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 CROSS - CZARNOWSKY

Fred J. Cross had the following child:

Emma2 Cross was born in Loudenville, New York February 02, 1860. Emma died January 10, 1936 Canandaigua, New York, at 75 years of age.

   ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Page  7  January 17, 1936

CHAPIN -   Mrs. Charles H. Southworth, 75, died Friday evening, January 9, after a short illness in Memorial Hospital. 

Besides her husband, she leaves a son and daughter, John S. Southworth of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Carl B. French, of Farmington, a brother and sister, Fred Cross of Manchester, and Miss Elizabeth Cross, of Albany, seven grandsons and one great grandson, Sidney E. Southworth of Canandaigua. 

Funeral services were held Monday from the home, and from the Manchester Methodist Church, the Rev. Stephen S. Pratt, of Canandaigua, officiating. Interment at Pioneer Cemetery, Manchester .

 She married Charles Henry Southworth Chapinville, New York, April 08, 1884. 

               ONTARIO  MESSENGER  Thursday April 17, 1884         PAGE  3

                           MARRIED     SOUTHWORTH   -  CROSS

At the M. E. parsonage, Chapinville, April 8th, 1884, by Rev. Wm. M. Benger, Charles H. Southworth and Emma Cross, both of Manchester, New York.

             Charles Henry Southworth - Charles was born New York 1861.  Charles was the son of John D. Southworth and Betsey A. Downer   Charles died April 21, 1936 Hopewell, New York, at 74 years of age.

                 ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday April 24, 1936

                               THE  DEATH  RECORD  SOUTHWORTH  

                At Chapin, April 21st, 1936, Charles H. Southworth, 75. 

 John Crowley  had the following children:

Anna Crowley  was born 1873.  Anna died January 25, 1908 Victor, New York, at 34 years of age. 

  VICTOR  HERALD  January 31, 1908   PAGE  3  COL  1  Friday

Victor - The death of Mrs. Martin Mulheron occurred shortly after nine Saturday evening at her home Southwest of this village. Mrs. Mulheron had been a sufferer for over a year with Bright's disease, but was thought to be better, and on the Thursday preceding her death was able to drive to this village and walk about the streets.

 She was formerly Miss Anna Crowley, and the early part of her life was passed in the town of Farmington. After her marriage Mrs. Mulheron resided at Fishers before moving to the farm where the family now reside. Mrs. Mulheron was only 35 years of age. She was a woman of fine character and had many friends who sincerely mourn her loss. She was a devout member of St. Patrick's church.

Besides her husband three children are left, two sons and one daughter. Mrs. Mulheron is also survived by her father John Crowley who resides in this town with his son, one sister, Mary, who resides in the Southern part of this state, and five brothers, Patrick, Dennis, James Crowley of Deluth Minn., William this town, Michael of Farmington. She married Martin Mulheron.

Henry T.2 Cuykendall was born Owasco, New York May 27, 1862.  Henry died March 28, 1917 Victor, New York, at 54 years of age.

              VICTOR HERALD  March  30, 1917

                   OBITUARY   CUYKENDALL

Henry T. Cuykendall, aged 51 years, died at his home on School Street in this village early Wednesday morning. The cause of death was heart trouble, with which Mr. Cuykendall had for some time been afflicted, aggravated by a serious two weeks illness with grippe. Death was not unexpected, as his life had hung in the balance for several days.

 Henry T. Cuykendall was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Cuykendall, and was born, May 27, 1862, at Owasco, NY. When 23 years of age, Henry married Miss Francie Francisco at Sempronious, NY. Mr. and Mrs. Cuykendall moved to Victor in 1902, and resided here since.

  Mr. Cuykendall was an industrious, straightforward, and kind hearted man and had made many friends in Victor. He was the organizer and first chief engineer of the Victor Fire Department, and should be held in grateful memory by the citizens of this village for his unselfish and public spirited efforts in behalf of that organization. He had long been an employee of the Locke Insulator Mfg. Co.

Mr. Cuykendall is survived by his wife and six children, three daughters, Goldie, now Mrs. Homer Hunt, and Gertrude and Mildred Cuykendall, all of Victor, and three sons, Archie and Howard Cuykendall, also of Victor, and Earle who resides in Rochester, and six grandchildren. A sister, Mrs. Fred Sherman, lives in Moravia. The funeral services will be conducted from the family home on School street on Saturday afternoon. Rev. James W. Allatt of the Methodist Episcopal church will officiate. Interment in Boughton Hill Cemetery.

                          VICTOR HERALD   FRONT PAGE April 6, 1917

                                            RESOLUTIONS  OF  RESPECT  

The following tribute to the late Henry M. Cuykendall, first chief of the Victor Fire Department, was adopted at a meeting of the department council, held on Thursday of last week. The Victor Fire Department desires to place on record its expression of sympathy with the bereaved family of our former member, Mr. Henry M. Cuykendall.

In their great loss and sorrow through his death, and to record the high esteem in which he was held by his fellow members. It was due to his active urgency several years ago, that a volunteer Fire Department was organized in the village of Victor, and by his continued fostering was thoroughly equipped with apparatus for modern use.

The department members have been stimulated by his sincere interest and helped by his good fellowship, and the entire community has been the beneficiary of his service, It is hereby resolved That this memorial minute be entered upon the records of the Department and published in the Victor press, and that a copy be sent to the family of our brother.

                     ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL

                                 DIED     COYKENDALL

At Victor, March 28, 1917, Henry T. Coykendall, aged 54 years.

                He married Frankie Francisco Sempronius, New York, 1885. Frankie was born Farmington, New York October 24, 1868.  Frankie died April 13, 1924 Victor, New York, at 55 years of age.

                     VICTOR  HERALD  April 18, 1924

                        OBITUARY   CUYKENDALL

Mrs. Frankie Cuykendall, widow of Henry Cuykendall, who was stricken with paralysis on Monday of last week, died on Sunday, April 13th, at her home on Maple Avenue.

Mrs. Cuykendall was born on October 24, 1868. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Goldie L. Hunt, Mrs. Grace M. Farrell, and the Misses Gertrude R. and Mildred E. Cuykendall, all of Victor, and three sons, Archie and Howard of Victor, and Earl of Rochester, nine grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Lisle Harrison of Victor, two brothers, Elijah Francisco of Farmington, and Elmer Francisco of Springfield Ohio.

Funeral services were held at 2 30 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Grace M. Farrell. Rev. J. W. Allatt of Penfield officiated. Burial was made in the family plot in Boughton Hill Cemetery.  

Archie Cuykendall was born in Mumford, New York 1890.  Archie died 1959 Victor, New York, at 69 years of age.  His body was interred 1959 Victor, New York, Boughton Hill Cemetery  He married Alta Lucille VanDenbergh  Holly, New York, November 16, 1916.

                       Alta Lucille VanDenbergh  was born Victor, New York May 13, 1895.  Alta was the daughter of Henry Jenner VanDenbergh and Rosanna Amelia Fenton .  Alta died August 26, 1963 Canandaigua, New York, at 68 years of age. 

                    CANANDAIGUA  DAILY  MESSENGER August 27, 1963  

VICTOR Mrs. Alta V. Cuykendall, 68, of 104 School Street, Victor, died Monday in Thompson Hospital, Canandaigua.  Mrs. Cuykendall was born May 13, 1895, the daughter of the late Rosanna Fenton and Henry J. VanDenbergh.  She was the widow of Archie Cuykendall.

She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. I. B. Ruth Estes, and Mrs. Lewis Ruby Kesel of Victor, and Mrs. Eugene Eva Erickson of Palmetto, Florida.  Friends may call at Cotton Funeral Home.  Burial will be in the Boughton Hill Cemetery.

                                ROCHESTER  DEMOCRAT  and CHRONICLE

CUYKENDALL  -  Alta Cuykendall, 104  School Street, Victor, NY, August 26, 1963.  She leaves three sisters, Mrs. I. B. Ruth Estes, Mrs. Eugene Eva Erickson, Palmetto, Florida, Mrs. Lewis Ruby Kesel, Victor, several nieces and nephews.

                  VICTOR HERALD  Friday October 25, 1929

 MAN ABOUT TOWN - Archie Cuykendall has resigned the position of Village Chief of Police.  

 Howard B. Cuykendall  was born June 03, 1905.  Howard died June 1965 at 60 years of age.

                VICTOR  HERALD  Fri. September 11, 1931  PAGE  1  COL  4

             VICTOR BOY GOES TO SAN DIEGO FOR NAVAL TRAINING

Howard B. Cuykendall, Apprentice Seaman who has been spending a 12 day leave of absence with his brother Archie and Mrs. Cuykendall, left Monday to report at Great Lakes Naval Training base.
 

Earl3 Cuykendall   was born June 19, 1892.  Earl  died September 1973 Rochester, New York, at 81 years of age.[i]  [i]. Information taken from SSDI. Last known residence was Rochester, NY.

 Earl Cuykendall had the following children:

 Florence4 Cuykendall died April 07, 1941 Rochester, New York.  She married Richard Germann.

        THE  VICTOR  HERALD  April 11, 1941

GERMANN -  Mrs. Florence Cuykendall Germann of Rochester, entered into rest Monday, April 7, 1941, in the Genesee Hospital in Rochester.  She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cuykendall of Rochester, former residents of Victor, and a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cuykendall.   

The surviving relatives besides her parents are her husband, Richard Germann, a sister, Ruth, a brother Henry, all of Rochester.  Funeral services took place from the home of her parents. Interment was made in White Haven Memorial Park. 

 

William August Christov Czarnowsky2 Camp was born December 23, 1882.  William died July 20, 1955 Rochester, New York, at 72 years of age.  He married Jessie Belle VanGelder Rochester, New York, December 12, 1905.

                 ONTARIO  COUNTY  JOURNAL December 15, 1905  PAGE 

                                     CZARNOWSKY  -  VANGELDER

At Rochester, December 12, 1905, William Czarnowsky and Miss Jessie B. VanGelder, both of Rochester, formerly of Canandaigua.

Jessie Belle VanGelder -   Jessie was born Chapinville, NY November 13, 1887.  Jessie was the daughter of George Byron VanGelder and Elizabeth Ann Wheatley.  Jessie died January 15, 1946 Rochester, New York, at 58 years of age.

            DEMOCRAT  and  CHRONICLE Thursday  January 17, 1946

          DEATHS   CAMP

Entered into rest at her home, 520 Monroe Avenue, Tuesday January 15, 1946, Jessie Belle Camp. 

 She is survived by her husband, William C. Camp, three daughters, Mrs. Otto Owen of New Mexico, Mrs. Earl Elkie, and Mrs. Walter Grinell of Rochester, three sons, Raymond of Canandaigua, Paul,  SRV  US  Navy of Brooklyn, and Karl of Buffalo, two sisters, Mrs. Herbert Cole, and Mrs. Arthur Andrews of Chapin, NY, three brothers, Louis A. VanGelder of Canandaigua, Charles E. VanGelder of Chapin, and Pfc. David E. VanGelder of Clifton Springs, also 11 grand children. Friends may call at L. Schauman's Sons, 600 Clinton Ave. N., where a short service will be held Thursday evening. Services at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Cole, Chapin, NY on Friday at 3 PM. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Canandaigua.

        At 19 years of age Jessie became the mother of Raymond George Czarnowsky Camp Canandaigua, New York, January 26, 1907. 

                       CANANDAIGUA  CHRONICLE January 30, 1907

                                       BORN -   CVARNOWSKY

 In township of Canandaigua, January 26, 1907, to William and Mrs. Jessie VanGelder Cvarnowsky, a son. 

                       ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 1, 1907  PAGE 3 COL 5

                                    BORN    CZARNOWSKY

  In Canandaigua township, January 26, 1907, to Mr. and Mrs. William Czarnowsky, a son.

         At 24 years of age William became the father of Raymond George Czarnowsky Camp Canandaigua, New York, January 26, 1907.

                     CANANDAIGUA  CHRONICLE January 30, 1907

                                    BORN     CVARNOWSKY

 In township of Canandaigua, January 26, 1907, to William and Mrs. Jessie VanGelder Cvarnowsky, a son.

                         ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 1, 1907  PAGE 3 COL 5

                                BORN     CZARNOWSKY

 In Canandaigua township, January 26, 1907, to Mr. and Mrs. William Czarnowsky, a son.

                     ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL August 5, 1932

LOCAL  BREVITIES -  Mr. and Mrs. William Camp of Clifton Springs have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Louise Camp, to Otto A. Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Owen of Branchport. 

The announcement was made at a birthday party given by Mr. and Mrs. Camp, Tuesday evening, in honor of Miss Camp and Miss Evelyn Martin, and Paul Camp of Canandaigua.

                     ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday January 1, 1937

HOPEWELL  CENTER -     Mr. and Mrs. William Camp of the Orleans road entertained Mr. and Mrs. Otto Owen and daughter, Rae Ellen of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Camp, Miss Evelyn Martin, and Miss Ethel Douglass of Canandaigua at a dinner party and Christmas tree on Christmas Eve. 

William August Christov Czarnowsky Camp and Jessie Belle VanGelder had the following children:

 Raymond George Czarnowsky3 Camp was born Canandaigua, New York January 26, 1907. 

                    CANANDAIGUA  CHRONICLE January 30, 1907

                                    BORN     CVARNOWSKY

 In township of Canandaigua, January 26, 1907, to William and Mrs. Jessie VanGelder Cvarnowsky, a son.

                  ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 1, 1907  PAGE 3 COL 5

                                   BORN       CZARNOWSKY

 In Canandaigua township, January 26, 1907, to Mr. and Mrs. William Czarnowsky, a son.

 

Elizabeth Louise Camp  was born August 18,1911.  Elizabeth died August 11, 1989 in Phoenix, Arizona, at 77 years of age.   She married Otto A. Owen November 24, 1935.

                              ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES

                       MARRIAGE          OWENCAMP

Miss Elizabeth Louise Camp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Camp of Hopewell, and Otto Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Owen of Branchport, were united in marriage at the Methodist Episcopal church in this city, Thursday at noon. Rev. S. G. Houghton performed the ceremony in the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends. Mrs. William Turner played the wedding music.

The bride wore a gown of midnight blue chiffon velvet with white lace hat and carried white chrysanthemums. She was attended by Miss Una Pooley of Lakeport, who was gowned in maroon chiffon velvet with a yellow lace hat and carried yellow chrysanthemums.  Raymond Camp, brother of the bride, was best man.

 After a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Owen will live on the groom's farm in the town of Gorham. The bride's going away costume was of dark blue. Mrs. Owen is a graduate of Canandaigua Academy, class of 1930, and Mr. Owen is a graduate of Branchport High School.

                            At 24 years of age Elizabeth  became the mother of Rae Ellen Owen Buffalo, New York, July 09, 1936. 

                                 ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday August 5, 1932  PAGE  4 COL  5

 LOCAL  BREVITIES -      Mr. and Mrs. William Camp of Clifton Springs, announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Louise Camp, to Otto A. Owen of Branchport.  The announcement was made at a birthday dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Camp, Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Camp and Miss Evelyn Martin and Paul Camp of Canandaigua. 

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