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Unknown Paper, Canandaigua, NY 1918 by: Dianne Thomas
+ In Surrogates Court, at Lyons, on Monday, an inventory was filed by Charles B. HERENDEEN and Josephine M. REED, executors of the estate of Helen A. LAPHAM, late of the town of Macedon, showing the amount of cash on hand, $9,502.62; promissory notes, $7,826.78; bonds and mortgages, $4,004.30' wardrobe and jewelry, $200, making a total estate of $21,533.70.
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, Feb 1, 1918 by: Dianne Thomas
Memorial Service - An impressive memorial service was held at the Congregational chapel on Sunday afternoon in honor of James Leon SIMPSON, whose death occurred in France, last week. Rev. Livingston L. TAYLOR conducted the service and Hon. Robert F. THOMPSON made brief remarks. The members of Company K and the Women of the World, of which Mr. SIMPSON was a member, attended in a body and appropriate hymns were sung by a large chorus. A god star had been placed on the service flags of the Woodman and the Congregational church in memory of Mr. SIMPSON. He is the first Canandaiguan to give his life in the great war. (part cut off) ... The funeral services were held at the Congregational chapel on Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Livingston L. TAYLOR officiated. Interment was at Woodlawn.
+ Dr. Frederick C. MC CLELLAN, son of Mrs. Fred E. MC CLELLAN, Main street north, has enlisted in the Medical Reserve Corps and received a commission as first lieutenant. He is an intern in the Post Graduate Hospital, New York City.
+ Mr. & Mrs. W. Bushnell OSBORNE left for their home in Portland, Ore. on Monday evening, after spending some time with relatives in Canandaigua and Victor. They were accompanied by Miss OSBORNE and Miss Ruth OSBORNE, of Victor.
+ Private William H. WELCH, who is stationed at Camp Wadsworth, at Spartanburg, S.C., is spending a brief furlough with his parents, Mr. & Mrs. William H. WELCH, Gibson street.
+ Rev. John Q. ADAMS, of Auburn and Rev. J. J. LAWRENCE of Binghamton, former pastors of the Presbyterian church, were guests of Mrs. L. M. WILLYS, Main street north, on Monday evening.
+ Howard TYNER of Canandaigua, who entered the officers training camp at Camp Sherman, Chillocothe, Oh., a few weeks ago, has been ordered to report at Pittsburgh, where he is to serve as a chemist in government work.
+ Miss CAMERON, superintendent of nurses at Memorial hospital, has been spending several days at Utica and Syracuse, where examinations for nurses have been held. Miss CAMERON is state examiner.
The Phelps Citizen Thursday Sept 5, 1918 by: Dianne Thomas
OBITUARY - Eliza BISHOP BELL - Mrs. Eliza A. BELL, wife of William BELL, who resides at the Cape, three miles northwest of this village, died suddenly of heart failure on Friday. She had gone from home in the morning, seemingly in the best of health and cheer, to do some shopping in Newark, an no one had occasion to anticipate any results out of the ordinary. She started for home driving her horse and buggy without the driver led to an investigation. By the side of the highway near the Daniel CASE farm on the Newark road, early in the afternoon, the body of Mrs. BELL was found by Clarence VANDERLYKE, who was one of the party who was sent out to find the missing woman. The general opinion obtained, sustained by the facts in the case, that Mrs. BELL had been stricken with heart failure and had fallen from the buggy, where her body was found. Dr. Ina BURT was called and stated that Mrs. BELL had been subject to heart trouble.
Mrs. BELL was the daughter of William and Eleanor BISHOP and was born in Manchester center on Oct 20, 1848, being in the 70th year of her age. She was married to William BELL in 1870 and is survived by her husband, a daughter, Mrs. H. W. CLARK of Chardon, O.; a son, Rev. William S. BELL, of Dayton, O.; her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth HOLBEN and six grandchildren.
Mrs. BELL was well known in the community and was highly respected by all. She was faithful to her home and family and ready to respond to the needs of others. The funeral was held from the home on Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. W.H. YORK officiating, and burial was in Gypsum.
Herbert C. FLOOD - After an illness of nearly three years, Herbert C. FLOOD at the family home northwest of Phelps on Tuesday, aged 58 years. Mr. FLOOD was born in Coldwater, Mich., on Feb 18, 1860, and for 35 years has been a resident of this town. He was a farmer by occupation, and for several years conducted a milk route in the village which he disposed of more than a year ago on account of ill health. He was married to Rosa E. CASE of Phelps in 1909, who survives him with four sons, Harold, Theodore, Charles and William; and four daughters, Laura, Eunice, Clara and Grace FLOOD. His mother, Mrs. Ruth PORTER, a half brother and two half sisters, Elsworth PORTER and Mrs. Margaret PETERSON, all of Clifton Springs, are survivors. The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon at the family home; his pastor, Rev. W. H. YORK, officiating. The burial was in Resthaven (cemetery).
* Cards of Thanks. We desire to express our appreciation of the kindly acts of our neighbors and friends in our bereavement . We especially wish to thank those who contributed the beautiful flowers and furnished automobiles for the funeral. Mrs. H. C. FLOOD and Family
Margaret RUBERY of this village, is executor of the will of her father, Michael SHERRY, who died at Oakmount Sanitarium, last month leaving property valued at upward of $300, all of which passes to the executor.
A family gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred MARSH last evening, in honor of their son Henry, who leaves for Camp Jackson, SC, today. Henry was presented with a wrist watch.
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, Feb 8, 1918 by: Dianne Thomas
EDGETT - The death of Frank A. EDGETT, occurred at his home on Catherine street on Friday evening, from Brights disease and pneumonia. He had been in failing health for some time and had been confined to the house for nine weeks. Deceased was born at Ferguson's Corners, 51 years ago. After coming to Canandaigua he was employed as attendant at Brigham Hall. About 20 years ago he became associated with the W. W. Wilcox grocery store and later with the Tracey & Parmele grocery firm. When taken ill, he was employed at the A. B. Parmele store. He was a well known and a citizen of the highest character, whose whole life was upright and honorable in all things. There survive his wife, Mrs. Ursula Tracey EDGETT and five sisters and a brother, Mrs. Lillie ALLEN and Mrs. Neva SCOTT, both of Ferguson's Corners; Mrs. Cora CHAPMAN of Reeds Corners; Mrs. Minnie LINK of Gorham; and Mrs. Mary SWEICKARD of Rochester and Clarence EDGETT of South Bristol. The funeral services were held at the home on Monday afternoon, Rev. C. Clarence BAKER, pastor of the Presbyterian church, of which deceased was an attendant, officiated. The Knights of the Maccabees, Tent No. 168, of which deceased was a member, attended the services. Interment was in Woodlawn.
WAS PIONEER BUSINESS WOMAN - Mrs. Amelia ACKLEY Passed Away (Feb 2nd) at the age of 90 Years - Was Oldest Church Member - Mrs. Amelia ACKLEY, on of the oldest residents of Canandaigua, passed away peacefully at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary A. PRUNER, Garden street, on Saturday, after an illness of four days. Death was due to general disability. Deceased was born in Birmingham, England, on September 21, 1827 and was the youngest of 13 children born to Alfred and Ann TIDMAN. She came to this country when 17 years of age and after a few weeks spent in New York City, journeyed over the Erie canal to Palmyra, where she was met by relatives, with whom she drove to Canandaigua. On September 3, 1849, she was married to Benjamin Harrison ACKLEY at St. John's church. Mr. ACKLEY was a member of the 126th Regiment (Co. K) and his death occurred in 1874, after a long period of invalidism. At his entrance into the war, Mrs. ACKLEY entered into active business life and was a pioneer business woman in Canandaigua. She was engaged n the selling of millinery for many years. Her industrial habits were ever manifest and on the Tuesday before her death she was 'doing her bit" by finishing two bed quilts of bright silk pieces, star design. Her mind was wonderfully active until the end. During her last days she was intensely interested in the world war, but had early expressed a which that she might not live to the suffering. She often prayed to see the soldiers of her country returning victorious from the the battlefields. Christianity, optimism, intense patriotism and love for her church endeared her to a large circle of friends. She was the oldest member of St. John's church, with which she was actively associated as long as she was able. The funeral services were held at the late home on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Herbert L. GAYLORD officiated. There survive, one daughter, Mrs. Mary A. PRUNER; one son, Henry H. ACKLEY of Rochester; six grandchildren and six great grandchildren. The remains were placed in the vault at Woodlawn.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
Friday February 22, 1918
Front Page, col 6 by: Ron Hanley
SIMMONS - The death of Mrs. Maria Pennell Simmons, widow of Dr. Elnathan W. Simmons, occurred at her home on Gibson Street, on Monday after a long illness. She was born in Bristol on March 8, 1830, and was a daughter of Horace and Lois Pennell.
There survive two sons, Charles R. Simmons, of Bristol, and Edward W. Simmons, of Canandaigua, one daughter, Mrs. Henry A. Beeman, of Canandaigua, a sister, Miss Elvira Pennell, of Canandaigua, and a brother, Edward Pennell, of Chicago, Ill. Rev. Herbert L. Gaylord officiated at the funeral services on Tuesday afternoon. The interment will be in West Avenue cemetery.
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday February 22, 1918 by: Dianne Thomas
FITZSIMMONS - The remains of Isabel Donovan FITZSIMMONS, aged four days, infant daughter of Robert J. and Sarah Donovan FITZSIMMONS, formerly of Canandaigua, were interred at Calvary cemetery, yesterday. Death occurred at New York City on Wednesday.
SMITHEM - The death of Ruth Vivian SMITHEM, aged 11 months, daughter of Albert E. and Hilda Brahm SMITHEM, occurred on Tuesday, following an illness of a complication of diseases. She leaves her parents. The funeral services were held from the home on Tillotson street yesterday afternoon, Rev. W. H. YARD officiated. Interment was in the Sand Hill Cemetery.
TUTTLE - The death of Ralph M. TUTTLE, occurred at Memorial hospital, on Saturday, following an operation for appendicitis. He was seven years old. There survive, his mother Mrs. Marie TUTTLE; on brother, Charles S. TUTTLE and his grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. STEELE, all of Canandaigua. The funeral services were held at the home on Gibson street on Monday. Rev. Herbert L. GAYLORD officiated. Interment was at Woodlawn.
ROSE - The death of George V. ROSE, formerly of Canandaigua, occurred at Rochester on Wednesday night. He leaves his widow and three daughters, Arlene, Luella and Eleanor ROSE; his mother, Mrs. Mary ROSE, and a brother, Norman ROSE. The funeral services will be held at 331 Columbia avenue.
LINDNER - Word was received here on Monday of the death of Andrew LINDNER, formerly of Canandaigua, at Los Angeles, Cal. Deceased was well known here. He leaves one brother, Dr. John LINDNER and two sisters, Miss Elizabeth LINDNER and Mrs. Helen RAINER, of Rochester. Interment will be at Canandaigua.
+ Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. EIGHMY, Pleasant street, entertained relatives on Saturday in honor of the birthday of their son, Frank H. EIGHMY.
+ Mr. & Mrs. Frank EIGHMY, Mason street, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Nelson BROWNELL at Buffalo.
+ Mrs. John J. MATTISON, Center street, who is in New York City on business, will today be joined by her daughter, Miss Marjorie MATTISON, a student at Vassar.
+ Hon. and Mrs. Harry I. DUNTON, West Gibson street, are entertaining Mrs. DUNTON'S mother, Mrs. M. S. FRINK, of Philadelphia, Pa.
+ Mrs. Charles ELWELL, of Middlesex, was an over Sunday guest of her brother, W. H. BRANDOW, and family, West Gibson street.
+ Mrs. George J. DENNISTON of Syracuse, entertained friends at the home of her mother, Mrs. George W. CLARKE, Main street north, on Wednesday evening.
+ J. Frank MC SHERRY has resigned as foreman of the Canandaigua Gas Light Company, to take a position in Buffalo. Mr. MC SHERRY will remove his family to Buffalo early in the spring.
+ Mrs. Maurice L. BENHAM, Dailey avenue, is visiting Mrs. Frank JOBES at Honeoye Falls.
+ Mrs. Flora WATSON, who had been visiting her brother, Z T. DARROW, Chapin street, returned yesterday to her home at Schuyler lake.
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua,
NY, Friday, March 1,
1918 by: Dianne
by: Dianne Thomas
SAWDEY - Lewis Elmer SAWDEE, aged 49 years, formerly of Canandaigua, died at Willard state hospital on Saturday. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Wright SAWDEY; two sons, Charles and Linus SAWDEY; one daughter, Mrs. Ethel RUMSEY, of Rochester, from where the funeral was held on Tuesday, and two sisters.
SHERBURNE – At Hopewell, Feb 22, 1918,
James B. SHERBURNE, aged 71 years.
Interment at Reeds Corners.
Mr. SHERBURNE died on Friday of heart trouble while with his
daughter, Mrs. COSTON. He
is survived by three daughters, Mrs. J. C. COSTON; Mrs. Edna JOHNSON
Rushville, and Mrs. A. K. HOKE of East Worcester; three sisters,
Fred BURGESS of Geneva; (cut off)
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua,
NY, Friday, March
1918 by: Dianne
by: Dianne Thomas
PARSHALL - The funeral service of Mrs. Sophia PARSHALL, aged 86 years, whose death occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marvin CORSER, at Geneva, on Saturday, were held on Sunday. Interment was in West avenue cemetery.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, Monroe, NY July 1, 1918 by: GSubyak@aol.com
TWO SERIOUSLY INJURED IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
Canandaigua - June 30 - Two people were seriously and perhaps fatally injured in an automobile accident, about four miles northwest of Canandaigua on the Rochester road, about noon to-day. Two of the injured, Mrs. Ida BALDWIN and her son, Samuel BALDWIN, are at the Thompson Memorial Hospital here and the other two injured. Mr. and Mrs. Frank BUNN, are at the residence of Barney SPIKE, No. 28 Bristol street here, cousins of the BUNN'S.
The party reside at Watkins and were on their way to Rochester where they expected to spend the night with Ernest BUNN, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank BUNN, who resides at No. 54 Westchester street, Rochester. Tomorrow the party expected to attend a funeral. They left Watkins this morning and after riding awhile BUNN took the wheel although he was not an experienced driver.
While turning out to meet another car, BUNN thought he was going to go too far to the right and turned the wheel rather sharply, swerving the light car to the left so quickly that the machine quickly rolled over to the right, pinning the occupants beneath it. One cause of the accident was that the two heaviest persons, it was said, were on the right side of the car and their weight helped to cause the machine to roll over.
Help was obtained and the injured were brought to Canandaigua as soon as possible, where their injuries were attended so far as possible at the present time. Frank BUNN, about 50, has a badly lacerated scalp and an arm and hip much bruised and skinned. His wife suffered severe bruising of the left side of the face, the skin being almost wiped off and the back of her left hand is almost skinless also. Her shoulder is almost bruised and perhaps more severely injured. Mrs. Ida BALDWIN, about 50, has a fractured shoulder blade and several ribs are torn loose from her spine, which may also be fractured or badly injured, it being impossible to ascertain as yet as she is suffering intensely. Samuel BALDWIN, 22, has a fractured skull with blood from his nose and mouth shortly after the accident. He also has a badly gouged and bruised left eye. Dr. H. C. BUELL attended the injured.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY Sat Sept 28, 1918 by: GSubyak@aol.com
Canandaigua, Sept. 27 - Harold
A. BENHAM, in the Rainbow Division in France, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milo BENHAM, of Chapin, has been promoted from corporal to
Howard PRUNER, of Canandaigua, has been promoted to a sergeancy at Camp McClellan, Ala.
Donald TOWNSEND, formerly of this city, has been commissioned a lieutenant, following a period of instruction at the Officers' Training School at Camp Hancock, Ga.
Corporal Levi CORSER has arrived overseas with the 830th Aero Squadron.
Private Earl BENDER, of Chapin street, has returned to Camp Dix after spending a short furlough at his home here.
A commission as second lieutenant in the artillery has been awarded to Atwood G. DeCOSTER, of Rochester and Vine Valley, on the east shore of Canandaigua lake, after a course of training in the Plattsburg camp which he completed September 16th.
Seaman Joseph TAYLOR, of the U.S.S. Seattle, has been spending a week's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter TAYLOR, of this city. He has already been to Spain on one trip on the Seattle.
Private John Joseph COWAN, of this city, a member of the 307th infantry, Company I., writing to relatives here, relates of having been left behind by his commander to care for a sick horse in a wood that had recently been filled with Huns. He remained in the wood four days caring for the sick animal. He says "if you think staying alone in a bug woods with a pile of ammunition on one side of you and a grave on the other is a lot of sport, try it some dark night." Private COWAN says also that the Germans will not fight man to man, but as soon as an American get near one, up goes his hands with a shout of "Kamerad."
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES October 2, 1918 by: Ron Hanley
CANANDAIGUA, in THE DRY COLUMN - Martin Muldoon, proprietor of the Imperial Hotel, has retired from its management, and will remove to Rochester. Thomas P. Flynn, owner of the property will conduct it as an eating and rooming house
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, Monroe, NY Tuesday Oct. 15, 1918 by: GSubyak@aol.com
MRS. CARRIE A. RAY
Canandaigua - Oct. 14 - The funeral of Mrs. Carrie A. RAY was held this afternoon from the Woodlawn cemetery chapel, with Rev. Herbert L. GAYLORD, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, officiating. Mrs. RAY was 66 years of age and died at a Toledo hospital Saturday, following an operation. She had resided recently at Coldwater, Mich., but formerly resided at Phelps, one son, Thomas RAY, now in the service; a daughter, Mrs. Edward PANGBURN, of Coldwater, and a sister, Mrs. John COE, of this city, survive.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, Monroe, NY Oct. 16, 1918 by: GSubyak@aol.com
CHARLES L. SMITH
Canandaigua - Oct. 15 - Information received here to-day states that Charles L. SMITH, of Cheshire, in the town of Canandaigua, five miles from this city, is dead at Key West, Fla. Particulars of the death have not been received. SMITH was 33 years of age, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. SMITH, of Cheshire, and was in the navy for twelve years prior to his death. He was a machinist on the Dolphin for some time past. He is survived by his parents and four brothers. Howard, Mather and William SMITH, all of Cheshire, and Arthur SMITH, now in France with the army.
MARSHALL E. HOLCOMB
Canandaigua - Oct 15 - The funeral of Marshall Elwood HOLCOMB, 15 months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. HOLCOMB, will be held from the family home in the Bristol road west of this city. Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Rev. (?) Clarence BAKER, Presbyterian minister, officiating. The child died yesterday. Burial will be made at Bristol.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
December 1918 by: Ron Hanley
CLARENCE B. PIERCE & GEORGE KENNETH PIERCE
The deaths of Clarence B. Pierce and only son, George Kenneth Pierce, cast a gloom throughout the vicinity and the bereaved family is receiving the sympathy of their many friends. Death was due to influenza.
Clarence Briggs Pierce passed away at Memorial Hospital on Friday night, following a weeks illness. He was born in Gorham, a son of George W. and Fannie Francis Pierce, April 19, 1890. He was married to Elva Bernice Bliss at Bristol on April 19, 1911.
George Kenneth Pierce was born on December 13, 1912. His death occurred on Sunday. He was a bright and lovable lad and gave great promise of growing to useful manhood. They had resided in South Bloomfield for two years.
Mr. (Clarence) Pierce leaves his widow, Mrs. Elva Bliss Pierce, of South Bloomfield, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Pierce, two brothers and four sisters, Irmin, Howard, Ruth and Marion Pierce , Mrs. George Conyne of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Earl Case of Rochester.
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday February 21, 1919 Front Page by: Dianne Thomas
PAUL - The death of Mrs. Mary E. PAUL, aged 55 years, of Canandaigua, occurred at Willard yesterday. The funeral arrangements had not been made.
ARNOLD - The death of Charles W. ARNOLD, aged 70 years, occurred at Canandaigua hospital on Saturday. Interment was at Naples.
COLLINS - The death of William COLLINS, aged 48 years, occurred at the Canandaigua hospital on Tuesday, following an illness of pneumonia. Interment was at West avenue cemetery.
PRITCHARD - Dorothy M. PRITCHARD, aged 5 months, the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Roy PRITCHARD, occurred at Rochester yesterday. Besides her parents she leaves two sisters, Maxine and Verlina and one brother, Ernest. The funeral services will be held at Woodlawn chapel tomorrow morning at 11o'clock, Rev. C. C. BAKER will officiate. Interment will be at Woodlawn.
MC KAY - The death of Mrs. Richard MC KAY, aged 66 years, west lake road, occurred at Memorial hospital on Tuesday, following a long illness. She leaves besides her husband, one son, Edward G. MC KAY of Canandaigua; four sisters, Mrs. Michael FOLEY, Mrs. Michael DOYLE, Mrs. Bernard MEATH of Canandaigua and Mrs. Norman MARGARET of Rochester; and four brothers, Dennis FINNERTY of Canandaigua; Matthew FINNERTY of Rochester; Patrick FINNERTY of Buffalo, and John FINNERTY of Seattle, Wash. Funeral services were held at St. Mary's church yesterday. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery.
MORSE - The death of Mrs. Mary M. A. Clark MORSE, aged 80 years, occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. A. ROBBINS, at Palmyra, on Monday. She had been visiting there about a week. Deceased was the daughter of Eldad CLARK, a cabinet maker, who formerly owned the property on south corner of Foster street. She had been married four times, her last husband being James MORSE, who died several years ago. The funeral services were held at St. John's church, of which she was a member, on Wednesday, Rev. Herbert L. GAYLORD officiated. Interment was at West avenue cemetery.
GINTHER - Peter GINTHER, aged 83 years, died at his home in Cheshire on Wednesday morning of general debility. He was born in Hesse, Germany, coming to this country with his parents when about 10 years of age. (rest is cut off)
Double services were held for Miss Minnie VanTroost and Miss Helen Burke, who were also killed in the accident, at St. Mary's Church on Saturday morning. At the same time the services of Lawrence Cortwright, of Shortsville, another member of the auto party, were held at St. Dominick's church in Shortsville. The remains of the young man were taken to Meshoppen, Pa., for interment.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday March 21, 1919 col 4 by: Ron Hanley
Mrs. Carrie Scanling
O'REILLY, wife of Charles F. O'REILLY,
Chapel street, passed away this morning, following a short illness of
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
March 28, 1919 Pg 5, col 3
by: Ron Hanley
DIED O'REILLY At Canandaigua, March 21, 1919, Mrs. Carrie Scantlin O'Reilly.
SAME PAPER col 2
O'REILLY - The funeral of Mrs. Carrie Scantlin O'Reilly, aged 31 years, wife of Charles O'Reilly, who died last week Friday morning at Memorial hospital, were held at St. Mary's church on Monday morning. Besides her husband she leaves three children, Thomas, Genevieve and Mildred O'Reilly, of Canandaigua, and three brothers, Thomas, John and Daniel Scantlin of Rochester. Interment was in Calvary cemetery.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL March 28, 1919 Pg 5, col 3
DIED FERRIN At North Bloomfield, March 20, 1919, Harrison Ferrin, aged 79 years.
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