Findagrave Woodlawn

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Marie JC —-

unknown – unknown

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Myrtle B. —-

1887 – 1952

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Robert —-

1882 – 1962

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FindAGrave Memorial# 18929184

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Elmer E. Ackerman

December 28, 1874 – June 23, 1924 Son of Edwin E. Ackerman and Sarah A. Bartlett Ackerman, Husband of Sylvia M. Flinn Ackerman

ELMER E. ACKERMAN

“God calls our loved ones, but we lose not wholly What He hath given. They live on earth, in thought and deed as truly

As in His Heaven.”

We lose sight of the physical form, the voice we loved to hear is still, but memory of what they were to us, makes real to the heart their presence. They are yonder and we here, yet not so far away, that we cannot feel the touch of the vanished hand. Elmer E. Ackerman entered the unseen world, Monday at 8 a.m., June 23, 1924, at his home in Lacona. The news of his departure brought sorrow to the many friends who loved him, and cast a gloom over the community, where as a citizen he was highly respected. He was a native

of the town of Boylston, born December 28, 1875. His parents were Edwin and Sarah Bartlett Ackerman, who departed this life not long since. He was united in marriage to Miss Sylvia Flinn, Morristown, April 19, 1889, who survives him. He is also survived by an only sister, Mrs. Fred I. Guy, Lacona. For the past 16 years he successfully conducted a general store in Lacona, where his name was synonymous with integrity and uprightness. He enjoyed to the fullest extent the confidence of his customer. Those who dealt with him,

knew that he did business on the square. His health showed signs of impairness four years ago, and despite his own wonderful courage, and the best medical help the inevitable

came to pass. He wanted to live, and had everything to live for, but he who knoweth best decreed otherwise.

“His obsequies were held at his late home, Wednesday afternoon, June 25.” A concourse of people met to pay their last tribute of respect to what was mortal of him. The moistened eyes spoke impressively of the place he occupied in the affection of those present. Rev. T.T. Davies conducted the funeral services. Burial in the family lot at Woodlawn cemetery. The floral tribute was elaborate and

beautiful, and this added to the silent tread, and subdued voice of the mourners spoke, volumes of the real worth of the one called away. He loved nature, and saw the handiwork

of the Creator in mountain, river and forest and in this wonderful temple he paid obeisance to the God who is all in all. He had a kind heart, no one in need appealed to him in vain. A man whom to know was to love.

“Rest in peace, and may thy slumber be sweet.”

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 26, 1924

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George H. Ackerman

March 14, 1857 – May 19, 1920 Husband of Ola Servis Ackerman Plot: O

George H. Ackerman – Leading Business Man – Died Early Wednesday Morning – Built Ontario Bay House and May Cottages In Grove – In Mercantile Trade For Quarter Century

George Henry Ackerman one of the leading citizens and business men of Lacona, passed away at his home on Salina St., in that village Wednesday morning about 7 o’clock. Mr. Ackerman had enjoyed usual health until last fall when he found that he was suffering from cancerous growth. An operation prolonged his life several months and he was given every attention by his immediate family. For several weeks he was a patient at Crouse Irving Hospital in Syracuse. So strong was his vitality and heart action that he gained strength and was brought home. The first intimation that his friends had of an impending end to his earthly activities was the announcement by himself that he had but a short time to live and that he would not be here this summer. During the last two years he has been engaged in lumbering in Parish and took the usual interest in the affairs of the Ontario Bay House, managed by his son.

Mr. Ackerman was the son of John and Catherine Ackerman and was born March 14, 1857 at Newville, below Little Falls. N.Y. With his parents as a boy he moved to the Black Lake country in St. Lawrence county and later to Boylston, the family settling near Boylston Center. He was educated in the district schools and in Sept., 1879, when 22 years of age, he was married to Miss Ola Servis, of Boylston, who with one son, H. W. Ackerman survives. Another son, Frederick, died in 1890, aged 8 years.

Mr. Ackerman’s business career began in 1886 when he ran a grocery cart for J. S. Robbins & Son for four seasons and then opened a store where his nephew, Elmer E. Ackerman, is now in business. He continued in this business for ten or fifteen years, three of which he was in trade at Adams Center. Mr. Ackerman was always a ready dealer not alone in merchandise but frequently disposed of his stock. Fifteen years ago he purchased the Bishop grove on Ontario Bay and began the development of this tract as a summer resort. Nine years ago he built the Ontario Bay House which became one of our most popular summer hotels. He was also interested in lumbering a 900 acre tract in Redfield. Mr. Ackerman was a Maccabee, carrying a $1000 Insurance, an Odd Fellow and a member of the M. E. Church.

The funeral will be held Friday at 2 o’clock at the pleasant home where he had spent so many companionable hours surrounded by his family. Rev. E. D. Carpenter and Rev. W.J. Hart will officiate, burial in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, May 20, 1920 Sandy Creek News

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Harma W. Ackerman

June 20, 1880 – July 29, 1942 Son of George H. Ackerman and Ola Servis Ackerman, Husband of Violet Pratt Ackerman

Newspaper Obituary – Wednesday, July 29, 1942 Sandy Creek News – H. W. Ackerman Dies Following Short Illness – Harma W. Ackerman, well known Lacona resident for over fifty years, died about 6 p. m. Tuesday, July 28, 1942 at the Oswego County Sanatorium where he had been employed the past ten years. A heart condition was responsible for his death although he had been critically ill only since Monday night, having been stricken while visiting his mother, Mrs. Ola Ackerman, at their Lacona home. Mr. Ackerman was born in the Town of Boylston June 20, 1880, the son of the late George Ackerman and of Mrs. Ola Seryis Ackerman. When he was six the family came to Lacona where he had since lived. He attended Sandy Creek grade and high school. November 23, 1904, he was married to Miss Viola Pratt, daughter of Foster S. Pratt and the late Mrs. Pratt of Lacona, one daughter Doris, being born to them. Mr. Ackerman was one of the well known business men of the county and had served his town and country in a number of responsible political offices. When a young man he was associated for a while with his father, the late George H. Ackerman in the grocery store now owned by Mrs. Sylvia Ackerman and he was later in business with his father-in-law Foster S. Pratt, local undertaker. He was one of the first to enter the summer hotel business at Ontario Bay and operated the Ontario Bay House, one of the best known summer resorts in this area, from 1905 until 1929 when he sold it. Mr. Ackerman’s father, the late George H. Ackerman, was the pioneer in developing the summer resort business at Ontario Bay, having purchased the Bishop Grove which became known as Ackerman’s Grove, a name which still clings to the area. A Republican in politics, Mr. Ackerman served two terms as collector of the Town Of Sandy Creek and from 1921 to 1929 was town supervisor. While on the board he served as chairman and was also chairman of the highway committee. While serving as chairman of the highway committee he was appointed acting Oswego County Highway Superintendent following the death of Bert Howard. Mr. Ackerman filled out Mr. Howard’s unexpired term of a year and a half. From 1933 to 1935 he was treasurer of the Sandy Creek Fair Association. For the last ten years he has been employed by the Oswego County Sanatorium where he assisted the purchasing agent in the buying, and also did the driving. He was formerly active in the Lacona fire department and the I.O.O.F. at Lacona and at one time was Noble Grand of this order. At the time of his death he was a member of Sandy Creek Lodge No. 564 F & A. M. and of the Sandy Creek Methodist church. Mr. Ackerman is survived by his mother, Mrs. Ola Ackerman; by his widow, Mrs. Viola Ackerman; one daughter, Mrs. Arthur Nicholson of Syracuse, and two grandchildren, Bill and Mary Nicholson. Funeral services will be conducted at the home at 2 p.m. Friday. Rev. Herbert Harrison pastor of Sandy Creek Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

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Lottie Ackerman

1842 – September 11, 1913

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Ola Servis Ackerman

March 16, 1863 – June 30, 1944 Daughter of William and Julia Servis, Wife of George H. Ackerman

Mrs. Ola Ackerman Dies at Age of 81

Funeral services for Mrs. Ola Ackerman, 81, who died at her home in Lacona Friday afternoon, June 30 1944, were held from the home Monday at 2 p. m., with Rev. Herbert Harrison, pastor ot the Methodist .Church, officiating. Burial was In

Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Mrs. Ackerman was born in Lisbon, St. Lawrence county, March 16, 1863, a daughter of the late William and Julia Servis. When a child she moved with her parents to Boylston where she attended school.

On Sept. 7, 1879, she was married to George H. Ackerman, member of a pioneer family of Boylston. Two children were born to the couple, Harma Ackerman, who died in 1943, and Fred Ackerman who died in childhood.

In 1886, the Ackerman family moved to Sandy Creek where she since made her home.

In 1905; when operation of summer resort sites started to flourish, Mr. Ackerman purchased property on Ontario Bay and conducted the Ackerman hotel there until his death in 1920. His son, Harma, continued in the business for some time.

During the last few years, Mrs. Ackerman had spent summers in Lacona and winters in Syracuse with her granddaughter, Mrs. Nicholson.

She was a member of the local Methodist church, Mistletoe Rebekah Lodge and the former Coterie club of Lacona.

Survivors are a granddaughter, Mrs. Arthur L. Nicholson, Syracuse; two great grandchildren, Bill and Mary Nicholson, Syracuse; a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Harma Ackerman, Lacona, and nephews and nieces.

Source: Sandy Creek News, July 5, 1944

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Sylvia M. Flinn Ackerman

May 29, 1879 – December 13, 1949 Daughter of John and Louise Eager Flinn, Wife of Elmer E. Ackerman

Sandy Creek news., December 15, 1949, Page 1, Image 1

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Violet Pratt Ackerman

September 13, 1886 – March 8, 1974 Daugher of Foster and Evelyn Marsh Pratt, Wife of Harma W. Ackerman

Mrs. Ackerman of Pulaski Dies

Viola Pratt Ackerman, 87, of 7555 Broad St. Pulaski, passed away on March 8 at Lee Memorial Hospital in Fulton. She was born on Sept 13, 1886 in Orwell, the daughter of Foster and Evelyn Marsh Pratt. She attended school in Orwell. Her late husband, Harma W. Ackerman owned and operated a hotel at Sandy Pond for many years. Mrs. Ackerman was a nurse at the Oswego County Sanitarium in Orwell until her retirement. She was a 50 year member of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church and a member of the Lake Ontario Chapter O.E.S at Sandy Creek. Mrs. Ackerman was also a member of the Pulaski Civic Club. She is survived by: one daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Doris) Nicholson of Syracuse; two grandchildren, William Nicholson of Truxton, N.Y. and Mrs. Robert (Mary) Ray of E. Syracuse, 4 great grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. S. W. Hagan of pulaski. Services were held at 11 a.m Monday, March 4, at the Foster Hax Funeral Home in Pulaski with the Rev. Edwin A. Potter officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Newspaper Obituary – March 13, 1974 Pulaski Democrat

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Alice A. Reed Ackley

1922 – 1990 Plot: U

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Donald A. Ackley

March 24, 1920 – October 9, 1995

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, October 10, 1995

Deceased Name: RETIRED FARMER DONALD A. ACKLEY DIES AT 75

Donald A. Ackley, 75, of 9187 Powers Ave., retired farmer, died at 5 a.m. Monday at Genesis HealthCare, Watertown, where he had resided since Dec. 30.

The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Carpenter-Stoodley Funeral Home, Belleville. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

Surviving are his wife, Alice A.; two sons, Donald E., Rodman, and Clinton A., Watertown; three daughters, Mrs. Fred (Amelia) Russell, Syracuse, Mrs. Leo (Louise) Russell, Kissimmee, Fla., and Mrs. Michael (Edna) Stevens, Lacona; two brothers, Robert, Adams Center, and John, Parish; two sisters, Anne Randall, Watertown, and Rosella Ackley, Florida; 14 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

A sister, Janet Brasie, died previously.

Born March 24, 1920, in the town of Worth, son of Ralph and Edna Norman Ackley, he attended school in Worth and worked for Harvey Hoan of Henderson before entering the Army in 1940.

He served five years during World War II in the European Theater of Operations and married Alice A. Reed on March 13, 1946, in the parsonage of the Adams Congregational Church with the Rev. William Aubry officiating.

Mr. Ackley worked for Carrier Corp., Syracuse, for several years, and also for Oberdorfer Industries Inc., Syracuse.

Before moving to Belleville in 1960, he worked on the dairy farm of Willis Green for 22 years. Mr. Ackley retired in 1982.

He and his wife resided at Country View Apartments, Adams, for a time and, in 1991, moved to their home in Lacona.

Mr. Ackley was a member of the Adams Veterans of Foreign Wars and enjoyed hunting and fishing.

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Lois I. Snyder Adner

February 5, 1940 – October 3, 2013 Daughter of Christopher and Anna Peebles Snyder, Wife of Andrew Adner

Lois I. Adner, 73, of Sandy Creek and formerly of Lowville and Copenhagen passed away Thursday at Lewis County Residential Health Care Facility in Lowville. Born Feb. 5, 1940 in Lowville, daughter of the late Christopher & Anna Peebles Snyder. She was educated in Copenhagen School. Married to Andrew D. Adner on Dec. 11, 1971 in Copenhagen. They came to Sandy Creek in 1972. She was employed by Howard Johnsons in Syracuse for 20 years and then Sandy Creek Central School until retiring in 2002.

Survived by her husband, Andrew; a daughter, Susan (Stephen) Gray of Copenhagen; two sons, Darwin Elliot of Osceola, Dale Elliot of Parish; four sisters, Louise Allen of Croghan, Doris Makuch of Calcium, Gertrude Williams of East Syracuse, Valerie Larribee of Champion; two brothers, Ernest Snyder of Copenhagen, Gerald Snyder of Copenhagen; 5 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by a son Dean Elliot and 8 brothers and sisters.

Funeral services will be held at 11 AM, Monday at Summerville Funeral Home in Sandy Creek with Rev. Linda Taber officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Watertown Daily Times PUBLISHED: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2013 AT 4:30 AM

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Annie Pamelia Porter Ainsworth

1850 – April 14, 1927

Annie Pamelia (Porter) Ainsworth was the daughter of Nelson B. and Fidelia (Dixon) Porter of the Lehigh District, southeast of Pulaski, New York. She was educated in the Valley Seminary and Pulaski Academy. She married Danforth E. Ainsworth in 1874 at Waterloo, Iowa, where she was then teaching school. The Annie P. Ainsworth Memorial Library in Sandy Creek, New York is named in her honor. Prior to his death, Mr. Ainsworth transferred his personal library of more than 2,000 volumes to the library.

The Pulaski Democrat., April 20, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

Sandy Creek news., April 28, 1927, Page 5, Image 5

Sandy Creek news., April 21, 1927, Page 1, Image 1

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Danforth E Ainsworth

November 29, 1848 – October 26, 1927

Sandy Creek news., October 27, 1927, Page 1, Image 1

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Henry Ainsworth

February 22, 1815 – December 30, 1897

Sandy Creek news., December 30, 1897, Page 5, Image 5

The Watertown herald., January 08, 1898, Page 4, Image 4

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Juliet West Ainsworth

July 9, 1841 – June 19, 1916 Wife of Henry Ainsworth Plot: N

MRS. JULIET AINSWORTH

Monday evening at ten o’clock, after a long illness, Mrs. Juliet Ainsworth passed peacefully into the long sleep, “from which no mortal wakes to weep”. Mrs. Ainsworth was born in the town of Orwell, July 9, 1841, making her nearly seventy-five years of age. She was the daughter of Ira A. and Julia West. When sixteen years of age she came to Sandy Creek to reside. At the age of twenty-one she was united in marriage with William Widrig who died thirty-four years ago, leaving one daughter Julia, who is the wife of Postmaster Gilson D. Wart, and who has been her mother’s constant companion and cared for her with loving devotion through her declining years, Thirty-two years ago she was married to Henry Ainsworth who died eighteen years ago.

Mrs. Ainsworth was loved and esteemed by a large circle of friends. She was a member of the Methodist church and A. J. Barney Relief Corps. Besides her daughter and two grandsons, she is survived by one sister, Mrs. Celia Seamans, of Pulaski, and one brother, William West, of this village.

Her funeral was held from the home, this afternoon, at three o’clock, Rev. W. M. Hydon, of Gouverneur, N. Y., officiating, assisted by Rev. T. T. Davies. Burial in Sandy Creek cemetery.

Friends were present from Rome, Pulaski and Orwell.

Obituary from The Sandy Creek News, Thurs. Jun 22, 1916

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Mary Gertrude Ainsworth

1843 – January, 1870

1843-1870. Dau. of Henry & Philena Ainsworth.

The Pulaski Democrat., January 27, 1870, Page 2, Image 2

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Philena H Allen Ainsworth

1823 – August, 1882 Plot: S

1823-1882. Wife of Henry Ainsworth.

The Pulaski Democrat., August 10, 1882, Page 3, Image 3

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Jerry W. Albro

December 31, 1927 – March 23, 1993 Plot: S

JERRY W ALBRO 31 Dec 1927 23 Mar 1993 65 Titusville, Brevard, FL 32780 (not specified) New York 087-20-3532

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, April 1, 1993

Jeremiah William Albro, 65, Anderson, S.C., a native of Watertown, died March 23 at the Anderson Area Medical Center.

Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, at the convenience of the family.

Arrangements are with McDougald’s Funeral Home, Anderson.

Surviving are his wife, JoAnn; three sons, Jerry, Daytona Beach, Fla., Richard, San Diego, Calif., and Michael, Titusville, Fla.; three daughters, Linda Albro, Daytona Beach, Sherry A. Morley, Charleston, S.C., and Karen Kakanis, Titusville; 10 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; three brothers, Francis and David DeMar, both of Watertown, and Douglas DeMar, Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Eldon (Diane) Loiselle, Watertown, and Mrs. Sam (Melody) Lemonds, North Carolina, and several nieces and nephews.

Born in Watertown, Dec. 31, 1927, a son of Jerry and Irene Albro DeMar, he attended Watertown High School and married JoAnn Stevens of Lacona Dec. 20, 1955. He had previously been married.

Mr. Albro moved to South Carolina several years ago and was employed as a consultant at Swarco Industries until his retirement.

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Joanne M. Albro

1936 – unknown Plot: Q

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John Hugh Alexander

July 12, 1918 – July 18, 1944

Sandy Creek news., August 09, 1944, Page 1, Image 1

1918-July 18, 1944 in France. Co. A 39th Inf. 9th Div. WWII.

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Malcolm S. Alexander

July 26, 1907 – February 6, 1971 Son of Robert Bruce and Myrtle Burlingame Alexander Plot: Q

Newspaper Obituary – February 11, 1971 Sandy Creek News – Mac Alexander Dies In Florida – Ontario Bay – Residents here were saddened to received word of the death of Malcolm S. Alexander, 62, of Punta Gorda Hts., Fla. which occured at his home, Feb. 5, 1971. Born July 26, 1908 in Dexter he was the son of Robert and Myrtle Burlingame Alexander. He was a fine carpenter and built several homes in this area as well as in Florida, learning the trade from his father. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Luther (Emma) Ridgeway, Webster; two brothers, William, Punta Gorda, Fla., and Donald Alexander of Ilion. Another brother Hugh was killed while serving in World War II. Services will be held at O’Brien Funeral Home, Sandy Creek this Thursday, Feb. 11 at 1 p.m. with Rev. Ivan Greenfield officiating. Burial will be in the spring at Woodlawn Cemetery

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Myrtle Burlingame Alexander

June 6, 1887 – August 15, 1952 Daughter of Wallace and Emma Sprague Burlingame

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, August 21, 1952 Pulaski Democrat – Sandy Pond Lady Dies In Hospital – Mrs. Myrtle Alexander, 65, wife of Robert Alexander, and a resident of Sandy Pond for the past 18 years, died Friday in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where she had been a patient five days. Funeral services were held from the Weston & Woodard funeral home in Sandy Creek, Monday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Winton Halstead, pastor of the Sandy Creek Methodist Church, officiating. Interment was made in Woodlawn cemetery. Surviving besides her husband are three sons, Malcom of Sandy Pond, William of Dexter, and Donald Alexander of Ilion; a daughter, Mrs. Luther Ridgeway of Rush; and a sister, Mrs. Grace Purseglove of Three Mile Bay and ten grandchildren. Another son, Hugh Alexander was killed July 19, 1944 while serving with the Army in France. Mrs. Alexander was born in Dexter, June 6, 1887, a daughter of Wallace and Emma Sprague Burlingame. Her early life was spent in Dexter and she attended schools there. She was married to Mr. Alexander Aug. 9, 1906 in Brownville. The couple moved to Sandy Pond in 1933. She was a member of the Presbyterian church of Dexter, the Lake Ontario Chapter O.E.S. of Sandy Creek, the Rebekahs of Dexter, the Gold Star Mothers and the auxilary to Cable Trail Post VFW.

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Robert Bruce Alexander

August 30, 1880 – July 6, 1962

Newspaper Obituary – July 12, 1963 Sandy Creek News – Town Assessor Expires After Brief Illness – Robert Alexander, assessor of the town of Sandy Creek for 16 years, died July 6, 1962 at Oswego Hospital where he had been under treatment since June 18 following a coronary attack. He had been a resident of Ontario Bay for more than 13 years and for the past several years had passed the winters in Punta Gorda Heights, Fla, where he was associated with his son in the building contracting business. Born In Scotland – Robert Bruce Alexander was born Aug. 30, 1880 in Edinbugh, Scotland, son of John and Ann Sinclair Alexander. As a boy he came to Canada, residing at Huntington and Summerstown, Ontario. He entered the United States at the age of 19 and became a naturalized citizen in 1911. On Aug 9. 1906 he married at Brownville to Miss Myrtle Burlingame daughter of Wallace and Emma Sprague Burlingame of Dexter. She died August 15, 1952. During their married life they resided in Canada and Dexter before coming to Sandy Creek in 1932. For some years they lived on the Scenic where Wm. Koster resides, continuing in the farming occupation, but later built a home at Ontario Bay, moving there previous to 1949. He was a member of the Sandy Creek Methodist Church, Sandy Pond Sportsman’s Association, Sandy Creek Lodge F&AM from which he had received a 50 year pin, and a former member of the Odd Fellows of Dexter. An active member of Sandy Creek Grange, he served as master of many degree teams. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at the Weston and Woodard funeral home, the Rev. Richard Northrop officiating. A Masonic service was conducted Monday evening. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery. Bearers were Harold Tifft, Frank Miles, Hugh Allen, Frank Golding, Edward Kappesser and Robert Parker. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Luther (Emma) Ridgeway of Williamsville; three sons, Malcolm and William of Punta Gorda Heights, Fla., and Donald of Ilion. A son T/Sgt John Hugh Alexander was killed in the battle of St. Lo, France during World War II. Suriving also included ten grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, a brother, William Alexander of Cornwall, Ontario, and several nieces and nephews. – Memorial Gift – Friend and neighbors of Mr. Alexander contributed $60 which was given in his memory to the Elmo Cole Scholarship fund.

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Clifford H. “Cliff” Allard

November 15, 1876 – June 20, 1909 Son of Henry A. and Ella S. Near Allard

CLIFFORD H. ALLARD

Clifford H. Allard of Watertown was buried from the home of his sister, Mrs. C.W. Jamerson, Sunday, June 20 at 2 o’clock, p.m., He was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allard and was born in Sandy Creek November 15, 1876 and died June 18, 1909. He was married seven years ago to Miss Bertha Lettau of Burlihgton, Iowa, where he was a trainman on the B.C.R.& N. railroad. He has made his home in Watertown the past six years. He made friends wherever he went, and people knew him to like him. He leaves to leaves to mourn him besides his wife, two children, F. Clayton, aged five years, and Marion aged one year, his father, mother and sister. His death comes as an extremely hard blow, as only eight years ago the other son, Clayton, was shot down in the Philippine Islands. His funeral was largely attended by friends. The male quartette of the M.E. church sang, and Rev. Hyden had charge of the service. He was laid to rest in the family plot in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: The Sandy Creek News, July 1, 1909

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Ella S. Near Allard

July 3, 1854 – February, 1932

BURIAL SERVICE IN SANDY CREEK

Mrs. Henry A. Allard of Watertown, Was Native of Village

SANDY CREEK, Feb. 23— Burial of Mrs. Ella. S. Allard. 77, native of Sandy Creek, was held at the family plot in Sandy Creek cemetery Tuesday afternoon, following services at her home, 147 Union street, Watertown. Mrs. Allard who was the wife of Henry A. Allard, died at the home Saturday, her 59th wedding anniversary. She had attended several meetings of women’s organisations Friday.

Mrs. Allard was born here July 3, 1854, daughter of the late Benjamin and Sophia Tremaine Near, and received her education in the Sandy Creek schools. Her early life was spent in Sandy Creek and Lacona. February 20, 1873 she was married in Pulaski to Mr. Allard, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. William Watson of that village. Mr. and Mrs. Allard had lived in Watertown the past 35 years.

Surviving Mrs. Allard, besides her husband, are a daughter, Mrs. Daisy Jamerson, Watertown; three sisters, Mrs. Alfred Thompson and Miss Lillian Near, both of Sandy Creek, and Mrs. A.H. Tiffany of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; four grandchildren, Clayton F. Allard, Pierrepont Manor; Earl W. Jamerson, Lacona; Dorothy M. Jamerson, this city; Marlon E. Allard. Albany; two nephews, Leon D. Hanchette and Deforest Hanchette both of Brownville; two nieces. Mrs. Alice Bacon, Gouverneur, and Mrs. Muriel Dewey, Iowa City, Iowa.

Other relatives include a cousin, Mrs.C.B. Upton, Pulaski, who with Mr. Upton went to Watertown upon receiving news of the death.

Source: Oswego Palladium Times, Feb 23, 1932

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Henry A. Allard

April 1, 1852 – June 11, 1945 Plot: U

Henry Allard, 93 Dies in Watertown

Henry A. Allard, 93, one oF Watertown’s oldest citizens and widely known horse dealer, died June 11, 1945, at his home. Until recently he had enjoyed good health. Funeral services were held at a Watertown funeral home Wednesday afternoon with Dr. George Harlan McClung, pastor of Asbury Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Surviving Mr. Allard are a daughter, Mrs. Daisy E. Jamerson of Adams, who had been with him for about a year; four grandchildren; eleven great grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren, and a half-sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Packwood Buchanan of Watettown. A brother, Frederick H. Allarld, 82, died May 9 in Watertown. His wife, Mrs. Ella S. Near Allard, died February 20, 1932. A son, Clayton Allard, served in the Spanish-American war, the Boxer uprising in China and the Philippine insurrection, being killed in action in the Philippines. Another son, Clifford Allard, died about 36 years ago.

Mr. Allard was born at Lacona April l, 1852, a son of the late Hiram and Caroline Rising Allard, his father being a vetetan of the Civil War. On February 20, 1873, he was married to Miss Ella S. Near of Sandy Creek and for several years they lived near Lacona, Mr. Allard operating farms there .In 1906 they moved to Watertown, and he entered the cement and gravel business. Later he became well known in Watertown as a horse dealer, and he was actively engaged in the business until he reached the age of 88.

Mr. Allard was a former member of the Sandy Creek Methodist Church. He had been a member of Watertown. City. Lodge No. 291 I.O.O.F. for more than 35 years.

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 13, 1945

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Abram N. Allen

August 14, 1912 – December 7, 1991

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, December 9, 1991

Deceased Name: ELLISBURG NATIVE ABRAM ALLEN JR. DIES AT 79

Abram N. Allen Jr., 79, of 9113 S. Main St., died Saturday in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, following a lengthy illness.

The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Summerville Funeral Home, with the Rev. Janet Gibbs officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Surviving are two sons, Abram N. 3rd and Dell, both of Sandy Creek; two daughters, Carolyn Briggs, Syracuse, and Isabell Dodimead, Auburn; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; a sister, Mary Buck, Pulaski, and several nephews and nieces.

Born in Ellisburg on Aug. 14, 1912, a son of Abram N. and Alma Lansing Allen, he attended local schools. A marriage to Eva England ended in divorce.

Mr. Allen was employed with New York Central Railroad and as a laborer on several local farms until becoming disabled in 1951.

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Albert J. Allen

1873 – 1943 Son of John Randolph and Ann Salisbury Allen Plot: Q

Husband of Blanche Stillwell Allen. Sandy Creek Fire Department member

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COMMITTAL SERVICE HELD

Committal services for the late Albert Allen of Skaneateles were held this morning at Woodlawn cemetery. Rev. Herbert Harrison, pastor of Sandy Creek Methodist church, officiating. Among those present from out of town were Mrs. Fannie Wood and Mrs. Herbert Huested and two daughters, of Watertown.

Source: Sandy Creek News, May 12, 1943

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Cause of death: suicide

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Alfred E. Allen

March 2, 1909 – December 11, 1977 Son of Amasa E. and Jessie M. Allen Plot: Q

The Pulaski Democrat., December 21, 1977, Page 3, Image 3

1909-1977. SF 3 US Navy WWII.

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Amasa E. Allen

June 21, 1881 – July 22, 1963

Sandy Creek news., July 25, 1963, Page 16, Image 16

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Ann Salisbury Allen

1845 – 1927 Daughter of Mason and Mary Olmstead Salisbury, Wife of John Randolph Allen

MRS. ANN E. ALLEN

Words said of another are applicable to Mrs. Ann E. Allen, who entered heavenly life at her home in Skaneateles, Friday, Jan. 28, 1927.

She loved her town. She lived the simple life, but exercised a wide and joyful hospitality, and she eagerly helped others. Of a fine mind, she cared more for persons than for books, and her faith drew out the best in those around her.

Three years ago, she suffered from paralysis, the painful nature of which her patient and hopeful spirit had well nigh concealed from her many friends. Her victorious attitude, during the years of her illness, transformed her chamber into a sanctuary in which dwelt the divine presence. In her were beautifully harmonized the practical and domestic side of Martha and the trustful and quiet life of Mary.

Born in Sandy Creek, Nov. 25, 1845, being the daughter of Mason and Mary Olmstead Salisbury. Her paternal grandfather, Reuben, was among the early settlers of the town of Sandy Creek, and he and his descendants became leading factors in the development of this section. From the inception of the town to the present day, the Salisburys have been prominent in the political and religious life of the community. Her father, Mason, was the third son of eleven children born to Reuben Salisbury born in Vermont, and who accompanied his parents to their wilderness home when a lad of twelve years of age. Our older residents remember him as a man of great force of character and as a leader of undoubted ability. For thirty-three years he served his town as justice of the peace, represented his district at Albany and served the U.S. government as enrolling officer during the Civil War.

Mrs. Allen was married to John R. Allen, Oct. 20, 1860, Mr. Allen passed away July 3, 1909. Two children blessed their union, who survive her: Albert J. Allen, Skaneateles, and Mrs. George E. Robinson, Westbrook, Maine.

Her obsequies were held Monday, Jan. 31, 1927, at the First Baptist church of Lacona and Sandy Creek. Rev. T.T. Davies officiated. Interment in the family lot in Woodlawn cemetery. The beautiful and fragrant flowers bore silent tribute to a life that had been unselfishingly lived, and beautifully devoted to the well being of others.

She accepted in early life the Christian way of living, became a member of the church and continued true and faithful to her Lord until a voice whispered, “Child -come home” and thus without any seeming struggle and pain, she “fell asleep in Jesus.” The worn out body, the temple in which her beautiful life had functioned for more than eighty years, found peace and rest. She gave to the world the best she had and the best came back to her. The ministries of love and sympathy, so ungrudgingly rendered her, by loving hands, were the natural expression of appreciation of her gracious life, her noble character and her rich personality.

“Her soul to Him Who gave it, rose,

God led it to its long repose—

Its glorious rest.

Although her earthly sun is set,

Its light shall linger around us yet,

-Bright, radiant, and blest.”

Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 3, 1927

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Augusta L. Greenwood Allen

March 2, 1822 – March 5, 1850 Wife of Martin Augustus Allen Plot: A

died Mar. 5, 1850, age 28 yrs., 3 days.

ID# 35

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Benjamin H. Allen

1812 – April 29, 1884

died Apr. 29, 1884, age 72 yrs.

ID# 36

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Betsey A. Herring Allen

1848 – 1915 Wife of Oscar Allen

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Blanche Stillwell Allen

July 19, 1875 – March 13, 1937 Wife of Albert J. Allen

BLANCHE STILWELL ALLEN

After a long and severe illness, the burden of which was borne with patience and courage, Mrs. Blanche Stilwell Allen died March l3th, 1937, at her home in Skaneateles.

Mrs. Allen, daughter of John M. and Mary E. Cushman Stilwell, was born in Woodville, Jefferson County, N.Y., July 19, 1875. Her early life was spent in Geneva, Illinois, where she received her education, and from whence the family returned to their former home in Ellisburg, in 1894. Married November 25, 1895, to Albert J. Allen, son of John R. and Ann Salisbury Allen, they resided for a short time in Sandy Creek and for a few years in Syracuse, though for the past

thirty-five years their home was in Skaneateles.

Mrs. Allen, an accomplished singer, contributed richly to the ministry of music in the First Presbyterian Church of which she was a devoted member. She was the first Matron of the Skaneateles Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star and for twenty-two years, until the time of her death, was treasurer of the Order, serving also as chairman of the Music Committee.

By her generous spirit she drew about her a large circle of friend who held her in deep respect and tended affection.

Surviving are her husband, Albert J. Allen of Skaneateles,

brother, William Ernest Stilwell, and niece, Mrs. Harold P. Porter of Brockton, Mass.

The funeral service, conducted by Rev. Dr. Albert C. Fulton, minister of the First Presbyterian Church, was held at her late home, Palmer Place, Skaneatles, Tuesday morning March 16th. Burial was in the Allen family lot in the Sandy Creek cemetery where many friends and neighbors of former years gathered to pay their silent tribute of affection

Source: Sandy Creek News, March 23, 1937

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Byron E. Allen

September 4, 1845 – October 16, 1885 Son of Martin Augustus Allen, Husband of Gertrude Hadley Allen Plot: K

The community was startled last Friday at learning of the death of Byron E. Allen; for although Mr. Allen had been failing for over a year he had been confined to the house but a couple of days. Mr. Allen was the son of Martin A. Allen of this village and was born in Sandy Creek, Sept 4th 1845. There were three children in the family, Mr. John Allen of this village, and a half sister, Mr Will Soule who died in Syracuse, Aug. 9, 1884.

His whole life had been spent in this town with the exception of short intervals spent at different schools in gaining his education which he completed at Eastman’s business college in Poughkeepsie. On his return in 1866 he purchased of Henry Bently his stock of general merchandise and continued in trade until 1880 when he disposed of his stock to his brother, John Allen, and moved on a farm. After the fire of 1882 he built a brick store on Main street in conjunction with his brother-in-law, Ed Williams. In the following March he went into trade again, purchasing his brother’s stock of goods. In 1868 he was married to Miss Gertrude Hadley of this place, who

survives him and by whom he had two children, Edith and Roy who reside at home.

Mr. Allen, although of a retiring disposition was an energetic thorough going businessman. For two years previous to the failing of his health, he was a member of the board

of education, acting as its clerk. In the summer of 1884 his fading health warned him that he must flee from our rugged winters if he would save his life and he spent the winter in Florida, returning last spring but consumption had taken too firm a hold and he continued to fail until his death.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 14, 1885

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Dewitt Clinton Allen

1839 – July 5, 1868 Son of Marquis D. & Elizabeth Allen

died July 5, 1868, age 29 yrs. Eldest son of Marquis D. & Elizabeth Allen.

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Elizabeth Allen

1811 – October 24, 1896 Wife of Marquis D. Allen

died Oct. 24, 1896, age 85 yrs. Wife of Marquis D. Allen.

ID# 41

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Erastus Allen

unknown – May 5, 1857 Husband of Esther Allen

ID# 42

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Esther Allen

unknown – October 11, 1843 Wife of Erastus Allen Plot: F

ID# 43

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Frances L. Allen

March 31, 1829 – August 8, 1878 Wife of Martin A. Allen

died Aug. 8, 1878, age 49 yrs., 4 mos., 8 days. Wife of Martin A. Allen.

ID# 44

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Gail M. Kastler Allen

1935 – 1995 Husband of James Allen, Mother of Terry James Allen

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Gertrude Hadley Allen

June 13, 1848 – December 11, 1925 Daughter of Jason D. and Eudora Woodard Hadley, Wife of Byron E. Allen

MRS. BYRON E. ALLEN

“Christ has made of death a narrow star-lit strip between the companionship of yesterday and the reunion of tomorrow”. Secure in such a faith, the Christian lives, labors and hopes until comes the hour of translation. The journeying pilgrim finds strength and cheer in this thought.

The relatively early death of her husband in October, 1885, placed on Mrs. Allen the responsibility of training her two children. This she did with the quiet heroism and beautiful fidelity of motherhood at its best. The death of her daughter after a few years of married life, leaving two young daughters, brought into her life an added task. Bravely she mothered the motherless girls, who now fondly cherish her memory.

Life, therefore, for Mrs. Allen had its measure of both sorrow and joy. Yet with a spirit of serene and radiant courage she met the duties which came to he r with the years. Frail, and sometimes suffering, she yet displayed a spirit of cheerfulness. Naturally quiet and unassuming she nevertheless had a continuous interest in the progress of events, and an unfailing thought for others. A beautiful home life was hers.

With her husband, her children, and then her grandchildren, she ministered in winsome ways. Amid the changes of the years she has had the thoughtful care of her son, Dr. J.R. Allen; and, since his marriage, also her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ethel Barney Allen. Their joy it was to make bright and happy these latter days of age and weakness.

The distinction of being one of the oldest member of the Methodist Episcopal church in this community was hers; and on the records the name of Gertrude H. Allen dates back to February, 1876, when she was received into full membership by the Rev. William Watson. This relation she held until the time of her death. Here, as elsewhere, she was always loyal, and served the church as opportunity and health permitted.

Improvement followed some weeks of sickness, and it was hoped that she might again regain normal health. The happy Christmas season was approaching, and she began to plan gifts for her loved ones. Then almost suddenly and gently she passed into the homeland. Her lifework had been splendidly performed, and she entered into her rest and reward.

Gertrude Hadley, wife of Byron E. Allen, was born in Sandy Creek, Oswego County, June 13, 1848 and passed away December 11, 1925. She was the oldest of three daughters born to Jason D. Hadley and Eudora Woodard Hadley, both of whom belonged to families of the early settlers.

Gertrude Hadley was united in marriage with Byron E. Allen, son of Augustus Allen, June 24th, 1868. Two children came of this union, Edith E., who became the wife of Bert L. Young and died in early womanhood, September 1902, and Dr. J. Roy Allen.

She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Jetteen Williams of Sandy Creek and Mrs. W. G. Lindsey of Syracuse, N.Y., one son, Dr. J.R. Allen and two granddaughters, Mrs. W.J. Gabel and Mrs. E.W. Row.ell, both of Syracuse.

Family and friends assembled for the final services on December 14. These were in charge of the Rev. William J. Hart D.D., her pastor. Music was rendered by Mrs. H.L. Hollis and Mrs. Tracy Killam, while Mrs. H. Floyd Blount played. Beautiful flowers surrounded the casket which contained the life-like form. A blanket of choice flowers was on the casket when grief-stricken hearts, who will for ever hold dear her memory, left it amid the stainless snow in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 17, 1925

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Gilford Allen

1868 – September 25, 1919 Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., October 02, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 47

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Harriet Morton Allen

1893 – unknown Wife of Hugh B. Allen Plot: K

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Hugh B. Allen

September 18, 1891 – January 1, 1972

Sandy Creek news., January 05, 1972, Page 2, Image 2

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Jannett Harris Allen

April 2, 1834 – August 10, 1888 Wife of Martin Augustus Allen

died Aug. 10, 1888, age 54 yrs., 4 mos., 8 days. Wife of Martin A. Allen.

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Jessie M. Allen

1882 – March 30, 1978 Mother of Alfred E. Allen

ALLEN-Mrs. Jessie M. Allen 96, of 7971 Lake Street, died Thursday evening, March 30, at her home. The funeral was held Sunday at the Summerville Funeral Home with Rev. Ivan Greenfield, pastor of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 19, 1978

ID# 51

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Joel Allen

unknown – January 10, 1899

Inscription:

aged 32 yrs?

ID# 52

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John Randolph Allen

1848 – 1909 Son of Martin Augustus Allen, Husband of Ann Salisbury Allen

JOHN R. ALLEN

This community was greatly shocked to learn of the death of John R. Allen, which occurred at his home in Skaneateles Saturday evening shortly after seven o’clock, of neuralgia of the heart. Mr. Allen had been usually well and had been in Syracuse that day on business. He was seated in his library when he was stricken. Though medical aid was summoned he soon passed away without apparent suffering.

Mr Allen was a son of Augustus Allen, an early resident of this town, and was for years one of our most prominent business men, first in carriage manufacturing, later as merchant, then a partner in the marble and granite works of Sherman & Allen, which did a most extensive business throughout Northern New York. Later he engaged in the same business by himself, and eight years ago removed to Skaneateles, where he manufactured the Sinclair Allen chair and did a most extensive business.

Funeral services were held in Skaneateles Tuesday, and the remains were brough here to the residence of his brther-in-law, M.J. Salisbury, on Wednesday, funeral services were held at the Congregational church that afternoon. Rev. T.T> Davies officiating. This service and the burial were with Masonic honors.

Mr. Allen served this town for several years as supervisor. He was also from 1888 to 1901 inclusive, president of the S.C.R.O. & B. Agricultural society, taking a great deal of interest in its affairs. He was postmaster and an active member for several years on the board of education, and served as president and trustee of the village. As an active businessman he was one of the most progressive citizens of Sandy Creek and one our largest real estate owners, for many years building and improving many of the residences which today grace our pleasant village.

Mr. Allen is survived by his wife, one son, A.J. Allen, who was associated with him in his business, and one daughter, Miss Edna J. Allen of Boston, Mass.; who have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends.

The interment was in Woodlawn. The casket was of solid mahogany and the bearers were his farmer associates and brother Masons. They were Dr J.J. Baldwin, H. Louis Wallace, C.W. Colony, J.S. DeMott, P.G. Hydorn and C.G. Thomas. There were a large number of handsome floral tributes.

Source: Sandy Creek News, July 8, 1908

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Loretta V. “Rettie” Allen

1844 – October 18, 1874 Daughter of Marquis D. and Elizabeth Allen

died Oct. 18, 1874, age 30 yrs. Youngest dau. Of Marquis D. & Elizabeth Allen.

ID# 54

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Louise H. Harris Allen

July 17, 1914 – unknown Wife of Martin Augustus Allen Plot: K

ID# 55

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Marquis D. Allen

May 28, 1811 – March 10, 1877

died Mar. 10, 1877, age 65 yrs., 9 mos., 10 days

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Martin Augustus “Augustus” Allen

1809 – 1893 Son of Erastus and Esther Jacobs Allen

Martin Augustus Allen (1809-1893) was a son of Erastus and Esther Jacobs Allen who came to Sandy Creek to settle in 1821. The family came from Bennington, VT.

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MARTIN AUGUSTUS ALLEN.

Mr. Allen whose death we noticed last week, was born in the town of Hoosick, N.Y., in 1809, and when eleven years of age moved to this town with his parents. From this time he was a life long resident of the town of Sandy Creek. For some thirty-five years he resided on a farm in the western part of the town, and during the past fifteen years in the village. He was a successful farmer and a good citizen, quiet in manner, never holding public office of any kind; but commanding the esteem and respect of all who came in contact with him.

In early life he was united in marriage with Miss Augusta Greenwood of Richland, by whom he had two sons, the late Byron E. Allen and Mr. John R. Allen of this town. He was thrice married, his second wife being Miss Louisa Harris of Sandy Creek, by whom he had one daughter, Augusta, now deceased, who was the wife of Mr. W.H. Soule. His third marriage was to a sister of his second wife, Miss Jennett Harris, who died in this village some four years since.

Mr Allen has since resided with his son at whose home he died last Tuesday. The funeral was held a week ago from the residence of Mr. John R Allen, Rev. J. Sanford officiating.

So one by one those who have been busy, active men in the past are slipping away and another familiar form will not again be seen upon our streets.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Nov 16, 1893

ID# 57

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Melvin Monroe Allen

September 15, 1870 – November 9, 1950 Son of Smith W. and Maria Sargent Allen Plot: O

Newspaper Obituary – November 16, 1950 Sandy Creek News – Melvin Allen Dies After Long Illness – Melvin Monroe Allen, 80, lifetime resident of Sandy Creek, died Thursday night, November 9, 1950 at his home on Lake Street after a long illness with anemia. He was born September 15, 1870 in this town, a son of Smith W. and Maria Sargent Allen and attended Sandy Creek schools. He married Miss Grace Rury of Ellisburg, who died in April 1908, and July 28, 1909 married Miss Nina J. Lee of Ellisburg, who survives him, together with twin daughters, Marjorie (Mrs. Leo Remington) of Sandy Creek; and Margaret (Mrs. Paul Rodgers) of Peekskill; on son, Milford Lee Allen of Syracuse and two grandchildren, Gary Lee Allen and Pamela Lynn Allen. – Was Gifted Musician – From childhood, Mr. Allen was a gifted musician and played several instruments well, although his specialty was the clarinet. As a clarinetist he was a member of a number of concert bands and orchestras, traveling extensively thoughout the country. He played with a show troupe in the west for some years, and at one time played with a Detroit theatre orchestra. After his return to Sandy Creek he was a member of various bands and musical organizations and gave lessons. For years he played for county dances in this area. Mr. Allen playing first violin while the late James Welch played second violin and did the calling. Mr. Allen was an interior decorator, a business which he followed until illness forced his retirement. His life, particularly in its latter years of ill health, centered around his home. He was a member of the Sandy Creek Baptist church, and a former member of Sandy Creek Lodge No. 564 F. & A. M. Funeral services were held at the family home Monday afternoon at 2:30, Rev. B. A. Walton, formerly of Sandy Creek, officiating, assisted by the Rev. Selden Ward, pastor of the Sandy Creek Baptist church. Bearers were Hugh Lee, Alden Lee, Leo Remington and Paul Rodgers. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

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Mildred Genevieve Allen

May 29, 1910 – September 25, 1912 Plot: A

May 29, 1910-Sept. 25, 1912. Dau. of Melvin N. & Grace H. Allen.

ID# 59

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Myra Willard Allen

unknown – April 7, 1859

died Apr. 7, 1859, age 59 yrs., wife of Benjamin H. Allen

ID# 60

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Nina B. Allen

1885 – 1956

Note: On stone with Gertrude Allen

ID# 61

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Octavius Allen

unknown – July 16, 1881

Inscription:

AGED 74 yrs, 1mo, 15 days

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Octavius E. Allen

unknown – October 15, 1894

Inscription:

AGED 38yrs, 1 mos, 8 dys

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Oscar Allen

1844 – 1918

OSCAR ALLEN

Last Saturday occurred the death of Oscar Allen, a life long resident of the western part of the town. Mr. Allen was one of three sons born to Octavus and Ruah Allen and is the last surviving member of the family. He was in his seventy-fifth year and was born in the same locality where he died and where most of his life had been spent as a quiet, industrious farmer. He was married to Miss Betsey Herring and to them were born a son Gilford and a daughter Miss Kitty Allen who survive their parents and have in every way ministered to their comfort. Oscar Allen was a veteran of the Civil War and sailed for a season or so on the lakes. The funeral was held from the home, Tuesday. Rev. T.T. Davies officiating. Burial was in the family plot in Woodlawn cemetery

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 13, 1918

ID# 64

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Ruah Allen

unknown – March 8, 1897 Plot: Q

Inscription:

His Wife Aged 82 yrs

Note: Wife of Octavius Allen

ID# 65

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Russell (Baby) Allen

unknown – June 19, 1961

ID# 66

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Sarah M. Sargent Allen

unknown – August 2, 1876

Note: Wife of Smith Allen

ID# 67

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Smith Allen

unknown – November 26, 1889

Smith W. Allen.

Our community was shocked again last week upon hearing of the sudden death of our well known and honored townsman and citizen. No one thought he was so near the gate which opened into the unseen. Only a short time before he met with Mr. Robbin’s “Parlor Orchestra,” and expected to be present to add to the entertainment held at the Bulkley Opera hall, in the interest of the High school. But such are the uncertainties of life that no one is exempt from the liability of death.

Mr. Allen was born in the town of Sandy Creek, N.Y., Oct. 27, 1839, and was therefor a little past fifty years of age at his demise. He lived with his father, Mareus D. Allen, at West Sandy Creek, for-twenty.seven years, when he removed to the farm near this village, where he spent the remnant of his days.

He was twice married: the first time to Miss Sarah Sargent sometime in the year 1867; the second time to Miss Addie Chapin July 17, 1878, who still survives to mourn with others the loved and cherished. Besides the wife he leaves an only son Melvin, who has always been to the father, brother and son. New responsibilities have fallen upon the young man who has been wout to lean upon a father’s council. A mother, two brothers and sister, with many near kindred, are in sadness. But it is in the home where the greatest

loneliness is experienced. Three brothers and two sisters have passed with father to the spirit land, and the aged wife and mother is only waiting for the chariot to swing low, May the hand unseen uphold and comfort in this time of great need.

Source: Sandy Creek News, 1889

Note: Husband of Sarah M. Allen. Aged 50 years

ID# 68

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Terry James “Zip” Allen

October 9, 1959 – September 15, 1976 Plot: Q

Newspaper Obituary – September 15, 1976 Pulaski Democrat – Terry Allen, Lacona Youth, Dies – Services for Terry Allen of Lacona were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 8 at Sandy Creek United Methodist Chuch, the Rev. Ivan Greenfield officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery. The youth died from injuries he suffered in a car accident in Orwell on Sunday September 5. Calling hours were Tuesday at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. He was born Oct. 9, 1959, in Watertown, the son of James and Gail Kastler Allen. He was a senior at Sandy Creek High School, where he was a member of the wrestling team and the school newspaper staff. He was also a member of the Pusan Boy’s Basketball League. The youth was a communicant of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Gail Allen of Lacona; his father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen of Oswego; a brother, Randy of Texas, a sister, Mrs. Susan Knoeller of Sandy Creek; a stepsister, Debbie Pacheo of Santa Barbara, Calif.; four stepbrothers, Danny of Fulton, Douglas of Texas, Denis and Jeffrey Pacheo, both of Oswego; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Allen of Sandy Creek; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Kastler of Lacona; his paternal great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hagen of Pulaski; and his paternal great grandmother, Mrs. Jessie Allen of Sandy Creek.

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Vina Fitch Allen

unknown – November 24, 1926 Plot: B

Mrs. Vina Allen, widow of Joel Allen, died at the Eastern Star Home, Oriskany, Wednesday, morning, as the result of two shocks. The body will arrive in Sandy Creek for burial on Friday. Mrs. Allen has been in failing health for over a year. She was the daughter of Gilbert Fitch

Source: The Sandy Creek News, Nov 25, 1926

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Willie Allen

1853 – October 26, 1853 Plot: K

Note: Age 6 mos.

ID# 71

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Almeida Wood Alton

1799 – June 3, 1853

died June 3, 1853, age 54 yrs. Wife of Charles Alton.

ID# 72

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Charles Alton

1795 – April 9, 1882

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, April 13, 1882 Pulaski Democrat – Mr. Charles Alton, an old and highly respected citizen, died last Sunday.

died Apr. 9, 1882, age 87 yrs

ID# 73

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Charles Gilbert Alton

March 18, 1830 – November, 1903

Newspaper Obituary – November 19, 1903 Sandy Creek News – Charles Gilbert Alton – In the death C. G. Alton, Sandy Creek loses one of the old and well known residents and one of its artistic minded men in our community. He was born March 18, 1830, on the Alton farm home on the Ridge road now owned by H. A. Prescott. His father was Charles Alton, who came here from Connecticut and his mother Almeda Wood, who was born in Vermont. His youth was spent on the farm and at the age of fifteen he went to Pulaski to learn the painter’s trade, working for a Mr. Rice in a carriage shop there. He was there for a few years then worked in Belleville, N.Y. about two years. In 1862 he went to Norwich, N. Y., doing carriage and cutter decorating in one of the largest paint shops in that vicinity. After a few years here he went west working some time in Wisconsin decorating railway cars, and later coming back to New York State. He studied art in Albany some time and sold many of his pictures at a good price. Later he went to Owego, N. Y., and took charge of a large paint shop then employing sixty or more hands and doing the finest kind of carriage painting. He was in Owego a number of years, but was finally obliged to give up the work on account of his health and seek out of door labor. He then came back to Sandy Creek and since then has been a resident here. The painting in many of the best homes and beautiful churches in northern New York are samples of his handiwork. He was married in 1891 to Lucy A. Widger, of Norwich, N.Y., and built himself a handsome home here in Sandy Creek taking great pains in its finish and decorating it with many of his choice bits of art work. He had traveled much, was a keen observer, which, with a good memory, made him a very entertaining companion. He united with the Baptist church when a young man and has always been a faithful member doing much for the church and was a strong advocate of temperance. He had been in poor health for a number of years but was always cheerful and hopeful. He leaves a widow, two sisters, Mrs. Esther and Louisa Salisbury, of Caroline, N.Y., and one brother William W. Alton, whose occasional letters from Old Mexico have entertained the News readers recently. The funeral was held from his late home Saturday afternoon and was largely attended, Rev. E. F. Maine officiating, assisted by Rev. A. Bramley.

War of 1812 Flagholder.

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Lucy A. Wilder Alton

1831 – January, 1913 Plot: T

Newspaper Obituary – January 22, 1913 Pulaski Democrat – Awful Death Of Suicide – A death under most agonizing and pitiable circumstances occured recently in Lacona, when Mrs. Lucy Alton, aged 81 years, succumbed after many hours of suffering at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbs, where she made her home, from the effects of drinking a quantity of scalding hot water. Mrs. Alton who had always lived in Lacona, and was highly respected there, was married 20 years ago to Charles Alton, a painter, both bride and groom being at the time past 60 years of age and neither having been married before. Mr. Alton died six or seven years ago, since which time the widow had lived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubbs. She had a small sum deposited in one of the Watertown savings banks, but aside from this she had no means and was without any near relatives. For some time past she had been very despondent. On the evening when the act that resulted in her death occured, the Hubbs family had retired, and about 10:30 Mrs. Alton came down to the kitchen and going to the stove poured out a quantity of boiling water from the tea kettle. Before Mr. or Mrs. Alton, who had been awakened could make any move to prevent, the age woman swallowed a quantity of the scalding fluid. Mr. hollis, who is county coroner, was hastily summoned, but found that the aged sufferer’s lips, mouths and throat were flayed by the scalding draught she had swallowed and he could do little more than alleviate as much as possible her sufferings. She died about 12 hours later. Dr. Hollis, as coroner, found that death resulted from burns sustained by swallowing a quantity of boiling water, taken by the deceased while suffering from despondency.

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Charles W. Ames

November 3, 1878 – August 9, 1961

Sandy Creek news., August 10, 1961, Page 5, Image 5

Sandy Creek news., August 10, 1961, Page 4, Image 4

1878-1961

ID# 76

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Edna Ames

September 12, 1820 – July 26, 1852

died July 26, 1852, age 31 yrs., 10 mos., 14 days. Dau. of E. & S. Ames.

ID# 77

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Hannah Ames

1765 – August 4, 1852

died Aug. 4, 1852, age 87 yrs. Wife of Rosel Ames.

ID# 78

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Ina Chase Ames

October 20, 1889 – August 11, 1959

Funeral Is Today For Mrs. Ames Who Died Tues.

The funeral for Mrs. Charles W. Ames will be held this afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Wesleyan Methodist church with a prayer service preceding at the Weston and Woodard funeral home. Rev. Bernard Draper, pastor, will officiate at the service. Bearers will be William Craig; Charles Haine, Roger LaRoe, George Salisbury, Harlow Chase and Albert Look. Internment will be in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Mrs. Ina Chase Ames, 73, died at 8 a.m. Tuesday, August 11, 1959 in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where she had been a patient since Thursday. She had been ill for nearly seven weeks, and had been admitted to the hospital two weeks ago but was discharged and readmitted later

Born on October 20, 1889 at Malcomb, a daughter of the late Major and Laura Parker Chase, she spent her early girlhood in that vicinity and attended the local schools. More than 50 years ago she was married to Charles W. Ames in a ceremony performed at Braisee Corner by the Rev. Mr. Sigler, then pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist church of that village.

Following their marriage, they operated a farm for a time in the Braisee Corner area and later lived in North Syracuse where Mr. Ames was employed as a carpenter. They came to Sandy Creek many years ago, spending the greater part of their married life here. Mrs. Ames was a member of the Sandy Creek Wesleyan Methodist church

Surviving besides her husband are two sons, Douglas Ames of Buffalo and Donald Ames of Sandy Creek; two daughters, Mrs. Harrison (Laura) Porter of Lacona and Mrs. Conrad (Lila) Enekson of North Chili, nine grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Harlon (Edna) Jenkins of Plattsburg, and Mrs. Ethel LaVeck of Sandy Creek

Source: Sandy Creek News, Aug 13 1959

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Martha E. Ames

June 27, 1909 – January 31, 1937 Plot: T

ID# 80

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Silva Ames

February 11, 1793 – August 11, 1848 Plot: B

Note: Age 55 yrs., 6 mos. Wife of E. Ames.

ID# 81

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Paul C. Andrews

1914 – 1994

Name: Paul C. Andrews

State of Issue: New York

Date of Birth: Tuesday January 27, 1914

Date of Death: Sunday April 24, 1994

Est. Age at Death: 80 years, 2 months, 28 days

Last known residence:

City: FultonBowens CornersGranbyGranby CenterPalermoVolney

ID# 82

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Florence E Moyer Anzalone

1924 – June 28, 1985

Newspaper Obituary – July 15, 1985 Banner Times (Pulaski NY) – Florence E. Anzalone, 61, Ivens Road, Pulaski, died Friday, June 28, 1985 at Oswego Hospital. A native of Diana, she lived most of her life in Woodville and Lacona, before moving to Pulaski in 1981. Surviving are her husband Frank; two daughters, Laura Farmer of Lacona and Josephine Timmerman of Pulaski; a son, Francis of Adams; a sister, Alice King of Liverpool; two brothers, Alfred Moyer of North Syracuse and George Moyer of Sandy Creek; and nine grandchildren. Services were at 11 a.m. Monday at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with the Rev. Louis Hausele officiating. Burial was in the Woodlawn, Sandy Creek. Calling hours were from 2 to 4 and to 9 p.m. June 30. Contributions can be made to the Northern Oswego County Ambulance, Box 113, Pulaski.

ID# 83

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Frank Anzalone

1926 – 1998

ID# 84

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Bertha V Stevenson Archer

August 14, 1909 – May 10, 2001

Bertha S. Archer,

Alliance Church attendant

Bertha Stevenson Archer, 91, of 265 W. First St., Fulton, died Thursday, May 10 at A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital.

Born in Hastings, she lived in Sandy Creek before moving to Fulton in 1985. She was a homemaker and a member of Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Fulton.

Her husband, Claude, and a son, Warren, died previously.

Surviving are two daughters, Carolyn Morley of Oswego and Diane Clark of Lacona; a son, Leon of Fulton; a sister, Pearl Koenig of Texas; 12 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.

Services were held Monday in Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

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Claude E Archer

October 17, 1911 – July, 1983

SANDY CREEK – Claude R. Archer, 72, of 9109 Main St., Sandy Creek, was pronounced dead on arrival Sunday morning at Oswego Hospital.

He was born Oct. 17, 1911, in Copenhagen, the son of Everett and Lucy Bacon Archer.

He attended schools in Copenhagen and Sandy Creek. He married Bertha V. Stevenson on July 16, 1939.

He was employed by Blount Lumber Co. of Lacona and later by Charles Brown Construction Co. of Mannsville.

For the past 10 years, Mr. Archer owned and operated an antique business at his home. He attended the New Testament Church at Richland.

Surviving are his wife; two sons, Warren E. Archer of Phoenix, Ariz., and Leon F. Archer of Fulton; two daughters, Carolyn Morley of Oswego, and Diane Clark of Lacona; a brother, James F. Archer of Lacona; 12 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, with Norman F. Clark of New Testament Church, Richland, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

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Elizabeth “Betty” Archer

December 27, 1923 – July 12, 2011

Elizabeth “Betty” Archer, 87, of Pulaski, formerly of Lacona, passed away July 12, 2011, at Crouse Hospital in Syracuse. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Friday, July 22, at Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Denise Bowen officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. There are no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to Sandy Creek United Methodist Church.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard on July 17, 2011

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Everette Alvin Archer

December 19, 1879 – October 15, 1970

ID# 88

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Fayette Leslie Archer

April 4, 1876 – August 15, 1939

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Gladys S Archer

November 20, 1905 – July 28, 1997

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, August 1, 1997

A memorial service for Gladys S. Archer, 91, of 1921 Harwood Drive, will be at 3 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church, Sandy Creek, with the Rev. Roger Bell, pastor, officiating. Following cremation, burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Miss Archer died Monday in Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown, where she had been a patient since June 12.

There will be no calling hours. Arrangements are with Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek.

Miss Archer was a kindergarten teacher in Cranberry Lake and Sydney and with Sandy Creek Central School until her retirement in 1968, after 42 years.

Born Nov. 20, 1905, in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., daughter of Fayette and Mary Sherwood Archer, she had been a resident of Lacona since 1917.

She was a 1923 graduate of Sandy Creek High School, a 1925 graduate of Potsdam Normal School and received a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Potsdam Teachers College in 1927.

She was a 75-year member of the United Methodist Church, Sandy Creek, and a member of the United Methodist Women and the church’s Care Group. She was a life member of Lake Ontario Chapter 124 Order of the Eastern Star, Sandy Creek, Oswego County Retired Teachers Association and New York State Retired Teachers Association, and was a former member of the Fort Nightly Club.

Surviving are her close friend Mabel Carnrite, Lacona, and several cousins.

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James Franklin Archer

June 2, 1917 – September 13, 1995

MEMORIAL SERVICE SATURDAY FOR JAMES ARCHER

A memorial service James F. Archer, 78, of 4695 County Route 22, retired painter, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Lorraine Zimmerman, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Mr. Archer died at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Veterans Administration Medical Center, Syracuse, where he had been a patient two days.

There are no calling hours. Donations may be made to the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church or the Cable Trail Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8534. Arrangements are with the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek.

Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth “Betty”; two sons, Ronald, Tehachapi, Calif., and David, Plano, Texas; three grandchildren, a great-grandchild and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Two sisters and a brother died before him.

Born June 2, 1917, in Philadelphia, a son of Everett and Lucy Bacon Archer, he attended Copenhagen and Sandy Creek schools.

Mr. Archer had lived in the Sandy Creek/Lacona area since 1924.

He served with the Army from Oct. 15, 1940, to July 23, 1945.

On April 6, 1946, he married Elizabeth Ryll in Leominster, Mass.

He retired in 1979 from the Painters Union Local No. 30, Syracuse.

Mr. Archer was a member of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, Cable Trail VFW Post 8534, Robert Edwards American Legion Post 358, Pulaski, and the Sandy Creek Park Association. He was a former member of the Lacona Fire Department.

‘Watertown Daily Times, September 15 1995, Watertown, NY

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Lucy E Bacon Archer

September, 1884 – May 3, 1963

ID# 92

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Mary S “Mamie” Sherwood Archer

December 29, 1876 – January 31, 1953 Plot: J

LACONA – Mrs. Mary S. Archer, 76, died yesterday at her home.

She was born in Copenhagen, Dec. 29, 1876, and graduated from Copenhagen High School and teachers’ training class. On Sept. 26, 1904, she married Fayette L. Archer, who died Aug. 15, 1939.

She was a member of Sandy Creek Methodist Church and Lake Ontario Chapter of the Eastern Star.

Funeral services will be from the Weston and Woodard Funeral Home tomorrow at 2 P.M., with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7-9 P.M. today.

‘Syracuse Herald Journal, Syracuse, NY Sunday February 1, 1953’

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Allen D. Arnold

March 6, 1852 – February 27, 1931 Plot: J

Newspaper Obituary – March 5, 1931 Sandy Creek News – Allen Arnold – Allen Arnold passed away at his home in Sandy Creek February 27, 1931. He had been in poor health for some time. Mr. Allen was born March 6, 1852 in Lafargeville, N. Y., his parents being Solon and Sally Ann Arnold. His early life was spent in Northern New York, his education being received in the Lafargeville schools. In 1887 he was married to Miss Carrie Larabee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Washington Larabee. Their married life was spent in Alexandria Bay in Sandy Creek. Mr. Arnold followed the occupation of farming most of his life and since retiring from that has been in several occupations, principally as a cattle buyer and a fur buyer. Funeral services were held in Sandy Creek March 2, 1931, Rev. T. T. Davies officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery. Mr. Arnold is survived by his wife and one nephew, George Ball of Brownville, N. Y.

ID# 94

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Carrie Larabee Arnold

1871 – unknown

Wife of Allen D. Arnold.

ID# 95

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Oscar F. Atridge

1810 – 1870

Veteran of Civil War

ID# 96

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Sylvia Hadley Atridge

1817 – unknown

Daughter of Stephen and Clairissa Wilder Hadley, she was the sister of Sylvanius, Sherman, and Daniel Hadley. Second wife of Oscar F. Atridge.

ID# 97

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Harriet Auchampaugh

May 30, 1921 – October 19, 1984

died Oct. 19, 1984, age 63 yrs., 4 mos., 19 days. Wife of James L. Auchampaugh.

ID# 98

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James L. Auchampaugh

1827 – March 5, 1890 Plot: E

died Mar. 5, 1890, age 63 yrs.

ID# 99

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Frederick W Austen Jr

December 8, 1877 – December 22, 1960

Husband of Nila Etta Snyder

Parents: Frederick Austen MD & Julia A Green

ID# 100

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Julia E Austen

August 9, 1900 – May 1, 1981

ID# 101

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Nila Etta Snyder Austen

December 25, 1880 – December 30, 1961

Wife of Frederick W Austen

Parents: Rev Brainard DeForest Snyder & Olive Diette Wyman

ID# 102

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Charles Calvin Austin

July 25, 1844 – April 10, 1924

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, April 10 , 1924 Sandy Creek News – Charles Austin – The angel of death entered the home of Loyson K. Austin, Ellisburg, Thursday morning at 10:15 and took from its midst his beloved father, Charles Austin, aged 79 years. Mr. Austin had been in failing health for some time, although his condition was not serious until Monday morning March 31, when he was stricken with apoplexy. He was born July 25, 1844 in Lewis county, a son of King and Matilda Hodge Austin. When a young man he united with the Methodist church at West Sandy Creek. Born with a true spirit of service, he was a soldier in the 20th New York Cavalry, and after serving two years was honorably discharged. He was a grandson of the Revolution, his grandfather Jonathan Austin, having served through that war. In October 1866, he married Laurilla Parsons of Bishop Street. Four children blessed this union. He leaves to mourn his death, one son, Loyson Austin, a brother, Dempster, five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. He was a true friend, generous, and always willing to help those in trouble. He was universally known and respected and his funeral Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m., at the home of his son, was largely attended. Rev. B. L. Waters of Ellisburg officiated and burial was in Sandy Creek. During his more active years Mr. Austin was engaged in farming while in later years during his residence on Salisbury St. in Sandy Creek, he carried passengers to and from the station.

ID# 103

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Charles Hallet Austin

July 13, 1855 – August 22, 1922 Plot: R

Newspaper Obituary – August 24, 1922 Sandy Creek News – Charles Hallee Austin – Charles Hallet Austin died August 22, 1922, at his home on the State road about one mile north of Sandy Creek, where he has resided and carried on his farm since 1913 when he purchased the George Canough Property. He is survived by two daughters, Lottie M. Walton of South Euclid, Ohio and Fernie Gibbons, who resided with him and a son Albert J. Austin of Fleischmans, N.Y. Mr. Austin was the son of John and Maria Knox Austin and was born at South Edwards, N.Y. on July 13, 1855. He was twice married, first to Mrs. Catherine Carylon at Hermon, N.Y., December 25, 1878, who died at the same place April 14, 1907, survived by the two daughters and son already named above. In 1909 he married Emma Mix of Hermon, N.Y. who died April 24, 1921. Mr. Austin lived practically all his life at Hermon until he came to Sandy Creek in 1913. He was an honest, industrious, unassuming man and well liked by everyone who knew him. The funeral was held at the home this afternoon, Rev. T. T. Davies, officiating. Interment in Woodlawn cemetery.

ID# 104

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Emma Mix Austin

April 6, 1861 – April 26, 1921

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, April 28, 1921 Sandy Creek News – Mrs. Emma Mix Austin – Mrs. Emma Mix Austin, wife of Charles Austin of Sandy Creek died Tuesday morning at 4:45 at the family home on the State road, north of this village, following a long illness, aged 60 years. The funeral will be held from the residence at two, Thursday afternoon. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Mrs. Austin was born April 6, 1861, near Black River, N.Y. She had spent her early life in Black River, and later resided for many years in Watertown. She was employed as cook in the Leray hotel for a number of years and had worked as cook in restaurants and in private families in that city. In all she made her home there about 20 years. She left about 14 years ago and shortly after was married to Charles Austin. They resided for a time, following the marriage in Hermon, St. Lawrence county and during the past six or seven years had made their home in Sandy Creek, having bought the Canough farm and its commodious home. Surviving besides her husband, are a step daughter, Fern, residing in Ogdensburg and a stepson, Albert Austin of Sandy Creek, and two brothers, George Mix of Black River and Stephen S. Mix of Watertown. The funeral was largely attended this afternoon, Dr. W. J. Hart officiating. The family has the sympathy of a large circle of friends.

ID# 105

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Eva Austin

1858 – 1891

1858-1891. Dau. of Robert C. & Eva Austin.

ID# 106

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Hazel Austin

1900 – January 18, 1902

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, January 23, 1902 Sandy Creek News – The death of Leslie C. Austin at his home in Boylston yesterday was an exceedingly sad event. Mr. Austin’s youngest child was buried but the day before and at the time Mr. Austin was very low from pneumonia but it was thought that he was convalescent. He was a stirring energetic young man and his family will have the sympathy of all. His sister died but a few months ago making the blow very heavy for his parents. The funeral will be held at the Wesleyan church at noon Saturday.

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, January 23, 1902 Sandy Creek News – Austin – In Boylston, January 18, 1902, Hazel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Austin, aged 18 months.

1900-1902. Dau. of C. Leslie & Mina Austin.

ID# 107

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Joyce I. Austin

August 2, 1930 – November 3, 2006

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – November 6, 2006

Joyce I. Austin November 3, 2006

Joyce I. Austin, 76, of Fulton, went to be with the Lord Friday at Oswego Hospital. Born in Sandy Creek, she was a longtime resident of Oswego County. Mrs. Austin was an artist, enjoying all arts and crafts. She was a strong supporter of the Christian faith. Surviving: her husband of eight years, Charles S. Austin of Fulton; a daughter, Marcella J. Paterson of Oswego; two sons, David J. Kingsley of Jefferson County and Bruce E. Kingsley of Oswego; two sisters; one brother; several grandchildren and great- grandchildren.

Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay Street, Fulton. There are no calling hours. Burial will be at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, NY.

ID# 108

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Laurilla Lestima Parsons Austin

January 30, 1841 – April 1, 1910

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, April 7, 1910 – Mrs. Charles Austin – With great sorrow we chronical the death of Mrs. Laurilla Austin of Sandy Creek, N.Y. Of who was much beloved by relatives and friends. During her youth though hampered by cares of a family occasioned by the illness of her mother, she succeeded in acquiring an education in country schools and at “Old Union.” She was deprived of higher advantages so much desired. She successfully taught in this state and Wisconsin. She was borad and noble by nature and abhorred everything low in humanity yet having charity for all, often remarking that with the same influences and enviroments others might be no better than the accused one. Always ready to help those in trouble or sorrow by word or deed, living truly the life of the text selected by herself, “She hath done what she could.” She talked freely with the writer only a few days before her death, of her willingness to abide by God’s decree. Told the details she wished carried out for her funeral as calmly as of making a call. She leaves a husband, Charles Austin, a son Loyson Austin, a sister, Mrs. Samantha Brown, a brother, Erskine D. Parsons, besides five grandchildren. Laurilla Lestima Parsons Austin was born in the town of Rodman, Jefferson county, N.Y., January 30, 1841, and died in Sandy Creek, N.Y., April 1, 1910. The subject of this sketch having been a sufferer many years, yet her faithfulness to the one great Master, “Jesus”, has not in all of these years grown less.The funeral services were held at the home in Sandy Creek, April 4, 1910, conducted by Rev. Hydon, pastor of the M. E. Church.

ID# 109

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Lenora J. Austin

1877 – 1959 Plot: O

ID# 110

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Leslie C. Austin

1872 – January 22, 1902 Plot: M

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, January 23, 1902 Sandy Creek News – Austin – In Boylston, January 22, Leslie C. Austin, aged 29 years, 5 months.

ID# 111

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Lionel Austin

July 19, 1883 – March 7, 1884 Plot: M

died Mar. 7, 1884, age 7 mos., 17 days. Son of Charles & Laurilla L. Austin.

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Loyson K. Austin

August 14, 1877 – November 22, 1942

Newspaper Obituary – November 25, 1942 Sandy Creek News – Loyson K. Austin – Loyson K. Austin, 65, trustee of the Mannsville Central school, and officer of the Diary Farmers Union, died Sunday, November 22, 1942, at his farm home between Pierrepont Manor and Ellisburg. He had been a lifelong resident of that section. Funeral services were at the home Wednesday afternoon at 2, with Rev. B. L. Waters, pastor of the Massena Methodist Church, formerly of Ellisburg, and Rev. P. B. Dolling, president pastor of the Ellisburg Methodist church officiating. Burial was in the Sandy Creek cemetery. Surviving besides his wife, Mrs. Mary Austin, are three daughters, Mrs. W. S. Rawlings, Mrs. Edward Rawlings and Mrs. Chester Reed, all of Ellisburg; one son, Leslie Austin, Ellisburg, and three grandchildren. He was born in the town of Lorraine on August 14, 1877, a son of Charles and Lorilla Parsons Austin. He spent his earlier years in Sandy Creek, receiving his education in schools there. On August 12, 1897, he married Miss Mary White in Pulaski in a ceremony performed by Rev. L. D. Potter. A short time after their marriage they moved to Ellisburg. He has lived there for the last 26 years. For the last 22 years he had lived at the home where he died.

ID# 113

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Mae E. Austin

October 24, 1880 – May 25, 1964

Newspaper Obituary – May 28, 1964 Sandy Creek News – Mrs. Austin, 83, Dies on May 25 – Mrs. Mae E. Austin, 83, widow of Loyson K. Austin, died May 25, 1964 at her home in Ellisburg. The funeral was held Wednesday at the Carpenter Stoodley funeral home, Belleville, with Rev. Earl E. Hartley, pastor of Ellisburg Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn, Sandy Creek. Surviving a son, Leslie C., with whom she lived; five daughters, Mrs. Stanley (Mabel) Rawlings, Mrs. Chester (Lois) Reed, Miss Alice Austin, all of Ellisburg; Mrs. Edward (Ildra) Rawlings, Mannsville, and Mrs. Cecil (Patricia) Curavo, Detroit, Mich.; four brothers, James White, Pulaski; Robert White, Watertown; Richard and George White, both of Lacona; six grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Mrs. Austin was born at Lacona Oct. 24, 1880, a daughter of Richard and Marietta Ridgeway White. She was married to Loyson K. Austin Aug. 10, 1896 at Sandy Creek. They operated farms in Sandy Creek and Ellisburg. He died Nov. 22, 1942. Mrs. Austin was a member of the Ellisburg Methodist church and its Ladies’ Aid society.

Wife of Loyson K. Austin.

ID# 114

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Mary Austin

1825 – 1925 Plot: E

1825-1925. Wife of Robert C. Austin.

ID# 115

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Robert C. Austin

1839 – 1906 Plot: E

ID# 116

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Willie M. Austin

1876 – April 2, 1877

died Apr. 2, 1877, age 1 yr., 9 mos. Son of Robert C. & Mary Austin.

ID# 117

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Anvenette Bounce Auyer

1842 – February 14, 1914 Wife of Simon Auyer, Mother of Lina A Auyer

ID# 118

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Charles H Auyer

October 7, 1853 – October 26, 1906 Son of Ira and Elizabeth Howe Auyer

ID# 119

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Ira Auyer

November 12, 1820 – February 28, 1892 Son of Jacob P. and Mary Rema Oyer

This should be ira oyer, Sandy Creek news., March 03, 1892, Page 5, Image 5 *Duplicate*

ID# 120

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Lonnie Auyer

1858 – November 17, 1859

ID# 121

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Roena B Hanchett Auyer

1831 – 1868

ID# 122

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Simon Auyer

June 27, 1829 – August 14, 1910

ID# 123

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Rev Oliver W. Ayer

1765 – May 24, 1832

Rev. Oliver Ayer was born in Connecticut in 1765. He was ordained in 1793. He lived in West Stockbridge with his young family until he moved to New York, perhaps about 1806. He founded mission churches along the New York frontier, esp. in the areas SE of Utica, west of Rochester, and in the SE corner of Lake Erie. The family appears to have moved about until they landed fairly permanently at Augusta and then Sandy Creek.

Rev. Oliver Ayer was married to Phebe Brown, of Massachusetts, b. abt 1767. They had a son, Dr. John Grier Ayer.

It’s possible that there were 4 sons: Daniel (newspaperman in vicinity of Erie Canal east of Sandy Creek area), Dr. John Grier Ayer (the bachelor doctor who lived in vicinity of Sandy Creek and died in rather straitened circumstances), Frederic Ayer (the Indian missionary who I’m studying), and Oliver Ayer, Jr., who was inclined toward working with wood and machinery–a cheese box maker and a carriage marker from Ellisburg, NY.). There may have been a sister but I have no name–there is a female child in an early census.

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Rev. Oliver Ayer settled in Sandy Creek in March, 1822. He was installed as the first resident pastor of the Presbyterian church upon his arrival. (The church itself was founded in 1817, which became the Congregational church in 1842). He remained pastor for several years (1822-1829) until he was succeeded by Rev. Caleb Burge in spring of 1831. He was noted as being called “Priest” Ayer by the people of Sandy Creek.

He and his son, Dr. John, were both among the early inspectors of schools in Sandy Creek, being appointed in May 1825. He had another son, Oliver Ayer Jr. who served as Town Clerk from 1826-27.

Sources: Sandy Creek News, Feb. 4, 1915; Sandy Creek News, Aug 4, 1927; Sandy Creek News, Feb 21, 1935; Sandy Creek News, March 31, 1976

Note: Aged 66 years

ID# 124

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James B. Ayerst

April, 1877 – August 8, 1945 Husband of May A. Carpenter Ayerst

ID# 125

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Lester Paul Ayerst

September 10, 1908 – July 5, 1926 Son of James B. and May A. Carpenter Ayerst

ID# 126

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May A. Carpenter Ayerst

May 12, 1877 – March 18, 1937 Wife of James B. Ayerst

ID# 127

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Betty L. Babbitt

March 28, 1930 – November 27, 1995 Plot: S

Betty L. Babbitt, 65, of Rockland Road, died Wednesday at Horton Memorial Hospital in Middletown.

A native of Ellisburg, Mrs. Babbitt lived in Jefferson County before moving to Roscoe. She was the widow of Eugene Babbitt.

Surviving are a daughter, Debbie Babbitt of Cortland; four sons, Tommy of Tully, William F. of McLean, Robert J. of Deerfield Beach, Fla., and John of McGraw; her companion, Neil Kelly of Roscoe; two sisters, Shirley Staie and Ruth Edwards, both of Adams; nine grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Wright-Beard Funeral Home, Cortland. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 128

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Edna Higgins Babcock

1907 – 1997 Plot: Q

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, August 18, 1997

Edna E. Babcock, 90, of 2690 Oswego County Route 2, died Saturday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown, where she had been a patient since July 7.

Mrs. Babcock formerly was a waitress at local restaurants.

Born May 1, 1907, in Antwerp, daughter of Edwin and Myrtle Simpson Higgins, she had lived in Watertown and Lacona before moving to Richland in 1967.

She married Ernest C. Babcock on July 27, 1947, in the Church of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, Watertown, with the Rev. Benoit C. Dostie officiating. Mr. Babcock died July 5, 1976.

Surviving are a daughter, Nadine Bolton, Watertown, four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Three brothers, Arthur, Nicholas and Otis Higgins, and a sister, Ida, died before her.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with the Rev. John Hogan officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

1907-1997. Wife of Ernest C. Babcock.

ID# 129

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Ernest C. Babcock

1916 – 1970 Plot: Q

ID# 130

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Ernest C. Babcock

July 14, 1921 – July 5, 1976 Plot: Q

Newspaper Obituary – Tuesday, July 6, 1976 Watertown Daily Times – Ernest C. Babcock Dies – Richland – Ernest C. Babcock, 54, Richland, R.D. 3 , died Monday afternoon in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, after a short illness. The funeral will be Thursday, 9:15 a.m., Somerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, and 10 a.m., St Francis Xavier Cabrina Church, Lacona, with Rev. R. Daniel DeLorme officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, with military honors. Calling at the funeral home will be Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Surviving besides his widow, Mrs. Edna E. Higgins Babcock; four brothers, John, Mesa, Ariz., Donald, and Leo, both of Canada, and Hubert E., Solvay. Born July 14, 1921, in Kingston, Ont., a son of William and Kathering Scrutten Babcock, and lived at Mannsville and in Watertown before moving to Richland in 1967. He married Edna E. Higgins of Watertown July 27m 1947, at the Church of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. Mr. Babcock, formerly employed as a route salesman for Stalkers and Netherlands Dairies for 23 years, was employed by the Oswego County Highway Dept., the past three years.

1921-1976. Tec. 5 US Army WWII.

ID# 131

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Carl J. Back

May 17, 1875 – August 29, 1930

Newspaper Obituary – September 4, 1930 Sandy Creek News – Carl Back – The community was deeply shocked and grieved by the sudden and premature death of Carl Back at his home, Central Hotel, Lacona, Tuesday morning, August 29, 1930. Without seeming warning he passed away, bringing sorrow into the lives of friends that knew him and loved him. He was born in the Town of Croghan, May 17, 1875, being a son of Christopher and Christine Marshall Back who were natives of Alsace-Lorraine, a French province annexed in 1870 by Germany and recovered by France in 1918. Though born in America, his parents taught him French, German and English, which he spoke fluently. He was united in marriage with Miss Edith Joyner October 10, 1910, who survives him and who has the sympathy of the community in this hour of her sorrow. He also is survived by three sons, Roderick, Ira and Grant, and by two brothers, Joseph Back, Lowville, and Peter Back, Croghan, and by three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Bush, Utica, Mrs. E. M. Millett, Newark, N.J., and Mrs. John Bush, Belfast. At Croghan, his former home, he was engaged in the milk business until eleven years ago when he moved to Lacona to conduct the hostelry known as the Central Hotel. By reason of his courtesy, affable manner and pleasing personality, he made his house a place of comfort and hospitality. He gave his best to the well being of his guests, possessing the happy faculty of making the sojourner feel at home. His memorial service was held at his late home Sunday afternoon, August 31, Rev. T. T. Davies in charge. The Community Band played timely and fitting selections. Burial in the family lot in Woodlawn Cemetery. The floral tribute was beautiful and impressive, expressing love and esteem for the one asleep in death. The departed possessed those elements in his character that made him a favorite among those that knew him, congenial, friendly and a willingness on his part to do something for others. He was a good man in the community and he touched life by his smile, warm handshake, friendly attitude and kindness of heart.

ID# 132

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Edith Back

September 11, 1889 – February 8, 1985

Newspaper Obituary – February 20, 1985 Sandy Creek News – Edith L. Back – Mrs. Edith L. Back, 95, of 217 Juanita Drive, Liverpool, former owner and operator of the Central Hotel, Lacona, died early Saturday, Feb. 8, 1985, at the James Square Nursing Home, Syracuse, where she had been a resident since April, 1983. Mrs. Back was born on Sept. 11, 1889 in Redfield, daughter of Merritt and Martha Cottrell Joyner. She was graduated from Carthage High School and married Carl J. Back in 1910 at Beaver Falls. The couple moved in 1914 to Lacona, where they owned and operated the Central Hotel. Mr. Back died in 1930. Mrs. Back continued to run the hotel with her sons, retiring in 1950. She moved to Liverpool in 1966. She was a charter member and former president of the Cable Trail Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxilliary, 8534, Lacona. She is survived by a son, Grant A., Liverpool; three grandchildren; four step grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Three sons died before her: Richard, in 1911, Ira in June, 1966; and Roderick in Sept., 1966. Funeral services were held Feb. 11, at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with Rev. Virgil H. Hager, pastor of the Sandy Creek First Baptist, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, in the spring. Memorial donations in Mrs. Back’s name may be made to Cable Trail Veterans of Foreign Wars 8534 building fund, Lacona.

ID# 133

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Ira Allen Back

November 6, 1919 – June 17, 1966

Newspaper Obituary – June 23, 1966 Sandy Creek News – Ira A. Back, 46 Dies June 17th – Ira A. Back, 46, died at his home on the Boylston Center road Friday night, June 17, 1966 at about 6 o’clock. His death was unexpected, since he had not been ill and had worked as usual that day at the Lacona post office where he was employed as postal clerk. He was a lifelong resident of Lacona, where he was born Nov. 6, 1919, son of Carl and Edith Joyner Back. He attended Sandy Creek Central school and was in the U.S. Army during World War II, serving from Jan. 22, 1942 to Oct. 6, 1945, His overseas service was in the Pacific. He was married Sept. 30, 1946 to Miss Arlene Salisbury, who survives him, with one daughter, Miss Jean Back and a son, Dwight. Also surviving are his mother, Mrs. Edith Back of Lacona and two brothers, Roderic Back of Lacona and Grant Back of Liverpool. Mr. Back was a postal clerk at the Lacona post office, having been appointed July 29, 1946. He was a member of Cable Trail Post Veterans of Foreign Wars. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at the Weston and Woodard Funeral Home, with Rev. Robert Bird, pastor of the Sandy Creek Methodist church, officiating. Serving as bearers were Hugh Birdslow, Burns Edick, Raymond Widrig, Walter Cobb, Leland Joyner and Harry Fredenberg. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetry.

Tech. Sgt. Army WWII.

ID# 134

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Roderic Joyner Back

September 25, 1915 – August 31, 1966 Plot: Q

Sept. 25, 1915-Aug. 31, 1966. NY Tec. 5 Armed Recon. Co. WWII.

ID# 135

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Alice Thompson Bacon

1896 – 1994 Plot: Q

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, March 27, 1994

Alice M. Bacon, 97, formerly of 8053 Franklin St., died at 11:30 p.m. Friday in the Madonna Home, Watertown, where she had been a resident for three weeks.

The funeral will be 1 p.m. Tuesday in Sandy Creek Baptist Church with Jim Horth, lay pastor, officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Summerville Funeral Home, with a Grange service at 3:30 p.m. and an Order of the Eastern Star service at 8:30 p.m. Contributions may be made to the Sandy Creek Baptist Church, the Sandy Creek Grange or the Order of the Eastern Star.

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Jean) Roberts, Raleigh, N.C.; nine grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.

A son, Ralph T., died on Feb. 12.

Born on April 30, 1896, in Sandy Creek, a daughter of Alvin and Harriett Near Thompson, she married George H. Bacon on March 6, 1913, in Watertown, with the Rev. Duane Johnson officiating.

Mr. and Mrs. Bacon lived in Antwerp, then in Star Lake for 11 years, and then in Gouverneur for three years. They moved to Sandy Creek in 1936. Mr. Bacon, a self-employed carpenter, died on Dec. 31, 1963.

Mrs. Bacon was employed by the former Corse Press for 37 years, retiring in 1962.

She was an accomplished pianist and organist. She was a member and organist for more than 60 years at the Sandy Creek Baptist Church, and was a member and musician of Sandy Creek Grange 127.

Mrs. Bacon also was a member of the Pomona and State Grange, and a member, musician and past matron of Lake Ontario Chapter 124, Order of the Eastern Star. She was grand representative to the state of Alabama Order of the Eastern Star, State of New York, from 1969 to 1971.

She was a member of the Order of the Amaranth Sterling Court in Watertown, and a member and musician of the Cable Trail Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 85344 Auxiliary in Lacona. She also was a member of the Sandy Creek-Orwell Senior Citizens and its kitchen band, and was a member of the Senior Citizens Bowling League.

1896-1994. Wife of George H. Bacon.

ID# 136

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George H. Bacon

November 10, 1888 – December 31, 1963 Plot: R

Newspaper Obituary – January 9, 1964 Sandy Creek News – George Bacon’s Death Occurs – The funeral of George H. Bacon, well known granger and a resident of this village since 1936, was held Saturday afternoon. Mr. bacon, who was 75, died Dec. 31, 1963 at his home on Ellisburg street. He had suffered a series of strokes over the past four years. George Harrison Bacon was born in Antwerp Nov. 10, 1888, a son of George C. and Rachel Streeter Bacon. He attended Antwerp schools and worked later as a trucker for the W. H. Loomis Talc company in Gouverneur. He also constructed the original greens on the Star Lake Inn golf course and was head green keeper for nine years – 50th Anniversary Noted – March 6, 1913 he married Miss Alice Thompson of Sandy Creek. The wedding took place in Watertown, Rev. D. C. Johnson officiating. They lived in Antwerp, Star Lake, Gouverneur and since 1936 had been Sandy Creek residents. Mr. Bacon was a retired carpenter. He and Mrs. Bacon celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last year, when friends and relatives gathered at Sandy Creek Grange to honor them. Mr. Bacon was a member of Sandy Creek Lodge F. and A. M. in which he served as tiler, and a past master of the Sandy Creek Grange. He had been especially active in the Grange, and served as a member of its degree teams. At the funeral, held Saturday afternoon at the Weston and Woodard funeral parlors, Rev. Richard Aylor, pastor of Sandy Creek Baptist church, officiated. Serving as bearers were Edward Wright, Paul and Clyde Bacon of Watertown and Jesse Bacon of Hannibal. All are nephews. Friday evening, a Masonic service was held by members of Sandy Creek Lodge No. 564 and members of Sandy Creek Grange also attended this as a group. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery in the spring. – Surviving Relatives – Surviving Mr. Bacon, besides his wife, Mrs. Alice Thompson Bacon, are a son, Ralph T. Bacon, Adams; a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Jean) Roberts, Sandy Creek; two sisters.

ID# 137

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Ida Lewis Badgley

1868 – 1919

ID# 138

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Alex Bagalonis

1922 – 1989

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, May 2, 1989

The funeral for Alex Bagalonis, 67, Upton Road, will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Summerville Funeral Home, with the Rev. Douglas Ferry, pastor of the Richland Calvary Baptist Church, and the Rev. Raymond McVey, Unity Acres, Orwell, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Mr. Bagalonis died at 2:17 a.m. Monday in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where he had been a patient since April 12.

Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 this evening at the funeral home.

Surviving are a son, Michael R., Orwell; two daughters, Mrs. Terry (Mary Ann) Bentley, Lacona, and Mrs. Jim (Theresa) Harbist, Ashland, Pa.; nine grandchildren; a brother, Thomas, Pennsylvania; two sisters, Mrs. Stanley (Tessie) Majewski, Maine, and Mrs. Joseph (Helen) Visocki, Brooklyn, a niece and a nephew.

Born in Atlas, Pa., Feb. 9, 1922, a son of Michael and Stella Bagalonis, he was educated in Pennsylvania.

His first marriage, to Mary Costa, ended in divorce. He later married Viola Kincaid, who died in September 1970.

Mr. Bagalonis had lived in the Pulaski-Sandy Creek area since 1959. He was employed as a construction worker with Local 40, Syracuse, retiring in 1984.

He was a World War II Navy veteran.

ID# 139

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Viola M. Kincaid Bagalonis

February 2, 1917 – September 25, 1970

Newspaper Obituary – October 1, 1970 Sandy Creek News – Viola Bagalonis dies in hospital – Mrs. Viola M. Bagalonis, 53, wife of Alex Bagalonis, Boylston, died Friday Sept. 25, 1970 at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown. Surviving besides her husband, are a son, Michael, Boylston; a brother, Paul Kincaid, Pierrepont Manor; two sisters, Mrs. Irwin Horr and Mrs. Ronald, Rochester. Born at Sandy Creek, Feb. 2, 1917, a daughter of Leroy and Alice VanAuken Kincaid, she attended local schools before her marriage. Since living on the Keeney Bridge Road she has been a good neighbor and will be missed by her many friends. Funeral services were held Monday at the O’Brien Funeral Home, Rev. Ivan Greenfield officiating and burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ID# 140

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Edward Bailey

1869 – 1943 Plot: L

ID# 141

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Idella Bailey

1877 – 1954

1877-1954. Wife of Edward Bailey.

ID# 142

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Clellia Eugenia Tifft Bainbridge

December 12, 1865 – October 14, 1958

Obituary taken from the Sandy Creek Newspaper, October 16, 1958:

Mrs. Clellia Tifft Bainbridge who would of been 93 years old on December 12, died early Tuesday afternoon, October 14, 1958 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright in Lacona. She was a lifelong resident of Lacona. Mrs. Bainbridge was the daughter of early residents of the village of Lacona, the late Lafayette Tifft and Mrs. Jane Ann Thomas Tifft. She was born and lived for over 90 years, in the old home which was recently acquired by A. J. Thacker and which is now in the process of being demolished. This house was built by William Hudson, who sold it to Lafayette Tifft and in this home she was born December 12, 1865. There were two brothers, Steven, who died when two years of age, and George who lived to be 25 years old. Until about two years ago when she fell and broke her hip she had continued to live in the old house although the latter part of her life she closed her home during the winter months and lived in the home of others. She was married to George Bainbridge, whose death occurred many years ago. Mrs. Bainbridge was a former member of the Maccabees at the time that order was active in Lacona. She was also a member of Lake Ontario Chapter Order of Eastern Star and enjoyed attending its meetings as long as she was able. Until she fell about two years ago Mrs. Bainbridge had been able to be unusually active for one of her age and she had always retained a youthful outlook and interest in life. She enjoyed good eyesight and hearing and mental faculties until the end of her long life. She was ill only for a few hours before death occurred, having been out of bed and in her chair as usual for the day. Her funeral will be held at 2 o’ clock Thursday afternoon at Weston and Woodard Funeral Home, the Rev. Kendall Scouten, pastor of Sandy Creek Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Bainbridge’s only relatives are cousins, Miss Belle Thomas of Orwell is her first cousin; Mrs. H. Floyd Blount of Lacona; Mrs. Charles Watts of Oswego and Mrs. R. V. Hunter of Syracuse are second cousins.

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Abbie Baker

January 27, 1864 – May 25, 1865 Plot: E

Inscription:

Aged 1 yr

Note: on same stone as Caroline & Laton Baker

ID# 144

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Ada Brewer Baker

1860 – 1913

ID# 145

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Arabelle Smith Baker

unknown – January 25, 1875

Note: Wife of Howard Baker. Aged 20 years

ID# 146

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Caroline Stewart Baker

January 27, 1830 – January 19, 1921 Daughter of Benjamin and Patience Look Stewart, Wife of Laton Baker

The Pulaski Democrat February 2, 1921

Caroline Baker

The death of Mrs. Caroline Baker, widow of Layton Baker, who was a resident of Orwell for many years, occurred at the home of her grandson, Claude Baker, at Lycoming, January 19. Mrs Baker was 94 years of age. She leaves one son, Alonzo, of Mexico, and one brother, Esick Stewart, of the Richland Road. Burial took place at Sandy Creek.

ID# 147

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Charles A. “Chuck” Baker

January 28, 1920 – December 25, 1979 Son of Fred R. and Edna F. Jones Baker

Charles was married to Janet MacDougal (from Sandy Creek) on June 22, 1955. They had two children; Bradley S. and Jay/Jarilyn Southard.

Charles had one brother, James Herman (1921-2010), and one sister, Sally B. Bolyard (1924-?). James is buried nearby in Woodlawn with his wife. And the last known address for Sally was Washington.

ID# 148

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Chloe A. Thomlinson Baker

unknown – 1929

MRS. CHLOE BAKER

Chloe A. Thomlinson, daughter of Richard and Hannah (Potter) Thomlinson, died in Oswego Hospital, September 25, 1929, at the age of 74 after an illness of five months.

She was married to Clayton L. Baker, June 24, 1875, by Rev. J.H. Hicks at the home’ of her uncle, E.P. Potter of Lacona, with whom she made her home while attending Sandy Creek High School. Clayton L. Baker was a brother of Howard F. Baker, Lacona, and Mrs. M.F. Thomas, Sandy Creek, and of Dr. W.G. Baker of Vanceburg, Kentucky.

Her home for a number of years was in the west in 1898 she returned to Lacona where she resided until two years ago when she went to Oswego to live with her sister, Mrs. John Washburn.

She leaves to mourn her loss, Mrs. George C. Baker and son of Washington, D.C., and niece, Mr s. Myron Stone of Oswego. She was a member of Christ Church of Des Moines, Ia., and a member of the order of the local Eastern Star.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 10, 1929

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MRS. CHLOE BAKER

The funeral services for Mrs. Chloe Baker, who died Wednesday at the home of her sister in Oswgeo, will be held there on Friday at two p.m. and the burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 26, 1929

ID# 149

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Claude E Baker

1908 – 1967 Plot: H

s/o Maitland R Baker & Jennie A Baker

ID# 150

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Clayton L. Baker

1852 – 1898

ID# 151

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Edna F. Jones Baker

February 20, 1892 – April 30, 1958

Fred and Edna also had a daughter, Sally B. Bolyard whose last known address was the state of Washington.

ID# 152

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Eleanor Baker

unknown – April 1, 1864

died Apr. 1, 1864. Wife of Laton Baker.

ID# 153

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Fred R Baker

April 20, 1895 – February 3, 1973 Plot: T

Fred was a WW1 veteran. He was gassed (Mustard) in France 1918.

Fred’s mother was Nellie J. Smith (1879-1900). She is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Town of Scriba, Oswego County, NY. At the time of this inclusion there was no Grave Memorial number to enter.

Fred and Edna also had a daughter, Sally B. Bolyard whose last known address was the state of Washington.

ID# 154

FindAGrave Memorial# 138482851

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Gerry Lynn Baker

1968 – 1998

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Gerry L. Baker, 29, of 720 N. Main St., North Syracuse, formerly of Sandy Creek, died Sunday in an automobile accident on the Morgan Road, Clay.

Mrs. Baker was a self-employed doll maker.

Born July 3, 1968, at Watertown, a daughter of William “Blackie” and Ginger Johnson Phillips, she graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1986 and attended Central City Business Institute, Syracuse. She married David G. Baker on Dec. 2, 1992.

Surviving besides her husband, her mother, now of Redding, Calif., and her father are a sister, Ginger Howlett, Sandy Creek; three brothers, Bill, Cliff and Mark Phillips, all of Sandy Creek; six nieces, and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Thursday at Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. Brian Snyder, pastor of Boylston Wesleyan Church, officiating. Following cremation, spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ID# 155

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James Herman Baker

December 9, 1921 – February, 2010 Plot: R

James and his wife had two sons, Michael R. who resides in the state of Washington, and Daniel R. who resides in Oneida County.

James had one brother, Charles A. (1920-1979) who is buried nearby in Woodlawn. He had one sister whose last known address was the state of Washington.

ID# 156

FindAGrave Memorial# 138482863

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Janet M. Baker

1920 – unknown

1920-. Wife of Charles A. Baker.

ID# 157

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917312

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L. B. Baker

unknown – unknown

Note: Stone badly eroded. In oldest section of cemetery

ID# 158

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Laton Baker

September 14, 1827 – October 16, 1897

Newspaper Obituary – October 26, 1897 Jefferson County Journal – Died – Baker – In Orwell, October 16, Laton Baker, aged 71 years

ID# 159

FindAGrave Memorial# 82635831

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Margaret M. ??? Baker

December 31, 1919 – June 24, 2008

Margaret and James had two sons; Michael R. who resides in the state of Washington, and Daniel R. who resides in Oneida County

ID# 160

FindAGrave Memorial# 112103098

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Patie B. Baker

September 17, 1848 – September, 1871

Inscription:

Aged 23 yrs

Note: on same stone as Laton & Caroline Baker

ID# 161

FindAGrave Memorial# 117922035

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Verna R Baker

May 18, 1916 – January 7, 1991 Wife of Claude E. Baker

Wife of Julius Baldwin. Aged 51 years

ID# 162

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917856

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Abigail Willard Baldwin

unknown – February 15, 1844

ID# 163

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Albert D. Baldwin

unknown – August 15, 1859

Inscription:

Son Israel & Polly Baldwin

ID# 164

FindAGrave Memorial# 115282990

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Asa R. Baldwin

unknown – unknown

ID# 165

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917370

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Betsey Reynolds Baldwin

1786 – January 12, 1870

Note: Wife of Zebulon Baldwin. Aged 83 years

ID# 166

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917323

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Betsey Baldwin

September 6, 1804 – May 18, 1844

Note: Wife of Zebulon Baldwin. Aged 39 years 9 months & 12 days

ID# 167

FindAGrave Memorial# 18926820

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Clarence L. Baldwin

1856 – 1932 Husband of Delia Close Baldwin

ID# 168

FindAGrave Memorial# 18926827

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Delia Close Baldwin

August 4, 1859 – July 5, 1938

MRS. CLARENCE L. BALDWIN

Mrs. Delia Close Baldwin, widow of Clarence L. Baldwin, died July 5, 1938, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Wells, after an illness of five weeks which resulted from a heart ailment and the development of a streptoceocus infection.

Mrs. Baldwin was born August 4,1859 in Butterville, near Smithville in Jefferson county, her parents being the late Sanford and Sarah Daggett Close. Her early life was spent in the vicinity of Butterville. For several years she taught in the Moira and Lawrenceville schools, before her marriage November 9, 1881 to Clarence L. Baldwin, son of Leman and Malvina Woodard Baldwin of Sandy Creek. They were married in Nicholville, by Rev.J.O. Blaisdell and following their marriage came to Sandy Creek, where Mrs. Baldwin has since resided. She and Mr. Baldwin observed their 50th wedding

anniversary in 1931. Mr. Baldwin died February 13, 1932.

Mrs. Baldwin is survived by her dauhgter, Mrs. Bessie Wells And by. one son, Hubert Baldwin of Watertaon. Two grandchildren, Jack Wells and Barbara Baldwin; and several nieces and nephews also survive.

Funeral services will be held at the Wells home at 2 p.m. thursday afternoon, with Rev. F.Dwight Flinn, pastor of the Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek

Source: Sandy Creek News, July 6 1938

ID# 169

FindAGrave Memorial# 138482876

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Ellis Baldwin

unknown – unknown

died age 2 yrs. Son of George Baldwin

ID# 170

FindAGrave Memorial# 115477172

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Frank L. Baldwin

unknown – August 15, 1884

Inscription:

Aged 18 yrs, 4 mos, & 6 days

ID# 171

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641910

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George A. Baldwin

March 10, 1881 – December 16, 1893 Plot: L

ID# 172

FindAGrave Memorial# 115289057

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George E. Baldwin

unknown – July 9, 1877

Inscription:

Aged 75 years

ID# 173

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641911

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Harrison Baldwin

1827 – 1915 Plot: B

ID# 174

FindAGrave Memorial# 96647419

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Israel Baldwin

August 27, 1825 – 1900

ID# 175

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917878

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Pvt Jabez Baldwin

January 1, 1763 – May 10, 1844

Located three miles west of Sandy Creek village in 1809, lived the rest of his life here.

Inscription:

PVT MASS & CONN MILITIA REVOLUTIONARY WAR

Note: Husband of Abigail Baldwin

ID# 176

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641912

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Jennie J. Baldwin

1843 – 1898 Plot: M

ID# 177

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641913

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John J. Baldwin

1838 – 1910 Plot: B

ID# 178

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641914

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Joseph F. Baldwin

1841 – 1920 Plot: M

ID# 179

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641915

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Laura V. Baldwin

1858 – 1940 Plot: M

ID# 180

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641916

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Leman A. Baldwin

October 7, 1840 – June 15, 1885 Husband of Maria E. Redway Baldwin Plot: L

ID# 181

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Loretta Wilder Baldwin

1842 – July 13, 1923 Wife of John Jabez Baldwin

ID# 182

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Malvina Baldwin

unknown – December 7, 1839

Inscription:

Aged 6 yrs, 8 mos, 15 days

Note: on same stone as Mary Wilder, age 5

ID# 183

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641917

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Maria E. Redway Baldwin

September 16, 1848 – October 1, 1899 Wife of Leman A. Baldwin Plot: L

ID# 184

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Marion A. Baldwin

July 21, 1897 – October 13, 1987

Marion A. Baldwin, 90, formerly of Ten Eyck Street, died Tuesday evening, October 13, 1987 in the Samaritan-Keep Nursing Home, where she had been a patient since September 19.

Miss Baldwin is survived by a cousin, Mrs. Charles E.

(Barbara) Nichols, Florida.

Born July 21, 1897, at Sandy Creek, a daughter of Marvin R. and Nora Hurley Baldwin, she was graduated from Watertown High School in 1915 and from Albany State University in 1919, with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in history and biology. Miss Baldwin taught English at Portland High School, Portland, Conn., from 1919 to 1923.

On December 29, 1923, she returned to Watertown, where she married Harold C. Gregory at Holy Family Church, with Msgr. M.R. Burns officiating. The marriage ended in divorce in 1931.

Miss Baldwin resumed her teaching career in 1925 at Watertown High School, retiring in June 1962.

She was a communicant of St. Patrick’s Church and a member of its Altar and Rosary Society. She was also a charter member of the College Women’s Club of Jefferson County and a member of the New York State Retired Teachers Association and the Women’s Auxiliary of Mercy Hospital.

Services were held October 15 at the Cummings Funeral Home and at St. Patrick’s Church, Rev. Dennis R. Weezorak, parochial vicar, officiating. Burial was in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Oct 19, 1987

ID# 185

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Marvin R. Baldwin

1858 – 1927 Plot: P

ID# 186

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Mary Baldwin

1825 – unknown Wife Israel Baldwin

ID# 187

FindAGrave Memorial# 115282846

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Mary Baldwin

unknown – unknown

Inscription:

wife of Barney(?) Baldwin

ID# 188

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641919

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Nora A. Baldwin

1872 – 1954 Plot: P

ID# 189

FindAGrave Memorial# 115289172

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Orilla Baldwin

unknown – January 21, 1844 Wife of George Baldwin

Inscription:

Aged 37 years

ID# 190

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641920

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Platt Baldwin

unknown – unknown Son of George Baldwin Plot: A

Note: Age 1 yr., 7 mos., 13 days. Daughter of L. and M.E. Baldwin

ID# 191

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641921

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Tyra Baldwin

unknown – June 30, 1863 Plot: A

ID# 192

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William E Baldwin

September 22, 1847 – October 1, 1872

ID# 193

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Zebulon Baldwin

unknown – October 20, 1870

Husband of both Betsey Baldwin(d. May 18, 1844) and Betsey Reynolds Baldwin(d. Oct 20, 1870)

Aged 70 years 5 months & 13 days

ID# 194

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Rev A. N. Balsey

1831 – 1902

ID# 195

FindAGrave Memorial# 112477130

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Mary D. Trumball Balsey

1837 – 1923

Inscription:

wife of Rev. A.N. Trumball

ID# 196

FindAGrave Memorial# 112477192

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Milan E. Balsey

1880 – 1962

Inscription:

Their Son

Note: Son of A.N. & Mary Balsey

ID# 197

FindAGrave Memorial# 112154932

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Nicholas Balsey

October 6, 1793 – April 6, 1871

ID# 198

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Veranda Balsey

May 26, 1793 – January 28, 1874

ID# 199

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Howard “Gouber” Barber

April 24, 1930 – June 3, 2003

PFC US MARINE CORPS

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – June 5, 2003

Deceased Name: BARBER

Howard “Gouber” Barber June 3, 2003

Howard “Gouber” Barber, 73, of 262 Ellisburg St., Sandy Creek, died Tuesday at home. He was born in Antwerp, NY, son of the late Homer and Iyonne Beckstead Barber. Served in United States Marine Corps. Lived in Sandy Creek 47 years. He was a welder employed by Local #545 Operating Engineers of Syracuse. Retired in 1993. Was an avid hunter.

Survivors: wife of 50 years, the former Joyce Nellis; two daughters and sons-in-law, Rhonda and Randy Zimmerman of Ellisburg, and Lisa and Michael Bradshaw of Oswego; two granddaughters, M’Kenzie and Michaela.

Services: Friday at 1 p.m. Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Calling hours Thursday 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

ID# 200

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641922

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Joyce M. “Nellis” Barber

1932 – unknown Wife of Howard Barber Plot: R

ID# 201

FindAGrave Memorial# 18929204

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Alice Carl Barclay

1854 – 1912

Note: Wife of John Barclay (1857-1924)

ID# 202

FindAGrave Memorial# 18929192

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John Barclay

1857 – 1924

Note: Husband of Alice Carl Barclay

ID# 203

FindAGrave Memorial# 18929209

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John W. Barclay

1881 – October 15, 1918 Son of John & Alice Barclay

JOHN W. BARCLAY

On Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1918, at the home of his wife’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Pride, in Pulaski, occurred the death of John W. Barclay. Mr. Barclay was a son of John Barclay of Port Ontario and was born thirty-seven years ago at New Centerville. His mother’s maiden name was Carl and for several years when a small boy he was a resident with his parents in the southern part of the town of Sandy Creek. He was a nephew of Mrs. S.J. Weldon of Lacona.

On December 23, 1913 he was united in marriage to Miss May Louise Pride, at Pulaski. He was in the employ of the International Harvester Co. As his illness had been of short duration his death came as a shock to the community where he lived.

He was a member of Mexico Lodge, F. and A.M., Pulaski Lodge, I.O.O.F., Ringgold Fire Co. and Ontario Association Patrons of Industry.

He is survived by his father, John Barclay of Port Ontario and five brothers, William of Port Ontario, Seth of Mexico, James of Geneva, Andrew of Perth Amboy and George Barclay of Ellisburg. Private funeral services were held Thursday afternoon Rev. Charles T. Holcomb officiating. Burial in Woodlawn cemetery at Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 24, 1918

ID# 204

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Richard Bardeschewski Sr

January 25, 1921 – February 4, 2012

Richard Bardeschewski Sr.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2012

Richard “Dick” Bardeschewski, Sr. born 1/25/1921 in Oswego, NY passed peacefully at his home at Sandy Pond, Saturday, 2/4/12 surrounded by his loving family.

Dick’s parents, Regina and Leopold, and siblings, Edward, Frieda and Walter, immigrated to the USA from Germany June 1913. He grew up in Oswego, NY where he graduated from Oswego College of Industrial Arts and purchased the Bower Printing Company, which he ran until retirement in 1977. He met and married Norma Kleiman 2/20/47, and they moved to Sandy Pond, NY where they raised 5 children in the home he built. Dick is a veteran of WWII, where he served as a mechanic, while stationed in the Philippines. He continued to use his strong hands-on-skills throughout his professional and personal life. Dick was an avid fisherman and hunter. Those who knew him were familiar with his passion for collecting “antiquities!”

Dick is survived by Norma, his wife of 65 years, and children: Richard, Jr. (Nancy), Donna (Jim) Lo Dolce, Susan Mooney (companion Tom), Thomas (companion Jackie), David (Kathy), sister Louise Stafford, 10 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren. Richard is predeceased by his parents Regina and Leopold, two brothers, Edward and Walter, and two sisters, Frieda Winchell and Grace Rubley.

Calling hours will be from 4 – 6 p.m. Tuesday 2/7, followed by a short service by the Rev. Linda Taber at Summerville Funeral Home, 1997 Harwood Drive, Sandy Creek, followed by a gathering and buffet at the Lacona VFW, Salisbury Street. Spring burial will be held in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to Friends of Oswego County Hospice, 70 Bunner Street, Oswego, NY 13126-3309.

ID# 205

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Edward L. Bardy

1908 – 1971

ID# 206

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Leola F. Barholomew

August 10, 1920 – March 23, 1961

ID# 207

FindAGrave Memorial# 117928567

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Bruce R Barker

September 20, 1916 – February 4, 1984 Son of Pittman N. and Vera M. Robbins Barker

ID# 208

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Catherine E. “Cassie” McDonald Barker

November 25, 1861 – January 18, 1939 Plot: R

Newspaper Obituary – January 25, 1939 Sandy Creek News – Mrs. Catherine Baker – Catherine McDonald Barker, widow of the late James Barker died January 18, 1939 at the Good Shepard hospital, Syracuse, where she had been a patient for three weeks. She had been in poor health for some time and had been in the hospital for treatment previous to her last illness. Mrs. Barker was born November 25, 1861, daughter of Alexander and Catherine McDonald of Lorraine. She was married in 1883 to James Barker of Boylston who was a native of England. The couple began housekeeping on a three hundred acre farm in the northeastern part of the town of Boylston which they successfully operated until 1917 when they came to Lacona and bought the J.H. Ward home. Here they did gardening on an extensive scale and raised several varieties of berries and other small fruits until prevented by poor health. Mr. Barker passed away on November 21, 1922 and Mrs. Barker has continued her residence in Lacona. Of the three children born to them two are now living. A daughter Ethel (Mrs. Rye Wells) of Ilion and a son Oren who operates the home farm in Boylston and is the present supervisor of the town. The daughter Adelaide became the wife of Frank Stafford. She died shortly after the birth of her daughter Kathryn, now Mrs. Donald Alexander of Utica. Besides Mrs. Alexander, there survives three other grandchildren, a son and two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Barker and also a brother John McDonald of Lorraine. The funeral services was held at the home Saturday, January 21, at two o’clock and was conducted by Rev. F. Dwight Blinn, pastor of the Baptist church and interment was made in Woodlawn cemetery.

ID# 209

FindAGrave Memorial# 117920870

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Edith E Burt Barker

1887 – 1954 Daughter of Peter and Ann Sloan Burt, Wife of Oren Barker

ID# 210

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Elizabeth Orlof Barker

1907 – 1993

ID# 211

FindAGrave Memorial# 117887017

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Ellen M Rudd Barker

March 5, 1838 – April 20, 1909 Wife of William Barker

ID# 212

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Hazel E Barker

February 24, 1903 – June 15, 1924

She was born on the Ridge road, Lacona, the youngest daughter of Newell and Martha White Barker.

She loved music and played the piano.

ID# 213

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J Newell Barker

July 8, 1853 – March 6, 1925 Son of James and Margaret Holmes Barker

Sandy Creek News, March 19, 1925

NEWELL BARKER

Newell- Barker, aged 71,, who has

for years been a well known resident

on the Ridge Road, north of Lacona,

in Ellisburg, died Wednesday at 3:40

p. m. He had been in poor health

all winter and about a1 week ago suffered

a stroke from which he did not

rally. The funeral will be from the

family home on the R’idge, Saturday

at 2 o’clock, Rev. T. T. Davies officiating.

Burial in the family plot in

Woodlawn cemetery in Sandy Creek.

Newell Barker was the son of

James and Maraget Holmes Barker

and was born in the town of Boylston,

July 8, 1853. He is survived by his

wife, Martha .White, to whom he was

married January 1, 1884, and by four

daughters, Mrs. Frances Poole, of Lacona,

Mrs. Harvey Slyck of Syracuse,

Mrs.. Matthew Bencur, Adams; Mrs.

Emory Coonley of Syracuse and by

one granddaughter, Hazel Bencur, of

Adams; also by one • sister, Mrs.

Nancy Stevens, who is spending the

Winter in California.

For the past thirty-two years he

has been a resident of the Ridge and

enjoyed an extended acquaintance

throughout the section where he was

well and favorably known. His farm

was well adapted to raising strawberries

and (melons and these he was an

adept at marketing as well as raising/

The family has the sympathy

of a wide circle of friends.

ID# 214

FindAGrave Memorial# 138641924

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James Barker

1850 – November 21, 1922 Son of William and Ann Parkinson Barker Plot: R

Newspaper Obituary – November 23, 1922 Sandy Creek News – James Barker – The subject of this sketch died in Frankfort on Tuesday, November 21, 1922, at the age of 74 years. Mr. Barker had been in poor health for about a year and recently while at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Rye Wells of Frankfort, he suffered a paralytic shock from which he never recovered. He came to this country from England when a tiny baby and has lived in Boylston ever since until the last few years. He owned a farm of about 300 acres in the north eastern part of that town, near the State road and conducted it on a paying basis. About five years ago he bought the Joseph Ward residence in Lacona and raised several kinds of berries and died extensive gardening. He married Cassie McDonald, who survives and to them were born three children, Mrs. Addie Stafford deceased, Mrs. Rye Wells of Frankfort and one son, Orin, who resides on the farm in Boylston. His remains were brought here on Tuesday night and the funeral services were held today at two o’clock from his late home. A brother, Pitt N. Barker of Sandy Creek and a sister, Mrs. William J. Sloane, of New York, also survive. Mr. Barker is a son of the late William and Anne Parkus Barker for years leading citizens of the town of Boylston. Seventy years ago William Barker came from England and settled on the Barker farm then in an unbroken forest, without roads. During his life he cleared the timber and made it one of the best farms thereabouts.

ID# 215

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Martha Isabel “Mattie” White Barker

October 13, 1867 – May 10, 1942

daughter of Daniel and Jane Robothan White.

She married J. Newell Barker of Boylston on Jan 1, 1884,

and she died in Mannsville, Jefferson Co., NY on May

10, 1942

—————

Sandy Creek N.Y. News May 1942

MRS. MARTHA W. BARKER

Funeral services for Mrs

Martha Isabel White Barker, 74

who died at the home of her

daughter, Mrs. Harvey Slyck, in

South. Main street, Mannsville,

Sunday, May 10, 1942 were held

at the Pratt funeral home at

Lacona 2p m.. Wednesday Rev

Herbert Harrison, pastor of

Sandy Creek Methodist church

officiating. Bearers were Leland

Blount, Harold Tifft, Volney

Balch and Glen Chamberlain.

Burial was at Sandy-Creek Mrs”,

Barker had suffered with arthri

tis for threes years and had been

confined to bed -since January of

this year.

She was born 0ct. 13 1867 in

the town of Sandy Creek the

daughter Daniel and Jane Rob

otham White. She married

Newell Barker of Boylston Jan 1

They lived in that Vicinity

until 1893 when they purchased

a place on the Mannsvile Lacona

road and conducted a small fiuit

farm. Mr. Barker died Maich I8

1925. Mrs Barker remained at

the home until 1937 when she

sold the place and made her home

with her oldest daughter Mrs

Waiter Pool on the Hagan Road

until November, 1940 when she

went to live with her daughter,

Mrs Harvey Slyck at Mannsvllle

She is survived by four daugh

ters; Mrs Walter (Frances)

Poole, Lacona; Mrs Harvey (Jen

nie) Slyck, Mannsviile; Mrs

Matthew (Cora) Bencur Pulaski;

Mrs Emery (Dora) Coonley, Syr

acuse Also three grandchildren

Mrs Anthony (Hazel) MencKelly,

Syracuse, Lauue and Marilyn

Slyck, Mannsville, and

several

nephews and. nieces A

daughter Hazel died in 1924.

ID# 216

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N. Marie Barker

1925 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 217

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Oren Barker

October 4, 1886 – January, 1967

married Nov 17, 1915 New York

s/o James Barker & Cassie Mcdonald

ID# 218

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Oren J Barker

January 9, 1921 – February, 1982

Buried beside N. Marie Barker

ID# 219

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Pittman N Barker

June 19, 1876 – 1959

s/o William & Ellen Rudd Barker

married Jan 30, 1901

ID# 220

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Sloane Barker

September 20, 1905 – August 26, 1988

Post-Standard, The ( Syracuse , NY ) – September 24, 1988

Deceased Name: SLOANE BARKER

Graveside services for former Sandy Creek resident Sloane Barker, 82, who died Aug. 26 at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., will be at 1 p.m. Monday in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

A native of Sandy Creek, Mr. Barker also lived in New York City before moving to Fort Lauderdale in 1955. He was associated with the realty corporations held by the Sloane Trust and was president of Sloane Estates Inc. while in New York City. Mr. Barker retired from Venetian Realty Co. of Lighthouse Point, Fla.

Mr. Barker was president of the Carpenters and Builders Association in New York City. During World War II, Mr. Barker served with the War Production Board in Washington, D.C.

Surviving are his wife, Virginia; a son, Sloane Jr. of Menlo Park, Calif.; two stepsons, Fulton Holmes of Martinsville, N.J., and Foster Holmes of Fort Lauderdale; a stepdaughter, Faith Smith of Santa Clara, Calif.; a brother, George Barker of Larchmont; two sisters, Annis Mills of Fort Lauderdale and Ellen Pettit of Landrum, S.C.; and three grandsons.

Summerville Funeral Home has charge of local arrangements.

ID# 221

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Vera M Robbins Barker

1882 – 1962 Daughter of George & Rocina Robbins, Wife of Pittman N Barker

ID# 222

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Andrew James Barless III

October 1, 1854 – May 24, 1863 Son of Romain C and Helen J Thompson Barless Plot: B

ID# 223

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Andrew James Barless Jr

March 7, 1832 – May 10, 1906 Plot: C

Enlisted 17 Mar 1861 in Company G, 24th New York Infantry. Mustered out 31 Jan 1862 in Belle Plain, VA. Married Sarah L Knight in 1865

ID# 224

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Ernest Barless

unknown – January 17, 1872

Previously unknown son; didn’t show up on any census records.

ID# 225

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Helen Jenette Barless

unknown – July 27, 1856 Plot: B

Note: Age 17 yrs., 4 mos., 3 days. Daughter Of Andrew & Jennette Barless.

ID# 226

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Deborah A. Chapin Barlow

June 18, 1843 – December 20, 1918 Wife of Smith N. Barlow Plot: F

Sandy Creek news., December 26, 1918, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 227

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Martha A. Barlow

February 18, 1835 – April 23, 1874 Wife of Smith N. Barlow Plot: F

ID# 228

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Robert Philip Barlow

1881 – unknown Plot: F

ID# 229

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Ruth Franck Barlow

1896 – 1945 Plot: F

ID# 230

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Smith H. Barlow

October 1, 1832 – March 18, 1901 Plot: F

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

ID# 231

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Elizabeth Barney

1873 – 1942

ID# 232

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Ezra Barney

1870 – 1942

ID# 233

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Ezra J. Barney

July 12, 1895 – March 30, 1975 Plot: R

ID# 234

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Fayette C. Barney

1891 – 1971 Husband of Lillian E. Barney Plot: T

ID# 235

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Lenora H. Barney

1855 – 1932 Wife of William Barney Plot: O

ID# 236

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Lillian E. Barney

1898 – 1994 Wife of Fayette C. Barney Plot: T

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, January 16, 1994

Lillian E. Barney, 95, of 9128 Salisbury St., died at 5:45 a.m. Saturday at Community-General Hospital, Syracuse, after a short illness.

A memorial service will be at 4 p.m. Monday at the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church with the Rev. Lorraine Zimmerman, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery in the spring.

There will be no calling hours. Contributions may be made to the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church. Arrangements are with the Summerville Funeral Home.

Born Sept. 16, 1898, in Guthrie Center, Iowa, daughter of Isaac and Clara Nesselroad Mann, she graduated from high school in Guthrie Center and graduated from Grinnell (Iowa) College in 1921.

She was a mathematics teacher in Hampton, Ohio, for 29 years, moving to Sandy Creek in 1950. She married Fayette C. Barney in 1950. Mr. Barney, retired associate editor of Holstein World magazine, died Dec. 10, 1971.

Mrs. Barney was chairwoman of the Sandy Creek chapter of the American Red Cross in 1960. She received a certificate of appreciation from the Red Cross in 1969 and continued to do volunteer work at local blood banks.

She was a member, past president, past secretary and current vice president of the Sandy Creek-Orwell Senior Citizens organization, a member of the Retired Senior Volunteers Program and director of its county council.

Mrs. Barney was a member of the former Fortnightly Club. She was also a member of Lake Ontario Chapter 124 of the Order of the Eastern Star, serving as chaplain since 1963.

She was a member of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, a past president of the United Methodist Women and a former Sunday School teacher. She did volunteer work with the Tug Hill Tourathon, and Monday through Friday each week worked as a volunteer at the senior citizens nutrition site as floor superintendent, as well as serving as chaplain.

Mrs. Barney was honored with the DeWitt Clinton Award in 1992.

ID# 237

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Mary S. Barney

1900 – 1989 Wife of Ezra J. Barney Plot: R

ID# 238

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William Barney

1844 – 1911 Husband of Leonora H. Barney Plot: O

ID# 239

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Cherylene A. Bartholomew

September 7, 1946 – January 6, 1967

ID# 240

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Leola F. Bartholomew

August 10, 1920 – March 23, 1961 Plot: P

ID# 241

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Anna Bartlett

July 1, 1873 – September 13, 1963 Plot: J

Newspaper Obituary – September 19, 1963 Sandy Creek News – Mrs. Bartlett Long Active in Community Life – In the death of Anna Jones Bartlett on Sept. 13, 1963 at the Evergreens Nursing Home, Pulaski, this community lost an able historian with a remarkable memory which retained its powers until the last few weeks of her 80 years of life. Her interest in the affairs of her home town, and the organizations of which she was a member never diminished with her advancing years. The funeral was held Sunday at the Weston and Woodard Funeral Home with Rev. Robert W. Bird, pastor of Sandy Creek Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery. Bearers were Carl Burritt, Howard Blunt, William Potter, Wendell Sprague, Arthur Wart and Raymond Widrig. Mrs. Bartlett was born July 1, 1873 in Sandy Creek, the daughter of Leurendus J. and Julia Otis Jones. She was a descendant of Jamis Otis, orator and patriot of Revolutionary War times, and of John Webster, Colonial governor of Connecticut in 1656. Her grandparents, Harley J. and Lydia McNitt Otis were pioneer settlers of the town of Ellisburg. Her great grandfather, Capt. John Otis came to Ellisburg in 1806 and participated in the War of 1912. – SCCS 1890 Graduate – She attended the local school and was graduated in 1890 from Sandy Creek High School. She became a charter member of the school alumni association and attended the annual banquets as long as her health permitted, serving for many years as historian. She was a devoted and loyal alumna, contributing much to the historical collection of the school. Following her graduation she taught for three years in Sandy Creek schools. On Sept. 18, 1895 she was married to Harvey S. Bartlett, son of Perry and Elvira Gurley Bartlett of Lacona. Mr. Bartlett had charge of the milling business of Osborn and Dorland here for over 20 years. His death occurred July 7, 1922. – Clerk at Lacona Post Office – Mrs. Bartlett entered the employ of the Lacona postoffice as a clerk in Sept. 1917, her salary being $5 a week. The office at that time was third class. She served under three postmasters, W. W. Wilcox, T. W. Hamer, and Glen Edick, and retired in 1938. She was a charter member of Lake Ontario Chapter OES, and a Past District Grand Matron, being instrumental in organizing the OES Chapter at Belleville. She was a charter member of Rhadamant Chapter DAR. Her membership in the Ladies Wednesday Club dated to 1895, the first year after its organization in 1894. She was a member of the Congregational Church and its Filecclesia Class until it disbanded and since that time attended the Methodist Church and was a member of its Woman’s Society of Christian Service. – At 90 Sandy Creek Fairs – She held the exceptional record of attending 90 Sandy Creek Fairs, never missing one until this past summer. Surviving are one son, Bruce Bartlett of Binghamton; two grandchildren, Mrs. W. Arthur (Peggy) Ulrich of Morris Plains, N.J., and the Rev. John Bartlett of Bakersfield, Calif.; and by three great grandchildren: Kimberly, Curtis and Peter Ulrich of Morris Plains. A daughter, Bessie, died at the age of two years.

ID# 242

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Bessie Bartlett

1897 – November 29, 1899 Plot: J

Note: Age 2 yrs

ID# 243

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Elvira Gurley Bartlett

May 8, 1823 – June 21, 1893 Wife of Perry Bartlett Plot: J

MRS. ELVIRA BARTLETT.

She was born in Sandy Creek, May 8, 1823, and died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Huffstater, June 21, 1893 She was the daughter of Benjamin and Clara Gurley. About forty three years ago she was married tb Mr Perry Bartlett, who died a little over a year ago She united with the Baptist church about the year 1877, of which she was a valuable member until death She leaves two brothers and three sisters, three sons and one daughter to mourn the loss they are called to sustain. The names of her childien are, O. Eugene, Arvilla Huffstater, Udelle and Harvey. She fitted her place nobly as wife, mother, sister and neighbor, and will be greatly missed by the church. Her last days were her best, as without a cloud in her sky she went home in triumph. The funeral was held at the house where she died on Friday, at 2:30 p.m. Rev. E.F. Maine her former pastor officiated and preached from Psalms 11 :15: “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.”

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 29, 1893

ID# 244

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Emery Bartlett

1795 – September 18, 1855

The earliest record of the family in England starts with Richard Bartelot, a descendant of Adam Bartelot Esquire of Brian who came over with William The Conqueror. He was heir

to the estate of Stopham County, Sussex, England, and died in 1618, in France, leaving four sons, William, the eldest, succeeded to his father’s estate and Edward, another son, inherited the Ernley Estate in the same county. Edward had four sons, Edmund, Richard, John and Thomas, who left England in 1634, and are stated to have come to America.

Thomas Bartlett, a descendant of one of these four, married Dolly Blaisdale in New England, some time in the 1750s. Their son, Ebeheezer, who was born, in 1758, married Mary Abbot, and Emory Bartlett, who later came to Sandy Creek to live, was their son, born in 1795.

Emory Bartlett first married Ruth Carlisle, the couple having one daughter, Jane. After the death of his wife the young widower moved from his New England home to Oneida County, N.Y., where he met Miss Urania Perry who became his wife in 1823. Emory and all-his family were Baptists. In politics he was a Whig until after the founding of the Republican party, when he allied himself with that. He was a blacksmith by profession and followed that trade when not engaged in work on his farm.

Five children were born to them, Perry, named for the mother’s family, Hulda, Mary, Elizabeth and Frances.

In 1835 Emory, with his wife and six children, started west to Sandy Creek, traveling in wagons. They settled on the cross road leading off from the Orwell road to the north at the Stevens school house, purchasing a farm of seventy-five acyes above where the Miles Blodgett tannery afterwards stood. He built a blacksmith, shop nearby where he did work for the farmers of the neighborhood when not engaged with his fanning duties.

Later he sold this farm and bought the farm on the Orwell Road now owned by Claude Porter, building a new house. Here he died in 1855, at the age of 60 years and was buried in the Stevens cemetery*.

Of his children, Jane, the eldest, married Henry Lester, supervisor of the town of Boylston in 1845; four children, Emory, Harriett, Frances and Emerson being born to them.

Emory had three sons, Charles, Frances and Claude. Harriett married a man named Rowe and to them were born two sons, Bert and Fred. Frances, whose married name was Alden, had no children. Emerson left three sons, Ray, Harry and Lloyd.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 5 1929

*He has a stone in Woodlawn, Sandy Creek

Note: Aged 60 years 7 months & 10 days

ID# 245

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Emily Lula Cromie Bartlett

1888 – June 15, 1965 Wife of Perry Abraham Bartlett Plot: K

MRS. PERRY BARTLETT

SANDY CREEK – Mrs.

Emily Cromie Bartlett, 76,

wife of Perry Bartlett

of Sandy Pond, Pulaski,

died Tuesday at Community Hospital in

Syracuse after a long illness.

Mrs. Bartlett, who was born in Ireland had resided here since 1909. She married Mr.

Bartlett on Dec. 4, 1910, in Syracuse.

She attended the Methodist church.

Surviving besides her husband, are two daughters,

Miss Pearl Bartlett, Syracuse, and

Mrs. Beverly Steding, North

Syracuse; four grandchildren;

two sisters, Mrs. Margaret

Stewart and Mrs. Rose Gillanders of Ireland

and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at 2 p. m.

Friday at the Weston and

Woodard funeral home, with

the Rev. Robert Bird,

Sandy Creek Methodist

church, officiating. Burial will

be in Woodlawn cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral

home from 7 to 9 p. m. Thursday.

PALLADIUM TIMES,

Wednesday, June 16, 1965

ID# 246

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Guy Paul Bartlett

July 3, 1877 – April 7, 1946 Plot: P

Newspaper Obituary – April 10, 1946 Sandy Creek News – Last Rites Held for Guy Bartlett – Guy Paul Bartlett, 68, resident of this community for more than thirty years, died at his home on Railroad street Sunday morning, April 7, 1946 following an illness of several weeks. Funeral services were held at the home on Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. Herbert Harrison officiating. Interment was in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek. Mr. Bartlett was born at Eau Claire, Wisconsin on July 3, 1877, the youngest of eleven children born to Milton Duane and Mary Lavina Brewster Bartlett. He is a descendant of Elder William Brewster, spiritual teacher of the Pilgrim fathers. A later generation settled Brewster’s settlement in this town of Ellisburg where his mother was born. Mr. Bartlett’s early life was spent in Eau Claire and Buffalo where he received his education. His father Milton D. Bartlett at the age of 29 served as state senator in Wisconsin one year, enlisting for duty in the Civil War the following year. He served as district judge and was prominent in the legal profession and political circles. As a young man, Guy P. Bartlett studied law in the office of Norris Mory, Buffalo lawyer, where he was associated with John Lord O’Brien. He later became a successful salesman, being associated over a long period with the W. W. Kimball Co. Mr. Bartlett was a member of Sandy Creek Lodge No. 564 F. & A. M. He was a devoted son and brother, enjoying the associations of the family circle. Surviving are two sisters, Maud E. Bartlett of Sandy Creek; Mrs. F. B. Griffith of Aptos, Calif., a niece, Mrs. Edward Griffy of Houston, Texas who is the daughter of the late Earle Brewster Bartlett, formerly vice president of the W. W. Kimball Co., Chicago, Ill.

ID# 247

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Harvey Bartlett

May 17, 1866 – July 7, 1922 Plot: J

ID# 248

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Maud Evangeline Bartlett

October 3, 1865 – June 27, 1951 Plot: P

Newspaper Obituary – June 28, 1951 Sandy Creek News – Last Rites to Be Held Saturday for Miss Bartlett – Miss Maud Evangeline Bartlett, a resident of this community for nearly 40 years, died last evening, June 27, 1951 at her home. She had been in failing health for some time, and largely confined to her home for the past two years. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Weston and Woodard Funeral home with the Rev. Winton Halsted, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Interment will be in the family plot in Woodlawn cemetery. Friends may call Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Miss Bartlett was born October 3, 1965 in Durand, Wis., the daughter of Milton Duane Bartlett and Mary Lavina Brewster Bartlett. She is a descendant of Elder William Brewster at whose, manor house in England the Pilgrim fathers had their church. He later became their spiritual teacher after their landing on the shores of the new world three centuries ago. A later generation settled in Brewster’s Settlement in the town of Ellisburg where Miss Bartletts mother was born. Her father at the age of 29 served as State senator in Wisconsin, enlisting for duty in the Civil War the following year. He served as district judge and was prominent in the legal profession and in the political circles. – Came Here in 1914 – The family later resided in Buffalo, coming to Sandy Creek about 1914 where Miss Bartlett made a home for her mother and brother, Guy P. Bartlett, tenderly caring for her mother in her later years, and her brother in his last illness. Following the death of her brother in 1946 a sister, Mrs. F. B. Griffith of Antos, Calif, came to make her home with her, they being the only survivors of a family of eight children. Mrs. Griffin died here in 1947. Miss Bartlett is survived by a niece, May Bartlett Griffy of Houston, Texas. Miss Bartlett was engaged in secretarial work at the Corse Press for many years. She attended the Congregational chruch and later the First Methodist church; she was a member of Lake Ontario Chapter, OES, serving as treasurer over an extended period and was a member and past president of the Ladies Wednesday Club.

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Pearl E. Bartlett

1911 – 1955

ID# 250

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Perry Bartlett

June, 1825 – March 27, 1892 Son of the late Emory and Urania Perry Bartlett Plot: J

PERRY BARTLETT

Perry Bartlett was born in the town of Lee, Oneida county, in June, 1825, and died in Lacona, March 27, 1892. He was the only son of the late Emory and Urania Bartlett. He had five sisteis four of whom are still living Mrs. Hulda Runyan, Mrs. Mary Blodgett and Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson of Sandy Creek, and Mrs. Frances M. Hudson of Nebraska, and Mrs Jane Lester, deceased, of Boylston. At the age of eleven years he moved with his parents into Oswego county where he has since lebided until hu death. He was married November 13, 1850, to Miss Elvira Gurley who survives him. In 1875 he professed hope in Christ by bemg baptized into the fellowship of the Sandy Creek Baptist church and he has been a faithful member until death removed him to the Church triumphant.

He leaves four children to mourn the loss of their father to whom they were much indebted for their success in life, viz Orville E., proprietor of the Lake Shore summer boarding house, Mrs. Arvilla Huffistater, residing in the west part of the town, Udelle, a very promising lawyer in our village, and Harvey S., a skilful machinist.

The deceased devoted his life to farming and in this he was very successful; and by industry and economy acquired a handsome fortune invested in real estate. He was an affectionate husband, a kind father, a good citizen and an honest man. He retained his senses to the last and died triumphantly. The funeral was held at his late residency on Monday and was very largely attended, Rev. E.F. Maine, his pastor, officiating.

Source: Sandy Creek News, March 31, 1892

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Perry Abraham Bartlett

May 5, 1890 – May, 1974 Husband of Emily Lula Cromie Bartlett Plot: K

ID# 252

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Ruth Bartlett

1884 – 1937

ID# 253

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Urania Perry Bartlett

December 23, 1802 – August 15, 1889

Obituary.

Mrs. Urania Bartlett, whose death was noticed in the NEWS, was born Dec. 23, 1802, aged 86 years, 8 months, 23 days old at the time of her August 15, 1869. She was married in 1823 Emory Bartlett, a widower with one child, Jane, who married Henry Lester of Boylston. There were born to her by Mr. Barllett five children, one son and four daughters, all of whom survive her, Perry Bartlett of Sandy Creek, Mrs. Lyman C. Runyan of Sandy Creek, Mrs. Mary B. Blodgett of Sandy Creek, Mrs. Frances Hudson of Arborville, York county, Neb., and Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson of Sandy Creek. She united with the Baptist church of Sandy Creek in 1839 and was in constant attendance at its meetings until her death.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Aug 29, 1889

ID# 254

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Marcia Alvira Peck Bass

1857 – 1927

She was Marcia Alvira Peck, dau. of William Harrison Peck and Lois Robinson….born Apr. 22, 1857 in Sandy Creek, Oswego Co., NY; died 8/4/1924 Sandy Creek.

Note: wife of Reuben Bass, stones are next to eachother

ID# 255

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Reuben Bass

1844 – 1916

ID# 256

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Jane M. Bateman

1817 – April 22, 1862 Wife of Orlando Bateman Plot: B

Note: Age 45 yrs.

ID# 257

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Mary Ann Bateman

unknown – October 25, 1852 Wife of Orlando Bateman Plot: B

Note: Age 40 yrs

ID# 258

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Luther Baxter

March 23, 1836 – May17, 1912 Husband of Zurviah M. Baxter

ID# 259

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Zurviah M. Baxter

January 16, 1836 – March 15, 1904 Wife of Luther Baxter

ID# 260

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Ann Beach

1917 – unknown Plot: S

ID# 261

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Clarissa E. Lyons Beach

March 8, 1861 – February 4, 1934 Wife of Frank Beach Plot: P

ID# 262

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Frank A Beach

January 8, 1854 – December 16, 1934 Son of John L. and Marietta Bush Beach, Husband of Clarissa E. Beach Gardner Plot: P

ID# 263

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Gladys Beach

1904 – 1904 Daughter of Paulina & William M. Beach

ID# 264

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Henry W. Beach

June 22, 1898 – June 11, 1949 Plot: R

Newspaper Obituary – June 16, 1949 Sandy Creek News – Henry W. Beach Dies Suddenly at Home Saturday – Funeral services were held at the Sandy Creek Methodist church Wednesday afternoon for Henry Walter Beach, 51, a lifelong resident of this vicinity, who died very suddenly Saturday afternoon, June 11, 1949 at 3:30 as the result of coronary thrombosis. Mr. beach, who had appeared to be in his usual health, had been operating a power mower and was at work in the yard of his home on Fairground street. Not hearing the motor, Mrs. beach went to investigate and found him dead. It was theorized that he felt the attack coming on and shutting off the motor, lay down to rest, death occurring immediately. Mr. Beach was born in the Town of Boylston, June 22, 1898, his parent being Joseph Beach and Chloe Stone Beach. He attended school near his home, and at the age of 17 entered the employ of the Blount Lumber Company, where he had since worked. At the time of his death he was in charge of the manufacture of wood bathinette parts in the Bathinette division of the company. In business and fraternal as well as other personal contacts he enjoyed a reputation for reliability, fair dealings, and ability to get along with others, although of a retiring and unassuming nature which made him prefer to remain in the background – Surviving Relatives – He was married March 29, 1923 to Miss Lucille Peck, daughter of the late Clarence and Ada Hadley Peck of Sandy Creek, and they had since that time resided in Sandy Creek. Mr. Beach is survived by his wife; one sister, Mrs. Mabel McDougal of Lacona, and uncle, Russell Stone, and several nieces and nephews. He was a member of Sandy Creek fire department and of Sandy Creek lodge No 564 F and A. M. A prayer service for the immediate family took place at the home at 1 o’clock Wednesday, with the funeral service following at 2 o’clock in the Methodist church. Rev. Herbert Harrison officiated at the service, and prayer was offered by Rev. Selden H. Ward, pastor of the Baptist church. Members of the Sandy Creek Fire Department and of the Masonic lodge attended in a body, and Masonic services were conducted at the conclusion of the regular order of service. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery. Bearers were Clarence Stafford, Lacona; Donald Alexander, Ilion; Floyd McDougal, Fulton; Donald McDougal, Glen Park; Glen McDougal, Lacona; Gerald McDougal of Canton and Henry McDougal of Rushville and Ronald Daly of Glenmont.

ID# 265

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Kenneth Beach

1915 – May 20, 1982 Plot: S

Sandy Creek news., May 26, 1982, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 266

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Paulina Beach

1863 – 1937 Wife of William H. Beach Plot: H

ID# 267

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William M. Beach

1852 – 1929 Son of Francis and Janet Guthrie Beach, Husband of Paulina Beach

Sandy Creek Fire Department member

ID# 268

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Daniel Bealls

unknown – December 4, 1883

Inscription:

Aged 91 yrs, 8 mos., 23 dys

ID# 269

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Patricia G. Beck

February 28, 1942 – March 27, 2011

Patricia G. Beck, 69, of Sandy Creek, NY, passed away peacefully on March 27 in Florida, after a long illness. She is survived by her beloved husband, Robert Beck (Sandy Creek, NY); her daughter, Pamela Miller and her partner Catherine Pardee (Phoenix, NY); her son and his wife, Richard and Vanessa Miller (Boynton Beach, FL); and her two granddaughters, Nicole and Rachel. Patricia was born in Freeport, NY and resided on Long Island prior to moving to Sandy Creek in 1987. She enjoyed spending winters in the New Port Richey, Florida area. Patricia received her teaching degree from SUNY Oswego in ’63. She taught elementary school in the West Islip and Connetquot School Districts. In Sandy Creek, Patricia enjoyed her time with the Outlook Club, American Association of University Women, United Methodist Women & Care Group, and Scleroderma Support Group. She was a 50 year member of the Eastern Star, Neptune Chapter #847, and an active member of the United Methodist Church in Sandy Creek. While Patricia enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, she cherished the time spent loving and enjoying her granddaughters, Nicole and Rachel. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2011, 11 a.m. at the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, 2031 Harwood Drive, Sandy Creek, NY. Burial service immediately following at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, NY. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Scleroderma Foundation (www.scleroderma.org), or the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard on April 13, 2011

ID# 270

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Josephine D. Beckstead

November 11, 1894 – January 7, 1971

Surviving are two sons,

Basil E., Lorraine and Charles

C, Adams; five daughters,

Mrs. Marcus (Evelyn) Lawton,

Port O n t a r i o , Mrs. Iyonne

Barber,*Adams, Mrs. Kenneth

(Mayfred) Stowell, Pulaski,

Mrs. Arnold (Beatrice) Holcomb,

Altmar, and Mrs. Arthur

(Gwendolyn) Hansen,

Fast Syracuse; 25 grandchildren: and a brother, Varick Austin,

Syacuse.

Born Nov. 12, 1894, at Canton,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs,

John Judge, she a t t e n d ed

Richville school and on May

30, 1910 was married to Oliv-.

er M. Beckstead.

ID# 271

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Oliver Mowat Beckstead

May 26, 1889 – April, 1936

Oliver Mowat Beckstead born 26 May 1889 to William Wallace Beckstead and Edith Augusta Casselman.

Note: Injuries suffered by Oliver Mowat Beckstead, 46 Mannsville farmer when he was struck by an autombile south of Adams Tuesday morning proved fatal the same afternoon. Deruyter Gleaner, April, 16, 1936

ID# 272

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Florence Mae Beebe

1907 – June 6, 1965 Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., June 10, 1965, Page 9, Image 9

ID# 273

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Ora Willis Beebe

1883 – February 24, 1921 Plot: R

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, March 3, 1921 – Ora Willis Beebe – Last Thursday morning at 6:45 in Memorial hospital in Syracuse occurred the death of Ora Willis Beebe, who up to ten years ago, had always been a resident of the town of Sandy Creek, where he was born 37 years ago, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos E. Beebe. For the past decade he had been with American Woolen Mills at Fulton, first in the shipping department whence when his aptness at figures was noted he was transferred to the office. Here he has steadily advanced till for the last two years he was assistant paymaster. He is survived by his wife, Miss Mabel Wilcox Beebe; two sons, Eugene Hawthorne Beebe, aged 13, and Paul Edward Beebe, aged 6; four brothers, A. Harris, Erwin H. Beebe of Syracuse; Ernest L. of Cincinnati, and Arnold J. Beebe of Syracuse; three sisters, Mrs. Brayton S. Brtch of Oswego and Misses Olive and Edith Beebe of Fulton. He united with the First Methodist Episcopal church of Sandy Creek and later with the First church of Fulton. He was a member of Fulton Lodge No. 144 F * A.M. Fulton Masonic Council No. 50, Fulton Chapter No. 167. R.A.M. Fulton Masonic Club, of which he was president, and of the Fulton Citizens club. Prayer was said at the first M.E. church at 1 o’clock. Saturday afternoon, the pastor Rev. A. R. Lambert, officiating after which the body was taken to Lacona, where services were conducted at 2:30 oclock Sunday afternoon at the home of Postmaster W. W. Wilcox in Railroad street, Rev. T. T. Davies officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. The bearers in Fulton were his club assoicates in Lacona his brothers, A. Harris Beebe, Erwin H. Beebe, Ernest L. Beebe, W. W. Wilcox and Chas. Wilcox, Ling, Keegan and Osbelt of Syracuse, friends of the family, were the undertakers. Mr. Beebe had been ailing for several weeks from anemia.

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Calvina M. Beechling

May 21, 1873 – March 9, 1953 Plot: P

Newspaper Obituary – March 12, 1953 Sandy Creek News – Funeral Held for Miss Beechling – Funeral services for Miss Calvina M. Beechling, 79, who died Monday noon, March 9, 1953, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Weston and Woodard funeral home. The Rev. Winton H. Halsted, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiated and burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery in the spring. Bearers were Calvin Chamberlain, Stanley Fuller, Seymour Kersey, Robert Hastings, Robert Parker, and William Hoag. Miss Beechling was born in Erie, Pa, on May 21, 1873, the daughter of Conrad R. and Dolly P. Poole Beechling. She spent her early life in Erie where she attended school. In 1941 she came to Sandy Creek to make her home with her sister, Mrs. Frank T. Chamberlain. For the past several months she has been in failing health. She was a patient at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, for a time, returning to the home of her sister where her condition gradually became weaker until her death. She is survived by her sister, Mrs. Frank T. Chamberlain; five nieces, Mrs. F. D. Krum, Mrs. J. G. Faber, Mrs. E. C. Stuart, Mrs. S. E. Fuller of Erie, Pa. and Mrs. H. P. Cannon of Sandy Creek; two nephews, Richard Chamberlain of Akron, Ohio and Attorney Calvin B. Chamberlain of Sandy Creek. Miss Beechling was a member of the First Methodist Church of Sandy Creek, the Ladies Wednesday Club and the Home Bureau.

ID# 275

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Jean R. Beechling

1917 – unknown Plot: P

ID# 276

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Clarence F. Beehm

June 21, 1909 – November, 1979 Husband of Ruth R. Beehm Plot: L

Sandy Creek news., November 21, 1979, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 277

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Ruth R. Beehm

1901 – August 7, 1978 Wife of Clarence F. Beehm Plot: L

Sandy Creek news., August 16, 1978, Page 8, Image 8

ID# 278

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Anna Alpha “Annie” Sloper Beeman

February 9, 1853 – December 6, 1947

Daughter of Phila Murdock & William Sloper, she was the mother of Belle St. Marie.

She was a charter member of the Carthage Chapter of the Womens Relief Corps., her husband having a been a member of the Grand Army of the Republic.

Sister of Sarah H., Lucinda E., Gilman, Lois, Alva & John Sloper.

ID# 279

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David P. Beeman

1842 – unknown

ID# 280

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Ethel J. Crandall Beeman

December 4, 1898 – October 24, 1977 Daughter of Burton Abner and Clara Adelle Beeman Crandall, Wife of Harold John Beeman

ID# 281

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Harold John Beeman

February, 1885 – November 30, 1936 Son of James Beeman and Annie Sloper Beeman Plot: B

Newspaper Obituary – December 3, 1936 Sandy Creek News – Harold John Beeman – Harold John Beeman, 51, died Monday evening, November 30, 1936 at his home in South Main Street, Sandy Creek, after a long illness of about three years. Mr. Beeman formerly lived at Carthage, but had resided here for the past several years. He was born in Altmar in February, 1885, the son of James Beeman and Annie Sloper Beeman, his father having been one of the early Sandy Creek settlers. Harold J. Beeman was married to Miss Ethel Crandall, daughter of B. A. Crandall of Sandy Creek. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ethel Beeman of Sandy Creek and by one son, Walter Beeman, also of this village; by his mother, Mrs. Annie Beeman, 84, who lives at Oneida Castle; by one sister, Mrs. Belle St. Marie, who is preceptress at the Oneida school; by one brother, Charles Beeman of Watertown, and by several nieces and nephews. Mr. Beeman was one of six children, of whom Nathan and David Beeman, died some years ago, while a sister, Mary Ellen died in infancy. Mr. Beeman was a member of the Watertown order of Redmen. Funeral services will be held at the home at 2 this afternoon, with Rev. T. T. Davies officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery.

ID# 282

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James A. Beeman

1847 – 1906

ID# 283

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Marion Victoria Beeman

1850 – 1910

Note: Wife of David Beeman, Aged 50 or 59 yrs(hard to read), 11 mos., Jefferson County Journal, Adams, NY 1910

ID# 284

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Mary E. Beeman

unknown – December, 1872

Inscription:

Daughter of James & Annie Beeman Aged 8 mos. ,16dys

ID# 285

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William Riley Beeman

1871 – 1872

ID# 286

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Charles A. Beldock

January 10, 1888 – July 2, 1955 Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., July 07, 1955, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 287

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Nellie Marie Geddes Beldock

January 27, 1897 – May 29, 1955 Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., June 02, 1955, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 288

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Altha L. Bellinger

January 7, 1880 – December 29, 1972 Wife of Frederick I. Bellinger Plot: Q

Newspaper Obituary – January 5, 1972 Pulaski Democrat – Altha Bellinger Dies at 91 – Altha L. Bellinger, 91, of Ellisburg St., Sandy Creek, died Wednesday, Dec. 29 at the Evergreen Nursing Home, Williamstown where she had been a patient for the past three weeks. Born January 7, 1880 at Theresa, she was a daughter of Simeon and Minerva Sutliff and was married on June 4, 1902 at the home of her parents, Worth Center, to Fred Bellinger. They lived at Diamond for a time moving to Sandy Creek 50 years ago where they purchased and operated Eager Bakery. Mr. Bellinger died Nov. 25, 1944. She was a member of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, the WSCS and was a 50 years member of Lake Ontario Chapter No. 124 O.E.S. and of the Sandy Creek Grange. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Jesse Allen of Sandy Creek and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 1 at the Foster Hax Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert W. Bird of Watertown officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 289

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Frances Anna Stevenson Bellinger

1919 – 1965

ID# 290

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Frederick I. Bellinger

July 8, 1875 – November 25, 1944 Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., November 29, 1944

ID# 291

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George Bellinger

1873 – July 28, 1932 Plot: P

ID# 292

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Harriet Bellinger

1874 – June 18, 1936 Plot: P

Sandy Creek news., June 18, 1936, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 293

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Herbert Bellinger

June 18, 1901 – April 20, 1935

Note: On the same stone with Mother & Father Bellinger

ID# 294

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Herbert Eugene “Father” Bellinger

January 1, 1874 – December 7, 1927

DROPS DEAD IN ANTWERP STORE

Antwerp Dec 8 – The sudden death of Herbert Bellinger occurred Wednesday about 2:30.

Mr. Bellinger who resides with his daughter-in-law on the Rockwell Creek road, about 8 miles from Antwerp, was in town during the afternoon doing some trading. He visited the store of W. D. Sims and made some purchases for which he gave Mr. Sims a check and told him he would return soon as there might be some other articles he wished.

He passed on to the store of H. E. Doubles next door and suddenly dropped to the floor, dead. Mr. Doubles ran for aid. As Dr. Perrigo could not be located a call was sent for Dr. Ryan of Philadelphia who arrived within a very short time. The doctor pronounced Mr. Bellinger dead and allowed the body to be taken to the undertaking parlor of G. W. Hall.

Mrs. Bellinger had been visiting her daughter in Antwerp returning only Tuesday. She was notified Wednesday of her husbands death and was expected last evening.

Mr. Bellinger was born Jan 1, 1874 and is 53 years of age. His wife is residing in Mannsville where the family home has been for a number of years. Mr. Bellinger has lived in this locality.

Mr. Bellinger has always been a lumberman.

Besides his wife Mr. Bellinger is survived by ten children, Mrs. Carlton Derush of Antwerp; Raymond and William of Oswego; John of Buffalo; Herbert and Clarence of Mannsville; Mrs. Raliegh Kingsley of Sandy Creek; Helena, Madolyn, Annetta and Katherine of Mannsville; also one brother Earl Levoy of Star Lake; a half brother John and the following half sisters Mrs Pearl Corey of Woods Mills, Mrs. Matthew Hubbard of Evans Mills, Mrs Jessie Swan of Rockwell Creek, and Mrs. Catherine Forney of Watertown. Funeral arrangement are incomplete.

The Watertown Daily Times, Thursday Afternoon, Dec 8, 1927

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Obituary Herbert Bellinger

Herbert Bellinger of Mannsville died at Antwerp of heart disease, Dec 7, 1927 leaving a wife, five sons, Ray, William, and John of Oswego, Herbert and Clarence of Mannsville and four daughters Mrs. Carl B. Kingsley, Annetta, Helena and Catherine of Mannsville and several sisters. The body will be brought home today. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Mr. Bellinger had a large real estate holdings in the town of Sandy Creek and Ellsburg.

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The Watertown Daily Times, Friday Afternoon, Dec 9, 1927

PRAYER SERVICES HELD FOR HERBERT BELLINGER

Antwerp, Dec. 8.—Prayer services were held yesterday in East Antwerp for Herbert Bellinger, who dropped dead in the business section of the town yesterday. The body was taken to Sandy Creek today and funeral services win be held there Saturday at 2:30.

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Katherine Irene “Mother” Krusan Bellinger

April 29, 1875 – May 22, 1934 Wife of Father Bellinger, no name given. Mother of Herbert Bellinger

The Oswego Palladium Times. Tuesday July 24, 1934

SANDY CREEK, July 24

Mrs. Katharine Bellinger, 59, died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rolland Kingsley, after a long illness.

She was born April 29, 1875, daughter of the late Frank and Lydia Dunbar Krusan. May 16, 1892 she became wife of Herbert Bellinger who died about seven years ago.

Mrs. Bellinger’s early life was spent in Oswegatchie, and she later resided in Pierrepont Manor, coming here a year ago to make her home with her daughter. She attended the Methodist church.

Survivors include five sons, Raymond, William and Clarence

of Oswego, John of Buffalo and Herbert of Sandy Creek, and five daughters, Mrs. Kingsley of this village, Mrs. Carl Derush, Warrenburg, Mrs. Stanley Spencer, Pulaski. and Misses Anita and Katherine Bellinger, Pierrepont Manor.

Funeral services will be at the Kingsley home Wednesday at 2 p. m. with the Rev. W. S. Dobbie of the Methodist church officiating and burial in Wood Lawn cemetery, Sandy Creek,

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Obituary Mrs. Katherine Bellinger

Funeral services were held Wednesday for Mrs. Katherine Krusen Bellinger who died in Sandy Creek July 22, 1934.

Mrs. Bellinger was the widow of Herbert Bellinger and former resident of Pierrepont Manor.

Her funeral was held from the home of Mrs. Rolland Kingsley, Sandy Creek, Rev. Walter S. Dobbie, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church, officiating.

Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Mrs. Bellinger is survived by five sons Raymond, William and Clarence of Oswego, John of Buffalo, Herbert of Sandy Creek, and five daughters, Mrs. Carl Derush of Warrensburg, Mrs. Kingsley of Sandy Creek, Mrs. Stanley Spencer of Pulaski, Miss Annetta and Catherine Bellinger of Pierrepont Manor.

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(On Tombstone born 1874-Obit 1875 and Obit; maiden name Krusen or Krusan)

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Cora Olive Barker Bencur

November 2, 1895 – May 30, 1987

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – June 1, 1987

Deceased Name: CORA BENCUR

Services for Cora Bencur of 7740 Meigs Road, Baldwinsville, and formerly of

Pulaski, who died Saturday at Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital, will be at 1 p.m.

Tuesday at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, the Rev. Virgil H. Hager

officiating. Burial will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 8192

Harwood Drive.

She was a native of Mannsville and lived in Pulaski from 1937 until she retired

in 1981 and moved to Baldwinsville. She was a seamstress and operated the Bencur

Tailor Shop.

She was the widow of Matthew Bencur, who died in 1953.

Surviving are one daughter, Hazel Leone of Lyncourt; one nephew, Laurie Slyck of

Syracuse; one niece, Marilyn Kenney of Lyncourt; two great-nephews; four

great-nieces; and several cousins

ID# 297

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Matthew (Matej) Sopko Bencur

September 16, 1888 – February 8, 1953

US Army veteran, 1914-1917. Husband of Cora O. Barker Bencur, father of Hazel L. Bencur. Son of Andrew Bencur Sr. and Maria (Tapka) Petricka Bencur. Brother of John Sedon (Sopko) Bencur, Andrew Sopko Bencur Jr., Sophia Bencur Hrabusa, and Maria Bencur Champor.

ID# 298

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Charles H. Bennett

November 26, 1867 – March 29, 1944 Plot: R

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, March 30, 1944 Pulasko Democrat – Charles H. Bennett Dies in Mexico – Charles H. Bennett, aged 77 years, native of Redfield, died Wednesday following a brief illness. Born November 26, 1867, Mr. Bennett was the son of John and Mary Bennett. He spent most of his life in the lumbering business in Redfield, but for the last 17 years had operated a farm in Fernwood. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Cora Bennett; two daughters, Mrs. Eva Naurock of Syracuse; and Miss Dora Bennett of Fernwood; four sons, Pearl E. of New Jersey, Charles H. of Attica, G. John of Syracuse and William E. Bennettt, who lives at home. The funeral was held at the Foster funeral home in Pulaski, Saturday at 2 p.m. Burial was in Sandy Creek.

ID# 299

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Charlotte Bolton Bennett

1873 – January 15, 1921 Plot: R

Newspaper Obituary – January 20, 1921 Sandy Creek News – Mrs. Charles H. Bennett – The sad news of the sudden death of Charlotte L. Bolton, wife of Charles H. Bennett came over the wire Saturday. Death came at the Syracuse Memorial hospital where she went for an operation ten days previously. She suffered from cancer in the throat which developed in a sore throat three months ago. That morning Mr. Bennett left for Syracuse expecting that Mrs. Bennett would return home with him but she had become unconscious during the night and died shortly after he reached her side. Mrs. Bennett was born in Altmar where she was married. She was a member of the Altmar Episcopal church. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett had been married thirty years and besides her husband, a son, Pearl E. Bennett of Pittsburgh, Pa and a daughter, Mrs. Eva Havens of Sandy Creek, survive. The funeral was held from the Congregational church, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Rev. T. T. Davies officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. The family has the sympathy of their many friends in this hour of sudden bereavement.

ID# 300

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Cora Matteson Bennett

April 25, 1897 – May 30, 1973 Plot: R

The Pulaski Democrat., June 06, 1973, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 301

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Deborah H. Woodruff Bennett

November 2, 1812 – May 31, 1890 Daughter of William and Anna F. Goodrich Woodruff, Wife of John Bennett

ID# 302

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Elwin Bennett

May 1, 1924 – January 29, 1926 Son of Cora Bennett Plot: R

ID# 303

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Ernest William “Bill” Bennett

April 1, 1930 – October 26, 2005

Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY ) Oct 28, 2005

Ernest William “Bill” Bennett October 26, 2005

Ernest William “Bill” Bennett , age 75, of Altmar, died Wednesday in Sandy Creek. Born on April l, 1930 in Fernwood, he was the son of Charles and Cora Mattison Bennett . He resided in Altmar since 1951 previously living in Fernwood. He attended Pulaski and Altmar schools. He served in the US Army from 1951 to 1953. Bill was employed by various construction companies in the Syracuse and Oswego areas. He was a member of the Carpenter’s Local #747 Oswego for 30 years retiring in 1992. He was a member of the Russell Tryon Post #1435 American Legion.

Surviving are his former wife, Nancy Taplin Bennett ; four daughters, Claudia Gamble of Altmar, Patricia Miller of Parish, Paula Monroe of Henderson Harbor, Sharon Miles of Greeley, CO; one sister, Dora Santor of Plattsburg; 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and three nieces.

Funeral services: 11 a.m. Monday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski with Rev. Frances Taplin officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 304

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Grover John Bennett

September 6, 1925 – July 22, 1982 Son of Cora Bennett Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., August 04, 1982, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 305

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John Bennett

unknown – June 14, 1866

ID# 306

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Sarah Bennett

1927 – 1929 Daughter of Cora Bennett Plot: R

ID# 307

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Leslie D. Benson

1892 – 1987 Plot: U

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Wednesday, January 28, 1987

Leslie D. Benson, 89, of 205 Aspen St., Liverpool, died Tuesday at Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital after a brief illness.

Mr. Benson was born in Taylor, Cortland county, and lived in Liverpool 72 years. He was a retired employee of the Onondaga County Department of Social Services. His wife, Lois, died in 1981.

He was a member of Liverpool First United Methodist Church. He was a World War II Navy veteran and was a charter member of Liverpool American Legion Post 188.

Surviving are a brother, Wendell Benson of Albany; and several nieces and nephews.

Services are at 1 p.m. Friday at Maurer Funeral Home, Liverpool, the Rev. Ruth Webster officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 308

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Lois S. Benson

1896 – 1981 Wife of Leslie D. Benson Plot: U

ID# 309

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Charity Eighmy Bentley

1800 – April 29, 1877

Please note: There is as yet no proof that Charity is buried in this cemetery as records are very shoddy but there are 5-6 unmarked graves extending from Stephen Bentley’s large family grouping that have carved stone “B’s” between each pair of graves. Since they died in Sandy Creek and are not buried near any of their children, it is likely they are buried with Stephen’s family.

Born in Town of Milton (Saratoga Springs), Saratoga County. Pardon, Charity and their son, Hiram, moved to Oswego County about 1826 settling outside Pulaski on a farm next door to Pardon’s brother, Elias. Several of his brothers and half brothers had already settled in this area thanks to the Constable Purchase.

Pardon was a farmer and also had a woodworking shop making cabinets on his farm. They had four daughters there: Harriet, Marietta, Sarah and Eliza. In 1852 they moved to Constantia living on the southern shore of Panther Lake. In 1867 they sold that farm and moved, first to Adams, NY (1870) and then by 1875 into the village of Sandy Creek living around the corner from Pardon’s brother, Stephen Bentley. Stephan was married to Diana Eighmy, sister to Charity so they each had a sibling in town

Charity was the daughter of George Peter (Potor) Eighmy (believed killed in the War of 1812) and Mary Miller who moved to live with Stephen and Diana Bentley in 1830 in Sandy Creek and died there in 1858 and may also be buried in this cemetery with Stephen’s family.

Charity’s death was published in the Jefferson County Journal on May 9, 1877.

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Cynthia Arnold Bentley

unknown – May 9, 1910

MRS. CYNTHIA BENTLEY

Mrs. Cynthia Arnold, wife of the late Henry Bentley, passed away at her home on Hadley street Monday afternoon. She bad been in her usual health during the winter, but had failed rapidly for the past two weeks.

Mrs. Bentley was born in Saratoga county, but her early life was passed in the town of Mexico,-Oswego county, where she was married in 1844 to Henry Bentley, who away nearly four years ago. Since their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Bentley made their home for over sixty years in the town of Sandy Creek, being among our most esteemed citizens. Quiet and unassuming, Mrs. Bentley was always most highly respected by those who knew her. There survive her an adopted daughter, Mrs. Maria Loyejoy, of Ayer, Mass., who with her daughter, Miss Addie Lovejoy, are here, and an adopted son, Calvin Harrington, residing in the West. Following the death of Mr. Bentley, Mrs. Lovejoy remained here some three months with her mother and then Mrs. Bentley spent six months with Mrs. Lovejoy at Ayer, Mass., but preferring her home where she had lived for so many years, she has resided here, being visited frequently by Mrs. Lovejoy and looked after by her neighbors and friends. The funeral was held from her late home today, her pastor, Rev. W. M. Hydon, of the Methodist church officiating. The burial was beside her husband in Woodlawn cemetery

Source: Sandy Creek News, May 12, 1910

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Dianna Emighy Bentley

1798 – October 3, 1898

DEATH OF A CENTENARIAN.

Mrs. Diana Bentley Passes Away In the Town of Sandy Creak.

The oldest resident of the town of Sandy Creek, Mrs. Diana Bentley, passed to her rest last Sunday morning, having almost spanned a century of life.

She was born on the 9th of November, 1798, and so would have shortly celebrated the centennial anniversary of her birth. The large number who were present at her funeral on Monday attest the wide circle of her friendships.

With her husband, Stephen Bentley, who died in 1877, at the age of seventy seven years, she came to this town from Saratoga county on the second of March, 1822, and settled in a partially finished log house on the farm now owned by Mrs. Noyes, of Pulaski, nearly opposite the home of Daniel Severence, on the bank of Blind Creek, Here they resided for nearly fifty years, rearing a family of four sons and one daughter, of whom one son alone survives, J.H. Bentley, of this village, with whom the mother resided.

Their rude hut when they first came to this town was only partially roofed, and without a floor other than the earth. They toiled here together, enduring hardships and clearing up the land, making a home for the family.

Thus one by one the links that connect the early scenes in the history of the town with the, present have been severed, until few now remain to remind the present of the past.

Her pastor, Rev. C.L. Peck, of the M.E. church of which she had been a member for the past half century, officiated, and her remains were borne from her late home and laid at rest in the family plot in Woodlawn cemetery.

—Sandy Creek News.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, Pulaski, Oswego Co., NY, Oct 12, 1898

ID# 312

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Dora Ellen Goodrich Bentley

September 3, 1895 – June 19, 1960 Wife of Isaac L Bentley

Parents: Frank H Goodrich & Myrtle Brockett

ID# 313

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Elias E. Bentley

1832 – 1866

ID# 314

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Frank G. Bentley

1917 – unknown

ID# 315

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George Bentley

1824 – 1828

ID# 316

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Harwood P Bentley

December 16, 1918 – August 27, 1988

Harwood P. Bentley, 69, County Route 15, Sandy Pond, died Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Veterans Hospital, Syracuse.

The funeral was conducted Tuesday, Aug. 30, at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, the Rev. Ivan Greenfield officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Surviving are two sons, Ted M., Parish and Terry L., Lacona; two daughters, Deanna M. Barber, Orwell, and Judy K. Williams, Danville, Calif.; 16 grandchildren, and three great-grand children. He is also survived by one cousin, Gladys Strablo, with whom he resided for many years.

One brother, Frank, died before him.

He was born Dec. 16, 1918, in the Town of Sandy Creek, the son of Isaac and Dora Goodrich Bentley. He attended Sandy Creek District Schools. He was married to Stella Skotnicki in 1939. He has resided in the Town of Sandy Creek all of his life.

He served in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS L.S.G. 32 from 1943 to 1945. He was employed by various construction companies in Central New York, retiring in 1980. He was a member of VFW Cable Trail Post #8534, Lacona, and was a retired member of the Lacona Fire Department, serving for 28 years.

Source: Pulaski Democrat — Monday, September 5, 1988

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Hazel T. Bentley

November 1, 1898 – January 1, 1975

Born in Parish, she married John S. Bentley on Sept. 26, 1924. She was a licensed practical nurse, working for Dr. John L.H. Mason in Pulaski, NY, as well as worked at the Pulaski Community Hospital and ran a maternity ward from her home. She was a long time resident of Pulaski.

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Isaac Lewellan Bentley

June 24, 1889 – November 5, 1977 Husband of Dora E Goodrich

WWI: Horseshoer US Army

ID# 319

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John Henry “Henry” Bentley

1821 – September, 1906

HENRY BENTLEY.

Henry Bentley who was fatally injured last Thursday at the gravel pit in Lacona, passed away at his home on Ellisburg street Thursday evening. While outwardly he did not seem to be severely injured, his system received a shock from which he did not rally.

Henry Bentley was born in Milton, Saratoga county in 1821 being the oldest child of Stephen Bentley, and came into this town with them when about two years of age, where his entire life was spent with the exception of about four years when he resided in tbe village of Mexico. He was married in 1864 to Miss Cynthia E. Arnold, who survives him Although Mr. and Mrs. Bentley had no children of their own they brought up two Calvin Harrington of Oswego City, Neb., and Mrs. C.M. Lovejoy of Ayer, Mass. who is now here to look after Mrs. Bentley’s declining years. Mr. Bentley was a blacksmith by trade, and for many years was engaged in that business. He was also engaged in the mercantile business for a period, and was very energetic; although far advanced in years, he was always at work,and but a few months before his death, painted tbe Wilda house adjoining his home. Mr. Bentley was one of the oldest and highly esteemed residents of our community. The funeral was held from his home Sunday and was largely attended, Rev. W.M. Hydon officiating. Interment in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 27, 1906

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John S. Bentley

April 30, 1897 – August 20, 1966

John Bentley Taken by Death

John S. Bentley, 69, died Aug. 20 in the Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse, after being a patient there for the past five weeks.

He was born April 30, 1897, at Pineville, son of Isaac and Dora Thompson Bentley. He attended Pulaski schools. He was married to the former Hazel Ballou Sept. 6, 1924, and they spent their entire married life in their Bridge Street home.

He was a charter member of Robert Edwards Post, 358, American Legion, having served in France during World War I in the Quartermaster Corps. He was also a member of the Pulaski Baptist Church.

Mr. Bentley was a harness maker for Brown’s Hardware until 1941, when he opened his own business, a bicycle repair shop. His health forced him to retire from this business in the spring.

He is survived by his wife, Hazel; his brother, Isaac L. Bentley, Lacona; a sister, Mrs. Charles (Ina) Halsey, Cortland, and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were held Monday, Aug. 22, at the Foster Funeral Home, with the Rev. Uewellyn Jones, pastor of the Fernwood Baptist’ Church, officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek

Source: Pulaski Democrat, Aug 25,

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Marion N Brown Bentley

May 20, 1912 – April 4, 1974 Plot: Q

The Pulaski Democrat., April 17, 1974, Page 3, Image 3

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Pardon Bentley

August 7, 1799 – unknown

Please note: There is as yet no proof that Pardon is buried in this cemetery as records are very shoddy but there are 5-6 unmarked graves extending from Stephen Bentley’s large family grouping that have carved stone “B’s” between each pair of graves. Since they died in Sandy Creek and are not buried near any of their children, it is likely they are buried with Stephen’s family.

Born in Town of Milton (Saratoga Springs), Saratoga County. Pardon, Charity and their son, Hiram, moved to Oswego County about 1826 settling outside Pulaski on a farm next door to Pardon’s brother, Elias. Several of his brothers and half brothers had already settled in this area thanks to the Constable Purchase.

Pardon was a farmer and also had a woodworking shop making cabinets on his farm. They had four daughters there: Harriet, Marietta, Sarah and Eliza. In 1852 they moved to Constantia living on the southern shore of Panther Lake. In 1867 they sold that farm and moved, first to Adams, NY (1870) and then by 1875 into the village of Sandy Creek living around the corner from Pardon’s brother, Stephen Bentley. Stephan was married to Diana Eighmy, sister to Charity so they each had a sibling in town.

Pardon was the son of John Bentley and Thankful Ballou of Town of Milton. His death date is unknown except that he was still alive at Charity’s death on April 29, 1877 and dead before the 1880 census.

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Stella Skotnicki Bentley

January 6, 1919 – August 30, 2006

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – September 1, 2006

Stella S. Bentley August 30, 2006

Stella S. Bentley, 87, of 70 Salina St., Lacona, NY, died Wednesday, August 30, 2006 at Mercy Care Center, Watertown, NY.

Survivors: Two daughters, Deanna Barber of Orwell, Judy Shannon of Naples, Florida; two sons, Ted Bentley of West Amboy and Terry Bentley of Lacona; a brother, Henry Skotnicki of Rochester; a sister, Alice Koch of Pulaski; 14 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren.

Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at Saint Frances Church in Lacona. Rev. Sean O’Brien officiating. Burial Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

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Stephen Bentley

1800 – 1877

Our Town

Stephen Bentley (1800-1872) and Dianna Bentley (1798-1898) who came here from Saratoga county in 1822 and settled in the western part of town having a farm on what is now known as the Norton Road. Stephen Bentley later lived in the house that stood at the corner of Ellisburg and Franklin street…and it was at this Ellisburg street residence that both Henry and Cynthia Ivies at the time of their death.

Excerpt source: Sandy Creek News, Sandy Creek, Oswego CO., NY Dec 29, 1976

ID# 325

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John H. Bertges

1951 – 1998 Plot: T

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, May 26, 1998

John H. Bertges Sr., 47, of 32 Church St., died of heart disease Sunday at his home.

Mr. Bertges retired in 1991 as a sergeant first class in the Army after 20 years of service and moved to Pulaski six years ago. He had been stationed in Fort Riley, Kan., Japan and Germany and served in the Gulf War. For the past four years, he had worked for J.C. Smith Construction Co., Syracuse.

Born Jan. 17, 1951, in Erie, Pa., son of Charles and Dorothy Potratz Bertges, he married Sandra Tryon on Feb. 20, 1972.

Surviving besides his wife are a son, John Jr., Pulaski; two daughters, Joanne Miller, Concord, N.C., and Jamie Bertges, Pulaski; a brother, David, Pennsylvania, and five grandchildren.

The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 326

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Alfred Josiah Bettinger

July 29, 1874 – February 21, 1952

Born in Sandy Creek, he was the son of Mason 7 Evelyn (Sprague) Bettinger. Brother of Lawrence Bettinger.

On March 23, 1903 he married Bertha E. Kent, whom following seven years of poor health died in 1909. He married Grace McNitt in June, 1914, they had a daughter Janeth. Grace died in 1918.

He was a long time rural mail carrier, and active locally. He was a Jehovah’s Witness.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 22, 1952

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Alma I DeWitt Bettinger

1873 – 1927

ID# 328

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Ann Colon Bettinger

1834 – 1864 Wife of Mason Bettinger Plot: J

ID# 329

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Arthur F. Bettinger

1865 – April 3, 1932 Plot: R

Newspaper Obituary – April 8, 1932 Dobbs Ferry Register – ARTHUR F. BETTINGER – Arthur F. Bettinger, sixty-six, a welfare worker at the Children’s village here, died late Sunday night at the Dobbs Ferry Hospital of pneumonla, after a short illness. He was born at Sandy Creek, N. Y., in 1865.

After services Tuesday evening at the Edwards Funeral Home on

Ashford Avenue, the body was shipped to Sandy Creek for burial.

ID# 330

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Bertha E. Kent Bettinger

1871 – 1909 Wife of Alfred Bettinger

Daughter of Edson O. Kent, sister of Charles E., Ernest K. & Fred V. Kent.

She was married to Alfred Bettinger on March 3, 1903. She suffered ill health, and was an invalid for a number of years.

She was a devout member of the Sandy Creek Methodist church, going until her health no longer allowed her to do so.

Source: Sandy Creek New, January 28, 1909

ID# 331

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Celia Ehle Bettinger

1843 – 1878

Daughter of David and Sarah Knollin Ehle. She married Phletus Bettinger in 1862, their sons were Jay and Garry Bettinger.

Aged 35 years

ID# 332

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Elsie Greenwood Bettinger

1888 – 1958 Wife of Garry S. Bettinger Plot: Q

ID# 333

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Ethel Kastler Bettinger

1926 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 334

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Evelyn Sprague Bettinger

1842 – February 10, 1922 Wife of Mason Bettinger Plot: J

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, February 16, 1922 Sandy Creek News – Mrs. Mason Bettinger – Evelyn, widow of the late Mason Bettinger, who died Friday, Dec. 9, passed away Friday afternoon, having suffered from a shock some days ago. Mrs. Bettinger was the daughter of William and Kathrena Ellison Sprague, former residents of the western part of this town and was united in marriage to Mason Bettinger in 1867. To this excellent family were born two sons, Lawrence and Alfred, who survive with the daughter Nora. Mrs. Chas. McCune of Ellisburg, who was a baby of five years when Mrs. Sprague came into the family. She is also survived by a brother, Andrew T. Sprague and a sister, Mrs. Martha Herriman of Sandy Creek. Mrs. Bettinger was a Christian woman who was devoted to her family. The funeral was held from the home of Alfred Bettinger, Sunday afternoon, Mr. Stevens of Syracuse, officiating.

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Frederick R Bettinger

1915 – 1998

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, November 1, 1998

Frederick R. Bettinger, 83, formerly of South Main Street, died Saturday at Veterans Administration Medical Center, Buffalo, where he had been a patient for three days. He had resided at the New York State Veterans Home, Batavia, for the past two years.

Born April 6, 1915, at Sandy Creek, son of Lawrence and Sarah Potts Bettinger, he was a 1935 graduate of Sandy Creek High School. A veteran of World War II, he served in the Army from 1942 to 1945.

He married Wilma Hamer on July 30, 1948, in Sandy Creek First Baptist Church, with the Rev. Seldon Ward officiating. Mrs. Bettinger died Aug. 30, 1989.

Mr. Bettinger, a life resident of Sandy Creek, was employed by Blount Lumber Co., Lacona, and managed the Blount-Parker Employees Recreation Center, Lacona, from 1954 to 1971. He retired from the company in 1981.

He was a life member of Cable Trail Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8534, Lacona, and a former member of the Sandy Creek and Lacona volunteer fire departments.

Surviving are a sister, Annette Bettinger, Lyndonville, and several nieces and nephews.

Two sisters and five brothers died before him.

The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. Roger Bell, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be with military honors in Woodlawn CemeteryTech 4 US Army

World War II

Inscription:

HAMER/BETTINGER

ID# 336

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Garry Bettinger

November 30, 1864 – April 21, 1953

Garry Bettinger, a lifelong resident of the Lum district, Town of Ellisburg, died April 21, 1953 at his home. He had been in failing health for about a year and death resulted from a heart condition.

The funeral will take place at 2 p.m. Friday at Watson & Woodard’s funeral home in Sandy Creek, with Rev. Barber L. Waters, pastor of at Syracuse Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Bearers will be Howard Worden of Syracuse, Ralph Christopher of Rochester, Stanley Chapman of Sackets Harbor, and Fred Kastler, (Glenn LeClair and Donald Clark.

Mr. Bettinger was 88, having been born November 30, 1864 in the southern part of the town of Ellisburg, the son of Philetus and Celia Ehle Bettinger. He attended Ellisburg district schools, and on January 28, 1914 was married at Ellisburg to Miss. Elsie Greenwood, the ceremony having been performed by Rev. B. A. Walton.

He was a retired farmer, having always lived in this vicinity, and was well known as a trainer and dealer in fine road horses, having been associated with the Sam Bridge stables of Pittsfield Mass. for several years. Mr. Bettinger was one of the founders of the Goodenough Methodist church. He was a Golden Sheath (50 year) member of Mannsville Grange and a member df the Farm Bureau.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elsie Bettinger, and two sons, Harold and Ralph, of Ellisburg, and by four grandchildren. An only brother, Jay Bettinger, died September 13, 1952.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 23, 1953

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Grace Beth McNitt Bettinger

1889 – October 20, 1918

Daughter of Arthur Eugene McNitt & Eva Howard, she was born in Sandy Creek. She was the wife of Alfred Bettinger, mother of Janeth Bettinger.

Sister of Mabel Jones & Pearl Van Joslyn.

Educated in local schools, she was active in the local Methodist church and was treasurer of the missionary at the time of her death.

Cause of death: influenza/pnuemonia

Source: The Sandy Creek News, Oct 24, 1918 Pg 5

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Jay H. Bettinger

August 4, 1872 – September 13, 1952

Illness Fatal to Jay Bettinger, 80

Jay Bettinger, 80, a lifelong resident of this area, died shortly afternoon Saturday, September 13, 1952. He had been a patient in the Cheney Nursing home for four months and in failing health for nearly a year.

He was born in the Town of Ellisburg, Jefferson County, August 4, 1872, the son of Philetus and Celia Ehle Bettinger of this vicinity. He received his education in the Lum

District school. He owned and operated farms in Ellisburg and later on the Orwell-Lacona Road in the town of Sandy Creek. He had been a well-known dealer in fancy poultry and eggs in past years.

Active in Grange

In 1904 he married Alma DeWitt, who died August 7, 1927. He was an active member, of the Sandy Creek Grange for many years.

He is survived by one son, Floyd, long in Army service and now stationed with the army band in New Foundland; a brother, Garry Bettinger of Mannsville; three grandchildren and two nephews.

The funeral service was held at the Weston & Woodard funeral home at 2 p. m. Monday. Rev. Selden ward of Sandy Creek Baptist church officiated, with burial in Woodlawn cemetery. Bearers were Will Soule, Claire Soule, Tom Soule, Charles Soule, Harold and Ralph Bettinger.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 18, 1952

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Jeanette L Bettinger

June 29, 1873 – April 29, 1957 Wife of Arthur F. Bettinger Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., May 02, 1957, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 340

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Lawrence W. Bettinger

1876 – 1957 Husband of Sarah D. Bettinger

ID# 341

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Mason Bettinger

August 2, 1835 – December 9, 1921 Plot: J

Newspaper Obituary – December 15, 1921 Sandy Creek News – Mason Bettinger – Mason Bettinger passed away the home of his son, Alfred, Friday morning at 5 o’clock. About five weeks ago he was stricken with paralysis from which he did not rally. He was born in the adjoining town of Richland, Aug. 2, 1835, the son of Jacob and Margaret Harter Bettinger of Madison county. His grandparents were Philip and Catherine Bettinger who were natives of the Mohawk Valley and at an early day came to Sandy Creek where they settled on the farm which has since been in the family until a few years ago when it was sold to the late W. H. H. Scott and became the western portion of that farm. It embraced 70 acres and was in the family since its original settlement. The grandfather, Philip Bettinger was in the war of 1812 and was stationed at Sackets Harbor. The family was always identified with the Methodist Episcopal Church. E. L. Hoffman of Syracuse officiated at the funeral, which was held on Monday at 1 p.m., burial in Woodlawn cemetery. Mr. Bettinger was a great lover of the horse and always drove a fine pair in his active years. At the time of his death, at a ripe age of 86 years, he was one of the oldest life long citizens of the town. He enjoyed good health until his last illness and was about town most every pleasant day. In February 1862 he was married to Miss Lydia Ann Colon, who died six months after the daughter, Nora, was born. Five years ago he married Miss Evelyn Sprague and to them were born two sons, Lawrence and Alfred, who with the mother and daughter, Mrs. Charles McCune survive together with twelve grandchildren, Maurice McCune, Mason McCune, Merle McCune, and Chas. McCune Jr., sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCune. Randolph, Ruport, Doris, Newton, Frederic, Oscar and Annette, children of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bettinger and Janeth, daughter of Alfred Bettinger, also two grandchildren, Donald, son of Merle McCune and Ernestine, a daughter of Maurice McCune.

ID# 342

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Pamelia Scot Bettinger

December 15, 1827 – August 13, 1913 Wife of William Bettinger

ID# 343

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Philetus Bettinger

August 29, 1840 – June 19, 1913

PHILETUS BETTINGER

One of the best known men of Southern Jefferson county, Philetus Bettinger, died at his home west of Mannsville, last Thursday night.

He was a son of Peter and Eveline Bettinger and was widely known as the best judge of horses in this section. In his stables were always some of the finest over which it was his delight to draw rein. In addition to horses Mr. Bettinger sold carriages and other equipment. He had the confidence of his neighbors and townsmen who sought him out to deal with him. He was born on August 29, 1840, and in 1862 was married to Celia Ehle, a daughter of David and Sarah Knollin Ehle. Of this union two sons survive, Garry S., born November 30, 1862, and J.H., born August 4, 1872. In 1878 Mrs. Bettinger died. On May 11, 1879, Mr. Bettinger was married to Mrs. Eva Stearns Hancock, who, with the two sons, and one-grandson, Floyd, son of J.H. Bettinger, and one sister, Mrs. Harriet Lum, survive.

For many years Mr. Bettinger was associated with his brother, Delos, who died in 1903, in the conduct of their extensive farms and dairies, dealing also in horses. These farms are very productive and they always carried on an extensive business in agricultural products. While not in the best of health Mr. Bettinger had been comfortable till the day of his death, when he was stricken with paralysis. He died about 10 o’clock in the evening. The funeral was held from the family home on Sunday, and was largely attended, there being many present from Mannsville, Ellisburg and Sandy Creek, showing the esteem in which he was held. The bearers were his neighbors Rev. B.A. Walton, pastor of the family, officiated, often to the willingness of the deceased to meet his maker and that he died with a prayer upon his lips. The burial was in the beautiful family plot in Woodlawn cemetery in Sandy Creek beside his kindred.

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 26, 1913

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Ralph W. Bettinger

1918 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 345

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Sarah D. Bettinger

April 23, 1880 – April 19, 1973 Wife of Lawrence W. Bettinger

ID# 346

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Sarah Evelyn Bettinger

1851 – unknown Plot: O

ID# 347

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William Bettinger

January 7, 1819 – January 17, 1902 Husband of Pamelia Scott Bettinger

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Wilma H. Bettinger

1922 – 1989

Newspaper Obituary – September 18, 1989 Sandy Creek News – Wilma E. Bettinger – Sandy Creek – Wilma E. Bettinger, 66, of 9009 South Main St., Sandy Creek, died Wednesday, Aug. 30, at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown. Born in Lacona, Mrs. Bettinger was a long time resident of Sandy Creek. She assisted her husband in the operation of Blount Parker employees recreational center form 1954 to 1971. Later she was employed at Northland Electric Motors in Watertown until her retirement in 1985. She was a member of the Sandy Creek First Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband, Frederick R. Bettinger, a sister, Joyce Chrisman of Sandy Creek; her stepmother, Maxine Hamer of Edgewater, Fla.; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Services were held Sept. 2 at Sandy Creek First Baptist Church, the Rev. Virgil H. Hager, officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek. Arrangements were made by Summerville Funeral Home, 8192 Harwood Drive, Sandy Creek. Memorial contributions may be made to the Sean Thompson Memorial Playground Fund, in care of the Sandy Creek Central Schools.

ID# 349

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Kathryn Kent Bieber

1917 – December 19, 1970 Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., January 07, 1971, Page 13, Image 13

ID# 350

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Bessie L. Spink Bingham

1913 – January 2, 2009

Bessie L. Bingham, 95, of Winterhaven, Florida, formerly of Pulaski, died at Winterhaven Hospital in Florida. Born in Pulaski, she was a graduate of Pulaski High School. She married Reed Bingham; they lived in Pulaski. They retired and moved to Florida in 1974. Mr. Bingham died in 1993. Mrs. Bingham was a homemaker. Surviving are one daughter, JoAnn (John) Hurd of Fort Wayne, IN; three sons, James (Alva) Bingham of Winterhaven, FL, John Bingham of Greene, NY, and Joe (Sherri) Bingham of Conway, SC; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held in the spring with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 1/6/2009

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Graveside services for Bessie L. Bingham, 95, of Winter Haven, Fla., formerly of Pulaski, who died January 2, 2009 in Florida will be held Saturday, 2 p.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek with Rev. Bud Fancy officiating. Arrangements are by Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, NY

Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 5/6/2009

ID# 351

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Margaret M. Birchenough

February 2, 1913 – August 14, 1981 Wife of Thomas W. Birchenough Plot: S

Sandy Creek news., September 02, 1981, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 352

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Thomas W. Birchenough

September 3, 1909 – October 28, 1977 Plot: S

The Pulaski Democrat., November 02, 1977, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 353

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Levi Bird

1846 – May 22, 1899 Husband of Lizzie Bird Plot: L

Sandy Creek news., May 25, 1899, Page 5, Image 5

Note: Age 53 yrs. (Colored) Co. G 159th NY Vol. 1861 65 Flagholder.

ID# 354

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Lizzie Bird

unknown – March 10, 1900 Wife of Levi Bird Plot: L

ID# 355

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Avery E. Birdslow

1875 – March 26, 1914 Plot: E

Sandy Creek news., April 02, 1914, Page 5, Image 5

Sandy Creek news., March 26, 1914, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 356

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Delia R Birdslow

February 25, 1915 – August 4, 2007

92, of Sandy Creek, NY, died Saturday in Pontiac Nursing Home in Oswego. A native of Sandy Creek, she was the widow of Hugh Birdslow, who died in 1984. She was a member and past matron of Lake Ontario Chapter #124 O.E.S., past district deputy grand matron of Oswego District O.E.S. and a member of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church. Survivors: son, William of Sandy Creek; three grandchildren, Lynette, Jeannine and Tracy; sister, Marlene Ferguson of Clayton; brothers, William Reardon of Adams Center and Clarence “Pete” Reardon of Mannsville; six great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek

born: Feb. 25, 1915; daughter of William (memorial # 44634814) & Edna (Hartman)(memorial # 43953798) Reardon

ID# 357

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Fern Lucille Birdslow

1913 – 1913 Plot: E

Note: Age 3 days

ID# 358

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Hugh Birdslow

1845 – March, 1914 Plot: E

Sandy Creek news., March 19, 1914, Page 4, Image 4

The Pulaski Democrat., March 25, 1914, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 359

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Hugh E. Birdslow

October 7, 1911 – November 22, 1984 Plot: E

The Pulaski Democrat., December 03, 1984, Page 10, Image 10

ID# 360

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L. Mabel Birdslow

1878 – 1898 Plot: E

ID# 361

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L. Madge Birdslow

1876 – 1948 Plot: E

ID# 362

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Lovie Birdslow

1873 – 1875 Plot: E

ID# 363

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Maria W. Birdslow

January 20, 1841 – June 3, 1916 Plot: E

Sandy Creek news., June 08, 1916, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 364

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Abner Bishop

October 4, 1843 – May 8, 1853 S

Inscription:

The loved one was taken

Note: Son of William & Cynthia Bishop. A baby

ID# 365

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Cynthia S Maxham Bishop

July 11, 1821 – 1907 Wife of William Bishop

ID# 366

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Emma Grossline Bishop

1879 – December, 1958 Wife of Stephen R. Bishop Plot: M

The Pulaski Democrat., December 25, 1958, Page 9, Image 9

ID# 367

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Fenwick Bishop

1866 – April 30, 1930 Plot: M

Sandy Creek news., May 01, 1930, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 368

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Harriet Loveless Bishop

1838 – April, 1906 Wife of Edwin J. Bishop Plot: M

Sandy Creek news., April 26, 1906, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 369

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J Edwin Bishop

1842 – August, 1912 Plot: M

Sandy Creek news., August 22, 1912, Page 5, Image 5

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John Bishop

1832 – January 26, 1917 Plot: H

Sandy Creek news., February 01, 1917, Page 2, Image 2

The Pulaski Democrat., February 07, 1917, Page 2, Image 2

ID# 371

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Martha Mandigo Bishop

1831 – 1903 Wife of John Bishop Plot: H

ID# 372

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Mary Davis Bishop

1866 – October, 1934 Wife of Fenwick Bishop Plot: M

The Pulaski Democrat., October 03, 1934, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 373

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Moris W. Bishop

unknown – 1852 Husband of Olive Goit Bishop

Note: Husband of Olive Goit Bishop. Aged 37 years

ID# 374

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Olive Goit Bishop

1794 – 1849

She immigrated with her Father “being a single man” and brother La Fayette Goit (presuming her mother had died prior to their travels)

Married Morris W. Bishop cir 1815. Death 30 Jan 1851. 12 Children, 6 boys and 6 girls. Names (not in birth order) Sally, Mary, Ann,Helen, Jane, Pauline, Ruth, William (on find a grave, married to Cynthia Syndonna Maxham Bishop of Edward Asa Maxham Sr. and Cynthia Sprague Maxham),Hiram, John, Ira, Daniel, &(Squire)

Olive died cir 1849, NY

Note: Wife of Moris W. Bishop. Aged 47 years. Stone badly eroded

ID# 375

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William Bishop

December 21, 1818 – 1896 Son of Moris W. and Olive Goit Bishop, Husband of Cynthia S. Maxham Bishop

William Bishop was born in Rensselaer County, New York, on December 21, 1818. He was the oldest of twelve children. His grandfather, Hiram Bishop, and his father, Morris W. Bishop, came from Vermont at an early age and settled in Rensselaer County. They were among the early pioneers of Rensselaer County.

William Bishop married Cynthia S. Maxham, of Oswego County, on March 2, 1842 and soon after purchased a farm. They had two sons and one daughter. Abner S. was born October 4, 1843; Asa M. was born March 12, 1848, and Rosa J. was born November 4, 1853. Abner died in 1853; Asa M. died in an accident in 1877.

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Ira Bixby

unknown – May 26, 1873

Inscription:

Aged 76 yrs

ID# 377

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Edmund John Blackmer

May 29, 1912 – October 15, 1995 Plot: R

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, October 17, 1995

Edmund “John” Blackmer, 83, of 367 Center Road, retired carpenter, died at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown, where he had been a patient since Friday.

Services will be private. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

There are no calling hours. Arrangements are with Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek.

Memorial donations may be made to Northern Oswego County Ambulance, the American Heart Association or the American Cancer Society.

Surviving are his wife, Reta, three nieces and a nephew.

A sister, Ellen Kent, died previously.

Born May 29, 1912, in Adams, son of Edmond and Celestine Presley Blackmer, he was educated in Adams schools and married Reta Nellis on Oct. 8, 1953, in Clarks Summit, Pa.

Mr. Blackmer lived in Lacona since 1953. He retired in 1977 as a self-employed carpenter.

He was a self-taught accordionist and the leader of the band We Three.

During the 1930s, Mr. Blackmer performed in Schines Theaters throughout New York state.

ID# 378

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Reta E. Blackmer

May 31, 1931 – unknown Plot: R

ID# 379

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Fred J. Blair

unknown – 1958

Fred J. Blair, Richland, Dies

Fred J. Blair, 77, died suddenly Wednesday forenoon at his home in Richland. He had been in good health until stricken.

Mr. Blair was born in South Rutland July 19, 1880, the son of Ira L. and Ella Youngs Blair. He spent his early life and attended school in South Rutland. He married Nellie Mae Wood Nov. 28, 1904, at Lyons Falls.

Mr. and Mrs. Blair lived in Lewis county until coming to Lacona in 1933. They have been residents of Richland for the past nine years.

He was a member of the South Rutland Methodist Church.

Surviving besides his wife are two daughters, Mrs. Madeline

Clark and Mrs. Harold Austin, Blair of Mattydale, a son, Harry; two sisters, both of Syracuse, Mrs. Mable O’Brien of Carthage and Mrs. George Guyette of Syracuse: a brother, Charles Blair of Utica; 13 grandchildren and one great-grandson.

The funeral will be at the Taylor Funeral Home, Saturday at 2:30 p. m. with Rev. E. Kendall Scouten of the Sandy Creek Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in Sandy Creek Cemetery.

Calling hours are Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral home.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, Feb 27, 1958

ID# 380

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John C. Blair

unknown – 1967 Plot: P

ID# 381

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Mae Blair

1887 – unknown Plot: P

ID# 382

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Roy Blair

1908 – July, 1957 Plot: P

The Pulaski Democrat., July 18, 1957, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 383

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E. W. Blanchard

unknown – unknown

ID# 384

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Robert Blanchard

August 21, 1802 – December 24, 1854 Plot: B

ID# 385

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Ada P. Howe Blodgett

1860 – 1894 Wife of Malcom S. Boldgett

ID# 386

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Alice S. Porter Blodgett

unknown – January 30, 1951 Wife of Malcom S. Blodgett

Committal. Services Held

Committal services were held today in Woodlawn cemetery for Mrs. Alice S. Porter Blodgett, widow of Malcolm S. Blodgett of Watertown

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 26, 1951

ID# 387

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Alma Blodgett

1850 – December 19, 1864

Daughter of Mary Bartlett & Samuel Blodgett, aged 14 years

ID# 388

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David N. Blodgett

1931 – 2012

David N. Blodgett passed away on October 30, 2012 at his home in Durham. He was born December 13,1931, in Carthage NY. He was preceded in death by his father Jay E. Blodgett, his mother Doris Neville Blodgett, and his wife Patricia Francisco Blodgett.

He graduated from Carthage High School and attended St. Lawrence University before enlisting in the United States Navy. He graduated from Rhode Island State College before moving to Raleigh-Durham where he earned his Master’s degree from North Carolina State University. He was an Industrial Arts teacher for over 25 years. He developed a computer system for Industrial Arts that was adopted as part of the North Carolina school systems. David enjoyed sailing, traveling in his RV, reading, and politics.

He is survived by his sister Jane Blodgett Hurley and husband Dan of Potsdam, NY; son Stuart (Ben) Blodgett and wife Doris of Knoxville, TN; daughter Athena Tembo of IL; grandsons Benjamin Blodgett and wife Kylie; Stephen Blodgett and wife Bronwyn; Nathan Jones, Travis Bower, and several nieces and nephews.

Burial will be at a future date in Sandy Creek, NY.

ID# 389

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Doris N. Blodgett

1903 – 1997

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, November 28, 1997

Doris Neville Blodgett, 93, formerly of 63 Leroy St., died Wednesday at The Community Nursing Home of Potsdam, where she had been a resident since April 1995.

Mrs. Blodgett was a nurse for Dr. Frederick Metzger, and then for Dr. Francis Lawler, both of Carthage, retiring in 1974. Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett moved from Natural Bridge to Potsdam in 1973.

After retirement, she lived at Mayfield Apartments before moving in with her daughter and son-in-law on Leroy Street.

Born April 13, 1904, at Evans Mills, a daughter of Andrew and Emma Failing Neville, she graduated from Carthage High School. She graduated from Nurses Training Hospital, House of the Good Shepherd, Syracuse University, in 1927. She married Jay E. Blodgett on Oct. 12, 1928, at the Baptist Rectory, Watertown, with the Rev. Guy Livingston Brown officiating. Mr. Blodgett, a Carthage optometrist, died April 2, 1985.

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Daniel (Jane M.) Hurley, Potsdam; a son, David N., Townsville, ,N.C.; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

The funeral will be at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 390

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Jay E. Blodgett

1899 – 1995

ID# 391

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Lorette E Knollin Blodgett

1850 – 1937 Daughter of John Richards and Elizabeth Near Knollin, Wife of Miles Blodgett Plot: H

The 1900 Census lists Lorette as born in November of 1952 and the age appears slightly different in every census, so have used the birth year on the headstone. Lorette married late in life, January 2, 1890 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Miles Blodgett of Sandy Creek, who had been married twice before. It appears Miles and Lorette had no children. After her husband died in 1906, she and her sister Addie lived together. In 1930, Lorette and Addie lived in Lacona Village, just a short distance from Sandy Creek.

ID# 392

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Malcom S. Blodgett

December 10, 1861 – January 2, 1949 Son of Samuel and Mary Bartlett Blodgett

ML S. Blodgett, 87, Dies at His Home

Malcolm S. Blodgett, 87, practicing optometrist for more than 63 years and founder and senior member of the firm of M. S.. Blodgett & Son, optometrists with offices in Watertown, died suddenly Sunday morning, January 2, 1949 at his home as the result of a heart attack. Funeral services were held in Watertown Tuesday afternoon, Rev. W.D. Aubrey of Adams, interim pastor of the First Baptist church of Watertown, officiating.Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek, in the spring.

Surviving Mr. Blodgett are his wife, Mrs. Alice S. Blodgett Porter; three sons, Uri S. Blodgett, junior member of the firm of M. S. Blodgett & Son, Jay B. Blodgett, Carthage, and Roy O.” Blodgett, Saranac Lake; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Born in Orwell

Mr. Blodgett was born Dec. 10, 1861, in the town of Orwell, Oswego county, near Pekin, a son of the late Samuel and Mary Bartlett Blodgett. His father, who died of pneumonia when only 49 years old, started the first cheese factory in

the town.

Moving to Lacona in his youth, Malcolm S, Blodgett received his early education in the Sandy Creek High school. Later, he went to Nebraska, where for nine years he taught in a business school. When the school was discontinued about 1893, he returned to Lacona.

His first wife, the former Miss Ada P. Howe of Sandy Creek, whom he married July 6, 1886, died August 2, 1894. There were no children by the first marriage. On August 28, 1895, he married Miss Alice S. Porter, the ceremony being performed at the Porter homestead farm in the Stevens district town of Sandy Creek, near Lacona, by Rev. Mr. Maine, a Baptist minister. Last August Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett observed their 63rd wedding anniversary.

Left Lacona in 1914

Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett resided at Lacona until 1914. Mr. Blodgett after returning from Nebraska, began the study of optometry and in 1895 was graduated from the Spencer Institute of Optics, New York. During the early part of his career, Mr. Blodgett practiced his profession in small towns south ofSandy Creek and in communities surrounding Utica, Syracuse and Oswego, maintaining a schedule of visiting the various communities at regular intervals and meeting his patients usually in hotel parlors, as was customary in these days.

In 1908 he established an office in Watertown. The firm of M.S. Blodgett & Son was. organized in 1919, his son, Uri, joining him in practice. Mr. Blodgett was a member of the First Baptist church and also of the Watertown City Lodge No. 291 I.O.O.F He was a member of the Northern New York, the New York state and the American Optometrical associations. He was a former member of the Kiwanis club and the Masonic lodge

Source: Sandy Creek News, Jan 6, 1949

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Mary Bartlett Blodgett

November 29, 1829 – January 20, 1908

MRS. MARY B. BLODGETT

Mary Bartlett was born in Annsville, Oneida county, N.Y., November 29, 1829 and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lina Porter in Lacona, Oswego county, N.Y., January 20, 1908 aged 78 years, 1 month and 21 days. Her death occured on the eighty-sixth birthday of her eldest sister’s husband, L.C. Runyan of Lacona.

She was the third of a family of five children of Urania Perry and Emery Bartlett, three, sister of whom survive, her oldest sister Mrs. Huldah Runyan of Lacona being eighty-one years old, Mrs. Frances Hudson of Milwaukee; Oregon, and Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson of Sandy Creek.

She was married to Samuel N. Blodgett, October 10, 1848, at Sandy Creek, N.Y., by Rev. Arnold. Mr. Blodgett died May 28, 1873. To them were born six children all of whom lived to maturity excepting Alma, who died December 19, 1864, aged fourteen years.

She has been in feeble health for five or six years, having received a fall at that time and dislocating her right shoulder, from the shock of which she never fully recovered. She was ready and waiting for the call which would release her from earthly cares and pain.

Less than two weeks before her demise her daughter Lina, being near the piano chanced to strike the keys. She said, “Why don’t you play a little?” Striking into an old hymn, “Lord of the World Above,” Mrs. Porter began singing and Mrs. Blodgett joined in, her voice sounding as clear as when in health. They sang three verses and then sang three verses of “They are not Lost but Gone Before.” Her voice sounded so natural that Mrs. Porter said that she wished that some one else might have heard it.

The funeral was held Wednesday, January 22, at the house. The Scripture lesson, the twenty-third Psalm and the text was of her own selection; “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for Thou art with me.”

She united with the Baptist chupch of Sandy Creek about thirty-four years ago. At the funeral when her pastor, the Rev. Onderdonk, repeated the text that the sun which had, been hidden all day, shone out brightly at the words “Thou art with me.” She had requested that the, Rev. Davies make the prayer.

The children of Mrs. Blodgett wish to extend thanks to the choir for the beautiful selections rendered by them at the funeral.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Jan 20, 1908

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Patricia E. Blodgett

1940 – 2012

ID# 395

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Samuel Nathan Blodgett

July 17, 1827 – May 28, 1933

Samuel N. Blodgett, the only brother of Miles Blodgett, was the pioneer cheese maker of this locality. In Orwell he built what was said to have been the first factory in Oswego county. He also built the Finster cheese factory in Lacona.

On October 10, 1848 he married Mary Bartlett, who was the daughter of Emory Bartlett and Urania Perry Bartlett, six children, Alice, Alma, Lina, Addie, Malcolm and Fred, being born to them.

Alice Blodgett who was born July 17, 1849, in the town of Orwell, was married January 8, 1872 to Orlo Porter, their sons being Merton and Claude Porter. Mr. Porter died in June, 1900 and on January 15, 1902 she was married to A. J. Vanderhoof who died August 5, 1915. In 1920 Mrs. Vanderhoof became the wife of John J. Hollis. She died in 1928.

Of the other children of Samuel Blodgett, Alma died at the age of 14, Lina married Charles Porter, their children being Ward Porter and Mrs. Ethel Porter Hill; Addie Blodgett married Nathan Sage, their children being Blodgette, Edward and Burrell. Malcolm S. Blodgett married, first, Ada Howe, daughter of Nathan Daniels Howe, and second, Alice Porter, their sons being Uri, Jay and Roy Blodgett.

Fred Blodgett lives in Boonville.

Source: Sandy Creek News, 1933

ID# 396

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Andrew T “Andy” Blount

1865 – 1955

ID# 397

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Chloe Phillips Blount

June 20, 1893 – November 20, 1976 Wife of Ralph W. Blount Plot: O

Sandy Creek news., November 24, 1976, Page 3, Image 3

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Dolly Harding Blount

April 19, 1897 – August, 1993

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – August 10, 1993

Dolly Harding Blount, 96, formerly of Lacona, died Sunday in Marshall, Texas.

A native of Lacona, Mrs. Blount moved to Marshall two years ago. She retired in 1964 as a secretary with Holstein-Freisen World in Sandy Creek. Mrs. Blount was a 1915 graduate of Sandy Creek High School and a graduate of Albany Business College. Her husband, Howard P., president of Blount Lumber Co., died in 1975.

Mrs. Blount was a member of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church and a 77-year member of Lake Ontario Chapter 124, OES. She served on the Oswego County Girl Scout Council and was a former chairman of the Oswego County Chapter of the American Red Cross.

Surviving are a daughter, Jean Culver of Marshall; a son, George R. of Naples, Fla.; seven grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.

Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, the Rev. Lorraine Zimmerman officiating.

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Doris Wheeler Blount

June 10, 1898 – June 26, 1984

Mrs. Doris L. Wheeler Blount, 85, formerly of North Ridge Road, Lacoaa, died Sunday evening, June 10, 1984 at the Hillcrest Nursing Home in Oswego, following a lengthy illness.

Born June 26, 1898 in Mannsville, a daughter, of the late Charles and Lydia Edden Wheeler, she attended Mannsville schools and was graduated from Pulaski High. School as valedictorian in 1915.

She attended the Pulaski Training Class of 1916.

Mrs. Blount taught school for two years and married F. Leland Blount on June 26, 1919 at Mannsville. The Blounts owned and operated a dairy farm on the North Ridge Road in Lacona for sixty years.

Mr. Blount died March 18, 1975, at age 82.

Mrs. Blount was joined with the Mannsville Methodist church at thirteen and was organist for eight years. She also taught a girls’ Sunday School class for many years.

She transferred her membership to the Sandy Creek Methodist Church in 1919 and was active for many years in the W.S.C.S., pre-deceasor of today’s United Methodist Women. She also taught primary Sunday School classes for several years, then was the teacher for fifteen years of the Adults’ Foster Pratt Class.

She was also a member of the local W.C.T.U., and a member of Lake Ontario Chapter, No. 124, 0.E.S. for over fifty years, as well as a member of Sandy Creek Grange, No. 127, P. of H.

Mrs. Blount was an accomplished writer and had had many of her poems published in well known magazines. In later years copies of her poems, mounted on decorative wood plaques, local crafts shows.

She was a descendant of a early pioneer family. Her great-grandfather, Hicks Wheeler, traveled from Massachusetts by oxcart to settle east of Mannsville in the early 1800’s. Her grandfather, George N. Wheeler, built the Mannsville United Methodist Church.

She is survived by two sons, T. Richard of Lacona and Derrill E. of Mannsville; 15 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren.

Two brothers, Howard R. and Harold Wheeler, predeceased her.

Graveside services were held Wednesday, June 13, at the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, with her grandson, Rev. Douglas Sheaf, pastor of the Bethel Assembly of God Church, Massena, officiating.

Arrangements were with the Summerville Funeral Home in Sandy Creek. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to Northern Oswego County Ambulance, Box 113, Pulaski.

A few lines of poetry by Mrs. Blount written in remembrance of her father, perhaps best exemplify her strong feelings and faith:

“…Sleep on, dear heart,

nor dream that we forget,

Each day our love goes

winging out to you,

At night our eyes with

anguished tears are wet,

As tender memories:

pass in review;

Only our faith in God

can ease our’pain*

For He has promised,

“Ye shall live again!”

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 20, 1984

ID# 400

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Ednah Isabelle Thomas Blount

May 29, 1897 – December 4, 1987 Daughter of Clarence G. Thomas and Mary Catherine Monroe

Ednah T. Blount, 90, of 8218 Harwood Drive, died Friday at the House of the Good Samaritan hospital in Watertown.

Born in Summerville, Mass., she lived all her life in the Lacona area. She is the widow of H. Floyd Blount, executive of the Blount Lumber Co. in Lacona.

She graduated from the Peabody School of Conservatory Music in Baltimore. She taught piano for 60 years. She was the organist at the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church for the past 65 years, retiring Nov. 24. She accompanied the North Country Music Society for 10 years. She was a past matron of Lake Ontario Chapter of O.E.S. She was a former member of the Fortnightly Club and the Outlook Club.

She is survived by two sons, F. Thomas Blount of Lacona and Charles Blount of Brockport; a twin sister, Ethel Watts of Lacona; seven grandchildren; and two nephews.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church. Burial will be at the Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. There are no calling hours.

Source: Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – December 5, 1987

ID# 401

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F. Leland Blount

November 2, 1892 – March 18, 1975

F.L. Blount, Area Farmer, Succumbs at 82

F. Leland Blount, 82, of the North Ridge Road, Lacona, died Tuesday, March 18, 1975 In the House of the Good Samaritan, after a long illness.

Born November 2, 1892, at Pine Meadows, in the Town of Orwell, the son of Andrew T. and Nellie Ackley Blount, he had lived in the Sandy Creek-Lacona section since 1898, graduating from Sandy Creek High School in the Class of 1913. While he was attending high school he was a member of the earliest basketball team from the local school.

Mr. Blount attended Cornell University, Ithaca, for two years, majoring in agriculture.

He married Doris L. Wheeler of Mannsville, June 26, 1919, and for forty years the couple owned and operated a farm on the North Ridge Road, until Mr. Blount retired because of ill health. In 1928, he was named a Master Farmer by the New York State Farm Bureau for his outstanding dairy records.

Mr. Blount was a seventy vear member of the United Methodist Church of Sandy Creek, and a member of the Sandy Creek Grange, No. 127

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Doris Blount, two sons, T. Richard Blount, Lacona, and Derrill E. Blount, Mannsville; fifteen grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren. Two cousins, Mrs. Florence B. Parker of Naples, Fla.; and Howard P. Blount, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and Renshaw Bay, are also among his survivors.

The funeral for Mr. Blount was held last Friday at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with Rev. Ivan Greenfield, pastor of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Memorial contributions may be made to Northern Oswego County Ambulance, Inc. (NOCA)

Source: Sandy Creek News, March 26, 1975

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George R. Blount

November 24, 1864 – April, 1932 Plot: P

Newspaper Obituary – Wednesday, March 2, 1932 Pulaski Democrat – Prominent Lacona Man Passes – George R. Blount, 67 – George R. Blount, head of the Blount Lumber Company of Lacona, died at his home in Sandy Creek shortly before 6 o’clock Saturday night. Mr. Blount developed pneumonia about two weeks ago, and his wife and daughter who were in Florida were summoned home, and following an emergency mastoid operation Friday, he failed to rally owing to his weakened condition. Mr. Blount was born November 25, 1864. For many years he has owned and managed large lumbering interests in the eastern end of the county. He served as president of the Lacona National Bank several years after its organization until about five years ago. He was a member of the Methodist church of Sandy Creek. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jessie Ackley Blount, three daughters, Miss S. Mildred Blount, St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs. H. W. Parker, Sandy Creek, Mrs. Ralph Kieffer of Massena; two sons, Howard P. Blount, and H. Floyd Blount of Sandy Creek; a brother, A. T. Blount, of Lacona, and a sister, Mrs. A. G. Smith of Spokane Wash. Another sister, Miss Sarah Blount, died about a month ago. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at the church with burial in Sandy Creek cemetery.

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Helen L. Salisbury Blount

March 27, 1924 – November 16, 2009

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Nov 18, 2009

Helen L. Blount

November 16, 2009

Helen L. Blount, 85, of Lacona, died November 16, 2009 at her home. Born March 27, 1924 in the Town of Sandy Creek, the daughter of Earl and Edna Tanner Salisbury. She was educated in Sandy Creek School. Married, May 15, 1941 to T. Richard Blount at Richland. Mr. Blount died April 2, 2005.

Survived by two daughters and their husbands, Bonita and David Rubenstein of Mt. Tremper and Diane and James Casey of Sandy Creek; six sons and four daughters-in-law, Leslie and Laurette of Orwell, Jerrold and Michele of Jacksonville, FL, Raymond and Kathleen of Watsonsville, CA, Daniel and his companion, Shelia Cobb of Lacona, John of Lacona, James and Cheryl of Lacona; 17 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Kenneth Salisbury of Lacona and William “Bill” Salisbury of Jasper, FL; several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by two sisters, Arlene Kendell and Margaret Sprague; five brothers, Walter, Roy, David, Hollis and Harold; and an infant son, Wayne Leland Blount.

Funeral Services: 11 a.m. Thursday, Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Rev. Brian Snyder officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ID# 404

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Henry Floyd Blount

March 28, 1896 – July 18, 1974

He was the son of George R. Blount and Jessie Marie Ackley. Henry married Ednah Isabelle Thomas

ID# 405

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Howard P. Blount

February 2, 1892 – November 5, 1975 Husband of Dolly Harding Blount

ID# 406

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Jessie M. Ackley Blount

August 21, 1859 – April 22, 1954 Wife of George R. Blount Plot: P

Newspaper Obituary – April 29, 1954 Sandy Creek News – Funeral Service Held Tuesday for Mrs. Blount, 94 – The funeral of Jessie Ackley Blount, widow of George R. Blount, was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. Wallace Parker. Rev. Leland Webster, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiated and burial was in Woodlawn cemetery. Bearers were her grandsons, Robert Parker, George Blount, Thomas Blount, John Parker, Charles Blount, also Waren Hollis, M.D. Mrs. Blount, who observed her 94th birthday last August, suffered a heart block six days before her death which occurred in St. Petersburg, Fla. on Thursday, April 22, 1954 at 2 p.m. For the past 30 years, Mrs. Blount has been accustomed to spending her winters at her home in Florida with her daughter, Miss Mildred Blount. They returned here for the summer months, including some time at their cottage on Renshaw Bay. She had enjoyed exceptionally good health for a person of her years, and up until the past five years was alert and interested in the activities of her family and incurrent national and international affairs – Taught for Ten Years – Born August 21, 1859 in Westdale, she was the daughter of Peter and Gafelia Ackley. She attended school in Westdale where she spent her early life and later continued her studies at Oswego Normal school. She taught for ten years in schools in this area, including Belleville, also Redfield and other schools in Oswego county. While teaching in Ricard she met George R. Blount, son of Aroma and Phoebe Thomas Blount, to whom she was married on July 19, 1888 at her home in Westdale. They came to Lacona in 1894 where Mr. Blount erected a small plant for the manufacture of rockers which he sold to various chair manufactures, and also engaged in the wholesale lumber business. The business prospered, expanded and later developed into the present firms of the Blount Lumber Company and Blount-Parker Corp. Mr. Blount died February 27, 1932. Mrs. Blount was an active member of the First Methodist church for many years and was connected with both the home and foreign missionary societies of the church. She was a member of the Ladies Wednesday Club and served as fifth district chairman of the Northern New York Federation of Women’s Clubs. She was also affiliated with the Ontario Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Pulaski, and with the local branch of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union. – Travel Abroad – In 1938 she traveled abroad. Alert and active, she was the marvel of the group, being able to maintain the pace of her fellow tourists, all of whom were much younger than herself. She was feted by the group on her 79th birthday in Paris. Her interest in people was exceptionally keen and served to draw those of all ages into her circle of friendship. She was especially interested in young people and in helping them attain higher education. Surviving are their five children, Miss Mildred Blount, Howard Blount, Mrs. Ralph (Ruth) Keefer of Pittsburgh, Pa., Floyd Blount and Mrs. H. Wallace (Florence) Parker, also ten grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.

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Lynn V. Blount

unknown – April, 1994

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – April 16, 1994

Former Lacona resident Lynn V. Blount, 67, died Wednesday at his home in Winterhaven, Fla.

A native of Richland, Mr. Blount lived in Lacona before moving to Florida in 1984. He retired as owner and operator of Colonial Court Campgrounds in Sandy Creek and also owned and operated a Texaco service station in Sandy Creek. He was a graduate of Sandy Creek Central School.

Mr. Blount was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Bartow, Fla., a past master of Sandy Creek Lodge 564, F&AM, and a past patron of Lake Ontario Chapter 124, OES. He was a trustee and former president of Woodlawn Cemetery Association in Sandy Creek and a committee member for Sandy Creek Boy Scout Troop 830k. A Navy veteran of World War II, Mr. Blount was a member of the Robert Edwards American Legion Post in Pulaski.

Surviving are his wife, the former Rose Stewart; a daughter, Rebecca Barber of Bartow; two sons, David of Winterhaven and Steven, a Marine Corps staff sergeant stationed in Tustin, Calif.; three sisters, Ann Vextor of Pulaski, Joyce Kehoe of Bartow and Pauline Snyder of Osceola; a brother, Richard of Arcadia, Fla.; five grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, the Rev. Lorraine Zimmerman officiating. Burial will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Sandy Creek.

ID# 408

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Nellie M. Ackley Blount

1867 – 1925

Mrs. A.T. BLOUNT.

Sunday morning Nellie M. Ackley, wife Of Andy T. Blount, died at the family home, on Academy street in Sandy Creek, where hse has been failing for the past four weeks. She amd for many years identified with the various interests of the community and was a consistent member of the Methodist Episcopal church.

She was a daughter of Peter and Gafalia Anna Ackley, substantial citizens and farmers of Westdale, where much of her early life was spent.

She was born in Amboy, Oswego County, Aug. 3, 1867, and was married to Andy T. Bould at Ricard thirty four years ago last December. For the past twenty six years teir home has been in Sandy Creek.

Besides her husband she is survived by one son, F. Leland Blount, and two grandchildren, also by one sister, Mrs. George R. Blount of Lacona and one brother, William Ackley, of Westdale.

The funeral was held from the family home, and the Methodist church on Tuesday at 2 p.m., the Rev. W.J. Hart officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Jan 29, 1925

ID# 409

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Ralph W. Blount

April 23, 1881 – December 19, 1966 Husband of Chloe Phillips Blount Plot: O

Sandy Creek news., December 22, 1966, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 410

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Rose S. Blount

1925 – unknown Plot: O

ID# 411

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S. Mildred Blount

August 7, 1890 – June 14, 1974 Plot: P

Sandy Creek news., June 19, 1974, Page 7, Image 7

The Pulaski Democrat., June 26, 1974, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 412

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T. Richard Blount

March 13, 1920 – 2005

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – April 4, 2005

T. Richard Blount, 85, of 70 Miller Road, died Saturday at Seneca Hill Manor, Oswego.

Mr. Blount was a millwright at Crouse Hinds Co., Syracuse, and was also a manager at of several furniture companies, retiring in 1992.

He was involved with the Boy Scouts of America for many years, serving as a scout master for 15 years. He was also a member of the board of Woodlawn Cemetery Association, volunteered at Ainsworth Memorial Library and was an active member of Community Park Association, all of Sandy Creek.

Born March 13, 1920, in the town of Sandy Creek, son of F. Leland and Doris Blount, he graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1937 and later graduated from New York State Ranger School at Wanakena. A veteran of World War II, he served in the Army from 1943 to 1946, and also served in the Civilian Conservation Corps for 13 summers.

He married the former Helen Salisbury 63 years ago.

Surviving besides his wife are two daughters and their husbands, Bonita and David Rubenstein, Mount Tremper, and Diane and James Casey, Sandy Creek; six sons and four daughters-in-law, Jerrold and Michele, Jacksonville, Fla., Raymond and Kathy, Salinas, Calif., and Leslie and Laurette, Daniel, John, and James and Cheryl, all of Lacona; 17 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

An infant son, Wayne Leland, and a brother, Derrill, died before him.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with the Rev. Mary Drake officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

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Wayne Leland Blount

February 1, 1946 – February 2, 1946 Son of T. Richard and Helen L. Salisbury Blount Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., February 06, 1946, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 414

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Elmer J. Bond

1874 – 1954 Husband of Ina M. Bond Plot: R

ID# 415

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Ina M. Bond

1879 – 1945 Wife of Elmer J. Bond Plot: R

ID# 416

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Muriel G. Knowlton Bond

1907 – January, 1968 Wife of Richard W. Bond Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., February 01, 1968, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 417

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Richard W. Bond

1906 – 1994 Husband of Muriel G. Knowland Bond Plot: R

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, November 3, 1994

Richard W. Bond, 88, of 4600 Southwood Heights Drive, Syracuse, a former Sandy Creek resident, died Wednesday at Iroquois Nursing Home, Syracuse.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Fairchild & Meech DeWitt Chapel, DeWitt, with the Rev. Edwin F. Taylor officiating. Burial will be in Sandy Creek Cemetery.

There will be no calling hours and donations may be made to the American Heart Association.

Surviving are two daughters, Nancy K. Bond, Fayetteville, and Cynthia B. Bates, Hammondsport; a sister, Emily Walker, Norwich; two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Mr. Bond was born Aug. 4, 1906, in Clyde, a son of Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Bond.

He married Muriel Gladys Knowlton on July 20, 1933, with the Rev. Walter S. Dobbie, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church, officiating. Mrs. Bond died in 1968.

Mr. Bond resided for most of his life in the Sandy Creek/Lacona area before moving to Syracuse in 1989.

Mr. Bond was a graduate of Rider College, Trenton, N.J. and he retired in 1966 as a teacher with Sandy Creek Central schools. He taught previously at schools in East Hampton and Norwich.

He was a member of Sandy Creek Methodist Church and the New York State Teachers Association. He was a former member of the Sandy creek Volunteer Fire Department and treasurer for the village of Sandy Creek from 1952 to 1955.

ID# 418

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Frank T. Bonney

May 12, 1878 – May 5, 1955 Son of John W. and Harriet Emily Lewis Bonney, Husband of Jessie May McRobbie Bonney

“Frank T. Bonney, 76, for many years a leading contractor and builder, died suddenly at his home on Jefferson St. late Thursday evening of a heart attack. He had been in poor health for more than a year.

“He was born May 12, 1878 in the town of Albion and had lived in that vicinity and in Pulaski in his youth.In 1902 he married Jessie MacRobbie of Antwerp. They spent all their married life here.

“As a leading contractor, Mr. Bonney erected the Brooks, Rex Potts, and Franklin blocks in this village, as well as many residences.

“He was a member of the Ringgold Fire Company for forty years until retirement and served several years as fire chief. He was also a member of the Baptist Church.

“Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. George (Ivonne) Corse of Sandy Creek, Mrs. Theodore (Theresa) Cunningham and Mrs.Norma Heckle, both of Pulaski; a brother Eugene Bonney, Syracuse; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.”

Funeral services at the Foster Funeral Home with burial in the Sandy Creek cemetery (Interpreted as Woodlawn, since that is where his wife Jessie was reported buried).

Oswego Palladium, May 6, 1955

ID# 419

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Jessie May McRobbie Bonney

August 25, 1883 – September 21, 1980 Daughter of Robert and Phoebe Johnston McRobbie, Wife of Frank T. Bonney

Daughter of Robert and Phoebe Johnston McRobbie. Wife of Frank T. Bonney. Children: Ivonne E, Essie W, Norma M, Norena F, Theresa, and Eugene E.

ID# 420

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Alice L. Bootle

1853 – July 17, 1890 Wife of William Dennis Bootle Plot: L

Note: Age 37 yrs., 7 mos., 19 days. Wife of William D. Bootle.

ID# 421

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William Dennis Bootle

1852 – December 14, 1900 Husband of Alice L. Bootle Plot: L

Newspaper Obituary – December 27, 1900 Sandy Creek News – Entered Into Rest – Bootle – In Sandy Creek, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1900, Wm Dennis Bootle, aged 48 years.

ID# 422

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Fred Borthwick

March 5, 1879 – February, 1964 Plot: Q

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ID# 423

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Kittie Brewer Borthwick

1885 – December 11, 1914 Daughter of Perley E. and Louise Brewer Plot: B

Sandy Creek news., December 17, 1914, Page 5, Image 5

Sandy Creek news., December 17, 1914, Page 8, Image 8

ID# 424

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A. Malvina Boss

unknown – April 10, 1899 Wife of Jerome Boss

Inscription:

His Wife Aged 66yrs, 6 mos.

ID# 425

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Hannah Boss

unknown – August 18, 1879

Note: On same stone as Jerome & Malvina Boss (parents?)

ID# 426

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Jerome Boss

unknown – June 2, 1880

Inscription:

Aged 62yrs

ID# 427

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Julia Boss

unknown – September 8, 1874

Note: on same stone as Jerome & Malvina (parents?)

ID# 428

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Burt J. Bostwick

1889 – 1956 Husband of Gladys A. Bostwick

ID# 429

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Gladys A. Bostwick

1895 – unknown Wife of Burt J. Bostwick

ID# 430

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Edward J. Bourget

October 13, 1915 – December 20, 2009

ID# 431

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Lena H. Bourget

April 13, 1923 – December 18, 2006 Plot: T

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Lena H. Bourget, 83, of 40 Sandy Pond Inlet, died Monday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown.

She was a supervisor for Crossman Seed Co. in East Rochester until her retirement in 1983.

Born April 13, 1923, in Champlain, daughter of William and Helen LaValley Rivers, she attended Champlain schools.

She married Edward J. Bourget on Dec. 28, 1940, in Rochester. The couple moved to Sandy Creek after retirement.

Mrs. Bourget was an avid reader and was a member and past president of the Brown Millard Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary 3250 in East Rochester.

Surviving besides her husband are two daughters and sons-in-law, Linda and William Penimore, Morrisville, Pa., and Barbara and Charles Nause, Charlotte, N.C.; a twin sister, Ida LaCount, Champlain, five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

A sister, Gladys Perna, died before her.

The funeral will be at 6 p.m. Thursday at Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. Linda Taber officiating. A spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ID# 432

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Harry L. Boutell

1896 – unknown Plot: E

ID# 433

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Maureen Ann McGuane Bownell

September 8, 1952 – October 27, 2013

Maureen Ann Brownell, 61, of Sandy Creek, passed away Sunday at home after a battle with Leukemia. Born Sept. 8, 1952 in Fulton, NY, daughter of the late Edward and Bridget LaBoda McGuane. She was a retired high school mathematics teacher from Sandy Creek Central School. She is survived by her husband of 43 years, Douglas Brownell; her children, Meagan (Derrick) Koes of Pelham, NH, Kristen Miller and fiance (Craig Tyrrell and Allison Tyrrell) of Oswego, Michael Douglas Brownell of Sandy Creek; her grandchildren, Ryan and Evan Koes of Pelhim, NH. Predeceased by her brother, Michael McGuane in 1971. Funeral Mass will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Christ Our Light Catholic Church in Pulaski with Rev. john Canorro officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Calling Hours: Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at Summerville Funeral Home in Sandy Creek, NY. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Upstate Cancer Center, 750 E. Adams St., Syracuse, NY 13210 or Woodlawn Cemetery Association, P.O. Box 178, Sandy Creek, NY 13145.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Oct. 28 to Oct. 29, 2013

ID# 434

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Nellie E. Boyd

1863 – 1924 Wife of Peter E. Boyd Plot: A

ID# 435

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Peter E. Boyd

1873 – 1937 Plot: A

ID# 436

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Ida M. Williams Brading

April 10, 1858 – January 21, 1928 Wife of Thomas E. Brading Plot: B

Sandy Creek news., January 26, 1928, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 437

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Robert Brading

1892 – January 18, 1910 Son of Thomas E. & Ida Brading Plot: B

Sandy Creek news., January 20, 1910, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 438

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Thomas E. Brading

1857 – unknown Plot: B

ID# 439

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Alice H. Bradway

1860 – 1933 Plot: F

ID# 440

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Ruth Bradway

unknown – September 11, 1880 Wife of Orrin P. Bradway Plot: F

Note: Age 61 yrs. Wife of Orrin P. Bradway.

ID# 441

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Harry G. Bratt

1901 – 1959 Plot: N

ID# 442

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Hazel S. Snyder Bratt

1900 – unknown Plot: N

ID# 443

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J. Edward Bratt

1921 – unknown Plot: N

ID# 444

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Joseph A. Bremm

1905 – 1987 Plot: U

Name: Joseph Bremm

State of Issue: New York

Date of Birth: Monday July 03, 1905

Date of Death: September 1978

Est. Age at Death: 73 years, 2 months

Last known residence:

City: LaconaBoylstonSmartville

County: Oswego

State: New York

ID# 445

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Kenneth Bremm

July 12, 1950 – November 30, 1964 Plot: U

Sandy Creek news., December 03, 1964, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 446

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Rose S. Bremm

1913 – 1994 Wife of Joseph A. Bremm Plot: U

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, March 19, 1994

Rose T. Bremm, 80, Bremm Road, died at 6 a.m. Friday at her home, where she was under the care of Oswego County Hospice.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Frances Church with the Rev. Anthony Keeffe officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, where the Rosary will be recited at 8:45 p.m. Sunday.

Surviving are five sons, Paul, Charles and Thomas, all of Lacona, Joseph, Arcata, Calif., and Donald, Trinidad, Calif; a stepdaughter, Catherine Bremm, Albany; a sister, Helen Ketz, Frankfort; a brother, John Swinegar, Albany; 12 grandchildren; a great-grandchild and a great-great-grandchild.

A son, Kenneth, died in 1964 at the age of 14.

Born Oct. 19, 1913, in Bayonne, N.J., daughter of Joseph and Anna Yakcupsack Swinegar, she was educated in New Jersey and married Joseph A. Bremm April 28, 1935, in St. Joseph’s Church, Bayonne. The couple lived in Albany before moving to Lacona in 1952.

Mr. Bremm, a retired employee of the Carrier Corp., Syracuse, died in 1978.

Mrs. Bremm was a communicant of St. Frances Church and a member of its Altar and Rosary Society.

ID# 447

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Ethel Brennan

1897 – 1977 Plot: F

ID# 448

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George Brennan

July 12, 1890 – December 22, 1963

ID# 449

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Lori Marie Brennan

November 2, 1961 – December 30, 1963

Lori Marie Brennan

SANDY CREEK — Lori Marie Brennan, two, daughter of Richard and Rose Pendergast Brennan, of Sandy Creek, died Monday evening. She had been in failing health since her birth Nov. 2. 1961, in Watertown hospital.

Surviving with her parents are three brothers; Timothy, Michael and Richard, and a sister, Valerie.

Funeral services will be held Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Francis Xavier Catholic church in Altmar, with the Rev. Thomas J. Murphy, pastor of St. John’s church, Pulaski, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery in the spring.

Friends may call at the Weston and Woodard funeral home Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Source: The Palladium Times, Dec 31, 1963

ID# 450

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Douglas R. Brewer

November 2, 1922 – June 20, 1966 Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., June 23, 1966, Page 16, Image 16

ID# 451

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Gertrude E. Brewer

November 1, 1880 – October 23, 1942 Plot: M

Sandy Creek news., October 28, 1942, Page 2, Image 2

ID# 452

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Hattie J. Brewer

May 15, 1862 – March 2, 1938 Plot: M

Newspaper Obituary – March 10, 1938 Sandy Creek News – Miss Hattie J. Brewer – Miss Hattie J. Brewer, 75, died at her home in Lacona, March 2, 1938, following an illness of two and one half months, after she suffered a paralytic stroke. The daughter of Jay and Kate Borthwick Brewer, She was born May 15, 1862, near Syracuse. For many years she and her mother resided and conducted a candy store in a small building just to the south of the California block, the entire row of stores being destroyed in the big fire of 1912. Since that time she had followed her trade in dressmaking, residing in various places in Sandy Creek and Lacona, for the past several years making her home in an apartment at the residence of Mrs. Rose Rounds. Following a prayer service at her home, funeral services were held Saturday afternoon from the Baptist church of which she was a member. They were conducted by Rev. B. A. Walton, her former pastor, now of Camden assisted by Rev. F. Dwight Binn, local Baptist pastor. She is survived by one brother, Perle F. Brewer, Watertown; two nephews, Raymond and Clifford Brewer of Lacona, and a niece, Mrs. Eva Grant of Messena. Miss Brewer was the happy possessor of a cheerful disposition, and a host of friends and neighbors will mourn her passing.

ID# 453

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James H. Brewer

January 10, 1858 – March 30, 1920 Plot: E

Newspaper Obituary – April 1, 1920 Sandy Creek News – James H. Brewer – “Thou shalt surely die.” is the sentence pronounced upon the human family, a long while ago and this sentence has never failed to execution. It matters not how long, well or good one lives, the even we call death must inevitably come and all must yield sooner or later to the call of mortality. Thus James H. Brewer had to succumb to the inevitable Tuesday, evening, March 30, at his home in Richland, N. Y. A few weeks ago he suffered from a stroke of paralysis, which eventually proved fatal. He was born in Sandy Creek, Jan 10, 1858, being a son of Levi and Sally Harmon Brewer. He left his native town in his young manhood for the West, where most of his life was spent. About six years ago he returned East, and was employed by the American Express Company at Richland. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Florence Nichols, Adams Center; Mrs. Augusta Sprague, Richland; and Mrs. Newton Howe, Sandy Creek; also by one brother John Brewer of Adams. The funeral services was held at the home of his sister, Mrs. Howe, at Sandy Creek, Thursday afternoon, April 1, Rev. T. T. Davies officiating. Interment in the family lot at Woodlawn cemetery. The departed was industrious in his habits and faithful in the perfomance of duties imposed upon him. At the time of his departure, he was a member in good standing of the Masonic fraternity in Colorado.

ID# 454

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Kate Borthworth Brewer

August 15, 1838 – January 27, 1900 Plot: M

Newspaper Obituary – Thursday, February 1, 1900 Sandy Creek News – Mrs. Kate Brewer – After an extended illness of several weeks Mrs. Kate Brewer passed away at her home in this village last Saturday from gastric fever. Mrs. Brewer was born in London, England, August 15, 1838, her maiden name being Kate Borthwick. Of her immediate family three brothers living in New York survives. July 18, 1858 she was married to Jay Brewer, who with two sons Perley and Percy and one daughter, Hattie, survive their mother. Rev. E. F. Maine officiated at the funeral which was held Tuesday. Mrs. Brewer was a quiet unassuming lady and for many years has conducted a confectionery business in this town in the Brewer block.

ID# 455

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Levi Brewer

1815 – February 13, 1876 Plot: E

Note: Age 61 yrs., 6 mos., 26 days.

ID# 456

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Louise Helmer Brewer

1866 – 1911 Wife of Perley E. Brewer Plot: B

ID# 457

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Nina Brewer

1921 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 458

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Percy J. Brewer

1877 – 1935 Plot: M

ID# 459

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Perley F. Brewer

1858 – November 23, 1949 Plot: B

Sandy Creek news., December 01, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

ID# 460

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Sally Harmon Brewer

1820 – June 2, 1879 Wife of Levi Brewer Plot: E

Note: Age 59 yrs., 5 mos., 21 days. Wife of Levi Brewer.

ID# 461

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Andrew S. Briggs

August 24, 1823 – October 15, 1906

ID# 462

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Arthur C. Briggs

1925 – 1998

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, January 22, 1998

Arthur C. Briggs, 72, of 6387 Route 11, died at 10:20 a.m. Wednesday at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, where he was admitted Jan. 15.

Mr. Briggs was a dairy farmer in Lorraine and later worked at Krakau’s Implements, Sandy Creek, from 1977 to 1984, when he retired because of ill health.

Born Aug. 20, 1925, in New Bremen, a son of Bertron and Mildred Arthur Briggs, he attended Boonville High School and worked on the family farm at Glenfield.

He married Inez I. Davis on Nov. 8, 1947, at Glenfield. The couple owned and operated a dairy farm in Lorraine, moving to Mannsville in 1976. They moved to their present home Feb. 1, 1980.

Surviving besides his wife are four sons, Gerald F., Utica, Thomas A., Sandy Creek, James M., Woodville, and Neil C., Camden; a daughter, Mrs. John (Penny) Britton, Adams; a brother, Donald F., Rome, 11 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

A brother, Richard H., died Sept. 26, 1993.

The funeral is tentatively set for 11 a.m. Saturday at Carpenter-Stoodley Funeral Home, Belleville. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 463

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Inez L. Briggs

1930 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 464

FindAGrave Memorial# 120379582

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Ira Briggs

unknown – January 29, 1903

ID# 465

FindAGrave Memorial# 115396285

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James B. Briggs

January 25, 1787 – March 10, 1854 Son of Gideon and Abigal Blake Briggs

Inscription:

Aged 67 years

ID# 466

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642055

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Martha Briggs

February 4, 1810 – October 21, 1890 Wife of Norman C. Briggs Plot: A

ID# 467

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Minerva H. Briggs

unknown – August 2, 1851 Daughter of Norman Carpenter Briggs

Inscription:

Daughter of NC & M. Briggs, Aged 9 years

ID# 468

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642056

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Norman Carpenter Briggs

January 3, 1808 – July 8, 1879 Husband of Martha Briggs Plot: A

ID# 469

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Phoebe C. Bradley Briggs

November 24, 1860 – December 6, 1898

ID# 470

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642057

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Thomas A. Briggs

1954 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 471

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642058

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Edith Pearl “Pearl” Brinklow

May 4, 1895 – July 12, 1951 Plot: R

The Pulaski Democrat., July 19, 1951, Page 6, Image 6

Sandy Creek news., July 12, 1951, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 472

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642059

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Hannah Daly Brinklow

1857 – 1930 Wife of William Brinklow Plot: L

ID# 473

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William Brinklow

1854 – 1926 Husband of Hannah Daly Brinklow Plot: L

ID# 474

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Johann J. Brosch

August 5, 1912 – February 10, 1986

ID# 475

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Klaus Brosch

unknown – October 18, 2009 Son of Johann J. and Stefani Brosch

Klaus Brosch, 55, of Sandy Creek. Funeral: 8 p.m. Wednesday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Calling Hours: 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, prior to the service, at the funeral home. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. Contribtuions: Friends of Oswego County Hospice, PO Box 102, Oswego, NY 13126.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard on October 20, 2009

ID# 476

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Stefani Brosch

December 26, 1922 – November 17, 2008 Wife of Johann J. Brosch

Stefani Brosch, 85, of Ellisburg St., Sandy Creek, died Monday, November 17, 2008 at VanDuyn Home & Hospital, Syracuse. Born December 26, 1922 in Romania. Married, July 29, 1950 in Germany to Johann J. Brosch. They came to Sandy Creek in 1956 under the sponsorship of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church. Mr. Brosch, a master craftsman, died February 10, 1986. Mrs. Brosch was a housekeeper for many years for several prominent families in Sandy Creek. She was a member of Sandy Creek Methodist Church. Survived by four sons, Gerhardt (Diane) Brosch, Scott (Nancy) Brosch, Klaus Brosch of Sandy Creek and Thomas (Linda) Brosch of Oswego; two daughters, Rita (Wayne) Beaver, Ashland, OH and Carol (Ronald) LaRock of Lacona; a stepdaughter, Sylvia (Wofgang) Rigol of Twinsburg, OH; two sisters and one brother in Germany; eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by a stepson, Florine. Funeral Service: Friday, 10 a.m., Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Calling Hours: Thursday, 5 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions to Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, PO Box 158, Sandy Creek, NY 13145.

Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 11/19/2008

ID# 477

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642061

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Jennie Powers Brothers

1865 – March 7, 1941 Wife of Silas L. Brothers Plot: N

Sandy Creek news., March 19, 1941, Page 6, Image 6

ID# 478

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642062

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Silas Lyman Brothers

1856 – December, 1926 Plot: N

ID# 479

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642063

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Anna R. Brown

1878 – 1952 Plot: B

ID# 480

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642064

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Arthur Albert Brown

March 14, 1903 – February 3, 1970 Plot: O

ID# 481

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642065

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Clyde C. Brown

1925 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 482

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642066

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Cornelia T. W. Brown

July 1, 1841 – February 20, 1915 Plot: L

ID# 483

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Dollie L. Brown

1853 – 1931 Plot: B

ID# 484

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Elliot H. Brown

1857 – 1950 Plot: Q

ID# 485

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Fanna C. “Fannie” Kiblin Brown

July 28, 1861 – June 5, 1890

KIBLIN—In Sandy Creek, N.Y. June 5th, 1890. Mrs. Fannie C. Kiblin, aged 29 years. The funeral was held at the residence of her father, Asa S. Brown, of Sandy Creek

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Obituary.

Mrs. Fanna Kiblin Brown was born in Sandy Creek, N.Y., July 28, 1861, and died in Sandy Creek, N.Y., June 5, 1890, aged 29 years. Mrs. Kiblin was one of seven children born to Asa and Sylvina A. Brown. The names of the children respectively, according to age areas follows, viz.: Delmatia M., Eva I., Fanna O., Frank E., Charles 0., Ann J;, and Vina E. The last named, Vina E,, died some two years since; leaving a beautiful testimony of divine grace to support even in the arms of death. Mrs. Kiblin, therefore take a second member of othis family who has passed to the home above. She had been suffering from failing health for nearly two years, alternating between hope and fear, sometimes thinking she was better and hopeful of recovery, then doubtful as to whether she would live to see her little family grown to womanhood.

She was married to Mr. Stillman Kiblin, Feb. 11, 1881, and now the nine short year’s of wedded life have come to an end, leaving a lonely husband, two little girls aged seven and five years, without the care of a mother, besides father and mother, brothers and sisters and many friends in sorrow and tears.

Mrs. Kiblin had not neglected the provision requisite to secure the favor of heaven and eternal life. She found peace with her Maker and assurance Of hope about eight years ago, under the pastoral labors of the Rev. J.B. Hammond, and received the sacrament of Christian baptism and gave her name to the church, and dial not lose sight of that Saviour who gave his life for her, and who gave her triumphant victory even in death. The living sorrow, but the dead are at rest in peace.

June 16, 1890.

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 19, 1890

ID# 486

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Fayette Brown

1853 – 1930

First wife was Izora Howe, Second wife was Stella Howe (Izora’s sister).

ID# 487

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Ferrendez J Brown

November 22, 1853 – January 30, 1937 Husband of Leanora Cook Brown

Sandy Creek News, February 4, 1937

Ferrendez J Brown

Ferrendez J Brown, 83, one of the oldest residents of Sandy Creek, died January 30, 1937 at Marcy Hospital where he had been a patient for several months. Death resulted from hardening of the arteries and advanced age.

Mr. Brown was born in the town of Ellisburg, near Mannsville, on November 22, 1853, his parents being Ferrendez and Catherine (Sherman) Brown. His father was a practicing physician in Mannsville where he died at the age of 42, as a result of smallpox., contracted from a patient for whom he had been called in consultation by another doctor.

F. J. Brown spent the greater part of his life as a farmer, although as a young man he was a butcher and after he retired from farming and moved to this village about 20 years ago he was employed as a carpenter and mason.

February 15, 1870 he was married to Miss Leanora Cook, daughter of Isaac and (Cadwell) Cook, their life together being spent in Mannsville and Sandy Creek. Four children were born to them, Orin I, Sadie E. , Anna R., and Howard F. Brown. Mrs. Brown died in Sandy Creek March 1, 1931.

Mr. Brown is survived by one son, Orin I. Brown and a daughter Miss Anna R. Brown, both of Sandy Creek, and by six grandchildren, Lee Weaver of Sandy Creek; Mrs. Laura White of Michigan; Mrs. Bessie White of Oswego; Gerald Brown of Adams, Harold Brown of Rochester and Mrs. Glenn Chamberlain of Lacona, and by several grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at his late home on East First Street Tuesday afternoon, Rev. J. Lawrence Cushing, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating. He was assisted by Rev. T. T. Davies, Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery , Sandy Creek.

ID# 488

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Frederick O. Brown

1870 – 1942 Plot: G

ID# 489

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Gladys Ouderkirk Brown

October 26, 1899 – October 8, 1972 Daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Nora Belle Reynolds Ouderkirk

Lawrence Ouderkirk received word of the death Sunday, Oct. 8 of his sister, Mrs. Gladys Ouderkirk Brown at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, Utica, after a lingering illness. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at that time. Burial was to be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Mrs. Brown and her late husband, Hobart Brown, formerly owned a summer camp on the Maxwell tract, South Pond. Surviving in addition to her brother Lawrence Ouderkirk is another brother Lansing Quderkirk of Marcy, and nieces and nephews

Source: Sandy Creek News, 1972

ID# 490

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Gussie E. Brown

1892 – 1961 Plot: P

ID# 491

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Harriet C. Brown

1884 – 1940 Plot: Q

ID# 492

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642072

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Harriet D. Brown

1864 – 1935 Plot: Q

ID# 493

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642073

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Herbert L. Brown

1882 – 1962 Plot: Q

ID# 494

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Hobart A. Brown

1896 – 1960 Plot: R

ID# 495

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Howard F. Brown

1880 – 1910 Plot: B

ID# 496

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Ida Ackley Brown

1855 – 1932 Wife of Lamont N. Brown Plot: Q

ID# 497

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Izora Howe Brown

1856 – November 4, 1917 Daughter of Nathan and Lany Widrig Howe, Wife of Fayette Brown

MRS. FAYETTE BROWN

What is death? It is simply unloosening of the cables, the drifting of ship from anchorage into the open sea, in guest of a haven of peace and rest. Death is the gate of life. Life is a dream and death an awakening. Viewing death in that light enables us to look upon the departure of loved ones with a feeling of reconcilation and to say in our hearts, “Not our will, but Thine be done.”

Mrs. Fayette Brown passed out into the life immortal Sunday afternoon, Nov 4, at her home on Railroad Street, after two years of suffering caused by paralysis. She was born in the town of Ellisburg April 10, 1856 being the daughter of Nathan and Lany (Widrig) Howe. Her paternal grand-father, Elias Howe located in this town in 1804, migrating here from Augusta, Oneida Co., and her father’s oldest sister, Polly, who became the wife of Pardon Earl was the second white child born in Sandy Creek. She was united in marriage to Fayette Brown in 1877, who survives her. The first five years of their married life were spent in Mannsville, the remainder have been spent in this town. One child, Leah, blessed their union, who passed away five years ago, at an age when her companionship and help meant so much in the home circle. The motherly heart never fully recovered from the loss sustained by the untimely death of her only child, Leah.

Besides her husband she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Jay Mareness and Miss Estelle Howe, both residing in Sandy Creek and who lovingly and tenderly cared for her during the weary days and sleepless nights of her suffering.

Her funeral service was held at her late home Wednesday, Nov. 7. Rev. T.T. Davies officiating, interment in the family lot at Woodlawn cemetery.

The floral tributes from sorrowing friends were many and beautiful.

The departed was refined and highly intellectual, well read and interested herself in things worth while. In her early life she taught school with marked success and the studious habits of her girlhood days never left her. She was a valued member of the Wednesday club and of the Home Department of the Congregational Sunday School. Her words of council and the inspiration of her presence will be missed by those who had learned to love her.

“One more at home

That home Where separation cannot be—

That home whence none is missed eternally—

Lord Jesus, grant us all a place with Thee

At home in Heaven.”

Source: Sandy Creek News, Nov 8, 1917

ID# 498

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642077

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John H. Brown

1878 – 1951 Plot: O

ID# 499

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John W. Brown

unknown – April 26, 1895 Plot: O

Note: Age 49 yrs

ID# 500

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L. D’Etta Brown

1866 – 1941 Plot: G

ID# 501

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Lamont N. Brown

1855 – 1934 Plot: Q

ID# 502

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Leah S. Brown

1887 – 1912 Daughter of Fayette and Izora Howe Brown

ID# 503

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Leonora Cook Brown

April 16, 1853 – March 1, 1931

MRS. LEONORA COOK BROWN

Mrs. Leonora Cook Brown, wife of F.J. Brown, passed away at her home in Sandy Creek March 1, 1931.

She was born, April 16, 1853 in Mannsville, N.Y., her parents being Isaac and Rhobie Caldwell Cook. Her early life was spent in the vicinitiy of Mannsville and she was educated in the schools of that place.

February 15, 1873, she was united in marriage to F.J. Brown, son of Ferrendez and Catherine Brown, their life together being spent at Mannsville and Sandy Creek. Four children were born to them, Olin I, Sadie E., Anna R. and Howard F.

Funeral services were held on March 3 at her home in Sandy Creek. Rev. F. Fennen of the Baptist Church officiated, assisted Rev. T.T. Davies, pastor of the Congregational Church. Burial was made in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Mrs. Brown is survived by her husband, a son, Orin I. Brown, and a daughter, Miss Anna B. Brown.

She was of a quiet, home loving nature and her loss will be most keenly felt. She was a member of the Baptist Church. She had been in poor health for some time, having been confined to her home for several months and her bed the greater part of the time since last September.

Source: Sandy Creek News, March 5, 1931

ID# 504

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Marion Brown

unknown – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 505

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642082

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Nellie Brown

1878 – 1934 Plot: O

ID# 506

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Nettie N. Brown

1876 – 1938 Wife of Oren I. Brown Plot: K

ID# 507

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Orin J. Brown

September 10, 1873 – August 12, 1949 Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., August 18, 1949, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 508

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Pauline C. Brown

1891 – 1990 Wife of Gussie E. Brown Plot: P

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Saturday, November 3, 1990

Services for Pauline C. Brown, 99, a former Sandy Creek resident who died Thursday at Samaritan Keep Home, Watertown, will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Summerville Funeral Home. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 8192 Harwood Drive.

A native of Rome, Mrs. Brown also lived in Ilion before moving to Sandy Creek. Her husband, Gussie, died in 1961. Mrs. Brown retired from Remington Arms in Ilion.

Mrs. Brown was a member of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, Lake Ontario Chapter 124, OES, and Sandy Creek Grange 127.

Surviving are a son, Willard L. of Lacona; a daughter, Marion Doukas of Beaumont, Texas; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

ID# 509

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Stella Howe Brown

1858 – 1943 Wife of Fayette Brown

ID# 510

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Theresa Birchenough Brown

1929 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 511

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Wanda L. Brown

1955 – 1964 Plot: P

ID# 512

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Wesley L. Brown

1954 – 1964 Plot: P

ID# 513

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Willard L. Brown

1928 – unknown Plot: P

ID# 514

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William L. “Bill” Brown

unknown – April 27, 2007

78, of 1516 Co. Rte. 15, Lacona, NY, passed away Friday. Services: 11 a.m. Monday in Pilgrim Holiness Church, Rte. 11, Pierrepont Manor, NY, with the Revs. Perry Case and Warren Babcock officiating.

ID# 515

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Glenn J. Brownell

1919 – 1976 Husband of Marion L. Brownell

ID# 516

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Marion L. Brownell

1923 – 1998 Wife of Glen J. Brownell

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, June 8, 1998

Marion Prince Brownell, 74, of 6183 N. Main St., died Sunday at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, where she had been a patient since May 13.

Born July 6, 1923, in Rochester, daughter of Melfort and Mildred Luscink Prince, she graduated from Rochester schools.

She married Glenn J. Brownell on May 15, 1943, in Rochester. The couple moved to to Sandy Creek in 1950. Mr. Brownell died March 16, 1976.

Mrs. Brownell was a member of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, Lake Ontario Chapter 124, Order of the Eastern Star, and the Sandy Creek Coterie Club.

Surviving are two sons, Douglas T., Sandy Creek, and Gordon J., Oswego; three daughters, Mrs. Ray (Gail) Pennock, Lacona, Mrs. Wilcox “Bill” (Kimberly) Rowell, Sandy Creek, and Mrs. Richard (Kathy) Rinefierd, Clay; a brother, Frederick Prince, Rochester; two sisters, Lillian Crowther, Rochester, and Eleanor Martin, Sodus Point, 11 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Sandy Creek United Methodist Church with the Rev. Roger Bell, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ID# 517

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Maureen Ann McGuane Brownell

September 8, 1952 – October 27, 2013

Maureen Ann (McGuane) Brownell, 61, of Sandy Creek, passed away Sunday, October 27, 2013 at home after a battle with Leukemia.

Born September 8, 1952 in Fulton, NY. Daughter of the late Edward & Bridget LaBoda McGuane. She graduated from G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton and Oswego State. She received her accounting degree from Jefferson Community College in December of 2011. Maureen retired from teaching high school mathematics at Sandy Creek Central School in June 2012 after 33 years of service. She loved spending time at her camp on Sandy Pond.

She is survived by her husband of 43 years, Douglas Brownell; her Children, Meagan (Derrick) Koes of Pelham, N.H., Kristen Miller and Fiancé (Craig Tyrrell and Allison Tyrrell) of Oswego and Michael Douglas Brownell of Sandy Creek; her grandchildren, Ryan and Evan Koes of Pelham, NH. She is predeceased by a brother Michael McGuane in 1971.

Funeral Mass will be held at 11 AM Thursday at Christ Our Light Catholic Church in Pulaski with Rev. John Canorro officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 518

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Geraldine E. Bubel

October 10, 1917 – May 17, 2009

Geraldine E. Bubel, age 91, resident of Pulaski, died Sunday at the Syracuse Home in Baldwinsville. Geraldine was born October 10, 1917 in Rochester, the daughter of Emerson and Rose Miller Grimshaw. She resided in Sandy Creek from 1954 until 1997. Geraldine moved to Pulaski in 1997, she had also lived in Ellisburgh and Largo, FL. She graduated from Rochester High School in 1935. Geraldine married Henry Bubel, January 18, 1936, he died November 23, 1998. She and her husband owned and operated Bubel’s Sandy Pond Inlet Marina for 23 years. She was a member of the Sandy Creek Order of the Eastern Star. Surviving: two sons, Hank (Sharon) Bubel of Syracuse and Larry (Rachael) Bubel of Chicago; one daughter, Gail Pearl of Pulaski; one sister, Lorraine Heinsbergen of California, and 11 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. She is predeceased by one daughter, Marilyn Matthews who died January, 2009. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Friday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Calling hours will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Donations may be made to the Syracuse Home Association Foundation, Inc., 7740 Meigs Road, Baldwinsville, NY 13027.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard on 5/20/2009

ID# 519

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Henry O. Bubel

1916 – 1998 Plot: T

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, November 25, 1998

Henry O. Bubel, 81, South Landing, died Monday at Genesis HealthCare, Watertown.

Mr. Bubel lived at Rochester until 1954, at Sandy Creek from 1954 to 1977 and at Largo, Fla., from 1977 until moving to Ellisburg in 1992.

He operated Bubel’s Sandy Pond Inlet marina for 23 years and was a floral distributor and decorator for Sibley’s and McCurdy’s in Rochester. He also owned a secondhand-furniture store in Rochester for many years.

He was a member of Sandy Creek Masonic Lodge, Shriners Media Temple, Watertown, the Society for the Preservation and Education of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, the Islander Chorus, Watertown, and the Sun Coast Chorus, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Born Dec. 4, 1916, in Rochester, son of Albert and Catherine Nau Bubel, he attended Holy Family School and West High School, both in Rochester.

He married Geraldine Grimshaw on Jan. 18, 1936.

Surviving besides his wife are two daughters, Gail A. Pearl, Pulaski, and Marilyn B. Matthews, Ellisburg; two sons, Henry L., Syracuse, and Lawrence H., Chicago, Ill.; 11 grandchildren and a great-grandson.

The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, with the Rev. Douglas Decker, pastor of St. Cecilia’s Church, Adams, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 520

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Elizabeth M. Buchanan

1869 – 1945 Wife of William Buchanan Plot: H

ID# 521

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Harry R. Buchanan

1897 – July 18, 1909 Plot: H

The Pulaski Democrat., July 21, 1909, Page 1, Image 1

Sandy Creek news., July 22, 1909, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 522

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John Buchanan

unknown – 1910 Son of William and Mary Ann Herrick Buchanan

Inscription:

Co.B. 35th? NY Vol.

Note: Civil War Vet

ID# 523

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William Buchanan

unknown – June, 1933 Son of John and Eliza Buchanan

The body of William Buchanan of Watertown was brought to Woodlawn cemetery last Thursday for interment. Mr. Buchanan’s father preceded Mr. Raymond here as shoemaker

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 22, 1933

ID# 524

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642093

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Earl A. Buck

1912 – 1985 Plot: S

ID# 525

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642094

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Helen Joyner Buck

1919 – 1968 Wife of Earl A. Buck Plot: S

ID# 526

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Myrtle Buck

1878 – 1968 Plot: L

ID# 527

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Rev. Albert E. Budd

1879 – 1962 Plot: U

ID# 528

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642096

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Parepa L. Budd

1889 – 1995 Wife of Rev. Albert E. Budd Plot: U

ID# 529

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George Buell

unknown – October 21, 1884 Plot: F

Note: Age 67 yrs., 7 mos., 12 days.

ID# 530

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Olin Farrington Buell

May 5, 1847 – February 5, 1911 Plot: F

Sandy Creek news., February 09, 1911, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 531

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Olive Cornelia Harris Buell

January 19, 1846 – October 13, 1896 Daughter of Arial and Emily Harris, Wife of Olin F. Buell Plot: F

Sandy Creek news., October 29, 1896, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 532

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Percy Buell

unknown – unknown Plot: F

ID# 533

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642102

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Salome W. Buell

1829 – June, 1903 Wife of George Buell Plot: F

Sandy Creek news., June 25, 1903, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 534

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Sarah Buell

unknown – January 21, 1878 Wife of George Buell Plot: F

Note: Age 55 yrs., 6 mos., 23 days. Wife of George Buell.

ID# 535

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Willie Buell

unknown – unknown Plot: F

ID# 536

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Frances M. Seeley Bulkley

April 5, 1838 – April 15, 1912 Wife of J. Lyman Bulkley Plot: H

Sandy Creek news., April 18, 1912, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 537

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Justus Lyman Bulkley

August 20, 1832 – July, 1909 Plot: H

Sandy Creek news., July 15, 1909, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 538

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Carrie J. Taylor Bumpus

1862 – 1916 Wife of Fred Bumpus

ID# 539

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Elon Galusha Bumpus

1826 – 1903 Husband of Justina C. Sprague

ENTERED INTO REST

BUMPUS-In Sandy Creek, N.Y., October 18, Elon G..Bumpus, aged 77 years

Source: Sandy Creek News, 1902

ID# 540

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Emmett Bumpus

1868 – 1950 Husband of Nora M. Moore Bumpus

ID# 541

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Fred Bumpus

1859 – 1942 Husband of Carrie J. Taylor Bumpus

ID# 542

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Justina C. Sprague Bumpus

1834 – 1904

MRS, JUSTINA BUMPUS.

Mrs. Bumpus, who has been in very poor health for several years, and who, since the death of her husband, E.G. Bumpus, who died October 12 last, has resided with Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Edgett passed away Wednesday morning. She was the daughter of Ichahod and Hulduh Sprague and was one of twelve children, of whom five survive. Only one, Ward Sprague, living in this town. Of the others one resides in St. Lawrence county and the others in the west. She was born near Gouverneur in St. Lawrence county, but when about ten years of age, her parents moved to this town, where she grew to womanhood. Nearly fifty years ago she was married to E. Galusha Bumpus and to them were born four children, three of whom survive their parents, Mrs. Delos Carpenter, Fred and Emmett Bumpus, of this town. For several years after their marriage they resided in the southern part of the county and then went west for a short time, when they again returned and bought the place now owned by Emmett Bumpus, where they resided until a few years ago, when they removed to the village. Mrs. Bumpus was a member of the Methodist church.

The funeral was held from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgett at two o’clock today, her pastor, Rev. A. Brumley, officiating.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 4 1904

ID# 543

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Nora M. Moore Bumpus

1872 – 1940 Wife of Emmett Bumpus

ID# 544

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Calista Baldwin Burch

1841 – 1921 Wife of Calvin P. Burch

ID# 545

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Calvin B. Burch

1864 – 1915

ID# 546

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Capt Calvin P Burch

unknown – June 18, 1861

ID# 547

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Calvin P. Burch

1835 – 1864 Plot: C

ID# 548

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Gertrude Dunn Burch

1867 – 1935

ID# 549

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Clare K. Burke

October 13, 1929 – April 16, 1994 Wife of Howard E. Burke Plot: U

Name: Clare K. Burke

State of Issue: New York

Date of Birth: Sunday October 13, 1929

Date of Death: April 1994

Est. Age at Death: 64 years, 6 months

Last known residence:

City: PulaskiFernwoodPort Ontario

County: Oswego

ID# 550

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Howard E. Burke

September 5, 1931 – July 25, 1991 Plot: U

ID# 551

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Mae Woods Burkhard

1918 – 2004 Wife of Niles G. Burkhard Plot: T

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, July 25, 2004

Mae E. Burkhard, 85, Creekside Apartments, 6216 Route 11, died Saturday at her home.

Mrs. Burkhard and her husband, Niles G. “Burky,” owned and operated Burky’s Groceteria from 1951 to 1976.

She was a member of the auxiliaries of Pulaski American Legion and Cable Trail Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8534, Lacona, and of Lowville Rebekah Lodge.

Born July 26, 1918, in Massena, daughter of Harlow and Marjorie Dunkleburg Woods, she graduated in 1937 from DeKalb High School.

She married Mr. Burkhard on Nov. 25, 1937, at the DeKalb Junction Methodist parsonage. They lived in DeKalb and Lowville before moving to Sandy Creek in 1951. He died Nov. 8, 1998.

Surviving are two daughters and their husbands, Patricia and Ralph Miller, Mannsville, and Nileene and Earl Wart, Geneva; 10 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

A son, John H., died in an auto accident Nov. 26, 1985. Two brothers, Everett and Robert Woods, also died before her.

A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Woodlawn Cemetery with the Rev. Wayne Grow, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating.

ID# 552

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Niles G. Burkhard

1915 – 1998 Plot: T

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, November 9, 1998

Niles G. “Burky” Burkhard, 83, of 7212 County Route 17, died Sunday at his home.

Born June 19, 1915, in New Breman, son of John and Sarah Terrillion Burkhard, he was educated in Lowville schools.

He married Mae Elizabeth Woods on Nov. 25, 1937, at the Methodist parsonage in Dekalb Junction. The couple lived in Dekalb Junction and in Lowville before moving to Sandy Creek in 1951.

They owned and operated Burky’s Grocerteria in Sandy Creek from 1951 to 1976.

Mr. Burkhard was previously a bricklayer and mason with his father and brother in Lowville and was a member of the Oswego Mason’s Union, retiring in 1976 when he and his wife moved to Lacona.

Mr. Burkhard was a military police officer in the Army from 1935 to 1937 and then served in the Navy during World War II from June 20, 1944, to Oct. 26, 1945.

He was a 45-year member of Cable Trail Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8534, and was a member of Robert Edwards American Legion Post 358, Pulaski. He was also a member of the Disabled American Veterans and a communicant of St. Francis Catholic Church.

Surviving besides his wife are two daughters, Nileene Wart, Penfield, and Patricia Miller, Mannsville; 10 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.

A son, John H. Burkhard, died in an automobile accident on Nov. 26, 1985. Two brothers, Howard and John, and six sisters, Mae Segovis, Marge Phelps, Lillian Chester, Sadie Hanno, Curetta Brotherton and Muriel Pierce, also died before him.

The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Francis Church with the Rev. John Hogan, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 553

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Leona F. Burnham

1868 – 1945 Plot: F

ID# 554

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Thomas J. Burnham

1873 – 1941 Plot: F

ID# 555

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Abram Burrell

unknown – September 4, 1850

Inscription:

aged 75 yrs, 5 mos, 14 days

ID# 556

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Lydia Burrell

1809 – 1897 Wife of Nathan Burrell

ID# 557

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Nathan Burrell

1807 – 1852

ID# 558

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642113

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Carl S. Burritt

1910 – 1982 Plot: Q

ID# 559

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Esther D. Burritt

unknown – August 7, 2009

Esther D. Burritt, 96, of Sandy Creek, died August 7, 2009, at Loretto Health & Rehabilitation in Syracuse. She was the widow of Carl S. Burritt, who died in 1982. She was a member of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church and Lake Ontario Chapter #124 O.E.S. Survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Marva and Thomas Struwing of Brewerton, NY; two grandsons, Stephen (April) Struwing of Hudson Falls, NY, and Scott Struwing of Bellmore, NY; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, August 11, at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with Rev. Denise Bowen officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday, prior to the funeral, at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Sandy Creek United Methodist Church.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard on August 9, 2009

ID# 560

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Alvira V. Bush

1883 – 1970 Wife of John S. Bush Plot: P

ID# 561

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Ira Bush

June 29, 1871 – October 9, 1947

He was the son of John and Jane Bellrose Bush, was educated at Boylston schools, and worked as a farmer.

His first wife was Rachel Larmonth, the daughter of Newell and Adeline Larmonth. They had two daughters, Avilla (Wilder) and Addie (Wheeler). His first wife died Oct 2, 1919.

ID# 562

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Jesse Bush

1881 – March 1, 1947 Plot: R

The Pulaski Democrat., March 06, 1947, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 563

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John Henry Bush

1852 – 1923 Plot: R

ID# 564

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642117

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John S. Bush

1891 – 1966 Plot: P

ID# 565

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642118

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Mary Jane Bellrose Bush

1854 – 1933 Wife of John H. Bush Plot: R

ID# 566

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Rachel Larmonth Bush

1877 – October 2, 1919 Wife of Ira N. Bush Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., October 09, 1919, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 567

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Robert Bush

1847 – 1923 Plot: O

ID# 568

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Susie O’Connell Bush

1859 – 1922 Wife of Robert Bush Plot: O

ID# 569

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Harlow M. Butler Sr

September 10, 1896 – May 30, 1978 Husband of Ruth E. Schumaker Butler

He was the father of Charles Lewis Butler Sr. and Harlow A. Butler Jr.

ID# 570

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Ruth E. Schumaker Butler

March 21, 1901 – January 14, 1980

She is the mother of Charles Lewis Butler Sr. and Harlow A. Butler. She is also the wife of Harlow M. Butler Sr.

ID# 571

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Mary Jane Cain

unknown – June 30, 1840 Wife of John F. Cain Plot: H

Note: Age 18 yrs., 3 mos., 12 days, Wife of John F. Cain.

ID# 572

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642123

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Ada A. Campbell

1889 – 1978 Wife of George A. Campbell Plot: Q

ID# 573

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642124

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Agnes Campbell

unknown – August, 1863 Plot: F

Note: Age 78 yrs.

ID# 574

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Ellen L. Campbell

unknown – April 25, 1875 Daughter of Lyman B. & Laura Campbell Plot: D

Note: Age 38 yrs. Daughter of Lyman B. & Laura Campbell.

ID# 575

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Emily Trumbull Campbell

July 8, 1825 – November 8, 1907 Daughter of Cynthia Lilley Trumbull

ID# 576

FindAGrave Memorial# 112212320

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Franklin Campbell

1818 – 1901

ID# 577

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642126

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Irene J. Campbell

September 15, 1914 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 578

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642127

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James W. Campbell

unknown – June 23, 1894 Plot: H

Note: Age 72 yrs.

ID# 579

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Laura C. Campbell

unknown – January 21, 1868 Wife of Lyman B. Campbell Plot: D

Note: Age 72 yrs. Wife of Lyman B. Campbell.

ID# 580

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642129

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Lyman B. Campbell

unknown – March 13, 1843 Plot: D

Note: Age 53 yrs.

ID# 581

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Lyman S. Campbell

unknown – August 20, 1854 Son of Franklin & Emily Campbell

Inscription:

Aged 7 yrs

Note: on stone with Franklin & Emily Campbell

ID# 582

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Rosetta N. Trumble Campbell

unknown – September 1, 1898 Wife of James W. Campbell Plot: H

Note: Age 68 yrs. Wife of James W. Campbell.

ID# 583

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Frances I. Salesi Canale

1911 – 1999 Daughter of Joseph and Lucy Giffuni Salesi, Wife of John Canale

Deceased Name: FRANCES CANALE

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Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, March 23, 1999

Frances Canale, 87, Springbrook Apartments, died Monday at the home of her son, Michael P., Renshaw Bay.

Mrs. Canale and her husband, John, whom she married in 1929, owned and operated a dry cleaning and shoe repair business in Lacona for 30 years. Mr. Canale died Aug. 7, 1956.

Born Oct. 4, 1911, in Oswego, daughter of Joseph and Lucy Giffuni Salesi, she moved in 1933 to Lacona, where she lived for 30 years. She then lived at Renshaw Bay before moving to Pulaski in 1970 and was the first tenant of Springbrook Apartments.

Mrs. Canale was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church and St. Francis Church, Lacona. She was a former volunteer at the Pulaski Senior Nutrition Site. She enjoyed cooking and sewing Raggedy Ann dolls.

Surviving besides her son are three daughters, Carol Kelly and Lucinda Canale, both of Brooklyn Heights, and Lucille Brodie, Destin, Fla., and six grandchildren.

The funeral was at 11 a.m. today at St. John the Evangelist Church. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

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ID# 584

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John Canale

1901 – 1956

Heart Ailment Results in Death Of John Canale

This community where John Canale, had lived for the past 22 years has grieved to learn of his death Tuesday morning, August 7, 1956 at his home in Lacona as the result of a heart ailment. He had been ill for three weeks.

Mr. Canale, who first came to Lacona as a shoe repairman, was widely known and liked and had built up an extensive business which was later expanded to include dry cleaning, with Mrs. Canale taking charge of that branch of the business.

Mr. Canale was 55. He suffered a serious heart ailment several years ago and was confined to his home for a long period at that time, eventually recovering so that he could resume his work.

About three weeks ago he was again stricken.

Born in Italy

He was born March 31, 1901 in Rome, Italy, the son of Thomas and Lucille Canale. After attending school there, he came to the United States at the age of 24.

March 14, 1929 he was married at Oswego to Miss Frances Salesi and then lived in Oswego for several years. They came to Lacona in 1934 and Mr. Canale opened a shoe repair shop in the small alcove attached to the brick-block in Lacona, then owned by Dr. L.P. Hollis, who had become acquainted with Mr. Canale in Oswego.

As business increased, Mr. Canale moved to larger quarters in the block, and the dry cleaning establishment was started.

Surviving Relatives

Surviving Mr. Canale is his wife, Mrs. Frances S. Canale; a daughter, Miss Carole Canale, a teacher at Hicksville, Long Island; twin daughters Lucille and Lucinda and a son, Michael Canale who reside at home.

He also leaves one sister, Mrs. Therese (John) Pacific of Watertown; a brother, Anthony Canale in Italy and three other sisters residing in Italy.

Mr. Canale was a member of St. Francis Xavier, Cabrini Catholic church of Lacona, where his funeral was held at 9:30 Thursday morning, the Rev William T. Shanahan of Pulaski officiating.

Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Aug 9 1956

ID# 585

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Harvey Price Cannon

January 10, 1901 – February 11, 1958 Plot: P

ID# 586

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Martha Chamberlain Cannon Nolten

1905 – October 14, 1995 Plot: P

ID# 587

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642131

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Alice Weaver Canough

August 22, 1852 – November 17, 1941 Wife of George Canough Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., November 19, 1941, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 588

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642132

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Alicia Canough

1901 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 589

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642133

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Charles H. Canough

June 29, 1851 – September 28, 1861 Son of Frederick and Emily Canough Plot: A

ID# 590

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642140

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Elizabeth Radcliff Canough

unknown – January 14, 1944 Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., January 19, 1944, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 591

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642134

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Emily Canough

August 25, 1810 – September 7, 1897 Wife of Frederick Canough Plot: A

ID# 592

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Frederick Canough

May 7, 1794 – May 14, 1870 Plot: A

ID# 593

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George Canough

May 2, 1845 – November 9, 1927 Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., November 10, 1927, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 594

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George Rothwell Canough

1897 – January, 1901 Son of William & Elizabeth Canough Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., January 24, 1901, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 595

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Jessica C Canough

1875 – August 15, 1959 Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., August 20, 1959, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 596

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642139

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Leonard S. Canough

April 10, 1857 – October 12, 1861 Son of Frederick and Emily Canough Plot: A

ID# 597

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Ruth Canough

October 24, 1853 – October 17, 1861 Daughter of Frederick and Emily Canough Plot: A

ID# 598

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William F Canough

August 30, 1871 – August 20, 1953

age 81 – a Syracuse attorney for more than 40 years;

Survived by his wife, Jessica Chamberlain Canough; two cousins, Dexter Woodard & Miss Dora Lillis of Sandy Creek;

His first wife, Elizabeth Radcliffe died in January 1944

The Post Standard, Syracuse, NY 8/21/1953 pg 6

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son of George & Alice Canough

ID# 599

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William Radcliff Canough

1900 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 600

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Florence Wilder Card

unknown – April 12, 1943

Wife of William Card.

Daughter of Norman Wilder.

Mrs. Florence Wilder Card.

54. wife of William Card, 455

West Thurston street Elmira and

niece of Frank H. and Joseph

R. Wilder of Painted Post died

Sunday at 2:15 p. m. Mrs. Card

lived in Painted Post more than 30 yrs ago.but she will be remembered by many in this community.She moved to Elmira at the time of her marraige.Survivors are her husband, her son Corp. Glen R. Card, Brownwood, Texas. A grand daughter Linda Jane Card, of Elmira. And her mother Mrs. Norman Wilder. Burial will be in Woodlawn

Cemetery, Elmra

ID# 601

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642143

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Betty Norine Edgett Carey

1919 – unknown Plot: L

ID# 602

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James Ward Carey

1915 – 1994 Plot: L

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, May 21, 1994

James Ward Carey, 78, of 8141 Salisbury St., died at 7:15 a.m. Friday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown, where he had been a patient one day.

The funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. Lorraine Zimmerman, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

There will be no calling hours. Contributions may be made to Sandy Creek United Methodist Church or to Oswego County Hospice in care of H. Douglas Barclay Courthouse, Pulaski, N.Y. 13142.

Surviving are his wife, Betty N., a daughter, Mrs. Manley (Patricia) Thomas, Red Wing, Minn.; a son, Patrick Michael Carey, Sandy Pond; three grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Stanley (Minnie) Bennett, Roanoke, Va.; and several nieces and nephews.

A sister, Mildred Kennedy, and three brothers, Durwood, Francis and Rex Carey, died before him.

Born July 17, 1915, in Lacona, son of James and Mae Kiesinger Carey, he graduated from Pulaski Academy and Central School in 1936 and married Betty N. Edgett of Sandy Creek March 21, 1942, in Sandy Creek.

Mr. Carey lived in Pulaski for 20 years prior to moving to Sandy Creek in 1965.

He was a meat cutter for stores in Pulaski and Sandy Creek and was a custodian at Sandy Creek Central School. He retired in 1977.

Mr. Carey was an Army veteran of World War II, serving from 1944 to 1946.

He was a former member of the Ringgold Volunteer Fire Department in Pulaski and a member and past commander of Robert Edwards American Legion Post 358, Pulaski.

ID# 603

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Patrick Michael Carey

1949 – unknown Plot: L

ID# 604

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642146

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Claud C. Carnrite

1895 – 1974 Plot: K

ID# 605

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642147

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E. Anson Carnrite

1905 – 1964 Plot: Q

ID# 606

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642148

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Lillian S. Carnrite

1911 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 607

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642149

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Mable K. Carnrite

1903 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 608

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Mary McGuire Carnrite

April 12, 1902 – December 14, 1963

Printed in the Post Standard, Syracuse, NY Page 26, Col 13, on Dec 16, 1963

MRS. CLAUD CARNRITE

SANDY CREEK – Services for Mrs Mary McGuire Carnrtie, 61, wife of Claude Carnrite, who died Saturday in the Evergreen Nursing Home in Pulaski, will be at 2 p.m.Monday at the Weston and Woodard Funeral Home. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Mrs. Carnrite was born in Sandy Creek and was a graduate of Sandy Creek High School. She was a graduate of the Sandy Creek Teachers Training Class and taught in rural schools until her marriage in 1924. She was a member of the Methodist Church, the Women’s Society of Christian Service and the DAR and Grange, all of Sandy Creek, and was formerly a local leader for the Home Bureau. Surviving, besides her husband, are a daughter, Miss Alice Carnrite and a brother, Ralph McGuire, both of Sandy Creek.

ID# 609

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Nellie King Carnrite

March 11, 1873 – January 21, 1927 Wife of William C. Carnrite Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., January 27, 1927, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 610

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642151

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William C. Carnrite

August 1, 1869 – December 3, 1963 Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., December 05, 1963, Page 8, Image 8

ID# 611

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642152

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Abigail S. Carpenter

December 13, 1837 – April 18, 1881 Wife of Warren E. Carpenter Plot: J

ID# 612

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Ada J. Bumpus Carpenter

May 10, 1854 – June 2, 1926

CARPENTER—In Sandy Creek June 2 1926 Mrs. Ada Carpenter.

Source: Sandy Creek News, July 8, 1926

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MRS. ADA CARPENTER

We speak of those who have entered the great beyond, as dead. But

“Death is another life. We bow our heads,

At going out, we think, and enter straight.

Another golden chamber of the King’s,

Larger than, this, and lovelier.”

Death is to pass through a narrow and dark passage, which terminates in ineffable light, it is the golden key, that opens the door of the celestial palace which is fair, beautiful and glorious.

Mrs. Delos Carpenter entered into the new life Friday morning, July 2, 1926. She was born on a farm near Mexico, May 10,- 1856, being the daughter of E. Galusha and Justina

Sprague Bumpus. Her parents moved to Sandy Creek while she was a child and settled on the farm now owned by Emmett Bumpus, a mile north of the village of Sandy Creek. The parents passed away some twenty-five years ago. She was united in marriage to Delos Carpenter in 1873, who survives her. She is also survived by two brothers, Fred and Emmett Bumpus, both residents of this town.

After her marriage, she and her husband superintended for ten years a farm owned by the late Oren R. Earl and later bought a farm in the western part of the town, which they

occupied and improved until they moved into the village twenty-one years ago.

Her obsequies were held at her late home Sunday afternoon, July 4. A concourse of mourning friends were in attendance. Rev. T.T. Davies and Rev W.O. Thomas officiating. Interment in the family lot at Woodlawn cemetery. The profusion of flowers bespoke of the esteem and love held for the one departed.

Mrs. Carpenter was a woman of fine and rare qualities. She was loved by a large circle of friends who admired her noble character. She was seen at her best in her own home, a place she made beautiful through her love of the things that enter into the making of a worthy home.

Source: Sandy Creek News, July 8, 1926

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Amos W Carpenter

March 16, 1828 – February 3, 1852 Son of Asa and Louisa Wood Carpenter, Husband of Mary A. Martin Carpenter Plot: B

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Asa Carpenter

August 4, 1795 – April 26, 1878 Plot: B

Son of Samuel Carpenter and Sybil Alton.

Married first Louisa Wood (31 Jan 1819) and they had eight children: Sybil (1820 – ???; m. Mr Gurley); Miriam (1822 – 1914; m. Enos Eastman); Ephriam (1824 – ???); Amy Almedia (1826 – 1910; m. Alexander Lindsay); Amos W (1828 – 1852; m. Mary A Martin); Asa (1829 – 1913; m. Harriet Wilson & Edith Chase); Esther Louisa (1832 – ???); and Hannah Parthena (1836 – 1838).

Married second Sukey Robbins (16 Jan 1840) and they had one child, Ebenezer (1842 – aft 1900).

ID# 615

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Charles S. Carpenter

October 14, 1865 – January 21, 1889 Son of Warren E. & Abigail S. Carpenter Plot: J

ID# 616

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Chester Carpenter

unknown – September 18, 1907

ID# 617

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Clifford M. Carpenter

1888 – 1975 Husband of Isabelle Carpenter

CARPENTER – In the Evergreens Nursing Home, Mannsville, April 7, 1971 Clifford M. Carpenter, 82, of Sandy Creek

Source: Sandy Creek News, 1971

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C. M. Carpenter Rites Held Sat.

Clifford M. Carpenter, 82, of 9137 South Main Street, Sandy Creek, died April 7 at the Evergreen Nursing Home, Mannsville, where he had been a patient for two years.

Born Nov. 21, 1888, in the Town of Worth, he was a son of John and Susan Lanfere Carpenter and attended school at Diamond and Adams.

He was married on February 10, 1914 to Isabelle Taylor at the home of her parents in Sandy Creek. He went to work at the Blount-Parker Corp. in 1918, holding various positions during the years he was employed there. He retired in 1953.

He was a member of Sandy Creek Lodge No. 564, F. & A.M. and was a former member of the Sandy Creek Fire Department and Grange.

He is survived by his wife, Isabelle Carpenter, two sons, Vernon V. Carpenter of Wantagh, L.I. and Vance J. Carpenter of Rochester, a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Sperling of Mannsville; nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will held Saturday, April 10 at the Foster Hax Funeral Home with the Rev. Ivan Greenfield of the Sandy Creek United Methodist church officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. A Masonic service was held Friday evening.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, 1971

Note: Husband of Isabelle Carpenter. Sandy Creek Fire Department member

ID# 618

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Delia Carpenter

unknown – 1878

Note: Aged 83 years 8 months & 22 days

ID# 619

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Deloss Carpenter

1858 – 1938 Husband of Ada J. Bumpus Carpenter

ID# 620

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Ebenezer R. Carpenter

April 26, 1842 – November 21, 1909 Son of Asa and Sukey Robbins Carpenter Plot: B

Sandy Creek news., November 25, 1909, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 621

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Rev Edward D Carpenter

June 3, 1859 – May 8, 1946

ID# 622

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Flora Asenath Presley Carpenter

March 7, 1863 – March 6, 1932 Daughter of William H. and Theadocia Lorena Cogswell Presley

ID# 623

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George Carpenter

December 2, 1798 – April 23, 1888 Plot: B

ID# 624

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George B. Carpenter

December 9, 1859 – February 12, 1888 Son of Warren E. & Abigail S. Carpenter Plot: J

ID# 625

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Glenn Edward Carpenter

1888 – 1972 Plot: O

ID# 626

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Hannah Parthena Carpenter

April 12, 1836 – September 25, 1838 Daughter of Asa and Louisa Wood Carpenter Plot: B

Her mother died giving birth to her

ID# 627

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Henrietta Near Carpenter

August 3, 1840 – February 28, 1932 Wife of Chester Carpenter

ID# 628

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Isabelle Taylor Carpenter

unknown – unknown Wife of Clifford M. Carpenter

ID# 629

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Jean M. Wheeler Carpenter

1961 – 2011

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, November 17, 2011

Jean M. Carpenter, age 50, of Oswego, formerly of Sandy Creek, passed away Nov. 14, 2011, at Upstate University Hospital. Born Jan. 27, 1961, in Watertown, daughter of William and Dorothy McQuaig Wheeler. She graduated from Sandy Creek Central School in 1979 where she was a member of the National Honor Society. She graduated from Alfred State in 1984. She was an active member of Sandy Creek Central School Alumni Association. She attended Crouse Hospital Nursing School and was presently employed at Oswego Hospital. Resident of Oswego for the past 20 years.

Survived by her husband Timothy; two sons, Sean and Michael at home. A step-son Jeremy Carpenter of Missouri, her mother Dorothy Wheeler of Sandy Creek, a sister Joan Wheeler and companion Ron Trapiss of Sandy Creek, two brothers, John (MaryAnne) Wheeler of Tully, Jerry (Tammy) Wheeler of Brewerton, several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her father William and brother William Jim Wheeler.

ID# 630

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Laura Carpenter

unknown – March 14, 1853 Wife of S.E. Carpenter Plot: A

Note: Age 22 yrs., 1 mo., 11 days. Wife of S.E. Carpenter

ID# 631

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Louisa Wood Carpenter

June 3, 1802 – April 26, 1836 Plot: B

First wife of Asa Carpenter, married 31 Jan 1819. They had (at least) eight children: Sereno Ephraim, Sybil, Miriam, Amy Almedia, Amos W, Asa, Esther Louisa, and Hannah Parthena.

ID# 632

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Lula May Carpenter

1893 – March, 1946 Plot: O

Sandy Creek news., April 03, 1946, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 633

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Martha S. Carpenter

1897 – 1938 Plot: P

ID# 634

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Mary A Martin Carpenter

February 16, 1827 – June 16, 1853 Wife of Amos W. Carpenter

The Oswego county Records Retention Office and her gravestone note that her parents were B & R Martin. I found them in 1850 in Ellisburg, Jefferson, NY (the town next door) as Benjamin and Rachael.

ID# 635

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Mary Irene Carpenter

October 1, 1888 – November 25, 1957 Wife of William K. Carpenter Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., November 28, 1957, Page 8, Image 8

ID# 636

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Nancy Dean Carpenter

May 10, 1805 – November 2, 1888 Daughter of Samuel and Electa Chamberlain Dean, Wife of George Carpenter Plot: B

ID# 637

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Ruth Carpenter

unknown – July 24, 1877 Wife of S. E. Carpenter Plot: A

Note: Age 39 yrs., 7 mos., 8 days. Wife of S. E. Carpenter

ID# 638

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Samuel Carpenter

March 17, 1841 – July 10, 1863 Son of George and Nancy Dean Carpenter Plot: B

Soldier in the 147th Reg NY State Volunteer Infantry. Wounded July 1st and died of his wounds 9 days later.

ID# 639

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Suky / Sukey Robbins Carpenter

May 26, 1798 – November 12, 1890 Daughter of Ebenezer Robbins and Ruth Balch Plot: B

Daughter of Ebenezer Robbins and Ruth Balch.

Married 16 Jan 1840 in Richland, Oswego, NY. Asa had eight children by his first wife, Louisa Wood, and together Sukey and Asa had one child, a son, named Ebenezer, after Sukey’s father.

ID# 640

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Warren E. Carpenter

December 26, 1834 – September 9, 1907 Son of George and Nancy Dean Carpenter, Husband of Abigail S. Carpenter Plot: J

ID# 641

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William C. Carpenter

1874 – 1939 Plot: C

ID# 642

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William K. Carpenter

July 28, 1885 – September 30, 1957 Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., October 03, 1957, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 643

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William Sereno Carpenter

1893 – unknown Plot: O

ID# 644

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Catherine Carr

1922 – unknown Plot: U

ID# 645

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Elizabeth J. Carr

1922 – 1998 Wife of George W. Carr Plot: U

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, August 14, 1998

Elizabeth Carr, 75, of 3233 County Route 15, Sandy Pond, died Thursday at Blossomview Nursing Home, Sodus.

Mrs. Carr was a cook for many years at Bayview Hotel, Sandy Pond, Central Hotel, Lacona, and other area restaurants. She lived at Sandy Pond for 35 years and was a communicant of St. John’s Catholic Church, Pulaski.

Born Dec. 30, 1922, at Lackawanna, daughter of Henry and Mary Wormer Twist, she married George Carr on March 9, 1940, at Lackawanna. The couple lived in Hamburg before moving to Sandy Pond in 1962. Mr. Carr died June 24, 1996.

Surviving are a daughter, Catherine, Sandy Pond; two sons, Michael, Savannah, and Timothy, Lacona; a brother, Oliver Twist, Clearwater, Fla.; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.

The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. John Hogan, pastor of St. John’s Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ID# 646

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George W. Carr

1915 – 1996 Plot: U

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, June 25, 1996

George W. Carr, 81, of 3233 County Route 15, Sandy Pond, died Monday at his home.

The funeral will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Summerville Funeral Home, 1997 Harwood Drive, with the Rev. John Hogan officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to the Sandy Creek Volunteer Fire Department.

Surviving are his wife, Betty; a daughter, Catherine Carr, Sandy Pond; two sons, Michael, Savannah, and Timothy, Lacona; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Two sisters and a brother died before him.

Born Feb. 19, 1915, in Oswego, son of George and Catherine Hanley Carr, he was a graduate of St. Paul’s School, Oswego, and married Betty Twist March 9, 1940, in Lackawanna.

The couple lived in Hamburg before moving to Sandy Pond in 1962.

Mr. Carr retired in 1980 as grounds supervisor at Oswego State University College and was previously employed by Selkirk Shores State Park and Fulton Boilerworks.

He was a communicant of St. John’s Catholic Church, Pulaski.

ID# 647

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Cecile E Oyer Carter

January, 1884 – September 17, 1927 Daughter of Charles H. and Harriette R White Oyer, Wife of Daniel G. Carter

ID# 648

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Daniel G. Carter

1883 – 1964 Plot: K

ID# 649

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Florence L. Bentley Lamb Carter

July 9, 1904 – May 29, 1967 Wife of Harry T. Lamb Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., June 01, 1967, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 650

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Mary Jane Case

March 10, 1841 – September, 1915 Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., September 09, 1915, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 651

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Arnold R. Casler

1927 – 1988 Plot: T

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Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, March 22, 1988

Arnold R. Casler, 60, of Route 11 North, Sandy Creek, died Monday at Mercy Hospital, Watertown, from injuries suffered in a fall at a construction job at Fort Drum.

A native of Lorraine, Mr. Casler was a life resident of the Sandy Creek area. He was a boilermaker.

Mr. Casler was a member of the Black River Fiddler’s Association.

Surviving are his wife, the former Lillian Miller; a daughter, Debra Baker of Watertown; two sons, Michael of Sandy Creek and Kenny of Sandy Pond; a brother, Robert of Croghan; four sisters, Hazel Bachus of Lorraine, Dorothy Comstock of Mannsville, Shirley Widrig of Lacona and Marilyn Bisig of Rodman; and six grandchildren.

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Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, March 23, 1988

SANDY CREEK – The funeral for Arnold R. Casler, 60, Route 11 North, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Summerville Funeral Home, with Rev. Janet Gibbs, pastor of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Calling hours are 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Mr. Casler died at about 11:45 a.m. Monday when he fell backward through a hole after removing a piece of metal covering a hole in the floor of the heating plant under construction at Fort Drum.

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ID# 652

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Jonathan R. Casler

March 17, 1989 – May 14, 1989 Son of Michael A. and Nancy A. Hovey Casler Plot: T

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Tuesday, May 16, 1989

Services will be private for Jonathan Ross Casler, 2-month-old son of Michael and Nancy Hovey Casler of 9070 S. Main St. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. today at Summerville Funeral Home, 8192 Harwood Drive, Sandy Creek.

He died Sunday at University Hospital, Syracuse. He was born March 17 at St. Joseph’s Hospital.

Surviving besides his parents are a brother Jeremy, and a sister, Jana, both at home; his paternal grandmother, Lillian Casler of Sandy Creek; his maternal grandmother, Teresa Morrow of Watertown; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

ID# 653

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Lillian A. Miller Casler

1931 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 654

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Michael A Casler

unknown – April 7, 2007

54, of Sandy Creek, died Saturday at home. Funeral Mass: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Christ Our Light Catholic Church, Pulaski, with Rev. Fred Daley officiating.

**UPDATE**

54, of Sandy Creek, NY. Graveside services and burial will be Saturday, May 12, 2007, 9 a.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Rev. Fred Daley officiating

ID# 655

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Nancy A. Hovey Casler

1957 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 656

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Floyd R Caster

unknown – February, 1988

SANDY CREEK – The funeral for Floyd R. Caster, 72, Caster Road, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Summerville Funeral Home, with Rev. Janet Gibbs, pastor of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Spring burial will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery. Mr. Caster died Friday in Naples Community Hospital, Florida. He was a winter resident of Chokoloskee, Fla.

Calling hours are from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Donations may be made to the American Heart

Complete Article, 213 words

www.watertowndailytimes.com archives

ID# 657

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Ivy M. Caster

1914 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 658

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Hattie A. Castor

1891 – 1982 Plot: F

ID# 659

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Maude D. Castor

1888 – 1967 Wife of Maurice D. Castor

ID# 660

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Maurice C. Castor

1877 – 1945 Husband of Maude D. Castor

ID# 661

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Stanley P. Castor

March 2, 1929 – September 20, 1990 Plot: F

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, September 23, 1990

Stanley P. Castor, 61, Winchester, N.H., and formerly of Burrville, died Thursday at his home, where he had been under the care of Hospice. He had been ill with cancer.

A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Sandy Creek Methodist Church. Following cremation, his ashes will be brought to Sandy Creek for burial.

Surviving are his wife, Pauline C.; four sons, David S., Fairbanks, Alaska, Thomas B., Watertown, Paul A., Antwerp, and Andrew S., FC3, U.S. Navy, Mayport, Fla.; two daughters, Mrs. Michael (Alice A.) Demianenko, Watertown, and Mrs. Daniel (Janice M.) Hulme, Pulaski; seven grandchildren; four brothers, Peter, Hobe Sound, Fla., James H., Orwell, John, Colorado, and William, Pierrepont Manor; two sisters, Mary Fairchild, Sandy Creek, and Mrs. Albert (Ida) Sanford, Chaumont; nieces and nephews.

Three brothers, Morris, Albert and Floyd, and two sisters, Dorothy and Jennie, died previously.

Mr. Castor was born March 2, 1989, in Pulaski, the son of the late William H. and Harriet (Bargy) Castor. He was educated in local schools.

He married Pauline C. Edwards July 11, 1950, in the Free Methodist Church, Watertown, with the Rev. H.H. Hutt officiating. He was employed at Water’s Buick, Carthage, for three years, followed by 34 years of employment as a millwright at the St. Regis Paper Co., Deferiet.

ID# 662

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William H. Castor

1880 – 1965 Plot: F

ID# 663

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James J Caudle

February 11, 1913 – February 15, 1981 Husband of Clarabell Seely Horr Caudle

NEWSPAPER OBITUARY – Pulaski Democrat – Monday, February 23, 1981 – James J Caudle, 68, Orwell, passed away February 15, 1981, at the House of Good Samaritan, Watertown, after a long illness. He was born February 11, 1913, in Rochester to Roy and Elodia Armstrong Caudle. He attended schools in Marcellus. He married the late Clarabell Seely in Rochester in 1949. They lived in Sandy Pond for 25 years. Mrs. Caudle died in 1975. He worked for General Electric in Syracuse, retiring eight years ago. Surviving is one daughter, Mrs. Ruth A. Schroeder of Boise, Idaho, One sister, Mrs. Philip (Agnes) Brown of Camillus, Two grandchildren, One aunt and One uncle. The funeral was 9:00 am February 19, 1981, at the Taylor-Vida Funeral Home with Rev. Richard Clay and Rev. Raymond McVey officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 664

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Hope Caufield

unknown – July 1, 1991

Note: metal marker from funeral home

ID# 665

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Edward Leo Cavellier

October 20, 1923 – June 13, 1960 Plot: Q

ID# 666

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Mary Louise Cavellier

February 24, 1924 – May 22, 1995 Wife of Edward L. Cavellier Plot: Q

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, May 24, 1995

Mary Louise Cavellier, 71, of 7632 Erie St., died Monday at Sunrise Nursing Home, Oswego, after a brief illness.

The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home with the Rev. Anthony Keeffe, pastor of St. John the Evangelist Church and St. Francis Church, Lacona, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

There are no calling hours. Donations may be made to charity.

Surviving are a son, Peter, North Syracuse; a daughter, Catherine M. Wilder, Pulaski; three grandsons; a brother, William Brigham, North Carolina; two sisters, Lucille Hedger, Adams, and Marion Fowler, Fulton; and several nieces and nephews.

Born Feb. 24, 1924, in Adams, a daughter of Harold and Ruth Peters Brigham, she graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1942.

She married Edward Leo Cavellier. He died June 13, 1960.

She had lived in Pulaski since 1973 and previously lived in Lacona.

Mrs. Cavellier retired in 1987 from Trust Nursery. She also worked for a time at Ila’s Tea Room, Sandy Creek. She was a member of St. Francis Church.

ID# 667

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Calvin B. Chamberlain

April 20, 1916 – July 9, 1985 Banner times., July 15, 1985, Page 12, Image 12 Plot: P

ID# 668

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Doris Brown Chamberlain

1906 – 1969 Wife of Glenn S. Chamberlain Plot: K

ID# 669

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Frank T. Chamberlain

June 4, 1877 – March 9, 1945 Plot: P

Sandy Creek news., March 14, 1945, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 670

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Glenn S. Chamberlain

1908 – 1994 Plot: K

ID# 671

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642187

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Harriette B. Chamberlain

June 30, 1872 – March 14, 1956 Plot: P

Sandy Creek news., March 22, 1956, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 672

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Phebe W Chamberlain

unknown – October 26, 1901

Aged 63 years

ID# 673

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Earl E. Chanley

1908 – 1988 Husband of Ila S. Chanley Plot: R

Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record

Name: Earl E. Chanley

State of Issue: New York

Date of Birth: Tuesday July 14, 1908

Date of Death: Friday December 30, 1988

Est. Age at Death: 80 years, 5 months, 16 days

ID# 674

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Ila S. Chanley

1906 – 1995 Wife of Earl E. Chanley Plot: R

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, September 11, 1995

Ila L. Chanley, 89, of 2096 Lake St., former owner of Ila’s Tea Room and Ila’s Flower and Gift Shop, died at 4 a.m. today at her home after a long illness.

The funeral will be at noon Wednesday at the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church with the Rev. Lorraine Zimmerman, pastor, and the Rev. David Jahn, Mrs. Chanley’s grandson, pastor of All Saints Lutheran Church, Highland, Mich., officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Calling hours will be from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at the church. Arrangements are with Summerville Funeral Home.

Donations may be made to the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church or Hope for Bereaved, 4500 Onondaga Blvd., Syracuse, N.Y. 13219.

Surviving are a stepdaughter, Mrs. Robert (Juanita “Susie”) Jahn, Melbourne Beach, Fla.; two stepsons, Henry “Bud,” Camillus, and Paul E., Palm Bay, Fla.; seven grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and two cousins.

A brother, Clinton Smith, and two sisters, Cecile Hilton and Gladys Wilson, died previously.

Born March 15, 1906, at Sandy Creek, a daughter of George and Marcia Christman Smith, she graduated from Sandy Creek High School and Nixon’s Flower and Design School.

She married Earl E. Chanley on Nov. 5, 1960, at Asbury-Delaware Methodist Church, Buffalo, with the Rev. Herbert Harrison, then pastor, officiating. Mr. Chanley, former Baptist minister and account executive on the staff of WWNY-TV, Watertown, from 1955 to 1961, died Dec. 30, 1988.

Mrs. Chanley owned and operated Ila’s Tea Room from 1929 to 1955 and later Ila’s Flower and Gift Shop, retiring in 1974.

She was a member of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church and the Sandy Creek Outlook Study Club. She also was a member and past matron of Lake Ontario Chapter 124, Order of the Eastern Star.

ID# 675

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Deborah Fenton Chapin

November 10, 1811 – December 15, 1891 Wife of Harvey E. Chapin Plot: F

ID# 676

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Dolly Or Polly Chapin

unknown – March 9, 1863 Wife of Rev. Harvey Chapin Plot: F

Note: Age 75 yrs. Wife of Rev. Harvey Chapin.

ID# 677

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642192

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Rev. Harvey Chapin

unknown – September 14, 1861 Plot: F

Note: Age 74 yrs. In the 53rd year of his ministry.

ID# 678

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642193

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Rev. Harvey E. Chapin

August 12, 1811 – January 22, 1864 Husband of Deborah Fenton Chapin Plot: F

ID# 679

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642194

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Edward J. Chapman

1917 – 1997 Plot: R

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, October 9, 1997

Edward J. Chapman, 80, of 2075 Harwood Dr., died Tuesday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown, where he had been a patient since Aug. 22.

Mr. Chapman was district sales manager at Clay Equipment Co., Eastern Branch Office, Binghamton, for 27 years, retiring in 1979.

Born May 28, 1917, in East Randolph, son of Herbert and Mildred Benson Chapman, he graduated from Randolph High School and lived in Gouverneur and Watertown before moving to Sandy Creek in 1978. A Navy veteran of World War II, he served from 1941 to 1945.

He married June E. Lee on May 28, 1937, in Little Valley. After Mr. Chapman’s retirement, the couple spent the winters at Lake Worth, Fla. Mrs. Chapman died April 26, 1992.

Surviving are his former daughter-in-law, Sandra Kastler, Lacona; three grandsons, Michael and Scott Kastler, both of Lacona, and Joseph Kastler, Watertown; a granddaughter, Amy Valley, Lacona, and five great-granddaughters.

A son, James L., died Oct. 22, 1977. A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek with the Rev. Roger Bell, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating.

ID# 680

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Ethel S. Chapman

1908 – 2002

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Friday, December 13, 2002

Ethel Smith Chapman, 94, of Liverpool died Thursday. Born in Fulton, she graduated from Fulton High School and Chaffee Business School in Oswego. She retired in 1972 from state employment after 43 years and had worked for the Department of Health and the Department of Transportation. She was a member of Liverpool-Baldwinsville Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 219 and Civil Service Employees Association. Her husband, Othmer, died in 1960.

Survivors: Several nieces and nephews, including Gail Herb of Camden. Services: 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Maurer Funeral Home, 300 Second St., Liverpool. Burial, Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 681

FindAGrave Memorial# 112582948

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Harry H. Chapman

1879 – 1942

ID# 682

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642195

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James L. Chapman

October 15, 1943 – October 22, 1977 Plot: R

The Pulaski Democrat., November 02, 1977, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 683

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642196

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June E. Chapman

1916 – 1992 Wife of Edward J. Chapman Plot: R

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, May 2, 1992

June E. Chapman, 75, of 8134 Harwood Drive, died Sunday at John F. Kennedy Hospital in Lake Worth, Fla. She had been a patient at the hospital since March 27.

Graveside services will be held at 2:30 p.m. today at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Sandy Creek with the Rev. Janet Gibbs, pastor of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating.

There are no calling hours. Arrangements are with the Summerville Funeral Home.

Survivors include her husband Edward J.; four grandchildren, Amy, Michael, Scott and Joseph Castler, Lacona, and two great-granddaughters.

A son, James L. Chapman, died Oct. 22, 1977.

She was born June 21, 1916, in Cattaraugus, the daughter of the late Clyde and Mavel Lee. She graduated from Cattaraugus High School and was married on May 28, 1937, in Little Valley to Edward J. Chapman.

The couple lived in Gouverneur and Watertown before moving to Sandy Creek in 1978.

ID# 684

FindAGrave Memorial# 112126922

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Lottie Davis Chapman

1863 – 1900 Daughter of Nathan and Ruth Davis

ID# 685

FindAGrave Memorial# 112582872

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Othmer H. Chapman

1910 – 1960

ID# 686

FindAGrave Memorial# 112126973

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Ray D. Chapman

1887 – 1900 Son of Lottie Davis Chapman

ID# 687

FindAGrave Memorial# 112582915

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Rosa Mae Chapman

1881 – 1938

ID# 688

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642197

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Sandra K. Chapman

1944 – unknown Plot: R

ID# 689

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642198

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Timothy L. Chapman

1968 – 1968 Plot: R

ID# 690

FindAGrave Memorial# 112036531

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Harriet M. Chargo

July 19, 1857 – February 15, 1877 Wife of Edward Chargo

ID# 691

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642200

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Bertha E. Hutchins Chase

February 25, 1886 – July 27, 1971 Wife of Floyd A. Chase Plot: R

The Pulaski Democrat., August 04, 1971, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 692

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642201

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Floyd A. Chase

July 16, 1887 – March 21, 1974 Plot: R

The Pulaski Democrat., April 03, 1974, Page 3, Image 3

Sandy Creek news., April 03, 1974, Page 8, Image 8

ID# 693

FindAGrave Memorial# 18934523

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Kenneth L. Chase

April 2, 1910 – June 21, 1980

Kenneth L. Chase, 70, of Sandy Creek, died suddenly Saturday at the home of relatives in Phoenix. Ariz. He was born April 2, 1910, in South Boylston to Lewis and Hattie Cummins Chase.

He graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1927 and served in the Navy during World War II. He was first married to Mable Corse, who died. He later married Barbara Ledden.

After World War II, Chase began his own insurance business, which he ran until his retirement in 1976.

He was a 50-year member of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, a member of Sandy Creek Lodge 564, F&AM. a life member of the Cable Trail 8534 VFW, Lacona. N.Y. member of the Media Temple of Watertown, member of the Sandy Creek Fish & Game Club, past treasurer of the Sandy Creek Fair association and a member of the Mad River Club.

Surviving, besides his wife, are a daughter, Mrs. George(Shirley) Blount of Lacona; several grandchildren; a brother, Harlow Chase of Lacona, and a sister, Mrs. Irving (Mildred) Lustig of Miami Shores, Fla.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, the Rev. Stanley Tanner, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in

Woodlawn Cemetery.

Calling hours were 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 25, 1980

ID# 694

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Mabel Corse Chase

1904 – 1966

Mrs. K. L. Chase Dies Saturday At Her Home

Mabel C. Chase, wife of Kenneth L. Chase of Sandy Creek, died at 12:30 Saturday morning, April 9, 1966 at their home on Lake Street. She was 62 and had been a resident of the community the greater part of her life, having been active in civic and fraternal organizations here. She had been an employee of the Holstein-Friesian World for the past 45 years.

Mrs. Chase underwent surgery in August, 1965. Later she returned to her work but had not been well enough to be at her desk since early February.

She was born in this town March 24, 1904, and was a daughter of the late Henry A. and Anna Dennison Corse. She attended the Sandy Creek school and later entered a vocational school in Syracuse during her parents brief residency in that city. She began work as a typist with the Holstein-Friesian World in February 1921, a month before her 17th birthday, and quickly advanced in responsibilities, becoming one of the company’s key employees. She was manager of office operation, editorial assistant and consultant to the advertising department and supervised make-up on the Holstein-Friesian World. As office manager, she had the responsibility of securing and training most of the employees who have served on the World secretarial staff through the years, and was the valued confidante and adviser to the entire staff. Five years ago, on the 40th anniversary of her employment, she was guest of honor at a dinner given by Maurice S. Prescott, Editor of the World.

Active in Club Work

Mrs. Chase was a member and a past president of the Fortnightly Study Club; also a member and past regent of Rhadamant Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution. She was a member of Lake Ontario Chapter Order of Eastern Star and had served as musician for the chapter, also holding other offices at various times. She was a member of Cable Trail Post V.F.W. Auxiliary.

Survivors

Mr. Chase survives his wife.

She also leaves a daughter, Shirley (Mrs. George) Blount of Lacona; a son, Robert D. Chase of Key Largo, Fla. and a brother, Harwood Corse of Sandy Creek. She is also survived by nine grandchildren. A sister, Mrs. Mildred LaTant, died March 25, 1960 and a half-brother, George W. Corse, June 22, 1962.

Her funeral was held Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the Sandy Creek Methodist church and was conducted by the Rev. Robert Bird, pastor. In the service, Rev. Bird stressed the Easter message of hope and comfort, a theme emphasized by the lilies and lighted candles still in place after the Easter service the day before.

To these were added the many flowers given in loving memory. In addition to these, a great many friends sent memorial gifts to the Cancer Society and to the Memmorial Fund of the Sandy Creek Methodist church.

Acting as bearers were H.J. Hoit, Durl Clement, William Hoag, Ted Lundgren, Robert Hastings and Theodore Prescott.

Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 14, 1966

ID# 695

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Mark L. Chase

1952 – 1985 Son of Leo S. & Frances Lortie Plot: R

ID# 696

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Robert D. Chase

June 2, 1928 – February 5, 1974 Plot: S

The Pulaski Democrat., February 13, 1974, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 697

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Vivian Louise Weaver Chatterton

September 22, 1921 – November 7, 1976 Daughter of Herbert Lee and Eliza Mae Stewart Weaver, Wife of Warren Leigh Chatterton

ID# 698

FindAGrave Memorial# 129942859

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Warren Leigh Chatterton

April 12, 1921 – September 3, 1994 Son of Frank Alonzo and Lillian Christine Peterson Chatterton, Husband of Vivian Louis Weaver Chatterton

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, September 4, 1994

Warren L. Chatterton, 73, U.S. Route 11, died Saturday at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse, where he had been a patient since July 29.

The funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with the Rev. Clay Berry, pastor of Pulaski Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Donations made be made to the American Heart Association, Pulaski Community Ministries, or Northern Oswego County Ambulance, Box 113, Pulaski, N.Y. 13142.

Surviving are his wife, Martha; two daughters, Sally Stevens, Sandy Creek, and Cathy Manwaring, Mexico; two sons, Keith Chatterton, Sandy Creek, and Roger Chatterton, Pulaski; a stepson, Garry Benjamin, Mannsville; three stepdaughters, Elaine Fairchild, Pulaski, Penny Shutts, Sandy Creek, and Lois Cannaday, Jacksonville, Fla., 15 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren; three brothers, Wilbur and Kenneth, both of Mannsville, and Carl, Kissimmee, Fla.; three sisters, Clarabell Nash, Waterville, Ruth Trainor, Avon Park, Fla., Mabel Vicinus, North Fort Myers, Fla..; two aunts, Nellie Turck and Della Burr, both of Croghan; and several nieces and nephews.

Three sisters and two brothers died before him.

He was born April 12, 1921, at Volney, son of Frank and Lillian Peterson Chatterton. He was educated in Mexico schools. He married Vivian L. Weaver on Nov. 23, 1939, at Sandy Creek. She died Nov. 7, 1976, at age 55. He married Martha Ward Benjamin on Dec. 16 1977. He had been a resident of the Mannsville-Sandy Creek area for 43 years.

He was employed by Blount Lumber Co., Lacona, for 24 years, and was then employed for 16 years as a carpenter by Local 747 of the Carpenters Union, Oswego. He retired in 1982.

He was a member of Pulaski Baptist Church. He was a member and past master of Sandy Creek Lodge No. 564 of the Free and Accepted Masons. He was a member and past patron of Lake Ontario Chapter No. 124 of the Order of the Eastern Star, Sandy Creek. He was a member and past master of Sandy Creek Grange. No. 127. He was a member and past master of Oswego County Pomona Grange No. 13. He was also a 7th-degree Granger.

ID# 699

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Charles James Chauffy

1905 – 1986

ID# 700

FindAGrave Memorial# 112087942

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Ella M. Chauffy

1906 – 1991

ID# 701

FindAGrave Memorial# 112088121

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Emmeline Clemons Chauffy

1905 – 1938

ID# 702

FindAGrave Memorial# 18942533

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Edward H. Chawgo

1850 – 1926 Husband of Louisa H. Coon Chawgo

ID# 703

FindAGrave Memorial# 25975702

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Emily Skinner Chawgo

February 19, 1825 – April 19, 1912 Daughter of Levi Skinner, Wife of Israel Chawgo

ID# 704

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George H. Chawgo

November 28, 1805 – July 31, 1890 Husband of Mary Christman Chawgo Plot: F

Note: Age 84 yrs. 8 mos., 3 days.

ID# 705

FindAGrave Memorial# 18942552

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Harriet L. “Hattie” Chawgo

September 26, 1883 – 1952 Daughter of Edward H. & Louisa H. Chawgo

ID# 706

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642205

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Henry Chawgo

August 12, 1810 – May 11, 1873 Husband of Sarah Christman Chawgo Plot: F

ID# 707

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Ida E. Chawgo

February 17, 1868 – November 17, 1886

ID# 708

FindAGrave Memorial# 25975653

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Israel Chawgo

December 28, 1821 – September 16, 1894 Husband of Emily Skinner Chawgo

ID# 709

FindAGrave Memorial# 29786537

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John Chawgo

1842 – unknown

Note: Stone beside Ida E. Chawgo’s stone, his daughter

ID# 710

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Leonard J. Chawgo

1847 – 1916 Son of George H. and Mary Christman Chawgo, Husband of Mary Etta West Chawgo

ID# 711

FindAGrave Memorial# 18942545

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Louisa H. Coon Chawgo

April 30, 1859 – March 17, 1948 Wife of Edward H. Chawgo

ID# 712

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642206

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Mary “Polly” Christman Chawgo

1812 – February 3, 1895 Plot: F

ID# 713

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642207

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Sarah “Sally” Christman Chawgo

October 10, 1803 – September 23, 1887 Wife of Henry Chawgo Plot: F

ID# 714

FindAGrave Memorial# 29649022

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William H. Chawgo

1835 – 1902

Card of Thanks.

The family of William H. Chawgo wish to thank the neighbors and friends for their kindness and sympathy during the sickness and death of their beloved, also the choir for the music.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 24, 1902

ID# 715

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642208

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Lucia Robinson Cheney

April 16, 1897 – March 27, 1934 Wife of Myron W. Cheney Plot: D

Sandy Creek news., March 29, 1934, Page 3, Image 3

Note: Wife of Myron W. Cheney. Paper states Apr. 6, 1897 – Mar. 29, 1934.

ID# 716

FindAGrave Memorial# 18919426

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Myron W. Cheney

1898 – 1872

ID# 717

FindAGrave Memorial# 18919414

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R. Edwin Cheney

1918 – September 26, 1929

EDWIN CHENEY

Thursday, September 26, at 8:00 p.m., at the family home in Pierrepont Manor, occurred the death of Edwin Cheney, only son of Myron and Lucia Robinson Cheney. Death was due to infantile paralysis. Paralysis began in the stomach and spread rapidly to the throat muscles and one arm. He was ill but a few hours.

Edwin was born in Ilion, June 30, 1918, but had spent the greater part of his short life in and around Pierrepont Manor. He regularly attended the local school and the Sunday

School of the Union church, where he was a member of the boy’s class. “The Stars” led by Kent Steele. Funeral services were conducted by his pastor, the Rev. Stanley Lawrence.

In compliance with State Health regulations regarding this disease, the funeral was private, only the immediate family being allowed in the house. Relatives and friends from their homes remained outside and were premitted to view the body through a window.

That Edwin had many friends was evidenced by a profusion of flowers.

He is survived by his parents and a younger sister, Marjorie. A. E. Lawrence of Pulaski had charge of the funeral arrangements and burial was in Woodlawn cemetery at Sandy Creek

Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 10 1929

ID# 718

FindAGrave Memorial# 18919433

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Richard E. Cheney

March 17, 1936 – March 8, 2003

Richard E. Cheney

March 8, 2003 Richard E. Cheney, 66, died at the VA medical center after a long illness. Spring graveside services will be Saturday, May 31, 2003, at 2 p.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, NY. Arrangements entrusted to Traub Funeral Home, Central Square, NY.

Source: Post Standard, May 25, 2003

Inscription:

SF2 US NAVY

ID# 719

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642209

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Ada B. Chipman

1871 – July 8, 1958 Plot: P

Newspaper Obituary – July 10, 1958 Sandy Creek News – Deaths – Chipman – At the Mannsville Nursing home, July 8, 1958, Mrs. Ada Chipman, 87 of The Elms.

ID# 720

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642210

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Livingston T. Chipman

1903 – March 23, 1941 Plot: P

Sandy Creek news., March 26, 1941, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 721

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642211

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Reuben R. Chipman

1875 – December 21, 1950 Plot: P

Sandy Creek news., December 28, 1950, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 722

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642212

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Austin Chrisman

unknown – May 16, 1900 Plot: H

Sandy Creek news., May 24, 1900, Page 8, Image 8

Note: Age 64 yrs., 6 mos.

ID# 723

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642213

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Caroline Exford Chrisman

unknown – May 25, 1915 Wife of Austin Chrisman Plot: H

Note: Age 76 yrs., 8 mos. Wife of Austin Chrisman.

ID# 724

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642214

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Esther Sturtevant Chrisman

1846 – May 22, 1919 Wife of Isaac Chrisman Plot: B

ID# 725

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George Isaac Chrisman

April 19, 1877 – December 16, 1956

George Chrisman Dies at Age 79

George Isaac Chrisman, 79, died December 16, 1956 at his home on Lake street after an illness of a year.

The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at the Weston and Woodard funeral home, with Rev. Leland Webster, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery.

Mr. Chrisman was born April 19, l877 at Sandy Creek, son of Isaac and Esther Sturdevant Chrisman. He attended the Scripture district school. He was a carpenter by trade. He married Cora Dana of Sandy Creek on September 26, 1914 at Pulaski.

She survives; also a daughter, Mrs. Rita Burdick and a son, Gerald Chrisman of Fulton; a stepson, LeRoy Coffie, Lacona; and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Ethel Buck of Pulaski; three sisters, Mrs. Marcia Smith, Mrs. George (Pearl) Slater and Mrs. Ben (Ida) Thornber, all of Sandy Creek; 15 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. A son, Harwood, drowned in an automobile accident on the Lacona-Orwell road in December 1934 at the age of 17.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 20 1956

ID# 726

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642215

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Harwood B. Chrisman

July 27, 1917 – December, 1934 Plot: B

Sandy Creek news., December 20, 1934, Page 6, Image 6

ID# 727

FindAGrave Memorial# 86347929

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Horace M. Chrisman

unknown – 1932

Aged 70 years

ID# 728

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642216

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Isaac Chrisman

1837 – December 19, 1919 Plot: B

Sandy Creek news., May 22, 1919, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 729

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James M. Chrisman

November 1, 1850 – October 12, 1916

JAMES M. CHRISMAN

Rev. Spencer Bacon Owens of Sandy Creek officiated at the funeral of James M. Chrisman, aged sixty-six years, a Civil war veteran, which was held at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon.

Burial in Sandy Creek cemetery. The death of Mr. Chrisman occurred Thursday, Oct. 12, following an illness of several weeks.

Mr. Chrisman was born in the town of Sandy Creek, N.Y. Nov. 1, 1850, where he had always lived, conducting a small farm. When 14 years of age Mr. Chrisman enlisted as a drummer boy and served through the latter part of the Civil war. He was a member of A.J. Barney Post, G.A.R., of Sandy Creek, and a member of the life saving crew at Big Sandy station for several years.

Surviving, besides the widow, is a son, Jacob Chrisman, of Smithville, Jefferson county, and a brother, S.J. Chrisman of Ellisburg.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 19, 1916

ID# 730

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Margaret Coon Chrisman

January 29, 1831 – November 4, 1906 Wife of Peter Chrisman Plot: F

ID# 731

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Peter Chrisman

March 28, 1822 – September 2, 1901 Plot: F

ID# 732

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Myrtle Kiblin Christman

August 12, 1846 – September 9, 1927

MRS. MYRTLE CHRISTMAN

Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle Christman, 81, who died at her home in Sandy Creek Friday night, were conducted from the family home, Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock, the Rev. T. T. Davies, officiating. Burial was made in Sandy Creek cemetery.

She was born August 12, 1846 in the town of Sandy Creek and had resided all her life in thiB town. Her husband, Matthew Christman, passed away 12 years ago, and she has no immediate relatives surviving.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 15, 1927

ID# 733

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Norma Claflin

unknown – unknown

It is probable that this marker is for Norma Jean Claflin, who also has a marker in the Wesleyan cemetery on County Rt 15, east of Lacona.

Note: Aged 2 months 9 days. Undated home made headstone

ID# 734

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MD Geo. A. Clark

unknown – March 27, 1878

Inscription:

Aged 28 yrs

Note: Mason

ID# 735

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Sen. John P. Clark

unknown – March 4, 1848

ID# 736

FindAGrave Memorial# 112581477

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John P. Clark Jr

unknown – June 14, 1881

Aged 41 yrs

ID# 737

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642219

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Ada L. Yerdon Clark

1890 – 1925 Wife of Edward L. Clark Plot: G

ID# 738

FindAGrave Memorial# 131134080

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Agnes M Clark

1866 – 1942

ID# 739

FindAGrave Memorial# 131134104

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Alexander N. Clark

1866 – 1938

ID# 740

FindAGrave Memorial# 115279217

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Almena Clark

1831 – 1892 Wife of Harvey A. Clark

ID# 741

FindAGrave Memorial# 112574077

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Amanda Allen Clark

unknown – April 12, 1858 Wife of John P. Clark

Inscription:

His Wife, Aged 32 yrs

ID# 742

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642220

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Aseneth Clark

unknown – August 20, 1854 Wife of Seth Clark Plot: K

Note: Age 72 yrs. Wife of Seth Clark.

ID# 743

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642221

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Barney Laomi Clark

April 19, 1864 – August 2, 1931 Plot: G

Sandy Creek news., October 08, 1931, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 744

FindAGrave Memorial# 112582227

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Benj. Clark

unknown – September 9, 1831 Plot: A

Inscription:

In the 25th year of his age

ID# 745

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642222

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Bernard L. Clark

1930 – 1930 Son of Ora R. & Teresa Clar Plot: E

ID# 746

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642223

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Bertha E. Jackson Clark

1891 – May, 1946 Wife of Ernest B. Clark Plot: K

The Pulaski Democrat., May 23, 1946, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 747

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642224

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Beulah May Clark

unknown – December 18, 1894 Daughter of George E. & Eliza E. Clark Plot: L

Note: Age 6 yrs., 3 mos., 4 days. Daughter of George E. & Eliza E. Clark.

ID# 748

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642225

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Chandler Clark

unknown – April 2, 1858 Plot: K

Note: Age 35 yrs.

ID# 749

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642226

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Cora Clark

unknown – April 5, 1872 Daughter of P.D. & Frances Clark Plot: C

Note: Age 3 mos. Daughter of P.D. & Frances Clark.

ID# 750

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Diana R. Randall Clark

February 19, 1817 – February 17, 1891 Wife of Lemuel Clark Plot: K

ID# 751

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Edward L. Clark

1877 – unknown Plot: G

ID# 752

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642230

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Ellen A. Emery Clark

1858 – 1928 Wife of Louis M. Clark Plot: R

ID# 753

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642231

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Ernest B. Clark

1883 – 1957 Plot: K

ID# 754

FindAGrave Memorial# 112573934

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Frances A. Clark

1846 – March 4, 1849 Plot: A

Inscription:

Daughter of O.D. & ?? Clark

Aged 3 yrs, 9 mos., 28 dys

ID# 755

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Frances A. Clark

unknown – March 2, 1819 Plot: A

ID# 756

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Fred E. Clark

September 2, 1874 – July 15, 1875 Son of Ira and Nettie F. Clark Plot: D

ID# 757

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642233

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Freddie C.D. Clark

unknown – April 12, 1862 Son of Harvey J. & Permelia M. Clark Plot: D

Note: Age 1 yr., 2 mos. Son of Harvey J. & Permelia M. Clark.

ID# 758

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642234

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George A. Clark

unknown – March 27, 1878 Plot: D

Note: Age 28 yrs.

ID# 759

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642235

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George L. Clark

unknown – September 7, 1889 Plot: G

Note: Age 51 yrs. Co. E 110th NYV. 1861 65 Flagholder.

ID# 760

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Gertrude E. Clark

unknown – February 9, 1850

Note: Stone badly broken, was hit by a car in late fall 2009.

ID# 761

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642236

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Grace M. Rounds Clark

1887 – 1975 Wife of Louis M. Clark Plot: R

ID# 762

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642237

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Gracie F. Clark

April 16, 1877 – May 18, 1878 Daughter of Ira and Nettie F. Clark Plot: D

ID# 763

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642238

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Harriet Clark

unknown – December 26, 1850 Wife of Lemuel Clark Plot: K

Note: Age 30 yrs. Wife of Lemuel Clark.

ID# 764

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642239

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Harten E. Clark

unknown – July 29, 1859 Plot: A

Note: Age 21 yrs., 8 mos.

ID# 765

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Harvey A. Clark

1830 – 1900 Plot: M

ID# 766

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James B. Clark

unknown – August 8, 1888 Plot: E

ID# 767

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John Clark

September 22, 1780 – June 29, 1865 Husband of Phebe Pierce Clark

ID# 768

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John P. Clark

unknown – March 17, 1848 Plot: A

Note: Age 39 yrs.

ID# 769

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642248

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Rev. L. Clark

unknown – September 9, 1831 Plot: A

Note: Age 25th year of his life

ID# 770

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Rev. Lemuel Clark

May 28, 1814 – June 2, 1897 Plot: K

ID# 771

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Louis M. Clark

August 28, 1889 – February 6, 1961

Louis M. Clark Dies on Monday

Louis M. Clark, 71, died Monday, February 6, 1961 at his home on East First Street, Sandy Creek, after a long illness.

He was born in Adams August 28, 1889, a son of the late Eugenia Gardener Clark and Edgar A. Clark. A brother, Ren S. Clark, of Chicago, Ill. died in 1940. He spent his early years in Adams and vicinity, moving to Sandy Creek with his parents in 1906 to the former John Knollin farm located north of the village.

He married Grace M. Rounds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rounds of Lorraine on December 31, 1908. The couple made their home on the farm in Sandy Creek until June 1947 when they moved to their present residence on East First Street in the village of Sandy Creek.

On Board of Assessors

Mr. Clark besides being a farmer, was also active in fur trading and served on the board of assessors for the Town of Sandy Creek for a number of years. He served as local assessment examiner for the Department of Taxation and Finance of the State of New York from 1946 to 1949.

He had been in failing health for a number of years. Mr. Clark was a member of the Sandy Creek Methodist church.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Grace Rounds Clark; a son, Arthur Clark of Adams; a daughter, Mrs. William (Marjorie) Mahaffy of Liverpool and five grandchildren, Lucinda, Charles and Lois Clark of Adams; Clark and Richard Mahaffy of Liverpool.

The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at the Weston and Woodard Funeral parlors. The Rev. E. Kendall Scouten, pastor of Sandy Creek Methodist church, officiated, assisted by Rev. Bernard Draper, pastor of Sandy Creek Wesleyan Methodist church. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery this spring.

Bearers were Calvin Chamberlain, Floyd Caster, Richard Mullen, Robert Jackson, Kent Steele and Fred Bishop of Lorraine.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 9, 1961

ID# 772

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Macie E. Clark

April, 1877 – May, 1878 Daughter of Nettie & Ira E. Clark

Note: Very worn stone

ID# 773

FindAGrave Memorial# 112579537

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Martin E. Clark

unknown – unknown Plot: A

Note: very worn stone

ID# 774

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Mary Clark

unknown – May 15, 1899 Wife of George L. Clark Plot: G

Note: Age 58 yrs. Wife of George L. Clark.

ID# 775

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Mary E. Butt Clark

1865 – 1925 Wife of Barney L. Clark Plot: G

ID# 776

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Nancy A. Claflin Clark

unknown – October 4, 1883 Wife of John Clark Plot: G

Note: Age 57 yrs., 4 mos. Wife of John Clark.

ID# 777

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Ora R. Clark

1908 – March 5, 1986 Plot: E

ID# 778

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Permelia V. Clark

1835 – 1907 Wife of Harvey A. Clark Plot: M

ID# 779

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Phebe Pierce Clark

September 25, 1779 – September 29, 1872 Wife of John Clark

ID# 780

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Prudence A. Clark

unknown – June 29, 1841 Daughter of Oratio D. & Lavern A. Clark

Daughter of Oratio D. & Lavern A. Clark 2yrs, 10 mos. ,11 dys

ID# 781

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Robert R. Clark

1931 – 1931 Son of Ora R. & Teresa Clark Plot: E

ID# 782

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S. Corbin Clark

1859 – 1930 Plot: K

ID# 783

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Seth Clark

unknown – December 25, 1847 Plot: K

Note: Age 67 yrs.

ID# 784

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Teresa Stalker Clark

1910 – 1979 Wife of Ora R. Clark Plot: E

ID# 785

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Walter G. Clark

1933 – unknown Plot: E

ID# 786

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William J. Clark

1893 – 1958 Plot: P

ID# 787

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642256

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Melissa Lillian Joyner Clemens

1865 – 1938 Wife of George Clemens Plot: K

ID# 788

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Nina May Clemens

1897 – 1906 Plot: K

ID# 789

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Charles B. Clement

September 14, 1857 – September 9, 1931 Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., September 17, 1931, Page 6, Image 6

ID# 790

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Clara D. Clement

July 8, 1859 – June 26, 1918 Wife of Charles B. Clement Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., July 11, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 791

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Fred Clemons

May 22, 1887 – April 11, 1925

FRED CLEMONS

The remains of Fred Clemons, of Ellisburg, were laid to rest in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek, Wednesday.

He died at his farm near Pierrepont Manor, Saturday, having been ill six days with pneumonia. Previous to his last sickness, Mr. Clemons had been in excellent health during his 37 years. His death therefore comes as a great shock to his family and friends.

He was born May 22, 1887, in the town of Ellisburg, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. George Clemons. He received his education in the public schools and during the past several years has followed farming as an occupation.

Besides his parents, he is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Gerry Pitkins of Central Square; Mrs. William Thompson, of Belleville; Mrs. Harold Hedger, of Pierrepont Manor and Miss Emaline Clemons also of Pierrepont -Manpr; one nephew, Charles

Thompson; two nieces, Mabel Thompson and; Lillian Pitkins, all of Pierrepont Manor.

The family has a wide circle of friends, who sympathize with them in this hour of bereavement

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 16, 1925

ID# 792

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George Clemons

December 18, 1864 – October 4, 1931

GEORGE CLEMONS

George Clemons, 66, resident of Log London, two miles from Pierrepont Manor, died at his home at 8730 Sunday morning, October 4, 1931, after an illness of several months.

Mr. Clemons was born Dec. 18, 1864, at Redfleld, and on January 29, 1884, married Melissa Lillian Joyner. To the union were born six children, one girl dying at an early age. A son, Fred;died April 11, 1924, and a daughter, Luella Clemons Hedger, died July 27, 1927.

Mr. Clemons was a farmer all his life. Owing to ill health he retired about two years ago and rented his farm to his son-in-law, C. J. Chaufty.

He is survived by his widow, three daughers, Mrs. Stella Pitkin of Central Square, Mrs. Mina Thompson of Belleville, Mrs. Emeline Chaufty, who lives five grandchildren; Miss Lillian Pitkins of Syracuse, Mrs. Mabel Pirnie of Watertown, Charles Thompson of Belleville, Ruth and Betty Chaufty; two sisters, Mrs. Nona Yerdon and Mrs. Lester Yerdon; one brother, Orley Clemons, all of Redfield.

Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2.30 at his home, Rev. Allen Moore of Belleville, officiating.

Burial was at Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 8, 1931

ID# 793

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Alwin Herman Clute

1851 – 1919 Plot: O

ID# 794

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Anise E. Ward Clute

1845 – 1919 Wife of Alwin H. Clute Plot: O

ID# 795

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Charles H. Cobb

1839 – 1918 Plot: E

ID# 796

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Mary Elizabeth Cobb

1843 – February 22, 1922 Sandy Creek news., March 02, 1922, Page 2, Image 2 Plot: E

ID# 797

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Grace Plaisted Coble

October 2, 1902 – February 28, 1988

Grace P. Coble, 85, of North St., Pulaski formerly of Sandy Creek, widow of Philip J. Coble, died Thursday evening, February 25, 1988 at her home.

The funeral was at 10 a.m. Monday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, with Rev. Earl M. Smith, pastor of Park United Methodist Church, officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

There were no calling hours.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Marjorie) Favre, North Little Rock, Ark., and Mrs. Louis (Laura Mae) Zamora, New York City; seven grandchildren; 11 greatgrandchildre, and two nieces, Lois Allen, Pulaski, and Mrs. Henry Vrooman, Mexico.

Born in the Town of Sandy Creek on October 2, 1902, a daughter of Arthur D. and Harriet Carpenter Plaisted, she was graduated from the Sandy Creek Training Class in 1921 and Sandy Creek High School in 1922. She taught at rural schools n the Sandy Creek area for six years.

On June 27, 1927, she married Philip J. Coble of Avon Park, Fla., at the Methodist parsonage in Erie, Pa. The couple lived at Sandy Creek until 1968, when they moved to Pulaski. Mr. Coble was part-owner of the Sancona Builders Supply Co. of Sandy Creek, retiring in 1968. He died March 25, 1985, at the age of 89.

Mrs. Coble had been a member of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church since 1912. Her mother, Harriet Plaisted, her grandmother, Henrietta Carpenter, and her greatgrandmother, Harmonius Ehle, had also been members of the same church.

Mrs. Coble was a member of the Rhadamant Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Sandy Creek, and a former member of the Sandy Creek Home Bureau.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, march 7, 1988

ID# 798

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Philip J. Coble

February 8, 1896 – March 25, 1985

Philip J. Coble, 89, of North Street, Pulaski, retired co-owner of Sancona Builders Supply, Sandy Creek, died Monday morning, Mar. 25, 1985, at his home.

Born Feb. 8, 1896, in the Town of Hastings, a son of Charles and Minnie Waterbury Coble, he attended

Constantia and Sylvan Beach schools and served in the Army in France in World War I.

He married Grace Plaisted June 27, 1927.

Mr. Coble was employed by the Irish Construction Co. and Louis Grassoni Construction Co., Syracuse, and later became part owner of Sancona Builders Supply, Sandy Creek, retiring in 1968 when he

moved to Pulaski from Sandy Creek.

Mr. Coble supervised the 1944 construction of the divided chancel of the 1878-79 United Methodist Church building, which will soon be nominated to the National Historic Register. In 1948 he built the present Sandy Creek Town Hall, originally the Blount-Parker Employees Recreation Center, and was responsible for the construction and renovation of many homes in this area. He was a member of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church.

He is survived by his wife, Grace; two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Marjorie) Favre, North Little Rock, Ark., and Mrs. Louis (Laura Mae) Zedora, New York City; seven grandchildren, eight greatgrandchildren and two

cousins.

The funeral was held March 27, at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home with Rev. Jeremy Duncan, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, and Rev. Earl M. Smith, pastor of Park United Methodist Church, officiating.

Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Donations may be made in his name to North Oswego County Ambulance or Sandy Creek United Methodist Church.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, April 1, 1985

ID# 799

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Charles Otis Coburn

January 18, 1844 – March 2, 1919 Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., March 06, 1919, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 800

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Mary Jane Martin Coburn

April 25, 1843 – October 7, 1929 Wife of Charles Coburn Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., October 10, 1929, Page 8, Image 8

ID# 801

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Margaret Robinson Cochran

September 28, 1891 – March 24, 1980

Mrs. Margaret Howe Cochran, 88 of Petersburg, Virginia and formerly of Syracuse died March 24, 1980 in Petersburg, Virginia.

Born Sept. 28, 1891 in Syracuse, a daughter of

Theodore and Grace Curry Robinson and was married to Henry Earl Howe, a native of Sandy Creek. He died June 25. 1962. Her second marriage was to Samuel Greer Cochran in 1968. He died in 1970.

She lived in Syracuse until moving to Virginia in 1968.

Surviving are four nieces, Mrs. Grace Eckerlin,

Manlius; Mrs. Jean Quick, Petersburg, Virgina; Mrs. Barbara Beishline, Liverpool, and Mrs. Elizabeth Woods, Fullerton, California.

Graveside services will be held Saturday, April 26th at 11 a.m. at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Sandy Creek with Rev. Richard Beishline officiating. Local arraignments are by the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 23, 1980

ID# 802

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Amanda E. Cole

unknown – March 25, 1889 Plot: F

Note: Age 80 yrs. Wife of Joseph Cole.

ID# 803

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Arabella Wilds Cole

1842 – 1916 Wife of Harrison H. Cole

ID# 804

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642267

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Cyrus H. Cole

unknown – January 13, 1887 Plot: F

Note: Age 26 yrs., 1 mo., 24 days. Son of George & Ruth W. Cole.

ID# 805

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642268

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Eddie W. Cole

unknown – August 29, 1863 Plot: D

Note: Age 10 yrs. Son of Willard & Ruth Cole.

ID# 806

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642269

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George Cole

unknown – January 20, 1896 Plot: F

Note: Age 72 yrs., 9 mos., 10 days

ID# 807

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Haddie E. Cole

1865 – 1915

ID# 808

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Harrison H. Cole

October 4, 1840 – August, 1916

HARRISON H. COLE

One of the prominent residents of the Ridge, Harrison H. Cole, died suddenly last Friday at eventide. Mr. Cole had been about the house and, while not in the best of health, his death was not anticipated. Dr. Cook was hastily summoned and reached his side a few moments before he passed away.

The deceased was born October 4, 1840; in Adams, his parents being Joseph and Fanny Nobles Cole, natives of Hebron, Washington Co., N.Y., who settled in Adams in 1818 and who came to Sandy Creek in 1846. Mr. Cole’s life was largely spent in this town. He went to the front during the Civil war, enlisting in September, 1862; in the 147th N.Y. Vol. as a musician, and remained till the close of the conflict. He was leader of the 3d Brigade band, 3rd Div. 6th Corps. Several members of this band were killed at Gettysburg and Comrade Cole barely escaped capture by the Confederates. He was also at Fredericksburg and all thru the Wilderness. His brother, L.J. Cole, now deceased, was captain of Co. G., N.Y. Cavl. Mr. Cole was a musician of more than ordinary ability, and for years was leader of the Sandy Creek Cornet band. So popular was he with his townsmen that for sixteen years he was a collector of taxes. He purchased the farm of 90 acres where he resided in 1869 In addition to general farming and dairying, he kept a large apiary. In 1868 he married Arabella daughter of James and Mariah Wilds, of Sandy Creek, who survives him. In the early days of ballooning Mr. Cole took an interest in aeronautics, and made a balloon ascension at the Sandy Creek fair grounds. He was Ridge road correspondent of the Sandy Creek News since its establishment.

For many years he served as trustee of the Congregational church of which both Mr. and Mrs. Cole were regular attendants. He is survived by a half brother, J.B. Cole, and a half-sister, Mrs. Mary Albright of Williamstown.

Mr. Cole was a member of Post Barney. The funeral was held from the house Monday afternoon, Rev. T.T. Davies, pastor of the Congregational church, officiating.

Source: Sandy Creek News, August 1916

ID# 809

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Hymeneus Cole

September 20, 1791 – February 24, 1866 Plot: B

ID# 810

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Ivan L. Cole

1892 – 1915

ID# 811

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James Cole

unknown – February 5, 1841 Plot: B

Note: Age 19 yrs., 2 mos. Son of Zabin & Sarah Cole.

ID# 812

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Joseph Cole

unknown – August 7, 1873 Plot: F

Note: Age 74 yrs.

ID# 813

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Karen LaCelle Cole

1947 – 2005

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Karen LaCelle Cole September 12, 2005

Karen LaCelle Cole, age 58, of Cazenovia, died Monday in Cazenovia. She was born on April 24, 1947, in Syracuse, the daughter of James W. and Anna Crandall LaCelle. She has resided in Cazenovia for the past two years, previously living in Penn Yan, Cuba and Friendship, NY. She graduated from Sandy Creek Central School in 1965 as Salutatorian, receiving a Hilton Scholarship. She graduated from Syracuse University in 1969 with a degree in library science. She was employed by Cazenovia College as a librarian for the past two years and was also employed by Keuka College as a grant researcher for several years, Hobart, Colgate, and Syracuse Universities.

Surviving are one brother, James E. LaCelle of Mexico; one sister, Barbara Ward of Hagerstown, MD; stepmother, M. Joyce LaCelle of Redfield; two stepsisters, Sally and Deborah Monteith of Redfield; one uncle, Gerald “Bun” LaCelle of Altmar; several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Friday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 814

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642273

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Keziah Cole

unknown – March 3, 1863 Plot: A

Note: Age 72 yrs., 4 mos., 21 days. Wife of James Cole

ID# 815

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642274

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L. Darwin Cole

July 29, 1813 – September 6, 1885 Son of Hymeneus & Sarah Cole Plot: B

ID# 816

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Lydia Howe Cole

1835 – September, 1905

Mrs. Lydia Cole died Friday morning. She was the only child of Hiram and Susan Howe and was born in 1835 on the Newell Howe farm on the Ridge Road. She was married in 1854 to Henry B. Corse, second son of the late Ezra Corse. Two children were born to them, Mrs. P.G. Hydorn of Sandy Creek and Mrs. D.G. Salisbury of Sandy Creek. When the Civil War broke out Mr. Corse was one of the 220 sons from the town of Sandy Creek who joined the Union army and navy. He was killed in the second battle of Bull Run and Mrs. Corse afterwards married Captain L.J. Cole of the 24th New York Cavalry. One son, Haddie E. Cole of this village was born to them.

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Mrs. Lydia Cole.

Mrs. Cole was the only child of Hiram and Susan Howe and was born in 1836, in the Newell Howe farm on the Ridge road. Her father died soon after her birth, and her childhood was passed in Lysander. She was married in 1855 to Henry B. Corse, second son of the late Ezra Corse, to whom two children, Mrs. P.G. Hydorn, of Lacona, and Mrs. D.G.

Salisbury, of Sandy Creek. When the Civil war broke out, in l86l, Henry B. Corse was one of the 220 sons from the town of Saudy Creek, who joined the Union army and navy. While serving as First Lieutenant in the 24th New York Inrantry he was killed in the second battle of Bull Run. Mrs. Corse afterwards married Captain L.J. Cole, of the 24th New York Cavalry, and to them was born one son, Haddie E. Cole, of this village. Mr. Cole died in 1898. During the past year Mrs. Cole has suffered severely from cancer on the forehead.

In the early spring; she went to Mount Kilmer Sanitarium, where she remained until well into the summer. Since her return she has been tenderly cared for by her family. Her death came suddenly last Friday morning.

The funeral was held from the family home on East First street Sunday afternoon, her pastor. Rev. T.T. Davies, officiating. Interment in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 28, 1905

ID# 817

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Capt Lyndon J. Cole

unknown – April 12, 1896 Husband of Lydia Howe Cole

Ridge Road

Captain L.J. Cole, who had a stroke of paralysis over thirteen months ago, was out for the first time last week.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 5, 1895

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Captain Lyndon J. Cole died at his home in Sandy Creek on the 12th inst. He had served during the war, first in Captain A. J. Barney’s company, Twenty-fourth Infantry, and later in the Twenty-fourth Cavalry, in which he received his rank as Captain. The funeral took place on Wednesday

Source: Pulaski Democrat, April 22, 1896

ID# 818

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642275

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Phebe Cole

unknown – February 12, 1831 Plot: B

Note: Age 75 yrs. Wife of Aaron Cole.

ID# 819

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642276

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Ruth Wilder Weatherby Cole

unknown – May 1, 1907 Plot: D

Sandy Creek news., May 09, 1907, Page 5, Image 5

Note: Age 80 yrs.

ID# 820

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642278

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Sarah Cole

October 21, 1788 – June 8, 1869 Wife of Hymeneus Cole Plot: B

ID# 821

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Sarah Cole

unknown – January 20, 1860 Wife of Zabin Cole Plot: B

Note: Age 74 yrs., 9 mos., 22 days. Wife of Zabin Cole.

ID# 822

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642279

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Willard Cole

unknown – August 28, 1888 Plot: D

ID# 823

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Larry D. Collins

June 25, 1947 – December 20, 2013

Larry D. Collins, 66, of Sandy Creek, passed away Friday at Upstate Medical University Hospital. Calling hours will be Friday, Dec. 27, from 5 to 7 p.m. with services to follow at Summerville Funeral Home in Sandy Creek. Spring burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Dec. 21 to Dec. 22, 2013

Larry D. Collins

Larry D. Collins, 66, of Sandy Creek, NY, passed away on Friday, Dec. 20, 2013 at Upstate University Hospital. Born in Plattsburg, N.Y., he was the son of the late Owen and Louise Collins.

Larry served in the Navy from 1964 to 1968 on the USS Wasp, and participated in the recovery of Gemini Spacecraft in the Pacific. After his service in the Navy he worked in Syracuse as a machinist and then for various construction companies in the area.

He was predeceased by his son Timothy Collins. Surviving are his daughters, Audrey (Marcus) Easterling of Avondale, AZ, Tammie Horton of Mexico, NY, Tina Moseuk of Mexico, NY, granddaughters; Nevaeh Easterling, Victoria Horton and Amber Moseuk, brothers; Lance (Rita) Collins of Sandy Creek, NY, John (Linda) Collins of Sandy Creek, NY, sisters; Sheila (Jim) Clark of Sandy Creek, NY, Linda Booth of Watertown, NY, Deborah Collins of Watertown, NY and many loving nieces, nephews and cousins.

Larry was an avid Nascar fan and worked as a crew member on race cars for family and friends. He always enjoyed summers at boat beach with family and friends.

Calling hours will be Friday, Dec. 27,from 5 to 7 pm with services to follow at Summerville Funeral Home in Sandy Creek. Spring burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Donations can be made in his memory to the Woodlawn Cemetery Association, PO Box 178 Sandy Creek, NY 13145.

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Louise A Brileya Collins

January 27, 1921 – January 17, 1995

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, January 18, 1995

Louise A. Collins, 73, Seeber Shores Road, died Tuesday at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse, where she had been a patient since Jan. 3.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday in St. Frances Church, Lacona, with the Rev. Anthony Keeffe, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Summerville Funeral Home.

Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Lung Association.

Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. James (Sheila) Clark, Sandy Creek, Mrs. Ken (Linda) Booth, Oxnard, Calif., and Mrs. Alan (Deborah) Gross, Pillar Point; three sons, Lance and John, both of Sandy Creek, and Larry, Lacona; 22 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Hazel Schaffer, Boston, Mary Edwards, Middlebury, Vt., and Mildred Collins, Plattsburgh; a brother, Andrew Brileya, Ticonderoga, and several nieces and nephews.

Three sisters and three brothers died before her.

Born Jan. 27, 1921, in Bridport, Vt., a daughter of Arthur and Cora Jabot Brileya, she was educated in Vermont.

She married Owen G. Collins on Feb. 11, 1942, in Our Lady of Victory Church, Plattsburgh. The couple lived in Plattsburgh, Malone and Massena, before moving to Sandy Creek in 1961. Mr. Collins, a retired master mechanic, died Aug. 18, 1985.

Mrs. Collins was a communicant of St. Frances Church.

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Owen G Collins

February 6, 1922 – August 18, 1985

Owen G. Collins

Services for Owen G. Collins, 63,

of Upton Road, Sandy Creek, who

died Sunday, August 18, 1985, at

the House of the Good Samaritan

Hospital, Watertown, were at 10

a.m., Thursday in St. Frances

Church, Lacona. Burial was in

Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy

Creek.

Calling hours were from 2 to 4

and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at

Summerville Funeral Home, 8192

Harwood Drive, Sandy Creek.

A native of LaSalle, Mr. Collins

lived in Plattsburgh and Massena

before moving to Sandy Creek in

1961. He was a retired master

mechanic.

Mr. Collins was a member of

Local 545 of the Operating

Engineers Union. An Army

veteran of World War II, Mr.

Collins was a member of the

American Legion and Veterans of

Foreign Wars posts in Plattsburgh.

Surviving are his wife, Louise;

three sons, Lance and Larry, both

of Sandy Creek, and John of

Altmar; three daughters, Shelia

Clark of Lacona, Linda Booth of

Watertown and Deborah Collins

of Fort Worth, Texas; a brother,

Rodney of Plattsburgh; four

sisters, Carmene Preavy of Vermont,

Lola Cool of California,

Gloria Pinko and Winona Collins,

both of Utah; 20 grandchildren,

five great-grandchildren and

several nieces and nephews

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Charles W. Colony

1846 – May 27, 1919

CHARLES W. COLONY

In the passing away of Charles W. Colony, at his home in Sandy Creek Tuesday afternoon, May 27, 1919, the town lost a citizen who had been closely associated with its best interests and who had done his bit for its business and social welfare for half a century. He was a landmark in the community and a representative man. His departure is bewailed and keenly felt by those who learned to trust, honor and love him. He was born at Locke, Cayuga county, in 1846, being the son of Abraham and Rachel Kenyon Colony. The family moved to Adams Center when he was eight years old, whereafter completing his educational training at the Eastman Business College, Poughkeepsie, he entered upon a business career, first with Hammond & Parker at Adams Center and later as clerk in Campbell’s dry goods establishment in Watertown. A branch store of this concern was opened in Sandy Creek in the building, called the House block, and was located near the Salisbury mill, now owned by Osborn & Dorland. Mr. Colony had charge of this store for several years, and later he bought the property on South Main street, where he conducted a hardware and plumbing business for many decades. His skill and dexterity in his chosen vocation elicited many flattering comments from his numerous customers. He was united in marriage to Emma Tallman, Lafargeville, in 1868, who departed this life in 1913. Three children blessed their union, who survive. Don A. Colony, Lacona, Assistant District Attorney of Oswego County; Mrs. W. S. Quencer, Watertown, and Mrs. Leo C. Lewis, Washington, D.C. In 1914 he was married the second time to Mrs. Anna Potter, Minneapolis, who is left to mourn the loss of a true and faithful husband.

His funeral service was held at his late home Thursday afternoon, May 29. His pastor, Rev. T.T Davies officiating. Interment in the family lot at Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek Lodge No. 564, F. and A. M., of which he was an Ideal member, and its secretary for several years, attended in a body. The floral tributes was expressive of the high esteem in which he was held by his friends.

There have been few enterprises in the town untouched by his influence. For a quarter of a century without intermission he was the efficient superintendent of the Fair Association. His services as a member of the Board of Education and trustee of the Congregational church were most valuable. His trained mind and sane judgment added weight and worth to his standing in the community. He was a born inventor and many of his inventions are known in the commercial world. A man of excellent party, loved, respected and trusted by those that knew him.

C.W. Colony first served as general superintendent of the Sandy Creek, Richland, Orwell and Boylston Agricultural Society in 1879; he also served from 1884-1887 and from 1890 to the time of his death it was always his ambition to make the receipts of his department larger with each succeeding year. In this he was generally successful. He also always served on the racing committee and took an interest in the speeding of fine horses. For a long time he was overseer of the poor in the town of Sandy Creek and his record for careful administration of the duties of the office over a long period are unparalleled.

Through his inventive genius the first attempt to flange out the ice and snow on Northern railroads was made effective. He also developed the tubular lift lantern which proved so popular, and is even today so universally used.

He was the first chief of the local fire department and always retained an active interest in it affairs, attending its meetings and planning for its betterment. He frequently served as village official and was superintendent of the water system from it inception.

At the time of the construction of the system he was an active representative of the village on the job looking after every detail and the efficiency of the system was largely due to C.W. Colony and A.E. Sherman, who deemed no effort to great. All the mains were laid at a safe depth that was thought excessive by the contractor. Yet the lapse of years has proved the wisdom of this planning.

The Colony store was the open forum for the discussion of village. Here the men of the community would gather; here Hon. D.E. Ainsworth, Udelle Bartlett and others would sit around the stove, smoke, shuck peanuts and discuss town, county and national affairs.

Source: Sandy Creek News, May 29, 1919

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Judge Don A. Colony

October 7, 1874 – February 19, 1950 Husband of Lillian E. Truex

Former County Judge Colony Dies Suddenly

This community was shocked to learn of the sudden death of Judge Don A. Colony, which occurred here Sunday morning, February 19, 1950 at 10 o’clock at his home. Although he had been ill for about two weeks, it was not realized that his condition was critical and the news of his passing was unexpected by the wide circle of his friends and acquaintances here and throughout Oswego county.

Judge Colony, who was an influential figure in professional and political circles in Northern New York, retired in 1944 because of the age limit set on his office, having served for 16 years as county judge, from 1929 to 1944. Previously he served as district attorney, having been elected to that position in 1921 and holding it until the fall of 1928.

Judge Colony had also been assistant district attorney and children’s court judge. It was during his term of office that the Oswego county judge was first given jurisdiction of murder cases.

Was Lifelong Resident Here

He was a lifelong resident of Sandy Creek, having been born here October 7, 1874, the only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Colony. His father was a well known business man here, conducting a plumbing and hardware business, and was active in the Sandy Creek Fair association. The son was graduated from Sandy Creek High school in 1894 and then taught school for five terms, part of the time in Ellisburg, and also in the Woodruff district. He studied law with Attorney H.L. Wallace in the Ainsworth law office and March 1, 1899 was admitted to the bar, after which he began practicing law in Lacona.

In 1902 Judge Colony was first elected to public office, being elected as town clerk of Sandy Creek; a position he held through 1905. In 1906 he became assistant district attorney, holding this office for 15 years, then became district attorney in 1922. After seven years in the latter office he resigned in 1928 to accept the nomination and election to the office of county judge, which office he most ably and efficiently filled.

Active in Public Service

In addition to his duties as a county official, the judge served on the board of Education of Sandy Creek High school for more than 15 years, retiring in 1930. He was a member of the Woodlawn Cemetery board; a member of the Advisory Board of the Oswego County Girl Scout Council and a director and counsel of the Oswego County National bank. Previously he served in the same capacity in the Oswego County Trust Company in Fulton.

During World War II he served on the Oswego selective service board.

At the time of his retirement from the county judgeship he was honored at a testimonial dinner given by his friends of the bench and bar. He received a 50-year Masonic service medal from the Grand Lodge F. and A.M. of the State of New York last fall.

Judge Colony was a member of the Congregational church which was formerly in existence in Sandy Creek, and served as a trustee. His fraternal affiliations included Sandy Creek Lodge No. 564 F. & A.M., Pulaski Chapter Royal Arch Masons, Watertown Commandery and Media Temple A.A.N.M.S. of Watertown; Oswego, Elks Lodge and also the Rainbow Shores Country Club. He was for many years interested in light harness racing and in his younger days owned and drove trotters at the Sandy Creek Fair.

Married 46 Years Ago

In 1904 he was united in marriage to Miss Lillian E. Truex of Altmar, the daughter of the late Peter W. and Ellen Smith Truex. Judge and Mrs. Colony had one daughter, Irene Beth who on October 20, 1928, while driving home from Syracuse University, where she was a senior, was killed in an automobile accident.

The judge is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lillian Truex Colony and by one sister, Agnes, Mrs. Leo C. Lewis of Fulton. A sister Florence Irene, died in infancy and another sister, Mrs. Blanche Quencer, died in Florida January 11, 1931.

Funeral services for Judge Colony were held Thursday afternoon and included private prayer services at 1:30 from the family home, followed by services at 2 in the Methodist church. Rev. Herbert Harrison, pastor, officiated. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Bearers were Joseph Fox, Oswego County Probation officer, from Oswego; Glenn Truex of New Jersey, and Carl Truex of Fulton, nephews of Mrs. Colony; Edward Bock of Fulton, who is a nephew by marriage; and Willard Rowam and Durl Clement of Sandy Creek, representatives of the bar association of Oswego County acted as honorary bearers, Fellow Masons and members of the County Bar and Banker’s Associations attended the funeral in a body.

The Oswego County Court was recessed Thursday out of respect for Judge Colony and attorneys and court attaches, attended the funeral service. The county judge’s office as well as the probation office closed also.

Members of the Jefferson County Bar Association who had expected to attend were unable to do so due to the storm which was even worse in that area than here. A spokesman for the group telephoned Rev. Harrison Thursday morning that they would not be able to make the trip here.

Lacona business places were closed during the funeral hour in tribute to Judge Colony.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 23, 1950

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Emma J. Tallman Colony

August 11, 1848 – June 7, 1913

MRS. CHARLES W. COLONY

In the passing away of Mrs Chas. W. Colony which occurred at her home on Railroad St. Saturday morning June 7, a vacancy was made in the Social life of the community that will long remain unfilled and which brought pain into the hearts of a large circle of friends. The loss sustained by her unexpected death is keenly felt by those who knew her, and many are the expressions of sorrow because of her departure. She was one that was trusted by her associates, and loved by her many friends. It could be truthfully said of her,-

“That she uttered what she thought, and nothing more or less”

And when she prayed her heart was in her prayer. She could not say one thing, and mean another.

“If she couldn’t pray, she would not make believe.”

The departed was born at La Fargeville, N.Y. Aug. 11, 1848, being the youngest daughter of John and Phebe (Mathers) Tallman. Her father is remembered as a man of sterling qualities, and as one of the representative men of his town and county.

She was married Feb. 25, 1869 to C.W. Colony, who with three children, Don A. of Lacona, Mrs W.S. Quencer of Watertown and Agnes of Sandy Creek survive her- their oldest child, Irene, died in infancy. Also one sister survives, Mrs. Bushnell of this village.

All her married life was spent in Sandy Creek, it was here that she was brought as a young bride nearly a half century ago.

The immediate cause of her death was heart failure, aggravated during her short illness by other complications.

Her funeral which was largely attended by her sorrowing and sympathizing friends, was held at her late home Monday afternoon June 9. Her pastor Rev. T.T. Davies officiated. Internment in the family lot in Woodlawn Cemetery.

The departed was closely identified with the social and religious life of the community, and the circles in which she gave her presence, and in which she was wont to serve, shall greatly miss her. She rendered faithful service as treasurer of the Ladies Aid Society of the Congregational Church, and her advice and help were always at the disposal of the Church, of which she was a member. She was an active member of the Order of the Eastern Star, and gave to the order its full measure of her devotion.

Among the many beautiful traits of her character were her charitable disposition, her sincerity, her loyalty to her friends and her kindness of heart. She emphasized what was good in those with whom she came in contact, and her nature was not to expose human imperfections, but to cover it with the broad mantle of kindness and charity.

“Death is delightful. Death is dawn

The waking from a weary night

Of fevers unto truth and light”.

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 12 1913

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Florence Irene Colony

unknown – unknown

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Irene Bethyl Colony

July 9, 1908 – October 20, 1920

Not in many years, if indeed at any time in our history, our whole community, has been so burdened with excessive sorrow, as when the news reached here last Saturday afternoon, October 20, that Irene Bethyl Colony had suddenly passed away in an automobile accident, which occurred on the Cicero-South Bay road, one and one-half miles east of Cicero.

Accompanied by two of her college friends, Miss Josephine W. Snyder, of Allentown, Pa., and Miss Mary Louise Groman of Bethlehem, Pa., she left the Alpha Chi Omega chapter house, shortly after 1:30 in the afternoon to spend the week-end at the home of her parents, Hon. and Mrs. Don A. Colony, Sandy Creek. The wet condition of the road is held responsible for the accident. The driver of the car, by the impact of the machine against a tree, was instantly deprived of life, while her guests escaped with minor bruises.

“Death loves a shining mark.”

The lives that fall by the wayside are often the indispensable ones. Those whose career is early ended, are the gifted; the consecrated and the good. Those endowed by nature and grace, for tisetulness and service, are ushered out of the world, leaving it emptier and poorer, by reason of their absence. Who shone brighter during the twenty years of her life than Bethyl Colony? Beautiful in countenance, keen in intellect, vivacious in spirit and pure and unselfish in character. The unfolding of her life, was like a beautiful flower, with its fragrance, color and beauty, eliciting praise, and adding pleasure to the atmosphere, where she lived. Her magnetic personality made her a favorite in every circle, and among all her friends.

While a junior in Syracuse University, she was selected as one of the most beautiful members of her class and before Thanksgiving of last year, she was chosen, from many contestants, to have her picture adorn the first page of a special Thanksgiving edition of the Syracuse Herald. The

posture is a remarkable one. The expression of the face, is madonna-like and the folded hands and closed eyes, are expressive of reverence, gratitude and trust. Within recent weeks, she was appointed to the position of business manager of the woman’s staff of the Onondagan, the yearbook of the University. Prior to this appointment, she held the position of women’s advertising’ manager. In addition to her work on the Onondagan, her activities have been evident in connection with other literary enterprises, having held several positions on the Daily Orange, the daily paper of Syracuse University. She held membership in Alpha Chi Omega, social sorority, and in an honorary society. She was also an associate editor of the Orange Peel and a member of the German Club, and Y.W.C.A. In every circle, her leadership was recognized and her influence for good among her associates was far reaching.

The departed was born in Lacona, July 9, 1908, being the only daughter of Hon. and Mrs. D.A. Colony. She graduated from the Sandy Creek High School in the Class of 1925, and entered Syracuse University the fall of the same year. Blessed with an acquiring mind and an understanding heart, her progress in her college studies was self-evident. Early in life, she united with the Congregational church and t taught the infant class in Sunday School for several years.

The twenty years that we had Bethyl with us, seem but a span, and of short duration, yet when we think of her activities, the pace at which she lived, the earnestness of her endeavor her many achievements and the good she did, we cannot but feel that she lived long and well and finished in her young womanhood, the work that God meant for her to do.

“We live in deeds, not years, in thoughts not breaths;

In feelings, not in figures on a dial;

“We should count time by heart-throbs.

He most lives

Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best.”

Her obsequies, one of the largest ever seen here, was held at the Congregational church, Tuesday, October 23, at 2 p.m. Friends from long and near distances congregated to show sympathy and shed a silent tear. Rev. T. T. Davies, officiating; Miss Elizabeth Miller presiding at the piano.

The love of friends was expressed by a wealth of beautiful flowers. The floral tributes were unusual in their abundance and superbness. It is unoften that such expression of love and respect is shown those “we have loved long since, and lost awhile.”

The home was a veritable garden of flowers and the platform and alcove at the church, we re profusely covered with these tokens, of deepest love, and sincerest affection for dear

Bethyl called to her heavenly home.

Interment in the family lot in Woodlawn cemetery.

“We have loved her,

we love her, we shall love her.”

The casket in which the precious body of the one departed reposed was conveyed to its resting place by Leo and Glenn Truex, Robert Farr and, Sloane Barker, Daison MacCallum and Gerald J. Stack. Members of Alpha Chi Omega attended in a body and acted as escort and were accompanied by Mrs. G.S. VanAuken, National President of Alpha Chi Omega sorority.

The family, Mr. and Mrs. Colony, and her bethrothed, Melvin S. Morse, a graduate of Syracuse University, Class of 1928 and now a member of The Brookmire Economic Service, New York City, have the sympathy and prayers of their numerous friends in their bereavement. Above the resting place of lovely and beautiful Bethyl may:

“Warm summer sun, shine brightly here,

Warm southern wind, blow softly here,

Green sod above, lie light, lie light

Good night dear heart, good night, good

night.”

Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 25, 1928

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Saved a Hen, but Lost Her Life

Irene Bethyl Colony was killed and Mary Groman and Josephine Snyder were slightly injured when their car skidded on the wet pavement and struck a tree one day last week near Cicero. Miss Colony, who was driving, tried to avoid hitting a hen and in saving the hen lost her own life.

The three girls were Syracuse University students.

Source: The Brookfield Courier, Nov 7, 1928

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CARD OF THANKS

Yes, dear members of the Class, of 1925 of S.C.C.S,, you have been so wonderful and so faithful during the past 25 long years in placing the baskets of beautiful flowers on the grave of your classmate, Irene Bethyl Colony, which her Father and I have always appreciated, but now it’s only I -the lone Mother— left to thank you—which you know

I do, more than any words can express.

Mrs. Don A. Colony,

(adv. 14)

Source: Sandy Creek News, July 6, 1950

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Lillian E. Truex Colony

1878 – 1958 Wife of Don A. Colony

ID# 832

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Jack Comstock

1946 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 833

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Julie Ann Comstock

1979 – 1981 Daughter of Jack & Sandra Comstock Plot: Q

ID# 834

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Sandra Crouse Comstock

1949 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 835

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Albert R. Cook

April 24, 1837 – August 7, 1913 Plot: O

Sandy Creek news., August 14, 1913, Page 5, Image 5

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Alice Tilton Cook

unknown – June 10, 1977

ID# 837

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Caleb Cook

January 4, 1855 – June 8, 1861 Son of N and J Cook

ID# 838

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Eda Corse Cook

January 13, 1878 – October 29, 1958

SANDY CREEK- Mrs. Eda Cook, 80, widow of George Cook, died at the Mannsville nursing home yesterday afternoon. She had been in failing health for 20 years.

Mrs. Cook was born on Jan. 13, 1878 at Sandy Creek, the daughter of Wilbur F. and Charlotte Mary Stevens Corse. Her entire life was spent here, where she attended local schools. On Jan. 19, 1898 she was married to George Cook. He died last spring.

She was a member of the Baptist church, a past president of the Philathea class, past treasurer of the Ladies’ Aid, a member of the Lake Ontario, OES, and a member of the Rhamadant Chapter, DAR.

Survivors include a daughter Mrs. Martin Presley, Sandy Creek; a sister, Mrs. Lulu Trumbull, Mexico; several grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Weston and Woodard funeral home, Rev. Robert, pastor of the Baptist church, will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9

Source: The Palladium Times, Oct 30, 1958

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Fannie A. Peck Cook

June 20, 1866 – May 27, 1929 Plot: P

Sandy Creek news., June 06, 1929, Page 4, Image 4

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Flora M. Robbins Cook

1856 – April 26, 1926

MRS. NEWTON COOK

Seldom is a loss more keenly felt, or a larger vacancy left in the life of a community, than has been occasioned by the passing away Friday morning, April 46, Flora, wife of Dr.

Newton Cook. The departed was a woman of rare Christian faith, who emphasized in her life, the things that beautify and enrich character. Her practical wisdom, and kindliness of heart, endeared her to those who came in contact with her. She entered heartily and sympathetically into all activities, that make for better homes, schools and community, and the serene, silent beauty of her life exerted an influence that was far reaching and helpful.

Mrs. Cook was born November 3, 1856, on a farm a little east of Lacona, known in recent years as the Bartlett farm, her parents being Benjamin and Julia Grinnell Robbins. Her father is remembered as an enterprising farmer, whose energy and business acumen qualified him for leadership in the affairs of the community. He represented his town on the board of supervisors during the Civil War period in ’61,’62,’65, ’66, and his district in the state legislature. He was town superintendent of public schools for several years and was a prominent Republican, being county committeeman at the time of his death. Of him it has been recorded by local historians that he was many times elected to the highest places of public trust in the gift of the people of the county, a man ever found unwavering in his integrity and fidelity. For fifteen years he was superintendent of the Congregational Sunday School. After his death, Mrs. Robbins erected the residence which has been in the family ever since, and has been the home of Dr. and

Mrs. Cook since their marriage. When built fifty years ago it stood quite alone. Her education was obtained at the

Sandy Creek High School, where she taught in after years.

She was united in marriage to Dr. Newton Cook, February 25, 1880, who survives her. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Frank Olmsted, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Mrs. C.M. Seeley, Los Angeles, Calif. Seven weeks ago, she was stricken with organic heart trouble, which insidiously undermined her strength, and brought to a close a life of quiet dignity and usefulness.

Her obsequies were held at her late home, Sunday afternoon, April 18. A concourse of sorrowing friends were in attendance, Rev. T. T: Davies officiating. Interment in the family lot at Woodlawn cemetery. The love of friends was lavishly expressed by a wealth of beautiful flowers.

Mrs. Cook united with the Congregational Church, February 25, 1872, and thereafter adorned her Christian profession, with a humble, faithful consistent Christian living. To evade duty and shirk responsibility was foreign to her nature. She believed in the prayer meeting and attended it, was in sympathy with the church and supported it, was interested in missions and prayer for the advancement of the Kingdom of God in the world. She had faith in the Sunday School and gave the full measure of devotion to teach the Bible to others. Her Sunday School Class had an enrollment of fifty members. The Filecclesia class was organized by her more than ten years ago, and the activities of the class have be en mainly due to the influence of her personality. The members attended her funeral in a body, and felt deeply the irreparable loss sustained by the passing away of their friend and teacher.

She was a charter member of the Wednesday Club and for a long period its efficient president. Thus her undiminished interest in the welfare of others, and the whole-hearted manner in which she served her Divine Master, made her life a benediction and won for her the love and esteem of those who knew her.

“Now is done thy long day’s work

Fold thy palms across thy breast

Peace is thine, and heavenly rest.”

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 22, 1926

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Frances “Fannie” Peck Cook

1875 – May, 1929

MRS. JOSEPH COOK

On Monday night at 9:15 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Paul J. Woodard occurred the death of Mrs. Joseph Cook, aged 54 years. Fannie P. Cook was born in 1875, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Peck; who came into this town from Rensselaer county in the early fifties. She was married November 16, 1892, to Joseph Cook, the couple making their home on the farm where Mrs. Cook was born.

She is survived by her husband and four children, Mrs. Hugh Stowell, Mrs. Paul J. Woodard, Mrs. Lester Zufelt and Theodore Cook. Also surviving are a brother, Charles Peck, and four sisters, Mrs. Andrew Nash of Syracuse, Mrs. E. Williams of South Dakota, Mrs. K.D. Frary of Pulaski and Mrs. H. Baldwin of Mannsville.

The funeral will be held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Paul Woodard, Friday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, May 30, 1929

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Her and Joseph’s wedding was a double one, done with her brother Clarence and Ada Hadley

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George Peck Cook

December 21, 1872 – February 15, 1958 Plot: Q

Sandy Creek news., February 20, 1958, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 843

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Jane Newton Cook

December 25, 1821 – April 30, 1883 Wife of Nicholas Cook Plot: C

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Joseph Cook

November 12, 1861 – September 22, 1944

Joseph A. Cook, Retired Farmer, Dies at Age of 83

Joseph A. Cook passed away at his farm home in Sandy Creek, Friday morning, Sept. 22, 1944. Mr. Cook, who has been in failing health for the past year, was born in Vienna, N.Y., Oneida county, November 12, 1861, a son of George Washington Cook and Almira Raut.

For several years of his early life, he taught school, later following various occupations, which took him into many of the western states. On Nov. 16, 1892, he was married to Fannie A. Peck, and at that time purchased the Harrison Peck homestead, where he lived the rest of his life. Mrs. Cook passed away several years ago.

He has related many times how when they purchased the farm that they had between them $86 to start out with, nevertheless, with hard work and good management, they paid for their farm, brought up and educated three daughters and one son.

Mr. Cook lived what can be termed a full life. A hard working, industrious farmer, always experimenting on the better methods of production, he was a great lover of fine cattle and horses. He was active in community affairs, was a member oi the Vienna Methodist Church and when what is known as the Center Church was the center of activities in the western part of Sandy Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Cook took a very active, part in its functions.

Rev. B.A. Walton, Camden, N.Y., who officiated at Mr. Cook’s funeral, began his ministry as pastor of the Center Methodist Church. For nearly 40 years, Mr. Cook has been a member of the Sandy Creek Grange, No. 127, being recognized as one of its Silver Certificate members. He was a loyal

member of the Maccabees and a very enthusiastic member of the Dairymen’s League.

Mr. Cook was a very even tempered man, with a noble character, always ready to help his fellow men in the time of need and to do it with a smile. In Mr. Cook’s later

years he spent his winters with his daughter, Mrs. Lois Woodard, going back to his son’s, Theodore R. Cook, in the summer, where up until the past year, he enjoyed working

in his garden. He loved to read his newspaper and listen to the news on his radio, predicting many developments pertaining to the war which have come to be realities.

Politically he was a very staunch Republican.

Mr. Cook is survived by one son, Theodore R. Cook, Sandy Creek; three daughters, Lois C. Woodard, Sandy Creek; Mrs. Pauline Zufelt, Pulaski; Beatrix Stowell, Lacona; one sister, Mrs. Nettie Powell, North Bay; two brothers, George Cook, Lacona, and James Cook, Vienna; twelve grandchildren and one great granddaughter.

The funeral services for Mr. Cook were held from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lois G. Woodard, Monday, Sept. 25, 1944, with Rev. B.A. Walton, Camden, officiating, assisted by Rev. Robert Holmes, Boonville. Acting bearers were Elwin Stevens, Ray Stevens, Robert Steele, Lennie Hilton, Henry Corse, Bert Cummings, all personal friends and neighbors of Mr. Cook.

Interments was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek

Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 4, 1944

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His and Fannie’s marriage was a double one, done with Ada Hadley & Clarence Peck

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Dr Newton G. Cook

July 1, 1854 – January 7, 1940 Husband of Flora M. Robbins Cook

Vicinity Obituary

Dr. Newton Cook

SANDY CREEK, Jan. 8- Dr. Newton Cook died at his home in Railroad street early Saturday morning. Dr. Cook had been in poor health for several years but had been critically ill for only a week.

Dr. Cook was born July 1, 1831, in Argusville, Schoharie county, came to Sandy Creek in 1876 with his family and completed his reading of medicine with Dr. J. Lyman Buckley. Later he graduated from the University Medical College of the City of New York and began to practice medicine in Sandy Creek.

He was the son of Jane Newton and Nicholas Cook. In 1881 Dr. Cook married Flora M. Robbins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Robbins. They made their home on Railroad street, where the doctor continued to live following the death of his wife several years ago.

Dr. Cook belonged to that generation of doctors that included Dr. A.L. Thompson, Dr. Buckley, and Dr. S.J. Vincent. They traveled long distances with horses and buggy, and endured many hardships.

The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home with the Rev. Edward O. Holyoke of Elmira, officiating. He will be assisted by the Rev. F. Dwight Blinn of Sandy Creek. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Oswego Palladium Times, Jan 8, 1940

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January 10, 1940, Dr Newton Cook, widely known local physician since 1880, died Jan 7. He was one of the last all around country doctors Dr E.O. Holyoke of Providence, R.I. who had known him for many years officiated at his funeral

Source: Sandy Creek News, 1940

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Nicholas Cook

April 14, 1817 – December 4, 1897 Plot: C

ID# 847

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Theodore R. Cook

July 30, 1898 – April 28, 1982

Theodore R. Cook, age 83, of Lake Rd., Sandy Creek, died Wednesday, April 28, at the Hillcrest Nursing Home, Oswego, where he resided since July 15, 1980.

He was born July 30, 1898 at the family homestead in the Town of Sandy Creek. He was the son of Joseph and Fannie Peck Cook. He was educated in the Sandy Creek District Schools and attended Cornell University.

On October 2, 1926, he married the former Alice Tilton in Boylston. They lived all their married life in the Town of Sandy Creek. Mr. Cook is a retired dairy farmer and a woodsman. His wife died June 10, 1977.

He was a member of the Sandy Creek United Methodist church, of which he formerly served on the church board of trustees, and a 50 year member of the Sandy Creek Grange, No. 127.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Florence) Rawlings, Copenhagen, N.Y., and Mrs. Robert (Nina) Lee, Brownsville, N.Y., a sister, Mrs. Hugh (Beatrix) Stowell, Lacona, 5 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Saturday, May 1, 1982, at 11 a.m. from the Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. Stanley Tanner, pastor of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, May 5, 1982

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Viola Cook

December 9, 1858 – April 12, 1881 Daughter of N and J Cook

ID# 849

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Abigail Eastern Coon

August, 1795 – May 13, 1857 Wife of Peter Coon Plot: B

Note: Age 61 yrs., 9 mos. Wife of Peter Coon.

ID# 850

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Alice Lillian West Coon

August 21, 1871 – July, 1949 Wife of Orin P. Coon Plot: O

The Pulaski Democrat., July 21, 1949, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 851

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Amanda J. Coon

unknown – unknown Plot: R

ID# 852

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Anna Coon

unknown – January 30, 1887 Daughter of Peter & Abigail Coon Plot: B

Note: Age 17 yrs. Daughter of Peter & Abigail Coon.

ID# 853

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Daniel Coon

November 29, 1884 – January 16, 1959 Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., January 22, 1959, Page 3, Image 3

ID# 854

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Earl J. Coon

August 30, 1892 – April, 1965 Plot: O

The Pulaski Democrat., April 15, 1965, Page 3, Image 3

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Florence S Stevens Coon

October 29, 1851 – September, 1927

Sandy Creek News Sept 22 1927

Mrs. Florence S. Coon, wife of Herbert Coon, died at her home west of Sandy Creek, Tuesday forenoon, September 20, about 11 o’clock, following a short illness. Mrs. Coon was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aalonzo Stevens and was born in Pulaski, October 29 185l. She has passed her entire life, in the towns of Richland and Sandy Creek. She is survived by her husband, two sisters, Mrs. Ida Newell of Syracuse and Mrs. WF. Corse of Lacona, and one brother, B, B. Stevens of Sandy Creek. Funeral services were held at the home Rev. Davies of Sandy Creek officiating. Burial in Woodlawn cemetery in Sandy Creek.

ID# 856

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Franklin A. Coon

unknown – unknown

Franklin A. Coon

PULASKI—Franklin A. Coon, 83, of 2100 Court St., Syracuse, a native of Pulaski, died yesterday in Crouse-Irving hospital after a long illness.

He had been a Syracuse resident 35 years and was a member of First Methodist church. He was connected with several businesses, but before retiring in 1952 he was associated with the Merchants National Bank & Trust Co.

Mr. Coon is survived by his wife, Mrs. Leontine Coon; four nephews, Earl Coon of Watertown, Harold Coon of Fulton, Ivan Coon of Oswego, and James Chawgo of Pulaski.

Services will be at 11 a. m., Thursday in the Laurence Van Dusen funeral home, 136 W. Castle St. the Rev. Dr. Albert L. Baner, pastor of the First Methodist church officiating. The nephews will act as bearers.

Friends may call from 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. tomorrow at the funeral home. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery

ID# 857

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George Coon

May 17, 1880 – February 7, 1946

GEORGE W. COON

George W. Coon, 65, a lifelong resident of this township died Thursday, February 7, 1946, in a Syracuse hospital following ia long illness. Born in Sandy Creek May 17, 1880, he was the son of Nathan and Jane Howard Coon. He, was a farmer in the vicinity, of Sandy Pond his entire life, operating a firm on the north road below the Scenic highway for many years until ill health forced him to discontinue his activities.

Survivors include one brother, Daniel Coon and a sister, Mrs. Fred Kiblin, both of Sandy Creek, another sister, Mrs. Lena Pryor of Mannsville.

Funeral rites were conducted at 2 Sunday afternoon in the Foster Funeral home, Pulaskl, with Rev. Herbert Harrison officiating. The body was placed in Sandy Creek vault for burial in the spring in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 13 1946

ID# 858

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Harriet E. Ellis Middleton Coon

1885 – August 8, 1964 Plot: O

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Herbert U Coon

September 3, 1885 – June 2, 1929 Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., June 06, 1929, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 860

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Jane Howard Coon

September 7, 1844 – August 20, 1919 Wife ofNathan Coon Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., August 28, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 861

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Joseph D. Coon

1874 – 1940 Plot: O

ID# 862

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Lovina Coon

unknown – October 9, 1876 Plot: B

Note: Age 75 yrs. Wife of Peter Coon.

ID# 863

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Lydia A. Orton Coon

1834 – 1919

MRS. LYDIA COON

Mrs. Lydia Coon, widow of Peter Coon, was born in Williamstown, July 2, 1834 and passed away April 22 at the home of her son, Milton J. Coon, in Richland, aged about 85 years. She leaves to mourn, six children, Willis, of Lacona; Mrs. Louisa Chawgo, of Pulaski; Mrs. Julia Van Alstine, of Lacona; Oren Coon, Pulaski; Milton Coon, of Richland and Frank Coon, of Lockport; three brothers, Ira Orton, Pulaski; Wm. Orton, of Pineville, Ethel Orton, of Richland and a host of friends who will mourn her loss.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, April 30, 1919

ID# 864

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Minnie S. Austin Coon

1874 – 1971 Wife of Joseph D. Coon Plot: O

ID# 865

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Nathan Coon

1836 – July 3, 1921 Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., July 14, 1921, Page 4, Image 4

Note: Age 85 yrs., 7 mos.

ID# 866

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Oren P. Coon

March 28, 1865 – October 27, 1941

SERVICES YESTERDAY FOR OREN P. COON

Oren P. Coon, 76, died at his home on Port Street early Monday morning following an illness of several months. He was born in Richland March 28, 1865, a son of Peter and Lydia Orton Coon. He was employed by the New York Central for 27 years and always lived in this vicinity.

Mr. and Mrs. Coon celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on September 2.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alice West Coon; two sons, Earl J. Coon of Watertown, and Harold W. Coon of Fulton; two brothers, Franklyn Coon of Syracuse and Willis H. Coon of Altmar; one sister, Mrs. Louisa Chawgo of Pulaski and three grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon with a service at the house at 1:30 and at the Methodist Church at two o’clock. Rev. W. A. Gardner, pastor, officiated. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery in Sandy Creek.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Oct 30, 1941

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Peter Coon

1793 – June 14, 1880 Plot: B

Note: Age 87 yrs.

ID# 868

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Peter P. Coon

1827 – August 10, 1913

PETER P. COON

Mr. Coon, whose death was noted last week, passed away at the family home on August 10. His parents were Peter Coon and Abigail Steele of Sandy Creek. He was drafted for the war of the Rebellion in 1865 and was married to Miss. Lydia Orton in 1856, who survives with six chrildren, this being the first break in the family circle. The children are: W.H. Coon of Lacona, Oren Coon of Pulaski, M.J. Coon of Richland, F.A. Coon of Oswego, Mrs. H.L. Chawgo of Maple Avenue and Mrs. Julia Van Alstine of Lacona. He is survived by one brother, Nathan Coon of Sandy Creek, four grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren.

Source: SANDY CREEK NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913

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William H. Coon

1898 – unknown Plot: R

ID# 870

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Winifred Nellis Coon

1900 – August 30, 1952 Wife of William H. Coon Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., September 04, 1952, Page 1, Image 1

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Dora Grace Barker Coonley

March 20, 1898 – April 17, 1971

Mrs. Dora G. Coonley, 73, of 112 Henderson street, Syracuse, and formerly of Sandy Creek, widow of Emory Coonley, died at her home Saturday morning, Apr. 17.

The funeral was Tuesday at 2p.m. at the Foster Hax Funeral Home with Rev. Virgil Hager, pastor of Sandy Creek Baptist church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Surviving, are a sister, Cora Bencur, Pulaski; nieces, nephews and cousins.

Born Mar. 20, 1898, at Mannsville, daughter of Newell and Martha White Barker, she attended Mannsville district school and had some practical nursing training in Syracuse.

On Oct. 17, 1917, she was married to Emory Coonley at Sandy Creek. He was employed by the New York Central Railroad company as a telegrapher before his death Nov. 8, 1960. Mrs. Coonley had lived in Syracuse for the last 25 years.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 21, 1971

ID# 872

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William Emory Coonley

1885 – unknown

He was in the 1940 census

ID# 873

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Fannie J. Chawgo Cork

1858 – 1915 Wife of Lewis C. Cork

ID# 874

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Lewis C. Cork

1844 – 1904 Husband of Fannie J. Cork

Lewis C. Cork.

Lewis C. Cork was born August 5, 1844 at Belleville and died February 21, 1904, at Sandy Creek. He was the oldest of six children of John and Zylpha A. Cork. In 1875 he was united in marriage to Fannie J. Chawgo, the oldest daughter of Hiram and Laura Chawgo. They have lived for each other for twentynine years, the last three of which he has been in poor health and has been tenderly watched over by a loving wife. A man of few words, he loved young people and was specially fond of the young people of this village, always had something to say to them. He was a devoted husband, a loving brother and those that knew him best will miss him most. He was a veteran of the rebellion, and is survived by a loving wife and three sisters, Mrs O.W. Felt of Star Lake, Mrs. F. Curtiss of Belleville, Miss Ida Cork of Cuba, N.Y.

Source: Sandy Creek News, March 3, 1904

Inscription:

Col 18th REGT NY CAV

ID# 875

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Alfred Lester Cornwell

July 5, 1884 – August 6, 1968

Alfred Lester Cornwell

Article in the New York Times announcing his death:

Published: August 6, 1968 Copyright © The New York Times

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Article in Time Magazine announcing his death: www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,838580,00.html#ixzz1QdMTJDE3

Died. Alfred Lester Cornwell, 84, former president (1946-54) and chairman (1951-56) of the F.W. Woolworth Co., who supervised the greatest growth in the firm’s history; in Brookfield, Conn. “I have seen the company go from the age of the Stanley Steamer to the jet,” said Cornwell on his retirement, and so he had, starting out as a stock boy in 1905 and climbing all the rungs to the top. He started the move into suburbia and expanded into South America, thereby boosting annual sales from $477 million to $700 million by the time he was ready to step down.

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Alfred Cornwell had only one child, a son with his wife Margaret Churchill, named: Bishop Churchill Cornwell (Sr.)

Note: Alfred was buried by his second wife, that did not join him in death at this location. He rests alone.

ID# 876

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Bishop Churchill Cornwell

1918 – 1979

Bishop C. Cornwell, Sr., 60

Word has been received of the death April 5 in Arizona of former Sandy Creek resident Bishop C. Cornwell, Sr., 60.

Services were conducted April 7 in Arizona. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery Sandy Creek.

Surviving is a son, Bishop Jr. of Arizona.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 25, 1979

Note: Same stone with Margaret Cornwell

ID# 877

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Francis Cornwell

February 11, 1818 – December 25, 1887

ID# 878

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Margaret Louise “Middie” Churchhill Cornwell

1891 – 1947

Margaret Louise Churchill who married Alfred Lester Cornwell in 1912. (Alfred Cornwell was the President of the F. W. Woolworth Company from 1946-1954)

She is buried next to her only son, Bishop Churchill Cornwell

Her parents were DR. Benjamin Franklin Churchill and Louise Juanita Nye (1st marriage Collins)(2nd in 1882, Churchill)(VT).

Margaret was known as “Middie” to her dear friends.

ID# 879

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Olin D. Cornwell

July 11, 1851 – May 21, 1910

LAKE SHORE

At the termination of a painful illness on the evening of May 21 occurred the death of one of our most highly esteemed townsmen, Olin D. Cornwell. Mr. Cornwell was a man who possessed a robust physique, and to the casual observer his chances of being numbered with the few who passed their eightieth birthday seemed very flattering. Since some time last winter he had been suffering from the development of internal abscesses which finally caused his death. At the time of his birth, his parents, Frances and Priscilla Cornwell, resided in the town of Worth, Jefferson Co., N. Y. At the age of seventeen with his parents he moved into Oswego county. Upon the first day of January, 1872, he was united in marriage to Captain William Bishop’s only daughter, Rosa J., who with the brother, M. D. Cornwell of Pulaski, a son, Alfred L. Cornwell, of Ogdensburg, a daughter, Laura J. Clark, of Adams survived him. For more than twenty years he has resided on the Captain Bishop farm. Mr. Cornwell was a farmer born. He enjoyed the constant contact with nature which is enjoyed by the practical, thorough agriculturalist such as Mr. Cornwell was. Being a student in agricultural methods and practices, he became a member of Pulaski Grange and also of the Ontario association P. of I. These societies have each lost a valuable member. He had already served his town as commissioner of highways and refused the second nomination for the same office. Last autumn he was elected assessor. Had he not been cut off he undoubtedly would have served his town for years to come as his sterling worth began to be appreciated. His love for the true, the useful and the beautiful, coupled with the cheerful disposition, contributed to his enjoyment and helped him to be a loving husband, a kind father, a good neighbor, a valuable and honored citizen. His modest, faithful companion, his children and the whole community have in his death sustained and irreparable loss. His funeral was held at his late home, the Rev. D. C. Hagan officiating. His remains were laid away to rest in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: 07 Jul 1910 Thursday , Sandy Creek News

ID# 880

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Polly Lamphere Cornwell

July, 1818 – November 25, 1908

MRS. POLLY CORNWELL

Mrs. Polly Cornwell, whose death was briefly announced last week, was the daughter of Isaac Lamphere. She was the youngest of ten children all of whom she had survived.

She was born in Lorraine in 1818 and married in 1846 to Nelson Muzzy, with whom she came to the town of Sandy Creek, where she resided on the farm adjoining that owned by Olin Cornwell in the western part of the town. One daughter was born to them who died when eighteen years of age. This was followed by the death of Mr. Muzzy in 1865. In 1876 she was married to Francis Cornwell and moved to the village of Sandy Creek something over twenty years ago. She was a conscientious member of the Methodist church for many years. She is survived by two stepsons, Matthew and Olin Cornwell. For over thirty years she has been confined to the use of crutches and for about ten years she has been bedridden except when relieved by the use of a wheeled chair. Mrs. Cornwell was highly esteemed by a large circle of friends who gathered at the house on Friday last to pay their last tribute of respect. Rev. W. M. Hydon officiated and their remains were laid to rest in Woodlawn cemetery.

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Priscilla Lepper Cornwell

July 27, 1818 – July 23, 1865

Priscilla was the daughter of Frederick Lepper III and Polly Goodrich and the first wife of Francis Cornwell, son of Daniel Cornwell and Elizabeth Farr.

Children of Priscilla and Francis:

M D Cornwell

Olin D Cornwell

She died in 1865 leaving her husband and the two teenage boys.

ID# 882

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Rosa J Bishop Cornwell

1853 – 1940

ID# 883

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Rev Albert E. Corse

1829 – 1898

ID# 884

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Amanda M. Corse

March 6, 1831 – September 7, 1833 Plot: A

ID# 885

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Anna J. Corse

February 25, 1878 – June 24, 1959 Wife of Henry A. Corse Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., June 25, 1959, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 886

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Belle VanAukin Corse

1878 – February 11, 1932 Wife of Virgil P. Corse Plot: M

Sandy Creek news., February 11, 1932, Page 2, Image 2

ID# 887

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Carrie S. Norton Corse

September 17, 1869 – March 21, 1960

Mrs. F, D. Corse, Sandy Creek Dies

Mrs. Carrie Norton Corse, 90, widow of F. Dudley Corse, a resident of Sandy Creek since early childhood, died Monday night at the Mannsville Nursing Home where she had been a patient since last July.

Funeral services will be held (today) Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Weston-Woodard Funeral home. The Rev. Kendall Scouten, of the First Methodist Church, Sandy Creek, will officiate. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery in the spring.

Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. William J. (Ellen) Potter,

Jr., of Sandy Creek; three grandchildren, William J. Potter, HI, of Syracuse; Mrs. Jack C. (Mary Ellen) Neal of psilanti, Mich., Miss Martha C. Potter of Watertown; one great grandchild, David Nelson Neal of Ypsilanti; and two nieces and one nephew.

Mrs. Corse was born in Pulaski on Sept. 17, 1869, the daughter of John Fletcher and Harriet Stokes Norton. At a very young age she moved to Sandy Creek with her parents. She was graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1887 and was recently honored, as the oldest living graduate.

She was married to F. Dudley Corse in Sandy Creek on Aug. 3, 1898, with whom she was associated in the Sandy Creek News and the developement of the Corse Press. Following the death of her husband May 14, 1929, she became publisher of the “News” and continued to operate the printing business with the assistance of her son-in-law, William J. Potter, until it was reorganized and incorporated in 1942.

Prior to her marriage she taught district schools and primary grades in Sandy Creek.

She was an active member of the First Methodist Church and a former superintendent of the church school primary department. She held various offices in the church and was treasurer of the church for more than 25 years. She was a past president of the Ladies Wednesday Club, and of the W.S.C.S. of the church

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, March 24 1960

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Charlotte Mary Stevens Corse

January 1, 1853 – October 9, 1927 Wife of Wilber M. Corse Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., October 13, 1927, Page 8, Image 8

ID# 889

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Ella Bernice Nichols Corse

April 11, 1863 – April 29, 1897 Wife of F. Dudley Corse

ELLA BERNICE CORSE.

Ella Bermce Corse was born in Sandy Creek April 11, 1863, and died at her home in this village, April 29, 1897. Mrs Corse was the youngest daughter of the late John L. Nichols, and was married to F. Dudley Corse October 4, 1888.

Her life though brief, has been an active and useful one. She was a successful home maker. She recognized the fact that this was the sphere of woman’s greatest usefulness, and a field worthy her best endeavor, and all who entered the home over which she presided were made to feel the warmth of her sympathy and friendly interest.

As a neighbor and member of society a place has been made vacant which cannot easily be filled. When she died all who knew her felt that they had lost a personal friend. Especially gifted by nature and endowed with graces of mind and character, she was well fitted for a life of usefulness. The Methodist church by her death has lost one of its most efficient workers.

She was especially devoted to the interests of her alma mater, the Sandy Creek High school. The students and alumni had in her a true friend and she was always interested in everything that concerned them or contributed to their happiness, prosperity and success.

Of her father’s family two sisters, Mrs. W.B. Tifft and Mrs. W.H. Young of Syracuse, and a brother, Ambrose D. Nichols of Plover, Iowa, survive, and in the home which for eight happy years had been blessed by her presence her husband and infant son are left desolate.

The funeral services held at her late home Saturday afternoon were largely attended by her friends and neighbors. Beautiful floral tributes were given by the Christian Endeavor society, the Sunday school class

of which she was a member, the Chautauqua circle, Albany friends, the NEWS forces Syracuse university students, and other personal friends.

Source: Sandy Creek News, May 9, 1897

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Ellen Spencer Corse

1830 – 1872 Wife of Rev. Albert Corse

ID# 891

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Ellen A. Corse

1867 – 1902

MISS ELLEN A. CORSE DEAD.

“Was a Graduate of Syracuse University and Popular as a Teacher. Miss Ellen A. Corse, daughter of the late Rev. A. E. Corse of the Northern New York M. K. Conference, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. W. Porter, No. 1717 West Genesee street, last night.,aged 34 years. Miss Corse was a graduate Syracuse University with the class of 1891 and a member of the Gamma Phi Keta Sorority. She taught for a number of years in Ives Seminary and in the Sandy Creek High School, resigning her position at the latter institution in February because of ill health. Miss Corse was well known in this city and was popular as a teacher. Funeral services will be held from the home of her sister in West Genesee street at 4 o’clock Sunday afternoon. Burial will be at Sandy Creek Sunday.

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Emma Jane Corse

November 29, 1840 – May 20, 1859 Plot: A

ID# 893

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Ezra Corse

September 23, 1803 – unknown

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Frank Dudley Corse

September 18, 1859 – 1929 Husband of both Carrie S. Norton & Ella B. Nichols. Sandy Creek Fire Department member

Last Rites for Editor Corse Observed Thursday Afternoon

People who have known F. Dudley Corse even to a limited degree need not to be verbally reminded of his high worth and merit. They will be constantly so reminded by his life and works and spirit which do follow him. Those who have known him intimately appreciate and love him best. The six weeks of his severe illness now terminated cast a shadow over the entire community and far beyond its bounds. His passing seems like the removal of a personality indispensable to the well-being of a vast circle of devoted friends. His friendly magnanimous spirit colored all his thinking and inspired his noble acts for constructive betterment. He would go out of his way at any time to do a personal favor or to bring cheer and courage to a desolate heart.

The largely attended and enthusiastic Fortieth Anniversary Testimonial Dinner given him by his fellow-citizens and outside friends four years ago, with its elaborate program and the profuse kindly tributes, given him shows the high esteem in which he was held. It was a happy instance of devoted forethought that provided him these choice flowers while he was yet living and active.

Mr. Corse was born at Buck’s Bridge, N.Y., Sept. 16, 1859, the son of Rev. Albert E. and Ellen Spencer Corse. Thus at his death he lacked only four months of the span of three score and ten years. His educational training included courses at Oswego Normal, Ilion Academy, and Syracuse

University. He graduated from the latter in the Class of June 1884, with the degree of A.B., and later was given the A.M. He was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity.

In 1888 he was married to Ella B. Nichols, and to them was born one son, Spencer Corse who died at the early age of fifteen. Mrs. Corse passed away after nine years of their

married life, and he was married in 1898 to Miss Carrie S. Norton who survives him, together with their daughter, Ellen H., now Mrs. William J. Potter.

Mr. Corse has served his own town most acceptably, and faithfully in various capacities, among them president of the Village, member of the Board of Education, and trustee of the Cemetery Association. He was a moving spirit in securing the fine up-to-date water system for Sandy Creek Village, and long served on the Board of Water commissioners. He was honored by his fellow journalists with several terms as president of the Northern New York Press Association. As a business man of strict integrity, and conscientious readers. The Corse Press under his proprietorship has enjoyed a national reputation as printer of Holstein-Friesian catalogs and periodicals, also printing for fifteen years the Holstein-Friesian World, the leading publication in it line. He has also for some years printed and published the Syracuse University Alum News for his Alma Mater.

As a boy of the parsonage Mr. Corse learned to love the church, and maintained his affection, solicitude, and earnest service for her to the end. Among the points served by his preacher-father were the neighboring churches of Mannsville and Ellisburg. The latter was also Presiding Elder for eight years. F.D. Corse was a faithful, active and much valued church official and counselor for a long term of years, serving as trustee, church treasurer, and teacher of a large organized Sunday School Class known as the Corse Class. While generous to all he was especially generous to the churches, his own and others, doing many a piece of fine printing gratuitously which scarely anyone knew of except the people concerned. Only a few months ago he did such a piece of work for the Methodist Episcopal Church in Central Square, in memory of his honored father who was at one time its pastor. He also for a considerable number of years printed the local Methodist Church Bulletin, at an undoubted business loss.

During the illness of Mr. Corse which came upon him suddenly, he was tenderly and lovingly cared for by his own, and was given every possible professional attention for his

relief and comfort, and if it were possible his restoration. May the writer state that he feels indebted to Mr. Corse for many kindly ministries and favors and encouragents, and his admiration, and love for him are beyond the power of expression.

The Memorial service was held at his late home, Thursday afternoon, May 16 at 2, conducted by his pastor, Rev. W. Oscar Thomas, assisted by his former pastor, Rev. W.J. Hart, and Rev. T.T. Davies. A quartette consisted of Mrs. A L. Hollis, Mrs. Wallace Parker, J.P. Jones and R.W. Shaul, Mrs. Floyd Blount accompanying, sang “Abide wit Me,” and “Some Day the Silver Cord Will Break” Rev. T.T. Davies read scripture, and Dr. W.J. Hart offered prayer. Rev. W.O. Thomas spoke from Prv. 29:18; “Where There is No Vision the People Perish.” He showed, in a very tender message and appropriate tribute “The Life of Vision illustrated in the life of Brother Corse”.

A profusion of beautiful flowers paid their silent but effective tribute to his memory. The entire force of the Corse Press, about forty in number, were present to show their high regard. The village stores and school were closed during the funeral service, interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery.

~Charles L. Peck

Source: The Sandy Creek News, May 16, 1929

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From p. 205, pt. 2, Landmarks of Oswego Co., NY –

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Corse, F. Dudley was born at Buck’s Bridge, town of Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, September 18, 1859, the elder of 2 children of Albert E. and Ellen (Spencer) Corse, his sister, Miss Ellen A. Corse being Preceptress of Ives Seminary at Antwerp, NY. The father, Rev. Albert A. Corse was born in the town of Sandy Creek, May 25, 1829, the eldest son of Ezra and Narcissa Corse who were among the early settlers of the town. The family is descended from James Corse who settled in Deerfield, MA where he died in 1696. Ezra Corse, a great-great-grandson of James was born in Wilmington, Vt. Sept. 23, 1803. In his 17th year he settled in what is now known as Sandy Creek. In 1826 he was united in marriage with Narcissa Pierce, daughter of John Pierce of the same place and they have resided in the same neighborhood. On Jan. 1, 1895 they celebrated the 69th anniversary of their marriage with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, at the advanced ages of 91 and 85 years respectively. Mr. Corse served as Justice of the Peace several years and in the days of military training was Captain of the Artillery Company. Rev. Albert E. Corse was educated at Mexico Academy and Falley Seminary. He taught at Clayton and in the Gouverneur, NY Wesleyan Seminary and entered the Black River (now the Northern New York) Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1857, serving the following appointments: Lisbon, Buck’s Bridge, Hermon, Fort Covington, Malone, South Canton, presiding elder of Oswego and Herkimer districts, Central Square, Belleville, Mansville and Earlville. In 1868 he was a delegate to the General Conference of his church. He was editor of the Ilion Citizen from 1877 to 1881 and is now superannuated, residing at Laconia, NY. In 1858 he married Ellen, daughter of Dwight Spencer of Lisbon, the mother of his children who died in Oswego in 1872. In 1874 he married Mrs. Caroline G. Ostrander, daughter of Gilbert Green of Mohawk. The subject of this sketch was educated in the public schools of Oswego and Ilion, graduating from the Ilion Academy in 1880 and from Syracuse University in 1884, receiving the degree of A.B. and in 1887 that of A.M. He became published of the Sandy Creek News in 1885, an 8 page local paper largely read in eastern Oswego and southern Jefferson counties. In fact no local in the county outside Oswego enjoys a larger circulation. In 1888 Mr. Corse is president of the village, has served as member and secretary of the Board of Education for the past 6 years, is a member of the fire department and of the official Board of the M.E. Church.

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George W. Corse

1897 – June 22, 1962 Husband of Ivonne B. Corse

George Corse, Scouter, Dies

George W. Corse, 64, of Sandy Creek, known countywide for his great interest in Boy Scout activities, died June 22. He had suffered a heart attack on Jan. 30.

A member of the U. S. Marines in World War I, he was long associated with the Sandy Creek News and the Corse Press in Sandy Creek. His activities in the field of Scouting were legion and his name was synonymous with Scouting.

Services were held June 25 at the Sandy Creek Methodist Church, of which he was a member, with military rites’at Woodlawn Cemetery.

On Sept. 14, 1921 he was married to Miss Letha J. Eddy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eddy of Watertown. She died June 8, 1922. He was married to Miss Ivonne Bonney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Bonney of Pulaski, on June 12, 1928.

He is survived by his wife, and sons, Phillip B. Corse of

Columbia Falls, Montana, David G. of Sandy Creek. A son, James H. Corse died July 30, 1948 at the age of 16. A son by his first marriage, John Wilbur Corse, lives in Otego. He is also survived by three grandchildren’, Kevin James, Sara Jane and Jennifer Ann Corse of Columbia Fall’s, a sister, Mrs. Kenneth (Mabel). Chase, Sandy Creek; a brother, Harwood Corse, Sandy Creek, and by nieces, Mrs. George R. Blount, Lacona; Mrs. Theodore Cortelville and- Miss Barbara Corse, Sandy Creek and a nephew, Robert Chase, Miami, Fla.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, July 5, 1962

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Harwood H. Corse

December 25, 1917 – August 26, 1976 Plot: Q

The Pulaski Democrat., September 01, 1976, Page 3, Image 3

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Henry A. Corse

October 31, 1875 – April 10, 1952 Plot: K

Sandy Creek news., April 17, 1952, Page 1, Image 1

Sandy Creek news., April 17, 1952, Page 4, Image 4

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Lieut Henry B. Corse

February 10, 1833 – August 30, 1862

Inscription:

Co. L 24th Infantry

Note: Cival War Vet

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Ivonne Bonney Corse

August 27, 1905 – November 11, 1987 Daughter of Frank Thomas Bonney and Jessie May MacRobbie Bonney. Wife of George Wilbur Corse.

Ivonne B. Corse

Ivonne B. Corse, 83, of 9128 Salina St., Lacona died Thursday, August 27, 1987 at her home after a brief illness.

Mrs. Corse was born November 11, 1903 in Pulaski, the daughter of the late Frank and Jessie McRobbie Bonney.

She graduated from Pulaski High School in 1921. She was married to George W. Corse June 12, 1928 in Pulaski. He was a typesetter at Corse Press, Sandy Creek. He died June 22, 1962. She has lived in Lacona since 1928.

Mrs. Corse was a bookkeeper 26 years at Corse Press and the Holstein Fresian World, retiring in 1968.

She was a member of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, a charter member of the Outlook Club and Rhadament Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, and a 50-year member of Lake Ontario Chapter 124, OES, and the North Country Bird Club. She was also treasurer of the Union Cemetery Association from 1968 until 1978 and a trustee on the executive board of the Friends of the Sandy Creek Library.

Surviving are a son, David G. of Brasher Falls; two sisters, Norma Heckle of Pulaski and Theresa Cunningham of Phoenix; five grandchildren, two greatgrandchildren, three step-grandchildren several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by two sons, Philip B. Corse, in 1977 and James H. Corse who died in 1948.

Services were at 11 a.m. Monday in Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, the Rev. Janet Gibbs officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours were 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Summerville Funeral Home, 8192 Harwood Drive.

Eastern Star services were at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the

funeral home and DAR Services were conducted on Sunday.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, Sept 7, 1987

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Ivonne is the daughter of Frank Thomas Bonney and Jessie May (MacRobbie) Bonney. Wife of George Wilbur Corse.

Marriage 12 jun 1928 Sandy Creek, Oswego Co., NY

They had 3 children: Phillip Bonney, James Henry, and David

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James Henry “Jimmy” Corse

1932 – 1948

James H. Corse, 16 Dies Following Operation Friday

Word of the sudden death of James Henry Corse, 16 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Corse of Sandy Creek, in Roswell Park Memorial hospital, Buffalo, following an operation, shocked his many friends in this community Friday night. Following a much more critial, but successful, operation performed April 20, he entered the hospital again in mid-July for a more or less routine minor follow-up operation. His death occurred late Friday afternoon, July 30, 1948 shortly after completion of a nasal operation, and resulted from a tirymic glandular condition.

He was born July 11, 1932 in the House of the Good Samaritan Watertown and had spent his entire life in this community, where he attended Sandy Creek Central School. He was a member of the sophomore class this past year although illness made it necesary for him to discontinue classes the latter part of the term.

From childhood he had been interested in music and in the study of Nature; he loved flowers and birds, and he liked amd was interested in people and as a result he had a host of friends, both young and old. He was a gifted musician interested in all forma of music, and hoped in later years to become a composer. He played both the piano and organ and also played the flute as a member of the school band, dur ing his high school years as well as for several years when he was a grade pupil. In school he was a member of the dramatic club and was at one time a member of the mixed chorus.

He was a member of the Sandy Creek Methodist church and Sunday School and of the Youth Fellowship group. He was also active in the music worship program of the church, playing frequently at Vesper services and special services during

the church year.

Private prayer service took place at 2:45 Monday afternoon at the Weston and Woodard funeral home, Rev. Herbert Harrison officiating with a brief service based on the Scriptural quotation, “Who shall ascend unto the hill of the Lord and who shall stand in His holy place? He that hath clean hands and a pure heart.”

Funeral services followed at 3 p.m. in the Methodist church where Rev. Harrison officiated, before an altar banked with the tribute of flowers. At the close of the Scripural and other quotations cited, Rev. Harrison said, in effect:

“To this lad…music and the things of beauty had a quality which nothing else possessed…to him music was a sacrament thru which the voice of God was made articulate. Music weaved his hopes, his fears, his dreams, his loves into a magic shimmering web. It set him free from the stained and the unworthy and constantly moved him into the realm of the spiritual without any of the taint of earth- Music was an entree to the stars and the mountains; it gave him the magic of twilight… and the shadowed coolness of forest spaces…music for Jimmy let down clouds caught and kept to clothe the bare spaces of earth with celestial beauty. Music he discovered is full of secret places where wonderful meanings are kept. He discovered what many yearn for in vain…music, beauty, friendship and in them he discovered the real world…a world whose swaddling clothes were garments of light…a world that daily bathes in rivers of music…and plays its part in the orchestra of the spheres. Music and beauty and friendship for Jimmy were a kind of inarticulate, unfathomable speech which led him to the edge of the infinite and gazing into that he found that life had meaning…at last he strayed from the edge of the infinite to be in the midst of heavenly places.

“Like his Master Jimmy had a singing heart…Jesus said that if the children held their peace the very stones would cry out…The singing heart is in tune with God discovering at the heart of things loveliness and beauty. Remember in Tennyson’s poem how Garet and Linette met Merlin and asked him the way to Camelot and the meaning of the mysterious music they hear: Merlin answers-

An ye heard a music, like enough

They are building still, seeing the city is built

To music, and therefore never built at all

And therefore built forever.

If you are going to have a great song you must have a great theme…with this lad he built the city of his life to the loveliest strains of music…Jimmy’s life always had a great theme…now he is singing with the redeemed…

It is God, his love looks mighty

But it is mightier than it seems;

‘Tis our Father and His fondness

Goes out far beyond our dreams

Sing on, Jimmy, until bound by the

golden chain of love, we shall join

with you in singing the song of the

Redeemed.”

A trio of fathers and sons, close friends of James Corse and his father, acted as bearers. They were:W. M. Sprague and Peter Sprague; H.W. Parker and Jack Parker, and William J. Potter and William Potter. Internment was made in Woodlawn cemetery.

Surviving are his parents; two brothers, Phillip and David Corse of Sandy Creek; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Corse of Sandy Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonney of Pulaski

Source: Sandy Creek News, Aug 5, 1948

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The James H. Corse Memorial prize of $10 is awarded annually to the Sandy Creek High School senior who has been outstanding in music.

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Jane K. Klen Corse

1928 – 1996 Wife of Phillip Bonney Corse

ID# 902

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John W. Corse

1922 – 1994 Son of George W. & Letha J. Corse Plot: R

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Thursday, November 3, 1994

John Wilbur Corse, 72, of Fulton died Wednesday at University Hospital, Syracuse.

A native of Lacona, Mr. Corse lived many years in Fulton. He retired from Oswego County Industries in Fulton.

Surviving are his wife, Linda; a brother, David of Brasher Falls; and several nieces and nephews.

There will be no services or calling hours. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

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Letha J. Eddy Corse

May 8, 1900 – June 8, 1922 Wife of George W. Corse Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., June 15, 1922, Page 5, Image 5

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Madolyn Straight Corse

1920 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 905

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Minerva Corse

1896 – 1920 Plot: K

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Narcissa Pierce Corse

July 4, 1808 – October 16, 1897 Wife of Ezra Corse

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Phillip Bonney Corse

August 31, 1929 – January 27, 1977 Husband of Jane K. Klen Corse

Phillip Corse, Tug Hill planner, dies at 47

Phillip B. Corse, 47, of R D. 2, Lacona died on Thursday, January 27 at the House of the Good Samaritan Hospital, Watertown where he had been a patient for five days.

Mr. Corse was born on August 31, 1929 at Watertown, the son of George and Ivonne Bonney Corse. He graduated from Ithaca College and was a business agent for Pulaski schools and later for the Geneva Central School.

In 1954, he was married to the former Jane Klein.

At the time of his death, Mr. Corse was the Community Education Specialist with the Cooperative Tug Hill Planning Board which he had been affiliated with since 1975. Mr. Corse served as a liason between the planning board the Tug Hill Commission regarding the use of the commission’s staff for technical assistance in preparation of land use plans.

The Cooperative Tug Hill Planning Board includes representatives from townships in Jefferson, Oswego, Oneida and Lewis Counties.

Surviving besides his wife are: one son, Kevin Corse of Lacona, two daughters; Miss Sara Corse and Jennifer Corse, both of Lacona; his mother, Mrs. George Corse of Lacona and one brother, David Corse of Brasher Falls, N.Y.

Memorial services were held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 29 at 2 p.m. in the United Methodist Church, Sandy Creek, with Rev. Robert Bird of the New Hartford United Methodist Church and the Rev. Garrie Stevens of the Norwood United Methodist Church officiating.

Donations in Mr. Corse’s memory may be made to the Heart Fund.

Funeral arrangements were made by the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Feb 2 1977

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Phylinda Corse

July 20, 1827 – August 30, 1828 Plot: A

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Reuben Corse

August 16, 1769 – October 19, 1836

Note: on same stone as Henry B. Corse (His Father?)

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Sena Cole Corse

unknown – 1902

MRS. P. M. CORSE.

Sena, wife of P.M. Corse, died very suddenly at her home on DeMott avenue, Lacona, Sunday morning about 1 o’clock, after an illness of less than a week. Last Monday she was about as usual and attended the confirmation service at the Episcopal

church in the afternoon. During the day she contracted a cold which developed into an attack of pneumonia, which yielded to the treatment her physician, Dr. Cook, and she was much better on Friday. Her condition was not so favorable on Saturday and, though she rested easier, death come suddenly and without warning to those at her side.

Mrs. Corse was the daughter of Joseph Cole, who came into Jefferson county from Washington county and later removed to this town. Upon the death of her mother she made her home with an elder sister, Mrs. Parley Powers. She is survived by her husband, an only son, Virgil P. Corse, and five brothers and sisters, Edwin and Harrison Cole of this town, Mrs. Amanda Hoover of LaFargeville, J.B. Cole of Williamstown, Mrs. Levi Albright of Lysander. She was united in marriage to Porter M. Corse, February 14, 1860, and has always made her homo in Sandy Creek. Her genial disposition and ways won for her friends whereever she went. She was well known, and no where will her departure be more keenly felt than in her own home, where she was ever doing all that loving hands could do for the welfare of those about her.

The funeral was held from her home Tuesday afternoon. Rev. D. Daly, rector of the Episcopal church of which she was a member, officiating. He spoke in the highest terms of his associations with the departed and her remains were laid at rest in Woodlawn cemetery beside those of her sister, Mrs. Powers.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 3, 1902

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Spencer Corse

1897 – October 3, 1912

SPENCER CORSE

(From Sanay Creek items In Watertown Times of Friday, October 14)

Spencer Corse, the 15-year-old son of Frank Dudley Corse of this place, died Thursday afternoon.

The boy was taken ill the first week in August, and acute g eneral peritonitis developed. Dr. L.F. Hollis, the attending physician, realized t he seriousness of his condition, and a trained nurse was immediately placed in charge. After a few weeks the disease yielded to treatment, but the boy did not gain strength as the doctors thought he ought. Other physicians were called in consultation and everything possible done for the lad. At times he would improve materially and hope was entertained for his recovery and then other unsatisfactory symptoms developed. Thus he lived for weeks, hovering between life and death, his mind exceptionally clear and strong. Every precaution was taken to harbor his strength and sustain his vitality, but he seemed unable to gain at all and gradually wasted away. Wednesday was a poor day for him and the end came at 1:30 Thursday.

A strange coincidence is that his father and mother were married 23 years ago today.

His mother was Ella Nichols, the youngest daughter of John Nichols.

Spencer was a very bright and energetic boy, a good student in school and a general favorite among the young people. The fact that his mother died when Spencer was born made the tie between father and son especially strong, and the sympathy of all is extended to the family.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 10, 1912

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Virgil Powers Corse

1867 – 1914 Plot: M

ID# 913

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Wilber F. Corse

1853 – 1922 Plot: K

ID# 914

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LeRoy E. Cosilmon Sr

September 26, 1898 – 1957

L. E. Cosilmon Dies at Nedrow

LeRoy E. Cosilmon, Sr., 57, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon at Nedrow where he was employed as a mechanic at Saunders Ready-Mix Cement Co.

Funeral services will be held from the Taylor funeral home Friday at 1:30 p.m., with the Rev. Russell Clark of the Park Methodist church officiating. Interment will be in Sandy Creek cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening (Thursday) from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Daisy Cosilmon of Richland; one son, LeRoy E. Cosilmon, Jr., Richl and; a daughter, Mrs. Charles Pemp of Philadelphia, Pa.; two brothers, Harry and Harvey Cosilmon of Norwich; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Phfol of Syracuse, Mrs. Walter Race of Georgetown, N.Y., and Mrs. Francis Girthoffer of Parish, and four grandchildren.

Mr. Cosilmon was born in Carthage Sept 26, 1899, the son of George and Hattie Ralph Cosilmon.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Jan 17, 1957

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Rev Andrew Jay Cottrell

1835 – 1909

ID# 916

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Catherine Cottrell

unknown – October 5, 1860 Wife of Wm. H. Cottrell Plot: B

Note: Age 52 y., 7 m., 7 da. Wife of Wm. H. Cottrell

ID# 917

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Elizebeth M. Thompson Cottrell

1846 – 1917

ID# 918

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Emily Cottrell

unknown – September 1, 1840 Plot: B

Note: Age 3 mos., 4 days. Daughter of Wm. H. & Catherine Cottrell.

ID# 919

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Harriett Eliza McKee Cottrell

July 9, 1838 – March 1, 1911 Wife of Rev. A.J. Cottrell

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James K.P. Cottrell

1842 – 1921

Inscription:

Officer 110th NY Vol. Inf.

ID# 921

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Mary Catherine Cottrell

unknown – unknown

Inscription:

Aged 3 1/2 mos.

ID# 922

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Nettie A. Cottrell

unknown – February, 1877

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Daughter of Rev.A.J. & H.E. Cottrell

Aged 9 yrs, 8 mos., 16 days

ID# 923

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Sarah Munderback Cottrell

1825 – 1901

COTTRELL.—in Sandy Creek, N.Y., February 18, l9Ol, Mrs. Sarah Cottrell, aged 75 years and 19 days.

Source: Sandy Creek News.

ID# 924

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William H. Cottrell

1811 – 1889

It was in the year 1831 that William H. Cottrell (1811-1889), son of William B. Cottrell, came to Sandy Creek from the village of Copenhagen in Lewis county to establish a boot and shoe factory. The factory building, which was dismantled by F.D. Tiff (great grandfather of Dr. Warren Holls) just before the turn of the century (in Sept. 1898) to be replaced by the old fire hall, stood on the present site of the “Irv” Willis barbershop. There was a number of employees at the factory as all boots and shoes purchased locally at that time had to be hand made. Our people were fortunate in having a large tannery right nearby here in the village.

On April 9, 1833 William H. Cottrell married Miss Catharine Ehle (1808-1860) daughter of Harmonius and Delany Ehle of Sandy Creek and they had a family of seven children. William Cottrell was married a second time on January 1, 1861 he married Sarah Munderback (1825 – 1901) of Sandy Creek. In later years, because of William’s failing health, three of the sons (James K.P., A. Jay, and Charles) carried on the business for their father.William H. Cottrell was to build an attractive “Colonial” style home on the site of the Smith Dunlap tavern. At least in later ye a rs the house had a wide porch across the front and a white picket fence around it. In the 1850’s and early 1860’s we find Mr. Cottrell owned property from the corner north to the creek.

He also owned farm lands in the southern end of the village and also owned part of what is now Woodlawn Cemetery

Source: Sandy Creek News Nov 17, 1976

ID# 925

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William T. Cottrell

unknown – unknown

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Their Children

Aged 17 mos

ID# 926

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Andrew Coulter

1797 – April 3, 1845

ID# 927

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Sally Powell Coulter

unknown – February, 1882

ID# 928

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Emery J. Countryman

1898 – 1970

ID# 929

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Eva Hewitt Countryman

1903 – 1993 Wife of Emery J. Countryman

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, December 26, 1993

Eva J. Countryman, 90, of 9270 Ellisburg Road, died at 3 a.m. Saturday at her home following a long illness.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Piddock Funeral Home, Adams. Burial will be in Maple Lawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, in the spring.

Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.

Surviving are a son, James, Howe, Ind.; a daughter, Anna Castor, Sandy Creek; six grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Leon Hewitt, El Jobean, Fla., and Joseph Hewitt, Dexter; a sister, Beatrice Frederick, Watertown; nieces and nephews.

A grandson, David J. Countryman, died June 15, 1989.

Born Nov. 28, 1903, in West Carthage, daughter of Claude and Anna Hewitt, she attended rural schools in the Carthage area and married Emery Countryman on Dec. 22, 1923.

The couple lived in Theresa before moving to Syracuse in 1938. Mrs. Countryman worked for nursing homes in the Syracuse area before moving to Sandy Creek in the 1960s.

Mr. Countryman, a former spray painter and millwright, died Nov. 7, 1970.

ID# 930

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Kate Wilda Cox

July 31, 1864 – February 4, 1939 Wife of William H. Cox Plot: B

ID# 931

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Mary Chawgo Cox

unknown – 1917

Daughter of Henry Chawgo, she was the wife of Thomas Cox.

She was a member of Center Church, and she lived with her husband on a farm north of Pulaski for 30 years. She spent her last years in Sandy Creek.

She died about 3 weeks after suffering a stroke of paralysis.

Source: Pulaski Democrat July 4 1917

ID# 932

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Thomas Cox

December 25, 1843 – May 23, 1934

Born in Ireland, he came to America when he was 6. He was a farmer up until 15 years before his death.

He also had worked as an engineer on the N.Y.C. railroad. He was severely wounded between the eyes when the engine “Adams” exploded, while carrying 130 pounds of steam, and Louis Bouverine was killed.

He was a member of the local Masonic Lodge

He was a veteran of the Civil War:

At 8am, Sept 17, 1862, Antietam, Virginia the 24th as a regiment ceased fighting. After that Merrick Stowell rallied 17 men of the 24th besides himself…and supported a battery a little to the right of the cornfield.

Among the remnant of Company G, 24th NY Vol. were Merrick Salisbury (wounded and died afterwards) , Martin Denniston (wounded), Lyman Houghton (killed in action), Moreau J. Salisbury (wounded), Dave Hamer, David Crocker, Lt. A.R. Penfield & Thomas Cox.

Aged 87 years

Source: Pulaski Democrat Sept 1987

Source: Pulaski Democrat Sept 26, 1923

_______________________________________________

THOMAS COX

Thomas Cox, 90, died in Pulaski Monday night, May 28, 1934 following an illness of about two weeks, during which he suffered from quinsey. He had always enjoyed unusually good health, and but once before in his life required the services of a doctor, he often said.

Born on Christmas Day, 1843, in Ireland, he came to this country with an uncle at the age of six. His boyhood was spent in Lacona where he lived in the home of Abraham Pruyn, who owned the brick house now the property of the Blount Lumber Company. The boy worked for a time in the J.B. Smith tannery and later in M.M. Tucker’s harness shop.

When the Sandy Creek fairgrounds were laid out over 75 years ago, Mr. Cox, then a boy of 13, assisted in the work of erecting the first buildings.

The Civil War broke out when Thomas Cox was about 16 years of age and he enlisted, serving in both the infantry and the cavalry service.

One of his favorite stories was of the day when President Lincoln stopped before him while reviewing troops and asked him if he was not pretty young to be in the army.

After leaving the army he became a railroad engineer on the Syracuse & Northern Railroad and later had the run from Richland to Niagara Falls. He was an engineer for a period of 37 years.

He married a daughter of Henry Chawgo, for many years a resident of Sandy Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Cox made their home in Richland and later on a farm near the White School house in the western part of the town of Sandy Creek. Mrs. Cox died in 1917 and since that time Mr. Cox had lived at the Randall House in Pulaski.

He was a member of J.B. Butler Post 111, G.A.R. and a life member of Pulaski Lodge 415, F. & A.M. Services were held at Masonic Temple in Pulaski Thursday afternoon, with Masons actng as bearers.

Besides patrons of the Hotel Randall, Mr Cox will be missed by the children of the neighborhood who often gathered about him to listen to the stories of his adventures.

Source: Sandy Creek News, May 31, 1934

ID# 933

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William H. Cox

December 9, 1854 – June 11, 1923 Plot: B

ID# 934

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Donald H. Craine

1908 – 1995 Plot: R

Name: Donald H. Craine

State of Issue: New York

Date of Birth: Friday April 24, 1908

Date of Death: Friday July 21, 1995

Est. Age at Death: 87 years, 2 months, 27 days

Last known residence:

ID# 935

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Marjorie H. Knowlton Craine

1910 – unknown Plot: R

Sarasota Herald-Tribune (FL) – Sunday, October 31, 2010

Deceased Name: Craine, Marjorie Knowlton

Sept. 13, 1910 – Oct. 24, 2010

Marjorie Knowlton Craine, 100, of Venice, formerly of Westmoreland, N.Y., died Oct. 24, 2010.

Survivors include her daughter, Muriel Kehoe of St. Petersburg; a son, Thomas Craine of Denver; four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

A graduate of the Crane School of Music at S.U.N.Y. Potsdam, music was a lifelong love she shared with everyone — playing for the silent movies at age 14 through a teaching career in Westmoreland, to being named Florida’s 2007 volunteer of the year by the Florida Healthcare Activity Coordinators Association at the age of 97. Her zest for life and infectious optimism were on full display at her recent 100th birthday party, where she entertained family and guests on the piano and played Happy Birthday for herself!

Marjorie’s ashes will be interred in the cemetery at Sandy Creek, N.Y., next to her beloved husband. Memorial contributions may be made to Village on the Isle Foundation, 920 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL 34285, where Marjorie was lovingly cared for during the last years of her life.

ID# 936

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Ahava J Crandall

1892 – 1970 Plot: K

ID# 937

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Blanche E. Crandall

1872 – 1961 Plot: P

ID# 938

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Burton Abner Crandall

January 18, 1876 – August 19, 1947

ID# 939

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Burton K. Crandall

January 21, 1915 – May 20, 1983

ID# 940

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Charles R. Crandall

March 21, 1867 – February 18, 1948 Son of Ellery and Eliza Litts Crandall

Charles R. Crandall, 80, Sandy Creek, Stricken

Charles R. Crandall, 80, died at the Good Samaritan hospital in Watertown Wednesday morning after a short illness. He was stricken with coronary thrombosis Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles B. Hogan, Sandy Creek, and removed to the Watertown hospital, where he failed to recover.

Funeral services will be held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Hogan in Sandy Creek, Saturday, Feb. 21 at 2:00 p.m. Interment will be made in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Mr. Crandall was born March 21, 1867, in Sandy Creek, the son of Ellery and Eliza Litts Crandall. He spent most of his early life in Sandy Creek, after which he went to Pennsylvania where he lived about 20 years. He returned to Sandy Creek about three years ago, and since that time has made his home with his daughter.

On July 2, 1891 he was united in marriage to Miss Nora Harding, who died in 1916. To this union four children were born, two of whom survive.

Mr. Crandall is the father of Rex E. Crandall of this village, and of Mrs. Charles B. Hogan of Sandy Creek. A sister, Mrs. Anna Jennings, widow of the late Jotham Jennings, and one grandson, Donald F. Crandall, both of this village, also survive him.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Feb 19, 1948

ID# 941

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Clara Adelle Beeman Crandall

July 23, 1877 – February 10, 1923

ID# 942

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Clarence Merwin Crandall

May 22, 1877 – March 13, 1943

ID# 943

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Clayton DeForest Crandall

May 10, 1875 – January 30, 1962 Son of Joseph K. and Ellen Austin Crandall

Clayton Crandall

Spanish-American War Veteran Dies

Clayton DeForest Crandall, 86, died about 9 Tuesday morning Jan, 30, 1962, in Veterans Hospital, Syracuse. He had been ill about a week and entered the hospital Sunday night. The son of a Civil War veteran, he himself was a yeteran of the Spanish American war, with service in the Philippines and China.

The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2 at Weston and Woodard funeral home, Sandy Creek, with burial in Woodlawn cemetery in the spring. The Rev. John Crandall, of Redfield, a nephew, will officiate. The bearers will be Amos Crandall, Watertown; Joseph Crandall, Lacona, nephews; Douglas Crandall of Mexico, who is a grand-nephew; Edward Smith of Kenmore, Gerald Smithy of Marlboro, N.J. and George Stevens of Lacona, brothers-in-law.

Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday.

Interested in Baseball

Mr. Crandall had a lifelong interest, in sports and especially in baseball. He never missed attending and opening game, as long as the Syracuse Chiefs played in that city and in spite of failing health was able to attend the opening game last fall. He particularly enjoyed reading and made good use of the local library. His family

has suggested that instead of flowers friends who wish to do so may place memorial books in the library or if they prefer, make contributions to the Cancer Society.

On Oct. 21, 1920 he was married at Syracuse to Miss. Elizabeth V. Smith. They lived for years in Syracuse but living the greater part of their marriage lived in Sandy Creek. Mrs. Crandall died Sept 14, 1960.

He is survived by one daughter, Ellen (Mrs. Bruce) Murray, and three grandchildren, Elizabeth, Patricia and Douglas Murray, of Sandy Creek, nephews and nieces who survive are: Amos Crandall, Watertown; Joseph Crandall, Lacona; Mrs. Roy P. Gardner, Miami, Fla.; Mrs. Radcliffe Wilder, Sandy Creek; Rev. John Crandall, Redfield; Mrs. Donald Hitchcock, Sandy Creek.

In Spanish-American War.

Mr. Crandall was born May 10, 1875 in Boylston. His parents were Joseph K. and Ellen Austin Crandall, His early life was spent in the Boylston and Sandy Creek area and he attended school here. In 1898 he enlisted at Sackets Harbor and was assigned to Company A, 9th U.S. Infantry. He served in the Philippine insurrection and Boxer rebellion in China in 1899 and 1900, receiving his discharge in December l901.

Later he was employed as a motorman on street cars in Lockport and Syracuse until 1923, when he returned to Sandy Creek; and had since lived in this town since 1934. Until 1940 he served as town clerk and for ajbout 18 years was superintendent of the Sandy Creek water department, retiring in 1947.

Mr. Crandall was a charter member of Cable Trail Post Veterans of Foreign Wars and had served, as chaplain since its formation. He was an exempt member of the Sandy Creek. fire department and a past member of the I.O.O.F. at Lacona. He was a trustee of the Wesleyan Cemetery association. He was well-versed on the early history of the town and also had many interesting reminiscences of his war service.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 1, 1962

ID# 944

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Donald W. Crandall

October 16, 1912 – June 2, 1926

ID# 945

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Douglas W. Crandall

1918 – 1994 Plot: P

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, November 14, 1994

Douglas W. Crandall, 76, South Jefferson Street, died Friday at his home.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Harter Funeral Home with the Rev. Myrna Foster officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Donations may be made to Oswego County Hospice.

Surviving are his wife, the former Elaine Mae Service; three daughters, Judith Taylor, Lee Summit, Mo., Lucinda Chapman, Phoenix, Ariz., and Cheryl Brodrick, Germantown, Md.; a brother, Edmond, Mexico; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

He was born in 1918 in Lacona, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Crandall. He graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1936 and from the Albany College of Pharmacy in 1939.

He owned and operated Crandall’s Drug Stores in Mexico and Parish, which he opened in 1942 with his brother, Edmond.

ID# 946

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Earl J. Crandall

1891 – 1973 Plot: K

ID# 947

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Elaine M. Crandall

1913 – unknown Plot: P

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, March 18, 2005

Elaine M. Crandall, 91, South Jefferson Street, died March 10 at her daughter Cindy’s home in Phoenix, Ariz.

Mrs. Crandall and her husband, Douglas, owned Crandall’s Pharmacy for more than 40 years.

Born Nov. 20, 1913, in Rockport, Ontario, daughter of Newell T. and Edith White Service, she married Douglas W. Crandall of Lacona on Aug. 21, 1940, at the Reformed Church of the Thousand Isles, Alexandria Bay, with the Rev. Edward L. Swartout officiating. Mr. Crandall died Nov. 11, 1994.

She was a member of the Mexico United Methodist Church.

Surviving are three daughters, Judy Taylor, Kansas City, Mo., Cindy Chapman, Phoenix, Ariz., and Cheryl Brodrick, Germantown, Md., nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Harter Funeral Home. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 948

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Eleanor Sherman Crandall

1811 – 1899 Wife of John Crandall Plot: K

ID# 949

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Elizabeth V. Crandall

1889 – 1960 Wife of Clayton Crandall

ID# 950

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Ellen Foley Crandall

December 11, 1865 – January 5, 1947

Mrs. Ellen Crandall Dies After Long Illness

Mrs. Ellen Foley Crandall, 82, died at her home in Lacona Sunday afternoon, January 5, 1947, about 5 P.M. after many years of invalidism.

Mrs. Crandall was born December 11, 1865 at Smiths Falls, Canada, the youngest of nine children of the late Terrance and Bridget Kain Foley. When two years of age she came with her parents to Pierrepont Manor, where she resided until her marriage to Herman Crandall in 1889. They spent their entire married life in Lacona where Mr. Crandall died March 2, 1931.

She was a member of the Episcopal church and attended as long as health permitted.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Beulah Guyett of Lorraine and Miss Ahava Crandall of L son, Earl, of Lacona; two grandchildren, Paul Guyett of Lorraine and Mrs. Marjorie C. Smithers of Lexington, Kentucky.

The funeral will be held frpm the home in Lacona Thursday at 2 p.m. Rev. Albert Hoag, rector of Pulaski Episcopal church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn, Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Jan 8, 1947

ID# 951

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Henry Cordial Crandall

July 28, 1853 – July 1, 1925

Other child burial location unknown:

Walter Eli Crandall b. 28 Mar 1884 d. 23 Apr 1886

ID# 952

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Herman Lyman Crandall

December 11, 1863 – March 2, 1931

HERMAN L. CRANDALL

Herman Lyman Crandall, 67, died at his residence in Lacona about 4:30 Monday morning following a long illness. He was operated on in Syracuse Memorial Hospital on November 26, 1929, from which he never fully, recovered although everything that loving hands and medical science could do was done without avail.

Mr. Crandall was born Dec. 11, 1863, in Syracuse, only son of Philo and Julia Cobb Crandall. When a child he lived in Adams. His mother passed away of pneumonia when he was only six years old; his father remarried, his second wife being Emily Potts, and he moved to Williamstown with his parents and was educated in that village, one of his teachers being Mrs. Charles Potts of Sandy Creek, who wrote him comforting and cheering words during his illness.

Mr. Crandall was naturally of a cheerful nature and winning personality and will be greatly missed by a host of friends and admirers. He was a retired volunteer fireman.

He followed various trades in his life, being connected for many years as a district manager for William C. Moore & Co. of Newark nurseries.

In his early life he married Miss Ellen Foley of Pierrepont Manor and they came to reside in Lacona where he has made his home for the past forty years.

Three children were born to this union, one softy Earl J. of Oswego, two daughters, Ahava J. of Lacona and Beulah Guyette of Lorraine.

Survivors besides his wife and three children are two grandchildren, Marjorie and Paul Guyett, one uncle, Helger Cobb of South Carolina, father of former Senator George H. Cobb of Watertown, and several other cousins, one being Mrs. Clara Bouch who was his nurse; and his step-mother, Emily Potts Crandall of Williamstown who is, 92 years of age and unable to attend the funeral.

The funeral was largely attended Wednesday afternoon, March 4, at 2 o’clock, at his late home. Rev. Ray Wooton of Pulaski conducted the service with the assistance of Rev. T.T. Davies, who has known the deceased for the past 36 years.

He was laid to rest amid a profusion of beautiful flowers which he loved so well, in the vault at Sandy Creek. Burial in Woodlawn cemetery in the spring.

The bearers were Orla Mead, Everett Archer, Harvey Woodruff and Reuben Anderson, close friends and associates of Mr. Crandall.

Those who attended the funeral from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Byron Guyett and family of Lorraine, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Nobles and Mrs. Kate Brewer of Adams, Mr. and Mrs. William Parker and daughter, Clara, of Mannsville.

Source: Sandy Creek News, March 5, 1931

ID# 953

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John Crandall

1807 – 1863 Plot: K

Joseph Crandall Dies Wednesday

Joseph L. Crandall, 70, a resident of Lacona all his life, died unexpectedly Wednesday, April 9, 1969 at his home on DeMott street. Death was attributed tributed to a massive coronary attack.

He was born at Lacona Sept. 6,1898 and was a son of the late John and Minnie Snyder Crandall. He attended Sandy Creek high school.

Mr. Crandall was employed by the Blount Lumber Company in its flooring department until 1962, when he retired. Later he worked for the Company as a night watchman and worked as usual the night before he died. He was a 25-year member of Sandy Creek Grange No. 127.

Surviving Family

Mr. Crandall is survived by his wife, Mrs, Lena Babbitt Crandall; also by a son, Donald Crandall of Brewerton_and a daughter, Mrs. Henry (Juanita) Judge of Syracuse. Seven grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren; two brothers, the Rev. John Crandall of Redfield and Amos Crandall of Watertow; three sisters, Mrs. Roy (Cecile) Gardner of Miami, Fla.; Mrs. Radcliffe (Bessie) Wilder of RD. 1 Pulaski and Mrs. Donald (Thelma) Hitchcock of Fernwood; also several nephews and nieces survive.

Funeral Saturday

His funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Foster Funeral home in Pulaski with the Rev. Ray Rowley, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be Woodlawn cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday from 7 to 9 and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 10, 1969

ID# 954

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Joseph Crandall

September 6, 1898 – April 9, 1969

ID# 955

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Kate Remington Crandall

December 1, 1892 – September 10, 1974

ID# 956

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Kenneth R. Crandall

1898 – 1946 Plot: P

ID# 957

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Lawrence D. “Chub” Crandall

July 30, 1906 – January 11, 1981

ID# 958

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Lena B. Crandall

1907 – 1988 Wife of Joseph L. Crandall Plot: S

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, November 7, 1988

Lena B. Crandall, 80, of 9101 Park St., died Saturday morning at her home after a short illness.

The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with Rev. Melvyn Connell, pastor of the Sandy Creek Wesleyan Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Surviving are a daughter, Esther Blevins, Syracuse; a son, Hurtine Lilly, Oneida Castle; two stepchildren, Juanita Judge, Syracuse, and Donald Crandall, Ormond Beach, Fla.; nine grandchildren; five sisters, Florence LaFrance, Baldwinsville, Helen Mason, Cortland, Mabel Clark, Oneida, Mary Lintz, Siloam, and Mrs. Ella Chaufty, Adams, and a brother, Eugene Babbitt, Tully.

Born in Canastota on Dec. 30, 1907, a daughter of Milton and Mary Jesmore Babbitt, she was educated in Canastota.

She moved to the Sandy Creek-Lacona area in 1931.

A marriage to Clayton Lilly ended in divorce. She later married Joseph L. Crandall, who died April 9, 1969.

Mrs. Crandall was a retired employe of the Blount Lumber Co.

She was a member of the Sandy Creek Wesleyan Church and a volunteer worker for the Friendship Thrift Shop, Sandy Creek.

ID# 959

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Lloyd C. Crandall

April 22, 1903 – September 9, 1979 Son of the late Burton and Clara Beeman Crandall

Lloyd C. Crandall, 76, 124 Freeman Ave., Solvay, formally of Sandy Creek died Friday evening, Sept. 7, 1979 at Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse.

Born in Sandy Creek, April 22,1903, he was the son of the late Burton and Clara Beeman Crandall. He was educated in Sandy Creek Schools and has lived in the Syracuse area for the past twenty-five years.

Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Cecil Donahue, Sandy Creek two brothers, Burton and Lawrence Crandall, both from Sandy Creek; a nephew, Harwood Donahue, Lacona; two aunts, Mrs. Nora Ridgeway, Lacona and Mrs. Clara Crandall, Sandy Pond.

Funeral services were held Sept. 9, from the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Rev. Virgil Hager, Pastor of the Sandy Creek Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 26, 1979

ID# 960

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M. Josephine Crandall

1902 – unknown Plot: P

ID# 961

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Mary Adalaide “”Addie”” Felt Crandall

April 28, 1856 – May 12, 1936

ID# 962

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Nina E. Crandall

1898 – 1935 Plot: K

ID# 963

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Nora Harding Crandall

unknown – November 23, 1916

She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Asahel Harding of Lacona.

She married Charles Crandall on July 2, 1891, they had four children: Fay who died in 1918 with influenza, Nina who died in an auto accident in 1935, Carrie and Rex who survived their mother & father

ID# 964

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Rena M. Johnson Crandall

May 26, 1885 – October 21, 1963

Utica Daily Press 22 Oct 1963

MRS. RENA CRANDALL

Mrs. Rena Johnson Crandall, 77, of 1902 Briar Ave., a charter member and past grand of the True Blue Rebecca Lodge, Stittville, died yesterday in St. Elizabeth Hospital.

Mrs. Crandall was born in the Town of Floyd and educated in Stittville schools. She was married to Clarence M. Crandall in 1917 in Stittville. The couple moved to Syracuse shortly after their marriage. Mr. Crandall died in 1943. Mrs. Crandall moved to Utica in 1960. She was a Protestant. She was also a member of the Evening Star Rebecca Lodge, Syracuse. Mrs. Crandall leaves a sister, Mrs. Leslie R. Terrill with whom she lived. The funeral will be at 11 Thursday from the Heintz Funeral Home with the Rev. William C. Wood, Central Methodist Church pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Calling hours are from 7 to 9 tonight and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 tomorrow.

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Ward Ellis Crandall

December 18, 1893 – August 25, 1947

For 33 years he served as a rural mail carrier and was also a part time buyer of furs and hides. He was a member of the Lacona Fire Department and Sandy Creek Lodge No. 564, F. & A. M. Odd Fellows at Lacona and member of the Methodist Church.

ID# 966

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William C. Crandall

1874 – 1943 Plot: P

ID# 967

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William Henry Crandall

March 28, 1877 – September 16, 1954

ID# 968

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Esther W. Crary

1921 – 2000 Wife of Stephen A. Crary

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, September 30, 2000

Esther W. Crary, 78, of 417 Churchill St., Bernardine Apartments, Syracuse, formerly of Lacona, died Thursday at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Syracuse.

Mrs. Crary was a teacher’s aide at Sandy Creek Central School, retiring in 1991 after 20 years of service.

She was a member of First Baptist Church, Sandy Creek.

Born Oct. 19, 1921, at East Syracuse, daughter of Newell and Bessie May Hilgenburg Wagner, she attended school in Syracuse.

She married Stephen A. Crary, a town of Pierrepont native, on June 21, 1947. The couple moved to Lacona in 1950. Mr. Crary died Dec. 3, 1959. Mrs. Crary continued to live in Lacona until moving to Syracuse in January 1999.

Surviving are a daughter, Judy Beers, Honeoye Falls; two sons, Charles, Syracuse, and David, Ann Arbor, Mich., nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

An infant daughter, Nancy, died in 1959. Two brothers and five sisters also died before her.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with the Rev. Brian Krause, pastor of Honeoye Falls United Church of Christ, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

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Nancy Ann Crary

December 1, 1959 – December 3, 1959 Daughter of Esther W. & Stephen A. Crary

DEATHS

CRARY: In the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, December 3, 1959, Nancy Ann Crary, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Crary of Lacona.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 10, 1959

Inscription:

2 days

ID# 970

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Stephen A. Crary

May 25, 1910 – December 3, 1959

Stephen Crary Dies Thursday At Lacona Home

Stephen A. Crary A. Crary, 49 was found dead in a bedroom of his Salisbury Street home last Thursday, afternoon as the result of a gunshot wound *in his chest.

Mrs. Frank Crary of Canton who had been helping care for the family while her daughter-in-law was in the hospital found her son’s body.

Assistant District Attorney Thomas McCarthy of Oswego said it was apparently a case of suicide and this finding was confirmed by Dr. Nicholas Alter, county pathologist, who performed an autopsy. It was disclosed that Mr. Crary had been ill and it was believed he was also despondent because of the serious illness of Mrs. Crary.

Private funeral services for Mr. Crary, and for the infant daughter, Nancy Ann Crary who died last Thursday in the House of the Good Samaritan two days after birth, were held at the Weston and Woodard. funeral home Saturday afternoon. Rev., Robert Vining, pastor of Sandy Creek Baptist church, officiated.

Graduate of St. Lawrence.

Mr. Crary was born May 25, 1919 in the town of Pierrepont, the son of Frank and Ella Paddock Crary. His early life was spent in St. Lawrence courity. He was a graduate of Canton High school and a graduate of St. Lawrence university, as were the other members of the family.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Esther Wagner Crary,; two sons, Charles 11 and David 8; and a daughter, Judith, 6. He is also survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crary of Canton; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Warzel of Palisade and Mrs. MariOn Flagg, Oakford, Pa., two brothers, Dr. Albert Crary of Washington, D.C., a leading Antarctic scientist; and James CraTy of, Lafayette, La.

Mr. Crary had operated a truck garden here an d supplied local people and stores with top quality produce.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 10, 1959

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Goldie Derma Nellis Crast

October 7, 1898 – August 11, 1960

Mrs. Goldie Crast Dies in Hospital

Mrs. Goldie Derma Nellis Crast, 61, of 133 East Borden Avenue, Syracuse, died August 11, 1960 in the University Hospital, Syracuse where she had been a patient only one and a half hours. Death was due to a heart attack.

Mrs. Crast was born October 7, 1898 at Lacona, daughter of the late Delmont M. Nellis and Mrs. Grace Lashbrook Nellis. She was a former employee of the Associated Laundries and in late years had handpainted china.

Surviving Relatives

She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Grace Nellis; one daughter, Mrs. Harold (Vivian) Phelps of Manlius; three sons, Kenneth Crast of Hancock Air Base, Syracuse, Delmont Crast of North Syracuse and Jack Crast of Adams: Another son, Major Harwood Crast, was killed in action over Sicily in 1943. She also leaves three brothers, Sutoner and Delmont Nellis. of Lacona and Clifford Nellis of Ohio; three sisters, Mrs. Mabel DeLong of. Syracuse; Mrs. Theresa Lawrence of Potsdam and Mrs.. Helen Kenville of Fayetteville; 11 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

The funeral service was held Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Goodfellow and Newell Funeral home in Manlius, Rev. Cuthburt Rowe officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery in Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Aug 18, 1960

ID# 972

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Frances Doolittle Crockett

1845 – 1926 Wife of Samuel J. Crockett Plot: O

ID# 973

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Infant Son Crockett

unknown – October, 1881 Plot: O

Note: Age 7 mos., 2 days. Son of Samuel J. & Frances Crockett.

ID# 974

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Robert L. Crockett

unknown – April 27, 1874 Plot: O

Note: Age 1 yr. Son of Samuel J. & Frances Crockett.

ID# 975

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Samuel J. Crockett

1837 – 1906 Plot: O

ID# 976

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Richard Cronk

unknown – April 13, 1885 Plot: F

Note: Age 49 yrs. Co. D 20th NY Cav. 1861

ID# 977

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Abram Cronkite

unknown – July 31, 1875 Plot: B

Note: Age 50 yrs., 9 mos., 18 days

ID# 978

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Calvin T. Cronkite

unknown – January 4, 1852 Plot: B

Note: Age 4 mos., 9 days. Son of Abram & Sarah Cronkite.

ID# 979

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Sarah Cronkite

unknown – August 27, 1882 Plot: B

Note: Age 51 yrs., 9 mos., 20 days. Wife of Abram Cronkite.

ID# 980

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Virgil M. Crosby

unknown – unknown Plot: F

ID# 981

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Allen C. Crouse

1926 – 1998 Plot: U

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, April 8, 1998

Allen C. “Pete” Crouse, 71, of 8096 Park St., was found dead of an apparent suicide Tuesday morning in his vehicle on a hunting trail off Brown Road in the town of Lorraine, according to state police.

An autopsy was to be conducted today at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown.

Police said he died from a gunshot to his head. A 12-gauge shotgun was found next to his body. A hose was also found attached to the vehicle exhaust pipe, and was running into the auto, police said.

Mr. Crouse had recently received “bad health news,” police said.

One of his daughters and her husband searched all night for him, and checked “Musher Run” off Brown Road, knowing that was one of his favorite hunting locations, an investigator said. When they discovered his vehicle at about 10 a.m., they called police.

Mr. Crouse was a maintenance planner for Schoeller Technical Paper Co., Pulaski, for 25 years, retiring in 1989. He was an avid snowmobiler, hunter and golfer.

Born Dec. 21, 1926, in Glenfield, son of William and Vivian Merry Crouse, he was educated at General Martin High School, Glenfield.

A Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War, he served aboard the USS Latimer and the USS McKraken.

He married Shirley Austin on Jan. 12, 1949, at First Methodist Church, Lowville. The couple lived in Glenfield until moving to Sandy Creek in 1964. Mrs. Crouse died Sept. 29, 1985.

Surviving are his companion, Judy Donahue; three daughters, Mrs. James (Sandra) Comstock, Sandy Creek, Mrs. Michael (Ronna) Hazard, Sandy Pond, and Mrs. John (Tina) Groff, Mannsville; seven grandchildren, four nephews and three nieces.

Two brothers, Foster and Robert, two sisters, Shirley Ward and Helen Sage, and a granddaughter died before him.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. Roger Bell and Pastor Jeffrey Croft officiating. Burial with military honors will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

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Baby Russel C. Crouse

unknown – unknown

ID# 983

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Inez Crouse

1853 – 1929

ID# 984

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John C. Crouse

April 16, 1930 – May 12, 1998

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Thursday, June 4, 1998

John C. Crouse, 68, of 589 county Route 3, Fulton, died May 12 in Twenty-Nine Palms, Calif.

Born in Pulaski, he retired from Anheuser-Busch Co., Baldwinsville. He was a member of the Country Cruisers Car Club and the Masonic Temple. He was a Navy veteran.

Survivors: Two sons, John Jr. of Mooresville, N.C., and Thomas of Twenty-Nine Palms, Calif.; a daughter, Barbara Crouse of Corning; two brothers, Russell of Utica and Walter of Jacksonville, Fla.; a sister, Nettie Bonner of Virginia Beach, Va.; four grandchildren.

Inscription:

CM1 US Navy Korea Vietnam

ID# 985

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Lena A. Crouse

1889 – 1962

ID# 986

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O. Russel Crouse

1889 – 1952 Husband of Lena A

ID# 987

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Russel D. Crouse

1853 – 1905

ID# 988

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Shirley Austin Crouse

1931 – 1985 Wife of Allen C. Crouse Plot: U

ID# 989

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Belle J. Crowell

1878 – 1934 Wife of Fredric Crowell

ID# 990

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Frederic B. Crowell

1874 – 1940

ID# 991

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Helen Rudd Crowley

1913 – 1999 Wife of John F. Crowley

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Monday, February 8, 1999

Helen R. Crowley, 85, of 538 Main St.,Phoenix,died Sunday at Brothers of Mercy Nursing Home, Clarence.

Born in Phoenix, she was a graduate of Boonville Training Class and Oswego State Normal School. She retired in 1972 as a substitute teacher for Phoenix Central Schools. After retirement, she worked in St. Stephen’s Rectory for Monsignor Robert Lavin. She was a member of St. Stephen’s Church Altar Rosary Society in Phoenix, Phoenix Senior Citizens and Schroeppel Historical Society, and a charter member of the Enterprise Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary.

Her husband, John F., died in 1972. Her daughter, Diane Wydysh, died in 1972.

Survivors: A granddaughter, Jennifer Hartnett of Buffalo; three grandsons, John Wydysh of Portland, Ore., Joel Wydysh of Sussex, New Brunswick, and Aaron Wydysh of Dannemora.

Services: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home and 11 a.m. in St. Stephen’s Church. Spring burial, Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

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John F. Crowley

1908 – 1972 Husband of Helen Crowley. Phoenix Enterprise Fire Company member

ID# 993

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Thomas J. Crowley

February 28, 1931 – October 26, 2010

Thomas J. Crowley, 79, of Sandy Creek, NY, passed away October 26, 2010 at his home. Born February 28, 1931, in Rochester. He graduated from high school in Rochester. Married, May 9, 1959, in Rochester to the former Elizabeth Hefner, who died, in 2003. Then he married Margaret “Peggy” Atkinson on July 31, 2004. He lived in Rochester and Webster, moving to Sandy Creek, in 1993. He was employed by W.R.O.C. Television Station and then SUNY Geneseo until retiring, in 1993. He served in the U.S. Army from 1952 to 1954. He was a very active communicant of Christ Our Light Catholic Community Church. Survived by his wife, Margaret “Peggy”; two sons, Sean of Evans Mills, Dennis (Pamelia) of Perry, NY; four daughters, Maureen (Thomas) Geiser of Webster, Sheila (Michael) LaDue of Watertown, Heather (Jean-Claude) Lemaire of Anchorage, AK and Kellie (Lawrence) Kennedy of Geneseo; six stepchildren; a sister, Mary Schwalb of Tampa, FL; and 11 grandchildren. He was predeceased by two brothers, Dennis and Richard. Funeral Mass will be held 10 a.m. Friday at Christ Our Light Catholic Community Church in Pulaski, with Rev. Jozef Mucha, officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Calling Hours: Thursday (Today) 4 to 7 p.m. at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Memorial contributions to the Sandy Creek Volunteer Fire Dept.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard on October 28, 2010

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Lettie Harding Crysler

May 13, 1859 – March 16, 1935

MRS. LETTIE ELMER CRYSLER

Mrs. Lettie Elmer Crysler passed away at Homer, N.Y., March 16, 1935. Mrs. Crysler was born in Sandy Creek, N.Y., May 13, 1859. She was the daughter of Thomas Harding and Antoinette Stevens, who was a sister of the late Henry Stevens. At the age of 22 she was married to Franklin D. Elmer of Sandy Creek, the son of Theodore Elmer and Maria Snyder. To them were born three children, Grace A. Elmer, who died at the age of 19; Blanche E. Whitford who was buried on her birthday August 29, 1921, and Merle E. Tebo, who still survives and with her husband, Clarence W. Tebo is in the evangelistic field. Franklin D. Elmer passed away in 1904 and in 1925 she was married to Wesley A. Crysler, McGraw, N.Y., who passed away in the fall of 1932.

During the last summer she was with Mr. and Mrs. Tebo at their headquarters at the Central N.Y. Bible Conference; Homer, N.Y.

When they began their work in the churches in the fall she went to the home of Mrs. W.E. Jenkins, a graduate nurse, in Homer, who cared for her, until she passed away.

Mrs. Crysler accepted Christ as her Saviour when the Praying Band was in the Old Methodist Church in 1877, and shortly afterward joined that, church. For many years she was superintendent of the primary department of the Sunday School. Her last service in the church was as teacher of the Gleaners’ Class of tlie McGraw M.E. Church.

She is survived by her daughter, Merle E. Tebo, and one sister, Mrs. H.C. Temple of Alliance, Ohio.

Funeral services were conducted in the M.E. Church, Tuesday March 19, Sandy Creek, by Rev. John Darrow, pastor of the M.E.church, Homer, N.Y., assisted by Rev. K.R. Bliss, Mexico, N.Y., andRev. Dobbie, Sandy Creek.

Interment was in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

“When comes to the weary

a blessed relief,

When upward we pass

to the kingdom of peace,

When free from the woes that on

earth we must bear

We’ll say “good night” hero but “good

morning” up there.

Good morning up there where Christ

Is the light,

Good morning up there where cometh

no night,

When we pass from this earth too

God’s heaven so fair,

We’ll say “good-night” here, but

“good’ mourning” up there

Source: Sandy Creek News, March 21, 1935

ID# 995

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Bert M. Cummings

1875 – 1960 Plot: Q

ID# 996

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Cyrina Christine Cummings

March 14, 1991 – March 28, 1991 Daughter of Carol Cummings Plot: Q

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, March 29, 1991

Cyrina Christine Cummings, infant daughter of Carol C. Cummings, 9630 N. Main St., died Thursday at the State University of New York Health Science Center, Syracuse, where she underwent heart surgery on Wednesday.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Summerville Funeral Home, with the Rev. Janet Gibbs, pastor of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Calling hours will be from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.

Surviving besides her mother are her maternal grandparents, Carl and Judy Cummings, Sandy Creek; her maternal great-grandfather, Edward Killam, Lacona; an uncle, Jeff Cummings, Pulaski; and a cousin.

Born March 14 in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, she was transferred to the hospital in Syracuse shortly after birth.

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Judith A. Cummings

March 19, 1942 – January 6, 2015

ID# 998

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Lillian Gorman Cummings

May 8, 1883 – March 6, 1975

Lillian A. Cummings, 91, of 7667 Scott Rd., Sandy Creek passed away on Thursday evening, March 6 at her home.

She was born on May 8, 1883 at Williamstown, N.Y. the daughter of Simon and Mary Ann Hughes Gorman. She was a life resident of the Redfield-Sandy Creek area.

She was married on June 19, 1912 to William Cummings at the St. Patrick’s Church, Williamstown with the Rev. Joseph Tiernan officiating. The couple operated a farm for several years and Mr. Cummings later was employed by the New York Central Railroad. He died on March 9, 1959.

Mrs. Cummings was a member of the St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Church at Lacona.

Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Leland (Irene) Joyner of Sandy Creek, Mrs. Orin (Harriet) Curry of Sandy Creek, Mrs. Francis (Beatrice) Truex of Schuyler Lake, N.Y. and Mrs. Ralph (Mary) Rourke of Oswego one son, Hugh Cummings of Warrensburg, N.Y., 19 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were held on Monday, March 10 at 9:30 p.m. at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek and at 10 a.m. at the St. Francis Church, Lacona with the Rev. Daniel DeLorme officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: The Pulaski democrat, March 12, 1975

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Rosa D. King Cummings

March 23, 1879 – December 4, 1955

Mrs. Cummings Dies in Hospital

Mrs. Rosa D.. Cummings, 76, wife of Bert M. Cummings of Sandy Creek, died December 4, 1955 in the House of the Good

Samaritan, Watertown, where she had been a patient since September 20. She had been in poor health for four years.

Surviving besides her husband are a daughter, Miss Ruth Cummings; two sons, Roy and Spencer Cummings; a grandson, Carl, all of Sandy Creek, and one brother, Jason L. King of Watertown. Survivors also include nieces and nephews.

Two sisters pre-deceased Mrs. Cumnilngs; Nellie (Mrs. W.C. Carnrite) January 21, 1927 and Mina (Mrs. Clarence E. Grothier) of Watertown January 18, l927; also a brother, Howard King, died in 1919.

She was born March 23, 1879 in Boylston, a daughter of Edson D. and Naney Huffstater King. She was a dressmaker before her marriag;e to Bert M. Cummings at Oswego June 5, 1901. The couple lived for four years in Oswego and Fulton before moving to Sandy Creek, where they have since resided.

Mrs. Cummings was a member of the Sandy Creek Methodist church and a past member of the Sandy Creek Grange.

Funeral Held Wednesday

A private funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon at 2 at the Weston and Woodard funeral hdme, Rev. Bernard Draper, pastor of Sandy Creek Wesleyan Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

Bearers were Gilbert Williams, William Craig, Earl Lewis and Claire Soule, Sr.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 8, 1955

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Roy B. Cummings

May 8, 1906 – December 19, 1983

Roy B. Cummings, age 77, of the Orwell Road, Lacona, died Monday evening, Dec. 19, 1983 at the Harr-Wood Nursing Home, Oswego.

He was born May 8, 1906 in Lacona, son of Bert and Rosa King Cummings. He was eduqated in Sandy Creek Schools and was a life resident of the Sandy Creek – Lacona area.

He was a self-employed carpenter and painter. He was a member of the Sandy Creek Lodge 564 F. & A.M. and a retired member of the Sandy Creek Fire Department.

His family home on Salisbury Street, Sandy Creek, was one of those taken for construction of Interstate Route 81, in 1960, and they then moved to the former Canough home at the intersection of the Orwell and Smartville Roads, Lacona.

A self-employed carpenter and painter, Mr. Cummings took great pride in keeping his large house and its surroundings in prime condition. He spent some time just before retiring due to ill health in painting his home one last time.

Surviving are a sister, Miss Ruth Cummingsf, resident of the Evergreen Adult Home, Pulaski; one brother, Spencer Cummings of Sandy Creek and one nephew, Carl Cummings of Lacona.

Private services were held at Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. Charles A. Wheeler, pastor of Sandy Creek Wesleyan Church officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Regional Oncology Center, in care of Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse N.Y. 13120.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, Dec 26, 1983

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Ruth Cummings

1904 – 1988 Plot: Q

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Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, December 9, 1988

Ruth Cummings, 84, formerly of the Orwell-Lacona Road, died at 3:24 p.m. Thursday in the Harwood Nursing Home, Oswego, where she had been a patient since Oct. 21.

Arrangements with the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, are incomplete.

Surviving are a nephew, Carl Cummings, Sandy Creek, a great-niece and a great-nephew.

death CUMMINGS – In Harwood Nursing Home, Oswego, Dec. 8, 1988, Ruth Cummings, 84, formerly of Lacona.

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Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, December 10, 1988

The funeral for Ruth Cummings, 84, Salisbury Street, who died Thursday at the Harwood Nursing Home, Oswego, will be 1 p.m. Sunday at the Summerville Funeral Home.

Rev. Janet Gibbs, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. There will be no calling hours.

Born in Oswego, Sept. 7, 1904, she was a daughter of Bert and Rosa King Cummings. She was graduated from Sandy Creek High School, and resided in Sandy Creek most of her life.

Her brothers, Roy and Spencer Cummings, died in 1983 and 1984, respectively.

FUNERALS

CUMMINGS – Funeral for Ruth Cummings, 84, Sandy Creek, 1 p.m. Sunday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

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Spencer Edson Cummings

September 9, 1911 – July 18, 1984

Spencer E. Cummings, 72, of 8129 Salisbury Street, Sandy Creek, died Wednesday, July 18, 1984 at his home.

Born Sept. 9, 1911 in the Town of Sandy Creek, a son of Bert and Rosa King Cummings, he attended Sandy Creek schools and married Thelma Mae Soper July 3, 1937 in Fulton. She died December 27, 1972.

A Naval veteran of World War II, he retired in 1974 from Blount Lumber Company, Lacona. For many years, Mr. Cummings raised excellent garden produce for sale at his home. He was also a retired member of the Sandy Creek Fire Department, and had been an avid participant on the local Checker Club, during the 1930’s.

He is survived by a son, Carl; a sister, Miss Ruth Cummings, and two grandchildren, Carol and Jeff Cummings, all of Sandy Creek, A brother, Roy, died December 19, 1983.

Funeral services were held Friday, July 20, at the Summerville funeral Home, with Rev. Louis Hausele, pastor of the Boylston Wesleyan Church, officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, July 30, 1984

ID# 1003

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William F. Cummings

1882 – 1959 Plot: P

ID# 1004

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Joseph Cummins

December 13, 1870 – August 3, 1953 Plot: F

ID# 1005

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Maitland D. Cummins

1908 – 1943 Husband of Myrtle

ID# 1006

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Myrtle Cummins

1910 – 1996 Wife of Maitland Cummins

ID# 1007

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Pearl J. Woodard Cummins

1875 – 1899 Wife of Joseph Cummins Plot: F

ID# 1008

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Harriet A. Cummings Curry

January 9, 1919 – April 5, 1980

Harriet A. Curry, 61

The funeral for Mrs. Harriet A. Curry, 61, of 8002 Franklin St., widow of Orin R. Curry, was Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the Summerville Funeral Home and at ll a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Church, Lacona, with Rev. Walter Florczyk officiating.

Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. David (Karen) Williams, Mattydale, and Mrs. Nelson (Sue) Craig, Saskatchewan, Canada; two grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Leland (Irene) Joyner, Sandy Creek.

Mrs. Curry died at 8 a.m. Friday in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, April 5.

Born Jan. 9, 1919, in Lacona, daughter of William and Lillian Gorman Cummings, she attended Sandy Creek schools and was married to Orin R. Curry April 10, 1942, at Redfield.

Mr. Curry, a printer for Corse Press, died Nov. 15, 1969.

A life resident of the Sandy Creek section, Mrs. Curry formerly was employed at W.S. Rice, Inc., Adams.

She was a communicant of St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Church

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 9, 1980

ID# 1009

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Orin R. Curry

1920 – 1969 Plot: P

ID# 1010

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Genevieve Irene Saint Curtis

1911 – February, 1996

Post-Standard, (Syracuse, NY) February 7, 1996, p. B12

Genevieve I. Curtis, 85, of Natural Bridge, and formerly of Sandy Creek, died Monday at Carthage Hospital.

Surviving are two daughters, . . .; two sons . . ..

Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Summerville Funeral Home. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 1997 Harwood Drive.

ID# 1011

FindAGrave Memorial# 117094653

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Marietta Widric Curtis

March 2, 1836 – January 1, 1907 Daughter of Jacob Widric (Widrig) and Mary Margaret Rema, Wife of Willis Curtis.

ID# 1012

FindAGrave Memorial# 52513693

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Roswell E. Curtis

March 20, 1906 – October 28, 1988

Watertown Daily Times (NY) October 26, 1988, p. 26

Roswell E. Curtis, 82, of 1524 Swan Road, Lewiston, formerly of Natural Bridge and Carthage, died Tuesday at Mount Saint Mary’s Hospital, Lewiston.

A graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, with Rev. Virgil H. Hager, pastor of the Sandy Creek First Baptist Church, officiating.

Calling hours will be 7 to 9 this evening and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the M.J. Colucci & Son Funeral Chapel, 468 19th St., Niagara Falls. Local arrangements are with Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek.

Surviving are his wife, Genevieve; four sons,. . .; two daughters,. . .; 27 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; a sister,. . ., and several nieces and nephews.

He was born in Adams on March 20, 1906, a son of Erskine and Minne Smith Curtis, and married Genevieve Saint Oct. 27, 1927, at the home of the bride’s parents, Sandy Creek.

The couple lived in Natural Bridge, where Mr. Curtis was employed by the Carbola Chemical Co. They then lived in Carthage, and Mr. Curtis owned and operated a farm.

From 1955 to 1963, the couple lived at Niagara Falls. Mr. Curtis was employed as a painter with the Carborundum Co. there until his retirement in 1963.

They moved to Carthage after Mr. Curtis’s retirement, later returning to make their home in Lewiston in 1986.

death CURTIS – At Mount Saint Mary’s Hospital, Lewiston, Oct. 25, 1988, Roswell E. Curtis, 82, Lewiston, formerly of Natural Bridge and Carthage. Graveside service Friday, 2 p.m., Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 1013

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642353

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Willis Curtis

August 16, 1838 – June 4, 1901 Plot: B

ID# 1014

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642354

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Anna M. Curtiss

unknown – February 18, 1838 Plot: A

Note: Age 19 yrs., 12 days. Daughter of Wyllys & Betsey Curtiss

ID# 1015

FindAGrave Memorial# 117487191

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Betsey Curtiss

unknown – January 2, 1873

Inscription:

wife of Willys Curtiss, Aged 72 yrs, 7 mos., 22 dys

ID# 1016

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642355

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Debby Curtiss

unknown – September 13, 1893 Plot: A

Note: Age 67 yrs., 7 mos., 5 days. Wife of Miles Curtiss

ID# 1017

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642356

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Fanny Curtiss

unknown – September 17, 1850 Plot: A

Note: Age 19 yrs., 1 mo., 23 days. Daughter of Wyllys & Betsey Curtiss

ID# 1018

FindAGrave Memorial# 18919170

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Harriet A. Curtiss

unknown – November 20, 1836

Note: Daughter of John & Susan Curtiss. Aged 2 years 11 months & 7 days

ID# 1019

FindAGrave Memorial# 18919159

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John H. Curtiss

unknown – October 6, 1837

Note: Husband of Susan Curtiss. Aged 37 years

ID# 1020

FindAGrave Memorial# 117487017

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Wyllys Curtiss

unknown – August 22, 1869

Inscription:

Aged 72 yrs, 9 mos.,11 days

ID# 1021

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Eban W. Cutler

1877 – 1904

ID# 1022

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642357

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Infant Cutler

unknown – February, 1901 Plot: D

ID# 1023

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Jane S. Cutler

1842 – 1927

ID# 1024

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642358

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George W. Daily

March 28, 1848 – March 2, 1917 Plot: L

Note: Age 68 yrs. Co. I 91st NY Inf. 1861 65 Flagholder.

ID# 1025

FindAGrave Memorial# 18934240

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Martin Daley

1937 – 2004

August 10, 2004 Martin W. Daley, 67, of 2083 Lake St., Sandy Creek, NY, died Tuesday. Born in New York City, he lived in Webster, NY, moving to Sandy Creek in 1977. Employed in the real estate business, and owned several apartments in the Sandy Creek-Lacona area. U.S. Army veteran, served from 1956-1961. He was a Cub Master for the Boy Scouts for 25 years. Member of Sandy Creek Wesleyan Church.

Survivors: his wife of 47 years, Helen; two sons, Martin A. and Ronald, both of Hastings; five grandchildren.

Services Friday 2 p.m. at Summerville Funeral Home. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Calling hours Thursday 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home, 1997 Harwood Dr., Sandy Creek.

Source: Syracuse Post Standard, August 12, 2004

Note: metal marker from funeral home

ID# 1026

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642359

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Rev. Daniel Daly

October 3, 1833 – July, 1916 Plot: L

Sandy Creek news., July 20, 1916, Page 4, Image 4

ID# 1027

FindAGrave Memorial# 93837528

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Albert Dana

unknown – July 3, 1928

ALBERT DANA

Albert Dana, 77 years of age died at 11:10 Tuesday, July 3, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fred Keller. Mr. Dana had been ill several weeks at his home but wanted to go down to his daughter’s where he was sick the last three weeks. The funeral was largely attended Thursday, July 5. Mr. Dana has a sister, Mrs. Robert McCluer in Syracuse, two brothers, John and Hught, of Benton Harbor, Michigan, a daughter, Maud of Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, July 12, 1928

ID# 1028

FindAGrave Memorial# 29684277

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Elroy A Dana

June 28, 1919 – August 14, 1983 Plot: Unknown

Elroy A Dana was the oldest son of Grant E Dana and Mary P. Lillis..

ID# 1029

FindAGrave Memorial# 93837412

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Erie Dana

unknown – December, 1918

ERIE DANA

On December 15, Albert Dana received a telegram from the new Base Hospital at Camp Mills, Long Island, that his son, Erie Dana, was very sick

and he and his daughter, Mrs. Fred Keller, left on the night train to see him, and after taking the long ride got there too late to see him alive, as he died the night they were on the way to see him. He had been sick and in the hospital a few days before, got better and went back to duty, caught cold and had pneumonia. He was the last of three sons all of whom died with pneumonia. A letter came to Mr. Dana saying Erie was an excellent soldier, and was universally liked by his officers and fellow soldiers and his untimely death is a genuine source of sorrow to all. His death occurred in the line of duty and is no less honorable than had it occurred in the field of battle. He is survived by his father and sister, Mrs. Fred Keller.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 2, 1918

ID# 1030

FindAGrave Memorial# 18942593

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Frances S. Collins Dana

March 6, 1886 – April 29, 1954

Mrs. Wm. Dana’s Funeral Is Held

Mrs. Frances Collins Dana, 68, wife of William Dana of Sandy Creek, died April 29, 1954, in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where she had been a patient for a week with a heart ailment.

Her funeral was held Sunday afternoon at 2 at the Weston and

Woodard funeral home, with Rev. Leland Webster of the First Methodist church officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

Born In Clayton

Mrs. Dana was born March 6, 1886 at Clayton, the daughter of

Frando and Princetta Collins, and spent the early part of her life there.

She is survived by her husband and five sons, William, Watertown; Harley, Sandy Creek, Harrison, Pulaski, and James and Ernest, Lacoha; three daughters, Mrs; Rolon (Elsie) Helbock, Sandy Creek; Mrs. George (Mildred) Stewart, Mannsville, and Mrs. William (Charlotte) Oakes, Syracuse; two sisters, Mrs. Walter (Emma) Chapman, Watertown, and Mrs. Joseph (Flossie) Wood, Clayton, and a brother, Herbert Collins, Utica. Twenty grandchildren and one great-grandchild also survive.

Source: Sandy Creek News, May 6, 1954

ID# 1031

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G. F. Dana

1867 – 1939

ID# 1032

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Gerald Wilson Dana

November 17, 1917 – July 4, 1948

Gerald Dana, Veteran Of World War 2, Dies After Brief Illness

Gerald Wilson Dana, 31, of Lacona, died Sunday, July 4, 1948, in Memorial hospital, Syracuse, of a brain tumor after at short illness.

Born here Nov. 17, 1917, Mr. Dana served three years with the United States Army, two years of which were spent in the South Pacific area. He was a member of the 224th Searchlight Battalion. He received his honorable discharge January 20, 1946.

The son of William Dana and Frances Collins Dana, Mr. Dana was married to Leta Champion Aug. 16, 1940. He was educated here and was employed by the Blount Lumber Co.

Surviving, in addition to his parents and wife are five brothers, William T., Watertown; Harley L., Sandy Creek; James R, Lacona; Harrison J., Pulaski, and Ernest P., Sandy Creek, and three sisters, Mrs. Elsie Weaver, Sandy, Creek; Mrs. Mildred Stewart, Mannsville, and Mrs. Charlotte Oakes, Syracuse.

Services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Westom Woodard funeral home, the Rev. Herbert Harrison, pastor of Sandy Creek Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, July 8, 1948

ID# 1033

FindAGrave Memorial# 18943058

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Glen Dana

1903 – August 2, 1990 Husband of Margaret M. Dana

Glen Dana

MAPLEVIEW- Graveside services for Glen Dana, 80, a former resident of Route 11, Mapleview, who died Thursday, Aug. 2, at Harr-Wood Nursing Home, Oswego, were conducted Saturday, Aug. 4, in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

A native of Sandy Creek, Mr. Dana also lived in Pulaski and Adams Center, where he owned and operated a restaurant and service station. After his retirement in 1973 he moved to Maple View. His wife, the former Margaret Loomis, died in 1980.

Surviving are two sons, Norman of Parish and James of Mexico; six grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, Aug 20, 1990

ID# 1034

FindAGrave Memorial# 29684265

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Grant Everett Dana

October 7, 1891 – August 29, 1983

Grant was the husband of Mary P Lillis and the father of Elroy Dana , and Jack E Dana.

ID# 1035

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642360

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Harley L. Dana

1909 – 1981 Plot: H

ID# 1036

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642361

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Harriet Dana

1881 – 1958 Plot: B

ID# 1037

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Harrison Dana

1922 – 2000

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Saturday, July 22, 2000

Harrison J. Dana, 78, Route 3, died Friday at Genesis HealthCare, Watertown.

Mr. Dana was employed by the Oswego County Highway Department, Pulaski, for 26 years, retiring in 1984. He also owned and operated a dairy farm for many years.

Before entering the nursing home, he had lived in Sandy Creek all his life.

Born Jan. 8, 1922, in the town of the Sandy Creek, son of William and Frances Collins Dana, he attended Sandy Creek schools.

He married Mildred Roberts on April 25, 1942, at Sandy Creek.

Surviving besides his wife are three sons, Robert E., Lincoln, R.I., Richard H., Altmar, and Gerald A., Pulaski; two daughters, Janet E. England, Mannsville, and Janelle D. Bettinger, Sandy Creek; two brothers, James and Ernest “Toby,” both of Sandy Creek; a sister, Charlotte Oakes, Syracuse, 22 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.

A son, Gordon W., died Feb. 5, 1994.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ID# 1038

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642362

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Hugh Dana

January 24, 1870 – February 13, 1950 Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., February 16, 1950, Page 1, Image 1

ID# 1039

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Jack Everette Dana

July 27, 1926 – October 16, 1999

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Monday, October 18, 1999

Jack E. Dana, 73, of 833 E. Brighton Ave.,Syracuse,died Saturday at Francis House.

He was born in Syracuse. He retired in 1989 after 40 years as a lather and carpenter in Syracuse. He was a former member of the Valley Men’s Club, a member of Valley American Legion Post 1468, Carpenters Local Union 747 and the Lathers Union. He was a Navy veteran of World War II.

Survivors: Two sons, Scott of Syracuse and Grant of Marathon; eight grandchildren.

Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. No calling hours.

Jack Everette Dana was the 2nd son of Grant Everette Dana and Mary P Lillis. He was the brother of Elroy A Dana. He is a Veteran of W.W. II, U.S. Navy. Jack was the husband of Patricia Jean Dana (1928-2000)

ID# 1040

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James R Dana

1915 – 2008

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, October 30, 2008

James R. Dana, 93, of 5096 County Route 22, died Tuesday at his home.

Mr. Dana was employed by Blount Lumber Co. and then at General Crushed Stone for 37 years, retiring in 1979.

Born Aug. 24, 1915, at Sandy Creek, son of William and Frances Collins Dana, he attended Sandy Creek School.

He married Mabel L. White on June 7, 1936, in Fleming with the Rev. Floyd Fennen officiating. Mrs. Dana died April 7.

Mr. Dana was a member of the Sandy Creek Baptist Church. He and his wife enjoyed bowling, having participated in couples leagues in Adams.

He is survived by several nieces and nephews.

Three sisters, Mildred G. Stacy, Elsie Helbock and Charlotte Oakes, and five brothers, Bill, Harley, Ernest “Toby,” Gerald and Harrison J., died before him.

The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with the Rev. George Reed, pastor of Sandy Creek Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 1041

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Mabel L. Dana

unknown – April 7, 2008

92, of 5096 Co. Rt. 22 Lacona, NY, died Monday, April 7, 2008. Survivors: husband of 71 years, James; brother, Paul White of Taburg; two nieces. Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek.

Rev. George Reed officiating. A calling hour will be Thursday, 1 to 2 p.m. prior to the funeral at the funeral home. Contributions: Friends of Oswego County Hospice, P.O. Box 102, Oswego, NY, 13126.

ID# 1042

FindAGrave Memorial# 18943062

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Margaret M. Loomis Dana

August 28, 1914 – December 3, 1980 Wife of Glen Dana

Margaret M. Dana, 66

Mrs. Margaret M. Dana, 66, Route 11, wife of Glen Dana, died Wednesday afternoon, December 3,1980, at Oswego City Hospital where she was taken after being stricken ill at her home.

Born in Water town on Aug. 28,1914, a daughter of George and Maude Rogers Loomis, she was educated in Adams schools.

She married Glen Dana on Jan. 25, 1937 at the Puiaski Congregational Church with Rev. Alfred W. Budd officiating. The couple lived in Adams Center and Pulaski for many years at which time they operated a service station and restaurant. They retired in 1973 and moved to Maple View.

She is survived by her husband, Glen, two sons, Norman, Parish, and James, Mexico; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; a brother, George Loomis, Watertown; two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Hammatt, Watertown, and Mrs. Doris Otis, Mannsville, several nieces and nephews.

The funeral was Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with Capt. James Smith of the Watertown Salvation Army, officiating. Spring burial will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Calling hours were Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 10, 1980

ID# 1043

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Marion J. Dana

1915 – 1988 Wife of William F.Dana

ID# 1044

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642363

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Mary Dana

June 2, 1918 – January 2, 1988 Mary was the daughter of William Lillis and Emma White Lillis, she was the wife of Grant E Dana. Plot: Q

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Monday, January 4, 1988

Services for Mary Dana, 92, of 122 W. Seneca Turnpike, Syracuse, who died Saturday at Hill Haven Nursing Home after a long illness, will be private and at the convenience of the family at the Norris Funeral Home, Marcellus. Burial will be in Sandy Creek Cemetery.

There will be no calling hours.

She was a native of Sandy Creek. Mrs. Dana traveled extensively with her husband, Grant Dana, during his tour of duty with the U.S. Navy. Upon completion of Mr. Dana’s tour, the couple lived in Syracuse. Mrs. Dana was a former real-estate agent for the Ringsdorf Real Estate Co. of Syracuse.

Surviving are a son, Jack of Syracuse; eight grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and one niece.

ID# 1045

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Mary P Lillis Dana

June 26, 1895 – May 26, 1989 Plot: Q

ID# 1046

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Mildred Dana

1922 – 2010

ID# 1047

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642364

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Nettie Lee Dana

1875 – 1940 Wife of Hugh Dana Plot: R

ID# 1048

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Patricia Jean Dana

February 6, 1928 – August 5, 2000

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) – Monday, August 7, 2000

Patricia Jean Dana, 72, of 417 Churchill Ave.,Syracuse,died Saturday at Loretto.

Born in Ilion, she lived in Syracuse most of her life. She retired in 1990 from Community-General Hospital’s Central Service. She was a communicant of Our Lady of Lourdes Church and a member of Valley American Legion Ladies Auxiliary.

Survivors: Two sons, Grant of Cortland and Scott of Syracuse; seven grandchildren.

Services: 9 a.m. Wednesday in Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Calling hours, 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Butler-Badman Funeral Home, 4504 W. Seneca Turnpike, Onondaga Hill.

ID# 1049

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642365

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Ruth F. Dana

1906 – 1998 Wife of Harley L. Dana Plot: H

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, March 18, 1998

Ruth E. Dana, 91, of 704 Mill St., formerly of Sandy Creek, died at 4:35 p.m. Tuesday at Genesis HealthCare, Watertown, where she had been a patient since Dec. 2.

Mrs. Dana was a homemaker.

Following the death of her husband, she made her home with her daughter in Mannsville, for 16 years.

Born Sept. 5, 1906, at Michigan, a daughter Peter and Mary Frances Burch McArthur, she moved to the Sandy Creek area as a young child. She was educated in Sandy Creek area schools. She married Harley Lee Dana on July 29, 1931, at Sandy Creek Methodist parsonage, with the Rev. T. Davies officiating. She and her husband lived in Sandy Creek all their married life. Mr. Dana, a retired Blount Lumber Co., employee, died Oct. 14, 1981.

Surviving are the daughter, Mrs. Clarence (Mary ) Reardon, Mannsville; two grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

Spring graveside services will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek

ID# 1050

FindAGrave Memorial# 18942589

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William B. Dana

February 3, 1880 – June 12, 1954 Husband of Frances S. Dana

William Dana, 74 Dies in Hospital

William Dana, 74, died June 12, 1954 in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where he had been a patient since last Thursday, suffering from a heart ailment. His wife, Mrs. Frances Collins Dana, died there April 29.

Born February 3, 1880, Mr. Dana was a life-long resident of the Sandy Creek area. He was a farmer many years and worked for the Blount Lumber Company before to his retirement two years ago.

Surviving Relatives

Mr. Dana is survived by five sons, William, Watertown, Harley, Sandy Creek,, Harrison, Pulaski, and, James and Ernest, Lacona; three daughters, Mrs. Rolon (Elsie) Helbock, Sandy Creek, Mrs. George (Mildred) Stewart, Mannsville, and Mrs. William (Charlotte). Oakes, Syracuse; two sisters, Mrs. Joseph McClear Fine, and Mrs. Floyd Crandall, Pulaski; three brothers, Grant Dana, Syracuse, Harrison Dana, Woodville, and Robert Dana, Sandy Creek. There are 20 grandchildren and

one great-grandchild.

The funeral was held Monday afternoon at the Weston and Woodard funeral home in Sandy Creek, the Rev. Leland Webster of First Methodist church officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 17, 1954

ID# 1051

FindAGrave Memorial# 87384397

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William F. Dana

1904 – 1965 Husband of Marion J

ID# 1052

FindAGrave Memorial# 136260062

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Frederick James Darrow Sr

April 9, 1922 – January 17, 2000

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, January 19, 2000

son of Frank E. and Ethel Darrow; World War II veteran, he enlisted in the Army in October 1942 and served with Company A of the 323rd Engineer Battalion in the Asiatic-Pacific theater until February 1946;

He married Ruth DeForest on March 5, 1955, at Stone Street Presbyterian Church, Watertown, with the Rev. Thomas Carlisle officiating. Mrs. Darrow died June 10, 1985, in Watertown.

Surviving are three sons; five daughters; a brother; three sisters; 14 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

Two sons, Fred J. Jr. and Dennis, died before him.

ID# 1053

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642367

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Ralph Darrow

unknown – September 14, 1873 Plot: E

Note: Age 10 mos., 14 days. Son of J. & M. Darrow.

ID# 1054

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642366

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Ralph Darrow

unknown – May 10, 1880 Plot: E

Note: Age 66yrs., 7 mos., 9 days. Co. C 2nd NY Artl.

ID# 1055

FindAGrave Memorial# 136260489

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Ruth DeForest Darrow

August 18, 1931 – June 10, 1985

ID# 1056

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642368

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Arlene Balcom Davidson

1935 – unknown Plot: S

ID# 1057

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642369

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Earl Davidson

1931 – unknown Plot: S

ID# 1058

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642370

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Timothy J. Davidson

1965 – 1965 Son of Earl & Arlene Davidson Plot: S

ID# 1059

FindAGrave Memorial# 116647773

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Rev Thomas T Davies

March 1, 1860 – August, 1937

Partial Obit:

REV. T. T. DAVIES

DIES AT HOME OF

STEPSON FRIDAY

Was Pastor of Sandy Creek

Congregational Church

About 40 Years.

SANDYY CREEK. Aug 28.-The

Rev. Thomas T. Davies, 76, retired

pastor of the Congregational

church in Sandy Creek and widely

known Oswego county minister,

died at the home of his stepson,

C. J. Jones, 140 Flower avenue,

east, Watertown, Friday. Death

was caused by diabetes and com

plications.

ID# 1060

FindAGrave Memorial# 116647909

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Winnifred “Winnie” Roberts Davies

1854 – 1930 Wife of Rev. Thomas Davies

ID# 1061

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Ann Davis

1844 – 1937

ID# 1062

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642371

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Charlotte Davis

1838 – 1881 Wife of Reuben W. Davis Plot: H

ID# 1063

FindAGrave Memorial# 51849382

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Clara L Hadley Davis

1863 – October 21, 1889

ID# 1064

FindAGrave Memorial# 112028020

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Earl Davis

1876 – 1913 Plot: C

ID# 1065

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642372

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Endsley Davis

1850 – unknown Plot: B

ID# 1066

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642373

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Fred L. Davis

1872 – 1924 Plot: K

ID# 1067

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642374

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Freeman Davis

unknown – November 28, 1860 Plot: B

Note: Age 62 yrs., 6 mos.

ID# 1068

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642375

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Freeman Davis

1878 – 1958 Plot: F

ID# 1069

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642376

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Freeman Davis

unknown – October 8, 1882 Plot: H

Note: Age 1 yr., 11 mos., 20 days. Son of Reuben W. & Charlotte Davis.

ID# 1070

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642377

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George W. Davis

1844 – 1912 Plot: C

ID# 1071

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642378

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George W. Davis

1844 – 1907 Plot: N

ID# 1072

FindAGrave Memorial# 112027838

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George W. Davis

1844 – 1944

ID# 1073

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642379

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Hannah Davis

unknown – August 27, 1891 Plot: B

Note: Age 91 yrs., 7 mos., 25 days. Wife of Freeman Davis.

ID# 1074

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642380

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Harriete Davis

1845 – 1915 Plot: N

ID# 1075

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642381

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Henry I. Davis

December 22, 1833 – January 13, 1911 Plot: C

ID# 1076

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642382

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Jay M. Davis

1862 – 1907 Plot: N

ID# 1077

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642383

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John Davis

1816 – 1907 Plot: B

ID# 1078

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642384

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Lillie G. Davis

unknown – October 18, 1862 Plot: H

Note: Age 3 yrs., 7 mos., 28 days. Daughter of Reuben W. & Charlotte Davis.

ID# 1079

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642385

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Margaret Allen Davis

1873 – 1951 Wife of Freeman Davis Plot: F

ID# 1080

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642386

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Marguerite Weldon Davis

September 9, 1870 – December 28, 1940 Wife of Jay M. Davis Plot: N

Sandy Creek news., January 15, 1941, Page 7, Image 7

ID# 1081

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642387

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Martha Ann Hadley Davis

1818 – 1907 Wife of John Davis Plot: B

ID# 1082

FindAGrave Memorial# 112126836

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Nathan Davis

1831 – 1892

ID# 1083

FindAGrave Memorial# 112027734

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Olive Kent Davis

July 25, 1839 – April 6, 1900 Wife of Henry I. Davis

ID# 1084

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642388

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Reuben W. Davis

unknown – March 3, 1890 Plot: H

Note: Age 55 yrs.

ID# 1085

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642389

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Rosel H. Davis

1842 – 1915 Plot: N

ID# 1086

FindAGrave Memorial# 112126875

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Ruth Davis

1833 – 1915

ID# 1087

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642390

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Sarah Davis

unknown – May 25, 1836 Wife of John Davis Plot: B

Note: Age 38 yrs. Wife of John Davis.

ID# 1088

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642391

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Sarah Davis

1852 – unknown Plot: B

ID# 1089

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642392

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Eva T. Dawes

1860 – 1940 Wife of George H. Dawes Plot: P

ID# 1090

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642393

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George H. Dawes

1857 – 1937 Plot: P

ID# 1091

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642394

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Leland H. Dawes

December 4, 1887 – December 22, 1966 Plot: P

ID# 1092

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642395

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Roy O. Dawes

December 6, 1899 – July 7, 1970 Plot: P

ID# 1093

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Elizabeth Dawson

November 2, 1829 – June 19, 1923

Sandy Creek News June 21, 1923 Page Eight

DAWSON—In Sandy Creek, June 19,

1923, Miss Elizabeth. Dawson, aged 86

years 7 months.

DAWSON—In Sandy Creek, N. T., June

19, 1923, Miss Elizabeth Dawson. “Miss

Dawson was born November 2, 1836,

in County Fur-Manor, Ireland, and

formerly resided in Watertown. The

funeral was held from the home, of

her niece, Mrs. Wilbur Tifft, with

whom she resided when she died,

Thursday at 2 o’clock, Rev. T . T.

Davies officiating. Interment in “Woodlawn

cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 1094

FindAGrave Memorial# 18919612

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Virginia Rose Day

1918 – 1989

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, June 16, 1989

The funeral for Virginia M. Day, 71, of the Samaritan-Keep Nursing Home, a retired registered nurse, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Reed & Benoit Funeral Home, with the Rev. Walter E. Giles, associate rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Mrs. Day died at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the nursing home.

Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to the Samaritan-Keep Nursing Home.

Surviving are a son, John P., Watertown, a sports writer for The Watertown Daily Times Times; a daughter, Mrs. Gene (Sherry Lynne) Brauer, Olney, Ill.; four grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Milford (Helen) Wade, Adams, and several nieces and nephews.

A brother, Robert T. Mareness, and a sister, June A. Tidd, died before her.

Born at Sandy Creek on Jan. 15, 1918, a daughter of Willis and Ruby Taylor Mareness, she was graduated from Sandy Creek High School and the School of Nursing of the House of the Good Samaritan.

Mrs. Day was a registered nurse at the House of the Good Samaritan and, for 10 years, in private duty. She was retired in 1983 because of ill health, after 40 years of nursing.

ID# 1095

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642396

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Alfred H. Dealing

1907 – 1997 Plot: H

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Friday, April 25, 1997

A memorial service for Alfred H. Dealing, 89, of 6130 N. Main St., will be at a later date at a time to be announced. The body will be cremated. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Mr. Dealing died at 2:25 a.m. Thursday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown, where he was admitted April 7.

There are no calling hours. Arrangements are with Summerville Funeral Home.

Mr. Dealing was a heavy-equipment operator for the town of Lorraine in the 1920s. While he worked as an auto mechanic, he completed the electricity course given by the L.L. Cook Correspondence School of Chicago. He worked for N.A. Collins, Smithville, installing and servicing lighting plants in the north country and Thousand Islands area. After completing a course in air conditioning and refrigeration, he serviced milk coolers on farms and in businesses.

In the 1950s, he was highway superintendent for the town of Sandy Creek. As an electrician associated with Local 910, Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Watertown, he worked on projects at Pine Camp, Aluminum Company of America, Massena, and Nine Mile Point, retiring in 1977.

He played trumpet in the Lorraine Band, Adams Community Band, United Concert Band of Sandy Creek and Lacona, Adams American Legion Band and Media Temple Shrine Band, Watertown.

He also had his own band, Al’s Pals, and played organ at retirement homes and church dinners. He lived at Sandy Creek for 63 years.

Mr. Dealing was a 50-year member of Masonic Lodge 564 and a member of Local 910.

Born Oct. 30, 1907, in Lorraine, a son of Alonzo and Ednah Zufelt Dealing, he was educated in Lorraine country schools.

He married Janeth Bettinger on Oct. 20, 1924, at Sandy Creek with the Rev. Oscar Thomas officiating. She died Jan. 10, 1995.

Surviving are a daughter, Kay E., Sandy Creek; a son, Ronald J., Lehigh, Fla.; two sisters, Doris Little and Marjorie Chereshnoski, both of Lorraine, two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Two brothers, Carl and Ray, and two sisters, Stella Waters and Loie McIntosh, died before him.

ID# 1096

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642397

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Janeth E. Bettinger Dealing

1915 – 1995 Wife of Alfred H. Dealing Plot: H

Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY) – Thursday, January 12, 1995

Janeth “Jan” Dealing, 79, of 9248 N. Main St. died Tuesday at the Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown, after a long illness.

She was a life resident of Sandy Creek. Mrs. Dealing was a licensed beautician who operated a beauty shop at her home for many years. She gave private piano lessons and played the piano and trombone in the United Concert Band of Sandy Creek-Lacona. She also played piano in her husband’s band, Al’s Pals.

Mrs. Dealing was a member of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church; the Lake Ontario Chapter No. 124, OES; and the Sandy Creek Coterie Club. She was an elections inspector for the town of Sandy Creek and a former Girl Scout leader in Sandy Creek.

Surviving are her husband of 60 years, Alfred; a daughter, Kay Dealing of Sandy Creek; a son, Ronald Dealing of Lehigh, Fla.; two grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Summerville Funeral Home, 8192 Harwood Drive. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 1097

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642398

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Kay E. Dealing

1943 – unknown Plot: H

ID# 1098

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642399

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Ronald J. Dealing

1946 – 1997 Son of Alfred H. & Janeth E. Dealing Plot: H

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, September 23, 1997

Ronald J. Dealing, 51, Lehigh Acres, Fla., formerly of Sandy Creek, died Sept. 16 at Hope Hospice, Fort Myers, Fla. He had been ill with cancer.

Mr. Dealing had been a teacher in Florida for 28 years. For the past 14 years, he had taught at Lehigh Acres Middle School. He was selected at a meritorious teacher by the Florida Department of Education.

Born April 13, 1946, in Watertown, son of Alfred and Jan Bettinger Dealing, he was a 1964 graduate of Sandy Creek Central School, where he was captain of the basketball team when it won the state Class C, Section 3 championship. He earned a bachelor’s degree at Brockport State University College.

He was a member of the United Methodist Church.

Surviving are his wife, the former Jane Pauley; a daughter, Jarona, Lehigh Acres; a son, Brett, Bonita Springs, Fla., and a sister, Kay E. Dealing, Sandy Creek.

ID# 1099

FindAGrave Memorial# 112103835

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Ava B. DeForest

1920 – 1965

ID# 1100

FindAGrave Memorial# 112103798

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Chalkley E. DeForest

1918 – 1993

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, November 10, 1993

Chalkley E. DeForest, 75, Route 26, Mohawk Hill, a native of Sandy Creek and former Constableville resident, died today at his home. He had been in ill health for the past month.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the Trainor Funeral Home, Boonville, with the Rev. William Mudge, pastor of the Boonville United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, where members of the Boonville Elks Lodge will conduct a service Thursday evening. Donations may be made to the Constableville Fire Company ambulance fund.

Surviving are a son, Chalkley E. II, Lorraine; three daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Marlene) Myers, Constableville, Mrs. Paul (Nancy) Burnham, Mannsville, and Mrs. Ronnie (Mary L.) Dorrity, Lyons Falls; 12 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren; and four sisters, Eudocia Stewart, San Angelo, Texas, Helen Myers, Fulton, Dorothy Cosimeno, Rome, and Irene Elston, Kansas.

Four sisters died before him.

Born Oct. 7, 1918, in Sandy Creek, son of Earl Arthur and Fannie Plumley DeForest, he spent his younger years at Sandy Creek, where he attended school. He married Ava Beyette in 1939 in North Pharsalia.

After their marriage, the couple settled in Lorraine, where they operated a farm for many years. At the same time, Mr. DeForest was employed by the Massey Machine Co. in Watertown.

In 1958, Mr. and Mrs. DeForest sold the farm and moved to Constableville, where they purchased the Village Tavern, a restaurant and bar on Main Street. Mr. DeForest operated the tavern until until retiring in 1977, when he moved to Mohawk Hill.

Mrs. DeForest died April 12, 1965.

Mr. DeForest was of the Methodist faith.

He was a charter member of the Boonville Elks Lodge, a life member of the Constableville Fire Company, a member the Constableville Fish and Game Club and an avid hunter and fisherman.

ID# 1101

FindAGrave Memorial# 112103931

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Earl A. DeForest

1883 – 1955

ID# 1102

FindAGrave Memorial# 112104026

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Fannie Plumley DeForest

September, 1898 – March 9, 1952 Wife of Earl DeForest

Sandy Creek news., September 11, 1952, Page 6, Image 6

ID# 1103

FindAGrave Memorial# 112104101

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Gladys O. DeForest

1924 – 1930 Daughter of Earl & Fannie DeForest

ID# 1104

FindAGrave Memorial# 112104224

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InaBelle DeForest

1933 – 1939 Daughter of Earl & Fannie DeForest

ID# 1105

FindAGrave Memorial# 18926666

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Margaret “Martha” Flagg Delauney

July 17, 1892 – June 28, 1973

Martha J. DeLaunay, 80, of Center Road, Lacona, died June 28, at her home. Born July 17, 1892, at Redfield, N.Y., she was the daughter of Jeremiah and Susan Fox Flagg.

She attended Redfield School and High School. Married to James W. Green, July 3, 1913, at Camden, NY., she lived in Pulaski for many years. Mr Green died December 1, 1952.

She was married to Stephen DeLaunay May 8, 1954 in Mattydale. They resided there where he was employed by Penn Central Railroad. He retired in 1963 and they subsequently moved.

She was a member of the Sandy Creek Baptist Church, a member

of the Orwell Rebekah Lodge, the Pulaski n A.R,, Robert Edwards Post American Legion Auxiliary, the Camden V.F.W. Auxiliary, the Pulaski Grange, and the Pulaski Civic Club.

Mrs. DeLaunay is survived by her husband, one son, James F. Green of Pulaski, two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Emma) King of Matydale and Mrs. Arthur (Anna) MaGee of Camden, one step daughter, Mrs Elaine Thornton of Syracuse, six grandchildren, two great grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Wirfiam Soule of Lacona and Mrs. Fred Yerdon of Altmar.

The funeral and prayer service was Sunday, July l in the late Mrs DeLaunay’s home. Rev. Virgil Hager, pastor of the Sandy as did Rev. Walter Didochia. Burial was in Woodlawn

Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, July 4, 1973

ID# 1106

FindAGrave Memorial# 134455353

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Mabel E. Nellis DeLong

June 9, 1890 – August 2, 1984

Mrs. Mabel DeLong

Mrs. Mabel E. DeLong,

formerly of Limestone

Garden Apartments, Manlius,

died in an area nursing

home on Thursday, Aug. 2.

A native of Lacona, Mrs.

DeLong resided many years

in the Syracuse area. She

retired in 1970 from Syracuse

University Food Service.

Surviving are two sons,

William D. Skinner of Manlius

and Leon Skinner of

Melbourne, Fla.; a sister,

Theresa Lawrence of

Potsdam; three brothers,

Sumner and Delmont Nellis,

both of Lacona, and Clifford

Nellis of North Madison,

Ohio; four grandchildren, 12

great-grandchildren and

several nieces and nephews.

Services were held at the

Newell-Fay Funeral Home,

Manlius. Burial will be in

Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy

Creek.

Fayetteville Bulletin

August 1984

ID# 1107

FindAGrave Memorial# 18934262

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Darcy L. Deming

September 27, 1978 – unknown

ID# 1108

FindAGrave Memorial# 18934261

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David D. Deming

October 13, 1970 – September 6, 1991 Son of Darryl & Janice Deming

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, September 8, 1991

The funeral for David D. Deming, 20, Hagen Road, who died of an aneurism at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where he was admitted Aug. 29, will be 10 a.m. Monday at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek.

The Rev. James Carr, pastor of the Mannsville United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 tonight.

He is survived by his parents, Darryl and Janice Deming; a sister, Darcy, 12; his maternal grandparents, Milford and Anna Tifft, Lacona; his paternal grandparents, Cecil and Marguerite Deming, Pulaski; his paternal great grandmother, Mrs. Anna Waters, Penn Yan; an aunt and an uncle.

Born Oct. 13, 1970 at Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital, Syracuse, he was the son of Darryl and Janice Crossett Deming.

He was a 1989 graduate of Sandy Creek High School and was a certified welder as a result of instruction he obtained through BOCES. He was formerly employed at Atlas Fence, East Syracuse, and was employed at Brewster’s Restaurant, Sandy Creek, when stricken ill.

He was a member of the Path Finders Antique Automobile Club, and was an avid snowmobiler, hunter and fisherman.

The funeral for David D. Deming, 20, Hagen Road, who died of an aneurism at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where he was admitted Aug. 29, will be 10 a.m. Monday at the Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek.

The Rev. James Carr, pastor of the Mannsville United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 tonight.

He is survived by his parents, Darryl and Janice Deming; a sister, Darcy, 12; his maternal grandparents, Milford and Anna Tifft, Lacona; his paternal grandparents, Cecil and Marguerite Deming, Pulaski; his paternal great grandmother, Mrs. Anna Waters, Penn Yan; an aunt and an uncle.

Born Oct. 13, 1970 at Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital, Syracuse, he was the son of Darryl and Janice Crossett Deming.

He was a 1989 graduate of Sandy Creek High School and was a certified welder as a result of instruction he obtained through BOCES. He was formerly employed at Atlas Fence, East Syracuse, and was employed at Brewster’s Restaurant, Sandy Creek, when stricken ill.

He was a member of the Path Finders Antique Automobile Club, and was an avid snowmobiler, hunter and fisherman.

ID# 1109

FindAGrave Memorial# 109718832

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Janice E Crossett Deming

1950 – January 9, 2013

Mrs. Janice Deming, age 62, of Metropolis, Ill., passed away at 7:40 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, at the Lourdes hospital.

Janice is survived by her husband of 43 years, Darryl Deming of Metropolis, Ill.; one daughter, Darcy Deming of Metropolis, Ill.; one brother, David Crossett and wife Sarah of Mexico, New York, and one sister, Patti Tifft of Syracuse, New York.

Janice was preceded in death by her parents, William and Anna Mae (Spedding) Crossett, and two sons, David Darryl Deming and Scott Michael Deming.

Services entrusted to Aikins-Farmer Funeral Home in Metropolis.

ID# 1110

FindAGrave Memorial# 18934269

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Marvin O. Deming

April 8, 1916 – May 16, 2000 Husband of Wretha L. Deming

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, May 17, 2000

Marvin O. Deming, 84, of 19 North St., died Tuesday at Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown.

Mr. Deming owned and operated Redwood Motel, Pulaski, for 10 years. He also was a construction worker for 40 years with Carpenters Union Local 12, Syracuse.

He spent winters in Lakeland, Fla., for many years and also had lived in Chittenango and Shortsville.

Born April 8, 1916, in Bradford, he was a son of George and Edah Lent Deming.

He married Wretha LaBadee, a native of Fine, on Nov. 2, 1941. She died June 2.

Surviving are two sisters, Inabelle Williams, Sutherlin, Ore., and Aletha Small, Zephyrhills, Fla.; a brother, Cecil F., Pulaski; four grandchildren and several great- grandchildren.

A son, James F. Sr., died Feb. 14.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Inscription:

Married Nov. 2, 1941

ID# 1111

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642400

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Scott M. Deming

July 4, 1973 – July 13, 1973 Son of Darryl G. & Janice E. Deming Plot: S

ID# 1112

FindAGrave Memorial# 18934278

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Wretha L. Deming

April 5, 1915 – June 2, 1999 Wife of Marvin O. Deming

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, June 3, 1999

Wretha L. Deming, 84, of 19 North St., died Wednesday at Sunrise Nursing Home, Oswego.

Born April 5, 1915, in Fine, daughter of James and Blanche Durham Labadee, she attended Fine and Oswegatchie schools and lived in Chittenango and Shortsville before moving to Pulaski in 1963.

She married Marvin O. Deming on Nov. 2, 1941. The couple owned and operated the Redwood Motel for several years. Mrs. Deming was also a cafeteria worker in Chittenango.

Surviving besides her husband are a son, James, Erie, Pa.; two sisters, Clarissa Matteson, Rushville, and Helena Bell, Nevada, four grandchildren and several great- grandchildren.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Inscription:

Married Nov 2, 1941

ID# 1113

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642401

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Jane B. Dennis

1884 – 1920 Plot: L

ID# 1114

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642402

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Julia H. Deshane

1901 – 1933 Plot: F

ID# 1115

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642403

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Benjamin DesMARAIS

1877 – 1967 Plot: S

ID# 1116

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642404

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Harry DesMARAIS

1911 – 1995 Plot: S

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Sunday, October 8, 1995

Harry B. DesMarais, 84, of 138 Upton Road, retired farmer, died Friday evening at Samaritan-Keep Home, Watertown.

A private funeral will be Tuesday at Foster-Hax Funeral Home with the Rev. John Hogan officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

There are no calling hours.

Surviving are a brother, Lawrence A., Pulaski; three sisters, Margaret Littler, Pulaski, Frances Brace, Denver, Colo., and Mary Deal, Amarillo, Texas, several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Born June 26, 1911, in Rutland, Vt., son of Benjamin F. and Louise Davis DesMarais, he attended Canajoharie High School.

He was a dairy farmer for 40 years and also worked for Morris Security Systems, Syracuse, for several years.

Mr. DesMarais resided on Upton Road since 1933.

He was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church and the National Rifle Association and was an avid hunter and fisherman.

ID# 1117

FindAGrave Memorial# 19225593

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Lawrence A. DesMarais

April 22, 1913 – March 8, 2007

Lawrence A. DesMarais, 93, of Pulaski, died at Samaritan Keep Home in Watertown. He was a retired dairy farmer. Survivors are a sister, Frances Brace; a niece; and three nephews. Graveside services in the spring with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Arrangements by Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard on Mar. 12, 2007

ID# 1118

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642405

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Louise DesMARAIS

1887 – 1968 Wife of Benjamin DesMarais Plot: S

ID# 1119

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642406

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Jeffrey Devaney

1961 – 1970 Plot: Q

ID# 1120

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642407

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David N. Dewey

unknown – August 9, 1893 Plot: F

Note: Age 50 yrs.

ID# 1121

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642408

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Eddie R. Dewey

unknown – February 22, 1882 Plot: F

Note: Age 6 days. Son of David N. & Nettie M. Dewey.

ID# 1122

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642409

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Gilbert H. Dewey

unknown – June 15, 1872 Plot: F

Note: Age 4 yrs., 2 mos., 25 days. Son of David N. & Nettie M. Dewey.

ID# 1123

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642410

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Harrison D. Dewey

unknown – October 7, 1898 Plot: F

Note: Age 19 yrs., 6 mos., 7 days at Montauk Pt. Co. A 9th NY Inf.

ID# 1124

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642411

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Jesse N. Dewey

1863 – 1926 Plot: F

ID# 1125

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642412

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Nathaniel Dewey

unknown – March 12, 1836 Plot: B

Note: Age 53 yrs.

ID# 1126

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642413

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Nettie M. Dewey

1846 – 1922 Wife of David N. Dewey Plot: F

ID# 1127

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Seymour D. Dewitt

1876 – February 11, 1944

SEYMOUR DeWITT

Seymour Dewitt, Fulton business man, died Friday February 11, 1944 in Lee Memorial hospital. Mr. DeWitt was admitted to the hospital at 7:46 a.m. Friday.

A former resident of Pulaski, where he operated an automobile

agency, Mr. DeWitt had lived in Fulton 12 years. He was engaged with his son, Lt. Lawrence DeWitt of the army air corps, in the operation of the S and D motor lines.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Carrie DeWitt; his son, Lt. DeWitt; and a sister Mrs. Rose Kilby

Source: The Sandy Creek News, Feb 16, 1944

ID# 1128

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642414

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Elcee H. Dennis Diaczun

1918 – 1983 Plot: R

ID# 1129

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642415

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Kenneth Dietz

1911 – unknown Plot: S

ID# 1130

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642416

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Muriel Wyman Dietz

1916 – 1988 Wife of Kenneth Dietz Plot: S

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, August 10, 1988

The funeral for Muriel L. Deitz, 72, of 26 Bridge St., wife of Kenneth L. Deitz, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in the United Community Church, Carthage, with Rev. Dr. Ronald A. Sparks, co-pastor, officiating. A committal service will follow at 2 p.m. in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Bossuot-Lundy Funeral Home, Carthage. Contributions may be made to the memorial fund of the United Community Church.

Mrs. Deitz died Tuesday morning in Carthage Area Hospital after an extended illness.

Surviving besides her husband are a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Kay) Hammell, East Amherst; three grandchildren and three nephews.

Born in Rodman on July 31, 1916, a daughter of Sheldon and Laura Salisbury Wyman, she was graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1933.

She married Kenneth L. Deitz Oct. 4, 1936, in Rodman, with Rev. Albert G. Todd officiating.

The couple resided in West Carthage for many years. Mr. Deitz was manager of the former A&P food store in Carthage.

Mrs. Deitz was a member of the United Community Church and Material Aid Society of the church.

DIETZ – Funeral for Muriel L. Deitz, 72, of 26 Bridge St., West Carthage, wife of Kenneth L. Deitz, Thursday, 11 a.m., United Community Church, Carthage. Committal service, 2 p.m., Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 1131

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Alice Walrath Dillabough

1912 – unknown Plot: Q

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Alice E. Dillabough, 93, Ouderkirk Road, died Tuesday at Andrew Michaud Nursing Home, Fulton.

Mrs. Dillabough was a homemaker.

Born Dec. 23, 1912, in Oneida, daughter of Jacob and Alice Skellham Walrath, she attended school in Syracuse.

She married William W. Dillabough on July 27, 1929, in Verona. The couple had resided in Syracuse, Buffalo and Niagara Falls before moving to Sandy Pond in 1930. Mr. Dillabough died June 10, 1992.

Surviving are a daughter and her husband, Christine and John Rector, Barnhart, Mo.; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Robert, Fort Myers, Fla., and James and Marion and David and Sharon, all of Sandy Pond, 11 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

Five sisters and five brothers died before her.

The funeral will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. Linda J. Harris, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ID# 1132

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Maud Fox Dillabough

October 26, 1880 – December 3, 1953

Funeral Services Held For Mrs. Dillabough

SANDY POND—Funeral services for Mrs. Maude Fox Dillabough pf Sandy Creek, who died December 3, 1953 at her home were held Sunday afternoon at the Weston and Woodard funeral home, the Rev. Leland W. Webster officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery. Bearers were A72e Robert Dillabough, Romulus Whisnaht, Leon Grandall and Hugh Allen.

Mrs. Dillabough who has been in poor health: for a year, suffered a stroke about a week before her death.

She was born October 26, 1880 at Union Square, near Richland, the daughter of Eif and Emma Frost Fox. She attended Richland schools and married James Dillabough, making her home at various times in Watertown, Richland and Sandy Creek, coming to Sandy Creek in 1920. Mrs. Dillabough was.a member of the Methodist church.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Romulus (Emma) Whiflnant of the Lower Lake road, Miss Eva Dillabough of New York City; a son, William Dillabough of the Tapper Lake road and two sisters, Mrs. Millie Dundon of Watertown and. Mrs. Claude Wyman of Sandy Pond, and three grandsons, A/2c Robert Diilabpugh, A/2C James Dillabough of, Alaska, and David Dillabough of the Upper Lake road

Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 10, 1953

ID# 1133

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642418

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William W. Dillabough

1904 – 1992 Plot: Q

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, June 11, 1992

The funeral for William W. Dillabough, 87, Ouderkirk Road, Sandy Pond, will be at 8:30 p.m. today at the Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev. Janet Gibbs, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Mr. Dillabough died at 1:20 a.m. Wednesday in Oswego City Hospital, where he had been a patient since Saturday.

Calling hours were scheduled for 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Surviving are his wife, Alice E.; three sons, James, Sandy Pond, Robert, North Fort Myers, Fla., and David, Blind Creek Cove; a daughter, Christine Rector, Barnhart, Mo.; 11 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Born Sept. 6, 1904, in Centerville, son of James and Maud Fox Dillabough, he married Alice E. Walrath July 27, 1929, in Verona.

Mr. Dillabough had lived in Sandy Pond since 1930. He retired in 1969 after 24 years with the General Electric Co., Liverpool.

ID# 1134

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642419

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Amoretta Dingman

unknown – February 5, 1865 Plot: B

Note: Age 13 yrs., 9 mos., 5 days. Daughter of Henry P. & Mary C. Dingman.

ID# 1135

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Charles E. Dingman

May 16, 1858 – April 16, 1941

obit “Sandy Creek News” April 17, 1941

Charles Dingman, lifelong resident of the town of Sandy Creek, died Tuesday morning April 16, 1941, at the home of his daughter Mrs William Gerow, Oswego, where he had lived for the past few years. He was a farmer until ill health forced him to retire. He was born in this town May 16, 1858, the son of Peter Dingman and Hannah Zufelt, pioneer settlers in the western part of the town. He is survived by his widow, who resides with Mrs Gerow in Oswego, by one son Earl Dingman of Lacona, the daughter Mrs Gerow, and several grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Weston and Woodard funeral parlors at 2 o’clock Thursday, with burial in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery.

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son of Peter Dingman and Hannah Zufelt, (burials unknown)

ID# 1136

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Cornelius Dingman

February, 1860 – March 11, 1930

obit March 13, 1930 “Sandy Creek News”

Cornelius Dingman, aged 70 years, died Tuesday, March 11, 1930, at his home in the western part of the town. He was born in February I860, the son of Wynard and Betsey Dingman. The greater part of his life was spent in that locality, with the exception of a few year’s in Boylston. He was first married to Maggie LaFleur. He is survived by a widow, Mrs. Minnie Dingman, three daughters Bertha, Hattie and Anna, and two sons, Cornelius and Burt. The funeral was held Thursday forenoon with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

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son of Wynard and Betsy Dingman, (burials unknown)

ID# 1137

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642420

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Erwin Dingman

1914 – 1957 Plot: P

ID# 1138

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Irving L. Dingman

June, 1883 – May 8, 1910

death notice: May 14, 1910 “The Watertown Herald”

As the result of an accident which occurred at the New York Central’s gravel pit at Lacoma last Saturday night, Irving L. Dingman, son of Charles Dingman of Sandy Creek, died Sunday morning at the City hospital here. Dingman, who was employed by the railroad company was struck by a caboose near the gravel pit and sustained injuries which resulted in his death. His left leg was severed above the knee and his entire body was badly mangled and bruised, as he was dragged by the engine for some distance. He was brought to this city on the train which struck him and was immediately taken to the hospital where the efforts of Dr. C. E. Hollis and Dr. Cook and Dr. C.E. Pierce of this city proved unavailing.

Besides his parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Dingman of Sandy Creek, he is survived by two brothers, Earl and Merl of that village, and two sisters, Mrs Florence Gerow of Ellisburg and Miss Leila Dingman of Sandy Creek. The funeral was held from the family home in Sandy Creek Tuesday afternoon.

ID# 1139

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Jennie Lindo Dingman

November 4, 1858 – April 25, 1945

obit May 2, 1945 “Sandy Creek News”, Oswego Co, NY

Mrs Jennie L Dingman, 86, widow of the late Charles Dingman a former resident of this community, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs Florence Gerow, Mohawk St, Oswego, on April 25, 1945. Mrs Dingman had made her home with her daughter the past four years. Funeral services were held April 27 from the Weston Woodard funeral home, Sandy Creek with the Rev. Herbert Harrison officiating. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery. Mrs Dingman was born November 4, 1858 in the town of Sandy Creek, the daughter of John and Fannie Davenport Lindo. Her early life was passed in this community where she obtained her education. In 1879 she was married to Charles Dingman, son of Peter and Hannah Shufelt Dingman. Mr Dingman passed away 4 years ago. To them were born four children, Mrs Gerow, Earl Dingman of Lacona, and two sons, Erwin who died in 1910 and Merle who died in 1931. In addition to her two children, she is survived by two brothers, George Lindo of Pulaski and Edward of Oswego, several grandchildren and great grandchildren.

ID# 1140

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John Dingman

January 29, 1874 – February 1, 1913

obit “The Pulaski Democrat”, Feb 12, 1913

John Dingman died at the Oswego Hospital Feb 1, 1913, aged 39. He was born in Sandy Creek Jan 29, 1874, and was the youngest son of Peter and Hannah Zufelt Dingman. He is survived by his wife, Mary C Dingman, whom he married August 12, 1906. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chawgo, of Sandy Creek; also two sons, Maitland J.H. age 4, and George Irving, age 2, also three brothers, Charles, of Sandy Creek, Jerry, of Oswego; Wynard, of Sandy Creek, and one half brother, J. E Searles, of Richland; two half sisters, Mrs. W. Dingman, of West Sandy Creek, Mrs. Mary Eagan of Watertown. Funeral was held at the Baptist church of Pulaski, February 4. Interment at Woodland cemetery, Sandy Creek. Rev A. P. Palmer officiated.

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son of Peter Dingman and Hannah Zufelt, (burials unknown), husband of Mary Chawgo Dingman, (burial unknown)

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U.S. Federal Census – 1880 Oswego Orphan Asylum

Jeremiah Dingman, no age given, John Dingman, no age given, (they were brothers)

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ID# 1141

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Louise Flagg Dingman

September, 1843 – January 8, 1905

obit Jan 12, 1905 “Sandy Creek News”

Mrs Wynard Dingman died suddenly of heart disease and dropsy at her home south of the village, Sunday morning. She leaves a husband and an adopted daughter, Mrs. Charles Williams, a mother aged eighty-three years and two brothers, Nelson and Charles Flagg. The funeral was held Wednesday, Rev. A. G. Newberry officiating. The interment was in Woodlawn cemetery.

ID# 1142

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Mabel Price Dingman

April 17, 1880 – May 14, 1958

obit May 22, 1958 “Sandy Creek News”

Mrs Mabel Price Dingman, 78, of Ellisburg, widow of Cornelius Dingman, died of a heart condition May 14, 1958 at the Mannsville Nursing home. She had been a patient there for three months. The funeral was on Sat at 1 o’clock at the Carpenter-Stoodley funeral home at Belleville. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs Arthur (Hattie) McNitt, Richland, and Mrs William (Anna) Kast of Mannsville, two sons, Cornelius W. of Mannsville, and Bert H. of Orlando, Fla,

Mrs Dingman was born at Ellisburg April 17, 1880, a daughter of Western Miller and Sardina Elvira Wheeler Price. Her husband died in 1930. She had always lived in the vicinity of Ellisburg.

ID# 1143

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Meryl Edward Dingman

August 17, 1891 – July 31, 1931

Drowning Victim

Meryl Dingman, age 40 years, Sandy Creek, drowned in the Oswego river while swimming with three friends.

He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dingman, and a native of Sandy Creek.

ID# 1144

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642421

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Olive Dingman

unknown – April 25, 1861 Plot: B

Note: Age 39 yrs., 8 mos., 5 days. Wife of James Dingman.

ID# 1145

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642422

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Simon Dingman

unknown – February 9, 1902 Plot: L

Note: Age 67 yrs. Co. E 10th Reg. NYHA. 1861

ID# 1146

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642423

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Wynard Dingman

1835 – 1914 Plot: L

ID# 1147

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Beulah E. Dobbie

1915 – unknown

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, January 6, 2000

Deceased Name: BEULAH E. DOBBIE RETIRED TEACHER

Beulah E. Dobbie, 84, Lakeland, Fla., formerly of Sandy Creek, died Dec. 19 at Lakeland Regional Medical Center.

Miss Dobbie began teaching at rural schools, including the Worth rural school. She then taught second grade at Sandy Creek Central School from 1939 until her retirement in 1971.

Born April 26, 1915, in Jefferson County, daughter of the Rev. Walter S. and Blanche Stoness Dobbie, she was a graduate of Port Leyden High School and took a postgraduate course at Sandy Creek High School. She then graduated from Potsdam Normal School.

She formerly spent summers in Perth, Ontario.

Surviving are cousins, including Dora Harford, Atlanta, Ga.

A sister, Mahala E. Dobbie, a physical education teacher at Sandy Creek Central from 1942 to 1971, died April 1, 1993.

The funeral was Dec. 28 at Lakewood Park United Methodist Church, Lakeland. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Sister of Mahala Dobbie.

She was a school teacher, and moved to Ontario, Canada.

Note: Same stone with Mahala E. Dobbie

ID# 1148

FindAGrave Memorial# 18934123

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Blanche A. Stoness Dobbie

February 6, 1886 – May 15, 1956

Mrs. Walter S. Dobbie Dies at Alex. Bay Wed.

Mrs. Walter S. Dobbie passed away Wednesday morning at Alexandria Bay.

Rev. Dobbie is the former pastor of the First Methodist church in Canton and is now pastor at the Alexandria Bay church.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Alexandria Bay church. Rev. Robert D. Jones, district superintendent of the Black River-Ontario District will be in charge of funeral services.

Rev. A. Leslie Potter, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Canton will also take part in the funeral service.

Source: St. Lawrence Plain Dealer, Canton NY, May 18, 1956

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Daughter of Jabez & Mahala Stoness

ID# 1149

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Mahala E. Dobbie

1912 – 1993

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Monday, April 5, 1993

Mahala E. Dobbie, 80, of 2931 Drewery Ave., Lakeland, Fla., formerly of Sandy Creek, a retired teacher at Sandy Creek Central School, died Thursday at Lakeland Regional Medical Center.

The funeral is today at the Lakeland Funeral Home. Burial will be later this spring in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Local arrangements are with Reed & Benoit Funeral Home, Watertown.

Surviving are a sister, Beulah E. Dobbie, Lakeland, who also taught at Sandy Creek Central School, and several cousins.

Born in Perth, Ontario, Sept. 20, 1912, a daughter of the Rev. Walter S. and Blanche Stoness Dobbie, she was educated at Port Leyden High School. She also attended Bob Jones University, Greenville, S.C., the American College of Physical Education, Chicago, Ill., and Ithaca College, and received her master’s degree from Cornell University, Ithaca.

Miss Dobbie taught in several rural schools, retiring in 1971 from Sandy Creek Central School, where she was director of physical education for girls for 30 years.

She was a member of the United Methodist Church in Sandy Creek. She was also an avid golfer and bowler and owned Pembroke Welsh Corgis show dogs, competing in therapy, obedience and agility trials in the U.S. and Canada.

Note: Same stone with Beulah E. Dobbie

ID# 1150

FindAGrave Memorial# 18934126

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Rev Walter S. Dobbie

June 3, 1886 – July 11, 1971

Rev. Walter S. Dobbie, 85, a former pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, died July 11, 1971 at the Lakeland, Florida Hospital where he had been treated three separate occasions in the past three years.

Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Heath Funeral

Home, Lakeland, and a memorial service will be held Thursday at the Taylor-Vida Funeral Home, Pulaski, at 1:15, followed by a service at the Sandy Creek Methodist church at 2 p.m. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9.

He was born July 3, 1886 at Dedmartin, England to Francis and Sarah Dobbie, coming to Canada at the age of 19. He was a minister in Canadian Methodist churches, one of which was in Perth Road, Ontario. He served in the Canadian army during World War, returning in the spring of 1919. His Northern New York Conference charges included Three Mile Bay, Sackets Harbor, Waddington, Rensselaer Falls, Port Leyden, Sandy Creek (1913 – 1940); and Alexandria Bay. He retired in 1957 and has since been living in Lakeland, Fla.

On Oct. 11, 1911 he was married to Blanche A. Stoness of Perth Road. She died in 1956. He then married Mrs. Edna Turnbull Stoness on Oct. 22, 1958. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edna Dobbie; two daughters, Mahala and Beulah Dobbie of Inverary, Ont., one sister, Mrs. William Smith of Montreal, Que.

Source: Sandy Creek News, 1971

ID# 1151

FindAGrave Memorial# 126275542

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Cecile Mae Crandall Donahue

January 18, 1902 – March 25, 1982

ID# 1152

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642424

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Harwood E. Donahue

1922 – 1985 Plot: S

ID# 1153

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642425

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Nina I. Patton Donahue

1894 – 1987 Plot: S

ID# 1154

FindAGrave Memorial# 131134759

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Belle French Doneburg

1892 – 1910

ID# 1155

FindAGrave Memorial# 112158013

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Edward J. Doneburg

February 14, 1877 – 1950

ID# 1156

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John Doneburg

1846 – 1908 Husband of Sarah J. Tanner

ID# 1157

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Marie M. Doneburg

1874 – 1936

ID# 1158

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Sarah J. Tanner Doneburg

1846 – 1925

ID# 1159

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642426

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Harold Doods

1907 – 1919 Plot: L

ID# 1160

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Delight Doolittle

1820 – 1897 Plot: O

ID# 1161

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Doris E. Dorland

1903 – 1996 Daughter of Earl A. & Jessie M. Dorland Plot: R

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Thursday, September 5, 1996

Doris Dorland, 93, formerly of Ford Street, a retired teacher, died Wednesday at Sunset Nursing Home, where she had been a resident since 1993.

Miss Dorland taught in public schools in Fort Plain, Mineola and Penn Yan. In 1931, she went to work at Boonville High School, (now Adirondack Central School), where she taught Latin and was later a guidance counselor. She retired July 1, 1969.

After retiring, she was a volunteer at Constable Hall, Constableville, and at Dodge-Pratt-Northam Art Center.

Born Aug. 25, 1903, in Sandy Creek, daughter of Earl and Jessie Osborn Dorland, she graduated from Sandy Creek High School in 1920 and from Syracuse University in 1924 with a bachelor or arts degree.

She attended summer schools at Columbia University, New York City, Cornell University, Ithaca, and Utica College before receiving a master’s degree in education and guidance from Syracuse University in 1941.

She was a member of Sandy Creek Methodist Church until she began attending Boonville Presbyterian Church, where she was a trustee and a longtime member of the Painters Society.

She was a member of the New York State Teachers Association, the National Education Association, the Mohawk Valley Guidance Association and the New York State Pupil Personnel Association.

Surviving are two nephews, Warren Ellis, New Jersey, and William Heyl, Florida; a niece, Mrs. John (Suzanne) Yaroma, Maryland; and several grandnieces and grandnephews.

Two sisters, Marguerite Ellis and Gertrude Heyl, died before her.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Trainor Funeral Home with the Rev. Mildred Robinson, pastor of Boonville Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

ID# 1162

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642429

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Earl A. Dorland

1877 – 1921 Plot: R

ID# 1163

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Jessie M. Osborn Dorland

June 22, 1877 – June 28, 1931 Wife of Earl A. Dorland Plot: R

Sandy Creek news., July 02, 1931, Page 5, Image 5

ID# 1164

FindAGrave Memorial# 112038545

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MD Salmon J. Douglass

unknown – August 28, 1876

Inscription:

Aged 65 yrs, 4 mos., 17 days

ID# 1165

FindAGrave Memorial# 112038647

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Almira Newton Douglass

February 26, 1822 – May 19, 1907 Wife of Salmon Douglass, MD

ID# 1166

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Pamela Hope Sargent Downs

1947 – unknown Plot: S

ID# 1167

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Arnold V. Doxsee

September 28, 1907 – December 16, 1984

ID# 1168

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Laura B. Stevens Doyle

November 19, 1885 – September 5, 1977

DOYLE-Mrs. Laura B. Doyle, 90, R.D. 4, Pulaski, died Monday, September 5, 1977 in Syracuse. The funeral was held Thursday at the Foster Hax Funeral Home, Pulaski, with Dr. A. Delgado Barrett, pastor of the Pulaski Baptist Church, officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Sept 21, 1977

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Laura B. Doyle

Mrs. Laura B. Doyle, 91, of Pineville, New York, died September 5, 1977, in Syracuse, New York. She was born November 19, 1885, in the Town of Sandy Creek, the daughter of Eugene and Caroline Shove Stevens. She attended Sandy Creek schools and first married Charles Richmond. She later was married to James Doyle.

She was employed, for many years at the PALLADIUM-TIMES in Oswego. She attended Pulaski Baptist Church.

Survivors include one son, Charles Richmond of Syracuse, and two stepdaughters, Mrs. Nina Tyler of Oswego and Mrs. Lillian Young of Syracuse.

Funeral services were held September 8, 1977, at 1:00 p.m. at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, with Dr. A. Delgado-Barrett officiating.

Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, Sept 14, 1977

ID# 1169

FindAGrave Memorial# 112211484

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Eermina Harding Dronberger

1812 – 1896

ID# 1170

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642432

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David M. Drummond

1837 – 1920 Plot: K

ID# 1171

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642433

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Ella Florence Drummond

1877 – 1891 Daughter of David M. & Orpha J. Drummond Plot: K

ID# 1172

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642434

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Orpha Jane Hicks Drummond

1844 – 1935 Wife of David M. Drummond Plot: K

ID# 1173

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642435

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Mary Louise Dryer

unknown – October 8, 1891 Plot: B

Note: Age 17 yrs., 15 days

ID# 1174

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642436

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Nathaniel Dryer

unknown – August 4, 1883 Plot: B

ID# 1175

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642437

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Fannie T. Duffany

1926 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 1176

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William J. “Bill” Duffany

unknown – July 7, 2010

William J. “Bill” Duffany Sr., 87, of Sandy Creek, passed away July 7, 2010. Calling hours will be Monday, July 12, from noon to 2 p.m. at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Graveside service and burial will be at the convenience of the family at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Friends are welcome to join the family at Eddy’s Place Restaurant, Rt. 13 in Pulaski, immediately following the calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard on July 10, 2010

ID# 1177

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642438

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Benjamin Dumon

1831 – 1904 Plot: B

ID# 1178

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642439

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Harriet Hastings Dumon

1831 – 1920 Wife of Benjamin Dumon Plot: B

ID# 1179

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Abuel Duncan

unknown – April, 1842

Inscription:

Aged 13 yrs Son of ? & Mary Duncan

ID# 1180

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917007

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Eunice Duncan

unknown – 1835

Note: Wife of Simeon Duncan. Aged 66 years

ID# 1181

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917034

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George Duncan

1821 – 1827 Son of Simeon and Eunice Duncan

Son of Eunice & Simeon Duncan

ID# 1182

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917225

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Henry O. Duncan

unknown – January 19, 1842

A baby, son of Anson & Augustine Duncan. Brother of Infant Son Duncan(d. Dec. 1 1842)

ID# 1183

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917284

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Infant Son Duncan

unknown – December 1, 1842

Son of Anson & Augustine Duncan. Brother of Henry D. Duncan

ID# 1184

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917200

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Mary A. Duncan

unknown – February 14, 1890

Note: Aged 82 years

ID# 1185

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917028

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S. Charlissa Duncan

unknown – October 11, 1834

Note: Daughter of Eunice & Simeon Duncan. Aged 23 years 10 months

ID# 1186

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917014

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Simeon Duncan

unknown – August 21, 1842

Note: Husband of Eunice Duncan. Aged 61 years

ID# 1187

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Eleanor Delong Dunlap

1760 – March 26, 1846

It is belived that Eleanor is buried beside her husband but we have no proof. It is also possible that she is buried in Cherry Valley where she died.

ID# 1188

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642440

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J. G. Dunlap

unknown – August 30, 1818 Plot: A

Note: Age 22 yrs., sandstone marker broken

ID# 1189

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Maria L. Dunlap

unknown – June, 1896 Wife of Phylander B. Dunlap

ID# 1190

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Phylander Dunlap

1840 – August 18, 1867

Phylander enlisted Sept. 5, 1861. Mustered out Sept. 20 1864. He was wounded at battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 1862. Wounded in shoulder and received a cracked rib from a minie ball. His unit, the 50th New York Engineers, were putting up pantoon bridges over the river under fire from Confederate sharpshooters. He volunteered to put up the last part and with a group of 9 others rushed down to the river to do it. All were shot down but one. Excerpt taken from ‘Bridge Building in Wartime’ by Col. Wesley Brainerd.

Notaton from “History of Oswego Co., NY, page 283.

“Philander Dunlap enlisted Co. C, 50th Engineers Septemper 5, 1861. He participated in the battles of Yorktown, White Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill and was wounded at Fredericksburg. He was discharged September 20, 1864.”

Philander’s parents were John Allen Dunlap & Jane Presley Dunlap. Phylander was the 5th of 7 children.

ID# 1191

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William E Dunlap

April 9, 1753 – 1817

William E. Dunlap was born to William I. & Jane (Campbell) Dunlap on April 9, 1753 in Cherry Valley, Otsego County, New York. His father was born in Ayr, Scotland and his mother in Londondeery, Ulster, Ireland. In March of 1741/1742 William married Eleanor DeLong in New York. William & Eleanor had 8 children: William S., Eleanor, Smith, Samuel, John Allen, Gardiner, Jane Ann & Rachel.

William was a private in Col Samuel Campbell’s First Regiment of Tryon Co. NY Militia. To belong to the Militia, you were required to have a gun with either a sword, bayonet, or tomahawk, plus 1 pound of gunpowder and 3 pounds of bullets. They trained for 4 hours a month on the first of the each month.

William passed away in 1817 and is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, NY.

ID# 1192

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Alexander Dunn

June 7, 1864 – May 25, 1904

Sandy Creek News June 2, 1904

Fatal Accident

Alexander Dunn Borne to Death

on a Moving Belt

Thursday, word was received here

that Alexander Dunn, son-in law of

Mr. and Mrs G.M ManChester, had

been killed on Wednesday night at

the Michigan Mills owned by the

Gould Paper Co. These mills are

situated in the forest to the east of

here on the Black river slope. Mr

Dunn was an oiler, thirty nine years

of age, and at the time of his death

was engaged in oiling the machinery

about the mill, as was bis wont,

when he stepped upon a three foot

belt, driven by a 280 horse power en

gine,and was borne twice around the

drive wheel, passing under a timber

which was within four inches of the

belt. It is the opinion of those who

witnessed the accident, that he must

have been instantly killed, though

he probably realized for an instant,

his perilous position, because be was

thoroughly familiar with the mill.

At the point where he stepped upon

the belt, was a runway. The passage

over the belt being protected by

planning. This had been removed

to make some repairs and had not

been replaced. It was beneath the

mill and in the dim light Mr. Dunn ]

could not readily see that the board

was up and thoughtlessly stepped

upon the belt. He is survived by a

wife, who is the oldest “daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. Manchester of Lacona,

and four children. Mr. Dunn was a

native of Wellington Co., Ontario,

where his mother resides in Fergus,

and where his father died during the

last year. At the time of the accident

Mr. Manchester was in the

woods east of here and as soon as he

learned of the accident, he went to

Michigan Mills and returned with

the remains. The funeral was held

from the- Manchester residence in

Lacona, Saturday. Rev. A. Bramley

officiated. Mr. Dunn was a Forester

and members of that order

acted-as-bearers.

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Baby Boy Dunn

August 28, 1926 – August 28, 1926

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Dunn have the sympathy of many friends in the loss of their infant son, Monday morning, Aug. 28. The little one lived but a few hours. Interment in the cemetery at Sandy Creek.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, Sept 1, 1926

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Floyd Henry Dunn

unknown – August 24, 1926

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George Alexander Dunn

February 18, 1900 – December 28, 1924

published in The Pulaski Democrat

James Dunn and Ellis Jones were

in town, Wednesday, called here by

the death of their brother, George

Dunn. They came through the woods

from Tug Hill.

. Gus Dunn and Mr, a n d Mrs. Lloyd

Ruscer of Camden were in town to

attend the funeral of George Dunn

which was held from Simon’s undertaking

apartment, Thursday. The

body was placed in vault until

spring.

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Infant Dunn

unknown – May 19, 1903

ID# 1197

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Irma Elizabeth Dunn

unknown – July 27, 1928

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Ruth Dunn

1902 – December 15, 1904

Sandy Creek News Dec 22, 1904

Many of our readers recall the

death of Alexander Dunn, who was

killed and mangled in the Michigan

Millat Paige, Lewis Co Thursday his

youngest child, Ruth, was burned to

death during the momentary ab-

Bence-of-the-mother from-the housef

It is not known whether the clothes

caught fire from the stove or from

jnatchesr-The-remaras-were’brough1r

here and the funeral was held from

the house of the grandparents, Mr.

and Mrs G M Manchester, Sunday

Internment in Woodlawn cemetary.

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George A. Earl Sr

1876 – November 9, 1961

George Earl, 85 dies at son’s

George A. Earl Sr., 85 for many years a resident of Sandy Creek, died Thursday morning, November 9, 1961 at the home of his son, George Earl Jr. in Trumansburg. This past summer he and Mrs. Earl went there to make their home.

Mr. Earl was born in Sandy Creek in l876, son of Matthew M. and Mary Adams Earl, and spent the most of his life there. He was graduated from Sandy Creek High school in 1896. He married Miss Mabel Clarke of Syracuse August 9, 1902. During their marriage they lived in Syracuse, Whitestone, Long Island; and, for some time on the Earl farm in Sandy Creek. From there, they moved to Pulaski where Mr. Earl operated a chicken farm. She died March 6, 1932.

Mr. Earl was later married to Mrs. Kathryn Bennie. From Pulaski they moved to a home on South Main Street, Sandy Creek where they lived until this summer. They sold the home and went to Trumansburg.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Kathryn Earl, son George Earl Jr, of Trumansburg, and a grand daughter.

The funeral was held at 2 Saturday at the Weston and Ward Funeral home, Sandy Creek, the Rev. Richard Northrop, pastor of First Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

Descendant of Pioneer Family

Mr. Earl was a descendant of a pioneer Sandy Creek family, a relative, Oren R. Earl having been prominent in the early development of the community. George Earl had a keen memory for early history and frequently contributed articles on this which appeared in the NEWS.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Nov 16, 1961

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Andrew C. Earl

unknown – unknown Plot: O

ID# 1201

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Dorothy Marie Earl

1910 – 1927 Plot: O

ID# 1202

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Jennett Earl

March 28, 1818 – March 8, 1886 Wife of Oren R. Earl Plot: J

ID# 1203

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Mabel Clarke Earl

1872 – 1932 Wife of George A. Earl Plot: J

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Mary C. Adams Earl

June 10, 1850 – November 19, 1931

MRS. MARY EARL DIES IN MORRIS

Was Member of Family Prominent in History of Sandy Creek

PULASKI, Nov 20—Mrs. Mary Earl, 81, mother of George Earl of this village and former resident of Sandy Creek, died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John F. Hay, Morris. Otsego county. She had been in ill health for a long time.

Mrs. Earl was the widow of Matthew M. Earl, banker and railroad promoter of Sandy Creek. She was the daughter of the late Hon. George S. Adams and Catherine Myers Adams and was born in Burke, Franklin county, June 10, 1850. Her father was for many years Franklin county Judge. Her mother died when she was very young.

When a child she moved with her father to Ellisburg and was educated in Belleville Union academy. Following her graduation she taught school in the section several years. All her married left was spent in Sandy Creek where Mr. Earl was associated with his uncle, the Hon. Oren R. Earl, in banking. Besides being a prominent banker, Oren Earl was a member of the Assembly in 1847, vice president of the Syracuse Northern railroad, Sandy Creek supervisor many years, operator of a tannery in that village and father of the Sandy Creek, Richland, Orwell and Boylston Agricultural society.

Matthew Earl died several years ago but Mrs. Earl continued her residence in Sandy Creek until about two years when she went to the home of her daughter. She was active in the Sandy Creek Congregational churcn. Funeral services will be held in that church Sunday afternoon at 2:80 with the Rev. T. T. Davies, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery there.

Besides her son, George Earl of Pulaski and daughter, Mrs. Hay of Morris, she is survived by two othesr sons, Pardon Earl and Oren R. Earl, 2nd, both of Oregon.

Source: Oswego Palladium Times, Nov 20 1931

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Mary Louise Earl

1881 – June 6, 1919

Born in Sandy Creek, she was the daughter of Matthew and Mary Earl.

Her illness was caused by carditis and septic poisoning induced by influenza.

Last September she left the work at the Syracuse Baby Camp, where for several years she had entire charge of the food formula and preparation of children’s diet, and where the efficiencey of the work was appreciated to respond to the call for volunteer nurses. She entered the Homeopathic Hospital to help care for the soldiers during the terrible epidemic of influenza that was raging at the time. In five days she was stricken with the disease, from the effects of which she never fully recovered. Thus she paid the last full measure of devotion, and made the supreme sacrifice to the cause of liberty; and her services though rendered quietly and unostentatiously are not less deserving of praise than the services of those who fought and died on the battle fields of Belgium and France.

Her funeral was held at her late home, Tuesday afternoon, June 10, Rev. T.T. Davies and Mr. B.G. Seamans officiating. Interment in the family lot at Woodlawn cemetery. The beautiful flowers that covered the casket spoke, in their mute way, of the beautiful life which the departed had lived.

She is survived by her parents, and by one sister, Irene, residing at home, and three brothers, George Earl, living on the old homestead; Pardon Earl of of Watertown and Orrin Earl of Montreal, Canada

Her education was obtained at Sandy Creek High School. She was a member of the Congregational church and of the Filecclesia class. She shall be missed in the circle where her activity was felt and blessed.

Her disposition was sunny. She lived in the atmosphere of cheerfulness. She carried the life-giving rays of the sun with her everywhere. The tenor of her life was mild, and there were poise and balance in her character. Her’s was a life of service and sacrifice, beautiful in its simplicity, and noble in its devotion to duty. She was a born nurse fitted by nature and training for her chosen vocation-and she instinctively gave her strength and energy without stint for her patients and made them afterwards her friends.

It is said that no one is indispensable in this world-in a sense it is true, yet there are those who occupy such a large place in human activities, that when, removed, a void is left that long remains unoccupied; and the departed one, Mary Louise Earl was one of that number; she has created a niche for herself in the lives and affections of her family and friends, that the vacancy, left by her premature departure, must for many years remain unfilled

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She went to take a full course in nursing, but owing to a lame foot was obliged to abandon her plans, but she was a natural born nurse and nursing she was bound to do and nursing engaged her activities. She was in homes about Sandy Creek and for most of her time the past few years has been spent in Syracuse. She was a great success in children’s hospital work and spent much of her time at the “Baby Camp” Syracuse. All who had anything to do with that institution noticed the efficiency Miss Earl showed in her work and she became a favorite.

Last fall when the influenza took hold of the city of Syracuse in its terrible and devastating grip when

hospital managers were desperate to get more nurses Miss Earl volunteered and went to the Homeopathic Hospital to help care for the sick soldiers. It was not long before her little body was gripped by the dread disease and she was obliged to leave the work and went to the home of her aunt, Mrs. Jennie Earl Howe where she was detained for some time.

When she was able she came home here and gradually recovered until it seemed that she was going to get her health back again. She was so far improved that she went to Montreal to help care for the family of her brother, but was not far enough on the road to recovery to keep what she gained ; she fell back and seven weeks ago they brought her home on a cot. Dr. LeRoy F. Hollis attended her and notwithstanding everything possible to do was done for her she gradually fell away until her spirit took its flight and her life’s work here was over.

Last Tuesday, in the home, the last sad rites were performed. Loved ones buried her casket in beautiful flowers; her pastor, Rev. T.T. Davies, conducted the solemn ceremony and spoke of her in tender terms, and her life long friend, Mr. Byron G. Seamans, of Pulaski, spoke a brief tribute, and her three brothers, Pardon, George and Orin, and her cousin, Earl Howe, bore her body from the home and then to the last resting place in the village cemetery where she was placed beside her sister, Ruth, who died nearly three decades ago.

Surviving friends are her father and mother, three brothers, Pardon A., of Watertown, George A., of Sandy Creek, Oren, of Montreal and one sister, Irene, of the home; three aunts, Mrs. Louise Earl Taylor; Mrs. Jennie Earl Howe and Mrs. Margarete Adams Witherill, of Syracuse.

Friends from out of town attending the service, Tuesday, were, Mrs. Howe and son, Earl; Mrs. Witherell and daughter, Mrs. Wm. Bennie, Mr. and Mrs. L.L.Fox, Mrs. Elizabeth Fusher, Mrs. Louise Lane, Mrs. Nellie Emmitt, of Syracuse; Dr. E.G. Miner and Mrs. Frances Ford of Mannsville; Dr. and Mrs. Frank J. Loomis of Watertown; Mr. Larned, Miss Larned

and Mrs. W. H. Grinnell, Pierrepont Manor; Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Seamans, Pulaski.

Source: Sandy Creek News, 1919

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Matthew M. Earl

September 19, 1840 – August 26, 1920 Plot: J

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Oren R. Earl

November, 1812 – January 15, 1901

Oren R. Earl.

Sandy Creek, Jan. 15.—The well-known banker, the Hon. Oren R. Earl, one of the oldest residents of this village, died at his residence Friday afternoon in the 89th year of his age, but in the full exercise of his faculties. Mr. Earl was exactly 88 years and 2 months old, and was the son of Pardon Earl, of Jefferson county, a veteran of the war of 1812. He began as a farmer and when a young man came to Sandy Creek, where he engaged in mercantile business under the firm name of Karl & Salisbury, with the late Hamilton E. Root he carried on the local tannery for ten years. Thirty years ago, with the late P.M. Newton, he started Earl’s banking house. All these business enterprises were successful. He was also a director and former president, of the Sandy Creek Oil and Gas company, and a promoter and stockholder of the bone factory, besides being interested in the gricultural insurance company of Watertown, and the old Syracuse Northern railway

Source: The Watertown Re-Union, Jan 16, 1901

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HON. OREN R. EARL

Hon. Oren R. Earl died last Friday afternoon at 2:45 after a brief illness of a few hours. No resident of the town has been better known to our readers during the past fifty years than Mr. Earl. Scarcely an enterprise has been undertaken that he did not foster and that did not owe its success in a large measure to his foresight and untiring energy.

Mr. Earl had been in his usual health and was about town as usual Thursday until eleven o’clock when he complained of being cold and left the bank, saying he was going home to get warm. When he reached home he suddenly collapsed and all

that medical aid could do proved to little avail and he sank into a stupor from which he did not rally.

Oren R. Earl was born in Pierrepont Manor, Jefferson county, November 2, 1812 and was in his 89th year. He was a grandson of Stephen Earl, of Rhode Island, was subsequently settled in Saratoga county, N. Y., and a son of Nancy Sherman and Pardon Earl, who was also born in Rhode Island, but became a resident of Pierrepont Manor where he died. Oren R. Earl was the third child born to his parents, the others being Andrew O, Ruth, Pardon, Albert, Nancy, Jenette, Ann V., all deceased. The father was a soldier of the War of 1812 and prominent in

town affairs serving as supervisor.

The subject of this sketch received his early education at Union Academy of Belleville and began life as a farmer and cattle buyer having come to Sandy Creek in his teens when he

worked for Nathan Salisbury, who kept the Salisbury house for many years and whose daughter, Jenette, he married in 1844.

Exerpt Source: Sandy Creek News, Jan 17, 1901

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Oren R. Earl is probably the most complex man to ever walk the streets of this town. Figuratively, his long, lank frame towers over the Victorian Era in Sandy Creek, his shadow touching business ventures, civic projects, and personal acts of charity, alike.

He helped to organize the Sandy Creek Fair, the year after he took over the tannery. He promoted the building of the first town hall and the buying of the Town Bell, and aided in raising over $35, 000.00 in bounty money-in the Town for the local men who went into the Union Army (While visiting the front to check on some of those Sandy Creek boys, he was caught within the battle lines at Antietam and witnessed the

entire engagement.)

A short biography in the 1877 Oswego County History describes Mr. Earl as “Energetic and thorough in all his undertakings, no interest, public or private, committed to his hands has ever suffered, whether as farmer, tanner, for public servant, he has been almost uniformly successful.”

The Hon. Mr. Earl certainly had the resources (and the civic consciousness)

****We do know that Mr. Earl made the tannery a financial success. A look at the tannery area on the map Of 1861, shows a much more complex arrangement of buildings on the tannery site than were indicated seven years before. Perhaps the superintendent of the tannery was living there. Most likely, it became a storage building at some later date.

Mr. Earl’s initial loss in taking over the tannery operation was considerably (and ironically) sweetened by the clouds of the Great Rebellion. The storm of Civil War called up huge armies. Men wore boots, needed belts and canteens, drove and rode horses, necessitating harnesses and saddles. The demand for leather skyrocketed with the’ burgeoning Union Armies and the O.R. Earl Tannery cleaned up profits as fast as the finished leather could be shipped to the manufacturers.

Several local businessmen were associated with Mr. Earl in the tannery, most notably, “Hamilton Root, a practical tanner, and together they cleaned up $75,000.00.”

Mr. Earl maintained ownership of the tannery until 1868 when he sold it to A. N. Shepherd & Co. of Boston.

In 1870, he went into partnership with Pitt M. Newton, a local merchant, and they opened Sandy Creek’s first bank. Later, after building the brick bank block, Mr. Earl bought out Newton. The bank lasted until Mr. Earl’s death in 1901, with most of the business handled by Matthew M. Earl, his nephew, who was the cashier.

Except Source: Sandy Creek News, Dec 25, 1974

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Ruth Earl

unknown – unknown Daughter of Matthew M. and Mary Adams Earl

ID# 1209

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Cora Eastman

1866 – 1897 Wife of E. L. Eastman Plot: F

ID# 1210

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Elizabeth Steele Eastman

1803 – 1877 Wife of William Eastman Plot: E

ID# 1211

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William Eastman

1801 – 1884 Plot: E

ID# 1212

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Andrew Gordon Eckford

1904 – 1984 Son of James Eckford & Julia Gibson

ID# 1213

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Dorothy M Eckford

November 2, 1898 – August, 1975

ID# 1214

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Edna Mary Roberts Edgett

1894 – 1967 Plot: R

ID# 1215

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Burns D. Edick

March 18, 1913 – April 23, 1980

Burns D. Edick, 67, of Lacona, died unexpectedly Wednesday morning at his home.

He was born March 18, 1913, in Parish, N.Y., the son of Glenn and Frances O’Brien Edick. He was educated in Sandy Creek Schools and married on July 25, 1932 in Boylston to the former Ida Carner. He was a WW II U.S. Air Force Veteran. He was employed by the U.S. Post Office Department where he worked out of the Lacona Post Office as a rural mail carrier for 37 years. He retired in 1977. He was a member and past Chief of the Lacona Fire Department.

Surviving are his wife, Ida; 2 daughters, Miss Sally Edick, Syracuse, and Mrs. William (Deborah) Bumpus from Trumansburg, N.Y.; his mother, Mrs. Frances Edick, Lacona; 2 brothers, Robert and Charles Edick, Lacona; sister, Mrs. Robert (Ann) Hazard, Lacona; and 5 grandchildren.

Private services were held at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be made in Mr. Edick’s memory to the Lacona Fire Department.

Arrangements were made through Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 23, 1980

ID# 1216

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Alice Tryon Edwards

1897 – 1956 Wife of Clarence C. Edwards Plot: Q

ID# 1217

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Clarence C. Edwards

1889 – 1957 Plot: Q

ID# 1218

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John Edwards

unknown – April 1, 1841 Plot: B

Note: Age 66 yrs.

ID# 1219

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Alice Husband Eely

1870 – 1937 Wife of George H. Eely Plot: J

ID# 1220

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Caroline Thompson Eely

unknown – 1914

MRS. EDWARD EELY.

Caroline Thompson, daughter of George and Maria Thompson, was born at Sandy Creek, Junel 11, 1836, and lived all her life, witll the exception of one year, in this and the adjoining town of Ellisburg. In 1859 she was married to Edward. Eely, and for fifty five years, of their union was a most devoted wife, being a helpmate in the true sense of the word. Her husband survives her at the age of 86 years, and not until death claimed her did his care and ministrations for her cease. Two sons were born to them Frank E. of Syracuse, and George H., who lives on the pld homestead, and who has cared for his parents with the most tender and self-sacrificing devotion. About seven years ago Mrs. Eely was stricken with total blindness, and soon after with a paralytic shock making her practically helpless, yet with Christian fortitude and patience she sat in her chair day after day, directing the affairs of her household, and retaining her loving interest in all that pertained to the welfare of her family and friends. Mrs. Eely early gave her heart to Christ, uniting with the Sandy Creek Baptist church, but later identifying herself with the Disciple church at Mannsville. She was possessed of a faith that manifested itself in good works, deeds of love and mercy to the sick and sorrowing; who were within reach of her unselfish neighborliness. Greatly attached to her home, it was her delight to offer abundant hospitality to all who crossed its threshold, and epecially to those who called her “mother” will the loving welcome and tender thoughtfulness be long remembered with prutitude. Mrs. Eely had been gradually failing for several months and on Thursday, May 25, suffered another shock, from which she never rallied, and on Sunday morning, May 31, her sightless eyes opened in the Better Land where there is no need of light of sun, for God Himself is the Light thereof. The funeral was held at the family home Tuesday, June 2, the Rev. Mr. Hurlbut, pastor of the Mannsville Baptist church officiating, speaking a few appropriate and comforting words from Rev. 22:’4. “And they shall see His face.” Mrs. McMurdy and Mrs. Clark sang two beautiful hymns most sweetly without accompaniment. The burial was in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek. Looking at the peaceful form lying and a profusion of beautiful flowers; one could but rejoice that the “darksome night” had passed, and for her had dawned the radiant morn.

Source: Sandy Creek News, June 11, 1914

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Edward Eely

May 10, 1828 – January 4, 1918

EDWARD EELY

Edward Eely, son of Henry and Harriet Ferry Eely, was born in Aynho, Northamptonshire, Eng., May 10, 1828. When he was three years old the family came to this country in a sailing vessel, being six weeks on the sea. They settled near Brewster Settlement, where with the exceptions of one year, Mr. Eely spent the remainder of his long life of 89 years and 8 months. In 1859 he married Caroline Thompson of Sandy Creek, who died about three years ago. Since that time Mr. Eely has been gradually failing until on Friday evening, Jan, 4, 1918, he passed on to his well earned rest. The funeral services were held at his late home on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 6, Conducted by the Rev. Mr. Hurlbut of Mannsville, who delivered a most appropriate address on the greatest possession a man can have “Faith in God,” which faith Mr”. Eely had in a marked degree. Converted to Christ when a young man, he lived a consistent Christian life the Bible his one rule of conduct. He was a devoted member of the Church of Christ and a regular attendant and supporter of its services when there was a church organization a t Mannsville. Mr. Eely is survived by two son’s, Frank E. of Syracuse, and George H., who faithfully cared for his parents in their declining years; also one brother, Joseph Eely of Georgia. His youngest brother, William, of Allegan, Mich., died about a month ago. Mr. Eely was a kind husband and father, a good neighbor, an upright citizen, and of him it can truly be said, he fought a good fight, finished his course, kept the faith, and henceforth there is laid up for him a crown of righteousness.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Jan 17, 1918

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George Henry Eely

September 25, 1866 – November 22, 1964

George Eely, 98 Town’s Oldest Resident Dies

A life that reached its 99th year and spanned the time extending from of the Civil War ended Sunday, Nov. 22, 1964 when George H. Eely died, in the Evergreens Nursing home, Pulaski, Mr. Eely was this community’s oldest resident, and he remained unusually active for one of his years, until he suffered a stroke a week before his death.

He was accustomed to take walks and was active about his home. Since the death of his wife in 1937 he had lived alone, cared for his home, and maintained a well-kept garden of flowers and vegetables. He enjoyed reading, although needing a glass for the fine print but his hearing was somewhat impaired.

Mr. Eely’s erect, slight figure was frequent sight about town until last Sunday and he cast his vote as usual on November 3.

This fall, for the first time, Mr. Eely complained to friends that he felt the weight of his advancing years. Nevertheless, he had cultivated a small garden this past sumner, canning its produce and the fruit from his apple trees and grapevines.

He also continued his practice of walking overtown every day for his mail and groceries.

Born in 1866

He was born Sept. 25, 1866 at what is now the Richard Mullen home on Route 11 north of Sandy Creek. His father, Edward Eely, came here from England in 1831 and lived to be nearly 90 years old. George Eely’s mother was Caroline Thompson, daughter of George Thompson. The latter built the present Mullen home.

In her, latter years, Mrs. Caroline Eely was blind and paralyzed. The son, George H. Eely, lived at home and cared for his parents with self-sacrificing devotion.

After their death, he was married, Aug. 26, 1920, to Miss Alice Husband, an outstandingly successful primary teacher in the Sandy Creek fchool for more than 35 years, she died Feb. 18, 1937 after an illness of a few hours.

Mr. Eely was a farmer during his earlier life and later was a ware selector for Syracuse China. His only brother, Frank Eely was a teacher and later a druggist in Syracuse and died in 1926.

Mr. Eely was a member of the former church of Christ in Mannsville and until deafness occurred was a regular attendant of the Sandy Creek Methodist Church, invariably walking to church.

His funeral will be held Wednesday at 2 o’clock at the Weston and Woodard funeral home. The Rev. Robert Bird, pastor of the Sandy Creek Methodist church, will conduit the service. Bearers will include Kent Steele, Clinton Smith, Cail liurritt, William Mahaffy, Arthur Wart and William Potter. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery.

Only second cousins survive. They are Mrs. Louis Clark and

Mrs. George Bacon of Sandy Creek; Leland Rounds, Liverpool; Mrs. Esther Garrison, Ottawa, Kans., Mrs. Helen Staples, Adams Center; Mrs. Floyd Steele, Pierrepont Manor.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Nov 26, 1964

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David H Ehle

April 23, 1807 – December 31, 1874

David was a farmer and the son of Harmonious W. Ehle His first wife, Sarah Richards Knollin died due to complications at childbirth.

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Delana Ehle

unknown – October 26, 1849 Plot: B

Note: Age 72 yrs. Wife of Harmon W. Ehle

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Harmonious W. Ehle

October 6, 1780 – December 22, 1875

EARLY DAYS IN TOWN HISTORY OF EHLE FAMILY,

Their Descendants The Cottrell Branch: 516 Madison Ave., Albany, N.Y. Oct. 14, 1915.

Deaf Friends: S.R. Shear, is to be here to talk tomorrow morning, the 15th, at the school for training of teachers. This is my father’s birthday, the 14th. He would have been 104 today. On mother’s side I am descended from the “Mohawk Dutch.” You sometimes hear it said “The Dutch have, taken Holland.”

The youngest sprout of (prosperity) posterity that I know of from my grandfather, Harmonious W. Ehle, is the sweet little Grace Elizabeth Cottrell at the home of Rev. H. Edward at New Castle, Pa., now eight and one-half months old.

Harmonious W. Ehle, a slight built Mohawk Dutch, called “Low Dutch,” I think because the ancestry came from the lowlands of Holland, was born October 6, 1780, during the Revolutionary War, at Fort Plain, Town of Winden, Montgomery County, where he was living with his wife and three children, when he resolved to carve a home for himself in the forests of Oswego county. So with a bright axe and food in his handkerchief, he set out on foot in the season of 1804 and arrived at the new town of Sandy Creek and crossing the creek on a bridge down by the present box factory, he plunged into the forest guided by marked trees and arrived at a spot opposite the Job Kenyon house, now known at the Harry Scott summer home. Here he plied that axe to the virgin forest trees and cleared a spot on a rise of ground between two ravines on south-side of the road where he erected a log house.

I think his nearest neighbor was Philip Bettinger, grandfather of Mason Bettinger; others were the brothers of his wife, Isaac Weser and Benjamin Weser, who settled where the S. Brooks Bacon farm house burned and on the farm how occupied by Frank P. Davis, respectively.

The next spring a pair of twins was added to this family, who were Mrs. Eliza Allen, wife of Mark Allen and brother of Ira Allen and Elijah Ehle who moved west with his family. He now gathered the family of wife and five children and took his enterprising journey on a sled team drawn by two horses.

A Christian trust and good deterniination with hard work wrought great results, for in the years that followed he cleared land enough to give John Ehle, the oldest son, who was father of Edwin Ehle and a fine family of seven, three sons and one daughter now dead and three daughters now living in Illinois, a farm now occupied by Thomas Herriman.

The wife was aunt of F. Dudley Corse’s father. As the children grew there was no school nearer than the log school house standing where the house of Mrs. Julia Jones now stands. Here the children walked for an education. My mother, Catherine Ehle, was the second child, a beautiful little girl, for I have heard my father say that seeing

her thus coming to school, he resolved that he would gain that little girl for a wife if he could, but it was not without its difficulties. While an enterprising young man of twenty, from Copenhagen doing the shoe-making of the community at night he would put on his best and mount his horse and he said he never knew there were high hills when on that sparking errand bent, but the mischievous young fellows of that neighborhood would turn his horse loose and make him walk back to Washingtonville (Sandy Creek).

Mother got such “a “setting out” from her parents as they in thrift manufactured at home. She said she learned English by going to school, for Dutch was the family talk and I remember that when her relatives came to visit us if they wanted to talk something they did not want us to understand they would talk Dutch. Mother learned we to count in Dutch and we would laugh at their talk.

Mr. Ehle aided his son Elijah to the farm now occupied by Henry Widrig. He reared a fine family now living in Illinois where he died. Mrs. Allen was a very energetic woman, a grand woman to help a man to get rich.

At about 65 Mr. Ehle retired from the farm with a competency to Washintonville, settling at the place now occupied by Jay Mareness. Here his wife soon died. I was yet too young

to be taken to the funeral but I remember that my younger brother, Charles W., in his innocency put his little hand on the face ot the remains.

Grandfather afterward married Mrs. John Near, mother of Mrs. Henriett Carpenter, and lived happily many years until she died in April, 1875, and he died December 22, of the same year, aged 95 years 2 months and 16 days. When grandfather retired he left David Ehle, his second son, in possession of the home, later known as the Job Kenyon farm.

His wife was sister of Spencer Knollin’s father and her children are Mrs. Emily Stewart of Pulaski; Mrs. Sarah Helfer, of Manlius; grandchildren are Garry and Jay Bettinger, Newton G. Ehle and his sister, Mrs. (Frances) Brown, of Kalamazoo, Mich. David Ehle married twice after that and the children are Mrs. James (Lydia)Sparks, John Ehle, of Michigan, and Carrie Ehle of Pulaski. As far as I know almost all have families growing up, I am the last of my mother’s family to survive now for 10 years past.

Of my brother’s and sister’s children, Milton C., a daughter in-law with three small children in Maryland. She is now married again; of Rev. A.J., a son D.D., and family of North Cohocton, of Harriet Ilona, a daughter, Mrs. Mate Leaming, of Omaha, and three children; of James K.P. Rev. Harmon E., New Castle, Pa.; and Leon W. of Boston; of Charles William, two daughters, one in Omaha and one in Los Angeles; of Ella Maria, a daughter, Inez Coe, of North Carolina.

When grandfather was expecting to die he gave his $110 gold watch to Harmon Edward Cottrell, then a year old, for his name.

I find Harmonius W. Ehle and the two Wesers mentioned served in the War of 1812, and helped to carry the big cable on their shoulders from Oswego to Sackets Harbor for the big ship.

I have among my papers a claim or certificate for $16.02 allowed to him, so that if the United States Government ever sends the money to this state I can present it if arrives. Grandfather used to tell me many interesting stories of his captain, Gad Ackley, and his neighbors well known in Sandy Creek who were in that war, and told of eating a deer on the hills of the Root farm by cutting his hamstrings when caught in the deep snow.

The Wesers retired to our village, Isaac purchasing a little place, now the upright of Rev. H.C. Shares home where he and wife died. They had no children and adopted Nancy Brown, now Mrs. Nancy Weed of Mannsville. Benjamin lived in the house on the lot that John F. Smith owned his daughter married Hiram McKee and died in the Joe Baldwin house.

The Methodists worshipped in the log school house until they purchased the opera house lot from Joseph Moss Hooker.

James K. P. Cottrell.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Oct 21, 1915

Inscription:

War of 1812

Note: Husband of Harriet L. Near Ehle. Aged 95 years

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Harriet L. Ehle

unknown – 1875

Mrs. Harmonious Ehle, one ot the eldest settlers and residents of Sandy Creek township, is dead.

Source: Daily Palladium, Oswego NY, May 1, 1875

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Widow of John Near

Inscription:

Our Mother

Note: Wife of Harmonious W. Ehle. Aged 75 years. Undated

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Lana Weiser Ehle

1777 – October 26, 1849

Wife of Harmon W. Ehle. Aged 72 years.

Note: Stone states her name as “Delana”

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Mary Abba Moyer Ehle

June 24, 1845 – May 5, 1930

MRS. RICHARD EHLE

Mrs. Mary Moyer Ehle, wife of Richard Ehle, died Monday, May 5, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frances Brown, of Michigan, with whom she had made her home for the past 8 years. She was ill with pneumonia for about a week before her death.

Mrs. Ehle, the daughter of George and Adella Mover, was born June 24, 1845 at Watson, Lewis County and moved to the western part of the town of Sandy Creek at the age of 20. July 4, 1866 she married Richard Ehle, son of David Ehle, who lived on what is now the Hamilton Colwell farm.

Richard Ehle, together with his brother Newton G. Ehle, served in the Civil War. Newton was killed in service and Richard served until the close of the war, returning to this town and later removing to Pulaski N.Y. where the family made their home. Here he died in 1896.

Four children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ehle, Frances, Newton, Sarah, and Mary. Mrs. Ehle survived by her son Newton, her daughter Frances and a brother, Jacob Moyer, of Pulaski.

The funeral was held in Pulaski at 10 a.m., Thursday burial being made family lot in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek, N.Y.

source: Sandy Creek News, may 8, 1930

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Former Pulaski Resident Dies In Michigan

Mrs. Mary-A. Ehle, a former long time resident of Pulaski; passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Geo. A. Brown, in Cassopolis, Michigan, on Monday May 5 1930, having nearly completed eighty-five years.

Mary Abba Moyer was born to George and Adelia Moyer of Watson, Lewis County, New York, on June 24, 1845. She was one of a a family of thirteen children of whom only one, Mr. Jacob Moyerm survives.

At the age of twenty she moved with her parents to Oswego county. One year later she married Richard D. Ehle on July 4th, 1856, soon after his discharged from four years service in the Civil war. They began housekeeping on his father’s farm in Sandy Creek township. Four children were born to them, Francis, now the wife of Rev. Geo. A. Brown of Cassopolis, Mich., Newton G., now of Bath, New York; Sarah A., who died in childhood, and Mary G., who died in 1913.

For a time the family lived a t Port Ontario, and in 1895 they moved to Pulaski where Mr. Ehle died in 1896. She continued to live here until 8 years ago when she went to. live with her daughter in Michigan.

In her youth she was converted and united with the Goodenough M.E. Church in West Sandy Creek. During her years in Pulaski, she was a faithful member of the Methodist church here. The prayer meeting and class meeting were her special joy, she served with prayer and testimony, and many a time she started an appropriate hymn. In the days of her strength she and her husband used to sing for many funerals. Increasing age brought lessened activity, but she kept the faith and her love for sacred things, often humming snatches of old hymns. A few days before her last sickness, she was singing, “My Latest Sun is Sinking Fast.” She met trials by trusting the burdento her Lord.

Aside from the infirmities of age she enjoyed good health until recently a cold suddenly, developed into pneumonia, and she passed on without much suffering.

A brief service was held at the parsonage home in Cassopolis, and her body was brought back h ere and funeral services were held in the Methodist church last Thursday A.M. with Rev. J.W. Warren officiating. Interment was made in Pulaski cemetery.

Source: The Pulaski Democrat, May 14, 1930

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Mary Grace Ehle

1884 – July 22, 1913

Many Sandy Creek people will be pained to learn of the death of Mary Grace Ehle, which took place Tuesday, July 22, 1913. She was the daughter of the late Richard Ehle and had lived with her mother, Mary Ehle in Pulaski. Miss Ehle was aged 29 years, a graduate of Pulaski High school, class of 1908, and had taught for some time, and later entered the office of District Attorney Freeland J. Davies before retiring last fall on account of her health. Besides her mother she is survived by a sister, Mrs. George A. Brown of Kalamazoo, Mich., and one brother Newton G. Ehle of Auburn. Burial was in the family plot in Woodlawn cemetery Friday afternoon.

Soure: Sandy Creek News, Aug 18, 1913

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MARY GRACE EHLE

For some time it had been believed that the life of Mary Grace Ehle was hanging in the balance as she had been in declining health for several months and the news spread through the village yesterday morning but as the day was

dawning her spirit took its flight and the home was bereft of a loved one. Mary Grace Ehle was born in this village twenty-nine years ago last February. She was daughter of the late Richard Ehle and had lived with the mother, Mary Ehle, who survives her.

Miss Ehle was early eager for an education and passed through the grades of our high school, graduating in 1903. She taught in district schools for some time and later entered the otfice of District Attorney Freelon J. Davis, retiring last fall when her health began to fail.

Miss Ehle was a member of the Methodist church, active in the work of the church Sunday school, the Enworth League and the choir. She will be greatly missed in tue circle of her acquaintance where she was loved and esteemed.

Besides her mother she is survived by a sister, Mrs. George A. Brown, of Kalamazoo, Mich., and a brother, Newton G. Ehle, of Auburn.

Source: Pulaski Democrat, July 30, 1913

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Nancy Mellen Ehle

unknown – unknown

Second wife of David Ehle

ID# 1231

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Newton Ehle

February 9, 1838 – May 30, 1863

The headstone at Woodlawn Cemetery in Sandy Creek, New York is a memorial stone for Newton Ehle, son of David H. Ehle and Sarah Richards Knollin.

Newton was in the 147th Infantry Company E. As a civilian he was a farmer. Died in Civil War. Died of fever in hospital at Windmill Point, Fredricksburg, Virginia. Buried in grave number 6030.

Newton wrote the following letter to William Hood in Syracuse, New York, who he called “Cousin William.” (Letter to Mr. William H. Hood, Syracuse, NY from Newton Ehle in “Falmuth,” December 23, 1862) The original letter was in a small yellow envelop. The letter reads:

“Dear Sir – I rec’d letter from Emily the other day – She said she was going down home to stay this winter – Give my love to all – Hoping to hear from you again soon – I remain your devoted, most respected Humble Servent & Cousin.”

Newton died several months after writing the above letter.

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Richard Ehle

unknown – April, 1896

Mr. R.D. Ehle died last Friday. The funeral was held Tuesday from his late residence.

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The remains of Richard Ehle were laid at rest in Woodlawn cemetery on Monday. Mr. Ehle was for many years a resident of this town. Later he resided at Port Ontario where he was customs officer under Collector Lyman. Mr. Ehle went to the war from here and was ever a valiant soldier and genial gentleman. His funeral was attended by several members of Post Barney

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 30, 1896

ID# 1233

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Sarah A. Ehle

unknown – unknown

Died in childhood

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Sarah Richards Knollin Ehle

July 28, 1816 – March 26, 1848 Wife of David H. Ehle

Note from Knollin Family Manuscript: “Sarah Richards Knollin came to America from Devonshire with her parents in 1827. She married a David Ehle. Died on March 26, 1848. Sarah and her brother Richard Mortimor were twins.”

Sarah’s death is tragically depicted in a letter written to her sister Rhoda and her husband by Sarah’s twin brother, Richard Mortimer Knollin II (Letter to Wm Hood, Syracuse, Onandago Co, NY from R.M. Knollin in Sandy Creek, March 27, 1848). The letter appears to have been started on March 25th and mailed on the 27th:

“Sandy Creek, Mar 27 (1848)

Wm Hood

Syracuse

Onandago Co

Ny

Dear Brother and Sister – I sit down tonight to let you know we are; we are all well except Sarah – She was confined the 12th of this month – she got along for 2 or 3 days very well but after that she took a latte could and as been growing worse every since – She as been Derange about a week – Celia as been with her every scince last Tuesday – today Char and Ehmley has come; the have had Doc Kenney today and he sas that her case is hopeless so I thought I would let you know how she was; she has got a little Daughter; you will expect to hear from us again if any thing worse takes place; I expect to move this Spring – I and John has bought the lot of land laying east of Father’s land –

Sunday 26 You will see that I did not finnish my letter last evening; Ehmley thought I had better wait till today – I hardly know what to say most – I say that Sarah is dead yes poor Sarah is gone. She died this morning at half past 9 o clock – if I could see you I could tell you my feelings better than I can wright – She will berrid a Tuesday at 10 o’clock – the baby has got a very sore mouth – Ehmeley and all the rest gives thear kind loves to you – Ehmley will wright to you in 2 or 3 weeks – my prayer is that God will prepar us all for Death – we have no thought but that she is happy so no more at this time – this from your broath

R.M. Knollin”

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Margaret Eikey

October 15, 1851 – December 29, 1928 Plot: C

Note: Wife of John Eikey & widow of Libbeus Maitland.

ID# 1236

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Elizabeth E. Eldred

unknown – August 10, 1864 Plot: A

Note: Age 38 yrs., 9 mos. Wife of Hiram Eldred.

ID# 1237

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John Eldred

unknown – December 16, 1839

Note: Aged 72 years

ID# 1238

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M. Alton Eldridge

May 12, 1937 – May 20, 1998 Plot: U

Dates match but first name is diff

Eldridge: Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record

Name: Alton W. Eldridge

State of Issue: Virginia

Date of Birth: Wednesday May 12, 1937

Date of Death: Wednesday May 20, 1998

Est. Age at Death: 61 years, 8 days

ID# 1239

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Frank Elekes

May 20, 1890 – October 29, 1949

Friends Shocked By Suicide of Frank Elekes, 60

Friends of Frank Elekes; a resient of Lacona for the past four years, were shocked to hear of his death which occurred Saturday, October 29, 1949. Believed despondent over a minor automobile accident, Mr. Eiekes took his life by hanging. He was discovered in the barn at his home by his step-daughter, Mrs. Clinton Lounsbury, who cut him down and administered artificial respiration until the arrival of Dr. Burch K. Reed. Death had occurred, however.

While the body was being prepared for burial an injury was discovered on the right side of his temple; evidently an internal fracture, which is believed to have affected his

mind, for he took his life shortly after. This injury is believed to have resulted from the minor accident Thursday night, although no external bleeding was noticed from his head, with the exception of a nose bleed.

Private services were held at the Weston and Woodard funeral home at 10 Monday morning, attended by close friends and relatives, and he was laid, to rest in Woodlawn cemetery. Floral tributes from old neighbors and friends were numerous.

Became Electrical Engineer

Mr. Elekes was 60 years of age, having been born in Austria-Hungary May 20, 1891. He came from a wellknown family in that country, his father having been a large estate owner. After.the death of his father, his mother remarried and the one son, then a boy of 14, came to America, working his way over by dishes to pay for his passage.

Mr. Elekes was a self-made man, having educated himself. He worked days and went to school every night, attending technical schools in Flint and Detroit, Michigan, to become an electrical engineer by profession. He never returned to Europe to claim his birthright but stayed in the United States and became a citizen.

He married Therese Racy September 11, 1916 at Flint, Michigan. He took up farming as an occupation because of his step-daughter’s ill health and the advisability of living in the country, and for 31 years successfully operated a farm at Maple View. He retired after the second World War and came to Lacona to make his home, wheFerhe is remembered as a kind husband, a wise and patient father and a good friend and neighbor, liked and respected by those who came in contact with him.

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Therese Elekes, a daughter, Helen (Mrs. Claude Given) of Baldwinsville, and a step-daughter, Margaret”,(Mrs. Clinton Lounsbury) of Lacona

Source: Sandy Creek News, Nov 3, 1949

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Teresa Racy Elekes

1890 – 1953

Mrs. Terese Blekes, 62, widow of Frank Elekes, died Monday

afternoon* October 26, 1953 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clinton H. Lounsbury in Lacona. She had been in failing health for several months.

Her funeral service was held Thurday afternoon at 2 at the Weston and Woodard funeral home, Sandy Creek, with Rev. Leland W. Webster, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Burial was made in Woodlawn cemetery.

The family requested that flowers be omitted and any contributions desired be seht to the American Cancer Society in memory of Mrs. Elekes.

Immediate survivors besides Mrs. Lounsbury are another daughter, Mrs. Claude C. Given of R.D. 2, Clay, N.Y., two grandchildren, Brian and Heather Lounsbury, and a brother Gabriel Racy of New Haven, Conn.

Source: Sandy creek news, Oct 29, 1953

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Dean R. Elliott

May 30, 1972 – November 20, 1980 Plot: T

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Anna S. Schairer Ellis

November 21, 1887 – 1968 Wife of Carlton S. Ellis

Mrs. Ellis, 80 Was Collector And Town Clerk

The funeral of Mrs. Anna S. Ellis, 80, a native of Germany but a long resident of-Lacona, was held Sunday afternoon at the Cleveland funeral home with the Rev. Raymond Rowley, pastor of the Sandy Creek Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery in the spring. Friends who wish may contribute to the cancer fund in her memory.

Mrs. Ellis was born Nov. 21, 1887 in Stuttgart, Germany, the daughter of Joseph and Dorthea Rieber Schairer. She came to the United States, disembarking at New York City on April 16, 1912 and was very much impressed by the newspaper headlines of the sinking of the Titanic, learning that the ship on which she had arrived was only 500 miles from the Titanic when it went down.

After arriving in New York, she went to Syracuse where she had relatives and worked in a boarding house in that city. On March 15, 1913 she was married at the Baptist Cruroh in Syracuse to Carlton S. Ellis.

Following their marriage they went to Rockville, Conn, to the Ellis family homestead where Mr. Ellis was born, and subsequently the Ellises’ two sons, Harold and Arthur were born in the same room at the family home.

Comes Here in 1926

The family returned to Syracuse about 1915 and during the next ten years while Mr. Ellis was herdsman for various Holstein breeders, the family lived in Pennsylvania and Michigan. In 1926 they moved to Lacona when Mr. Ellis became herdsman for Crowrhurst Farms owned by the late George R. Blount. They continued to live in Lacona with the exception of one year spent in Fulton.

Mrs. Ellis served the town of Sandy Creek in the capacity of town clerk for two terms following the death on Feb. 22, 1947 of her husband who had fulled that office since 1939. She also was tax collector for the town, her total period of service in the two offices covering five years.

Although she had never had any formal education in the English language after coming here from Germany, she taught herself to speak and write the language.

Revisits Germany

In 1962 after having been in this country for 50 years, Mrs. Ellis returned to visit relatives in Germany, flying over in company with the cousin with whom she had come to this country. She became an enthusiastic air traveler and flew to Cuba and Florida to visit her son, Harold.

She was a member of the Sandy Creek Methodist Church, a former member of Lake Ontario Chapter OES, a life member of Sandy Creek Grange and a member of Pomona Grange. One of the high points of her life was the occasion when she and her husband took the Seventh Degree at the National Grange convention West Chester Nov. 14, 1930 in same class in which the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt, then Governor of New York State, took the degree, and had the privilege of being introduced to him personally.

Surviving are two sons, Harold of Riverview, Fla., Arthur of Sandy Creek; a daughter, Mrs. Ralph (Ruth) Smith of Sandy Creek; a sister, Mrs. Dora Baockbeck of Wurttenburg, Germany; four grandchildren:. Mrs. Lawrence (Georgia) Gok, of Syracuse, Lawrence H. Smith; of the U. S. Air Force stationed at Clark Field in the Philippines, Kirk Ellis of Gouverneur, Robert Ellis of the U. S. Army who is soon to be stationed in Badkasint, Germany near his grandmother’s relatives; also two great-wandchildren, Lara Smith of Fort Worth, Tex. and Christopher Ellis of Gouverneur.

Relatives and friends from Syracuse, Mexico, Fayetteville, Pulaski, Redfield and Theresa were here for the funeral. Her son, Harold Ellis, who had undergone throat surgery was able to be released from the hospital to come to the funeral.

Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 8, 1968

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Arthur K. Ellis

1914 – 2001 Plot: T

Name: Arthur K. Ellis

State of Issue: New York

Date of Birth: Friday December 18, 1914

Date of Death: Saturday December 29, 2001

Est. Age at Death: 87 years, 11 days

Confirmation: Verified

Last known residence:

City: Ormond Beach

County: Volusia

State: Florida

ID# 1244

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Carlton S. “Carl” Ellis

May 25, 1885 – February 22, 1947 Husband of Anna S. Ellis

Sudden Death Of C.S. Ellis Shocks Town

Carlton S. Ellis, Sandy Creek town clerk and prominent in grange and insurance work in this ounty, died suddenly at his home on Salisbury Street Saturday afternoon, February 22, 1947, as the result of a heart attack. He was first stricken Friday night, and his death came as a great shock to residents of this community.

He was born in Rockville, Connecicut, May 25, 1885 and was the son of Samuel K. and Sarah Towne Ellis; in 1913 he married Miss. Anna Scharer at Syracuse. In his eartier

ears he attained success as a herdsman, working with Holstein-Friesan cattle.

Mr. Ellis came here in 1928 as herdsman for the Crownhurst farms and for many years operated a milk route. Later he entered the insurance business, in which he became well known throughout Oswego County. In 1939 he was elected town clerk, an office which he had since held. He was active in community affairs, being especially prominent in the Sandy Creek Grange and as a superintendent of cattle for the Sandy Creek Fair Association.

He was a member of the Methodist church and of Sandy Creek Grange, he was a life member of Sandy Creek Lodge No. 64 F. & A.M., Lake Ontario; Chapter No. 124, O.E.S. and vice president of the Oswego County Fire Relief Association. In all his contacts with the public Mr. Ellis was courteous and sincerely anxious to be of assistance, traits of character which resulted in his building one of the leading insurance agencies in Oswego County, and making for himself a place in this community which will be difficult to fill.

Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Harold Ellis, a navy chief warrant officer, now somewhere in the Pacific, and Arthur Ellis of Lacona; a daughter, Ruth, Mrs. Ralph

Smith of Sandy Creek; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Millette, of, Springfield, Massachusetts, and four grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the home, with Rev. Herber Harrison, pastor of Sandy Creek methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery

Source: Sandy Creek News, Feb 27, 1947

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Herbert G. Ellis

May 6, 1900 – January 20, 1982

Herbert G. Ellis

Herbert G. Ellis, 81, of 9 Sixth St., Camden, who owned and operated the H.G. Ellis Pharmacy from 1929 to 1965, died Wednesday, Jan. 20 at home.

Born on May 6, 1900, in Ellisburg, he was the son of John and Mamie Bettinger Ellis. He was graduated from Sandy Creek High School, Class of 1921. He attended Buffalo University and was graduated from Columbia University College of Pharmacy.

He was employed by the New York City Pharmacy, New, York City and the Syracuse Hotel Pharmacy before becoming partners with Newton Wheeler in 1927 and purchasing a drug store in Camden in 1929, which he operated for many years.

Mr. Ellis also operated the H.G. Ellis Insurance Agency and was honored in 1980 by the Utica Mutual Insurance Co. for more than 50 years of service to the company. Frederick McCale entered into partnership with Mr. Ellis in the 1970’s and has since taken over, continuing to run the insurance agency under the Ellis name.

Mr. Ellis was a 50-year member of the Philanthropic Masonic Lodge. He married Marguerite Dorland in August 1928 in Sandy Creek. She died in March 1981.

Surviving are a son, Warren D. Ellis of New Jersey; a sister, Mrs. Beatrice Ellis Killam, Sandy Creek; three grandchildren; three nieces and two nephews.

Services were held at the Sanborn-McDaniels Funeral Home in Camden. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Fulton Patriot, 1982

ID# 1246

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Marguerite Dorland Ellis

July 27, 1901 – March 15, 1981 Wife of Herbert Ellis Plot: O

ID# 1247

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Norma R. Ellis

June 9, 1922 – November 13, 2009

ID# 1248

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642461

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Adah A. Elmer

1855 – 1938 Wife of John J. Elmer Plot: M

ID# 1249

FindAGrave Memorial# 124784396

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Ella E White Elmer

June 22, 1853 – 1927 Wife of Theodore H Elmer Plot: F

ID# 1250

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Franklin D “Frank” Elmer

October, 1858 – 1903 Plot: M

ID# 1251

FindAGrave Memorial# 124782833

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Grace A Elmer

October, 1882 – 1902 Plot: M

ID# 1252

FindAGrave Memorial# 124784552

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John Jay Elmer

1855 – 1905 Plot: M

ID# 1253

FindAGrave Memorial# 124783192

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Theodore H “Theron” Elmer

August, 1848 – 1929 Plot: F

ID# 1254

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Theodorus “Doras” Elmer

October 21, 1791 – October 16, 1879 Plot: B

ID# 1255

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Emma LaTant Emmett

September 18, 1879 – October 20, 1953 Plot: M

ID# 1256

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Mary Engel

1910 – March 22, 1978

ENGEL-Mrs. Mary Engel, 68, of Springbrook Apartments, Pulaski, died Wednesday March 22, at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown.

The funeral was held Saturday at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home. Pulaski, Rev. Ivan Greenfield, pastor of the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church officiating. Spring burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 19 1978

ID# 1257

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William E. Engel

April 2, 1894 – October 21, 1964 Plot: R

ID# 1258

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Alice S. Evans

1914 – 1959

ID# 1259

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642464

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Mary Caster Fairchild

1920 – unknown Plot: S

Watertown Daily Times (NY) – Tuesday, November 21, 2000

A memorial service for Mary Fairchild, 80, of 6216 Route 11, Creekside Apartments, will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Pilgrim Holiness Church, Pierrepont Manor, with the Revs. Perry Case and William Saxton officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Mrs. Fairchild died at 9:35 p.m. Sunday in Samaritan Medical Center, Watertown.

A calling hour will be from 2 to 3 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Arrangements are with Summerville Funeral Home.

Mrs. Fairchild was a home caregiver, retiring in 1999. She had resided in Sandy Creek since in 1985.

Born July 3, 1920, in Pierrepont Manor, daughter of William Harry and Hattie Ann Bargy Caster, she married Samuel J. Fairchild on June 18, 1942, in Parish with Rev. William R. Young officiating. They lived in Malone and Oneida for a time before moving in 1949 to Lorraine, where they spent the rest of their married life. Mr. Fairchild died Jan. 18, 1972.

Mrs. Fairchild was a member of Pilgrim Holiness Church.

Surviving are a daughter and son-in-law, Carolyn and Richard Feller, Jefferson City, Mo.; three sons and two daughters-in-laws, William and Celeste, Adams, Charles and Judith, Plattsburgh, and Norman, Mount Lebanon, Pa.; three brothers, William Caster, Pierrepont Manor, James Caster, Vernon, and John Caster, Randolph, Mont.; 12 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Three sisters, Dorothy Caster, Jennie Keirle and Ida Sanford, and five brothers, Gilbert, Peter, Morris, Stanley and Floyd Caster, died before her.

ID# 1260

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Samuel J. Fairchild

1919 – 1972 Plot: S

ID# 1261

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Kittie Allen Farman

November 18, 1873 – March 31, 1941

Mrs. Kittie Allen Farman, life long resident of the western part of the town; died at 9:30 Monday morning, March 31, 1941 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Newton, neighbors where she had been cared for since December l. She had been ill since last September.

She was born November 18, 1873 in the town of Sandy Creek, the daughter of the late Oscar Allen and Betsy Herring Allen. She was married to Hudson Farman and they continued to live in that same section. Mr. Farman died on April 4, 1936.

Mrs. Farman was a member of Sandy Creek Grange and of the White School Home Bureau. When she was younger she was a well known dressmaker.

Funeral services for Mrs. Farman will be held at the home at 2 p.m. Thursday, Rev. Herb Harrison, pastor of the Sandy Creek Methodist church officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Her nearest surviving relatives are cousins, among whom are Raymond Herring of Sandy Creek and Claire Herring of Syracuse.

Source: Sandy Creek News, April 2, 1941

ID# 1262

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Ida Meade Farmer

September 5, 1870 – June 4, 1944 Plot: O

Sandy Creek news., June 07, 1944, Page 2, Image 2

ID# 1263

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642467

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Amos Farrington

August 22, 1795 – September 18, 1871 Plot: B

ID# 1264

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Aurelia Minot Farrington

October 31, 1797 – July 12, 1876 Plot: B

Note: Age 79 yrs., 8 mos., 11 days. Wife of Amos Farrington.

ID# 1265

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Russell R. Faulks

1903 – 1964 Plot: L

ID# 1266

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Scott A. Felio

July 4, 1969 – July 10, 2009

Scott A. Felio, 39, of Lacona, NY, died July 10, 2009, at University Hospital of injuries from an accident on July 1, 2009, in Lacona. He was born July 14, 1969, in Syracuse. He graduated from Sandy Creek Central School in 1987. He was a mason, employed by Local #2 in Syracuse. Surviving are his companion, Chrissy Procko; four daughters, Riley of Mexico and Caitlyn, Lindsey and Alexandra, all of Lacona; his mother and stepfather, Cathy and William Chereshnoski of Lacona; his father, Bernie Felio, and companion, Joanne Richards of Pulaski, NY; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Bernie and Lisa of Clarksville, TN, and Shane and Karen of Pleasant View, TN. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 14, 2009, at Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Brian Snyder officiating. Calling hours will be held prior, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, also at the church. Burial will follow at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, NY. Arrangements are with Summerville Funeral Home.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard on 7/13/2009

ID# 1267

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Charles W. Ferguson

1906 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 1268

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Charlotte Adele Wilder Ferguson

1882 – 1953 Wife of Elida W. Ferguson Plot: Q

ID# 1269

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Elida W. Ferguson

1881 – 1956 Plot: Q

ID# 1270

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Florence Brown Ferguson

1907 – unknown Plot: Q

ID# 1271

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Helen A. Monroe Ferguson

unknown – March 15, 1881 Wife of William D. Ferguson Plot: F

Note: Age 52 yrs. Wife of William D. Ferguson.

ID# 1272

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William D. Ferguson

unknown – May 19, 1915 Plot: F

Note: Age 83 yrs., 9 mos., 7 days.

ID# 1273

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Gwen F. Fiegl

unknown – March 26, 2007

76, of Sandy Creek, NY, died Monday at Lee Memorial Hospital, Fulton, NY. Survivors: three sons, Dale, Paul and Frank; six grandchildren; one great-grandchild; five step-grandchildren; and four step-great-grandchildren. Graveside services and burial will be at a later date

ID# 1274

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Harry Frank Fiegl

March 24, 1929 – January 3, 1971

Schenectady Gazette, Schenectady, NY, Monday, Jan 4, 1971

Trooper Dies In Air CrashWATERTOWN (UPI) – A

state police senior investigator

was injured fatally Sunday when

his single – engine airplane

crashed a short distance from

the trooper substation here.

He was identified as Harry F.

Figel, 41, of Redman, an investigatorfor Troop “D” Bureauof Criminal Investigation.

FIEGL – Near Watertown, Jan. 3, 1971, Harry F. Fiegl, Redman, aged 41 years. Funeral Wednesday, 2 p.m., Sandy Creek United Methodisst Church, Rev. Ivan Greenfield officiating. Burial, Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.

Spouse linked was Gwen Fort Fiegl.

ID# 1275

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Matilda Filkins

unknown – March 19, 1841 Wife of John Filkins Plot: B

Note: Age 46 yrs. Wife of John Filkins.

ID# 1276

FindAGrave Memorial# 138642477

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Charles S. Finster

1855 – 1939 Plot: H

ID# 1277

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Delilah Emily Tifft Finster

1813 – June 3, 1843

Wife of Jacob Finster. Aged 26 years

One source has year her of birth as 1822.

Note: Stone is badly broken, was run over by a car in late fall 2006

ID# 1278

FindAGrave Memorial# 18917631

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Emily Vosburgh Finster

1820 – October 23, 1900

Wife of Jacob Finster. Aged 80 years

Note: Stone is badly broken, was run over by a car in late fall 2006

ID# 1279

FindAGrave Memorial# 117373774

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Esther Edgett Finster

1837 – December, 1908 Daughter of Smith and Mabel Edgett

ID# 1280

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Helen Finster

August, 1848 – April, 1934

Miss Helen Finster who spent her early life in Orwell, on the farm now owned by J.J. Finster, passed away the first week in April in a Utica hosptial. She was a daughter of Jacob and Emily Vosburg Finster and was born in Ellisburg, August 1848. For many years she lived at West Schuyler, Herkimer county, her last years being spent at the Old Ladies Home in Mohawk. Miss Finster has cousins residing in Orwell, Pulaski and Lacona

Source: Pulaski Democrat, April 18, 1934

ID# 1281

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Infant Finster

unknown – June 10, 1843

Inscription:

Infant of Jacob & Delilah Finster

ID# 1282

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Irvin Edwin Finster

November 8, 1842 – December 29, 1895

ID# 1283

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Jacob Finster

1815 – July 4, 1860

Husband of Emily Vosburgh Finster & Delilah Finster Aged 45 years 5 months

ID# 1284

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Maud Finster

1877 – March 6, 1900

ID# 1285

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Nellie R. Finster

1858 – 1938 Plot: H

ID# 1286

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Henry E. Fisher

March 18, 1925 – December 25, 1985 Plot: T

ID# 1287

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John F. Fisher

1926 – 1942 Plot: K

ID# 1288

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Nancy M. Fisher

1934 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 1289

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Vincent O. Fisher

1929 – unknown Plot: T

ID# 1290

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Charles Flagg

unknown – July 29, 1910 Plot: L

Note: Co. I 10th NYHA. 1861 65 Flagholder.

ID# 1291

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Cora M. Flagg

1875 – 1939 Plot: M

ID# 1292

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Arlene Flansburg

1920 – 1920

Twin sister of Maxine Flansburgh. Daughter of G.A. Flansburgh

ID# 1293

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Laurel Flansburg