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Mary Fee Spacher (#47401692)
 member for 6 years, 7 months, 1 day
Anne Cady
RE: William Tuck
From the photo I took I can't tell the date for sure. It looked more like a 9 than a zero to me at the time I was documenting that cemetery. If you are sure from your data that it is a 9then use the edit tab to put in an edit. Thanks.

Added by Anne Cady on Dec 09, 2016 3:52 AM

Maria Ernest
Martha Fancher Schuyler
I re-visited my entries for the bio on Martha Fancher Schuyler and added information that may clarify relationships and dates. I think there were too frequent re-uses of first names among families that lead to confusion, mis-statements, and all around difficulties in tracing genealogy. First names followed a pattern in the past that contributes to this need to untangle the strands.

Added by Maria Ernest on Oct 16, 2016 11:55 AM

Gale Olsson McHale
RE: Scanlin
You're very welcome, Mary! Was actually taking photos of the Scanlins in the lot next to the one he is in and wasn't sure if he was in the plot I was photographing or not, so ... Perhaps I'll revisit the section where Jeremiah is and take photos of that plot.

Added by Gale Olsson McHale on Apr 26, 2016 6:11 PM

Gale Olsson McHale
Find A Grave Memorial# 130070043
I just wanted to let you know (since you created memorials for him, his wife, etc.) that I photographed Jeremiah Scanlin's headstone.

Gale Olsson McHale

Added by Gale Olsson McHale on Apr 25, 2016 5:00 PM

Caroline Miller
I did not see a headstone for Caroline Miller. Much of that section appears to be unmarked. Some of the stones that were there were not legible, and a few flat ones were almost entirely covered with grass.

Added by BBovenzi on Nov 27, 2015 8:43 AM

Aaron Gullison
RE: Edward Benn
The dates were a little hard to read, due to them being in the shade when I photographed them. They appear to be fine. His wife's name is carved below his.

Added by Aaron Gullison on Jun 28, 2015 5:24 PM

Matthew & Chrissy
RE: Owen Fee
The info that I put on his page I got right from the cemetery website.

Added by Matthew & Chrissy on Jun 16, 2015 12:48 PM

Matthew & Chrissy
Owen Fee
Thats a great story about Owen that you shared with me. Looks like my page may be a double then. If it is, I will take it off. Be sure to get the info off of my page to put onto yours though.

Added by Matthew & Chrissy on Jun 16, 2015 10:59 AM

Joel Shore
Re: Photo request for Theodore Dietrich at Mt Hope
In answer to your question about his wife, yes. Here is the info on her gravestone:

DIETRICH, Henrietta, 19 Mar 1851-5 Jan 1915, w/o Theodore Dietrich

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A plot map of the lot can be found here:


Added by Joel Shore on Apr 14, 2015 7:01 PM

Beverly Quigg Kirk
Mary E. Benn Flemming
Find A Grave #103633403 I added today a tombstone picture for above and also edited the memorial by adding her maiden name. She is the d/o Edward & Elizabeth Benn. I thought you might be interested because you seem to have a good handle on Mary's parents and other siblings. The owner of this memorial, Karen Lovy, is very good about transferring ownership if you are interested. Beverly

Added by Beverly Quigg Kirk on Dec 13, 2014 1:01 PM

Judy Williams
OK, I added pics for Daniel (tried several times but it keeps coming up sideways), Sarah, and Michael (d. 1867). They are buried beside Margaret Scanlin and Mary McMahon whom you photographed in the past. I seems as though the memorial for Daniel listung his as being buried at Mount Hope is a duplicate.

Added by Judy Williams on Nov 14, 2014 9:51 AM

Judy Williams
Daniel Campin @ MountHope
Hi Mary, Back in the day, all burials in Rochester were recorded in the books of Mount Hope. Daniel was actually buried in Pinnacle Hill Cemetery. In 1871, the cemetery was full and graves were moved to Holy Sepulchre. I found this on a list of known burials at St. Patrick's Pinnacle Hill "CAMPIN
Daniel; bur. Nay 31, 1847; age 62; d of unknown cause".
I found Sarah, Michael and Daniel Campin who were buried together at Holy Sep in 1875. Records indicate that they were moved from another location but don't say where. I will go out this afternoon and take those pics.

Added by Judy Williams on Nov 13, 2014 12:16 PM

New York Historian
Allwork - Potters Field
I'm almost finished adding all the babies on page: 22, Section: 3, Plot: 1, same page as your Male Allwork

Added by New York Historian on Jul 06, 2014 12:01 PM

New York Historian
RE: Fee
Send me the info again. I will be going on Saturday. I believe I looked for the mausoleum last name and was unable to locate it. My she is in a family plot under a different name on the mausoleum.

Added by New York Historian on Apr 18, 2014 12:06 PM

Dennis Bell
RE: Judge Morrissey
Mary, I see you already own this memorial. I too have no idea why you can't request a tombstone picture. I would recommend you contact and explain to them the situation. They should be able to fix the memorial so a tombstone picture can be created. Dennis

Added by Dennis Bell on Apr 10, 2014 8:47 AM

Judy Williams
Patrick and Eliz Connolly
Hi Mary, There are no stones for Patrick or Elizabeth. I created memorials and added pics for these others who are buried in the plot: James C Connolly (1864-1922), James T Connolly (1909-1982), Marie Egan Connolly (1882-1960) and Ann M Connolly (1910-1987).

Added by Judy Williams on Jan 15, 2014 3:56 PM

New York Historian
Can you tell me what other people are in the Mausoleum in sec 6. I may pass it by, but if there other people with the fees I will know to look out for that mausoleum. Please let me know. Jim

Added by New York Historian on Dec 21, 2013 10:03 AM

New York Historian
RE: Fee Settlers in NYC
Are you looking for any fees in NYC you cannot find?. Send me an email so we can communicate more.

Jim Murray

Added by New York Historian on Nov 30, 2013 1:41 PM

New York Historian
Fee Settlers in NYC
FYI, I will be adding the "Fee" early settlers from 1862 to 1870 to Findagrave for family members who are doing genealogy to find.
Any relation to your Family?

Last Name

First Name





Cert nmbr


Fee David 3 w Dec 23 1862 4659 Kings
Fee James 3 m Jun 12 1863 2844 Kings
Fee Henry 63 y Mar 23 1868 5441 Manhattan
Fee Thomas 54 y Apr 10 1868 6648 Manhattan
Fee Agnes 70 y Jul 14 1868 12542 Manhattan
Fee Peter 24 y Sep 1 1868 17768 Manhattan
Fee Mary 60 y Nov 18 1868 22615 Manhattan
Fee Catherine 7 y Feb 1 1869 752 Kings
Fee David 67 y Sep 3 1870 69462 Manhattan
Fee John 35 y Nov 23 1870 9595 Kings

Added by New York Historian on Nov 30, 2013 9:02 AM

Judy H
RE: Merklinger
Hi Mary, Glad to trans Sr Merklinger to you. Just an FYI, it's helpful to click on the edit tab of the memorial and request a transfer by that method. That way the contributor receiving the message will have the memorial number and have your contributor number. It just makes it easier and a lot of contributors will only process requests that way - especially those that manage a large volume of memorials.

It's also helpful to check the box to send a copy to yourself in order to follow up.

That cemetery is an ongoing project of mine. Glad you found your relative.

Added by Judy H on Aug 06, 2013 7:17 AM

RE: McKenna
Yes, they were husband & wife, thank you! I updated their memorials & hope to take gravestone photos when the weather turns nice.

Added by Scott on May 05, 2013 6:38 PM

Mary John
RE: Jerusha B Ingraham Benn

I have changed the month of birth per your request.


Added by Mary John on Nov 20, 2012 12:26 PM

Bob Collins
Please click on the thumbnail photo on the memorial page. These are just buttons. The REAL photo will appear much larger and will be accompanied (in the case of my photos) by a detailed caption describing the lot and transcribing every word of legible text found there. Clicking on the enlarged photo will open it even larger in a new window, from which it can then be downloaded to your computer.

Added by Bob Collins on Oct 28, 2012 4:30 PM

Mix family
All of the Mixes (if that is the correct way to turn that into a family rather than an individual) are buried together, or at least the ones that I posted. Since, I didn't have a picture of the one individual (e.H.?) I presume either his/her stone was not there or perhaps was so buried in grass that it didn't seem worthwhile. I generally don't like to "mess" with the stones, rather than perhaps wiping dead grass off. I've seen fools do too much damage.


Added by clio on Sep 28, 2012 3:25 PM

Mix infants
I don't know when I can get back to the cemetery. However, I do know that the kids were named Frank and Jesse. It seemed a rather odd selection of names in consideration of Frank and Jesse James, but . . .


Added by clio on Sep 27, 2012 10:01 PM


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