BADGLEY, Nathan, born 12 March 1825, died 27 Dec. 1864.
BADGLEY, Asa, died 23 Oct. 1877, age 59-5-16 "our father."
BADGLEY, Alzina, died 12 Jan. 1880 age 59-11-15 "our mother."
BADGLEY, Ellen, dau. of Asa & Alzina died 11 May 1863,a ge 15-0-12.
BADGLEY, Little Emma, 1850-1852.
BARKER, Pellum, died 18 Feb. 1853, age 52.
BARKER, Permelia Tilltoson, his wife, here also (see notes).
BARKER, Jonathan son of Pellum and Permelia died 27 May 1838 age 2-9.
BARKER, Lafayette son of Stephen and Catherine Barker, died 12 Sept. 1853, age 1-3-?.
BEALS, Sumner 1805-1873 (came from around Columbus, PA).
BEALS, Hannah, his wife, 1829-1873 (she was dau. of Pellum and Permelia. She married (1) William Jordan Benedict, son of Daniel. He died early and she then married Sumner Beals).
BEALS, Permelia 1858-1876.
BEALS, Judith 1862-1864. (Stone matches Beals but is 30 feet away in front of her grandfather Asa Tillotson.)
BENEDICT, Daniel died 9 Dec. 1889, age 97-1-25.
BENEDICT, Sally his wife, died 27 Dec. 1864, age 69-6-27.
BENEDICT, William J. their son (and husband of Hannah Barker Beals) died 27 June 1853, age 34.
BROOKS, Seth C., died 9 May 1866, age 61-11-?.
COMSTOCK, Malinda, wife of William, died 23 March 1874, age 71-5-16.
COMSTOCK, William, died 5 Sept. 1887, age 68-1-? "rest husband—" (he died before Marlinda so why the "rest husband" Did he remarry?) [Yeah, I don’t get it either. Newspaper article is messed up. JP]
CORNISH, Aaron T., born 18 March 1819, died (no date).
CORNISH, Sarah, his wife, born 10 Oct. 1823, died 2 Dec. 1885.
DANIELS, Louis Clyde son of George M. and Ellen Daniels, died 2 Sept. 1875, age 8 mos.
DARROW, Lucinda "mother" died 7 Nov. 188?, age 69-6-? (see notes).
DARROW, Stephen, her son, died 20 Dec. 1873, age 39-3-24.
DARROW, Marietta, his wife, 1841-1907 (see notes).
DARROW, Lucena, her daughter, died 21 Nov. 1833, age 6m 6 days.
DARROW, Mary R., her daughter, died 25 Sept. 1854, age 3-7-7.
HUNTER, James H. died 24 Sept. 1866, age 64. He is buried on the Purdy lot and has a matching stone (Oliver Mather, son of Francis and Mary (Tillotson) Mather married a Harriet Hunter, 4 July 1851… Possibly James was her father.)
DAVIS, Lt. O.S. 23rd Mich. Inf. GAR flag. He is buried beside Nathaniel Fernald.
DEVEREAUX, Almeda L., wife of G.W. Devereau, died 12 Feb. 1857, age 26-9-5.
ESTEE, Silas, died 18 Nov. 1842, age 56-9-7. War 1812.
ESTEE, Mary his wife, died 16 April 1876, age 90-8-18.
ESTEE, John, born 15 Feb. 1815, died 14 Sept. 1889. He is buried on the Tillotson lot.
FERNALD, Nathaniel R., died 7 June 1845, age 17-7-2. Buried beside Lt. O.S. Davis.
FOWLER, Samuel G., died 17 March 1870, age 67-6-9.
FOWLER, Naomi, his wife, died 18 Nov. 1865, age 55-8-21. (She was a dau. of Asa and Hannah. Since her first child was born in 1830 and the Tillotsons came in 1825, she was probably married in Harmony. No one seems to know when Samuel Gordon Fowler came to Harmony or from where he came. He and Naomi had six children.)
FOWLER, Azariah A., their son died when about 21, unmarried.
FOWLER, Daniel is said to be here. He was a son of Samuel G. and Naomi born in Harmony in 1832 and died at Niobe in Dec. 1912.
FOWLER, Rhoda M., his (1) wife died 25 June 1863 age 25-10-25.
FOWLER, Vella, their dau. died 18 Feb. 1864 age 10 mos 4 dys.
FOWLER, Sylvia (Pierce) second wife of Samuel G. is supposed to be here. Sylvia also had a dau. Vella, born either in Harmony or in Mayville. Thought to have died at Gowanda State Hospital. She married Charles Wolf and had a son Earl who lived and died in Jamestown.
JOBES, Della May, adopted dau. of W.P. and J.L. died 10 Sept. 1875,
JOBES, Minnie Lulu, dau. of Wm. and J.L., died 25 Nov. 1875, age 7 m 25 dy.
JOBES, Infant son died 14 Dec. 1876, age 2.
(Wm. was a railroad agent at Niobe. He may have been a son of Jefferson (1848-1911) and Belle W. Jobes buried at Niobe).
LOOMIS, Frank F. son of Seth and Jane Loomis, died 7 Jan. 1864, age 3-10-7.
MATHER, Nathaniel of Connecticut, a Soldier of the Revolution, aide
to his uncle, an officer, died 30 Jan. 1852, age 92-8.
MATHER, Eunice DeWolf his wife died 23 June 1834 in Lyme, CT (her name and death inserted by writer).
MATHER, Nancy M., his dau. and wife of William H. Price died 11 April 1845, age 64.
MATHER, Eunice his dau. died 7 June 1884, age 86-8-25, unmarried.
MATHER, Dr. Nathaniel, his son, born 13 Aug. 1799 (at Lyme, CT), died 5 Sept. 1868, age 69-0-23. He never married-he was an herb doctor.
MATHER, Francis W., 1801-1878,
MATHER, Mary his wife 1812-1894. She was a dau. of Asa Tilltoson. She and Francis were married over 50 years and after his death she married Ward Risley who died before she did. His burial place unknown.
MCKISSICK, David R. 1861-1897.
MCKISSICK, John F., died 5 Oct. 1881, age 17-9.
MILLER, John died 18 April 1851, age 44-7-22.
MILLER, Phebe, his wife, is here but on her father’s lot. She died 18 April 1851, age 44-7-22. [Another obvious error here! JP]
PURDY, Silas, died 7 Aug. 1858 age 79-2-11.
PURDY, Mary Elizabeth, his wife, died 28 April 18__ (broken and eroded, think probably 60-something) age 79-5-7.
PURDY, Patience, wife of Stephen, died 19 Oct. 1866, age 66. (Stone badly eroded and is broken).
PURDY, James, died 4 Feb. 1873?, age 87-8-21.
SERVOSS, Albert, born 22 Sept. 1816, died 14 May 1906.
SERVOSS, Eunice, his wife, born 2 Nov. 1826 died 14 July 1891.
SERVOSS, Mark G., their son, born 1853, died 5 Jan. 1870.
SERVOSS, Daniel L., born 19 Oct 1850, died 10 April 1870, son of A. and E. Servoss.
SERVOSS, Jay, died 1 Nov. 1869, age 47.
SERVOSS, Paris, 1814-1892 and on same stone,
SERVOSS, Harriet, 1818-1892.
SMITH, John B. died 18 Oct. 1874, age 69-9-23.
SMITH, Patience, died 2 June 1901, age 89-1-11. These stones are just alike with tassels.
SMITH, Mortimer L., son of Levi R. and M.E. Smith, died 7 May 1862, age 1-5-15.
SMITH, Phebe M. dau. of Benjamin and Hannah A. Smith died 5 Dec. 1853, age 1-1-2.
Benjamin and Hannah are buried in Panama Union Cemetery.
TILLOTSON, Asa, died 23 May 1849, age 75-4-11.
TILLOTSON, Hannah, his wife, died 16 April 1865, age 87.
TILLOTSON, Jonathan H., born 14 Jan. 1805, died (uncut) (died 1893, age 88, Mr. Fowler said.)
His wife Emily Estee is also here without a stone. Her dates are unknown. There were no children.
WILBOR, Betsey (Atwood) wife of William Wilbor died 13 Sept. 1851, age
WILBOR, Mary, their dau. died 11 Sept. 1851, age 6-3.
Betsey’s mother, Betsey Atwood is buried on this lot.
A letter from Spartansburg, PA says that he is the son of Jasper Tillotson, the branch that went to PA…
Received a letter of appreciation from Charles E. Gardner MD, formerly of Jamestown now of Lebanon, PA. He says that Asa Tillotson’s wife Hannah Chapman Hall was a sister to Stephen Chapman 1767-1854 who is buried in the Lake Cemetery in Bear Lake, PA with his wife and all his children and all his grandchildren except one.
B35 HAZZARD, Evans R. born 8 Dec. 1804 perhaps in Chenango Co., NY. He married Ellis Love dau. of John Love of Ellery and they lived for a time in the Town of Carroll. Their son John Augustus was born in Carroll, 9 Aug. 1830. When were they married? Ellis was born in Oneida Co. What was the date of her birth? Jason Hazzard was a brother of Evans. Does any descendant have any family records? H.H. Little Rock, Ark.
B36 VANRENSSELAER, Mae (Chapman) born 20 April 1887 in Conewango died 20 Aug. 1916 in Cherry Creek. She was the daughter of Rathbun Chapman and Martha Cunningham and she was buried in the Rutledge Cemetery in Conewango. Who was her husband? Did she leave any children? E.G. Jamestown.
B37 POST, Thomas, 1810-1887 and wife Miranda D. Who were her parents? When was she born and when did she die? Where are they buried?
B38 POST, Eugene A. 1847-1937 married Sarah Roberts. Where are they buried? Isaac Roberts 1822-1908 and wife Ann C. 1827-1920 parents of Sarah. Where are they buried? EHJ, Jamestown.
B39 SWETLAND (also spelled Sweatland and Sweetland). My mother Colette Swetland was the dau. of Horace. He was the son of Addision. They were in the Jamestown area. Wish to contact relatives. RLT, Long Beach, Calif.
B40a WHITE. Searching for maiden name of Betsey wife of James White Sr. and names of her parents. Also the name of the wife of James White Jr. and her parents. James Sr. lived in Chaut. Co., from about 1822 to 1849 when he moved to Medina Co., Ohio. James Jr. died about 1849. The record of Deeds for 1948 Vol. 44 p 467 shows the father administering his son’s estate and he sold property to pay the debts. What is death date for James Jr. and where is he buried.
B40b WEAVER CEMETERY: Wish to have a copy of this Peebles-Weaver Cemetery as written up by the Fenton Historical Society. JTW, Evansville, Ind.
FENTON: JTW refers to the Weaver Cemetery on the Center Road in Arkwright. We have heard before that there were Peebles buried there. No stones remain for them. A close neighbor told us that a man drove up one day, loaded on some tombstones, and drove off. Perhaps it was then that the Peebles stones disappeared. There are some in the old Christian Church Cemetery on Bard Road about two miles out of Cassadaga, toward Hamlet and Balcom’s Cors. This is not too far distant from this Weaver Cemetery.
B41 AYLESWORTH. My grandfather Julius Preston Aylesworth was apprenticed in Jamestown to be a blacksmith either before or just after the Civil War. HE later lived on a farm near Lander, PA. Think he enlisted at Busti. Where could I get his enlistment record? NET, Richmond, VA.
B42 BARNES, William H. born 7 Aug. 1819 in Chaut. Co., married at Sheridan 11 Oct. 1843 Harriet Thomas born 1 June 1819 at Perch River, NY. They moved to Aurora, Ill. Wanted, the parents of each. GLB, Bristol, Ill.
B43 STEWART (D) or STUART 1832-1901 lived at 630 Palmer St. Jamestown. His wife Mary Barbour (don’t have her dates). They are buried in the old Greenwood Cemetery in Panama. Who were their parents? Is she the dau. of William HH Barbour and wife Mercy Ann buried in Panama Union Cemetery? MJG, Jamestown.
B35 HAZZARD. From the Jamestown Journal 24 March 1871: “Died in Ellicott on the 12th inst. Louisa, wife of Robert Hazard aged 50.” And the same issue “At the Moniter House in this village (Jamestown) on the 21st inst by the Rev. E.S. Gillette Mr. Charles Hazard of Ellicott and Miss Sarah A. Fisk of Ellington.
B40 This querist sent us a copy of his family genealogy which gives several Arkwright families. We are pleased to add it to our library.
SOURCE: Fenton Historical Society Deserted Cemetery Series. From the Jamestown Journal 27 September 1969, compiled and written by Edna Ingham