Saturday, October 26, 2013

Ekland, Marina Anne Nov. 6-8, 2003 New Lisbon NY Obituary

Marina A. Eklund

NEW LISBON — Marina Anne Eklund, 2 days old, died Saturday, Nov. 8, 2003, at Albany Medical Center.
She is the infant daughter of Robert and Lisa Eklund. She is survived by her three sisters, Gina, Katiemarie and Gabrielle Eklund. She is also survived by her maternal grandparents, Glenn and Mona Waffle of Morris; her paternal grandparents, Robert and Helen Eklund of New Berlin; her parents, Robert and Lisa Eklund of New Lisbon; as well as many loving aunts, uncles and cousins.
There will be no calling hours and memorial services will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, pray for your children.
Arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Nov. 11, 2003.

Finnigan, Eleanor (Henrich) 1932-2003 Gilbertsville NY Obituary

Eleanor Finnigan

GILBERTSVILLE — Eleanor Henrich Finnigan, 70, of Gilbertsville, died Saturday, Sept. 27, 2003, at her home in Gilbertsville.
She was born on Nov. 28, 1932, in Chicago, Ill., daughter of the late Karl and Augusta (Feld) Henrich.
She married John Finnigan in New York City, on Sept. 13, 1958. Mrs. Finnigan came to Gilbertsville in 1959 with her husband.
She was employed for many years at the former Gilbertsville Central School. She was a member of the Holy Cross Church of Morris, and a member of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel of Osprey, Fla.
She is survived by her husband, John Finnigan, of Gilbertsville; a son, John M. Finnigan and his wife, Jomary, and their children, Joseph, Patrick and Sara of Maitland, Fla., a daughter, Monica Finnigan Buchholz and her husband, Ted, and their children, Ana, Ben, Max, Louise, Karl and Teddy Buchholz of Charlottesville, Va. and a son, Thomas B. Finnigan of Gilbertsville. She is also survived by her brother, Tom Henrich and his wife, Paula, and their children, Kristin, Paul and Michelle of Cincinnati, Ohio.
There will be no calling hours.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at the Holy Cross Church in Morris, at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2003, with the Rev. John Burns officiating. Committal services and burial will follow at the Brookside Cemetery in Gilbertsville.
Friends are invited back to the Finnigan home after the burial service for refreshments.
In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to make donations to the Holy Cross Church, Morris, NY 13808, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Osprey, FL 34229 or the Gilbertsville Emergency Squad, Gilbertsville, NY 13776.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Sept. 29, 2003.

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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Harris, Ada Y. 1915-2003 Morris NY Obituary



Ada Y. Harris

MORRIS — Ada, born Adah Yvonne, passed away on Oct. 20, 2002, at the Harding Nursing Home in Waterville, where she was staying for rehabilitation. Since it seemed that her problem was only a broken ankle that was stubborn in mending, the abrupt onset of breathing problems, and her death several days later, took everyone, including Ada, by surprise.
A general public announcement of her death was withheld by her trustees for a protracted time in order to protect the antique shop/home premises, containing her lifetime's work, left uninhabited and vulnerable.
Ada was born Jan. 18, 1915, youngest child of William Henry Harris and Winifred Yates Harris of Morris.
She graduated from Morris High School, and then, in 1937, from Oneonta Normal School, teaching school just briefly. In 1938 she opened her first antique shop, Brookside Antiques of Morris. Her career in antiques was interrupted for only a couple of years, during World War II, when she labored at the Bendix defense plant in Sidney.
In 1948, after the death of her beloved mother, Winifred, she sold Brookside and moved to a farm outside of West Winfield, where she opened another antique shop, dedicated to "country antiques in the rough." There she remained until just a month before her death, removed from her family, leading a semi-reclusive life.
Ada did, however, remain in spirited lifelong correspondence with certain friends and cousins, while cultivating good new friends among her neighbors, business clientele, and fellow antique dealers.
And she became one of the best-known antique dealers and experts in New York state, while also being known as a "real character" with decidedly eccentric ways. It seems that everyone, among neighbors, clientele and fellow dealers, has a favorite "Ada story."
She was a night person, working into the wee hours then sleeping late. She vociferously resented anyone who rang her bell before noon, and, even during permitted hours, you didn't get in her front door unless she liked the looks of you or you talked the talk that was on her wavelength. And very few people were ever admitted to her inner-sanctums, where she kept the stuff that meant the most to her. In many ways, to most people, Ada was a woman of mystery. The quote under Ada's picture in her high school yearbook is "I just want to be left alone." Basically she arranged her life to achieve that aim. Yet she also managed to reach out to many who will never forget her, who will always miss her salt-and-peppery self.
Ada was proud of her Yates family heritage, and preservation of that family history was one of her chief concerns. Her great-grandfather was Dr. William Yates, baronet, born in 1767 to the manor of Sapperton, Burton-on-Trent, England — cousin to Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel and to the philanthropist John Howard. Having been on the staff of ancient St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London, and a colleague of Dr. Jenner's, the originator of the smallpox vaccine, Dr. Yates, of a philanthropic bent himself, was the first to bring the smallpox vaccine to America, to Philadelphia in 1799. It is possible that it was Dr. Yates who personally administered the vaccine to ex-President John Adams, who did receive a vaccination on one of his trips through Philadelphia.
Whilst in Philadelphia, Dr. Yates struck up a friendship with Judge Cooper, founder of Cooperstown and father of James Fenimore Cooper. Dr. Yates accompanied Cooper up the Susquehanna with an eye to purchasing property. In Morris, then called Butternuts, Dr. Yates became captivated by a tall, lovely blonde, the daughter of prominent settlers, Ichabod B. Palmer and his wife, Mary Wakelee, lately of Brookfield, Conn.
Dr. Yates and Hannah Palmer were married and, in 1801, he took his bride back to England where she was presented to King George III's queen, Charlotte. During the bridal couple's year in England, the doctor devolved the manor of Sapperton and his baronetcy in favor of his younger brother Harry, settled his financial affairs and, in 1802, returned to Butternuts, there to live the life of a gentleman farmer and doctor to all who needed help, with no fees charged — becoming the patriarch of a large, exceptionally well-educated family.
In late February of 1857, when summoned to attend a patient on a remote farm, the still vigorous Dr. Yates, just short of his 90th birthday, rode out into sub-zero weather. On his return home he found that one of his feet was frozen. He remarked to Hannah that most likely gangrene would set in and kill him. It did.
Ada was a farm girl, and throughout her life she practiced that farm heritage, sometimes raising farm animals, always growing, canning, preserving and drying much of her own food. But she also inherited a profound respect for, and concern for, history — of her family but also of colonial and 19th Century New York country society in general. She dedicated her life to studying, collecting and preserving colonial and rural 19th Century artifacts: art work, household utensils, agricultural and architectural items — excited always with the history behind any object, rather than by its condition.
A special study was that of antique wallpaper, and one wallpaper company specializing in reproductions honored her when they reproduced an ancient wallpaper that she had rescued from oblivion. They named their reproduction the "Ada Harris." Ada was always eager to teach any, who were willing to sit and listen as she imparted her knowledge of New York State rural history.
With her death we lost one of our most knowledgeable experts in that regard. How sad that we only, just now, begin to realize that fact. But the world of antiques and history can be thankful that Ada cared enough to recognize the importance of "everyday" items, to collect them and to preserve them — thousands upon thousands of items which would simply have been tossed, and so lost — but which now are being treasured by those with the smarts to appreciate their historical and societal importance.
Aside from her passion for history — family and societal — and for antiques and gardens, Ada was passionate in regard to issues of environment and conservation. She prided herself that her household produced only one small bag of trash a month. All else was in some way reused. Ada even dried and reused paper towels.
Then, very importantly, there were her animals. For close to 60 years Ada's closest friends and companions, those beings in whom she was able to place absolute trust and affection, were not people — for, beginning in childhood, people, sometimes those closest to her, traumatized, wounded, confused, or alienated her, and she was hesitant to trust and to love. It was to the dogs and cats who shared her home that she was able to give unqualified trust and affection, and receive trust and affection in return. On their behalf she developed an active interest in ending the abuse of, and promoting the humane treatment of, all animals.
Those few of us in whom she did finally place her trust — trusting us to see that her wishes are carried out, that certain collections are passed on and preserved as a heritage for all, and that her hard-earned funds go to furthering the work and passions of her lifetime — are aware of the honor done to us. We will not fail her.
Ada desired that all that she had worked for would go to organizations which she carefully researched and selected, which organizations would preserve her goods and use them to inform, instruct and educate the public, while using her funds for the furtherance of those causes to which she was passionately devoted.
Those desiring to make contributions in her memory may consider any of these, her four beneficiaries. The New York State Historical Association (Cooperstown), the New England Historical and Genealogical Society (Boston), the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NYC), or Spring Farm CARES Animal Sanctuary (Clinton).
Ada was predeceased by her "Papa," William, who died after an auto accident in 1923, by her mother, Winifred, and her siblings, Collis Paschal Harris, Erie Corinne Colvin, Avis Lorraine Paden and Winston Harris.
She is survived by nieces, Rosalie Smith and Winifred Talbot; nephews, William and Winston Harris, by numerous cousins; by caring friends who sorely miss the irreplaceable Ada and who wish that she was still around to teach us and to entertain us; and by her cherished dog.
As per Ada's wishes, her ashes will be interred in the grave of her beloved mother, Winifred Yates Harris, whose grave is in the Yates plot at Hillington Cemetery, Morris. The service for the extraordinary Ada will be at that graveside at 1 p.m. on Nov. 8, 2003, overseen by Johnston Funeral Home of Morris, and conducted by Father Witt of Zion Episcopal Church of Morris, a church which Dr. William Yates and his family were instrumental in organizing and building. At 3:30 p.m., Ada's friends and neighbors are invited to her home, 9869 Route 20, 2 miles West of West Winfield, 1/2 mile east of Bridgewater, corner Route 20 and East Street, for a party to celebrate the life of Ada and to trade fond memories of our gal.

Published in The Daily Star on Nov. 4, 2003.

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Harrington, Alwin James 1927-2003 Burlington NY Obituary

Alwin J. Harrington

BURLINGTON — Alwin James Harrington, 75, died Sunday, April 6, 2003, at his home in Burlington.
He was born Oct. 8, 1927, in Northville, the son of Fred and Hazel (Blowers) Harrington.
He married Betty Gail Simmons on May 7, 1952, at the Methodist Parsonage in Edmeston.
One of Alwin's earliest employment was at the Wust Sawmill in Edmeston; later he was a farmer for Earl Chapin in Pittsfield; and his final employment was for the Village of Morris. After retirement Alwin enjoyed being a gentleman farmer at his homestead in Burlington, raising calfs for veal, chickens and dairy cows. He was an avid gardener, and when he wasn't tending to his vegetables, he would be landscaping his yard.
Alwin loved his family, which included teasing each of his children and their spouses, and preparing meals for all — he was a fantastic cook.
Alwin is survived by his wife, Betty, of 50 years; his sons, Tom Harrington and companion, Jean, of Norwich, Richard and Lisa Harrington of Sherburne, Jack Harrington and companion, Sandy, of Sherburne, and Randy and Wilma Harrington of New Berlin; his daughters and sons-in-law, Larry and Jeri Rivenburgh of Laurens, Clark and Kathy Utter of Cooperstown Junction, Robert and Barbara Jones of Unadilla Forks, and Stewart and Amy Tuttle of New Berlin; 23 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren; his brothers and sisters-in-law, Daniel and Joyce Harrington of New Berlin, James and Sue Harrington of Edmeston, and Howard Harrington of Hope, Kan.; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Alwin was predeceased by his parents; his son, William James Harrington; his brothers, Fred, Ronald, Donald and Harold Harrington; and his sister, Irene Tice.
Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, April 8, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, April 9, at 11 a.m. at the Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston, with Catskill Area Hospice Chaplain Jay Henderson officiating.
Interment will be in the spring at Edmeston Union Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Alwin's memory to the Catskill Area Hospice, envelopes will be available at the funeral home.
Arrangements by Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston.

Published by The Daily Star on April 7, 2003.

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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Haynes, Maurice C. 1925-2003 Maple Grove NY Obituary

Maurice C. Haynes

MAPLE GROVE — Maurice Charles Haynes, 77, of Maple Grove, died Monday, Oct. 6, 2003, at the Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown, with his family and his pastor at his side.
He was born on Dec. 21, 1925, in the town of Morris, the son of Verner Charles Haynes and Leatha (Sweet) Haynes.
He married Margaret O'Hara on June 23, 1949, a marriage of over 53 years.
He was a well known carpenter and painter in the Butternut Valley. He was a proud member of the River Street Baptist Church of Oneonta.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret, of Maple Grove; his children, Cindy Gilbert and companion Al Martin of Gilbertsville, and Tom Haynes and his wife, Donna of Dover, N.H.; a sister, Lila Swantak of South Kortright; his grandchildren, Tara Gilbert Finch and husband Bert of Mount Upton, Keri Gilbert of Charlotte, N.C., Kristyn Gilbert Ryan and husband Eric of Norwich, Alicia Haynes Smart and husband Jared of Dover; a great-grandson, Aiden Ryan of Norwich. Also his special friends, Toto and Pooch.
He was predeceased by his daughter, Angelia Haynes, who died in 1982.
Calling hours will be on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2003, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris. Funeral services will be on Friday, Oct. 10, 2003, at 11 a.m. at the River Street Baptist Church in Oneonta, with the Rev. Mel Farmer officiating.
Committal services and burial will be in Brookside Cemetery in Gilbertsville, in the afternoon at the convenience of the family.
In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to donate to the Angelia Haynes Memorial Fund, care of Cindy Gilbert, P.O. Box 237, Gilbertsville, NY 13776.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

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

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Hoose, Cecil E. 1931-2003 Portlandville NY Obituary

Cecil E. Hoose

PORTLANDVILLE — Cecil E. Hoose, 72, of Portlandville, died early Tuesday morning, Nov. 11, 2003, at his home.
He was born on April 8, 1931, in Oneonta, a son of Harold S. and Marian (Champlin) Hoose. Raised in Mount Vision, Cecil graduated from Laurens Central School with the Class of 1948. Following graduation he became involved in dairy farming.
On Aug. 5, 1951, he married Mary Jones in the Hartwick Methodist Episcopal Church. Together they continued dairy farming, owning and operating the Ce-Ran Farm in Mt. Vision until his retirement in 1981. For the next 15 years he indulged his passion for selling land by becoming a real estate agent and operating Mt. Vision Realty.
Cecil was a dedicated member of Laurens Lodge No. 548, Free and Accepted Masons. During his term as Master in 1970, the Lodge acquired and dedicated their present building and he was currently serving as the Chairman of their Building Committee. Most recently he was the recipient of the Dedicated Service Award presented by the Grand Lodge, F.&A.M. of the State of New York.
For most of his adult life he was a member of the Mt. Vision Fire Department, also served on the Board of the Mt. Vision Cemetery Association, and was also a member of the Mt. Vision United Methodist Church. An avid old car enthusiast, he was a member of the REO Club of America and The Reminiscer's Antique Car Club of Oneonta. He enjoyed the outdoors, especially hunting and trapping, and was a member of the Three Rivers Coon Hunters' Association. He also enjoyed gardening.
He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Mary, of Portlandville; his son, Randall S. Hoose and Judy Dennis of Cooperstown; his daughter, Priscilla Kaye Osterhoudt and her husband, Darrell of Jefferson City, Mo.; his grandchildren, Dana Osterhoudt of Missouri and Randall S. Hoose Jr. and Samantha Hoose, residing in Laurens with their mother, Margaret Hoose; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins, including a special nephew, Jim Garvin Jr. of Fly Creek, and a special niece, Sharon Baumgartner of Amery, Wis.
A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14, 2003, at the Connell, Dow & Deysenroth Funeral Home in Cooperstown with Mr. Richard Sliter, pastor of Aldrich Baptist Church in North Franklin, officiating. Burial will follow in Mt. Vision Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2003, when Cecil's family will be in attendance. A Masonic Memorial Service will be conducted at 8:30 p.m., that evening, by Brothers of Laurens Lodge No. 548, F.&A.M.
In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy in the form of memorial gifts may be made to Laurens Lodge No. 548, F.&A.M., care of Sec't. Robert Bennett, 215 Crawford Road, Otego, NY 13825 or Catskill Area Hospice Hope Foundation, 542 Main St., Oneonta, NY 13820.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Connell, Dow & Deysenroth Funeral Home in Cooperstown.

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

Krupp, Edward V. 1948-2003 Garrattsville NY Obituary



Edward V. Krupp

GARRATTSVILLE — Edward Victor Krupp, 54, (but he didn't look it) of Garrattsville, died unexpectedly on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2003.
He was born Nov. 10, 1948, in Teaneck, N.J., the son of Edward Victor Krupp Sr. and Pearl K. (Paulson) Krupp.
He married Mary Fusco on Sept. 14, 1985, at their home in Garrattsville.
He was president of Co-optics of America in Oneonta. He was a past member of the "Toastmasters" of Oneonta and Norwich. He was a member of the Thursday Night Bowling League (Fatman Computers Team) at Holiday Lanes. He had coached "The Bantams," a youth bowling league for the past 12 years.
He was a dedicated runner and participated in many area races, the most recent being the "Pit Run" finishing with a time of 50.59.
He will be sadly missed by his business partners and employees and his many contacts in the optical industry.
He is survived by his beloved wife, Mary, of Garrattsville; his children, Marlana Marie Krupp at home, and Joseph Jerome. His sisters, Elaine Kallio of Fairfax, Va., Margaret Galvin and her husband, Tom of Merrimack, N.H., Karen Price and her husband, Bill of Chester. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; one of the nieces who was like a daughter to him was Joanna Donofrio.
He was predeceased by a sister, Anne Rotondo.
There will be no calling hours.
Memorial services will be held on Sunday, Oct. 26, 2003, at 2 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 12 Ford Ave., Oneonta.
In lieu of flowers, it is suggested that donations be made to the Garrattsville Emergency Squad in his memory.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Oct. 14, 2003.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Lull, Howard J. 1919-2003 Edmeston NY Obituary

Howard J. Lull

EDMESTON — Howard J. Lull Jr., 84, of Edmeston, died Thursday, Oct. 23, 2003, at his home.
He was born June 19, 1919, in Oneonta, the son of Howard J. Lull Sr., and Glenadore (Ackley) Lull.
He married Rena Allen on Aug. 1, 1944, at the Methodist Church in Biloxi, Miss.
Howard, affectionately known as Coach, retired from Edmeston Central School where he had taught Social Studies, Physical Education, Health, and Drivers Ed. Additionally, he coached football, baseball, basketball, volleyball, golf and bowling.
He was a member of the Wharton Valley American Legion Post No. 1311, serving his country as a Staff Sergeant in the Army Air Corps from 1942-1945.
Howard was inducted to the Section IV New York State Public High School Athletic Association, Hall of Fame 1992, and the Tri Valley Hall of Fame in 2001.
He was a past member of the Edmeston Fire Department, the New York State Teachers Association, and past president of the Edmeston Rotary.
Howard enjoyed life. He encouraged many students to go the extra mile not only in sports but in their life.
He was a terrific friend, loving husband and super dad, and his granddaughters' idol.
Howard is survived by his wife of 59 years, Rena; his daughters, Rena Mae Lull of Cooperstown, and Rita Lee and Roger Clark of Lyons; and two granddaughters, Karen and her husband, Brian Hart and Elizabeth Clark.
Memorial services will be held on Saturday, Nov. 1, 2003, at 11 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in Edmeston, with the Rev. Fred Albrecht and the Rev. John Blackman, officiating.
A family reception will be held at the Edmeston Fire House following the service.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Howard's name to the Edmeston Emergency Squad, envelopes will be available at the church.
Arrangements by Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston.

Published in The Daily Star on Oct. 24, 2003.

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Osborn, Irene (Davis) 1908-2003 Edmeston NY Obituary

Irene Osborn

EDMESTON — Irene Osborn, 94, of Burlington Flats, died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2003, at The Meadows in Middlefield.
She was born Oct. 7, 1908, in Edmeston, the daughter or Irwin and Lena Delphina (Sitts) Davis.
She married Clayton Osborn on Nov. 19, 1924, in Edmeston. He predeceased her on July 9, 1973.
Irene was a devoted mother and wife. She is honored by her family and all who knew her and have received the comfort of her presence.
She was a member of the Burlington Flats Baptist Church and The Friendly Neighbors Club.
As a homemaker she was noted for her baking skills which included breads, pies and molasses cookies. Irene also tended her home and family with her knitting, crocheting and her flower and vegetable gardens. Her leisure time was spent reading and memorizing poetry.
Irene is survived by her children and their spouses, Margery and Stewart Emhof, Janice and Max Kennedy, Bradley C. and Rose Osborn, Donald Osborn and his special friend, Irene, and Duane E. and Carolyn Osborn; her sister, Edna Palmater; 10 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Irene was also predeceased by her grandson, Christopher; and her two sisters, Gladys Marr and Mildred Brownell.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, Sept. 22, 2003, at 10 a.m. at the Burlington Flats Baptist Church, with Pastor Jay Henderson officiating.
Calling hours will be held on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2003, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston.
Interment will be at the Burlington Flats Cemetery following the service.
Contributions may be made in Irene's memory to either the Burlington Flats Baptist Church or the Catskill Area Hospice.
Arrangements by Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston.

Published in The Daily Star on Sept. 19, 2003.

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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Park, Kathryn (Saunders) 1923-2013 Gilbertsville NY Obituary

ONEONTA-KATHRYN S. PARK; Kathryn S. Park, 90, passed away peacefully on September 26, 2013 at A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital. She was born in Gilbertsville on April 8, 1923 to the late Archie and Emily (Halbert) Saunders. Kathryn graduated from Gilbertsville Central School. She married Walter D. Park in September of 1954. She was employed by Scintilla where she met her husband. Once they started their family she became a homemaker. Her family meant the world to her. She loved to cook and bake and was known for her delicious pies. She will be dearly missed by her friends and family. Kathryn was predeceased by her husband Walter Park. She is survived by her daughter Rosemary and Donald Haynes, her son Walter and Rhonda Park, her daughter Jean and William Hoag. She is also survived by grandchildren James (Kathy) Ellis, Richmond (Wendy) Ellis, Rochelle Bellamy, Walter (Lauren) Park, Brittany Park, Courtney Park, Joshua (Stephanie) Taylor and Brett (Abbie) Taylor, several great grandchildren and her brother Norman Saunders. At her request there will be no calling hours or funeral service. Friends and family are invited to a celebration of life in her honor on Friday, October 4, 2013 at the VFW, West Main Street, Sidney, NY from 2:30- 6:30 P.M.

Published on the Johnston Funeral Home at Morris, NY site on Sept. 26, 2013.

Scrivener, Gladys (Mclean) 1930-2003 Pittsfield NY Obituary



Gladys Scrivener

PITTSFIELD — Gladys M. Scrivener, 72, of Pittsfield, died Sunday, Aug. 31, 2003, at her home in Pittsfield.
She was born on Sept. 23, 1930, in the town of Burlington, one of 17 children, born to Willard Mclean and Ella (Southworth) Mclean.
She was married to Harold Scrivener on March 31, 1952, in Burlington.
She had been employed by the New Berlin Shoe Factory and Simmons Precision of Norwich.
She is survived by her husband, Harold, of Pittsfield; her children, Michele Sprague and her husband, Jeff of Summit Lake, Kevin Scrivener and his wife, Terri of Edmeston, Mitchell Scrivener and his wife, Karen of Plymouth; grandchildren include: Erik, Erin, Evan and Ashley Scrivener. She was one of 17 children and is also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins.
There will be no calling hours and at Gladys' request; she is to be cremated at Hillington Crematory and no services held.
The family requests that expressions of sympathy be done by donations to the Alzheimer's Association, Northeastern New York Chapter, Leatherstocking Branch, P.O. Box 1364, Oneonta, NY 13820. Envelopes are available at the Johnston Funeral Home, 60 Broad St., Morris, NY.

Published in The Daily Star on Sept. 2, 2003.


Gladys Scrivener

PITTSFIELD — Expressions of sympathy by donations for Gladys Scrivener, who passed away Aug. 31, 2003, can be made to the Alzheimer's Association, Northeastern New York Chapter, Leatherstocking Branch, Health Center, Room 113, State University College at Oneonta, Oneonta, NY 13820.

Published in The Daily Star on Sept. 11, 2003.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Springett, Henry R. 1917-2003 Morris NY Obituary

Henry R. Springett

MORRIS — Henry Richard Springett, 85, of Morris, died Tuesday, June 24, 2003, at his home in Morris.
He was born in Hubbardsville, on July 13, 1917, the son of John Merton Springett and Ethel (Larrabee) Springett.
He married Irene (Palmer) Springett in 1945, in Sidney. He was a lifelong area resident and had operated his own independent excavating business all of his adult life. Henry was an avid supporter of the local American Legion Post.
He is survived by his son, Alan Springett and wife, Karen of Bainbridge; a daughter, Barbara Gardner and husband, Stuart of North Carolina; his grandchildren, Joshua, Erica and Alaina Springett and Michael and Stuart Gardner Jr.; several great-grandchildren; a brother, Lyle Springett of Morris; and two sisters, Alta and Leona; as well as his special friends, Eddie and Lorraine Lynch of Bridgeport, Conn.
Calling hours will be from 1 p.m. Friday until 2 p.m. at which time the funeral service will be conducted at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris, with the Rev. Ann Blair officiating.
It is the family's request that in lieu of flowers, those who wish make contributions to the Morris Emergency Squad in his memory.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on June 26, 2003.

Stark, Vincent C. 1939-2003 Gilbertsville NY Obituary

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Vincent C. Stark

GILBERTSVILLE — Vincent C. Stark, 64, of Gilbertsville, died Friday, July 25, 2003, at The Meadows in Middlefield.
He was born in the town of Butternuts on April 16, 1939, the son of the late Frank and Laura (Todd) Stark.
He was a professional truck driver, having driven for TRL of Pittston, Pa., Todd Trucking of Otego and was the foreman for Ron Allen Trucking during the construction of I-88.
He was active in the Emmaus Community and was a member of the United Methodist Church of Morris. He was a former member of the Baptist Church of Gilbertsville and a former member of the New Berlin Emergency Squad.
He was a political activist and had served his country as a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Vince is survived by his friend and companion, Elsie Colburn of Gilbertsville; a son, Stephen Stark and wife, Roxanne, of Clarence, and four other children; two sisters, Dianne Cardwell and John of Parsippany, N.J., and Cynthia Young of Franklin; a sister-in-law, Lura Todd of Morris; grandchildren include Lauren, Wesley and Alicia Stark, and three others; special grandchildren, Jennifer and Bridgette Colburn; two uncles; three aunts, several nieces nephews, cousins and many dear and close friends. He is also survived by Elsie's children and grandchildren, who loved him as a father and granddad.
He was predeceased by a daughter, Elizabeth Frederick; and a brother, Howard Todd.
There will be no calling hours.
A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 2, 2003, in the United Methodist Church in Morris, with the Rev. Ann Blair officiating. Burial will follow in the Brookside Cemetery in Gilbertsville.
In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to make contributions in his memory to either the United Methodist Church Improvement Fund, 5 Church St., Morris, NY 13808 or the Emmaus Scholarship Fund, care of Wyoming Annual Conference, P.O. Box 58, Endicott, NY 13760-0058.
Funeral arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on July 28, 2003.

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Sunday, October 6, 2013

Stickles, Minerva (Simonds) 1911-2003 Burlington NY Obituary

Minerva Stickles

BURLINGTON — Minerva Stickles, 91, of Burlington, died Sunday, Sept. 21, 2003, at the A.O. Fox Nursing Home in Oneonta.
She was born Oct. 15, 1911, in the town of Exeter, the oldest of eight children of Ralph Simonds and Leona (Higbie) Simonds.
She married Robert E. Stickles in Mount Upton, in 1935. He died Oct. 3, 1983.
She was a member of the Burlington Green Baptist Church for many years, Home Bureau, the Edmeston Senior Citizens Club, and the Baptist Missionary Group. She also involved herself in many neighborhood activities including: the mother/daughter banquets, which she proudly attended with her daughters-in-law and granddaughters.
She was a wonderful cook, gardener, homemaker, mom and grandma, while always caring for family members and others. She had a great love of nature especially her birds.
She is survived by her sons, Robert L. Stickles and his companion, Carol Brown of Fly Creek, and Edwin C. Stickles and his wife, Peggy of Schuyler Lake; her grandchildren, Kevin Lee Stickles and his companion, Heather Slater, Peggy Sue Schilling and her husband, Glenn, Tammy Bianchine, Jill E. Ludemann and her husband, William; her great-grandchildren, Brittany F. and Whitney J. Schilling, Kyle Stickles, Tyler Bianchine, Ryan Ludemann; a daughter-in-law, Leona Utter; as well as several nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her sisters, Pauline Clearey and Madeline Wallace; and a brother, Lyman Simonds.
She was predeceased by her other siblings, Dellevan, Damon, Walter and Ralph Simonds.
Calling hours will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2003, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, at 2 p.m. at the Burlington Green Baptist Church, with the Rev. John Young, pastor officiating. Committal services and burial will be in the Burlington Green Cemetery.
Arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Sept. 23, 2003.

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Waite, Lee L. 1933-2003 Director of Otsego County Fair More Than 30 Years.

Lee L. Waite

EDMESTON — Lee L. Waite, 70, of Edmeston, passed away Monday, Sept. 15, 2003, at his home in Edmeston.
He was born April 10, 1933, in Pittsfield, the son of Arthur and Ethel (Patrick) Waite.
He married Avis Stephens on Sept. 19, 1959.
Lee was a dairy farmer and cattle hauler. He had a love of horses especially draft, and enjoyed watching horse shows, pulls, etc.
Lee served as a director of the Otsego County Fair for more than 30 years and was later made honorary director.
Lee was a member of the Second Baptist Church in Edmeston and the Wharton Valley Grange.
Lee also instilled strong moral values to his offspring; with the help of his wife, Avis, they provided a homestead of love. Lee's grandchildren provided him with the special joy of spoiling and then sending them home to their parents.
He will be remembered by many for his smile, his humor and his steadfastness through the many trials of his life.
Lee is survived by his wife of 43 years, Avis; his children and their spouses, Ethel and Robin Diehl, Barb and Rick Bateman, Lauren and Tammy Waite, James and Brenda Waite and Melanie Burchill; his eight grandchildren, Preston, Darcy, Lance, Sabrina, Hannah, Bryden, Taylor and Josie; and one great-grandchild, Brooke; his brothers, Earl Waite of East Syracuse, and Roger Waite of Evansville, Ind.; and numerous nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and great-nephews.
A reception in memory of Lee will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, 2003, at the Edmeston Fire House, Edmeston. Luncheon to follow.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lee's memory to either the Second Baptist Church, 7 North St., Edmeston or the Edmeston Emergency Squad. Envelopes will be available at the firehouse.
Arrangements by Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston.

Published in The Daily Star on Sept. 17, 2003.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Our Family Situation


Ralph and me in Nov. 2011


As some of you know, our family has been dealing with my 87 yr. old husband's health problems.
He had renal failure in June due to an enlarged prostate.  The lousy nemesis of many older men.
He had 2 options:  Prostate removal or live with a catheter the rest of his life.  He preferred the
surgery even if it risked his life.
On 9/9/13 he had the TURP (Trans Urethral Resection of the Prostate) and came through the surgery
fine despite numerous health issues.  The catheter was removed a week later and Hallelujah.  All was
working as nature intended.
Of course, at his age prostate cancer was suspected for several years, but it is generally slow growing
and no treatment is the usual course of action.  He did have prostate cancer as the specimen showed from surgery.
Two days after surgery, he started complaining of back pain.  I figured it was probably from operating
room table maneuvering.  The pain persisted and when seen for it, he was sent for a bone scan.
So much for slow growing prostate cancer.  It has spread into his bones.  I hate cancer.
His condition has slowly deteriorated since June and I wasn't even sure he was strong enough to undergo
the prostate surgery.  Unfortunately, now we know why the downward spiral.
We are lined up for 3 Oncology doctor visits this week and all that entails to deal with.  Already we are
doing our best to keep him safe, comfortable, and nourished at home.
Our son lives with us,  he covers the night shift and I do the day shift.
So, there may be lapses of time when I don't get to add more posts on here.
Thank you for any prayers.

I hope you and your families are well.  Donna

Washburn, Richard M. 1948-2003 Graduated from Morris Central School

Richard Washburn

FARMINGTON — Richard M. "Dick" Washburn of Farmington, died May 8, 2003, at Fairview University Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minn., following a lengthy illness.
Dick was born Feb. 22, 1948, at A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital in Oneonta, to Douglass and Gertrude Washburn.
He graduated from Morris Central School, Morrisville Agricultural and Technical College and SUNY at Buffalo, where he received a degree in civil engineering.
He moved to the Rochester area where he founded Brite Associates, an engineering and land surveying firm.
Dick enjoyed the sport of shooting and custom designed some of his own firearms. He was an avid outdoorsman and had a passion for the variety of activities the outdoors has to offer. He was a skilled marksman (both with gun and bow). He loved to hunt, fish, camp and boat. Until his illness, he was an active member of the Victor Gun Club.
His warm smile and gentle manner will be missed by all fortunate enough to have been blessed by his acquaintance.
Special thanks to all the doctors, nurses and staff on the Heart Transplant Unit at Fairview University Medical Center, who worked so diligently caring for and about him during the past six months. A special word of appreciation to all of you who kept him in your prayers during his illness.
He is survived by his mother, Gertrude Washburn, New Lisbon; his wife, Gloria; daughter, Carolyn; and son, James, all of Minneapolis, Minn.; his brother, Bill (Wendi) of New Lisbon; his sisters, Phyllis House (Harold) of Milford, and Margaret (Jeff) of Matthews, N.C. He is also survived by eight nieces and nephews; and four great-nieces and -nephews; along with many uncles, aunts and cousins.
Dick was preceded in death by his daughter, Dara Washburn; his father, Douglass Washburn; and his brother, Melvin Washburn.
The family requests memorials may be made to your local American Heart Association or charity of your choice in his memory.

Published in The Daily Star on June 2, 2003.

Willix, George A. 1936-2003 Burlington Flats NY Obituary

George A. Willix

BURLINGTON FLATS — George A. Willix, 67, of Burlington Flats, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday morning, July 28, 2003.
He was born May 9, 1936, in Berwyn, Ill., the son of George L. and Mildred (Hickey) Willix.
He married Patricia A. Martin on May 1, 1965, in Hicksville, on Long Island.
George served in the United States Navy from 1957-1962.
He was a devoted husband and father who loved his grandchildren with zest.
George was a past member of the Edmeston Rotary and will be remembered by all who had crossed his path as a terrific conversationalist who enjoyed people. One of George's greatest joys was golf, being on the green with old and new friends. He was inducted twice to the Hole in One Club.
George is survived by his wife, Pat; his children and their spouses, June and Joe Melvin, Ed and Kim Willix, Martin and Kristie Willix and Bonnie Brennan; his grandchildren, Audrey, Sam, Claire, Sarah, George, Marissa, Max, Kali, Chelsea, Andrew and Brenda; his siblings, Darlene O'Connor, Dick Willix, Mary Catherine Howard, Maureen Gromsen, Kevin Newman and Jody Newman; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, Aug. 1, 2003, at 10 a.m. at the Church of the Nativity, Edmeston, with Father John Burns officiating.
Calling hours will be held on Thursday, July 31, at the Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston, from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m., with a prayer service at 8 p.m.
Contributions may be made in George's memory to the Catskill Area Hospice, envelopes will be available at the funeral home.
Arrangements by Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston.

Published by The Daily Star on July 29, 2003.  

Friday, October 4, 2013

Yager, James H. 1922-2003 Gilbertsville NY Obituary

James H. Yager

GILBERTSVILLE — James Harold Yager, 80, of Gilbertsville, died Sunday, June 8, 2003, at his home.
He was born in Schenevus on Oct. 18, 1922, the son of Glen and Margaret (McCloskey) Yager.
He was married to Kathryn Camp on June 29, 1946, in Oneonta. They had been married for nearly 57 years.
He had been employed for NYSEG of Oneonta, retiring in 1983, after 32 years of service to the company.
He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a 50-year member of the American Legion Post No. 1339 of Gilbertsville and was a past commander.
He was a former member of the Gilbertsville Fire Department and had served as president. He also had served his community as a Gilbertsville village trustee and was a member and former deacon of the First Baptist Church of Gilbertsville.
James is survived by his wife, Kathryn, of Gilbertsville; his son, Kevin Yager and wife, Jinny, of Brattleboro, Vt.; a daughter-in-law, Robin Yager of Willet; as well as his grandchildren, Jill, Sandra, Eric and Sara Yager; and his great-grandchildren, Kylie, Brendan and Emma Yager.
A son, Stephen Yager, predeceased him.
Calling hours will be at the Johnston Funeral Home in Morris, on Tuesday, June 10, 2003, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 11, 2003, at the First Baptist Church of Gilbertsville, with the Rev. Randolph Palada officiating. Committal services and burial will follow at the Brookside Cemetery in Gilbertsville.
Those who wish are asked to donate to the First Baptist Church of Gilbertsville in his memory.
Arrangements are by the Johnston Funeral Home of Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on June 9, 2003.

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Yager, Kathryn (Camp) 1924-2011 Gilbertsville NY Obituary

Kathryn Camp Yager

GILBERTSVILLE _ Kathryn Camp Yager, 87, died Dec. 19, 2011, at Langdon Place, Keene, N.H.

She was born April 27, 1924, in South New Berlin, the daughter of Anna Grover Camp and Linn Camp.

She was married to James H. Yager on June 29, 1946, in Oneonta. She attended Oneonta State Teachers College and taught fifth grade and was vocal music teacher at Gilbertsville Central School, retiring in 1983. At the time of her retirement she was assistant principal. Mrs. Yager was well-known for her musical ability and she enjoyed teaching piano after she retired. For many years she conducted an annual holiday Cantata for the Gilbertsville Baptist Church, where she was a member, also serving as church moderator for 37 years and a member of the church's Board of Trustees.

She was predeceased by her son, Stephen J. Yager; and her husband, James H. Yager.

She is survived by her son, Kevin J. Yager, his wife, Ginny and their children, Eric and Sara; and by her daughter-in-law, Robin Yager and her daughter, Jill Yager Matice and husband Scott, and Sandra Yager McDougall and husband Jamie. Mrs. Yager is also survived by eight great-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Calling hours will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011, at Johnston Funeral Home in Morris.

Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011, in the Gilbertsville Baptist Church, with the Rev. Kurt Funke officiating. Burial will be immediately following in Brookside Cemetery.

Contributions in memory of Mrs. Yager may be made to Gilbertsville Baptist Church, P.O. Box 216, Gilbertsville, NY 13776.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.johnstonfh.com. Funeral arrangements by Johnston Funeral Home, Inc., Morris.

Published in The Daily Star on Dec. 21, 2011.


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Surname list and articles for April 2012 to Oct. 2013

Surname list and articles for April 2012 to Sept 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, notebooks and online.  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 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
Carroll, Frank A. 1916-2003
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
Chambers, Lucille (Mudge) 1936-2003
Champlin, Edith M. (Colburn) 1928-2003
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
Christian, David Paul 1941-2004 
Christian, Donald P. 1914-2011
Christian, Ellamae 1919-2003
Churchill, Cornelius W. wed to Ethel R. Herrick 1940s 
Churchill, Frank Lull 1869-1931
Cisotto, Betty Jane (Travis)  1933-2002
Coder, Betty J. (McElroy) 1921-2003 
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
Danielson, Ruth (Clarkson) 1902-2003
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, Agnes (Sage) 1916-2003
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
Dickenson, Charles L. 1923-2003
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
Durkin, William John 1926-2003  
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
Edwards, Edna M. (Van Duzer) 1904-2003
Ekland, Marina Anne Nov. 6-8, 2003  
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
Finnigan, Eleanor (Henrich) 1932-2003
Fitch, Claudine (McKnight)  1917-2002
Fire Razes Cheese Factory in Sidney, NY 1932
Foree, Rosanna wed to Kenneth Griffen 1931
Foster, Lois (Rowe) 1917-2003 
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
Gelatt, Charles W. 1918-2003
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 
Gill, John W. 1919-2003
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, Alwin James 1927-2003 
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
Harris, Ada Y. 1915-2003
Harris, Elsie J. wed to Peter A. Etienne  1932
Harrison, Gladys (Miller) 1915-2003
Harrison, Hettie wed to Fred Taber  1930
Hartwick Fire Destroys Filling Station, Grocery, Home  1931
Hay, John Francis 1887-1932
Haynes, Maurice C. 1925-2003
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, Cecil E. 1931-2003
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, Emma (Palmer) 1915-2003
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
Krupp, Edward V. 1948-2003
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
Lent, Arrietta Cornelia 1926-2003
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. 1919-2003 
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, Frances (Woehrle) 1919-2003
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
Murphy, Nancy M. 1934-2003
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
Osborn, Irene (Davis) 1908-2003 
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
Park, Kathryn (Saunders) 1923-2013
Parker, Alva  1870-1936
Parker, Claudine wed to Vivan Tilyou  1941
Parker, Earl 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 A. 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
Platz, Margaret J. 1921-2003 
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, Ralph J. 1916-2003
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 Mary (Fitch) 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
Scrivener, Gladys (Mclean) 1930-2003 
Seybolt, Mr. and Mrs. Alva  1931  50th Anniversary 
Seymour, Henry J.  1922-2002
Shattuck, Lewis B. wed to Mary Smith  1931
Shaw, Gerald 1929-2003
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
Sherburne, Raymond G. 1919-2003 
Sherman, Fayette wed to Mildred Stearns 1935
Sherwood, LeRoy wed to Jane Southern  1931
Shields, Doris (Pederson) 1919-2003
Shields, George wed to Elizabeth Jackson
Shields, Kenraid 1917-2003
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, John B. 1919-2003
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
Springett, Henry R. 1917-2003 
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)
Stark, Vincent C. 1939-2003 
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
Stickles, Minerva (Simonds) 1911-2003 
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 Hinman 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
Todd, Robert H. 1930-2003
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) 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
Van Vranken, Luella (Filer) 1918-2003
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
Waite, Lee L. 1933-2003 
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
Washburn, Richard M. 1948-2003  
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
Willix, George A. 1936-2003
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 
Wust, Borghild (Betty) (Hovick) 1916-2003

Yager, James H. 1922-2003
Yager, Kathryn (Camp) 1924-2011
Yager, Laura May (Thortz)  1890-1935 
Yerdon, George A. wed to Flossie M. Kane  About 1935