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Mount Hope Cemetery

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Melissa
Melissa
August 01, 2019
Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglas are buried here. Stunning architectural details and history from the Underground Railroad
Randi
Randi
June 16, 2019
The oldest municipally-operated cemetery in the country. Famous graves include Frederick Douglas, Susan B. Anthony as well as business leaders from the community. This Victorian era cemetery is beautifully landscaped making it just the right place to enjoy an easy hike through the history of…
Madeline
Madeline
May 06, 2019
The graves of Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, and others are in this historic cemetery. A beautiful walk on a sunny spring, summer, or fall day!
Brian & Becca
Brian & Becca
January 02, 2019
Final resting place of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglas.
Rachel
Rachel
September 20, 2018
Beautiful and large cemetery right in the city. Open during daylight hours for walking and exploring. Resting place of Susan B. Anthony and Fredrick Douglas.

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Standort
1133 Mount Hope Avenue
Rochester, NY 14620
Telefonnummer+1 585-428-7999