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Mount Avon Cemetery
Take the Walking Tour
Hail! loyal hearts and true! This marks the time
When semi-century has swiftly flown,
And we are here with patriot glow
To dedicate brave worth in chiseled stone.
'Mongst peace and plenty strewn on every side
The rising race think not nor understand,
The fearful times of those dark awful years
When men stood up as targets for our land.
They cannot know the struggle that it cost
To save our country from war's dreadful strife;
And may our children's children never need
To don the sword or gun, to save her life.
Oh, God of Heaven! make brave our loyal hearts
That in this blessed land so dearly saved,
We stand united, firm, against all wrong
That cause our youth and homes to be enslaved.
Speak, then, oh monument, in years to come;
Tell of the G.A.R. and others dear;
Tell of true woman's trying years at home,
And of the W.R.C who placed you here.
Hail! comrade, hail! Hail sisters, children all;
The zeal of loyalty will never lag
While here this token stands for those who fought
In freedom's cause, for country and for flag.
Rochester, May 30, 1911
Mount Avon Cemetery History
Zachariah C. Boeberitz
White Pine Tree
John J. Snook
William P. Everett
George W. Vandeventer
Arthur E. Collins
Elsie Schoemaker Morton
Hosea B. Richardson
Alexander Graham and James Graham
Uriah (Uri) Adams
Colonel John Frank
Dr. Cyrus Chipman
Sarah H. Harris
Captain William Price
The Reverend William M. Collycott
Calvin H. Greene
George E. Flumerfelt
Statue of Unknown Soldier
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