Mary Thayer Sanford Crossett

(1853–1941) Mary lived much of her life in Rochester, NY where he was an active member of several community and political organizations, often taking on a leadership role. In 1893, she was elected as first vice president of the Political Equality Club of Rochester, working alongside her friend Mary Stafford Anthony who was the organization's secretary. She later took the position of recording secretary for the New York State Suffrage Association, continuing her service for several years.

Riverside Cemetery

Section L Block 1 Lot 148

2650 Lake Avenue, Rochester, NY 14612

Monroe County

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