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Allen - Angell
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL July 27, 1934
Beatrice L. Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Allen, of
Porterville, and Norman E. Tiffany, son of Mrs. Ina Fogarty
of this city, were married Tuesday in the Sansville Methodist Church by the
bride's uncle, Rev. Almeron Matthews, pastor. They were attended by the
brother and sister in law of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Roland B. Tiffany of
this city. They will reside at 164
West Gibson Street. Mrs. Tiffany
is a teacher in the city schools.
31, 1926 Naples, New York.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES January 5, 1927 Page 3
George Hemenway - Naples Jan 2
The death of Mrs. Edna Allen Hemenway occurred on Friday at 9 PM
following an illness of several weeks. Funeral services were held at her late
home on Monday in charge of her pastor, Rev. F. A. Hawley of the Presbyterian
Her husband George Henenway, passed several years ago. She is survived by relatives in Bristol Valley, where she was born. Mrs. Henenway was a faithful member of the church and active in other organizations. She married George B. Hemenway Bristol, New York, June 30, 1878.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES July 3, 1878
record, At the Presbyterian Church in Bristol on Sunday, June 30, 1878, by Rev. Wm.
Dewey, George B. Hemenway of Bristol Springs, and Edna A. daughter
of Erastus Allen Esq. of Bristol
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
May 8, 1914 Page 5
FORMER ASSEMBLYMAN DIES AT NAPLES
Hon. George B. Hemenway Succumbs to Pneumonia After Short Illness
Honorable George B. Hemenway, well known and highly
esteemed throughout the community, passed away at his home in Naples on Saturday
morning, following an illness of two weeks with pneumonia.
was born in Waterloo, NY, June 26, 1852, and was the son of Charles G. and
Harriet Davis Hemenway. He was educated here in the Canandaigua Academy. He
removed with his parents to the town of South Bristol when quite young, and
later conducted a store at Bristol Springs, where he did an extensive business
for 15 years.
held the office of Supervisor of South Bristol for several years, and was
postmaster at Bristol Springs for two terms. He was Supervisor of the town of
Naples at the time of his election to the Assembly in 1907. He was an ardent
On June 30, 1878, he was married to Miss Edna A. Allen, of Bristol. In 1893 he purchased a home at Naples, where he had since resided. His kindly disposition and generosity commended him to the confidence and esteem of all his friends and associates. He was for years a trustee of the Presbyterian church at Naples, and was a liberal supporter. He was also a member of the village school board.
There survive his wife and several nieces and nephews. The funeral services were held at the home on Monday PM, Rev. Joseph H. France officiating. Interment was in Rose Ridge cemetery.
Hemarried Dorothea Lynde Brockelbank Clifton Springs, New York, August 05, 1912.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
August 9, 1912
MARRIAGE ALLEN - BROCKELBANK
ALLEN - BROCKELBANK
marriage of John Lee Allen formerly of Garrison on the Hudson, and Miss
Dorothea Lynde Brockelbank of Canandaigua, took place on Monday evening, Rev.
J. N. Sackett a retired pastor, performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Allen will reside on Howell Street with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Brockelbank. Mr. Allen is local salesman for the Overland
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wed.
August 7, 1912
BROCKELBANK - ALLEN
The marriage of Miss Dorothea Lynde Brockelbank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brockelbank, Howell Street, and Mr. John Lee Allen of Garrison, took place in Clifton Springs on Monday evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. F. Sackett. Mr. and Mrs. Allen will reside with Mrs. Allen's parents. Mr. Allen is a salesman for the Overland Automobile Company .
HERALD February 9,
Helen DeGroote Allen, wife of Walter Allen, died at their home in
Shortsville, January 26, 1945, at the age of 36.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen lived in Victor for a short time following their
marriage in 1934. She had been ill
for some time.
Besides her husband she is survived by a daughter Joan Emily, her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob DeGroote, of Shortsville, two sisters, Mrs.
Frank Secora, and Mrs. John Kennedy, both of Shortsville, and a
brother, Sgt. George Mapes, now in Belgium. Funeral services were held in
her home. Burial will be in Brookside Cemetery, Shortsville.
Amann was born in Austria 1862. He
Honeoye Falls, New York, November 20, 1895
Cora Kesel - Cora Kesel Amann, aged 86, of Honeoye Falls, NY, in
Dansville, July 8, 1964. Survived by one son, Royal G. Amann of Mount
Morris, NY, one brother, Bert Kesel.
No prior calling hours. Private interment at Honeoye Falls Cemetery.
Angell had the following child:
Gorham, New York, August 10, 1940.
COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL September 6, 1940
WEDDING BELLS - NOTT
Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Florence Angell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Angell of Gorham, to Walter Nott, son of Charles Nott of the West Lake Road. Rev. C. E. Opdyke, pastor of Hall Congregational Church, performed the ceremony, Saturday evening, August 10, in the home of the bride's parents. The bride was attended by Miss Jean Meeks of Canandaigua, and Bernard Pierce of Canandaigua was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Nott are residing in Canandaigua.
Canandaigua, New York January 22, 1913. Walter
was the son of Charles Frances Nott
June 16, 1991 Canandaigua, New York, at 78 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL November 21, 1947
Canandaigua Teachers' unit met with Miss Dorothy Mooney, teacher of the
Chapin school, on Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
Walter Nott, president, led the business session and Mrs. Thatcher
Whitney, teacher of Dist. No. 6, Hopewell Center, had charge of the
discussion. Refreshments were served by the hostess.
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