Friday, August 30, 2013

Black, Margaret A. (Anderson) 1910-2003 Formerly of New Lisbon NY

Margaret A. Black

SEBASTIAN, Fla. — Margaret A. Black, 92, of Sebastian, Fla., and formerly of New Lisbon, N.Y., died Monday, Feb. 3, 2003, in Vero Beach, Fla.
She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Oct. 24, 1910, the daughter of Oscar and Maria (Carlson) Anderson.
She married Robert G. Black Sr. on June 29, 1929, on Staten Island, N.Y. He died March 15, 1984.
She had shared her many skills and talents with many people as a 4-H Leader and in the Otsego County Home Bureau. She had been employed by the Morris Central School in the school cafeteria from 1970 until 1975.
She and her husband moved to Florida in 1975, and prior to that had lived in New Lisbon for over 31 years.
She was a past member of the Jewel Chapter of the Eastern Star and the Laurens Chapter of the Eastern Star and was a past matron. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Sebastian and had attended the United Methodist Church of Morris, N.Y.
She is survived by her children, Eleanor Gregory and her husband, Philip of Sebastian, Fla., and New Lisbon, N.Y., Robert G. Black Jr. and his wife, Jolene of Jonestown, Pa.; her grandchildren, Mark Gregory and wife, Debra of Herndon, Va., Terrill Gregory of Herkimer, N.Y., Andrea Gregory of North Pomfrit, Vt., Robert O. Black III and wife, Mary of Clinton, Iowa, Kathleen Dodd of Laurens, N.Y., Barbara Black of Tampa, Fla., Diane Black of Tucson, Ariz.; 10 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-granddaughter.
She was predeceased by a brother, Rudy Anderson.
Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris, and funeral services will be on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2003, at 3 p.m. at the funeral home, with the. Rev. Ann Blair officiating.
Burial will be in Mount Vision Cemetery, Mount Vision, N.Y., at a later date.
A memorial service will be held in the First Presbyterian Church of Sebastian at a later date.
Friends are asked to make donations to the VNA Hospice House of Indian River County, 1111 36th St., Vero Beach, FL, 32960 or the Catskill Area Hospice of Oneonta, N.Y., 13820 in her memory.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Feb. 7, 2003.

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Bridges, Kathleen L. (Enggaard Morley) 1921-2013 Morris NY Obituary

MORRIS-Kathleen L. (Enggaard Morley) Bridges 92 years old, of Morris, peacefully went to be with the Lord on Friday, August 9, 2013 at her home in Morris. Kay lived her life with abundant grace and dignity. As a result of her humble nature, most didn’t know of her generosity, helping countless family and friends. Born on March 18, 1921 in Viroqua, WI, Kay was the daughter of Carl and Johanne (Hansen) Enggaard. She was a graduate of Norwich High School. Kay bravely struck out on her own at age 18 and moved to Syracuse, NY to work at WAGE, one of the first radio stations in the country. She loved her job and met some interesting celebrities during the war. She married Sidney T. Morley, Jr. on June 30, 1945 in Syracuse, NY. They had two daughters and resided in Shaker Heights, OH. When Sid passed away in 1968, Kay moved back to Enggaard family farm with her brother, Paul Enggaard and her mother. While there she enjoyed actively volunteering at Chenango Memorial Hospital and socializing with their old friends. In November, 1972, Kay married Bud Bridges and moved to Morris where she remained until her death. She loved living in the same village as her twin sister, Peg Clement, and playing bridge with their many friends. She was a long time member of Zion Church and was involved in many organizations, including; Charter member of the Butternut Valley Art Center, Member and former president of the Butternut Valley Garden Club, founding Board Member of the Morris Health Clinic, and founding Board Member of the Oneonta Catskill Area Hospice. Kathleen was predeceased by her husbands, Sidney Morley (1968) and Merritt (Bud) Bridges (2003); her twin sister, Margaret Clement; brothers Paul Enggaard and John Enggaaard; sisters, Helen Robb, Mazie Kirchbaum, Elsie Cusma; and her daughter Leslie Morley. She’s survived by her daughter Stephanie Morley and her grandson, Logan Morley- McCurdy and several nieces, nephews and grand nieces and grand nephews. Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris, NY. There will be no calling hours at Kay’s request. Reverend Robert Witt, Jr. will preside at a private family service. Interment will be at the Enggaard Family plot, in Sylvan Lawn Cemetery in Greene, NY. In lieu of flowers, Donations may be made in her memory to the Village Library of Morris, P.O. Box 126 Morris, NY 13808. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.johnstonfh.com

Published on the Johnston Funeral Home website.

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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Have a Wonderful Labor Day Weekend!

My husband's surgery is rescheduled for Sept. 9th with more juggling of meds.  Cross your fingers for us to
get this over with. 

On Monday on our way home from Cooperstown, I drove through Hartwick and circled the cemetery to point out lots of relatives that I have at rest there.  The Hartwick area looks to be beautiful farmland and it was nice to see lots of farming still going on there.

The Hartwick valley is to the east of the Butternut Valley.  I love to drive down through the beautiful Butternut Valley, but it's land doesn't spread out as wide as the Hartwick area.

Thanks for following this blog.  Have a wonderful Labor Day weekend. 

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Cevasco, Eloise G. (Williams) 1930-2003 Norwich NY Obituary

Eloise G. Cevasco

NORWICH — Eloise G. Cevasco, 72, of Division Street, passed away peacefully on Monday, Feb. 10, 2003, at her home after an extended illness. Her loving family was at her bedside.
Born Aug. 28, 1930, in Gilbertsville, she was the daughter of Fred and Pearl (Rogers) Williams. She graduated from Gilbertsville High School.
On Sept. 15, 1951, she married Robert E. Cevasco, who survives. A native of the area, Eloise, in addition to raising her five children, worked after graduation at the former Imperial Tea Room in Norwich and then for General Laboratories, later Simmonds Precision, for over 28 years retiring in 1993.
For eight years following her retirement, Eloise traveled and worked with her husband. For the last several years she enjoyed her winters at their home in Sebring, Fla.
Eloise loved the outdoors and spent many summers camping at Leland Pond with her family and friends.
She also enjoyed playing shuffleboard and golf.
Eloise was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and of the Women of the Moose.
In addition to her loving husband, Robert, of Norwich; she is survived by four sons and their wives, Denny and Joanne Cevasco of Norwich, Randy and Marge Cevasco of Central Square, Ritchie and Debbie Cevasco of Sidney, and Robby and Jill Cevasco of Wentzville, Mo.; a daughter, Wendy Arndt and her husband, John of Waterloo; 14 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Additionally, she is survived by three sisters, Joyce Maiorana of Sebring, Fla., Ethel Macumber of Gilbertsville, and Hilda Youngs of Norwich; as well as a brother, Durward "Bud" Williams of Mount Upton; and several nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by two sisters, Marion Collins and Winetta Davern; and a brother, Fred Williams Jr.
Funeral services for Eloise will be held on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2003, at 1 p.m. at the Wilson Funeral Home.
Friends are invited to call at the funeral home on Thursday from 11 a.m. until the time of the service.
Burial will take place in the spring in Butternuts Valley Cemetery in Copes Corners.
Contributions in memory of Eloise may be made to Hospice of Chenango County, 21 Hayes St., Norwich, NY 13815.
Condolences may be e-mailed to the Cevasco family by visiting the Wilson Funeral Home website at www.wilsonfh.com.

Published in The Daily Star on Feb. 12, 2003.

Crandall, Edith (Eldred) 1939-2002 Born in Morris NY

Edith M. Crandall

ONEONTA — Edith (Edie) M. Crandall, 63, of Oneonta passed away Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2002, at the Robinson Terrace Nursing Home in Stamford.
She was born April 8, 1939, in Morris, the daughter of Aaron P. and Edna Eldred.
She worked for many years, until her retirement, as a housekeeping manager for the Super 8 Motel in Oneonta.
Edith will be remembered for her very strong faith and her dedication as a member and volunteer at the Salvation Army Church, where she taught Sunday School.
Edith was a loving, caring mother and grandmother and will be deeply missed by her children and grandchildren.
She is survived by her husband, Merlin Crandall, of Oneonta; her three daughters, Valerie Hoffman and Edward Keeley of Davenport Center, Laurie Hanvey and Chad Smith of East Meredith, and Christie Southern of Binghamton. Four brothers, Benjamin Eldred and his spouse, Melody of Oneonta, Donald Eldred and his spouse, Kerrie of Oneonta, Kenneth Eldred of Oneonta, and Harold Hammon of Maryland; a sister-in-law, Elsie Davis; many nieces and nephews.
Her parents and a brother, Aaron Eldred Jr. predeceased her.
Funeral and committal services will be held Friday, Dec. 20, 2002, at 2 p.m. in the Bookhout Funeral Home, 357 Main St., Oneonta, with the Capt. Michael Knepp of the Salvation Army Church officiating.
Friends may call at the Bookhout Funeral Home from noon until the time of the funeral service at which time the family will be in attendance.
Burial will take place in the spring in Hillington Cemetery, Morris.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Catskill Area Hospice & Palliative Care Inc., 542 Main St., Oneonta, NY 13820.
Arrangements are by the Bookhout Funeral Home of Oneonta.

Published in The Daily Star on Dec. 19, 2002.

A Hello Note

Hello Everyone,
It has been a mixed up week here with preparation for my husband's surgery which was to take
place on Monday, the 26th at Cooperstown MIB Hospital.  That day, after going through 2 hours of waiting, then the preop process, the history and physical again,
the IV and blood work, visits from both the day and evening OR nurses, his surgeon, and 3 anesthesia
personnel, no less, a test that almost wasn't done cancelled his surgery.  His bleeding time was twice as
high as it should have been.  By then it was 4:30 and he
was starved.  I told him the good part was that I was taking him out to supper. 

So, we are again on hold until the prostate surgery is rescheduled.  Thank you for any thoughts and
prayers that all goes well. 

I hope your week is going well,  Donna

Friday, August 23, 2013

Decker, Raymond C. 1943-2003 Morris NY Obituary

Raymond C. Decker

MORRIS — Raymond C. Decker, 59, of Morris, died Monday morning, Feb. 10, 2003, at his residence.
He was born Sept. 14, 1943, in Oneonta, the son of Charles William Crane and Pauline Grace Andrus. His adoptive father was Carl Decker.
He married the former Mary E. Morrison on Aug. 19, 1966, in the Unadilla Methodist Church, Unadilla.
Ray was an independent tractor trailer driver all his life and was a stock car owner and driver since 1958. He was also a gun enthusiast. He was a member of the Stock Car Association.
He attended school in Oneonta until he was 21 and then moved to Sidney where he lived until moving to Morris last year.
He is survived by his wife, Mary Decker, of Morris; six stepbrothers of which three live in the area and are Bob Decker and his wife, Donna of Unadilla, Ron Decker and his wife, Shiela and Ed Decker, all of Binghamton. Also survived by several nieces and nephews.
At Ray's request there will be no funeral service and he will be cremated at the Hillington Crematory, Morris.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home, Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Feb. 12, 2003.

Dibble Jr. Everest 1954-2013 Gilbertsville NY Obituary



GILBERTSVILLE-DIBBLE JR., EVEREST “ED”; Everest “Ed” Dibble Jr., 59, of Gilbertsville, passed away on Monday, July 29, 2013, at Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown. Ed was born in New Berlin, the son of Everest E. Dibble Sr. and Joan K (Holden) Dibble. Ed married Patricia Kuhn on March 17, 1972 in South New Berlin. He worked for D&H Railroad and was then self employed as a tractor trailer driver for many years. Ed was a member of The Boy Scouts of America from the Cub Scouts to Otschodela Council President. He served as a National Board Member of the Boy Scouts of America and it was during these times he learned just how much he enjoyed traveling. Ed served as a Town Councilmen for 12 years for the town of Butternuts. He was a 4H leader and also the Coordinator of the antique tractor exhibits at the Otsego County Fair for several years. He was a session member of the Gilbertsville Presbyterian Church for several years. He enjoyed camping, hunting, and golfing but what Ed enjoyed most of all was spending time with his grandchildren, family and friends. One of Ed’s many qualities was that he was always able to find the good in a person. Ed is survived by his wife of 41 years, Patricia; his two sons, Everest Dibble III (Kristen and Timothy Dibble (Lisa); his two grandchildren Lane and Alice Dibble and several brother and sister in laws. Calling hours will be held on Saturday, August 3, 2013 at the First Presbyterian Church of Gilbertsville from 10 a.m. to noon at which time a funeral service will be held with the Rev. Mark Piedmont of The First Presbyterian Church of Gilbertsville officiating with guest officiates Rev. Kurt Funke, Rev. Tom Davis and Rev. Randy Palada. Committal services and interment will follow in the Brookside Cemetery in Gilbertsville. In Lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Ed’s name to the Gilbertsville Emergency Squad PO Box 181 Gilbertsville, NY 13776 or the Morris Emergency Squad PO Box 452 Morris, NY 13808. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.johnstonfh.com Arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published on the Johnston Funeral Website. 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Dixson, Mildred (Mead) 1907-2002 Lived in Morris NY Many Years

Mildred M. Dixson

ATHENS, Pa. — Mildred M. Dixson, 95, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2002.
She was born May 21, 1907, in Albany, N.Y., the daughter of James and Marian Ferguson Mead.
Mildred lived most of her life in Morris, N.Y. She worked for many years at Morris Central School as a cashier/cook in the cafeteria.
She will be remembered by her gift of hospitality to family, friends and traveling missionaries. She was a member of the Morris Baptist Church and taught Sunday school for more than 40 years in the primary department. She loved the Lord, and her home and heart were always open to those in need for a listening ear or transportation to the doctors. She gave her life ministering to family and friends whether for physical, spiritual or emotional needs.
Mildred was predeceased by her first husband and father of her children, Bruce A. Beardsley; her second husband, F. Earl Dixson; and her daughter, Catherine A. Beardsley.
She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Jeanne B. and Kenneth N. Cooke of Bentley Creek, Pa.; grandchildren, Daniel and Joyce L. Cooke of Bentley Creek, Pa., Aimee and Phillip Comfort of Bath, N.Y., Nathan B. and Terri L. Cooke of Lancaster, Pa.; great-grandchildren, Jessica, Peter, Ariel and Victoria; one nephew, Robert Dyckman Jr.
Family and friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2002, at the Lowery Funeral Home, 225 South Main St., Athens, Pa.
Funeral services will follow at the funeral home at 8 p.m. with the Rev. Eric Ferguson, pastor of the Bentley Creek Wesleyan Church, officiating and the Rev. John McConnell of the Southside Alliance Church of Elmira, N.Y., co-officiating.
Burial will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2002, in the Hillington Cemetery, Morris, N.Y.
Memorial donations may be made in her name to the First Baptist Church, 31 S. Broad St., Morris, NY 13808.

Published in The Daily Star on Oct. 8, 2002.

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Elliott, Edward 1918-2003 Morris NY Obituary

Edward Elliott

MORRIS — Together Again! After a long 3 1/2 year wait, Edward Elliott of Morris returned to the side of his faithful wife on March 3, 2003, from the Veterans Home in Oxford.
Ed was born in Bridgewater on July 1, 1918, the son of Jesse DeAlton Lloyd and Lena Ballard Lloyd. Lena died four months later, and he was brought to Morris to live with Lena's aunt and uncle, Frank and Sarah Elliott, who later adopted him.
Ed lived his entire 841/2 years on the family farm. He graduated from Morris Central School in 1937 where he lettered in baseball, basketball and football. He attended Cazenovia Junior College, where he also lettered in all three sports, and graduated in 1940.
After graduation, Ed married Lura Belle (Peg) Rayburn in Briar Cliff Manor, and went to work at Bendix Scintilla in the Engineering Lab, settling in Morris.
After the outbreak of World War II, Ed enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1942, and served with the 15th Air Force in Northern Africa and Italy as a waist gunner on a B-24. After the war, in 1946, Ed returned to Scintilla.
A year later, he and Peg decided it was time to take over the running of the family farm. Together, they ran the farm on South Broad Street for 18 years.
During the years on the farm, Ed also served in many community affairs. He served for 15 years on the School Board, for eight years as Mayor, he brought the first ambulance to Morris, and for eight years as Town Councilman.
He was a past Master of the Masonic Lodge, a past President of Rotary, a past Commander of the American Legion, a member of the Fire Department, and later on the Cemetery Board and as a member of the Methodist Church Board.
In 1965, Ed and Peg sold most of the farm, subdivided a portion into lots, and built a new home on what became known as Meadow Lane.
Also in 1965, Ed went to work for Otsego County as the Executive Secretary to the Civil Defense Director. He later became the first Personnel Officer and the county's first Purchasing Agent.
Ed retired in February 1981, after 15 years.
Since retirement, Ed has enjoyed his hobby of woodworking; repairing things for people in his shop; and visiting with his many friends at the Coffee Shop and around town.
Ed was preceded in death by his faithful wife, Peg, who died on Aug. 21, 1999. They had spent 59 years together.
They are survived by their three children, Lynn (Jean, of Cedar City, Utah), Julie (Peter, of New Hartford), and Jamie (New Lisbon); 13 grandchildren; and 28 great-grandchildren.
At their request, Ed and Peg's ashes will be spread 'under the cherry tree.'
A coffee hour was held at the Coffee Shop on March 11, 2003, with many of Ed's friends stopping in.
In lieu of cards or flowers, the family has requested donations to the Morris Emergency Squad.

Published in The Daily Star on March 20, 2003.

Monday, August 19, 2013

George, Myron D. 1937-2003 New Lisbon NY Obituary

Myron D. George

NEW LISBON — Myron Deland George, 65, of New Lisbon, died Sunday, Feb. 16, 2003, at Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown.
He was born on March 12, 1937, in Edmeston, the son of Myron and Katherine (Angell) George.
He was married to Marion A. Pierce in December 1981, in the Second Baptist Church in Edmeston.
He was employed by Otsego County as a maintenance supervisor.
He was a member of the Farmers Lodge F&AM of Edmeston for several years, and was also a member of the Burlington Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Marion, of New Lisbon; his children, Betty Sue Higgins and her husband, Michael, of Gardner, Maine, Mary-Ann Macintosh and her husband, David, of Cazenovia, Nancy Lou Calderone and her husband, Phillip, of Amsterdam, Thomas George and wife, Tammy, of Burlington Flats; his stepchildren, including Timothy McTaggart and his wife, Kathleen, of Worcester, and Laurie Meyers, also of Worcester.
Deland is also survived by his nine grandchildren who were truly the love of his life.
He is also survived by his father-in-law, Harold Pierce of New Lisbon; a brother-in-law, William Pierce and his wife, Patricia, of Howes Cave; along with several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Calling hours will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2003, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris. A Masonic service conducted by the Farmers Lodge of Edmeston will be held at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the funeral home.
Those who wish are asked to make donations to the Garrattsville Emergency Squad or the Burlington Baptist Church in Deland's memory.
Graveside funeral services will be held in the spring at the Edmeston Union Cemetery.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Feb. 18, 2003.

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Myron Deland George

EDMESTON — Friends are invited to attend committal services and burial of Myron Deland George, who died Feb. 16, 2003. Services will be in Edmeston Union Cemetery on Friday, May 9, 2003, at 10 a.m., with the Rev. Jay Henderson officiating.

Published in The Daily Star on May 7, 2003.

Hill, Robert James 1925-2002 Gilbertsville NY Obituary


Robert James Hill

GILBERTSVILLE — Robert James Hill, 77, of Gilbertsville, died Sunday, Nov. 10, 2002, at the Chase Memorial Nursing Home in New Berlin.
He was born in the town of Butternuts on April 26, 1925, the son of Harold and Sarah (Olmstead) Hill.
He was married to Esther Lamphere in the Presbyterian Church in Gilbertsville on Jan. 6, 1944, a marriage of more than 58 years.
He had worked at the G.L.A. of Norwich for 15 years and then operated his own dairy farm from 1961 until his retirement in 1986.
He was a member of the Butternuts Valley Grange, No. 1533; the Butternuts Lodge, # No. 515 F.&A.M.; Otsego County Farm Bureau; an honorary member of the Klipnockie Beagle Club.
He had served as a director of the R.E.A. for 25 years; past president and member of the Gilbertsville Board of Education; past member of the Holstein Friesian Association; past adviser of the Otsego County Junior Holstein Club; a past member of the town of Butternuts Planning Board; dog Enumerator for the town of Butternuts; Gilbertsville Rod & Gun Club; and the Dairymen's League.
He is survived by his wife, Esther, of Gilbertsville; his children, Susan Pochy and her husband, James, and their son, James, Dennis Hill and his son, Jason, and daughter, Ashley, Michael Hill and his wife, Barbara, and their children and spouses, Amy Proskine and husband, Zachary, Benjamin Hill, Crystal Michaud and husband, Travis, and Patrick Hill; three great-grandchildren, Lauren Hill, Garrett Proskine and Hunter Michaud. He is also survived by a brother, Royce Hill and his wife, Darlene; two sisters-in-law, Ethyle Canada and Helen Quinn; a brother-in-law, Lewis Lamphere; an aunt, Marion Lilley; and also several nieces, nephews and cousins.
A granddaughter, Katelyn Hill, predeceased him.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15, 2002, at the Presbyterian Church of Gilbertsville, with the Rev. Dr. Donald Boardman officiating. Visitation will be from 1 p.m. until service time at the church on Friday.
Committal services and burial will be in the Brookside Cemetery in Gilbertsville.
Friends are asked to make donations to the Alzheimer's Association or Chase Nursing Home in his memory.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Nov. 12, 2002,

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Johnson, Earl Clinton 1924-2013 Oneonta NY Obituary



ONEONTA-JOHNSON, EARL CLINTON; Earl Clinton Johnson, 89, of Oneonta passed away Friday, August 2, 2013 at Fox Nursing Home in Oneonta, with his wife Rita of 48 years by his side. He was born the son of Leo L. Johnson and Hazel B. (Ricks) Johnson. He married Rita Dunn on August 10, 1964 in Bristol CT. Earl Served his country from 1943 to 1946 in the United States Army receiving honors; Asiatic Pacific Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, World War II Victory Medal and the American Service Medal. He was employed by Beacon Feed and later began his own business, Earl C. Johnson Enterprise, which he ran for thirty-five years. Earl was a member of the American Legion, he enjoyed carpenter, plumbing and electrical work. He enjoyed listening to 40’s music, traveling and spending time with his family. He is survived by his two sons, Earl L. Johnson (Brooke) and Tad C. Johnson (Leslie); his three daughters Bobbie Martindale, Lark Byam (Keith), and Patricia Moore (Bill); his grandchildren, Matthew, Josh, Rachael, Stacia, Lori, Sarah, Robert, Kevin, Ethan, Emma and many great grandchildren. Earl was predeceased by his brothers and sister. Calling Hours will be held at Johnston Funeral Home in Morris on Friday, August 9, 2013 from 11:00am to 12noon with Military Honors immediately following. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Earl’s name to a charity of choice. Online condolences may be sent to www.johnstonfh.com Arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published  on the Johnstone Funeral Home website at Morris, NY.

Kuhn, Georgia Lee 1953-2002 Gilbertsville NY Obituary

Georgia Lee Kuhn

GILBERTSVILLE — Georgia Lee Kuhn, 49, of Binghamton, formerly of Norwich, and in her childhood she lived in Gilbertsville, passed away Thursday, Nov. 7, 2002, at A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital in Oneonta.
She was born on Sept. 4, 1953, in Sidney, the daughter of George and Patricia (Colyer) Kuhn.
She was married to William Demun. She was a registered nurse having worked at Chenango Memorial Hospital, Norwich, A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital, Oneonta, Lourdes Hospital, Binghamton, and Kimberly Quality Care of Oneonta.
She is survived by her mother, Patricia Colyer, of Maple Grove; two sons, Mark Demun of Garner, N.C., and Aaron Demun of Fort Sill, Okla.; three sisters, Patricia Dibble and husband, Ed, of Gilbertsville, Edna Grabo and husband, Leonard, of Maple Grove, and Peggy Fisher and husband, Jim, of Oneonta; three brothers, Pete Kuhn of Oneonta, Gordon Kuhn and wife, Debbie, of Laurens, and Gerald Kuhn and wife, Gail, of Ridgeland, N.C.; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Her father, George Kuhn, predeceased her.
Visitation will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2002, at the Johnston Funeral Home, 60 Broad St., Morris.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2002, at the Presbyterian Church in Gilbertsville, with the Rev. Dr. Donald Boardman officiating. Committal services and burial will follow in the Brookside Cemetery in Gilbertsville.
Those who wish are asked to donate to the Gilbertsville Fire Department or the A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital, Oneonta, in her memory.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Nov. 12, 2002.

Lamb, Audree L. 1937-2013 Morris NY Obituary

Audree Lillian Lamb

Audree Lillian Lamb, lifelong resident of Morris, passed away August 3, 2013 at Fox Memorial Nursing Home in Oneonta. Born October 6, 1937 to Lillian Mable (Pickens) and Fred DeWitt Lamb, she was 75.

A graduate of Morris Central School, Audree worked as early as age 12 at the Village Library and served as Librarian from in recent years. A favorite part of her library tenure was spending time with young children and teen volunteers. In addition to her library work, she was also employed at times as a secretary and housekeeper and also tended children for several local families.

Family, friends, and library patrons knew Audree as an outstanding cook. She made the “world’s best” deviled eggs, potato salad and beef dishes.

Audree is survived by three sisters: Marjorie Wild and Sheila Twaits of Morris and Ethel Goodspeed of Garratsville. Two brothers, Douglas and Donald Lamb of Pittsburg, predeceased her, as did brothers-in-law Harry Wild, Frank Twaits, and Roland Goodspeed. Many nieces and nephews also survive.

Sharon and Susan (Hootie) Emerson of Oneonta, and their brothers Mark and Ralph, members of Audree’s extended family, spent many days in her care and occupied a special place in her heart.

Audree’s family is appreciative of the excellent care she received from A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital and Fox Nursing Home. Many people provided help and support during Audree’s six-month illness, in particular her sister Sheila, Beth and Wayne Benjamin, and Bonnie Tracy.

A memorial service honoring Audree’s life is scheduled for Saturday, August 17, 2013 at 2:00 pm at Johnston Funeral Home, Morris, NY. Luncheon will follow in the social rooms of the Morris Methodist Church. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.johnstonfh.com.

The family requests that memorial donations be submitted to the Village Library, POB 126, Morris, NY 13808 or the National Children’s Leukemia Foundation in Audree’s name. Arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Obituary published on Johnston Funeral Home website in Morris NY.

Leach, Beatrice (Van Warner) 1907-2003 New Berlin NY Obituary

Beatrice Leach

NEW BERLIN — Beatrice Ione Leach of New Berlin passed away on Wednesday, February 19, 2003 at the home of her nephew and his wife, Rex and Faith Yurenka of Burlington, where she had resided for the last eight months.
She was born on May 3, 1907 in Norwich, oldest daughter of Adolph and Elizabeth Van Warner.
She attended school in Cardtown and Ketchum, rural schools in the Town of Pittsfield and graduated from New Berlin High School in 1926.
She attended Oneonta State Normal school and taught in Ketchum for nine years.
She moved to Greene in 1938 and taught at the Chenango Forks Central School for five years.
In 1942, during the war, she worked at Benedix Aviation in Sidney for three years.
After the war she returned to Oneonta State Teacher's College and received her bachelor's degree in education.
She married Richard Leach in 1946 and they moved to Poughkeepsie where she taught in the Wappingers Central School and became treasurer of the Faculty Association.
She attended Vassar College where she studied the Russian Language.
She was a member of the Methodist Church and Business and Professional Women and Senior Citizens group while living in Poughkeepsie.
She retired from teaching in 1970 after being in the profession for over thirty-five years.
She and her husband returned to her family home on East River Road in New Berlin.
She was predeceased by her husband in 1973.
She spent her winters in Florida where she joined the Auxiliary of the Manatea Memorial Hospital and she was a member of the Bradanton Shuffle Board Club.
After selling her family home in 1993, Beatrice resided at 28 Academy Street in New Berlin and became a member of the 60 Plus Club, the Senior Citizens Club, and the First United Church.
She is survived by two sisters, Betty Watson of Myrtle Beach, SC, and Beverly Corcorin of Pittsburg, KA; a step-daughter Anita Cluff; two step-grandsons, Steve and Bill; and a step-granddaughter, Barbra, all of Brisben.
A memorial service will be held at the Dakin Funeral Home in New Berlin on Sunday, February 23 at 2:00 PM with the Rev. John Young, minister of the Baptist Church in Burlington Flats, officiating.
Donations in her memory may be made to the New Berlin Library.
Arrangements are by the Dakin Funeral Home, New Berlin.

Published in The Daily Star on Feb. 20, 2003.

Friday, August 16, 2013

McKenna, Marie (Zeller) 1908-2002 Gilbertsville NY Obituary



Marie Z. McKenna

GILBERTSVILLE — Marie Z. McKenna, 94, of Gilbertsville, passed away Friday, Oct. 25, 2002, at Chase Nursing Home in New Berlin.
She was born April 14, 1908, in Hoboken, N.J., the daughter of Francis and Mary (Hayes) Zeller.
She was married to Stephen P. McKenna in 1932, in the St. Michael's Monastery in Union City, N.J. Stephen died in October of 1973.
She was employed by Bristol-Meyers for many years and more recently was employed by Norwich Furniture Inc., retiring in 1973.
She had formerly resided in Ridgefield, N.J., in her younger years.
A daughter, Patricia Stensland and her husband, Mike, of Gilbertsville; five grandchildren, Linda Holt, Diane Stensland, Michele Birdsall, Michael Stensland and Stephen D. McKenna, survive her. She was also blessed by nine great-grandchildren.
She was predeceased by a son, Stephen McKenna.
Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today, Oct. 28, 2002, at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2002, at the Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church in Morris, with the Rev. John Burns officiating.
Committal service and burial will be in the Brookside Cemetery in Gilbertsville.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Oct. 28, 2002.

Montgomery, Ruby (Clapper) Goodier 1911-2002 Edmeston NY Obituary

Ruby Montgomery

EDMESTON — Ruby May Montgomery of Edmeston died Monday, Aug. 26, 2002, at The Meadows in Middlefield.
She was born on May 13, 1911, in Centralia, Ill., the daughter of George A. Clapper and Ada (Johnson) Clapper.
She was married to Clyde Robert Goodier on Sept. 23, 1931. He died April 24, 1970. She then married Irving Montgomery on April 3, 1982. He died in March of 1989.
She was a member of the Second Baptist Church of Edmeston, and a former member of the Edmeston Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.
She had been employed at the Kraft Foods Plant in South Edmeston for many years as well as working at several Edmeston area shops over the years.
Ruby will be remembered for her crocheting and her love of her family.
She is survived by a daughter, Beverly Colegrove and husband, John, of Edmeston; her grandchildren, John Colegrove Jr. of Hudson, Nadine Lasher and husband, Victor, of Garrattsville, Nanette Fikes and husband, Terry, of Burlington Flats, Isabelle Tophoven and husband, Timothy, of Edmeston, and Chad Goodier and wife, Lisa, of Hinesville, Ga. She was also blessed by her great-grandchildren, Cassandra and Matthew Fikes, Ashley and Denver Colegrove, Thomas and Sueellyn Tophoven, Nicholas and Michaela Lasher, and Hannah and Gavin Goodier.
She was predeceased by a son, Gary Goodier, who died May 24, 1986; a sister, Opal Hawkins; and three brothers, Everett, Harry and Laurel Clapper.
Calling hours will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home on Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2002. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2002, from the Second Baptist Church in Edmeston.
Committal services and burial will be in the Edmeston Union Cemetery in Edmeston.
Funeral arrangements are by the Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home of Edmeston.

Published in The Daily Star on Aug. 27, 2002.

Morris, Mianda (Wilson) 1923-2002 Mount Upton NY Obituary

Mianda Morris

MOUNT UPTON — Mianda "Tillie" Morris, 79, of River Road in Mount Upton died peacefully, Thursday, Aug. 8, 2002, at her home.
She was born on Feb. 11, 1923, in Hartwick, the daughter of the late Percy and Cora (Harrison) Wilson.
On Dec. 24, 1944, in Leonardsville, she married James Morris, who survives.
Besides her husband, James of Mount Upton, she is survived by her sons and daughter-in-law, John and Deb Morris of Gilbertsville and James Morris of Gilbertsville; her sister, Marjorie DeGrigorio of Hedgesville, W.Va.; and her grandchildren, Jason Morris, Joshua and Jennifer Morris, Faith Morris, Jesse and Tammy Boldt, Ashley Hoke, Sarah Hoke, Trevor Hoke, Robert Morris and Charlie Morris.
She was a graduate of Leonardsville High School and Kingston Secretarial School.
She had worked for Preferred Mutual Insurance Co. in New Berlin and was a secretary at the Mount Upton Central School for 12 years. She helped her husband in the operation of the family farm for many years.
She also served as an assessor for the town of Butternuts and then for the town of Oneonta. She was the secretary of the Rolling Antiquers Old Car Club.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 11, 2002, from the Gilbertsville Baptist Church, Gilbertsville, with the Rev. Randolph Palada, pastor officiating. Burial will be in Morris Chapel Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Catskill Area Hospice.
Arrangements are being provided by the C.H. Landers Inc. Funeral Chapel, Sidney.

 Published in The Daily Star on Aug. 9, 2002.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Neuenhoff, Barbara (Lemakos) 1936-2002 Gilbertsville NY Obituary

Barbara Neuenhoff

GILBERTSVILLE — Barbara Ann Neuenhoff of 1551 county Highway 3, South New Berlin, passed away on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2002, at The Hospital in Sidney.
She was born on Aug. 8, 1936, in New York City, the daughter of Richard and Anna (Sciblo) Lemakos. Most of her early life was spent in the New York City area.
On Jan. 17, 1959, she married Thomas R. Neuenhoff. They shared 43 years of married life.
Survivors include her husband; her sons, Thomas Jr. of Sommerset, N.J. and Wayne of Syracuse; her brother, James Poole of South New Berlin; and her grandchildren, Barbara Ann Nicholas, Sabrina and Nathaniel Neuenhoff of Syracuse and Allison Neuenhoff of Sommerset, N.J.
Mrs. Neuenhoff was predeceased by her daughter, Barbara Ann.
A graveside service will be held in the spring at the Butternut Valley Cemetery in Copes Corners.
Contributions in Mrs. Neuenhoff's memory may be made to Catskill Area Hospice Inc., 542 Main St., Oneonta, N.Y., 13820. Envelopes are available at the Joyce Funeral Home, Inc.
Arrangements are by the Joyce Funeral Home Inc., of Unadilla.

Published in The Daily Star on Dec. 3, 2002.

Osborne, Lois Ann 1939-2002 Gilbertsville NY Connections

Lois Ann Osborne

EFLAND, N.C. — Lois Ann Osborne, 63, of Efland, N.C., passed away Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2002, at her home after a lengthy illness.
She was born in Gilbertsville on May 25, 1939, the daughter of Donald and Dora (Richards) Osborne.
She is survived by her mother of Gilbertsville, N.Y.; a son, Steven and Susan Musson of San Diego, Calif.; a daughter, Kimberly and Todd Broucksou of Efland, N.C.; two brothers, Donald and Cathy Osborne and Richard and Pat Osborne, all of Gilbertsville; one sister, Linda and Al Brooke of Phoenix, Ariz.; four grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.
Her father predeceased her.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2002, at the Presbyterian Church in Gilbertsville, N.Y., with the Rev. Dr. Donald Boardman officiating. Calling hours for family and friends will be from 1 p.m. until service time at the church on Sunday.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Presbyterian Church of Gilbertsville, N.Y.

Published in The Daily Star on Nov. 21, 2002.

PS.  Her maternal grandparents were  
Frank Milton Richards 1876 – 1925
Minnie Belle House 1881 – 1963
They had 14 children, so there are many relatives on that side of her family. 

Pegg, Richard 1949-2002 Morris NY Death Notice

Richard Pegg

MORRIS — Richard Pegg, 53, of Morris, died Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, at Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown.
Calling hours for Rick will be from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2002, at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2002, at the Morris Baptist Church in Morris.
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris. A full obituary will appear in Friday's edition of The Daily Star.

Published in The Daily Star on Sept. 12, 2002.  The promised full obituary was never published. 

Twisted Twigs On Gnarled Branches





Twisted Twigs On Gnarled Branches

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Place, Virginia (Harrington) 1929-2002 Laurens NY Obituary

Virginia H. Place

LAURENS — Virginia H. Place, 72, of Laurens died Friday, Aug. 9, 2002, at the A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital in Oneonta.
She was born Aug. 10, 1929, in Laurens, the daughter of Clayton and Ella Harrington.
She married Gerald A. Place on Sept. 12, 1948. Mr. Place predeceased her on May 22, 2002.
A lifelong area resident, Virginia worked as a bookkeeper for the Grand Union Co. in Oneonta.
She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Loretta Place of Laurens; her sister, Agnes Sullivan of Cooperstown; her brother and sister-in-law, Nelson and Marion Harrington of Otego; two grandsons, Mark Place of Laurens, currently attending the State University at Albany, and Sgt. Craig Place of the U.S. Army base at Ft. Leonardwood, Mo.; nieces and nephews, Douglas and Carolyn Rose of Oneonta, Rena Rose of Laurens, Dottie and Bob Linger of Oneonta, Thomas and Sue Harrington of Herkimer, Kathy Harrington of Unadilla, Dave and Mary Southern of Otego, Bob and Mary Southern of Oneonta, Wayne Sullivan and his wife of Cooperstown, and Dale Sullivan of Cooperstown.
Virginia was predeceased by a grandson, Thomas Place in 2000; and a sister, Kay (Lila) Southern in 2001.
A graveside memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, 2002, at the Laurens Cemetery with the Rev. Charles Taylor, pastor of the St. Andrews Episcopal Church in New Berlin, officiating.
There will be no calling hours.
In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made to Catskill Area Hospice, 542 Main St., Oneonta, NY 13820 in loving memory of Virginia H. Place.
Funeral arrangements are by Bookhout Funeral Home, Oneonta.

Published in The Daily Star on Aug. 12, 2002,

Sargent, Laura 1949-2002 Oneonta NY Obituary



Laura Sargent

ONEONTA — Laura Sargent, 53, of Oneonta passed away Sunday, Dec. 8, 2002, at her residence after a lengthy illness.
She was born Nov. 10, 1949, to Everett and Doris (Marx) Sargent, in Oneonta.
She was never married.
Until ill health forced her retirement, Miss Sargent was a teacher's aid at the Oneonta Middle School.
She was a life long area resident and a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Oneonta.
Laura loved animals and owned several cats and dogs.
She is survived by a brother, Frances (Bo) Sargent of Holly Springs, N.C.; two nephews, Travis and Phillip Sargent; and one aunt, Carrie Marx of Endicott.
Memorial services will be held at a time to be announced next week at the First Presbyterian Church in Oneonta, with the Rev. Edward Carlson, pastor officiating.
There will be no calling hours.
Burial will be later in Brookside Cemetery, Gilbertsville.
Arrangements are by the Lewis-Hurley Funeral Home, 51 Dietz St. in Oneonta.

Published in The Daily Star on Dec. 11, 2002.

Schwarze, Helen A. (McKeever) 1908-2002 Garrattsville NY Obituary

Helen A. Schwarze

GARRATTSVILLE — Helen A. Schwarze, 94, of Garrattsville and formerly of Williston Park on Long Island, died Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2002, at Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown.
She was born Oct. 31, 1908, in Brooklyn, the daughter of Thomas and Donalda (Cote) McKeever.
She married George F. Schwarze on June 29, 1929. He predeceased her on Feb. 11, 1962.
Helen was a member of the Church of the Nativity in Edmeston.
She had previously been employed by Sperry Gryoscope in Great Neck as an analyst. After retirement she relocated to Garrattsville to live with her daughter and son-in-law.
Helen had a great love for all her family, spending many hours knitting, crocheting, or tatting beautiful sweaters and afghans.
She was also very proud of being a blood donor.
Helen is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Janet and Roger Nelsen; two grandchildren and their spouses, Peter and Sue Nelsen, and Sue and Tim Eschler; four great-grandchildren, Danny, Holly, Candance and Dana; her brother, Robert McKeever; and her sister, Dorothy Morganstern.
She was also predeceased by her sister, Donalda Ellsworth.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2002, at The Church of the Nativity, Edmeston, with Fr. John Burns officiating.
Calling hours are from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15, 2002, at the Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston. Burial will be at Hillington Cemetery following the funeral service.
Contributions may be made in Helen's memory to the Garrattsville Emergency Squad.
Arrangements by Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston.

Published in The Daily Star on Nov. 15, 2002.

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Saturday, August 10, 2013

Schworm, Christy M. (Beeching) 1970-2002 Edmeston NY Obituary



Christy Schworm

EDMESTON — Christy M. Schworm, 32, of Edmeston passed away Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2002, at her home with her family by her side.
She was born Feb. 16, 1970, in Wareham, Mass., the daughter of Doug and Joy (Jones) Beeching.
A resident of Edmeston from the age of 2 1/2, Christy was a graduate of Edmeston Central School and Milford BOCES Nursing School.
Christy married Robert A. Schworm on Oct. 9, 1993.
Christy was a member of the First Baptist Church, New Berlin.
She was employed at the Edmeston/Burlington Health Clinic in Edmeston.
Her great smile, gentle touch and warm personality greeted everyone at the clinic, and will be greatly missed.
Christy is survived by her husband, Bob; and her two daughters, Kaylee, 6, and Brianna, 3. Her mother, Joy Beeching of Edmeston; her father, Douglas Beeching and his wife, Helen, of San Benito, Texas; her sister, Connie McCarthy and her husband, Pat, of New Windsor; her brother, James R. Beeching and his wife, Theresa of Leonardsville; the entire Schworm family of Edmeston; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
A private family service is being arranged by the Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home of Edmeston at Christy's request.
In lieu of flowers, Christy requested donations be made in her memory to the Edmeston Rotary Club, P.O. Box 223, Edmeston, NY 13335, making it possible for the Rotary to continue to help others in need as they deem necessary.

Published in The Daily Star on July 21, 2002.

Sprague, Marion (Livingston) 1911-2002 Middlefield NY Obituary

Marion Sprague

MIDDLEFIELD — Marion Sprague, 91, of The Meadows and formerly of Oneonta died Friday, Sept. 13, 2002, at The Meadows in Middlefield.
She was born in Morris on June 21, 1911, the daughter of Delos and Florence E. (Bailey) Livingston.
She was married to Milton Osborn and then to Harold Sprague. They are both deceased.
As a child, she attended the one-room schoolhouse in Dimmock Hollow. She lived a full rich life and was loved by all her family and friends and will be missed by all.
She is survived by her daughter, Wanda Predmore and husband, LeRoy of South Otselic; her grandchildren, Barbara Young of Sherburne and Bill Cane of New Berlin; several great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; and great-great-great-grandchildren; making five generations.
She was predeceased by a son, Robert Osborn; and granddaughter, Shirley Hollenbeck.
Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2002, at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris, with the Rev. Keith VanDewerker of the West End Community Baptist Church officiating. Calling hours will be from 11 a.m. on Wednesday until service time at 1 p.m.
Burial will be in Hillington Cemetery in Morris at a later date.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Sept. 17, 2002.

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Stebbins, Carla J. (Fitch) 1965-2002 Butternuts NY Obituary

Carla J. Stebbins

BUTTERNUTS — Carla Jane Stebbins, 36, of the town of Butternuts, died Saturday, June 29, 2002, as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
She was born July 6, 1965, in Oneonta, the daughter of George Fitch and Jean (Stensland) Fitch.
She married B. Jay Stebbins in Plymouth, on Jan. 1, 1996.
She was employed as a machine operator and assembler at the Burt Rigid Box Inc. of Oneonta.
She enjoyed gardening and her family and friends.
Carla is survived by her husband, B. Jay Stebbins, of Gilbertsville; her sons, Levi Turner Stebbins and Benjamin Jessie Stebbins, both at home; her mother, Jean Stebbins of Gilbertsville; a brother, Robert Fitch and his fiancee, Amy Johnson; several aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces; and her extended family at Burt Rigid Box; and a special friend, Joannie.
Her father, George Fitch, predeceased her.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 5, 2002, at the Gilbertsville Baptist Church in Gilbertsville, with the Rev. Randolph Palada and the Rev. Scott Harding officiating.
Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, July 3, 2002, at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris.
Burial and committal services will be in the Butternuts Valley (Copes Corners) Cemetery in the town of Butternuts.
Friends are invited back to B. Jay Stebbins' home following the services.

Published in The Daily Star on July 2, 2002.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Talbot, James F. 1911-2002 Morris NY Obituary

James F. Talbot

MORRIS — James Francis Talbot, 91, of Morris died Monday, Sept. 23, 2002, at A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital in Oneonta.
He was born in Burlington Flats on May 23, 1911, the son of Dr. Harold Ward Talbot and Beatrice (Smith) Talbot.
He attended West Winfield Central School until his father's death, at which time he went to live with his paternal grandparents until he was 15 years old. He then lived with his maternal grandparents in Binghamton.
He was married to Mildred (Richards) Talbot on May 25, 1934, in Morris. She died March 7, 1989.
James worked in the defense plant in Detroit and then at the Scintilla Corp. of Sidney, as a machinist for more than 35 years.
He is survived by his children and their spouses, James Talbot and wife, Marjorie, of South Carolina, Gary Talbot and wife, Joanne of Gilbertsville, Thomas Talbot and wife, Winifred of New Lisbon, and Michael Talbot and wife, Christine of Gilbertsville. He was blessed with 11 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
There will be no calling hours.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2002, at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris, with the Rev. Randolph Palada officiating.
Committal service and burial will be in the Hillington Cemetery in Morris.
In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to donate to the Morris Emergency Squad in his memory. Envelopes are available at the funeral home.
Arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Oneonta Star on Sept. 24, 2002.

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Tamas, Hilda (Perkins) 1914-2002 Oneonta NY Obituary

Hilda P. Tamas

ONEONTA — Hilda Perkins Tamas, 88, of Oneonta passed away early Oct. 3, 2002, with comfort care at the Oneonta Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
She was born on July 19, 1914, in the township of West Burlington, Otsego County. She was the daughter of Grover and Agatha Telfer Perkins.
She married Joseph Tamas on Sept. 5, 1970, at the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption in Fairfield, Conn.
Mrs. Tamas (Perk) grew up in Otsego County, attending Hartwick and Morris schools.
She worked at the Knox School in Cooperstown.
Then she moved to Bridgeport, Conn., where she lived for 40 years. She was employed at the Bridgeport Brass Co. and later in the office of the Baird Machine Co.
She and her husband returned to the area in 1982.
Mrs. Tamas was a loyal member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and the St. Mary's Rosary Society until illness prevented her from attending.
She had been a resident of the Oneonta Nursing and Rehabilitation Center since June 2000.
She always enjoyed being with relatives, friends and neighbors.
Mrs. Tamas was predeceased by her husband, Joseph in April 1987.
She is survived by two sisters and their husbands, Thelma and Kenneth T. Lally of Schenectady and Diana and Howard Marlette of Mount Vision; three nieces and their husbands, Cheryl and Arne Christensen of LaGrangeville, Mary and James R. Crouthamel of Sussex, N.J., and Jeanne and Richard Stalker of Clinton Corners; six great-nieces and nephews; and cousins, John A. Telfer of Selkirk and Mary Godfrey of North Syracuse.
Calling hours will be held on Monday at the funeral home from 12:30 to 2 p.m., at which time the family will be present.
Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 7, 2002, at the Bookhout Funeral Home, 357 Main St., Oneonta, with the Rev. John Rosson, pastor of St. Mary Catholic Church, Cooperstown, officiating.
Burial will follow at the Hartwick Cemetery, Hartwick.
Mrs. Tamas' family sincerely wishes to express its appreciation to the entire staff of the Oneonta Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for the wonderful compassionate care that they gave to Hilda.
Memorial donations may be sent to the Activity Program at the ONRC, 330 Chestnut St., Oneonta, NY 13820 in loving memory of Hilda Perkins Tamas.
Funeral arrangements are by Bookhout Funeral Home, Oneonta.

Published in The Daily Star on Oct. 4, 2002.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Thompson, Ruth E. (Sweet) 1925-2002 Edmeston NY Obituary

Ruth E. Thompson

EDMESTON — Ruth E. Thompson, 77, of Edmeston died peacefully Monday, Nov. 25, 2002, at St. Peter's Hospital in Albany with her family by her side.
She was born May 21, 1925, in Burlington, the daughter of Cass and Charlotte (Klock/Lytwynec) Sweet.
She outlived two husbands, Peter Pylinski of Edmeston, and Warren (Tony) Thompson of Gloversville.
Ruth retired as post master of the Burlington Flats Post Office on May 1, 1990.
She was also a 43-year member of the Wharton Valley American Legion Auxiliary Post 1311.
Ruth was a loving wife, parent, grandparent and friend, who found happiness with her family, friends, watching current events, and educational television as well as reading.
In her later years, she developed a love for Drew Carey and "Who's Line Is It Anyway?," which she enjoyed because they made her laugh and she loved to laugh.
She is survived by her brothers, Douglas Sweet of Richfield Springs, Wayne Sweet of Frankfurt, and Steve Lytwynec of California; her children, Jack Pylinski of Louisville, Ky., Kris Aparicio of Edmeston, Gretchen Belden of West Edmeston, Mark Pylinski of Honolulu, Hawaii, Toby Thompson of South New Berlin, Janelle Ross of Edmeston and their spouses; 16 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Calling hours will be held at Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home in Edmeston on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2002, from 6 to 9 p.m. (with an American Legion Auxiliary service to be held at 7 p.m.) Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 27, at 1 p.m., with calling hours from 11 a.m. until the service.
Interment will be held at Edmeston Union Cemetery, Edmeston, following the memorial service at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Ruth's memory to the Edmeston Free Public Library.

Published in The Daily Star on Nov. 26, 2002.

Vaughan, Thomas J. 1920-2002 Worked with CCCamp on Gilbert Lake Project

Thomas J. Vaughan

ONEONTA — Thomas J. Vaughan, 82, of Oneonta, passed away on Friday, Oct. 11, 2002, at his residence.
He was born May 16, 1920, in Malta, Mont., the son of Thomas and Gertrude (Senhpiel) Vaughan.
Thomas was a career military man serving in the United States Navy for 23 years, enlisting in 1939 and retiring from active duty in 1963. Before joining the Navy, he was involved with the CC Camp working on the Gilbert Lake project.
His hobbies included golfing, walking and riding his bicycle.
He is survived by his two nephews and their wives, James and Pat Vaughan of Oneonta, and Hugh and Marge Vaughan of Wells Bridge; a niece and her husband, Diana and Pete Mathewson of West Oneonta; five great-nephews; and two great-nieces.
Thomas was predeceased by his brother, Woodrow Vaughan.
A military graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2002, at the Oneonta Plains Cemetery, with the Rev. Kenneth Baldwin officiating.
Arrangements are by the Lester R. Grummons Funeral Home, Oneonta.

Published in The Daily Star on Oct. 15, 2002.

Saturday, August 3, 2013

West, Minerva H. (Bennett) 1907-2002 Spent childhood in West Burlington NY

Minerva H. West

MIDDLEFIELD — Minerva H. West, 94, of Edmeston died Friday, Aug. 30, 2002, in Middlefield.
She was born Sept. 10, 1907, in West Burlington, the daughter of Waldo and Ada (Talbot) Bennett, and spent her childhood in the West Burlington area.
Minerva was predeceased by her husband, Harold West, in 1966, as well as her three sisters and eight brothers.
She is survived by two daughters, Jeannine and Dale Palmiter of Edmeston and Priscilla and Fred Frair of Newborn, Ga.; two grandchildren, David Parker of Danielsville, Ga., and Susan Docteur of Farmington; three great-grandchildren, Marc Docteur, Kaylee Parker and Matthew Parker; and two nieces, Norma Ramsey and Phyllis Whitten.
Minerva was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in New Berlin and the Episcopal Church of Women of West Burlington.
The funeral will be Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2002, at 11 a.m. at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in New Berlin. The Rev. Charles Taylor will officiate.
The internment will be in Edmeston Union Cemetery.
There will be no calling hours.
Memorial donations may be made to the St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in New Berlin.

Published in The Daily Star on August 31, 2002.

White, Jean (Whittemore) 1919-2002 Born in Gilbertsville NY

WELLSVILLE — Jean W. White, 82, of Manor Hills, Wellsville, passed away Sunday, Aug. 11, 2002, at Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville.
She was born Dec. 27, 1919, in Gilbertsville, the daughter of Samuel Woodland and Pamelia Whittemore.
She married Linn Robert White on July 18, 1943, in Gilbertsville. He predeceased her on Aug. 20, 1998.
Jean had been a resident of Wellsville since 1998 and had formerly resided with her son at 3477 Riverside Drive.
She was a 1937 graduate of Gilbertsville Central School. She owned and operated the Bob White Shop in Cooperstown Junction, retiring in 1987.
She was a member of the First Congregational Church in Wellsville and the Maryland Baptist Church in Maryland.
She is survived by two sons, Dennis (JoAnne) White of Scio, and Roger (Nancy) White of Langley, Wash.; one daughter, Linda (Alton) VanCleef of Cooperstown; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by a sister, Laura Trask, in 1975.
Friends are invited to call from 7 to 9 p.m. only, on Tuesday at the J.W. Embser Sons Funeral Home Inc., 34 W. State St. in Wellsville. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2002, at the funeral home, with the Rev. William Jones, officiating.
Burial will be in Gilbertsville Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the Home Care & Hospice or the First Congregation Church; for addresses call the funeral home at (716) 593-3430.
A memorial service in Maryland will be planned for a later date.

Published in The Daily Star on August 13, 2002.

Jean W. White

WELLSVILLE — A memorial service for Jean W. White, 82, who died on Aug. 11, 2002, in Wellsville, will be held on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2002.
Jean White, was born in Gilbertsville, and resided in Maryland, until 1998, when she moved to Wellsville to live with her son, Dennis White.
The Rev. Peter Mudge, will officiate for the service to be held at 1 p.m., at the Maryland Baptist Church, Maryland. Graveside services will immediately follow at the Butternuts Cemetery in Gilbertsville.

Published in The Daily Star on Sept. 25, 2002.

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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 Lisbon Holds First School Fair (About 1931)
New Road Project between Morris and Oneonta 1935
 One 'Wright' Name Leads to Many Others
Oneonta Herald Death Notices 1853-1878 
Poem to "George W. Wood" Printed in 1935 
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 
Thanks To All Of You For Honoring Our Legacy 
Vital Statistics, Town of Burlington, NY 1934 
Vital Statistics, Town of Edmeston, NY, 1933 
Vital Statistics, Town of Edmeston, NY, 1934
Vital Statistics, Town of New Lisbon, NY, 1935
Vital Statistics, Town of New Lisbon, NY, 1936


Adams, Iva 1864-1932
Allen, William B.  1852-1935
Andrews, Francis wed to Ruby Best 1930
Arlin, Scott D.  1960-2001
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, Douglas M.  1927-2002
Bailey, Josephine wed to George Holden  1932
Baker, Dr. Steffie Pullis  1912-1999 
Baker, Julia (Gardner) Brimmer  1849-1932
Baker, Howard LeRoy 1879-1948 
Baker, Thomas J.  1958-2001
Baker, Thomas W.  1929-2002
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
Bartholomew, Jennie (Walter) 1890-1960
Barton, Amelia Foote 1845-1932
Barton, Clarence 1909-1932
Bartz, Lulu A. (Rutenber)  1901-1999
Bedell, George W. 1856-1935
Beers, Philo F. 1820-1891
Beken, Donald wed to Louise Smith  1937
Benedict, Wanda  1975 Organist for 60 Years
Benington, Arthur C. 1914-1999
Benjamin, Betty J. (Dodge)  1942-2013 
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, Kathryn A. (Decker)  1918-2000
Bissell, Mary Phillips 1833-1902
Bissell, Ora N. Telfer 1875-1967
Black, Margaret A. (Anderson) 1910-2003
Bloomfield, Allen J. 1883-1932
Blumenstock, Dr. David A.  Died 2001
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 
Bordinger, Jane (House)  1958-2001
Boyle, Elizabeth wed Dr. Arthur B. Rogers 1935
Breslin, Lillian Mae wed to Leonard Smith 
Breslin, Wilson A. 1914-1999
Bridges, Elsie Mary engaged to John Richard Ruhoff  About 1946 
Bridges, Kathleen L. (Enggaard Morley) 1921-2013 ...
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
Bronson, Nancy C. (Martin)  1937-2013
Brown, Harriet Geraldene wed to William Sargent 1930s
Brown, Stanley wed to Enna J. Herring  1931 
Bundy, Adrien E.  1916-2001
Bundy, C. Lynn wed to Sadie Woolley 1903 May
Bundy, Geraldine  1900-1999
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 189 -1962
Card, Floyd J. 1969-1955
Card, Frank  1865-1932
Card, Jennie M. (Seeber), Tilley,  1858-1931
Card, Luther Otis  1917-1999
Card, Pearl M.  1886-1960
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
Cevasco, Eloise G. (Williams) 1930-2003 Norwich
Chamberlain, Ada F. 76 Yrs.
Chamberlain, Grace I wed Hiram S. Boice 1947
Chamberlaine, John L. wed to Marie Telfer  1930
Chase, Dorothea Ada (Harrington) 1923-2001
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
Cisotto, Betty Jane (Travis)  1933-2002
Coffyn, Elsie (Joy)  1921-1999
Coffyn, George A  1873-1934
Colburn, Kenneth S.  1930-2001
Cole, Emerson C.  1933-1999
Coleman, James M.  Died about 1948
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 
Couse, Nadine (Richards)  1937-2001
Coy, Claude M. 1874-1932
Craig, Evalyn 1882-1931 
Crandall, Edith (Eldred) 1939-2002
Crandall, Irving 1853-1929
Crumb, Harold H.  1922-2002
Curtis, Charlotte  Died 1932

Daniels, Alice Gregory 1849-1931
Danielsen, Dagmar  1924-2002
Darling, Mildred F.  (Bemis)  1921-2002 
Dauchy, Walton T.  1925-2002 
Dutka, Victor  1919-2002
Davis, Mary  1848-1932
Davis, Ralph E. wed to Lulu P. Barton 1930
Decker, Ceylon wed to Beatrice Ellen Tripp  1932
Decker, Holly (Petersen)  1911-1999
Decker, Marilyn Elaine  Born 1935
Decker, Raymond C. 1943-2003 Morris NY Obituary
Deforest, Beatrice 1904-1919  Murder victim
DeForest, Grace wed to Lawrence V. Shields  1935
Delaware County Birthday Book--late 1800s, early 1900s 
Dibble Jr. Everest 1954-2013
Dibble, Robert C. wed to Katherine Mack 1958
Dickson, Agnes A.  1877-1930
Dixson, Mildred (Mead) 1907-2002
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
Dvoracek, Harriet (Nacken)  1929-1999
Dyckman, Robert W. 1886-1935 

Eccleston, Kenneth B.  1907-1999
Eccleston, Ruth C.  (Turner)  1908-2001
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, Catherine (Donlin)  1926-2001
Eldred, Ernest D.  1917-1999
Eldred, Gertrude  Died 1999
Eldred, Gladys Mae (Rood) 1937-2006 
Eldred, Kenneth  1931  Graduated from Lehigh University
Eldred, Walter wed to Dorothy Loucks  1930
Elliott, Edward 1918-2003
Elliott, George  1873-1932
Elliott, Jennie Elizabeth 1868-1932
Elliott, Johnb Russell  1948-1999
Elliott, Lura "Peg" 1922-1999
Elliott, Lydia Bemiss  1864-1931 
Elliott, Maxine wed to Robert Kramer  1940s
Elliott, Thomas  1867-1932 (Brother to George)
Ellis, Eliza A. (Burdick)  1847-1934
Ellis, Richmond wed to Gurda (Guida) Fuller  1930 
Enders, Louis A. W.  1922-2002
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
Fay, Mabel (Gifford)  1908-1999 
Fazio, Augustine J.  1937-2002 
Fenton,Virginia May 1928-1931
Ferguson, Eva (Barber) 1907-2000
Fitch, Claudine (McKnight)  1917-2002
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

Gage, Helen (Townsend)  1938-2002 
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, Katherine  1911-2000
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, Myron D. 1937-2003
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
Godley, G. McMutrie  1917-1999
Gloeckler wed to Julia Hall  1940s 
Goodspeed, Harris 81 yrs. Old
Gorton, Charles  1852-1934
Gould, William Alton  1879-1948
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
Gross, Rebecca  1984-2001
Guild, Virginia wed to Clifford Gregory

Halbert, Robert W. 1918-2001 
Hall, Annie M. 1879-1969
Hall, Dr. William Wallace  1862-1932 
Hall, John H. 1926-1999
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, George A. 1934-2006
Harrington, Kenneth A. 1909-1967
Harrington, Mary Gillette Born 1885
Harrington, Viola (Richards) 1911-2004
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, Anna P. (Hendrickson) 1927-2000
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, Helen wed to H. Perry Knight  1935
Hickling, Julia (Gregory)  1871-1940s
Hickling, Lillian M. (Hoose)  1907-2002 
Hickling, Martha Hutchins Born 1864
Hickling, Mary Marie Bundy 1857-1942
Hickling, William C. 1875-1944
Hickling, William wed to Gertrude Burdick  1900
Hill, Robert James 1925-2002
Hinman, Estelle Hewitt 1851-1932
Hinman, Ira 1851-1931
Hoag, Polly Bell (Johnson)  1924-2002
Hobson, Robert J.  1934-2013
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
Hollenbeck, Shirley (Cane) 1949-2001
Hollis, Edwin wed to Alice Cornell  Abt. 1934

Holdredge, William M.  1853-1931
Hoose, Mary D. 1850-1931
Hopkins, David  1846-1932 
Hopkins, Dorothy (Myers)  1924-2001 
Horey, Betty 1948-2002
Horner, Geraldine (Brown) Sargent 1918-2006
House, Benton C.  Died 1931
House, Jennie Harrington Lunn 1863-1929
Howard, Alice Louise wed to William Kent  ?1948
Howes, Vera (Boice)  1882-1969 
Hoyer, Leonard L.  1924-2001
Huestis, Stanley N. 1918-2001
Hughes, Denise (Morehouse) 1937-2012
Hughesm, Gordon T. 1933-2010 
Hull, Grace Rose 1859-1936
Hume, Lydia M. 1850-1932
Hunt, Rupert R.  1932-2000
Hunter, Nellie Hansen 1879-1962
Hurley, John  1944-2002
Hyde, George R.  1940-2006 

Isbell, Frank H.  1866 
Isler, John  1888-unknown 

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, Earl Clinton 1924-2013 
Johnson, Leverne  1910-1945
Johnson, Lucy Frances wed to Henry R. Washbon 1930 
Johnston Sr., William  1915-2001
Jorgensen, Eleanor Fitch Hickling 1875-1975 

Kaiser, Evelyn Johnson  1913-1935
Kane, Flossie M. wed to George A. Yerdon  About 1935
Kast, Dorothy (O'Hara)  1921-2001
Kehr, William wed to Dorothy Mae Vroman  About 1935
Kent, William wed to Alice Louise Howard  ?late 1940s
Kesel, Faith (Edgerton)  1922-2001
Kidder, George Thomas 1871-1929
Kipp, Marjorie Julia wed to Herbert M. Walling  1946
Knapp, Albert  Arrest for Arson  1932
Knight, H. Perry wed to Helen (Rood) Hickling  1935
Knight, Violet D.  1924-2002
Knoch, Adrian  Died 1931
Knoch, Mary A. 1843-1928
Klindt, Viggo J. wed to Vera Thurston 1923
Klindt, Viggo J. 1877-1948
Klingman, George J.  1929-2002
Knickerbocker, Lionel Born 1874 
Kolvik, Loretta B.  1925-2002
Kramer, Robert wed to Maxine Elliott  1940s 
Kuhn, Georgia Lee  1953-2002

Ladd, Frank 1856-1929
Lamb, Audree L.  1937-2013
Lamb, Gladys M. (Southwick)  1906-2001
Lanning, Dr. Charles wed to Lillian Paddock About 1935
Lanning, Sylvia wed to Horton Clarence Mosher  1930
Lasher, Ralph H.  1936-2001
Latcher, Dr. Marshall
Lawrence, Charles H.  1850-1930
Lawrence, Lynn A. 1875-1935
Leach, Beatrice (Van Warner)  1907-2003
Leech, Arthur G.  1927-2002
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 
Lyon, Rev. Wilfred L.  1914-2000

Mack, Catherine Louise Duroe 1833-1925
Mack, Dean 1888-1959
Mack, William Emory 1864-1926
Mann, Charlotte  (McElroy)  1910-2006
Mansfield, Ella  1848-1932
Marcellus, Erwina Telfer 1904-1965
Mason, Frank  1910-2002
Mason, Veronica (Smith)  1917-2006
Matteson, Mary  1856-1931
McClellan, Dr. John M.  1865-1931
McIntosh, Clarence wed to Isabelle Gardner  1941
McKenna, Marie (Zeller)  1908-2002
McLean, Clyde E.  1926-2002

McNitt, Carrie Jacobs 1867-1932
Mele, Frank wed to Helen Webster  1930
Melius, Percy G.  1913-2002 
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, Elizabeth (Holl)  1933-2000
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
Montgomery, Ruby (Clapper) Goodier  1911-2002
Moore, Margaret P.  1909-2002
Morehouse, Benjamin B. wed to Alta Wagner 1933
Morehouse, John Gould  1873-1935
Morehouse, Miss Ella Augusta 1882-1974
Morehouse, Mrs. Ella Benjamin 1859
Morris Central School Notes  1932
Morris, Mianda (Wilson)  1923-2002
Morris, Dr. Lewis R. visits President Hoover 
Mosher, Horton Clarence wed to Sylvia Lanning  1930
Mulqueen, Matty  1908-2002
Musk, Florence E. (Austin)  1907-2002
Musson, Alonzo B.  1904-1999
Musson, James F.  1915-1999 
Musson, Ruth (Smith)  1908-2002
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, Merton E.  
Naylor, Nelson 1873-1948
Nearing, Henry F. 1910-1951
Nearing, Martha J. (Mills) 1849-1934
Neuenhoff, Barbara (Lemakos)  1936-2002
Newton, George Daniel  1861-?1935
Nielsen, Henry W.  1904-1956 
Neilsen, Theta  1922-1999
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, Erford W.  1920-2001
Oliver, Clifford  1920-1935
Olds, Margaret H. wed to William F. Wolfendale  1930s
Ormsby, Nettie  1884-1936 (Wife of Raymond Ormsby)
Ormsby, Raymond  1869-1948
Osborne, Lois Ann  1939-2002
Owen, Gwen O. to wed Dewitt I. Taber  1931 
Owen, Hattie E. (Bundy)  1864-1932 

Paddock, Lillian wed to Dr. Charles Lanning  About 1935
Palen, Douglas G.  1950-2002 
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 
Payton, Dorothy (Amsden)  1917-2000
Peck, G. Clayton  1848-1932 
Pedwick, Gloria wed to Kenneth Gregory  1941
Pegg, Richard  1949-2002
Pegg, Rose M. (Carr)  1864-?1935
Perkins, Louis G. 1909-1975
Perry, Marcy  1908-1931
Perry, Sophia (Day) 1873-1956
Petersen, Ralph C.  1912-2002
Pickens, Claudene wed to Robert Stafford Abt. 1934
Pickens, Harlow M.  1913-1999 
Pierce, Clarence J.  1898-1931
Pierce, Harold F. 1896-1959
Pierce, Lavern wed to Nancy Coleman  1932
Place, Mrs. Leonard  1868-1932
Place, Virginia (Harrington)  1929-2002
Poling, LeRoy F.  1919-2002
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
Rhatigan, Mildred J.  1927-2002
Richards, Bruce J.  1927-1999
Richards, Juna (Adams)  1922-2012
Richards, William F. 1920-1999
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
Robison, Leland G.  1893-1960
Rockwell, Della (Finch)  1865-1956
Rockwell, Frances A. Paine 1871-1968
Rockwell, Muriel E.  1917-1999
Rogers, Dr. Arthur B. wed to Elizabeth Boyle 1935
Roosevelt, Governor  F. D. visited Central NY  1930
Rose, Mary wed to Claude VanWarner  1932
Roseboom, Marion (Emerson) 1917-2000
Rudolph, Warren J.  1923-1957
Rudnitski, Theresa (Musson)  1909-2002
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, Geraldine (Brown)  1918-2006
Sargent, Laura  1949-2002 
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
Schwarze, Helen A. (McKeever)  1908-2002 
Schworm, Christy M. (Beeching)  1970-2002
Schworm, Minnie  1895-1942
Seybolt, Mr. and Mrs. Alva  1931  50th Anniversary 
Seymour, Henry J.  1922-2002
Shattuck, Lewis B. wed to Mary Smith  1931
Shaw, John L. 1867-1932
Shillieto, Robert W.  1921-2002
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
Sprague, Marion (Livingston)  1911-2002
Stafford, James wed to Nelberta Armstrong 1956 
Stafford, Margaret (Austin)  1915-2002
Stafford, Miss Nellie 1879-1960
Stafford, Ralph S.  1917-1961
Stafford, Ralph S. wed to Lois Ward 1949 
Stafford, Richard B. 1908-1975 
Stafford, Robert wed to Claudene Pickens Abt. 1934
Stage Mail route Change from Morris to West Winfield 1930 
Stanhouse, Mary (Calhoun) Died 1999
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
Stebbins, Carla J. (Fitch)  1965-2002
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, Evelyn M. (Foote) 1927-2000
Stone, Sheffield  1856-1934
Strait, Kittie A. (Toombs)  About 1873-1930
Sutton, Harvey L. wed to Melvina Tamsett
Sutton, Mary (Wood)  1936-2006
Sweet, Dr. Ira Smith  1849-1932 (Bone-Setter)
Sweet, Martha A. (Brown)  1853-1932 (Wife of Dr. Ira Sweet)
Sweet, Mary Ann (Pylinski)  1925-2001 
Sweet, Robert L.  1912-2002
Swift, Barbara  1933-2013

Taber, Dewitt I. to wed Gwen O. Owen  1931
Taber, Fred wed to Hettie Harrison  1930
Talbot, Clare L. Wielage 1877-1957
Talbot, James F.  1911-2002
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
Tamas, Hilda (Perkins)  1914-2002
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
Tesla, Michael G.  1908-1999
Thayer, Harriett  1839-1931
Thompson, Charles E.  1874-1948
Thompson, Ruth E. (Sweet)  1925-2002
Thorpe, Lewis  1875-1960
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
Tiffany, Mason E.  1920-2001
Tiffany, Rose (Belden)  1927-2002
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 
Tracy, Richard Leon  1926-2002
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 
Vandusen, Donald  1918-2001 
Van Pelt, Bert wed to Rosie Pauline Hickling 1909
Van Pelt, Rosie Hickling 1869-1945
VanWarner, Claude wed to Mary Rose 1932
Vaughan, Thomas J.  1920-2002
Vaughn, William F.  Died 1931 
Vermilya, Dr. Charles E.  1872-1950
Vermilya, Goldie (Fausey)  1871-1936 
Vroman, Dorothy Mae wed to William Kehr  About 1935

Wade, Alford Andrew  1874-1957  
Wakeman, Henry Age 54 yrs
Wales, Gertrude  1904-1932
Wallace, Deanna (Miller)  1957-2001
Wallace, Stella (Eldred) 1967-1961
Walling, Herbert M. wed to Marjorie Julia Kipp  1946
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
Webster, Mary Fern (Dixson) 1892-1934
Webster, Rose Brimmer (Lull) 1890-1955
Welch, Elmer  1862-1934
Welch, Gertrude wed Valentine Hemmer 1931
Weller, Alice (Daniels) Barber  1908-2002
Wells, Benjamin L.  1928-2000
West, Minerva H. (Bennett)  1907-2002
West, William C. 1868-1932
Wheeler, Harry L.  Eight Year Old Shot at Play 1931
White, Jean (Whittemore)  1919-2002
Whitehall, Margaret (Lambert)  1950-2001
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.
Winnie, Harry Lee  1910-2002
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