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Lydia Wakefield Ames
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Green-Wood Cemetery
Section P, Lot 33298.
[NOTE: Individuals buried here but not memorialized by any currently visible or legible stone or inscription are noted after the inscriptions.]
INSCRIPTIONS
---Principal monument, front:
Stephen Rose
Born September 25, 1828,
Died June 14, 1907.
Henrietta Burr, his wife
Born May 10, 1831,
Died March 20, 1907.
ROSE
---Principal monument, right side:
Franklin Rose
Son of Stephen and Henrietta Rose,
Born April 28, 1857,
Died October 16, 1876.
---Two rows of footstones. ;left to right:
---Front row: Franklin [Lowe}; Emma Lowe
---Second row: Father [Stephen Rose]; Mother [Henrietta Burr Rose]; Brother [Franklin Rose].
[NOTE: Lot burial list from online cemetery records, with burial dates, which may represent reburials after removal from previous graves. Asterisks indicate those buried without visible stone and/or legible inscription. This list may be incomplete. Contact the cemetery for more complete information about lots and occupants at http://www.green-wood.com:
AMES: *Charles F, 10/5/1977; and *Lydia Wakefield, 8/9/1974.
LOWE: Emma B, 5/12/1951; and Franklin R, 4/15/1922.
ROSE: Franklin and Henrietta Burr, both on 5/9/1911; and Stephen, 5/4/1911.
It appears that Emma B (Rose) Lowe moved her parents, Stephen and Henrietta Rose, and her brother, Franklin Rose, to this lot during the first 2 weeks of May 1911. It also appears that she named her son, Franklin R Lowe, after her brother, assuming that the R stands for Rose. Although Charles and Lydia Ames are buried here, there is no inscription for either one, and their relationship to the Roses cannot be determined from anything on the lot.]
Added by: Bob Collins
4/18/2016
 
 
 
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