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BENNETT - BLANCHARD
Henrywas born Victor, New York October 31, 1915. Henry was the son of William Henry Sadler and Mary Louise Drury . Henry died October 30, 2001 Mendon, New York, at 85 years of age.
THE DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE November 2, 2001
Death Notices -
October 30, 2001
Predeceased by his wife, Grace and two grandchildren. Survived by daughter, Burnice Nathan Herendeen, two sons, Harry Tom Evelyn, and James Edgar Sharon Sadler, two sisters, Helen Ernst, Ruth Ernest Henehan, brother Clifford Joan Sadler, 8 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins. He was Past Chief of the Mendon Fire Department with over 65 years of service. Miller's Corners Cemetery, Ionia, NY.
had the following child:
New York, July 04, 1843 Lewis
born Victor, New York May 24, 1819. Lewis
was the son of Mr. Cronk
and Mrs. Cronk
August 18, 1899 Victor, New York, at 80 years of age.
HERALD Friday August
18, 1899 PAGE
5 COL 2
W. Cronk, of this village, died this morning at about 5 o'clock.
Mr. Cronk was 80 years of age, and had been a resident of this
town since his birth. The funeral
will be held Sunday afternoon, in the Grove at the residence of the deceased.
Rev. T. Whiffin of Oswego will conduct the services.
HERALD Friday August 25, 1899 Front
REAPER - LEWIS W.
W. Cronk was born May 24, 1819 in this town, and had lived here all his
life, with the exception of 15 years. He was the youngest of three boys, there
being eight children in the family, five girls and three boys. Only two of the
family are now living.
Mr. Cronk was converted in the old M. E. Church in this
village, February 1843 under the labors of Zina J. Buck, Pastor.
He was married July 4, 1843 to Angeline Benson, daughter of
He was licensed to exort in October 1843, his license being
renewed from time to time until 1852 when he received a license to preach. In
1857 he was ordained Deacon in Canandaigua acting as a supply.
He was a member of the M. E. church for 29 years, then joined the Free
Methodists church in 1872 and Free Methodist Conference in 1873, on probation,
and in full connection in 1876.
Mr. Cronk was then ordained Elder, his first appointment
being Alton, Wayne Co., and after preaching there one year, was sent to
Frankfort, one year, Edmonston, two years, and Bushnells Basin for two years. At
the close of his work in Bushnells Basin, he located in Victor, moving upon the
farm where he resided until his death. Mr.
Cronk was very decided in his way, and opinions, and was a strong
prohibistionist. He was always
upright and honest in his dealings with his fellowmen.
leaves to mourn his loss, a wife, two sisters, Mrs. Delevan Cline of
Jackson, Michigan, and Mrs. Mary Nelson, of Rochester, NY, and one
adopted daughter, Mrs. P. M. Skuse, of this place, two grandchildren, Mrs.
C. A. Saunders, Despatch, NY, and Mrs. Carrie Bowers of this place,
and three great grandchildren, besides nephews and nieces.
funeral will be held in the Maple Grove in front of the residence of the
deceased, one half mile east of East Victor, and was largely attended.
Interment in the Village Cemetery.
interred 1899 Victor, New York, Victor Village Cemetery.
was born 1836. Esther
09, 1903 Canandaigua, New York, at 67 years of age.
A. Power .
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL September 11, 1903
PAGE COL 6
- At Canandaigua, September 9, 1903, Mrs. Esther L. Power,
wife of Morey E. Power, aged 67 years.
SAME PAGE COL
POWER - At her
home on Prospect Street on Wednesday evening occurred the death of Mrs.
Esther L Berry, wife of Morey E. Power, aged 67 years. Deceased had
been in feeble health for several years.
Besides her husband she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. J. M. Stokoe of this village, Mrs. L. D. Herendeen, Farmington, and Mrs. Herbert Wiley, Victor, and one son, L. W. Power of NY, three brothers, Joseph and William Berry of this village, John Berry of Bristol, one sister, Mrs. O. M. Hitchcock of this village.
was born 1837. Morey was
the son of Waterman Power
and Phebe C.
01, 1915 Canandaigua, New York, at 78 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. October 08, 1915
POWER - The
death of Morey A. Power occurred at his home on Prospect Street on Friday
morning after a long illness, aged 78 years. Deceased had been a resident of
Canandaigua for 25 years.
He is survived by his wife, one son Luke W. Power, of
New York City, by three daughters, Mrs. L. D. Herendeen of Farmington, Mrs.
Herbert Wiley and Mrs. John M. Stokoe of this city, and by two
brothers and two sisters, Mrs. Ralph Wisner and DeWitt Power of
Canandaigua, Mrs. Gillam, of Oregon, and Sibley Power of Victor. Rev.
Guy L. Morrill officiated at the funeral services on Monday. Interment at
HERALD October 8, 1915
A. Power died at his home at 224 Prospect Street, Canandaigua, Saturday
morning after a long illness. He was 78 years of age. Mr. Power was for
many years a resident of Farmington, and was well known in this locality. For
several years past he had lived in Canandaigua.
Those who survive are his wife, a son Luke W. Power of
New York, and three daughters, Mrs. L. D. Herendeen of Farmington, Mrs.
John Stokoe of Canandaigua, Mrs. Hervert Wiley, Canandaigua, two
brothers, Dewitt Power of Canandaigua, and Sibley Power of Victor,
two sisters, Mrs. Ralph Wisner of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Gilliam of
services were held at his late home at 2 Monday afternoon, the Rev. Guy L.
Morrill, Pastor of the Presbyterian church in Canandaigua, officiating.
Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.
BIDWELL and Anna Martin
had the following child:
was born Oswego, New York January 27, 1896.
22, 1971 Wolcott, New York, at 75 years of age.
Anthony Joseph Olsowsky,
York, August 11, 1919.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES Monday August 11, 1919
WEDDING Olsowsky - Bidwell
marriage of Miss Hazel Bidwell, of 63 Lyceum Street, to Anthony
Olsowsky of North Exchange Street, took place this morning at 10 o'clock at
the Immaculate Conception Church in Fulton, Rev. Father Lindsman of that
city performing the ceremony. The attendants were Miss Esther Ferris and Frank
Connors, both of this city.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents in Fulton, after which the couple left for an auto trip through the Adirondacks, and on returning will make their home in this city, where the groom has a position.
and CHRONICLE Thursday
September 23, 1971
WOLCOTT - A 77 year old Cayuga County man and his wife were killed yesterday in a two car accident along Route 104, just south of Red Creek in the town of Wolcott. State Police identified the dead as Anthony J. Olsowsky, of 519 Cayuga St. Fulton, and his wife, Hazel Marie, 73. They were eastbound on the state highway at 5 35 PM, when their 1965 sedan collided with a second auto at the junction of Wayne County Routes 104A and 400.
the second car was the driver, LeRoy Cook, 27, and passengers, Daniel
Mortimer, 28, owner of the auto, and Murray Thomas, 29, all residents
of the Fowler Labor Camp, Town of Huron.
R. D. Cruz said the Cook auto was northbound on County Road 400 and failed
to stop at a stop sign and a flashing red light. Route 104A continues north on
the other side of the intersection. He
said the Olsowsky vehicle evidently struck the Cook auto on the left side near
the middle of the intersection. Both Mr. and Mrs. Olsowsky were ejected.
William J. Welch of Newark, acting coroner's physician, pronounced them dead
at the scene at 6 55 PM. Cook, a broken rib and face cuts. He was
admitted overnight to Myers Community Hospital, Sodus.
Thomas and Mortimer were treated and released.
charge of driving while intoxicated has been lodged against Cook, and a
charge of negligent homicide is pending, said Jack Tanzi, a State Police
investigator. After the impact, the two cars skidded through the intersection
and ended right side up off the highway along Route 104A in the northeast corner
of the junction. There were two witnesses to the accident, said Cruz.
E.1 Bills was born 1870. Charles
died March 09, 1943 Canandaigua, New
York, at 72 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL March 12, 1943
OBITUARY - BILL
services for Charles E. Bill, 73, who died at the home of his son, Lester
I. Bill, West Avenue, Tuesday, March 9, 1943, will be held from the home
this Friday, the Rev. Paul V. Arow officiating. Interment will be made in
are one daughter, and two sons, Mrs. Richard Paxson of Buffalo, and Floyd
and Lester Bill of Canandaigua, two sisters, Mrs. Hattie B.
Skinner of Wayland, and Mrs. Clarence Branch of Rochester, also eight
grandchildren and one grand grandchild.
Lester L.2 Bills
was born October 16, 1894. Lester
died April 1964 at 69 years of age.
Victor, New York, March 06, 1917.
HERALD Friday March 9, 1917
very pretty wedding took place Tuesday evening, in the country home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Washburn, five miles south west of Victor, when their
daughter, Miss Ethel Washburn, was united in marriage to Lester Bills,
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bills of Wayland, N. Y.
The Rev. E. J. Shank, pastor of the Mendon Baptist church
performed the ceremony, using the ring service.
bride's gown was of white satin combined with Irish point lace and she wore a
corsage bouquet of delicate pink sweet peas. Her attendant was Miss Mabel
Bills of Wayland, a sister of the groom, who was prettily gowned in light
blue crepe de chine and wore a corsage bouquet of pink roses.
best man was Earl Washburn, a brother of the bride. Promptly at five, the bride
and groom, with their attendants, descended the stairway while the wedding march
was beautifully rendered by Mrs. Oland Griffin of Rochester.
The bridal party took its place in the parlor, beneath a large white bell
suspended from the ceiling. One hundred guests witnessed the ceremony.
the ceremony a sumptuous wedding supper was served by Mrs. Wallace, a
Honeoye Falls caterer. Covers were laid fore sixteen at the bride's table.
Daffodils were used in the table decoration. The house decorations were robins
egg blue and white.
following young men, cousins of the bride, served the refreshments, Floyd
Bills, Roy Turner, LeRoy Bennett, Gordon Barnum, Leonard Barry, and Ira
Washburn. The bride's going away
suit was of burgundy with trimmings of mole skin and she wore a Spring hat to
bride received many beautiful gifts, which included cut glass, linen, silver,
china, furniture and money. There were several prenuptial events. Out of town
guests were from Honeoye Falls, Wayland, Rochester, and Canandaigua. Twenty were
present from Victor. Mr. and Mrs. Bills left for a short western trip,
Wednesday morning, and on their return will reside in Rochester.
Lester L. Bills and Ethel Washburn had the following children:
was born 1920. Henrietta
January 10, 2001 Canandaigua, New York, at 80 years of age.
interred 2001 Geneva, New York, Glenwood Cemetery.
Shenkman - Bernard
Rochester, New York September 06, 1915. Bernard
is the son of Louis Nathan Shenkman
At 27 years of age Bernard
father of Shelley Shenkman
Seattle, Washington, February 12, 1943.
COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. Feb. 19, 1943
BIRTH SHENKMAN - At Seattle, Washington, February 12, 1943, a daughter to Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Bernard Shenkman. Mrs. Shenkman was Miss Henrietta Bill, of Canandaigua
was born April 13, 1899.
Agatha was the daughter of Frank George Freer
and Maude Phillips
died June 16, 1976 in West
Walworth, New York, at 77 years of age.
DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE Thurs. June
17, 1976 PAGE 5 B
of Bills Road, June 16, 1976. Survived by her daughters, Mrs. Bryant Esther
Parsons, Mrs. Gerald Beth DeMoff, of West Walworth, sons, Howard of
West Walworth, Donald, of Carmel, NY, sisters, Mabel Wickens of
Warsaw, Florence Lawrence of Palmyra, Eva Freer Frances McDowell of
Wolcott, Helen of Buffalo, brothers, Floyd, Harley, and Russell,
all of Wolcott, 21 grandchildren, and 9 gr grandchildren.
may call at Nulton Funeral Home, Saturday. Interment West Walworth Cemetery.
Donations to West Walworth Baptist Church in her memory.
was born July 18, 1922.
Hemarried Elsie Riley. Elsie was born January 22, 1918. Elsie was the daughter of Eugene Walter Riley and Florence Peach . Elsie died July 05, 1989 in Fort Myers, Florida, at 71 years of age.
DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE Friday July 7, 1989 PAGE 2B
of Penfield, July 5, 1989 at Fort Myers, Florida, Mrs. Bills is survived
by her husband, Howard, daughters and husbands, Dianne and James Place
of Pt. Charlotte, Florida, Bonnie and James Bendschneider of Fairport,
son Allen Bills of N. H., seven grandchildren. Friends invited to Nulton
Funeral Home, Penfield Rd.. Expressions of sympathy may be directed to the
Penfield Vol. Ambulance.
was born in Victory, Cayuga Co., New York August 10, 1854.
15, 1913 Canandaigua, New York, at 58 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
Fri. January 17, 1913
DEATH - MRS. NETTIE MOREY
Wednesday evening at 7 PM occurred the death of Mrs. Nettie Morey, wife
of Oren E. Morey, of Bristol Street, following an illness of long
Mrs. Morey was born on August 10, 1854 at Victory, Cayuga
County, this state, and was consequently 58 years and five months of age. She
was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Blanchard. On January 5, 1874 she
married Owen E. Morey at Hannibal Center, Oswego County.
She is survived by her husband, one son, Clair L. Morey, and three grandchildren, all of this village. Two brothers, Day Blanchard of Michigan and Benjamin Blanchard of Mariville, and a sister, Mrs. Alice Chase of East Rochester, also survive. Her body was interred 1913 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
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