by Joyce M. Tice
20 OCT 2007
FARMINGTON TOWNSHIP, TIOGA COUNTY, PA.
Recorded and typed January 2000 by Wesley McCallum of Shokan, NY.
The following graves are located in a private family plot on McCallum Road in Farmington.
This is the original homestead of four generations: John Sr.; John, Jr.; Charles E.; and William J.B. McCallum.
Surname First & Middle Names Born Died Inscriptions
McCallum * John (Sr.) 1862
McCallum Sarah (Gee) 1796 1875
McCallum John (Jr.) July 17. 1828 Feb. 7. 1882 Rest in the Lord
McCallum Sylvina (Tremain) March 27. 1825 Nov. 15. 1890 His Wife
McCallum Charles Edward 1850 1929
McCallum Elma Annette (Price) 1853 1930
McCallum William Jennings Bryan Sept. 18, 1896 Oct. 25, 1918
There are also several small illegible or unlisted stones of children.
* John McCallum (Sr.) came from Scotland and married Sarah Gee. There appears to be two graves dated 1862 for the same John McCallum as listed below. It is questioned which site contains the remains of John McCallum (Sr.). Perhaps the joint stone for John & Sarah on the McCallum Cemetery is only a token to John who is actually buried at the Gee site. He was born in Scotland around 1783 as indicated on his tombstone (died at age 79 in 1862).
McCallum Cemetery: John McCallum (Sr.)
MCCALLUM CHARLES EDWARD
Wellsboro Agitator - April 10, 1929
Charles E. McCallum, died last Wednesday afternoon, April 3, 1929, at his home in Farmington. Death was caused by apoplexy. Mr. McCallum had resided all his life in the house where he died and he was one of the oldest and most highly esteemed residents of Farmington township. He was born December 15, 1850. Besides his wife, Mrs. Elma Annette McCallum, he leaves five sons and daughters, Mrs. Dollie Van Winkle, of Hornell; Mrs. Arthur Howe, of Corning; Mrs. William Stratton, of Riverside; Claude J. McCallum, of Otisco, and Miss Gertrude McCallum, at home; 19 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Jasper Dickinson, of Wellsboro, and Mrs. Emmet Champlain of Osceola. On May 11, 1921, Mr. McCallum joined the Reform Methodist church of Farmington and was a faithful church worker. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon; burial in the Farmington cemetery.
PRICE ELMA ANNETTE
Wellsboro Agitator - April 2, 1930
Farmington Hill, March 31 - Mrs. Annette Price McCallum aged nearly 77 years, widow of Charles E. McCallum, died March 29, at 10 p.m. of a heart attack. The funeral will be held Tuesday, Rev. E. L. Munson of Endicott, officiating; burial in the McCallum cemetery here. She was born at Dix, Schuyler county, N.Y., April 14, 1853, and was married in Sept. 1875, to Charles E. McCallum, who died April 3, 1929. She moved to Farmington with her parents in 1862 and had since resided here. Mrs. McCallum is survived by four daughters and one son - Mrs. Dollie Van Winkle, of Hornell; Mrs. Arthur Howe, of Corning; Mrs. William Stratton, of Riverside; Claude McCallum, of Otisco, N.Y., and Miss Gertrude McCallum, at home; 19 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren; also by a sister, and two brothers, Mrs. Sarah Bailey, of Keeneyville; Albert Price, of Nelson, and Gilbert Price, of Wellsboro. A brother, Eugene Price, of Nelson, died March 8, 1930, just three weeks before the death of Mrs. McCallum. Mrs. McCallum was a member of the Reformed Methodist church of Farmington Center, of which she was a faithful worker and attendant. She was a very earnest and devoted Christian.
"The pains of death are past, Labor and sorrow cease,
And life's long warfare is closed at last, His soul is found in peace"
+ The Gee Cemetery is located on Route
58046 going from Kenneyville to Nelson.
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