Civil War Nurses and Cemetery Tours
The East Rochester – Fairport Post just published a story about our Civil War nurse, Mary Jewett Telford. Check it out at http://www.fairport-erpost.com/yournews/x1526472626/Civil-War-nurse-remembered-during-national-Women-s-History-Month. After spending several hours interviewing me and Wilkinson family descendant Floris Lent, reporter Denise Champagne wrote a great article highlighting the incredible achievements of Mary Jewett Telford. Photographer Jack Haley contributed a beautiful photo of Floris looking through the Jewett family bible. Thanks to Denise, Jack and the Messenger Post newspapers for a nice tribute to Mary.
My Pittsford Cemetery tour has been scheduled for Saturday, May 15th, at 10:00 a.m. Additional information can be found on the Town of Pittsford website, www.townofpittsford.org. Pittsford Town Historian Audrey Johnson will discuss the local notables buried at Pittsford Cemetery, while I speak about some of the Civil War soldiers who rest there.
Greenvale Cemetery in Fairport, NY, is the location of my June 8th tour. Additional information about the tour will soon be available on the Perinton Historical Society website, www.perintonhistoricalsociety.org. Many of the commanders of the G.A.R. Post #211 post are buried there.
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