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The Victor Herald, Victor, NY         Friday,      March 11, 1927                     by:  Dianne Thomas

+  The residence of the late Frank H. HAMLIN, in Canandaigua, was slightly damaged Monday, by fire, which broke out in oils and paints left by workmen who are redecorating the house.  The property was recently purchased by J. M. STEVENSON of Rochester. 

+  For the second time in a few days the New York Central station in Canandaigua caught fire, Saturday.  Passengers in the waiting room noticed smoke arising from the boards of the floor and notified railroad employees who promptly entered the cellar, where they found a small fire.  The origin of the fire was not known, but it is said some partly burned matches were found in the basement, which led the railroad men to believe that fire may have been on incendiary origin. 

 THE VICTOR HERALD     Friday      March 11, 1927       Pg 2, col  5       by: Ron Hanley
ONTARIO  COUNTY -  Byron H. Quick of Canandaigua, Civil War veteran, celebrated his 91st birthday anniversary on March 5th.  Mr. Quick retains his faculties, is interested in topics of the day, and reads without glasses. Although he is not well enough to be out of doors, he is able to get about the house.

ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES     Wednesday       March 16, 1927      Pg 5, col  5          by: Ron Hanley
Charles F. Handrahan, the well known highway engineer, whose struggle against baffling illness has been followed with anxious
interest by many Canandaigua friends, died at the hospital Thursday evening, all means to sustain his failing strength being unavailing.
Mr. Handrahan had been a resident of Canandaigua for more than twenty years, and for sixteen years he had been an assistant engineer in the service of the highway department in charge of maintenance work on the state highways in this county. He was a native of Waltham, Mass., and was 53 years of age.
Mr. Handrahan leaves his wife and two sons, Charles F. Handrahan, Jr., and Richard Handrahan of this city, a sister and five
brothers, Mrs. J. Raymond Hurley and John Handrahan of this city, Frank, Joseph and Daniel Handrahan of Waltham, Mass., and Thomas Handrahan of Schenectady.
Funeral services were held from the home in Greig Terrace Saturday afternoon, Rev. George E. Finlay of the Baptist church
officiating. The body was taken to Waltham, Mass., for interment.

Democrat & Chronicle  Rochester, Monroe, NY        Fri,   Apr 1, 1927                 by: GSubyak@aol.com    

JONES - Mrs. Jennie JONES, aged 84, of Canandaigua, passed away at the home of her son, Charles L. JONES, No. 306 Marlborough road, Rochester, N. Y. She is  survived by her son, Charles L. JONES; a granddaughter, Clara BEISHEIM; a grandson, Franklin JONES, and one great-grandson.  Prayer service from the home at No. 306 Marlborough road, Saturday morning, April 2, 1927, at 10 o'clock. Funeral service from the home of Mrs.  Lydia M. WILLYS, of No. 257 Main street north, Canandaigua, N. Y., at 2 o'clock same day.  

 CANANDAIGUA DAILY MESSENGER         MONDAY     April 18, 1927       by: Ron Hanley
Former Canandaiguan Seriously Hurt
Information was received here today of the serious injury of Miss Molly Gillespie, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Gillespie, of
Rochester, formerly of Canandaigua, is at Rochester General Hospital.   Miss Gillespie is said to have stepped from the curb in East Main
Street early yesterday morning when she was struck by an automobile, the rear wheel passing over her legs.

 CANANDAIGUA DAILY MESSENGER       Wednesday     April 20, 1927             by: Ron Hanley
Arthur Flood, who completed a three and a half year enlistment in the United States Navy in February and has held a position in New York
City, spent Easter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Flood in Granger Street.  He has now taken a position in Rochester. His sisters, Misses
Elizabeth and Jane Flood of Newark, also spent Easter at their home.

CANANDAIGUA DAILY MESSENGER  Friday  April 23, 1937     by: Ron Hanley  
Grocery Gifts  -   Mrs. William T. Boyles, of Park Avenue, was awarded the snow drop cake, for having the child nearest one year old, whose birthday anniversary occurred today.    Four 24 pound sacks of Hescker's flour went to Mrs. R. C. VanDenbergh, of Bristol Street, Mrs. John Stemple, of  Bristol Street, Mrs. John Nonahan, of North Main Street, and Mrs. Anna Wells, of North Avenue.

CANANDAIGUA DAILY MESSENGER  Monday  April 25, 1927     by: Ron Hanley  
 Mortuary Records  -   Mrs. Alice Cowan McCormack, aged 70 years, died unexpectedly at her home in South Main Street this morning after a brief illness.  She leaves her husband, William J. McCormack and one brother, Peter Cowan of this city.
Funeral services will be held from St. Mary's Church Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery.

ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES     Wednesday         April 27, 1927    Pg 5, col 3       by: Ron Hanley
Paterson - Welch  -  The marriage of Miss Beatrice Lamoine Paterson and William Harris Welch, only son of Mrs. William H. Welch, took place at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Charles F. Handrahan, Greig Terrace, on Saturday evening, Rev. George E. Finlay, pastor of the Baptist church, performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families.
The bride wore a gown of white crepe backed satin, with a veil of duchess lace, arranged with a coronet of rose point lace caught with orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley.
Her sister, Miss Ruth Paterson, who was bridesmaid, wore yellow georgette of orchid and pink sweet peas. Roland F. Cribb attended the groom. Miss Catherine E. Welch, sister of the groom, played the wedding march.
A profusion of palms, ferns and spring flowers was used throughout the rooms with candles for illumination. A buffet lunch was
served following the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Welch left for a short wedding trip after which they will reside in Gibson Street. The bride's traveling costume was an
ensemble suit of black and white canton crepe with a hat of Channel red.
Mr. Welch, who is a grandson of the late Senator John Raines, is a veteran of the World War, having seen active service with the 27th Division. He is now a member of the Welch and Raines Oil company of this city. His bride is a daughter of the late Robert D. Paterson, and has been a member of the Lisk office force for some years.

ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE  Sunday  May 29, 1927   by: Ron Hanley
In an effort to dispose of my property in this city and move to Buffalo, I am offering for sale my Cigar, Candy and Sporting Goods Store at 59 Main Street  South, Canandaigua, and my recently remodeled residence at 55 (could be 35) Gorham Street. These properties will be sold together at a price that should move them at once.
The store is ideally located and enjoys an ever increasing patronage. New wall and show cases were recently installed and the entire store made modern in every respect. The house consists of a two family Boston flat, 8 rooms up and 7 down, conveniently located in one of the best residential sections.  Just a few minutes walk from the business section, and has every modern convenience,  including well equipped bathrooms, electric lights, gas for cooking, electric refrigeration, coal or oil  burning vacuum heat, hardwood floors in every room, year round sleeping porches, clothes closets, in fact, everything for convenience and comfort.
Business will not be sold unless house goes with it, but house may be purchased separately. If interested in this money making proposition, investigate it at once.
59 Main Street South, Canandaigua, NY

Ontario Co. Times, Canandaigua, NY    Wed,    June 1, 1927               by:  Dianne Thomas

+  ROBIN - (cut off) was married to Mr. Marshall D. ROBLIN of Belleville, who predeceased her 40 years ago.  Mrs. ROBIN was not only the oldest but one of the most highly esteemed members of Bridge Street church, Belleville.  She succeeded Mrs. Nathan JONES as leader of the Ladies Class, which position she held for 30 years.  She was actively interested in the work of the church and almost to the end of her life, was a regular attendant at Sunday and week night services.  The interment took place at Picton, Canada.     

George MAYER, 67 years of age, committed suicide Thursday afternoon by hanging himself with a from from the headboard of his bead at this home at 81 Foster street.  Police report that the lifeless body was found by Mrs. Mary FRICKENSTEIN, his daughter, who resided with him, on her return from work at 5 o'clock, that afternoon.  Dr. H. R. BARRINGER viewed the remains and issued a verdict of death by hanging  The dead man had been in ill health and had been unable to work for a couple of years past.  Besides the daughter, the deceased is survived by one son, Franklin MAYER of Granite Springs.  The funeral was held form the residence Saturday afternoon, Rev. H. E. FINLAY officiating.  Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.  

+  Almshouse Opening, June 15th - the formal opening of new County Almshouse, which was postponed to the 15th of this month on account of the building not having been completed.  If the contractor is held to the forfeit of $60 a day from March 1st until the opening day, the county will have no inconsiderable sum returned to its treasury.  It is expected that the opening the Board of Supervisors will inspect the building and that it will then be opened for a day for inspection by the public.

Isaac WEISENBECK ,the popular clothing merchant and entertainer is at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium for treatment.  It is reported that he is improving. 

Miss Mary J. VOAK, district secretary of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society, spoke at the Aloquin church on Sunday morning in the interests of the thank offering for the society. 

Miss Gladys POOL, a student at Brockport Normal, and a classmate, Miss Evelyn RICH of Brockport, were weekend guests at the home of Miss POOL'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy POOL of the Macedon road.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Wallace JONES and daughter, Barbara Louise, of Auburn, were weekend guests of Mrs. JONES' mother, Mrs. Bertha F. SMITH, Sly street, and Mr. JONES' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank JONES, Howell street.

Mr. and Mrs. Harmon WARNER of Cobleskill are with Dr. and Mrs. A. W. ARMSTRONG, Main street north.  Their daughter, Miss Mildred WARNER, will be graduated with the 1927 class of the Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses, this evening.

+  Grand Knight, P. Howard MEATH and past Grand, F. H. MC ELWEE, accompanied by William KOEHLER and John MOONEY, motored last week to New York city, where Mr. MEATH and Mr. MC ELWEE were delegates at the Sate convention of the Knights of Columbus.

Rev. George E. FINLAY is attending the Northern Baptist convention in session in Chicago from May 31 to June 5, as a delegate from the local Baptist church.  Mr. FINLAY will spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James FINLAY, at Battle Creek, Mich., before returning home. 

+  Midshipman, John H. CROSS, son of Mr. and Mrs. John CROSS of the Macedon road, will be graduated from the US Naval Academy at Annapolis this week.  He is a former graduate of Canandaigua Academy.  Members of the family are attending the graduation exercises.

+  Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Frances Preston BECKLEY, daughter of Mrs. Howard KLING of park avenue, Rochester and Mr. Lewis W. SUTHERLAND, son of Mr. and Mrs. Acey W. SUTHERLAND of Canandaigua, to take place at Newark, NY, at the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. Charles Reeves CLARK, on Thursday, June 16. 

THE ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES     Wednesday,      June 1, 1927        Pg 5, col  4     by: Ron Hanley
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Wolverton and daughter, Anne, have returned to their home on the west lake shore after spending the winter at the home of Mrs. H. B. Beutelspar, Howell Street. Their daughter, Julia, and Miss Hazel Wolverton will remain here until the close of school.

Ontario County Times, Canandaigua, NY    Wednesday        June 8, 1927        Pg 4       by:  Dianne Thomas

+  DIETZ MUST AT LAST STAND TRIAL -  John F. DIETZ of this city, former New York Central fireman, must stand trial for the second time on a charge of burglary and grand larceny in county court here next Monday.  Two years ago DIETZ was convicted here of the theft of a barrel of whiskey from a New York Central freight car, and sentenced to serve a substantial prison term in Auburn state prison. His appeal for a new trial on a technical point was granted by the Appellate Division. District Attorney N. D. LAPHAM, then carried the case to the Court of Appeals, which affirmed the decision of the Appellate Division. During all this time DIETZ has been at liberty on bail.

John M. MARINER, 43, of Canandaigua, pleaded guilty to burglary, third degree, and grand larceny for the theft of chickens from an East Bloomfield farmer last December.  MARINER admitted two previous convictions for the same crime.  He will be sentenced Thursday.

William SPENCER, 33, automobile salesman of Avon, pleaded guilty to grand larceny, second degree, for passing a worthless check for $1,631 on the Shannon Motor company of Geneva.  He said he had previously been convicted of the same offense.  Sentence will be passed in his case on Thursday. 

Judge FITCH consented to dismiss an indictment for grand larceny in the case of George W. DOYLE, Canandaigua salesman for the Young-Maytag company in Elmira.  District Attorney LAPHAM told the court he had learned that at the time evidence against DOYLE was presented to the grand jury, he had forwarded to the Elmira firm, $74, he was accused of having appropriated for his own use.

+  The case of Doninick CIOCCI of Canandaigua, charged with a statutory offense, was dismissed for lack of evidence yesterday after the prosecution had presented its case.

+  The jury in the case of Henry "Snag" REYNOLDS, charged with assault on a woman, returned a verdict of guilty at midnight last night.  It is charged that this is the fourth conviction for REYNOLDS for a felony and that it makes it compulsory that he be sentenced to prison for life under the Baumes criminal law.  

ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES       Wednesday      June 22, 1927     Pg 5, col 5     by: Ron Hanley

+  Miss Imogene Marks, Gibson street, has taken a position in the Morrell photographic studio in Rochester, where she will engage in the painting of medallions and miniatures, assuming her duties Monday morning. 

+  Miss Hazel Wolverton and little niece, Julia Wolverton, removed the last of the week from Mrs. Beutelspar's residence in Howell street, to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Wolverton, west lake road.

Mr. and Mrs. George A. NICHOLSON and son, H. Reese NICHOLSON, east lake road, were in Hornell on Saturday to attend the 35th annual reunion of the NICHOLSON family.  They spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn NICHOLSON of Buena Vista.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon LEWIS and son, James, will attend the wedding of Mrs. LEWIS' niece, Miss Jean STORY of Naples and Austin TAIT of Rochester, which will take place Saturday evening in the First Presbyterian church, Rochester.

Miss Virginia TYLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. TYLER, Gibson street, and Charles Rose MELLON of Geneva, will be married at St. John's church on Saturday afternoon, July 2, Rev. H. L. GAYLORD, assisted by Archdeacon C. H. MELLON of New York, uncle of the groom, will perform the ceremony.  A wedding dinner will be served to members of the family and a few intimate friends at The Canandaigua, following the ceremony.

+ Mrs. Burton BLACK - Mrs. Daisy Jopson BLACK, aged 51 years, wife of Burton BLACK, died at her home in East Rochester on Friday, after a long illness.  She was the daughter of the late Mark and Hannah Appleton JOPSON of Canandaigua.  Besides her husband, she is survived by two brothers, Raymond JOPSON of East Rochester and Herbert JOPSON of Canandaigua; her step-mother, Mrs. Elizabeth JOPSON and a half sister and brother, Mrs. Earl STANLEY and George JOPSON all of Canandaigua.  Funeral services were held from the home on Sunday, with interment in Pittsford.


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Gourlay -  Gifford -  Miss Orrene Relief Gourlay and Robert Leslie Gifford of Canandaigua, were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Gourlay, at Victor on Wednesday afternoon. Rev. S. S. Pratt performed the ceremony in the presence of seventy guests.  The bride was gowned in white flat crepe, with tulle veil arranged in Spanish comb effect and caught with a bandeau of pearls and lilies of the valley. She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley.
 Her bridesmaid was her sister, Miss Ethel Gourlay, who wore yellow georgette crepe with matching accessories and carried a large
bouquet of yellow roses. LaVerne Darling of Geneva was best man. Mrs. Eli Gourlay of Victor, aunt of the bride, played the wedding marches.
Following the ceremony the bridal party received the guests, after which dinner was served, associates of the bride on the Memorial
Hospital staff assisting in the serving as follows: Misses Mary Graham, Helen Dannahe, Grace Boatfeldt, Catherine Steffon and Lillian Freed and Mrs. George Kimble. Mrs. Fred Higinbotham of Victor was caterer. A color scheme of pink and yellow was used throughout the house and for the tables with quantities of roses, peonies, daisies and other flowers.
 The bride wore for her going away, a costume of tan with accessories to match. She is a graduate of the Memorial Hospital Nurses
Training School, class of 1918, and has been assistant superintendent at that institution for the past seven years, displaying in the position exceptional competency and faithfulness and winning the affection of all associated with her in the administration and patients as well. After a month's vacation Mrs. Gifford will resume her duties at the hospital. 
Mr. Gifford is a son of Mrs. Charles Gifford of Granger street, this city, and is employed at the Lehigh Valley railroad transfer station at Manchester.   Following a two week's wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Gifford will reside on the groom's farm on the Norris road, Canandaigua.
Numerous prenuptial affairs were given for Mrs. Gifford, including a variety shower and bridge by Mrs. George Urstadt and Miss
Alice Kincaid at the home of Mrs. Urstadt, a dinner at Wenna Kenna tea room by Mrs. George McG. Hayes, followed by bridge at her home, a bridge by Memorial hospital supervisors, a party at the Lodge by members of the graduating class, and a kitchen shower and bridge by her sisters, Mrs. Dale C. Lester and Miss Ethel Gourlay, at the home of Mrs. Lester.


 Bliss - Purdy -  The marriage of Miss Helen Louise Bliss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Bliss of the Hickox road, and John Johnson Purdy of Canandaigua, took place at the home of the bride's parents last Wednesday evening. Rev. Myron Wilder of Perry Center, cousin of the bride, performed the ceremony in the presence of 120 relatives and friends. The bride who was attended by her sister, Miss Ruth Bliss, wore a gown of heavy white Japanese silk, with a tulle veil arranged in cap fashion, caught with lace and orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. 
Miss Bliss wore shell pink georgette crepe and carried white roses. Stuart Purdy, cousin of the groom, was best man. Margaret Bliss of Shortsville and Alton Bliss were ribbon bearers. Benjamin Brockelbank played the wedding marches.  Following a reception dinner was served, covers for fourteen being laid at the bride's table, which was centered with the bridal bouquet and lighted with pink candles. Cousins of the bride and groom served.  After a motor trip to New York and return through the
Berkshires and Adirondacks, Mr. and Mrs. Purdy will reside on the groom's farm on the New Michigan road. The bride wore a traveling costume of midnight blue with hat of rose blush and tan accessories. She is a graduate of Canandaigua Academy and has taught for three years in District No. 6 school of Bristol.


Bailey - Wade -  Miss Grace A. Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bailey of Victor, and Edward Joseph Wade, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wade of this city, were married at St. Mary's rectory yesterday morning. Rev. Joseph Guilfoil performed the ceremony and attendants were Miss Anna L. Bailey of Rochester and George Wade of Canandaigua.  After a trip through eastern Pennsylvania Mr. and Mrs. Wade will reside in this city.

Ontario Co. Times, Canandaigua, NY      Wed,              June 22, 1927                by:  Dianne Thomas

VALE - MURPHY - Miss Louise Mary VALE, daughter of Mrs. Emelie VALE of Canandaigua and Bernard Leo MURPHY of Ontario, were married at St. Mary's church yesterday morning,  Rev. Joseph GUILFOIL performing the ceremony.  The bride wore a gown of white georgette crepe with tulle veil arranged in cap effect and caught with orange blossoms.  She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses. Her bridesmaid was her sister, Miss Agnes VALE, who wore pink georgette with picture hat to correspond and carried an arm bouquet of pink snapdragons.  Vincent MURPHY of Ontario, brother of the groom, was best man and the ushers were Frederick VALE of Canandaigua and Merton MURPHY of Ontario, brothers of the bride and groom.

A reception wedding breakfast was held at the home of the bride's mother on the Bloomfield road following the ceremony, a color scheme of pink and white being used.  

Mr. and Mrs.. MURPHY left for an eastern motor trip after which they will reside on the groom's farm at Ontario.  The bride wore a traveling costume of dark blue, with gray accessories.  she is a graduate of Canandaigua Academy, class of 1921 and of Brockport Normal, class of 1924.  


WOODS - SMITH - The marriage of Mrs. Emily WOODS and Walter Travis SMITH, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. SMITH of this city,, too place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles HOLMAN, at Hilton on Saturday evening. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. George KLEGAN of Rochester. After July 1st, Mr. and Mrs. SMITH will reside in the Parshall apartment, Bristol street.  

Victor Herald, Victor, NY,   Friday,   July 1, 1927           by:  Dianne Thomas

Henry Clay BEEMAN, for 27 years, chief of police in Canandaigua, died June 24th, aged 79 years.  

Rita Florence, 19 month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles CLIDE of Bristol Valley, was drowned Sunday, when she fell into a small creek near the family home. 

+  Hurriedly throwing a pan of blazing grease out of a door of her home, Mrs. Clark FRANTZ of Geneva failed to notice that her daughter, Anna, three years old, was approaching the door.  The child is recovering from severe burns on her legs. 

ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES    Wednesday    July 6, 1927  Pg 4, col  2   by: Ron Hanley  

William R. Conyne The funeral of William R., eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conyne, of Rochester, formerly of this city, was held from Woodlawn chapel Friday afternoon, Rev. George E. Finlay officiating.  The youth died at the General Hospital in Rochester on Wednesday following a long illness from spinal meningitis, which developed after an operation performed for mastoid trouble.  The deceased leaves his parents and one brother, Alfred, and his grandparents, Mrs. Simons and Mr. and Mrs. Conyne.

Mr. and Mrs. Conyne are well known here, as Mrs. Conyne is the daughter of Mrs. and the late Ralph M. Simmons. Mr. Conyne is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Conyne of this city and is physical instructor of Madison Junior High school in Rochester. Previously he held the same position at West High school in that city. Some years ago Mr. Conyne was employed as swimming instructor at the swimming school in Canandaigua.

Ontario County Times, Canandaigua, NY,   Wednesday   July 6, 1927   Pg 4    by:  Dianne Thomas

Mrs. Warren S. CORSER - Mrs. Eliza R. CORSER, wife of Warren S. CORSER, died at her home in Park street early Monday morning after an illness of several months.  She was the daughter of Daniel and Miranda THRASHER and was born in Macedon, 53 years ago.  Besides her husband, Mrs. CORSER is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Henry STRASSNER of Rochester; a grand daughter, Miss Mildred CORSER of this city and four grandsons, Derwood, Ralph, Warren and Howard STRASSNER of Rochester; three sisters, Mrs. Charles GILBERT of West Bloomfield, Mrs. Carrie MORROW of Canandaigua and Mrs. Ida MC KENZIE of Auburn, MA and two brothers, S. H. THRASHER, Ann Arbor, MI and A. L. THRASHER of Burr Oak, MI.  Funeral services will be held at the home tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Rev. G. E. FINLAY officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. 

BIDWELL - Native of Milo - Mr. BIDWELL was born in Milo, December 8, 1861, son of Rev. Stillman and Jeanette Bennett BIDWELL, his father being pastor of the Baptist church.  On June 25, 1883, he was married to Miss Mary Ellen BROWN of Shortsville, where for many years, he conducted a successful general merchandise business.  About 20 years ago, Mr. BIDWELL moved to Rochester where he engaged in the manufacture of sprayer pumps until his retirement several years ago.  Besides his wife, the deceased leaves one daughter, Miss Cornelia BIDWELL, who has been traveling in Europe for two months with Mrs. Alexander DAVISON and Misses Ethel and Alexandria DAVIDSON of this city and who sales Saturday, on the return trip.  He also leaves a sister and brother, Miss Jennie BIDWELL and Albert BIDWELL of Syracuse.  It is stated that the gasoline tank which blew up had been empty for many months.  It is reported that Mr. TOZER is improving from his injuries.

WHEELER - O'NEILL - Miss Virginia S. O'NEILL, daughter of Mrs. Susie O'NEILL of Naples and Merle S. WHEELER, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin WHEELER of Canandaigua, were united in marriage Thursday evening at the Baptist parsonage in this city by Rev. George E. FINLAY.  Only immediate relatives were present.  The bride, who was attended by Miss Frances WHEELER of Canandaigua, cousin to the groom, wore a gown of white georgette and lace over satin with a picture hat to correspond.  She carried a shower bouquet of pink and white roses.  Milton HALL, cousin of the groom, was best man.  Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. WHEELER left for a western trip, after which they will reside in Cheshire.  The bride's traveling costume was dark blue with tan accessories.  She is a graduate of Canandaigua Academy, class of 1923 and of Geneseo Normal, 1926, after which she taught a year in Victor.  The groom is also a graduate of Canandaigua Academy.  

ROSSOLO - GUCHARDO - Miss Susie GURCHARDO, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul GURCHARDO, and John ROSSOLO, also of Canandaigua, were married at St. Mary's church on Thursday.  The nuptial mass was celebrated by Rev. Joseph GUILFOIL.  Miss Katryn FARRELL, the church organist, rendered the wedding music.  Miss Josephine GUCHARDO, a sister, attended the bride, and Frank MARIFLIOTI of this city, was groomsman.  After a motor trip to New York City, Mr. and Mrs. ROSSOLO will reside (cut off)

THE ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES      July 13, 1927    Pg 4, col  2          by: Ron Hanley  
JOHN  F.  DIETZ  NOW  ON  TRIAL -  Charged With Theft of a Barrel of Whiskey
The case of John F. Dietz, which was started in County Court here, Monday, before Judge Gilbert J. Baker of Yates county, who is presiding in the absence of Ontario County Judge Horace W. Fitch from town, entered upon its third day this morning, and will probably continue for several days.
Gay Fritz and Edward Walsh were called by the prosecution this morning and John Connolly, the state's star witness is now on the stand.  John F. Dietz is charged with burglary and grand larceny for the alleged theft of a barrel of whiskey from a freight car in the local yards, December 15, 1924.
This is the second trial of the case. On March 1, 1925, in County Court here, Dietz was convicted of cat burglary, and whiskey
theft, being sentenced to Auburn prison by Judge Horace W. Fitch. On an appeal to the Appellate Division the conviction and judgment were reversed on a technical point and he was granted a new trial. District Attorney Lapham took the case to the Court of Appeals, which affirmed the decision of the lower court.
District Attorney Nathan D. Lapham is prosecuting attorney and Robert J. Shanahan of Syracuse is attorney for the defendant.
It took all day Monday, until 4:30 P. M., to secure the jury, which is made up as follows: Julian and Sherwood Fish of Farmington,
Celsus Depew of Gorham, William G. Wood and Arthur Hornsby of Manchester, A. R. Tobey of East Bloomfield, Spencer Crouch and Lee Colton of Geneva, Thomas Kennedy of Bristol, Edwin Holmes of West Bloomfield, Henry Loss of South Bristol and Chauncey E. Rogers of Canandaigua.
Yesterday was mostly taken up with examining the preliminary witnesses and reintroducing evidence taken at the first trial.
Stipulations regarding the shipment of the barrel of whiskey from a government distillery at Baltimore to Fred S. Saur, a druggist at
Herkimer, N. Y., were read into the case. The whiskey was obtained from the distillery through a federal permit, it was pointed out.
Witnesses called yesterday included Fred H. Holloway, Harry J. Cassidy of Rochester, general yard master at the time of the alleged offense, Michael J. Bergin, New York Central yard foreman, and Thomas J. Riley and John J. Vogt, employed in the local yard offices.

Ontario County Times, Canandaigua, NY,   Wednesday   July 13, 1927   Pg 4    by:  Dianne Thomas

Troopers Arrest Liquor Transporter - Seize Donald GALVIN after Motor Smash Friday - GALVIN in Hospital

Donald GALVIN, who gave his age as 33 years and his home as Garson street, Buffalo, is in the Memorial hospital with deep cuts in his forehead and one arm.  He is also constantly guarded by a Deputy Sheriff.  GALVIN received his injuries Friday night in East Bloomfield, when his car smashed into the car of George ALGER of Honeoye, who was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Violet ALGER.  Neither person in the ALGER car was hurt and their car only slightly damaged, but GALVIN'S car was demolished.

State Troopers FOX and MENZEL, who soon appeared at the scene, apprehended GALVIN for driving while intoxicated.  They then searched his car and found, it is reported, 120 pints and 12 quarts of intoxicating liquor in cases marked Canadian Whiskey.   They also found a set of Massachusetts motor license plates in the car, and are investigating to see if that discovery is of any significance.  GALVIN was brought to the hospital by the troopers.  

The gash in GALVIN'S head was seven inches in length and in his arm, four inches.  Before being brought to the hospital he was taken by the troopers to Dr. H. W. REILLY at East Bloomfield, who dressed the injuries.

A $2,000 bail bond was put up for GALVIN by Buffalo parties yesterday and the guard removed from his room by the sheriff's order.  GALVIN is held for the next session of Federal Grand Jury. 

Ontario Co. Times, Canandaigua, NY     Wed,     Aug 31, 1927                 by:  Dianne Thomas

Many Hurt in Auto Accidents - Over Weekend - Sunday Afternoon Rains made Roads Slippery -  Eleven people were hurt in automobile accidents in this vicinity over the weekend.  A slow falling rain Sunday afternoon made the roads slippery and this doubtless contributed greatly to the increase of accidents over the usual number for a like period. 

Mrs. Charles FREED, Fort Hill avenue, received cuts and bruises about the head and face and shock; her daughter, Miss Lillian, received lesser cuts and bruises and Mrs. FREED'S brother, Benjamin MOORE, was bruised when the car Mr. MOORE was driving with them as passengers, overturned Sunday night on Centerfield Hill.  Mr. MOORE reported he had to jam on his brakes to avoid striking a horse drawn vehicle on which there was no light and as a consequence, on the slippery road, his car overturned.


Mr. and Mrs. Melvin HATHAWAY of West Bloomfield and two children, were shaken up and bruised when the care in which they were riding, driven by Fred HATHAWAY, was in collision with a truck owned by Salami SALAMIE of Buffalo on the hill near Centerfield.  

Fred HATHAWAY works the KNAPP farm near that place.  It was first reported that HATHAWAY was to blame and that he had been arrested.  Knapp & Henry, who have been retained by HATHAWAY to bring suit for damages against SALAMIE, state that SALAMIE'S truck had been backed part way down the hill and left in the road in such a way that HATHAWAY coming over the hill, could not avoid striking it. 

Several colored persons were injured and received treatment after the car in which they were riding was in collision with another car, on the Palmyra road, Saturday night.

 ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES      Wednesday     August 31, 1927      Pg 4, col 3    by: Ron Hanley  
 Was the Husband of a Canandaigua Girl
Judson H. Pratt, 28 years of age, of Brooklyn, a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Brockelbank, Howell Street, this city, was shot and instantly killed Saturday morning in East Fifty-Second street, New York city, about 150 feet from a construction job, where he was to pay off some employees of the J. H. Rhoades company, for whom he was paymaster.   The body was found about eleven o'clock in the Bronx in his car. The investigation that followed showed that he had been shot in the head, and the $4,700 pay roll was missing. Patrolman Daniel J. Graham, Jr., has been arrested on the charge of committing the crime.
The story as given out by the police was in effect that Graham, who for some time had been appointed to accompany Mr. Pratt on his trips, had sent in word Monday that he was ill, and again Saturday morning he had phoned in that he could not accompany Pratt. The police allege they have witnesses who saw Graham meet Pratt near the construction, and the conclusion is that after shooting him, he pushed the body aside and got in the car and drove away and that after leaving the car with the body in it in the Bronx, he went down town and purchased a new car and drove to Coney Island where he indulged in a night of debauchery, spending money lavishly. When arrested in front of his home the next morning he was in an intoxicated condition. Graham
denied he had committed the crime and said he had been to Albany where he had secured a large legacy left by an aunt, but his parents deny that he had an aunt in Albany.

Immediately upon receiving word of the death of her son-in-law, Mrs. Brockelbank left by fast train for New York. The funeral services were held at the home of Mr. Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Pratt, in Brooklyn, and the body was brought to Canandaigua, this morning, and after services in Woodlawn chapel the remains were interred in the cemetery. 

Mr. Pratt was a frequent visitor in Canandaigua and vicinity several years ago, coming here to visit relatives of his mother, whose

maiden name was Hewitt, in Rushville. He was well acquainted with the young people of the summer colonies on the east lake shore. Five years ago he was married to Miss Margaret Brockelbank, and they went to Brooklyn to reside. Besides his parents and his wife he is survived by one sister.

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL     Friday      June 15, 1928       Pg  5, col 4      by: Ron Hanley
CONYNE -  Funeral services for Myron H. Conyne aged 82 years, whose death occurred at Memorial Hospital on Sunday, after a long period of ill health, were held at the home of his son, Dr. George Conyne, Bristol Street, on Tuesday afternoon.  Rev. George E. Finlay officiated and interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. 
Mr. Conyne was born in Lowville, and had resided in Canandaigua for 42 years. He was a stem fitter and plumber by trade.
There survives his wife, Susan Scutt Conyne, and three sons, Roy and Ray Conyne of Rochester, and Dr. George Conyne, of Canandaigua, also three grandchildren.

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL         June 22, 1928           Pg 5, col 3              by: Ron Hanley
Mrs. Frederick A. McKechnie and daughter, Miss Jessie McKechnie, will leave today for Pottstown, Pa., to attend the
commencement exercises at Hill School. Frederick A. McKechnie Jr., is a member of the graduating class.

Ontario County Journal,   Wednesday,    July 4, 1928     by:  Dianne Thomas

(Dark picture of Civil War Veterans, courtesy of Rochester Times Union)

Civil War Veterans, guests of Judge Robert F. THOMPSON and the Canandaigua Rotary Club at the annual Memorial dinner held at the Canandaigua Hotel:

Joseph C. GILLAM, Louis F. SIGLAR, Rush PROBASCO, William MAHAN, Jacob D. SMITH, John H. STEVENS, William PRESTON, Capt. D. F. DUNSMORE, R. J. HARFORD, George BEAMISH, Jacob SANDS, Abraham M. SCHOTT, Peter H. CADMUS, John HILL, George K. MARSHALL, Franklin LAMPHIER, William T. SMITH, James K. POTTER, Marti V. B. SNYDER, Melvin M. PHILLIPS, John A LEGORE, Delos BRIGGS, William H. REX, Freeman FRENCH, Irving B. WILSON, Jordon BRADLEY, Lewis PERRY, Edwin WETMORE, Alonzo F. SPEARS, Edgar P. HICKS, Charles FRANK, Horace HUGHSON, H. Clay SEARLES, Benjamin DAVIS, Henry THOMAS, Sibley E. NOTT, Victor KINNAN, Horton MCMILLAN, E. H. FRAREY, John BALL, Body Aid to Major Charles A. RICHARDSON, Myron L. TAFT. 

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL         Friday,     July 20, 1928     Pg 5, col 2           by: Ron Hanley
At Canandaigua, July 16, 1928, Mrs. Elida McKechnie, aged 73 years, widow of William S. McKechnie.
The death of Mrs. Elida McKechnie, widow of William S. McKechnie, occurred at her home on Main Street North, on Monday morning. 
She was born in Palmyra, January 9, 1855, daughter of Andrew and Eunice Cameron McKechnie. She leaves one brother, Stuart C. McKechnie. Funeral services were held at the residence Wednesday. Rev. Herbert L. Gaylord officiated. Interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES        Wednesday      July 18, 1928     Pg 5, col 5

Mrs. William S. McKechnie 
In the death of Mrs. Elida Cameron Mckechnie, which occurred suddenly at an early hour on Monday morning, at her home on Main Street North, there passed from this city one of those true gentlewomen of the old school, for which Canandaigua has long been noted. The immediate cause of death was heart trouble. 
She was born in Palmyra on January 9, 1855, and was a daughter of the late Andrew and Eunice Cameron McKechnie. She was a student at the then famous institution of learning, the Ontario Female Seminary, and afterward married a cousin, William S. McKechnie, and came to reside in Canandaigua in the house on Main Street North, which for fifty years has been her home. 
For the last fifteen years she has been an invalid, bearing the consequent suffering and deprivation with a patience, serenity and
fortitude that won the admiration of all who knew her. 
An exceptionally lovely and loving character, her life exerted a beneficent influence on all with whom she came in contact. Though of late years her increasing infirmities prevented her attendance at its services, her devotion and allegiance to St. John's Church never wavered, and her interest in all its activities was unfailing. Her generous gifts to the philanthropic organizations of the city were many and her kindness in individual cases of need will long be remembered by the recipients. 
She leaves one brother, Stuart C. McKechnie, who has lived with her for the past twenty-five years. 
The funeral will be held at the home this afternoon, the Rev. H. L. Gaylord officiating. The burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.  Bearers will be George T. Thompson, Browning Crowell, Charles M. Finley, Edward Sick, Marion I. Case, and William Curtice.

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL     Friday July 27, 1928  Pg 5, col 4          by: Ron Hanley
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. McCarthy, Washington Street, have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Grace Elizabeth, to
Raymond Rouse Rodney, of Manchester, at St. Mary's Church, Saturday morning, August 4.  A reception and breakfast will be held at the home, for the immediate families, following the ceremony.


ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL     Fri      July 27, 1928     Pg 5, col 2   
DEATHS:  SPRENTALL  -  At Canandaigua, July 24, 1928, Harry B. Sprentall, aged 44 years.
The death of Harry Sprentall, aged 44 years occurred on Monday following a long illness. He is survived by three sons, Robert, Thomas, and Jack Sprentall, three brothers and two sisters, residing in Canada. 
Mr. Sprentall's wife, who before her marriage was Miss Marguerite Engert, died four years ago. Private funeral services were held at the home of John Engert with interment at Woodlawn.
ONTARIO  COUNTY  TIMES  Wed.  July 25, 1928 
 Harry Sprentall, aged 44 years, of this city, died at Memorial Hospital yesterday afternoon following a six weeks' illness. 
He is survived by three sons, Robert, Thomas and Jack Sprentall, three brothers and two sisters, all residing in Canada, Marshall of
Bridgeburg, Frank of Sterling, George of Trenton, Mrs. Simpson of Brighton, and Mrs. Alfred Rittorage of Toronto. 
Mr. Sprentall's wife who was before her marriage, Miss Marguerite Engert of this city, died four years ago.  Private funeral services will be held from the home of John Engert tomorrow afternoon.  Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL     Friday        August 3, 1928      Pg 1, col 6    by: Ron Hanley
BADGER - McGARRY - The marriage of Maurice C. Badger, son of Mrs. Nellie Badger, West Gibson Street, and Miss Kathryn Albyna McGarry of this city, took place at St. Mary's Church on Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. Rev. Robert A. Kelleher of Hornell, cousin of the bride, performed the ceremony and celebrated a nuptial mass, the responses being sung by Mrs. Henry C. Kelly, Miss Kathryn Farrell played the wedding marches.   
The bride wore a gown of maize georgette crepe fashioned in bouffant style. Her large hat was of black horsehair braid, and she wore a corsage bouquet of yellow roses and lilies of the valley.  She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Henry McKerr, of this
city, who wore peach georgette with a large black hat and corsage of pink roses and lilies of the valley. Bernard Neahon, of Canandaigua, was groomsman. 
Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served to the immediate families at the home of the bride's mother on Wood Street. Covers were laid for 25, seasonable flowers in yellow and pink forming the decorations.  The wedding party then attended the Farrell Family Reunion at Shortsville, and during the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Badger left by motor for Buffalo where they took the boat for Detroit. 
They will reside with the bride's mother. Prenuptial events included silver shower by Miss Mckerr, variety shower by Misses Helen
and Anna McCarrick, dinner by Mrs. Howard Lynch, linen shower by Mrs. George VanHoesen of Newark, and Mrs. Marguerite and Madeline Badges, kitchen shower by Miss Agnes Kinsella, and a personal shower by Miss Marie Sherry.

Democrat & Chronicle  Rochester, Monroe, NY        Sat,   Sep 1, 1928                 by: GSubyak@aol.com       

Canandaigua -    Mrs. Anna WHITE,     76,   Friday
Canandaigua -   Thomas Y. VINCENT, 70,   Thursday

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL     Friday      September 28,  1928     Pg 5, col 3      by: Ron Hanley       

Miss Helen Higgins, North Pearl street, who is studying the harp at the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, has been awarded a scholarship for the coming year. Miss Higgins is beginning her fourth year of study at the school.

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Heath, of Bath, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKechnie, Main street north.
On Monday Mrs. McKechnie, Frederick A. McKechnie Jr., and Miss Jessie McKechnie left by motor for New York where Miss Jessie entered Miss Dow's school at Briarcliff Manor, and New Haven, Conn., where Frederick has entered Yale University.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wheeler will accompany Mrs. McKechnie on the return trip to spend a month at Thistlebank, Main street north.

 Same Paper,    Front Page,  col  4      

Forthcoming  Marriages -  The marriage of Thomas P. Coyle, son of Mrs. Thomas P. CoyleHowell Street, and Miss Adele Casadiance, of Newark, New Jersey, will take place at St. Patrick's Cathedral, N. Y., on Wednesday morning, October 17, at 11 o'clock.
ANDREWS - WILBUR -  The marriage of Arthur A. Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Andrews, Dungan Street, and Miss Frances M. Wilbur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilbur, Main Street north, took place at Rochester on Saturday afternoon. Rev John J. Lawrence, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony.  Mr. Andrews is employed by John Handrahan, civil engineer of this city, and Mrs. Andrews is a teacher in the Rochester public schools.

OUTHOUSE -  Elmer J. Outhouse, aged 50 years, of Canandaigua, died at the Strong Memorial hospital on Monday evening following an illness of several months.  Mr. Outhouse was a retired farmer and had been engaged in the insurance business for some time.  He leaves one daughter and four sons, Miss Eleanor Outhouse, Gordon, Horace, Lynn and Carlton Outhouse, of Canandaigua, four brothers, Charles, William, Frank and Burton Outhouse, all of Canandaigua.  Funeral services were held at the home of his son, Gordon Outhouse, on the Bloomfield Road yesterday afternoon. Rev. George E. Finlay officiated and interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL   Friday      October 19, 1928    Pg 3, col 2       by: Ron Hanley   

HURLEY - John H. Hurley, aged 60 years, died at his home at Rushville on Tuesday following a long illness.  He leaves his wife, Mrs. Agnes Farrell Hurley, formerly of Canandaigua, one daughter and two sons, Miss Helen Hurley, John H. and James H. Hurley, of Rushville, three sisters and one brother, Mrs. Ellen Mooney and Mrs. Mary Burns, of Canandaigua, Mrs. Timothy Kelly, of

Geneva, and Edward Hurley, of Rushville.  Funeral services will be held at St. Mary's church this city this morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be made in Calvary Cemetery.

MURPHY - Patrick Murphy, aged 66 years, local drayman, died at his home on Phoenix Street on Wednesday morning following a short illness.  He leaves his wife, one son and four daughters, William Murphy, Mrs. Thomas Cougevan, of Canandaigua, Mrs. Frank Canright and  Miss Julia Murphy, of Rochester, two sisters, Mrs. Anna McCarthy and Miss Elizabeth Murphy, of this city. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary's church tomorrow  morning at 9 o'clock. Interment will be made in Calvary Cemetery.

COYLE - CASABIANCA -  At New York, October 17, 1928, Thomas P. Coyle, formerly of Canandaigua, and Miss Adele Casabianca, of Newark, N. J.
The marriage of Thomas P. Coyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coyle, Howell Street, and Miss Adele Casabianca, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Enrico Casabianca, of Newark, N. J., took place at Lady Chapel, St. Patrick's Cathedral, on Wednesday. After a wedding trip to Bermuda, Mr. and Mrs. Coyle will reside in Utica. He is traveling representative of the Raymer Pharmacy Company, of Philadelphia, Pa.   Mrs. Coyle and Miss Julia H. Coyle, mother and sister of the groom, who attended the wedding in New York, will return this evening.


  ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday October 19, 1928  Pg 3, col  2
 RYAN - PRENDERGAST -  At Canandaigua, October 15, 1928, Martin J. Ryan, and Miss Genevieve Frances Prendergast, both of Canandaigua.


Martin Joseph Ryan and Miss Genevieve Frances Prendergast, both of Canandaigua, were married at St. Mary's church on Monday morning. Rev. Michael C. Wall performed the ceremony.  The bride was attended by Miss Marion Breen, of this city, and James Coyne was groomsman. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jane Prendergast, West Avenue, after which Mr. and Mrs. Ryan left for a southern trip. They will reside with the bride's mother. The groom is a chef at The Canandaigua, where his bride has also been employed for several years. 

THE ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL,    Friday,   October 26, 1928  Front Page,  col 6          by: Ron Hanley   
COOK - MARKS -   The marriage of Miss Dorothy Marks, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William R. Marks, of Palmyra, formerly of Canandaigua, and Frederick C. Cook, of Fairport, took place at the home on Saturday. Following the ceremony a reception was held at Palmyra Inn, covers being laid for 30. Among the Canandaigua guests were Mr. and Mrs. William E. Martin, Miss Evelyn Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Marks and Misses Imogene and Lucille Marks.

HICKS - OSWALD -  The marriage of Herbert N. Hicks, of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Elizabeth L. Oswald, of Gorham, took place at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. Stephen S. Pratt, on Saturday afternoon.  The attendants were Miss Josephine Phalen, of Clifton Springs, and Martin Killeen, of Canandaigua. Following a southern trip, Mr. and Mrs. Hicks will reside on Hubbell street.  Mr. Hicks is president of the West Avenue Garage, Inc.

ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES     Wednesday      October 31, 1928      Pg 5, col  4      by: Ron Hanley       
Marriage   -  Gentner - Berendt 
Miss Rita Muriel Gentner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David F. Gentner of Chapel Street, and Paul Richard Berendt, of North Pleasant Street were married at St. Mary's rectory here last week Tuesday evening, Rev. Michael C. Wall, rector of the church, officiating.  Attendants were Miss Mabel Woodhams and Harold Kimble, both of this city.  Mr. and Mrs. Berendt are residing in Main Street South.

Ontario Co. Times, Canandaigua, NY     Wednesday,  December 26, 1928    by:  Dianne Thomas

Personal Mentions:

Mrs. Richard DEWITT, Gorham street, will entertain at bridge this evening.

Miss Bertha CARTER of New York is at her home in East street for the holidays.

Mrs. Ophelia MILLS, Main street north, was the Christmas guest of relatives in Gorham.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl BEY of Rochester were weekend guests of Mrs. F. C. FULLER, East street.

Miss Esther HALLIWELL, Gibson street, is on a motor trip with friends through the South and West.

Mr. and Mrs. M. S. GAYLORD of Geneva were Christmas guests of his brother, Rev. H. L. GAYLORD and family, Main street north. 

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL    Friday,    December  28, 1928        Pg  5            by: Ron Hanley
GEROULD  -  Byron C. Gerould, aged 80 years, of Millgrove, formerly of Canandaigua, died at the home of his son, Horace M. Gerould at Corfu, on Thursday of last week. 
He leaves his wife, three sons and one daughter, Horace of Corfu, Charles, of Perry, Perlie Gerould and Mrs. Lina Bethin, of Batavia, one sister and one brother, Perlie Gerould, of Portland, Oregon, and Mrs. Ella Turner, of Canandaigua, two half brothers, Carnot and Scott Gerould, of Canandaigua. Funeral services were held from the home of Horace Gerould at Corfu on Saturday afternoon.

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL      Friday          December 28, 1928         Pg 5,  col 2       by: Ron Hanley
ANDREWS  -  At Rochester, December 20, 1928, Mrs. Emma L. Andrews aged 76 years, interment at Canandaigua.
 ALSO  SAME  Pg, col 3
ANDREWS  -   Funeral services for Mrs. Emma L. Andrews aged 76 years, a former resident of Canandaigua, whose death occurred at Rochester General Hospital last Thursday evening following a short illness with pneumonia, were held at the Presbyterian church Monday afternoon. Rev. Hardy Lumb officiated and interment was made in West Avenue Cemetery. She leaves one son, Harry E. Andrews of Rochester, with whom she resided.

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