or 1858, d. June 1, 1838/1858, @
Jane, wife of B. F., b. July 3, 1826, d. October 4, 1852
A., son of Charles and Mary, b. 1855, d. March 2, 1852, @ 2y
E., son Charles and Mary, b. 1828, d. August 11, 1832, @ 4y 6m 24d
Elbridge, son of Charles and Mary, b. 1832, d. at Savannah, Georgia,
November 12, 1851, @ 19y 7m 19d
G., wife of Harry, b. 1815, d. June 7, 1854, @ 39y stone made by
Fellows in Batavia, NY
daughter of Emmons and Lucy, b. 1850, d. May 5, 1851/ 54, @ 1 or
on sweet Hellen,
take thy rest.
called you home,
though it best."
between these two were put together:
M. Witmer, Registrar D. A. R. Chapter, LeRoy, NY August 21, 1925
from the book "Tombstone Inscriptions from the Abandoned Cemeteries
and Farm Burial of Genesee County", written by LaVerne C. Cooley
by Dawn L. Pocock-Dilcher.