Mary Coolidge

(1845/6–1922) Mary was "an enthusiastic temperance and suffrage worker" who was President of the Political Equality Club of Phelps and the Civics Club of Clifton Springs. She hosted many civic gatherings for women and attended the State Convention in Geneva. Mary was also active in Clifton Springs Grange and worked with the local orphan asylum.

Sauquoit Valley Cemetery

2585–2581 County Rd 20, Sauquoit, NY 13456

Oneida County

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