Charlotte Fellows Parmenter - Death

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Charlotte Fellows Parmenter - Death - DEATH OF MRS. PARMENTER. A Lifelong Resident of...
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.

Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle22 Mar 1907, FriPage 11

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)22 Mar 1907, FriPage 11
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