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Rome Cemetery
Rome, Oneida County, New York

Jervis Avenue, Rome NY

Lat: 43° 14' 26"N, Lon: 75° 28' 13"W

This cemetery was established in 1851 by Howard Daniels. The plan is based on the early Rural Cemetery idea. It is an active cemetery and there is room for additional development. The cemetery is now owned and maintained by the Rome Cemetery Association.

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Total records = 15.

Contributor's Index:

Bellamy, Francis Julius, b. 18 May 1855, d. 28 Aug 1931, author of "The Pledge of Allegiance", [LT]
Bellamy, Marie Morin (Caissi), b. 1855. d. 10 Sep 1933, 2nd w/o Francis, [LT]
Walsworth, Edward Henry Benedict, b. 29 Nov 1887, d. 1977, [LT]
Walsworth, May Armstrong (Wilson), b. 2 Apr 1887, d. Jan 1981, buried 27 May 1981, w/o Edward, cremated, [LT]
Walworth, Albert, b. 13 Sep 1878, d. 27 Sep 1878, s/o Charles A. & Lemoine C. (Shankland) Walworth, (unmarked grave), [LT]
Walworth, Delia E. (Benedict), b. 21 May 1823, d. 26 Mar 1890, second wife of Jesse, Jr., [LT]
Walworth, Edward Huntington, b. 23 Feb 1857, d. 26 Mar 1921, [LT]
Walworth, Ida Hannah (Johnson), b. 17 Jun 1858, d. 2 Feb 1893, w/o Edward Huntington, [LT]
Walworth, Jesse J., b. 1923, d. 1923, infant s/o Jesse & Lela, [LT]
Walworth, Jesse Johnson, b. 15 Feb 1885, d. 1941, [LT]
Walworth, Jesse, Jr., b. 26 Jul 1806, d. 9 Mar 1892, [LT]
Walworth, Jesse, Sr., b. 6 Feb 1761, d. 28 Oct 1837, [LT]
Walworth, Lela Maud (Lobdell), b. 25 Jun 1885, d. 1 Feb 1979, wife of Jesse Johnson Walworth, cremated (unmarked grave), [LT]
Walworth, Martha Mary (King), b. 1809, d. 27 Jun 1854, second wife of Jesse, Jr., [LT]
Walworth, Seth Briggs, b. 20 Jul 1836, d. 6 Sep 1865, Private, 15 New York Cavalry, Company G-Civil War, s/o Jesse & Martha, (Note: Seth Walsworth on headstone), [LT]

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