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was born East Bloomfield, New York April 1874.
Chester died November 18, 1959 Bristol, New York,
at 85 years of age.
Nov 18, 1959
H. Appleton, 85, died today, November 18, 1959, after a long illness.
He was born in the town of East Bloomfield, a son of Robert and
Fredericka Buetler Appleton. He resided in Honeoye Falls for many years before purchasing
his present home in Bristol in 1948.
leaves a daughter, Miss Marguerite Appleton at home, a sister, Mrs.
Emmett Finagan of Canandaigua, a brother, Leonard Appleton of
Holcomb, and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Wheeler Funeral
Home in East Bloomfield, where a service will be held Saturday by the Rev.
Alton Davis of the East Bloomfield Methodist Church. Burial in East
Canandaigua, New York, September 18, 1901.
COUNTY JOURNAL September 27, 1901 PAGE
3 COL 6
At Canandaigua, September 18, 1901, Chester H. Appleton and Miss Mary Murphy, both of East Bloomfield.
Earl R.2 Appleton was born East Bloomfield, New York March 10, 1880. Earl died May 09, 1945 Centerfield, New York, at 65 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL
May 18, 1945
services for Earl R. Appleton, 65, who died Wednesday evening, May 9,
1945, at his home on the Centerfield road, were held from the home Saturday PM,
the Rev. Walter Schaeffer Pastor of the East Bloomfield Congregational
his wife, Mrs. Agnes Steele Appleton, he leaves one daughter, Mrs. Fay
Burlingham, and two grandsons, Gene and Vern Burlingham, of Holcomb,
also two sisters and five brothers, Mrs. Emmett Finagan of Hopewell, Mrs.
George Cook of Rochester, Chester Appleton of Honeoye Falls, Harmon
of Clifton Springs, Leonard of Holcomb, Walter of South
Bloomfield, and Robert Appleton of Canandaigua.
Canandaigua, New York, February 17, 1903.
Ontario County Times, Wednesday, February 25, 1903, Page 2 Col 3
Appleton - Steele At Canandaigua, February 17, 1903, Earl Appleton and Miss Agnes H. Steele, both of East Bloomfield.
Appleton was born 1870.
died September 01, 1957 Manchester, New
York, at 87 years of age.
Sept. 1, 1957
Harmon Appleton of Manchester died today, September 1, 1957, after a long illness. He was the son of Robert and Freeda Beutler Appleton.
are his son, Paul of Manchester, two brothers, Chester of Bristol,
and Leonard of East Bloomfield, two sisters, Mrs. Clara Finnegan of
Canandaigua, and Mrs. George Cook of Spencerport, six grandchildren and
nine great grandchildren.
Friends may call at the Schaefer and Halsted Funeral Home, Manchester, tomorrow. Funeral will be held Wednesday with the Rev. Harold Hammer of the Baptist Church of Manchester officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. His body was interred 1957 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
was born East Bloomfield, New York November 1881
died September 07, 1960 Holcomb, New York,
at 78 years of age.
HOLCOMB - Leonard Appleton, 82, died in his home in
Main Street yesterday, September 7, 1960, after several weeks illness.
native of the town of East Bloomfield, he was the son of the late Robert and
Frieda Beutler Appleton, and always had resided in this community. For many
years he was a cook for the maintenance crews of the New York Central Railroad
and was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Maintenance Men.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Anna Bostwick Appleton, two daughters, Mrs. Edward Rohde of Mantua, Ohio, and Mrs. Robert Hinds of Holcomb, a son William of Rochester, a sister, Mrs. Emmett Finagan of Canandaigua, five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
may call at the Wheeler Funeral Home in East Bloomfield where a service will be
conducted by the Rev. Alton Davis of the East Bloomfield Methodist
Church. Burial in East Bloomfield Cemetery.
East Bloomfield, New York, February 14,
1910. Witnesses for the marriage
were Mrs. Agnes Appleton and Earl Appleton.
COUNTY TIMES Wed. February 23, 1910
MARRIED APPLETON -
Holcomb, February 16, 1910, Leonard J. Appleton and Miss Anna Bostwick,
both of Holcomb.
was born East
Bloomfield, New York March 07, 1914. Gladys
November 1990 New York, at 76 years of age.
Bloomfield, New York, March 21, 1935. Newspaper
said the wedding took place on the 21st of March. Wedding took place in the
Methodist Parsonage in E. Bloomfield, New York. It was attended by the groom's
parents. A supper followed at the home of the groom's grandfather, Jacob
Sanders. The couple left for Hornell where they will make their home as
Mr. Hinds is associated with Market Basket Stores there.
COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL
Friday March 29,
1935 PAGE 4
East Bloomfield, March 21, 1935 Robert W. Hinds of Holcomb and Miss Gladys W. Appleton of Geneva.
SAME PAPER PAGE 7 COL 1
marriage of Miss Gladys W.Appleton of Geneva, daughter of Mr. And Mrs.
Leonard Appleton of Rochester, and Robert W. Hinds, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert R. Hinds of this village, E. Bloomfield, took place Thursday PM
at 7 o'clock in the Methodist Parsonage, the Rev. Edmunds officiating.
The couple were attended by the groom's parents, Mr. And
Mrs. Ray Hinds. Following a
wedding supper at the groom's grandfather, Jacob Sanders, Mr. And Mrs. Hinds
left for Hornell where they will make their home.
Mr. Hinds is associated with Market Basket Stores in that
Appleton was born December 22,
died March 30, 1883 at 82 years
married Elizabeth who
was born June 15, 1806.
died February 12, 1885 East
Bloomfield, New York, at 78 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
February 20, 1885
funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Appleton was attended at the house on Sunday
last, Rev. Wm. Armstrong conducting the services. We learn the place will
now be for sale or rent, as Mr. John Mason intends returning to his old
home in Honeoye in the Spring, leaving the house vacant.
- In East Bloomfield, NY, February 12, 1885, Elizabeth Appleton,
relict of the late Richard C. Appleton, in the 79th year of her age.
Richard C. Appleton and Elizabeth had the following child:
was born October 1842. Hannah
26, 1879 East Bloomfield, New York, at 37 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday December 5, 1879 Page 2 Col 6
Jobson in East Bloomfield, November 26, 1879, Hannah,
wife of Mark Jopson, aged 37 years and 11 months.
SAME PAPER PAGE 2 COL
Hannah Jobson, wife of Mark Jobson, died Wednesday, Nov. 26th, aged
38 years. Funeral services were held on Friday. Her
interred 1879 Bristol, NY, Evergreen Cemetery.
born England May 1839. Mark
was the son of John Jopson
married 2nd, Elizabeth
New York, July 07, 1881.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL July 15, 1881 Page 2 Col 7
MARRIED Jopson - Tooley
the residence of the bride's mother in Honeoye July 7, 1881 by Rev. S. Mills
Day, Mark Jopson and Elizabeth Tooley.
02, 1918 Canandaigua, New York, at 78 years of age.
Ontario County Journal, Friday, April 5, 1918 obituary stated, Mark Jopson, aged 81 years, passed away at his home on Tuesday morning. He leaves his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Earl Stanley, of Canandaigua, and Mrs. B. L. Black, of East Rochester, three sons, Raymond of Rochester, Herbert and George of Canandaigua, and one brother, Luke Jopson of Rochester. Interment was in Woodlawn.
was born England May 1838. Robert
died 1904 at 66 years of age.
Died at Thompson Memorial Hospital.
He married Frieda Beutler 1871. Frieda was born Germany December 03, 1851. Frieda was the daughter of John Beutler . Frieda died June 30, 1938 Centerfield, New York, at 86 years of age.
Robert Appleton and Frieda Beutler had the following children:
was born East
Bloomfield, New York January 08, 1886. Clara
April 03, 1967 at 81 years of age.
- Mrs. Clara Finagan,
81, died Monday, April 3, 1967, in the Elm Manor Nursing Home. She was the widow
of Emmett Finagan of the Geneva Turnpike.
January 8, 1886, in East Bloomfield, she was the daughter of Robert and
Fredericka Beutler Appleton. Mrs. Finagan was a lifelong resident of the
are two sons, Harry of Texas and Emmett of Canandaigua, a foster
son, Harry Stierer of Buffalo, six grandchildren, and two great
grandchildren. Burial will be in the
East Bloomfield Cemetery at the convenience of the family.
Finnegan and Miss Clara M. Appleton, daughter of Mrs. Robert Appleton,
were married by Rev. W. D. Robinson at the Congregational parsonage on
Wednesday evening. Miss Emma Finnegan, the groom's sister, and Leonard
Appleton, the bride's brother, attended them. Mr. and Mrs. Finnegan
will reside on the Gunn farm, which Mr. Finnegan has rented.
born New York May 1878. Emmett
was the son of Patrick Finagan
May 30, 1954 at 76 years of age.
January 07, 1913. ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
- At Canandaigua, January 7, 1913, to Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Finnagan, Bristol Street, a son.
26 years of age Clara
mother of Harry E. Finagan
New York, January 07, 1913.
BORN - At Canandaigua, January 7, 1913, to Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Finnagan, Bristol Street, a son.
New York June 1891. Freda
services for Mrs. Freda Appleton Cook, 65, of 1833 N. Union St.,
Spencerport, who died Friday, was held at the Walker Bros. Funeral Home,
Spencerport, on Monday.
A native of East Bloomfield, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Fredericka Beutler Appleton. Besides her husband George H. Cook, she is survived by a sister, Mrs. Clara Finagan of Canandaigua RD, two brothers, Chester Appleton of Bristol, and Leonard Appleton of Holcomb. She married George Cook .
Robert Sr.2 Appleton
was born East Bloomfield, New York April 13, 1889.
died April 13, 1956 Canandaigua, New York,
at 67 years of age.
ROBERT APPLETON SR. -
CANANDAIGUA April 13, 1956
Appleton Sr., 67, East Bloomfield, died at Thompson Memorial Hospital this
morning, April 13, 1956, following a coronary attack which he suffered
was born in East Bloomfield, February 13, 1889, and had resided always in this
area. He was the son of Robert
and Fredricka Bueltler Appleton. For
many years he was a farmer and more recently was associated with the W. N. Clark
canning factory at Holcomb.
leaves his wife, Myrtle Woolston Appleton, two sons, Robert Jr.,
of Holcomb, Kenneth, Penn Yan, three brothers, Chester of
Bristol, Hiram, of Clifton Springs, and Leonard of Holcomb, two
sisters, Mrs. Emmett Finagan, of Canandaigua RD, and Mrs. George Cook,
of Rochester, and five grandchildren. A funeral service will be held at the Kennedy Funeral chapel,
Sunday, with Rev. Glenn Brewster, pastor of the East Bloomfield Methodist
Church, officiating. Burial will be
made in East Bloomfield Cemetery.
East Bloomfield, New York, January 18,
1910. Witnessed by Jessie Wright
and Clara Wright. License
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