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BAKER - BARBER
had the following child:
New York, December 06, 1916.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES Thursday December 07, 1916
Baker - McCallum
the North Presbyterian church last evening took place the marriage of Emma
Margaret Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, of Geneva, to Olin
Edgar McCallum, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCallum of Oaks Corners. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev. David H. Craver, the ring service being used.
The young couple were attended by Miss Olive Baker, sister of the bride,
and Joseph McCallum, brother of the groom.
The bride wore a suit of blue chiffon broadcloth, with white
hat and veil. The bridesmaid wore a suit of blue serge with a black hat. Mr.
and Mrs. McCallum left amid a shower of rice on the train for a wedding trip
to Rochester, Buffalo and other points. After December 15th they will be at 23
Godelle Terrace. Among the prenuptial events was a china shower given by Miss
Glenora McCallum, and a variety shower by Miss Olive Baker.
Louise M. Baker
was born New
York City, New York July 12, 1872. Louise
27, 1942 Lyons, New York, at 69 years of age.
ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE May 29, 1942 PAGE 14
MRS. BYRON NELLIS
Mrs. Louise Nellis, 69, widow of Byron Nellis, died
Wednesday night, May 27, 1942, after a long illness. She was born in New York City, the daughter of Jacob Baker,
July 12, 1872, and came to Lyons to live when a girl.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Augusta Rockwell of Indiana, Mrs. Richard Kleinhenz of Lyons, and Mrs. B. Grendeau of Rochester, four sons, Byron, a patient in a veterans hospital, Raymond and Deo Nellis of Lyons, and Harold Nellis of Newark, two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Baker of Lyons, and Mrs. Katherine Brock of Newark, also 14 grandchildren. The funeral will be held today in the home of the daughter, Mrs. Kleinhenz, 50 Montezuma Street, with the Rev. Norman W. Ross of the Broad St. Lutheran Church officiating. Her body was interred 1942 Lyons, New York, Lyons Rural Cemetery.
Nathan Sr. Nellis
born in Saint Johnsville, Montgomery Co., New York January 13, 1867.
Byron was the son of Nathan Nellis
October 20, 1939 Lyons, New York, at 72 years of age.
and CHRONICLE October 22,
- Byron Nellis, 72, for 47 years an engineer with the New
York Central Railroad until his retirement four years ago, died in Lyons
Hospital Friday night after a brief illness.
in St. Johnsville, Mr. Nellis also worked for the railroad in Geneva and
DeWitt. He leaves his widow, Louise
Nellis, three daughters, Mrs. Bernard Gendreau, Rochester, Mrs.
Richard Kleinhenz, Canandaigua, and Mrs. Robert Rockwell, Winter
Haven, Fla., four sons, Byron, Raymond, and Deo Nellis, Lyons, and Harold
Nellis, Newark, three brothers, Bruce, St. Johnsville, Charles,
Little Falls, and Ernest Nellis, Philadelphia, and three sisters, Mrs.
William Montgomery, Orville, Mrs. Daniel Ruller, Buffalo, and Mrs.
Elmer Walwrath, Syracuse. The Rev. Norman W.
Ross, First Lutheran Church will conduct services in 19 Jackson St,
with burial here.
had the following child:
Devonshire, England August 1815. Anne
December 30, 1899 Canandaigua, New York, at 84 years of age
City clerk office record number 1332.The death record shows her father to be William
Ells, of England. It also states she was a widow, and came to the US 33
COUNTY JOURNAL January 5, 1900
Anne M. Rannie died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Alexander
Grieve, Chapin Street on Saturday after an illness of 10 weeks. Mrs.
Rannie was born in Devonshire, England 84 years ago. She had been in this
country about 33 years. Two
daughters survive her, Mrs. Alexander Grieve and Mrs. W. M. Smith, Gorham
Her death record shows her father to be William Ells, but her
grave marker shows Bales as a surname.
JOURNAL January 5, 1900
DIED - RANNIE -
At Canandaigua, December 30, 1899, Mrs. Anne M. Rannie, widow of
John Rannie, aged 84 years and 4 months. Her
interred 1899 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland 1815.[ii]
20, 1887 in Palmyra, New York, at 71 years of age.
This is on his grave marker, A native of Aberdeenshire, Sco tland.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 25, 1887
OBITUARY - RANNIE
John Rannie, an old and well known citizen of Palmyra, dropped dead at the
Cumming House in that place on Sunday evening at about nine o'clock.
Mr. Rannie had been in his usual health, although he sustained a
severe fall on the icy pavements about two weeks ago.
ALSO SAME PAPER
DIED - RANNIE In Palmyra, Feb. 20, 1887, John Rannie, aged 73 years.
His body was interred 1887 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
was born Jerusalem, New York February 16, 1926.
interred Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
She married Albert
Francis Jr. Hanley
New York, June 24, 1944. Married in
St. Mary's Church.
COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday June
HANLEY - BALL
In St. Mary's Catholic Church, Saturday morning, June 15,
1944, took place the wedding of Miss Lena Louise Ball, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William G. Alexander of Waterloo, formerly of Canandaigua, and
Private Albert F. Hanley, Jr., USA, Camp Clairborne, Louisiana, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert F. Hanley of South Mains Street. The Rev. J. M. O'Beirne,
assistant pastor, performing the ceremony.
were Miss Liza E. Ball, Waterloo, twin sister of the bride, Miss
Dorothy Felelys, of Seneca Falls, and Miss Genevieve Erdle,
Rochester, and Albert F. Hanley, Sr., father of the bridegroom, Charles
J. Cowan and Robert Hanley. Following
the ceremony a reception to about 50 guests was held at the home of the
After a brief wedding trip, Private Hanley will return
to camp and his bride will remain in Waterloo. Both are graduates of Canandaigua
Canandaigua, New York July 28, 1925.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES WED July 29,
4 Col 4
BIRTH - Hanley at Memorial hospital, July 28, 1925 to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hanley, South main Street, a son.
October 20, 1946. At 24
years of age Albert
father of Nancy Lee Hanley
New York, July 28, 1949.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL
August 5, 1949 PAGE 5
At F. F. Thompson Hospital,
July 28, 1949, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Hanley Jr., of South
David P. Bancroft
had the following child:
Ellis B. Dr. Sayre
West Bloomfield, New York, June 27, 1882.
July 7, 1882 PAGE 2
At the home of the bride's parents in West Bloomfield, June 27, 1882, by Rev. D. E. Blaine, Ellis B. Sayre, M. D., of Allen's Hill, to Miss Anna C. Bancroft of West Bloomfield.
Pauline E. Barber
was born Canandaigua, New York September 24, 1907.
September 28, 1996 Canandaigua,
New York, at 89 years. She
Edward Custer McCarthy,
New York, August 01, 1934.[i].
Canandaigua City clerk office record number 29. In the presence of Thomas D.
Kennedy and Mrs. John D. Cotton. It lists his address at 201 Center Street, he
is aged 26, a mec
born Canandaigua. His father is listed as Florance McCarthy, US, and mother
Helen Morrisey, US. Pauline E. Barber, listed at 216 Center Street, age 26
years, a teacher, born Canandaigua, father, Homer E. Barber, US, and mother Ada
A. Hotchkiss, US.
hanic, born Canandaigua. His father is listed as Florance McCarthy, US, and mother Helen Morrisey, US. Pauline E. Barber, listed at 216 Center Street, age 26 years, a teacher, born Canandaigua, father, Homer E. Barber, US, and mother Ada A. Hotchkiss, US.
COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday August 3, 1934, PAGE
4 COL 3
Mc CARTHY - BARBER
St. Mary's rectory Thursday morning took place the marriage of Miss Pauline
E. Barber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer E. Barber, and Edward C.
McCarthy, son of Mrs. Helen F. McCarthy, all of this city.
The Rev. Michael C. Wall, rector, performed the ceremony.
bride who was attended by her sister, Mrs. John D. Cotton, wore a navy
blue and white ensemble with matching accessories.
She carried a shower bouquet of white roses.
Mrs. Cotton wore an ensemble of pale orange plaid organza with
white accessories. She carried
Thomas D. Kennedy acted as best man.
wedding breakfast was served in Wenna Kenna, East Lake Shore.
The bride is a graduate of Canandaigua Academy, class of 25, and Cortland
Normal School, class of 29. For two
years after her graduation she taught in the Geneva schools, and for the past
four years has been an instructor in the city schools. Mr. McCarthy attended
the Academy, and is employed at Hanley's garage. After a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy will reside
for the present with the groom's mother in Center Street.
Carthy was born Canandaigua, New York August 22, 1907.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wed. August 28, 1907
- MC CARTHY
Canandaigua, Aug. 22, 1907, to Mr. and Mrs. Florence McCarthy, Tillotson
St. a son. Edward was the son of
Florence J. McCarthy
Edwarddied January 27, 1985 Canandaigua, New York, at 77 years of age.
ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE
MCCARTHY, EDWARD C.
Canandaigua - Edward McCarthy,
aged 77, of North Main Street, died January 27, 1985 at Elm Manor Nursing Home.
by his wife, Pauline Barber McCarthy, 2 daughters, Mrs. Carl Carol
Cimino of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Emmet Ellen Monaghan of Walnut Creek,
Ca., 5 grandchildren. Prayer
service will be held at the Kennedy and son Funeral Home, 13 Bristol St,
Canandaigua, followed by a Mass at St. Mary's Church.
Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.
At 27 years of age Edward
the father of Carol McCarthy,
NY, March 10, 1935.
COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL March 15, 1935
- Mc CARTHY
At Memorial Hospital, March 10, 1935, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward McCarthy, Center St.
Ralph H.2 Barber was born February 14, 1918. Ralph died September 23, 1988 Rochester, New York, at 70 years of age.
Services today for businessman Ralph Barber
- Services were held today at the Kennedy and Son Funeral Home for
Canandaigua businessman Ralph H. Barber, who died Friday, September 23,
at Rochester General Hospital. Mr.
Barber, 70, lives on West Lake Road. Mr. Barber owned and operated H.
E. Barber and Son Plumbing and Heating Co. on Coach Street, which was founded by
his father in 1911.
was a great guy who loved to play
golf and to hunt", said Raymond Read, former owner of West Side
Electric Shop in Cheshire, who said he knew Mr. Barber for 50 years. We were in the same business but we were friendly
competitors, and we played a lot of golf together.
Barber was a graduate of Canandaigua Academy and attended Syracuse
University. He was a member of the
Baptist Congregation of the United Church, the Kiwanis and Elks clubs, the
Mutual Hook and Ladder Co., Canandaigua Country Club, and Ducks Unlimited.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret C. Barber, two sons, Don Gary, of Westchester, Pa., and Daniel R. Barber, of Williamsburg, Va., a step daughter, Bonita Mincer of Canandaigua, three sisters, Gertrude Brahm, and Pauline McCarthy, both of Canandaigua, and Janis Foland Rodriguez, of Las Vegas, Nev., and several grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.
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