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Sprague, Donald A. (1923-1975)

Grave stone at Fatinekill Cemetery, Ellenville, Ulster Co., NY

Per William G. Sprague:
While passing through Ellenville, I stopped to see if I could locate the marker of Virginia Taylor, 2nd wife of Frank Howard Sprague and step-mother of Frank’s son Donald A. Sprague. While re-checking the Sprague plot for Virginia, (Whom I was not able to locate), I spotted a piece of metal in the dirt. After cleaning it off, I discovered a 2nd funeral home grave marker for Donald A. Sprague. His other marker was a stone military marker that I previously sent and is currently posted in Fantinekill Cemetery, Ellenville, Ulster County, NY. I am sure he would appreciate it. Besides, the name of the funeral home is Bury Funeral Home. They obviously had no other choice for an occupation. I remember that I did check the local papers for his obituary for the entire month of Aug. 1975 with no luck. Perhaps I will look again. I also had no luck finding the Bury Funeral Home in the Ellenville area.
August 2010

Status: Located

Owner/SourceSprague, William G.
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Fantinekill Cemetery, Ellenville, Ulster Co., NY, USA

Notes: The Fantinekill Cemetery was incorporated in 1871. It is a large sprawling cemetery that is well maintained and in active use. The single gated entrance is located on the west side of State Route 209 immediately north of the Village of Ellenville, Town of Wawarsing, Ulster County, New York. The address of the Fentinekill Cemetery Association is P.O. Box 415 Ellenville, New York 12428. Because of the size of this cemetery, it is best to contact the cemetery association for a map of the location of any graves since walking the entire cemetery would take several days to accomplish.
Per William Sprague, 8 Jul 2010

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