Charlotte Fellows Parmenter - Death
DEATH OF MRS. PARMENTER. A Lifelong Resident of the Town of Penfield. Penfield, March 21. Charlotte Fellows Parmenter, widow of George l'armenter, died at Iter home in Penfield, March -1Mb. -1Mb. She was S." years old and a lifelong resident resident of tho town. Mrs. l'armenter was the last of a family of ten children of Henry Fellows, who was one of the earliest earliest settlers of the town of Penfield and a brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law of Inniel Penticld, ufter whom the town was named. She was a granddaughter of General John Fellows, who served in the Revolutionary Revolutionary War on Washington's staff. Her grandmother, Hannah Sanborn, was the first wbita woman to move to Canan-daigua, Canan-daigua, Canan-daigua, whence sha camo from Connecticut, Connecticut, on horse hack through the then wilderness. wilderness. Mrs. Parmenter's mother, Sophia Sanborn, was the first white child born in Canandaigua.