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Rochester Telegraph, Rochester, NY Sept 20, 1820 by: Pat Mims
MARRIED - At Bloomfield, Dr. Gardner WHEELER of Ogden to Miss Fanny GUNN of the former place.
In this town (Rochester), Capt. Samuel CURRIER of Charlotte, to Miss Sally CLOUGH, his sixth wife!
Rochester Daily Democrat, Rochester, Monroe Co, New York Saturday, January 29, 1842 by: GSubyak@aol.com
DIED: In West Bloomfield, on the 12th instant, Joan LEETE, aged 78 years, on of the first settlers of Ontario county.
Rochester Daily Democrat, Rochester, Monroe Co, NY March 8, 1847 by: GSubyak@aol.com
Deaths - In West Bloomfield, at the residence of his son-in-law, C. C. GATES, on the 7th inst., Mr. Clement LEECH, of Lima, aged 72(?) Years. Mr. LEECH has resided in Lima for the last 50 years.
Rochester Republican, Rochester, Monroe, NY June 8, 1848 by: GSubyak@aol.com
In West Bloomfield, May?0, of scarlet fever, Mary Caroline, only child of Horace and Emma J. WEBSTER, aged five years and eight months.
Rochester Daily Democrat, Rochester,
NY Dec. 23,
HAWS - HARRIS - In this city Dec. 22d, 1869 by Rev. John Parker, Henry C. Haws and Sarah Elizabeth Harris, both of West Bloomfield, N. Y.
Rochester Daily Democrat, Rochester, NY Dec 23, 1869 by: Dick Halsey
HAWS - HARRIS - At Rochester, Dec 22, 1869, by Rev. John Parker, Henry C. HAWS and Sarah Elizabeth HARRIS, both of West Bloomfield.
ONTARIO MESSENGER, Canandaigua, NY Thursday, May 1, 1884 by: Dianne Thomas
DIED: SMITH - In West Bloomfield, April 20th, 1884, Leonard W. SMITH, aged 74 years. [an ancestor of Dianne Thomas]
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, Monroe, NY Aug. 7, 1888 by: GSubyak@aol.com
There will be a Republican pole raising and picnic on the farm of R. S. CHAPIN, in West Bloomfield, on Friday, August 10th, at 2 o'clock. Addresses will be made by Hon. Hanford STRUBLE, of Penn Yan, and Hon. Edwin HICKS of Canandaigua, and others. Good music will be in attendance and the proceedings will be enlivened by an exciting match game of base ball. The day's pleasure will close with a display of fire works in the evening. A grand time is anticipated.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, Monroe, NY Aug. 7, 1888 by: GSubyak@aol.com
One night a few weeks since a barn standing at same distance from other buildings owned by Curtis GATES of North Bloomfield, was burned to ashes. To take its place he immediately erected a large and handsome barn near his other buildings, just across the road from his house. Between 12 and 1 o'clock last Saturday morning this new barn, filled with hay and wheat just harvested, was also burned. In this fresh loss there is a widespread sympathy for Mr. GATES, one of the kindest of men, who would far rather suffer than do a wrong, against whom it is hard to conceive nor could any human being harbor a feeling of enmity.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, Monroe, NY Aug. 8, 1888 by: GSubyak@aol.com
Walter J. DIXON, a wealthy farmer of West Bloomfield, and a life-long Democrat, who has served the town two terms as supervisor, says he cannot go Cleveland and free trade any longer but will vote for
HARRISON and protection to American products and American labor.
The large new barn of Curtis C. GATES, at North Bloomfield, together with the contents was totally consumed by an incendiary fire on Friday morning last. The barn was but just completed and contained the wheat from thirty- five acres and oats from ten acres of ground. C. H. HOPKINS owned a half interest in the grain. Barn and contents were partially insured.
There is to be a pole raising and general picnic on the farm of R. S. CHAPIN, in West Bloomfield, on Friday afternoon next (10th inst). Any one that knows Robert will know that the flag that will float from the top of the pole will bear the name of HARRISON and MORTON. Hon. Hanford STRUBLE of Penn Yan and Hon. Edwin HICKS, of Canandaigua, will be present and address the people on the political issues of the day. Good music will be in attendance and after the speaking and the crowd have investigated their lunch baskets, there will be a game of base ball between two picked nines, also a game of old fashioned wicket balls. There will be fireworks in the evening. The grounds are well shaded and a pleasant time is insured to the large crowd that will be in attendance.
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday March 16, 1894 by: Dianne Thomas
South Bloomfield News:
+ Mrs. David COOPER is very sick with dropsy of the heart and lungs.
+ P. W. CASE is taking the regents examination at Canandaigua this week.
+ Master Ralph WHEELER accompanied Jesse A. WHEELER to East Chatham last Saturday.
+ John B. WHEELER has rented the Benjamin Park farm of Abraham OGDEN, of Bristol, for $136 cash rent.
+ R. M. LEE and A. D. POMROY of East Bloomfield, went to New York last Saturday on business.
+ Simson R. WHEELER has secured the services of Edward WICKHAM of Bristol, for the coming season.
+ Mr. & Mrs. Simson WHEELER and Mr. & Mrs. John B. WHEELER of this place, attended the funeral of J. Harvey MASON of ___ (cut off)
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY March 23, 1894 by: Dianne Thomas
+ Prof. Lewis BEEBEE of West Bloomfield, spent Sunday with the family of Hiram Steele .
+ James PEASLEY is seriously ill.
+ John MC CALL has moved into the Will SHEPARD house.
+ Miss Maud PERRY of Millers Corners is visiting relatives in town.
+ Mrs. A. B. COLLINS and Mrs. William PERRY have been on the sick list the past week.
+ Miss Minney FREY and brother, John, are visiting their parents in West Walworth, NY
+ Miss Emma HARDY returned to Mr. LOTEE'S last week, after two or three weeks visit with friends in Lima.
+ Remember the G.A.R. campfire on Friday evening, March 23, 1894. All are cordially invited to attend.
+ The pupils of Mary HUNT and Belle HUNT will give an exhibition in Social Hall, Friday evening, April 6, 1894.
+ Some of the friends of Miss Norma ROSE gathered at her home last Wednesday evening and enjoyed themselves until the early hours of the morning.
+ Sheridan CRANDALL, Post No. 225, will hold a camp fire at Social Hall, North Bloomfield, Friday evening, March 23. comrades, sons of veterans and friends are cordially invited to be present.
South Bloomfield - The friends and neighbors of the late Theodore Sleight were saddened to hear of his death last Tuesday.
Although he was well known to be seriously ill with typhoid fever, hopes were entertained for recovery until peritonitis set in and in a few hours death claimed him.
Although Mr. Sleight had only been in this vicinity a short time he had won the respect and love of all who knew him. He leaves a young wife and one small child, who have the sympathy of all in their sorrow.
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday March 6, 1896 by: Dianne Thomas
+ Isaac PARMELEE will move to Honeoye Falls this spring.
+ Lewis WRAPP has purchased Isaac PARMELEE'S residence.
+ Ezra HOVEY will move into Mrs. Sophia KELLY'S house, this spring.
+ Mrs. A. H. MARTIN slipped and fell last week, hurting herself quite badly.
+ Elmer MILLER will leave for Buffalo this week to remain during the summer.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin CROFT Jr., visited the former's brother at Miller Corners last week.
Ontario County Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, September 23, 1898 by: Dianne Thomas
+ Lawrence STEIN is quite ill at his home here.
+ Mrs. George M. SHEPARD, who has been ill, is slowly convalescing.
+ Mrs. Belle CAMPBELL, of Toronto, Canada, is visiting friends in town.
+ Mrs. HEWITT of North Bloomfield, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry BROWN.
+ Miss Rose MC GREEVY, of Rochester, was the guest of the Misses SULLIVAN over Sunday.
+ Porter F. LEECH, accompanied by his son George, left for Fort Plain, Tuesday, where the latter will attend school for the coming year.
+ E. E. RIGNEY, who recently purchased the stock of goods owned by I. L. PULLSBURY, resold to M. EASTON, who has taken possession.
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