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...................Genesee St. (Location unknown)
BRRIMMER, Noah, b. 1810 - 1857
BRIMMER, Emeline, b. Sept 12,
1830 - d. July 14, 1850
WEATHERWAX, Mary, b. 1837 - d
WILLIAMS, Patience, b. 1809 - d.
Complied : 11
by : Katherine M. Kopp
Information from the
Historical Society of The Town Of Clarence.
Thanks to Alicia Braaten, Director
On private land, presumed to be lost for
Site no longer exists, or are there known records.
Riedel Farm Site
6270 Genesee Street, (west
Site was visited on 6 September 1967, No
tombstones found, or known records.
"The Warner Family Cemetery is located
on the west side of Warner Road north of Columbia Ave.
just north of the first little stream that crosses Warner Road
It was located on land now included in the Warner Estates
"The developers have been required by
the Village of Depew, which owns the cemetery land,
not to build upon the cemetery site, and to forbid by an article
in the deed,
any building upon the site by the owner of the lot within the
However,the site will be graded to suit
the rest of the lot and its identity as a cemetery forever
All faces of the gravestones have vanished and no written record
has been located."
The Warners were related to the Sturms
and their farm was apparently taken from that
originally acquired by the Sturms sometime between 1810 and
Mr. Yarrington, of Summit Ave. reported
that he used to take care of both the
Warner and Sturm cemeteries when he was a boy.
He said, a Minnie Helwig ( a relative, was a housekeeper for the family
and three generations of Warners were buried
in the Warner cemetery,
but he could not remember any other names.The last burial was in
Jacob & Hannah [nee Warner] Sturm
married in 1843 in Lancaster.
Mr Mrs Michael Warner moved to Lancaster in 1832 from
Apparently has a son F. Warner who lived on land in 1866.
A Caroline Warner owned the property in 1880.
Jacob Sturm b ca 1818 - d 1906, married Hannah Warner b 1823 -
d 1913 buried Lancaster Rural Cemetery.
Lived on Columbria Ave near Warner. Two graves on property.Maps
show J Storm or J Sturm in 1866 & 1880
Jacob Jr died after 1918
John P. Sturm b 1851 - d 1918
Location of the Sturm Family Cemetery is on the west ide of
Warner road, north of Columbia,
just north of the little stream that crosses Warner Road.
The Sturm Family came from Lancaster, Pa in the 1800's.
Believed to be Mennonits.
Warmers intermarried Sturms.
WARNER, Ms Maria , died 15 Sept 1832
WARNER, Peckham, 1 October 1846 [Cheektowaga]
WARNER, Mrs. Thomas, died Bufflo, 10 March 1852
Harriet, wife of Thomas N., March 10, 1852, age 23d
WARNER, Mrs. James, 9 Dec 1841 (Cynthia, cheektowaga, NY, wife of James,
Dec 9, 1841, age 51.)
Mrs. James, 2 June, 18
WARNER, James of Cheektowaga, age 60, 8 April 18
Below are listing from various
papers at the Lancaster Historial Society
Rudolph Gotthilf GROSS, b 6 Oct
1854 Lancaster, N.T., d 1 Nov 1857 buried with Lina.
Lina Maria GROSS, b 28 Feb
John and Margaret GEKELER buried the
following children there :
Johnna, 13 years, b Feb 27, 1820 -
d June 13, 1833
Anna Mary, 15 years, b March 13,
1821 - d Jan 24, 1836
Margaret, 4 years, b May 11, 1829
- d June 14, 1833
John George, 13 years, April 20,
1822 - May 26, 1835 or 1833
TUNG or YOUNG, Two small sons of Dorothy Gekeler, early
Two oldest children of Christian and Margaret in 1857