Other Notable Graves


Last Updated 9/21/15

Grave of Sarah Nichols

First NY Department President
Women's Relief Corps (WRC)
1883-7, 1890-1

National Vice President

Died June, 5, 1907

Fort Hill Cemetery
Auburn, NY



Photo by Jerome Orton


Anna E. Dickinson, 1842-1932, ardent abolitionist, women's suffragette and
noted orator. First woman to speak before Congress. Called " America's Civil
War Joan of Arc." Buried in the Slate Hill Cemetery, Goshen, N.Y.




Photo by Jeffrey Albanese

Grave of Sarah Phillips

Department President, WRC

Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse

Died in Office












Photo by Jerome Orton


Lorraine Orton

NY Department President
Woman's Relief Corps
Auxiliary to the GAR

John Ellsworth Cemetery
Ballard Rd.
Town of Wilton, NY

The cemetery is about a quarter mile west on Ballard Road from
exit 16 of I-87 (Adirondack Northway).



Photo by Jerome Orton

Major General David McCallum


Superintendent of Military Railroads

Mt Hope Cemetery

Rochester, NY

Born Renfrewhire, Scotland









Photo by Bruce Glaser

James Hard


2nd to Last Union Veteran

Last Combat Veteran

Co E 32 NY INF

Mt Hope Cemetery


Photo by Bruce Glaser

. William N Hall

Died Jan 25, 1913

Capt Co H, 78 NY INF

Mt Hope Cemetery, Rochester, NY

Wife was Civil War Nurse



Photo by Robert Pugsley



 He enlisted on August 8, 1861 at Albany, NY as a Corporal.

On September 6, 1861 he mustered into Company A, 44th New York Volunteers (Ellsworth Avengers).

Promotions:  Sergeant on April 1, 1862.

 He was killed on December 13, 1862 at Fredericksburg, Virginia.


 He was the older brother of Charles A. Orr.  He is interred in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie County, New York.


Photo by William Christen


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