Thursday, June 29, 2017

Home of a Thousand Voices: Members of the Metcalfe Family in Ellicottville, New York

I have mentioned before that I frequently find myself doing research on local people who lived here in the past. I ran across the phrase “home of a thousand voices” in a fictional work recently (The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi). I thought it a fitting phrase, for I often find myself listening for the voices of those who have gone before and there are many. (The hard part is putting together this post and trying to get all the sources accurate.)

Most came from other areas originally, settling here briefly before moving on to other realms,
whether otherworldly or otherwise. Take the case of little Kate Mary, 6 month old daughter of James H. Metcalfe and his wife Erzelia. Little Kate was certainly from here, she was born here. She also died here and was buried in the Jefferson Street Cemetery. According to records of St. John's Episcopal Church in Ellicottville, Kate Mary was buried from there on August 11, 1854. She was six months and eleven days old.[1] There are traces of her family in early records here but most moved on. Allow me to introduce some of them to you:

Little Kate's father, James H. Metcalfe, was in the occupation of tavern keeping during the 1850 U.S. census in the village of Ellicottville. His 18-year-old wife Erzelia and 67-year-old Thomas Metcalfe were listed with him as well as Charles P. Washburn, a 26-year-old lawyer from Vermont and others.[2] Two years before this census was taken, a George Metcalfe and Matilda Waterman, both of Ellicottville, were married by Rev. Thomas Morris, the rector of Ellicottville's St. John's Episcopal Church, in the presence of Mr. W. P. Angel and Mr. James Metcalfe.[3] These two witnesses were also present for the marriage of Mr. Rollin L. Henderson and Miss Salome Bently just two months earlier according to the church records.[4]

Gathering evidence from various records (or listening for the voices), it is determined that the Thomas Metcalfe listed with James in the 1850 census was likely the patriarch of the family and little Kate's grandfather. Thomas died just four months to the day after Kate was buried, on December 11, 1854. He himself was buried in Grove Cemetery in the town of Bath, Steuben County, New York[5] along with his wife Nancy who died in 1846.[6] It appears that Thomas ran The Franklin House, a hotel owned by Peres Gilmore in the village of Bath. In June of 1837, the hotel, along with other buildings there, sustained the most extensive fire that had thus far occurred since the village's settlement.[7] Thomas may have been the son of John Metcalfe who, according to an online history of Bath, was a pioneer log tavern keeper on the North side of Morris Street in 1797.[8] These are of course just clues; we will leave further speculation on the early history of the Metcalfe family for others.

According to a newspaper account, James H. Metcalfe was born in 1822 in Bath, Steuben County, New York and was the ninth of twelve children.[9] Including James, I have been able to identify the names of seven of those twelve. Further information on these seven follows:

Franklin Metcalfe (1811-1837) is buried in Grove Cemetery in Bath, New York and was likely a son of Thomas. He died December 21, 1837, aged 25 years.[10] He was apparently married, for the cemetery record states that his wife was Mary A. Metcalfe who died in 1890.[11] We will also note that there was a Frank C. Metcalfe who owned a general merchant store in the nearby village of Kill Buck around 1875. His son Percey Metcalfe died 25 August 1872 and is buried in the Kill Buck Cemetery. Percey's age was listed as 10 years, 15 months.[12] Though obviously not the same Franklin Metcalfe buried in Bath, Metcalfe researchers should take note of this individual as a possible member of the family.

From the Ellicottville [NY] Post,
digital image courtesy fultonhistory.com
Archibald C. Metcalfe (1814-July 1850) appears to have been somewhat of a pioneer. A brief entry in the local Ellicottville paper dated 26 February 1851 included the following: “Deaths—In July last, of cholera, at the crossing of Platte river, on the California trail, Archibald C. Metcalfe, son of Thomas Metcalfe of this village, and formerly of Steuben Co. aged 37 years.”[13] Likely a letter was sent to Thomas here in Ellicottville to break the sad news. This newspaper entry helps confirm that the same Thomas in Steuben County was the same one here in Ellicottville during this time.

Mary Ann Metcalfe (August 1816-25 March 1855) was the wife of William Pitt Angel, a prominent lawyer in Ellicottville back in the day. Historical accounts place W. P. Angel in the village of Bath at the time of the 1837 fire before mentioned regarding Thomas Metcalfe.[14] Prior to his entry into the bar in 1840, William was a newspaper publisher in Bath as well as Angelica, New York before removing to Ellicottville.[15] He also advertised his Angelica Bookstore in the Ellicottville newspapers in September 1835.[16] William P. Angel and his wife were admitted as communicants at
St. John's Episcopal Church, Ellicottville, NY built ca. 1838
(image from a 1906 postcard)
St. John's Episcopal church in Ellicottville in 1841.[17] One of their children, Franklin M. Angel, was born 26 August 1836.[18] He, along with a sister Mary E. (born 10 July 1839) were baptized at St. John's in January of 1842.[19] Perhaps Franklin was named for Mary Ann's brother. Wm. P. Angel and his wife Mary Ann had seven children altogether, five of them died young and were buried in the Jefferson Street Cemetery.[20] Wm. P. remarried after Mary Ann's death and left the Ellicottville area.[21] While here, he partnered with other attorneys including Ely S. Parker (a Seneca Indian),[22] David H. Bolles[23] and Charles P. Washburn.[24] The house Wm. P. built in 1840 still stands in the village.[25] He was elected district attorney in 1847 and 1856 and was also elected secretary and treasurer of the Ellicottville and Great Valley Plank Road Company when it was formed in 1850. He removed to Westchester County, New York in 1866 where he died on 11 February 1869.[26] He was born in Otsego County, New York to William G. Angel (also a lawyer who died in Angelica, Allegany County, New York in 1858) and his first wife Emily English. William P. had a brother James R. Angel (1836-1899) with whom he partnered with in 1868.[27] G. T. Angell, who on 13 April 1854 printed “thanks to his friends for their liberal patronage during his stay in town” after having “sold out his traveling union daguerrian gallery” in the local paper of Ellicottville,[28] may also have been a brother or other relative.

James Harvey Metcalfe (1822-1879)[29] appears to have ran the tavern/hotel establishment Irvine
Daguerreotype of Irvine Hall by A. Goodell, reproduced in the
1856 map by Samuel Geil (image courtesy paintedhills.org)
Hall in Ellicottville at one point in 1847 according to a local early newspaper ad.[30] He also operated a grocery/dry goods store in Ellicottville in 1846 according to an ad dated November 18, 1846.[31] On May 1, 1847, S. D. Nutting described his new stove, tin, copper and sheet-iron establishment in the village of Ellicottville as being “opposite J. H. Metcalfe's Store and two doors below Irvine Hall.”[32] Later on September 15, 1847, J. H. Metcalfe advertised that he had removed his goods to his new store “opposite the Post Office.”[33] His occupation was listed as the “keeper of drover yards” in Buffalo, New York during the 1860 federal census.[34] According to a 1940 newspaper account in the Buffalo Courier Express, James moved up to Buffalo at the age of 33 [1855] where he became a partner in a local meat packing firm as well as a partner in a meat distributor firm in New York City. He was a director of the Buffalo, New York and Philadelphia Railroad and was the largest stockholder in the First National Bank. He also served as the park commissioner and contributed to the improvement of the Buffalo parks system. Metcalfe Street, from 1000 Clinton Street to 995 William Street, was named after him.[35] He married Erzelia Frances Stetson[36] and according to the 1940 newspaper account, had three sons and one daughter that lived to adulthood. Little Kate likely had been forgotten by then. A son, Guy Metcalfe (1868-1879), who died around the age of 10 is buried with the family in the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo.[37] James was listed as a livestock dealer during the 1865 state census. His county of birth is given as Steuben in this census. His wife's was listed as Allegany. Daughter Frances was born in Cattaraugus while the other children's birthplaces were listed as Buffalo.[38] During the 1850 federal census in Ellicottville, it was noted that James and Erzelia had been married within the year.[39] Indeed, a record of their marriage from St. John's Episcopal Church in Ellicottville indicates that the marriage took place at the house of Mr. Asa G. Stetson in Bolivar, Allegany County on the evening of the 28th November 1849.[40]

George H. Metcalfe (1827-1891) was mentioned earlier as we discussed that his brother and brother-in-law were witnesses to his marriage to Matilda J. Waterman in October 1848.[41] During the 1850 federal census, we find him and his young 18-year-old wife listed in the village of Ellicottville. He was in the livery business according to this census. They had a ten-month-old daughter named Charlotte.[42] The 1855 state census shows him in New York City in a brick dwelling as a hotel keeper. The census indicates he had only been in the area for one year. His birthplace in this census is noted as Steuben County. His wife and all three children listed were born in Cattaraugus County. Along with 7-year-old Charlotte, George and Matilda had two other children by this time: Georgiana age 4 and Archibald age 2.[43] By 1880, George and Matilda were living on Prospect Avenue in Buffalo with only a niece named Mabel Love and a German serving girl named Catherine Aust in the household. George was back to keeping a livery stable by then.[44] He died in 1891,[45] Matilda in 1910.[46] They were buried in the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo. According to her entry in Find-a-Grave: “Matilda was the daughter of Simon and Ann (Hinman) Waterman, early settlers of Erie County. Her father was in the first group of teachers hired by the newly formed county. Matilda was born in Springdale and in 1845, married George Metcalf, a cousin of her Aunt Sarah (Metcalf) Waterman, also of Springdale. The couple had three children, Charlotte (1848), Georgiana (1851), and Archibald (1853). While George traveled with the circus for a few years, Matilda ran their boarding house, first located in NYC and later in Buffalo.”[47] Springville, New York is just over the Cattaraugus County line in Erie County and may be the town referred to here instead of Springdale the name of which I cannot readily find as a town in this state currently.

Ellen Metcalfe (1832-) was listed in the household of William P. Angel in Ellicottville as his sister-in-law during the 1855 state census.[48] She lived with the family there during the 1850 federal census as well.[49] Miss Ellen Metcalf and Mrs. Erzelia Metcalf (her sister-in-law) were confirmants at St. John's Episcopal Church in Ellicottville in 1854 and 1855[50]. This record seems to indicate that she was single at the time, but a marriage record from the church indicates that Ellen was married to Mr. Bushrod W. Gibbs on 10 October 1853 by the Rev. P.P. Kidder.[51] Further research may yield more information, but her voice, if you will, has faded from the area.

Thomas J. Metcalfe (-1845), his tombstone only states that he died on 23 June 1845 and that he was a son of T. and Nancy. It may be the only record of him.[52]

If you use your imagination like I do, you may also begin to hear these voices. Imagine these people strolling the village streets as they did back in the day. I feel honored to be able to trace their footsteps through the past, in records as well as the very ground they walked. I can go strolling through the cemetery and church building, passing the old homestead and the corners where other buildings once stood...right here in the village. I hear their voices and I in turn share their history with you.


Sources:

[1] St. John's Episcopal Church, Ellicottville (Cattaraugus County), New York Parish Records 1829-1869. Rev. Thomas Morris; Rev. P.P. Kidder. Hereinafter, St. John's Records. Burials, p. 77. The name is seen throughout records both with an "e" at the end and without.
[2] "United States Census, 1850," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MCTK-D7Q : 9 November 2014), James H Metcalfe, Ellicottville, Cattaraugus, New York, United States; citing family 52, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.). Accessed 29 May 2017.
[3] St. John's Records, op. cit. Marriages, p. 72.
[4] Ibid. Marriages, p. 71. The record states that Mr. Henderson was of St. Clairville and Miss Bently of Clear Creek. It does not give the actual day, only says they were married in August of 1848.
[5] Find A Grave, database and images (http://findagrave.com: accessed 29 May 2017), memorial page for Thomas Metcalfe (17811854), Memorial no. 77127742 by Jean Doherty, citing Grove Cemetery, Bath, Steuben County, New York with accompanying photograph.
[6] Ibid. Memorial page for Nancy Metcalfe (1788-1846), Memorial no. 77127604 by Jean Doherty, citing Grove Cemetery, Bath, Steuben County, New York with accompanying photograph.
[7] “Destructive Conflagration”, Geneva NY Gazette, col. 1, paragraph 1, noted from the Steuben (Bath) Farmers' Adv. June 22 [1837]; digital image of microfilm copy, Fultonhistory.com (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017); search term: “Geneva NY Gazette 1837-1849 Grayscale – 0048.pdf”
[8] Hakes, Harlo, editor, Landmarks of Steuben County, New York (Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & company, 1896); online text (page 6 of 123), (http://www.ebooksread.com: accessed 29 May 2017).
[9] “Metcalfe Street Named for Bank Founder Who Also Built Up Parks” by H. Katherine Smith, Buffalo Courier-Express, Sunday, January 7, 1940, page L 5, column 1 & 2; digital image of microfilm copy (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017).
[10] Find A Grave, database and images (http://findagrave.com: accessed 29 May 2017), memorial page for Franklin Metcalfe (18111837), Memorial no. 134720827 by Rich Fedoush, citing Grove Cemetery, Bath, Steuben County, New York with accompanying photograph by Barbara Gibson.
[11] Ibid. Memorial page for Mary A. Metcalfe (17811854), Memorial no. 134720866 by Rich Fedoush, citing Grove Cemetery, Bath, Steuben County, New York with accompanying photograph by Barbara Gibson.
[12] Killbuck Cemetery, Rt. 417 Killbuck, NY, Town of Great Valley; information from Alan Robison & Rose McClune, 2009; Painted Hills Genealogy Society (http://paintedhills.org: accessed 29 May 2017).
[13] “Echoes From The Long Ago”, The Post [Ellicottville] July 8, 1914, p. 1, col. 2, extracts from the old “Republican” files Feb. 26, 1851, digital image of microfilm copy, Fultonhistory.com (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017); search term: “Ellicottville NY Post 1912 Jan-Dec 1914 – 1039.pdf”
[14] “History of the Village of Bath, Steuben County, NY” Landmarks of Steuben County, New York, edited by Harlo Hakes, assisted by L.C. Aldrich, & others (Syracuse, New York: D. Mason & Company, 1896). Transcription accessed 29 May 2017: http://history.rays-place.com/ny/steu/bath-v.htm
[15] “Echoes From The Long Ago”, arranged & edited by John A. Moffitt, The Post [Ellicottville] September 19, 19--, p. 6, col. 1, extracts from the Ellicottville Union files [1869], digital image of microfilm copy, Fultonhistory.com (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017); search term: “Ellicottville NY Post 1915 Jan-Dec 1917 – 1127.pdf”
[16] “Angelica Bookstore...”, col. 1, Cattaraugus Republican [1835], digital image of microfilm copy, Fultonhistory.com (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017); search term: “Ellicottville NY Cataraugus Republican 1834-1841 – 0150.pdf”
[17] Historical and Biographical Album of the Chippewa Valley, Wisconsin..., edited by George Forrester (Chicago, IL: A. Warner, publisher, 1891-2); ebook (https://books.google.com/ accessed: 29 May 2017). This biography of Franklin M. Angel confirms his mother's maiden name and the name of her father as Thomas Metcalfe “of Bath, NY, who was prominently known as a merchant and hotel man.”
[18] St. John's Records, op. cit. Communicants, p. 15. With a residence of Ellicottville, Mrs. Angel was the first entry of communicants for 1841. A Mrs. Smith is listed next (no day or month listed on either entry). The third entry is that of Mr. Wm. P. Angel with a date of 3 October 1841 [Sunday]. Mr. De La Fayette Clarke and Mrs. Sarah Clark were the next two entries after that on the same date.
[19] Ibid. Baptisms, p. 50.
[20] Jefferson Street Cemetery, Rt. 219 Ellicottville, online transcript from Painted Hills Genealogy Society (http://paintedhills.org: accessed 29 May 2017).
[21] Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_P._Angel: accessed 29 May 2017). This and other online sources state that William married Laura Eliza Bigelow in 1851, but this date is more than likely erroneous as Mary did not die until 1855. I have been unable to locate any source cited as to the marriage date.
[22] “A Warrior in Two Worlds: The Life of Ely Parker,” PBS Documentary, produced by WXXI Public Broadcasting Council in Rochester, New York, in collaboration with the Rochester Museum & Science Center (http://www.pbs.org/warrior/content/timeline/opendoor/rochester.html: accessed 29 May 2017).
[23] Biographical record of the class of 1850, of Yale College, page 15, digital copy, Making of America website, collaborative effort between University of Michigan and Cornell University; (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moagrp/about.html: accessed 29 May 2017).
[24] Adams, William editor, Historical Gazetteer and Biographical Memorial of Cattaraugus County, New York, (Syracuse: Lyman, Horton & Co, October 1893), p. 326, ebook (https://books.google.com/ accessed: 29 May 2017).
[25] Ellicottville Historical Society files, early edition of Historic Walking Tour brochure (ca. 1980s). The brochure lists the home at 18 W. Washington Street (ca. 1840) as the Angel/Payne/Horning House with a description stating that William Pitt Angel owned extensive acreage around his home and that the wing was a later addition.
[26] Adams, op. cit.
[27] Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_P._Angel: accessed 29 May 2017).
[28] “Echoes From The Long Ago”, arranged & edited by John A. Moffitt, The Post [Ellicottville] October 14, 1914, p. 1, col. 4, extracts from the old “Republican” files [1854], digital image of microfilm copy, Fultonhistory.com (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017); search term: “Ellicottville NY Post 1912 Jan-Dec 1914 – 1151.pdf”
[29] Find A Grave, database and images (http://findagrave.com: accessed 29 May 2017), memorial page for James Harvey Metcalfe (18221879), Memorial no. 71198471 by “Athanatos ", citing Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie County, New York with accompanying photographs by Jay Boone.
[30] IRVINE HALL, BY J.H. METCALFE, Ellicottville, Cattaraugus Co, NY “Every attention paid to the wants of his guests,” col. 2, ads on this page dated from July 1847 to March of 1849, digital image of microfilm copy, Fultonhistory.com (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017); search term: “Ellicottville NY Cataraugus Republican 1841-1859 – 0562.pdf”
[31] “Late Arrival. New Store and New Goods” ad dated November 18, 1846, Col. 4, digital image of microfilm copy, Fultonhistory.com (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017); search term: “Ellicottville NY Cataraugus Republican 1844 May-April 1854 – 0523.pdf”
[32] Stove, tin, etc. ad by S. B. Nutting, dated May 1, 1847, Col. 3, digital image of microfilm copy, Fultonhistory.com (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017); search term: “Ellicottville NY Cataraugus Republican 1844 May-April 1854 – 0690.pdf” Also on this page is an ad from Salmon Shaw dated November 3, 1847 stating that Shaw “has leased and now occupies the Tavern stand known as 'Irvine Hall'...
[33] “REMOVAL, J.H. Metcalfe”... Ellicottville, Cattaraugus Co, NY “Every attention paid to the wants of his guests,” col. 5, ad dated from September 15, 1847, digital image of microfilm copy, Fultonhistory.com (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017); search term: “Ellicottville NY Cataraugus Republican 1844 May-Apr 1854 – 0770.pdf”
[34] "United States Census, 1860", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MC7W-FTL : 30 December 2015), Jas H Metcalf, 1860. Accessed 29 May 2017.
[35] “Metcalfe Street Named for Bank Founder Who Also Built Up Parks” by H. Katherine Smith, Buffalo Courier-Express, Sunday, January 7, 1940, page L 5, column 1 & 2; digital image of microfilm copy (http://www.fultonhistory.com: accessed 29 May 2017).
[36] Find A Grave, database and images (http://findagrave.com: accessed 29 May 2017), memorial page for Erzelia Frances Stetson Metcalfe (18321913), Memorial no. 71198482 by “Athanatos ", citing Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie County, New York with accompanying photographs by Jay Boone.
[37] Find A Grave, database and images (http://findagrave.com: accessed 29 May 2017), memorial page for Guy Thomas Metcalfe (18681879), Memorial no. 71724415 maintained by “Athanatos ", citing Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie County, New York, originally created by Jay Boone with accompanying photographs.
[38] "New York State Census, 1865," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVNN-J19B, James H Metcalfe, Buffalo, Erie, New York, United States; citing p. 34, line 8, household ID 174, county clerk, board of supervisors and surrogate court offices from various counties. Utica and East Hampton Public Libraries, New York; FHL microfilm 825,683. Accessed 29 May 2017.
[39] "United States Census, 1850," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MCTK-D7Q : 9 November 2014), James H Metcalfe, Ellicottville, Cattaraugus, New York, United States; citing family 52, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.). Accessed 29 May 2017.
[40] St. John's Records, op. cit. Marriages, p. 74.
[41] St. John's Records, op. cit. Marriages, p. 72.
[42] "United States Census, 1850," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MCTK-D75 : 9 November 2014), George H Metcalfe, Ellicottville, Cattaraugus, New York, United States; citing family 53, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.). Accessed 29 May 2017.
[43] "New York State Census, 1855," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K67F-ZQD : 19 November 2014), Charlott Metcalf in household of George Metcalf, E.D. 3, Ward 18, New York City, New York, New York, United States; count clerk offices, New York; FHL microfilm 1,018,662. Accessed 29 May 2017.
[44] "United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MZ89-Q14 : 14 July 2016), George H Metcalf, Buffalo, Erie, New York, United States; citing enumeration district ED 160, sheet 52B, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0831; FHL microfilm 1,254,831. Accessed 29 May 2017.
[45] Find A Grave, database and images (http://findagrave.com: accessed 29 May 2017), memorial page for George H. Metcalfe (18271892), Memorial no. 113473720 originally created by Phyllis Meyer, citing Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie County, New York, maintained by :gleasonfamily” with accompanying photograph by Phyllis Meyer.
[46] Find A Grave, database and images (http://findagrave.com: accessed 29 May 2017), memorial page for Matilda J. Waterman Metcalfe (18271910), Memorial no. 113473773 originally created by Phyllis Meyer, citing Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie County, New York, maintained by :gleasonfamily” with accompanying photograph by Phyllis Meyer.
[47] Ibid.
[48] "New York State Census, 1855," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K636-7GY : 19 November 2014), Wm P Angel, E.D. Southern, Ellicottville, Cattaraugus, New York, United States; count clerk offices, New York; FHL microfilm 583,830. Accessed 29 May 2017.
[49] "United States Census, 1850," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MCTV-TLF : 9 November 2014), William P Angel, Ellicottville, Cattaraugus, New York, United States; citing family 87, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.). Accessed 29 May 2017.
[50] St. John's Records. Confirmations, p. 24. The two were among others named as having been “confirmed by the Rt. Rev. Bishop DeLancey in St. John's Church Ellicottville August 19, 1854 and October 14, 1855.”
[51] St. John's Records, op. cit. Marriages, p. 90. 
[52] Find A Grave, database and images (http://findagrave.com: accessed 29 May 2017), memorial page for Thomas J. Metcalfe (1845), Memorial no. 77127477 by Jean Doherty, citing Grove Cemetery, Bath, Steuben County, New York with accompanying photograph.