Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Hollis, Edwin wed to Alice Cornell Wilkes-Barre Wedding About 1934

Hollis, Edwin wed to Alice Cornell   Wilkes-Barre Wedding   About 1934


Miss Alice Cornell, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Cornell of 161 Parrish Street, and Edwin Hollis of Endicott, N. Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hollis of Wyalusing, were married at 11 o'clock this morning in the parsonage of the Parrish Street M . E. Church with the bride's father officiating. The ceremony was performed in front of the fireplace which was banked with dahlias. There were no
The bride wore eagle blue transparent velvet with real lace trimming and rhinestone buckle, with slippers to match and carried white roses.
A reception and breakfast for twenty guests followed at the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis later left on a motor trip. Her going away costume was a gray ensemble with accessories to match. The couple will reside in Endicott.
The bride attended school at Morris, N. Y., and studied music at Wyoming Seminary. She and her parents have resided in Wilkes-Barre since April, having come here from Wyalusing where her father was pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The bridegroom is a graduate of Wyalusing High School.
During the week the bride was entertained at a number of parties. The Sunday School Class of which she is a member tendered her a variety shower at the home of Miss Ruth Davey on McLean Street. She was also the guest of honor at a variety shower held at the home of Mrs. John Bakun of Iona Place. Last night the Young Woman's Missionary Society of the Parrish Street M. E. Church tendered her a shower at the home of Mrs. George Zurner on Brown Street.
Out-of-town guest in attendance at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hollis of 
Wyalusing, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hollis of Binghamton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cornell 
and daughter Elaine, Walter Cornell of Edmeston, New York, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Van 
DeMark, Mrs. Thomas McHenry of Endicott; Ruth Hollis of Berea, Ohio---Times
 Leader Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, September 16th.

Addendum:  There is no year listed for their marriage, but it may be around 1934.  I am estimating that year from another item on that page of the scrapbook.  

On the 1940 census,  I found this family living in Vestal, Broome County, NY.  His 
estimated date of birth was 1909 and his occupation was listed as a draftsman in a machine shop and she was a housewife.

Edwin M Hollis 31
Alice E Hollis 28
Robert E Hollis 4

Hutchinson, Rev. E. E. 1871-1933 Morris Obituary

Hutchinson, Rev. E. E. 1871-1933 Morris Obituary


It is with deep regret that we record the passing of the Rev. E. E. Hutchinson
the beloved rector of Zion church at Morris. Father Hutchinson was taken ill on Friday last and passed away in the early hours of Monday morning. Almost 15 years ago he became rector of Morris, coming there from the village of Brushton, New York. He was born in Wyoming, N. Y., in 1871, and married Miss Josephine Lewis of Troy, N. Y., in 1899. He was ordained Deacon in 1915, and advanced to the Priesthood in 1916. He is survived by his widow and a son and daughter.
His interest and love in the parish of Morris and surrounding villages has been a great work; a friend of all, a man of sterling character, one with a true sense of humour, a personality which one rarely meets, a faithful pastor and priest.
At the Garden Club, the School Board, the Library, to say nothing of the huge parish, his help was always freely given, and his place will be hard to fill. In the home and among his intimate friends, was where you saw the real christian in the trues sense of the word, a saintly man.
For many years Fr. Hutchinson has been one of the Lenten preachers at Saint Paul's church, Sidney. He helped to form the Garden Club, and only a very short time ago, addressed the Sidney Exchange Club.
The burial took place on Wednesday, preceded by the Order of burial of the Dead, in Zion church, Morris, at 2:00 p. m. The Right Reverend G. Ashton Oldham, D. D., Bishop of Albany, officiated. To the bereaved family we extend our sincere sympathy. A floral tribute was sent by the members of the Sidney Garden Club.

Find A Grave Memorial for Rev. E. E. Hutchinson 
Rev. Elmore Edward Hutchinson died March 8, 1933. His son was Marshall Hoyt Hutchinson. Marshall died in 1969 and is buried at Hillington along with his wife.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Oneonta Herald Death Notices 1853-1861

Death & Marriage Notices
Oneonta Herald
Starting March 16, 1853
Compiled and Contributed by
 Sandy Goodspeed 
 This evening, I've been going through a few years of these
Marriage and Death Notices.  I've only included a few of the MANY 
Death Notices here to emphasize how grateful I am to be living in the present. 

No matter how imperfect our modern medicine is, we can be so very 
thankful for the progress that has occurred since these years noted

To see so many young people die of consumption, scarlatina, typhoid
fever, diptheria, and other diseases is heart breaking.  I can't even fathom
losing 3 children to a disease like diptheria, one right after another, let 
alone seeing the torture they would go through. 
I'm not sure if putrid sore throat is also diptheria.  It might be. 
We can be so thankful that we live in the age that we do.  Donna 
 3/9/1859            DIED
     In Oneonta, on February 17th, Ira WALLACE, son of
  David and Polly Ann CEPERLEY, aged 9 years.
     On the 28th of February, of consumption, Emily, only
  daughter of Horace and Lydia SESSIONS, aged 20 years.
  Her hope in Christ was strong on death.
     In this village, on the 7th inst., of an illness of three days,
  with congestion of the brain, Frank Edgar, youngest son
  of S. S. NEWMAN, aged 4 years and 9 months.
  "Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them
  not; for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."
 5/18/1859           DIED
     In this village, on the 11th inst., of consumption, J. W.
  ROOT, aged 29 years.
     At Hartwick, October 27th, of typhoid fever, Miss Ursula
  M. GREEN, of New Lisbon, aged 19 years.
     At Hartwick, November 1st, of typhoid fever, Miss Adelaide
  ROBINSON, aged 17 years.
4/11/1860            DIED
     In this village, on the morning of the 10th of inst., Howard
  HUNTINGTON, oldest son of Solon Huntington, Esq., aged
  16 years.
     In this village, on the 2d inst., Cora L., youngest daughter
  of J. P. and H. C. HUDSON, aged 7 months and 6 days. 
5/2/1860              DIED
    In Burlington, on the 19th ult., John R. POTTER, son of
  Alfred and Eleanor Potter, aged 19 years.  Funeral services
  were held on the 21st at Christian Chappel in Hartwick.-
  sermon by Eld. Austin Damon.
5/23/1860            DIED
    In this village, on Friday the 11st inst., Huldy A.
  McCRANEY, aged 17 years, 2 months and 29 days.

     At Afton, June 13th, of putrid sore throat, Franklin Reuben,
  aged 5 years, 10 months and 3 days; June 15th, Franklin
  Rice, aged 5 years, 10 months and 5 days; June 23d,
  Hattie Maria, aged 3 years, 2 months and 12 days; June
  25th, William George, aged 9 years and 3 weeks-children
  of William G. and Mary H. SHIFFER.
     In Hartwick, July 1st, of Diptheria, Mrs. Amanda, wife of
  Delazon PIERCE, age 26 years.
     In Laurens, July 15, of Diptheria, Adaline SPAULDING,
  in the 13th year of her age.
     In Laurens, July 16th, of Diptheria, Mary SPAULDING,
  in the 24 year of her age. 

Marriage and Death Notices  1853-1978 

Monday, January 28, 2013

Jones, Mary (Rodney) 1846-1934 Garrattsville Obituary

Jones, Mary (Rodney) 1846-1934 Garrattsville Obituary

Mrs. Mary R. Jones, 88,
Dies at Garrattsville

New Lisbon, May 22---Mrs. Mary R. Jones, 88, widow of Michael C. Jones, died early this morning at the Home of Donald Bennington, near Garrattsville.
Mary H. Rodney was born in the town of Pittsfield April 11, 1846. Her parents were William and Isabel (McCoy) Rodney. Seventy-two years ago she married Mr. Jones. Nearly their entire married life was spent in the village of Garrattsville, where Mr. Jones died 15 years ago.
She was a member of the Presbyterian church. Her only near surviving relatives are a nephew, William H. Rodney of West Winfield, and a niece, Mrs. Lillian Rooney of South New Berlin.
The funeral will be held in the Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rev. Joseph Muglin, pastor of the church, will officiate.

The place of interment is unreadable.

On the 1880 Census,
Michael was 40
Mary was 34
William Radley, 6, was listed as a boarder, so I assume they took in
a child and were caring for him.

I was unable to locate them on any other census reports.

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Kent, William wed to Alice Louise Howard Sidney, NY

Kent, William wed to Alice Louise Howard Sidney, NY

Miss Alice Louise Howard,
William Kent Jr., Wed in
Sidney Methodist Church

Sidney---In a candlelight setting, the wedding of Alice Louise Howard and William Kent Jr. was solemnized Sunday afternoon at 3 in the Sidney Methodist church.
Rev. David Wolfe, Guilford, performed the double ring ceremony, assisted by Rev. Robert Kellerman, pastor.
The church was decorated with white hydranges and blue delphiniums.
Traditional wedding music was played by Miss Elizabeth Kent, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Earle Case sang “I Love You Truly” and “ O, Promise Me.”
Brother Gives Bride Away

The bride who was given in marriage by her brother, Donald Howard, Windham, appeared in white satin styled with sweet heart neckline, long sleeves pointed at the wrist, and formal train. The fitted bodice was trimmed with seed pearls.
Her fingertip veil was fastened to a coronet of white delphiniums, and she carried a shower bouquet of white gardenias and delphiniums tied with long streamers of white satin ribbon.
The bride's sister, Mrs. Kenneth Tompkins of Sidney, was martron of honor and she was attired in a gown of yellow marquisette and her shoulder length veil was attached to a crown of yellow carnations. Her bouquet comprised blue carnations and blue delphiniums.
Bernard Johnson of Sidney was best man and Bruce Smith of Sidney and Douglas Jenkins, Sidney Center, were ushers.
Mrs. Kent, mother of the bridegroom, wore a white and blue print dress and Mrs. Katherine Howard, mother of the bride of Windham, wore navy blue. Both wore white accessories and Mrs. Kent's corsage was pink roses and Mrs. Howard wore white carnations.
A reception followed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, 50 Camp St., where refreshments were served, featured by a three-tiered wedding cake.
On returning from a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 39 ½ Sherman Ave.
Mrs. Kent is a graduate of Windham High School.
The bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kent, Sidney, is a graduate of the local High school and attended Rider Business College, where he took a business course.
A technical sergeant, he served six and one-half months in ETO, engaged in 35 combat missions and received the Air medal with five oak clusters.
Mr. Kent was discharged in October, 1945, after two and one half years in the service. At present he is in charge of the basement floor in the Kent Brothers store in Sidney.

No date was on the clipping and I assume it was printed in the Sidney paper.  

Friday, January 25, 2013

Loudon, Julia (Hamilton) 1883-1952 West Oneonta Obituary

Loudon, Julia (Hamilton) 1883-1952 West Oneonta Obituary

West Oneonta Woman Dies

Mrs. Julia H. Loudon, 69, longtime West Oneonta resident, died yesterday in Fox Hospital after an illness of some three weeks.
Prayer services will be held Wednesday morning in the Bookhout Funeral Home, 257 Main St., followed by a 10 a. m. Requiem Mass to be celebrated in St. Mary's Roman Catholic church.
Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery, Poughkeepsie.
Mrs. Loudon was born Nov. 14, 1883 in Clinton Corners, Duchess County, daughter of Thomas and Anna (McMahon) Hamilton. She was married to Eugene Loudon in Binghamton on Sept. 20, 1930 and had lived in West Oneonta since.
She was a member of St. Mary's Church in Poughkeepsie.
Surviving besides her husband are a son, Ralph Loudon, now with the U. S. Naval Station in the Panama Canal Zone; a brother, John Hamilton, Cortland, and two grandchildren, Dennis and Susan Loudon, Eatonville, N. J.
Friends may call at the Bookhout Funeral Home, 357 Main St., until service time.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Miller, John 1883-1957 Gilbertsville Obituary

Miller, John 1883-1957 Gilbertsville Obituary

John Miller

GILBERSTVILLE --- John Miller, 74, a life long resident of the Town of Butternuts, died suddenly at his home in Gilbertsville.
Funeral services were held in the Moore Funeral Home, Gilbertsville, with the Rev. Arthur Clum, rector of Christ Episcopal Church officiating. Burial was in Brookside Cemetery, Gilbertsville. Bearers were John Frone, Ross Tobey, Ernest Emerson and Larry Erickson.
Mr. Miller was a son of Charles and Lucy (Davis) Miller. He was caretaker for many years of Brookside Cemetery.
His only survivors are a brother-in-law, William Woodland of Gilbertsville, and a cousin, Mrs. Mattie Church of South New Berlin.

Naylor, Nelson S. 1873-1948 Unadilla Obituary

Naylor, Nelson S. 1873-1948 Unadilla Obituary

Nelson S. Naylor, Unadilla, Dies

Unadilla—Nelson S. Naylor, 75, died early Wednesday morning at his home in this community.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Friday at the Federated Church. The Rev. Archie Benedict, former pastor, will officiate and burial will be in Hillington Cemetery, Morris.
Mr. Naylor was born in Laurens on Dec. 1, 1873, the son of George and Caroline (Eldred) Naylor. On Nov. 29, 1898, he married Mary Tillson at Morris. He had been a resident of Laurens until he moved here 15 years ago.
Surviving are his wife, a daughter, Miss Anna Naylor, Unadilla; a sister, Mrs. James Farrington, DeWitt, Iowa, and two nephews, Dr. Howard Naylor and John C. Naylor, both of Morris.

"The burial service for Nelson S. Naylor who died at his home in Unadilla, Wednesday was held Friday afternoon in Hillington cemetery in Morris. Among the surviving relatives are a niece, Mrs. Albert Gorman, Tucson, Ariz.; Dr. Howard Naylor and John C. Naylor, Morris." ["The Otsego Farmer & Republican" (Cooperstown, NY), Fri., Mar. 5, 1948, Page Six] 

Friday, January 18, 2013

Nearing, Henry F. 1910-1951 Mt. Vision Obituary

Nearing, Henry F. 1910-1951 Mt. Vision Obituary

Mount Vision Man Dies in Fox

Mount Vision—Henry F. Nearing of Mount Vision RD, died Sunday night at Fox Hospital, Oneonta, where he had been a patient for five days.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow at the Bible Baptist Church, with the Rev. G. Louis Jones, officiating. Burial will be in Brick Schoolhouse Cemetery, Garrattsville. Friends may call at the Patterson Funeral Home, Hartwick tonight.
He was born in the Town of New Lisbon on Feb. 13, 1910, son of George and Nellie (Bemiss) Nearing. He had always lived on the property where he was born.
On July 17, 1943, he married Miss Pauline Trowbridge of Mount Vision. He was a member and trustee of the Bible Baptist Church here.
Surviving are his wife; Mother of Oneonta; a brother, Ray of Milford; two nieces, Mrs. Donald Reed of Cooperstown and Miss Lois Nearing of Washington, D. C.; and a nephew, George Nearing of Milford.

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Nielsen, Henry W. 1904-1956 Oneonta Obituary

Nielsen, Henry W. 1904-1956 Oneonta Obituary

Henry W. Nielsen

Henry W. Nielsen, 51, of RD 2, Otego, for 33 years an employee of the Delaware and Hudson Railroad, died June 17 at Fox Hospital, where he had been a patient for two weeks.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p. m. Wednesday at the Bookhout Funeral Home with the Rev. Howard M. Walker, pastor of Atonement Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Oneonta Plains Cemetery.
Mr. Nielsen was born Nov. 30 1904, at Sykeston, N. D., son of John and Sofie (Sorensen) Nielsen.
He married Edna D. Yager in Oneonta, Aug. 3, 1924.
He had lived in Oneonta for 31 years before moving to Otego seven months ago.
He was a member of Atonement Lutheran Church and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.
Surviving besides his wife are three sons, Thomas Nielsen, 11 Tilton Ave., Donald Nielsen, Mount Vision, and Ralph Nielsen, Fort Eustis, Va.; His parents Mr. and Mrs. John Nilsen, St. Petersburg, Fla.; his grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Sorensen, Norway; two brothers, Oscar Nielsen, Clifton, N. J., and Roy Nielsen, Columbus, Ohio; four sisters, Mrs. Florence DeGraff, Hackensack, N. J., Mrs. Esther Bertone, North Bergen, N. J., Mrs. Agnes Hyarada, Clifton, N. J., and Mrs. Anna Kovalsik, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Friends may call at the funeral home at their convenience until service time.

Parker, Earl 1900-1960 New Lisbon Obituary

Parker, Earl 1900-1960 New Lisbon Obituary

Earl L. Parker

NEW LISBON – Earl L. Parker, 59, died January 21 at his home after an illness of two weeks.
Funeral services will be at 2 p. m., Sunday, January 24, at Houk-Johnston Funeral Home, Edmeston, the Rev. Wilfred Lyon, pastor of Garrattsville Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Edmeston Cemetery at a later date.
Mr. Parker was born May 27, 1900, in the town of Pittsfield, the son of David and Mary (Pudney) Parker. He attended school in Pittsfield and Mount Upton. He married Thena Teed, Oct. 15, 1929.
He was a member of the Butternut Valley Rod and Gun Club, the Farm Bureau and the Production Farm Credit. He was a member of the Methodist Church in Garrattsville.
He is survived by his wife; three sons, Roger E., Morris, Ronald E., New Lisbon and Dale, at home; a daughter, Barbara Prindle, Morris; a grandchild, David Earl Parker; one brother, Stanley Parker, Norwich; a sister, Mrs. Mildred Prindle, Ovid, and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Friends may call at the funeral home at their convenience.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Parker, Mary (Pudney) 1870-1959 New Lisbon Obituary

Parker, Mary (Pudney) 1870-1959 New Lisbon Obituary

Mrs. Mary Parker

NEW LISBON---Mrs. Mary Parker, 89. died Thursday morning, February 25, at Byams Nursing Home near Norwich.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Robert Fahy's Funeral Home in Norwich.
The Rev. Samuel Little of Endwell, former pastor of Morris Methodist church, of which she was a member, officiated.
Burial will be later in Union Cemetery at Edmeston.
Mary Louise Pudney was born in the Town of Pittsfield Feb. 23, 1870, daughter of Andrew and Emily (Matteson) Pudney. She was married to David Parker of New Lisbon Dec. 21, 1898. For several years they resided near Mount Upton on a large farm. Later they lived at New Lisbon where Mr. Parker died suddenly July 21, 1944.
After his death she moved to Morris where until failing health she went to Norwich to live.
Surviving are two sons, Earl Parker of New Lisbon and Stanley Parker,
Norwich; one daughter, Mrs. Mildred Prindle, of Ovid; eight grandchildren and several cousins.

Mrs. Parker's Rites at Norwich

Binghamton Press Bureau

Norwich --- Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Louise Pudney Parker, 90, were conducted today at the Fahy Funeral Home.
The Rev. Samuel Little, pastor of the Methodist Church of Endwell, officiated. Burial will be later at Edmeston.
Mrs. Parker who lived at 38 Park Street, died Thursday at the home of Marion Crawford, Town of Norwich.
Before coming to Norwich, Mrs. Parker had lived at Morris and on a farm near Mount Upton.
She is survived by two sons, Stanley D. Parker of Norwich and Earl L. Parker of New Lisbon; a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Prindle of Interlaken, several grandchildren and cousins.

Mary's sister Irene (Pudney) Parker 

Perry, Sophia A. 1873-1956 West Oneonta Obituary

Perry, Sophia A. 1873-1956 West Oneonta Obituary

Mrs. Sophia A. Perry

Mrs. Sophia A. Perry, 82, died June 1 at her home in West Oneonta after an illness of about three months.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p. m. Sunday in West Oneonta Baptist Church on the 63rd anniversary of her joining that church, in which she remained active until her recent illness.
The Rev. John Michael, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Cook Cemetery, West Oneonta.
Mrs. Perry was born July 17, 1873, in the Town of Laurens, a daughter of William and Frances (Smith) Day. She was married June 17, 1891, to Arthur Perry, and the couple had been making plans for the celebration of their 65th wedding anniversary this month.
She had lived for 18 years in her West Oneonta home, where friends may call at their convenience until noon Sunday, when her body will be moved to the church for the services.
She is survived by her husband; one sister, Mrs. Fred Tilley, who until her marriage had been brought up by Mr. and Mrs. Perry; a niece, Mrs. Roderick Dutcher, and a nephew, Lee Tilley, all of West Oneonta
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Bookhout funeral Home.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Rockwell, Della Mary (Fitch) 1865-1956 Mt. Vision Obituary

Rockwell, Della Mary (Fitch) 1865-1956 Mt. Vision Obituary

Mrs. Della Rockwell

MOUNT VISION---Mrs. Della Mary Rockwell, 90, died Wednesday at the home of her son, Lynn D. Rockwell, South Wellfleet, Mass.
Funeral services will be at 2 p. m. Saturday in the First Baptist church, Mount Vision, with the Rev. Loren Hawver, West Edmeston, officiating, assisted by the Rev. Charles S. Scott Jr., pastor of the Mount Vision church.. Burial will be in Lena Cemetery. Friends may call at the Tilley Funeral Home until service time.
Mrs. Rockwell was born Nov. 11, 1865 in New Lisbon, daughter of Edgar and Mary (Gillette) Fitch. She was a lifelong resident of this community. She was the oldest member of Lena Grange and for several years leader of the Lena Home Bureau.
Surviving besides her son in Massachusetts are another son, Percy B. Rockwell, Mount Vision; four grandchildren, Sheldon and Wilbur Rockwell, South Wellfleet; Richard Rockwell of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Robert Rockwell, Monroe, and nine great grandchildren.

According to Lena Cemetery Records online, her date of birth was 1866.  She was the wife of Sheldon Rockwell (1856-1917).  A son of theirs, Lester E. is buried
there.  He died on 4 Apr. 1891 at 8 mos and 19 days.

A Percy B. Rockwell 1898-1971 and his wife, Nonda M. 1899-1981 are also among the Rockwells buried at Lena.  

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Smith, Charles D. 1903-1960 Davenport Center Obituary

Smith, Charles D. 1903-1960 Davenport Center Obituary

Date of death: August 29, 1960

Charles D. Smith

DAVENPORT CENTER—Charles D. Smith, 56, proprietor of Square Deal Garage in Davenport Center, was fatally stricken with a heart attack while at work Monday morning. He died before arrival of Oneonta Emergency ambulance.
Funeral services will be held Wednesdayat 2 p. m. in Lewis Funeral Home in Oneonta, the Rev. William Heaps, pastor, Elm park Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Hillington Cemetery, Morris.
Mr. Smith was born Oct. 29, 1903, in the Town of Pittsfield, the son of William H. and Lucy Denison Smith. He married Berniece Brainerd, Jan. 25, 1924, in Oneonta. She died april 25, 1950. On Aug. 6, 1953, he married Edith (Craig) Sargent.
Mr. Smith had owned and operated the Square Deal Garage for the past 34 years. He was a former resident of Oneonta and Morris. He was a member of the Davenport Center Methodist Church.
He is survived by his wife; a sister, Mrs. Charles Hunt of Bloomville; eight grandchildren and six nieces and nephews.
Friends may call at Lewis Funeral Home at their convenience after 3 p.m. Tuesday.

Additional information from another article: He is survived by two stepsons, Robert Sargent, Delhi, and Clifford Sargent, Bloomville.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Stafford, Ralph S. 1917-1961 New Lisbon Obituary

Stafford, Ralph S. 1917-1961 New Lisbon Obituary

Ralph S. Stafford

NEW LISBON---Ralph S. Stafford, 44, died September 20 (1961) , at Fox Hospital after a 28 month illness.
Funeral services will be 10 a. m. Saturday at the Houk-Johnston Funeral Home, Edmeston.
The Rev. Wilfred Lyon, pastor of the Garrattsville Methodist church, will officiate.
Burial will be in Hillington cemetery, Morris.
He was born July 15, 1917, in Pittsfield, the son of Frank and Elsie (Stanhouse) Stafford.
He married Lois Ward, in Garrattsville, June 12, 1949.
He is a graduate of Morris Central School; he was a member of Local 1656 United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America; a member of the Tienuderrah Lodge, F&AM, of Morris; Hillington Chapter RAM; and the Garrattsville Methodist Church.
He was a veteran of World War Two, serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps.
He is survived by his wife; his mother; two brothers, Clarence, Ticonderoga; James, Norwich; one sister, Mrs. Clarence Belcher, Winter Park, Fla.; four uncles and two nieces.
Friends may call at the funeral home 7-9 p.m. Thursday and 2-4 and 7-9 Friday.
The Tienderrah Lodge will hold a service at 8:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

Wedding of Ralph and Lois (Ward) Stafford, June 1949 

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Thorn, Francis Hinman 1911-1940 Victim of Two-Car Accident

Thorn, Francis Hinman 1911-1940 Victim of Two-Car Accident

Francis Thorn, 29,
Victim of Crash

Area Resident, Critically Hurt in Two-Car Accident,
Succumbs in Hospital

Severely injured in an automobile accident, Francis Hinman Thorn, 29-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. David Thorn of Edson Corners, died at Noon (June 30, 1940) yesterday in the Bassett hospital at Cooperstown.
State police said cars driven by Thorn and James C. Cleveland, 20, of New London, N. H., collided Saturday afternoon at 4:30 on Route 20, about three miles east of Cherry Valley.
Corp. D. R. Keown of Richfield Springs said the crash occurred about 200 feet west of the four-strip piece of concrete on the Cherry Valley turnpike.
Thorn was traveling from his home to Cohoes, while Cleveland, said to have been visiting in Cooperstown, was proceeding west. Authorities said it was raining hard when the cars collided headon.
The vicinity youth was taken in an ambulance to the Bassett hospital, where blood transfusions were given by his brother, Kent Thorn, of Westford, and Kenneth Haight of Milford, He suffered a fractured skull, crushed knees, broken jaw bone and internal injuries. His right leg was broken in 13 places.
Corp. Keown said there was no criminal negligence.
Dr. Harrie V. Frink of Richfield Springs, Otsego county coroner, gave a verdict of accidental death.
Son of a prominent New York physician, Cleveland was taken to the Bassett hospital for treatment of a dislocated left hip and lacerations on the right hand. His condition last night was regarded as satisfactory.
Victim of the accident was born April 18, 1911, at Dutch Hill, town of Milford, and was held in high esteem in this vicinity. He attended Milford central school, and had been employed by O. A. Weatherly Co., Inc. He attended the Methodist church.
Surviving are his parents and brothers; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Martin of Milford and Miss Lela Thorn, a teacher at Port Washington, who is now on a Panama cruise, Miss Thorn was notified of her brother's death at Kingston, Jamaica.
Funeral services will be held at the family home at Edson Corners Wednesday afternoon at 2. Rev. William J. Brown, pastor of the Milford Methodist church, will officiate, and interment will be at Portlandville.

Tuller, Lucinda (Dickenson) 1874-1951 Hartwick Obituary

Tuller, Lucinda (Dickenson) Palmer 1874-1951 Hartwick Obituary

Hartwick Woman dies of Heart Attack
In Bassett Hospital

Hartwick---Mrs. Lucinda E. Tuller,76, of Hartwick died suddenly of a heart attack at 9:15 a. m. yesterday at Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, two hours after her admission.
Funeral services will be held at the Hartwick Congregational-Christian Church at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday, with the Rev. George Becker, pastor of Hartwick Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Hartwick Cemetery. Friends may call at the Patterson Funeral Home tonight.
Mrs. Tuller was born Aug. 12, 1874, in the Town of Otsego, daughter of Menzo and Eva (Irons) Dickenson. She was twice married. Her first husband was Edward Palmer of Hartwick, who died in 1894. She was married to William H. Tuller of Hartwick in 1896. Mr. Tuller died Oct. 19, 1950.
She was a member of the Congregational-Christian Church and its affiliated women's organizations. She had been a resident of Hartwick for the past seven years.
Before coming to Hartwick, she had been a resident of Mount Vision and Oneonta. Most of her married life was spent on a farm at South Hartwick.
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Lynn Washburn, Burlington Flats, a granddaughter, Mrs. Donald Wallace, 14 Myrtle Ave., Oneonta; a great-grandson,
Richard Wallace, Burlington Flats; a sister, Mrs. Emma Balcolm, Hartwick, and a brother, the Rev. Altert T. Dickenson, Nickleville, Pa.

Tuller, William H. 1870-1950 Hartwick Obituary

Tuller, William H. 1870-1950 Hartwick Obituary

Hartwick Man Dies at 80

Hartwick—Funeral services for William H. Tuller, 80, who died early yesterday morning at his home on West Main Street, will be held at 2:30 p. m. Saturday at the Congregational-Christian Church, the Rev. Wendell Cobb, pastor, officiating, assisted by the Rev. George Becker, D. D., pastor of the Methodist Church here. Burial will be in Hartwick Cemetery.
Mr. Tuller was born March 28, 1870, in Otego, son of Lyman and Susan (Pashley) Tuller. He married Mrs. Lucinda D. Palmer Feb. 18, 1896, at Hartwick. He had lived in Oneonta for ten years and had operated a poultry farm for many years at Mount Vision before coming here five years ago.
He was a member of the Congregational-Christian Church here for 60 years and had been a deacon and trustee at the time of his death.
Surviving besides his wife are a step-daughter, Mrs. Lynn Washburn of Burlington Flats; a granddaughter, Mrs. Donald Wallace of Oneonta; a great-grandson, Richard Wallace; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Austin of Burlington Flats, and Mrs. Mattie VanDeusen of Edmeston.
Friends may call at the Patterson Funeral Home here until Saturday noon.

Saturday, January 5, 2013



Deaths, Marriages, and Births

There was a decided increase in the number of deaths in the Town of Edmeston during the past year. The number of births also increased but were outnumbered in the proportion in the increase of deaths.

Deaths during 1933

Jan. 26, Jerome B. Parslow, 73 yrs., 2 mo., 1 da.

Jan. 28, Florence N. Colegrove, 68 yrs.

Feb. 11, Franklin W. Thayer, 52 years, 18 days.

Mar. 18, Gail Goffigan, 1 yr., 3 mo. 10 da.

Apr. 2, Daniel Harris Rood, 72 yrs., 5 mo.,,, 26 da.

Apr. 10, Clarence H. Chesebrough, 72 yrs., 8 mo., 14 da.

Apr. 18 Jennie Williams Davies, 66 yrs., 2 mo., 4 da.

Apr. 23 Wanda Helena Dye, 1 yr., 9 mo.

Apr. 24, Grace D. Talbot, 69 yrs., 7 mo., 7 da.

Apr. 25, William Henry Carpenter, 79 yrs., 1 mo., 21 da.

Apr. 26, Clinton Morell Stone, 87 yrs., 10 mo., 11 da.

May 17, Alice Lavina Head, 79 yrs., 8 mo., 21 da.

May 20 Ella T. Locke, 79 yrs., 8 mo., 21 da.

July 11, Ambler P. Underwood, 77 years, 9 months, 8 days

July 28, Lucy B. Boutwell, 79 years, 8 months, 7 days.

July 31, Ester Elizabeth Harry, 71 years, 4 months.

August 7, Devillo Boutwell, 71 years, 10 months, 1 day

August 29, Fred A. Bradley, 65 years, 2 months, 21 days.

September 10, Eunice Sitts, 80 years, 8 months, 5 days.

September 14, Mary Irene Beckwith, 64 years, 10 months, 4 days.

September 30, James Bernes Sitts, 83 years, 11 months, 5 days

October 15, George F. Clarke, 80 years, 1 month, 27 days

October 17, Harriett VanHuesen, 83 years, 3 months, 18 days.

October 23, Edgar Foster Pope, 67 years, 11 months, 15 days.

November 4, Ernest Irving Decker, 13 years, 7 days.

November7, Elmer T. Gates, 70 years, 3 months, 1 day.

November 20, Arhtur Wright, 72 years, 11 months, 22 days.

November 23, Clara A. Kennedy, 81 years, 6 months, 23 days.

December 2, Helen Maude Wright 68 years, 7 months, 18 days.

December 15, Josephine Bliss Meeker, 74 years, 11 months, 27 days.

December 25, George D. Maxson, 71 years, 10 months.

December 30, Elizabeth Colegrove Mitchell, 79 years, 8 months, 12 days.

Marriage licenses Issued

January 18, Manford D. Belden and Lois Sutton.

March 20, Paul VanHoesen and Edith Comstock.

April 10, William C. Jacobus and Susanne W. Jones.

May 7, Edgar A. Barton and Winfred Elva Bennington

May 16, Clement C. Carder to Mildred A. Brooks.

June 22, Frank Zorda and Mary Anna Berben.

August 12, Robert L. Stafford and Agnes Eliza Bell.

September 2, Arthur Elwood and Adelaide Hill.

September 11, Gerald A. Davis and Winifred M. Jennings.

October 20, John Richard Child and Elizabeth Walling.

November 18, Lewis E. Mumbulo and Pauline E. VanDuesen.

December 11, C. Harry Payne and Evelyn Pashley.

December 25, Walter S. Cornell and Grace L. Kaiser.

Births For 1933

January 7, LeRoy Leon Angell, son of Vavern L. Angell and Verna A. Rood

January 21, Elwin John Huntington, son of Elwin J. Huntington and Nellie B. Burdick.

January24, William Wayne Whitacre, son of Raplh C. Whitacre and Theral H. Spaulding.

February12, William Joseph Brennan, Jr., son of William Brennan and Katherine Gilmartin.

February 23, Glenn Floyd Fuller, son of Glenn F. Fuller and Mildred I. Green.

February 26, Nina Louise Jessie Gonio, daughter of Clayton F. Gonio and Amelia V. Ray.

March 18, Ellen Belle Kaiser, daughter of Wesley M. Kaiser and Lida Belle Curtis.

April 27, Charles Marvin Gardner, son of Maurice F. Gardner and Theressa Marie Burton.

April 28, Dawn Earleen White, Daughter of Earl C. White and Anna J. King.

May 5, Margie Ann Carickhoff, daughter of Earl H. Carickhoff and C. May Sweet.

May 14, Emerson Orlo Lamphere, son of Frank Lampher and Flossie Allen.

May 17, Wallace MacDondald Kellogg, son of Roy G. Kellogg and Lena M. Dockstader.

June 5, Roger Harry Decker, son of Irving A. Decker and Edna Mattison.

June 23, LeOra Marie Larrabee, daughter of Leslie Larrabee and Etta Crandall.

June 23, LeNora Mae Larrabee, daughter of Leslie Larrabee and Etta Crandall.

July 23, Doris Irene Davis, daughter of Ira Alfred Davis and Melba Bice.

July 28, Dorothy May DeRose, daughter of August DeRose and Stella M. Radell.

August 23, Alfreda May Shaffer, daughter of Theodore G. Shaffer and Alfreda M. Oakley.

August 28, William Lester Neale, Jr., son of William L. Neale and Mary M. Greene.

October 19, Barbara Rose Monson, daughter of Alfred E. Monson and Rose Mertz.

October 27, Robert Jay Keach, son of Jay Keach and Lucy Sanders.

November 22, Stuart Howard Jones, son of Franklin H. Jones and D. Justin Main.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Surname List and Articles for the Butternut Valley

Surname list and articles for April through December 2012

To see the most updated surname list see the last item in the current month.

Includes: Births, Marriages, Anniversaries, Deaths, and Stories of interest.
If you don't find your name of interest already posted, it will be posted shortly.

This list is still being edited nearly daily as I line up or type items to be added.  
If you are looking for someone special let me know and I will keep an eye out for the 
names as I keep checking the scrapbooks and notebooks.  Also, if you would like info
on any listed below before I get them on, please feel free to contact me and I will get 
it to you.  My email is

1911 New Lisbon Farm Telephone Co. Directory
  Boice-Gale Wedding Photos 1948
 Delaware County Birthday Book--late 1800s, early 1900s
Fire Razes Cheese Factory in Sidney 1932 
Hartwick Fire Destroys Filling Station, Grocery, Home 1931 
 Have You Ever Thought of Joining
 In Memory of My Dad, Arthur J. Boice
Letter from Prisoner of Los Banos Japanese Interment Camp--1945
Morris Central School Notes 1932, Twenty three earned certificates
The Myers Mill Dam on  Butternut Creek
New Road Project between Morris and Oneonta 1935
 One 'Wright' Name Leads to Many Others
Oneonta Herald Death Notices 1853-1878 
Rev. F. G. Leonard of Universalist Church Recognized 
Rev. Wm. J. Quincy Honored, Former Morris Minisiter, 1932 
Seven Generation of My Boice--Reed--Stone--King--King-Barra Family 
Stage Mail Route Change 1930 
 Vital Statistics, Town of Edmeston, 1933

Adams, Iva 1864-1932
Allen, William B.  1852-1935
Andrews, Francis wed to Ruby Best 1930 
Armstrong, Nelberta wed to James Stafford 1956
Augur, Grace Talbut 1883-1972
Augur, George Milton wed to Grace Talbut 1916
Babcock, Jennie wed Daniel Bennington 1935
Badger, Ada E. 1889-
Badger, Addie E. Burlingame 1886-1944 See May 2012 
Badger, Ida Bell Herrick photo
Badger, Raymond Honored for WWI service
Badger, Sprague photo
Bailey, Josephine wed to George Holden  1932 
Baker, Julia Brimmer Died 1932 May
Baker, Howard LeRoy 1879-1948
Balcom, Edson N. 1859-1932
Ball, Grace E. wed to Ceylon A. Toombs  1929
Ballard, Melinda  1847-1932 
Bard, Anna  1884-1931
Bard, Charlotte wed Carlton Roberts 1933
Barton, Amelia Foote 1845-1932
Barton, Clarence 1909-1932
Bedell, George W. 1856-1935
Beers, Philo F. 1820-1891
Beken, Donald wed to Louise Smith  1937
Benedict, Wanda  1975 Organist for 60 Years
Benjamin, Lizzie  1849-1932
Bennett, Henry L. 1904-1970  May
Bennett, Pearl 1878-1970 May
Bennington, Charles  1846-1931
Bennington, Daniel wed Jennie Babcock 1935
Bennington, Hobart E.  1884-1934
Bennington, Miss Mary 1863-1934
Best, Ruby wed to Francis Andres
Bingham, Charles  1849-1932
Bishop, Charles H. 1854-1931
Bissell, Mary Phillips 1833-1902
Bissell, Ora N. Telfer 1875-1967
Bloomfield, Allen J. 1883-1932 
Bodine, Helen Shaw wed to Edward F. Gale  1927
Boice, Abram H.  1912-1972
Boice, A. J.  (Alford) 1880-1963
Boice, Arthur Jackson 1913-1996
Boice, Clara Louise Rasher 1885-1952
Boice, Frank C. 1889-1953
Boice, Hiram S. wed to Grace Irene Chamberlain 1947
Boice, Jacob
Boice, Josiah (Son of Jacob) Died 1889
Boice, Leona Elizabeth Brooks 1884-1955
Boice, Mary E. Herrick 1855-1928 See May
Boice, Mary I. wed to Edward F. Gale  1948
 Boice-Gale Wedding Photos 1948
Boice, Rosa Lee Harden Died 1948 See May
Boice, Wilford wed to Julia Loomis
Boice, Wilford J. 1910-1999
Boice, William Frank "Bill" 1944-2009
Boice, Zeland Peter 1915-1974  See May
Boice, Zeland Samuel "Zeker" 1945-2010
Boyle, Elizabeth wed Dr. Arthur B. Rogers 1935
Breslin, Lillian Mae wed to Leonard Smith 
Bridges, Merritt L.  1868-1929
Briggs, Elizabeth wed Lavern L. Fuller 1931
Briggs, Frank J. 1873-1936
Briggs, Lewis C. 1846-1928 See May
Brimmer, Allen Gardner 1884-1932 May
Brooks, Carrie Makley 1880-1959
Brooks, Emma Peet 1856-1929
Brooks, Fay F. 1906-1970
Brooks, Huldah M. Brewer 1893-1973
Brooks, Leona Foote 1859-1923
Brooks, Renee Iola Jackson 1860-1904
Brooks, William Riley 1806-1888
Brown, Harriet Geraldene wed to William Sargent 1930s
Brown, Stanley wed to Enna J. Herring  1931
Bundy, C. Lynn wed to Sadie Woolley 1903 May
Bundy, Louisa  1838-1923
Bunn, Harriet Hickling 1904-1960
Bunn, Vernon P.  1929-2012
Burch, Ida T. 1855-1932
Burdick, Anna  1879-1930
Burdick, Earl  Died 1948
Burdick, Earl wed to Ella Patrick 1910
Burdick, Ella Agnes (Patrick)  1872-1931
Burdick, Balius  1841-1917
Burdick, Gertrude wed to William Hickling  1900
Burdick, Joanna  1843-1921

Camp, Edna E. 1879-1935
Camp, Seymour G. 1863-1935
Campbell, Lillis (Young) 1910-1930
Canfield, Clyde E. 1874-1932 
Card, Alice L. (Eldred)  1911-2004
Card, Alta 1872-1932
Card, Charles Born 1865
Card, Edna Saunders Card 1899 See May 2012
Card, Frank  1865-1932
Card, Jennie M. (Seeber), Tilley,  1858-1931 
Card, Ray wed to Mrs. Edna Miller 1932 
Card, Stewart wed to Alice Louise Eldred  1932
Carleton, Andrew Ziba  1869-1950
Carleton, Ethel (Thurston)  1879-1960 (Wife of A. Z. Carleton) 
Carpenter, Charles H. wed to Myraette Wood  1930s 
Carr, Edwin P. 1845-1931
Carr, Eva C. Talbut 1881-1948
Carsten, Rev. A. J.  1890-1930
Chamberlain, Ada F. 76 Yrs.
Chamberlain, Grace I wed Hiram S. Boice 1947
Chamberlaine, John L. wed to Marie Telfer  1930
Chase, Hannah M. (Card) 1836-1935
Chase, Howard 1914-1957
Chase, John 1843-1931
Chase, Philip J. wed to Mildred Irene Miller  1931
Chandler, Kermit wed to Arlene A. Coffin ?1931
Churchill, Cornelius W. wed to Ethel R. Herrick 1940s 
Churchill, Frank Lull 1869-1931
Coffyn, George A  1873-1934
Coleman, Nancy wed to Lavern Pierce  1932 
Collier, Lewis E. 1889-1962
Colvin, Helen  1932 Retires from Morris School
Colvin, Leroy  1859-1932 
Cook, Claude S. engaged to Caroline Worsch ?1940s
Cook, Elsie L. Ball 1895-1975  
Cooke, Joseph C wed Laura I Putnam 1935
Corbin, F. Taintor 1885-1957
Cornell, Alice wed to Edwin Hollis  Abt. 1934 
Coy, Claude M. 1874-1932
Craig, Evalyn 1882-1931
Crandall, Irving 1853-1929
Curtis, Charlotte  Died 1932

Daniels, Alice Gregory 1849-1931
Davis, Mary  1848-1932
Davis, Ralph E. wed to Lulu P. Barton 1930
Decker, Ceylon wed to Beatrice Ellen Tripp  1932
Decker, Marilyn Elaine  Born 1935
Deforest, Beatrice 1904-1919  Murder victim
Delaware County Birthday Book--late 1800s, early 1900s 
Dibble, Robert C. wed to Katherine Mack 1958
Dickson, Agnes A.  1877-1930
Doig, Russell I. wed to Frances Allene Ritter 1932
Doolittle, Charles G.  1874-1935 
Douglas, Owen,  Mr. and Mrs.  50th Anniversary 1974
Dow, Arthur Clayton wed to Lucy Smith 1931 

Draper, Rosanna  1855-1932
Drexler, Grace S. 1898-1975  
Duroe, Francis wed to Christina Irena Cranston 1923
Duroe, Christina Cranston 1895-1984
Duroe, Elias Addison 1873-1923
Duroe, Jane Jackson 1817-1907
Duroe, Mary Ann Thurston 1847-1928
Duroe, Miss Jane 1894-1928
Duroe, T. Octavius 1870-1913
Duroe, Vernon E. 1959
Dyckman, Robert W. 1886-1935

Edgerton, Cook E.  1879-1968
Edmonds, Emma Pee  1858-1935
Edmunds, Edith Halbert 1859-1933
Edson, Mrs. Harry  1877-1931
Eldred, Mrs. A. Burton 1879-1937
Eldred, Alice Louise wed to Stewart Card  1932
Eldred, Archie and Mabel Rouse 64th Anniversary
Eldred, Kenneth  1931  Graduated from Lehigh University
Eldred, Walter wed to Dorothy Loucks  1930
Elliott, George  1873-1932
Elliott, Jennie Elizabeth 1868-1932
Elliott, Lydia Bemiss  1864-1931 
Elliott, Maxine wed to Robert Kramer  1940s
Elliott, Thomas  1867-1932 (Brother to George)
Ellis, Richmond wed to Gurda (Guida) Fuller  1930
Estes, Miss Ella 1854-1932
Estes, Phoebe  1870-1957
Estes, Willis H.  1859-1931
Etienne, Peter A. wed to Elsie J. Harris  1932

Fay, Charles E. wed to Kathryn M. Lull 1935
Fenton,Virginia May 1928-1931
Fire Razes Cheese Factory in Sidney, NY 1932
Foree, Rosanna wed to Kenneth Griffen 1931
Fuller, Gurda (Guida) wed to Richmond Ellis 1930
Fuller, Dr. John D.  Makes First Solo Flight  1929
Fuller, Lavern L. wed Elizabeth Briggs 1931
Flaesch, Charles C. 1930 Named to U.S. Supreme Court
Fletcher, Florence Carleton 1903-1967
Freeman, Richard  1863-1931 

Gale, Clinton M. wed to Laura Ellen Gould 1932
Gale, Edward F. wed to Helen Shaw Bodine  1927
Gale, Edward F. wed to Mary Iola Boice 1948
Gale, Edward F. 1899-1977
Gale, Elbert M. 1914-1967
Gale, Mary Boice 1909-1997
Gardner, Harry  1892-1919 Murder-suicide case
Gardner, Isabelle wed to Clarence McIntosh  1941
Gardner, John Henry 1849-1939
Gardner, Lavelle 1862-1931
Gardner, Lillian Zeller 1857-1945
Gardner, Welden wed to Alice Ella Irene Southworth 1931
Garlock, Carl L. 1898-1989
Garlock, William S. 1870-1938
Gates, Frank H.  1866-1933
George, Leroy wed to Emily Smith 1929
George, A. Leroy 1904-1972
George, Harriet wed to Howard Robison  About 1935
George, Levi  1884-1943
George, Robert L.  1863-1948 
Getman, Della Stanton 1878-1932
Gifford, Vernon A. 1876-1946
Gilbert, Ida Collins  1886-1932
Gillette, Lee  1856-1932
Gillette, Robert  Died 1932
Gledhill, Emma C. 1840-1931
Gloeckler wed to Julia Hall  1940s 
Goodspeed, Harris 81 yrs. Old
Gorton, Charles  1852-1934
Gregory, Adda Ruth Hollister 1861-1915
Gregory, Clare  Died about 1931 (Son of Horatio Gregory)
Gregory, Clare O. Born 1870
Gregory, Clayton C. 1910-1985
Gregory, Clifford wed to Virginia Guild 
Gregory, Dorr M. 1868-1966
Gregory, Edna (Gregory) 1893-1962
Gregory, Elizabeth 1931 Honored At Washington Jr. College
Gregory, Emogene (Babcock)  1848-1932
Gregory, F. Grace  1881-1962 
Gregory, George Adrian  1859-1935
Gregory, Ida (Barton) 1873-1923
Gregory, Ivah L. Jackson Garlock 1874-1960
Gregory, Kenneth wed to Gloria Pedwick  1941
Gregory, L. Belle Coates 1872-1930
Gregory, Nellie T.  1856-1937
Gregory, Smith B. Died after 1952
Griffen, Kenneth wed to Rosanna Foree 1931
Guild, Virginia wed to Clifford Gregory

Hall, Annie M. 1879-1969
Hall, Dr. William Wallace  1862-1932 
Hall, Julia wed to Gloeckler  1940s
Hall, Myra M. wed to Harper D. Steele  1931
Hamilton, Katherine Mills 1881-1963 
Hammond, Leland D. 1881-1931
Hanford, Ida W. (Terwiliger)  1886-1929
Harby, Inez Boice 1869-1950
Harrington, Delos 1855-1931
Harrington, Firman 1850-1932
Harrington, Kenneth A. 1909-1967
Harrington, Mary Gillette Born 1885
Harrington, Wanda Alice 1908-1929
Harris, Donald Burton 1925-1935 See June
Harris, Elsie J. wed to Peter A. Etienne  1932
Harrison, Hettie wed to Fred Taber  1930
Hartwick Fire Destroys Filling Station, Grocery, Home  1931
Hay, John Francis 1887-1932 
Hemmer, Valentine wed Gertrude Welch  1931
Herrick, Walter 1859-1940
Herrick, Elizabeth Bennett
Herrick, Ethel wed Cornelius W. Churchill 1940s
Herrick, Hyland Age 16 yrs.
Herrick, Gertrude S. 1877-1958
Herrick, Mary E. 1894-1972
Herring, Enna J. wed to Stanley Brown  1931 
Hickling, Addie C.  1861-1934
Hickling, Charles Born 1852
Hickling, Claude 1896-1975
Hickling, Claudine wed to Lyle Parker  1935 
Hickling, Elizabeth Ann Jackson 1881-1940
Hickling, George Age 74
Hickling, Julia (Gregory)  1871-1940s
Hickling, Martha Hutchins Born 1864
Hickling, Mary Marie Bundy 1857-1942
Hickling, William C. 1875-1944
Hickling, William wed to Gertrude Burdick  1900
Hinman, Estelle Hewitt 1851-1932
Hinman, Ira 1851-1931
Holden, George wed to Josephine Bailey  1932
Holdredge, Elizabeth (Chisholm)  1841-1931
Holdredge, John W wed to Gertrude M. Walton  1940s
Holdredge, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel  50th Anniversary 1932 
Hollis, Edwin wed to Alice Cornell  Abt. 1934

Holdredge, William M.  1853-1931
Hoose, Mary D. 1850-1931
Hopkins, David  1846-1932
House, Benton C.  Died 1931
House, Jennie Harrington Lunn 1863-1929
Howard, Alice Louise wed to William Kent  ?1948
Howes, Vera (Boice)  1882-1969
Hull, Grace Rose 1859-1936
Hume, Lydia M. 1850-1932
Hunter, Nellie Hansen 1879-1962  

Isbell, Frank H.  1866 

Jackson, Adrian E. wed to Mildred Marie Sargent
Jackson, Arthur Earl 1880-1940
Jackson, Elizabeth wed to George Shields
Jackson, Daniel Claude, Jr. wed to Mary Evangeline Watts 1949
Jackson, Georgianna A. Mead 1889-1979
Jackson, Harriet E. Bunn 1892-1972
Jackson, Isabel ManWaring 1856-1930
Jackson, Paul Adrian wed to Marguerite Golden
Jackson, Paul Adrian 1893-1973
Jackson, Willis H. 1890-1966
Jones, Mary (Rodney)  1846-1934
Johnson, Leverne  1910-1945
Johnson, Lucy Frances wed to Henry R. Washbon 1930
Jorgensen, Eleanor Fitch Hickling 1875-1975 

Kaiser, Evelyn Johnson  1913-1935
Kane, Flossie M. wed to George A. Yerdon  About 1935
Kent, William wed to Alice Louise Howard  ?late 1940s
Kidder, George Thomas 1871-1929
Knapp, Albert  Arrest for Arson  1932
Knoch, Adrian  Died 1931
Knoch, Mary A. 1843-1928
Klindt, Viggo J. wed to Vera Thurston 1923
Klindt, Viggo J. 1877-1948
Knickerbocker, Lionel Born 1874  
Kramer, Robert wed to Maxine Elliott  1940s

Ladd, Frank 1856-1929
Lanning, Dr. Charles wed to Lillian Paddock About 1935
Lanning, Sylvia wed to Horton Clarence Mosher  1930
Latcher, Dr. Marshall
Lawrence, Charles H.  1850-1930
Lawrence, Lynn A. 1875-1935
Leonard, Mrs. F. G. 1853-1932
Leonard, Rev. F. G.  Recognized by Universalist Church  1930
Lewis, Nadine Alyce 1917-1931  
Light, Miss Jeannette C. 1853-1935
Loucks, Dorothy wed to Walter Eldred 1930 
Loomis, Lebbeus 1887-1976 
Loudon, Julia (Hamilton)  1883-1952
Lough, George B.  Hartwick Barn Fire 1932
Lull, Barbara  Died about 1948
Lull, Howard J., Sr. 1891-1971
Lull, Kathryn M. wed to Charles E. Fay  1935
Lull, Pamela  1837-1932

Mack, Catherine Louise Duroe 1833-1925
Mack, Dean 1888-1959
Mack, William Emory 1864-1926
Mansfield, Ella  1848-1932
Marcellus, Erwina Telfer 1904-1965
Matteson, Mary  1856-1931 
McClellan, Dr. John M.  1865-1931
McIntosh, Clarence wed to Isabelle Gardner  1941

McNitt, Carrie Jacobs 1867-1932
Mele, Frank wed to Helen Webster  1930
Mickle, Frances L. Palmer  1907-1999
Mickle, Hilton T. wed to Frances L. Palmer 1931 
Milbert, Minnie  Died 1932
Miller, Edna wed to Ray Card  1932
Miller, Edward P. and wife Martha Lewis--50th Anniversary 1930
Miller, Edward P. 1845-1926
Miller, Elbert S.  1888-1971
Miller, Elbert S. and Fannie Mae (Smith)  50th Anniversary
Miller, Fannie (Smith)  1889-1972 
Miller, Iona  1879-1930
Miller, John 1883-1957 
Miller, Mildred Irene wed to Phillip J. Chase 1931
Miller, Mrs. Clayton  Died 1931
Morehouse, Benjamin B. wed to Alta Wagner 1933
Morehouse, Miss Ella Augusta 1882-1974
Morehouse, Mrs. Ella Benjamin 1859
Morris Central School Notes  1932
Morris, Dr. Lewis R. visits President Hoover 
Mosher, Horton Clarence wed to Sylvia Lanning  1930 
Myers, Andrew S.  1861- ?1931
Myers, Adell (Harrington) 1862-1944
Myers, Julia Pope 1867-1929
Myers, Lee F.  1898-1948

Nash, Harry Powers  1860-1936 
Naylor, Ethel (Harrington)  1901-1957
Naylor, Mary Wilcox Born 1864
Naylor, Nelson 1873-1948
Nearing, Henry F. 1910-1951
Nearing, Martha J. (Mills) 1849-1934
Newton, Georger Daniel  1861-?1935
Nielsen, Henry W.  1904-1956
Niles, Catherine (Parker) 1858-1930s
Niles, Edward S. 1858-1932
Niles, Katherine June wed Harry B. Winner 1935
Norwich Fires Loss at $60,000 

Odell, Eva Talbot  1855-1930 
Ormsby, Nettie  1884-1936 (Wife of Raymond Ormsby)
Ormsby, Raymond  1869-1948
Owen, Gwen O. to wed Dewitt I. Taber  1931 
Owen, Hattie E. (Bundy)  1864-1932 

Paddock, Lillian wed to Dr. Charles Lanning  About 1935
Palmer, Frances L. wed to Hilton T. Mickle 1931
Pardee, Henry S. 1908-1975
Parker, Alva  1870-1936
Parker, Claudine wed to Vivan Tilyou  1941
Parker, Earl L.  1900-1960
Parker, Elijah  1881-1936
Parker, George Everett  1922-1932 
Parker, Irene (Pudney)  1875-1936
Parker, Jennie Harris 1874-1940
Parker, Lee  1901-1935
Parker, Lyle wed to Claudine Hickling  1935
Parker, Mabel E. wed to Curtis C. Ackerman 1930
Parker, Mary (Pudney)  1870-1959
Parker, Victor Jr.  1949-1953
Patrick, Alida (Gardner) Card  1844-1930
Patrick, Ella wed to Earl Burdick  1910
Peck, G. Clayton  1848-1932 
Pedwick, Gloria wed to Kenneth Gregory  1941 
Pegg, Rose M. (Carr)  1864-?1935
Perkins, Louis G. 1909-1975
Perry, Marcy  1908-1931
Perry, Sophia (Day) 1873-1956
Pierce, Clarence J.  1898-1931
Pierce, Harold F. 1896-1959
Pierce, Lavern wed to Nancy Coleman  1932
Place, Mrs. Leonard  1868-1932
Pope, Amanda E. Colegrove 1863-1930
Porter, Dora Mae (Chase)  1876-1936 
Porter, Floyd  1863-1931
Pudney, Andrew J.  1845-1932
Putnam, Laura I. wed Joseph C. Cooke 1935

Quaif, Lena May 1869-1931
Quaif, Marie Louise  1907-1931
Quincy, Rev. William J.  1932  Honored 

Rainey, Rupert Ward  1879-?1935
Reed, Arthur S. 1871-1923
Reid, Edson wed to Carolyn Rhodes  ?1934-35
Renwick, John 1859-1934
Renwick, Walter  Died 1931
Ripley, Mary  1866-1935 
Risley, George B. wed to Myrtle B. Mack 1931
Ritter, Frances Allene wed to Russell I. Doig 1932
Roarick, Martha A. (Lamphere)  1865-1940
Robbins, Harry B.  1904-1974
Roberts, Carlton wed Charlotte Bard 1933
Robinson, Hazel D. (Hubbard)  1893-1935
Robinson, Rosa 1861-1886
Robison, Howard wed to Harriet George  About 1935 
Rockwell, Della (Finch)  1865-1956
Rockwell, Frances A. Paine 1871-1968 
Rogers, Dr. Arthur B. wed to Elizabeth Boyle 1935
Roosevelt, Governor  F. D. visited Central NY  1930
Rose, Mary wed to Claude VanWarner  1932
Rudolph, Warren J.  1923-1957
Russ, Ernest wed to Carrie E. Hughes 1930

Sanderson, Gertrude C. Cruttenden 1879-1972
Sargent, Bertha (Everett)  1884-1961
Sargent, William (aka Marvin William Sargent)  1915-1959
Sargent, William wed to Harriet Geraldine Brown 1930s
Saunders, Charles 1862-1946
Schmuck, Rose Mary  1931 Struck by auto
Seybolt, Mr. and Mrs. Alva  1931  50th Anniversary
Shattuck, Lewis B. wed to Mary Smith  1931
Shaw, John L. 1867-1932
Shultis, Myron C. 1879-1935
Sheldon, Charles L.  1856-1932
Shepherd, Winfield and Fannie (Rooney) 1934  50th Anniversary
Sherman, Fayette wed to Mildred Stearns 1935
Sherwood, LeRoy wed to Jane Southern  1931
Shields, George wed to Elizabeth Jackson 
Shove, Lulie Pattengill 1880-1930s
Shultis, Myron Charles  Died ? 1930s 
Silliman, Clifford  1895-1959
Simonsen, Rev. Niels P.  1860-1931
Slater, Linn Wilson 1876-1954
Sloan, Edwin M. 1854-1931
Sloan, Flora Garlock 1879-1929
Sloan, Lucinda Wiltse 1859-1929
Sloan, Simeon  1849-1931
Smith, Albert L 1872-1960 
Smith, Anna Boice 1881-1956
Smith, Charles D.  1903-1960
Smith, Erle A. 1881-1950 
Smith, Garreth R. wed to Eunice Irene King 1929
Smith, Howard W. 1880-1954
Smith, Ida Mae (Light)  1878-1954
Smith, Justus  1854-1934
Smith, Leonard wed to Lillian Mae Breslin
Smith, Louise wed to Donald Beken  1937
Smith, Lucy Ann Denison  1879-1930
Smith, Lucy wed to Arthur Clayton Dow 1931
Smith, Mary wed to Lewis B. Shattuck  1931
Smith, Roscoe B. 1907-1935 
Smith, Ruth Wright 1909-1935
Southern, Jane wed to LeRoy Sherwood  1931
Southworth, Charles M. 1868-1931
Southworth, Della (Carr) 1867-1958 (Wife of William B Southworth)
Southworth, Mary  1864-1932 (Wife of Charles Southworth)
Southworth, Nettie 1886-1961 
Southworth, William B. 1863-1930
Spencer, Lura (Chamberlain) 
Sprague, Edna E. (Steere)   1892-1921 
Sprague, George W. Born 1869
Stafford, James wed to Nelberta Armstrong 1956
Stafford, Miss Nellie 1879-1960
Stafford, Ralph S.  1917-1961
Stafford, Ralph S. wed to Lois Ward 1949 
Stafford, Richard 1908-1975 
Stage Mail route Change from Morris to West Winfield 1930
Stanhouse, Perry (father of Ross)
Stanhouse, Rosslyn (Ross) See May
Starr, Henry A. 1839-? 
Stearns, Mildred wed to Fayette Sherman 1935
Strait, Anna (Grayson) Burtwell  1879-1941  
Strait, Bert  1875-1958 
Strait, Lelah (Fish)  1875-1934 wife of Bert
Steele, Harper Dewey 1881-1950
Steele, Harper D. wed to Myra M. Hall  1931
Stevens, Alphonse  1854-1931
Stickles, Laura L. Born 1870
Stickles, Lulu Strait 1904-1958
Stone, Sheffield  1856-1934
Strait, Kittie A. (Toombs)  About 1873-1930
Sutton, Harvey L. wed to Melvina Tamsett
Sweet, Dr. Ira Smith  1849-1932 (Bone-Setter)
Sweet, Martha A. (Brown)  1853-1932 (Wife of Dr. Ira Sweet)

Taber, Dewitt I. to wed Gwen O. Owen  1931
Taber, Fred wed to Hettie Harrison  1930
Talbot, Clare L. Wielage 1877-1957
Talbot, Julianna 1930-1931
Talbot, Robert F. 1881-1950
Talbut, Diana Margaret Castle 1892-1958
Talbut, Dorrence C. 1855-1933
Talbut, Dr. Blaine I. 1887-1954
Talbut, Mary E. Mack 1860-1955
Tamsett, Melvina wed to Harvey L. Sutton
Taylor, Mary (Estes) 1851-1932 (Sister to Ella Estes)
Teed, Rosella Albrecht 1877-1935
Telfer, Andrew 1842-1926
Telfer, Emma 1932 House fire-See May
Telfer, James G. 1882-1959
Telfer, John 1839-1931
Terry, James 1853-1922
Thayer, Harriett  1839-1931
Thompson, Charles E.  1874-1948
Thorn, Francis H.  1911-1940
Thurston, J. Ernst  1875-1953
Thurston, Lavinia (Nearing)  1873-1951 (wife of J. Ernst Thurston) 
Tiffany, Girl of 7 mos. 1931-1932
Tilley, Lucy E.  1894-1959
Tilley, Manda T 1842-1932

Tilley, Mildred (Mrs. Claude) 1901-1931 
Tilyou, Charles wed to Laura Tucker  1908
Tilyou, Frank  1860-1948
Tilyou, Harriet  1853-1948 (wife of Frank)
Tilyou, Vivan wed to Claudine Parker  1941 
Tobey, Ada May Lull 1873-1930
Tobey, Henry  1867-1931 
Toombs, Ceylon A. wed to Grace E. Ball  1929
Tripp, Beatrice Ellen wed to Ceylon Calvin Decker  1932
Tucker, Deliah  Poem: A Farm in the West  1855
Tucker, Laura wed to Charles Tilyou  1908 
Tuller, Lucinda (Dickenson) Palmer  1874-1951
Tuller, William H.  1870-1950 
Turnbull, Elizabeth J. 1875-1959 
Turnbull, William R. 1872-1959
Tuttle, Lina Gillett  1853-1932

Two Million Chinese Die of Famine 1930

VanBuren, Margaret (Cornell)  1905-1931  
Van Pelt, Bert wed to Rosie Pauline Hickling 1909
Van Pelt, Rosie Hickling 1869-1945
VanWarner, Claude wed to Mary Rose 1932
Vaughn, William F.  Died 1931 
Vermilya, Dr. Charles E.  1872-1950
Vermilya, Goldie (Fausey)  1871-1936 

Wade, Alford Andrew  1874-1957  
Wakeman, Henry Age 54 yrs
Wales, Gertrude  1904-1932
Wallace, Stella (Eldred) 1967-1961
Walton, Gertrude M. wed to John Holdridge  1940s
Ward, Henry B. 1858-1931
Ward, Lois wed to Ralph S. Stafford 1949
Washbon, Henry R. wed to Lucy Frances Johnson  1930
Washbon, Sarah (Cooke) 1853-1933
Webster, Helen wed to Frank H. Mele  1930
Welch, Gertrude wed Valentine Hemmer 1931
West, William C. 1868-1932
Wheeler, Harry L.  Eight Year Old Shot at Play 1931
Widger, William Henry 1850-1926 See May
Wilber, Floyd H. 1894-1973 See June
Wilcox, Annette (Sloan)  1858-1932
Winner, Harry B. wed Katherine June Niles 1935
Wilson, Robert Lester wed to Grace Elizabeth Brimmer
Wilson, Lester G 1889-1968 See May
Wilson, Margaret Bennington 1864-1934 Mother of Lester G.
Wilson, Myrtle Peck  1890-1975
Wilson, Otis Died 1932 
Wilson, Woodrow S
Wood, Myraette wed to Charles H. Carpenter  1930s
Woodard, Schuyler L.  1861-About 1935
Woodrow, Margaret McClenaghan 1872-1967
Worsch, Caroline engaged to Claude S. Cook 
Wright, Amelia Marlette 1842-1929
Wright, Amy Florence (Hollister)
Wright, Dr. Milton Funeral about 1931 
One 'Wright' Name Leads to Many Others 

Yager, Laura May (Thortz)  1890-1935 
Yerdon, George A. wed to Flossie M. Kane  About 1935