Pauline Kirley

(1858–1944) Born in Rome, NY, Pauline was an active member of Trinity Church and a charter member of the church's Women’s Auxiliary.

Pauline was a charter member and the first President of the Lewis County Historical Society. She was an active member of the Lewis County League for Women’s Suffrage and served as treasurer in 1914. In 1923, Pauline was Lowville’s delegate to the annual convention of the Northern New York Federation of Women’s Clubs. Pauline's daughter Mary followed in her mother's footsteps working alongside her and becoming an active member of the suffrage movement in her own right.

Lowville Rural Cemetery

B58

Rural Avenue, Lowville, NY 13367

Lewis County

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