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Sherri Brown
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Love to find more info on our tree please contact me
Added by Sherri Brown on May 04, 2015 11:09 PM
Karen Ferency Baker
Brundige, Cornelius O.
Brundige, Cornelius O., was born at Fishkill, N. Y., in 1827 and is of German descent. Alvah, his father, was born in 1799 and died in 1874. He was a son of Abram who served in the War of 1812. Alvah Brundige came from Fishkill in 1838 and settled in Lyons, purchasing of Daniel Paul a farm of seventy six acres. He was a leading member of the South Sodus M. E. church. By trade he was a blacksmith and edged tool maker, and carried on that business after coming to Wayne county. He married Barbara A. Ostrander, and their children were: Harvey, who settled in Huron and is a fanner; he married Sophia Upson. Catherine married Myron M. Alden, of Lyons. Emily, who is unmarried. Margaret A., who died unmarried. Abraham, who enlisted in 1862 in the 8th N. Y. Heavy Artillery and served till the close of the war; he married Hattie Davis and settled first in Sodus and later at Niagara Falls. Much of his life was spent in teaching and he died in 1891. Mary E. married David S. Dawes and settled near Weedsport, N. Y. Alson died in childhood, Cornelius O., first settled in the town of Lyons but soon after settled near South Sodus. He is a veterinary surgeon by profession, but for eighteen years was an extensive. apple buyer. In 1890 he was elected justice of the peace, is a member of the South Sodus M. E. church and Lyons Grange. He married in 1851 Lucy, daughter of Jonathan H. Lamson, of Lyons, and their children are: Alice A. (Mrs. Cornelius B. Horton, of Sodus); Lucy E. (Mrs. Oscar H. Sweet, of Rochester); and Kate E. (Mrs. William Munn, of Lyons).

From:
Landmarks of Wayne County, New York
Edited by: Hon. George W. Cowles
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1895
Added by Karen Ferency Baker on Apr 20, 2015 7:57 AM
Coleah
RE: David Brundage
The info likely came from Ancestry.com records entered by "jnkhuff".
Added by Coleah on May 07, 2012 10:12 AM
Kelly Keefe
RE: David Brundage
Yes, those cemeteries are listed on here. The Secretary of State's office has a fairly complete set of prison records, unfortunately it's not on-line. Those might contain the final disposition of the body.

The snag with Old City and Woodland cemeteries is that they were both privately owned, although the City eventually took them over. There are no known burial records for either except for a survey which was done in 1976 by the DAR. Those records only recorded graves with visible markers. So there are quite a few known burials (from death certificates) in both, but you have no way of knowing where they are actually buried.

If you know he was buried in Jefferson City then your only other "choices" would be St. Peters Cemetery I or St. Peters II if he was Catholic. SP I is pretty much gone. The land was unstable and most of the graves washed down into the Missouri River. I have a transcript for SP II and can check that if you think he might be there. Then there were several smaller cemeteries which were relocated due to highway construction. They were moved to Riverview Cemetery. If you'd like to check with them, their phone number is (573) 636-6713, but that would be a long shot. But that would be about it given the time frame listed.
Added by Kelly Keefe on May 07, 2012 6:18 AM
Kelly Keefe
RE: David Brundage
If he died at MSP he wouldn't be in JC National or he'd be recorded as being there. The records are quite complete. Even "unknowns" are fully listed.

He's probably buried in an unmarked paupers grave in either Woodland or Old City. That's where MSP prisoners were buried back then.

In either case, if he's not listed then there is no marker to photograph.
Added by Kelly Keefe on May 06, 2012 2:27 PM
Paul L. Cripe
Luemma Popejoy
She's not part of my family tree, but curiosity led me to ancestry.com to check. Looks like she was the daughter of James W. Yost (1829-1900) and Anna Weaver (1834-1863) and was married to James L. Popejoy. I don't recall seeing any other Popejoy's in the cemetery, but there were lots of Yosts.
Added by Paul L. Cripe on May 04, 2012 11:24 AM
Paul L. Cripe
Luemma Popejoy
Added by Paul L. Cripe on May 04, 2012 11:21 AM
sally breese
Wm C Popejoy
Wm C Popejoy 1815 to 1852 is not buried in the Indian Field Cemetery he is buried in Avoca Cemetery in Livingston County Il. His wife is buried in the Indian Cemetery
Added by sally breese on May 03, 2012 9:23 PM
Angie Hetherington
RE: moody
You are quite welcome...
Added by Angie Hetherington on Apr 23, 2012 10:47 AM
Barbara Trost
Popejoy
Wilton Popejoy
b. 1914, d. 1976
Plot: Ship out
Added by "WildBill" Bill...
Apr 01, 2012
Turlock Memorial Park
Turlock, CA.

Thanks, Barbara
Added by Barbara Trost on Apr 01, 2012 8:51 AM
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