Thursday, February 28, 2013

THE RECORDING OF A CEMETERY

THE RECORDING OF A CEMETERY

BY THELMA GREENE REAGAN

Today we walked where others walked
On a lonely, windswept hill;
Today we talked where other cried
For Loved Ones whose lives are stilled.

Today our hearts were touched
By graves of tiny babies;
Snatched from the arms of loving kin,
In the heartbreak of the ages.

Today we saw where the grandparents lay
In the last sleep of their time;
Lying under the trees and clouds -
Their beds kissed by the sun and wind.

Today we wondered about an unmarked spot;
Who lies beneath this hollowed ground?
Was it a babe, child, young or old?
No indication could be found.

Today we saw where Mom and Dad lay.
We had been here once before
On a day we'd all like to forget,
But will remember forever more.

Today we recorded for kith and kin
The graves of ancestors past;
To be preserved for generations hence,
A record we hope will last.

Cherish it, my friend; preserve it, my friend,
For stones sometimes crumble to dust
And generations of folks yet to come
Will be grateful for your trust.


Borrowed from Melissa Stickles on FAG.
2/21/13

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Elliott, Francis R. wed to Alma L. Naylor 1941 Morris, NY

Elliott, Francis R. wed to Alma L. Naylor June 11, 1941 Morris, NY

Miss Alma Naylor Becomes Bride
Of Delmar Salesman

West Laurens---Miss Alma Louise Naylor, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Howard W. Naylor of Morris, became the bride of Francis Russell Elliott of Delmar, formerly of Morris, at Zion Episcopal church at Morris Tuesday at 4, the 27th wedding anniversary of the bride's parents. Ceremony was performed by Rev. L. Curtis Denny, rector of the church.
Church was attractively decorated with ferns, carnations,, callas, and lighted candles. During the ceremony “Lohengrin,” by Wagner, and Mendelssohn's “Wedding March” were played on the church organ by Miss Mabel Grafton.
The bride, given away by her father, was attended by Miss Dorothy McMullen of Geneva, a college roommate at Cornell. Best man was Edward A. Elliott of Morris, brother of the groom. Ushers were Maurice Bridges and Charles Fay of Morris; Robert Porter of New Berlin; and E. Jackson Taylor of Downingtown, Pa.
Miss Naylor was attractively attired in white silk jersey with train, and a fingertip veil and coronet cap. She wore white pearls and carried a bouquet of callas. Her maid of honor was dressed in a coral silk jersey and carried a bouquet of talisman coral roses tied with a two-tone coral satin ribbon.
Nearly 200 guests attended the reception following the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents, where refreshments were served by Frank Eckmeir of Gilbertsville. The couple received many gifts, including silver, china, glassware, table and bed linen, money, and electrical appliances.
Guests at the reception included: N. S. Russell and Mrs. Clair Wickham, Pasadena, Cal.' Mr. and Mrs. E. Jackson Taylor, Downingtown, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. George Mott, Delmar; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gomm, Saratoga Springs; Miss Kay Dunn, Trenton, N. J.; Mrs. W. White, Mr. and Mrs. Frank White, Potsdam; Mr. and Mrs. David Wilber and daughters, Misses Marcia and Edith Wilber, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webster, Ithaca; Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Johnson, Kinderhook; Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Johnson, Hudson; Mr. and Earl Watson, Dr. and Mrs. Miles Markam, Binghamton; Dr. F. I. Reed, Remsen; Dr. Earl Markham, Constableville; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hebbard, Montrose, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. LeGrande Naylor, South Norwalk, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Naylor and Miss Anna Naylor, Unadilla; Mrs. Frank S. Tower, Waterville; Mrs. Tomine Carsten, Walton.
Following the reception the couple left for Delmar, where they will be at home to their friends at their apartment at 389 Delaware.
Mrs. Elliott is a graduate of Morris high. She attended Skidmore college for two years and graduated from Cornell university. For the past two years she has associated with the H. W. Naylor Co. Mr. Elliott, a graduate of Morris high and of Cazenovia seminary, is promotion salesman for the International Salt Co.

Find A Grave Memorial for Alma Naylor Elliott 

Pashley, Isabel (Chase) 1881-1935 Edmeston Obituary

Pashley, Isabel (Chase) 1881-1935 Edmeston Obituary

MRS. LEON PASHLEY

Mrs. Leon Pashley passed away at Faxton Hospital Friday evening, December 13, as the result of injuries suffered in an automobile accident at Cassville earlier in the day.
Isabel Chase Pashley was born in the town of Plainfield, January 30, 1881, daughter of Frank and Amanda Chase. She was married to Leon Pashley November 16, 1904 and to them were born three daughters, Mrs. Henry Towsley of Munnsville, Mrs. Harry Payne of Edmeston, and Miss Gertrude Pashley who lived with her parents.
Most of her early life was spent in Burlington, at which place she was united with the Baptist church. About twelve years ago she with her family moved to Edmeston where they resided until her death.
Surviving relatives include the husband; two grandchildren Marjorie and Charles Towsley; one brother, Earl Chase of Garrattsville; two sisters, Elsie Chase and Mrs. William Bailey of Burlington; and a half sister, Mrs. Edward Jones of Burlington Flats.
The funeral was held from her late home Wednesday afternoon, December 18, at two o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. F. Weinhauer, former pastor of the Edmeston Baptist church, of which she was a member.
Burial was made in the Union cemetery at Edmeston.


MRS. LEON PASHLEY
KILLED BY TRUCK

Mrs. Leon Pashley of Edmeston, died Friday evening in Faxton Hospital, Utica, about four hours after she and Mr. Pashley were injured as their car and a truck collided near Cassville. The accident occurred about 4:20 as the auto driven by Mr. Pashley pulled out to pass one truck and skidded into the path of another. It is said Mr. Pashley lost control of his car when he applied brakes to get back into line.
The truck, owned by the Beech-Nut Packing Company and driven by Ernest Reamond of Utica, smashed into the side of the Pashley car and pushed it into a field on the east side of the highway, not far from the upper end of the over head crossing.
Mrs. Pashley suffered multiple lacerations, a fractured right hip, a fractured pelvis and considerable shock. Mr. Pashley was less seriously injured and it is expected he will recover.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Perry, James H. 1956-1922 Morris Obituary

Perry, James H.  1956-1922  Morris Obituary


"James Perry, an esteemed resident of New Lisbon, died at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, November 28th. Although in poor health for a number of years he was confined to his bed only a short time. Death was from tuberculosis. The deceased was born September 30, 1856, in the town of Pittsfield, the only son of James and Louisa Perry. In 1880 he was united in marriage to Maggie Stanhouse. Nearly his whole life was spent in the Butternut Valley where he owned a large farm A few years ago he was obliged to give up farming and since has worked at market gardening. He is survived by his wife, and one daughter, Annie, and one sister, Mrs. Lenora Stanhouse, of Oneonta ... Interment in Hillington cemetery at Morris." ["The Otsego Farmer & Repubilcan" (Cooperstown, NY), Dec. 8, 1922]

Perry, Margaret B. (Stanhouse) 1854-1940s Morris Obituary

Perry, Margaret B. (Stanhouse) 1854-1940s Morris Obituary

Mrs. Margaret Perry
Dies at Home Near Morris

Morris --- Margaret B. Perry passed away at her home on the Morris-Garrattsville highway Sunday evening. Funeral services will be held from the home Wednesday at 2, with burial at Morris. Friends are asked not to send flowers.
Mrs. Perry was born in the town of Burlington July 4, 1854, the daughter of George and Eleanor (Rea) Stanhouse, both of whom were born in England. She
was the widow of the late James H. Perry.

On their tombstone is listed one daughter, Elinor L. born Mar. 20, 1886 and died Dec.
21, 1906.  

Find A Grave Memorial for James Perry with a gravestone photo for James, Margaret, and Elinor

Ruhoff, John R. engaged to Elsie M. Bridges About 1946

Ruhoff, John R. engaged to Elsie M. Bridges About 1946

Miss Elsie Mary Bridges
Engaged to J. R. Ruhoff

Mrs. Merritt Lyman Bridges of Morris has announced the engagement of her daughter, Elsie Mary, to John Richard Ruhoff of Wausau, Wis.
Miss Bridges is a daughter of the late Merritt L. Bridges, well known central New York lawyer and former district attorney of Otsego county. She is a graduate of Wellesley college and is now engaged in research at the Johns Hopkins Medical school, Baltimore, Md.
Mr. Ruhoff graduated from the University of Wisconsin, and later received his Ph. D. degree from Johns Hopkins university. At present he is doing research at Harvard university.
Miss Bridges' picture, together with a mention of the engagement appeared on the society page of yesterday's edition of the New York Times.


Merritt L. Bridges writeup posted Nov. 29, 2012 

Monday, February 18, 2013

Schworm, Stellla 1895-1942 Edmeston Obituary

Schworm, Stella 1895-1942 Edmeston Obituary

The article below listed her name as Minnie.  This seems to be in error.  They may
have mistakenly used her mother's name.  Several census reports and her gravestone
at the Edmeston Union Cemetery lists her name as Stella Schworm.

Woman Drowns In Creek
Near Edmeston Home

Edmeston---Falling from the end of a boat while feeding ducks, Mrs. Minnie Schworm, 47, wife of Harry J. Schworm, Edmeston merchant, was drowned in flood swollen Mill Creek early yesterday afternoon.
Body was removed to the Houk funeral home, where services will be held Saturday afternoon at 3. Rev. Winfield Kelly will officiate, and interment will be in the Edmeston Union cemetery.
Mrs. Schworm and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert Schworm, left their homes shortly after 2 to feed their ducks in the nearby stream. The ducks were in a section formerly used as a swimming hole and it depth had been increased by a heavy rain Wednesday night.
Neighbors were advised that two boats were tied to trees, and that Mrs. Schworm entered one of them to throw feed to the ducks. The swift current apparently rocked the boat, pitching her into the water. Failing in an effort to rescue her mother-in-law, Mrs. Robert Schworm shouted for help, but several minutes elapsed before her cries were heard by a neighbor, Mrs. William Card.
Mrs. Card is reported to have seen the woman in the water. She rushed to the bank of the stream and threw a board into the water, but the victim was unable to grasp it and soon disappeared from sight of the two women. Mrs. Card then called for aid, and several volunteers arrived within a few minutes to aid in searching for the body.
Almost two hours later the body was found about a half mile from the scene of the drowning. The woman's dress had caught on a limb on the opposite side of the stream and it requ8ired several minutes for volunteers to reach the body. Artificial respiration was applied by several men, and an inhaltor was used,m but after two hours of first aid work the victim was pronounced dead by Dr. E. C. Granger, Edmeston physician and county coroner.
Her son, Donald, was one of three men drowned when their canoe capsized in Big Moose Lake Nov. 12, 1940.
She was born Aug. 17, 1895, in New Berlin, a daughter of Frank and Minnie (Wheeler) Beatty, and her marriage to Mr. Schworm occurred Oct. 14, 1914. Mrs. Schworm attended the Methodist church, and was a past matron of the Edmeston OES.
Surviving are her husband and three sons, Robert, Earl, and Leon, all of Edmeston; and a sister, Mrs. Earl Becker of Newark Valley.

Find A Grave Memorial for Stella Schworm 

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Shields, Lawrence V. wed to Grace L. DeForest 1935 Unadilla

Shields, Lawrence V. wed to Grace L. DeForest 1935 Unadilla

Miss DeForest of Unadilla Married

Pretty Ceremony Solemnized at
Unadilla Friends' Church

Unadilla, June 27---Miss Grace Leila DeForest, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Galen A. DeForest, and Lawrence V. Shields were married Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Unadilla Friends' church. Rev. H. M. Vore performed the ceremony in the presence of near relatives and friends.
Preceding the ceremony Roscoe Wright sang, “I Love You Truly.” The bridal party entered the church to the strains of Wagner's wedding march, played by Miss Dorothy Hendricks, sister of the groom. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Addison DeForest, the former an uncle of the bride.
The bride was charmingly attired in a gown of white dotted swiss with white accessories and carried a bouquet of pink roses and baby's breath. Her matron of honor wore peach silk organdy, with white accessories, and carried sweet-peas.
Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, after which Mr. and Mrs. Shields left for a wedding trip through the New England states. The bride's traveling outfit was a blue swagger suit with blue slippers and hat to match.
Mrs. Shields is a graduate of the Unadilla High school and of the Perry Business school. For the past three years she has been engaged in transporting children to the Unadilla Central school. Mr. Shields is a graduate of the Unadilla High school and Unadilla Teachers' Training class and the Oneonta Normal. For the ensuing year he will teach at the Unadilla Central school.
After September they will be at home to their many friends in the house of Martin Brook street recently purchased by the bride's father.
Both are highly respected young people of this community and will have the good wishes of a wide circle of friends. They received many beautiful and useful gifts, which included money, a kitchen cabinet, a mahogany desk, table linen and bedding.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Slack, Rose 1869-1935 Cooperstown Obituary

Slack, Rose 1869-1935 Cooperstown Obituary

Lifelong Cooperstown
Resident Passes Away

Cooperstown, Jan. 21---Miss Rose Slack, 65, practically a life-time and highly respected resident of this village, died this morning at 3:25 o'clock in the Hollis home at 21 Walnut street, where she had been cared for since last May. Death resulted from a paralytic shock, which she suffered December 27. She had been an invalid for five years, following a fall on Main street in which she sustained a fractured hip.
The body was removed to the Griffith Funeral home on Pioneer street, where friends may call until the funeral Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock in the Church of Our Lady of the Lake, of which she was a devout communicant. The requiem high mass will be conducted by Rev. Fr. Vincent P. Archambault, pastor of the local parish, Rev. Fr. Francis X. King of this village, and Rev. Fr. William D. Noonan of Oneonta. Interment will be in the family plot in the old St. Mary's cemetery here.
Miss Slack was a native of Clarksville, and was born April 12, 1869, the daughter of the late James and Katherine (McManus) Slack. She came here in infancy. Until injured she was employed for several years in the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Clark and previous to that as a waitress at the old Hoffman house and the present Fenimore hotel.
Surviving are a half-sister, Mrs. Kathryn Slack of Binghamton, and a half-brother, Frank Reilly, of Milford. There also remain several first cousins, including School Superintendent John B. McManus, Phillips McManus and the Misses Mary, Margaret and Cecelia McManus, all of this village.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Talbot, Stuart D. 1881-1937 Edmeston Obituary

Talbot, Stuart D. 1881-1937 Edmeston Obituary

DEATH COMES TO
S. D. TALBOT
OF EDMESTON

Septic Poisoning Claims Music Patron
and Business Man

Edmeston---This community lost one of its most prominent citizens this morning, Jan. 5, 1937, with the death in Faxton Hospital, Utica, of Stuart D. Talbot, 54, business man and talented musician.
Death was attributed to septic poisoning with which he was stricken on Christmas Day while visiting a daughter in Binghamton.
A native and lifelong resident of this village Mr. Talbot was born Dec. 16, 1882, son of DeForest and Hattie Chase Talbot. He was a member of one of the first classes to be graduated from Edmeston High School.
Long a lover of music Mr. Talbot later attended Ithaca Conservatory of Music where he specialized in massed choir and chorus work.
He attended the local Baptist Church and was one of its most active members, serving as choirmaster for the past 10 years. He was also instrumental in the formation of several musical organizations and was the founder of a singing school here.
For the past 37 years he had been associated with the firm of D. F. Talbot and Sons, in the conduct of several feed stores in Edmeston. The firm also dealt extensively in the sale of cattle and is known throughout Central and Northern New York, particularly in the farming areas.
About 30 years ago Mr. Talbot married Clare Weilage of New York who survives with three daughters, Mrs. Harold Thayer, Binghamton; Miss Hilda Talbot, teacher at Berne, N. Y., and Miss Margaret Talbot, teacher at Naples, N. Y.; one son, William, Edmeston, and three grandchildren.

Respected Resident of Edmeston Passes

Stuart D. Talbot Dies in Utca Hospital Following Septic Poisoning
Funeral to Be Held in Edmeston Today

Edmeston, Jan. 7---Stuart D. Talbot, one of the most respected citizens of this village, died Tuesday morning in the Faxton hospital in Utica. Death was due to a septic poisoning following an operation a week ago. Until that time, he had been
in good health.
Funeral services will be held in the Second Baptist church here tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in the family plot in Union cemetery.
Mr. Talbot was born in this village December 16, 1881, the oldest son of DeForest Talbot and Hattie (Chase) Talbot. At the age of 17 he was awarded a scholarship at the Ithaca Conservatory of Music. Business at home at which he wa needed prevented him from completing the course.
In October 1904, he married Miss Clare Wielage of New York city and during their married life they had resided in Edmeston. Mr. Talbot had conducted a successful flour and feed business here.
Mr. Talbot had a wide circle of activities. He was of a mechanical turn of mind which proved an asset in his business. From a child he was musically inclined which helped make him a leader in social circles. For over a quarter of a century, he had been a choir director in his church, and his musical ability was always used freely to aid in the services. He was generous and ever ready to share in financing worthwhile enterprises in the community.
He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Harold Thayer of Binghamton, formerly of Oneonta, Miss Hilda Talbot of Berne, and Miss Margaret Talbot of Naples; one son, William Talbot of this village; three grandchildren, Nancy, Talbot and Vaughn Thayer of Binghamton; his father, D. F. Talbot and two brothers, Howard C. Talbot and Harvey W. Talbot. Numerous other relatives also survive. His mother passed away last May.

Tyson, Wayne L. engaged to Elizabeth Gregory, Unadilla Couple About 1935

Tyson, Wayne L. engaged to Elizabeth Gregory, Unadilla Couple About 1935


Announce Engagement of
Prominent Unadilla Couple

Miss Elizabeth Gregory to Become
Bride of Attorney Wayne L. Tyson

Unadilla, March 24---Mr. And Mrs. M. D. Gregory of Unadilla announced the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth, to Wayne L. Tyson, son of Mr.s. Tyson and the late Frank M. Tyson of Unadilla, at an informal buffet supper Saturday evening at the Gregory home.
Among the guests were Miss Mary Curtis of Bridgeport, Conn.; Miss Katherine Janzt of Albany, Miss Barbara Griswold of Hartford, Conn.; Miss Elizabeth Anne Blauvelt of Paterson, N. J.; the Misses Marian Shearer, Henrietta Getman, Elsie Beck of Oneonta, Edgar H. Bleckwell of Fairfield,Conn.; Albert Loomis of New York city, Theodore P. Fuery of Cooperstown, Albert Farone and Earle Edwards of Oneonta, Maurice Bridges of Morris, Mr. and Mrs. John Raner, Carbonadale, Pa.; and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brady of Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goldsmith of Oneonta, Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart, and Mrs. Frank M. Tyson of Unadilla.
Miss Gregory, a graduate of the National Cathedral school for girls in Washington, D. C., is a senior of Wells college, Aurora. Mr. Tyson attended Wesleyan college, where he was a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He is a graduate of the Brooklyn Law school of St. Lawrence university.

Elizabeth Gregory Honored at Washington Jr. College 1931 

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Ward, Walter wed to Grace A. Fuller, Morris Wedding

Ward, Walter wed to Grace A. Fuller, Morris Wedding

WARD—FULLER

Miss Grace A. Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Fuller of Burlington Flats was united in marriage with Walter Ward at the Methodist parsonage in Morris by the Rev. C. E. Vermilyea at 6 o'clock Thursday, July 27.

After a brief trip to the western part of the state they returned to their home Sunday. They will make their home on the Catherine Lowe farm below the village. The best wishes and congratulations of many friends go with them for a happy married life.


On the 1940 census, this couple was living in Edmeston, NY.  He was listed as 43 and Grace as 46 yrs. old.  Her father, 79, was part of the household as was a 5 yr.
old boarding welfare child. 

No date was listed on the wedding announcement in the scrapbook.  If I would guess, I might estimate in the 1930s.  

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Welch, Elmer 1862-1934 Edmeston Obituary

Welch, Elmer 1862-1934 Edmeston Obituary

ELMER WELCH

The community was greatly shocked Sunday morning to learn of the sudden death about five o'clock that morning of Elmer Welch at his home on South Street. Although he had been in failing health the past two years, he had seemed to be gaining for some months past and had been about the village streets the Friday prior to his death. He was taken ill Saturday and was being cared for by Miss Mabel Simmons. Death came from a sudden heart attack early Sunday morning as mentioned.
Elmer Welch was born in the town of Columbus, March 10th, 1862, the son of Charles Murray and Emily J. Simmons Welch. When a child he moved with his parents to Edmeston where he has since made his home, being one of the oldest business men of the community. He served the township as the first road superintendent under the Cass System and the first permanent roads in this village were built under his supervision. He also was in the lumber business and owned and managed a number of farms in this vicinity as well as village property. For a number of years he was a building contractor.
In 1886 he was united in marriage with Miss Ella Simmons who died in 1903. In 1907 he married Mrs. Sarah Lull Dennison who died about six years ago. He was a member of the Baptist Church of Edmeston and of the Farmers Lodge of Edmeston.
Surviving are four brothers, Hayes Welch of Edmeston, Bert, Leon and Blane Welch of Leonardsville and one sister, Mrs. Bert White of Edmeston, besides several nieces and nephews.
The funeral was held privately from his late home on Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. J. F. Weinhauer, former pastor of the Baptist Church officiating. Interment was made in Union Cemetery.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Wolfendale, Betty 1913-unknown, Morris NY Obituary

Wolfendale, Betty 1913-unknown, Morris NY Obituary

MRS. F. C. WOLFENDALE

Mrs. F. C. Wolfendale died at the family home in Morris Thursday night, May 17, following a long period of declining health. She had been practically bedridden for over a year and although everything possible was done for her comfort, she suffered intensely from the effects of pernicious anemia and death came as a blessed relief.
Betty Augusta Uszkurat, yougest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Uszkurat, was born in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania, May 12, 1886. Her father died before her third birthday and shortly after that the family returned to Matz, Germany, where the deceased received her education and remained until 18 years of age when she rejoined her family in Pittston, Pennsylvania.
On September 5, 1913, Miss Uszkurat was united in marriage to Fred C. Wolfendale of Pittston. To them were born two sons, William B. Wolfendale, now in the fifth field artillery, stationed at Madison Barracks, and Clifford E. Wolfendale, who is a student in the eighth grade in Morris Central school.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolfendale moved to Oneonta about 15 years ago, where the former obtained employment in the D. & H. shops but in 1926 came to Morris, where they have since resided on Water street.
Mrs. Wofendale was a woman deeply devoted to her family and although handicapped for years by ill health, she was intensely fond of flowers and spent much of her time working among them as long as her health permitted. She was considered an authority on flower culture; her gardens were noted for the profusion and variety of their blossoms which she delighted to share with her friends.
The immediate surviving relatives are the husband and two sons previously mentioned, and her aged mother; one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Mahar, and one brother Bernard Uszkurat, of Oneonta, to all of whom sincere sympathy is extended.
Funeral services, conducted by Rev. R. J. VanDeusen, pastor of the Oneonta Lutheran church, were held at Sloan's funeral parlors on West Main street Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment was in the family plot in the new part of Hillington cemetery.

Wolfendale, William B. wed to Margaret H. Olds, 1930s Morris Wedding

Wolfendale, William B. wed to Margaret H. Olds,  Morris Wedding, About 1935 

Marriages

Wolfendale—Olds

Miss Margaret Helen Olds and William Bernard Wolsendale of Morris were
married at the First Baptist parsonage here Saturday evening at 8 o'clock by Dr. Garth C. Koch. Witnesses were Mrs. Katherine D. Ray and Mrs. Koch.

The date I estimate for this marriage might be 1935 or in the mid 1930s somewhere going by another clipping of a death that occurred in 1935 pasted on the same scrapbook page. 

Also, the clipping spelled his name as Wolsendale throughout, but I suspect it is actually Wolfendale after finding an obituary for a Betty Wolfendale who had a son
William B. Wolfendale as well as a brother Bernard.    


Saturday, February 2, 2013

VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1934, TOWN OF EDMESTON, NY



VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1934
TOWN OF EDMESTON, NY

A sharp decline in the vital statistics for the year just ended is noted for the town of Edmeston as compared to 1933. Here are the comparative figures for the past five years: Births; 1934, 20; 1933, 24; 1932, 19; 1931, 19; 1930, 33.
Deaths; 1934, 22; 1933, 33; 1932, 25; 1931, 23; 1930, 26.
Also there was one less marriage license issued this year than last, the number for 1934 being 12.

Births as recorded at the Town Clerk's office for the Town of Edmeston for the year 1934 are.

Jan. 7---Barbara Jenine Chapin to Carl and Hilda Chapin.

Feb. 11---Russell Claire Bennett to Ward and Ethel Bennett.

March 17---Janet Alberta Nelson to Albert and Pauline Nelson.

March 18---Margaret Isabelle Fuller to Glenn and Mildred Fuller.

March 28---Eileen Rose O'Dell to William and Mabel O'Dell.

March 28---Richard Laurence Welch to Renwie and Jane Jones Welch.
April 10---Donald Mayland McKinney to William and Minnie McKinney.

April 12---Leon Raymond Shaw to Cora B. Shaw.

April 13---Robert Willard Gabbart to Leonard and Laura Gabbart.

June 13---Mona Katherine Fish to Milton and Geraldine Fish.

July 13---Baby Shaffer to Theodore and Alfreda Shaffer.

August 5---Joyce Ann Brown to Harry and Myrtle Brown.

August 9---Laurentine Lewis Angell to Laverne and Verne Angell.
August 13---Kennethy Daniel Davis to Gerald and Winifred Davis.

Sep. 16---Marilee Joan Hemmer to Valentine and Gertrude Hemmer.

Sep. 27---Elizabeth Jane Cadwell to Howard and Sally Cadwell.

Oct. 15---Eunice Josephine Slentz to Donad and Ruth Slentz.

Oct. 19---Earl Clair Andrews to Francis and Ruby Andrews.

Nov. 10---Leon Arthur Schworm to Harry and Stella Schworm.

Dec. 20---Joyce Arline Newell to Harold and Nolna Newell.


Deaths

Jan. 25---Frank H. Gates, age 67.
Mar. 6---Mina Belle Kennedy, 58.
Mar. 11---Joseph Pellick, 35.
Mar. 28-- Lester M. Burlison, 70.
May 2---Maria E. Crandall, 75.
May 7---Mary J. Colegrove, 84.
May 29---Ann Jones Delaney, 76.
July 13---Baby Shaffer.
Sep. 4---Joseph Yeckinevish, 54.
Sep. 4---Bethiah L. Mitchell, 59.
Sep. 20---John E. Williams, 71.
Oct. 14---Elmer E. Welch, 72.
Oct. 15---Addie C. Hickling, 72.
Oct. 25---William R. Kelsey, 48.
Oct. 26---Donald S. Smith, 6.
Oct. 29---Imogene Dupee, 76.
Nov. 11---Charles A. Convis, 56.
Nov. 13---Clayton P. Jacobs, 67.
Nov. 25---Rosetta O. Hume, 63.
Dec. 9---Hannah M. Chase, 98.
Dec. 30---David E. Perry, 78.
Dec. 31---Jeanette Light, 80.


Marriage licenses

Jan. 10---Glenn Milton Davis and Elizabeth Nadine Welch.

April 11---Howard Earl Best and Elizabeth Warren Lewis.

April 14---Herman Russel Strain and Marian Elizabeth Frazier.

May 5---Adolph Toczka and Jennie Poszko.

June 4---Raymond M. White and Myrthle E. Schmidt.

June 28---Robert Mitchell Wheeler and Doris E. Vunk.

July 26---Charles Lewis and Louisa White.
Sep. 2---Cary Roscoe Swayer and Martha Doris Convis.

Sep. 8---Willie Henry Sweet and Dorothy Ann Miller.

Sep. 16---Elmer Willis Tice and Eleanor Louise Larrabee.

Sep. 29---Donald A. Dye and Pauline E. Aiken.

Nov. 16---Douglas P. Harrington and Elizabeth Cady.


Dog and Hunting Licenses

During the year 213 dog licenses, totaling $489 in revenue were issued; 188 resident hunting, trapping and fishing licenses totaling $376 and 23 resident Deer licenses totaling $23 were issued.

Surnames and articles: April 2012 to January 2013

Surname list and articles for April 2012 through January 2013

To see the most updated surname list see the last post 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 donnamom3@yahoo.com

Articles:
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 Ancestry.com?
 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, NY, 1933 
Vital Statistics, Town of Edmeston, NY, 1934 


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, Elsie Mary engaged to John Richard Ruhoff  About 1946
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
DeForest, Grace wed to Lawrence V. Shields  1935
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, Grace A. wed to Walter Ward  1930s
Fuller, Lavern L. wed  to 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, Elizabeth engaged to Wayne L. Tyson  About 1935
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
Olds, Margaret H. wed to William F. Wolfendale  1930s
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 
Pashley, Isabel (Chase)  1881-1935
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
Ruhoff, John Richard engaged to Elsie Mary Bridges About 1946 
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
Schworm, Minnie  1895-1942
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 
Shields, Lawrence V. wed to Grace DeForest  1935
Shove, Lulie Pattengill 1880-1930s
Shultis, Myron Charles  Died ? 1930s 
Silliman, Clifford  1895-1959
Simonsen, Rev. Niels P.  1860-1931
Slack, Rose  1869-1935
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
Talbot, Stuart D. 1881-1937
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
Tyson, Wayne L. engaged to Elizabeth Gregory About 1935

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 
Ward, Walter wed to Grace A. Fuller 1930s
Washbon, Henry R. wed to Lucy Frances Johnson  1930
Washbon, Sarah (Cooke) 1853-1933
Webster, Helen wed to Frank H. Mele  1930
Welch, Elmer  1862-1934
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.
Wolfendale, Betty
Wolfendale, William F. wed to Margaret H. Olds 1930s
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