Pulaski Village Findagrave

Pulaski Village Cemetery Findagrave

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Kenneth J.  Aaserud

Birth:   Feb. 20, 1953

Death:   Nov. 14, 2014

Biography:

Kenneth J. Aaserud, 61, of Franklin Avenue in Clinton, passed away Friday November 14, 2014 at his home. Kenneth was born on February 20, 1953 in Oswego, NY, the son of Carl and Margaret Kenyon Aaserud. He was a farmer for most of his life and served in the United States Navy. He is predeceased by his wife Cheryl and his brother Raymond

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  151256882

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Margaret F.  Aaserud

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 5, 2005

Biography:

Aaserud, Margaret F.    January 5, 2005 Margaret F. Aaserud, 88, of Pulaski, died Wednesday in Oswego. Survived by four sons, one daughter, one brother, six grandchildren, several great-grandchildren. Funeral services: 11 a.m. Saturday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, with spring burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours one hour prior to the services. Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 1/7/2005.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  134523562

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Raymond  Aaserud

Birth:   1951

Death:   1975

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147011309

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Amanda M.  Abbott

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 28, 1852

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339660

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Charles  Abbott

Birth:   1848

Death:   1922

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147011496

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George  Abbott

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1923

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147011449

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Maria Carpenter Abbott

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1911

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339661

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Milo H.  Abbott

Birth:   Aug. 22, 1812

Death:   1227

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339659

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Samuel  Abbott

Birth:   1876

Death:   1962

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147011505

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James  Acker

Birth:   1868

Death:   1929

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147011590

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Mary  Acker

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1908

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147011612

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Ruth  Acker

Birth:   1893

Death:   1893

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147011627

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William L  Adams

Birth:   Nov. 11, 1931

Death:   Jul. 12, 1978

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., July 19, 1978, Page 3, Image 3

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316949

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Edith E  Adsit

Birth:   1916

Death:   1943

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  132306846

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Emerson Edward  Adsit

Birth:   Oct. 18, 1911

Death:   Jun. 14, 1961

Biography:

The Palladium-Times   Thurs., June 15, 1961   Pulaski Obituary   Emerson E. Adsit   PULASK1 — Emerson Edward Adsit, 49, native of the Town of Richland, died yesterday in Washington, D. C, after a prolonged llness. – The funeral will be held in Washington at 9:30 Saturday morning after which the body will be brought to Pulaski. Friends may call at the Foster Funeral Home Sunday morning and afternoon until 2 when committal service will be held in Pulaski cemetery. Mr. Adslt was born In Rich- land On Oct. 28, 1911, son of Delbert and Gwendolyn Edward Adsit. He attended Pulaski Academy and later the Albany College ot Pharmacy. For the past 20 years he had resided in Washington where he was a watch repairman. Surviving are five sisters, Mrs. James (Reba) Keller, Andover; Mrs. Joseph (Mil- dred) Rourke, Silver Springs, Md.; Mrs, Oscar (Evelyn) Fodder. Waterford; Mrs. Earl (Esther) Craig, Rockville, Md., and Mrs. Richard (Virginia) Piper, Cottage City, MD., and  two brothers, Samuel Adsit, Rose and Durwood Adsit, Utica; also several nieces and nephews.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  104537663

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Gwendolyn Edwards  Adsit

Birth:   1884

Death:   1947

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  132306619

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Leonard W  Adsit

Birth:   1913

Death:   1944

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  132306745

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Vivian Fern  Adsit

Birth:   1915

Death:   Feb. 14, 1936

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  132307016

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Bradley W.  Adydan

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 17, 1992

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – September 18, 1992  Deceased Name: BRADLEY W. ADYDAN   Bradley W. Adydan, 12, of 7787 Richland Road died Thursday at Oswego Hospital.   Bradley was a life resident of the Pulaski area. He attended BOCES in Mexico the past nine years.   Surviving are his father and stepmother, David and Jennifer Adydan of Pulaski; his mother, Mary Jo Adydan of Pulaski; a brother, Brian J. Adydan of Pulaski; a sister, Nicole L. Favata of Pulaski; his paternal grandfather, Stanley Adydan of Pulaski; his paternal grandmother, Peggy Bull of Williamson; his maternal grandparents, Richard and Katherine Palmer of Ellisburg; and his maternal great-grandmother, Bernice Jones of Gouverneur.   Services will be Saturday in St. John’s Church, Pulaski, at a time to be announced. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. today at Foster-Hax Funeral Home.   Contributions may be made to the Special Education Fund of BOCES, Mexico

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  78174378

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Stanley R.  Adydan

Birth:   Nov. 7, 1926

Death:   Jun. 10, 1994

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – June 11, 1994  Deceased Name: STANLEY R. ADYDAN   Stanley R. Adydan, 67, of 7742 North Road, died Friday at the Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown.   Mr. Adydan was born in Lowville. He graduated from Lowville Academy High School in 1945.   He served in the U.S. Army from 1945 to 1947. He was a journeyman sheet-metal fabricator and installer in the Syracuse area for 37 years, retiring in 1989.   He had lived in Pulaski since 1982. He had lived in Lacona and Lowville for many years.   He was a member of the Pulaski Baptist Church.   Mr. Adydan was a member of the Sheet Metal Workers Local 59, Syracuse , and a former member and past-chief of the Lacona Fire Department. He also was a member of the Soule Brothers Sportsman Club, Osceola.   Surviving are his wife, Darlene M.; five sons Gary R., David L. and Barry J. both of Pulaski, Roger T. of Scriba, and Michael E. of Lacona; a brother, Chester J. of Lowville; a sister, Genevieve Strife of Lowville; nine grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.   Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Pulaski Baptist Church, the Rev. Clay Berry and the Rev. John Von Harten officiating. Burial will be in the Pulaski Cemetery.   Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 7385 Park St.   Contributions may be made to the Pulaski Baptist Church building fund, 7420 Bridge St., Pulaski 13142.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  78174457

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Betty  Akuse

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1979

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316953

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Hazel  Alger

Birth:   1901

Death:   1990

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Rowlan  Alger

Birth:   1897

Death:   1958

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147012955

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Will  Alger

Birth:   1926

Death:   Jul. 7, 1992

Biography:

www.saltcity56.com/musicians –  Will Alger – Trombone –   While at Pulaski Academy in Pulaski, N.Y., will played trombone in the band. His father once played the drums with Al Fields Minstrels. After moving to Syracuse, he led his own band at Vocational High playing at the USO. Later, while in the Army, he played in a  band that traveled wherever the Army decided entertainment was needed, from Florida to California and even Alaska. After the Army, he attended Syracuse University. In the late 40’s, he joined the Johnny Campbell ten piece show band and was with them for three years. It was while they were playing at Luigi’s Club Flamingo in Syracuse that he got to know Jack Maheu and Bob Cousins who came in to listen. He was the first leader of the Salt City Five and ,over the years with the band, became one of the true tailgate stylists in the dixieland jazz field.  Jack Teagarden was his idol. Like Teagarden, Will would often remove the bell of his horn and play St. James Infirmary into a beer glass. Bob Cousin tells how when the band was booked to play the Blue Note in Chicago, the owner had forgotten that he had also booked Teagarden and his band for the two weeks   The good sport that he was, the owner decided to have a Battle of  the Dixieland Bands ! When Will found out he was in shock. “I can’t to that.  I can’t play on the same stand with That Man ! ” Reason prevailed and Will had a wonderful two weeks hanging out with Teagarden and Ray Baduc.  “Will’s playing was consistently exciting and highly individual and slavishly devoted to correct ensemble playing”, says Bob Cousins. Jack Maheu agrees. “Will was one of the all-time great ensemble players who could lift a band to a degree greater than the sum of its parts no matter how good, or not so good, the other players were. His trombone playing was the bane of other trombone players who tried to challenge him in a cutting contest. If Will was having trouble staying ahead, he could always count on his body english to dispatch even greater flourishes of notes to the rafters humbling even the more formidable contenders. (On rare occassions he would lie on his back and work the slide with his foot.) Like most great artists he was one of a kind.”   In 1957, while playing in Cleveland, Will was felled by what doctors’ officiallly called a “spontaneious subarachnoid hemorrhage”, or, unofficially, a “blow-out.” A blood vessel in his brain had burst and he lay blind and paralyzed in a hospital bed for weeks. Playing the trombone, the doctors said, was not the cause. “It could have happened to a harp player,” he was told. He graduallly regained his sight and managed a Buffalo restaurant until 1960 when he rejoined the band.  His closest friend was probably banjo and guitarist player, Charlie Mussen, (they can both be heard on the “Live at the Carriage House” album on the “Music” section of this website.) When Will would pick up Charlie for a “gig”, if Charlie’s wife answered the door, Will would invaribly ask, “Can Charlie come out to play” ? To Charlie, Will was the complete professional. “When someone asked Will what was the most important things a musician could to do be successful, Will replied, ‘know your horn, don’t drink on the stand, wear clean, neat clothes and shined shoes and get to the job an hour ahead of time.”   Another close friend and earlier fellow musician, Fred Hickey, said, “If Will was playing trombone, you didn’t need a bass player. He played all the right notes.”  Will died of respiratory problems at his home in Lockport, N. Y. on  July 7, 1992  at age 66.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316955

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Edmund A  Allen

Birth:   1916

Death:   Apr. 7, 1990

Biography:

April 16 1990 Pulaski Democrat PULASKI – Services for Edmund A. Allen, 74, who died Saturday, April 7, at Oswego Hospital, were held Wednesday, April 11, at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Surviving are two sons, Wayne A. of Oswego and Terry L. of Pulaski; two brothers, John H. of Syracuse and William G. of Altoona, Fla.; and 10 grandchildren. A native of Penn Yan, he lived in Pulaski for 47 years. He was employed  by General Electric Co. in  Syracuse for 28 years until he retired in 1975. He was an Army Air Corps veterans of World  War II. He is the widower of Hilda Reader, who died in 1980.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  112945778

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Esther  Allen

Birth:   1777

Death:   Apr. 17, 1857

Biography:

Note: Aged 80 years

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432560

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Hilda  Allen

Birth:   1921

Death:   Jun. 18, 1980

Biography:

Jane Cole received word Saturday of the death of her sister. Hilda Allen of Pulaski. Mrs Cole and her sister, Mrs. Shirley Absakr Hailesboro, attended tbe funeral Monday at tbe Foster-Hax funeral home, Pulaski.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316956

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Ira  Allen

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 14, 1848

Biography:

Inscription: age 50 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339662

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James  Allen

Birth:   1800

Death:   Jul., 1848

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Note: Aged 48 years

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432576

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Mary C.  Allen

Birth:   1847

Death:   1921

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  158905785

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Olive  Allen

Birth:   1774

Death:   Jul. 31, 1856

Biography:

Note: Aged 82 years

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432568

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Bertha  Allison

Birth:   1873

Death:   1957

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  158908961

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John J. “Big John”  Almeida

Birth:   Nov. 1, 1931

Death:   Oct. 12, 2010

Biography:

John J. “Big John” Almeida, 78, of Mattydale, passed away Tuesday at home with his family by his side. John was born in 1931 in Boston, MA. He graduated from Mansfield High School in Mansfield, MA. After graduation, he enlisted in the USAF and served during the Korean War. John retired from AT&T in 1991 after 35 years as a communications technician. He was active with their union Local #1152 Communications Workers of America and held an officer position. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, the former Shirley (Cone) Almeida; two daughters, Diane Burton of Mattydale, and Michele Fehrman of Chittenango; his three grandchildren, David (Sasha) Burton, stationed at Cherry Point, NC, Nikki Fehrman of Chittenango, and Heather Fehrman of Mattydale; a cousin, Richard (Dorothy) Shea of Fort Myers, FL; several nieces and nephews as well as his niece/god-daughter, Colleen (Ken) Kugler of Williamstown, NY. The family extends a special thank you to family and friends, Hospice Aides, Kathy and Jason, Dr. Suzanne LaManna for their love and support over the past few weeks. Friends may call on Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. at Krueger Funeral Home, 2619 Brewerton Rd., Mattydale. Funeral service will begin at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home followed by burial in Pulaski Cemetery, Route 11, Pulaski. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to either Hospice of CNY, 990 Seventh North St., Liverpool NY 13088 or to NAVAC, PO Box 215, North Syracuse NY 13212.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on October 14, 2010

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  60194803

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Shirley M. Cone Almeida

Birth:   Jul. 24, 1928

Death:   Feb. 24, 2012

Biography:

Shirley M. Almeida, 83, of Mattydale, passed away Friday at home with her family by her side. Shirley was born in Mexico, NY. She graduated from Pulaski High School in 1946. Shirley retired in 1993 from NY Telephone after 45 years of service as a special circuit designer. She was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America. She was predeceased by her beloved husband of 45 years, John, who died in 2010. She is survived by her daughters, Diane Burton of Mattydale and Michelle Fehrman of Chittenango; her three grandchildren, David Burton of Mattydale, and Nikki and Heather Fehrman, of Syracuse; her sister, Beverly (Mike) Flaherty of Williamstown; her cousin, Gladys Hunt Killam of Sandy Creek; several nieces and nephews; as well as her niece/goddaughter, Colleen (Ken) Kugler of Williamstown. Friends may call 4 to 7 p.m. Monday at Krueger Funeral Home, 2619 Brewerton Rd., Mattydale. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. The family extends a special thank you to their family, friends and Dr Suzanne LaManna for their love, prayers and support over the past four weeks. Contributions may be made in Shirley’s memory to either Hospice of CNY, 990 Seventh North St., Liverpool, NY 13088 or SPCA, 5878 E. Molloy Road, Mattydale, NY 13211.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on February 26, 2012 ________________________________________________  Graveside services for Shirley M. Almeida, 83, of Mattydale, who passed away February 24, will be 11 a.m. Saturday, April 21, in Pulaski Cemetery.   Published in Syracuse Post Standard on April 15, 2012

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  85746987

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Dana  Anderson

Birth:   1934

Death:   Feb. 14, 1995

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Thursday, February 16, 1995  Dana “Andy” Anderson, 61, of Upton Road died Tuesday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown. Mr. Anderson was a native of Ripley, W. Va., and lived in Delanson and Schenectady for 14 years before moving to Pulaski in 1972. He attended schools in Ripley. He owned the old Cedar Post Restaurant for the last four years, a dairy farm for 23 years and McCormick Highway Transportation for 10 years. He was an Army veteran serving from 1953-1958. Surviving are his wife, Patricia A.; two sons, Daniel R. and Donald B., both of Pulaski; three daughters, Bambi Bumpus, Barbara LeBeau and Shari Pollick, all of Pulaski; his mother, Sadie Anderson of Ripley, W. Va.; three brothers, Richard and Daniel, both of Hawaiian Gardens, Calif., and James of Pooler, Ga.; three sisters, Shirley Flowers of Hawaiian Gardens, Calif., Beatrice Williams of Tennessee and Juanita Morgan of Pliney, W. Va.; nine grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, the Rev. Elizabeth Mowry officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316957

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Eliza  Andrews

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 21, 1872

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339664

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Etta Dawley Andrews

Birth:   1858

Death:   1946

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  171298161

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Gregory Grant  Andrews

Birth:   Jul. 24, 1882

Death:   Aug. 22, 1955

Biography:

G.G. Andrews, 73 Dies Suddenly   Gregory G. Andrews, 73, retired educator, died very suddenly Monday night at his camp at Whitefish Lake, Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada, where he was spending the summer. Dr. Seabold, whom he had visited the evening previous, found Mr. Andrews lying on the dock early Tuesday morning.   Services will be conducted from the Foster funeral home Friday at 2 p. m. with the Rev. Cyrus M. Gonigam, pastor of the Congregational Church officiating. Interment will be in Pulaski cemetery. Friends may call Thursday evening from 7 to 9 p.m.   Surviving are a daughter. Miss Jane Andrews of New York City, and two nephews, John Andrews of Syracuse and Bruce Andrews of New York City. His wife, Mrs. May Woods Andrews, died in June 1950.   Mr. Andrews was born in Jordan on July 24, 1882, the son of Gregory G. and Ellen Cullen Andrews. He was graduated from Syracuse University and served as superintendent of Education at George Junior Republic in the initial stages of development and was principal of the Pulaski Academy in 1910-11. He was hv the teaching profession 60 years, the greater part of which was spent as vice principal of Vocational High School in Syracuse. He retired in 1961 moving to Pulaski at that time. He was married to Miss May Woods in 1913 in Pulaski.   He was a member of the Congregational Church, and president of the Pulaski Council of Churches at the time of his death, and was a member of Utica Masonic Lodge in Syracuse.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Aug 25, 1955

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111633229

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Jane  Andrews

Birth:   Jul. 9, 1917

Death:   35551

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111633461

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May Ingersoll Woods Andrews

Birth:   Sep., 1884

Death:   Jun. 6, 1950

Biography:

Mrs. G. Andrews Dies in Syracuse   Mrs. May Woods Andrews, native of Pulaski and wife of Gregory G. Andrews, vice principal of Vocational High school, died at her home in 103 Robinean Rd., Syracuse, Friday afternoon. Funeral services were conducted from the Elmer E. Price funeral home in Syracuse Monday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Frank B. McDuffee, pastor of Plymouth Congregational church. Interment was made in Pulaski cemetery.   Surviving besides her husband, are a daughter, Miss Jane Andrews, dietitian at the Presbyterian hospital in New York city, a nephew Edwin W. Warner, and grand nephew, Warren Warner, both of Pulaski. She was the sister of the late Mrs.  Helen  Woods Warner, wife of Edwin R. Warner, of this village.   Mrs. Andrews was born in Pulaski and graduated from Pulaski high school in 1902, and from Vassar college in 1907.   She taught in the local school until her marriage to Mr. Andrews in Aug. 7, 1912, who was then principal here.   She was a member of the Congregational church in Pulaski until she transferred her membership to the Plymouth Congregational church in Syracuse, and was a member of the Ontario chapter, D.A.R. in Pulaski. She had resided in Syracuse for the past 35 years and was a member of the Vassar club.   Mr. and Mrs. Andrews had purchased the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones in Park St. and planned to move here soon. Mr. Andrews expects to take up his residence here in the near future.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, June 5, 1950

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111637157

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William  Andrews

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 29, 1862

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339663

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William  Andrews

Birth:   1849

Death:   1929

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147014100

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Elmer  Anson

Birth:   1896

Death:   1969

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147015202

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Evelyn  Anson

Birth:   1900

Death:   May, 1988

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, June 1, 1988  Evelyn L. Anson, 78, formerly of Altmar, died Tuesday at Harwood Nursing Home, Oswego, after a long illness. A native of the town of Albion, Mrs. Anson was a life resident of the Altmar area. She formerly was employed with General Electric Co. and several years with Walker Cleaners, Pulaski. Her husband, Elmer, died in 1969. Surviving are a son, Robert R. of Pennellville; a daughter, Betty Cook of Fulton; a sister, Nettie Holland of Pulaski; a brother, Howard Benway of Pulaski; 10 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Robert  Anson

Birth:   unknown

Death:   35554

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, May 7, 1997  Robert R. Anson, 56, of Sandridge Trailer Park died Sunday at his home. Mr. Anson was born in Pulaski and attended Pulaski Academy High School. He had worked for Fay’s Drugs in Liverpool for the past 10 years. He lived in the Pulaski and Richland area until 1967, when he moved to Pennellville. Surviving are an aunt, Nettie Holland of Pulaski. Services are 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, the Rev. Elizabeth Mowry officiating. Burial is in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316960

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Kimberly Ann Haldane Apmann

Birth:   1967

Death:   Jan. 13, 1995

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Monday, January 16, 1995  Former area resident Kimberly A. Haldane Apmann, 28, of Darien, Conn., diedO Friday at Yale New Haven Hospital from injuries sustained in a car accident. Mrs. Apmann was a native of Buffalo. She had lived in Sandy Creek from 1966 to 1988. She had lived in Boston and Darien for the past seven years. She graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1984 and SUNY Plattsburgh in 1988 with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She was employed by the Yale New Haven Hospital as a registered nurse in the medical intensive care unit for four years. She had worked at Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Mass., in the cardiac care unit for three years. Mrs. Apmann was a member of St. James Episcopal Church, Pulaski. She attended St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Wilton, Conn. Surviving are her husband, Michael K.; her parents, the Rev. Richard and Jacquelyn C. Clay of Sandy Creek; three brothers, John S. Haldane of Richmond, Va., Eric B. Haldane of Albuquerque, N.M., and Andrew T. Haldane of Sandy Creek; three stepsisters, Melissa A. Clay and Amy T. Clay, both of Syracuse and Melanie L. Yildizlar of Istanbul, Turkey. Services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. James Episcopal Church, Pulaski, the Rev. RT. David B. Joslin, and the Rev. Walter Giles, officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Donna Patrice  Archer

Birth:   1957

Death:   2000

Biography:

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Edith Iola Denslow Archer

Birth:   Apr. 20, 1906

Death:   Aug. 8, 1986

Biography:

PULASKI – Edith I. Archer, 80, a resident of Rome Road, Pulaski, died Friday evening at the House of the Good Samaritan Hospital. Watertown. Born in Boonville on April 20, 1906, she was the daughter of George and Dora Seymour Denslow. She attended schools in Boonville. She married Roy Archer, who died in 1954. They had resided in Boonville prior to moving to Pulaski in 1936. Surviving are two sons, Gerald and  Harold  Archer of Boonville; one daughter, Mrs. Juanita R. Totten of Central Square; seven grandchildren; several great grandchildren, one brother, Kenneth Denslow of Boonville and three sisters, Gladys Youngs, and Mildred Denslow, both of Boonville and Pearl Beach of Remsen, NY. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Oswego Palladium Times, August 9, 1986  She was predeceased by a son,  Lawrence Dale  Archer on June 27, 1955.

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Harold Roy  Archer

Birth:   Apr. 27, 1927

Death:   Mar. 12, 1998

Biography:

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Lawrence Dale  Archer

Birth:   Feb. 25, 1936

Death:   Jun. 27, 1955

Biography:

Funeral of Crash Victims Tomorrow PULASKI – Funeral services for three young men of this community killed early Monday morning, when the car they were passengers in plunged over an embankment and into a creek, will be conducted tomorrow. Services for Richard John Long, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Long of Richland, will be at 8:30 from the family home and at 9 a.m. from St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. Monsignor G. R. Phelen of Binghamton, an uncle of the boy’s father, will celebrate a solemn High Mass, assisted by the Rev. William Shanahan, pastor, and the Rev. William Bruce, assistant pastor. Burial will be Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Pompey. Friends may call at the home today. Richard was born in Binghamton on June 3, 1938. He lived with his parents in Philadelphia for a time before coming to Sandy Creek, where he attended school until entering high school, when he came to Pulaski Central School. He was active in school athletics. Surviving are his parents; two sisters Anne and Kathleen; a brother, John Jr.; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Richard Long of Pompey. A double funeral service will be held at the Methodist church at 2 p.m. tomorrow for Dennis James Ingersoll, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ingersoll, and Lawrence Archer, 19, son of Mrs. Edith Archer and the late Roy Archer. The Rev. James Pauley will officiate and the burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Dennis was born Oct. 17, 1938 at Pulaski, son of Everett and Anne Holmes Ingersoll. He was a junior at Pulaski Central School this year, and was active in music affairs and athletics. Surviving him besides his parents, is a sister, Sue and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Clayton Ingersoll. Lawrence was born in Lowville Feb. 25, 1936, son of Roy and Edith Denslow Archer. He was a junior the past year at the Pulaski Central School. He is survived by his mother, a sister, Mrs. Leonard Totten, two brothers, Gerald and Harold, all of Pulaski. The boys were passengers in a car operated by Frank Ostrander, 17, who is in critical condition in Oswego Hospital. They had gone to a beach party to be held by the senior class, which was called off because of bad weather, and were on their way to return two other passengers, Fred Hall and Harlow Dunton to their homes in and beyond Fernwood. The accident occurred on County Highway 28 near Daysville. The car failed to negotiate a sharp turn over the bridge and went over an embankment and landed on its top in Grindstone Creek. Hall who was the least seriously injured got out of his car and made his way to the nearby residence of Elmer Roberts, who had a phone to seek help. State police were notified, and Dr. Hugh McChesney was called. Lewis Dewey also responded with the Ringgold Fire Company resuscitator, and was assisted by John DelVecchio who worked on two of the boys in vain effort to revive them. The injured boys Frank Ostrander, Harlow Dunton, and Fred Hall were taken to Oswego Hospital in the Taylor ambulance. Ostrander is suffering from a fractured skull, spine injury, possibly a broken back, and chest injuries. Dunton and Hall are not seriously injured but are suffering from shock, bruises and cuts. ‘Syracuse Herald Journal, Syracuse NY June 28, 1955’

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Lawrence L.  Archer

Birth:   1955

Death:   1955

Biography:

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Donald K  Archibee

Birth:   Mar. 22, 1924

Death:   Oct. 15, 1987

Biography:

Donald K. Archibee State of Issue: New York Date of Birth:  Saturday  March  22, 1924 Date of Death:  Thursday  October  15, 1987 Est. Age at Death:  63 years, 6 months, 23 days  Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Tuesday, October 20, 1987  Services for Donald K. Archibee, 63, of 1014 N. Main St., who died Sunday at Mercy Hospital, Watertown, are 11 a.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, 7385 Park St. Mr. Archibee was a native of Orwell. Surviving are his wife, Frances; two sons, Steven and John, both of Mannsville; two daughters, Dawn Archibee and Joy Covey, both of Mannsville; and three sisters, Alice Walker, of Syracuse, Pauline Houghton, of Brantingham, and Anita Leana, of Clinton.

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Frances L  Archibee

Birth:   1926

Death:   Aug. 18, 1996

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, August 20, 1996  Frances L. Archibee, 70, of 430 N. Main St. died Sunday at the Samaritan Keep Nursing Home in Watertown. Born in Texas, N.Y., Mrs. Archibee lived in Sandy Creek for several years before moving to Mannsville in 1955. Her husband, Donald K., died in 1987. Surviving are two sons, Steven D. of Mannsville and John E. of Orwell; three daughters, Mary Frances Alvarez of Los Alamitos, Calif., and Dawn M. Archibee and Joy F. Covey, both of Mannsville; three brothers, Myron Rogers Jr. of Mannsville, Howard Rogers of Pierre Point Manor and James Rogers of Ellisburg; five sisters, Virginia Thompson, Georgia Rogers and Alice Riley, all of Pierrepont Manor, Arlene Patterson of Adams and Cecil Rogers of Ellisburg; and eight grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Sheldon James  Archibee

Birth:   Aug. 11, 2005

Death:   Aug. 11, 2005

Biography:

Sheldon James Archibee  August 11, 2005 Sheldon James Archibee died Thursday August 11, 2005. He was the infant son of Amanda S. Archibee of Sandy Creek. He died shortly after birth at Oswego Hospital.  Private services will be held at Summerville Funeral Home, with Rev. Brian Snyder, pastor of Boylston and Sandy Creek Wesleyan churches, officiating.

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Nicholas  Arrowsmith

Birth:   Jan., 1864

Death:   Sep. 25, 1931

Biography:

Husband of Lena Grace Snyder Parents: David Arrowsmith & Augusta Miller

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Emily  Augusta

Birth:   Nov. 12, 1840

Death:   May 31, 1842

Biography:

Age 1 yr, 7 mos, 19 days Daughter of Rufus and Emily Augusta

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Adeline Sherman Austin

Birth:   1851

Death:   1886

Biography:

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Alta Jane Maltby Austin

Birth:   May 13, 1846

Death:   Nov. 19, 1930

Biography:

Born on the Maltby homestead, about 1.5 north of Pulaski, she was the eldest daughter of Isabelle Campbell & Charles Rollin Maltby.    She attended local schools until she entered Pulaski Academy, graduating Class of 1868.  She was a talented mathematician and took up tutoring, which helped her pay her tuition.  After graduation she taught in several schools in the Richland area, as well as Orwell and Sandy Creek.  In the early 1870s she accepted a position as a nurse for the Green Springs sanitorium, Green Springs Ohio.  She stayed there about 3 years before returning to Pulaski to care for her ailing mother.  She married William H. Austin in 1882, and they had one daughter Ruth Maltby (McChesney).    She was a long time member of the Congregational Church of Pulaski, where she was active in church affairs including Sunday school, Ladies Aid and Missionary Society, and other church organizations.  She was a member of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, Charter and first member of the Pulaski Chp No. 159, Order of the Eastern Star, Ontario Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution.  Following her daughter’s marriage in 1903, as well as her husband and father’s deaths, she moved to Connecticut to live with her daughter’s family until they returned to Pulaski in 1914 to settle.    She was survived by her daughter, and two sisters,  Mrs. Charles D. Edwards & Mrs. Frank B. Rickard.    Source: The Pulaski Democrat Nov 26 1930

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Alzina Nichols Austin

Birth:   1841

Death:   1903

Biography:

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Curtis  Austin

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 14, 1866

Biography:

Father: Clark W. Austin 1807-1876 Mother: Marilda Jane Smith Spouse: Nancy Bronson

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Daniel W.  Austin

Birth:   1840

Death:   1918

Biography:

Father: Clark W. Austin 1807-1876 Mother: Marilda Jane Smith

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Elizabeth L.  Austin

Birth:   1869

Death:   1944

Biography:

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Lena M  Austin

Birth:   1890

Death:   Oct. 5, 1983

Biography:

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Leroy  Austin

Birth:   1885

Death:   1937

Biography:

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Lionel E.  Austin

Birth:   1884

Death:   1884

Biography:

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Matilda  Austin

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 28, 1875

Biography:

Inscription: wife of Clark M. Austin, age 66 yrs

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Robert  Austin

Birth:   1911

Death:   1956

Biography:

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Sodeetta Richards Austin

Birth:   1857

Death:   1929

Biography:

2nd Marriage

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Varick L  Austin

Birth:   1893

Death:   Aug. 22, 1987

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Monday, August 24, 1987  Services for Varick L. Austin, 89, of Wolverine Apartments, North Townsend Street, who died Saturday, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 7389 Park St. Mr. Austin was born Gouverneur, and moved to Syracuse in 1975. He was employed as a truck driver by various firms in Syracuse. He was a member of the Syracuse Moose Club and the Senior Citizens Club of Syracuse. Surviving are two sons, Bernard of Oneonta and Joseph of Syracuse; a sister, Pauline Vincent of Watertown; a brother, Israel Fields of Freeville; three grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

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William Fayette  Austin

Birth:   1835

Death:   1924

Biography:

Father: Clark W. Austin 1807-1876 Mother: Marilda Jane Smith

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William H.  Austin

Birth:   Apr. 2, 1846

Death:   Jan. 28, 1901

Biography:

He was educated at Pulaski Academy, graduating Class of 1867.  He devoted time to teaching, holding positions in Orwell, Albion, and Sandy Creek.    He began railroading and April 3, 1880 he was placed in charge of the office at Carlyon, Orleans Co.  He held that post until about 1900, when illness forced him out of it.    He married Alma Maltby in 1882 and they had one child, Ruth Maltby Austin.  Source:  The Pulaski Democrat Jan 30 1901

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Adelia Thomas Averill

Birth:   May, 1835

Death:   Mar. 14, 1911

Biography:

Funeral services for Mrs. Adelia Thomas Averill, who died in Brooklyn on Tuesday, were conduct by the Rev. G.B. Browne at St. James’s Episcopal church yesterday afternoon.  Mrs. Averill, who was about seventy-seven years old, was the widow of Damon B. Averill, inventor and manufacturer of Averill’s Well known paint, all of whom were for many years residents of Oswego county. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mrs. J.R. Moliher and Mrs. G.W. Davis, Oswego  Source: Oswego Palladium, March 18, 1911 __________________________  Mrs. Adelia Thomas Averill has died at the home of her daughter, Mrs.  William R. Molther. In 1852, Adelia Cross married Damon R. Averill, who invented and manufactured the well known paint which bears his name. (D.R. Averill built “Buena Vista” in the Town of Albion. (See 1877 History of Oswego County” for a drawing. Some foundations are left  today)  ————  Daughter of Luther B. & Amanda F. Thomas

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Anna Maria  Averill

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Inscription: wife of William Averill

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Carrie Estella Chawgo Averill

Birth:   Sep. 11, 1864

Death:   Feb. 20, 1928

Biography:

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Damon Rivers  Averill

Birth:   May, 1828

Death:   Feb. 17, 1881

Biography:

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Henry  Averill

Birth:   Nov., 1781

Death:   Apr. 7, 1855

Biography:

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Lucy Bowen Averill

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 17, 1858

Biography:

Inscription: wife of Nathan Averill, age 37 yrs

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Nathan  Averill

Birth:   1811

Death:   1889

Biography:

Brother of Rev.  William Averill   Son of Henry Averill & Rachel Noonan

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Polly Harmon Averill

Birth:   May 26, 1782

Death:   Jan. 19, 1847

Biography:

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Rachel Ann Campbell Averill

Birth:   1826

Death:   Sep. 17, 1894

Biography:

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Susan S.  Averill

Birth:   1846

Death:   Oct. 6, 1900

Biography:

AVERILL-ln this village, October 6, 1900, Miss Susan S. Averill, age 54 years. Miss Averill is survived by a brother, Mr. William Averill, with whom she resided. She was much loved and bifirhly esteemed by a large circle of friends. The funeral was held from  tbe home on Larrabee street, yesterday.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Oct 10, 1900

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Temperance Jones Averill

Birth:   Jan. 1, 1811

Death:   Jul. 31, 1854

Biography:

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Tiney  Averill

Birth:   Nov. 11, 1869

Death:   Dec. 22, 1869

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16417801

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William E.  Averill

Birth:   Apr. 20, 1861

Death:   1934

Biography:

William E. Averill Dies of Heart Attack  Lifelong Resident Here  William E. Averill, 73, a life-long  resident of this village and vicinity, died at his home on Salina street, last Friday afternoon at 2:20. He had enjoyed fair health in the past except for a heart ailment, but Wednesday he was stricken with a severe attack. From this he grew worse until the end came Friday.   Mr. Averill was born in Pulaski, April 20, 1861, the son of  Nathan and Rachel Campbell Averill. For many years his home was on a farm near Maltby Corners just north of Pulaski. He was one of the first to be employed by the U.S. government in delivery of rural mail, and served from the local post office until his retirement Nov. 1, 1929.   Since that time he has lived a retired life. On November 15, 1881 he married Carrie Chawgo. She died February 21, 1928, and since her death Mrs. Ward E. Parkhurst has kept house  for him.  He was a member of Pulaski Lodge No. 416,  F. & A.M. and Pulaski Chapter No. 279, R.A.M. since 1887. He was an attendant and supporter of the Methodist church.   The only surviving relatives are cousins.   The funeral was held from his late home at 3 o’clock Sunday afternoon, Rev. John W. Warren, pastor of the local Methodist church, and Rev. Chas. Bollinger of Watertown, a former pastor of the local church, officiating. The Masonic  committal service was used, and Masonic brethren, Andrew Murray, Jr., E.M. Marvin, William Eason, Harry Minnick, S. Lee Remington and Frank Brundage acted as bearers. Burial in Pulaski cemetery.  Attending the services from out of town were Mrs. Frank Burgess and son of Phoenix; Mr. and Mrs. William Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Plaisted, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Killam and Mr. Chas. Kenyon of Sandy Creek, and Mr. Fred Smith of Oswego.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, March 21, 1934

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Adelbert  Babcock

Birth:   1868

Death:   1947

Biography:

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Alexander  Babcock

Birth:   1904

Death:   1970

Biography:

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Andrew C.  Babcock

Birth:   1898

Death:   Jun. 20, 1990

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Thursday, June 21, 1990  Andrew C. Babcock, 92, formerly of Glen Avenue, died Wednesday at the House of Good Samaritan, Watertown. Mr. Babcock was born in Redfield. He resided in Pulaski for 27 years, and had also lived in Redfield, Nedrow and Syracuse. He was employed with the Easy Washing Co. before retiring 27 years ago. He was a commmunicant of St. John’s the Evangelist Church, Pulaski. Surviving are his wife, Emma Mae; a brother, Roy of Eastwood; a sister, Florence Holden of Rochester; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Taylor-Vida Funeral Home and 11 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist Church, where a Mass of ressurection will be celebrated. The Rev. Anthony Keeffe will officiate. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Benson  Babcock

Birth:   1840

Death:   1916

Biography:

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Charles H.  Babcock

Birth:   Sep. 28, 1872

Death:   Feb. 22, 1947

Biography:

husband of Julia Darling, (burial unknown)

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Charles J.  Babcock

Birth:   1856

Death:   1900

Biography:

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Clara  Babcock

Birth:   1867

Death:   1908

Biography:

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Edwin  Babcock

Birth:   1925

Death:   1990

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316967

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Edwin H.  Babcock

Birth:   Jun. 13, 1913

Death:   Dec. 11, 1969

Biography:

Edwin H. Babcock, 56, of Richland RD 1, died Thursday at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where he had been a patient one day.  He was born in the town of Orwell.  After his marriage he resided in Phoenix and moved back to the town of Orwell.  He was employed by the Iroquois China Co. in Syracuse until ill health forced his retirement.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Maria Ashby Babcock and two brothers, Eugene of Fulton and Elton Babcock of Oswego.  Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Foster Funeral Home. A spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  Oswego Palladium, 1969

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Elmer W.  Babcock

Birth:   1907

Death:   1974

Biography:

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Ethel I. Stevens Babcock

Birth:   1909

Death:   Aug. 31, 1990

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, September 1, 1990  Ethel I. Stevens Babcock, 81, of Van Duyn Home and Hospital died Friday at St. Joseph’s Hospital after a long illness. A native of New Haven, Mrs. Babcock resided most of her life in Syracuse. Her husband, Alexander, died in 1970. She retired in 1968 from an area dry cleaning business. Mrs. Babcock was a communicant of St. Lucy’s Church. Surviving are a sister, Mildred Zinter of Syracuse; a nephew, Richard Zinter of Kirkville; a niece, Arlene Zinter of Syracuse; and several grandnieces and grandnephews. Graveside services will be at 2:30 p.m. today in Pulaski Cemetery, the Rev. Raymond McVey officiating.

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Mae Emma Richardson Babcock

Birth:   Feb. 18, 1904

Death:   Sep. 17, 1999

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, September 19, 1999  Mae E. Babcock, 95, Genesis HealthCare, Watertown, formerly of Pulaski and Richland, died Friday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown. Mrs. Babcock had been a waitress in the New York Central Railroad restaurant at Richland. She also was a sales clerk at Chappell’s department store in Syracuse for many years. She was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church. Born Feb. 18, 1904, in Richland, she was a daughter of Lyman and Lizzie Bell Richardson. She married Andrew C. Babcock on April 2, 1932, in Pulaski. The couple lived in Syracuse until moving to Pulaski in 1963. Mr. Babcock died June 20, 1990. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Walter (Esther) Cobb, Lacona, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 4 p.m. Monday at Taylor-Vida Funeral Home with the Rev. John Hogan, pastor of St. John the Evangelist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Robert C.  Babcock

Birth:   1880

Death:   1945

Biography:

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Sarah  Babcock

Birth:   1844

Death:   1919

Biography:

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Arthur E.  Backus

Birth:   Jun. 10, 1919

Death:   Apr. 10, 1995

Biography:

Arthur E. Backus, 75, of Seeber Shores Drive died Monday at the Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, Fla., after a brief illness. Mr. Backus was a native of Oxford, and lived many years in Mexico before moving to Sandy Creek in 1988. Mr. Backus owned and operated Mobile Flame Petroleum in Mexico for 25 years. Mr. Backus served as Mexico town justice for 12 years. He was a World War II Army veteran with the 14th Armored Tank Division stationed in Germany, and a member of the V.F.W. Edick-Hamlink Post 369. Mr. Backus was a member of Park Street United Methodist Church of Pulaski. Surviving are his wife, the former Verna Petrie; three sons, Douglas Backus and Jeffrey Backus, both of Mexico; and Pete Backus of Hamilton; and five grandchildren. Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 18, at Harter Funeral Home, Mexico, with the Rev. Kathy Turnbull officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  The Syracuse Herald-Journal Thursday, April 13, 1995

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Verna P. Petrie Backus

Birth:   Mar. 1, 1926

Death:   Oct. 11, 2011

Biography:

Verna P. Backus, age 85, resident of Sandy Pond and Florida since 1988, passed away Tuesday at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse. Verna was born March 1, 1926 in Pulaski, the daughter of McKenzie and Gynalle Wart Petrie. She lived in Mexico from 1947 until 1988. Verna married Arthur Backus on July 6, 1946, he died in 1995. Verna was employed by the Village of Mexico as village clerk and deputy clerk for 15 years, retiring in 1988. She also worked as a teacher’s aide at Mexico Schools for several years. Verna was a member of the Mexico and Pulaski Methodist Churches. She also enjoyed golf, bridge and bowling. Surviving: three sons, Douglas Backus of New Haven, Pete (Karen) Backus of Rainbow Shores, and Jeffrey Backus of Mexico; six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Donations may be made to the Pulaski Park United Methodist Church, 2 Hubble St., Pulaski, NY 13142.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on October 13, 2011

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William E.  Badgely

Birth:   Jul. 21, 1898

Death:   Aug., 1978

Biography:

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Evelyn Stewart Badgley

Birth:   Jan. 24, 1910

Death:   Nov., 1964

Biography:

1964 Palladium   Oneida — Mrs. Evelyn F. Badgley, 54, of Messenger’s Bay, Canastota RD 2,. died Tuesday night in Oneida City Hospital, where she had been admitted earlier in the day. Born Jan. 24, 1910, in West Eaton, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stewart. She married William Badgley in 1929 in Pulaski and had been employed by the Treeiand Nursery of Wampsville. Surviving are her husband; one son, Lewis of Oneida; one brother, Emerson Stewart of Pulaski; two sisters, Mrs Matthew Brown and Mrs. Floyd Ells of Pulaski. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Campell Dean Funeral Home, 260 Main St., the Rev. S. M. Berney officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Village Cemetery

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Catherine M. Sweatland Bailey

Birth:   8888

Death:   Mar. 6, 1981

Biography:

Mrs. Catherine M. Bailey, 56, of 7892 Hinman Road, widow of David W. Bailey, died Friday morning, March 6, at her home.   She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Karen Hotalling, Ormand Beach, Fla.; a son, Richard D., Pulaski; three grandchildren; two brothers, Robert L. Sweatland, Pulaski and Ray A. Sweatland, Central Square, and a sister, Mrs. Charles (Edna) Wilcox, Sandy Creek.   Born May 1, 1924, at Westdale, daughter of Ray and Lillian Green Sweatland she was graduated from Pulaski Academy and was married to David W. Bailey March 3, 1951. Mr. Bailey, an employee of the Pulaski Department of Public Works and the Camden Wire Mill, died May 18, 1975, at age 58.   A life resident of the Pulaski section, Mrs. Bailey had been, librarian at the Pulaski Public Library for the past nine years.   The funeral was at 11 a.m. Monday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, with Rev. Dolen Morris, pastor of Park United Methodist Church, officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, March 16, 1981

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David W.  Bailey

Birth:   Jun. 13, 1916

Death:   27531

Biography:

David Bailey Expires  David W. Bailey, 58, of 2 Maltby Road, Pulaski, R.D. 2, died Sunday, may 17, 1975, at the House of the Good Samaritan in Watertown.  Born June 13, 1916, he was the son of Dell and Maude Von Fredenburg Bailey, he attended Crogan schools.  He married Catherine Sweatland March, 3, 1951. The couple lived in Pulaski and Mr. Bailey worked for the Pulaski Public works department. He later worked for the Camden Wire Mill, retiring six years ago due to ill health.   He served in the Army in World War II.   Mr Bailey is survived by his widow, Mrs Catherine Bailey; a daughter, Mrs Karen Hotalling, Pulaski, a son, Richard, Pulaski, three grandchildren, a brother, Malcolm, Burrville, a sister, Mrs Richard Greengard, Bergenfield, NJ., his stepfather, Fred Bush, Pulaski, and a half-brother, Fred Bush, Jr., of Pulaski   Funeral services for Mr. Bailey were held Wednesday, May 21 at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, with Rev Edwin A Potter, pastor of  P a rk United Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery.  Source: Sandy Creek News, Jan 28, 1975

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Nancy A. Walworth Bailey

Birth:   Dec. 24, 1821

Death:   Dec. 24, 1878

Biography:

Inscription: wife of Henry Bailey

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Richard D. “Beetle”  Bailey

Birth:   22787

Death:   Sep. 28, 2009

Biography:

Richard D. Bailey, age 47 life resident of Pulaski died Monday at University Hospital, Syracuse. Richard was born May 21, 1962 in Oswego. He attended Pulaski Schools. He was last employed by Gearsbeck Mobil in Pulaski.  Surviving: one son, Richard D. II of Pulaski, one step-daughter, Heather Phillips of Pulaski, one uncle, Robert Sweatland of Camden, his companion, Rhonda Phillips of Pulaski, and one grandson, Wyatt.  Funeral Services will be held 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home 52 Park Street, Pulaski. A Calling hour will be held from 1:30 to 2:30p.m. Friday prior to the funeral.

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Robert L.  Bailey Sr

Birth:   12933

Death:   Feb. 16, 2004

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, February 18, 2004  Robert L. Bailey, Sr. February 16, 2004  Robert L. Bailey, Sr., 68, of 32 CCC Road, Orwell, died Monday at the home of his daughter. He was born on May 29, 1935 in Fort Montgomery, NY, the son of William and Rhoda Bulson Bailey. He previously lived in Spring Valley for 20 years moving to Orwell in 1996. He attended schools in Fort Montgomery and served in the US Marines from 1954-56. He was employed by American Cyanamid and American Home Products in Pearl River, NY for 30 years retiring in 1995. Previously he worked at a shipyard at Stony Point for several years. He was married to Patricia Ward in 1957.  He is survived by one son, Robert L. Bailey, Jr. and his wife, Bea of Tarrytown, NY and one daughter, Dinah Scram and her husband, Robert of Pulaski, one sister Lavina Leonard of Montgomery, and one granddaughter, Maggie Scram of Pulaski. He is predeceased by two sisters, Lucille Grall and Mabel Storms, and two brothers, William (Bucky) and Elwood (Danny) Bailey.  Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at St. John’s the Evangelist Church, Niagara Street, Pulaski with a spring burial in the Pulaski Cemetery.   *Thank you to  af  for providing this information

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Tom C.  Bailey

Birth:   1966

Death:   1982

Biography:

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Frances A.  Baker

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 1, 1839

Biography:

Note: Daughter of M. Baker.  Aged 5 years, 5 months & 22 days

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Katherine  Baker

Birth:   Jun. 25, 1925

Death:   27537

Biography:

Note: Moved from Glens Falls Cemetery Vault, Warren County NY

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Allison K. Regner Balcom

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug., 2000

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, September 1, 2000 Deceased Name: ALLISON K. BALCOM Allison K. Regner Balcom, 35, of 21 James St.,Pulaski,died Thursday at Oswego Hospital of injuries suffered in an automobile accident on county Routes 41 and 28 in Richland. Born in Canastota, she was a 1982 graduate of Pulaski High School. She attended North Country Community College and Bryant & Stratton, Syracuse. She was a home health aide for 10 years with Oswego County Health Department. She was a member of Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski. Her father, George Regner, died in 1975. Survivors: Her husband, Charles B.; two sons, Andrew B. and Carson J., both at home; her mother, Elaine Regner of Pulaski; four sisters, Kimberly McDonald of Antwerp, MaryAnne Fitzgibbons of Pulaski, Jacqueline Bryan of Rockledge, Fla., and Michele Washburn of Adams. Services: 1 p.m. Sunday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery

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Charles Alvin  Balcom

Birth:   Dec. 20, 1895

Death:   Apr. 12, 1985

Biography:

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David Lyle  Balcom

Birth:   Feb. 21, 1944

Death:   Oct. 15, 2006

Biography:

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Leona M. Lighthall Balcom

Birth:   Oct. 30, 1891

Death:   Nov. 15, 1984

Biography:

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Louisa Joyce Harrington Balcom

Birth:   14029

Death:   Jan. 27, 2014

Biography:

Louisa Joyce Walker Balcom, age 75, resident of Pulaski passed away Monday, surrounded by her loving family, at Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse. Louisa was born May 29, 1938 in Johnsburgh, NY the daughter of James and Eva Russell Harrington. Louisa resided in Chestertown, Adams and Malone, NY before moving to Pulaski in 1972. She married Arnold A. Walker on March 29, 1959, and he passed away on October 27, 1994. She later married Pratt A. Balcom on November 26, 2006. Through the years, Louisa worked in child care, and was employed by the Pulaski Day Care Center for ten years, retiring in 2006. She was a member of the Park United Methodist Church in Pulaski. Surviving are her husband, Pratt Balcom of Pulaski; three sons, Douglas (Melissa) Walker of Oswego, Bruce (Rose) Walker of Sandy Creek and Tim Walker of Clyde; a stepson, Andrew Balcom of Tioga, PA, 11 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren; a brother, Guy (Fran) Harrington of Port Jefferson Station, NY; two sisters, Alvira (Michael) McGarr of South Glens Falls, and Sharon (Frederick) Walden of Glens Falls; a stepbrother, Gary; and two stepsisters, Golda and Gloria; and an abundance of nieces, nephews and cousins. Louisa was predeceased by her parents; a brother, George “Sonny” Harrington; a sister, Sandra Patton; stepfather, Henry Millington; and an infant son, Brian, who died in 1960. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Friday, January 31, 2014, at the Park United Methodist Church, 2 Hubble Street, Pulaski, with a spring burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski. Donations may be made to the Pulaski Day Care Center, 20 Castle Drive, Pulaski, NY 13142, or to Golisano Children’s Hospital, Foundation for Upstate Medical University, 750 E. Adams St. CAB326 Syracuse, NY 13210.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Jan. 29 to Jan. 30, 2014

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Lyle Martin  Balcom

Birth:   7802

Death:   May, 2006

Biography:

Lyle M. “Speedy” Balcom   January 21, 2006 Lyle M. “Speedy” Balcom age 84, of Pulaski, died Saturday at the VA Hospital in Syracuse. He was born on May 11, 1921 in Pulaski, the son of Charles and Leona Lighthall Balcom. He attended Pulaski schools and served in the US Marines from 1941-45. He was a self-employed bricklayer for 32 years retiring in 1977. He was a member of Lakeview Golf Club in Mannsville, Robert Edwards Post #358 American Legion and a life member of VFW Post #7289, Pulaski. Surviving are one son, Jack Balcom; one daughter, Theresa Balcom both of Maryland; one sister, Shirley Hort of Pulaski; three grandchildren; and one great-grandson. He is predeceased by one daughter, Lee Ellen Balcom. Spring graveside services. Arrangement by Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Published in Syracuse Post Standard on Jan. 24, 2006

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Raymond E.  Balcom

Birth:   1921

Death:   1921

Biography:

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Rolan C  Balcom Jr

Birth:   1924

Death:   1988

Biography:

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Rolon Charles  Balcom

Birth:   Apr. 20, 1897

Death:   Jul. 8, 1977

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  55239265

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Ruth Blanche Saunders Balcom

Birth:   Jul. 16, 1904

Death:   Sep. 8, 2000

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  55239310

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George  Balintfy

Birth:   Feb. 23, 1931

Death:   Sep. 29, 2010

Biography:

“George Balintfy, 79, a resident of Fulton, passed away Wednesday at Columbia Memorial Hospital in Hudson, NY. George was a devoted family man and was an animal lover and friend to many. “George was born February 23, 1931, in Jersey City, NJ, the son of Martin and Margaret Polgar Balintfy. He was a resident of Fulton since 1975, previously living in Brewerton for many years. George served in the United States Air Force from 1954 until 1957. He was employed by LeBeau Hardwood Flooring for over 20 years, where he was considered part of the family and was instrumental in the success of the business. He was previously employed by Canteen Vending in Syracuse. He also owned 57 Liquor & Wine in Liverpool. “Surviving: three daughters, …; their mother, …; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; four brothers; and one sister. “Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, with burial with military honors in Pulaski Cemetery.” —– Source:  The Post-Standard , Syracuse, New York, Saturday, October 2, 2010 (Provided by  af .)

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  137507831

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Margret Polgar Balintfy

Birth:   Aug. 20, 1903

Death:   Feb. 12, 1997

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, February 14, 1997  Margaret Balintfy, 93, of 425 Delwood Drive, Baldwinsville, died Wednesday at Castle Rest Nursing Home. Mrs. Balintfy was born in Hungary and lived in Ricard, Oswego County, and then Brewerton from 1941 to 1972. She moved to Pulaski in 1972, to Clay and then to Village Green in Baldwinsville in 1986. Her husband, Martin, died in 1978. She and her husband owned and operated dairy farms for many years. Surviving are five sons, Walter of Parish, Julius of Lakeland, Fla., Charles of Lakeport, George of Fulton and Robert of Gastonia, N.C.; a daughter, Ethel Shetler of Liverpool; three sisters, Betty Mazzola, Ann LaRocca and Julia Ponzoldt, all of Toms River, N.J.; 21 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Services are 11 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Spring burial is in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316977

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Martin  Balintfy

Birth:   1902

Death:   1978

Biography:

Plot#  R-45

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316978

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Gordan  Ball

Birth:   1923

Death:   1986

Biography:

Plot#  R-42C

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316979

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James Clinton  Barber

Birth:   Jun. 29, 1873

Death:   Sep. 4, 1956

Biography:

Rites Held for  J. C. Barber, 83  James Clinton Barber, 83, died Sept 4 in the Cheney nursing home at Sandy Creek where he had been a patient for some time.   Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Foster Funeral Home with the Rev. W. Russell Clark, pastor of the Park Methodist Church, officiating. Interment was in Pulaski Cemetery.   He has no immediate survivors. His wife, Mrs.Delia Barber died in 1930.   Mr. Barber was born in Pennsylvania June 29, 1873, the son of Sherman and Anna Wright Barber. He came to this vicinity when a young man. He worked on the maintenance crew of the village until his retirement about 12 years ago. Since that time he had made his home at Sandy Pond.   Source: Pulaski Democrat,  September 13, 1956

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  112011871

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Dorothy Douglass Moody Barclay

Birth:   Aug. 31, 1895

Death:   Jun. 9, 1977

Biography:

Daughter of Harry A. and Annabel Douglass Moody, she was a native of Rochester. She met Brig. Gen. Hugh Barclay while he was stationed at Madison Barracks, Sackets Harbor, Jefferson Co., NY. _____________________________________  Mrs. Hugh Barclay Dies   Mrs. Dorothy M. Barclay, 81, Douglaston Manor, widow of Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Hugh Barclay and mother of State Senator H. Douglas Barclay, died at 9:05 p.m. Thursday at her home following a brief illness.   A private funeral was held Monday. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery. Arrangements by Foster-Hax Funeral Home.   Surviving besides her son are five grandchildren, Kathryn, David, Dorothy, Susan and William Barclay.   Born Aug. 31, 1895, in Rochester, a daughter of Harry A. and Anna B. Douglass Moody, she moved to Brooklyn with her parents and attended Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn. She was graduated from Miss Bennett’s School, Millbrook, in 1915.   She had spent summers on her grandmother’s farm at Pulaski.   She married then Capt. Hugh Barclay, a native of Little Rock, Ark., who had been stationed at Madison Barracks, Sackets Harbor, Jan. 20, 1923, in St. Bartholomew’s Church, New York City.   From 1924 to 1927 she resided in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where her husband had been assigned as military attache.   After his initial military service, General and Mrs. Barclay returned to Pulaski to Douglaston Manor which has been in Mrs. Barclay’s family for more than 100 years.   The farm has been an agricultural showplace, noted for its Guernsey cattle.   General Barclay, a veteran of World War II, was first assigned to the administration of the lend-lease program in the office of the undersecretary of war in Washington, D.C. He served overseas with the 101st Airborne division as assistant chief of staff and later with the first allied airborne army, handling major supply problems for the Battle of the Bulge.   He was promoted to brigadier general in 1952. Brig. General (ret.) Barclay died July 22,1968, in Upstate M’edical Center, Syracuse, at the age of 75. General and Mrs. Barclay  had received a citation from the state Guernsey Breeder’s  Co-op. in 1967.   Mrs. Barclay had served as secretary of the Board of Trustees.- of Cazenovia College and was a Republican State Committeewoman. Mrs. Barclay served as a presidential elector in 1915 and was the only woman elector to serve that year.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, June 15, 1977

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Gen Hugh  Barclay

Birth:   Mar. 23, 1893

Death:   Jul. 22, 1968

Biography:

Brig. Gen. (retired) Hugh Barclay was born in Little Rock, Arkasas, the son of Hugh and Sue Easley Barclay. His early education in Little Rock,he attended Rolla School of Mines, Missouri, as well as studied at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. After he completed his studies he went to Texas and became occupied in the cotton industry.  When WWI broke out he First Training Camp at Fort Logan. H. Roots, Ark., and in 3 months he was commissioned as a provisional second lieutenant in the Regular Army. He then assigned to the 34th U.S. Infantry at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, and went to France in early 1918. While serving there he was temporarily promoted to lieutenant and in June, 1920 was elevated to captain. He returned to the United States, and was stationed at Camp Fuston (the wartime part of Fort Riley, Kansas): Camp (now Fort) Meade, Md.; Madison Barracks at Sockets Harbor, and Fort Eustis, Va.;   then was assigned as an attache to the American Embassy in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil where he was for about 4 years. Upon his return he he was assigned to the 24th US infantry at Fort Benning, Georgia. He tendered his resignation on July 19, 1928.  While he was stationed at Sackets Harbor he met his wife, Dorothy Douglas.  In 1941 Hugh returned to active military duty and remained in the service until 1945

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111647002

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Margaret  Barnard

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 17, 1879

Biography:

Inscription: wife of Marshall barnard, age 67 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339673

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Marshall  Barnard

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 28, 1882

Biography:

Inscription: age 73 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339672

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David W.  Barnes

Birth:   1857

Death:   1931

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16323761

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Brayton W.  Bartlett

Birth:   1867

Death:   Nov. 21, 1901

Biography:

Sandy Creek news., November 21, 1901, Page 3, Image 3

Plot#  A-30

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148485820

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George W.  Bartlett

Birth:   Sep. 5, 1888

Death:   Nov. 17, 1954

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128318422

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Margaret J. Christman Bartlett

Birth:   1864

Death:   Dec. 8, 1954

Biography:

Sandy Creek news., December 16, 1954, Page 4, Image 4

Plot#  A-30

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148485894

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Elizabeth Arnold Barton

Birth:   1905

Death:   1983

Biography:

Plot#  X-184A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316963

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Jacob M.  Basta

Birth:   Jul. 6, 1974

Death:   May, 2015

Biography:

Jacob M. Basta, aged 40, resident of Pulaski since 2003, previously of Massachusetts and Buffalo passed away Saturday at Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown. Jacob was born July 6, 1974 in Rochester, the son of John C. and Sarah M. Sullivan Basta. He graduated from Victor High School in 1993 and Nazareth College in 1998. Jacob married Jessica Gilson on September 24, 2005. He owned New York Woods and Waters Land Development Corp. since 2008. He was also employed by Land First as an Executive Manager and Associate Broker for the past 12 years. Jacob completed his first Ironman in July of 2014 and was training to participate in his second Ironman this summer. Jacob enjoyed spending time with his family at their camp in Portaferry. Jacob had an impact on everyone he met with his warm smile and memorable laugh.  Surviving are his wife Jessica M. Basta, three daughters, Ava M., Giana M., and Carmela M. (ages 6, 4, and 1) all of Pulaski, his mother Sarah Basta of Victor, brother John (Kimberly) Basta of Rochester, sister Danielle (Samuel Casella) Basta of Vermont, in-laws, Jeffrey Gilson, Cheryl Hewlett (Stanley), Heather Gilson, Jeffrey (Sarah) Gilson, Joshua (Heather) Gilson, Victoria (Corey) Gilson, and several nieces and nephews. Jacob was predeceased by his father John who passed away in 2014.  Funeral Services will be held noon Friday, May 22, at Christ Our Light Parish, 23 Niagara Street, Pulaski, with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski.  Donations can be made to www.gofundme.com/Basta to help fund an account for his three young daughters.  Watertown Daily Times

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  146658455

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Charlene J. Jacobs Bateman

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 20, 2013

Biography:

Charlene J. Bateman, 77, of Mexico, died Sunday at Oswego Hospital. She was born in Mexico, daughter of the late Clinton and Annabel Jacobs. She was a school bus driver for Mexico Academy and Oswego County BOCES. She also worked in the elementary cafeteria at Mexico Academy and worked for Carrier. She attended Believers Chapel North. Survivng are her husband of 59 years, Edward H. Bateman Jr.; three sons, Edward III of Mexico, Daniel of Hastings and Christopher of Virginia; 14 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Shirley Mahaffy of Pulaski and Donna Widrig of Mexico. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday from Believers Chapel North. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday from Harter Funeral Home, 9 Washington Ave., Mexico, NY.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from January 20 to January 21, 2013

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  103934837

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Donna  Bateman

Birth:   1957

Death:   1957

Biography:

Twin of Dorothy Bateman

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128205081

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Dorothy  Bateman

Birth:   1957

Death:   1957

Biography:

Twin of Donna Bateman

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128205125

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Edward  Bateman

Birth:   1906

Death:   1983

Biography:

Plot#  C-490

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316981

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Edward H.  Bateman IV

Birth:   1983

Death:   Jun. 29, 1987

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Tuesday, June 30, 1987  Edward H. Bateman IV, four-year-old son of Edward and Sharlee Bateman of RD3, Central Square, died Monday as a result of an accidental drowning at his home. Edward was born in Syracuse and lived in Central Square 2 1/2 years.  Surviving besides his parents are two sisters, Shelly and Jenifer; a brother, Timothy; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bateman Jr. of Mexico, N.Y.; and his paternal great-grandmothers, Annabel Jacobs of Pulaski and Bella Turgeon of Watertown.  Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Maurer Funeral Home Moyers Corners Chapel, the Rev. James Bruinsma officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  *Thank you to  af  for providing this information

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128205335

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John  Bateman

Birth:   1961

Death:   1961

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128205153

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Michael  Bateman

Birth:   1962

Death:   1962

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128205169

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Patrick  Bateman

Birth:   1963

Death:   1963

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128205176

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Glenn W. “Bill”  Baum

Birth:   Jul. 25, 1935

Death:   Jul. 21, 2008

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – July 23, 2008   Glenn W. “Bill” Baum July 21, 2008   Glenn W. “Bill” Baum, age 72, life resident of Pulaski and Parish, died Monday at University Hospital in Syracuse. Born on July 25, 1935 in Parish, he was the son of Lloyd and Marion Johnson Baum. He attended Parish schools and served in the US Army Reserves. He married Linda LaRock on April 19, 1980. Bill was employed by NYS Dept. of Transportation at Mexico for 14 years retiring in 1994. He also had been employed by GE in Syracuse and in construction for several years.   Surviving: his wife, Linda M.; two daughters, Patricia (Greg) Hall of Vero Beach, FL, Christine (Fred) Matteson of Oswego; one son, Glenn (Angie) Baum Jr. of Vero Beach, FL; one stepdaughter, Dena (Dennis) Morrell of Pulaski; one stepson, Jay Radley of Altmar; one brother, Lloyd “Bob” (Julie) of Hasting; one sister, Inez (Gordon) Kellogg of Parish; several grandchildren, and his dog and companion, Pooker.   Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski with burial in Pulaski Cemetery

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  105809717

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Andrew L  Bealco

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1993

Biography:

Plot#  R-45C

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316984

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Barbara E. Klock Becker

Birth:   Jun. 22, 1838

Death:   Feb. 6, 1913

Biography:

Wife of Calvin H. Becker

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128200310

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Capt Calvin H.  Becker

Birth:   Aug. 8, 1832

Death:   Mar. 12, 1909

Biography:

Husband of Barbara E. Klock

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128200281

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Ida  Becker

Birth:   Oct. 5, 1869

Death:   Jan. 13, 1879

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128201192

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Ward S.  Becker

Birth:   Sep. 28, 1859

Death:   Sep. 28, 1883

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128200690

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Welles R.  Becker

Birth:   Oct. 20, 1866

Death:   Aug. 6, 1916

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128201314

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William  Beehm

Birth:   unknown

Death:   4140

Biography:

Infant child

Plot#  A-88

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148507234

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Ann M. Carnrite Bellows

Birth:   1932

Death:   Oct. 30, 1980

Biography:

Printed in the Post Standard, Syracuse, NY on Oct 31, 1980 MRS ANN M. BELLOWS DIES; THIRD VICTIM OF ACCIDENT Mrs Ann M. Bellows, 48, of 102 Judson St. died Thursday at St. Joseph’s Hospital as the result of injuries suffered in an automovile accident on Oct 10 in the town of Dewitt………….Mrs. Bellows resided in East Syracuse most of her life.  She was a communicant of St.Mathew’s Roman Catholic Church.  Surviving are her husband Ronald Bellows; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carnrite of Syracuse;  two sisters Mrs Ada Curcoran of Celedonia and Mrs Evelyn Baetella of Syracuse; a brother Tony Featherly, two aunts; several nices, nephews and cousins; a grandniece and a grandnephew.  Services will be at 9:45a.mm Saturday at Garlleld Funeral Home and at 10:15 a.m. in St. Therase Church.  Burial will be in Polaski Villege Cemetery.  Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today at the funeral home, 515 Westcot St.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  87698879

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Blanche  Bence

Birth:   1917

Death:   1983

Biography:

Plot#  P-127

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316985

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Fred R  Bence

Birth:   Jul. 8, 1941

Death:   Jul. 23, 2002

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, July 25, 2002  Frederick R. Bence, 61, Olympic Apartments, Watertown, died at 11:38 a.m. Tuesday at Samaritan Medical Center where he had been a patient since July 16. Mr. Bence was president and treasurer of Bence Insurance Agency, which he and his wife, Mary Sue Bence, owned and operated for 10 years. He worked for Howland-LaClair Insurance, Division of Haylor Freyer & Coon Inc. Previously he had been manager of the north side and Clayton offices of National Bank of Northern New York. He retired in 1995. Born July 8, 1941, in Watertown, son of Frederick W. and Blanche Jones Bence, he graduated in 1959 from Watertown High School, attended Canton Agricultural and Technical Institute and graduated from Watertown School of Commerce in 1962. He married Mary Sue Martin on July 16, 1966, at Immaculate Conception Church, Brownville, with the Rev. James J. Ruddy officiating. The marriage ended in divorce. Mr. Bence was a member and past exalted ruler of Watertown Elks Lodge 496; past president of the Jaycees and president of its Snow Belt district; was a member and past trustee of St. Patrick’s Church; a member of the North Side Improvement League; treasurer of the Northern New York Builders Exchange Inc., Watertown, and served on the city of Watertown Civil Service Commission. He also played “Santa” at various community events. Surviving are his father, of Watertown; a daughter, Jennifer L. Mix, Easton, Pa.; a son, Jeffrey F. Bence, Canton; a brother, Ted Bence, Watertown; a sister, Dorothy L. Forte, Clifton Park; three grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Reed & Benoit Funeral Home Inc. with the Rev. Arthur J. LaBaff, pastor of St. Patrick’s Church, officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  P-127

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316986

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Harold E  Benjamin

Birth:   Sep. 3, 1912

Death:   Oct. 28, 1962

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  152111165

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Mable Helen Fitzgerald Benjamin

Birth:   Jul. 23, 1889

Death:   Apr. 11, 1983

Biography:

Plot#  X-337D

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316987

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Roy M.  Benjamin

Birth:   Apr. 26, 1884

Death:   Aug. 12, 1963

Biography:

Last rites for Roy M. Benjamin, 79 who died early Monday in his sleep, at his home on Park St., were conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Taylor Funeral Home. The Rev. Edward Vander Hey, pastor of the Baptist Church in Carthage and a former local pastor, officiated. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mabel Fitzgerald Benjamin; three sons, Clarence of Pulaski, Carl of Potsdam and Richard of Oswego, one daughter Mrs. Lavina Eldred of Baldwinsville; three brothers Ray of St. Petersburg, Fla., Harry of Pulaski and Carl of Adams; two sisters, Mrs. Florence Chauncey of Rochester and Mrs. Gladys Bennington of Lorraine; 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild, several nieces and nephews.  Mr. Benjamin was born in Adams April 26, 1884, a son of Fred and Lavina Towles Benjamin. He spent his early life on farms in the Lorraine area moving to Pulaski 36 years ago where he owned and operated a farm on the Rome Road. He retired four years ago and moved to his present home on Park St.  He was married to Miss Mabel Fitzgerald of Buffalo on Sept. 17, 1907. He was a member of the Pulaski Grange, No. 750.   The Pulaski Democrat; August 15,1963

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  157141834

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Anna A.  Bennett

Birth:   1788

Death:   Aug. 16, 1859

Biography:

Date of birth is calculated from date of death.   Little is known of Anna A., who according to the 1850 census for Sandy Creek, was born in Vermont.   The third wife of David Bennett, estimated marriage date of 1834, after second wife passes, she appears in the 1850 census with David who is 74, he dies three years later in 1853. In 1850 and Anna is 61, she dies 1859, surviving her husband. There are no children listed  with them on the 1850 census; if they were married in the estimated year of 1834 she would have been about 46 years old, and so it appears most likely there were no children of this union.  Please use the “Edit” tab or email direct if you have further information to add.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339674

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David W  Bennett

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov. 13, 1989

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, November 14, 1989  David W. Bennett, 35, of 407 Stolp Ave. died Monday at University Hospital after a long illness. A native of San Antonio, Texas, Mr. Bennett lived several years in the Mexico-Pulaski area before moving to Syracuse in 1981. He was a graduate of Mexico High School. Surviving are his mother, Carrie Haynes of LaFayette; two sisters, Cindy Brodeur of Sandy Pond and Sandra Smith of Pulaski; his paternal grandmother, Rose Bennett of Hastings; and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  O-415B

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316988

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Edward David  Bennett

Birth:   Jan. 3, 1852

Death:   Oct. 27, 1930

Biography:

EDWARD D. BENNETT   Edward David Bennett, widely known as a contractor and bridge builder, died October 27, 1930 at his home in Pulaski. He was born Jan. 3, 1852, in Richland, son of David Bennett and Rosetta Comstock Bennett.   During his active life as a builder, Mr. Bennett was connected with John Mattison, also of Pulaski. He was in charge of the construction of docks at Santo Diego, Cuba, railroad bridges at Malone and in the Adirondacks, paper mills in Carthage and Dexter and featured prominently in laying out the railroad around the first dam between Altmar and Redfield. He retired 15 years ago to make his home in Pulaski.   Mr. Bennett is survived by his wife and two sons, Minot Bennett of Norwood, superintendent of the Norwood-Waddington railroad, and Attorney Harry Bennett of Watertown.   The funeral service was held at the home at 11 o’clock Wednesday morning, Rev. Albert E. Lawrence officiating. Burial in Pulaski cemetery.   Source: Sandy Creek News, Nov 6, 1930

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  95933417

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Margaret Frazier Bennett

Birth:   Oct. 20, 1814

Death:   Jun. 13, 1850

Biography:

According to census reports being born in Scotland.  Children of David Bennett, Jr. & Margaret Frazier:  Rhoda Ann 1837-1904 Gennette Bryce 1840-1923 m. Richard Box Emily Varce 1842 Daniel Andrew 1844-1846 Ellen Elizabeth 1846.    Please Note: This is not the Civil War Widow who filed the following original claim by Invalid David Bennett, Jr on 1922 Aug 16; then claim followed by his widow on 1928 Mar 15. – – This is most likely Bennett, David, Jr  1872-1928 married to Margaret S Bennett 1874-1939. Buried Canarsie Cemetery, Canarsie, Kings County (Brooklyn), New York, USA; Find A Grave Memorial # 129730624

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339675

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Maruva A. Minot Bennett

Birth:   May, 1854

Death:   16207

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  102396918

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Rev Frank E.  Bennett

Birth:   Jul. 16, 1905

Death:   Oct. 30, 1983

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  131276798

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Rose Hudson Bennett

Birth:   Jun. 27, 1906

Death:   Feb. 8, 1990

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, February 10, 1990  Services for Rose Bennett, 83, of Hastings, who died Thursday at Hill Haven Nursing Home, Syracuse, will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  There will be no calling hours.  A native of Stoke-on-Trent, England, Mrs. Bennett lived many years in the Hastings-Pulaski area. She retired in 1970 from General Electric Co. Her husband, Frank E., died in 1983. Mrs. Bennett was a graduate of Elohim Bible Institute in Castile.  Mrs. Bennett was a member of the North Syracuse Baptist Church.  Surviving are two daughters, Rose Mary Siogli of Cagnes Sur Mer, France, and Alice M. Bennett of Park Forest, Ill.; a brother, John Hudson of Cato; seven grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  131276827

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George  Benney

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1992

Biography:

Plot#  X-712

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316991

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Mildred  Benney

Birth:   1954

Death:   1977

Biography:

Plot#  X-712

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316992

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Dimon  Benson

Birth:   1905

Death:   Nov. 22, 1990

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, November 23, 1990  Dimon W. Benson, 85, of 7384 Park St., died Thursday at his home after a long illness. Born in Hastings, Mr. Benson owned and operated D.W. Benson Insurance Agency, retiring in 1971. Before joining the insurance firm, he was secretary-treasurer and later president of Regal Paper Co. in Pulaksi, which was founded by his father Earl H. Benson. He graduated from Pulaski High School in 1923 and from Dartmouth College in 1928. He was a member of Pulaski Masonic Lodge No. 415 Free and Accepted Masons and Pulaski Congregational Church. Surviving are his wife, Rhoda H. Benson; two sons, William H. of Kensington, Calif., and James D. of Toronto; four grandchildren; one step-grandchild; and two step great-grandchildren. There will no funeral services or calling hours. Contributions may be made to Northern Oswego County Ambulance. Foster-Hax Funeral Home in Pulaski has charge of the arrangements.

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Evelyn  Benson

Birth:   1901

Death:   Aug. 18, 1993

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Friday, August 20, 1993  Evelyn G. Benson, 92, of 7720 Hinman Road, died Wednesday at the Samaritan Keep Home, Watertown. Mrs. Benson, a native of Fairview, N.J., resided in West Englewood, N.J., for 45 years where she was a member of several women’s clubs and the League of Women Voters. She moved to Pulaski in 1968. She was the widow of George A. Benson who died in 1989. Surviving are one daughter Evelyn Blount of Henderson Harbor; one sister, Anne Smith; four great-grandchildren; one sister, Anne Smith, of Ramsey, N.J.; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at time to be announced at the St. John’s Church, Pulaski with the Rev. Anthony Keeffe officiating. Burial will be in the Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316996

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George  Benson

Birth:   1896

Death:   Nov. 10, 1989

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Monday, November 13, 1989  George A. Benson, 93, of 7720 Hinman Road, Pulaski, died Friday at the House of the Good Samaritan in Watertown. Mr. Benson, a Brooklyn native, and graduated from Pratt Institute there in 1917 with a mechanical engineering degree. During World War II, he was employed by the U.S. government as an efficiency expert and later lived in West Englewood, N.J., where he was employed by Continental Can & Eastern Can Co. He moved to Pulaski when he retired in 1968. Survivors include his wife of 63 years, the former Evelyn Papa; a daughter, Evelyn Blount of Lacona; a sister, Elsie Okvist of Ronkonkoma; a brother, Alfred of Towson, Md.; four granddaughters, and several nieces and nephews. Private services for the family were to be today at Summerville Funeral Home in Sandy Creek, the Rev. Janet Gibbs officiating. Burial was to be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Rhoda  Benson

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 20, 1995

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, August 22, 1995  Rhoda H. Benson, 89, of 7384 Park St. died Sunday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown. A native of Vermillion, Mrs. Benson lived in Pulaski for 80 years. She was a music teacher from 1927 to 1930 with the Pulaski and Norwood schools. Mrs. Benson was a 1922 graduate of Pulaski Academy High School and a 1925 graduate of Syracuse University. Her husband, Dimon W., died in 1990. Mrs. Benson was a member of Pulaski First Congregational Church, the Pulaski Monday Club and the Pulaski Historical Society. Surviving are two sons, William H. of Kensington, Calif., and James D. of Toronto; four grandchildren; a stepgranddaughter; and two great-stepgrandchildren. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Pulaski Congregational Church. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Ann Eliza  Bentley

Birth:   Jul. 5, 1840

Death:   Oct. 16, 1913

Biography:

Daughter of  Elias  &  Sarah Seymour Bentley .

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Caroline E. “Carrie” Woods Bentley

Birth:   Jul. 17, 1840

Death:   Jul. 20, 1920

Biography:

CARRIE WOODS BENTLEY  Carrie Woods Bentley, daughter of the late Gilbert A. and Martha W. Woods and wife of William H. Bentley of Pulaski, passed away at six o’clock Thursday afternoon,  June 22nd, 1920  at the family home “Woodlawn.”   Mrs. Bentley was born at “Woodlawn” July 17th, 1841 and was  seventy-nine years of age. For a time she had lived in Brooklyn, N.Y., and at Toronto, Ontario, but most of her life was spent in Pulaski community which she greatly loved.   She was a member since girlhood of the First Congregational church of Pulaski, and had been an active member of the church and greatly interested in its missionary work. June 7th, 1865  she was married at her father’s home, “Woodlawn” to William H. Bentley. She is survived by her husband and four children, a son Norman S. Bentley, of Oswego, N.Y., and  three daughters, Carrie Woods Bentley, Mary Frances Bentley and Helen Elizabeth Bentley and a brother Henry G. Woods all of Pulaski and a sister, Mrs. Phebe W. Knight of Utica, N.Y.  The funeral was held at the family home, Monday afternoon, July 26, 1920 at two o’clock and interment was in the family plot Pulaski cemetery. The services were conducted by the Rev. Frank H. Ferris, pastor of the Congregational church. The bearers were Herbert. W. Damon, Charles K. Clark and Norman E. Woods of Pulaski, Joel J. Bentley of Syracuse, and Capt. John K. O’Conn or and Judge L. Rowe of Oswego  Source: The Sandy Creek News, July 20, 192-

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  29719701

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Carrie Wood  Bentley

Birth:   Apr. 24, 1878

Death:   Apr. 26, 1956

Biography:

Last Rites Held for Carrie Wood Bentley   Services for Carrie Wood Bentley, 83, who died at her home in Jersey City, N.J., last Thursday, were held at the Foster Funeral Home, Saturday with the Rev. Cyrus M. Gonigam, pastor of the Congregational Church, officiating. Interment was in Pulaski Cemetery.   Surviving are two sisters, Misses Mary and Helen Bentley of Jersey City with whom she lived. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bentley.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, May 3, 1956

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Charlotte Ann Daily Bentley

Birth:   Feb. 27, 1826

Death:   Oct. 24, 1870

Biography:

She was the daughter of Henry and Charlotte Daily, and the wife if Hiram Bentley. She and he daughter Emma died less than a month apart, both of typhoid fever.

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David  Bentley

Birth:   Feb. 10, 1797

Death:   Jul. 3, 1878

Biography:

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Elias  Bentley

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov. 28, 1860

Biography:

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Elizabeth Helen  Bentley

Birth:   May 7, 1829

Death:   Mar. 2, 1857

Biography:

Eldest daughter of  Elias  and  Sarah Seymour Bentley . She died at Sandy Creek, NY.    Inscription: Loved and lamented by all

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  29719537

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Emma Lourette  Bentley

Birth:   Oct. 17, 1850

Death:   Sep. 26, 1870

Biography:

Emma Lourette Bentley was born 17 Oct 1850 in Richland and died 26 Sept 1870 while visiting New York Mills, NY with her uncle when she took ill.(although still lived in Amboy with her grandparents, the Dailys. Emma and her mother died less than a month apart, both of Typhoid fever.  *Thank you to  Robert  Steingraber for providing this information

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431144

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Eva A  Bentley

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 22, 1866

Biography:

Dau of A.A. & M.A. Bentley, d. Oct 22, 1866 AE 29 yrs

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Frances Toombs Bentley

Birth:   1842

Death:   Apr. 13, 1892

Biography:

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Frances L Carpenter Bentley

Birth:   Mar. 20, 1833

Death:   Jun. 9, 1909

Biography:

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Francis  Bentley

Birth:   May 25, 1839

Death:   Apr. 13, 1901

Biography:

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Helen Elizabeth  Bentley

Birth:   Mar. 2, 1883

Death:   Apr. 28, 1983

Biography:

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Hiram  Bentley

Birth:   1825

Death:   1856

Biography:

Hiram was the son of Pardon Bentley and Charity Emighy

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431111

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James A.  Bentley

Birth:   1887

Death:   1952

Biography:

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Joseph W.  Bentley

Birth:   Dec. 15, 1832

Death:   Jan. 25, 1842

Biography:

Son of David & Susannah Bentley

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Martha Woods Bentley

Birth:   Dec. 6, 1866

Death:   Mar. 6, 1867

Biography:

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Mary Frances  Bentley

Birth:   Dec. 14, 1879

Death:   Oct. 9, 1960

Biography:

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Maude M.  Bentley

Birth:   1886

Death:   1952

Biography:

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Norman Seymour  Bentley

Birth:   Jul. 1, 1868

Death:   Mar. 6, 1931

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  29719335

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Otis B  Bentley

Birth:   Nov. 29, 1824

Death:   Apr. 12, 1899

Biography:

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Samuel Day  Bentley Sr

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 3, 1883

Biography:

Father of  Samuel Day Bentley jr .  Aged 47 years  He was educated locally, then went to Belleville Academy.  He then taught at local schools for 3 winters before going into the merchantile business.  He did that for about 7 years before moving to NYC to work with his oldest brother as a saleman, doing so for 5 years.    He married Susan E. Clark on May 4, 1864, they had 2 sons, the eldest of which died Dec 5, 1874.    He was generally considered pleasant, cheerful and genial.  Cause of death: Brights disease  Source:  The Pulaski Democrat Feb 8 1883

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Samuel Day  Bentley Jr

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 5, 1874

Biography:

Son of  Samuel Day Bentley , he was a child when he died.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  29720061

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Sarah Seymour Bentley

Birth:   Sep. 2, 1808

Death:   Dec. 26, 1886

Biography:

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Sarah Seymour  Bentley

Birth:   Mar. 27, 1870

Death:   Apr. 26, 1896

Biography:

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Susan Bennett Bentley

Birth:   Sep. 9, 1799

Death:   1881

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339681

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William Henry  Bentley

Birth:   Jun. 14, 1832

Death:   Jun. 25, 1921

Biography:

WILLIAM HENRY BENTLEY   William Henry Bentley passed away at the family home, Woodlawn, Pulaski, Saturday evening, June 25, 1921, aged 88  years. After the sun went down and a beautiful day closed, ended a long and useful life. He was born in the town of Sandy Creek, Oswego county, N.Y., on the 14th day of June, 1833 the son of Elias Bentley and Sarah Seymour Bentley.   His parents had some years previously, moved from Saratoga county to make their new home on a farm in Oswego county. The deceased was one of nine children. He received his education in the district school, near his home, and later at Belleville Academy. At the age of seventeen he commenced teaching school and in a few years became principal of the Academy at Waterford, N.Y. From there he went to Albany Law School, from which institition he received the degree of LL.B and was admitted to practice law in New York state.   The death of his father just as he completed his law course, necessitated a change in his plans. It became necessary for him to enter business in order to support himself and a sister in the support and care of a widowed mother and a large family of younger brothers and sisters. He moved his father’s family from the Sandy Creek farm to Pulaski, where he entered into a business partnership with the late Bronson Meacham. A few year later be became associated with the firm of Bentley, Hollis & Co., of which the late Col. H.H. Lyman  was a member. In the late sixties, Mr. Bentley went to New York where he engaged in the wholesale grocery business with  the firm of Bentley Brothers & Co. About 1875 this firm was dissolved and Mr. Bentley returned to Pulaski and entered business in his home town in association with his brother-in-law the late C.C. Woods. Their business was burned out in the big fire of 1881, and soon after Mr. Bentley became deputy sheriff and jailer at Pulaski.   From 1889 to 1895 he resided at Toronto, where with his brother-in-law, the late C.C. Woods he conducted the American Fair in that city.  In 1895 he retired from the merchantile business and upon the death of his father-in-law, the late Gilbert A. Woods he took charge of and has since conducted the farms known as Woodlawn and Woods Lake Farm.  From early youth the deceased had been a devout member of the Pulaski Congregational church. In 1865 Mr. Bentley was  married to Carrie Estelle Woods. He is survived by one son, Attorney Norman S. Bentley, of Oswego, and three daughters, Carrie W. Bentley and Mary F. Bentley of this village and Helen E. Bentley, a teacher in the Lincoln High School at Jersey City,  N.J., and one sister, Mrs. Malcolm L. Hollis, of this village.   The funeral will be held at Woodlawn on Wednesday afternoon, June 29th at two o’clock, (standard time).   Interment will be in the Pulaski cemetery  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, June 29, 1921

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  29719750

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Dora M. Walts Benway

Birth:   1942

Death:   Dec. 22, 2015

Biography:

Dora M. Benway, 73, formerly of Pulaski, passed away Tuesday, December 22nd at Upstate University Hospital where she had been a patient since December 20th.  Dora was born in Syracuse, NY, a daughter of John and Arlene Emmons Walts. She married Frank Benway, Jr. on June 5, 1976.   Mr. and Mrs. Benway supported their family by recovering broken items from the streets of Syracuse, repairing them to be able to sell them. Mr. Benway died September 1, 2009.  Surviving are 5 sons, Frank (Jennifer) Benway III, David St. Germaine, William St. Germaine, Arleigh Hager, Arnold Hager; 2 daughters, Velma (Russ) Smith and Johnna Noreaut. Also surviving are several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.  Besides her parents and husband Dora is predeceased by her brother Douglas Walts. A graveside service will be held at Pulaski Cemetery in the spring.  Arrangements are with the Reed & Benoit Funeral Home, Inc.  Watertown Daily Times(Internet Edition)Dec.27, 2015

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Elizabeth  Beritaud

Birth:   1924

Death:   1993

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143316999

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Morice H  Beritaud

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1983

Biography:

Plot#  O-403

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317000

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Cecil  Berry

Birth:   1911

Death:   Jan. 8, 1993

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Saturday, January 9, 1993  Cecil H. Berry, 82, of Scotch Grove Apartments died Friday at House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown. A native of Henderson, Mr. Berry lived 30 years in Mannsville before moving to Pulaski in 1986. He retired in 1972 after 10 years with Queens Dairy in Pierrepont Manor and previously owned and operated a dairy farm in Mannsville. Surviving are his wife, Frances A.; two sons, James F. of Gouverneur and William L. of Sandy Creek; four daughters, Beverly J. Reynolds and Diane Berry, both of Pulaski, Eleanor M. Wallace of Mexico and Judith Heilig of Brandon, Fla.; two brothers, Edward of Rodman and Walter of Sandy Creek; 21 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317001

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Frances  Berry

Birth:   1918

Death:   Dec. 6, 2001

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, December 8, 2001  Frances A. Stacy Berry, 83, of 19 Scotch Grove Road, Pulaski, died Thursday at Mercy Health Center in Watertown. Born in Minetto, she lived in Mannsville before moving to Pulaski in 1985. She attended Minetto schools. She worked nine years at the Samaritan Keep Nursing Home, leaving in 1980. She was a member of Sandy Creek Rebekah Lodge. Survivors: Four daughters, Beverly Reynolds and Diane Berry, both of Pulaski, Elenor Wallis of Mexico and Judith Heilig of Dover, Fla.; two sons, James F. of Gouverneur and William L. of Sandy Creek; a sister, Hazel Slocum of Pulaski; a brother, Robert Stacy of Tulsa, Okla.; 19 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317002

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William L.  Berry

Birth:   Mar. 27, 1944

Death:   Dec. 24, 2014

Biography:

William L. Berry, 70, lost his battle with cancer on Dec. 24, 2014 at his home in Sandy Creek. Born March 27, 1944 in Syracuse, son of the late Cecil and Frances Stacy Berry. He graduated from Mannsville High School and served in the Marine Corps from 1961-1965. He worked on the railroad for 26 years and then was a truck driver for 8 years until retiring due to his illness. For over 25 years he played Santa Claus on his front lawn on East First St. He was married to Ruth Spencer Crandall on Oct. 10, 1981. Survived by his wife Ruth, 7 step-children: Terry (Ann) Crandall of Lacona, Dale (Linda) Crandall of Sandy Creek, David (Peg) Crandall of Parish, Linda Gunder of MO., Cindy (Randy) Reynold of Johnstown, PA., Brenda Crandall of Copenhagen, NY, Carol (Bob) Ireland of Fulton, 7 grandchildren & 4 great-grandchildren. A brother Jim of Florida, 4 sisters: Beverly Reynolds of Pulaski, Diane Berry of Pulaski, Ellie (John) Wallis of Mexico, Judy (Dale) Heilig of Florida, several nieces, nephews and cousins. In keeping with his wishes there will be no calling hours. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  The Watertown Daily Times Wednesday, December 31, 2014

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George H.  Best

Birth:   Jan. 24, 1829

Death:   unknown

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418284

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Gertrude  Best

Birth:   Oct. 27, 1812

Death:   Apr. 2, 1893

Biography:

Note: Wife of Stephen E. Best

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418278

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Maggie Baker Best

Birth:   Oct. 14, 1849

Death:   Sep. 18, 1898

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418291

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Stephen E.  Best

Birth:   Nov. 15, 1806

Death:   Nov. 6, 1890

Biography:

Note: Husband of Gertrude Best

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418264

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Stephen Edward  Best

Birth:   Oct. 23, 1867

Death:   Dec. 24, 1891

Biography:

He was a Dr.  Killed in a collision of trains – the St Louis Express and the Niagara Falls Special near Dobbs Ferry NY.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418317

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Susan M.  Best

Birth:   Nov. 16, 1849

Death:   unknown

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418310

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Albert F  Betts

Birth:   Sep. 9, 1844

Death:   Sep. 28, 1917

Biography:

PULASKI. Sept. 29.—The death of Albert F. Betts, which occurred last evening, removes one of the most highly esteemed citizens of this community.   Mr. Betts was a son of the late Dr. James N. Betts. He was born in Chenango county, N.Y., in 1844.  He came to this village with his parents when a young man. He engaged in the clothing business and continued in that line of work for many years. He later bought the Pulaski Electric Light Company’s plant and was also one of the owners of the Charles Tollner box factory, and acted as secretary and manager of the plant for some time, retiring two years ago this Fall. Mr. Betts was an active worker in the Baptist church and a member of Pulaski Lodge, F and A. M. He was president of the Tillage for several years and in all his relations in private and public life he was one of the most noble and honorable of men.   He married Florence Peckham and to them were born a daughter, now Mrs. William B. Baker, of Gloversville, and a son, Frank P. Betts, of this village.   He also leaves, besides the widow, one brother, James H. Betts of this village.  Another brother, Dr. G. W. Betts died last April.  OSWEGO DAILY PALLADIUM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1917

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Cora Clark Betts

Birth:   1853

Death:   Jan., 1896

Biography:

In 1881 Dr. George W. Betts was married to Cora Clark, who died in January, 1896.  JAN. 13—The funeral of Mrs. G. W. Betts was held at the family residence in this village on Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Mrs. Betts was a well known and popular lady and her sudden death has produced a shock in the community. She was the eldest daughter of the late Sherman Clark of this village.  OSWEGO DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1896-7

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Dr George William  Betts

Birth:   Oct. 4, 1858

Death:   Apr. 18, 1917

Biography:

  1. G. W. BETTS DEAD AT PULASKI Well-known Physician Stricken With Apoplexy at Age of 59. ACTIVE IN VILLAGE AFFAIRS  Was Member of Oswego Co. Medical Society and of The Citizen’s Club—Funeral Saturday.  PULASKI. April 18—Dr. George William Betts, 59, died at 2:25 o’clock this afternoon at the family home at Lake and Broad streets. He was stricken with apoplexy last evening and had remained in an unconscious condition since.  Dr. Betts was born in this village October 4, 1858, the son of Dr. James N. Betts, a prominent physician, who died in 1892.   G. W. Betts, M. D., began practice in Pulaski in 1880 having on February 17 of that year been graduated at the University of the City of New York and termiuating a two years’ course of medicine in that institution. Completing his education at Pulaski Academy, he took a course at Ann Arbor, Michigan going thence to New York City to complete his medical education. Following a graduate course he returned to Pulaski and commenced practice with his father until he died in 1892.  Dr. Betts was earnestly active in all public movements that concerned the interests of the village. He was a member of the Odd Fellows and of the Oswego County Medical Society. The Citizens’ Club, the leading social organization of Pulaski business men, was an institution in the welfare of which he was largely interested, and which was successfully directed by him as its president. Dr. Betts was for many years senior warden of James’s Episcopal Church.  In 1881 he married Miss Cora Clark who died in January 1896 and in 1901 married Miss Frances Chapman Richardson. Surviving besides the widow are two brothers; Albert F. and James H. Betts, both of Pulaski.  Private funeral services will be held at the family home at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon. Friends may call from 11 o’clock Saturday morning. Burial will be in the Pulaski Cemetery.  There were no children.  THE POST STANDARD, SYRACUSE, N.Y., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1917-16

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Dr James N  Betts

Birth:   Apr. 1, 1822

Death:   1892

Biography:

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Florence Peckham Betts

Birth:   Jul. 9, 1846

Death:   Nov. 3, 1927

Biography:

Mrs. Florence P. Betts – Pulaski – November 4. – Mrs. Florence P. Betts, 81, widow of Albert F. Betts, died at her home Thursday evening at 9:45 P.M. following a year’s illness.   Mrs. Betts was born July 9, 1846 at Verona and had lived in the same community nearly all her life. She was a member of the First Baptist church and of the Monday Historical Club.   Surviving are a son; Frank P. Betts of this village, a daughter; Mrs. William B. Baker of Gloversville, and two sisters; Miss Marion Peckham of this vicinity, and Mrs. William Bates of Greeley, Colorado.   Funeral services will be held at the home, 38 Lake street, at 4 o’clock Sunday afternoon. Rev E. A. Rogers of Jordan will be in charge of the services, assisted by the Rev. B. A. Walton, pastor of First Baptist church, this village. Burial will be made in the village cemetery. OSWEGO PALLADIUM, Friday, November 4, 1927

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Frances C Richardson Betts

Birth:   1869

Death:   1958

Biography:

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Frank Peckham  Betts

Birth:   Apr. 9, 1872

Death:   Mar. 21, 1941

Biography:

FRANK P. BETTS, 68, DEAD AT PULASKI–Leading merchant of village had been in poor health for more than a year.  PULASKI MARCH 22.-Frank Peckham Betts, 68, for many years one of Pulaski’s leading merchants, died Friday afternoon, at his home in North Jefferson Street. Mr. Betts had been in poor health for a long time.  He was born here April 9, 1872 the son of Albert F. and Florence Peckham Betts, members of pioneer families in this section.  In his early years he was a salesman for the old Dunham Cocoanut Company of Brooklyn but was later associated with his father in the Betts clothing store. In 1897 he entered into partnership with his father-in-law, the late Henry B. Clark, in a general dry goods store on the site of the present Betts block. This firm continued until 1910 when Mr. Betts organized the Betts Department Store. In 1917 this store was destroyed by fire and the present block was built early in 1918 and occupied by him as active head of the business until forced to retire because of ill health.  Mr. Betts was a lover of outdoor life and an ardent sportsman.  For many years he was considered one of the expert trout fishermen of this section. When unable to follow the streams for trout, he still enjoyed bass fishing from a boat in the waters of Lake Ontario. He was very active in Masonic affairs for many years and was a member of Pulaski Lodge 415, F.&A.M. and Pulaski Chapter, 279, R.A.M.  Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Kathleen Clark Betts; one son, Albert H. Betts; one daughter; Miss Kathleen M. Betts, and three grandchildren.  Private funeral services will be held Monday morning at 11 o’clock at the late home and burial will be in Pulaski cemetery. Bearers will be Frank Brundage, Walter H.Farnham, Ernest H. Dillenbeck and Harry Minnich.  OSWEGO PALLADIUM-TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1941

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James Harvey  Betts

Birth:   Feb. 2, 1853

Death:   10364

Biography:

In the Congregational church of Pulaski on Jan. 23d, will occur the marriage of James H. Betts to Miss Kate L. Harmon, Rev. A. H. Emmons officiating. About 300 invitations have been sent out.  OSWEGO DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1895  James Harvey Betts, 75, died Wednesday at Ideal Rest Hospital, Orwell, after a comparatively brief illness. He was taken ill a week ago today with a cold and on Friday mastoid trouble developed. Dr. P.W. Crocker was called and advised Mr. Betts’ removal to the hospital. This was done Sunday. On the following day he suffered a shock and he did not regain consciousness, death ensuing Wednesday.   Mr. Betts was a lifelong resident of Pulaski. He built up an extensive Dairy and poultry business, specializing in Holstein cattle and Rhode Island Red hens, and produced certified milk. He was a lover of flowers and was expert in horticulture. The family home, Lakeview farm, near Pulaski, is one of the best equipped farm homes and estates in the county.  Regret at his death will be widespread, and his family have the sincere sympathy of the community.   Mr. Betts attended the First Baptist church.   Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Katherine Harmon Betts; a daughter, Mrs. Albert March, and a granddaughter, Katherine Betts Remington.   The funeral will take place Saturday at 2 p.m. at the family home, the Rev. B. A, Walton will officiate.   Interment in Pulaski cemetery.   Source: The Sandy Creek News, May 17, 1928  JAMES HARVEY BETTS EXPIRES, ONE OF BEST KNOWN RESIDENTS OF PULASKI DIES, ENGAGED IN DAIRY BUSINESS, Death Occurs at Ideal Rest Hospital at Orwell Following a Short Illness-Son of Late Dr. James N. Betts.  Pulaski. May 17.—James Harvey Betts, 79, one of the best known residents of this village and where he had passed practically all his life, died yesterday at Ideal Rest hospital at Orwell, following a short Illness.  Mr. Betts was born Feb 2, 1853, and for many years had been engaged in the dairy business here, his place being situated in lower Lake street.   He was a son of Dr. James N. Betts, prominent Pulaski physician and surgeon, whose death occurred in 1892 and who back in the 80’s built and managed the Betts opera house and now owned by Francis W. Hohman and which bears his name. Dr. George W. Betts and Albert F. Betts, both of Pulaski are brothers of James H. Betts, died some years ago. He was the last surviving member of the family.   Surviving besides his widow, Mrs. Kate Harmon Betts, is a daughter, Mrs. Albert L. March, who lives at the family home in lower Lake street. Rev. Bertram A. Walton, pastor of the First Baptist church, will officiate at last rites, which will be held at the family home at 2 Saturday afternoon. Burial will be in Pulaski cemetery.   WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 17, 1928

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Katherine L. “Kate” Harmon Betts

Birth:   1869

Death:   1964

Biography:

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Kathleen Williams Clark Betts

Birth:   Nov. 16, 1876

Death:   Dec. 11, 1965

Biography:

d/o Henry B. Clark (1831-1910) and Addie E. Williams (1835-    )

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Sarah Burrows Betts

Birth:   Jan. 12, 1824

Death:   1895

Biography:

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Jessie M Dalton Bezner

Birth:   Mar. 3, 1916

Death:   Sep. 17, 2005

Biography:

Jessie M. Bezner, 89, formerly of Pulaski, died Saturday in Pontiac Care and Rehabilitation Center. Mrs. Bezner was born in Croghan, NY, the daughter of the late Sylvus and Juilas (Campany) Dalton. She was a member of the Pulaski Assembly of God. She was formerly a home-based caregiver. Mrs. Bezner is survived by a daughter, Beverly Green of LaFargeville; and a son David A. Bezner of Syracuse. She was predeceased by 2 sons, Robert R. Shepard, and Alfred G. Gates. Funeral services will be held at 10:30am Thursday, at the Pulaski Assembly of God, on County Route 62 in Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Visitation will be from 9:30 to 10:30 Thursday, prior to the service, at the Pulaski Assembly of God. Arrangements are in care of the Dain-Cullinan Funeral Home, Oswego   Published in The Funeral Home

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Andrew E. “Andy”  Bialko

Birth:   Jun. 17, 1936

Death:   Aug. 31, 1993

Biography:

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Yvette Gauvin Bialko

Birth:   1939

Death:   Oct. 12, 2013

Biography:

Born in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, she was the daughter of Henri O. and Dorilla G. Melanson Gauvin. She went to NY in 1959, where she met and married Andrew E. Bialko on May 12, 1962, living in North Tarrytown until retiring to Pulaski, NY.  After Andy passed away she returned to Canada to reside with her mother.

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Jules  Billard

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 9, 1880

Biography:

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Mary J.  Billard

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Daughter of J.F. & C. Billard  Dates buried

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Sophia K.  Billard

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 21, 1865

Biography:

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Michael J  Billings

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1980

Biography:

Plot#  X-406B

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317003

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Kent B.  Birdslow Sr

Birth:   1907

Death:   1983

Biography:

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Ruth E.  Birdslow

Birth:   1910

Death:   1987

Biography:

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Lydia Peck Bissell

Birth:   1818

Death:   Feb. 23, 1902

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., February 26, 1902, Page 5, Image 5  Sandy Creek news., February 27, 1902, Page 3, Image 3  Mother of John F. Hubbard/Sabrie Miner and M J AVery

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  148494362

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Grace  Blakely

Birth:   1902

Death:   1986

Biography:

Plot#  X-710

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317005

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Roger  Blakely

Birth:   1901

Death:   1980

Biography:

Plot#  X-710

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317006

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George  Bliss

Birth:   1922

Death:   Feb. 1, 1990

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, February 2, 1990  George A. Bliss, 68, of Sunny Lane Trailer Park died Thursday at Veterans Administration Medical Center, Syracuse. A native of Dolgeville, Mr. Bliss also lived in the Parish and Pulaski area before moving to Central Square several years ago. He was a bartender with the Parish Post, American Legion, and previously was employed with Pulaski posts of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion and Bartels Inn, Colosse. An Army veteran of World War II, Mr. Bliss was a member of Robert Edwards Post, American Legion, the Pulaski Post, VFW, and the Parish Post, American Legion. Surviving are his wife, Paula; a son, Ronald of Parish; a stepson, Brett LaFave of Colorado; two stepdaughters, Sharon Cauchy and Lori Kehoe, both of Altmar; and several grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  X-333

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317007

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Paula A. Clark Bliss

Birth:   Sep. 18, 1923

Death:   Dec. 11, 2004

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, December 14, 2004:  Paula A. LaFave Bliss, 81, formerly of County Route 22, died Saturday at St. Luke’s Nursing Home, Oswego.   Mrs. Bliss was employed by General Electric Co., Syracuse, for 32 years, retiring in 1985.   She was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7289, Pulaski.   Born Sept. 18, 1923, in Rome, daughter of George E. and Roberta Williams Clark, she graduated in 1941 from Rome Free Academy.   She married Frederick J. LaFave, a native of Malone. They resided in Pineville. Mr. LaFave died Dec. 24, 1966.   She then married George A. Bliss of Pulaski, who died Feb. 1, 1990.   Mrs. Bliss lived in Central Square for many years before moving to Altmar in 2002.   Surviving are a daughter, Sharon L. Cauchy, Altmar; a son, Brett A. LaFave, Oswego; two brothers, Everson O. Clark, Holland Patent, and Lester Clark, Versailles, KY 12 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.   A daughter, Lori A. Kehoe, died Sept. 13, 1994. A son, Frederick J. LaFave Jr., died in August 1983.   The funeral will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, with the Rev. Sean O’Brien officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Nora Dingman Bloodgood

Birth:   Jun., 1888

Death:   Apr. 13, 1926

Biography:

obit April 15, 1926 “Sandy Creek News”  The body of Mrs. Nora Dingman Bloodgood, wife of Garfield Bloodgood, of Orwell, who died Sunday at Oswego, was brought to Pulaski Monday and received by Paul K. Foster, undertaker.  Last rites were held at 2 pm Tuesday afternoon at First Baptist church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Winfleld S. Warren. Burial was in Pulaski cemetery. Mrs. Bloodgood was born in Pulaski 38 years ago and for several years had made her home in Oswego. Surviving, besides her husband, are a son, Hubert Bloodgood, of Orwell; a brother, Cornelius Dingman, of Lacona; a sister, Mrs. Clyde Colborn, of Watertown; her mother, Mrs. Minnie Bloodgood, of Oswego. __________________ wife of Garfield Bloodgood, (burial unknown)

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Georgia  Bognacki

Birth:   1942

Death:   Sep. 2, 1996

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, September 4, 1996  Georgia E. Bognacki, 53, of Hadley Lane, Manlius, died Monday at the Jewish Home of Central New York after a long illness. A native of Oneida, she also lived in Manlius and Pulaski. Mrs. Bognacki was a broker for Coldwell Banker Real Estate, Manlius, and owned Bognacki Century 21 Real Estate in Pulaski. She was named Oswego County Realtor of the Year in 1981. She and her husband, Leon, co-owned Frick ‘n’ Frack Restaurant and Memories Fine Dining Pulaski. Mrs. Bognacki was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church, Pulaski, and Immaculate Conception Church, Fayetteville. She was a past president and member of Pulaski Chamber of Commerce, a former vice president of New York State Realtors’ Association, and a member and a former governor of New York State Society of Real Estate Appraisers. Her husband, Leon J., died in 1986. Surviving are a son, Robert D. McVie of Waterloo; three daughters, Mary Masuicca of Fayetteville, Catherine White of Manlius and Jennifer Bognacki of Syracuse; her longtime companion, Tim Sachel of Pulaski; two sisters, Bronwen Brennan of Virginia Beach, Va., and Ellen Murphy of Oneonta; three brothers, Enoch “Nick” Jones of Warrenton, Va., Steven Jones of Phoenix, Ariz., and Thomas Jones of Syracuse; seven grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Friday in St. John the Evangelist Church. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Leon  Bognacki

Birth:   1936

Death:   1986

Biography:

Plot#  R-44A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317009

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Charles  Bollinger

Birth:   1892

Death:   1979

Biography:

Plot#  X-327A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317010

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Dorothy  Bollinger

Birth:   1944

Death:   31903

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, May 8, 1987  Services for Dorothy Bollinger, 87, a former Liverpool resident who died Wednesday at a Rochester nursing home, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Maurer Funeral Home, Liverpool. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home, 300 Second St. A native of Watertown, Mass., Mrs. Bollinger lived many years in Liverpool before moving to Rochester in 1976. Her husband, the Rev. Charles Bollinger, died in 1979. Mrs. Bollinger retired as principal of School 29, Rochester. She was a 1950 graduate of the State University Teachers College at Brockport and did graduate work at Columbia and Rochester universities. Mrs. Bollinger was a former member of Liverpool First United Methodist Church and the Liverpool Historical Society. She was a former treasurer of the Onondaga Weavers. Surviving are a son, the Rev. Homer P. of Fort Collins, Colo., four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Plot#  X-327A

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Dr Charles  Bollinger Jr

Birth:   1924

Death:   1968

Biography:

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Charles  Bond

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1997

Biography:

Plot#  O-1-416B

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317012

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Claude Lewis  Bonney

Birth:   Mar. 20, 1880

Death:   Apr. 30, 1954

Biography:

Son of John Bonney and Harriet Lewis, his wife. Husband of Maude Potter. Father of Lewis Howard, Marian Lucille and Jeanette Marie Bonney. Village trustee for Pulaski 16 years, acting mayor for 2. Member of the Ringgold Volunteer Fire Company 38 years.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420659

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Eugene E.  Bonney

Birth:   Nov. 21, 1872

Death:   Jan. 16, 1965

Biography:

Son of John W. Bonney and his wife, Harriet Lewis. Husband of Idell, the mother of his children. Left Pulaski in July 1921 and lived for a time in Philadelphia, PA.   From the Watertown Daily Times, January 18, 1985: “Eugene E. Bonney, 92, retired carpenter and cabinet maker, formerly of this village (Pulaski), died Saturday at Marcy State Hospital where he had been a patient two years.  “The funeral will be Tuesday at the Taylor Funeral Home. Burial will be at the Pulaski cemetery in the spring.  “Surviving are a son, Clifford, East Rochester; a daughter, Mrs. Ira (Leta) Thomas, Miami, Florida; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.  “Mr. Bonney was born in Altmar November 21, 1872, a son of John and Elvia (as written) Lewis Bonney. He lived in Pulaski and later in Syracuse 25 years before entering the hospital. He was a supervisor at Charles Tollner Company and worked for the Charmaphone company at one time. His wife, the former Idelle Comstock, died February 1952.  “Mr. Bonney was a former member of the Pulaski Baptist church.”

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George Addison  Bonney

Birth:   Oct. 7, 1875

Death:   Sep. 8, 1934

Biography:

“George Addison Bonney, 58, well known contractor and builder, died at his home here Friday night of heart trouble. He had been in poor health for a long time. About two weeks ago he was stricken with a serious heart attack while attending the Firemen’s convention in Geneva. He was removed to his home, and had since been confined to his bed, but appeared to be improving to such an extent that his physician said he might sit up on Saturday. He died suddenly at about 10 pm. Friday.  “Mr. Bonney was born October 7, 1875 in Albion, son of John and Harriet Lewis Bonney. He spent his early life in the Albion and Brewerton vicinities, coming to Pulaski when he was about 20. He started his career as a carpenter, later becoming an influential contractor. Buildings erected under his direction include the Odd Fellows Temple, Charles Brooks block, Pulaski Hardware Co. block, Betts Department Store, Charles A. Jewell block, and the new Methodist church at Richland. Recently he had held a contract to erect gasoline stations for the Standard Oil Company.  “For many years Mr. Bonney was a member of the local Odd Fellows and was affiliated with the Ringgold Volunteer Fire Department more than 20 years, once serving as its secretary. He was a member of the Baptist Church.  “Survivors include his wife and four children, Mrs. Murriel Van Wie, Kasoag; John Bonney of Pulaski, George Bonney of Lacona, and Miss Marjorie Bonney at home; his parents, also of this village, and three brothers, Eugene Bonney of Philadelphia, PA and Frank and Claude Bonney of Pulaski.  “Funeral services will be at the home in Delana Street at 1:30 pm Monday with the Rev. Lee A. Howe Jr., pastor of the Baptist Church officiating, and burial in Pulaski Cemetery.”

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George Lewis  Bonney

Birth:   Sep. 16, 1909

Death:   Mar. 13, 1992

Biography:

Husband of Mildred J. Bonney

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420823

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Grace Rima Ryther Bonney

Birth:   1879

Death:   1960

Biography:

“Mrs. Grace Bonney, 81, died Friday night at the Evergreen Nursing Home where she had been a patient for three days. She had been in ill health for several months.  “She was born February 26, 1879 in the Lamb district, the daughter of Erie and Ella Rima Ryther.She as educated in local schools and was a school teacher until her marriage to Addison Bonney. He died in 1934.  “She was a member of the Baptist Church….for many years, she operated a second hand clothing store at her home on Park Street.  “she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Muriel Van Wie of Odessa Florida and Miss Marjorie Bonney, Pulaski; two sons, John of Syracuse and George of Pulaski; six grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.  Taylor Funeral Home, Rev. Edward Vanderhey, Pulaski cemetery.   Oswego-Palladium, date unknown.

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Harriet Emily Lewis Bonney

Birth:   Mar. 10, 1856

Death:   Jul. 31, 1939

Biography:

From the 1 Aug 1939 edition of the Oswego Palladium: “Mrs. Harriet E. Bonney, widow of John W. Bonney, died late Monday afternoon at the home of her son, Frank Bonney,chief of the Ringgold Fire Company, in south Jefferson Street after an illness of about six months. She was the daughter of Rodney and Sophia Lewis, descendents of early pioneers, and traced her ancestry back to Hannah Dustin, a heroine of the French and Indian War. She was born in Orwell, March 10, 1856, and spent her early life there. After her marriage to Mr. Bonney in 1873 she moved with him to Pulaski. He died four years ago.  “She was a member of the Pulaski Baptist Church, and was active in the various church activities as health permitted. She was also a member of the Ontario Chapter DAR and the J.B. Butler Post, WRC.  “She is survived by three sons, Frank and Claude Bonney of Pulaski and Eugene Bonney of Syracuse; a sister in Canastota; and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.  “Funeral services will be held privately from the home of Frank Bonney at 2 o’clock Wednesday afternoon and burial will be in Pulaski cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday morning.”

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420975

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Idell E. Comstock Bonney

Birth:   1872

Death:   Feb. 21, 1952

Biography:

“Funeral services for Mrs. Idell Bonney, wife of Eugene E. Bonney, of 210 Oxford Street (Syracuse) who died Thursday night, were held Sunday afternoon at the Edward F. Gaynor Funeral Home. Burial was in Pulaski, where Mrs. Bonney was born.” Oswego Palladium  Mother of Clifford O. and Leta.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420847

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Joanne  Bonney

Birth:   Nov. 20, 1955

Death:   Nov. 24, 1955

Biography:

Daughter of Richard and Jean Parrow Bonney, born 3 months premature, lived 4 days and flew away to Heaven.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420887

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John Addison  Bonney

Birth:   Jul. 29, 1906

Death:   Jun. 22, 1973

Biography:

“John A. Bonney, 66, Richland Road, died early this morning. The funeral will be Sunday at 2pm at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Rev. Edwin A. Potter, pastor, Park United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial with full military honors will be at the Pulaski Cemetery.  “He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ethel L. Bonney; a son, William D., Webster; two sisters, Mrs. Carroll (Muriel) Van Wie, Fulton and Miss Marjorie Bonney, Fulton; a brother, George L., Pulaski; and grandchildren.  “Born July 29, 1906, he was a son of G. Addison and Grace Rima Bonney. He was graduated from Pulaski Academy in 1926. During WWII he served with the combat engineers throughout Europe and went into France on D-Day.  “He married Ethel LaVeck in 1947 and they lived in Syracuse for several years, where he was employed as a carpenter by various construction firms. Upon his retirement in 1970, they moved back to Pulaski.”  Watertown Daily Times, June 22, 1973

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420925

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John W.  Bonney

Birth:   Jun. 18, 1846

Death:   Jul. 19, 1935

Biography:

“Pulaski’s oldest builder, John W. Bonney, has died at his home on Lincoln Ave. In 1917 Mr Bonney’s woodworking factory on Port St. was destroyed by fire.  Associated with him in the woodworking and contracting business were three of his four sons, G. Addison, Frank A. Bonney and Eugene E. Bonney. A fourth son, Claude Lewis Bonney, is a machinist in the employ of the Regal Paper Co. Among homes and business blocks here which stand as monuments to the craftmanship of Mr. Bonney and his sons are the homes of Judge Clayton Miller on Park St., C.H. Brooks on North St., the Franklin Block and F. P. Betts block, rebuilt after fire of 1916.  Bearers at Mr. Bonney’s funeral were grandson and grandsons-in-law John, George and Howard Bonney, George Corse, Lawrence Valley and Joseph Heckle Jr.” Another obituary mentions Jessie Fillmore as a bearer.   Also, “At the time of the World War he was engaged in building barracks and military quarters, and it was while in this business that his shop, located where the G. L. F. Building now is, was destroyed by an explosion and fire, probably of incendiary origin.  “He traced his ancestry back to Scotland although his family had been early settlers in America and many of them took a distinguished part in the Revolution and other wars in which this country engaged.  Oswego-Palladium Times, July 23, 1935; second article, no newspaper name or date visible, www.fultonhistory.com.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420952

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Lewis Howard  Bonney

Birth:   Aug. 17, 1901

Death:   Mar. 4, 1958

Biography:

Son of Claude and Maude Potter Bonney. Graduated from PUlaski Academy and attended Union College. Worked summers with a summer theater crew at Chautauqua. Husband of Mildred A. Perfield. Father of Lois E. and Richard L. Employed many years at Niagara Lockport.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40421106

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Marjorie  Bonney

Birth:   1920

Death:   1999

Biography:

Daughter of George Addison Bonney and his wife, Grace Rima Ryther.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40421118

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Maude Bell Potter Bonney

Birth:   Jul. 9, 1879

Death:   Sep. 11, 1960

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420712

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Mildred Jacobson Bonney

Birth:   Nov. 9, 1903

Death:   28250

Biography:

Mildred is the wife of George L Bonney They had two children Vawn and Krisstie A  Gift from Susan Barrow Spaulding Quote for Foster-Hax Funeral Home  “Mrs Mildred J Bonney, 73, of 7409 Salina St., Pulaski, NY., May 12,1977. Survived by her husband George L Bonney: a daughter, Mrs Lloyd (Vawn) Otis of Pulaski; three grandchildren, and one great grand daughter. Her step-mother, Mrs Zea Jacobson, Oakland, Ca; A half sister, Mrs Ruth Suzzman, Albany, Ca. Funeral Services 2 Pm Saturday, Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 7385 Park st., Pulaski, The Rev Dolon Morris officiating. Burial Pulaski Cemetery. Friends may call Saturday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral home. Contribution to the American Heart Association.”

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420830

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Roberta A. Clark Bonney

Birth:   Dec. 16, 1933

Death:   Nov. 16, 1996

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, November 17, 1996:  Roberta A. Bonney, 62, of 4727 Salina St., died Saturday at Oswego Hospital.   Mrs. Bonney had been employed by General Electric Co., Syracuse, for nine years and had also worked for the town of Richland Board of Elections.   Born Dec. 16, 1933, in Rome, daughter of George F. and Roberta Williams Clark, she was a 1952 graduate of Rome Free Academy.   She married George L. Bonney on June 30, 1979. Mr. Bonney, a contractor, died March 13, 1992. She had been married previously.   Mrs. Bonney had lived in Pulaski since 1956. Before that, she lived at Sylvan Beach and in Rome.   A 27-year charter member and past president of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7289 Auxiliary and a member and past president of the Oswego County Veterans of Foreign Wars, she was also a member of the Robert Edwards American Legion Post 357 Auxiliary and Park United Methodist Church.   Surviving are a daughter, Kristie A. VanDyke, Lacona; two sons, Robert A. Clark and George F. Shaw, both of Pulaski; a stepdaughter, Vawn Otis, Pulaski; three brothers, Lester Clark and George F. Clark Jr., both of Versailles, KY, and Everson Clark, Holland Patent; three sisters, Dorothy Herrman, Anchorage, Alaska, Paula Bliss, Altmar, and Sandy Herrman, Rome, and two grandchildren.   The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home with Dr. A. Douglas Ferry officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   Donations may be made to Northern Oswego County Ambulance, Delano Street, or Ringgold Fire Department, Lake Street.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  135610330

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Michael J.  Bookman

Birth:   Jan. 4, 1953

Death:   Jul. 18, 2010

Biography:

Michael J. Bookman, 57, a resident of Pulaski, died Sunday at his home. He was born January 4, 1953, in Syracuse, the son of David and Helen Forger Bookman. He was a resident of Pulaski since 1980, previously living in Syracuse. Michael graduated from Westhill High School in 1971. He was employed as a sales manager in the automotive business for 38 years. He was last employed by FX Caprara. He also worked for the Davidson and Fuccillo auto companies. Michael was a member and president of the VFW #7289 Auxiliary, Pulaski, and the Sandy Pond Sportsmen Club. Surviving: former spouse, Jeanne Soule of Pulaski; one son, Bradley Bookman of Pulaski; two daughters, Holly Bookman of Liverpool and Brittany Bookman of Pulaski; two brothers, Harold of Oswego and Mark of Massena; his mother, Helen of Syracuse; and his golden retriever, Carrie. Michael is predeceased by one sister, Kathleen Jaquin. Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Thursday in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 10:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Thursday, prior to the funeral, at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on July 20, 2010

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  55219412

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Amanda Lyman Boomer

Birth:   Sep. 6, 1835

Death:   Jul. 12, 1903

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  163851012

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George Bryant  Boomer

Birth:   Feb. 15, 1836

Death:   Dec. 1, 1893

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  163850925

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Jesse C  Booth

Birth:   Feb. 20, 1918

Death:   29364

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., November 03, 1980 Committal services were held Saturday, Oct. 25. 1980 at 11:00 am in Pulaski Cemetery with full military honors by Robert Edwards Post No 358 American Legion of Pulaski Mr. Booth of Tampa. Florida died May 23. 1980 in Florida. He was a World War II veteran and fought in the battle of Corrigador Survived by his wife, Mae E Booth. Pulaski, mother. Mrs Dora Mae Booth of Tampa, step-daughter. Mrs. Beatrice Dean of Maimsville; 6 grandchildren. 2 brothers, Ralph and Carl both of Tampa; 3 sisters, Mrs. Martha Patterson. Mrs. Eva Nelson. Mary TambereHo. all of Tampa. Fla.  Another stone at  www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=124214976  ??????

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317015

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Mary Frances Daly Booth

Birth:   Jan. 12, 1928

Death:   Feb. 7, 1968

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  167869319

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Joseph  Bosak

Birth:   1909

Death:   Jan. 21, 1994

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Saturday, January 22, 1994  Joseph Bosak, 85, of 7489 Furnace St. died Friday at Oswego Hospital. A native of Windber, Pa., Mr. Bosak lived in Pulaski for 75 years. He retired in 1971 as an operating engineer with the Nine Mile II Nuclear Power Plant construction project and previously was employed with several Syracuse area construction companies. Mr. Bosak was a member of Local 545, International Union of Operating Engineers and the Elms Golf Club in Sandy Creek. He was a former member of the Ringold Fire Department. Surviving are his wife, Ruth M.; two daughters, Patricia A. Hiscock of Wappinger Falls and Joan C. McCormick of Saratoga; a sister, Margaret Murray of Syracuse; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, the Rev. Elizabeth Mowry officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  R-34C

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317016

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Ruth  Bosak

Birth:   Nov. 9, 1916

Death:   Jul., 2002

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, August 1, 2002  Ruth M. Bosak, 85, formerly of Pulaski, died Friday at Charleton Methodist Hospital, Dallas, Texas. Born Nov. 9, 1916, in Fargo, N.D., daughter of Frank and Jane Brinklow Dennis, she graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1934. She lived in Pulaski from 1937 to 1995. She married Joseph Bosak on Dec. 22, 1937, at St. James Episcopal Church with the Rev. R.C. Dunn officiating. Mr. Bosak, a retired operating engineer for Nine Mile Point 2, died Jan. 21, 1994. Mrs. Bosak worked at Petrie’s Bakery. Surviving are two daughters, Patricia A. Hiscock, Wappingers Falls, and Joan C. McCormick, Colleyville, Texas, seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The funeral will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park St. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  R-34C

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317017

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Thomas Charles  Bourdage

Birth:   Jun. 20, 1884

Death:   Nov. 27, 1954

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  112383737

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Virginia  Bourdage

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 13, 1977

Biography:

BOURDAGE-Mrs. Virginia L. Bourdage, 88, formerly of Sandy Creek, died Tuesday, September 13, 1977 in Oswego City Hospital where she had been a patient 10 days. There was no funeral or calling hours. According to her wishes, her body was donated for medical research. Donations may be made to St. Francis Church, Lacona. Arrangements were with the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Burial will be later in Pulaski Cemetery.  Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 21, 1977

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  92880486

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Daniel  Bowman

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 27, 1872

Biography:

Inscription: age 88 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339682

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John W  Bowser

Birth:   Jan. 30, 1905

Death:   Jan. 3, 1993

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, January 4, 1993  John W. Bowser, 87, Springbrook Apartments, formerly of Sandy Creek, died Sunday at his home after a lengthy illness. The funeral will be at noon Wednesday at the Summerville Funeral home, Sandy Creek, with the Rev. Richard A. Bennett, pastor of the Wesleyan Church, officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 11 a.m to noon Wednesday at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to Northern Oswego Ambulance, P.O. Box 113, Pulaski, N.Y. 13142. Surviving are two daughters, Gloria L. Polland, Buffalo, and Judith A. White, Lacona; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; two brothers, Laird, Dayton, Pa., and Ray, Erie, Pa.; two sisters, Lucille Coleman, Rural Valley, Pa., and Lesta Adams, Girard, Ohio, and several nephews and nieces. Born in Echo, Pa., on Jan. 30, 1905, a son of Harvey and Ora Shaffer Bowser, he attended Dayton High School, Dayton, Pa., and was a graduate of Michigan State Automobile Mechanic School, Detroit, Mich. He married Wavie A. Rearick on Oct. 13, 1927, in Cumberland, Md. She died Jan. 1, 1987. Mr. Bowser was employed with Brost Motors, Buffalo, as a mechanic until his retirement in 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Bowser were residents of Rural Valley, Pa., and East Amherst. The couple moved in 1969 to Sandy Creek. Mr. Bowser moved to Springbrook Apartments in February.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317018

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Wavie A.  Bowser

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 1, 1987

Biography:

Wavie A. Bowser   Wavie A. Bowser, 78, of 9250 Ellisburg Road, Sandy Creek, died Thursday, January 1, 1987 at the House of the Good Samaritan Hospital, Watertown.   Born in Blanco, Pa., she lived in East Amherst before moving to Sandy Creek in 1969.   Shev was member of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church.   Surviving are her husband, John; two daughters, Judith White of Sandy Creek and Gloria PoUand of Buffalo; two brothers, Berton Rearick of Rural Valley, Pa., and James Rearick of Coraopolis, Pa.; a sister, Doris Hilty of Dayton, Pa.; six grandchildren; and a greatgrandchild.   Services were noon Saturday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Burial will be in the Pulaski Cemetery.   Calling hours were 11 a.m. to noon Saturday at the funeral home, 8192 Harwood Drive.   Contributions may be made to the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Jan 12, 1987

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  94664767

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Ann  Box

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 8, 1856

Biography:

Inscription: wife of John Box, age 69 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339684

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Betsey  Box

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov. 16, 1873

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339689

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Frances  Box

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 10, 1846

Biography:

Inscription: age 36 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339688

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George  Box

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 5, 1856

Biography:

Inscription: age 36 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339686

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John  Box

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 17, 1866

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339687

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John  Box

Birth:   unknown

Death:   May 14, 1856

Biography:

Inscription: age 76 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339683

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Nina Dodge Box

Birth:   Aug. 3, 1871

Death:   Aug. 9, 1959

Biography:

Native Pulaskian Dies in Watertown   Mrs. Nina Dodge Box, widow of William R. Box, died Sunday morning after a serious illness suffered in recent weeks at the Henry Keep Home, Watertown, where she had been a resident since February, 1957.   Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Celia Box Powell of Englewood, N.J.; two grandchildren, Mrs. Elward Riley of Denver, Colorado, and Mrs. Robert Page of Gambier, Ohio, and seven greatgrandchildren.   Funeral services were held at 10 a. m. Wednesday at the Cleveland Funeral Home, with the Rev. Alfred B. Baur, pastor of the Hope Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial was in the Pulaski Cemetery. The daughter of Dwight and Delia Dodge, she was born Aug. 4, 1871, in Pulaski. Mr. Dodge was a storekeeper at Pulaski for many years.   She married William R. Box of Pulaski June 20, 1894, and moved with her husband to Watertown where he joined with J.W. Empy in the undertaking business. The firm was located on Court St. Later Mr. Box purchased Mr. Empy’s share. He went into business himself and was situated on Stone St. Having purchased the home at 231 Paddock St. in 1919, Mr. and Mrs. Box lived there for many years.   After a long illness Mr. Box died Feb. 10, 1925, at the age of 53.   Mrs. Box was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and years ago when she was able she was active in the various church organizations.  Source: THE PULASKI DEMOCRAT  Pulaski, New York  Thursday, August 13, 1959

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16322884

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William Richard  Box

Birth:   Jul. 18, 1871

Death:   Feb. 10, 1925

Biography:

WILLIAM R. BOX   DIES IN WATERTOWN   Native of Pulaski Where He Spent His Early Life  Watertown Times, Feb 10.:   William Richard Box, a prominent resident of this city for more than 30 years and the proprietor of one of the best known undertaldng establishments in the city for that length of time, died at his home, 231 Paddock street, at 3:30 this morning after a long illness from heart trouble.  Although Mr. Box had been seriously ill with heart disease since last September his condition had improved to the extent that members of his family had held hopes for his recovery and his death came suddenly and unexpected. He was up and around his house Monday and the day before was down stairs for his dinner. His condition remained in an encouraging state until Monday afternoon when he suffered a severe heart attack and from that time he gradually grew weaker until death came at 3:30 this morning.  He had been the victim of serious heart trouble for several years and his last illness, began on. Sept, 22 when he suffered a severe heart attack and his condition became critical and it was thought for some time, he could not recover. He was admitted to the House of the, Good Samaritan on Oct. 25 where he remained as a patient until Dec, 14. During the time that he was at the hospital his condition became so critical that a blood transfusion was performed on Nov. 15 in an attempt to improve his condition.   He became strong enough to leave the hospital on Dec. 14 and was then removed to his home on Paddock street, where he gradually improved but during that time he suffered some severe heart attacks. He was taken back to the House of the Good Samaritan on Jan. 7 and was again discharged on Jan. 12. Since that time he had steadily improved and had been able to be about the house and on at least one occasion had been out riding in his car. He remained about the same until he suffered the severe attack Monday afternoon.  William R. Box was born in Pulaski, July 18, 1871, a son of Ricbard and’ the late Jeanette Bennett Box. His father survives him and is now a resident of Pulaski. His mother’s death occured last November.   He started in the undertaking business with his father who for many years operated an undertaking and furnishing establishment in Pulaski. He spent his early life there and was graduated from the Pulaski High School.  He was married June 26, 1894 to Miss Nina Dodge. The wedding which was the culmination of a school day romance took place in Pulaski. About the year 1894, he came to Watertown and went in the undertaking business with J. W. Empy.  The firm was known as Empy and Box and the place of business was conducted on Court street at the present location of the Lince furniture company. Mr. Box later purchased Mr. Empy’s share of the business and operated the business alone for several years. He later took a man named Donaldson in business with him and the firm became known as Box and Donaldson until Mr. Box retired. He retired from active business for a period of about two or three years and then started in the business for himself and opened his rooms at their present location at 161 Stone street where he had since maintained his business.   In August, 1919, Mr. Box purchased the Lebovsky residence at 231 Paddock street and moyed from his former residence ijn Stone street to his new residence on Paddock streetwhere he had since lived. After his removal to his Paddock street, home he still kept the Stone street residence as a business place.   Mr. Box was a member of Pulaski Lodge, No. 415, F. & A.M. and of Pulaski chapter, No. 579, R. A, 3VT. and of Watertown Commandery, No. 11, Knight Templars and Media Temple, A.A, O.N.M.S., and of Watertown City lodge No. 91, I.O.O.F. He was also a member of the Black River Valley club, the Watertown chamber of commerce, the Crescent Yacht club the Jefferson County Golf club and, several other Tntinieipal- and social organisations.   He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Nina Dodge Box of this city, a daughter, Mrs. Frederick W. McKown, of Englewood, N.J., and a granddaughter, Alice Campbell McKown. He also “ifayes his father, Richard W. Box of Pulaski, and two brothers, Frederick F. Box of Skaneateles and Albert K. Box of Pulaski.   The funeral service was held privately from the home on Paddock street, Friday morning at 11 Rev. Darwin F. Pickard, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of which Mr. Box was a member and a trustee, officiated.  The bearers at the services were Albert Otis, William Alien, Frederick F Bugbee and Frederick MacKown, a son-in-law of Mr Box. The body was taken to Pulaski on the 2:05 train Friday afternoon for interment in the Pulaski cemetery  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Feb 18, 1925

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16322946

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Alice M. Stevens Boyd

Birth:   1872

Death:   1920

Biography:

Mrs. Edward Boyd – The death of Mrs. Edward H. Boyd, of Syracuse, occurred last Wednesday evening, after a long period of declining health. Mrs. Boyd was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stevens, late of this village. She was born forty eight years ago. She was married in Sandy Creek, to Edward H. Boyd, thirty two years ago. They lived in Pulaski for many years before 1917 when they moved to Syracuse. Six children were born to them, all of whom, except one son, Earl, who died two years ago are living. The surviving children are Mrs. Joel Stewart, Mrs. Earl Damon, Mrs. Charles Peet, Mrs. P. J. Carney and Mildred Boyd, who are left to sorrow the loss of a most devoted and loving mother. To Mr. Boyd, and his stricken family the sympathy of their many friends here will flow in abundance. Funeral services were held in Syracuse Saturday morning and the body was brought to Pulaski for burial.  Source: Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, May 13, 1920 Sandy Creek News  *Thank you to  Half Shire Historical Society  for providing this information

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128374152

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Anna Mary Tyfair Boyd

Birth:   Sep., 1877

Death:   1956

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128374010

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Anna May  Boyd

Birth:   1917

Death:   Jul. 13, 2000

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, July 15, 2000  Anna Mae Parker Boyd, 83, of 597 Hinman Road,Pulaski,died Thursday at Evergreen Adult Home, Pulaski. Born in Pulaski, she was a 1934 graduate of Pulaski Academy and a 1937 graduate of Oswego Normal School. She and her husband owned and operated Pulaski Radio & Electric from 1937 to 1983. She was a member of United Friends of Homeless Animals, Pulaski, and a volunteer at the Trash & Treasure Shop. Her husband, Robert E., died in 1983; a daughter, Roberta J. Edick, died in 1993; a son, James C., died in 1971. Survivors: A daughter, Nancy B. Thomas of Pulaski; a sister, Mary E. Parker of Pulaski; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. Sunday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317020

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Edward Henry  Boyd

Birth:   1868

Death:   Jul., 1944

Biography:

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, July 06, 1944 Pulaski Democrat Edward H. Boyd Dies At Pulaski Home – Edward Henry Boyd, 77, died Wednesday afternoon at his home in Glen Ave. after an illness of about three weeks. He was born on Wolfe Island, Ontario, Canada, January 1, 1867 and came to Pulaski when he was 13 years old. He had made his home in this vicinity ever since. For many years he was employed here. He was a member of Pulaski in the various wood working plants lodge 648, I. O. O. F. and attended the Methodist church. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna Boyd; five daughters, Mrs. Clarence Radley of Hastings, Mrs. Roy Damon, Mrs. Charles Peet, Mrs. P. J. Carney and Mrs. Edward LaBoursoliere, all of Syracuse, 11 grandchildren including Robert Boyd and Franklin Boyd of Pulaski, and one great grandchild. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday from the Foster funeral home. Rev. W. A. Gardner will officiate. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   *Thank you to  Half Shire Historical Society  for providing this information

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128374071

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Robert E  Boyd

Birth:   1914

Death:   1983

Biography:

Plot#  X-347D

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317021

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William A.  Boyd

Birth:   1846

Death:   1914

Biography:

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Frank E.  Boynton

Birth:   1846

Death:   Mar. 19, 1848

Biography:

Note: Son of Russell & Nancy Boynton.  Aged 2 years 6 months & 7 days

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432637

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Florence W.  Bradner

Birth:   1882

Death:   1976

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143328672

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Thomas  Bradway

Birth:   1753

Death:   Jul. 26, 1816

Biography:

Inscription: age 63 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339694

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Ettie Glass Brady

Birth:   1861

Death:   1942

Biography:

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Frank C.  Brady

Birth:   1860

Death:   1927

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16323122

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Benjamin  Bragdon

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 12, 1846

Biography:

Inscription: age 71 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339698

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Chandler  Bragdon

Birth:   Dec. 15, 1907

Death:   Jan. 3, 1969

Biography:

Obituary:   Watertown, New York The Watertown Daily Times Saturday, January 4, 1969 Page 18, Column 5  Dr. Chandler Bragdon Dies at 61  Dr. Chandler Bragdon, 61, of 11 Pleasant street, Plattsburgh, professor of history emeritus, died early Friday at the Champlain Valley unit of the Physicians’ hospital, Plattsburgh, after a long illness. Dr. Bragdon was born on Dec. 15, 1907, in Rochester, the son of Claude F. and Charlotte C. Wilkinson Bragdon. Claude F. Bragdon, once prominent in Rochester was an architect and author and was a boyhood resident of Adams and Watertown. He died at the Hotel Shelton, New York, in September, 1946, at the age of 80. His wife, Mrs. Charlotte C. Wilkinson Bragdon, died Dec. 16, 1907, the day after she gave birth to Chandler. Claude Bragdon, a native of Oberlin, O., moved as an infant with his mother in 1866 to Adams, where his father, George C. Bragdon, was the editor of the old Adams Visitor. In the late ’70s, the father was an editorial writer for The Watertown Daily Times. The Bragdon family left Watertown in 1877 when the father took the editorship of the Dansville Advertiser of Dansville. Dr. Bragdon’s great-great-grandfather, Samuel Bragdon, moved from York, Me., and settled at the Bragdon homestead near Port Ontario, about four miles from Pulaski, in 1815. Samuel Bragdon was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. In 1937 Dr. Bragdon married Betty Fowler and the couple had one son, Samuel D. Mrs. Bragdon died in 1952. In 1954 Dr. Bragdon married Mrs. Sue Roberts Rose, who was also on the faculty of Plattsburgh college. He is survived by his widow, Dr. Sue R. Bragdon, emeritus professor at Plattsburgh State University college, a son, Samuel D. Bragdon of Boston, Mass.; a step-daughter, Mrs. Sue Rose Birge of Bryn Mawr school, Baltimore, Md.; a brother, Henry W. Bragdon, author and historian of Exeter, N. H.; a grandson, John Birge, and nieces and nephews. Dr. Bragdon attended Princton university and obtained both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Cambridge university, England, in the field of history to which he devoted his entire professional career. In 1961 he obtained the degree of Ph. D. from the University of Rochester. Among other teaching positions he was history master at Kent school, Kent, Conn. in 1929-30, and professor of history at the University of Idaho from 1939-44. In 1946 he came to Plattsburgh where he was a member of the social science faculty until his retirement in 1965. His major areas of teaching were in the fields of European, British and Canadian history. Dr. Bragdon was a member of the American Historical association, the Canadian Historical association, the American Association of University Professors, and the New York state association of European Historians. He was a member of the Plattsburgh Elks club and the Clinton County Historical association. He was an inveterate traveler, and completed a trip to Greece last October.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  81957973

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Charles Dwight  Bragdon

Birth:   Dec. 30, 1829

Death:   Nov. 30, 1876

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  69477580

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Claude Fayette  Bragdon

Birth:   Aug. 1, 1866

Death:   Sep. 17, 1946

Biography:

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Eliza Salisbury Bragdon

Birth:   1804

Death:   Sep. 29, 1893

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  69478088

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Elizabeth “Betty” Fowler Bragdon

Birth:   Aug. 17, 1907

Death:   Apr. 23, 1952

Biography:

Obituary:   Syracuse, New York The Herald-Journal newspaper Thursday, April 24, 1952 Page 32, Column 2  Rites Saturday For Mrs. Bragdon  A MEMORIAL service for Mrs. Chandler Bragdon, 45, of 8 S. Acres rd., a native Syracusan and wife of an assistant professor of history at Plattsburg State Technical College, will be conducted Saturday in Trinity Church, Plattsburg. Burial will be in the family plot in Pulaski. Mrs. Bragdon died yesterday in General Hospital, Montreal, after an illness of six weeks. Born Aug. 17, 1907, the daughter of the late Albert P. Fowler, Syracuse lawyer, and the late Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. Bragdon was a granddaughter of the late Irving G. Vann of Syracuse, a justice of the New York State Court of Appeals. She was graduated from Miss Hall’s School in Pittsfield, Mass. Besides her husband, survivors are a son, Samuel Bragdon; two sisters, Mrs. Henry W. Bragdon of Exeter, N. H., and Mrs. Richard Martin of Lawrenceville, N. J., and a brother, Albert Fowler of Rosemont, Pa.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  81958030

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Emmet Lindsey  Bragdon

Birth:   Apr. 21, 1850

Death:   Oct. 23, 1930

Biography:

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George Chandler  Bragdon

Birth:   Apr. 9, 1832

Death:   Aug. 7, 1910

Biography:

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George Lindsay  Bragdon

Birth:   1805

Death:   Oct. 31, 1879

Biography:

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Imogene Melissa  Bragdon

Birth:   Jun. 4, 1838

Death:   Mar. 14, 1931

Biography:

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Katherine Elmina “Katy” Shipherd Bragdon

Birth:   Dec. 30, 1837

Death:   Sep. 6, 1920

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  69477922

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Lovina S W Fisher Bragdon

Birth:   Jan. 16, 1833

Death:   Sep. 26, 1883

Biography:

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Mahetable Hanscom Bragdon

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 18, 1828

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339696

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Mary Eliza Dyer Mansfield Bragdon

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 1, 1839

Biography:

Inscription: wife of A. Bragdon, age 33 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339697

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May  Bragdon

Birth:   May 16, 1865

Death:   Mar. 21, 1947

Biography:

May Bragdon (1865-1947), the sister of Claude Bragdon, was born in Adams, New York. She went to work at Warner’s Safe Cure Company in Rochester in 1885, studied stenography and typing, and became secretary to architect James G. Cutler in 1889. In 1910, she left Cutler’s to work as office manager for her brother’s architectural practice and his Manas Press. In 1918, economic pressures led Bragdon to reduce his office staff, and May found work with the Employment Office of the Combined Metal Trades (1918-1919), the Clothiers’ Exchange and, in 1924, the Gannett Publishing Company, where she remained until her retirement in 1938.  –Department of Rare Books, Special Collections and Preservation, River Campus Library, University of Rochester.

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Samuel  Bragdon

Birth:   Aug. 3, 1762

Death:   Nov. 22, 1852

Biography:

A soldier of the Revolution.  DAR# A013627   Service: MA Rank: Private Birth: 8/3/1762 Mt Talneck, York, ME Death: 11/22/1852  Richland, Oswego, NY Pension: S*W524 Service Source: S*W524 Service Description: Capt John Lilly, Col John Crane, 3rd Regt of Artillery Cont. Line Spouse: X X, Mehitable Hanscom, Olive Sampson

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339695

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Linda Sampson  Braley

Birth:   19121

Death:   Apr. 17, 2007

Biography:

age 54, of County Route 62, Pulaski, died Tuesday at her home. Born on May 7, 1952, in Cheyenne, WY, she was the daughter of Ward and Ruth Adams Sampson. She was a life resident of Pulaski and graduated from Pulaski High School in 1970. She married Marty Braley on October 26, 1996. She was previously employed by Schoeller Paper and Nice & Easy Convenience Store, both in Pulaski, and Braley Adult Home in Altmar. Linda enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, camping, and was an avid bingo player. Surviving: her husband, Marty; three sons, William Wood, Paul Wood and Joseph Wood, all of Pulaski; one stepdaughter, Dawn Militti of West Monroe; two stepsons, Scott Braley of Sandy Creek, Stephen Braley of Las Vegas; one brother, Michael Sampson of Rome; one sister, Nancy Davidson of Mexico; seven grandchildren.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  19051601

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Martin  Braley

Birth:   Oct. 26, 1947

Death:   Sep. 11, 2013

Biography:

Martin Braley, age 65, life resident of Pulaski and Altmar, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday at Oswego Hospital. Martin was born October 26, 1947 in Altmar, the son of Edward and Dorothy Neill Braley. He graduated from APW High School in 1965 and he served in the United States Army from 1966 until 1968 receiving Army Commendation Letter, Combat Infantry Badge, Good Conduct Medal. Martin married Linda Sampson Wood on October 26, 1996 and she passed away April 17, 2007. He was employed by Schoeller Technical Paper for 40 years, retiring in 2011. Martin was a member of the Pulaski American Legion Robert Edwards Post #358 and he was also an umpire for Pulaski Little League for many years. Surviving: one daughter, Dawn Militi of West Monroe; two sons, Scott (Michele) Braley of Sandy Creek and Stephen Braley of Florida; three stepsons, William (Tammy) Wood, Paul (Lisa) Wood and Joseph Wood all of Pulaski, two brothers, Everett Braley of Central Square and Edward Braley of Parish; 11 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Donations can be made to Friends of Oswego County Hospice Inc., P.O. Box 102, Oswego, NY 13126, and flowers are welcome.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from September 14 to September 15, 2013

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  117128155

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Gwendolyn  Braman

Birth:   1911

Death:   1981

Biography:

Plot#  P-9A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317022

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Benjamin  Brayton

Birth:   Apr. 30, 1775

Death:   Dec. 12, 1846

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  146352844

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John  Breed

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 29, 1841

Biography:

Note: Aged 88 years

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431961

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John  Breed

Birth:   Oct. 15, 1757

Death:   Apr. 29, 1846

Biography:

A soldier of the Revolution.  Located thanks to the  Oswego  gen page.  Found at  the  DAR  free search site;  DAR#  A013961 Service: NH, MA Rank: Private Birth: 10/15/1757  Eastham, MA Death: 4/29/1846 Richland, Oswego, NY Pension: *S Service Source:  Service Description: Lt Brown, Capts Towne, Warren, Spaulding; Cols Reed & Wheelock, NH & MA Line Spouse: Sarah Felt

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  126108033

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Elsie I  Brennan

Birth:   1920

Death:   1996

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317023

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Raymond J  Brennan

Birth:   1921

Death:   1983

Biography:

Plot#  X-410B

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317024

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Betty Mahaffy Briggs

Birth:   Apr. 20, 1922

Death:   Mar. 23, 2011

Biography:

Mrs. Clark (Betty) Briggs passed away Wednesday, March 23, 2011 peacefully at home.  Mrs. Briggs was born in Pulaski, NY, the daughter of Edith (Scriber) and Frederick Gates Mahaffy.  She attended Pulaski Academy and Central School, Potsdam State University and graduated from Oswego State University. She was a member of Alpha Delta Sorority.  On September 16, 1944, she was married to Clark E. Briggs in Pulaski. She had taught school in Hannawa Falls and Baldwinsville, NY.  Mrs. Briggs was a member of the New Hartford First United Methodist Church, Faxton-St. Lukes Volunteer Association, the Republican 100,000 Club, the Daughters of the American Revolution, Eastern Star, Daughters of the Nile and the New Hartford American Legion Auxiliary. She was a former member of the American Association of University Women, New Hartford Lioness, Women of the Elks, the Masonic Home Auxiliary and the Skenandoa Country Club.  She is survived by her husband, Clark Briggs; one son, Daniel and his wife, Iris; two daughters Nancy Lillibridge and her husband, David and Patricia Davern and her husband, William; grandchildren, Gregory, Julianna and Emily Lillibridge and Shawn and Matthew Davern. Relatives and friends are invited and may call Sunday from 2-4 p.m. at Nunn & McGrath Funeral Directors, 470 French Rd., Utica.  Funeral services will follow visitation at 4 p.m.  Interment will be at the convenience of the family in Pulaski, NY.  In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc. or the charity of ones choice. Messages of sympathy at www.nunnandmcgrath.com Published in The Observer-Dispatch from March 24 to March 26, 2011 —————————————- Thank you to Find A Grave contributor Frank K. who has made a suggestion: As stated in her obit her maiden name was: Mahaffy I linked her to her husband. They are/will be interred at Pulaski Village Cemetery. She was born April, 20, 1922

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  68188984

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Clark E.  Briggs

Birth:   Nov. 19, 1921

Death:   Feb. 17, 2013

Biography:

Clark E. Briggs, 91, of Utica, passed away on Sunday, February 17, 2013 at home with his family by his side. Mr. Briggs was born in Chicago, IL on November 19, 1921, the son of Ida Mae (Leidfeldt) and Charles M. Briggs. He moved to Rome, NY with his parents in 1929. He graduated from Rome Free Academy and was an alumnus of Clarkson College, Potsdam, NY. On September 16, 1944, he married Betty Mahaffy in Pulaski, a blessed union of 66 years prior to her passing on March 23, 2011. Mr. Briggs served in the U.S. Army during WWII from 1943 to 1946, serving in both the European and Pacific Theaters. He retired from General Electric in 1985 after 37 years, working in Syracuse, NY, Bridgeport, CT and lastly in Utica, NY. Mr. Briggs was a member of the New Hartford First United Methodist Church, Racket River Lodge #213 F & AM, Potsdam, and the Valley of Utica Scottish Rite Bodies. He served as an active member of the Ziyara Shrine Temple, serving as secretary and treasurer of the Director’s Staff and the Unit Council. Mr. Briggs received a membership in the Grand Cross of Color of the Rainbow for Girls. He was also a member of the New Hartford Lions Club, Faxton Council, the Utica BPOE #33, Utica Curling Club, Skenandoa Club of Clinton, General Electric Quarter Century Club, Maennerchor Club, New Hartford Post 1376 American Legion, serving as adjutant for several years. Mr. Briggs is survived by a son, Daniel C. Briggs and his wife, Iris, Elbridge; two daughters, Nancy Lillibridge and her husband, David, Clinton and Patricia Davern and her husband, William, Camillus; grandchildren, Gregory, Julianna and Emily Lillibridge Shawn and Matthew Davern, Christopher and Erin Jones and Elicia Jones and great-granddaughter, Moryah. Relatives and friends are invited and may call Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. at Nunn & McGrath Funeral Directors, 470 French Rd., Utica. The New Hartford Post 1376 American Legion and the Masons will meet at the funeral home at 2:45 p.m. Funeral services will commence following visitation at 3 p.m. with Rev. Laurie Pauley officiating. Spring interment will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Remembrances in Clark’s name may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc. or Ziyara Patient Transportation Fund. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home. The Brigg’s family extends their gratitude to Dr. Butala, Dr. Dang and Dr. Silver, Hospice & Palliative Care and the Visiting Nurse Association for the care and compassion shown to Clark during his illness.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from February 19 to February 21, 2013

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  105487672

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Luther Henry  Briglin

Birth:   1881

Death:   1960

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128208267

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Mara E  Bristol

Birth:   1958

Death:   1980

Biography:

Plot#  X-408A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317025

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Sherry A. Hort Britton

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 1, 1973

Biography:

Pulaski Woman, 22, Expires   PULASKI — Mrs. Sherry A. Britton, 22, wife of Francis F. Britton, Jr., Pulaski, died Saturday in Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, where she had been a patient three weeks.   The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Rev. Richard Clay, rector of St. James Episcopal Church, officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.   Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Sherry Lynn, 2, Heather Lee, three months; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Hort, Pulaski, her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Balcom, Pulaski; her paternal grandmother, Mrs.  Gertrude  Castretter, Altmar; her paternal grandfather,  Francis  T. Hort, Washington state; a brother, Edward V. Hort, Pulaski, and a sister, Barbara C. Hort, Pulaski  Source: Watertown Daily Times, Jan 3, 1973

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111194682

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Addie M. Dunbar Brown

Birth:   1872

Death:   1890

Biography:

BROWN—DUNBAR-in-South Richland, May 7, 1890, at the home of the bride, Charles B. Brown to Addie, only daughhter of Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Dunbar, by Rev. C.C. Oyleton  Source: Sandy Creek News, May 15, 1890

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432771

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Adelbert M  Brown

Birth:   Jul., 1843

Death:   1900

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  98983472

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Alice M.  Brown

Birth:   1870

Death:   1923

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418020

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Anna  Brown

Birth:   1839

Death:   1910

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128347918

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Asa S.  Brown

Birth:   1830

Death:   Nov. 10, 1904

Biography:

The body of Asa Brown, a veteran of the Civil War, who died at Sandy Creek Friday last, was brought here today and interment was made in Pulaski cemetery, J.B. Butler Post No 111 G.A.R. conducting the services.  Source: OSWEGO DAILY PALLADIUM Nov 16, 1904

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431790

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Asel W.  Brown

Birth:   1869

Death:   1936

Biography:

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Candice C. Waffle Brown

Birth:   Apr. 25, 1831

Death:   Feb. 20, 1914

Biography:

Note: Wife of Edmund Brown(1815-1892).

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Carrie C.  Brown

Birth:   1863

Death:   1949

Biography:

Plot#

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Charles S.  Brown

Birth:   1861

Death:   1946

Biography:

Plot#

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Daniel  Brown

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 17, 1867

Biography:

Inscription: age 81 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339699

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Edmond  Brown

Birth:   1867

Death:   1946

Biography:

Plot#

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Edmund  Brown

Birth:   Mar. 16, 1815

Death:   Mar. 25, 1892

Biography:

Note: Husband of Candice C. Waffle

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418037

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Eva G.  Brown

Birth:   1888

Death:   1978

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418024

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Fannie  Brown

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 5, 1891

Biography:

Note: Aged 29 years.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431814

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Henry A.  Brown

Birth:   1862

Death:   Sep., 1931

Biography:

Plot#

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Hiram L.  Brown

Birth:   1809

Death:   1854

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431659

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Julia A.  Brown

Birth:   Jun. 16, 1828

Death:   Jun. 29, 1892

Biography:

On the same stone with Lewis C. Clark & Harriet Clark

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Mary T. McShane Brown

Birth:   Oct. 8, 1914

Death:   Feb. 26, 2008

Biography:

Mary T. Brown, 93, formerly of Pulaski, died Tuesday at South Eastern Regional Medical Center in Lumberton, NC. Born October 8, 1914, in New York City, she was the daughter of James C. and Mary Ann Carroll McShane. She resided in Pulaski until 1970, then moved to Lumberton, NC, spending summers at Eagle Crag Lake near Tupper Lake, NY. She graduated from Pulaski Academy High School in 1933 and graduated from the College of New Rochelle, NY, in 1937. She received her master’s degree in education from Syracuse University. She married William Brown on June 6, 1942; he died March 2, 2002. Mrs. Brown was a correspondent for the Syracuse Herald-Journal and Oswego Palladium Times. She taught in the English department at Pulaski High School for 21 years, retiring in 1970. She was also employed by Robeson County Public School System in Public Relations for 10 years. Mrs. Brown was a member of St. Francis DeSales Church, Lumberton, NC; member of Delta Kappa Gamma; Monday Historical Club and Monday Study Club; former member of Christ Our Light Parish, Pulaski; and a member of Mount Arab Preserve Association at Eagle Crag, NY. Surviving: one daughter, Maureen (Craig) Rinde of Clarksville, TN; two granddaughters, Tiffany Cotner of Hawaii and Jennifer Humphrey of Columbus, OH; two great-granddaughters, Morgan and Paige Cotner; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by one sister, Sally Logan, and two brothers, Charles and James McShane. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Christ Our Light Parish, Pulaski, with spring burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, NY.   ***Note*** Her sister-in-law  Patricia O’Reilly McShane  passed away in 2007.

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Matthew McArthur  Brown

Birth:   Aug. 14, 1897

Death:   Jun. 11, 1960

Biography:

Plot#  X-206

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Mildred Alma Perfield Brown

Birth:   Apr. 15, 1902

Death:   1989

Biography:

Daughter of James W. Perfield and his wife, Caroline Maria Murray (see Hillside Cemetery, Central Square, NY). Married (1) Lewis Howard Bonney. Married (2) Norman Brown, who is buried in Center Lisle.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40421070

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Myrtle Leona Stewart Brown

Birth:   Sep. 25, 1898

Death:   Mar. 15, 1985

Biography:

Newspaper Obituary – March 25, 1985 Banner Times – Pulaski, New York – Area Deaths – Myrtle L. Brown, aged 87 of the Camp Road, Rexford, New York, died March 15, 1985 at the Saratoga infirmary in Saratoga Springs after a long illess. The funeral was held at 11 a.m., Monday, March 18 at Foster Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski with Rev. John W. Howell of the Congregational Church officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Mrs. Brown is survived by two sons, Matthew Brown Jr. of North Syracuse and Robert Brown of Webster, N.Y.; four daughters, Mrs. Annie Matacchiero of Rexford and Mrs. Marion Greene also of Rexford, Mrs. Evelyn Darling of Orwell and Mrs. Lois Tanner of Altmar; thirty-one grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and several great-great-great grandchildren. She was predeceased by two sons, Raymond and Archie. She was born Sept. 25, 1897 in Frankfort, N.Y., the daughter of Henry and Genzra Hammond Stewart. She attended Frankfort High School. She married Matthew Brown, Feb. 23, 1918 in Syracuse. Mr. Brown was employed by the Mexico Motor Car Co. for 30 years. He died June 11, 1960. Mrs. Brown resided in Pulaski until 1968, when she moved to Rexford to live with her daughters.

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Rev Samuel E.  Brown

Birth:   Nov. 10, 1835

Death:   Dec. 27, 1930

Biography:

Plot#  A-24

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128347817

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Samuel Reed  Brown

Birth:   Jun. 13, 1858

Death:   1915

Biography:

SAMUEL REED BROWN, A.B., A.M. Samuel Reed Brown was born at South Butler, N. Y., on the 13th day of June, 1860. His preparation for College was made at the following institutions:   The Academy at Little Falls, N.Y., the Lawrenceville Academy, at Lawrenceville, N.Y., and Ives Seminary, Antwerp, N.Y.  He was graduated from the last named institution, in classical course, in June, 1880. Mr. Brown matriculated at Hamilton College with the Class of ’84, in September, 1880. He remained with that Class for upwards of three years. He sang in the College choir, and was prominent in the College Glee Club. He then engaged in teaching for two years, and resumed his college work with the Class of ’86, with which he was graduated from Hamilton College, in June, 1886, with the degree of A.B. He was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He subsequently received from Hamilton College the degree of A.M. In 1897, he received from Syracuse University, an adeundem degree of A.M.  After graduation, Mr. Brown became principal of the St. Johnsville High School, where he remained for six years. He then became principal of the High School at East Syracuse, N.Y., where he remained for the next six years. He then became principal of the High School at Highland Falls, N.Y., which position he held for four years. He has been principal of the High School at Clifton Springs, N.Y., for the last three years.  On the 14th day of December, 1893, Mr. Brown was married to Bertha Whyland, at St. Johnsville, N. Y. Their only child, Esther Whyland Brown, was born at St. Johnsville, N. Y., on the 10th day of March, 1896. She is now a freshman at Elmira College.  *Thank you to  47305175  for providing this information

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Sarah  Brown

Birth:   1851

Death:   1852

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431671

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Sarah A Stewart Brown

Birth:   Feb. 17, 1849

Death:   Apr. 26, 1925

Biography:

MRS. SARAH A. BROWN The subject of this sketch was the youngest child of the late Draper and Mary Look Stewart. She was born in the town of Richland, February 17, 1849, and her early, life was spent in that town. She was married June 15, 1867, to Adelbert. M. Brown of Mannsville. Three years later she removed to Mannsville and afterward to Lorraine and returned to Pulaski, where her husband died. She was the mother of three daughters, two of whom are dead, Mrs. L. W. Stewart of Pulaski and Mrs. Chas. Sacketts of Syracuse. Death waff due to heart disease from which she had suffered for many years. She was found dead irf~*^d Sunday morning. April 26, having apparently died on retiring. She early in life gave herself to the Saviour and was an “earnest, faithful Christian. She is survived by her only daughter, Mrs. C. S. Ackley; two grandchildren, Ralph Ackley of Worth and Mrs. Lee Kilts of Lorraine; also four great grandchildren. She was laid at rest beside her husband and daughters at -Pulaski, Rev. G. A. Foot officiating.  Source: Sandy Creek News May 7 1925

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Sarah Ann Darath Brown

Birth:   May 21, 1839

Death:   Apr., 1910

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., April 20, 1910, Page 7, Image 7

Plot#  A-24

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Sylvia  Brown

Birth:   1843

Death:   Jul. 29, 1916

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431801

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Vina R  Brown

Birth:   1870

Death:   Feb. 5, 1888

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  96086086

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William  Brown

Birth:   1922

Death:   Mar. 2, 2002

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, July 31, 2002  William S. Brown, 80, of Lumberton, N.C., died March 2. Born in Pulaski, he graduated from Pulaski schools and received a master’s degree from State University College at Potsdam. He was a teacher at local high schools and a math and science teacher at Robeson Community College in Lumberton. He was a U.S. Corps of Army Engineers veteran of World War II. Survivors: His wife, Mary; a daughter, Maureen Rinde of Fort Campbell, Ky.; three sisters, Virginia Smith of Sandy Creek, Evie Davis of Camp Verde, Ariz., and Katherine Brown of Phoenix, Ariz.; two brothers, Robert of Kinnelon, N.J., and James of Sun City West, Ariz.; two granddaughters; two great-granddaughters. Graveside services: 10 a.m. Thursday in Pulaski Cemetery

Plot#  O-189

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William Stanley  Brown

Birth:   Aug. 7, 1895

Death:   Aug. 10, 1985

Biography:

Plot#  R-95

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317029

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Alexander  Bruce

Birth:   1809

Death:   1877

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339700

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Isabella  Bruce

Birth:   1813

Death:   1892

Biography:

Inscription: wife of Alexander Bruce

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339701

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Dana  Bumpus

Birth:   1868

Death:   1938

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432346

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Elizabeth  Bumpus

Birth:   1839

Death:   1927

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432376

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Florence  Bumpus

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1982

Biography:

Plot#  P-26-27

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317031

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Fred D.  Bumpus

Birth:   1877

Death:   1890

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432352

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Guilford Mariam  Bumpus

Birth:   Feb., 1837

Death:   1921

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432364

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George W.  Bunce

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 22, 1841

Biography:

Inscription: age 24 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339702

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Blanche B. Petrie Burch

Birth:   Jul. 4, 1880

Death:   Dec. 23, 1950

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148599929

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Tracy D.  Burch

Birth:   1878

Death:   Jun. 11, 1951

Biography:

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Jessie M  Burchlee

Birth:   1881

Death:   1977

Biography:

Plot#  X-55

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317033

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Maurice  Burcklee

Birth:   Jul. 11, 1893

Death:   Aug. 29, 1956

Biography:

Rites Saturday for  Maurice Burcklee   Maurice Burcklee, 63, died Wednesday afternoon at Marcy State Hospital where he had been a patient but two weeks.   Funeral services will be held at the Foster Funeral Home Saturday at 3 o’clock with the Rev. M. Howard St. Cyr, pastor of St. James Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.   He was born July 11, 1893, in Patterson, N.J., the son of Maurice and Anna Week Burcklee. In 1932 he married Lessie Peacor in Suffern, N.Y., and in 1933 they came to Pulaski where he established the Pulaski Diner on S. Salina St. which he operated until just a few years ago.   He was a veteran of World War I, a member of Pulaski Lodge, 415 F. & A.M., a member of Robert Edwards Post, and also Salmon River Barracks, Veterans of World War I.   Surviving besides Mrs. Burcklee are two sisters, Mrs. James Sarle and Mrs. Fred Vastano of Patterson, N.J., and two brothers, Alfred of Patterson and Joseph of Jersey City, N.J.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, Aug 30, 1956

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  96240303

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Clinton James  Burdick

Birth:   1918

Death:   1998

Biography:

Plot#  R-184

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317034

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Donald  Burdick

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 23, 1972

Biography:

Donald Burdick Expires at 58   Donald Burdick, Hall road, Oswego, formerly of Pulaski, died Friday, June 23, 1972 in Oswego. The funeral for Mr. Burdick was held on Monday in Oswego with burial in Pulaski.   Surviving besides his widow Mrs. Bertha Coffin Burdick, are two sons, Robert and Kenneth, Oswego; a daughter, Donna Burdick, Oswego; five grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Edson ( Ruth ) Bennett, Pulaski, and Mrs. Harry (Dorothy) Elkins, Lacona.   Born in Pulaski, son of Arthur and Marion Hilliker Burdick, he was a resident of the Oswego sector for thirty years, and was employed as a quality control inspector at Oswego Casting, Inc.    He was a member of the United Methodist church at South Scriba.  Source: Mexico Independent, 1972

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  85756590

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Henry Clayton  Burkett

Birth:   Feb. 11, 1883

Death:   Aug. 27, 1916

Biography:

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Kenneth Robbins  Burkett

Birth:   1913

Death:   Mar. 31, 1915

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  107988342

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Lulu Belle Robbins Burkett

Birth:   Oct. 9, 1883

Death:   Jul. 8, 1928

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  104742703

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Blanche  Burns

Birth:   1912

Death:   1998

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111211514

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Sgt Ward F.  Burns

Birth:   1912

Death:   1990

Biography:

Veteran WWII

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111208352

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Frank R  Burr

Birth:   1918

Death:   2012

Biography:

Lt. Colonel U.S. Air Force

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  163841879

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Frank R.  Burr

Birth:   unknown

Death:   4519

Biography:

Plot#  A-28

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148484204

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Harriett M.  Burr

Birth:   Aug. 17, 1874

Death:   Mar. 22, 1956

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., March 29, 1956, Page 7, Image 7

Plot#  A-25

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148430547

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Harry  Burr

Birth:   May 28, 1886

Death:   Apr. 26, 1938

Biography:

Sandy Creek news., April 27, 1938, Page 1, Image 1

Plot#  A-28

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148483982

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John V.  Burr

Birth:   1872

Death:   Oct., 1909

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., October 27, 1909, Page 5, Image 5

Plot#  A-25

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148430463

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Nellie H. Hinman Burr

Birth:   Jan. 1, 1869

Death:   Mar. 12, 1949

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., March 17, 1949, Page 1, Image 1  Sandy Creek news., March 17, 1949, Page 6, Image 6  wife of john burr

Plot#  A-25

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148430522

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Orissa J. Babcock Burr

Birth:   Sep. 13, 1895

Death:   Mar. 26, 1927

Biography:

wife of harry a. burr  The Pulaski Democrat., March 30, 1927, Page 1, Image 1

Plot#  A-28

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148484059

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Frances C.  Burt

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Inscription: “Our Darling”   Note: Daughter of Ward J. & Hannah A. Burt.  Aged 10 months 5 days

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16325064

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Hannah A.  Burt

Birth:   1867

Death:   1954

Biography:

Note: Wife of Ward J. & mother of Frances C. Burt

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16325054

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Sarah Allen Burt

Birth:   Aug. 12, 1845

Death:   Jul. 31, 1917

Biography:

MRS. SARAH E. BURT   Mrs. Sarah E. Burt, widow of the late Warren A. Burt, of Eacona, entered the life triumphant Tuesday morning, July 31, 1917. She was stricken with paralysis the previous Friday from the effects of which she did not fully regain consciousness until the day she entered that realm where pain, separation and death are unknown.   Mrs. Burt was born at Chaumont Aug. 12, 1845, being the daughter of Hiram and Emeline Allen of that place. She became the wife of Warren A. Burt Dec. 25, 1864, and the first few years of their married life were spent at Hastings, N. Y. Four children blessed, their union, three of whom survive, Ward J., Richland, Mrs. Lizzie A. Hewlett, Pulaski and Miss Jessie Burt, Lacona. Their daughter, Flora, a beautiful young woman passed away several years ago.   The major part of their married life was spent in  Pulaski and Sandy Creek.   The funeral service was held at her late home Thursday afternoon, Aug. 2 Rev. T.T. Davies officiating. Interment in the family lot at the Pulaski cemetery.   Despite many years of invalidism and the deprivations incident to physical weakness, the departed had cultivated a cheery, joyous and optimistic attitude toward life.  Moroseness and pessimism had no room in her heart and under the spell of her smile, untoward things seemed to  vanish away. Her working creed were the words,  “All things work together for good to them that love God.” Her character was pure gold, devoid of alloy to detract from its preciousness. She was a desciple “whom Jesus loved.”  Source: Sandy Creek News, Aug 2, 1917

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Ward J.  Burt

Birth:   1865

Death:   1929

Biography:

Note: Husband of Hannah A. & father of Frances C. Burt

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16325045

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Mason C.  Burton

Birth:   Apr. 22, 2014

Death:   Apr. 22, 2014

Biography:

Mason C. Burton, infant son of Kirstin Richards and Christopher Burton, passed away on April 22, 2014 at the Crouse Hospital in Syracuse. He was born April 22, 2014. Surviving are his parents, Kirstin Richards and Christopher Burton of Brewerton; brother, Izac Richards; maternal grandparents, Carolyn Dashnaw of Brewerton and Gregg Richards of Pulaski; aunt, Allanna Richards of Brewerton; paternal grandparents, Chris and Brandi Burton; maternal great-grandparents, Carl and Geraldine Dashnaw of Pulaski and Joanne Richards of Pulaski; paternal great-grandparents, Claude and Deborah Sutherland and James and Montez Burton, of Abbeville, SC; and maternal great great-grandparents, Gerald and Ann Archer of Pulaski. Funeral Services will be held 1 p.m. Monday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, NY with burial in Pulaski Cemetery.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Apr. 26 to Apr. 27, 2014

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Samuel E  Burton

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 20, 1861

Biography:

Aged 18 yrs, 7 mos, 17 dys

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Fred  Bush

Birth:   1902

Death:   1981

Biography:

Plot#  O-402R

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317036

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Michael O  Bush

Birth:   1949

Death:   1991

Biography:

Plot#  R-65

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317037

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Charlotte  Bushnell

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 23, 1851

Biography:

First wife of Elisha Bushnell.  Note: Aged 36 years.  Their son Henry is on the same stone.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324809

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Elisha  Bushnell

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 7, 1883

Biography:

Husband of both Charlotte & Sarah J. Bushnell.    Charlotte was his first wife.  Their son Henry is also on the stone.  Sarah J., his second wife, and their two daughters Sarah J. & Frannie are also on the same stone.    Note: aged 72 years

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324764

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Frannie  Bushnell

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 22, 1862

Biography:

Daughter of Elisha & Sarah J. Bushnell.  Sister of Sarah E. & half sister of Henry Bushnell.    Note: Aged 5 years

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324912

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George  Bushnell

Birth:   May 14, 1842

Death:   Jun. 27, 1931

Biography:

CIVIL WAR VETERAN SUFFERS FATAL STROKE  George Bushnell, 89, a veteran of the Civil War and a member of the J.R. Butler Post, died last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Beehm where he had been residing for some time. He suffered a stroke the Monday before.  Mr. Bushnell was born in this town May 14, 1842 and his home was always been in this locality. In his youth he was a sailor on the great Lakes and a canaler. He was a painter by trade. He is survived by two half sisters, Mrs. Geo. Crawford and Mrs. VanDeusen of Syracuse, and two nephews, Carl and Paul Bushnell also of Syracuse.  The funeral was held from the Foster funeral home Sunday afternoon, Rev. John Warren, pastor of the Methodist chuch, officating. Burial in Pulaski cemetery.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, July 22, 1931    Inscription: Co. D 27 NY Battery

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324987

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Henry  Bushnell

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 6, 1847

Biography:

Son of Elisha & Charlotte Bushnell.  Half brother of Frannie & Sarah E. Bushnell.    Note: Aged 10 years

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324938

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Sarah E.  Bushnell

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 20, 1862

Biography:

Daughter of Elisha & Sarah J. Bushnell.  Sister of Frannie & half sister of Henry Bushnell.    Inscription: Aged 3 years

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324875

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Sarah J.  Bushnell

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 27, 1888

Biography:

Second wife of Elisha Bushnell.  Their daughters Sarah E. & Frannie are on the same stone with Sarah & Elisha.    Inscription: His second wife   Note: Aged 61 years.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324841

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Harry M. “Pumpy”  Butler

Birth:   Oct. 2, 1918

Death:   40318

Biography:

Harry M. “Pumpy” Butler, 91, and Loretta Clark Butler, 93, formerly of Pulaski, died at the home of their daughter in Valrico, Florida on May 20, and July 20, 2010 respectively. They were under the loving care of their family and Lifepath Hospice. Graveside services will be held at the Pulaski Cemetery on Saturday, August 28, 2010 at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lifepath Hospice, 12973 North Telecom Parkway, Suite 100, Temple Terrace, FL 33637. Arrangements by Foster-Hax Funeral Home 52 Park Street, Pulaski.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on August 25, 2010

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  57703537

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  1. B. Butler

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Inscription: In memoriam J.B. Butler    Post # III 1861-1865 Presented by J.B. Butler WRC

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16322962

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Loretta Clark Butler

Birth:   Apr. 25, 1917

Death:   Jul. 20, 2010

Biography:

Harry M. “Pumpy” Butler, 91, and Loretta Clark Butler, 93, formerly of Pulaski, died at the home of their daughter in Valrico, Florida on May 20, and July 20, 2010 respectively. They were under the loving care of their family and Lifepath Hospice. Graveside services will be held at the Pulaski Cemetery on Saturday, August 28, 2010 at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lifepath Hospice, 12973 North Telecom Parkway, Suite 100, Temple Terrace, FL 33637. Arrangements by Foster-Hax Funeral Home 52 Park Street, Pulaski.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on August 25, 2010

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  57703499

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Margaret M. Manwaring Butler

Birth:   Nov. 12, 1916

Death:   Oct. 11, 2010

Biography:

Margaret M. Butler, age 93, life resident of Pulaski, passed away Monday at University Hospital, Syracuse. Margaret was born on November 12, 1916, the daughter of James L. and Marie Hinman Manwaring. She graduated from Pulaski Academy High School in 1935. Margaret married Max Butler on July 7, 1935, he died December 30, 1996. Margaret was a member of the Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski, the Pulaski Tuesday Study Club. She also played the piano with a quartet and trio at various venues. She also played in golf leagues at the Elms. Surviving: two sons, James (Linda) Butler of Pulaski, Thomas (Beverly) Butler of Wilmington, NC; one sister-in-law, Christine Manwaring of Syracuse; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Margaret was predeceased by one grandson, Thomas M. Butler Jr., and one brother, James Manwaring. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Saturday, at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Donations may be made to the Park United Methodist Church, 2 Hubble Street, Pulaski, NY 13142 or to NOCA, 21 Delano Street, Pulaski, NY 13142. The family would like to give a special thanks to Celeste Carnes, Joni Scott, Kathy Larabee, and Thomas Jones for all of their help and support.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on October 12, 2010

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  60196194

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Max A.  Butler

Birth:   5976

Death:   Dec. 30, 1996

Biography:

Max A. Butler, 80, of 49 Park St. died Monday at the Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown. A life resident of Pulaski, he graduated from Pulaski Academy High School in 1934 and Rider Business College in Trenton, N.J., in 1939. He served in the U.S. Navy Seabees from 1942 to 1946. He and his brother owned and operated Butler Lumber and Fuel Co., which they bought from their father, for 40 years until Mr. Butler retired in 1986. He also worked as an accountant at Oswego Candy Works in Oswego and at Sealright in Fulton. He was a member of the Park United Methodist Church in Pulaski and the Pulaski Masonic Lodge. He was a member and past president of the Pulaski Chamber of Commerce. He was a former zoning officer and planning board member for the village of Pulaski. Mr. Butler was a former member of the Pulaski Service Club and a charter member of the Elms Golf Club. Survivors are his wife, Margaret L. Butler; two sons, James L. and Thomas M., both of Pulaski; a brother, Harry M. of Pulaski; a sister, Dorothy Wolner of Pulaski; three grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. A grandson, Thomas M. Butler Jr., died in 1992. Services are 11 a.m. Thursday at the Foster-Hax Funeral home, Rev. Elizabeth Mowry officiating. Spring burial is in Pulaski Cemetery.  The Syracuse Post-Standard Tuesday, December 31, 1996

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  60196235

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Thomas M  Butler

Birth:   1970

Death:   Jul. 18, 1992

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Monday, July 20, 1992  Thomas M. Butler Jr., 22, of 7463 Box St., died Saturday from injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident. A native of Limstone, Maine, Mr. Butler graduated in 1988 from Technical Carrier Center in Mexico and from Pulaski Academy and Central School. He was employed by Burns and Roe Inc. He was a communicant of the Park United Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife, Kelly M.; his parents, Thomas M. Sr. and Beverly C., both of Pulaski; a sister, Jody M. of Pulaski; paternal grandparents Max and Margater, both of Pulaski; maternal grandparents Stanley and Madeline Hubbard, both of Pulaski; paternal great-grandmother Pauline Manwaring of Pulaski; and uncles, aunts and cousins. Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  O-146

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317039

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Ellen Mercy  Butterfield

Birth:   1832

Death:   Jan. 5, 1909

Biography:

Note: Aged 77 years

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16414551

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Eldon M.  Cagwin

Birth:   1915

Death:   1993

Biography:

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Elsie E. Coit Cagwin

Birth:   1914

Death:   1998

Biography:

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Carrie E. Griswold Caldwell

Birth:   1844

Death:   1911

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16417815

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Deliah H.  Caldwell

Birth:   Nov. 7, 1857

Death:   Aug. 21, 1888

Biography:

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Dr Henry W.  Caldwell

Birth:   Jun. 25, 1841

Death:   Mar., 1915

Biography:

  1. H.W. CALDWELL A Beloved Citizen – Patriot – Skilled Physician The death of Dr. Henry W. Caldwell, which occurred at his home in this village, removes one of the best known citizens of this town. Dr. Caldwell was a skilled physician and held a broad acquaintance and his ability was recognized by the medical fraternity and sought in the circle of his acquiescences.  Dr. Caldwell was born June 25, 1841 at West Monroe, this county. He was the son of James G. and Eliza Williams Caldwell, and had a grandfather who was a physician and surgeon in the war of 1812 his mother’s father, Dr. Henry Williams. When 17 years of age Henry W. Caldwell commenced  the study of medicine in West Monroe, N.Y. In the fall of 1860 he went to Michigan, and in August, 1861, raised part of a company and enlisted in Co. A of the Eighth Re g ime nt Infantry Michigan Volunteers, as corporal. He, with three other brothers, went into the service of the country. The other three lost their lives in the service. Dr. Caldwell was wounded at Wilmington Island, Ga., in April, 1862, and  left for dead on the ground but he rallied and reached the union lines and was sent to the hospital where he recovered.   He remained in the service and acted as hospital steward and assistant surgeon. He was honorably discharged from the service in the winter of 1863, and returned to his home in West Monroe, where he resumed his studies of medicine. He graduated in medicine in 1886, and in March of that year opened an office in Florence, Oneida County, and remained there until 1872, when he removed to this village.  In October 1865, he married Miss Carrie K. Griswold of Florence. N.Y., who died three years ago. They had two sons, James G. of New York and Henry W., of Rochester, who were with their father at the time of his death. Besides the  sons he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Anna Trumbull, of Plattsburg and one brother, William C. Caldwell, of Auburn.    Dr. Caldwell was a member of the Oswego County Medical Society, also a member of the Oneida County Medical Society, the New York Medical Society and the American Medical Society, and was medical director of the Department of New York, G.A.R. in 1889, and U.S. pension examining surgeon in 1870 to 1894. He served as coroner of this county 1876 to 1885. He served  as village trustee and was a member of Post Butler G.A.R. No. 111, and had served as High Commander. He was a member of Camden Lodge, F. & A.M., over 50 years.   Dr. Caldwell had in his possession a cancer cure which he has used with great success, and had written many papers on medicine which were recognised as authority.   The funeral was largely attended by neighbors and friends, members of the Masonic fraternity, Grand Army and Sons of Veterans, Saturday, at ten o’clock in the forenoon. Rev. Albert P. Palmer officiated. Mr. Palmer spoke with much feeling of the great, noble, kindhearted doctor. He spoke true when he said many would remember the multitude of kindnesses to the credit of the departed one. His skill was for the help of all, and he never que s t ioned whether be would be remunerated or not. Mr. Palmer had a close interview with he Good Doctor a short time before he sank into unconsciousness, and in that interview the Doctor asked to have Mr. Palmer pray for and with him, and he rested his weary mind on the hope that his secount would not be without credit in the great hereafter.   The Grand Army conducted  the burial service in the home, casting flowers and a flag upon the casket. Beautiful floral tributes were in evidence showing that friends had tender and loving remembrances to express.   The brother from Auburn was present at the funeral, but the sister was ill, and could not be here. Friends from out of town present were: Mr. Barney Veeder of Central Snaare and Mrs. Oscar Tucker and daughter, Belle, of West Monroe.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, March 3, 1915

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16417811

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Eliza  Caldwell

Birth:   Apr. 2, 1815

Death:   Jan. 17, 1888

Biography:

Note: Wife of James G. Caldwell sr.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16417830

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Helen  Caldwell

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov. 7, 1986

Biography:

Services for Helen Caldwell, 85, of Canning Factory Road, Pulaski, who died Friday evening, November 7, 1986 at the House of the Good Samaritan Hospital, Watertown, were at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski.   Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery.   There were no calling hours.  Born in West Virginia, she moved to Pulaski in 1985 after living in Fulton for 25 years. Her husband, Frank, died in 1942.   Surviving are one daughter, Lorraine Radziseski of Syracuse; one granddaughter; and one greatgrandson.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Nov 17, 1986

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Helen F.  Caldwell

Birth:   1888

Death:   1971

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418738

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James  Caldwell Jr

Birth:   Apr. 18, 1847

Death:   Oct. 31, 1864

Biography:

Inscription: Co. I 20 Reg’t NY Cav.   died at Norfolk VA

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16417898

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James G.  Caldwell Sr

Birth:   Nov. 9, 1809

Death:   Jul. 19, 1897

Biography:

Note: Husband of Eliza Caldwell

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16417821

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Lieut Albert W.  Caldwell

Birth:   Mar. 25, 1837

Death:   Jan. 15, 1863

Biography:

In late 1860, Huldah married Albert W. Caldwell. Albert Caldwell was born 1837 to James G Caldwell (1809-1897) and Eliza Williams (1815-1888) and died 1863 Virginia. The couple had one daughter, Ann Eliza, born September 23, 1861 at Evans Mills, New York.  The couple did not live together long as Albert Caldwell enlisted to fight in the Civil War the same month his daughter Ann was born.  U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles: Albert Caldwell served in the Civil War and died because of it on April 20, 1863; Age 24; Enlisted in Company Battery C, New York 1st LA Battery C Light Artillery Battery on September 6, 1861. Promoted to Full Sergeant. Mustered out on January 10, 1863 at Falmouth, VA. Age: 24 Residence: Champion, Jefferson, New York.  2nd record found: Albert Caldwell, Age 25; Death: Falmouth, Stafford, Virginia, USA. Died during the American Civil War at a camp near Falmouth, VA close to Fredericksburg; died from sickness.   Huldah, widowed, and her daughter Ann found living with Huldah’s parents in the 1870 and 1880 censuses at Wilna, Jefferson, New York:  1870: Calvin Anderson 65, Ann Anderson 62, Reynard Anderson 36, Augustie Anderson 26, Huldah Colnall 33, Ann Eliza Colnall 9. 1880: Calvin 75, wife Annatie 73, daughter Huldah 43 and granddaughter Ann E. Colwell 18.  *thank you to  47305175  for providing this information    Inscription: Lieut. Co. C Reg’t NY H.Y. Art.    Wounded 2nd Battle of Bull Run died at Falmouth VA.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16417881

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Sgt George W.  Caldwell

Birth:   Mar. 5, 1835

Death:   Jun. 27, 1864

Biography:

Inscription: Serg’t Co. B 149 Reg’t N.Y.V.  Killed in battle at Kenesaw Mt. GA June 27, 1864

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16417865

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Wendell M.  Caldwell

Birth:   1910

Death:   1978

Biography:

Wendell M. Caldwell, 68, of Riverview, Florida, died November 7 at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Brandon, Florida.   A native of Rochester, N.Y., Mr. Caldwell had lived in Florida since 1972. Retired in 1971, he had been a tool engineer with Eastman Kodak Co. for 35 years.   He was a member of the Apostles Lutheran Church of Brandon, Fla. and the American Society for Tool Engineers.   He is survived by his wife, Ethel of Riverview, Fla.; one son William W. Caldwell of Brandenton; Fla.; one stepson, William W. Buisch of Lanham, Md.; 2 daughters, Cynthia Ellen Barrett of Penhook, Va., and Nancy Jean Micaluso of Ft. Meyers Fla.; 3 stepdaughters, Marilyn Schuck of White Sands, New Mexico, Grace Ardieta of Rochester, and Sarah Buisch, of Las Cruces, N.M.; and 17 grandchildren.   Funeral services were conducted in Florida at the Stowers Brandon Chapel, Rev. Donald W. Muehlnickel, pastor of the Apostles Lutheran Church of Brandon, officiating. Arrangements were by Stowers of Brandon.   He was buried in Pulaski, local arrangements by Foster-Hax Funeral Home.   Graveside services were 11 a.m. Nov. 16 at the Pulaski Cemetery.   Donations may be made to the Diabetes Ass’n or the Memorial Fund for Apostles Lutheran Church of Brandon.   Source: November 22, 1978 Pulaski (N.Y.) Democrat

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418741

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Claribel “Belle”  Calkins

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov. 15, 1944

Biography:

In Memory of Claribel Calkins  The notice in the Democrat of November 16th of the passing of Miss Claribel Calkins brought to many of the older residents of our village recollections of Eliphalet and Mary Ludington Calkins and their family, highly regarded ‘ citizens of former days.   Claribel (Belle, as she was generally called) was the youngest and the only survivor of the family. She was graduated at Pulaski Academy at a very early age in the Class of 1887, and at Oberlin College in 1894. She spent several years in school teaching but found her greatest happiness in pursuing her studies, loving learning for learning’s sake. She spent the summer of 1909 in language study at Dresden and Berlin, and in 1912-14 did postgraduate work at Columbia University. Upon graduating from the Syracuse University Library School in 1918, she was offered and accepted a position in the University Library, where she remained until her last illness. In October last, suffering from a heart and lung ailment, she entered Crouse Irving hospital, and there passed away on November 15th. the funeral service was held at, the Welter Funeral Home in Syracuse, with Dr. Norman E. Nygaard, pastor of Park Avenue Presbyterian Church, officiating.   The affection in which Belle was held was evidenced by the many friends in attendance and the numerous beautiful floral tributes. A brief committal service was later in the day held at the family plot in Pulaski Cemetery.   Belle Calkins had a rare and fine character. She was a sincere Christian, devoted to her church; an ardent lover of Nature, finding constant joy in all its variations and beauties. She was entirely happy in her work and associations, and enjoyed to the utmost the opportunities afforded her in Syracuse in the way of music, lectures and the theater. In her quiet, self-effacing way she drew friends; she had lived a full life, and when the time came to go on she could say:   “…I am glad to go,  For the lamp burns low,  And rest is best.”   H.H.W  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Nov 30, 1944

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  110360307

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Sandra E. Knapp Callaghan

Birth:   Dec. 30, 1946

Death:   Jan. 8, 2010

Biography:

Sandra was the daughter of Judson and Dorothy Knapp and the wife of Brian Callaghan. She first married Bruce Maki and her children are Brian, Brett, Scott, Robin, and Todd.  She later married Brian Callaghan.  She was an archer who became the first female New York state certified hunting guide, and was the hospitality manager and principal owner of Sandy’s Camo Fa’ Lodge and Bed and Breakfast.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  67535190

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Sgt John R.  Callihan

Birth:   Jul. 25, 1895

Death:   Oct. 21, 1946

Biography:

Inscription: Massachusetts  SGT 5 PION INF WWI

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431488

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Charles C  Campbell

Birth:   1950

Death:   1986

Biography:

Plot#  C-46

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317043

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Charles C.  Campbell Jr

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 2, 1981

Biography:

Charles C, Campbell, Jr., 36   Charles C. Campbell, Jr., 36, of Park Street, died suddenly Friday, Jan. 2, at his home.   He was born in Syracuse to Charles and Elizabeth Merriam Campbell.   He graduated from Pulaski Academy and Central School, and attended State University College at Oswego and the Papermakers Union, Syracuse University.   For the past 10 years, he worked for Schoeller Technical Papers of Pulaski.   He was a member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary No. 2-5, served as director of Henderson Harbor Yacht Club and was a steward for the Papermakers Union.  Surviving are his father and a sister, Merriam A. of Pulaski.   Services were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Foster-Hax Funeral Home, the Rev. Richard A. Clay officating.   Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, Jan 12, 1981

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  106394097

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Merriam A  Campbell

Birth:   Oct. 10, 1948

Death:   Oct. 25, 2001

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, October 27, 2001  Merriam A. Campbell, 53, of 5624 Route 11, died Thursday at her home of a brain aneurism. Miss Campbell taught art for 25 years at Sandy Creek Central School, retiring in 1999. From 1971 to 1974, she had taught in Mundelein, Ill. Born Oct. 10, 1948, in Sandy Creek, daughter of Charles C. Sr. and Elizabeth M. Merriam Campbell, she graduated from Pulaski Academy High School in 1966, and from Midwestern College, Fairfield, Iowa, in 1970. She received a master’s degree from Syracuse University in 1979. Miss Campbell was a member of St. James Episcopal Church, Pulaski, a member and treasurer of the Ontario Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and a member of Salmon River Fine Arts Center, Pulaski, and the Pulaski Historical Society. Surviving are an uncle, Otto Lilley, and an aunt, Alice Gasperini, both of Pulaski, and several cousins. A brother, Charles, died Jan. 2, 1981. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. James Episcopal Church with the Rev. Sally Heiligman officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemeter

Plot#  C-46

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317044

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Rhoda E.  Campbell

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 16, 1871

Biography:

Inscription: Parted below  United above   Note: Wife of G.A. Campbell.  Aged 31 years

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16417578

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=16417578

 

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Durwood  Carey

Birth:   1904

Death:   1979

Biography:

Plot#  X-204

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317045

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James  Carey

Birth:   Jan. 28, 1878

Death:   Aug. 4, 1957

Biography:

James Carey, 79, Dies In Oswego  James Carey, 79, of Minetto, a longtime resident of Pulaski, died Sunday evening, August 4, 1957 at the Beadle Nursing home at Oswego. He had been ill ten weeks.  The funeral was held Wednesday, at 11 a.m. at the Foster funeral home, Rev. W. Russell Clark pastor of the Park Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in Pulaski cemetery.   Surviving Relatives   Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Stanley Bennett, with whom Mr. Carey lived for the past year and a half, and Mrs. Thomas Kennedy, Liverpool; four sons, D. Glenn, and J.  Ward of Pulaski, Francis of Lansing, Mich., and Rex of Camden, Ark,; and ten grandchildren.  Mr. Carey’s wife. Mrs. Mae Keislnger Carey, died in April, 1945.   Born In Boylston  He was born January 28, 1878 in the town of Boylston, the son of James and Eliza McMullen Carey. In his younger days he was a lumberman in Boylston, and he later became a farmer. For many years he was head foreman of the Douglaston Manor farm at Pulaski. For ten years, until, 1955 he was custodian of the Pulaski Academy and Central school  Source: Sandy Creek News, Aug 8, 1957

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  89293013

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Mae Kiesinger Carey

Birth:   Apr. 24, 1881

Death:   Apr., 1945

Biography:

MRS. JAMES CAREY FUNERAL YESTERDAY   Mrs. Mae Kiesinger Carey, 64, wife of James Carey, died Monday morning at the family home on Lake street. She was the daughter of Rev. Thomas J. and Julia Merritt Kiesinger. Born April 24, 1881, in Parish, Mrs. Carey lived many years in Sandy Creek. About 20 years ago she moved to Pulaski where she was active in Methodist church activities.   Surviving are her husband and four sons, D.G. Carey of Pulaski, Pfc. Rex Carey with the Army Engineers in Europe, Francis Carey of East Lansing, Mich., and Pvt. J. Ward Carey, destination unknown; two daughters, Mrs. T.J. Kennedy of Liverpool and Mrs. Stanley Bennett of Minetto; also five grandchildren.   Funeral services were held at the family home Wednesday morning.   Burial was in Pulaski cemetery.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, April 12, 1945

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  89292527

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Roscoe C  Carnal

Birth:   Jun. 26, 1881

Death:   Jan. 13, 1932

Biography:

MD

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  166048761

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=166048761

 

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Andrew P  Carnes

Birth:   1975

Death:   Oct. 2, 1994

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Monday, October 3, 1994  Andrew P. Carnes, 19, of 9101 Church St., died Sunday the result of injuries suffered in an automobile accident on Jackson Road in the town of Orwell. He was born in Watertown and graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1993. He graduated from Lincoln Electric School in Cleveland, Ohio in Dec. 1993. He participated in varsity football and wrestling in high school. Later, he worked as a self-employed welder. He was a communicant of St. Frances Catholic Church in Lacona, where he served as an altar boy for many years. Surviving are his father, John S. Carnes and his mother, the former Debra L. Kennedy; two brothers, John D. and Thomas P.; a sister, Katherine; his paternal grandparents, John H. and Rita Carnes of Pulaski; his maternal grandparents, John J. and Monica Kennedy of Winchester, Va.; two aunts; four uncles; and several cousins. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Francis Church in Lacona, the Rev. Anthony Keeffe officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  X-239

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317046

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John H  Carnes

Birth:   Jun. 25, 1921

Death:   Sep. 30, 1998

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, October 2, 1998  John H. Carnes, 76, of 17 Niagara St., Pulaski, died Wednesday at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center. Born in Pueblo, Colo., he lived in Williamsport, Pa., and Jersey Shore, N.J., before moving to Pulaski in 1937. He was a graduate of Pulaski Academy High School and attended Michigan State College. He retired in 1982 after 42 years with the New York Central Railroad in DeWitt. He was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church, Pulaski, and a member of Robert Edwards Post 358, American Legion, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7289, both in Pulaski. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors: His wife, Rita S.; a daughter, Margaret C. Carnes of Washington, D.C.; two sons, John S. of Lacona and James W. of Pulaski; five grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday in St. John the Evangelist Church. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  X-247

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317047

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=143317047

 

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Elaine J. Peterson Carney

Birth:   Jul. 19, 1927

Death:   Jan., 1995

Biography:

ELAINE J. CARNEY, PULASKI, DIES AT AGE OF 67   Watertown Daily Times (NY) – January 30, 1995   Elaine J. Carney, 67, of 7404 Bridge St., died Sunday in Oswego Hospital after a long illness.  The funeral will be at 8 p.m. Thursday at Taylor-Vida Funeral Home with the Rev. James Tschudy, pastor of the Pulaski Congregational Church, officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Donations may be made to Shriners Children’s Hospitals, Springfield, Mass.  Surviving are her husband, Clarence H. “Larry”; a daughter, Judy Trombley, Pulaski; two grandsons; two brothers, Edward Peterson, Pulaski, and Eugene Peterson, Englewood, Fla., an aunt and several nieces and nephews.  Born July 19, 1927, in Utica, a daughter of Andrew and Mildred Lawson Peterson, she attended school in Auburn and St. Margaret’s School of Nursing, Albany.  She married Clarence H. Carney on May 31, 1953, in Auburn and was a pediatric nurse at St. Margaret’s School of Nursing.  A resident of Pulaski since 1969, she was a member of the Pulaski Congregational Church and the Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 159, Pulaski, and Chapter 165, Auburn.

Plot#  X-326C

Findagrave Memorial ID:  175247704

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=175247704

 

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Charles N.  Carnrite

Birth:   Aug. 20, 1920

Death:   41410

Biography:

Charles N. Carnrite, age 92, resident of Syracuse, passed away May 16, 2013, with his loving family by his side. Charles was born August 20, 1920. He graduated from Pulaski High School. Charles married Rose Featherly in May 1941. He retired from the Jamesville School District, and he enjoyed coin collecting and playing bingo. Surviving: six granddaughters, Rose (Mark) Mitchell, Carolyn (Omar) Davis, Colleen (Paul) Precourt, Christine (Allen) Wilcox, Sherri Featherly, and Cindy Adams; one grandson, Steve Featherly; four great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren. Charles was predeceased by three daughters, Ann Bellows, Ada Corcoran and Evelyn Dattele Praul. Graveside services will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, June 1, at Pulaski Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 6725 Lyons St., PO Box 7, E. Syracuse, NY 13057  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from May 29 to May 30, 2013

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  111524388

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=111524388

 

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Rose Featherly Carnrite

Birth:   Sep. 15, 1915

Death:   Feb. 28, 1999

Biography:

Printed in the Post Standard, Syracuse, NY Page b4, col 5, on Mar 1, 1999 ROSE M. CARNRITE Rose M. Carnrite, 83, of 102 Judson St., Syracuse, died Sunday at James Square Health & Rehabilitation Centre.  Mrs. Carnrite was a native of Syracuse.  She was a private-duty nurse for manyh uears.  She was a member of the Moose Club and the American Legion Post 1650 Auxiliary.  Survivors:  Her husband, Charles N.; two daughthers, Ada Corcoran of Altmar and Eveleyn Battelle of Edgewagter, Fla.,; a son, Anthony Featherlly of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; a brother, Fred Featherly of East Syracuse; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren.  Services:  Noon Tuesday at Burns-Garfield Funeral Home.  Burial, Pulaski Cemetery.  Calling hour, 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday at the funeralhome, 3175 E. Genessee St.  Contributions:  Moose Club 1121 Milton Ave., Solvay.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  87771153

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=87771153

 

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Ethel  Carpenter

Birth:   5615

Death:   Mar. 23, 1999

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, March 26, 1999  Ethel Renton “Billie” Carpenter, 83, of Pulaski,and De Bary, Fla.,died Tuesday at Deltona Healthcare Rehabilitation Center. Born in Springfield, Mass., she received her master’s degree in elementary education from Keene State University in New Hampshire. She taught in Putney, Vt., and Pulaski before retiring in 1972. She was a member of Eastern Star, Oswego County Retired Teachers Association, Pulaski Civic Club and Park United Methodist Church of Pulaski. Her husband, Floyd T, also died Tuesday. Survivors: A daughter, Patricia Hadcock of Mexico; a son, Thomas W. of Pulaski; a sister, Ruth Phelps of Acton, Mass.; eight grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Services: At a later date. Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, has arrangements.    Name:    Ethel R. Carpenter State of Issue: Vermont Date of Birth:  Sunday  May  16, 1915 Date of Death:  Tuesday  March  23, 1999 Est. Age at Death:  83 years, 10 months, 7 days Confirmation:   Verified Last known residence: City:   PulaskiFernwoodPort Ontario County:  Oswego State:  New York

Plot#  X-338B

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317048

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Howard E  Carpenter

Birth:   1907

Death:   1980

Biography:

Plot#  P-9A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317049

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=143317049

 

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Lillian  Carpenter

Birth:   1885

Death:   Apr. 25, 1989

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, April 28, 1989  Services for former Pulaski resident Lillian M. Carpenter, 103, who died Tuesday at the home of her daughter in Lakeland, Fla., will be 1 p.m. Sunday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home, 7385 Park St. A native of Rock Creek, Minn., Mrs. Carpenter lived 60 years in Pulaski before moving to Lakeland in 1971. Her husband, Simon, died in 1938. She was a life member of Pulaski Chapter 159, OES, and the Pulaski Grange. Mrs. Carpenter was a member of the Silvercrest Rebekah Lodge in Mexico and was a former president of the auxiliary of Robert Edwards Post, American Legion. Surviving are a daughter, Gladys Carpenter of Lakeland; a sister, Marguerite Barronett of Watertown; five grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.

Plot#  P-9A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317050

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Shirley Ann Haley Carpenter

Birth:   Jul. 8, 1940

Death:   Sep. 14, 2006

Biography:

Shirley A. Carpenter, 66, Pulaski, formerly of Lacona, died Thursday at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester. Mrs. Carpenter was employed for 20 years at Oswego Hospital, retiring in 1998. Born July 8, 1940, in Carroll County, Ark., daughter of Arthur and Ada Harp Haley, she graduated in 1958 from Huntsville (Ark.) High School. She married Floyd Carpenter July 25, 1975. She was married previously. Mrs. Carpenter had resided in Pulaski the past 40 years. Surviving besides her husband are two sons and a daughter-in-law, Randy and Jean Rudd, Yorkshire, England, and Michael Haley, Syracuse; two daughters, Brenda Fox, Pulaski, and Charlotte Boykin, Henrietta; a brother, Willie Haley, Atwater, Calif.; six sisters, Grace Lofton, Bentonville, Ark., Helen Main, Cave Springs, Ark., Jessie Kelly, Berryville Ark., Lavonne Martinez, Atwater, Calif., Pearley Rodriquez, South Hampton, N.J., and Ethel Dill, Missouri, and two grandchildren. A son, Jeffrey Rudd, died in 1965. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, with the Rev. Elizabeth Mowry officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  The Watertown Daily Times Sunday, September 17, 2006

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  15876006

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Simm  Carpenter

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1989

Biography:

Plot#  P-9A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317051

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=143317051

 

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William  Carpenter

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 1, 1848

Biography:

Note: Son of Francis & Eunice Carpenter.  Aged 23 years 8 months

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16419103

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=16419103

 

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Clinton Delos  Carr

Birth:   Apr. 30, 1835

Death:   Mar. 12, 1838

Biography:

Son of Lewis & Sarah O, d. Mar 12, 1838 AE 2 yrs, 11 mos

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  41035360

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=41035360

 

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Ella Parsons Carr

Birth:   1887

Death:   1938

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  146349921

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Jessie S  Carr

Birth:   May, 1892

Death:   Aug. 2, 1892

Biography:

Dau of LE & EW Carr, d. Aug 2, 1892 AE 3 mos, 27 dys

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  41035201

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Laura A.  Carr

Birth:   1795

Death:   Jul. 20, 1868

Biography:

Married Richard Carr in 1826 in Richland, Oswego, New York.

Plot#  A-8

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433010

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=16433010

 

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Lewis C.  Carr

Birth:   Jul. 24, 1798

Death:   Aug. 21, 1870

Biography:

Son of John Carr 1766 and Martha Patty. Married Sarah Orvis Bartholomew in 1834 in Pulaski. Children:  Clinton Delos Carr 1835-1838, Mariah Jane Carr 1836, Sarah Marion Carr 1839, Georietta Carr 1843, Lewis Em Carr 1848.  info provided by Find A Grave member  Frederick Sieber

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339705

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Lewis E  Carr

Birth:   1848

Death:   1910

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  41035177

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Orin E.  Carr

Birth:   1830

Death:   Nov. 29, 1862

Biography:

Present in the 1850 census living with parents Richard Carr and Laura.  Age 20.

Plot#  A-8

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433019

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=16433019

 

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Richard  Carr

Birth:   Apr. 27, 1795

Death:   Jul. 23, 1878

Biography:

Son of John Carr 1766.  Married Laura in 1826 in Richland, Oswego, New York.  Children:  Orin Carr 1828, Martha Ann (Morris) Tryon 1829, Jerome W 1832.

Plot#  A-8

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433004

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Sarah M  Carr

Birth:   Jan. 9, 1839

Death:   Mar. 20, 1897

Biography:

Daughter of Lewis C & Sarah O. Carr, d. March 22, 1897 AE 58 yrs, 2 mos

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  41035095

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=41035095

 

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Sarah Orvis Bartholomew Carr

Birth:   Nov. 6, 1804

Death:   Oct. 16, 1890

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339706

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Elizabeth Josephine Outterson Carroll

Birth:   1807

Death:   Mar. 10, 1881

Biography:

Inscription: Wife of Andrew Outterson

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  17231274

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=17231274

 

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Belva  Chamberlain

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1985

Biography:

Plot#  D-117

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317052

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=143317052

 

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Almon J  Champney

Birth:   1848

Death:   1922

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  69478460

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Ella May Potter Champney

Birth:   Dec. 16, 1878

Death:   Jan. 11, 1958

Biography:

w/o Judson Royal Champney  The Pulaski Democrat., January 16, 1958, Page 7, Image 7

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143356862

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Henrietta P Frary Champney

Birth:   1848

Death:   1931

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  69478472

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J Ann  Champney

Birth:   1847

Death:   Jul. 20, 1847

Biography:

Infant daughter of Julia & Loren Champney

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  69478608

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Jessie F  Champney

Birth:   1877

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  163843097

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Judson Royal  Champney

Birth:   Dec. 16, 1882

Death:   Jan. 11, 1953

Biography:

Sandy Creek news., February 05, 1953, Page 1, Image 1

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  163898291

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Julia A Greenwood Champney

Birth:   1819

Death:   Aug. 18, 1847

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  69478578

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Loren  Champney

Birth:   1812

Death:   Oct. 10, 1889

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  69478681

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Maria  Champney

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 24, 1875

Biography:

Inscription: age 77 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339707

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20339707

 

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Mary  Champney

Birth:   1812

Death:   Feb. 22, 1875

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  69478651

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=69478651

 

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Edith  Chapman

Birth:   1891

Death:   Jan. 29, 1987

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, January 31, 1987  Services will be at a time to be announced for Edith L. Chapman, 95, of 153 Seymour St., who died Thursday FDR Veterans Administration Medical Center, Montrose. A native of Rices Station, Miss Chapman also lived in Pulaski and many years in Syracuse. She retired from the Onondaga County Department of Social Services. Miss Chapman was an Army nurse in World War I. Surviving are three nieces, Nancy R. Miller of Syracuse, Aileen Tallman of East Syracuse and Lorraine Burke of New York City; and two nephews, Robert and Charles Burke, both of Syracuse.

Plot#  K-188 & 189

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317053

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=143317053

 

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Elisha  Chapman

Birth:   May, 1816

Death:   Nov. 30, 1880

Biography:

Husband of Sally Bishop

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128202097

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=128202097

 

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Sally B. Bishop Chapman

Birth:   Feb. 19, 1821

Death:   Aug. 15, 1869

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339708

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20339708

 

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Thomas  Chapman

Birth:   1926

Death:   1981

Biography:

Plot#  K-188 & 189

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317054

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=143317054

 

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Walter E  Chapman

Birth:   1898

Death:   Nov. 4, 1918

Biography:

2768262 Private 259th Bn Canadian Inf World War 1 4th November 1918 age 20 (fallen in combat)

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  166036131

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Hans M.  Chase

Birth:   Feb. 4, 1901

Death:   Jan. 14, 1949

Biography:

Born in Cologne, Germany, son of Meyer and Rosa Abraham Chase. He received his early education in Germany, and early medical training in Wuerzburg. He came to the United States in 1938, and settling in Pulaski in January, 1941.  Husband of Irene Brudge Hans

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  119152691

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Cora Josephine Jones Chawgo

Birth:   Apr. 14, 1891

Death:   Apr. 7, 1982

Biography:

Daughter of Josephine Bohanan & George Jones, she attended Pulaski schools.    Her first husband was William Wilson.  She married James Chawgo in 1921 and lived on their farm until he died in 1963.    Mother of Dorothy White, of Williamstown NY.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  49572553

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Cora Josephine Jones Chawgo

Birth:   1891

Death:   1982

Biography:

Plot#  X-214

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317055

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=143317055

 

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James Edward  Chawgo

Birth:   Sep. 30, 1885

Death:   Oct., 1962

Biography:

James Chawgo, Born Here, 1885 James Chawgo, 77, retired Pulaski farmer, died unexpectedly last Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 31, 1962 at his farm house on the Syracuse Road.  He was born in the town of Sandy Creek, the son of Edward H. Chawgo and Louisa Coon Chawgo. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Cora Jones Chawgo; a son, Charles Chawgo of Syracuse; a [step]daughter, Mrs. Dorothy White of Brewerton; three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and cousins.  The funeral will be held Saturday, the Rev. Gerald Jones, pastor of Pulaski Baptist church, officiating. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery. Nov. 8, 1962, pg. 4, Oswego Palladium Newspaper

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Barbara A.  Chiado

Birth:   1899

Death:   1975

Biography:

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Joseph  Chiado

Birth:   1899

Death:   1979

Biography:

Plot#  R-10A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317056

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Diane M.  Chrisman

Birth:   Feb. 6, 1953

Death:   Jan. 22, 2004

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  129760157

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Emma Gressler Christensen

Birth:   Dec. 21, 1931

Death:   Aug. 14, 2010

Biography:

Emma E. Christensen, age 78, resident of Pulaski, passed away Saturday at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse. She resided in Pulaski for many years with her son Harald, and she previously lived in Utica for 18 years. Emma was born December 21, 1931 in Little Falls, NY, the daughter of Joseph and Anna Noonan Gressler. She graduated from Pulaski High School in 1949. She also received her bachelor’s degree from Le Moyne College and her master’s degree from Hunter College in New York City. Emma married Robert Christensen in 1950, he died in 1957. She was employed by the Social Security Administration for over 30 years, retiring in 1989. Surviving: four sons, Andrew (Linda Sue) Christensen of Virginia Beach, VI, David K. (Nancy) Christensen of Deerfield, NY, Harald C. and his companion, Anne Stone of New Bern, NC, and Joseph R. (Terry) Christensen of Basalt, CO; one sister, Joan Mazzolli of Oswego; four grandchildren and one great-grandson. Graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family in Pulaski Cemetery. Donations may be made to a charity of one’s choice.   Published in Syracuse Post Standard on August 20, 2010

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Abbie  Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 16, 1925

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., February 18, 1925, Page 5, Image 5  Age 77yrs

Plot#  A-94

Findagrave Memorial ID:  149317714

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Ann Roberts Clark

Birth:   1840

Death:   1914

Biography:

Sandy Creek news., September 10, 1914, Page 8, Image 8  Sandy Creek news., September 10, 1914, Page 5, Image 5

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Anna C Cassidy Clark

Birth:   Aug. 7, 1862

Death:   Dec., 1936

Biography:

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Bessie  Clark

Birth:   1892

Death:   1984

Biography:

Plot#  P-134

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317057

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Bessie L. Salisbury Clark

Birth:   Oct. 16, 1891

Death:   Dec. 10, 1983

Biography:

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Carl H.  Clark

Birth:   Jul. 8, 1911

Death:   Dec. 10, 2003

Biography:

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Charles A.  Clark

Birth:   Jul. 17, 1823

Death:   491

Biography:

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Charles C  Clark

Birth:   1859

Death:   1908

Biography:

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Charles C.  Clark

Birth:   1895

Death:   1916

Biography:

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Charles C.  Clark

Birth:   1838

Death:   Aug. 22, 1886

Biography:

Same stone as Lewis and Harriet Clark

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Charles Dewey  Clark

Birth:   Feb. 4, 1847

Death:   Mar. 25, 1917

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat, March 28, 1917 DEATH OF CHARLES D. CLARK Charles D. Clark of this village, who has been a sufferer for a year or more, from a shock, died at his home on North street, Sunday afternoon. Mr. Clark was born in the town of Sandy Creek seventy years ago last January. He was united in marriage with Miss Ella Stewart about twenty years ago and except a few years they lived on the Stewart homestead farm, north of this village, some of the time conducting a grocery. He is survived by wife, one brother, Ira Clark, of LaCross, Wis., who was here last week, nephews and nieces in the west and a niece, Miss Mabel Westcott, of Adams, who is here now. The funeral will be held from the home this afternoon at two o’clock, Rev. A. P. Palmer, pastor of the Methodist church, of which Mr. Clark was a member, will officiate. Burial will take place in Pulaski Cemetery.  Newspaper Obituary – April 11, 1917 Pulaski Democrat – Pulaski, New York – Charles D. Clark – At the time the Democrat representative called at the Clark home to gather facts about Mr. Clark’s life’s history and death, Mrs. Clark was not seen and as many important facts were omitted the following sketch is published by request of Mrs. Clark, together with the picture of her late lamented husband. Mrs. Clark, who was Ella Stewart, devoted every care and secured every medical aid but to no avail, Mr. Clark died in the good old faith. He was ready to meet his Redeemer. Rev. A. P. Palmer officiated at the funeral. The bearers were W. H. Enos, C. F. Woods, F. G. Whiney, Lewis J. Clark. Burial in Pulaski cemetery besides Mrs. Clark’s brother Milton. Mr. Clark was born in the Town of Sandy Creek and died in Pulaski, March 25. He was the son of Joseph Clark. He was seventy years of age, February 4. He came to this town and was engaged in grocery business for many years. A large family of children were numbered in the Clark family. Besides Charles there were George, a physician, Ira B., now of LaCross, Wis., in the U.S. Department of Commerce. His sisters were Annette and Mary and another brother John. Ira is the only one surviving. Relatives left are Mrs. N. A. Alsever, Syracuse; Mrs. J. A. Morris, T.I. Park; Mrs Ida Craig, of Chicago; Frank Salisbury, of Chicago; Dyer Clark, a merchant in Iowa and Senator C. D. Clark, of Wyoming.

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Chauncy C.  Clark

Birth:   Aug. 28, 1830

Death:   Aug. 23, 1866

Biography:

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Cornelia Kortwright Clark

Birth:   Sep. 11, 1830

Death:   Oct. 31, 1882

Biography:

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David Ovie  Clark

Birth:   Jul. 2, 1869

Death:   Jul. 2, 1956

Biography:

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Dora Mae  Clark

Birth:   Jan. 17, 1910

Death:   Jan. 9, 1933

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., January 11, 1933, Page 5, Image 5  Sandy Creek news., January 12, 1933, Page 4, Image 4

Plot#  A-80

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Dorothy  Clark

Birth:   1903

Death:   Jan. 9, 1990

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, January 10, 1990  Dorothy D. Clark, 87, formerly of 105 Alder St., Liverpool, died Tuesday at Loretto Geriatric Center. Mrs. Clark was a native of Syracuse. She retired in the mid-1960s as a secretary after 14 years with General Electric Co. Mrs. Clark was a 1925 graduate of Syracuse University. Mrs. Clark was a 50-year member of St. Matthew’s Church, Liverpool, where she played the organ. Surviving are two sons, Richard V. of Liverpool and Jeffrey of Phoenix, Ariz.; and two grandsons. Spring graveside services will be in Pulaski Cemetery, Pulaski.

Plot#  X-216

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317058

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Edwin E.  Clark

Birth:   1881

Death:   Nov. 14, 1936

Biography:

Gunshot Wound Fatal To Edwin Clark  Funeral This Afternoon    A hunting fatality which deeply saddened this entire community occurred Saturday afternoon when Edwin E. Clark, a well known and highly respected farmer of the Hinman district, was accidentally shot while hunting with companions in the south eastern portion of the town of Boylston.   Mr. Clark, accompanied by Donald Seaman of Altmar, one of his farm employees, and Frank Burr of Sandy Creek, were tracking deer in the brush in the Boylston woods when Seaman mistook Mr. Clark for a deer and fired. The bullet entered Mr. Clark’s right breast tearing its way completely through the body and puncturing the right lung. Dr. Harwood L. Hollis of Lacona was summoned and rendered first aid.   The badly injured man was removed in the Pratt ambulance to his home where he was also attended by Dr. F.E. MacCallum, the family physician. Both doctors did everything possible, but the shot had torn away so much of the tissues and bleeding was so profuse that medical skill could do nothing to save him. The end came a little after ten o’clock Sunday night.   Mr. Clark was born in this town 53 years ago a son of the late Henry and Mrs. Flora Clark. For many years he has operated a large farm in the Hinman district and has been active in farm organizations. He was a member of Pulaski Grange and a director of the local G.L.F. Cooperative. For a few years after his father’s death he carried on the farm implement business which his father had built up, later giving his whole attention to his farming operations.  Besides his wife, Mrs. Lulu Hutchings Clark, he leaves his mother, three daughters, Mrs. Mildred Burr of Sandy Creek; Mrs. Ruth Potter of Orwell; and Miss Lulu Clark of this village, three sons, Donald Clark, Orwell; Carl and Richard of Pulaski; one sister, Mrs. J. Lloyd Matteson of Pulaski; and three brothers, Clayton Clark, Syracuse, Norman L. Clark, Pulaski, and Herbert Clark of Northhampton, Mass.   The funeral will be held at the home at two o’clock this afternoon, with the Rev. Lee A. Howe, Jr., pastor of the Baptist church, officiating. Close friends of the deceased, O.B. Trowbridge, J.R. Ellis and Otto Lilley of this village; Earl Tubbs and DeForest Stowell of Orwell, and Kenneth Murphy of Mexico, will act as the bearers  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Nov 18, 1936

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Ella M. Klock Clark

Birth:   Nov. 5, 1854

Death:   Jul. 23, 1931

Biography:

MRS. LOUIS J. CLARK, 76   Mrs. Ella M. Clark, wife of Louis J. Clark, president of Pulaski National Bank, died at her home in Lake street Thursday evening, July 23.   Mrs. Clark had been in failing health for two years but had been confined to her bed only since the Sunday before her death.   Mrs. Clark was born in Scriba.   November 5, 1854, the daughter of Simeon and Elizabeth Klock, and came to this village in 1868. Six years, later she was married to Mr. Clark.   She had a daughter, Mabel Clark Jones, who died in Albany in 1911.   Surviving besides her husband are three children, Frederick A. Clark and Emiy Clark of this village, and Arthur E. Clark of White Plains; two sisters, Mrs. W.G. Scott and Miss Adelaide Klock; five grandchildren, Mrs. W. W. Gibson, Miss Ruth Jones and Louis Jones of Albany; Donald Clark of New York City and Sheldon Clark of White Plains, and three great grandchildren, William Gibson, Jr., Charles Gibson and Edward Gibson all of Albany.   Private funeral services were held at the home Saturday afternoon at three o’clock, Rev. Lowell H. Palmer, pastor of the Congregational church, of which Mrs. Clark was a member, officiating. Burial was made in Pulaski cemetery.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, July 29, 1931

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Ella Therrisser Stewart Clark

Birth:   1851

Death:   Oct. 27, 1918

Biography:

ELLA STEWART CLARK    Mrs. Ella Stewart Clark, who was stricken with pneumonia about a week ago, passed away Sunday morning at 1 o’clock. She was born in the town of Richland and was a member of the Firs M.E. church Pulaski and of its various societies. Her husband,  Charles D. Clark, died in March, 1916.   There are no near relatives surviving.   Her pastor officiated at the private funeral. Interment made in Pulaski cemetery.   Mr. and Mrs. Clark were for many years residents in the southern part of the town of Sandy Creek on the farm now occupied by William Whitford  Source: The Sandy Creek News, Oct 31, 1918

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Emily Lucretia  Clark

Birth:   1886

Death:   1984

Biography:

Plot#  D-78

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317059

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Esther E. Easton Clark

Birth:   Feb. 3, 1817

Death:   Mar. 14, 1861

Biography:

married to Lewis Chapin Clark.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339727

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F Clayton  Clark

Birth:   Jul. 28, 1889

Death:   Jan. 24, 1983

Biography:

1st married Cora Flossie Macy,  12 Jul, 1920 (per marriage record) 2nd married Alice Bass Clark, widow of his nephew Donald H. Clark, on 13 Apr 1965 (per her obit)  his obit, condensed: The Pulaski Democrat, Jan 31, 1983, Img 3, col 7 F. Clayton Clark, 93    F. Clayton Clark, 93, died January 24, 1983, in St. Petersburg, Fla. He was born in Pulaski, New York, July 28, 1889. He was a veteran of World War I.    He is survived by his wife, Alice B. Clark, and four step-children; Flower MacMillen, Muriel Raham, Donald C. Clark, and Herbert E. Clark.    Masonic services will be held in the spring in Pulaski.

Plot#  D-179

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317060

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Flora  Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 23, 1868

Biography:

Inscription: age 25 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339721

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Flora A Trumbull Clark

Birth:   Apr. 13, 1858

Death:   Oct. 13, 1942

Biography:

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Frederick Austin  Clark

Birth:   Feb. 28, 1877

Death:   Apr. 24, 1945

Biography:

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Genevieve  Clark

Birth:   1916

Death:   Oct. 23, 2002

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, October 26, 2002  Genevieve A. Coffin Clark, 86, of Springbrook Apartments, Pulaski, died Wednesday. A life resident of Pulaski, she graduated from Pulaski High School. She was a homemaker and owned and operated a dairy farm with her husband in Pulaski for 20 years, retiring in 1981. Survivors: Her husband of 64 years, N. Lewis; two daughters, Virginia Hurd of Sandy Creek and Mary Jane Payne of Kasoag Lake; a sister, Bertha Cooper of Scriba; six grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. today at Summerville Funeral Home, 1997 Harwood Drive, Sandy Creek. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  D-233

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317061

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George W.  Clark

Birth:   1859

Death:   1897

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16414633

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Grayce Elizabeth Gould Clark

Birth:   Nov. 1, 1881

Death:   Jul. 19, 1969

Biography:

Grayce Elizabeth Clark (nee Gould) was born on 1 Nov 1881 in Bath, New York. Her parents were Fred Gould (?-?) and Nellie Jane Carelton (1868-1929).    Her spouses included:  1. Lyon Serrins (1881-1954), with whom she had two children, Richard Harry Serrins (1904-1947) and Cecil Carlton Kilts, nee Serrins (1901-1978); 2. James William Wykoff (1880-1925); and 3. Aldelbert Clark (?-1950).  Grayce died on 19 Jul 1969 in Pulaski, NY at the home of her daughter (Cecil Kilts).    If you can help fill in any additional blanks on the above, please email me at oml@alumni.unc.edu  THANK YOU!

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  1. Lewis Clark

Birth:   Aug. 22, 1879

Death:   Jul. 20, 1890

Biography:

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Harriet Brace Clark

Birth:   Mar. 30, 1805

Death:   Nov. 18, 1847

Biography:

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Henry L.  Clark

Birth:   Dec. 8, 1854

Death:   Jun. 4, 1923

Biography:

PULASKI MOURNS THE LOSS OF ANOTHER ESTEEMED CITIZEN   Henry L. Clark Passes Away After Brief Illness  Our community was shocked and saddened, Monday morning when the news came that Mr. Henry L. Clark, of Lake St., had passed  away between six and seven o’clock. Mr. Clark was taken ill  and developed pneumonia, a week ago last Friday.   He fought a good battle and had it not been for a weak heart he would have come off conqueror with pneumonia, but his heart could not stand the strain as it had been a source of trouble, by reason of weakness for some time.   Henry L. Clark was born on the Clark farm, north-west of this village about two miles, December 8, 1854. He was ambitious for an education. He attended Pulaski Academy and fitted himself to teach district school which he did for a few terms, most successfully. He followed farming all of his life  up to about three years ago when he bought the home where he died and came, to town taking up the sale of farm implements, a business he had been doing along with his farm work for some time.  June 21, 1876, Mr. Clark took to be his life companion, Miss Florence Trumbull who, with four sons and one daughter survive him. They are Edwin E. Clark, Mrs. J.L. Mattison, and Norman L. who live in the neighborhood of their father’s home; Norman is on the homestead; Herbert S., of Watertown and F. Clayton, of Madison, Wis.  Mr. Clark was a member of Pulaski Methodist church; Pulaski Lodge F. & A.M. and Pulaski Grange. He has long taken deep interest in the grange, serving as master, trustee and in other important capacities.   Mr. Clark stood at the head of the line in good citizenship and his sterling worth and wholesome influence will be keenly felt by many. He was not old enough to lay aside the implements of service and would have been of continued value to our community had his life been spared.   Funeral services will be held at the home, tomorrow, at half-past two, Rev. Frederick Maunder, of Syracuse, a former pastor of Pulaski Methodist church, will officiate. The  masonic rites will be celebrated. Burial will be made in Pulaski cemetery.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, June 6, 1923 ______________________________________  FUNERAL OF HENRY L. CLARK   A large gathering of neighbors, and friends met at the home of the late Henry L. Clark, Lake St., on Thursday afternoon, to pay their last respects to the man whom we mourn and will miss. Mr. Clark’s death, as announced, last week, occurred June 4th. The service was conducted by Rev. Frederick Maunder, of Syracuse, who was pastor of the Methodist church when Mr. Clark became a member. He was called for the service on account of the absence from town of Rev. Chas. T. Holcombe, pastor of Mr. Clark’s church. Mr. Maunder talked on the bible verse, “And Enoch walked with God.” He paid a high tribute to Mr. Clark and spoke fitting words in the discourse he delivered. The masonic rites were celebrated by Pulaski Lodge, F. & A.M. of which Mr. Clark was a member. Mr. S.R. Trumbull recited the ritualistic ceremonies in a most impressive manner.   The floral tributes were profuse and embraced many collections in wreathes and other pieces also many loose flowers.   The bearers were Dwight C. Dodge, David C. Mahaffy, William M. Woods, Dr. J.W. Mills, D. Ward Howard and Byron G. Seamans, members of Pulaski Lodge.  Source; The Pulaski Democrat, June 13, 1923

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Jessie Holmes Clark

Birth:   Apr. 4, 1878

Death:   Jun. 6, 1948

Biography:

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John W.  Clark

Birth:   Aug. 9, 1845

Death:   Mar. 31, 1846

Biography:

Share stone with Lewis & Harriet Clark

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128204605

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Joseph  Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr., 1929

Biography:

Plot#  P-202

Findagrave Memorial ID:  146414904

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Joseph A.  Clark

Birth:   1848

Death:   865

Biography:

age 54 yr  The Pulaski Democrat., May 14, 1902, Page 5, Image 5

Plot#  A-94

Findagrave Memorial ID:  149317660

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Lewis Chapin  Clark

Birth:   Nov. 4, 1803

Death:   Mar. 20, 1872

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339725

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Lovina M.  Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 9, 1862

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339724

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Luceba  Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 6, 1873

Biography:

Inscription: age 92 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339722

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Lucile C  Clark

Birth:   1894

Death:   1982

Biography:

Plot#  D-110

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317062

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Mamie  Clark

Birth:   Aug. 20, 1874

Death:   Apr. 14, 1947

Biography:

Note: Shares stone with George, Minnie and D. Ovie Clark

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16414646

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Mary  Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 23, 1862

Biography:

Inscription: age 53 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339716

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Mary French Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   7074

Biography:

Note: Wife of G.R. Clark.  Aged 72 years

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Mary A. Cassidy Clark

Birth:   Mar., 1857

Death:   Nov. 14, 1936

Biography:

Plot#  P-201

Findagrave Memorial ID:  146414949

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Mary E.  Clark

Birth:   1839

Death:   Dec. 11, 1859

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128204833

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Mary Eliza  Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 5, 1863

Biography:

Inscription: age 49 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339720

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Mary J. Peebles Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 30, 1875

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339729

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Melissa G.  Clark

Birth:   1823

Death:   Sep. 15, 1855

Biography:

Note: Daughter of James & Lydia Clark.  Aged 32 years

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432990

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Minnie A. Johnson Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16414637

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Miranda Davis Clark

Birth:   1836

Death:   Jun., 1927

Biography:

MRS. MIRANDA CLARK   Last Tuesday, Mrs. Miranda Davis Clark was called to rest from the tiresome journey she had been traveling for over ninety years. She had not been in good health for some time. Mrs. Clark was born in Oneida county ninety-one years ago and came  to  Pulaski when she was a young girl. She united with the Methodist church of this village in 1855 and was a faithful, active member so long as her health permitted.  She was married to Oscar Clark who died several years ago. Up to about a year ago Mrs. Clark resided in Pulaski, since then she has been in the Home at Mexico.   Her remains were brough here Friday and funeral services were held in the Methodist church, Friday afternoon, at two o’clock, Rev. Charles Bollinger officiating. Mr. Bollinger spoke of the long life of Mrs. Clark and her many years of church association and service.    Source: The Pulaski Democrat, June 29, 1927

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  85698400

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Nancy Dickerman Clark

Birth:   Sep. 23, 1799

Death:   Jan. 2, 1872

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339718

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Norman  Clark

Birth:   1814

Death:   1891

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339719

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Norman Lewis  Clark

Birth:   Jul. 18, 1919

Death:   Oct. 20, 2004

Biography:

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Olin Silas  Clark

Birth:   1839

Death:   1904

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., August 17, 1904, Page 9, Image 9

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147587301

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Ora L.  Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 31, 1877

Biography:

d/o of Olin s clark and ann J clark Ae 1yr 4mo 19days

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  147587381

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Rebekah Chapin Clark

Birth:   Apr. 9, 1772

Death:   Jan. 2, 1851

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418956

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Rev J. I.  Clark

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 31, 1873

Biography:

Inscription: age 66 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339715

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Samuel J.  Clark

Birth:   1889

Death:   1973

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128362474

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Sherman George  Clark

Birth:   Oct. 28, 1795

Death:   May 11, 1880

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339717

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Silas  Clark

Birth:   1772

Death:   Nov. 18, 1828

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16419063

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William  Clark

Birth:   1835

Death:   Oct. 22, 1857

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128204942

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Rev Richard A  Clay

Birth:   Jun. 25, 1936

Death:   Apr. 16, 2008

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, April 18, 2008  The Rev. Richard A. Clay, 71, Pulaski, died Wednesday at Francis House, Syracuse. The Rev. Mr. Clay was an Episcopal priest for 28 years at St. James Church, retiring in 1998. He also served for many years at Grace Episcopal Church, Mexico, as well as St. Peter’s on the Hill, Hamden, Conn., and St. Thomas Church, Rochester. He was a marriage and family counselor from 1998 to 2007, taught the gifted program at Pulaski and Sandy Creek central schools and was a published writer. He also taught literature at Jefferson Community College and at the Jefferson County jail. Born June 25, 1936, in Elizabeth City, N.C., son of Grover C. and Edith Thornton Clay, he graduated in 1954 from Maury High School, Norfolk, Va., and received his bachelor’s degree from William & Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., and master’s degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Harvard University, Boston, Mass., Yale University, New Haven, Conn., Syracuse University and SUNY Oswego. He moved to Pulaski in 1970. He married Jacquelyn Haldane on July 21, 1984. The Rev. Mr. Clay enjoyed reading, painting and playing golf. Surviving besides his wife are three daughters and two sons-in-law, Melissa A. Clay, Camillus, Melanie L. and Matt H. Yildizlar, Greenwich, Conn., and Amy T. and Peter Bartolotta, Marcellus; three stepsons and their wives, John S. and Robin Haldane, Houston, Texas, Eric B. and Amy Haldane, Seattle, Wash., and Andrew T. and Janine Haldane, Holly Springs, N.C.; a sister, Kathryn McBride, Williamsburg, and eight grandchildren. A stepdaughter, Kimberly A. Apmann, died Jan. 13, 1995. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at St. James Episcopal Church the Revs. Gladstone B. Adams III and Bridget McManus officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143332498

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Herman E  Clemons

Birth:   1893

Death:   1981

Biography:

Plot#  P-253

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317063

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Alice B  Cleveland

Birth:   1905

Death:   Mar. 30, 1992

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, March 31, 1992  Alice B. Cleveland, 87, of 7566 Maple Ave. died Monday at her home. Mrs. Cleveland was a life resident of Pulaski. She retired in 1969 after 29 years with the Pulaski Central School cafeteria. Her husband, Jasper N., died in 1937. Mrs. Cleveland was a member of the Pulaski Park United Methodist Church and its Alpha Class, the Pulaski Historical Society, the Pulaski Civic Club and the auxiliary of Robert Edwards Post 358, American Legion. Surviving are a daughter, Marilyn Mathison of Pulaski; a sister, Della Mahaffy of Pulaski; seven grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Pulaski Park United Methodist Church. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  P-239

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317064

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James N.  Cleveland

Birth:   Dec. 6, 1924

Death:   Apr. 5, 1988

Biography:

Services for James Cleveland, 63, of North Street, who died Tuesday in Titusville, Fla., will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Park United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 7385 Park St. Mr. Cleveland was in Pulaski. He was a 1942 graduate of Pulaski High School. He retired in 1985 after 30 years as a rural letter carrier out of the Pulaski Post Office. An Army Air Corps veteran of World War II, Mr. Cleveland was a life member of Robert Edwards Post 358, American Legion, and held all elective offices at the post. He was a former county American Legion commander. He was a former commander and vice commander of the New York State District of the American Legion. Mr. Cleveland also was a member of the 40&8 Society and the Pulaski Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Mr. Cleveland also was a former president and vice president of the New York State Rural Letter Carriers Association and a charter member of the Pulaski Lions Club. He was a member of the National Rifle Association and New York State Pistol Association. He was an instructor with the Salmon River Junior Rifle Club. Surviving are his wife, the former Marjorie Shaw; two sons, David of Pulaski and Douglas of Homestead, Fla.; his mother, Alice Cleveland of Pulaski; a sister, Marilyn Mathison of Pulaski; and two grandchildren.  The Syracuse Post-Standard Thursday, April 7, 1988

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  56984916

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Marjorie S. Shaw Cleveland

Birth:   7073

Death:   Jul. 29, 2010

Biography:

Marjorie S. Cleveland, age 91, resident of Pulaski since 1947 passed away Thursday at Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse. Marjorie was born May 13, 1919 in Binghamton, the daughter of Howard and Bessie Lamoureaux Shaw. She graduated from Binghamton Schools in 1937 and Syracuse University in 1941. Marjorie married James Cleveland on July 17, 1948, he died April 5, 1988. She was employed by Pulaski Central School as a Latin and English teacher for 18 years, retiring in 1974. She also taught in Wellsburg, NY for two years. Marjorie was a member of the Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski, Robert Edwards Post #358 American Legion Auxiliary, and the NYS Rural Letter Carrier Auxiliary. Surviving: two sons, David (Laurie) of Pulaski, and Douglas (Cathy) of Live Oak, FL, one granddaughter, Alexa Cleveland of Brooklyn, and two grandsons, Aaron (Chelsea) Cleveland of Baldwinsville, and Adam Cleveland of Pulaski. Funeral Services will be held 12 p.m. Saturday at the Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski with a burial Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at the church prior to the funeral. Donations may be made to the Park United Methodist Church, 2 Hubble Street, Pulaski, NY 13142. Arrangements by Foster-Hax Funeral Home 52 Park Street, Pulaski.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on July 30, 2010

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  56984835

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Achsah  Clough

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov. 25, 1837

Biography:

Inscription: age 19 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339731

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William  Clough

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 25, 1841

Biography:

Inscription: age 29 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339730

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Michael R.  Coates

Birth:   Dec. 30, 1964

Death:   Oct. 5, 2006

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  129704077

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Gilbert  Coe

Birth:   1824

Death:   Mar. 6, 1885

Biography:

AE 61 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  131273034

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Polly Rowell Coe

Birth:   1827

Death:   Apr. 19, 1900

Biography:

AE 72yrs, wife of Gilbert coe

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  131273051

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Leila LaCelle Coffie

Birth:   Sep. 1, 1908

Death:   Aug. 30, 1995

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Thursday, August 31, 1995  Leila M. Coffie, 85, of Centerville Road died Wednesday at her home. Mrs. Coffie was a life resident of the Pulaski area. She was a school teacher for several years and was employed with several restaurants. Mrs. Coffie was a graduate of Pulaski High School and Pottsdam Normal School. Her husband, Leroy, died in 1970. Surviving are a son, Leroy of Pulaski; four daughters, Rita Brennan of Texas, N.Y., Lucretia Bailey of Franklinton, N.C., Mildred Mantor of Pulaski and Barbara Layman of Richland; 26 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, Pastor Randy Gross officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  P-111 & 112

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317066

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Leroy  Coffie

Birth:   Aug. 9, 1905

Death:   Aug., 1970

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  144005703

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Burton B  Coffin

Birth:   Jan. 22, 1893

Death:   21312

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  162550957

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Franklin Dennis  Coffin

Birth:   Mar. 29, 1891

Death:   Jun. 2, 1951

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  158392974

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Ivah Aderine Rood Coffin

Birth:   Feb. 27, 1888

Death:   Mar. 17, 1967

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  158392787

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Myra Bell Robinson Coffin

Birth:   Oct. 22, 1868

Death:   Oct. 2, 1947

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  162550566

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Winfred  Coffin

Birth:   1913

Death:   1976

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143328716

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Elsie  Coit

Birth:   1914

Death:   Oct. 16, 1998

Biography:

Syracuse Herald American (NY) – Sunday, October 18, 1998  Elsie E. Coit, 84, of Deerfield Apartments, Pulaski, died Friday at Genesis Health Center, Watertown. Born in Pillar Point, she lived in Mexico many years before moving to Pulaski in 1975. She attended Adams Center schools. She was a religion education teacher with the Mexico School District 12 years and also worked at Easy Washer and General Electric Co., both in Syracuse. She was a member of Pulaski Wesleyan Church and a former member of the First Baptist Church of Mexico. Survivors: Two daughters, Janet Williams of Pulaski and Susan Marie Bailey of Paradise, Pa.; a stepdaughter, Doris M. Bookman of Rochester; a son, Clark O. Newton of Taberg; a sister, Dorothy A. Parker of Belleville; 11 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandsons. Services: 10 a.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery

Plot#  O-423

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317067

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Charles E.  Cole

Birth:   1835

Death:   1917

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  147588757

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George Ehle  Cole

Birth:   1838

Death:   May, 1911

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., May 31, 1911, Page 5, Image 5

Plot#  A-27

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148430653

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James M.  Cole

Birth:   Aug., 1815

Death:   Jul. 2, 1842

Biography:

Inscription: age 29 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339709

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Marion L. Zimmerman Cole

Birth:   1839

Death:   1929

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  147588771

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Phebe Case Cole

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov. 19, 1843

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339710

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Charles A.  Coleman

Birth:   1889

Death:   1903

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433387

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Edward “Eddie”  Coleman

Birth:   1881

Death:   Jan. 26, 1891

Biography:

Master Eddie Coleman, aged about eleven, died very suddenly on Monday evening, his death being caused by a fall on the ice on the morning of the same day. He said at the time of the accident that he was not much hurt, but after school at night he went to bed quite early. Shortly afterward he awoke with a shrilling scream and said, “Oh, my head!” Almost immediately he became unconscious and died before eight o’clock. The funeral will occur on Thursday. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Coleman, have the sympathy of all in their time of great affliction.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Jan 29, 1891

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433364

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Francis M.  Coleman

Birth:   1894

Death:   1894

Biography:

Inscription: Infant

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433375

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John T.  Coleman

Birth:   Jul. 27, 1881

Death:   Jun. 22, 1954

Biography:

John Coleman Rites Are Held   Services for John T. Coleman, 72, who died last Thursday morning in the Oswego Hospital, were held from St, John’s Church Saturday morning at 9 a.m. with solemn high mass of requiem celebrated by the Rev. William J. Shanahan. Interment was made in Pulaski Cemetery.   He had been a patient in the hospital for 10 days, having been in poor health for some time.   His only survivor is one brother, William Coleman of this village, and several cousins.   Mr. Coleman was born in Pulaski July 27, 1881, the son of Thomas and Catherine Wilson Coleman. For many years he was dispatcher at Richland with  the St. Lawrence Division of the New York Central Railroad later moving to DeKalb. He had worked as bookkeeper at the Randall Hotel for several years and at one time operated the Market Basket store in Pulaski.    He retired several years ago from active duty.   He was a communicant of St. John’s Church and a member of the Holy Name Society and the Notrunal Adoration Society.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, June 24, 1954

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  92033588

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Katherine Wilson Coleman

Birth:   1858

Death:   1917

Biography:

MRS. THOMAS COLEMAN   The death of Mrs. Thomas Coleman occurred at the home of a friend, to whom she had gone to visit, in Fayetteville, Sunday. Her funeral was held at St. John’s Catholic church, yesterday morning at half-past nine, Rev. Charles N. Oley officiating.   Mrs. Coleman, who was born in this village September 6, 1859, had not been in the best of health for a long time. About two weeks ago she went to Fayetteville to visit her niece. She contracted a severe cold. Her condition suddenly became worse, resulting in her death at 5 a.m. Sunday. The body was brought to Pulaski Sunday evening and taken to the family home in Bridge street.   Surviving besides the husband, are three sons, John T. Coleman, an operator in Potsdam for the New York Central Railroad Company; William H. Coleman, a mail carrier on the local free delivery; and Gordon W. Coleman, employed in one of the Y.W. Woolworth Company stores in New York. A brother, John Wilson, lives in Syracuse.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, May 9, 1917

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433400

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Mary Clark Coleman

Birth:   Dec. 3, 1891

Death:   Dec. 5, 1983

Biography:

PULASKI — Mary C. Coleman, 92, of 7686 Richland Road, Pulaski, died Saturday at Samaritan Keep Nursing Home, Watertown, after a long illness.  Mrs. Coleman was born Dec. 3, 1891, in Pulaski, to Charles and Anna Cassidy Clark and attended Pulaski schools. On Oct. 13, 1947, she married William H. Coleman, who died July 2, 1967.  She worked as a telephone operator for the General Telephone Co. in Pulaski and was chief operator for a number of years before retiring after nearly 40 years of service. She was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church.  Surviving are a nephew, James Clark of Bethesda, Md.; and several great-nieces and great-nephews.  Services will be at 9 a.m. today at Taylor-Vida Funeral Home and at 10 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist Church, where a Mass of Resurrection will be celebrated, the Rev, Anthony Keesse officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  Contributions may be made to St. John the Evangelist Church or the Northern Oswego County Ambulance.  Source: Oswego County Messenger, Dec 5, 1983

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  92018103

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Thomas  Coleman

Birth:   1854

Death:   Sep. 5, 1919

Biography:

Coleman—Died at Pulaski, Sept. 5th, Thomas Coleman, aged 65 years. He is survived by three sons.   The deceased was born in Fulton and removed to Pulaski years ago, where he conducted a barber shop up to the time of the big fire there in 1881 when he was burned out and retired from business. He has been in poor health for nearly a year.  Source: The Fulton Patriot, Sept 10, 1919 _______________________________  Brother of  Simon ,  William , and  Mayme  Coleman

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433406

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Bernard  Collins

Birth:   1896

Death:   1977

Biography:

Plot#  X-700

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317069

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Ethelyn  Collins

Birth:   1875

Death:   1978

Biography:

Plot#  D-79

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317070

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Myrtle  Collins

Birth:   1898

Death:   1977

Biography:

Plot#  X-700

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317071

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Laura Halsey Conant

Birth:   Apr. 13, 1860

Death:   Mar. 31, 1935

Biography:

Obituary  LAURA HALSEY CONANT, 87  Laura Halsey Gonant was born on April 13, 1860 and died at her home on Erie Street on March 31, 1938.   She came from old American stock, her parents being Maltby Halsey and Sarah Barnes Halsey. Her father’s birthplace was on Long Island and when a young man he and five brothers were given land in Oswego and Oneida counties by their father, which they cleared and built their cabin homes.   On her mother’s side her greatgrandfather was the Rev. Gamaliel Barnes, who was the first minister to serve Colosse Baptist church which was organized in 1807.   Mrs. Conant was a member of the Baptist church in Pulaski and a regular attendant when possible, and interested in all its activities to the last.   She was also a member of the Sunset Club which was organized several years ago by the late Mrs. Alta M. Austin.   When a young married woman she lived in Minnesota, where her youngest daughter was born, later returning to Pulaski where she has since resided. She had not been strong for several years but only confined to her bed for past two weeks by severe heart attacks and infirmities of age.   She leaves to mourn, her loss two daughters, Mrs. Fred Hardy residing in the home, and who had given her tender care through the years, also Mrs. George B- Schoonmaker of Providence, R.I.; a granddaughter, Miss Laura M. Hardy; a sister, Mrs. C.H. Norton, Syracuse, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Peyton C. Halsey of this village; also a niece, Miss Marian Norton of New York City and two nephews, Donald Halsey of Ashtabula, Ohio and Ray H. Halsey of Michigan.   Private funeral services were conducted at her late home by Rev. Lee A. Howe, Jr on April 3 at 2 o’clock with burial in Pulaski cemetery.   “For life must come and life must  go  The winters pass and spring flowers grow  And though the bliss be but alloy ‘Tis less of pain with more of joy.  It matters not a few years more,  It matters not ho-fr quick the pace,  For this I know, on that fair shore  That I shall see Him face to face.”  Source: Pulaski Democrat, April 6, 1935

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John I.  Cone Sr

Birth:   Jan. 6, 1937

Death:   Mar. 10, 2002

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20897149

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Nancy A.  Cone

Birth:   Jan. 31, 1941

Death:   Jul. 4, 2000

Biography:

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Frank H  Conklin

Birth:   1920

Death:   1987

Biography:

Plot#  X-54A & 55A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317072

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Genevieve H  Conklin

Birth:   Oct. 31, 1907

Death:   Nov., 1993

Biography:

Name:   Genevieve Conklin State of Issue: New York Date of Birth:  Thursday  October  31, 1907 Date of Death:  November 1993 Est. Age at Death:  86 years Last known residence: City:   Fairport County:  Monroe State:  New York ZIP Code:  14450 Latitude:  43.0902 Longitude:  -77.4171

Plot#  X-54A & 55A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317073

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Mabel J  Connell

Birth:   1893

Death:   1979

Biography:

Plot#  X-404C

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317074

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Amelia  Cook

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 6, 1840

Biography:

Inscription: wife of Cabel Cook, age 52 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339712

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Charles G  Cook

Birth:   1941

Death:   1981

Biography:

Plot#  O-215

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317075

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Cornelius  Cook

Birth:   1892

Death:   1976

Biography:

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Genevieve  Cook

Birth:   1889

Death:   1984

Biography:

Plot#  P-133

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317076

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Loretta E Champney Cook

Birth:   Mar. 13, 1842

Death:   1914

Biography:

Wife of C. M. Cook

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Mary H. Hawks Cook

Birth:   Jan. 16, 1916

Death:   Apr. 23, 1996

Biography:

Mary Hawks Cook , 80, of 15 Park St., died Tuesday at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse.   A native of Bells Run, Pa., Mrs. Cook lived 20 years in Shinglehouse, Pa., and 50 years in Wellsville before moving to Pulaski in 1990. She was employed 24 years with Dresser Rand Corp., Wellsville. She was the widow of Milo Freeborn and Milton Cook . A son, Richard Freeborn Cook , also died before her.   Surviving are a daughter, Janet Freeborn of Pulaski; a son, J. Fred of San Jose, Calif.; a brother, Ronald N. Hawks of Ischua; 11 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; three nephews; and two nieces.   Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, the Rev. Elizabeth Mowry officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery  Source: Post-Standard, Syracuse, NY,  April 24, 1996  *Thank you to  af  for providing this information

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William Cotton  Cook

Birth:   1824

Death:   1896

Biography:

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Joy D  Coon

Birth:   Feb. 13, 1935

Death:   Aug. 8, 1996

Biography:

Name:   Joy D. Coon State of Issue: New York Date of Birth:  Wednesday  February  13, 1935 Date of Death:  Thursday  August  08, 1996 Est. Age at Death:  61 years, 5 months, 26 days

Plot#  X-186-187

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317077

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Mildred  Coon

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1996

Biography:

Plot#  X-186-187

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317078

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Bertha I. Coffin Cooper

Birth:   Apr. 25, 1915

Death:   Apr. 5, 2011

Biography:

Bertha I. Cooper, 95, of Towpath Towers, Fulton, died Tuesday. She had been employed at Nestles in Fulton for 28 years. Bertha was recently honored at SUNY Oswego for her service during wartime as a Rosie the Riveter. She enjoyed bingo, cards, dancing, shopping and tea parties with family and friends. Mrs. Cooper is survived by one daughter, Donna Matteson of Granby; one son, Kenneth (Sherry) Burdick of Scriba; one sister-in-law, Dorothy Elkin of Pulaski; seven grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by three husbands, Donald Burdick, Floyd Peashey and Leonard J. Cooper Sr.; and a son, Robert (Kay) Burdick. Funeral services will be Saturday 11 a.m. at the Dain-Cullinan Funeral Home with Rev. William Nickolas officiating. Calling Hours: Friday 4 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   Published in Syracuse Post Standard on April 7, 2011

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Celia Loretta Trumbull Cooper

Birth:   Sep. 17, 1850

Death:   Feb., 1938

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., February 23, 1938, Page 1, Image 1  wife of harrison t

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Clarence S.  Cooper

Birth:   Jun. 8, 1884

Death:   Jul. 5, 1967

Biography:

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Harrison T.  Cooper

Birth:   Aug. 25, 1849

Death:   Sep., 1910

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., October 05, 1910, Page 5, Image 5

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  148429756

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Mabel Ella Dingman Cooper

Birth:   Dec. 19, 1884

Death:   Nov. 23, 1931

Biography:

obit 11/25/1931 “The Pulaski Democrat”  Mrs. Clarence S. Cooper died at 12:30 Sunday night at the Crouse-Irving hospital in Syracuse having failed to recover from a serious major operation which she underwent about a week ago. Mabel Ella Dingman was born in Woodville, December 19, 1884, daughter of Deforest and Immogene Dingman. She attended schools in Woodville and Belleville, but for several years her home has been in this vicinity. She was a member of Rising Sun Rebekah lodge, Pulaski Grange and an attendant of the Methodist Episcopal church of Pulaski.   She is survived by her husband and mother.  The funeral will be held from the family home at 2 o’clock this afternoon with burial in Pulaski cemetery. Rev. John W. Warren, pastor of the Methodist church will officiate. _______________

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Lottie Hall Coote

Birth:   1849

Death:   Aug., 1915

Biography:

Mrs. Lottie Hall Coote Dead.   Mrs. Lottie Hall Coote, died at 10:30 o’clock last night at the Hospital of the Good Shepherd, where she had been a patient since August 1. She had lived at the St. Cloud Hotel for the past year. The body was removed to the undertaking rooms of W.A. Fancher, awaiting funeral arrangements  Source: THE POST-STANDARD, SYRACUSE, N.Y., AUGUST 17. 1915.

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Rev William G.  Coote

Birth:   Dec. 2, 1853

Death:   Nov. 8, 1905

Biography:

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John  Core

Birth:   1937

Death:   2002

Biography:

Plot#  RX-14

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317079

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Donald L.  Cornell

Birth:   Feb. 8, 1927

Death:   Jul. 18, 1985

Biography:

Donald L. Cornell, 58, of 7676 North Street, Pulaski, was pronounced dead on arrival at Oswego Hospital Thursday, July 18, 1985.   Born Feb. 8, 1927 in Scranton, Pa., he later moved with his family to Stamford. He graduated from Stamford Central School in 1944 and was married to Doris I. Hayner in 1946. Mr. Cornell served in the U.S. Army in World War II and later in the Korean War. He was employed at Agway Inc. for 35 years.   Residing in Pulaski for the past 30 years, he was a member of Park United Methodist Church, the Pulaski Ringgold Fare Company, and the Pulaski Grange. He also was a member and dispatcher for Northern Oswego County Ambulance, one of the founding members of the Pulaski Library Board, and an active members of the Pulaski Little League and Minor League. He was also a member of the Pulaski Service Dub and was active in the Pulaski Men’s Bowling and Golf Leagues.   Surviving are his wife, Doris; one son, Thomas R. Cornell of Pulaski; two daughters; Mrs. Pamela. L. Graham of Pulaski and Mrs, Lynn C. Forbes of Albany; one sister, Virginia Drebetko of North Blenheim; six grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.   Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, with the  Rev. Joanne Cox-Smith, officiating. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours were Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.   Donations may be made to the Oswego County Chapter of the American Heart Association or Northern Oswego County  Ambulance.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, July 29, 1985

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Doris I. Hayner Cornell

Birth:   Sep., 1926

Death:   Oct. 17, 2009

Biography:

Doris was born September 2, 1926, in Stamford, New York, the daughter of Glen and Elsie Pond Hayner. She resided in Pulaski from 1955 until 2007, when she moved to Virginia. Doris graduated from Stamford High School in 1944. She also attended Mildred Elley Business School in Albany. Doris married Donald L. Cornell in 1946; he died July 18, 1985. She was employed by Oswego County BOCES for 31 years, retiring in 1987. She was a member of Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski. Doris also belonged to several bowling and golf leagues for many years. Surviving: two daughters, Pamela Graham of Lewisville, TX, and Lynn (Phillip) Forbes of Newport News, VA; two sisters, Lois Hayner of Albany and Priscilla (Frank) Fleeman of Sarasota, FL; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by one son, Thomas Cornell, in 1996

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Harriet G. Earl Cornell

Birth:   Apr. 14, 1809

Death:   Mar. 22, 1890

Biography:

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Lyndon S.  Cornell

Birth:   1903

Death:   May, 1969

Biography:

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Sarah  Cornell

Birth:   Nov. 9, 1865

Death:   Mar. 1, 1896

Biography:

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Stephen  Cornell

Birth:   Sep. 23, 1797

Death:   Oct. 31, 1869

Biography:

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Thomas R.  Cornell

Birth:   Aug. 23, 1947

Death:   Nov. 2, 1996

Biography:

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William  Cornell

Birth:   1843

Death:   Aug. 7, 1919

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  148486143

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Charlotte  Cory

Birth:   1876

Death:   Jun. 13, 1912

Biography:

Plot#  A-88

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148507274

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James P  Coughlin

Birth:   1894

Death:   1978

Biography:

Plot#  X-405A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317080

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Cameron Clyde  Cox

Birth:   Apr. 13, 1918

Death:   Feb. 16, 2004

Biography:

February 16, 2004 Cameron C. Cox, 85, of 59 North Street, Pulaski, died Monday at The Jewish Home of Central New York. He was born April 23, 1918 in Oswego, NY, the son of Clyde and Harriett Freeman Cox. He resided in the Pulaski area most of his life and graduated from Pulaski Academy High School in 1936. He married Edith Switzer on August 28, 1946 and served in the US Army during WWII in 1942 to 1945. He was a member of the Pulaski Congregational Church, the Railroad Union Local #9072, and a former NOCA Volunteer. He was employed by Conrail for 45 years retiring in 1982 as an Equipment Supervisor. He is survived by his wife, Edith Marie; two sons, Terry C. of Huntsville, AL, Jeffrey L. of Knoxville, TN; three daughters, Kathleen M. McCloud of Renshaw Bay, Carol A Hubbard of Pulaski, and Nancy J. Corbett of Yorktown, VA; one brother, Frederick F. Cox of Oswego; 13 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Friday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski with Rev. James Tschudy officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held on Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m. at the funeral home. Donation may be made to Hospice of Central New York, 990 7th North Street, Liverpool, NY 13088. Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on Feb. 18, 2004

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Edith Marie Switzer Cox

Birth:   Sep. 9, 1919

Death:   Sep. 7, 2016

Biography:

Edith Marie Switzer Cox, age 96, life resident of Pulaski, passed away Wednesday at her home. Edith was born September 9, 1919 at Oswego Hospital. She graduated from Pulaski Academy in 1936. She attended Skidmore College in Saratoga and the Moon Secretarial School and Chalif School of Dance in New York City. Edith was married to Cameron C. Cox on August 29, 1946.  Cam died February 16, 2004. She owned Edith Marie’s Dance Studio in Pulaski and Oswego. She was employed as a legal secretary for Switzer and Warner Law Offices in Pulaski, and for Merritt A. Switzer with Judge Irving G. Hubbs. Edith was an active member of the Girl Scouts of America since 1932 and received the Golden Eaglet Award in 1936. She was a member of the Golden Eaglet Order and was a leader for local Girl Scout troops and served on the Oswego County Council.   Edith was also active in the community, volunteering at NOCA and the Pulaski Public Library.  She was a member of the Monday Historical Club, Pulaski Duplicate Club, and a life member of the Pulaski Congregational Church.   Surviving are her children, Kathleen (Thomas) McLeod of Mannsville, Terry (Jane) Cox of Madison, AL, Jeffrey (Debra) Cox of Lawrenceville, GA, Carol (Kenneth) Hubbard of Pulaski, and Nancy (Michael) Corbett of Williamsburg, VA,14 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by one brother, Merritt A. Switzer.   Funeral Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, September 10th at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held Friday from 3 to 6 p.m.  Donations may be made in Edith’s memory to the Pulaski Congregational Church or Friends of the Pulaski Public Library.

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Albert James  Craig

Birth:   Apr. 12, 1927

Death:   Jun. 25, 2010

Biography:

Albert J. Craig, 83, a resident of Pulaski since 1953, passed away Friday at his home. Albert was born April 12, 1927, in Altmar, the son of Frank and Neva Smith Craig. He graduated from Altmar Parish High School in 1944. He served in the U.S. Army from 1944 to 1946 in Germany and from 1950 to 1951 during the Korean War. Albert married Gloria Francesconi on June 27, 1953. He was employed by Niagara Mohawk Power Co. for 39 years, retiring in 1987. He was also the manager of the Pulaski Phillies for several years. Albert was a member of Russell Tryon Post #1435 Altmar American Legion, the Albion Fish and Game Club, Oswego County Trappers Association, the Lions Club and the Service Club. He was also a former member of NOCA. Surviving: wife, Gloria D.; one son, David (Michele) Craig of Pulaski; one daughter, Jennifer (Michael) Monnat of Pulaski; five grandchildren, Michael, James, Bryan, Paul and Elizabeth; four great-grandsons; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Donations may be made to Russell Tryon Post #1435 American Legion, Altmar, NY 13302 or Friends of Oswego County Hospice Inc., P.O. Box 102, Oswego, NY 13216.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on June 27, 2010

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Florence M. Maxwell Craig

Birth:   Feb. 4, 1896

Death:   Dec. 20, 1984

Biography:

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George  Craig

Birth:   Mar. 5, 1887

Death:   Dec. 4, 1956

Biography:

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Howard F.  Craig

Birth:   Jun. 23, 1923

Death:   Oct. 18, 2008

Biography:

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Thelma “Betty” Kaple Craig

Birth:   Feb. 12, 1917

Death:   Jan. 22, 1996

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  66121317

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Ada H. “Baby”  Crandall

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Note: Daughter of D. & A. Crandall. Aged 8 months

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433417

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Bernard  Crandall

Birth:   Mar. 11, 1931

Death:   Sep. 24, 2002

Biography:

Post-Standard, The ( Syracuse , NY)  – September 26, 2002  Deceased Name: BERNARD CRANDALL   Bernard Crandall , 71, of 4701 County Route 22, Lacona, died Tuesday. Born in Manhattan, he lived in New York City for 45 years and lived in the Pulaski and Lacona area since 1976. He graduated from George Washington High School in Manhattan. He was a security supervisor for Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. in Oswego from 1977 to ’93 and was a member of the New York City Police Department from 1954 to ’76. He was a member of Cable Trail Post Veterans of Veterans War in Lacona, Wednesday Night Men’s Golf League at Elm’s Golf Course and New York City Police Benevolent Association. He was an Air Force veteran.  Survivors: A daughter, Kathleen J. Crandall of Pulaski; three sons, Richard A. of Pulaski, William F. of Brewerton and John E. of Oswego; a sister, Joan Kronenburg of New York City; three brothers, George of Monroe, Robert of Wildwood, Fla., and Richard of Sandy Creek; four grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours, 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, 52 Park St., Pulaski.  Obituary furnished by af.

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Caleb D.  Crandall

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 11, 1852

Biography:

Note: Aged 52 years, 3 months & 18 days

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433428

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Donald Fay  Crandall

Birth:   Jul. 20, 1925

Death:   Oct. 1, 1998

Biography:

Post-Standard, The ( Syracuse , NY)  – October 3, 1998  Deceased Name: DONALD F. CRANDALL   Donald F. Crandall , 73, of Springbrook Apartments, Pulaski, died Thursday at home.  Born in Orwell, he was a life resident of Pulaski and a graduate of Pulaski High School. He retired in 1980 after 33 years with the U.S. Postal Service in Pulaski. He was also former police commissioner and trustee for the village of Pulaski. He was a member of Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski, Elms Golf Club and Pulaski Masonic Lodge 415. He was past chief and president of the Ringgold Volunteer Fire Department, Pulaski, and former member and deputy grand master of District 2, International Order of Odd Fellows, and Man of the Year for the Pulaski Service Club in 1986.  Survivors: Five daughters, Nancy J. Kates of Scottsville, Diane F. Ingraham of Tampa, Fla., Donelle A. Sullivan of Lacona, Margo E. Orton of Pulaski and Jana E. Craig of Houston, Texas; his companion, Doris Cornell of Pulaski; six grandchildren.  Services: 11 a.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours, 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, 52 Park St., Pulaski.  ————————-  Obituary furnished by af.

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Dorothy J. Potter Crandall

Birth:   1903

Death:   Sep. 25, 1962

Biography:

Mrs. Crandall Dies Suddenly, Funeral Friday   Service for Mrs. Rex Crandall will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Foster Funeral Home, Pulaski, with the Rev. Gerald W. Jones, pastor of the Pulaski Baptist Church officiating.” Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   Mrs. Dorothy J. Potter Crandall died suddenly Tuesday, Sept. 25, 1962, at her home in Pulaski. She was born 59 years ago, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Potter, her mother being a native of Belleville, Ont.   Mrs. Crandall was a graduate of Pulaski Academy and Central City Business Institute, Syracuse. She was employed for a short time by the Regal Paper Co. and for 28 years by the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., retiring in 1957.   On Aug. 26, 1924 she was married to Rex E. Crandall, son of Charles R. and Nora Harding Crandall of Sandy Creek. She was as member of Pulaski Baptist Church, the Utility Employes Association of Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., of the Rising Sun Rebekah Lodge and the Pulaski Auxiliary of the L.A.P.M.   Surviving, besides her husband are: a son, Donald F., Pulaski; her father, Ernest W. Potter, Pulaski; two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Reese of Oswego and Mrs. E. Lee Hill, Syracuse; five grandchildren and several nieces arid nephews.   Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today (Thursday)  Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 27, 1962

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Etta  Crandall

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1989

Biography:

Plot#  R-19A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317081

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Henry S.  Crandall

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 3, 1853

Biography:

Inscription: age 28 yrs   Note: Aged 28 years, 6 months & 2 days

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433423

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Janice Arlene Petrie Crandall

Birth:   May, 1923

Death:   Apr., 1996

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, April 17, 1996  Janice P. Crandall, 73, of North Street died Tuesday at Loretto Heights Nursing Home, Oswego. Mrs. Crandall was a life resident of Pulaski. She retired after 15 years with the offices of Dr. Hugh McChesney and also had been employed with Northern Oswego County Health Services and Ontario Iron Works. Mrs. Crandall was a graduate of Pulaski Academy High School. Mrs. Crandall was a member of Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski, and a former member of Elms Golf Club, Sandy Creek. She had been a Girl Scout leader for several years. Surviving are three daughters Jana Craig of Houston, Texas, Marge Orton of Pulaski and Donelle Sullivan of Eagle River, Alaska; two stepdaughters, Nancy Kates of Scottsville and Dianne Ingraham of Tampa, Fla.; a sister, Verna Backus of Sandy Creek; and six grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday in Park United Methodist Church, the Rev. Catherine Salisbury officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317082

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Mabel Maltby Crandall

Birth:   1800

Death:   May 13, 1838

Biography:

Children not linked: * Finette Crandall, (f) b. 1820, b. Sandy Creek, Oswego Co, NY  * Martha Ann Crandall, b. 1822, Sandy Creek, Oswego Co, NY; d. 1859  * Henry Maltby Crandall, b. Sept 1825, Sandy Creek, Oswego Co, NY; m. abt 1847, Union Square, New York Laura M. Barse  * Charles Leroy Crandall, b. circa 1831, N.Y.  * Fanette Crandall, (m) b. circa 1832

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Marion T.  Crandall

Birth:   1930

Death:   1998

Biography:

Inscription: Loving Mother

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20896980

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Minerva A.  Crandall

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 19, 1842

Biography:

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Rex Ellery  Crandall

Birth:   Feb. 28, 1897

Death:   Feb. 22, 1981

Biography:

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Fanny  Crane

Birth:   1915

Death:   Jan. 19, 1990

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, January 24, 1990  Services for Fanny L. Crane, 75, a former resident of 7707 N. Jefferson St. who died Jan. 19 at a Buffalo hospital, will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, 7385 Park St. Mrs. Crane was a native of Pulaski. She retired in 1970 after five years with General Electric Co. and previously was employed with the W.T. Grant store in North Syracuse and Birdseye Foods in Fulton. Her husband, Forest, died in 1987. Mrs. Crane was a 1932 graduate of Pulaski Academy High School. Mrs. Crane was a member of Pulaski Baptist Church. Surviving are a son, Richard of Norfolk, Va.; four daughters, Sharon Crane and Shirley Hilton, both of Syracuse, Janis Garwood of Hawaii and Carole Crane of Buffalo; a sister, Myrtle Norton of Pulaski; and two grandchildren.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317083

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Forest M.  Crane

Birth:   1913

Death:   Mar. 27, 1987

Biography:

Syracuse Herald American (NY) – Sunday, March 29, 1987  Services for Forest M. Crane, 74, of 7707 N. Jefferson St., Pulaski, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home in Pulaski. The Rev. John von Harten will officiate. Burial will be at Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home, 7385 Park St. Mr. Crane died Friday morning at the Westminister Canterbury of Winchester, Va., Nursing Home, where he had been a patient two days. He was born in Rensellear Falls and attended school there. He was married to Fanny Louise Morrison on Oct. 31, 1936. He was employed by the Newton Falls Paper Mill and later by General Electric of Syracuse and by John W. Kepler of Syracuse. He later worked for Englyburg-Huller. For the past 15 years he had owned his own refrigeration business. Surviving besides his wife are a son, Richard of Norfolk, Va.; four daughters, twins Sharon Crane of Syracuse and Shirley Hilton of Rome, Janis Garwood of Winchester, Va., and Carol Crane of Buffalo; two grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Iva Karabim of Melrose Park, Ill.; and a brother, Ranson Crane of Newton Falls.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317084

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Sharon Mae  Crane

Birth:   1942

Death:   Nov. 20, 2014

Biography:

Sharon Mae Crane, age 72, passed away November 20, 2014 at home. A graveside service will be held 12:30 p.m., Friday, June 5, at Pulaski Cemetery. Arrangements by Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from June 1 to June 2, 2015

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Robert J  Craner III

Birth:   Jul. 28, 1968

Death:   Jul. 3, 1985

Biography:

Plot#  X-306A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317085

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Jane Patterson Crawford

Birth:   unknown

Death:   May 12, 1858

Biography:

Inscription: wife of John Crawford, age 62 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339739

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John  Crawford

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 24, 1838

Biography:

Inscription: age 44 yrs

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Mary  Crawford

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 13, 1856

Biography:

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William  Crawford

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 7, 1871

Biography:

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Edmund A.  Crim

Birth:   1893

Death:   1964

Biography:

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Mary L. Dunwick Crim

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 8, 1921

Biography:

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Mary L.  Crim

Birth:   1916

Death:   1916

Biography:

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Abram  Crocker

Birth:   1786

Death:   Nov. 26, 1859

Biography:

Plot#  A-9

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16433158

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Bradford  Crocker

Birth:   1899

Death:   1983

Biography:

Plot#  R-59

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317086

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Howard  Crocker

Birth:   Aug. 20, 1901

Death:   Feb. 26, 1978

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., March 08, 1978, Page 3, Image 3

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Howard “Bud”  Crocker Jr

Birth:   1924

Death:   Nov. 22, 1988

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Thursday, November 24, 1988  Services for Howard ”Bud” Crocker Jr., 64, of 7420 Lincoln Ave., who died Tuesday at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, 7385 Park St. Mr. Crocker was a life resident of Pulaski. He was owner and operator from 1955 to 1976 of Crocker Tractor Sales and later was an instructor with Oswego County BOCES, where he helped start the heavy equipment curriculum. Mr. Crocker was a 1942 graduate of Pulaski High School and attended Cornell University. Mr. Crocker was a charter member of the Richland Pilots Association. He was a former Pulaski village trustee and fire commissioner. He was an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II. Surviving are his wife, Marylyn; two sons, Christopher J. and Timothy J., both of Pulaski; a daughter, Tamara J. Woodruff of Pulaski; a sister, Helen Bishop of Minoa; nine grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

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Iris D Robb Crocker

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1978

Biography:

Plot#  R-59

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317087

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Maria  Crocker

Birth:   1805

Death:   Sep. 8, 1872

Biography:

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Marylyn  Crocker

Birth:   1924

Death:   Jun. 11, 1990

Biography:

FICHE #43-E-10 MARYLYN C. CROCKER DIES AT 66 Watertown Daily Times (NY) – June 12, 1990Browse Issues Marylyn C. Crocker, 66, of 7420 Lincoln Ave., former proprietor of a Pulaski clothing store, died Monday in the State University of New York Health Science Center, Syracuse, after a long illness.  The funeral will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at St. James Episcopal Church, with the Rev. Richard A. Clay, rector, officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 7385 Park St.  Contributions may be made to Northern Oswego County Ambulance. A blood drive will also be held in her memory from noon to 5 p.m. June 21 at the Pulaski American Legion.  Surviving are two sons, Christopher J. and Timothy J., both of Pulaski; a daughter, Tamara J. Woodruff, Pulaski; nine grandchildren; three brothers, Edward Carl, St. Petersburg, Fla., Roy Carl, Watsonville, Calif., and Don Carl, Pulaski, and a sister, Patricia C. Davis, Pulaski.  Born May 21, 1924, in Adams, a daughter of Howard E. and Mary Bowen Carl, she was graduated from Pulaski Academy High School in 1942, where she was valedictorian of her class. She also attended the Kings County School of Nursing, Brooklyn.  She married Howard A. “Bud” Crocker Jr. March 4, 1944.  Mrs. Crocker resided most of her life in Pulaski. She was employed as a nurse in the offices of Dr. Mason. She later owned and operated Tinytown, a clothing store in Pulaski, retiring in 1983.  Mr. and Mrs. Crocker also owned and operated Crocker’s Tractor Sales in Pulaski from 1955 to 1976. Mr. Crocker was a former instructor at the Oswego County BOCES. He also owned various car dealerships. A native of Pulaski, he died Nov. 22, 1988, at the age of 64.  Mrs. Crocker was a member of St. James Episcopal Church, Northern Oswego County Ambulance and the Pulaski Academy Central School Alumni Association. She was a charter member of the United Friends of Homeless Animals.  Mrs. Crocker also helped to organize the movement to change the name of the Pulaski Elementary School to the Laura M. Sharp Elementary School.  Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, June 12, 1990  Marylyn C. Crocker, 66, of 7420 Lincoln Ave. died Monday at University Hospital, Syracuse, after a long illness. A native of Adams, Mrs. Crocker resided most of her life in Pulaski. She retired in 1983 as owner and operator of Tinytown, a Pulaski clothing store. Mrs. Crocker previously was a nurse with the offices of Dr. Mason in Pulaski. She was a 1942 graduate of Pulaski Academy High School, where she was the valedictorian of her class. Her husband, Howard ”Bud” Jr., died in 1988. Mrs. Crocker was a member of St. James Episcopal Church, the Northern Oswego County Ambulance and the Pulaski Academy Central School Alumni Association. She was a charter member of the United Friends of Homeless Animals. She was an organizer of the movement to change the name of the Pulaski Elementary School to the Laura M. Sharp Elementary School. Surviving are two sons, Christopher J. and Timothy J., both of Pulaski; a daughter, Tamara J. Woodruff of Pulaski; three brothers, Edward of St. Petersburg, Fla., Roy of Watsonville, Calif., and Don Carl of Pulaski; a sister, Patricia C. Davis of Pulaski; and nine grandchildren. Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in St. James Episcopal Church, the Rev. Richard A. Clay officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Alexander  Cropsey

Birth:   1824

Death:   1892

Biography:

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Athelbert  Cropsey

Birth:   1846

Death:   1909

Biography:

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David  Cropsey

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 10, 1858

Biography:

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Harriet Tyler Cropsey

Birth:   1845

Death:   1915

Biography:

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Isadore E  Cropsey

Birth:   1870

Death:   1965

Biography:

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Lillian A  Cropsey

Birth:   1880

Death:   1972

Biography:

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Maria  Cropsey

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 2, 1866

Biography:

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Nellie F.  Cropsey

Birth:   1856

Death:   1915

Biography:

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Violette D  Cropsey

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 12, 1879

Biography:

AE 53 yrs, 4 mos, 13 dys

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Albert H.  Cross

Birth:   Mar. 9, 1847

Death:   Apr. 1, 1883

Biography:

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Augusta E. Butterfield Cross

Birth:   Nov. 30, 1839

Death:   Mar. 5, 1897

Biography:

CROSS—In Orwell, March 5th, 1897, Augusta E. Butterfield Cross, aged 66 years.   Mrs. Cross was born in Mexico. Was daughter of Almon  Butterfield. In 1862 she married Jesse Cross, who died a few years since. She has always resided in this villae. One child, Miss Carrie Cross, teacher in Cleveland, O., survives her. About two weeks ago she went to Orwell on business and at the time of her death, which was after a few minutes sickness, she was at the home of Edwin Near. Friends at the funeral, which was held from her late residence on Jefferson Avenue, Sunday afternoon, were Mrs. Sophia Cross, Oswego; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Butterfield, of Buffalo, and Mrs. Emily Bailey  Source: Pulaski Democrat, March 10, 1897

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Carrie A.  Cross

Birth:   Feb. 26, 1862

Death:   Jun. 29, 1934

Biography:

CARRIE A. CROSS   As announced briefly in The Democrat last week Miss Carrie A. Cross  a native of this village, died at her home in Hollywood, Calif., June 29. Miss Cross was a daughter of Jesse  and Augusta Butterfield Cross and was born in this village February 26, 1862. She graduated from the local academy in 1881 and was also a graduate of Oswego Normal. For many years she taught in the public schools in the City of Cleveland, O., ieiirihg from, the teaching profession three years ago. Two years ago she went to California where she had since resided. She was a member of St. James Episcopal church of this  illage, Pulaski Chapter; O.E.S, and a life member of Ontario Chapter, D.A.R. According to word received by  friends here her body will be cremated and the remains brought here to  be deposited in the family plot at the local cemetery. The nearest known survivors are cousins.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, July 11, 1934

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16414557

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Charles E.  Cross

Birth:   Aug. 4, 1843

Death:   9994

Biography:

CHARLES E. CROSS, LAST OF NINE CHILDREN PASSES AWAY   Charles E. Cross was born in this village August 4, 1843. He spent his early life, in Pulask and engaged in carriage making and woodworking.   He married Miss Ennis Bentley, October 2, 1865, who died many years ago. In 1887 Mr. Cross left Pulaski to make his home in Rochester and remained there until 1910 when he moved to Cleveland, Ohio, remaining there until 1921 when he came back to Pulaski to reside and has made this his home, since then.  Mr. Cross was a member of St. James Episcopal church, of this village.   A short time ago Mr. Cross was taken ill and was removed to Ideal Rest hospital in Orwell, where he died May 19. He is survived by an only daughter, Mrs. A. H. Godsmark of Binghamton. He was the last of nine children.   Funeral services were held from St. James church, Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock, Rev. Ray Wotton, rector of St. James church officiating.   Burial in Pulaski cemetery.  Source: May 25, 1927

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Charles H.  Cross

Birth:   Jan. 1, 1807

Death:   Nov. 2, 1883

Biography:

Charles H. Cross, son of Moulton Cross was born on January 1, 1807, in the town of Hamilton, Madison County. Cross, the oldest in a family of 14, came to Pulaski with his father in 1814. The elder Mr. Cross purchased a 300 acre tract of land four miles outside the village.   Charles Cross started out in the miller profession, helping to construct many saw mills in this area. In 1827, after a “common school” education, he entered the field of surveying and conveyancing.   On October 11, 1842, he married 25-year-old Melissa Lane, daughter of Gilbert Lane. They, were the parents of five children After becoming skillful in his field, he was appointed agent of “Pierrepont Estate” in 1850. This consisted of approximately one-hundred thousand acres of land spread between the counties of Jefferson, Lewis and Oswego.   On April 1852, the citizens of Pulaski were authorized to raise a tax of $1500 for the construction of a fire-proof building for use by the county clerk. The lot, west of the court house, was given by Benjamin Wright, a surveryor in Pulaski. His only request was that the erection be completed by September 1, 1853. A quote from the Oswego County History said of Mr. Cross “In all matters pertaining to the public welfare, Mr. Cross has ever manifested a lively Interest.  He assisted in the Organization, location and construction of the Rome, Watertown and Ogdensburg Railroad and also of the Syracuse Northern railroad, and was director of each.   During the 27 years of his administration as land agent, he has settled thousands of families and contributed largely to the general prosperity and development of the various towns.”  Source: Pulaski Democrat, May 29, 1974

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Charley  Cross

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Inscription: Our Little Charley   Note: undated stone

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16414742

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Edwin J.  Cross

Birth:   1853

Death:   1860

Biography:

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Eliza Winters Cross

Birth:   Apr. 10, 1808

Death:   Feb. 14, 1895

Biography:

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Elizabeth A.  Cross

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 17, 1865

Biography:

Inscription: age 50 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339746

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Eunice E. Bentley Cross

Birth:   Nov. 6, 1848

Death:   Nov. 9, 1915

Biography:

Eunice was the daughter of Hiram Bentley and Charlotte Ann Daily. She was born outside Pulaski in the Town of Richland. She was married to Charles E. Cross and they moved to Webster NY for several years before returning to Pulaski before Eunice’s death.

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Frances A.  Cross

Birth:   May 9, 1844

Death:   Jan. 4, 1852

Biography:

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Gilbert L.  Cross

Birth:   Nov. 9, 1850

Death:   Jan. 23, 1890

Biography:

He was a land agent and notary public in Pulaski __________________________________________  Several thousand California mountain trout were recently placed in Salmon river by Mr. Gilbert L. Cross. The young fish were furnished by Seth Green and the state authorities.   Source: Jefferson County Journal, June 27, 1883 ________________________________________  In this village, Jan’y 23, 1890, Gilbert L. Cross, aged 40 years.   Deceased was youngest son of tbe late Chas, H. Cross, and a native of this village. He was well known and much liked for his genial temperament and generous impulses. The funeral was held on Saturday and was largely attended, especially by members of the Masonic fraternity. ******* Masonic.   A special communication of Pulaski Lodge, No. 415, of F. and A.M., held at Masonic hall on Saturday, Jan’y 25th, 1890, the following minutes and reflations were adopted:   A summons to the house of mourning has again called us together, and as we are about to attend the funeral obsequies of brother Gilbert L. Cross, it is fitting that some expression of our sorrow at his untimely death should be entered in the minutes of our Lodge,   Brother Cross died at his residence in Pulaski, on Thursday evening, Jan’y 23d, after a brief and painful illness.   For several years after he became a member of our fraternity, he was soon interested in the welfare of our order, and was faithful in the discharge of his Masonic duties.   We recall with pleasure his pleasant disposition, his unfailing kindness and his willingness always to assist in worthy and charitable objects. Generosity, kindness, sympathy and courtesy were prominent traits of his character.   As we remember that “to err is human, to forgive is divine,” let the brethren who survive, cover his frailties with the mantle of true Masonic charity, and strive to emulate his virtues and the attractive and worthy qualities of his character.    Resolved, That we extend to the widow and relatives of our deceased brother, the assurance of our heartfelt sympathy from condolence in their great and sudden bereavement, and that this tribute be spread on the minutes of this Lodge.  Resolved, That the jewels and emblems of our lodge-room are draped in mourning in memory of our deceased brother, and that copies of this minute be given to his widow, and to the PULASKI DEMOCRAT for publication.   N.B. Smith,   O.V. Davis,  Com. B. Snow,  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Jan 30, 1890

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Henry B.  Cross

Birth:   1828

Death:   Jan. 21, 1895

Biography:

CROSS—In Rochester, NY, Monday, January 21,1895, Henry B. Cross, aged 66 years.   Mr Cross had been jn-Roohesteti but a few days when he was taken suddenly ill and was found dead in his bed. Remains were brought to Pulaski for interment  Source: Sandy Creek News, feb 7, 1895

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Henry W.  Cross

Birth:   Feb. 28, 1807

Death:   Nov. 28, 1874

Biography:

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Horace M.  Cross

Birth:   1811

Death:   1880

Biography:

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Jesse W.  Cross

Birth:   Jul. 31, 1816

Death:   Feb. 26, 1895

Biography:

Jesse W. Cross caught a two pound trout in Spring Brook.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, 1884 _______________________________  JESSE W. CROSS.   Mr. Jesse W. Cross, an old resident of this town, passed peacefully away Tuesday night, February 26th, after a long  and painful illness. Mr. Cross was born July 31, 1810, one mile west of this village, on the farm now occupied by Henry C. Twitchell, and has always been a resident of tlm county.   He was well known throughout northern New York, having been associated with his brother, the late Charles H. Cross, in surveying many of the lands in Redfield, Osoeola and other towns of Oswego, Jefferson and Lewis counties, and was an undoubted authority in many things relating to the wild lands and early history of these oounties. He was an expert fly fisherman and almost as well acquainted with the favorite hiding places in the waters of Salmon River and its tributaries as the finny tribes themselves.   Mr. Cross was a member of the masonic order for forty-six years, having been a member of Mexico Lodge, F. and A. M., No. 135, from which he was admitted for the purpose of forming Pulaski Lodge, No. 415.   In 1802 Mr. Cross was married to Augusta E. Butterfield, of Mexico, who, with their only child, Carrie A., survives him.   The funeral of Mr. Cross occurred Saturday, Mar. 2, at his late residence on Jefferson Ave., with the honors of the Masonic fraternity. Six old friends and neighbors, Hon. N.B. Smith, Capt. C.H. Ripsom, Dr. F.S. Low, Messrs. S.D. Moore, L.D. Potter and Henry H. Lyman, of Oswego, officiated as bearers.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, March 6, 1895

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Lydia Arabella Harmon Cross

Birth:   Nov. 6, 1827

Death:   Mar. 20, 1888

Biography:

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Melissa Lane Cross

Birth:   Nov. 18, 1817

Death:   Oct. 15, 1884

Biography:

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Sophia M. “Sophy” Knapp Cross

Birth:   Jan. 7, 1852

Death:   Jul. 27, 1902

Biography:

PULASKI.  July 28.—Mrs. Sophia Knapp Gross died suddenly from heart failure on Sunday morning at the home of William H. Enos. Mrs. Gross had been under the doctor’s care for the past two weeks, but was about the house as usual. Coroner Box was called and ssid it was death from heart failure. Mrs. Gross was the widow of the late Gilbert Gross.  Source: Oswego Daily Palladium, July 28, 1902

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Arthur D.  Crouse

Birth:   Dec. 20, 1915

Death:   Jun. 27, 1972

Biography:

Arthur D. Crouse Dies   PULASKI — Arthur D. Crouse, 56, Pulaski, R.D. 2 died this morning in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where he had been a patient three weeks.   The funeral will be Friday at 11 a.m. at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Rev. Edwin A. Potter, pastor of Park United Methodist Church, officiating.   Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.   Surviving are a son, Charles R., Pulaski; two daughters, Mrs. Gus (Kayleen) Holliday, Mexico, Mrs. Sharon Devaney, Buffalo; three grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Archie (Inez) Neill, Pulaski, Mrs. John (Nettie) Bonner, Norfolk, Va.; four brothers, Russell, Utica, William, Syracuse, Walter, Jacksonville, Fla., and John, Rhode Island.   Born Dec. 20, 1915, in Pulaski, son of Oren and Lena Aubert Crouse, he attended Pulaski High School and married Frieda M. Hilton. Mrs. Crouse died Aug. 15,1967.   He was employed as a superintendent for Groves Construction Co., at the Niagara Mohawk Steam station in Oswego.  ******  Deaths  CROUSE – In the House of the Good Samaritan, June 27, 1972, Arthur D. Crouse, Pulaski, R.D. 2, aged 84 years.   Funeral Friday, 11 a.m., Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski. Burial in Pulaski Cemetery.  Source: Watertown Daily Times, June 27, 1972

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Mrs Augusta Dillenbeck Crow

Birth:   1843

Death:   Jan. 15, 1907

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., January 16, 1907, Page 5, Image 5  Sandy Creek news., January 17, 1907, Page 1, Image 1  twin sister of Augustus Dillenbeck

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B Earl  Cunningham

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 30, 1987

Biography:

WATERLOO – The funeral for B Earl Cunningham, 77, of Watertown, father of Joseph R Cunningham of Waterloo, who died March 30, will be at 11  a m. Saturday at the Cummings Funeral Home, Watertown Burial will be in Pulaski Village Cemetery.

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Joseph R  Cunningham

Birth:   Oct. 31, 1931

Death:   Mar. 11, 1998

Biography:

Name:    Joseph R. Cunningham State of Issue: New York Date of Birth:  Saturday  October  31, 1931 Date of Death:  Wednesday  March  11, 1998 Est. Age at Death:  66 years, 4 months, 8 days Confirmation:   Verified

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Theodore D.  Cunningham

Birth:   Jul. 10, 1914

Death:   Dec. 24, 2003

Biography:

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Theresa Bonney Cunningham

Birth:   1915

Death:   2004

Biography:

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John  Curry

Birth:   1833

Death:   1891

Biography:

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PFC Ross E.  Curry

Birth:   Mar. 23, 1939

Death:   Sep. 21, 1993

Biography:

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Sarah  Curry

Birth:   1835

Death:   1916

Biography:

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Sylvia Louise Spackman Curry

Birth:   Dec. 21, 1911

Death:   Nov. 5, 2009

Biography:

Sylvia was the wife of Edwin J. Curry  She was the daughter of Ross and Pearl (Dutra) Spackman  Obit  Sylvia L. Curry, 97 of 1000 Masonic Dr., Sewickley, PA formerly of Ellwood City passed away at her residence on November 5, 2009 at 7:45 P.M.  She was born in Hastings, Cambria Co., Pennsylvania on December 21, 1911 to the late Ross & Pearle Dutra Spackman. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edwin J. Curry and a son Ross E. Curry. She had retired as a payroll clerk at the Ellwood City Forge.  She is survived by 6 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.  Besides her parents, husband and son she was preceded in death by a grandson and a granddaughter.  Private interment will be held in Pulaski Cemetery in Pulaski, New York.

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Berton L.  Curtis

Birth:   Nov. 8, 1900

Death:   27179

Biography:

Mr. Curtis Dies   Berton L. Curtis, 73, of Pulaski died Thursday, May 30, at the Veteran’s Hospital in Syracuse where he had been a patient for one month.   Funeral services were held on May 31 at 2 p.m. at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski with burial in the Pulaski Cemetery.   Mr. Curtis was born in Buffalo on Nov. 8, 1900. He served in the Merchant Marines for many years. In 1950 he married Eva M. Janack in New York City.   The couple moved to Pulaski in 1952 and they owned and operated the Texaco service station and the bakery located near the entrance of Selkirk Shores State Park. Mrs. Curtis died on May 31, 1973.   Mr. Curtis is survived by two stepdaughters; Mrs. Edith Larrabee of Pulaski and Mrs. Karol Powell of Oakland, Oregon; 3 stepgrandsons; 1 stepgreatgrandson and one sister, Mrs. George E. Telford of Point Burwell, Ontario, Canada.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, June 5, 1974

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Elhanan W.  Curtiss

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Note: Aged 38 years

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James  Curtiss

Birth:   1786

Death:   Jan. 14, 1849

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Sarah  Curtiss

Birth:   1787

Death:   May 19, 1850

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Martha Ann Tryon Cuthberston

Birth:   Jun. 27, 1890

Death:   Jan. 26, 1973

Biography:

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Walter A  Cuthberston

Birth:   1881

Death:   1954

Biography:

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Martha Ann Tryon Cuthbertson

Birth:   Jun. 27, 1889

Death:   Jan. 26, 1973

Biography:

Daughter of Wellington Tryon and Nellie Brown, she married Walter Cuthbertson in Pulaski in 1915. During World War II she served as a registered nurse in Walter Reed Hospital.

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Walter Alexander  Cuthbertson

Birth:   Dec. 21, 1873

Death:   23500

Biography:

Born in Ayleburton, Gloucestershire, England to Gavin or Galvin Cuthbertson and Mary Hohman, he came to the USA in 1883. He came to Pulaski in 1888 to work in the Ontario Mills for his uncle, Frank Hohman. He purchased the mill in 1905 and ran it until about 1962. He married Martha Tryon in July of 1915. He served as mayor of Pulaski from 1926 – 1929.

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Charlotte  Daily

Birth:   Dec. 28, 1804

Death:   May 19, 1876

Biography:

Wife of Henry Daily

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Henry  Daily

Birth:   May 8, 1804

Death:   Dec. 20, 1887

Biography:

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Milo H.  Daily

Birth:   Aug., 1840

Death:   Jun. 11, 1841

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George  Dale

Birth:   1811

Death:   Mar. 6, 1851

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Mary Antoinette  Dale

Birth:   1812

Death:   Apr. 14, 1888

Biography:

She was the wife of George Dale, and after his death she married Royal Seamans. She died at the home of her son, W.H. Dale

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Silas  Dale

Birth:   1849

Death:   Jun. 12, 1864

Biography:

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Dora J  Dalton

Birth:   1883

Death:   1980

Biography:

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Alice Mary  Daly

Birth:   1881

Death:   1950

Biography:

Last Rites For Alice Daly, 68   Miss Alice Mary Daly, 68, died at Loretta Rest, in Syracuse, Saturday evening, where she had resided for the past four years. She had been in poor health for some time.   Funeral services were held Tuesday from St. John’s Catholic church with Rev. Edward P. Kenific celebrating mass at 9:30 a.m., preceded by a prayer at the Taylor funeral home at 9 a.m. The body was placed in the Pulaski cemetery vault to await burial in the spring.   Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Rex (Winifred) Wiley, of Rochester, and a brother, John Daly of Syracuse and two  nephews.   Miss Daly was born in Pulaski Oct. 2, 1881, a daughter of John and Mary Griffin Daly. She received her early education in the Pulaski school and graduated from Syracuse secretarial school. She had spent her entire life in Pulaski doing secretarial work. She was employed at the 4-H office here for about 20 years until her retirement four years ago.   She was a communicant of St. John’s Catholic church and a member of the Altar and Rosary society of that church.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, March 23, 1950 ________________________________________  Sister of  James H.  Daly

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Francis Mullen  Daly

Birth:   Oct. 5, 1890

Death:   Apr. 29, 1963

Biography:

Francis was the son of Michael and Anna L (Mullen) Daly.  In 1910 the family consisted of Michael and Anna L married 22 years with 3 children living  with sons James M 21, Francis M 19, and Charles S 18 (DALY  MICHAEL  46 M  W IREL  NY  OSWEGO  RICHLAND  1910; Series: T624  Roll: 1063 Page: 166).  They lived on Bridge St in the Village of Pulaski.    In 1940 Francis M Daly and his wife Mildred R., both 49 and b NY are living in Pulaski on Bridge St ( 1940; Census Place: Pulaski, Oswego, New York; Roll: T627_2715; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 38-68).  His WW II draft registration shows his full name as Francis Mullen Daly and his birth as Oct 5, 1890 at Pulaski, NY,(same as his WWI registration) wth his permanent contact as Mildred R. Daly, both of 32 Bridge St, Pulaski, NY (Ancestry.com. U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010).  Francis was a graduate of Syracuse University.  He previously worked for GE, then was Post Master in Pulaski, and then worked for the IRS..

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James Hugo  Daly

Birth:   1877

Death:   8168

Biography:

JAMES HUGO DALY   James Hugo Daly, 43, son of John N. Daly of Lake street, Pulaski, died Friday, May 12, at St. Joseph’s hospital, Syracuse, where he had been a patient for several weeks. Death was due to pneumonia.  Mr. Daly was born 43 years ago at Gouverneur, his parents later moving to Pulaski, and at the age of 16 graduated with the class of 1894, Pulaski high school. Later, and for a number of years, he was employed as a salesman in the clothing store of his father, John N. Daly, the latter disposing of the business to Herbert W. Damon.   With the coming of the automobile James H. Daly took up that line of work as a salesman and was quite successful. During the past few years he had been employed by a Syracuse concern. Prior to that time he was engaged in the same business at Rome.   He had a wide circle of friends in Pulaski village, where his boyhood days were passed.   Surviving, besides his father, is a brother, John N. Daly of Rochester, and two sisters, Mrs. Rex Whitney of Rochester and Miss  Alice M . Daly of this village.   The body was taken to Pulaski Friday evening by Paul K. Foster, a local undertaker. Rev. Gerald F. Dunn officiated at the funeral held at 9:30 o’clock Monday morning at St. John the Evangelist Catholic church. Burial was made in  the family plot in Pulaski cemetery.   Source: Sandy Creek News, May 18, 1922

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James Michael  Daly

Birth:   Nov. 28, 1888

Death:   Oct. 7, 1965

Biography:

Jim Daly went to school in Pulaski where he was born, played on the football team, and then went to Syracuse University.  He graduated in 1911 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and went to work for GE, moving about to Schenectady, Pittsfield, Lynn, and Syracuse.  In 1914 he became manager for Northern Power at Gouverneur and moved to Ogdensburg in 1918 where he was involved in many things including civic matters.  He was director of Hepburn Hospital and President of the Chamber of Commerce.  In 1932 Jim became the promotion manager for Niagara Mohawk in Syracuse and retired there in 1953.  When married in 1917 he was reported as Superintendent of the Northern Transmission company.  In 1925 James M Daly and his wife Viola M, both 35, are found in Ogdensburg, NY; the family was listed with Anna Louise 6, James M 3, and Dorothy Marie 1 (1925 Election District: 02; Assembly District: 01; City: Ogdensburg Ward 03; County: St Lawrence; Page: 4).  In 1930 they still lived in Ogdensburg and were listed as James M 41, Viola M 40, married 28 years, Anna 11, James M 8, Dorothy M 6, and Mary F 2 2/12, as well as a live in servant (1930 Ogdensburg, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 1642; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 63; Image: 365.0; FHL microfilm: 2341376).  In 1940 the Daly family lived on Ostrum Avenue in Syracuse, NY and was listed as James M 51 sales manager – public utilities, Viola N 50, Anna L 21, James M 18, Dorothy M 16, and Mary F 12; there was a maid as well (1940 Syracuse, Onondaga, New York; Roll: T627_2858; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 66-217).

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John N.  Daly

Birth:   1841

Death:   Oct., 1922

Biography:

Mr. John N. Daly fell on the ice, at his home, last Friday, and broke his hip. This is indeed a very sad event in Mr. Daly’s life as he is a man most eighty and such a calamity  is not likely to be overcome in a short time.—Democrat   Source: The Sandy Creek News, March 3, 1921 ______________________________________  Old Merchant and Resident Passes  John N. Daly, 81, retired merchant and tailor and one of Pulaski’s oldest and best known residents, died early last Friday morning at his home in Lake street.   About two years ago Mr. Daly received a severe fracture of the hip when he fell upon an icy sidewalk at his residence in Lake street.   Later he went to Rochester to remain with his daughter, Mrs. Rex B. Wilsey. It was during that period that he received a similar fracture.   He had been in poor health for a long time.   John N. Daly was born in Tipperary, Ireland, June 15, 1841, and when about 24 years old came to this country, landing in New York, where he remained some time and followed his trade, that of a tailor. He then went to Gouverneur, where he engaged in the clothing business. Remaining in the St. Lawrence county village until 1872 he disposed of his business and came to Pulaski where he had since remained. He was then employed as a cutter in the clothing store of the late Albert F. Betts, located in the store at the north end of the Hohman opera house block, formerly owned by A.F. Betts estate.   During the 90’s Mr. Daly established a clothing store in the quarters at present occupied by the post-office and where he remained sometime. He then moved his stock and fixtures to the old quarters formerly occupied by the Betts clothing store, where he remained a number of years. In 1912 he sold the stock and fixtures to Herbert W. Damon.   Later Mr. Daly opened a tailoring establishment on the second floor of the Pulaski National Bank block, remaining there until the accident, of about two years ago.   A  number of years ago Mr. Daly served as a member of the board of education, filling several consecutive terms. He also was a member of the Pulaski Retail Merchants’ Association. During the half century that Mr. Daly had made his home here he had witnessed many changes in the progressive village. His son, James H. Daly died in Syracuse last May.   Surviving are a son, John M. Daly of Rochester, and two daughters, Miss Alice M. Daly of this village, and Mrs. Rex Wilsey of Rochester.   Funeral services were held from St. John the Evangelist Catholic church, Monday morning at 10 o’clock. Rev. Gerald F. Dunn officiating. Burial in Pulaski cemetary.  — Democrat.  Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 26, 1922

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Lieut Charles J.  Daly

Birth:   Mar. 17, 1892

Death:   Mar. 21, 1955

Biography:

WWI veteran

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Margaret A.  Daly

Birth:   1850

Death:   1897

Biography:

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Mildred Redmond Daly

Birth:   1895

Death:   1962

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Viola May MacCallum Daly

Birth:   Apr. 13, 1887

Death:   Dec. 4, 1969

Biography:

Viola N 31 and James N 30 were listed in the1920 census with daughter Anna L, his occupation Elec Engineer at a Power Co, his father born in Ireland (DALY JAMES N [sic] 30  M  W  NY  NY  ST LAWRENCE  OSWEGATCHIE  1920; Series: T625 Roll: 1260  Page: 150).  In 1910 Viola MacCallum 24 was a boarder in Oswego where she worked as a nurse in a hospital (1910 Oswego Ward 3,  Oswego,  NY; Roll: T624_1062; Page:  7B; E D:  0133; Image:  784; FHL film no: 1375075).

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Virginia A.  Daly

Birth:   1906

Death:   Jul. 27, 1991

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Monday, July 29, 1991  Services for Virginia A. Daly, 85, of 77 Lake Ave., who died Saturday at Auburn Memorial Hospital, will be at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday at Becker Funeral Home and 10 a.m. in St. Mary Magdalene Church, Wolcott. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, Church Street, Red Creek. Born in Syracuse, Mrs. Daly lived in Pulaski for 56 years before moving to Wolcott four years ago. She retired in 1968 as a cafeteria manager from the Altmar–Parish-Williamstown Central School District. She was a member of St. Mary Magdalene Church of Wolcott and St. John the Evangelist Church of Pulaski. Surviving are a daughter, Peggy Soule of Wolcott; a son, Peter of Queensbury; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and several cousins, nieces and nephews.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317094

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William J. “Will”  Daly

Birth:   1876

Death:   1918

Biography:

WILLIAM J. DALY CLAIMED BY DEATH    “Should swift death this night o’er take us, And our couch become our tomb, May the morn in heaven awake us, Clad in bright and deathless bloom,”   Again are we reminded that death has no set schedule, no time limit, no respect for our plans in life. Death comes after long weeks, and even years of weary, destroying illness; death comes as the thief in the night; death comes to the babe; death comes to the youth; death comes at the noonday of life; death comes at the evening of our earthly pilgrimage.  After his usual service, most faithfully performed through the day, in passing from door to door of the people in a part of the village, depositing here a message from some absent one, there some announcement of a cheer and again to another a letter telling things which brought hope or perchance sorrow. After a little time at the club and in conversation with the boys where he hapepned to meet them,  William J. Daly went to his Lake St. home, retired between ten and eleven, but was taken ill and before the clock struck two in the morning he had passed put of this life.   His devoted sister, Alice, was with him, desparately endeavoring to tide him over the sudden rising of the waves, frantically calling over the phone for aid, but Will was so far gone that no earthly help could avail. Thus in a few, hours the mighty hand of the reaper took from this life one who will he missed, keenly, from our midst.   William J. Daly was born in this village, February 23, 1876. He was son of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Daly. His mother died some two score, years ago. He entered the school of this village and being an unusually bright boy advanced rapidly and was graduated from Pulaski Academy in 1892.   While yet under the age of manhood he went to Syracuse and took a position with the Syracuse Water Co. where he remained for over twenty years. He came back to the home of  his father about four years ago. When our free delivery for the village was established two years ago he was appointed to a delivery route which covered the west part of the village. His service in the capacity of carrier was most satisfactory. He was obliging and courteous and his daily visits were waited by all whom he served with interest.  He was a cofhuinnicant of St. John’s Catholic Church and a member and secretary of Pulaski Citizens’ Club. He was favored with a great circle of friends who have been shocked beyond estimate over his sudden death. Monday morning, at half-past nine, High Mass of Reqiem was sung at  St. John’s Catholic church by Rev. Charles N. Oley, in the presence of a large concourse of friends. At the home many beautiful floral tributes were in evidence, expressing the esteem  of the community and his immediate friends. Burial was made in Pulaski cemetery beside his mother. He is survived by his father, two brothers James H. Daly, of Watertown; John  M. Daly, now in training at a school of military photography in Rochester and was unable to come to the funeral because of a quarantine over his class; two sisters, Miss Alice M., who kept the home and Miss Winifred A., a teacher in Rochester school. All except the brother, John, were at home for the funeral.   Friends from away in attendance were Mr. Albert M. Griffn, of Carthage; Miss Elizabeth Griffin, of Potsdam; Mr. Arthur Mulvehill, of Syracuse; Mr. Rex Wilsey, of Washington, D.C.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, May 15, 1918 ________________________________  He had a pet hound named Sport Farnam, that went hunting with him.

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Agnes Duvall Darling

Birth:   Jul. 8, 1910

Death:   Dec., 1986

Biography:

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Evelyn Janet Brown Darling

Birth:   Dec. 12, 1926

Death:   Jan. 19, 1994

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Thursday, January 20, 1994  Evelyn Janet Darling, 67, of 208 Pathfinder Courts died Wednesday at Lee Memorial Hospital. A native of Pulaski, Mrs. Darling also lived 12 years in Mount Airey, N.C., and several years in Orwell before moving to Fulton in 1991. She was a 1943 graduate of Pulaski Academy High School. Her husband, Robert, died in 1990. Surviving are two sons, Randy of Lee Center and Ronny of Norfolk, Va.; two daughters, Carolyn Wolfe of Mount Airey and Bonnie Breezee of Fulton; two brothers, Matthew Brown of Clay and Robert Brown of Sackets Harbor; three sisters, Lois Tanner of Altmar, Anna Mattacherio of Albany and Marion Greene of Schenectady; 14 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, the Rev. Elizabeth Mowry officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317096

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Leonard  Darling

Birth:   1908

Death:   34468

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Tuesday, May 17, 1994  Leonard I. Darling, 86, of Moravia died Saturday at his home. A native of Scott, Mr. Darling lived in Mapleview, where he owned and operated a dairy farm for several years. He retired as an inspector and foreman after 20 years with Prestolite Corp., Syracuse, and later operated a motel in Sanford, Fla., for several years. He moved to Moravia 11 years ago. Mr. Darling was employed with the Green Thumb Program as a caretaker for the Preble rest area. He was a member of the Lake Como and Scott Senior Citizens groups. His wife, the former Agnes Meyers, died in 1986. He lived with Fannie Darling Chapman for the past seven years. Surviving are three sons, Leonard R. of Canastota, Donald A. of Phoenix and Wayne F. of Berkley Heights, N.J.; three daughters, Beverly Melchior of Elbridge, Joyce Zeppetello of East Syracuse and Kathy Ptak of Mattydale; a stepdaughter, Carol Hess of Pulaski; a brother, Francis Neff of Groton; 18 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Services will be at noon today at Donald L. Barber Funeral Home, Homer. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Eugenia  Dashnam

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1998

Biography:

Plot#  X-228

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317098

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  1. L. Davenport

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 27, 1833

Biography:

Brother of Fannie A. Davenport Lindo

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Margaret  Davey

Birth:   1922

Death:   Jul. 20, 1999

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, July 21, 1999  Margaret Davey, 77, of 8444 state Route 3,Pulaski,died Tuesday at Oswego Hospital. Born in Parish, she lived in Minetto for 25 years before moving to Pulaski in 1975. She attended Pulaski Schools. She retired in 1974 from Nestle, Fulton. She owned and operated Bears by Maggie for 15 years. She attended United Methodist Church, Minetto. A son, Howard Jr., died in 1994. Survivors: Her husband, Howard F.; three daughters, Sharon L. Brown of Walworth, Allison M. Davey of Pulaski and Anne Miller of Fulton; a son, John M. of Orlando, Fla.; a brother, Vernon Peterson of Cranberry Lake; a sister, Viola Peterson of Lakeland, Fla.; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Services: Private. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317099

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Abram  David

Birth:   unknown

Death:   May 11, 1872

Biography:

Pulaski.- —Our village is being bereft of many of its oldest citizens, and we are thereby reminded of the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death. Last evening, the news of the death of Mr. Abram David, was borne to the ears of the people, causing a sad and painful surprise Mr. David had been sick only about a week, which was a week of groat suffering to iho sick one. He injured his spine by lifting, and his sickness terminating in typhoid fever, he was soon called to the land of rest. He leaves a wife and three children, who deeply mourn the loss of a dear husband and father.  May 11th 1872.  Source: Weekly Advertiser, Oswego, Oswego Co, NY, May 15, 1872

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432960

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Charles A.  David

Birth:   1864

Death:   1939

Biography:

CHARLES A. DAVID   Charles A. David died at his home in Syracuse, October 19. Mr. David was a native of Pulaski and will be remembered by the older generation.   Many years ago he entered the employ of E. W. Edwards Co. in Syracuse, and was purchasing agent in the drapery department of that company.   Mr. David is survived by his widow, a son Charles A. Jr. and daughter, Doris; also two sisters, Mrs. Frederic B. Parker and Miss Elizabeth David, all of Syracuse.   Burial was made m Pulaski cemetery Sunday afternoon.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Oct 25, 1939

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432392

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Charles A.  David Jr

Birth:   1915

Death:   Nov., 1994

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432384

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Elizabeth Nanette “Libbie”  David

Birth:   1862

Death:   Jan. 6, 1940

Biography:

ELIZABETH DAVID   Elizabeth Nannette David died at her home, 140 Fitch St, Syracuse, Saturday, January 6 after a brief illness.   She was born in Pulaski, daughter of Abram and Mary David, and was a resident of this village until going to Syracuse where she remained until going to Holt, Alabama, where she lived a number of years, returning to Syracuse, where she made her home with her brother-in-law, Frederic B. Parker and Mrs. Parker.   Miss David was a member of St. James Episcopal church of Pulaski and while here was active in the Sunday School and all organizations of the church, of which her grandfather, the late John David, was one of the founders and the first warden.   Miss David is survived by a sister, Mrs. Mary Parker; a nephew, Charles David, Jr. and a niece, Miss Doris David, all of Syracuse.   Funeral services were held at Kompf funeral parlors at 1 p.m. yesterday, with Rev. Arthur H. Berger of Elmwood Presbyterian church officiating.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Jan 10 1940

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Johannah  David

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 31, 1872

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432944

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John  David

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 6, 1875

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432938

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John P.  David

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 24, 1847

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432952

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Joseph  David

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 28, 1892

Biography:

Pulaski  Joseph David died at his home on North street on Thursday after a few days sickness from pneumonia at the age, of 60 years. His parents came to the country from Switzerland. He has made Pulaski his home during the greater part of his life, and at one time owned and run a wagon shop here. A brother in California, and his nephew Charles David of this place, and two sisters, Miss Libbie David and Mrs. F.B. Parker are his own surviving relatives. The funeral was held Saturday, Rev A  J. Bramly officiating  Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 4, 1892

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432969

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Mary Weed David

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 28, 1898

Biography:

MABY DAVID,  Syracuse Herald: In this city,  December 28, 1898, Mrs. Mary David, aged 65 years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Frederic B. Parker and Libbie Nanette David, also one  son, Charles A. David, all of this city.   She has gone from her home, from her kindred departed;  The chain that had bound her fair spirit is broken.  The final farewell has been mournfully spoken.  And long shall her children for her absence be weeping.  Who now in you cuold, silent tomb lies sleeping.  She has gone to her rest, to her kindred departed, No more shall her dear ones in this sojourn of Sorrow,  Shall the sweet voice of mother e’er welcome the morrow.   We miss her kind, her willing hand, her fond and earnest care.  How dark is life around us! What is home without her there?   Mrs. Dayid was widely known among readers of the DEMOCRAT being a life long resident of Pulaski up to her removal to Syracuse six years ago.   During her younger days she was a member of the Congregational church choir. Later in life she joined St. James Episcopal church of which she was a member at the time of her death and in whose choir she sang many years.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, 1898

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Pauline C.  David

Birth:   1890

Death:   1976

Biography:

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Helen Harvey Davidson

Birth:   Sep. 11, 1888

Death:   27534

Biography:

MISS HELEN HARVEY BECOMES BRIDE OF FAY C. DAVIDSON   Miss Helen Harvey and Fay C. Davidson, both of Syracuse, were married Friday morning by the Rev. Frederick Maunder of tho Bellevue M. E. Church. After a brief tour Mr. and Mrs. Davidson will live in Syracuse. The bridegroom is a foreman at the Solvay Process plant. The bride has been employed in the business office of The Syracuse Journal for several years. She formerly lived in Pulaski.   Source: Syracuse Journal, March 11, 1921 ___________________________  Mrs. Fay C. Davidson  SYRACUSE-Helen Davidson, 86, of 220 Marguerite St., died Wednesday morning at the Harding Nursing Home.  Born Sept. 11,1888, she attended school in Pulaski, and was married to the late Fay C.Davidson, who died in 1955. She was a member of the Syracuse chapter of OES, and had been employed by the HeraldJournal newspaper in Syracuse. She was later a telephone operator in the Hilton Hotel in Syracuse.  She is survived by a son, Harvey, of Clinton; and a sister, Mrs. Charles (Mary) Trumble of Pulaski.  Services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at the family plot in Pulaski Cemetery, the Rev. Stanley E. Skinner officiaiting. Arrangements are by the Foster-Hax. __________________________________

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Sgt Fay C.  Davidson

Birth:   Apr. 28, 1897

Death:   Jan. 13, 1955

Biography:

MISS HELEN HARVEY BECOMES BRIDE OF FAY C. DAVIDSON   Miss Helen Harvey and Fay C. Davidson, both of Syracuse, were married Friday morning by the Rev. Frederick Maunder of tho Bellevue M. E. Church. After a brief tour Mr. and Mrs. Davidson will live in Syracuse. The bridegroom is a foreman at the Solvay Process plant. The bride has been employed in the business office of The Syracuse Journal for several years. She formerly lived in Pulaski.   Source: Syracuse Journal, March 11, 1921 _____________________________ OBITUARIES   FAY C. DAVIDSON   Fay C Davidson, 58, Syracuse, brother of Mrs Lee Fairbanks of Hermon, died Jan 13 in the Syracuse veterans hospital. He was born April 28. 1896. son of the late Robert and Eugenia Wright Davidson. After graduating from Hermon High school, he attended embalming school and became a licensed undertaker.   He was a member of Syracuse Lodge 501, F & AM and Tigris Temple Shrine. He was a veteran of World War 2. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Helen Harvey Davidson, a son, Harvey, of Whitesboro. one brother and two sisters, Mrs Fairbanks and Mrs. Erirson of Virginia. Funeral services were held January 15, with burial in Pulaski  Source: St. Lawrence Plain Dealer, Canton NY, Feb 10, 1955

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Arthur W.  Davis

Birth:   Jun. 21, 1835

Death:   Aug. 27, 1981

Biography:

Arthur W. Davis, 86   Arthur W. Davis, 86, Richland Road, Pulaski, died August 27, 1981, at Auburn Memorial Hospital after a long illness.   He was born June 21, 1835 to Henry and Flora Near Davis in Ellisburg and was a life resident of Pulaski. He was a retired employee of General Electric, Syracuse.   On May 10, 1921, he married Mamie Mowers in Pulaski. She passed away in 1971.   Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Ruth Bennett, Pittsfield, Mass. Three sons, William H., Pulaski; Clarence (Bud), Camden, Jay, Camillus ten grandchildren, 14 greatgrandchildren, several nieces and nephews.   The funeral was 11:00 a.m. August 29,1981 at the Taylor-Vida Funeral Home with Rev. Dolen Morris, pastor of the Park United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Feb 7, 1981

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Bertha E. Pace Davis

Birth:   Nov. 9, 1883

Death:   Aug. 29, 1984

Biography:

Bertha E. Davis, 100   Mrs. Bertha E. Davis, age 100, of 7204 Lake Street, Pulaski, died Tuesday, August 29 at the Pontiac Nursing Home, Oswego, where she was transferred from Oswego Hospital. She died from the result of a broken hip after a short illness.   She was born in Alberene, Virginia, November 9, 1883. She celebrated her 100th birthday last November.   She was married to the late Harry B. Davis, December 27, 1902. They made their home in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, later moving to Niagara Falls, Canada, where Mr. Davis was superintendent of the Ontario Power Company.   In 1914 they moved to Altmar, New York where her husband was engaged in the construction and later the operation of what was then known as the Salmon River Power Company. It is now owned by Niagara Mohawk.   She left Altmar after her husband died in 1937 and spent several years in her home state of Virginia. In recent years, she has made her home with her daughter, Doris Davis, in Pulaski.   Surviving are four daughters, Blanche Mileham, Aurora, NY; Bernice Prendergast, Elizabethton, Tenn.; Marjorie Gaines, Long Island; Doris Davis, Pulaski; one son, Henry Davis of Oswego; eight grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.   Graveside services were held at 11 a.m. Friday; August 31, at Pulaski Cemetery, the Rev. Lorrie Day, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Mexico, officiating. There were no calling hours.   Donations may be made to Northern Oswego County Ambulance or NOSHSI, Pulaski, N.Y.   Arrangements were by Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, Sept 3, 1984

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Capt John L.  Davis

Birth:   Jan. 9, 1890

Death:   22053

Biography:

Inscription: -New York- Captain Denetal Corp WWI

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Eleanor M. Dart Davis

Birth:   1832

Death:   1913

Biography:

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Frances C. Leigh Davis

Birth:   1854

Death:   Jan. 19, 1932

Biography:

Mrs. Frances C. Davis Services on Thursday   Funeral services for Mrs. Frances C. Davis, 79, 359 Bruce St., widow of O.V. Davis, who died at the Hospital of the Good Shepherd yesterday afternoon, will take place at the home Thursday afternoon at 1 o’clock. Rev. Dr. H. Elliot Chaffee will officiate. Burial will be in Pulaski.   A native of Colosse, Oswego County, Mrs. Davis passed the  greater part of her life in Pulaski, coming to Syracuse 10 years ago. For many years her husband operated a jewelry store in Pulaski.   Surviving are two sons, Dr. Edward L. Davis and Dr. John L. Davis, and a grandson, Paul K. Davis, all of Syracuse.   Mrs. Davis was a member of Pulaski Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star.  Source: Syracuse Journal, Jan 20, 1932

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Francis Dean  Davis

Birth:   1937

Death:   1996

Biography:

Inscription: Money Bags

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Harry B.  Davis

Birth:   Sep. 6, 1875

Death:   Mar. 6, 1937

Biography:

Born in Earlville, Virginia. He was the son of Benjamin and Minnie Wood Davis. In 1902 he married Bertha E. Pace, of Aberene, Va.  He was a superintendent for Bennett Bridge Power.

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John L.  Davis

Birth:   1828

Death:   Feb. 2, 1892

Biography:

Pulaski  Mr. John Davis, father of O.V. Davis, died Tuesday morning at his house on Park street. He had but lately moved to this place and about a week ago was stricken with pneumonia from which effect he died.  Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 4, 1892 ___________________________________  RESOLUTIONS, IN MEMORUM —   At a regular communication of Republican Lodge, 325, F. & A.M., held at Masonic Hall, Parish, N.Y., Feb. 2, ’92, a  letter was received announcing the death of Brother John L. Davis, where upon the following resolutions were offered and unanimously adopted:   Whereas, it has pleased Divine Providence, by the hand of death to remove from us our well-beloved brother, John L.  Davis,   Resolved, That we do hereby express our sincere Sorrow at the loss of one who was zealous in the performance of every  Masonic duty and faithful in the exemplification of every Masonic virtue.   Resolved, That in this the hour of their bereavement we extend to his Sorrowing family our heartfelt condolences and fraternally auite with them in kindly remembrances of his career as neighbor, brother and friend,   Resolved, That this Lodge attend in a body the funeral of our deceased brother, and show by our presence there the esteem in which he has ever been held as an honored member of our organization.  Resolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Lodge and that copies thereof be presented to the  family of the deceased and to the Pulaski Lodge. Also that copies be furnished the newspapers of this vicinity for publication.   R C. RODEBTBON, Sec. Rep. Lodge,  826, F. A A. M., Parish, N.Y.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Feb 11, 1892

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Madge  Davis

Birth:   1884

Death:   1884

Biography:

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Oron V.  Davis

Birth:   Nov. 7, 1854

Death:   10376

Biography:

Oron V. Davis Dies  At Syracuse Home  Jeweler in Pulaski for Forty Years   News of the death of Oron V. Davis which occurred at his home in Syracuse, Tuesday night, May 22nd, reached this village last Wednesday morning. While he had been in poor health for some time he was not’confined to his bed until the Sunday before he died.  Mr. Davis was born in Onondaga County, November 7th, 1854. At the age of 16 he commenced to work for Becker & Latrop, then jewelers in the 100 block, of S. Salina street in the city of Syracuse. He remained with this firm until May 1877 when he came to Pulaski, starting in business for himself. He was one of many to suffer in the great fire of 1881. Immediately following the fire, he conducted his store in the front of his home which was then located at the house now owned and occupied by Mrs. Harmon Wightman, facing South Park on Broad street. Upon the completion of the block now owned and occupied by Mrs. Mabel Halleran, which he erected in 1882, he then moved his store there. He continued the business here until 1919 when he sold to B. Miller, the present owner.  Mr. Davis was united in marriage with Miss Frances C. Leigh, of Colosse, October 11th, 1877. To them were born two sons, Edward L., and John L., both residents of Syracuse.  During the years of Mr. Davis residence in Pulaski was very active in Masonic circles and public affairs. He served as Master of Pulaski Lodge F. & A.M.; High Priest of Pulaski Chapter, R.A.M.; Commander of Lake Ontario Commandery No. 32, K.T., of Oswego. He was a life member of Media Temple, A.A.0.N.M.S., of Watertown, and of the Scottish rite bodies of Syracuse. He also served on the building committee of the Masonic Temple. He served the village as secretary of the board of education fqr several years, and on the water board.   Mr. Davis and family moved to Syracuse in April 1923- where he purchased a home at 359 Bruce street and lived there until his death. For years the family home in this village was at No. & Erie street.   Mr. Davis is survived by the widow and two sons, and one grandson, Paul, the son of Edward L.  The funeral was held from the family home in Syracuse last Friday forenoon and the remains brought to Pulaski in the afternoon where Masonic rites were held in Masonic Temple, Broad street. Burial in the family plot in Pulaski cemetery.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, May 30, 1928

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Ruth Potter Davis

Birth:   Mar. 21, 1903

Death:   Mar., 1996

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, March 8, 1996  Ruth Potter Davis, 92, of 7401 Lake St., died Sunday at Hallmark Nursing Center, Minoa, after a long illness. The spring funeral will be private. There will be no calling hours. Arrangements are with Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Surviving are two sons, John A. Jr., Beacon, and Richard P., Vero Beach, Fla., eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. A son, Capt. George Harold Davis, died before her. Born March 21, 1903, in Pulaski, daughter of William and Jessie Gilson Potter, she married John A. Davis on May 24, 1922, in Pulaski. Mr. Davis, former Oswego County welfare commissioner, died Aug. 14, 1967. Mrs. Davis was a member of Pulaski Congregational Church and Pulaski Chapter 157, Order of the Eastern Star. She was a state Republican committeewoman for Oswego County for 16 years.

Plot#  X-341A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317101

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Samuel Leigh  Davis

Birth:   1825

Death:   1887

Biography:

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Sophrona Johnson Davis

Birth:   1830

Death:   1893

Biography:

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Virginia Anne Hardie Davis

Birth:   Apr. 11, 1916

Death:   Feb. 26, 2002

Biography:

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William H  Davis

Birth:   Jan. 26, 1925

Death:   Jun. 22, 2008

Biography:

World War II Veteran Corporal United States Marine Corps

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Frederick “Bud”  Dawley

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 8, 2014

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  150750405

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Joann “Cherie” Littler Dawley

Birth:   Nov. 13, 1945

Death:   Aug. 12, 2015

Biography:

Joann “Cherie” Dawley, age 69, resident of Fulton for the past 17 years, formerly of Phoenix, passed away Wednesday at Morningstar Nursing Home in Oswego. Joann was born November 13, 1945 in Pulaski, the daughter of Harmon and Joann Killion Littler. She graduated from Pulaski High School in 1963, and she received a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from College Misericordia in Pennsylvania. Joann married Frederick “Bud” Dawley on August 27, 1966 and he passed away July 8, 2014. Surviving are two daughters, Traci (Charles) Fitch of Macedon and Lori Dawley of Cicero; one brother, Bruce Littler of Clay; three grandchildren, Jessie Pickreign, Carlie Fields and Caleb Fitch, and two great-grandsons, Dominick and Leilenn. She was predeceased by one son, Scott Petrie and one brother, George Littler. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Monday, August 17, at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from noon to 2 p.m. prior to the funeral.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Aug. 14 to Aug. 16, 2015

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  150750329

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Winfred M  Dawley

Birth:   1915

Death:   Jun., 2000

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, July 1, 2000  Winfred H. “Bud” Dawley, 85, of Springbrooks Apartments, Pulaski,died Thursday at Oswego Hospital. Born in Fulton, he attended Parish schools. He retired in 1980 as a welder with Stone Machinery Co., Pulaski. He also worked for Kaiser-Frasier car dealership and Franklin Chevrolet and AMC dealership, Pulaski. He was a former member and president of Ringgold Fire Department, Pulaski. Survivors: A son, Frederick D. “Bud” of Fulton; a brother, Louie of Pulaski; four grandchildren; several great-grandchildren. Services: Private. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  O-413G

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317102

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William C  Dean

Birth:   Jul. 29, 1920

Death:   Feb., 1986

Biography:

Plot#  O-165

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317103

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Edwin R  Deans

Birth:   1922

Death:   1984

Biography:

Plot#  R-66

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317105

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William “Billy”  Deans

Birth:   1957

Death:   Mar. 19, 1998

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, March 21, 1998  William E. “Bill” Deans, 41, of 16 Bridge St. died Thursday at home. Born in Syracuse, he lived in Pulaski many years. He was a 1975 graduate of Pulaski High School and a member of St. James Episcopal Church in Pulaski. He was a former Boy Scout and studied judo for several years. Surviving are his mother, Dorothy M. Deans of Pulaski; two sisters, Andrea J. Deans of Pulaski and Karen A. Deans of Alexandria, Va.; and several aunts and uncles. Services are 2 p.m. Sunday at St. James Episcopal Church. Spring burial is in Pulaski Cemetery, Pulaski.

Plot#  R-66

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317104

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Malvina  DeCorey

Birth:   1834

Death:   Oct. 6, 1899

Biography:

Jefferson County Democrat – Adams, Ny, Tuesday, October 17, 1899  —At the home of her son-in-law, Orlo Morey, Oct. 6th, occurred the death of Mrs. Stephen DeCorey. She had been a patient isufferer for several years and was nearly helpless for two years. God doeth all things well and bas taken her home where there will be no more suffering nor sorrow. The funeral was held at the church 8uuday. Rev. John Brill preached an exeettenE sermon from lCor. 15:53. Interment at Pulaski.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  148416090

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Stephen  DeCorey

Birth:   Jul. 14, 1833

Death:   Jan. 31, 1900

Biography:

1860 census.. kids lydia, alice… occupation shoe maker

Plot#  A-13

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148415886

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Melvina Payne DeCory

Birth:   1834

Death:   1899

Biography:

North Boylston  -At the home of her son-in-law, Orlo Morey, Oct 6th, occurred the death of Mrs. Stephen Decorey. She had been a patient sufferer for several years and was nearly helpless for two years. God doeth all things well and has taken her home where there will be no more suffering or sorrow. The funeral was held at the church Sunday, Rev. John Brill preached an excellent sermon from 1 Cor. 15:53. Interment at Pulaski.  Source: Jefferson County Journal, Oct 17, 1899 _______________________________________  We, the undersigned desire to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors who so kindly helped us during the sickness and death of our dear wife and mother.  S. DeCory, Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Morey Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Strate  Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 26, 1899

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128349904

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Stephen  DeCory

Birth:   1833

Death:   1900

Biography:

Son of Joseph Decory & Lydia Decory, brother of  Joseph  and  Archibald  DeCory ____________________________________  North Boylston  -Stephen DeCorey is on the sick list  Source: Jefferson County Journal,  Nov 7,  1899

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128349832

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Maryann  DeGal

Birth:   1971

Death:   1972

Biography:

Inscription: Baby

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16325374

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Ethel Bonney DeGraw

Birth:   1900

Death:   1977

Biography:

Plot#  X-713

Findagrave Memorial ID:  40420753

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Orlando “Mike”  D’Elia

Birth:   16925

Death:   Apr. 8, 2009

Biography:

Orlando “Michael” D’Elia, age 62, resident of Mannsville, died Wednesday at his home on County Route 89. He was a resident of Mannsville since 1998, previously living in Pulaski. Michael was born May 3, 1946 in Italy, the son of Antonio and Anna Leone D’Elia. He graduated from Henniger High School in 1965. He served in the United States Navy aboard the USS Enterprise from 1965 to 1967. He married Lynette Sweeney August 29, 1998. Michael served 25 years with the New York State Police retiring in 1998. During his time with the NYS Police, he served on the Drug Task Enforcement Agency, the BCI, and he also served as a U.S. Marshal. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Police and the Black Horse Chapter. Surviving: his wife, Lynette; three sons, Michael and Orlando D’Elia both of Fort Wayne, IN, and Justin D’Elia of Pulaski; one daughter, Amanda Wood of Pulaski; four brothers, Bernardo, John and Anthony D’Elia all of Syracuse, and Frank D’Elia of Anchorage, AK; three sisters, Ada Pistello, Flora Gilner, and Wanda Haupt all of Syracuse; three grandchildren, Michael Jr., Connor, and Logan and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Saturday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski with a burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday (today) at the funeral home. Donations may be made to Hospice of Jefferson County, 425 Washington Street, Watertown, NY 13601.    Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 4/10/2009

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  35740516

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Baby Girl  Delosh

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1977

Biography:

Plot#  X-501

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317107

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Frances  Denesha

Birth:   Oct. 27, 1914

Death:   Jan. 11, 1996

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, May 8, 1996  Frances F. Denesha, 81, Lancaster, Ohio, formerly of Pulaski, died Jan. 11 at the home of her sister. A graveside service will be held 11 a.m. Friday in Pulaski Cemetery, with her brother-in-law, the Rev. Everett Denesha of St. Raymond’s Church, Raymondville, officiating. Arrangements are with Taylor-Vida Funeral Home. Surviving are a son, Michael, Chicago, Ill.; a sister, Alice Thomas, Lancaster, and two grandchildren. Born Oct. 27, 1914, in Chicago, daughter of Leopold and Gizella Schoenman Frankel, she lived in Pulaski from 1954 to 1975, where she taught piano lessons for 20 years. She also was a piano teacher and musical instructor in Catholic schools in Lancaster, where she had lived since 1975. She married Stanley A. Denesha Sept. 28, 1942, in Norfolk, Va. The couple were communicants of the St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church. Mr. Denesha died Aug. 24, 1975. Mrs. Denesha was a communicant of St. Mark’s Catholic Church, Lancaster.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317108

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Mary  Dengler

Birth:   1847

Death:   2683

Biography:

possible  Mary Dengler   in the New York, State Census, 1905 Record Image View  Report issue  Name:  Mary Dengler Birth Year:  abt 1847 Birth Place:  Iceland Age:  58 Gender:  Female Race:  White Residence Year:  1905 Residence:  Manhattan, New York, New York, USA Relationship to Head:  Wife Assembly District:  34 Election District:  14 Household Members:   Name  Age Christian F Dengler  59 Mary Dengler  58

Plot#  A-32

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148486479

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Justina L.  Denny

Birth:   Dec. 17, 1988

Death:   Aug. 27, 2012

Biography:

Justina L. Denny, age 23, life resident of Pulaski, passed away Monday from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Justina was born December 17, 1988 in Oswego. She graduated from Pulaski High School in 2007. Justina served in the United States Army from 2007 until 2008. She was currently attending Jefferson Community College working towards an Associate’s Degree in Human Services. Justina was a wonderful mom who loved spending time with her children.  Surviving, her fiancé, Joshua McGrath, one son, Dakota Denny, two daughters JazMarie McGrath and McKenzie McGrath, her father, Timothy Denny and companion Kelly Groff of Pulaski, her mother, Sylvia Denny and companion Eric Calkins of Pulaski, three brothers, Timothy and Dustin Denny both of Altmar and Cayden Denny of Pulaski, three sisters, Taylor Denny of Richland, Nichole Denny of Pulaski and Baylee Denny of Pulaski, maternal grandmother, Heidi Luckette of South Carolina, step-maternal grandmother, Delores Terry of Pulaski, paternal grandparents, Donald and Donna Denny of Richland, and great paternal grandmother, Ida Zufelt of Richland.  Funeral Services will be held 10 a.m., Saturday, at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Donations may be made to Joshua McGrath, 3384 County Route 22, Richland, NY 13144, for the children of Justina Denny.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  96245711

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Albert Henry  Deremo

Birth:   1876

Death:   1966

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128375621

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Blanche Wakefield Deremo

Birth:   1883

Death:   1975

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128375660

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Hattie J. Philbrick Deremo

Birth:   1868

Death:   Apr. 20, 1927

Biography:

Following a brief illness Mrs. Hattie J. Philbrick Deremo, wife of William Edward Deremo, died at her home, Lake St., last Wednesday, April 20th. Mrs. Deremo had not been as well as common since January 1st but came with Mr. Deremo in their automobile, from Miami, Fla., where they spent the winter, about three weeks before her death. She stood the trip well but a fatal malady had developed and it was beyond medical skill to save her.   Mrs. Deremo was born in this town fifty-three years ago. She and her twin sister, who was the wife of Prof. Henry W. Williams and died two years ago, went to Lacona in early life, with their parents, where they resided. Mr. and Mrs. Deremo came to Pulaski several years ago and built the home on Lake St. They have spent their winters in Florida for some years and parts of the summer season at their cottage on Cranberry Lake.   Mrs. Deremo was of a very pleasant disposition and her friends found in her all the splendid qualities of a good friend. Mr. and Mrs. Deremo have lived close in their companionship, never separated except as the husband’s calling made separation at times necessary. The death has left a great void, and deep loneliness, in the home of her husband as they had no children. Mrs. Deremo leaves a half brother, Frank Sampson, of Pender, Neb., the only near relative of the family of her parents’ home.   Funeral services were conducted at the home, Saturday afternoon, at 2 o’clock, by Rev. E.H. Scott, pastor of the Methodist church. Burial was made in Pulaski cemetery.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, April 27, 1927

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  96423496

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William Edson  Deremo

Birth:   Dec. 5, 1862

Death:   Jun. 18, 1944

Biography:

June 21 1944 Sandy Creek News  William Edson Deremo, 81, died at his home in Pulaski Sunday noon, June 18, 1944. He had been in poor health for some years. He was the son of Edson J. and Melissa Philbrick Deremo and was born on a farm on the Hinman road in the town of Sandy Creek, Dec. 5, 1862. When a youth, he was a member of the old Life Saving Service, now the Coast Guard, and was stationed at Buffalo. Later he sailed the Great Lakes for some years. He He built a hotel on Cranberry Lake, and for a number of years conducted it. He was a life member and held a 50~year membership medal in Pulaski Lodge 415, F.& A. M. Surviving are his sister, Mrs. Emily Stewart, Pulaski; a brother, Albert H. Deremo, Miami, Fla., and four nephews. Funeral will be held at the home, privately, Wednesday, by Dr. Howard Deller, pastor of Congregational church. Burial will be in Pulaski cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  112931661

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Catherine  Derossi

Birth:   1912

Death:   1977

Biography:

Plot#  X-348B

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317109

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  1. DeSalvo

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 1, 1841

Biography:

Inscription: age 26 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339749

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Lewis Earl  Dewey

Birth:   1923

Death:   Apr. 27, 1987

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Tuesday, April 28, 1987  Lewis E. Dewey, 64, of Sandy Creek, died Monday at House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown. Mr. Dewey, who was born in Ripley, had owned a service station in Pulaski before retiring in 1984. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a retired member and former chief of the Ringgold Fire Department and a member of Robert Edwards Post 358, American Legion, Pulaski. Surviving are his wife, Carnell; two daughters, Susan Carr, of Buffalo, and Sandra Haynes, of Central Square; a brother, Lester, of Pulaski; a sister, Marilyn Bretz, of Olmstead Falls, Ohio; and nieces and nephews. Services are 10 a.m. Wednesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, the Rev. Earl Smith officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  X-224A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317110

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John J.  Deyo

Birth:   Sep. 18, 1960

Death:   Nov. 19, 2014

Biography:

John J. Deyo, age 54, formerly of Pulaski, passed away Wednesday in Lowville. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, November 25, at the Foster- Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street in Pulaski with burial in Pulaski Cemetery.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Nov. 22 to Nov. 23, 2014

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  139208893

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Jack B  Dickenson

Birth:   1936

Death:   1991

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  166081584

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Helen G.  Dickinson

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 30, 1905

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418815

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Jack Beach  Dickinson

Birth:   Jun. 27, 1936

Death:   Sep. 29, 1991

Biography:

Pulaski – Jack B. Dickinson, 55, of Springbrook Road, died Sunday, at Oswego Hospital.  Mr. Dickinson had been ill with cancer.  Services at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home.  Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   Calling hours from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.   Jack was educated at Belleville Central School.  He first married Jane Marie Ballou.  Their children were Tina Marie, and David Jack.  This marriage ended in divorce.  He married a second time to JoAnn Dunbar;  their children are Kevin, Kyle and Susan.  His wife JoAnn survives him.  Also surviving him are three sons, David, Sandy Creek, Kevin and Kyle both of Pulaski, and two daughters, Tina O’Connor and Susan Dickinson, both of Pulaski; two step-sons, Joseph and James Dunbar, both of Pulaski, two grandchildren, three brothers, James, Adams, Fred, Pierrepont Manor, and Jerry, Florida, and a sister, Joyce Rivers, Rochester.  Born June 27, 1936 in Lorraine, son of J. Arthur and Margaret Gardner Dickinson.  He also lived several years in Lacona and Adams before moving to Pulaski in 1976.  Mr. Dickinson was a construction worker on several area projects.

Plot#  O-415E

Findagrave Memorial ID:  131579380

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  1. Chester Dickinson

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 9, 1880

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418801

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  1. Grace Dickinson

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 28, 1880

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418808

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Carol Hilliker Didden

Birth:   Jun. 5, 1954

Death:   Aug. 16, 2014

Biography:

Carol Didden, 60, of Canastota, formerly of Camden, passed away Saturday, August 16, 2014, from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.  She was born June 5, 1954, in Rome, NY, a daughter of Henry ‘Monty’ L. and Joyce Keeney Hilliker.  Carol was a 1972 graduate of the Sandy Creek School District and was employed for over 40 years at International Wire in Camden, NY, presently as Personnel Manager.  She and her husband John resided in Canastota, NY, and she was a member of the Plymouth Alliance Church and the Alano Club.  Carol led a very active life with family and friends, spending a lot of time with her daughters and grandchildren.  Carol is survived by her husband John Didden, daughters, Erin & Eric Dorozynski, and Tara & Robert McMahan, step children, John Gabriel, III, Adriana, and Zakari Didden, grandchildren, Kendal Dorozynski, Jaina, Amelia, and Max McMahan, parents, Henry ‘Monty’ & Melva Hilliker, sisters, Ellen & John Turongian and Julie & Robert Stephenson, brother Frank & Sis Hilliker, step siblings, Michelle & David Craig, Timothy & Laurie Bulluck, Douglas & Cindy Bulluck, and Lisa & John Howland, and several nieces and nephews.  Carol was predeceased by her mother, Joyce Keeney Hilliker.  Funeral services will be held, 10:00 am, Friday, at the LaRobardiere Funeral Home, Inc. Graveside services will be in the Pulaski Village Cemetery at 12 noon Friday.    Added Aug. 18, 2014 at 3:05 p.m.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  134532736

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Nelson J.  DiGregorio Jr

Birth:   Sep. 15, 1950

Death:   Feb. 18, 2014

Biography:

Nelson J. DiGregorio, Jr. 63 of Mannsville and formerly of Oswego died Tuesday morning at the Rome Center Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was born in Syracuse and was the son of Nelson J. DiGregorio, Sr. and the late Shirley Wade DiGregorio. He had been employed for many years as a chef at the Char Pit Restaurant and several other restaurants in Oswego County. He was a member of the New York State Thoroughbred Racing Association, the US Trotting Association and was a licensed trainer and driver. In addition to his father he is survived by two brothers Joseph G. (Theresa) DiGregorio, of Oswego and Mark L. DiGregorio of Pulaski, three nephews, Michael E. DiGregorio, Mark L. DiGregorio, Nelson R. DiGregorio, three nieces, Katie DiGregorio, Jennifer DiGregorio and Crystal DiGregorio. Funeral services will be held 8:30AM Monday from the Dain-Cullinan Funeral Home and at 9:00AM in St. Joseph’s Church. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Village Cemetery. Calling hours Sunday 3-5PM at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to the ASPCA at www.aspca.org or Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute.  Published by The Funeral Home

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Shirley  Digregorio

Birth:   1926

Death:   Apr. 15, 2000

Biography:

Syracuse Herald American (NY) – Sunday, April 16, 2000  Shirley I. DiGregorio, 74, of 5272 Route 11,Pulaski,died Saturday at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center. Born in Erwin, N.C., she graduated from Erwin High School. She retired in 1976 after 20 years as co-owner of LaDonna Fashion, Baldwinsville, and worked 42 years for State Park Concessions at Fair Haven State Park and other area parks. She was a member of the Pulaski Business Women’s Association and the U.S. Trotters Association. She was a harness racer at Vernon Downs, Saratoga and Monticello for 25 years. Survivors: Her husband, Nelson J.; three sons, Joseph G. of Pulaski, Nelson J. Jr. of Mannsville and Mark L. of Fair Haven; a brother, Hobert L. Wade of Erwin, N.C.; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Services: 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at D.L. Calarco Funeral Home. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery

Plot#  P-226A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317112

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Augustus  Dillenbeck

Birth:   1842

Death:   Apr. 17, 1907

Biography:

Plot#  A-45

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148491334

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Betsey  Dillenbeck

Birth:   1796

Death:   1874

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339753

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Drissie Closen Dillenbeck

Birth:   Sep. 30, 1896

Death:   1981

Biography:

Mrs. Drissie Dillenbeck  PULASKI — Mrs. Drissie C. Dillenbeck, 84, of Springbrook Apartments died Monday morning at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown.  Born Sept. 30, 1896, at Akron, she was the  daughter of Frederick and Mary Hodgens Closen.  She graduated from Akron High School and Geneseo Normal School. She worked as a school teacher for many years at Pulaski Academy and Central School and later, at the high school in Central Square.  She married Ernest H. Dillenbeck, June 30, 1923. He served as chairman of the board at First National Bank of Central Square before his death May 15. 1968.   After retiring from teaching, Mrs. Dillenbeck moved to Pulaski in 1973. She was a member of Pulaski Chapter 159, Order of Eastern Star.  Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Mary Lou Demick of Cobleskill, and two grandchildren.  Services and burial will be at 11:30 a.m. today in Pulaski Cemetery, the Rev. Stanley E. Skinner officiating. Eastern Star services will be at 11 a.m. today at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski.   There will be no calling hours.  Source: Oswego County Messenger, 1981

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Henry  Dillenbeck

Birth:   1795

Death:   1868

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339752

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Isaac L.  Dillenbeck

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 17, 1887

Biography:

Inscription: age 73 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339750

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Joseph  Dillenbeck

Birth:   1831

Death:   Dec., 1855

Biography:

Plot#  A-44

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148490244

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Julia  Dillenbeck

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 5, 1894

Biography:

Inscription: wife of Isaac L. Dillenbeck, age 76 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339751

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Martha E.  Dillenbeck

Birth:   1855

Death:   Nov. 12, 1855

Biography:

Plot#  A-77

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148495610

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Simon Peter  Dillenbeck

Birth:   Apr. 4, 1817

Death:   Mar. 9, 1903

Biography:

Sandy Creek news., March 12, 1903, Page 8, Image 8

Plot#  A-77

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148495592

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William H.  Dillenbeck

Birth:   1834

Death:   Mar. 15, 1892

Biography:

Plot#  A-44

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148490008

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DeForest  Dingman

Birth:   Jul. 19, 1859

Death:   Mar. 13, 1931

Biography:

obit March 19, 1931 “Sandy Creek News”  DeForest Dingman, 72, died at his home on the North street road. Pulaski, at noon Friday, March 13, 1931.  He was taken ill Wednesday.  Mr. Dingman was born July 21, 1859 in the town of Orwell, son of Henry and Mary Dingman. He lived at his parents home and attended the local schools, until he entered business in Belleville and later in Lacona. About 18 years ago, he came to Pulaski and settled on the farm where he died.  He is survived by his widow, Emogene Dingman; a daughter, Mrs. Clarence Cooper, and a sister, Mrs. Richard Hare, all of Pulaski.  Services were held at the home at 2 p.m., Sunday, Rev. John W. Warren, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church here, officiating. Interment was in Pulaski cemetery. _______________ son of Henry P. Dingman and Mary C. Smith Dingman, (burials unknown)

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  114313486

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Emogene Johnson Dingman

Birth:   Oct. 29, 1859

Death:   Oct. 17, 1943

Biography:

obit Oct 19, 1943 “Pulaski Democrat”  Mrs. Emogene A. Dingman, 83, died Friday noon at the farm home in the North St. Rd. which she shared with her son-in-law, Clarence Cooper, after a long illness. She was born in Ellisburg, Oct. 29, 1859, daughter of John Q. and Clara Hawley Johnson. She married DeForest Dingman, who died some years ago. For some years, they lived at Woodville but she had lived in the vicinity of Pulaski for the past 35 years. She was a member of Congregational church.  A brother, Henry Johnson, of Belleville, is the only immediate survivor. Services were conducted at 2  p.m. Monday at the home by Rev Howard Deller.  Burial was in Pulaski cemetery. _______________

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Fredric B.  Dixon

Birth:   May 26, 1839

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Note: Husband of Mattie Best

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418248

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Mattie Best Dixon

Birth:   Sep. 13, 1853

Death:   Dec. 9, 1900

Biography:

Note: Wife of Fredric B. Dixon

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418258

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Nancy Pratt Dixson

Birth:   unknown

Death:   May 10, 1874

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339755

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Thomas W.  Dixson

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 22, 1887

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339754

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William Brainard  Dixson

Birth:   Aug. 27, 1833

Death:   4873

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339756

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Adelia Willis Doane

Birth:   1805

Death:   Jan. 15, 1879

Biography:

2nd wife of Josiah Doane. Interment date 18 Jan 1879. Age 74.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  54232810

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Audria Vorce Doane

Birth:   1809

Death:   Jun. 26, 1853

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  18472396

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Bernice Levi  Doane

Birth:   1819

Death:   Jun. 2, 1871

Biography:

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Capt Ira Wheeler  Doane

Birth:   Jun. 10, 1807

Death:   Oct. 1, 1904

Biography:

CAPT, DOANE DEAD. Aged and Highly Respected Citizen of Pulaski Passes Away—Had Held Many Public Offices  Pulaski, Sept 29.—In the death of Captain Ira Doane, which occurred at 10:80 u’clock last evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs Martha Potter, Pulaski loses one of its oldest and most highly respected citizens. Captain Doane had been in feeble health several months, but has been able to be about the house much of the time.  Captain Ira Doane, who was the son of John Doane, a soldier of the Revolutionary War, was born in Litchfieid, Herkimer County, June 10, 1807. With his parents he moved to Orwell, Oswego County, in 1821. A few years later he became a resident of Pulaski. In 1830 he married Audrea Vorce, and a few years ago he was married for the third time. His wife survives him. She has been an invalid for several and resides with her son, Charles Beeman of East Syracuse. Her condition has been critical several days, but faint hopes being entertained for her recovery.  For many years Captain Doane was engaged in farming. He was at one time a merchant in Pulaski and was also extensively engaged in lumbering. He has served with distinction in many public offics, being at one time President of the village, Collector, jailer and Under Sheriff of this County and was also inapector of customs in New York. In politics Captain Doane was a staunch Democrat. He voted for Andrew Jackson and had never missed voting for a Democratic President since that time.  Besidea his widow he is survived by the daughter at whose home he died, and a son, Helen  F. Doane. The funeral arrangements have not yet been completed  Source: Oswego Daily Times, Sept 29, 1904 ———————– FUNERAL OF CAPT. DOANE.  PULASKI. Oct. 3.—A large concourse of relatives and friends  attended the funeral services held over the remains of Capt Ira Doane, which were held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Martha Potter, in North st., Saturday afternoon. The Rev.  B. DeForest Snyder , pastor of the First Methodist church, officiated, and he also rendered an appropriate solo. A short time previous to his death Capt Doane gave explicit directions as to how his funeral and burial should be conducted, and in accordance with his expressed wishes the arrangements were carried out, the body  being placed in the casket resting upon its left side, and  the cane which he had carried nearly half a century was placed in the right hand. The casket, which was covered with plain black broadcloth, rested in the front parlor and placed upon it was a sheath of wheat and near by a floral sickle, while at the rear of the casket was a large wreath formed of autumn foliage. Interment was made in the Pulaski cemetery in the Doane plot, the body, being placed beside the graves of two of his wives. The pallbearers were Lafayette Erskine, Henry B. Clark, Dennis Austin and Ward E. Pierce  Source: THE SYRACUSE JOURNAL, MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1904.    (bio by:  Oh look, a chicken!)

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Charles  Doane

Birth:   Feb. 7, 1846

Death:   Jul. 27, 1849

Biography:

Son of C. & H.C. Doane. Aged 11 months 20 days.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431705

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Charles Avery  Doane

Birth:   Aug. 8, 1819

Death:   Jun. 14, 1847

Biography:

Note: Son of John and Lucy (Harmon) Doane

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  18472715

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Charlie  Doane

Birth:   1873

Death:   Feb. 20, 1874

Biography:

Plot#  A-75

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148495406

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Clara H.  Doane

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov. 15, 1854

Biography:

Note: Daughter of S. & S. Doane.  Aged 3 years 4 months

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16431756

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Diane D.  Doane

Birth:   1835

Death:   Mar. 5, 1855

Biography:

Plot#  A-43

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148489761

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Dr Harriet M  Doane

Birth:   1872

Death:   Mar. 11, 1940

Biography:

Daughter of George P and Margaret Lloyd Doane.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  123796643

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Ella Lovina Maltby Doane

Birth:   1847

Death:   1923

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  102359197

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Frederick A  Doane

Birth:   1945

Death:   1997

Biography:

Plot#  D-141

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317114

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George L.  Doane

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 19, 1874

Biography:

Son of G. P Doane  5months 6 days.

Plot#  A-43

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148489785

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George P.  Doane

Birth:   1828

Death:   Dec. 21, 1889

Biography:

Plot#  A-75

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148495485

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Harriett  Doane

Birth:   1829

Death:   Sep. 19, 1869

Biography:

Plot#  A-75

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148495458

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Helon F  Doane

Birth:   Jul. 27, 1843

Death:   Apr. 25, 1920

Biography:

Son of Ira Wheeler and Audria Vorce Doane  Co. B. 11 US I

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  68067352

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Henry G  Doane

Birth:   Mar. 1, 1836

Death:   Jun. 18, 1861

Biography:

Co A 35 NYV  Son of Ira and Audria Vorce Doane

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  68067565

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Joanna M. Weed Doane

Birth:   1793

Death:   Dec. 24, 1866

Biography:

Note: Wife of Simeon Doane

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  18472761

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John  Doane

Birth:   1760

Death:   Jan. 9, 1831

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  18472481

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Josiah  Doane

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 26, 1859

Biography:

Son of Anna Rising and Levi Doane(5), David Doane(4), David Doane(3), John Doane(2), Deacon John Doane(1).

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  18472806

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Julia Vorce Doane

Birth:   1810

Death:   May 13, 1889

Biography:

Note: Wife of Ira Wheeler Doane

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  18472363

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Margaret Lloyd Doane

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 24, 1919

Biography:

March 1919 Fulton Patriot  Doane—Died at the home of her daughter, Dr. Harriet M. Doane, corner Oneida and Third streets, March 24th, Mrs. Margaret Lloyd Doane, aged 84 years. She is survived by two daughters, Dr. Harriet M. Doane Fulton and -Mrs Charles K. Clark of Pulaski; two grand-daughters, Mrs T. A. Campbell of Pulaski and Mrs Willard Johnson of Syracuse. Funeral services were held at her late home Tuesday evening. The remains were taken to Pulaski this morning and interment will be made this afternoon in the village cemetery. The deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Lloyd, who came to this country from Wales. The family settled in the town of Richland at an early date, when Richland was sparsely settled and in her girlhood days and married life she has witnessed the development of the town of Richland and Oswego county. Mrs. Doane attended the Mexico academy, when that institution was one of the leading educational schools of the country. She graduated from the academy with honors and followed up her studies and researches, enlarging her faculties, until she was one of the leading women in educational lines.  For a woman of her advanced age she was unusually bright, with clear mind and vision until her last illness.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  102358363

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Sidney T.  Doane

Birth:   Dec. 9, 1848

Death:   Dec. 19, 1900

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  102359109

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Simeon  Doane

Birth:   Aug. 24, 1785

Death:   Aug. 19, 1866

Biography:

Note: Son of Levi and Anna (Rising) Doane

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  18472733

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Sylvina Wheeler Doane

Birth:   1767

Death:   Sep. 12, 1844

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  18472675

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Ruth  Dobson

Birth:   1912

Death:   1988

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, April 14, 1988  Ruth E. Dobson, 75, Lehigh Road, died Wednesday at the home of her son, Clyde Dobson. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, with Rev. Virgil H. Hager, pastor of the Sandy Creek Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Surviving besides her son are a brother, Roswell Hildreth, Tucson, Ariz., four grandsons and six great-grandchildren. Born in Harrisville on May 28, 1912, daughter of Frank and Bertha Carkey Hildreth, she attended Harrisville schools and married Clyde Dobson Nov. 16, 1929. The couple lived in Harrisville and Carthage before moving to Pulaski in 1962. Mr. Dobson died in October 1978. Mrs. Dobson had been employed by Syracuse China, Syracuse, the Pulaski Bakery and the Scanlon Bakery, Harrisville. death DOBSON – In Pulaski, April 13, 1988, Ruth E. Dobson, 75, Lehigh Road, Pulaski. Funeral Saturday, 10 a.m., Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317115

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Betsey Goit Dodge

Birth:   Nov. 26, 1817

Death:   Apr. 30, 1888

Biography:

Mrs. Betsey Gott Dodge, wife of Chas. C.  Dodge, was born in Madison Co., N.Y. Nov. 26, 1817. She was married to Chas. C. Dodge, of the town of Richland, Oswego Co., by the Rev. Ralph Robinson, June 3, 1841. She died in Pulaski, April 30, 1888, of bronchial consumption. She leaves a devoted husband and four dutiful sons, who feel their loss in a marked degree, and cherish her memory with grief, acquiescence and hope; with grief, because bereft of her cheerful, social, dutiful and inspiring presence. Her companionable and maternal qualities endeared her to us. With acquiescence, for we would humbly submit to the dispensation of Divine evidence, believing our loss to be her gain; with hope, for she confided in Jesus and in Him alone for forgiveness of sin, and for eternal salvation, and passed the trying ordeal with such resignation and calm, unfaltering, heroic trust that aasured us that all was well. Her qualities were largely shared and receipted by relatives, friends and neighbors, while her sympathetic heart ever responded to the sorrowing, the suffering and the needy  Source: Pulaski Democrat, May 17, 1888 _____________________________  Born in Smithfield, Madison Co., NY

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16419083

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Charles Clark “Chester”  Dodge

Birth:   Jul. 31, 1817

Death:   Mar. 26, 1895

Biography:

-Chester C. Dodge, an aged and respected resident of this village, died yesterday. He was the father of Dwight J. Dodge, a well known merchant of Pulaski. Additional particulars will be given next week  Source: Pulaski Democrat, March 27, 1895 _________________________________  DODGE—In Pulaski, NY-March 26th, 1895, Charles C. Dodge, aged 78 years  Source: Sandy Creek News, April 4, 1895 __________________________________  Kind Words About A Pulaski Family  EXCELSIOR, Minn., April 17, ’95.   MR. EDITOR: I saw in the DEMOCRAT of April 3rd, the notice of the death of Mr. Charles C. Dodge. I had the pleasure of  being intimately acquainted with him, as I worked for him on his farm some twenty-five years ago. AndI will say that more honorable and kind hearted people it has never been my pleasure to meet. John and William were then small boys and, of course, were at home. During the time I lived with the family I don’t think I ever heard a cross or unkind word pass between them. That is saying a great deal, but it is true. Although wealth and elegance may not exist, yet it is a beautiful home where mutual love and respect rules as it did in that of Mr. Charles Dodge.   F.E. WALWORTH.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, April 24, 1895

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16419075

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Charles J.  Dodge

Birth:   Jul. 28, 1876

Death:   Jun. 16, 1951

Biography:

  1. J. Dodge Dies; Former Resident Charles J. Dodge, 74, former businessman of Pulaski, of 708 Vine st., Liverpool, died in a Syracuse hospital Saturday, June 16, following an accident in front of his home the previous Tuesday, when he was struck down by an auto, causing a fracture of the skull.   Funeral services were conducted from the Maurer funeral home in Liverpool Wednesday at 10 a. m. and interment made in the Pulaski cemetery.   Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Carrie H. Dodge; two daughters, Mrs. Louis (Agnes) Dodge, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Dorothy D. Clark, Liverpool; one sister, Mrs. William R. Box, Watertown: and two grandchildren.   Mr. Dodge was born in Pulaski, July 28, 1876, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight C. Dodge, and received his education in the Pulaski schools. In 1911 he built the block on Salina st. now occupied by Sweet’s Super Market, where he conducted a general grocery and hardware store until about 1921, when he sold to James Acker. He then moved to Cicero.   He conducted a feed store in Cicero for about two years and then moved to Liverpool where he operated a similar business until his retirement about 10 years ago.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, June 21, 1951

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Chester  Dodge

Birth:   Apr. 13, 1788

Death:   Apr. 14, 1871

Biography:

In Richland, Friday; April 14th, Chester Dodge, aged 88 years  and l day. The deceased was one of the oldest residents of this town.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, April 20, 1871

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Delia Smith Dodge

Birth:   Jul. 30, 1851

Death:   Feb. 8, 1940

Biography:

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Dwight C.  Dodge

Birth:   Aug. 21, 1845

Death:   Feb. 5, 1932

Biography:

He operated a grocery store in Pulaski.  Husband of Delia Smith, married on Sept 15, 1860.

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Elizabeth Lamb Dodge

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar., 1899

Biography:

PULASKI  Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Dodge.   Pulaski. March 12.—The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Lamb Dodge, widow of Charles Dodge, whose death occurred on Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H.L. Hull, East Fayette street, Syracuse, was held at the First M.E. church at 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. Charles H. Guille officiating. Deceased was 65 years of age and a former resident of Pulaski. The bearers were William K. Lamb, Thomas Lamb, Harry Lamb and Ward Lamb. The remains were interred in the Pulaski cemetery. Mrs. Dodge had been in feeble health for  upward of three years, and was confined to her room about five weeks previous to her death.   Source: The Post Standard, Syracuse NY, March 14, 1899

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George Worden  Dodge

Birth:   Aug. 19, 1842

Death:   Nov. 1, 1916

Biography:

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John N.  Dodge

Birth:   unknown

Death:   May 21, 1864

Biography:

Note: Aged 27 years, 9 months & 12 days

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Lura Lighthall Dodge

Birth:   1863

Death:   1959

Biography:

Lura Lighthall Callahan Dodge, 96, died recently in a nursing home in Lakeland, Florida.   The former Pulaski resident is survived by a son, John Callahan, of Lakeland; four grandchildren and several greatgrandchildren. She is also survived by one brother, Noel Lighthall, Pulaski, and several nieces and nephews.   She was member of the Church of Christ in Richland and was a former member of  the Pulaski Grange.   She was the former owner and operator of the Theater Diner  in Pulaski.   Memorial services will be held by family members in Pulaski at the time of burial.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, Oct 28 1989 ___________________________________  Sister of  E. Wayne ,  Leona ,  Noel  &  Lawson  Lighthall.

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Lura  Dodge

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1989

Biography:

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Lydia Nichols Dodge

Birth:   Feb. 23, 1754

Death:   Mar. 17, 1826

Biography:

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Martha Cone Dodge

Birth:   Mar. 22, 1792

Death:   Apr. 3, 1888

Biography:

Daughter of Ruth Cone, from Middlefield, Conn.

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Olive Lorette Jones Dodge

Birth:   Aug. 22, 1842

Death:   Apr. 15, 1916

Biography:

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William  Dodge

Birth:   Sep. 5, 1758

Death:   Mar. 17, 1826

Biography:

William Dodge, who served in the Revolutionary war, came to the town of Rodman with his family in 1803, and settled on a tract of wild land on road 11. He brought with him a horse, a yoke of oxen, and two cows. At the time of his settlement here fish and game prevailed in abundance, and trout and salmon were caught in large numbers from the brook running close by his house. Mr. Dodge assisted in organizing the first Congregational society in Rodman, of which church he was an active member. He and wife both died in Richland, Oswego County. They had eight children, namely: Abigail, John, Lydia, Chester, Sylvester, Clarissa, Fanny, and Polly, all of whom are dead. Sylvester Dodge, son of William, was born in 1788. He married in 1810, Margaret, daughter of John and Abigail McChesney, of Rupert, Vt., and settled on the old homestead. He always resided in this town, and was a deacon in the Congregational Church and was a much respected citizen. He was accidentally killed in 1854 by being thrown from his carriage. His wife died in 1865. Their children were Abigail, Lydia P., John D., William S., James S., Gilbert S., and Franklin L. William S. Dodge, who was born June 25, 1820, married Cynthia, daughter of Samuel Ballard, of Watertown. In 1854, and settled on the farm where he now resides. His children are Charles P., of Adams, Ward S., Minnie G., and Melvin Gilbert, the latter a student in Hamilton College. Mr. Dodge has been a justice of the peace for eight years.   Source: Child’s Gazetteer of Jefferson County NY.  *Thank you to  Little Macomber  for providing this information

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John  Doe

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Sep. 4, 1914

Biography:

Young unknown adult male thought to be Russian, aged  20 to 30 years, with a light complexion.  He was found dead along the railroad tracks in Daysville, having been struck by the evening N.Y.C. & H.R.R.R. train from Oswego.  There was no identification with the body, only $135 in cash and a Catholic prayer book.  He was well dressed in a good suit of brown clothes.  Coroner Leroy F. Hollis instructed he be buried in the Pulaski cemetery after a search turned up no clue as to his name.  He was eventually listed as “John Doe” by the local court and his belongings were eventually given to the funeral directors.  Sources:   Oswego Daily Times, Sept 9 1914  The Pulaski Democrat, Sept 9 1914  The Pulaski Democrat, Apr. 12, 1916

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John Bernard  Dolan

Birth:   Feb. 2, 1896

Death:   May, 1929

Biography:

When his parents died, he was taken in by Uncle  Joseph Clark   news article The Pulaski Democrat., December 04, 1918, Page 1, Image 1

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Patrick  Dolan

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Died before 1929, dug up from old cemetery part and reburied on aug 28 1929 father of john bernard dolan

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Kristine Marie  Doud

Birth:   1975

Death:   1975

Biography:

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George W.  Douglas

Birth:   Jan. 1, 1856

Death:   Aug. 19, 1924

Biography:

GEORGE W. DOUGLAS  Head of Pulaski Natural Gas Plant – Recently Retired from Hardware Business  Mr. George W. Douglas, one of our leading citizens, came to this town forty-nine years ago, when his father, the late Rev. James Douglas, D.D., became paster of the Congregational church of this village. Mr. Douglas attended the Pulaski Academy and graduated from that institution in 1874, then prepared to enter Oberlin College, but poor health prevented him going on with his plans.   Mr. Douglas entered the hardware business when he was ready to begin a business career which was in 1879 and continued in that business until March first, 1913, when he was succeeded by T. Alexander Campbell. Eleven years ago, when the Tollner estate was about to dispose of the Pulaski Natural Gas plant, Mr. Douglas purchased the plant and is now treasurer and manager of the same. Under his managment the plant has been improved and since his retirement from business he has fitted up a fine office for the gas company’s use in the Froude block.   From his early life Mr. Douglas has taken an active part in the affairs of the Congregational church. He has served as trustee, superintendent of the Sunday school and is now one of the board of deacons, which office he has held for many years.  In village affairs Mr. Douglas has always maintained a lively interest, having served on the board of trustees, the  school board and has beau a member of the cemetery board for twenty-five years, during which time he has a MM that Pulaski cemetery grounds and property very much modernised and improved for which improvements he has always been an earnest advocate.   Mr. Douglas has never been a politicial enthusiast, in the sense of seeking office but he has stood firm with the Republican party in his vote and influence.   The Douglas home in Jefferson avenue is one of the interesting places of our village and has been an attractive feature of the avenue. A great change is being made in the buildings. The home is soon to be set in the center of one  of the most desirable lots in the village, by removing the same a short distance to the north. The landscape artist will have ample opportunity to make his work tell on the spacious grounds surrounding Mr. Douglas’s home, in which,  when completed Mr. and Mrs. Douglas will possess a place of comfort and convenience baring few if any superiors in this part of the state.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, May 21, 1913 ______________________________________  PROMINENT PULASKI CITIZEN PASSES AWAY  Mr. George W. Douglas Ill for Many Months  Tuesday morning, August 19, at a few minutes after seven o’clock, word came from the Douglas home, Jefferson Avenue, that the head of the  home, Mr. George W. Douglas, had fallen asleep and was at rest from the long months of suffering which had been his to eiidure. His death was not a surprise to those close to him for death has been the inevitable event looked for and it was known that it could not be averted for everything in the realm of medical science had been done for the relief of the sufferer but to no permanent avail. Mr. Douglas began to decline nearly two years ago and found it impossible to get back to his normal health.  George W. Douglas was the son of Rev. Dr. James Douglas and was born at Rutland, Jefferson County, in 1856. His father was pastor of a church there but came here, to Pulaski, when George was a boy, and here the Doctor served as pastor of Pulaski Congregational church for eighteen-years. George grew up in this community and when a voting man took as his wife Miss Mary Curry, who survives him. He was a student of Pulaski Academy and was graduated from that institution  in the early seventies and went away to get further education in a higher school of learning at Williams College and business college in Boston. He came back and in due time embarked in a hardware business which he conducted until, he acquired the Pulaski Gas & Oil Co. which occupied his business attention for some twenty years.   Mr. Douglas was a member of Pulaski Congregational church from his youth. He served for many years as superintendent of the Sunday School, was on the board of trustees and has been a member of the board of deacons during a long period.   Mr. Douglas was a director of the Peoples National Bank. He was president of Pulaski Merchant’s Association and in other capacities he served public life in the village.  Funeral service will be held from the home tomorrow, at three o’clock, Rev. William Elliot Griffis, D.D., will officiate. The active bearer will be Messrs. Harry A. Moody, F.M. Moore, W.J. Peat, F.L. Burdick, F.G. Whitney and Irving G. Hubbs and the pall bearers will be Messrs. B.G. Seamans, Herbert W. Damon, Norman E. Woods and Merton L. Bennett.   Business places will be closed during the funeral  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Aug 20, 1924

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Mary Jane Curry Douglas

Birth:   Jun. 10, 1885

Death:   Jan. 25, 1938

Biography:

Mrs. G.W. Douglas Succumbs To Injuries   Funeral Friday Afternoon    Mrs. Mary Curry Douglas, widow of George W. Douglas, died at her home on Jefferson street, last evening about 5 o’clock from the result of injuries suffered in a fall last Thursday afternoon.   Mrs. Douglas was born in Whitby, Ont., Canada, June 9, 1853, the daughter of John and Sarah Curry.   She came to Pulaski with her parents when a child of six and has since resided here. Her father, a native of Scotland, died here October 2, 1891, and her mother who continued her residence here in the Curry home on Furnace street, passed away March 23, 1916.   Her husband was a prominent business man in this village for many years. In his early business career he owned and managed a hardware store, later establishing a woodworking factory, continuing his hardware business. In 1904 he purchased the controlling interest in the Pulaski. Gas & Oil Co. and took over its active management which he continued until his death August 19, 1924. At the time of his death he  was, a director of the Peoples National bank and president of the Pulaski Merchants Association.   After her husband’s death Mrs. Douglas continued the operation of the Gas & Oil business until some six or seven years ago when she sold the business to a group of Binghamton financiers Mrs. Douglas was an able business  woman and carried on her business affairs successfully until the end.   She was a faithful and active member of the Congregational  church of this village, the Women’s Civic club, and a former  member of the Monday Historical club, and was prominent, in society circles.  Last Thursday Mrs. Douglas was attending a luncheon party at the home of Mrs. F. W. Crocker on Lake street, being given in honor of Miss Marguerite Morrow~of Tucson, Ariz., a house guest at the Crocker home. She was about to leave and had gone up stairs for her wraps when she fell down the entire flight She received serious back and body injuries including several broken ribs. Dr. A.B. Thompson was called from his home across the street.   Later Dr. Harwood Hollis of Lacona was called to take X-Ray pictures, and Dr. Roscoe Severence of Syracuse, a bone specialist was also called into consultation.  She remained at the Crocker home until Saturday when she was removed to her own home.   A cousin, Mrs. M. A. Wurm of Toronto, Canada, was notified of the accident and came to Pulaski and was with Mrs. Douglas until her death. Surviving are two second cousins, Mrs. Wurm and Miss Jean E. Carroll, also another cousin, Hugh Wurm, the son of Mrs, M. A. Wurm, all of Toronto.   The funeral will be held at the home Friday afternoon at 3 o’clock, with burial in the family plot in Pulaski cemetery. Other funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Jan 26, 1938

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Mary Jane Burt Douglas

Birth:   Aug. 25, 1826

Death:   Sep. 27, 1924

Biography:

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Rev James  Douglas

Birth:   May 7, 1823

Death:   Apr. 11, 1891

Biography:

Obituary   Died, very suddenly, of heart failure, at Oberlin, Ohio April 11th, 1891, Rev. James Douglas, D.D.,LL, aged 68 years.   On Wednesday last, the startling intelligence came by telegraph to the family of the Rev. Dr. Douglas that he was seriously ill, and summoning them to his bedside, Mrs. Douglas and G.W. Douglas, his son, took the first train aud were with the beloved husband aud father to the end, which came, as above announced, on Saturday last, at 11:30 a.m.   The deceased was one of our most prominent, highly respected and leading citizens. His sudden and unexpected demise has come like a thunder bolt from a clear sky snd has greatly saddened our entire community. James Douglas was born at Franklin, N.Y., May 7th, 1828. He was the youngest son of Judge Amos and Mirriam Wright Douglas. His college entrance course was taken at the Delaware Literary Institute, in Franklin, in this atate. Iu 1846 he graduated from Hamilton College with the highest honors of his class, taking his masters’s degree, A.M., in course. His school studies were completed at Auburn Theological Saminary in the year 1849, and he fairly won the reputation of being the finest scholar the Instllution ever sent cut. Soon after this and the earns year, he was elected Professor of the Latin and Greek languages in Genesee College. This position he resigned in 1868 and accepted a call from the First Congregations church in Rutland, Jefferson oounty, N.Y., and that same year, on Sept. 14th, was married to Mary Jane Burt, of Ithaca, N.Y., who with two children, Geo. Wm. Douglas and Mrs. Ellen D. Huntington, all of this village, survives him. In 1864, the deceased accepted a call from tha First Congregational Church of Pulaski, and although afterwards called to the Stone street church, of Watertown, and also to the church at Camden, he continued to act as a pastor of the Pulaski church until the year of 1882, when increasing age and ill health compelled him to resign.   Mr. Douglas’ pastorate of all those years here was a most successful one, and his many kind offices both as pastor and as family counsellor and friend have greatly endeared him to all our people and he will be missed as perhaps no other resident of the village oould be. It was during his long pastorate in Pulaski and largely through his efforts that the present elegant and substantial church was built and paid for.   Since his retirement from active pastoral work, he has continued to reside in Pulaski. During this time his service have been in active demand, not only at the bedside of the sick and at the burial of the dead, but also at the social gatherings and at the family wedding feasts as officiating clergyman. He has a was generously responded to these call and many a time has he officiated at funerals and at cemetery services when his health was seriously jeopardized there. We believe that his life has been shortened by his self forgetful and kindly offices thus frequently rendered. During his latter period of his life, Dr. Douglas has been engaged in religions and philosophical studies, and numerous articles in these and kindred subjects from his pen have appeared in the Bibliothsoa Sacra and the Methodist Review. During the last three years he has delivered before the students of Oberlin Theological Sam nary, of Oberlin, Ohio, courses of lectures on “Comparative religion” and “The Relation of Science and Religion.”    It was while at Oberlin delivering a course of lectures on “Comparative Religion” that he was attacked by bronchial pneumonia and died, after a brief illness, in the presence of his wife and son and twin brother, Dr. George Douglas, of Oxford. Two sisters also survive him, Mrs. Harriet Clark, of Philadelphia, PA, and Mrs. Juliet Buckley, of Unadilla, N.Y.   The remains, accompanied by the sorrowing friends, arrived in Pulaski on Tuesday morning, and the funeral services were held in the Congregational church at two o’clock, p.m., conducted by President Ballantine, D.D., of Oberlin College and Professor G.F. Wright, D.D., L.L.D., of Oberlin Theological Seminary, assisted by Rev. A.N. Raven, pastor of the church. Rev. Curtis also mads appropriate remarks.   The large auditorium was filled with an audience deeply in sympathy with the family and immediate friends and relatives of the deceased. Loving hands had supplied a profusion of most beautiful flowers, tastefully arranged in appropriate designs. The selections by the choir were also especially appropriate to the solemn occasion.   A noble Christian gentleman has gone out from us into the blessed rewards of heaven, but his example and teachings remain forever, and will bear a glorious fruitage.   At the funeral and as a part of the services, Hon. N.B. Smith, clerk of the Board of Trustees, read the following:   At a meeting of the trustees of the Congregational church and society of Pulaski, held on Monday evening, April 13th, the following minute and resolutions in memory of the Rev. James Douglas were adopted and entered in the church records:   The recent death of the Rev. James Douglas, who was for so many years the much esteemed and faithful pastor of our church and society has awakened feelings of deep regret and sorrow not only among his personal friends and the members of his former congregations, but also among the citizens and people of it classes in this community.   Mr. Douglas became pastor of this church in 1864 and for a period of 18 years discharged the duties of his pastorate with conspicuous ability and the devotion to duty. Though his pastorate duties were laborious and exacting, Dr. Douglas took a deep interest in the public and social affairs and educational interests of our village. He was president of our village board of education for a number of years and was often called upon to deliver lectures and addresses on public occasions and before our schools and academy. In the performance of these duties he displayed unusual ability and conscientious fidelity. He never appeared in the pulpit or in the social meetings of the church except after diligent study and most critical and painstaking preparation and all his public addresses evinced great learning aad research and a complete mastery of his subject. When his retirement from active ministerial work he found much delight in the study and investigation of scientific and philosophic subjects, and was engaged just prior to his last illness in giving a course of lectures before the students of Oberlin Theological Seminary. To the older member of this church and those who were closed associated with him in building our preset t church edifice und ia the work 11 his early ministry here the intelligence of his sudden death was from his home and family, has come with a painful and peculiar sadness. Our t>e&uti I Jul liuuae of worship was erected largely through his indhidaal efforts, and in order to relieve the church from all indebtedness incurred in its erection, he freely donted his whole salary as pastor for one year. His great love for this church was manifested in so many ways and his deep interest in its temporal and spiritual was fare while our pattor, no works can fitly or fully portray. He devoted to our service and to the cause of morality, education and religious culture among our people, the best years of his mature manhood, and of his ripe intellectual and Christian character, and when his voluntary resignation was tendered at the close of his active ministerial labors, it was accepted with feelings of deep regret and sorrow. But his life work among this people is over, aud it only remains for us who remain to place on record some alight testimonial to show our regard for his high Christian character, his attainments as a scholar, thinker and writer and our grateful appreciation and remembrance of his long, faithful and substantial service as our pastor and religious teacher.   It is therefore:  RESOLVED, That we tender to the widow and children of the deceased, the assurance of our sympathy and of our sorrow with them in the great affliction and loss which they have sustained, and that we will strive to measure up and prove by the many lessons which his life of faithful serv

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Anna Price Douglass

Birth:   Jun. 10, 1815

Death:   Sep. 6, 1889

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Isaac Price  Douglass

Birth:   Jun. 29, 1834

Death:   Jan. 7, 1899

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Martha Jane Moody Douglass

Birth:   Jun. 11, 1840

Death:   Aug. 24, 1911

Biography:

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Volney  Douglass

Birth:   Apr. 14, 1810

Death:   1866

Biography:

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Martha  Dow

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 10, 1864

Biography:

Inscription: age 50 yrs

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Madalyn  Dowell

Birth:   1905

Death:   1987

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, July 8, 1987  Madalyn B. Dowell, 82, of Deerfield Apartments died Tuesday at Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital, Syracuse. A native of Adams, Mrs. Dowell lived here since 1984. She also lived in Syracuse, Redfield and Sandy Pond. She owned and operated the Redfield Hotel from 1962 until her retirement in 1970. Surviving are two daughters, Gladys Killam of Pulaski and Dorothy Lee of Richardson, Texas; three grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, the Rev. Earl Smith officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

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Erin Kathleen  Doyle

Birth:   Mar. 10, 1968

Death:   Mar. 11, 1968

Biography:

Little Erin died of crib death syndrome before leaving the hospital.  She was the 2nd of 3 children of John M. & Patsy (Seeley) Doyle of Pulaski.

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John Michael “Jack”  Doyle

Birth:   Mar. 30, 1938

Death:   Feb. 7, 2011

Biography:

John Michael “Jack” Doyle Jr., 72, a resident of Perry Hill Road in the Town of Oswego, passed away Monday, at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse. Mr. Doyle was born Oswego, the son of the late Tpr. John M. Doyle Sr. and Cecilia (Fanning) Doyle. He was a graduate of Oswego High School the New York State Police Academy. From 1962 to 1994, he served with the New York State Police as a trooper and hostage negotiator, retiring in 1994 as a Senior Investigator. From 1995 to 2011, following his retirement from the NYS Police, he was employed as an investigator with the Oswego County District Attorney’s office. From 1959 to 1962, Mr. Doyle served as a patrolman with the Oswego City Police Department. From 1957 to 1959, he served with the New York State National Guard. Mr. Doyle was a member of St. John’s Church in Pulaski. He was one of the founders of the Haldane Community Center in Pulaski. He is survived by his wife, Patsy (Seeley) Doyle of Oswego; a daughter, Erin Patricia Doyle of Liverpool; and a son, Shawn Patrick Doyle of Pulaski. He was predeceased by a daughter, Erin Kathleen Doyle, who died in 1968; and a brother, Tpr. William Gary Doyle, who died in 1967. Memorial services will be held at 11:00am Saturday, in St. Mary’s Church, Oswego. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 4:00 to 8:00pm Friday, at the Dain-Cullinan Funeral Home, 112 East Second Street in Oswego. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Oswego Ancient Order of Hibernians, 22 Munn St., Oswego, NY 13126; or to the Rural and Migrant Ministry, 15 Stewart Street, PO Box 192, Richland, NY 13144.   Published by The Funeral Home.

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Catherine  Duffy

Birth:   1828

Death:   Mar. 13, 1891

Biography:

Plot#  A-29

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148485759

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Adelle Perry Dunbar

Birth:   May, 1853

Death:   Feb. 12, 1931

Biography:

Last Wednesday evening occurred the marriage of Miss Adelle Perry to Maurice L. Dunbar, at the home of the bride, by Rev. Campbell, of the M.E. church. The wedding was very quiet, only a few of the relatives of the bride being present  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Aug 21, 1895 __________________________________________________  One of our best known residents, Mrs. Adell Dunbar passed away Thursday at the home of Mrs. DeWolf of Castors Corners where she was being cared for. She was one of the faithful members to attend the M.E. church as long as her health permitted acting as its treasurer for 14 years and as the books were passed on to her successor she placed her hand on her back and said, “May God bless you in your work.” Such lives are not dead, they have just crossed the bar to a greater realm of living. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the home of her nephew, Mr. Fred Rich and conducted by Rev. Gould. Interment in Pulaski Cemetery.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Feb 14, 1931 ______________________________________  MRS. ADELLE DUNBAR, 77  Mrs. Adelle Dunbar, 77, widow of Maurice Dunbar, died at the  home of Mrs. Anna DeWolfe Thursday evening, February 12. She had been cared for at the DeWolfe home during her illness this winter.   Mrs. Dunbar suffered a fractured hip as a result of of a fall in April, 1930. She was removed to to Ideal Rest hospital at Orwell for treatment following which she spent the remainder of last summer with her niece, Mrs. Herman Pratt, Lacona.  Mrs. Dunbar was born at Fernwood May, 1853, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Perry and spent practically all her life, until her recent illness, in Fernwood. During her residence in that village she was active in the Methodist Episcopal church, and was treasurer of that institution for 14 years. She also took great interest in the Ladies Aid society of the church and was a member of South Richland  Grange.  She is survived  by two nieces, Mrs. Herman Pratt of Lacona and Mrs. Walter Weeden of Fernwood, and three nephews, Fred Eieh and Ernest Perry of Fernwood and Jesse Burdick of Pulaski.   Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock at the home of Fred B. Rich, Fernwood, with the Rev. Arthur T. Gould, pastor of the Fernwood Methodist Episcopal church, officiating. Burial in Pulaski cenietery.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Feb 16, 1931

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432766

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Ann H.  Dunbar

Birth:   1812

Death:   1881

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432793

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Anna J.  Dunbar

Birth:   1844

Death:   1894

Biography:

The remains of Mrs. M. L. Dunbar, of South Richland, were deposited in Pulaski cemetery yesterday. She was a member of the Woman’s Relief Corps of this village and a delegation  of Pulaski ladies attended the funeral, which was held at her late residence. An entire community is in mourning over their loss. Mrs. Dunbar was a superior woman.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Aug 8, 1894 ______________________________________  Memorial  Resolutions of respect for Mrs. Anna J. Dunbar:   The dark shadow has crossed the threshold of Morris L. Dunbar and taken his dear companion who has answered the call of the Great Commander and entered into rest.   Resolved, It is with the deepest sorrow that we, the Woman’s Relief Corps, No. 127, of Pulaski, N.Y., do acknowledge the divine hand in the removal of our dear sister from our midst and from the family in which she was so fondly endeared. Although she had been with us but a few short months, we feel we have lost a good sister and extend sympathy to the bereaved husband and family.   Resolved, That as a token of respect our charter be draped in mourning for the next thirty days.   Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be given the husband; that they be placed on our record and published in the PULASKI DEMOCRAT.   HELEN M. BOX,  CALLISTA A. BURCH,  ADDIE W. CLARK,   * Committee.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Aug 22, 1894

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432763

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Hirom B.  Dunbar

Birth:   1814

Death:   1843

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432788

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Maurice L.  Dunbar

Birth:   Jul. 4, 1841

Death:   Oct. 7, 1908

Biography:

Last Wednesday evening occurred the marriage of Miss Adelle Perry to Maurice L. Dunbar, at the home of the bride, by Rev. Campbell, of the M.E. church. The wedding was very quiet, only a few of the relatives of the bride being present  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Aug 21, 1895 __________________________________  PULASKI  DEATH OF A VETERAN  Maurice L. Dunbar the Victim of a Stroke of Paralysis.   Pulaski. Oct 8.—Maurice L. Dunbar, who was stricken with paralysis about a week ago, passed away yesterday noon at his home in Fernwood Mr. Dunbar was born in this village July 4th, 1841.   After serving three years in the Civil war, a member of the 110th regiment New York Infantry, he received an honorable discharge and returned to his native town, following the trade of a blacksmith here and in other parts of the country. For a number of years previous to hla death he had been engaged in business at Fernwood and was a member of the Methodist church at that place. He was also a member of Post Butler, G.A.R. of Pulaski. His widow survives. The funeral will be held at the family home at Fernwood to-morrow at noon. Burial will be  made at Pulaski cemetery  Source: The Syracuse Herald, Oct 3, 1908

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432758

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Walter E.  Dunbar

Birth:   1884

Death:   1884

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432813

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Willard H.  Dunbar

Birth:   1843

Death:   1846

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432798

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Rebecca  Duncan

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 9, 1855

Biography:

Inscription: age 58 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339758

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Chloe B Rowell Dunn

Birth:   1865

Death:   1921

Biography:

wife of geo e dunn

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  131272972

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Frankie A  Dunn

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 9, 1887

Biography:

AE 20yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  131272988

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Grace G  Dunn

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 29, 1888

Biography:

AE 5mos9days inf dau of geo and chloe

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  131273016

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Charles R.  Dunning

Birth:   Nov. 7, 1867

Death:   Nov. 30, 1943

Biography:

Charles R. Dunning Dies Following Long Illness  Charles R. Dunning, 76, died at Marcy State Hospital Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 23, following a long illness. Death was caused by bronchial pneumonia.  Born in the town of Granby, Nov. 7, 1867, Mr. Dunning was the son of Lewis and Mary Wood Dunning. He lived in Syracuse for many years, following the trade of a carpenter and cabinet maker. He was a member of Carpenters Local 12 and Loyal Order of Moose, Syracuse.  Surviving are a son, Harold Dunning, Mexico; three grandchildren, Mrs. Robert Campbell, Long Beach, Calif.; Harold Dunning, Mexico, and Richard Velnoff, Pennsylvania and several nieces and nephews.   Funeral services were held  last Friday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. Cecil Plumb, pastor of Mexico Presbyterian church. Burial was in Pulaski cemetery   Source: Mexico Independent, Dec 2, 1943

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16325359

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Mabel A  Dunning

Birth:   1896

Death:   1921

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16325363

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Irene  Dunston

Birth:   1904

Death:   1979

Biography:

Plot#  X-54A & 55A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317118

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Frederick A. J.  Dunwick

Birth:   1854

Death:   1929

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  162628517

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Frederick I.  Dunwick

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Dec. 3, 1916

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  162628495

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Mary E.  Dunwick

Birth:   1850

Death:   1916

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  162628437

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William H.  Dunwick

Birth:   1848

Death:   1917

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  162628315

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Cornelius Wesley  Durgee

Birth:   Apr. 10, 1872

Death:   Sep. 14, 1948

Biography:

Cornelius  W. Durgee, 76, died at the Crouse Irving hospital, Syracuse, late Tuesday evening, following two years of failing health. He had been admitted to the hospital last Saturday, but failed to respond to medical treatment.   Funeral services will be held from the late home on the Syracuse road, Friday morning at 9 a.m, and from St. John’s Catholic Church at 9:30. Rev. Edward P. Keflefic will officiate. Burial will be made in Pulaski cemetery.   Mr. Durgee is survived by his wife, Mrs. Marandia Baker Durgee; three daughters, Mrs. Mattie Miller and Mrs. Eva Busek, both of Rome, Mrs. Dorothy Favriet, Pulaski; two sons, Harry Durgee, Pierrepont Manor, and Cornelius Durgee, Pulaski; one nephew, Harold Durgee, Ilion, nine grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.   He was born at Pine Meadows, April 10, 1872, the son of Lewis and Amelia Smith Durgee. On Jan. 13, 1896, he was married to Miss Marandia Baker at Harrisville Catholic church by Rev. J.C. Manning. Following his marriage, he was engaged in the lumber business, but had been a farmer most of his life. He came to Pulaski 35 years ago and some seven years later he purchased the farm which was his late home. Mr. Durgee was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist church in Pulaski.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, Sept 16, 1948

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  96881625

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Florence  Durgee

Birth:   Jul. 28, 1909

Death:   Mar. 15, 2002

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, March 16, 2002 Deceased Name: FLORENCE DURGEE LUMBER COMPANY EMPLOYEE Florence Durgee, 92, formerly of Pierrepont Manor, died Friday morning at James Square Health and Rehabilitation Centre, Syracuse. Born July 28, 1909, in Dexter, daughter of Robert and Nellie Brown Hodge, she grew up in Lorraine and attended Adams High School. She worked in the packaging and shipping department at the Blount-Parker Lumber Co., Lacona. She married Harry Durgee of Ellisburg on Nov. 18, 1929, at the home of E. Morgan Jones, Pulaski justice of the peace. The couple lived in Pulaski until moving to Pierrepont Manor in 1933. Mr. Durgee, a 1962 retiree of Queens Farms Dairy, died July 2, 1977. In 1985, Mrs. Durgee moved into her daughter’s home in Liverpool and in 1997 she moved to the Sacred Heart Apartments in Cicero. She was a member of Zion Episcopal Church. Surviving are a daughter, Donna Gerthoffer, Cicero; three grandsons, four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Two brothers and three sisters died before her. A private funeral will be at the convenience of the family at Piddock Funeral Home, Adams. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  X-714

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317119

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Harry S  Durgee

Birth:   1907

Death:   1977

Biography:

Plot#  X-714

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317120

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Laurence  Durgee

Birth:   1915

Death:   1954

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  163893658

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Mirandia Barker Durgee

Birth:   Mar. 28, 1880

Death:   Aug. 24, 1954

Biography:

Rites Friday for Mrs. C. W. Durgee   Mrs. Mirandia Durgee, 74, widow of C. Wesley Durgee, died at her home on Rt. 11 Tuesday evening after having been in poor health for several months.   Mrs. Durgee was born at Maple Hill on March 28, 1880, the daughter of George and Mirandia Lago Baker.  She had lived in the Pulaski area for about 40 years, and was a communicant of St. John’s Catholic Church.   Mr. Durgee died in September of 1948.   She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Eva Busak of Rome, and Mrs. Dorothy Favret of Pulaski; two sons, Harry of Pierrepont Manor and Cornelius of Central Square; eight grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren.   Funeral services will be held Friday with a prayer at her home at 8:30 and at 9:00 at St. John’s Church where a requiem mass will be celebrated with Rev. William J. Shanahan officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski cemetery.   Friends may call at the family home at their convenience.   Thursday evening a recitation of  the rosary will be held at the home  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Aug 26, 1954

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  96881817

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Lorice Anne LoBello Duscharm

Birth:   Jun. 28, 1960

Death:   Jul., 1997

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, July 12, 1997  Lorice Anne LoBello Duscharm, 37, of 5230 Route 11 died Thursday at her home from injuries she received in a 1978 motorcycle accident. A native of Syracuse, she was a 1979 graduate of Mexico Academy and Central School. Her father, Frank, died in 1982. Surviving are her husband, David of Fulton; a daughter, Marisa C. Setzer of Pulaski; her mother and stepfather, Lorice and Edward Setzer of Pulaski; two brothers, Frank LoBello Jr. of Pulaski and Shawn LoBello of Manlius; three sisters, Andrea Perry of Pulaski, Amy Himes of Mexico and Collette Moyer of Clearwater, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews. Services are 2 p.m. Tuesday in Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski, the Rev. Betsey Mowry officiating. Burial is in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  X-241A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317121

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Charles William  Eason

Birth:   Oct. 23, 1887

Death:   Jun. 30, 1971

Biography:

Charles W. Eason, Age 83, Succumbs   Charles William Eason, 83, of Pulaski, died June 30, 1971 in Oswego hospital.   The funeral was Friday at Foster-Hax Funeral home, with Rev. Edwin Potter, pastor of Park United Methodist church, and  Rev. Virgil Hager, pastor, Sandy Creek Baptist church, officiating. Burial was in Pulaski cemetery.   Survivors include a daughter by his first marriage, Miss Lucille Eason, a teacher in the Syracuse public school system.   He was born Oct. 3, 1887, at Butterfly Corners, son of Charles and Sarah Baker Eason. He married Lula B. Stark of Pulaski. After her death in June, 1948, he married Jessie Lane, also of Pulaski, on Sept. 3, 1949. She died last November at the age of 82 in an auto accident.   For years Mr. Eason’ owned and operated the Eason Motor Express between Syracuse and Pulaski. He was also a mechanic in Syracuse at one time.   Source: Sandy Creek News, July 7, 1971

Plot#  A-6

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432469

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Lula B. Stark Eason

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 14, 1948

Biography:

Stroke Is Fatal To Mrs. Eason  Mrs. Lulu B. Eason, wife of C. W. Eason, died at her home in South Jefferson, street about 5 p.m. Monday evening. She had been in ill health since last winter, but was able to attend a luncheon meeting of the Ontario chapter of the D.A.R. at the Randall hotel last Friday where she suffered a stroke, from which she never regained consciousness.  Funeral services were conductited, from the home at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, with Rev. James N. Pauley, pastor of the Methodist church, and Rev. Albert Hoag, of the St. James Episcopal church, officiating. Interment was made in Pulaski cemetery.  She is survived by her husband, C.W. Eason, one daughter, Lucille Eason, a sister, Mrs. N Brimmer Hunt, an aunt, Mrs. Fannie Wilder, and two nieces, all of Pulaski.  Mrs. Eason was born in Pulsski and had spent her entire life in this village. She was educated in the local school, and after her graduation she studied music under Florence Hartman, of Syracuse University. She was an accomplished vocal and instrumental soloist, appearing in many local social affairs in Pulaski. She was on programs on WFBL from Pulaski for many years,and was at one time director of the Methodist church choir.  On Aug. 21, 1906 she was united in marriage to Mr. Eason. She was a member of Pulaski chapter No. 159, O.E.S., and of Bethlehem chapter White Shrine, Syracuse, and was a past regent of the Ontario chapter D.A.R.

Plot#  A-6

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432464

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Carrie Josephine  Eaton

Birth:   Nov. 22, 1872

Death:   1925

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  89104771

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James A  Eaton

Birth:   Aug. 7, 1843

Death:   Feb. 16, 1915

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  88626282

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Madge  Eaton

Birth:   1870

Death:   1892

Biography:

Madge died in her 20’s she never married. She was buried next to her mother.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  89105032

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Sarah Ann Bohannon Eaton

Birth:   Jul. 20, 1844

Death:   Aug. 7, 1935

Biography:

Other Children are:  Cora T. Eaton married William Miller Jan 19 1897 last known resident Baltimore Maryland.  Harry Avery Eaton married Jessie Ray Ingersoll Aug 1913 in Canada. Last known resident Mass.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  88625053

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Roberta  Edick

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1993

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Wednesday, September 29, 1993  Roberta J. Edick, 44, of Hollis Road died of a-lateral sclerosis Tuesday at her home. Mrs. Edick was a life resident of Pulaski. She was a teacher at Charlie Brown Nursery School from 1972 to 1992. Mrs. Edick was a 1966 graduate of Pulaski Academy and Central School and attended Data Processing Technical Center in Syracuse. Surviving are her husband, Robert H.; two sons, Jeffrey R. and Paul C., both of Pulaski; her mother, Anna Mae Boyd of Pulaski; a sister Nancy B. Thomas of Pulaski; and a granddaughter. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in Pulaski Baptist Church. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. There will be no calling hours.

Plot#  X-328

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317122

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Lillie  Edmonds

Birth:   1861

Death:   Nov. 7, 1869

Biography:

Daughter of John and Dolly Ann Edmonds. Aged 8 years    Inscription: She’s gone but not forgotten

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128268916

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Alice M  Edwards

Birth:   1925

Death:   1979

Biography:

Plot#  X-342D

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317123

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Archie  Edwards

Birth:   Oct. 29, 1873

Death:   Jul. 23, 1951

Biography:

Rites Today For Archie Edwards  Funeral services for Archie Edwards, 78, retired line foreman of the Niagara Mohawk unit and a resident of Pulaski most of his life, who died Monday afternoon in the Brooks hospital in Dunkirk, will be held from the Foster funeral home in Park st. at 2 p.m. today (Thursday).   The Rev. Cyrus Gonigam, pastor of the Congregational church, will officiate and interment will be made in Pulaski cemetery.   Although he had been in poor health for several years, he had been a patient at the hospital only a few days.   Mr. Edwards was born in Pittston, Pa., Oct. 29, 1873, a son of David and Mary Ferber Edwards. He received his education in the Pulaski schools and  had lived here all his life until about five years ago when he went to Fredonia to make his home with his only daughter, Mrs. Robert (Irene) Woods.  He was a refinisher by trade and started out as a young man working for A.K. Box and later was employed by the Tollner company until its dissolution. In 1918 he entered the employ of the Niagara Lockport & Ontario Power company as line man, retiring as foreman in 1938. After his retirement he reverted to his original occupation and worked at refinishing of furniture at his home in Factory st. as long as his health would permit.  He was married to Miss Etta Wilcox in 1893, who’s death occurred  on Dec. 9, 1944.  He was a past master of Pulaski Masonic Lodge No. 415, F. & A.M. and a past member of the Royal Arch Masons in which he was active when he resided in Pulaski. He attended the Baptist church.  Surviving besides his daughter, Mrs. Woods, are a grandson, Maj. Robert W. Woods, of the army, Middletown; a granddaughter, Mrs. Lester (Mary Lou) Dewey, Pulaski; five great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, July 26 1951

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  88577636

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Mildred LaCelle Edwards

Birth:   Jan. 26, 1898

Death:   Dec. 1, 1968

Biography:

Mrs. Mildred L. Edwards, 70, widow of Robert Edwards, Centerville, died early Sunday morning in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where she had been a patient for five weeks. The funeral will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Foster funeral home, Pulaski, with Rev. Jerry Miller, pastor of Pulaski Baptist church officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Surviving are a brother, Everett LaCelle and a sister, Mrs. Leroy (Leila) Coffie, both of Centerville; nieces and nephews. A sister. Miss Nina LaCelle, died Nov 25. She was born on Jan. 26, 1898 at Altmar, a daughter of Charles and Flora Reynolds LeCelle. She was a graduate of Pulaski High school, Pulaski Training class and Cortland Normal school, also she took courses at Syracuse university. She was married to Robert Edwards in 1917. He died in 1918 in World War I, and the Robert Edwards Post, American Legion, Pulaski, is dedicated to him. Mrs. Edwards taught school at Port Ontario, Happy Valley, Richland, Altmar and in the Boyd Elementary school, Solvay. Retiring in June of 1964. She was a member of Pulaski Baptist Church, the Civic Club and the Rosa Garden.  Published in The Watertown Daily Times Monday, 2 December 1968

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  144004240

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Robert R.  Edwards

Birth:   May 16, 1894

Death:   Oct. 24, 1918

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  132300436

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Joan E.  Eikhoff

Birth:   Jun. 26, 1944

Death:   Jul. 12, 2006

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20897581

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John  Elder

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 24, 2000

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, April 25, 2000  John L. “Bud” Elder, 83, of Millstream Court,Moravia,died Monday at Mercy Health & Rehabilitation Center, Auburn. He was born in Chicopee Falls, Mass. He retired in 1965 from the Army as a sergeant first class. He worked for Community-General Hospital from 1965 to 1977. He was a member of Rowe-Churchill American Legion Post 710, Moravia, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Moravia, and New York Retired Enlisted Association. Survivors: His wife of 59 years, the former Wilma Reudink; a brother, Ralph Keller of Copperas Cove, Texas. Services: 1 p.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery, Pulaski

Plot#  X-205A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317124

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Aiden  Eldredge

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Undated, shares marker with Tyler Eldredge

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  129757342

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Tyler  Eldredge

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

Undated, shares marker with Aiden Eldredge

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  129757294

Findagrave URL: www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=129757294

 

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Stanley  Eldridge

Birth:   1895

Death:   1978

Biography:

Plot#  O-177

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317125

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Deacon Alice Adell Woods Ellsworth

Birth:   Oct. 3, 1849

Death:   Oct., 1931

Biography:

Succumbs to Long Illness  Widow of W.D. Ellsworth, 82  With the passing of Mrs. Alice Adell Woods Ellsworth at her home on Rome street, last Wednesday afternoon, this community lost one of its oldest and highy respected residents. Mrs. Ellsworth, who had lived at the farm home where she died for 37 years, was the widow of William Dwight Ellsworth who died in June 1927. She had been ill about a year and the Monday before her death suffered a shock.   Mrs. Ellsworth was born in Pulaski October 3, 1849 a daughter of Charles W. and Sarah Prouty Woods. She was a member and former deaconnesses of the Baptist church of Pulaski.   Surviving are one son, Harrison of Pulaski; three sisters, Mrs. Helen DeMott, Pulaski; Mrs. Catherine Luddington and Mrs. J.R. Porter of Syracuse; and two brothers, Dean R. Woods of Syracuse, and William Woods of Pulaski.   The funeral was held from her late home Saturday afternoon, Rev. Bertram A. Walton, pastor of the United church of Camden, a former pastor of the local Baptist church, officiating. Burial in the family plot in Pulaski cemetery.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, Oct 28, 1931

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  95668369

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Deacon William Dwight  Ellsworth

Birth:   Oct. 21, 1849

Death:   Jun. 22, 1927

Biography:

  1. WILLIAM D. ELLSWORTH Following a long illness William D. Ellsworth passed away June 22, at his home on Rome St. Mr. Ellsworth was born in Woodville, October 21, 1849. In his early manhood he came to Pulaski to reside. He engaged in school teaching for a time and was interested in music. He took up farming after his marriage, May 4, 1881, to Miss Alice A. Woods. They lived on the farm where Mr. Ellsworth died, thirty-three years.   Early in life he embraced religion and was a member of Pulaski Baptist church for many years. He served as a member of the choir a long time, also taught a large class in the Sunday school. He was a deacon of the church and served as clerk, always faithful to the obligations of church membership.   His funeral was held at the home, Saturday afternoon, at two o’clock, conducted by Rev. B.A. Walton.   Singing was a part of the service, by Rev. Mr. Walton, Mr. and Mrs. F.L. McChesney and Mrs. Morgan Robinson.  Mr. Ellsworth is survived by his widow and one son, Harrison. Also a half-sister, Mrs. Ella M. Chaplin, Sterling, Ill., and a cousin, J.W. Richards, of, Pulaski.   The bearers were deacons Frank McChesney and H.J. Howlett, and nephews, Norman F. Woods, Robert Woods, Chauncy Woods and Thomas Lawler. Burial in Pulaski Cemetery.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, June 29, 1927

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  85697686

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David L  Ely

Birth:   1964

Death:   1980

Biography:

Plot#  X-408B

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317126

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James D.  Ely

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 19, 1988

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, October 21, 1988  Services for former Pulaski resident James D. Ely, 29, who died Wednesday in Mesa, Ariz., will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Burial will be in the Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, 8192 Harwood Drive. Mr. Ely died of complications from severe head injuries he received in a 1980 motorcycle accident. He was moved to Arizona from Pulaski in 1987. A native of Syracuse, Mr. Ely formerly lived on Rome Road in Pulaski. He formerly was employed at the Jordan Wire Mill. Surviving are his mother and stepfather, Nancy and John Cone of Pulaski; his father, George Ely of Jordan; two brothers, Ronald Ely of Williamstown and Joseph Cone of Pulaski; a sister, Sherry Hamilton of Sandy Creek; his maternal grandmother, Helen Nestor of Pulaski; and his paternal grandfather, Lester Ely of Oswego.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  146371052

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Charles  Emery

Birth:   1916

Death:   1976

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143328842

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Ruth Mae Stock Emery

Birth:   4521

Death:   Dec. 29, 1995

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, April 18, 1996  A graveside service for Ruth Mae Emery, 83, Jefferson Street, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday in Pulaski Cemetery with the Rev. Clay Berry officiating. Mrs. Emery died Dec. 29 at the home of her son, Edward, Mount Morris. Burial will be with full military honors, and arrangements are with Taylor-Vida Funeral Home.   Birth Ruth was born on May 17, 1912. Death Ruth died on December 29, 1995 at 83 years old. Location Pulaski, Oswego County, New York

Plot#  X-182

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317127

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Sue Ellen  Emery

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1951

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  163893018

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Marjorie  Emmett

Birth:   1912

Death:   Jan. 12, 1983

Biography:

Marjorie E. Emmett, 75   Mrs. Marjorie E. Emmett, 75, of 7254 Park St. died Wednesday, January 12 at Community-General Hospital, Syracuse.   A native of Syracuse, Mrs. Emmett lived in Sandy Creek before moving to Pulaski. She was employed with Remington Rand Corp. of Syracuse during World War II.   Surviving are four sons, Leslie E. of Pulaski, Robert of Canandaigua and Carl L. and Neil, both of Syracuse; a daughter, Mrs. Catherine Lavery of Mannsville; a sister, Mrs. Lena McNabb of Syracuse; 14 grandchildren; and several greatgrandchildren.   Services were at 10 a.m. Friday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, the Rev. Thomas P. Whalen officiating; burial in Pulaski Cemetery.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, Jan 17, 1983

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  95552765

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Robert  Emmett

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1998

Biography:

Plot#  X-404A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317129

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Sheldon  Emmett

Birth:   1905

Death:   1978

Biography:

Plot#  X-404A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317130

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Harold W.  England

Birth:   Apr. 7, 1934

Death:   Jun. 4, 2008

Biography:

Harold W. England, 74, of Sandy Creek, died Wednesday at Oswego Hospital. He was born April 7, 1934, in Winona, the son of Allen and Ella Delano England Sr. He resided in Sandy Creek for the past 44 years, previously living in Pulaski. He attended Mannsville schools and married Shirley Towsley on November 8, 1958. He served in the U.S. Army from 1956 to 1958. He was employed as a boiler maker at Nine Mile Point from 1973 to 1986, when he became disabled. Previously he was employed at Fulton Boiler Works for seven years, Plante’s Electrical and Plumbing, and P.V. Phillips, all in Pulaski. Surviving: his wife Shirley J.; three daughters, Gail (Daniel) Phinney of Rochester, Lori Meizlik of Jacksonville, FL, and Debra (Charles) Salisbury of Sandy Creek; three brothers, Charles of Watertown, Stanley of Mannsville and David of Adams; two sisters, Eva Guyette of Oswego and Isabelle Eastman of Adams; four grandchildren; and two great-grandsons. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday. Donations can be made to Sandy Creek Fire Dept., Main St., Sandy Creek, NY 13145.    Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 6/7/2008.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  27757902

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Peter D  Engle

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1987

Biography:

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Thursday, May 28, 1987  Services will be private for Peter D. Engle, infant son of Danny and Lori Engle, who died May 24 at Crouse-Irving Memorial Hospital, Syracuse. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  R-33B

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317131

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Elizabeth A.  Erskine

Birth:   Apr. 27, 1836

Death:   Jan. 15, 1901

Biography:

The body of Mrs. Lafayette Erskine was brought to the East Fernwood cemetery for burial,January 15th. Messrs. C.R. Erskine, C.A. Norris, C.E. Barns and M.M. Barnard, all of Fernwood, were her bearers, They brought her back so near her old home where your correspondent first met her and in the years that came and went learned to love her. She was of a quiet, unobtrusive nature. One must meet her in close relationship to know her well. A Christian woman and a lover ” of all good words and deeds; for such as she are “the gates ajar.”  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Jan 30 1901

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418163

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Emily H Twitchell Erskine

Birth:   1838

Death:   Dec. 1, 1902

Biography:

Pulaski Democrat, Pulaski, NY, Wednesday, December 10, 1902  Salmon River  Mrs Cyrus Erskine, a highly respected citizen, died at her home in this place Monday eve, Dec 1, after an illness of only a few hours.  The funeral was held at the First M.E. Church of which she was a member, Thursday at 2 o’clock.  Interment at Pulaski cemetery.  Friends were present from Union Square, Richland, Pulaski, Mexico and Otsego Co.  She leaves a husband and large circle of friends to morn her loss.  Pulaski Village cemetery records show she is buried in the same plot as Sawin Twitchell, fag# 20339989.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  150026765

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Lafayette  Erskine

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1927

Biography:

ANOTHER CIVIL WAR VETERAN GONE  In the death of Lafayette Erskine, which occurred at 118 South Miller St., Syracuse, another Civil War Veteran has been called. Mr. Erskine formerly lived in Pulaski. He was a member of Co. B. 110th Reg. N.Y. Vols. He moved from Pulaski about twenty years ago. He was 91 years of age.  He is survived by his second wife, Jennie A. Erskine; two daughters, Mrs. William Wilder of Pulaski and Mrs. Grace Donaldson of Rochester.  Private, funeral services were held at the home Monday, at 10:30. Rev. Frederick Maunder of Ithaca and Rev. Ralph Weyrick, pastor of James St. Community church, Syracuse had charge of the service. Burial was made in Pulaski cemetery.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, May 11, 1927

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  95695456

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Hugh Pierpont  Etheridge

Birth:   Jul. 24, 1902

Death:   Nov. 19, 1923

Biography:

Son of John Burt and Mary P. (Hill) Etheridge, he was a student and died from hemorrhage from an accidental gun shot wound to the thigh when his gun discharged as he stepped and fell in the brook.  He was aged 21-3-26.  “Mass., Town and Vital Records, 1622-1899”

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  108607433

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Sarah H.  Etheridge

Birth:   1894

Death:   1968

Biography:

Daughter of J.B. & M.P. Etheridge.  Shares stone with William, Sarah & William P. Hill

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128208891

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Anton  Evanchik

Birth:   1921

Death:   1986

Biography:

Plot#  O-184

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317132

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Morace  Evans

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 21, 1891

Biography:

Note: Aged 56 years

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324753

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John  Fair

Birth:   1856

Death:   Jul. 6, 1876

Biography:

Plot#  A-46

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148491413

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Barbara  Farmer

Birth:   1912

Death:   Nov., 1993

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, November 26, 1993  Barbara T. Farmer, 88, formerly of the Pulaski area, died Monday in Elyria, Ohio. A graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Pulaski Cemetery. Foster-Hax Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Surviving are a daughter, Ann Anderson, Bay Village, Ohio; three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. A native of Wanakena, Mrs. Farmer lived most of her life in New York state. Before retiring in 1970, she taught kindergarten in Pulaski and Gowanda. She was a graduate of Oswego Normal School. Her husband, James M., died in 1985.

Plot#  P-114

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317133

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James M.  Farmer

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov., 1985

Biography:

Plot#  P-114

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317134

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Jessica F.  Farmer

Birth:   Jul. 29, 1877

Death:   Jun. 3, 1928

Biography:

Pulaski, June 4 – Miss Jessica F. Farmer, 50, native of the town of Richland, died yesterday morning at her home at 2 Port street following an illness of less than a week.  Miss Farmer was born July 29, 1877, at the Farmer home one mile south of this village and where she had passed practically all her life. Graduating from Pulaski academy class of 1895, and entered offices of her brother, Lawrence J. Farmer, who operates a nursery one mile south of this village and for 26 years had been in the employ of Charles A. Newell, at that time postmaster at Kasoag and who later came to Pulaski and engaged in operating a variety store, first in the People’s National Bank building at North Jefferson and Park streets and who later acquired the Tollner block in the same thoroughfare. It was during the latter period that he served as town clerk and Miss Farmer was appointed deputy town clerk, serving in that capacity until about two years ago, when Albert E. Lawrence was elected to succeed him. At the time of her death she was serving with Mr. Jewell as deputy county clerk.  Miss Farmer was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal church and of Young Women’s Foreign Missionary society: Ontario Chapter 638 D. A. R., and of the Women’s Civic club of Pulaski.  Surviving are two brothers Charles F. Farmer and Lawrence J. Farmer of Pulaski and a sister Mrs. Frank W. Austin of Fulton.  Funeral services will be held from the home at 3 Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Charles H. Bollinger, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church. Burial will be made in Pulaski cemetery.  Members of Ontario Chapter, 633 D. A. R., will attend in a body. It is announced by the regent, Mrs. Frederic G. Whitney of North Jefferson street.  Watertown Daily Times, Monday Afternoon, June 4, 1928

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  162723191

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Martha J  Farmer

Birth:   1895

Death:   1981

Biography:

Plot#  P-114

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317135

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Mary Jane Jones Farmer

Birth:   Apr. 4, 1830

Death:   Oct., 1895

Biography:

Mary Jane Jones-Farmer was born April 4th, 1830, in the log house owned by her father, near the site of the brick house now occupied by C. H. Jones. Her parents were Pliny H. and Hannah Jones. Their children were Milton A. Jones, Mrs. Farmer, Lawerence N. (deceased), Elbrdige W., Chas. H., Olive L., wife of Geo. W. Dodge, and Sarah (deceased).  She was united in marriage to James S. Farmer Jan 24th, 1850, and began keeping house on the premises occupied by them at the time of her death.  There have been born to them nine children – Chas. F., Mattie J., Abbie J., Kate J., now Mrs. Thos. Laing, Lawrence J., Madge H., Maude H., now Mrs. Frank Austin, Harry and Jessica F. All of these survive except Abbie and Harry, who died at infancy.  In 1865, Mrs. Farmer united with the M. E. church, of Pulaski, and was a regular attendant until increased family duties kept her at home.   Like a great many others, Mrs. Farmer was best understood by her own people. It is their testimony that no person ever lived who was more devoted to her family and no one ever had a stronger hold on the affection of her children. Her last words of advice, “Be good to each other,” show better than anything else her feelings for their future.   The malady that finally overcame her was the result of the general breaking up of a tired out organization, last spring she, with difficulty, recovered from a sickness of several months, only to be stricken again this autumn. Two weeks ago last Saturday she went to spend the Sabbath with her daughter in Pulaski and there she was taken sick, It was thought best to move her and last Sunday she was taken home. Kind and loving hands bore her to and from the conveyance on a cot bed and she stood the journey with no apparent injury.  Dissolution had already set in but she lingered, conscious almost to the last, till ten minutes past eight; when, surrounded by those who loved her and who could hardly bear to part with her, she peacefully passed away.  The funeral was held at her late residence Thursday at 2 p. m.; Rev. Mr. Webster officiating. The bearers were her three brothers and brother-in-law. Interment took place in the family lot at Pulaski cemetery. Thus has passed from earth one of the good souls to mingle forever with the Creator.  The Pulaski Democrat, Pulaski, N.Y., October 23, 1895

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  162630656

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Pearl Cooper Farnham

Birth:   Jun., 1880

Death:   Nov., 1966

Biography:

w/o Walter  The Pulaski Democrat., November 10, 1966, Page 3, Image 3

Plot#  A-20

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148429897

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Pearl C.  Farnham

Birth:   Jun. 9, 1880

Death:   Nov. 7, 1966

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128348790

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PFC Walter H.  Farnham

Birth:   Feb. 26, 1890

Death:   Feb. 17, 1958

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128348685

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Walter H.  Farnham

Birth:   Feb. 26, 1890

Death:   Feb., 1958

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., February 20, 1958, Page 1, Image 1

Plot#  A-20

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148429871

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James  Farrell

Birth:   1848

Death:   Aug. 11, 1926

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., August 18, 1926, Page 4, Image 4  The Fulton patriot., August 18, 1926, Page 12, Image 12

Plot#  A-14

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148416430

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Jane Wilson Farrell

Birth:   1798

Death:   Dec. 5, 1885

Biography:

Plot#  A-14

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148416912

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Carrie B  Farrington

Birth:   1868

Death:   1953

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  163892047

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Elizabeth Wright Farrington

Birth:   1846

Death:   1923

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  163891779

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Frances March Farrington

Birth:   1931

Death:   1965

Biography:

Takes Life by Driving Car Into Canal   Services for Mrs. Frances March Farrington 33 of Liverpool, who took her life early last Saturday morning by driving her car into the Barge Canal at Three Rivers, were held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Dawson Funeral Home, Wilbur Ave., the Rev. Russell. Champlain officiating. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery.   Surviving are two sons, Arthur and Ronald; two daughters. Sheila Anne and Patricia; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert March; three sisters Mrs. Katherine Galiteau, Mrs. Stephen Kinch, nieces and, nephews.   According to State Police who investigated, Mrs. Farrington, a diVorcee, drove off the dock at the parking lot at Three Rivers about 2:30 a.m. after conversation with a friend. Her body was still in the car which was removed from the river by a tow truck after skin divers fastened cables to it.   Mrs. Farrington and her parents were residents of Pulaski when the family were young children.   Source: The Pulaski democrat, Jan 7, 1965

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16418173

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Gladys Broome Farrington

Birth:   Feb. 25, 1903

Death:   Jul. 31, 1998

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, August 1, 1998  Gladys B. Farrington, 95, of 4916 N. Jefferson Street, died Friday at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse. Mrs. Farrington was a legal secretary for the honorable Irving G. Hubbs, State Court of Appeals judge, and for Pulaski attorney Merritt A. Switzer. She moved from England to Oswego in 1907, and to Pulaski in 1924. Mrs. Farrington was a member of the Pulaski Congregational Church, and a former member of Christ Episcopal Church, Oswego, and St. James Episcopal Church. Born Feb. 25, 1903, at Sittingbourne, Kent County, England, a daughter of William and Louisa Barnes Broome, she graduated from Oswego High School in 1921, and later as a legal secretary from Central City Business Institute, Oswego. She married Horrace G. Farrington on April 24, 1931. Surviving besides her husband are a son, William G., Pulaski; a nephew, and several nieces. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Pulaski Cemetery with the Rev. James Tschudy, pastor of Pulaski Congregational Church officiating.

Plot#  X-319 – 319A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317136

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Grant  Farrington

Birth:   Sep. 22, 1868

Death:   Nov., 1953

Biography:

Grant Farrington, Prominent Farmer, Taken by Death   Grant Farrington, 85, prominent farmer and organizer of the dairy industry in Oswego county and a Holstein breeder for 69 years, died Sunday morning at the North Park Nursing Home where he had been a patient only a short time.   Funeral services were conducted at the Foster Funeral Home Tuesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. James N. Pauley, pastor of the Methodist Church officiating. Interment was made in the family plot in Pulaski Cemetery.  Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Florence Hutt of Pulaski and Mrs. Earl (Ethel) Dexter of Mexico; one son, Horace G. Farrington of Pulaski; four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. His wife, the former Carrie Balsley Farrington, died  Jan. 11, 1951.   Mr. Farrington was born at Frankfort, Herkimer  county, Sept. 22, 1868, on the Farrington farm, now the home of the Acme Products Co., the son of Horace G. and Erzila Chrisman Farrington. He came  to this vicinity with his father and stepmother in 1883 (his mother having died when he was only three weeks old) purchasing a farm on the Centerville road one mile east of the village.  After his marriage to Carrie Balsley, on Dec. 12, 1888, they continued to operate the farm until 1931 when they moved to their late home on North St.   Mr. Farrington, however, has continued to supervise his farm making daily trips to it, until only a few months ago.   He conducted a fuel business with his son, Horace, for 22 years, selling that business and purchasing the Park Auto Service. Poor health forced him to retire as  senior partner of this enterprise, and since that time he has devoted his time to his farm.   He was the first president of the Holstein-Freisian Association and a pioneer in establishing the Dairymen’s League, a member of the original board of directors of that organization and a past president of the Salmon River local. He was a member and trustee of the Methodist Church for many years; a director of the former Peoples National Bank of Pulaski and was an active member in Pulaski Grange  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Nov 19, 1953

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Horace  Farrington

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 9, 1998

Biography:

Syracuse Herald American (NY) – Sunday, October 11, 1998 Deceased Name: HORACE G. FARRINGTON Horace G. Farrington, 97, of 4916 N. Jefferson St., Pulaski, died Friday at home. A life resident of Pulaski, he was a 1923 graduate of Syracuse University. He owned H.G. Farrington Realty from 1950 to 1973 and also Farrington Fuel Co. and Park Auto Service of Pulaski for many years. He was a former member of the Pulaski Village Board, Ringgold Fire Co., Pulaski, and the Pulaski Cemetery Association board. His wife, the former Gladys Broome, died in July. Survivor: A son, William G. of Pulaski. Services: 11 a.m. Tuesday in Pulaski Cemetery

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Horace G  Farrington

Birth:   1830

Death:   1904

Biography:

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Ruth Betts Farrington

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

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Ruberta  Faulkner

Birth:   1917

Death:   1986

Biography:

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Amos  Fellows

Birth:   1789

Death:   1869

Biography:

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Anna Grant Fellows

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 10, 1844

Biography:

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Cynthia Young Fellows

Birth:   1805

Death:   1881

Biography:

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Delia M Bentley Fellows

Birth:   1848

Death:   1929

Biography:

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Elizabeth  Fellows

Birth:   Aug. 25, 1838

Death:   Feb. 2, 1841

Biography:

Age 2 yrs, 5 mos., 7 days

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Isaac  Fellows

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 22, 1846

Biography:

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Isaac  Fellows

Birth:   1878

Death:   Jan. 11, 1878

Biography:

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Isaia  Fellows

Birth:   1878

Death:   1878

Biography:

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James G  Fellows

Birth:   1844

Death:   1911

Biography:

Co B 110 NY V

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Lavina Holcomb Fellows

Birth:   1796

Death:   1877

Biography:

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Solomon G.  Fellows

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 13, 1866

Biography:

Inscription: age 61 yrs

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Stephen H.  Fellows

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 3, 1880

Biography:

Inscription: age 67 yrs

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Emily L. Snow Fenton

Birth:   1837

Death:   1912

Biography:

Emily L. Snow, daughter of the late Benjamin and Lovina Snow, died aged 75. She was married to Attorney James Fenton and after his death to Attorney S.C. Huntington. At one time she lived in New York with her daughters, Mrs. J.T. Hoyt and Miss Grace Fenton  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, 1987 _____________________________  Emily L. Snow  Emily L. Snow was born in this village in 1837. She early applied her mind to study and became an intelligent and useful woman. She married attorney James Fenton and to this union were born, two of whom, Mrs. J.T. Hoyt, of Baltimore, Md., and Grace L. Fenton of White Plains, survive, the father dying over a quarter of a century ago. In 1890 she married attorney S.C. Huntington, who died in 1894. Several years were spent in New York with her daughters but failing health made it necessary to leave the city and four years ago she came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbs, of Lacona, where she was tenderly cared for by them.  Her funeral was held from the home of Mr. Walter Barlow, of Lacona, Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. E.A. Rogers, pastor of the Pulaski Baptist church, with which Mrs. Huntington has held membership since her girlhood. Burial was made in Pulaski cemetery.  Miss Grace Fenton and Miss Jessie Hoyt, daughter and granddaughter were present at the funeral, also a sister-in-law, Mrs. Benjamin Snow.  While she lived among us her presence always cast a ray of light, an influence of good. Our community was made richer in the virtues abides from her having been born raised and associated with the people of this community. None of us will soon forget her. Her memory will ever be an inspiration to her friends.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, April 7, 1912

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Grace L.  Fenton

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct., 1933

Biography:

GRACE L. FENTON   Miss Grace L. Fenton, a native of Pulaski, but for many years as a teacher in White Plains, died at her home at 52 Park Circle, in the latter city, Tuesday, October 3, following a short illness. She had suffered an attack of whooping cough several weeks before which left her heart in a weakened condition.   Miss Fenton was a daughter of the late James W. and Emily Snow Fenton, and was born in this village 58 years ago. She received her early education here, graduating from Pulaski academy in 1893. She attended Barnard university and taught 2 months at Huntington, Long Island.   Thirty-fours years ago she entered the White Plains school system, and had since taught Greek and Latin in the White Plains high school, being the first Latin-Teacher in that school. Greek was discontinued ten years ago. She was very popular with the students and faculty of the school and had charge of all extra-curricular activities. Her duties in this work brought her into contact with every student as she was charged with the responsibility of seeing that no student took on outside activities to the extent that they neglected their regular studies.   Surviving Miss Fenton are a sister, Mrs. Emily C. Hoyt, 225 West 59th St., New York City; two nieces, Misses Jessie and Sarah Hoyt; a cousin,  John B. Snow  of London, England.  The body was accompanied to Pulaski last Thursday by her friend and physician, Dr. Alice Bugbee, and met at the local station at 3:30 by a party of Pulaski friends. The remains were buried in the Snow lot at the local cemetery, Rev. Lee A. Howe, Jr., pastor of the Pulaski Baptist church in charge of the committal service.  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Oct 11, 1933

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Kathryn B  Fenton

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1995

Biography:

Syracuse Herald American (NY) – Sunday, May 14, 1995  Kathryn B. Miller Fenton, 98, formerly of Syracuse and Pulaski, died Thursday at James Square Health and Rehabilitation Center. Mrs. Fenton worked as a telephone operation for New York Telephone for many years. Surviving are a son, Raymond Cashel of Pulaski; a daughter, Mary M. Boyer of Liverpool; a sister, Nellie Hildebrand of Ohio; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services are 10:15 a.m. Monday at Pirro & Sons and 11 a.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Burial is in Pulaski Cemetery.  Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, May 15, 1995  Kathryn B. Miller Fenton, 98, formerly of Syracuse and Pulaski, died Thursday at James Square Health and Rehabilitation Center, Syracuse. The funeral was scheduled for 10:15 a.m. today at Pirro & Sons Funeral Home, Syracuse, and for 11 a.m. in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Syracuse. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery. Surviving are a son, Raymond Cashel, Pulaski; a daughter, Mary M. Boyer, Liverpool; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and a sister, Nellie Hildebrand, Ohio. Born April 12, 1896, in Erieville, a daughter of Joseph Miller and Sophia Windhausen, she was first married to Harry F. Cashel, a retired Syracuse firefighter, who died Nov. 15, 1956. She later married William Fenton, who also died before her. Mrs. Fenton was an operator for New York Telephone for many years.

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William Jefferson  Fenton

Birth:   Jul. 28, 1896

Death:   Jun. 7, 1968

Biography:

He was the son of Charles and Martha Hodges Fenton. He married Mrs. Kathryn Cashel in Syracuse in 1967. Besides his wife, Mrs. Kathryn Fenton, he is survived by three step-sons, William Cashel, Evansville, Ind; Harry Cashel, Jr., Canastota; Raymond, Taberg; two step-daughters, Mrs. Kathryn Shells, and Mrs. Robert (Mary) Boyer, both of Liverpool; two sisters, Mrs. Myra Sherman, Syracuse; Mrs. Ethel Steingraber, Solvay; 14 step-grandchildren and seven step-great-grandchildren.  Note: In the 1940 census he was married to Winifred M. Unk.

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Ann L. Kiklowicz Fernan

Birth:   Jul. 1, 1919

Death:   38499

Biography:

Ann L. Fernan, age 85, of 219 Lake St., Pulaski, died Friday at her home. Born on July 1, 1919, in Yonkers, NY, she was the daughter of Peter and Anna Yastremski Kiklowicz. Ann has resided in Pulaski since 1946, previously living in Buffalo. She graduated from Bradford Central High School in 1936, later graduating from Cosmetology School. She married Bernard L. Fernan on Sept. 7, 1946, in Bradford, NY. She owned and operated Ann’s Beauty Shop for 25 years. She was a member of the St. John’s Evangelist Church, Pulaski, and the Altar & Rosary Society. She was a volunteer at Pulaski Public Library. She was a member of the Tuesday Ladies Golf League at the Elm’s Golf Club and she was also an avid bridge player. Surviving are her husband, Bernard L.; one son, Peter and his wife Deborah Fernan of Watertown; one daughter, Bernadette Fernan of Pulaski; one sister, Helen Frost of Burdett, NY; two grandchildren. She was predeceased by one daughter, Michele Scenna, who died April 10, 1990. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday at the St. John’s the Evangelist Church, Pulaski, with Rev. Sean O’Brien officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Monday, May 30, at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park St., Pulaski. Donations may be made to the Pulaski Public Library, Jefferson St., Pulaski, NY 13142.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on May 28, 2005

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Bernard L.  Fernan

Birth:   Jun. 17, 1916

Death:   Mar. 1, 2014

Biography:

Bernard L. Fernan, age 97, resident of Pulaski, passed away Saturday at his home. Bernard was born June 17, 1916, in Elmira, the son of John J. and Katherine A. Leahy Fernan. He graduated from Fostick-Masten High School in Buffalo in 1933, and from Cornell University in 1938, with a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture. He served in the United States Army from 1942 until 1945 in the 77th Infantry Division in the Pacific Theater, receiving a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart. Bernard married Ann L. Kiklowicz on September 7, 1946 and she passed away May 25, 2005. He taught at Pulaski Academy High School for 25 years, retiring in 1971. He was employed as a parts manager for Ford-Mercury for eight years. Bernard was a member of Christ Our Light Parish in Pulaski and the Robert Edwards American Legion Post #358 in Pulaski, the NYS Teacher’s Association and former member of the Elm’s Golf League, and of NOCA. Surviving are one daughter, Bernadette (Reid) Eickhoff of Pulaski; one son, Pete (Debbie) Fernan of North Syracuse; two grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Bernard was predeceased by one daughter, Michele Scenna, who passed away April 10, 1990. Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 12, at Christ Our Light Parish, 23 Niagara Street, Pulaski, NY with a spring burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, NY. Donations may be made to the Friends of the Pulaski Public Library, 4917 N. Jefferson Street, Pulaski, NY 13142.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Mar. 5 to Mar. 6, 2014

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Helene  Fetzer

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 19, 1998

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, March 20, 1998  Helene L. Fetzer, 74, of Springbrook Apartments died Thursday at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Syracuse. Born in Ogdensburg, she moved to the Pulaski-Sandy Creek area in 1950. She was a graduate of Edwards High School and of the Watertown Beauty School. She retired in 1986 after 16 years owning a beauty shop in Sandy Creek. She also worked at several restaurants in the Sandy Creek-Pulaski area. She was a member of St. James Episcopal Church, Pulaski. Her husband, Arthur, died in 1955. Surviving are two sons, Terry L. of Pulaski and Kevin of Boylston; two brothers, Earl “Red” Lewis of Cape Vincent and Myron Lewis of Port Ontario; five sisters, Dorothy Fuller of Ogdensburg, Harriete Hogarth of Seven Oaks, England, Doreen Brownell of Nokomis, Fla., Phyllis Nurse of Lorton, Va., and Rita Nease of Chesapeake, Va.; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Services are 11 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Spring burial is in Pulaski Cemetery, Pulaski.

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George H.  Fey

Birth:   1861

Death:   1938

Biography:

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Martha E.  Fey

Birth:   1868

Death:   1911

Biography:

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Walter L.  Fey

Birth:   1888

Death:   1939

Biography:

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Francis F.  Fifield

Birth:   1813

Death:   Mar. 26, 1879

Biography:

Had been a machinist and an engineer.

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Mary M. Graves Fifield

Birth:   Jun. 23, 1816

Death:   Jan. 29, 1901

Biography:

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Alice A Peck Filkins

Birth:   Jul., 1855

Death:   Oct. 15, 1928

Biography:

Daughter of Ralph Peck and Rebecca Hurd.

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Beulah Elaine Matteson Filkins

Birth:   Sep. 12, 1907

Death:   Aug. 15, 1987

Biography:

BEULAH E. FILKINS Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – August 18, 1987  Services for Beulah Elaine Filkins, 79, of 207 Shaver Ave., North Syracuse, who died Saturday, will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Williams Funeral Home in Cicero. Burial will be in Pulaski Village Cemetery.  Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 8261 S. Main St., Cicero.  Mrs. Filkins was born in Mexico, N.Y., and lived in North Syracuse since 1942. She was a life member of the North Syracuse Garden Club, and was the widow of Robert Neil Filkins.  Surviving are a son, Richard M. of South Colton; two daughters, Shirley A. Stout of Syracuse and Betty Gunther of Edgewater, Md.; a brother, George W. of Oswego; a sister, Cathryn Bauer of Colo.; several grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.  Contributions may be made to the North Area Volunteer Ambulance Corps, North Syracuse.

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Florence Coon Filkins

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 29, 1925

Biography:

MRS. RAYMOND FILKINS   The sad death of Mrs. Raymond Filkins which took place in the Fox District last Thursday night, caused many to mourn. Mrs. Filkins had been ill for some weeks and double pneumonia set in and she could not defeat the attack. Mrs. Filkins was daughter of the late William Coon and, besides her husband, three sons and three daughters, she leaves three sisters and two brothers. Her children are Robert, John, Raymond, Dorothy, Dora and Edna; brothers and sisters are Bert Coon, Pulaski; Harrison Coon, Syracuse; Mrs. Thos. Wilder, Pulaski; Mrs. Harold Phillips and Miss Frances Coon, Watertown.   Funeral services were held at the home, Monday afternoon, Rev. E.H. Scott, of this village, officiated.   Burial in Pulaski cemetery.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Feb 4, 1925

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George Sweet  Filkins

Birth:   Nov. 4, 1837

Death:   Nov. 10, 1897

Biography:

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Harriet A. “Hattie” Stewart Filkins

Birth:   1839

Death:   1926

Biography:

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Hiram Eugene  Filkins

Birth:   Feb. 27, 1849

Death:   Apr. 27, 1929

Biography:

Son of William Henry Filkins and Nancy Alzina Ingersoll.   Landmarks of Oswego County, New York Part III. Family sketches  Filkins, Hiram E., was born in this county February 27,1849, son of William H. also a native of this county, and a grandson of Hiram Filkins, who died here. The mother of Hiram E. is Alzina ( Ingersoll) Filkins and both parents are living. The children of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Filkins are Lewis D., Edward, Hiram E., Emily E. Isaac, Charles, Sadie and a son who died in infancy. Hiram E. was educated in the public schools of this county and followed canalling thirteen years and later engaged in farming, which he has since continued, devoting his attention mainly to dairying. In 1872 he married Alice, daughter of Ralph and Rebecca (Hurd) Peck of this county. Mrs. Filkins grandfather Hurd was a soldier in the Was of 1812. Lewis D. Filkins was a soldier in the Rebellion, serving three years. Our subject has had three living children, all living, Nina, Allen and Lena. Nina married William Kelly of this county, who was a former hotel clerk, but is now engaged in agricultural pursuits.

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Jessie B.  Filkins

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 6, 1886

Biography:

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John H.  Filkins

Birth:   Jun. 21, 1911

Death:   Jan. 22, 1998

Biography:

PFC   US ARMY  WORLD WAR II  Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, January 27, 1998  John H. Filkins, 86, formerly of Richland, died Thursday at Columbia Medical Center, Daytona Beach, Fla. Born in Richland, he lived many years in the Richland and Redfield area. He was formerly employed as a painter with the painters’ union in Oswego. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of Pulaski Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7289. He was a merchant marine sailor on the Great Lakes for many years. Surviving are several nieces and nephews.

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John Henry  Filkins

Birth:   Jun. 3, 1844

Death:   Dec. 23, 1914

Biography:

JOHN HENRY FILKINS   Brief announcement was made last week of the death of John Henry Filkins which occurred near the Fox School House December 23. Mr. Filkins was born in the town of Williamstown, June 3, 1844, son of James Filkins and Eliza Rich. His mother was from the original settlers in this town and Williamstown and the town of Richland had its original name from the Rich family.   Mr. Filkins enlisted the 15th of August in the first battalion of the 14th regiment of U.S. Vols. He was discharged the 9th day of February, 1863, when he returned to this town. He married Eliza Y. Perry, April 21, 1864. She died January 9, 1893. The family surviving consists of one daughter, Mrs. P.A. Lilley, Oswego; Perry V. Filkins, Pulaski and Raymond H. Filkins who resides in the Filkins home where the father had lived forty-five years and where his death occurred.  Funeral services were held from the home Friday afternoon, at 2 o’clock. Mr. L.G. Seamans, chaplain of A.S. Warner Camp, Sons of Veterans, officiating. The bearers were members of the Sons of Veterans Camp.   Frrrqds were present from Oswego, Altmar and Pulaski. Burial in Pulaski Cemetery   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Dec 2, 1914

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Julia Ann Duncan Filkins

Birth:   1862

Death:   Feb., 1920

Biography:

Mother of James Delos Filkins.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324658

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Lewis Delos  Filkins

Birth:   Sep. 12, 1843

Death:   10364

Biography:

Lewis was married three times. His first wife was Florence (unknown maiden name), his second wife Julia Ann Dungan, and his third wife was Harriett C. Whitney Eaton.  His children by his first wife, Florence are: Jessie B., Willie E. & Melva A Filkins and they are on their father’s stone. Children by his second wife, Julia are: James Delos Filkins.

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Melva A.  Filkins

Birth:   1882

Death:   Apr. 18, 1883

Biography:

FILKINS – In Pulaski, April 18th, Melva A., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Filkins, aged 1 year. Source: The Jefferson County Journal (Adams, NY)

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324736

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Perry H  Filkins

Birth:   Feb. 17, 1866

Death:   Feb. 12, 1936

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  105919882

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Robert Neil “Neil”  Filkins

Birth:   Dec. 4, 1906

Death:   31551

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  85809809

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Willie E.  Filkins

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 19, 1868

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16324713

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Harriet M. “Hattie” Robinson Fillmore

Birth:   Jun. 3, 1886

Death:   6696

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., May 01, 1918, Page 5, Image 5

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  175018529

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Helena Waters Fillmore

Birth:   1896

Death:   Jan. 3, 1935

Biography:

Plot#  P-215

Findagrave Memorial ID:  175018235

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Jesse Silas  Fillmore

Birth:   Oct. 7, 1884

Death:   Jan. 13, 1940

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., January 17, 1940, Page 1, Image 1

Plot#  P-215

Findagrave Memorial ID:  175018212

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Medora Mildred  Fillmore

Birth:   Oct. 11, 1906

Death:   Dec. 14, 1929

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., December 18, 1929, Page 1, Image 1

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  175018458

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Silas D.  Fillmore

Birth:   1885

Death:   1908

Biography:

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Mabel  Finley

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 2, 1989

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, July 4, 1989  Services for Mabel E. Finley, 93, of 7627 Pine St., who died Sunday at the House of Good Samaritan, Watertown, after a short illness, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Taylor-Vida Funeral Home. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m today at the funeral home, 7643 Jefferson St. A native of Williamstown, she lived in Pulaski 65 years. She was a member of Park United Methodist Church and sang in its choir. She was also a member of Pulaski Grange 730, Rebecca Lodge, and the auxiliary of American Legion Post 358. Surviving are three nieces, Rose Mosely of Nedrow, Ethel Durang of Vernon and Martha Whalen of Millbrook; and several great- and great-great-nieces and nephews.

Plot#  X-346C

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317143

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Adaline  Finster

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 2, 1854

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  111642091

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Edward E.  Finster

Birth:   1861

Death:   Aug. 4, 1936

Biography:

EDWARD E. FINSTER   Edward E. Finster, 76, a native of Dugway and for several years a resident of Pulaski, died last Thursday night at Marcy hospital, Utica, after a short illness of pneumonia.   Mr. Finster was born in 1861 in the Town of Albion, a son of Riley and Patty Vosburg Finster. For nearly forty years he was a farmer in operation of the former Brainard Dixon farm on the Rome road. In 1917 he moved into the village and was employed in one of the milk plants here for several years. He was a member of the Methodist church and Pulaski Grange.   Survivors are one son, Harold E. Finster of Sandy Creek, and one brother, Chas. S. Finster of Orwell.   The funeral was private at the Lawrence funeral chapel Monday  morning with the Rev. W.A. Gardner, pastor of| the Methodist church, officiating. Burial in Pulaski cemetery.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Aug 10, 1936

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111639542

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Ella May  Finster

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 15, 1870

Biography:

Aged 17 years

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  111642373

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Emma A.  Finster

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 23, 1854

Biography:

Aged 4 years

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  111642457

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Fannie  Finster

Birth:   Nov. 9, 1866

Death:   Mar. 11, 1926

Biography:

MRS. E.E. FINSTER   Mrs. Edward E. Finster, who had been in ill health for a. long time, died March 11, at the home of her son, Harold Finster, of Port St.  Mrs. Finster was born November 9, 1866, at West Schuyler, N. Y. After her marriage to Mr. Finster she came to this town to reside where she has resided for the most of her life.   She was beloved by a large circle of friends.   Her funeral was held Saturday, at 2 o’clock, Rev. Ernest H. Scott, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating. Burial in Pulaski cemetery.   Mrs. Finster is survived by her husband and son  Source: Pulaski Democrat, March 17, 1926

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111639550

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Harold Edward  Finster

Birth:   Feb. 21, 1894

Death:   Jun. 16, 1956

Biography:

Rites Held for H.E. Finster, 62   Services for Harold Edward Finster, 62, who died suddenly late Saturday night in Ogdensburg, were held Tuesday from the Foster Funeral Home with the Rev. W. Russell Clark, pastor of the Park Methodist Church officiating. Interment was in  Pulaski Cemetery.   His only survivors are two cousins, Louis Nichols of R.D. Pulaski and Delos Nichols of Mexico.   Mr. Finster was born in Pulaski Feb. 21, 1894, the son of Edward and Fannie Finster.   He attended the local school and when a young man went into the local milk station to work, for the Dairymen’s Protective Association and later for Haiik & Schmidt, Inc., and also worked at the Dairymen’s League plant. More recently he had been employed at the Pierrepont Manor milk plant. He had been a separator operator at the Ogdensburg creamery for the past two months.   He was a veteran of World War I and had lived at the George Soderlund home in Box St., for many years.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, June 21, 1956

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111640421

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Helen M  Finster

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

9 months

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111642500

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Patty Vosberg Finster

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111638881

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Riley  Finster

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Feb. 23, 1894

Biography:

Mr. Riley Finster, a brother* of Mrs. Delos Nichols of this village, died at his home near Pulaski, Feb. 23, aged 73 years.  Source: Mexico Independent, Feb 1894  *was her father

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  111638480

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Adoniram  Fisher

Birth:   May 5, 1807

Death:   Jul. 16, 1876

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  69479005

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Eliza M Osgood Fisher

Birth:   Jun. 22, 1808

Death:   Nov. 8, 1902

Biography:

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Linda Lee Green Fisher

Birth:   1961

Death:   Feb. 10, 2003

Biography:

February 10, 2003 Linda L. Fisher, 41, of 223 Hadley Rd. Sandy Creek, N.Y. passed away February 10, 2003. Born in Oswego. Formerly employed by Howland-LaClair Ins. Co. in Watertown. She enjoyed camping & NAS Car Races.   Funeral Services are Friday 11 AM at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Spring burial Woodlawn Cemetery. Calling hours Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 PM. Summerville Funeral Home, 1997 Harwood Dr. Sandy Creek, NY. Contributions may be made to Sandy Creek Volunteer fire Department.  Source: Syracuse Post Standard on Feb. 13, 2003

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  129703805

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Anna Moran Fitch

Birth:   Apr. 8, 1861

Death:   Oct. 29, 1938

Biography:

Her obituary can be found in The Pulaski (N.Y.) Democrat, 2 Nov 1938, Page 1.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  88018521

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Edward D.  Fitch

Birth:   Sep. 8, 1853

Death:   Jan. 18, 1934

Biography:

EDWARD D. FITCH   Edward D. Fitch, 80, well known Pulaski resident, died at his home on Factory street, in that village, at 11, Thursday evening, January 18, 1934. He had been in poor health for many years and his condition for the past six weeks had been serious.   Mr. Fitch was born in Sandy Creek, September 8, 1853, the son of Ephraim and Mary Ann Bishop Fitch. In his youth he sailed on the Great Lakes, coming to Pulaski when a young man and residing there since.   He was first employed at the machine shop operated by Averill & Sharp, and then worked for 0.B. Olmstead after he purchased the Averill property in about 1900. About 1905 he opened a machine shop for himself, operating it until 1920 when the property was sold to John Harnden.   He was a member of Pulaski lodge F.& A.M. No. 415, and of Pulaski Chapter, R.A.M. No. 279.   Besides his widow he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Killam of Pulaski, and Miss Nellie Fitch, a school teacher at Croton-on-the-Hudson.   Private funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, with Rev. John W. Warren, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church, officiating. Burial was in Pulaski cemetery.  Source: Sandy Creek News, Jan 25, 1935

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  81841752

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Marshall A.  Fitch

Birth:   1848

Death:   Mar. 13, 1848

Biography:

Note: Son of M. & S. Fitch.  Aged 3 weeks

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16432705

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Nellie  Fitch

Birth:   Dec. 17, 1884

Death:   Dec. 12, 1969

Biography:

PULASKI — Miss Nellie M. Fitch, 84, retired school teacher, died Friday in the Evergreen Nursing Home here.  She was born here Dec. 17, 1884, daughter of Edward and Anna Moran Fitch. Graduating from Pulaski Academy in 1903 she completed the teaching training class the next year and in 1909 graduating from Oswego Normal School. In 1926 she received her bachelors degree from New York University.  She taught Fifth, Sixth and Seventh grades in Pulaski Academy and later headed the commercial department at Croton-Harmon High School at Croton-on-the-Hudson for 25 years, retiring in 1935. She was a life member of Pulaski Chapter 150, OES. and a member of Retired Teachers Assoc. and the Congregational Church.  A sister, Mrs. Florence Killam, Pulaski, survives.  Private services will be held at 2 Monday afternoon at Foster Funeral Home, the Rev. Jerry Miller, pastor of Congregational Church, officiating. Burial in the Spring will be in Pulaski Cemetery.  There will be no calling hours.   Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Fund    Source: The Palladium Times, Dec 13, 1969

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  81841980

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Addie Josephine Spalsbury Flath Bonney

Birth:   Aug. 21, 1874

Death:   Nov. 24, 1959

Biography:

Obituary-Syracuse Post Standard page 13 Publication Date: Nov 26, 1959 In Syracuse, Nov 24, 1959, Mrs. Addie Flath Bonney, survived by her husband Eugene Bonney; a daughter, Mrs. Franklin F. [Ethel Flath] Edee, and a son, Harry W. Flath of Cranford, N.J. Funeral in the Chapel of Fairchild and Meech Friday at 1 p.m., Rev. Alex Schaus officiating. Friends invited. Interment Pulaski, NY. Friends may call at 500 W. Onondaga St. Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. FAIRCHILD AND MEECH.   Addies’ Wedding announcement to (Wilhelm) William Flath Jan 18, 1892 in the Adams Newspaper, Jefferson County, NY Journal Page 8  On Wednesday, Jan. 18, occurred the marriage of Mr. William Flath>> of Alexandria, and Miss Addie Spalsbury. The ceremony twas performed by Rev. F. Hoffman, of Tied Wood, in the presence of about thirty relatives and friends. They will take up their residence in this plane as Mr. Flath has purchased the Philadelphia Cheese Factory.   Addies’ wedding announcement to Mr. Eugene Bonney, Syracuse Post Standard, page 12 Publication Date: Nov 24, 1952  Never Too Late.. LOCAL COUPLE, BOTH 79, WED IN CHURCH AFTER TOSSING ASIDE ELOPEMENT PLANS: “We would have run away and gotten married,” declared Mr.s Eugene (Addie J. Spalsbury Flath Bonney) Bonney, 79, explaining that the grandchildren squelched that idea. So she and Mr. Bonney, also 79, exchanged vows in ceremonies at 1 p.m., yesterday in brown Memorial Church. For this widow and widower the nuptials were really a family proposition. Mrs. Daniel [Fern I. Edee] Shaw-Mrs. Bonney’s granddaughter-sand the “Lord’s Prayer” during the ceremony; grandsons Franklin Edee, Jr., and Earl Flath were ushers. Her daughter, Mrs. Franklin [Ethel I. Flath] Edee, of 258 Fitch St. stood by the bride as she and Mr. Bonney faced the Rev. Robert J. Thomas with 50 friends and relatives looking on. The bride called her marriage ceremony in formal; she was attired in a grey gown and wore a rose corsage. A dinner in Mrs. Edee’s [Ethel I. Flath] home followed the wedding. There’s no honeymoon trip planned. The couple has settled down in an apartment at 410 Seymour St. The bride commented last night that marriage is a matter of “give and take”-she urged those contemplating matrimony to keep this in mind. For person her age she advises no hesitation about taking the step. “Find a good companion, ” she said. They both have large families by former marriages. Mr. Bonney, a retired cabinet maker, has two children, three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mrs. Bonney has two [living] children, six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Both are long-time Syracuse residents-Mrs. Bonny, 40 years; Mr. Bonney, 20 years. She is well known as a saleslady here, after having worked 30 years in downtown stores. She stays active with a Christmas card selling business and other activities.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  40421315

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Mildred  Fones

Birth:   Nov. 26, 1952

Death:   Aug. 26, 2013

Biography:

Mildred Fones, age 60, life resident of Pulaski and Richland, passed away August 26, 2013 at Oswego Hospital. Mildred was born November 26, 1952 in Rome. She attended Pulaski Schools. Mildred married David Fones on September 26, 2004. She was employed by Braley Adult Home in Altmar for several years. Mildred was a member of the Greater Victory Fellowship in Orwell. Surviving are her husband, David R. Fones of Pulaski; mother, Freda Look of Richland; two sisters, Rose Davis of Palermo and Mary Teska of Pulaski; and one brother, James Look of Richland. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from noon to 1 p.m. prior to the funeral.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Aug. 31 to Sept. 1, 2013

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  144636737

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Eben A  Forbes

Birth:   Aug. 24, 1933

Death:   Dec. 22, 2016

Biography:

He w a son of Phillip and Anna Rice Forbes.   He married Nancy Yerdon on 6/26/1954.   He was a member and employed by the Operating Engineers Local #545 in Syracuse for over 50 years. He was a founding member of the Redfield Fire Company and a charter member of the Northern Blue Jays Motorcycle Club. He was a former President and honorary member of Harmony Riders Association.   Surviving was his wife; two daughters, Patricia Colvin and Linda (John) Curry; four grandchildren; three great- grandchildren; and two sisters, Marry E. Morris and Cecilia Ackerman.    He was predeceased by a son, Eben J. Forbes on 7/14/ 1975, and five siblings.  Fri. 12/23/2016 Watertown Times

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  174353476

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Frank R.  Forbes

Birth:   1877

Death:   1885

Biography:

Son of C.A. & Rosa Forbes

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  146354979

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Judith “Judy” Martin Forbes

Birth:   Sep. 15, 1814

Death:   Feb. 17, 1897

Biography:

Judy Martin was born to Jessie Martin & Hannah Hicks in Ellisburg, Jefferson county,New York. Judy married John Mayhew and the married couple resided in Auburn,Geauga county,Ohio where the married couple had two children Malissa 1847 and William 1852. Following the death of husband John Mayhew, Judy Martin-Mayhew married Gardner A Forbes, and the married couple relocated back to Richland,Oswego county,New York. Gardner & Judy Forbes had no Children. Judy was 82 years old when she died of turberculosis 17 Feb 1897.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  106245001

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Philip J.  Forbes Jr

Birth:   7430

Death:   Jul. 27, 1973

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  91182611

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William Wilber  Force

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 13, 1832

Biography:

Note: Son of H. & H.S. Murdock.  Aged 15 years

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  16415036

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Emily Adelle Greenwood Forman

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Nov., 1926

Biography:

MRS. FORMAN DIES AT LIVERPOOL  Following five years of ill health and suffering from the result of a fall in whcih-she sustained a broken hip, Mrs. Edward D. Forman died, at Liverpool, Friday, where she had made her home the past year and a half with Mrs. Charles Waite. Mrs. Forman’s maiden name was Emily Adelle Greenwood, and she was a native of this village. She was born here about eighty years ago. Early in life she was united in marriage with Edward D. Forman, who died a few months ago. For many years Mrs. Forman was engaged in millinery trade in Pulaski, She had a daughter, Louise, who died some years ago and a son, Marshall, who left Pulaski several years ago and has not been heard from. She leaves a sister in California, Mrs. Marshall Potter and another sister somewhere in the west. Her body was brought to Pulaski, Saturday, by undertaker Paul Foster and funeral services were conducted at the Pulaski cemetery chapel, Monday afternoon, by Rev. Ray Washburn, rector of St. James church, where Mrs. Forman had been a communicant for many years  Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Nov 17, 1926

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  94885733

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Margaret  Forman

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 31, 1873

Biography:

Inscription: age 74 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339768

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Rev Alex  Forman

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Apr. 1, 1868

Biography:

Inscription: age 72 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339767

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Edwin P  Fort

Birth:   Apr. 30, 1908

Death:   Feb., 1977

Biography:

Plot#  X-711

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317145

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Ruth M Howlett Fort

Birth:   Aug. 28, 1900

Death:   Jun. 23, 1989

Biography:

Syracuse Herald American (NY) – Sunday, June 25, 1989  Ruth M. Fort, 88, formerly of Springbrook Apartments, died Friday at the Madonna Home in Watertown. A native of Sauquoit, Mrs. Fort attended Sauquoit District Schools and was married to Edwin Fort in 1927. He died in 1977. From 1945-1973, Mrs. Fort lived in Syracuse. She worked at The Addis Co. stores for many years and moved from Syracuse to Pulaski in 1973. Mrs. Fort was a member of Robert Edwards Post No. 358 American Legion Auxiliary, the Pulaski Grange and the Pulaski Senior Citizens Friday Bowling League. She is survived by one daughter, Gwen Fiegl Soule of Sandy Creek; two brothers, Russell Howlett of Oswego and Albert Howlett of Syracuse; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services will be 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home in Pulaski. Burial will be in Pulaski Cememtery.

Plot#  X-711

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317146

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Elizabeth  Fortune

Birth:   1910

Death:   1983

Biography:

Plot#  R-5A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317147

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Richard L  Fortune

Birth:   1912

Death:   1983

Biography:

Plot#  R-5A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317148

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Dyer  Foster

Birth:   Feb. 25, 1918

Death:   Nov. 18, 1986

Biography:

Plot#  P-266

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317149

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Eva I. Bateman Foster

Birth:   Aug. 11, 1900

Death:   Aug. 6, 1985

Biography:

Eva I. Foster   Eva I. Foster, 84, of Springbrook Apartments, Pulaski, died Tuesday morning, August 6, 1985, at the House of the Good Samaritan Hospital in Watertown, shortly after being admitted. She was born Aug. 11, 1900 in Phoenix, N.Y., the daughter of C. Willard and Lydia Smith Bateman.   She graduated from Fulton High School, the Hannibal Training Class, and the Oswego Normal School. She received her master’s degree in education from Columbia University.   She was married to Paul K. Foster April 4, 1950. They owned and operated Foster Funeral Home until 1960 when they retired and sold the business to Karl W. Hax, present owner.   She was a member of Park United Methodist Church, and former superintendent of the church’s Sunday school.   She was a past matron and member of the Pulaski Chapter 159, Order of the Eastern Star, and past president and member of both the Tuesday Study Club and the Pulaski Civic Club. In 1970, she was Pulaski Woman of the Year.   She is survived by her husband, Paul Foster, a patient at the Har-Wood Nursing Home in Oswego; one stepson, Richard Foster, of Florida; one stepdaughter Mrs. Shirley Wilson of Virginia; one brother, Maurice C. Bateman of California; one sister, Mrs. Irene Watt of Syracuse; several step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren.   Funeral services were Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Park United Methodist Church with the Rev. Dolan Morris and the Rev. Russell Clark officiating. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery.   Friends called Wednesday between 2 and 4 and 7 and 9 p.m. at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 7385 Park Street, Pulaski.   Contributions in her name may be made to Park United Methodist Church.  Source: Pulaski Democrat, Aug 12, 1985

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  95477913

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Hazel E.  Foster

Birth:   1890

Death:   1949

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  146350974

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Paul K.  Foster

Birth:   1890

Death:   1985

Biography:

Plot#  X-41, 41A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317150

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Stephen J  Foster

Birth:   18019

Death:   37764

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, May 24, 2003  Stephen J. Foster, 54, Frank Lacy Road, died Friday in Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, of injuries he suffered in a motorcycle accident Tuesday afternoon at County Route 28 and Route 11 in the town of Richland. Mr. Foster was a life resident of Pulaski and previously had been employed by M&K Candle Co. and Firestone Tire Co., both in Syracuse, and Paragon Glass Co., Pulaski. Born May 1, 1949, in Oswego, son of Dyer F. and Virginia M. Balcom Foster, he attended Pulaski schools and served in the Army. Surviving besides his mother, of Pulaski, are his companion, Barbara E. Stewart, and a brother, Kenneth C., both of Pulaski; two nieces, a nephew, five great-nieces and a great-nephew. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  P-272

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317151

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Caroline Stevens Fox

Birth:   Dec. 5, 1814

Death:   Apr. 11, 1892

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339770

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Darcy Ann Davey Fox

Birth:   10719

Death:   35937

Biography:

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Edward W.  Fox

Birth:   Jan., 1811

Death:   Jul. 16, 1853

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339769

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Eve  Fox

Birth:   1914

Death:   1916

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  158698542

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Fred C  Fox

Birth:   1910

Death:   1984

Biography:

Plot#  X-213A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317152

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Katherine J. Gorman Fox

Birth:   Jun. 17, 1880

Death:   Jun. 23, 1920

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  123017259

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Rita T. Stranahan Fox

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct., 2000

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, November 1, 2000  Rita T. Fox, 85, of Winter Park, Fla.,formerly of Pulaski and Buffalo,died Thursday at home. She was born in Falls Church, Va., and attended Lafayette High School, Buffalo. She was a teaching assistant with Pulaski Central School. She was a member of St. Margaret Mary Church, Winter Park. Her husband, Fred C., died in 1984; a daughter, Maureen Fox, died in 1960; a son, Timothy, died in 1984. Survivors: A daughter, Patricia Howell of Orlando, Fla.; two sons, Michael of Baldwinsville and Dennis of Falmouth, Mass.; a sister, Sheila Gibbon of Buffalo; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, Baldwinsville. Burial, 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Pulaski Cemetery, Pulaski.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317153

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Timothy  Fox

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1984

Biography:

Plot#  X-213A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317154

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Wilbur Alvin  Fox

Birth:   Aug. 31, 1874

Death:   Nov. 28, 1948

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  123017207

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Freddie W.  Frank

Birth:   1875

Death:   1876

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  161194653

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Lottie M  Franklin

Birth:   1897

Death:   1988

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Thursday, June 16, 1988  Services for Lottie M. Franklin, 91, of Springbrook Apartments, who died Tuesday at Mercy Hospital, Watertown, will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Park United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Mrs. Franklin was born in the town of Richland. She and her husband, Harold, were the operators of Franklin Chevrolet Garage. He died in 1965. Mrs. Franklin also was employed for a time with the Sheffield Milk Plant in Pulaski. She attended Mexico High School and Central City Business Institute, Syracuse. Mrs. Franklin was a member of Park United Methodist Church, its Alpha Class, the United Methodist Women, the Tuesday Study Club, the Pulaski Civic Club and the Ontario Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was a former president of the auxiliary of Robert Edwards Post 358, American Legion. Surviving are a son, Robert S. of Pulaski; two daughters, Charlotte Bechard of Sarasota, Fla., and Judy Miller of Pulaski; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317155

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A Burdette  Frary

Birth:   1848

Death:   1925

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  58813039

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Abigail Wilson Frary

Birth:   May 29, 1780

Death:   Oct. 7, 1863

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339780

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Anson  Frary

Birth:   Jun. 30, 1786

Death:   Apr. 17, 1870

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339771

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Benjamin D.  Frary

Birth:   1855

Death:   1928

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128350381

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Bertha  Frary

Birth:   1879

Death:   unknown

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128350571

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Charlotte A  Frary

Birth:   1855

Death:   1935

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  58813003

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Chloe Sheldon Frary

Birth:   Nov. 22, 1776

Death:   Jul. 29, 1846

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339774

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Claude A  Frary

Birth:   1881

Death:   Oct. 2, 1928

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  124502444

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David  Frary

Birth:   Apr. 16, 1777

Death:   Aug. 31, 1854

Biography:

David married Abigail Wilson on December 5, 1802 in Pawlett, Vermont.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339779

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Delia Amanda Peck Frary

Birth:   1856

Death:   1932

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128350492

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Edith Balcom Frary

Birth:   Aug. 24, 1924

Death:   Sep. 6, 2014

Biography:

Edith B. Frary, aged 90, life resident of Pulaski passed away Saturday, September 6, at Loretto Heights Nursing Home. Edith was born August 24, 1924 in Pulaski, the daughter of Pratt and Margaret Adelmann Balcom. She graduated from Pulaski High School in 1942. Edith married Willard G. Frary on August 11, 1944 and he passed away November 16, 2002. She was employed by GTE for 40 years, retiring in 1982. Edith was a life member of the Park United Methodist Church in Pulaski, and she and her husband were avid campers. Surviving are three daughters, Dianne (Harold) Nelson of Camden, NC, Susan (Lloyd) Darrohn of Baldwinsville and Carol (Kim) Caufield of Pulaski; two brothers, Pratt and Stephen Balcom, both of Pulaski; and one sister, Alice Ward of Colorado Springs, CO; six grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, September 20, 2014, at the Park United Methodist Church, 2 Hubble Street, Pulaski, with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. at the church prior to the service. Donations may be made in Edith’s memory to the Park United Methodist Church, 2 Hubble Street, Pulaski, NY 13142. Arrangements by Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski.

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Eliza M. Orr Frary

Birth:   1828

Death:   1896

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128264818

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Elizabeth Nye Frary

Birth:   Aug. 31, 1874

Death:   Mar. 2, 1915

Biography:

To be absolutely correct, she was born in Boise, Ada County, Idaho Territory. She married Claude A. Frary on 11 Feb 1903 in Pulaski, Oswego County, New York at the home of her mother, Caroline Nye.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  124502461

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Emily L. Greenwood Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Oct. 10, 1852

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339776

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Emma P  Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   May 27, 1875

Biography:

Wife of H.F. Frary, d. May 27, 1875 AE 37 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  58812908

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Emri  Frary

Birth:   Dec. 8, 1824

Death:   Aug. 19, 1897

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  128264739

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Eva  Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1999

Biography:

Plot#  P-131

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317156

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Eva Catherine Chase Frary

Birth:   1886

Death:   1970

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128362137

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George  Frary

Birth:   Apr. 12, 1816

Death:   Aug. 29, 1866

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339777

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George E.  Frary

Birth:   1911

Death:   1975

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143331406

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Guy E.  Frary

Birth:   1884

Death:   1961

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128362219

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Harrison D  Frary

Birth:   Mar. 21, 1919

Death:   Mar. 5, 1999

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  124502315

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Harry  Frary

Birth:   Mar. 14, 1810

Death:   Mar. 4, 1885

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339781

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Irena Burk(e) Frary

Birth:   1790

Death:   Apr. 15, 1865

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339772

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Irene  Frary

Birth:   1914

Death:   1985

Biography:

Plot#  R-258

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317157

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Jason  Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 9, 1872

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339775

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Jesse C.  Frary

Birth:   1913

Death:   1914

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128361920

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John A  Frary

Birth:   1854

Death:   1937

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  124502402

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Judson  Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   unknown

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128267747

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Lawson  Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1864

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  58812979

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Lucy W.  Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 31, 1854

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339778

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Marcus “Mark”  Frary

Birth:   Feb., 1832

Death:   Sep. 24, 1903

Biography:

Co. G  2nd Il. Cal.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  128348384

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Martha E Champney Frary

Birth:   Aug. 27, 1840

Death:   1911

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  69479193

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Milo  Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jun. 12, 1867

Biography:

AE 33 yrs, 5 mos, 16 dys

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  58812657

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Nancy Anne  Frary

Birth:   1941

Death:   1941

Biography:

Age 3 months 2 Days

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  166037866

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Orange  Frary

Birth:   Aug. 18, 1772

Death:   Jan. 8, 1842

Biography:

Orange married Chloe Sheldon on February 19, 1797 in Rupert Vermont.

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339773

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Priscilla Hall Ransom Frary

Birth:   Sep. 2, 1809

Death:   Dec. 13, 1876

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339782

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Rebecca Hurd Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   5617

Biography:

Second wife of Harry Frary, daughter of Jarvis and Betsy Hurd. Her first husband was Ralph G. Peck.

Plot#  section B-lot 372

Findagrave Memorial ID:  120323811

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Rose L Lilley Frary

Birth:   Sep. 20, 1858

Death:   Jul. 18, 1927

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  124502423

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Sarah Ann  Frary

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 23, 1851

Biography:

Aged 18 yrs, 8 mos, 4 dys; Wife of Milo

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  58812684

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Willard Guy  Frary

Birth:   Jul. 17, 1924

Death:   Nov. 16, 2002

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, November 20, 2002  Willard C. Frary, 77, of 599 county Route 62, Pulaski, died Saturday. Born in Pulaski, he also had a residence in Haines City, Fla. He was Richland town clerk for 17 years and worked previously at the former Lincoln Bank in Pulaski. He was a member of Park United Methodist Church in Pulaski. Survivors: His wife of 58 years, the former Edith Balcom; three daughters, Dianne Nelson of Camden, N.C., Susan Darrohn of Baldwinsville and Carol Caufield of Pulaski; a sister, the Rev. Catherine Salisbury of Pulaski; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Memorial services: 6:30 p.m. Friday in Park United Methodist Church. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317158

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William R.  Frasier

Birth:   Sep. 30, 1938

Death:   Feb. 16, 2010

Biography:

William R. Frasier, 71, a resident of Sandy Pond, died Tuesday. William was born September 30, 1938, in Syracuse, the son of Sherman and Rita Miller Frasier. He resided in Sandy Pond since 1984, previously living in Cleveland and the Syracuse area. William graduated from Central High School in 1956. He served in the Air National Guard. William married Joann Schuh on August 19, 1961. He was employed by Crouse-Hinds for 35 years, retiring in 1997. William was a member of Christ Our Light Parish, Pulaski. Surviving: his wife, Joann; three sons, Thomas A. Frasier of Lacona, Michael W. Frasier of Bernhards Bay and Steven D. Frasier of Oswego; one daughter, Amy C. Frasier of Constantia; one brother, Michael Godbold of Savannah, GA; one sister, JoAnn Manti of Fort Meyers, FL; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. William was predeceased by one brother, Edwin Godbold. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Christ Our Light Parish, Pulaski, with a spring burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski. Donations may be made to Christ Our Light Parish or the Sandy Creek Volunteer Fire Department.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard on February 18, 2010

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  48322836

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George M.  Fravor

Birth:   1900

Death:   Apr. 2, 1988

Biography:

Services for George M. Fravor, 89, North Road, Pulaski, who died Saturday morning, April 2, 1988 at the Mercy Hospital in Watertown, were Wednesday, April 6, at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, the Rev. Earl M. Smith officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.   Mr. Fravor was born in the town of Mexico and lived in Pulaski since 1925. He was employed by Pulaski Academy and Central Schools for 10 years, retiring in 1969.   He previously was employed by the Sheffield Milk, plant in Pulaski for 27 years. He operated a berry farm for 30 years.   His wife, the former Lena M. Fry, died in 1970.   Surviving are two sons, Robert M. and Clarence G. of Pulaski; two daughters, Arlene Vrooman of Adams and Marjorie Pacific of Pulaski; 12 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.   Contributions may be made to Northern Oswego County Ambulance.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, April 11, 1988

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  99142057

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Eva  Freeman

Birth:   1910

Death:   1976

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143328866

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Jane Cogswell French

Birth:   Sep., 1853

Death:   Oct. 27, 1942

Biography:

The funeral services for Mrs. Jane Mullens French, 88, who died Friday at the home of Charles Wightman, were held at the home Monday with Rev. Dr. Howard Deller officiating.   She was born Oct. 27, 1853, at Northwestern, Oneida county, daughter of Charles and Harriet Cogswell. In 1883 she was married to Edwin French in Austin, Minn. For the last 18 years she has made her home with her nephew, Mr. Wightman, Pulaski.   The only other near relatives surviving are a niece, Mrs. Fred Macomber, Westernville, Oneida county, and a nephew Theron Cogswell, Rockford, Ill.   She was a member of the Kenmore Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery.   Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Sept 24, 1942

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  16325269

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Jennifer Jo Sharlow French

Birth:   Feb. 5, 1966

Death:   Jun. 10, 2012

Biography:

Jennifer Jo Sharlow French, 46, died Sunday June 10, 2012, with her husband, John French, by her side in Burlington, Vermont.  Memorial services were held at Jennifer and John’s home on June 20 and at Pulaski Cemetery in Pulaski, New York on Wednesday June 27, 2012.  She is survived by her loving husband John French; her mother, Janet Dickerson of Bradenton FL; her father, John Sharlow of Corpus Christi TX; her sister, Jackie Sharlow of East Hampton CT; her always special brother, Chad Dickerson of Bradenton FL; her many aunts, uncles, cousins and finally, Kitty Lotta (trouble).  Jennifer will be remembered as the free spirit that she was, always choosing her own path at every turn.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Potsdam College Foundation, Elizabeth and Maurice Baritaud Scholarship Fund, Potsdam State University of New York, 44 Pierrepont Avenue, Potsdam, NY 13676.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  93332167

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Mary A.  French

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 5, 1862

Biography:

Inscription: age 49 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339786

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Nancy  French

Birth:   1791

Death:   1876

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339785

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Ralph  French

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Mar. 20, 1850

Biography:

Inscription: age 62 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339783

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Rebecca  French

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 23, 1853

Biography:

Inscription: age 55 yrs

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Patricia  Frette

Birth:   1926

Death:   unknown

Biography:

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Warren  Frette

Birth:   1924

Death:   1996

Biography:

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Donald M.  Friot Jr

Birth:   1943

Death:   1999

Biography:

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Donald A.  Frost

Birth:   Aug. 5, 1936

Death:   Jan. 15, 1985

Biography:

Donald A. Frost, 47 of 7492 Salina Street, Pulaski was pronounced dead on arrival at the Oswego Hospital Tuesday afternoon, January 15, 1985.   Born August 5, 1936 at Watertown, the son of Donald and Helen Stitt Frost. He attended Watertown High School.   He was married to Margaret Alvard May 23, 1964 at Amboy, N.Y, and resided in Amboy from 1960 until 1972, when he moved to Pulaski, where he was employed by various businesses in Pulaski, the last seven years he was employed by Colosse Cheese and Butter Company of Pulaski.   M r. Frost was a member of the Park United Methodist Church and a former member of the Ringgold Fire Company.  Survivors include his wife, Margaret Frost; his mother Helen Frost of Watertown;, four sons, Charles, Robert, Donald and Jack , all of Pulaski; two daughters, Miss Ann Frost and Miss. Donna Frost, both of Pulaski; two brothers, Robert Frost of Gardiner, Maine and Herbert Frost of Watertown and two sisters Patricia Davidson of Randolph, Maine; and Sharon Delaney of Watertown.  The funeral was held at 11 a.m., Friday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski with Rev. Earl M. Smith, pastor of Park United Methodist Church officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski cemetery.  Source: sandy creek News, Jan 21, 1985

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Frederick  Frost

Birth:   1816

Death:   1892

Biography:

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Palace  Frost

Birth:   1811

Death:   1905

Biography:

0BITUARY   Mrs. Palace Brown Frost was born at Houndsville, Jefferson county, September 8, 1811, and died April 7,1906, at the home of Mr. Charles Filkine, in Pulaski, where she had boarded for two or three years.   At the age of twenty-three she was united in mairiage with Hiram L. Brown and six children were born to them, only one of whom, Mrs. Mary Lamb, of Pulaski, is now living. In 1841 both she and her companion were happily convinced and united with the Methodist Episcopal church. Her husband died in 1854 and ten years later she was married to Frederick Frost and together they labored to build up Christ’s kingdom until 1892, when he passed away.   For a number of years, through the increasing infirmities incident to old age, she has been deprived of the privileges of public and social worship, but she was an ardent lover of God’s word and was much in prayer but rapidly failing eight came to make it impossible for her to pore over the word as had been her delight, but she greatly enjoyed  the calls of her pastor and intimate Christian friends.  Mrs. Frost was a woman of deep convictions earnestly maintained as to all the essentials of our holy religion. She knew God and his son, Jesus Christ. At the last she quietly fell asleep in Jesus and without any doubt she has sutured into the rest that remaineth to the people of God.  Special mention should be made of the marked, unwearied devotion of her daughter in ministering in every possible way to the comfort and happiness of the dear mother although herself necessarily absent from her side so much of the time, to her own deep regret but her constant ears and effort have been to her a labor of love and and will have her reward. Mention should also be made of the careful and loving ministries of Mrs. Charles Filkins through the long months in which Mrs. Frost has found so quiet and restful a home with her, with every want supplied which love could meet.  At the special request of Mrs. Frost, the writer assisted at her funeral at the home of Mr. Filkina on Sabbath afternoon, April 9th, assisted by her present pastor, Rev. B. DeF. Snyder, after which we tenderly laid her tired  body by the side of the husband of her youth in the beautiful village cemetery to await the ressurection morning.  S.O. Barnes  ********************************  MRS. PALACE F. FROST   Mrs, Palace F. Frost, eged ninetythree years, died at the residence of  Charles Filkins, on North street, where  the deceased had made her home for the past few years.   Mrs. Frost was born at Houndsville, Jefferson county, and for many years was a resident of New Centreville, before coming to this village. She was a member of the M.E. church, of Pulaski. One daughter, Mrs. Mary Lamb, aurTms her. The funeral was held at 3 o’clock Sunday afternoon, at the home of Mr. Filkins, being conducted by Rev. S.O. Barnes and B.DeF. Snyder. By special request of the deceased, Mr. Barnes came down from Watertown to assist in the service.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, April 19, 1905

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Mary A.  Frowd

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jan. 5, 1862

Biography:

Wife of James Frowd  Aged 49 years

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  146360619

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Byron Alonzo  Fry

Birth:   Oct. 24, 1852

Death:   unknown

Biography:

h/o Ruth A. lighthall

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Ruth A. Lighthall Fry

Birth:   Jun., 1862

Death:   Jun. 11, 1930

Biography:

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, June 12, 1930 Syracuse Herald – Syracuse, New York – Death Record – Mrs. Ruth Fry, 68, of 403 Temple Street, died at her home yesterday. Surviving are her husband, Byron A. Fry; two sons, James G. Stark and Floyd A. Stark of Oswego, two daughters, Mrs. Beulah Peterson and Miss Edna Fry of Syracuse and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 o’clock tomorrow morning at the home by the Rev. Frederick C. Ellerman, of St. Pauls Lutheran Church, Carl E. Welter, undertaker, will take the body to Pulaski for burial. Commital services will be conducted at the grave there.

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Emma J.  Fuller

Birth:   1861

Death:   1930

Biography:

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George B.  Fuller

Birth:   1877

Death:   1878

Biography:

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George H.  Fuller

Birth:   1849

Death:   1911

Biography:

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Mary E.  Fuller

Birth:   1850

Death:   1927

Biography:

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Sarah A.  Fuller

Birth:   1848

Death:   1940

Biography:

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Robert J.  Furnia Sr

Birth:   Jul. 11, 1932

Death:   42151

Biography:

Robert J. Furnia Sr., a resident of Pulaski, NY since 1990 and formerly of Marcellus, NY passed away Wednesday at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse, NY.   Robert was born in Chateaugay, NY and was the son of Clarence and Mary Harness Furnia. He graduated from Malone High School and Canton ATC. Robert married Claudia Hollis on September 27, 1997. He founded, owned, and operated Furnia Realty, LLC for the past 10 years in Pulaski, NY. Prior he founded, owned, and operated Dairy Concepts, Inc in Marietta, NY for many years. Robert was a member of the Oswego County Board of Realtors, NYS Association of Realtors, The Antique and Classic Boat Society, and Ducks Unlimited.  Bob thoroughly enjoyed life, meeting new people, living on beautiful Lake Ontario, and above all, the many gatherings with his family and friends.  Bob is survived by his wife Claudia, two sons, Robert (Paulette) Furnia Jr., of Skaneateles, NY and Christopher Furnia of Marietta, NY, two brothers, Clarence (Barbara) Furnia of Martin City, MT and William (Nanette) Furnia of Marietta, PA, three sisters, Anna Mae (Harry) Kunsman of Baldwinsville, NY, Helen Marie (William) Peets and Janet (Lloyd) Roscoe both of Chateaugay, NY, six grandchildren, Nicole (Erin), Jared, Justin, Taylor, Garret, and Bradley, one great grandson, Anthony. Robert was predeceased by two brothers John (Marilyn) and Lawrence (Colleen) Furnia.  Calling hours will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. June 1, 2015 at Foster Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park St, Pulaski, NY. Funeral Services will be held at 10 a.m. June 2, 2015 at the Pulaski Congregational Church, 27 Lake St, Pulaski, NY with burial immediately following at the Pulaski Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the American Diabetes Association of CNY, 356 N Midler Ave, Syracuse, NY 13206.  Watertown Daily Times

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Anna R McKinstry Gadway

Birth:   1909

Death:   1972

Biography:

Anna’s Children: Jack Shatraw  Floyd Shatraw Dorothy Burnett  Julia Rotach  Charles Gadway  Linda Wilmott  Ruth Carpenter  Helen Sweet Shirley Green.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  94354867

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Charles M  Gadway Sr

Birth:   1906

Death:   1980

Biography:

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Bessie  Gaffney

Birth:   1895

Death:   1986

Biography:

Plot#  X-338A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317160

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Christopher P.  Gaffney

Birth:   Mar. 30, 1983

Death:   Jan. 4, 2009

Biography:

Christopher P. Gaffney, 25, of Liverpool formerly of Pulaski, died Sunday at his home. He was born March 30, 1983 in Oswego the son of Daniel and Mary Kay Reid Gaffney. He resided in Pulaski from 1985 until 2001. He graduated from Pulaski High School in 2001. He served in the United States Army from 2001 until 2005 serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and Hungary. He was employed by Blackwater USA for the past three years in Iraq doing diplomatic security work. While in high school Chris played football, basketball, cross country and track. He was also an avid Yankees fan, attending many games in recent years. He was a member of Christ Our Light Parish, Pulaski and a life member of Robert Edwards Post #358 American Legion Pulaski. Surviving: his parents, Daniel and Mary Kay of Pulaski; one brother, Brandon Gaffney of Pulaski; one sister, Christina Marie Staves of Plattsburgh; one uncle, James (Joan) Reid of Plattsburgh and two cousins. He is predeceased by one brother, John Charles who died in May 1986. Funeral Mass will be held 11 a.m. Friday at Christ Our Light Parish, Pulaski with a spring burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski. Donations may be made to United Friends of Homeless Animals, Jefferson Street, Pulaski or Robert Edwards Post #358 American Legion County Route 2, Pulaski, NY 13142.    Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 1/7/2009    ===============================================  A graveside committal service with full military honors will be held Saturday, April 25 at 9:30 a.m. in Pulaski Cemetery for Christopher P. Gaffney who died January 4, 2009.    Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 4/23/2009

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Dorothy  Galbraith

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1991

Biography:

Plot#  X-202 & 202A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317161

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Ethel  Galbraith

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1991

Biography:

Plot#  X-202 & 202A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317162

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Laura Hare Galbraith

Birth:   Feb. 18, 1904

Death:   Jun. 11, 1965

Biography:

wife of Roy w   The Pulaski Democrat., August 06, 1975, Page 3, Image 3

Plot#  A-19

Findagrave Memorial ID:  148429687

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Olive A. Galer Galbraith

Birth:   1894

Death:   1975

Biography:

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Ralph S.  Galbraith

Birth:   1894

Death:   1976

Biography:

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Roy W  Galbraith

Birth:   Dec. 1, 1895

Death:   Aug., 1975

Biography:

The Pulaski Democrat., August 06, 1975, Page 3, Image 3

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  143331108

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SSGT Bradford R  Galbraith

Birth:   Apr. 11, 1924

Death:   Nov. 1, 1944

Biography:

Assistant Engineer aboard B-24J Liberator #42-110137. Shot down on mission to Alicante Airdrome on Negros Island, Philippines, to support the invasion of Leyte.  Four other airmen were Killed In Action:  1st Lt.  Martin Roth , Pilot 2nd Lt.  Harry N Elgee , Co-Pilot 2nd Lt.  Albert Klein , Navigator T/Sgt.  Donald J   Kabisch  Inscription: SSGT, 23 AAF BOMB SQ, 5 BOMB GP WORLD WAR II

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Edward Gerald  Gallagher

Birth:   Nov. 26, 1927

Death:   Nov. 26, 2000

Biography:

Edward Gerald Gallagher, 73, of Port Street, Pulaski, died Nov. 26, 2000 at home. Born in Poughkeepsie, he attended Onondaga Community College. He was a bookkeeper for Pulaski Sales and Service. He also served as justice for the town of Richland and village of Pulaski from 1978 to 1988. He was a member of the Service Club, Magistrates Association and Park United Methodist Church. He was a volunteer for Northern Oswego County Ambulance. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. A son, Larry, died in 1968. Surviving are his wife, the former Jacqueline Spath; a daughter, Shonnie Bontomase of Pulaski; a son, Edward of Pulaski; a sister, Arlene Nedrow of Baldwinsville; a brother, Charles of Rome; five grandchildren. Services were held at Taylor-Vida Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Park United Methodist Church, Hubble Street, Pulaski 13142.  The Baldwinsville Messenger 29 November 2000 page 22

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Ella A.  Gallagher

Birth:   1863

Death:   1949

Biography:

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Jacqueline V. Spath Gallagher

Birth:   Feb. 5, 1926

Death:   Nov. 6, 2013

Biography:

Jacqueline V. Gallagher, age 87, life resident of Pulaski, passed away Wednesday at St. Luke’s Nursing Home in Oswego. She was born February 5, 1926 in Pulaski, the daughter of Herbert and Hazel DeGraw Spath. She graduated from Pulaski Academy High School in 1944. She also graduated Community General School of Nursing. Jacqueline married E. Gerald Gallagher on August 29, 1947, and he passed away November 24, 2000. She was employed by Dr. Hugh McChesney as a nurse for 20 years. She was also employed by Schoeller Technical Paper for 10 years. She was a member of Park United Methodist Church in Pulaski. She also played Bridge and enjoyed golfing and camping. Jacqueline was a Goldstar Mother since 1968. Surviving are one son, Edward G. Gallagher Jr. and his companion, Carol Mills of Fulton; one daughter, Shonnie (David) Bontomase of Pulaski; one sister, Joyce Barclay of Pulaski; one brother, Herbert James Spath of Auburn; one sister-in-law, Sue Brosnan of Altmar; five grandchildren, Michelle (Charles) Dailey, Andrew (Diana) Gallagher, Erin Gallagher, Nicole and Lisa Bontomase; two great-grandchildren, Matthew and Megan Dailey and several nieces and nephews. Jacqueline was predeceased by one son, PFC Larry H. Gallagher, who died serving his country in Vietnam on July 25, 1968. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m., Monday, at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski, with burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from noon to 2 p.m. prior to the funeral. Donations may be made to the Pulaski Historical Society, 3428 Maple Ave., Pulaski, NY 13142.  Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Nov. 8 to Nov. 10, 2013

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PFC Larry Herbert  Gallagher

Birth:   Sep. 16, 1948

Death:   Jul. 25, 1968

Biography:

Larry was in the Army Selective Service and began his Vietnam tour May 3, 1968. He was attached to the 1st Cavalry Division, 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, Company B.  He died from wounds he received in a hostile fire fight.  AWARD: Purple Heart  Information obtained from The Coffelt Database of Vietnam Casualties and Ancestry.com.

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Robert J.  Gallagher

Birth:   1864

Death:   1940

Biography:

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  129552164

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Joseph A  Galletta Sr

Birth:   Oct. 10, 1924

Death:   Sep. 24, 2011

Biography:

PFC US Army World War II Philippine Liberation Campaign

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Emma T. Fuller Gardiner

Birth:   May, 1856

Death:   Jan., 1937

Biography:

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Nelson A.  Gardiner

Birth:   Feb. 3, 1855

Death:   Jun. 23, 1917

Biography:

Plot#  Pulaski

Findagrave Memorial ID:  166449914

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Olive E.  Gardiner

Birth:   Mar., 1877

Death:   May, 1894

Biography:

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Ray F.  Gardiner

Birth:   May, 1879

Death:   Jun., 1923

Biography:

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Carlton  Gardner

Birth:   1906

Death:   1979

Biography:

Plot#  X-227A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317163

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Edward  Gardner

Birth:   Jan. 31, 1933

Death:   Sep. 11, 2011

Biography:

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Martha J. Ingersoll Gardner

Birth:   1899

Death:   Jul. 28, 1987

Biography:

Martha J. Gardner   Services for Martha J. Gardner, 88, of 7607 North St., Pulaski, who died Tuesday, July 28, 1987 at Oswego Hospital, were at 10 am Friday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery.   Calling hours were 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, 7385 Park St.   Mrs. Gardner was born in Pulaski. She was a teacher more than 35 years. Her husband, Carlton, died in 1979.   Mrs. Gardner was a member of Park United Methodist Church.   Surviving are a daughter, Betty Stevens of Long Lake Minn., one sister, Mrs. Avery (Ethel) Orton, Tampa Florida; one brother, Charles Ingersoll of Rochester and four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.   Contributions may be made to Northern Oswego County Ambulance.  Source: Pulaski Democrat,  Aug 10, 1987

Plot#  X-227A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  95477582

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Norma V VanAlstyne Gareau

Birth:   Dec. 16, 1916

Death:   38129

Biography:

May 22, 2004 Norma V. Gareau, 87, of Oswego, formerly of Spring Brook Apartments, Pulaski, died Saturday. She was born in Pulaski and graduated from Mexico High School. She was a member of R.S.V.P. and was a past president of Spring Brook Apartments Tenants Association. Her husband Robert died in 1971. Survivors: a daughter, Dolores Gadway, and son, Carl Gareau, both of Pulaski; a brother, Robert VanAlstyne of Oswego; seven grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 1 p.m. Friday, May 28, at North Country Christian Church, Salisbury Street, Lacona, NY. Contributions in Norma’s memory may be made to North Country Christian Church. Traub Funeral Home Central Square

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Robert  Gareau

Birth:   Apr. 4, 1920

Death:   26058

Biography:

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Jane Dustin Gaylord

Birth:   1797

Death:   Oct. 8, 1891

Biography:

Wife of Rev. Miles H. Gaylord.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  166812132

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Jane Dustin Gaylord

Birth:   1797

Death:   Oct. 8, 1891

Biography:

Wife of Rev. Miles H. Gaylord.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  166812099

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Josephene  Gaylord

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 7, 1859

Biography:

Inscription: wife of E. H. Gaylord, age 33 yrs

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339787

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Beverly J.  Gayne

Birth:   10718

Death:   42513

Biography:

Beverly J. Gayne, age 87, life resident of Pulaski passed away Monday at Oswego Hospital. Beverly was born May 5, 1929 in Orwell, the daughter of Floyd and Dorothy Coon Gayne. She graduated from Pulaski High School in 1947. Beverly was employed by Lincoln Bank for 40 years, retiring in 1988. She was a member of the Pulaski Baptist Church.  Surviving are two brothers, Jim (Barb) Gayne of Altmar and Arthur (Debbie) Gayne of Pulaski and one sister, Norma Gregory of Pulaski. She was predeceased by one brother William and two sisters, Millie and Mary.  A Memorial Servicewill be held 4 p.m. Monday, May 30th, at Pulaski Baptist Church, 7 Bridge Street, Pulaski, with burial in Pulaski Cemetery at the family’s convenience. Arrangements by Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski.

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Dorothy Ellen Coon Gayne

Birth:   Oct. 4, 1911

Death:   Aug. 9, 1997

Biography:

Syracuse Herald American (NY) – Sunday, August 10, 1997  Dorothy E. Gayne, 85, of 30 Delano St. died Saturday at her home. She was a life resident of the Pulaski area and a member of St. John the Evangelist Church, Pulaski. Her husband, Floyd, died in 1996. Surviving are three sons, William F. and Arthur F., both of Pulaski, and F. James of Altmar; three daughters, Beverly Gayne, Norma M. Gregory and Mary L. Gayne, all of Pulaski; a brother, Bert L. Coon of Pulaski; 12 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Services are 11 a.m. Tuesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Park Street, Pulaski, the Rev. John Hogan officiating. Burial is in Pulaski Cemetery.  Dorothy E. Gayne State of Issue: New York Date of Birth:  Wednesday  October  04, 1911 Date of Death:  Saturday  August  09, 1997 Est. Age at Death:  85 years, 10 months, 5 days Confirmation:   Proven Last known residence: City:   PulaskiFernwoodPort Ontario County:  Oswego State:  New York

Plot#  0-183A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317165

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Floyd Justus  Gayne

Birth:   Feb. 1, 1907

Death:   Mar. 11, 1996

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, March 12, 1996  Floyd J. Gayne, 89, of Deerfield Apartments died Monday at Pontiac Nursing Home, Oswego, after a long illness. A native of Watertown, Mr. Gayne lived in Pulaski since 1932. He retired in 1986 after 15 years as a self-employed carpenter and electrician. He was previously employed 10 years with Nolan’s Machine Shop and 13 years with Plant’s Electrical Shop. Mr. Gayne was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church. Surviving are his wife, the former Dorothy Coon; three sons, William F. and Arthur F., both of Pulaski, and F. James of Altmar; three daughters, Beverly Gayne, Norma M. Gregory and Mary L. Gayne, all of Pulaski; two brothers, Arthur of Watertown and Vernon of Florida; a sister, Margaret Van Alystyne of Watertown; 12 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. John the Evangelist Church, the Rev. John Hogan officiating. Spring burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  O-183A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317166

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Mary Lou  Gayne

Birth:   Dec. 24, 1934

Death:   Nov. 20, 2014

Biography:

Mary Lou Gayne, age 79, life resident of Pulaski, passed away Thursday at Seneca Hill Manor in Oswego. Mary Lou was born December 24, 1934 in Syracuse, the daughter of Floyd and Dorothy Coon Gayne. She graduated from Pulaski High School in 1952. Mary Lou was a member of the Pulaski Baptist Church. Surviving are two brothers, Jim (Barb) Gayne of Altmar and Arthur (Debbie) Gayne of Pulaski, and two sisters, Beverly Gayne and Norma Gregory, both of Pulaski. Mary Lou was predeceased by a brother, William and sister, Millie. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m., Sunday, November 30, at the Pulaski Baptist Church, Bridge Street, Pulaski with a spring burial in Pulaski Cemetery. Arrangements by Foster- Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street in Pulaski.   Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Nov. 24 to Nov. 25, 2014

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  139209074

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Grant  Geddes

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1998

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, June 2, 1998  The funeral for Grant Geddes, 86, a resident of the Carthage Area Hospital’s Skilled Nursing Unit, formerly of Maple Manor Adult Home, Pulaski, will be at 4 p.m. today at Bossuot-Lundy Funeral Home with the Rev. Darlene A. Jensen, co-pastor of New Life Fellowship Church, officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery. Mr. Geddes died Sunday morning in the Skilled Nursing Unit of Carthage Area Hospital, where he had resided since May 1990. Calling hours are 2 to 4 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mr. Geddes was born March 10, 1912, at Saranac Lake, son of Guy and Lucy Rom Gedde. He has lived in various health care facilities for many years. Surviving is a son, Lawrence, address unknown.

Plot#  X-411C

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317167

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Josephine E. Kenyon George

Birth:   Oct. 8, 1915

Death:   Aug. 17, 2007

Biography:

Josephine E. Parkhurst George, 91, Bluffton, S.C., formerly of Pulaski and Huntington, Long Island, died Friday at Coastal Carolina Medical Center, Hardeeville, S.C. Mrs. George was a master teacher at Oswego State Teachers College for 20 years and had last taught at Garden City Schools on Long Island. Born Oct. 8, 1915, in Pulaski, daughter of Charles and Lefa Williams Kenyon, she graduated from Pulaski High School in 1933 and later from Syracuse University. She married Clifton A. George on June 27, 1965, at Minetto with the Rev. Charles T. Holcombe officiating. She was a member and past president of the Women’s Relief Corps and a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and Park United Methodist Church. Surviving is her husband. A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Pulaski Cemetery with the Rev. Brian S. Homan officiating.  The Watertown Daily Times Tuesday, August 21, 2007

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  21068411

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Edith M  Giannetti

Birth:   1926

Death:   1982

Biography:

Plot#  O-220

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317168

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Michael  Giannetti

Birth:   1923

Death:   Jun. 13, 2001

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, June 15, 2001  Michael Giannetti, 78, of 80 North St.,Pulaski,died Wednesday at Oswego Hospital. He was born in Scranton, Pa. He owned the Bay View Inn, Sandy Creek, for 15 years, and previously owned a construction company in Vestal and worked at Endicott Johnson. He was a former president of the Sandy Pond Sportsmen’s Club. He was a Marine Corps veteran. His wife, the former Edith Lawrence, died in 1982. Survivors: His companion, Verda Sperati; two daughters, Linda Ocilka of Orlando, Fla., and Sharon Haulenbeek of Raleigh, N.C.; a sister, Angeline Hastings of Vestal; two brothers, Joseph of Endicott and Anthony of Cape Coral, Fla.; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery

Plot#  0-220

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317169

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Charles J.  Gibbs

Birth:   Aug. 23, 1890

Death:   Jul. 1, 1972

Biography:

Charles J. Gibbs, 81, of Peck Rd., Richland died July 1 in Evergreen Nursing Home, where he was a patient for 9 days.    Born August 23, 1890, Gibbs attended Pulaski High School. He was later employed by Tollner Box Factory; Fred R. Jones Construction Co.; and William P. Curtis and sons. Gibbs was the first man in Pulaski to run a motion picture machine.   In 1914 he married Cecile Smith. She succumbed in October 1953.   Gibbs is survived by one son, Louis Gibbs of Richland, one daughter, Mrs. Charles (Alice) Wilson of Syr., and three grandchildren.   Funeral services were held Wednesday, July 5, at 1 p.m. at Foster-Hax Funeral Home.   Burial was in Pulaski Cemetery with Rev. Ray Wilhams officiating.   Source: Pulaski Democrat, July 12 1972

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  97135648

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Dorothy  Gibbs

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1995

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, August 12, 1995  Dorothy M. Gibbs, 65, of Peck Road died Thursday at Andrew Michaud Nursing Home, Fulton. A native of Pittsfield, Mass., Mrs. Gibbs lived in Boylston before moving to Richland in 1949. She was a graduate of Sandy Creek High School. She was a member and past president of Robert Edwards Post 358 American Legion in Pulaski. She also was a member of the Richland Fire Department’s Women’s Auxiliary. Surviving are her husband, Lewis P.; two daughters, Nancy L. Bice of Pulaski and Ella M. Gibbs of Richland; her mother, Blanch Snyder of Boylston; three sisters, Patricia Goslin of Florida, and Elizabeth Snyder and Joan Stacy, both of Boylston; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, the Rev. Elizabeth Mowry officiating. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  P-74 & 74

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317170

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Lewis  Gibbs

Birth:   unknown

Death:   1997

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, April 22, 1997  Lewis P. Gibbs, 81, of 249 Peck Road died Sunday at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Syracuse. He was born in Pulaski and lived most of his life in Richland. He was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II, serving from 1941-45. Mr. Gibbs worked 20 years for the town of Richland Highway Department. He was a life member and past commander of Robert Edwards Post 358 American Legion, Pulaski, and a member of the Richland Fire Department. His wife, the former Dorothy Snyder, died in 1995. Surviving are two daughters, Ella M. Gibbs of Richland and Nancy L. Bice of Pulaski; and five grandchildren. Services are 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, the Rev. Elizabeth Mowry officiating. Burial is in Pulaski Cemetery.

Plot#  P-74 & 74

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317171

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Luthera  Gibbs

Birth:   unknown

Death:   May 11, 1839

Biography:

Inscription: wife of Joseph Gibbs, age 37 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339789

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Samuel  Gibbs

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Aug. 5, 1820

Biography:

Inscription: age 60 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339788

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Diane  Gilbert

Birth:   1939

Death:   Nov. 25, 2001

Biography:

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, November 27, 2001  Diane E. DeLacey Gilbert, 62, of 28 Salina St., Lacona, died Sunday. Born in Watertown, she lived in Pulaski and Brownville before moving to Lacona in 1969. She graduated from Brownville-Glen Park High School in 1957 and was a homemaker. She was a member of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church in Lacona and its Rosary Society. Survivors: Her husband of 39 years, Richard J.; a daughter, Janet M. Darou of Mannsville; four sons, William R. of Roy, Utah, Gregory J. of Boylston, Michael C. of Nelson and Daniel G. of Jamesville; two sisters, Barbara McLean of Tucson, Ariz., and Janet Owens of Waynesboro, Va.; three brothers, John DeLacey of Hilton Head, S.C., Charles DeLacey of North Fort Myers, Fla., and Richard DeLacey of Virginia Beach, Va.; five grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church. Burial, Pulaski Cemetery

Plot#  X-237A

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317172

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Elizabeth G.  Gilbert

Birth:   unknown

Death:   Jul. 12, 1850

Biography:

Inscription: age 50 yrs

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339791

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Helen M  Gilbert

Birth:   1891

Death:   1985

Biography:

Plot#  AA-12

Findagrave Memorial ID:  143317173

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Hezekiah  Gilbert

Birth:   1802

Death:   Jan. 12, 1865

Biography:

The cemetery records indicate that Mr. Gilbert is buried in Section A Lot 47. The caretaker confirmed there is no family or individual marker in that lot.  Inscription: age 63 yrs

Plot#  Section A Lot 47

Findagrave Memorial ID:  20339790

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Louis F  Gilbert

Birth:   1918

Death:   1963

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  163840634

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Louis W  Gilbert

Birth:   1889

Death:   1964

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  163840525

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Malcom M  Gilbert

Birth:   Mar. 2, 1915

Death:   Mar. 6, 1915

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  163840745

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Charles E.  Gilson

Birth:   Jan. 14, 1838

Death:   Jul. 12, 1928

Biography:

Corporal, Company A, 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry. Age, 24 years. Enlisted, August 6, 1862, at Greenwich, to serve three years; mustered in as private, September 4, 1862; promoted corporal, May 1, 1863; mustered out with company, June 8, 1865, near Washington, D.C. Born January 14, 1838 and died July 12, 1928. Buried in the Pulaski Village Cemetery, Pulaski, New York.

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Findagrave Memorial ID:  144505396

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Geraldine  Gilson

Birth:   1925

Death:   1996

Biography:

Plot#

Findagrave Memorial ID:  159351807

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Harold Adams “Pete”  Gilson Sr

Birth:   Oct. 8, 1921

Death:   Sep. 19, 2002

Biography:

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, September 20, 2002  Harold A. “Pete” Gilson Jr., 80, of 36 North St., died Thursday at his home. Mr. Gilson retired in 1981 after 14 years as a machinist at P&K Manufacturing, now Metal Tech, and previously had been a bartender at the former Log Cabin Restaurant. He also was a carpenter for several area contractors for many years. He lived in Pulaski most of his life and was a member of Robert Edwards American Legion Post 358 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7289. He also was a former Little League coach and the mascot and a player for the Pulaski Panthers Baseball Team. He enjoyed hunting. Born Oct. 8, 1921, at Oswego, son of Harold A. Sr. and Luella Allen Gilson, he graduated in 1940 from Pulaski Academy and Central School in its first graduating class since centralization. He served in the Navy during World War II from 1943 to 1946 aboard the USS LST 577 in the Pacific theater. He married Geraldine Simser on Aug. 21, 1948, at Pulaski Methodist parsonage with the Rev. James N. Pauley officiating. She died April 7, 1996. Surviving are a daughter, Bonnie L. Loomis, Pulaski; three sons, Gary A., Scriba, Edw