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From: Dennis Conklin <>
Subject: Re: [NYCATTAR] Gurnsey (sp.) Hollow or Cemetery
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 08:31:00 -0800
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Just go to five forks or maybe it is five points in the town of
Mansfield and take the Gurnsey Hollow Rd, you Can't miss it , it will
be on the right hand side of the road, about 2-3 miles. I don't
recall any priests, or for that matter any catholics buried there,
mostly Harveys and one other family.
Dennis Conklin
On Apr 1, 2008, at 7:18 AM, wrote:

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> I just checked an old map program that I have, Sierra's USA99 -
> While the street information isn't up to date anymore, I keep it
> around because one of the options is to show cemetery locations and
> names. I have found a few that it doesn't list, but it has about
> 95% of them, especially old rural ones.
> USA99 doesn't list any cemetery on Gurnsey Hollow Rd or Gurnsey
> road. That doesn't mean it isn't there, just means it isn't in the
> database that Sierra used.
> Gurnsey Road runs from Sawmill Road in Cattaraugus County to the
> Chautauqua line where it changes to Gurnsey Hollow Rd and runs to
> Bragg Rd.
> Sure would be nice if someone could transcribe the stones that
> exist. If it is in Cattaraugus County, I would be glad to put it
> on the NYCATTAR web site. Unfortunatly, I can't do the
> transcription myself as I now live in Florida.
> Dick Allen
> Cattaraugus County NY Coordinator
> USGenWeb
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