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1 Franklin August VOLLMER b: 20 Jan 1868 d: 30 Jan 1954
+ Millicent GILLETTE b: 28 Nov 1875 d: 3 Dec 1934
2 Walter VOLLMER b: 3 Dec 1893 d: 4 Aug 1970
2 Mabel Irene VOLLMER b: 31 Mar 1897 d: 7 Oct 1972
2 Dewey Leroy VOLLMER b: 16 Feb 1899 d: 21 Jan 1969
2 Clarence August VOLLMER b: 1902
2 Norma Irene VOLLMER b: 7 Oct 1903 d: 24 May 1964
2 Martha W. VOLLMER b: 16 Jul 1906 d: 8 Oct 1991
2 Dorothy May VOLLMER b: 24 May 1913 d: 29 Jul 2002
2 Bradford James VOLLMER b: 24 Feb 1916 d: Nov 1984
2 Bessie J. VOLLMER b: 1918 d: 1923 
Vollmer, Frank (I81452)
11 family records owned by Edith Steele, Historian .
He moved to Bristol, NY in 1840, with his wife & family...source Ont. Co. History sketches
Totman, Ward (I42059)
A Good Woman Gone

Minnie Florence DURFEY was born at Union City, Branch Co, MI 7 Feb 1859, and departed for her better home 11 May 1916. She was united in Holy Matrimony to Cyrus Albert DURFEY in the month of April 1876 at Greenville, later moving to Cedar Springs, where they have since resided.

Six children were born to this union, four of whom survive, Mrs. Ethel ANNIS, of Greenville; Mrs. Grace HOUGH, Wilbur, and Florence DURFEY of [this] village.

The deceased leaves, besides her four children, a bereaved husband, three grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Esther CORNWELL and Mrs. Stella Mae BUSH.

Mrs. DURFEY was a woman of splendid character and those who had the privilege of knowing her feel they are better for her having lived. She had been ill for the past few years, but displayed great Christian fortitude during her suffering. The husband and family have the sympathy of the entire community, who mourn with them.

(Obituary is followed by the words to a hymn or poem entitled, "One More in Heaven," and a card of thanks from "C.A. DURFEY and children".) 
Source (S887)
Adam Mott

Birth: befofe Jan 21 1620 - Saffron Walden, Essex, England
Death: Apr 5 1693 - Hempstead, Long Island, New York
Wife: Jenne Mott, Elizabeth Mott, Ann Mott
Children: Grace Mott, Adam Mott, II, Mary Anne Gedney, Gershom Mott

1056. Adam11 Mott (son of James Mott & Grace) was born before 21 Jan 1620/21 at Saffron Walden, Essex, England. He died after 1682 at Hempstead, Queens, New York.

He married

Jenne Hulet on 28 Jul 1647 at New Amsterdam, New Netherlands.
Elizabeth Richbell, daughter of John Richbell and Ann Parsons, in 1667.

1057. Jenne11 Hulet was born in 1625 at Buckinghamshire, England. She married Adam Mott, son of James Mott and Grace (--?--), on 28 Jul 1647 at New Amsterdam, New Netherlands.


Adam Mott is the first heard of in 1645, when he was of New York. On the 28th of July, 1647, he married there, Jane Hulet, he then as from county Essex, and she, a maid, from county Buckingham. His oldest children Adam and James were baptized in New York. Ten years later he was settled at Hempstead, on the north shore, where he continued to reside until his death. There are several important documents upon record concerning him. One, dated 1682, enumerates his "four sonns by my Frist wiffe Jane Mott, viz. Addam, Jeams, John and Joseph". The second ins his will, dated March 12, 1681-2, wherein he names his "eldest son Adam," sons James, John, Joseph and Gershom, dau. Grace, three children of his deceased son Henry, "youngest son Adam," wife Elizabeth and "all ye children I have by her". The third document is an agreement dated 1691 by which the widow confirms certain lands to sons by the first marriage, viz. Adam, James, John and Joseph, being joined therein by one of her own sons, Richbell, probably the only one then of age. The las of these documents is a release given by John Okeson, in 1703, (who had meantime married the youngest daughter by the second wife,) of his interest in the estate which Adam Mott "did give to his six youngest children which he had by his last wife Elizabeth, unto Richbell Mott, William Mott, Charles Mott and Adam Mott, Jr.

The second wife of Adam Mott was the daughter of Ann, the wife of John Richbell of Mamaroneck, probably by a previous husband whose name was Redman. She married not long prior to Nov., 5, 1691, Robert Hubs, and was living as late as 1698, as his wife.

Adam Mott died probably a little while before Apr. 5, 1690.

His children were:-

Adam2, James2, Henry2, Grace2, John2, Joseph2, Gershom2, by the first wife, and

Richbell2, Maryanne2, Elizabeth2 , William2, Charles2, and Adam2 by the second wife.

Of the daughters, Grace married Jonathan Smith, Jr., and Elizabeth mar. John Okeson.


1. Adam, eldest son, baptized 14th November, 1649.

2. James, " 5th October, 1651.

3. Grace, probably born about 1653.

4. Elizabeth, probably born about 1655 .

5. Henry, probably born about 1657 .

6. John, probably born about 1659 .

7. Joseph, probably born about 1661, died 1735 .

8. Gershom, probably born about 1663.


9. RICHBELL, probably born about 1668

10. Maryanne, probably born about 1670

11. The yonger son ADAM, probably born about 1672

12. William, born 20th Jamuary, 1674

13. Charles, probably born about 1676

"In 1659. Richard Vallingtyne was one of the five chosen Townsmen of the town of Hempstead. The other four were Francis Wicks, Robert Marvin, Adam Mott and Richard Brutnall."

From The American Genealogist Vol. 35, page 107:

"Another Adam Mott came to Newbury, Mass., and later migrated to Long Island. In the shipping list in 1638 he was aged 19 years, and in his will in 1681 he called himself aged about 60. At his marriage to his first wife, Jane Hallet, in 1647, the Dutch Church records of New Amsterdam enter him as from Essez County. This Adam Mott had children by his first wife named James, Grace, Henry, John, Joseph and Gershom.

"The Saffron Walden Parish Registers contain the following baptisms of children of James and Grace Mott:

Adam, 21 Jan 1620/1
Henry, 31 May 1623
George, 20 Nov. 1625.

"It will be noted that the Adam baptized 1620/1 was of the proper age to be the Long Island settler, and that the names James, Grace and Henry correspond. James Mott, father of the above Adam, may possibly have been son of a Mr. George Mott who was buried at Saffron Walden 7 Feb. 1614/15.

"Probably the two Adams were closely related. Further research in Essex and Cambridgeshire is indicated."

"Adam Mott born 1596 son of John Mott, went to MA on the DEFENCE. He later moved to RI when his father joined him They both seemed to have died in 1661. This Adam is the progenitor of the "RI and CT Motts" His cousin, Adam Mott born 1621 son of JAMES MOTT (brother of John) went to NY on the BEVIS in 1639. He lived on Long Island and is the progenitor of the "NY Motts"

"The father of James and John was JOHN Mott of Saffron Walden. It is very common to mix these two families and to get the Adams confused."

Mott, Adam (I80732)
Albert A. DURFEY, 70, a retired farmer, died Thursday morning at hishome, No. 259 South Fifth Street. He leaves his wife and one adopted son.

Mr. DURFEY came here two years ago from the town of Granby, where he had been a farmer for several years. He was a member of the G.A.R. Borrowed Time Club, and the Methodist Brotherhood.

The funeral was held at 2:00 on Monday afternoon at the house and a half hour later at the First Methodist Church. 
Source (S919)
Alice Campbell Gasperini, 81, passed away peacefully after a prolonged battle with emphysema on April 14, 2010, in Santa Barbara, California where she lived with her daughter, Michelle Gasperini Pasini and family. Alice was born on Sept. 18, 1928, the daughter of Alice Katherine and Thomas Alexander Campbell.

Alice always believed that “variety is the spice of life” as she touted in her high school year book, and lived her life with a great sense of curiosity and purpose. She often said that her greatest accomplishments were her children, but she was also a pillar of the Pulaski, New York community for 79 years before moving to California. Her beliefs in volunteerism and community service benefited and enriched many people’s lives. She was a devoted member of the DAR and two-time Regent; she was on the Church Council of the Pulaski Congregational Church, and Board of Directors for the Salmon River Fine Arts Gallery, and Pulaski Historical Museum. She was a member of the Pilgrim’s Guild and Tuesday Study Club, and a volunteer at the Pulaski Public Library.

Alice grew up in Pulaski, N.Y., where she lived most of her life in her family home, owned by her ancestors for the last five generations. She graduated from Pulaski High School in 1946 and attended Brown’s Business School in Long Island, a 2-year college program, and worked in New York City before meeting Eugene Gasperini Jr. and marrying him in 1949. Alice was a devoted wife and mother of 9 children, and greatly involved in all aspects of their lives, from school activities, to driving children to lessons in sailing, horseback riding, tennis, golf, ball games, music, and other things. She always encouraged her children to learn as much as possible, do their best at whatever they were doing, be appreciative, and to explore. Her perspective on travel was unique in that she loved the adventure of going on trips herself, but frequently noted they provided an added pleasure of returning home to Pulaski. She was an avid letter-writer and saved postcards from all of her children’s adventures.

A service of Thanksgiving and Celebration of Life for Alice Gasperini will be held at the Pulaski Congregational Church--A Congregation of The United Church of Christ, 27 Lake Street, Pulaski, N.Y. 13142, on May 1, 2010 at 11 a.m. A call to worship and the invocation will be led by Rev. James C. Tschudy. A reception will follow at the Salmon River Fine Arts Gallery at 19 Lake St. following the service. All family and friends are invited to attend and come celebrate Alice’s life.

Alice is survived by her children, Joseph (Brooke) of South Boston, Peter (Harjit) of Scarsdale, NY, Penny (Frederick) of Santa Barbara, Calif., Stephen of Victoria, Texas, Connie (Marcus) of Denton, Texas, Kathleen of Los Angeles, Michelle (Bill) of Santa Barbara, Calif., and Jeffrey of Orange Lake, Fl., plus 23 grandchildren, and 4 great-grand children. Alice was preceded in death by her husband Eugene Gasperini Jr., and her daughter Alicia.

In lieu of flowers, Alice requested that donations be given to the Pulaski Congregational Church, 7 Lake St., Pulaski, New York 13142; Salmon River Fine Arts Gallery, 19 Lake St., Pulaski, NY; or Pulaski Historical Society, 3428 Maple Ave., Pulaski, NY 13142.

The burial will take place on May 3, 2010, at the All Saints Church and Cemetery, 855 Middle Neck Rd., Great Neck, NY 11024, at 10 a.m. Alice will be buried next to her husband, Eugene Gasperini, Jr., in the Gasperini family plot.

Cards or remembrances may be sent to Joe and Brooke Gasperini, 2607 Halifax Road, South Boston, VA 24592; 
Campbell, Alice (I37016)
Newspaper November 24, 1994 | Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY)
Page: E4 | Section: Obit
133 Words | Readability: Lexile: 810, grade level(s): 4 5

Former East Syracuse resident Alice M. Colvin, 94, died Sunday in Vero Beach, Fla.

A native of Wilson, Conn., Mrs. Colvin lived many years in East Syracuse before moving to Vero Beach in 1959. She was a teacher at Roosevelt High School in Syracuse and was a former principal at Williamstown High School. Mrs. Colvin was a graduate of Syracuse University and received her master's degree from Columbia University. Her husband, Lee F., died in 1987.

Surviving are a sister, Ellen G. Carney of Vero Beach, Fla.; a stepdaughter, Alice Clemons of Osceola; and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. John's Church, Camden. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Williamstown.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Sanborn-McDaniels & LaRobardiere Funeral Home, 109 Main St., Camden.
Carney, Alice Merriam (I2909)
Almira Smith Haggerty
Birth 1833
Death 1920 (aged 86-87)
Fairview Cemetery
Williamstown, Oswego County, New York, USA
Plot Sec 4
Memorial ID 78244455 · View Source

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Mrs. Almira Haggerty

Mrs. Almira Haggerty passed away at the home of her son, William K. Haggerty, early last Wednesday morning, aged 87 years.

The deceased was born near Cedarville, Herkime Co., and was united in marriage about sixty years ago to Lott Haggerty who died six years ago. Grandma Haggerty was a woman of a very congenial disposition. She was very active and maintained her activity to the last.

Deceased was a member of the Methodist church which she served faithfully as long as her strength permitted. As her pastor called upon her during her last days, she often spoke of her great faith in God. Truly God has only called her home to sleep until the resurrection morn.

She leaves to mourn from the home where she has lived and been so tenderly cared for, a son W.K. Haggerty, and his wife and two grandchildren, Barbara and Gladys; three other sons, George of Pulaski, Frank of Ilion and Charles of this village, one daughter, Mrs. Alice Montondo of Syracuse, eleven grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and one great great grandchild.

The funeral was held from the Haggerty home on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Her pastor, Rev. A.A. Lawrence spoke words of sympathy from the text, "She hath done what she could." A most fitting text as her life was one of love and devotion to her family and to her church. Mrs. J.A. Frost and Mrs. A.A. Lawrence sang her favorite selections "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Nearer My God to Thee" with Miss E. Lucile Carr at the piano.

She was laid to rest in the family plot beside her husband in Fair View cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 29, 1920 
Smith, Almira (I46740)
Also known as also known as Lyman H. HODGE.
[S. Griffiths - November 2010]

The 1855 N.Y. census; Lyman HODGE moved from Otsego County to Madison County in 1835.

Civil War Service Record:
* Enlisted as a Private on November 6, 1862 at the age of 42
* Enlisted in Company G, 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment New York on November 6, 1862.
* Received a disability discharge for a pre-existing condition on January 3, 1863 in Fort Corcoran, VA.
[National Archives, Washington, DC] 
Hodge, Lemen (I31669)
Alternate date of birth; April 10, 1836.
[Correspondence from Peggy DeVoe - January 2002]

Alternate date of birth; April 10, 1840
[Ancestry Tree, Rosemary Listenberger, compiler, , Jones, Taber, Lawrence ahnentafel, RootsWeb's World Connect Project, ]

There was a son named Oliver Perry, born about 1854. He married Jane BURLINGAME. They had two children.
[Ancestry Tree - Unknown]

If so, he does not show up in the 1860 or 1870 census records for William & Wealthy TABER. A Jane TABER does show in the 1870 census (Constantia, Oswego, NY) living in the BURLINGAME household, with a daughter, Mary.
[S. Griffiths - January 2006]

Wealthy, at 75 years of age, and the widow of William Abraham Taber, signed her pension documents (as widow of a civil war soldier) with a very shakey "X".
[Courtesy of Wendy Wadowski - February 10, 2008]

Mrs. Wealthy Taber, 83, widow of William Taber, died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jennie Thompson, No. 164 Seymour street. She had been a resident here for five years, coming from Constantia, where she had lived many years.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Clemma McCarthy of Oneida; three sons, Charles and Sherman Taber of Michigan and Adelbert Taber of Clyde, and one brother, Dwight Hodge of Canastota. Private funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the home of her daughter, where she died, Rev. D.B. Thompson, pastor of Centenary M.E. church, officiating. The body will be placed in Oakwood vault.
[The Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY) - January 19, 1921 - Page 13, Column 6] 
Hodge, Wealthy Jane (I31671)
Alternate place of burial: Union Cemetery, Plainfield, CT
[Ancestry Tree - Rosemary Listenberger]

Alternate place of burial; Union Settlement, West Monroe, Oswego, NY
[Ancestry Tree - Unknown]

Civil War veteran:
* Enlisted on February 29, 1864 in Madison, New York
* Enlisted as a Private on 29 February 1864 at the age of 30.
* Enlisted in Company D, 50th Engineers Regiment New York on 29 Feb 1864.
* Promoted to Full Artificer on 15 Jan 1865.
* Mustered Out Company D, 50th Engineers Regiment New York on 13 Jun 1865 at Fort Barry, VA.

[American Civil War Soldiers -]

Did he enlist with brother-in-law, Harrison Hodge?
[S. Griffiths - September 2010] 
Taber, William Abraham (I31707)
Anthony (Tony) Vigeon
December 4, 1921 to March 31, 2014

World War II Veteran Anthony (Tony) Vigeon, 92, passed away peacefully at his home on March 31, 2014. He retired from the US Postal Service in 1979 after 33 years. He is joined in sprit with many loved ones who preceded him in death. Tony was survived by his beloved wife, Helena (Rosnowsky) Vigeon of 71 years; two children, Kathleen Vigeon of Santee, California and Joseph Vigeon of Orwell, New York; granddaughter, Michelle (Vigeon) Griggs, son-in-law, Albert Griggs II; great-grandson, Anthony Griggs of Branson, Missouri; granddaughter, Geraldine Vigeon of North Syracuse, New York and grandson Brandon Vigeon of Austin, Texas.

A Viewing be held Sunday, April 6th 2014 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Greenwood Garden Chapel, 4300 Imperial Avenue, San Diego, California 92113. A Mass will be celebrated Monday, April 7th 2014 at 12:30 pm at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, 2766 Navajo Road, El Cajon, California 92020. Interment to immediatley follow at Greenwood Memorial Park, 4300 Imperial Avenue, San Diego, California 92113. A reception will follow at the church.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation to Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church Food Pantry.
Vigeon, Anthony (I75880)
April 14, 2007 Frances W. Michel of Auburn, died Saturday, April 14 at the Cayuga County Nursing Home. She was born May 14, 1917 and grew up in Altmar, New York. She was a lifelong member of the Riverside United Methodist Church in Altmar. She is survived by Sally Bishop of Albuquerque, New Mexico, David Michel of Parish, Pam Allen of Auburn and Eileen Townsend of Baldwinsville. In addition, she had 10 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at the Parish United Methodist Church South Railroad Street, Parish, New York on Sunday, April 22 at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Riverside United Methodist Church, 255 County Route 41A, Pulaski, New York 13142 would be appreciated.ZGATES
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard from Apr. 17 to Apr. 18, 2007 
Waggoner, Frances (I67440)
April 21, 2004 A legend has passed: Joseph Henry Fowler, 88, of Altmar, NY. Joe was a World War II Army veteran, retired iron worker, Local #60, Mayor of Pine Meadows, pilot, motorcycle enthusiast, big game hunter, outdoorsman. He enjoyed traveling andlived life to the fullest. Survivors: three sons, J.R., C.J., J.J.; three daughters, Nancy, Suzy, Terry; 11 grandchildren; one brother Harvey Fowler, Clyde; two sisters, Esther Roberts, Clyde, Eleanor Claire, Seneca Falls. Services: Come celebrate Joe's life Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Hastings-Gorski Post #1128, American Legion, 8 Vida Drive, Williamstown, NY. Arrangements are in care of Harter Funeral Home, Mexico, NY. Contributions: VA Medical Center, Syracuse, NY.
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on Apr. 24, 2004 
Fowler, Joseph Henry (I73351)
April 26, 2009 Floyd L. Boyer, 69, resident of Altmar, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, April 26. Floyd was born May 14, 1939, in Ottawa, IL, the son of Frank and Iona England Boyer. He was a resident of Altmar since 1979, previously living in Syracuse. He attended school in Peoria, IL, and he served in the United States Air Force from 1957 until 1962. Floyd married Nancy Hess Cronk on May 12, 1979. He was employed by Lockheed Martin for 29 years, retiring in 1997. He also served in the Air National Guard 174th Fighter Wing in Syracuse for 25 years, retiring in 1987. He attended Vorea Community Church. Surviving: wife, Nancy; three stepsons, Paul Cronk of Plattsburgh, Frank Cronk of Volney and Peter Cronk of Altmar; two brothers, Dale and Wayne Boyer of Peoria, IL; three stepgrandchildren; two stepgreat-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, with burial in Riverside Cemetery, Altmar. Calling hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Donations may be made to NOCA Ambulance, Delano Street, Pulaski, NY 13142.
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on Apr. 27, 2009 
Boyer, Floyd L. (I51025)
Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) - October 13, 1987Browse Issues

Services for Archa H. Moot, 71, of Lehigh Road died Monday at Veterans Administration Medical Center, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mexico Village Cemetery.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 7385 Park St.

A native of Mexico, N.Y., Mr. Moot lived in Pulaski since 1937. He was employed until 1966 with Carrier Corp. and retired in 1972 as a boatsman on the Ohio River.

An Army veteran of World War II, Mr. Moot was a life member and former commander of the Robert Edwards Post 358, American Legion, and a life member of Voyager Salon of the 40 and 8 Society in Oswego. He also was a member of Amvets and Dads of Foreign Wars.

Surviving are his wife, the former Alice M. Fox; four sons, John J. and Kimberly H., both of Pulaski, Barry of Altmar and Edwin M. of Hurst, Texas; three daughters, Nancy Sweatland of Williamstown, Patricia Reed of Parish and Caprice Hooge of Pulaski; a brother, Gerald of Mexico; five sisters, Lena Austin and Anona Hall, both of Pulaski, Grace Thompson of Fulton and Florence Coburn and Doris Popp, both of Ohio; 19 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. 
Moot, Archa Howard (I135)
ARMITAGE, Rose Marie "Ro Ro" (Zirpola)

ARMITAGE - Rose Marie "Ro Ro"(nee Zirpola)
Of Lockport, NY. August 11, 2017. Devoted wife of Harry W. Armitage; dearest mother of Catherine E. Berchou and Sheldon M. (Isabelle) Armitage; grandmother of Michael T. Berchou; daughter of the late Dominic and Lucy (Graziano) Zirpola; sister of the late Dorothy R. (Herbert) Schafranek, Lucy (Dennis) Barry, Rita (Dan) Albini, Agnes (Daniel) Christopher, Anna (Angelo) Sterlace, Grace (Jerry) Ricigliano, Josephine Christopher, Angeline (Vito) Jacobi, Clara (Albert) Sterlace, Salvatore, Joseph (Nina) and Dominic (Louise) Zirpola; also survived by nieces and nephews. No prior visitation. Family and friends are invited to attend a Funeral Mass at Holy Angels Church, 348 Porter Ave., Buffalo, NY 14201, Friday, September 22, 2017 at 10 AM. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Niagara Hospice House, 4675 Sunset Dr., Lockport, NY 14094. Arrangements by: CASTIGLIA FUNERAL HOME, INC., 824-6435. Share condolences at:
Funeral Home:

Castiglia Funeral Home, Inc.

Buffalo News Sunday August 20, 2017 
Zirpola, Rosemarie (I10970)
Newspaper July 8, 1989 | Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY)
Page: A14 | Section: Obit
97 Words | Readability: Lexile: 930, grade level(s): 5 6

Services for Bernard L. Babcock, 72, of Route 11, Hastings, who died Thursday at his home, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Traub Funeral Home. Burial will be in Pine Plains Cemetery, Clay.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, 110 Main St.

A life resident of Hastings, Mr. Babcock retired in 1973 after 38 years of service at the Oswego Casting Co.

Surviving are his son, Bernard J. of Boston; and several nieces and nephews.

Contributions may be made to the Moyers Corners Fire Department Ambulance Fund.
Babcock, Bernard L (I81767)
Betty J. Rhoades, 84, Bethlehem

Jan 29, 2009

BETHLEHEM - Betty J. Rhoades, 84, of Bethlehem, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009, in Easton Hospital.

She was born in Mount Carmel, a daughter of the late Willard and Cyrilla (Everet) Kessler. She was married to Chester E. Rhoades, who preceded her in death in 1984.

Betty was a member of St. Stephen's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Bethlehem, where she was a Bible school teacher. She was a former Sunday school teacher at Wesley United Methodist Church.

She is survived by four daughters and sons-in-law, Janet L. Propsner, Virginia LaBella and Debra A. and Michael Mabus, all of Bethlehem, and Carol L. and Phillip Kashner of Bedminster; two sons and daughters-in-law, Lawrence W. and Barbara Rhoades of Belmont, Calif., and Gary L. and Kathryn Rhoades of Slatington; three brothers, Blaine Kessler and Edward Kessler, both of Mount Carmel, and William Kessler of Dothan, Ala.; one sister, JoAnne Wahosky of Harrisburg; 17 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson.

Betty was preceded in death by one grandson, Christopher Propsner, in 1989.

Friends may call from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Stephen's Evangelical Church, 67 W. Washington Ave., Bethlehem, where the funeral will be conducted at 10.

Contributions may be made in Betty's memory to St. Stephen's Evangelical Church.

Arrangements were entrusted to the Long Funeral Home, Bethlehem. 
Kessler, Betty J. (I77036)
Beulah I. Woodworth

November 13, 2007 Beulah I. Woodworth, 86, of Central Square, died Tuesday, November 13, 2007 at Iroquois Nursing Home, Syracuse. Born in Dry Hill, NY, she resided in the Central Square area for over 64 years. Beulah was a 1937 graduate of Parish High School and worked in retail 14 years at C.E. Chappell and Sons and 18 years with the W.T. Grant Company, both in Mattydale. She was a member of the Victory Bible Church in Central Square. Beulah was predeceased by her husband, John R. Woodworth and is survived by five nieces, Velma Cornwell Smolsey of Cleveland, Linda Cornwell Barling of Central Square, Sandra Cornwell Reed of Syracuse, Donna Brown Hackett of Manchester, MI, and Janice Brown Paront of Gainsville, FL; and several great-nieces and great-nephews. A graveside service will be held Saturday, November 17, 2007 at 11 a.m. at the Lakeside Cemetery, Sacketts Harbor. A memorial service will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, November 18, 2007 at the Victory Bible Church, Central Square. Contributions may be made to the Victory Bible Church, 255 Hungry Lane Rd., Central Square, NY 13036 or to The Gideons Oswego Camp, PO Box 4054, Oswego, NY 13126. WATSON FUNERAL HOME, INC., Central Square has charge of arrangements.
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on Nov. 15, 2007 
Cornwell, Beulah Irene (I74759)
Beverley Jean Willis/Warren
January 20, 1933 ~ June 17, 2019 (age 86)
Obituary & Services
Tribute Wall

Beverley Jean Willis/Warren, age 86, died of natural causes 6/17/19 in Merrill. She was born on January 20, 1933 to the late Earl Edward & Ethel Mae Laura in Clay, NY. She married Marine Corporal, Jack Smith Willis on June 10, 1952 in Euclid, NY. He preceded her in death. Beverley married Harold Warren on 7/17/2004. He preceded her in death March 31, 2016.

Beverley was an assembly line worker for 23 years at General Electric in Syracuse, NY. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary in Chittenango, NY. Beverley loved to make things and give them away to cancer patients. She loved planting flowers, traveling the United States with her loved one and life itself. Beverley’s request is for “everyone to do your best at anything you do and to be a good follower of Jesus”. She will be dearly missed.

Beverley is survived by her daughters; Marcia Willis, Oneida, NY, Sharon (Rich) Barker, Merrill, WI, Debra Willis, Central Square, NY, son; Jack Willis Jr., Mexico, NY, sisters; Barbara Harke, Earleen De Rycke, both of Clay, NY, Ethel “Kay” Anderson, Badger, MN, 11 grandchildren, several great grandchildren, 1 great great grandchild, other relatives & friends.

Preceded in death by her parents & husbands.

Services for Beverley will be 11 AM at Bible Presbyterian Church on Thursday, July 11, 2019.

The graveside service will be at 11:00 am at Pine Plains Cemetery RT # 31, Clay, New York (Section 4, Lot 17) on August 5th with Reverend Daniel Bradley, friends and family. 
Loura, Beverly Jean (I13264)
Big Rapids Daily Pioneer - 10 Apr 1907

City News Briefs
The funeral of Mr. M.O. BROWN will be held at the Congregational Church tomorrow afternoon at 2:00. Rev. D.G. BLAIR will preach the sermon.

Big Rapids Weekly Pioneer - 11 Apr 1907
Miles BROWN, 50 years old, died Sunday at his home on Pere Marquette Street. He leaves a wife and two children.

(Same appears in the Daily version on 9 Apr 1907, but he is called Miles DAVIDSON in that paper.) 
Source (S897)
Birth date is calculated based on age at death; 48 years, 4 months, 5 days.
[S. Griffiths - November 2010] 
Hodge, Nancy M (I31670)
Daughter Will Then Inherit Property of First Mayor of Fulton City

Probate proceedings on the estate of George W. BROOKER, late of Fulton, who died Oct 5 in Oswego Hosptial, were held Monday before Surrogate George M. Penney in Surrogate's Court. Testator, first mayor of the city of Fulton, former superintendent and later agent of the American Woolen Company's mills at Fulton, had been residing for the past year with his daughter, Mrs. May B. MURDOCK, at 125 West Third Street, Oswego. His estate was valued at $7,000 personal, life use of which is given to his widow, Ella W. BROOKER, with property to pass upon her death to his daughter, Mrs. MURDOCK. The widow and daughter are executors of his will. John L. MOURNIGHAN is attorney. 
Source (S881)
Buried in the Andrews Cemetery, Bristol, Ontario, New York 
Reed, Edith (I41948)
Caleb Orcutt & Mehitable Harvey


CALEB ORCUTT was born to WILLIAM 2 ORCUTT and his wife Hannah-HANNAH SMITH or HANNAH NEWTON-about 1715 or 1716 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. He married MEHITABLE HARVEY in Bridgewater on January 24, 1738.(1)

The Harveys

Three of the children of THOMAS HARVEY (a Puritan who died in Somersetshire, England) came to America in 1636. They were a daughter, whose name has been lost but whose husband was THOMAS SLOCUM, and two sons, WILLIAM and THOMAS 1 HARVEY. They helped to form the new community of Taunton, Massachusetts, where their families grew over the next generations.(2) Mehitable is descended from these pilgrims.

Nahum Mitchell’s History of Bridgewater contains the following statement, “Elizabeth, D. of Dea. John Willis m. a Harvey, and the following were probably her children or grand children, viz.: Joseph, Nathaniel 1705 ; Jenny, Mary, Elizabeth, and Mehitabel…
Mehitabel m. Caleb Orcutt 1738.”(3)

We know that ELIZABETH WILLIS, mentioned above, married THOMAS 3 HARVEY on December 10, 1679, in Taunton,(4) making Mehitable’s descendancy Thomas 1, William, Thomas 3. It is believed that Mehitable is a granddaughter, rather than a daughter, of Thomas 3 and Elizabeth Willis Harvey.

No birth record is readily available to prove the names of Mehitable’s parents, but it is believed by most researchers that she is the daughter of JOHN HARVEY, son of Thomas 3 and Elizabeth Willis Harvey, and MEHETABEL LEONARD. John was born in Taunton on February 4, 1683-4, and was married July 23, 1710, to Mehetable Leonard, also of Taunton. The couple lived in Taunton, Massachusetts, until about 1718 or 1719, when they moved to Norton, about 7 or 8 miles away.(2) Mehitable is almost certainly their daughter.
Stafford Historical Sign

Caleb and Mehitable’s Life Together

Caleb and Mehitable made their home in Stafford, Connecticut, westward about 80 miles from their native Bridgewater, Taunton, and Norton, Massachusetts. Also in Stafford were Caleb’s brother David and his family and others bearing the surnames Orcutt and Washburn.(5)

On March 16, 1740, Caleb Orcutt bought 9 acres of land of his brother David. May 26, 1740, he bought 24 acres more, a part of the farm where “David now lives.”(6)

This was a rich agricultural area at the time with easy availability of water from tributaries of the Willimantic River. Mineral springs at nearby Stafford Springs were popular.

Children born to Caleb and Mehitable in Stafford follow:

WILLIAM ORCUTT, born November 16, 1739.(5)(7)

KETURAH ORCUTT, born July 14, 1741.(5)(7)

CALEB ORCUTT, born August 8, 1743.(5)(7)

JOSIAH ORCUTT, born March 2, 174[ ] (5) or JACOB ORCUTT, born March 22, 1746.(7)

JOHN ORCUTT, born May 15, 1748 or 175[ ]. Died July 8, 1761.(5)(7)

CHRISTOPHER ORCUTT, born May 26, 175[ ].(5)

JOBE ORCUTT, born June 1, 1755.(5)(7)

French & Indian War

join or dieFrom 1756-1763, the British and French battled for land. The colonies supported the British with money and men. “The (Connecticut) General Assembly in March. 1758, resolved to raise 5,000 men, officers included, for the coming campaign; this force to be divided into four regiments of twelve companies each. These troops were to act in conjunction with those of the other New England Colonies under Major General Abercromby, Commender-in-Chief of the King’s forces in North America.”(8)

Caleb enlisted on May 29, 1758, and was discharged September 10, 1758. William Orcutt (who may have been Caleb’s son or another William Orcutt married to Mehitabel Jones) enlisted April 4 and also was discharged September 10. Nathan Orcutt (descended from William 1 Orcutt and Mary Martha Lane, Joseph Orcutt and Sarah Smith, and son of Nathan Orcutt and Phoebe Lillie) enlisted April 4 and died in camp at Fort Edward on October 6, 1758. He was 22.(8)

All served in the Third Connecticut Regiment and participated in the campaign to take Fort Carillon, which had been constructed by the French in 1755. In July 1758, General Abercromby led an army of 17,000 British and Colonial troops against a small French force of 3700 entrenched in the fort. Abercromby lost the battle and nearly 2000 men. However, a year later, the French abandoned the fort, and it was taken over by the British and renamed Fort Ticonderoga.(9)

Life Cut Short

Caleb died in Stafford on November 16, 1758, just two months after returning home from battle.(5) One has to assume that his death may have resulted from an injury or illness sustained in the war. Caleb was in his 40’s, leaving Mehitable with small children to raise.

Caleb’s belongings were inventoried, and, on January 4, 1759, his estate was declared insolvent. A list of “moveables” was set out for the widow.(10)

It is not known how Mehitable spent the remainder of her life or when and where she died.



(1) Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850 (Online Database:, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2010).

(2) Harvey, Oscar Jewell. The Harvey Book. 1899. HBOOK.PDF (Accessed 6/30/2015)

(3) Mitchell, Nahum. History of the early settlement of Bridgewater in Plymouth County, Massachusetts including an extensive family register. Boston, Kidder & Wright, 1840. Accessed 6/30/2015)

(4) Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988. Provo, UT, USA

(5) Connecticut Vital Records to 1870 (Online Database:, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011.) From original typescripts, Lucius Barnes Barbour Collection, 1928.

(6) Ancestors of Florence Julia Brown : and some of their descendants [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, 2005. Original data: Brown, Walter LeRoy,. Ancestors of Florence Julia Brown : and some of their descendants. Albion, N.Y.: Eddy Print. Co., 1940.

(7) Michigan Bible Records and Genealogical Notes 1935-1936. Compiled and Indexed by Vivian Lyon Moore, State Chairman Genealogical Records, D.A.R. of Michigan.

(8) Rolls of Connecticut Men in the French and Indian War, 1755-1762, Volume 2, by the Connecticut Historical Society.

(9) (Accessed 7/7/2015)

(10) Connecticut Nutmegger, Vol. 38, p. 257. 
Orcutt, Caleb (I71769)
Carol S. Tanner

July 12, 2003 Carol S. Tanner of Redfield died Saturday at St. Luke's Nursing Home. Survivors: husband, Carl; sons, Douglas of Sandy Creek and Henry Tanner of Altmar; daughters, Carol Pitcher of Camden, Cindy Tanner of Lacona and Donna Williams of NC; sisters, Norma Vrooman, Norine Waterbury and Phyllis Mellen, all of Pulaski; Aunt Marion Signor of Col; 12 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews, other family members and dear friends. Friends may call Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Traub Funeral Home, 684 North Main Street, Central Square, NY. Services and burial are private and at the convenience of the family.
Published Syracuse Post Standard on July 15, 2003 
Ladd, Carol Snow (I18243)
Carpenter, Susan E. Kellogg
Carpenter July 3, 2005 Susan E. Kellogg Carpenter of Seattle, Washington, died
July 3, 2005 at home. She was a native of Mexico, New York. She was a graduate
of Mexico Academy and Central School and Syracuse University. She received a
Master's degree from the University of Wisconsin, and a Master's in Business
Administration from City University in Seattle. She also did graduate work in
speech pathology at the University of Washington. She was Manager of Rehab
Medicine at Children's Hospital, Seattle. She is survived by husband, Robert
Carpenter; and stepdaughters, Renee Laigo and Heather Carson, all of Seattle.
She is also survived by a sister, Joan Hadcock, of Mexico, New York; a niece
and nephew and several other relatives. A memorial service will be held in
Seattle. Memorial gifts may be sent to: Susan Carpenter Memorial
Rehabilitation Unit - W6804, Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center,
4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105.
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 7/14/2005. 
Kellogg, Susan E. (I63310)
Chrisman-Caldwell - At Sandy Creek, July 2, James H. Christman to Miss Isabel Caldwell, both of Ellisburgh.
Source: Jefferson County Journal, July 21, 1885, Page 4 
Colwell, Isabella (I46096)
Christine S. Sprake

Obituary Condolences
Christine S. Sprake Christine S. Sprake, age 52, of Waterford, died Saturday, December 13, 2008 at her residence. Born in Erie on October 19, 1956 Christine was a daughter of the late Robert and June Hughson Sprake. Christine was a graduate of Strong Vincent High School, Class of 1974 and of Edinboro University. She had worked in management her entire life and enjoyed, walking, reading, flower gardening and sewing. She was very talented and loved to support her sons, her grandchildren and nephews and nieces sporting events. Survivors include her children, Heather Magoon, of Waterford, Buckley Magoon, Kyle and Corey Goss, all of Edinboro; three grandchildren, Brianna and Robert Davis and Madison Goss; her brothers and sister, Dennis Sprake and his wife Fran, Richard Sprake and his wife Deborah, all of Erie and Diane Cornelius and her husband Dennis, of Waterford. She is further survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Burton Funeral Home 602 West 10th Street on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 6 until the time of services at 8 p.m. Memorials may be made to the family in care of Burton Funeral Home 602 West 10th Street Erie, PA 16502. Send condolences at Sign the guestbook at
Published in the Erie Times-News from Dec. 15 to Dec. 16, 2008 
Sprake, Christine S (I76956)
Civil War Service Record (National Archives, Washington, DC):
* Enlisted as a Private on August 8, 1862 at Hamilton, Madison, NY.
* Muster in Company B, 157 Infantry Regiment.
* Deserted at Stafford Court House, VA on or about April 26, 1863.
* Returned voluntarily December 26, 1863 and was delivered to Fort Columbus, NY on January 23, 1864.
* He was returned to duty without trial with forfeiture of all pay and allowances during the time lost.
* Returned to Company February 27, 1864. Restored to duty August 5, 1864.
* Muster-out Company B, 157 Infantry Regiment on July 10, 1865 at Charleston, SC.

On September 4, 1891 Ephraim VIBBERT applied for a Civil War disability pension as provided for by an Act of Congress of June 27, 1890. The Act of Congress provided a pension to Civil War veterans that were "disabled from obtaining his subsistence by manual labor by reason of the disability." He claimed his disability was rheumatism, that he contracted in January 1863 at Centerville VA. His request was rejected. He was awarded a monthly pension of $6.00 per month in July 1897.

In 1900 he requested an increase in his pension. On the pension claim he stated that he had "sciatica of left leg, rheumatism, kidney trouble, injury to testicles, heart trouble, shortness of breath, intercostal neuralgia, pains of left side, and unable to hold urine." On April 11, 1900 he reported for a medical examination. As a result of the medical report, his pension was increased to $8.00 per month.

His pension was increased: April 25, 1906 to $10.00 per month; February 21, 1907 to $12.00 per month; November 3, 1910 to $15.00 per month, September 24, 1912 to $23.00 per month; January 8, 1915 to $30.00 and June 10, 1918 to $40.00.

His physical description: height 5' 81/2", weight, 164 pounds, eyes; black, hair; brown.

After his death, his widow, Cora A. VIBBERT, applied for a widow's pension and was awarded a pension of $30.00 per month.
[Civil War Pension Record - National Archives, Washington, DC]

He purchased land in 1873 from Wm. W. & Sarah A. Hearth on the Mile Strip (Fenner or Smithfield, Madison, NY).
[Fenner Town Historian - June 1992]

Ephraim Vibbert, 78, Civil War Veteran, Dies
Ephraim Vibbert, 78, No 5010 Midler avenue, Eastwood, died at ?:30 o'clock last night after a lingering illness. He was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in Company B, 157th New York Infantry. He was an active member of the G.A.R.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cora A. Vibbert; two daughters, Mrs. David Hill of Syracuse and Mrs. George Ellison of Eastwood; three sons, E. C. Vibbert of Auburn, Daniel G. and William L. Vibbert of this city, and four brothers and three sisters. Funeral services will be held from the home at 9:30 o'clock Monday. Burial will be at Perryville.
[The Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY) - July 26, 1919 - Page 10, Column 3] 
Vibbert, Ephraim Charles (I31720)
Civil War Service Record:
* Enlisted as a Private on February 15 1864 at the age of 36
* Enlisted in Company Batty I, New York 3rd LA Batty I Light Artillery Battery on February 19, 1864.
* Mustered out on July 8, 1865 at Syracuse, NY.
[National Archives, Washington, DC] 
Taber, Lafayette (I31695)
Civil War Service Record:
* Enlisted as a Private on September 2, 1861 at Chittenango, Madison, NY.
* Enlisted in Company D, 50th Engineers Regiment New York on September 7, 1861.
* Promoted to Corporal on July 6, 1862.
* Reduced to 2nd Class on October 20, 1862 by Regimental Order #88.
* Received a 10 day furlough on April 21, 1863. Failed to return on May 3, 1863 when the furlough expired. Dropped from the rolls on May 17, 1863, listed as a deserter.
* Returned voluntarily on September 4, 1863. Arrested and confined until October 31, 1863. Returned to his Company without trial. Reduced to 2nd Class Private, forfeit of all/any pay and allowances due him prior to November 1, 1863, requd to make good the time he was absent.
* On detached service to brig. headquarters as a teamster on November 2, 1863.
* Re-enlisted on February 15, 1864.
* Returned to Company on June 15, 1864.
* Mustered out of Company D, 50th Engineers regiment New York on June 13, 1865 in Fort Barry, VA.
[National Archives]

Wife finds Husband Dead in the Snow at Perryville

Harrison Hodge, 77, stricken with Heart Disease near barn – Veteran of Civil War

Special to the Post Standard

Canastota - Dec. 17 – Harrison Hodge, 77, a farmer residing near Perryville, died suddenly to-day of heart disease.

Mr. Hodge went to the barn about 10 o`clock this morning. At noon Mrs. Hodge looked toward the barn and saw her husband lying face down in the snow.

The body was removed to the house. Dr. R. Joy of Canastota was summoned and when he arrived pronounced the man dead. He said life probably had been ---- an hour before the body was discovered. Undertaker J.H. McMahon and Coroner S.T. Barton were called. The coroner, after investigating the circumstances, gave heart disease as cause of death.

Surviving besides his widow is a daughter, Mrs. Carrie Duffy, who lives at home, one brother, Dwight Hodge of this village and one sister Mrs. Wealthy Taber of Constantia.
[The Syracuse Post-Standard (NY) - December 18, 1914] 
Hodge, Harrison H. (I31667)
Civil War Veteran; Unit unknown.
[S. Griffiths - January 2006]

A Charles HODGE enlisted in Company B, 50th Engineers Regiment New York on August 16, 1861 in Syracuse, New York at the age of 21. He was mustered out of Company B, 50th Engineers Regiment New York on June 13, 1865 at Fort Barry, VA.
[American Civil War Soldiers]

Another Charles HODGE enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1864 in Washington, New York at the age of 23, birthplace; Madison, New York. Muster out in 1864, separation date: June 13, 1865.
[New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900]

Are either of these men the son of Daniel HODGE? The first one appears to be too old, born about 1840. The second one is the correct age, but what is he doing in Washington, New York.
[S. Griffiths - May 2011] 
Hodge, Charles (I31660)
85 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Crouse, Kayleen Sue (I55959)
Mrs. P.F. Brown was Mother of Mrs. Will Bush

Mrs. P.F. BROWN, aged 76, died this morning at 3:00, at the home of her daughter Mrs. William BUSH, in Colfax Twp. She had been an invalid for the past eight weeks, suffering from dropsy and hardening of the arteries. She lived for the past nine years with her daughter and previous to that she was a resident of "upper town" Big Rapids. Her husband died eight years ago. Besides Mrs. BUSH, two other daughters survive her, one of Cedar Springs and one in Portland.

10 Jan 1913 - same paper
The funeral of Mrs. P.M. (sic) BROWN will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Standard time, from the home of Mrs. William SMITH (sic) of Colfax.

12 Jan 1913 - same paper
Mrs. C.A. DURFEY returned to her home at Cedar Springs. She was accompanied by her sister Mrs. William BUSH, who will spend a few days with her. 
Source (S898)
Colonel Joel Stone Papers in the Ontario Archives in Toronto. Sent by Mrs.Margaret (Connon) Durfy, of Ontario, Canada. Her e mail address was , in 2003. 
Source (S943)
Daniel A. Archibee
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SANDY POND, N.Y. - Daniel A. Archibee, 56, was a generous, loving, and compassionate husband, father, brother, uncle, nephew, and friend to all.
Born March 19, 1955, he grew up in Sandy Pond and enjoyed meeting new people, serving others, golfing, and automobile racing. Danny was a member of the Carpenters Union Local 747. He received the gift of a new heart in March of 2008 and spent the last three years enjoying time with the people and in the places he loved the most.
He passed suddenly on July 12, 2011. Cause is pending.
He is predeceased by his parents, Arnold and Dora Graham Archibee; brothers Bruce and Brian. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Diane, sons Justin (Natali) Archibee, Adam (Karen) Archibee; his brothers Ronald (SueAnn) Archibee of Sandy Creek, David (Penny) Archibee of Mexico; his sister Lydiann (Roger) McClure of Lakeland, Florida; and a multitude of nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life took place on Sunday, July 17th from 1-6 pm at the Sandy Pond Sportsmens Club. A brief memorial took place at 1:30 pm, followed by a Chicken BBQ. As a recipient of a donated heart, Danny urged all he met to be an organ donor. In lieu of flowers, please consider signing up to be an organ donor at . 
Archibee, Daniel A. (I27289)
Date and name of paper unknown

Mrs. Reva Taylor

Mrs. Reva Taylor, 57, of Route 1, Blanchard, died Sunday, Mar. 11 in Kelsey Hospital at Lakeview. She had been ill for about one month.

Mrs. Taylor was born April 22, 1904 in Rolland Township and was a lifelong resident of Isabella County and a member of the Pine River W.S.C.

Surviving are her husband, Alson; 1 son Richard of Blanchard; 3 daughters Mrs. Richard Jellen (sic) and Mrs. Lyle Walkington of Blanchard and Mrs. Richard Root of DeWitt; 2 brothers Kenneth Dush of Blanchard and Clarence Dush of Lakeview; 9 grand children; 1 great grandchild.

Funeral services will be held Wed. at 2 pm at the Crittenden Funeral Home in Remus, with interment in the Pine River Cemetery near Blanchard. 
Source (S950)
Newspaper September 14, 1988 | Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY)
Page: B2 | Section: Obit
151 Words

David L. Clark, 43, of County Route 4 died Tuesday at Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital, Syracuse, after a long illness.

Mr. Clark was a life resident of Central Square. He was the owner of C.M. Gibbs Inc., an awning and tent company on West Fayette Street, Syracuse.

Mr. Clark was a member of the Universalist Church of Central Square, the Syracuse Chamber of Commerce and the Small Business Institute of Syracuse.

Surviving are a son, Ricky of Liverpool; a daughter, Debra Pardee of Central Square; two brothers, Marwin ``Bill'' of Central Square and Warren of Hastings; two sisters, Virginia Ladd and Vera Nessmiller, both of Central Square; and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Watson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery.

Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 206 S. Main St.

Contributions may be made to the Southern Oswego Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
Clark, David L (I81746)
David may have remarried between 1875 and 1880. The 1875 NY State census does not show a wife, the 1880 census has "Fanny" listed as his wife.
[S. Griffiths - July 2004]

In Perryville, April 10, 1882; Mrs. David Hodge.
[Canastota Herald - April 26, 1882] 
Unknown, Fanny (I31716)
Death Claims Elderly Woman Hurt in Fall

Mrs. Esther CORNWELL, 83, of 426 Lafayette SE, who was born near Cedar Springs and lived all her life in the general vicinity, died Thursday at St. Mary's hospital. She had suffered a hip fracture October 4 in a fall.

Mrs. CORNWELL lived in Greenville for many years, up to 13 years ago, when she moved to Grand Rapids.

Surviving are the husband, Thaddeus; three daughters, Mrs. Olive VANDERPOOL and Mrs. Lulu BURNS of Grand Rapids, and Mrs. Stella HARRE of Toledo, Ohio; a son Claude, of Grand Rapids; 5 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.

Mrs. CORNWELL attended Grace Episcopal Church.

Funeral Services will be held at the Vanderpool Mortuary Chapel with Rev. Donald V. CAREY officiating. Burial will be at Restlawn Memorial Park. 
Source (S890)
Death notice for "old Mr. Mount" under "Dushville", no details 
Source (S955)
Death of Mrs. Nora L. Lawrence, 39, wife of Thomas Lawrence, 411 Riverside Drive, occurred yesterday (October 8) in a Rome hospital. She had been ill for six months.

She was born in Rome, daughter of Fred and the late Emma Hughes Tanner. She was married Jan. 15, 1919. Besides her husband and father she leaves a sister, Mrs. Arthur M. Schaller, Stanwix, and eight children, Thomas, Arthur, Adelia, Shirley, Neilan, Winifred, Iva and Ada.
Tanner, Nora E. (I52035)
December 1, 2008 Mrs. Dorothy Ann Boase, 71, went home to be with the Lord, Monday night, December 1, 2008. Mrs Boase was born on April 28, 1937, in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Survivors include two sons, Charles Edward Deaton of Panama City, FL, Brantley Michael Deaton of Pulaski, NY; four daughters, Christa Ann Phillips of Pulaski, NY, Karen Lynn Santiago of Oklahoma City, OK, Sandra Dawn Kirkland of Blountstown, FL, Mary Beth Harris of Mobil, AL; two stepdaughters, Luna Running Wolf of Yellow Springs, Ohio, Kristi Polkowski of Tampa, FL; three brothers, Thomas Lovejoy of Bowersville, Ohio, Clifford Lovejoy of Locust Grove, GA, Kenneth Lovejoy of Fairborn, Ohio; one sister, Sylvia Spahr of Jamestown, Ohio; 12 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday, December 6, 2008, at 2 p.m. (CST) at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Kynesville, FL. Interment will follow in the Bethlehem Cemetery in Kynesville.
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on Dec. 4, 2008 
Lovejoy, Dorothy Ann (I44107)
Della, daughter of Elijah and Helen MOUNT, was born near Greenville, MI26 Aug 1867. Died at the home of her daughter 18 June 1935, age 67 years, 9 months, and 23 days.

She came to this community with her parents when four years old. Was joined in marriage with Marshall OBERLIN 6 Mar 1887. To them was born one daughter.

She has lived in this neighborhood all her life and was connected with many of the social and spiritual activities in the community, was converted and joined the WM church in 1893 and lived a consistent, helpful life.

Her husband preceded her to a better land nine years ago. She leaves to mourn their loss one daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred WOODRUFF, who lovingly cared for her in her last years; one grandson, Donald WOODRUFF; a niece whom she took into her home when but a small child and cared for until she married, Mrs. Roy CHAMBERLIN of Big Rapids; one sister, Mrs. William OBERLIN of Belding; one brother, Elijah MOUNT; many neices, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was a loving mother and a loyal friend and a kind neighbor and will be greatly missed by us all. 
Source (S953)
DIED at his home in Nelson, Wednesday, December 28, of pnuemonia,Milton J. DURFEY, aged 62.

Milton J. DURFEY was born 18 Sep 1830 in Oswego Co, NY. He was married to Sarah M. STORER 8 April 1849 and continued his residence at his native place until 8 Dec 1869, when he moved to Michigan and settled on the farm where he has since lived. He was the father of five children, only one son, Albert, surviving him. He leaves a wife, one son and eight grandchildren to mourn for him. He was highly respected by all his acquaintances and will be much missed from the neighborhood. Funeral at the Cong Church December 31, conducted by Rev. W.H. FRINT. Remains were interred in the DeCau Cemetery. 
Source (S947)
Died in Nelson, 22 June, Sarah M. DURFEY, aged 64y, 7m, 18d.Interment in DeCau Cemetery 24th. Born in MA, an early settler of Nelson. Mother of five children, one son, Bert, survives her. 
Source (S975)
Died in Nelson, 22 June, Sarah M. DURFEY, aged 64y, 7m, 18d.Interment in DeCau Cemetery 24th. Born in MA, an early settler of Nelson. Mother of five children, one son, Bert, survives her. 
Source (S976)
Donald E. Ouderkirk

February 22, 2003 Donald E. Ouderkirk, 77, of Redfield died Saturday at his home. Surviving are his wife Shirley, two sons, Donald & Jeffery, two daughters, LuAnn Davis, Leita Willson, three brothers, two sisters, Shirley Yerdon & Dawn Vincent. Funeral services will be held Feb. 26, 2003, at 10:30 AM at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Spring burial in Redfield Cemetery. No calling hours.
Published Syracuse Post Standard on Feb. 26, 2003 
Ouderkirk, Donald Ernest (I76767)

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