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Fairmount Cemetery
Wheatfield, Niagara County, New York

Lat: 4° 05' 45"N, Lon: 78° 52' 02"W

Contributed by Julie F. Witkowski, May 09, 2011, last edited May 21, 2011 [jfwSki@hotmail.com]. Total records = 18.

This cemetery is just north of Fairmount Park in Wheatfield NY. Driving north on Nash Road, just north of Stieng Road on the west side of the road.

I can not find any history on this cemetery. Considering the size of this cemetery, there may be many unmarked graves. There is no cemetery sign -- the markers are scattered throughout the Fairmount Park and individually roped off.

On maps it shows one large cemetery named Fairmount Cemetery and another smaller cemetery southwest of this one with no name. It appears this one time cemetery has been made into a park, with many of the burials possibly moved. Does anyone have history of this burial ground? (Ed. note)

I walked and read all existing and legible stones and markers in this cemetery on May 11, 2011.

- Julie F. Witkowski
Christie, Margaret, b. 1852, d. 1930
Christie, William E., b. 1881, d. 1911
Christie, William, b. 1850, d. 1898
Fritz, August, b. 1848, d. 1913
Fritz, Marie, b. 1850, d. 1924
Heintz, Henry, b. 1836, d. Sep 24, 1904
Heintz, Henry C., b. 1876, d. 1900
Heintz, Wilhelmine Minnie, b. 1846, d. 1901
Hoffman, Charles, no dates
Holland, Benjamin, d. Mar 23, 1901, son of Albert and Caroline
Holland, Caroline, d. Mar 24, 1901
Hondrick, Adam, no dates
Nye, Frank, no dates
Nye, Mary, b. Jun 1862, d. Jul 2, 1896
Stieg, Charles T., b. Aug 22, ----, d. Sep 2, ----
Stieg, Elmer, b. Sep 21, 1885, d. Feb ----
Stieg, Herman Ferdinand, b. Feb 23, 1839, d. Dec 16, 1893
Stieg, Louise V.T., b. Oct 21, 1879, d. Jan 11, 1881

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