|Birth: ||Jun., 1834|
|Death: ||Jun. 23, 1909|
New York, USA
Death of Mrs. Palmateer
Mrs. Hannah Palmateer died at her home on Genesee street yesterday, after a long illness of cancer, aged 75 years. She was the second oldest daughter of Patrick Conklin, who years ago owned a nice little farm at Fort Hill. She was the last of her family to be taken away, and the only survivors of the whole family are three nieces and one nephew, Mrs. C. E. Cook, who cared for her throughout her illness, Mrs. Ella Sweet and Mrs. Fannie Johnson of Rochester, and William C. Parker of Geneva. The funeral will be held from her late home tomorrow afternoon.
Published in the Geneva Gazette Advertiser June 24, 1909.
Mrs. Hannah Parmateer, widow of the late Samuel Parmateer, died this morning at 9:15 o'clock after a two years' illness, at her late home, No. 207 Genesee street. she was 75 years old and had made her home in this city practically her entire life. She was a member of St. Peter's Episcopal church. Her only survivors are three nieces and one nephew, Mrs. Sarah E. Cook of this city, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Sweet and Mrs. Fannie Johnson, of Rochester, and William Parker.
Published in the Geneva Daily Times 23 June 1909
Patrick Conklin (1805 - 1887)
Elizabeth H Conklin (1810 - 1859)
Samuel Palmateer (1830 - 1899)
Ellen Conklin Parker Stainton (1831 - 1895)*
Hannah H Conklin Palmateer (1834 - 1909)
Elizabeth Conklin (1840 - 1902)*
Thomas Conklin (1845 - 1902)*
Note: She is buried with her sister, Elizabeth Conklin, and her memorial is on the same stone.
New York, USA
Plot: Section 8. Grave seems to be unmarked.
Created by: Johanson3J
Record added: Aug 15, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 115500701
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