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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
 
PERSONAL MENTION
 
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
 
DIED   -    McKECHNIE 
At Canandaigua, July 16, 1928, Mrs. Elida McKechnie, aged 73 years, widow of William S. McKechnie.
 
 
FRONT PAGE  col 5
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.
 
 
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri July 27, 1928 
 OBITUARY   SPRENTALL 
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       

VICINITY DEATHS
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       
 
PERSONAL  MENTION -  

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.
 
 WEDDING 
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 Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY   Friday    Sept 28,  1928                     by:  Dianne Thomas

DEITZ and MUSCATO  Are Found Guilty - John DEITZ and Patsy MUSCATO, of Canandaigua, charged with possessing liquor in a second offense and with operating a public nuisance, were found guilty on both counts by a jury in Federal court, on Monday.  The case went tot he jury at 3 o'clock and about 3:25 the jurors announced their verdict.  Judge Simon ADLER deferred sentence until October 3. 

+   GRANT - Funeral services of Mrs. Mary Baker GRANT, aged 56 years, whose death occurred at Strong Memorial hospital, Rochester, on Sunday, were held at Corpus Christi church on Wednesday morning.  Deceased was the widow of John GRANT, a former resident of Canandaigua.  She leaves two sons, Harold of Chicago, Ill. and Leon of Rochester; one daughter, Mrs. Harvey PADELFORD; her father, John BRADY, seven brothers, Edward, Frank and Leo of Rochester; Louis of LeRoy; Arthur of East Rochester; John and Walton of Victor, three sisters, Mrs. William WOODSIDE and Miss Viola BRADY of Rochester and Mrs. Edward CASE of Victor. Interment was in Calvary cemetery. 

ALLEN - Funeral services for Mrs. Nettie M. ALLEN, widow of Frank ALLEN, who died on Tuesday after a two weeks illness will beheld from the home in Pleasant street this afternoon at 1 o'clock, Rev. George E. FINLAY of the Baptist church, will officiate and interment will be made in Honeoye.  Deceased leaves two daughters and a son, Mrs. Lyman BUSH of North Cohocton, Mrs. Raymond BLAIR and Harry ALLEN of Canandaigua; three brothers, William MOSHER of Bristol, Joseph MOSHER of Canandaigua and George MOSHER, also five grandchildren.

LARNER -OSTRIKE - At the Methodist parsonage in Main street north on Saturday afternoon, took place the marriage of Henry LARNER of Canandaigua and Miss Viola OSTRIKE of Webster.  Rev. Stephen S. PRATT performed the ceremony. 

CRISSY - MC INTOSH - Clarence I. CRISSEY of Seneca Castle, and Miss Frances L. MC INTOSH, daughter of Mrs. Julia MC INTOSH, Telyea street, were married at the Methodist parsonage on Thursday evening of last week.  Rev. Stephen S. PRATT performed the ceremony and the attendants were J. Edmund BROCKLEBANK and Miss Caroline ROUSE, of Canandaigua.  Mr. and Mrs. CRISSY will reside in this city.  The groom is engaged in the trucking business and his bride is an operator in the local exchange of the Rochester Telephone company.  

 

Forthcoming Marriages:

+  The marriage of Richard DE WITT of Canandaigua and Miss Jean LaRue BURNETT, daughter of Mrs. Jean LaRue BURNETT will take place at the home on Fort Hill Avenue, tomorrow at noon.

+  The marriage of Miss Doris EIGHMY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George EIGHMY, formerly of Canandaigua, and Dr. Edward BUFFAM of Buffalo, will take place at Buffalo, on October 8.  Following their marriage they will sail on the S S Roosevelt for Vienna.  They expect to be abroad about a year.  

 

Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY   Friday    Oct 19, 1928                     by:  Dianne Thomas

WYMAN - (cut off) returned to his home complaining of not feeling well, death occurring before the arrival of Dr. H. M. SMITH who was summoned.  Mr. WYMAN was a retired Congregational pastor coming to this city from Lenox, Mass., about a year ago.  He had frequently occupied the pulpit of the local Congregational church  and had preached in nearly parishes.  He is survived by his wife (Ada) and two sons, Arthur and Newell WYMAN.  Funeral services will be held at the Congregational church this afternoon at 8 o'clock, Rev. D. E. FORBUSH will officiate and interment will be made in Woodlawn cemetery.  

COVERT - Funeral services of Ethel May COVERT, aged one years, whose death occurred on Saturday, following a long illness, were held at the residence on Sand Hill road on Monday.  There survive her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert COVERT, and three brothers, Floyd, Franklin and Merle COVERT.  Interment was at Lake View cemetery, Ithaca.

ROGERS - Funeral services for James ROGERS, aged 63 years, whose death occurred at Memorial hospital on Monday, will be held at St. Mary's church this morning at 9 o'clock.  He had been employed at the Lisk Mfg. plant and was a veteran of the Spanish-American war.  Canandaigua Post American Legion will have charge of the services at the grave, in Calvary cemetery. 

GILLIS - James L. GILLIS, aged 73 years, died at his home on Main street north on Monday following a long illness.  He leaves his wife, three sons and one daughter, Robert GILLIS of Hopewell; Lester, Dudley and Miss Fay GILLIS of Canandaigua; one sister and one brother, Miss Helen and Hart GILLIS of Victor; also two granddaughters, Catherine and Isabelle GILLIS of Hopewell.  Funeral services were held at the home on Wednesday afternoon.  Interment was made at Victor. 

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.
 
COYLE - CASABIANCA
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.
                           

 RYAN - PRENDERGAST 

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 Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY   Friday    Dec 28, 1928                     by:  Dianne Thomas

+   JAGER - (cut off) John H. JAGER, aged 51 years, whose death occurred at Memorial hospital on Saturday evening following an operation, were held at the home of his mother, Mrs. Caroline JAGER, Cove street, on Wednesday afternoon.  Rev. Hardy LUMB officiated and interment was made in West avenue cemetery.  He leaves besides his mother, two sisters, Mrs. Lillian J. RUTTER of Canandaigua and Mrs. Chester MONTCRIEFF of Wavland and one brother, Fred JAGER of Baldwinsville. 

MARSHALL - Mrs. Fred (Ethel) MARSHALL, aged 34 years, of Tillotson street, died at Memorial hospital on Thursday evening with pneumonia.  She is survived by her husband ad four children, Kenneth, Lee, Ruth and Dorothy; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuel BROWN of Horseheads; one brother and one sister, Earl BROWN of Canandaigua and Mrs. Earl PHENES of Big Flats. Funeral services were held at Woodlawn chapel on Sunday afternoon.  Rev. George E. FINLAY officiated and interment was made in Woodlawn cemetery.  

SISSON - Spencer G. SISSON, aged 63 years, a life long resident of Bristol, died at the Strong Memorial hospital at Rochester, on Wednesday after a long illness.  He is survived by his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Raymond PARSONS of Bristol, a brother, Frank O. SISSON of Canandaigua and one grandson, Ernest Spencer PARSONS of Bristol.  Funeral services will be held at the home tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Charles A. PAILLE, pastor of the Bristol Congregational church will officiate and interment will be made at Vincent.

STRICKLAND - Mrs. Agnes Murphy STRICKLAND, aged 23 years, of Fairport, formerly of Canandaigua, died at Oak Mount Sanatorium on Wednesday.  She leave her husband, Merritt STRICKLAND; one daughter, Dorothy, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. MURPHY; four sisters and three brothers, Mrs. Victor TISCHER, Misses Esther, Mary and Marjorie MURPHY, Edward, Eugene and Robert MURPHY, all of Fairport.  Funeral services will be held from the Catholic church in Fairport htis morning and interment will be in Calvary cemetery, this city.  

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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