1133 Mount Hope Avenue, Range 2, Lot 121, Rochester, New York | Officially Marked Monument
Abolitionist, woman’s rights activist, and freethinkerAmy Post (died 1889) is buried in Rochester’s elegant Mount Hope Cemetery, part of a multi-grave Post family plot. (Nineteenth-century practice was to use the singular, woman's, when referring to women as a class; later practice was to use the plural, women's.) She is buried alongside her husband Isaac, who predeceased her in 1872.
The Post family plot is located in the southeastern quadrant of the cemetery, in the northwestern quadrant of the tract bounded by Second, Elm, Woodland, and Evergreen Avenues.