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'Research at Riverside Cemetery in Oswego'

‘Research at Riverside Cemetery in Oswego’

Researching Notable Oswegonians Buried in Riverside Cemetery
The next installment of ‘History on Tap’ will feature an illustrated presentation on research of notable Oswegonians buried in Riverside Cemetery. The program will be presented by Marilyn Huntington and Caroline Lamie of Fort Ontario State Historic Site, at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5 in the Riverview Room at G.S. Steamers Restaurant in the Clarion Hotel, 70 E. First St., Oswego. Admission is free.

Details of the Research
The research was conducted by SUNY Oswego history students, in Dr. Candis Haak’s “Death, Data and Local Cemeteries” class, with assistance from experts Huntington and Lamie. The program will include discussions on the various databases used, which will also be made available to those who wish to look up information about their ancestors.

Additional Information
G.S. Steamers Restaurant is located at the Clarion Inn, 70 E. First St. (NYS Rte. 481) in Oswego, NY. For more information regarding the ‘History on Tap’ event, please contact Caroline Lamie at 315-343-4711 or [email protected] Updates and program information can also be found on the Friends of Fort Ontario Facebook page.


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