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EDGETT - ELLIS
born 1835. Erastus died September 27, 1901 in
Fergusons, New York, at 66 years of age.
COUNTY JOURNAL October 4, 1901 PAGE
2 COL 4
death of Erastus Edgett occurred at his home at Fergusons on Friday,
September 27. The direct cause was erysipelas. His age was about 66 years. He
had lived most of his life where he died. He was a good citizen, a kind
neighbor, and had many friends.
services were held from his late home on Sunday at 12 o'clock and were largely
attended. His pastor, Rev. Mr. Brown of Benton officiated. His two sons
and four sons in law acted as bearers. His wife preceded him in death about two
children survive, two sons, Frank of Canandaigua, Clarence of Bristol,
and four daughters, Mrs. Chapman, Canandaigua, Mrs. O. Link who
resides near this place, Mrs. Wilbur Allen of Fergusons, Mrs. Josiah
Scott of Bellona, and Miss May Edgett who lives at home.
Ellen Riche. Sarah
was born 1839.
died June 06, 1899 in Ferguson Corners, New
York, at 59 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL June
- At Ferguson's Corners, June 6,
1899, Mrs. Erastus Edgett, aged 60 years. Interment at Gorham.
Erastus Edgett and Sarah Ellen Riche had the following children:
New York, January 27, 1898.
COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL February 4, 1898
Gorham, January 27, 1898, Edward Scott
and Miss Nina Edgett, both of
Frank A.2 Edgett
was born in Benton, Yates Co., New York November 1869.
Ferguson's Corner was also listed as a birthplace. Frank
died February 01, 1918 Canandaigua, New
York, at 48 years of age.
COUNTY JOURNAL February 8, 1918
At Canandaigua, February 1, 1918, Frank A. Edgett, aged 51 years.
death of Frank A. Edgett occurred at his home on Catherine Street on
Friday evening, from Brights Disease and pneumonia. He had been in failing health for some time and had been
confined to the home for nine weeks.
at Ferguson's Corners 51 years ago. After coming to Canandaigua he was employed as an attendant
at Brigham Hall. About 20 years ago he became associated with the W. W. Wilcox
grocery store and later with the Tracey and Parmele grocery firm.
He was well known and was a citizen of the highest character, whose whole
life was upright and honorable in all things.
survive his wife, Mrs. Ursula Tracey Edgett, and five sisters and a
brother, Mrs. Lillie Allen and Mrs. Neva Scott, both at Ferguson's
Corners, Mrs. Cora Chapman, of Reed Corners, Mrs. Minnie Link of
Gorham, and Mrs. Mary Sweickard, of Rochester, and Clarence Edgett
of South Bristol.
The funeral services were held at the home on Monday afternoon. Rev. C. Cleveland Baker pastor of the Presbyterian Church of which the deceased was a member, officiated. The Knights of the Maccabees, Tent No. 168 of which the deceased was a member attended the services. Interment at Woodlawn.
at his home on 53 Catherine Street from Brights disease and pneumonia. Born at
Fergusons Corners 51 years ago. Also employed at Brigham Hall as an attendant.
About 1898 he became associated with the W. W. Wilcox Grocery store and later
with the Tracey and Parmele grocery firm. When taken ill he was employed at the
A. B. Parmele store. He was
survived by five sisters and a brother, Clarence of South Bristol. His
body was interred 1918 Canandaigua, New
York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
He married Ursilla Tracey Canandaigua, New York, October 20, 1898.[i] Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 1002.
ONTARIO REPOSITORY and MESSENGER Thurs. October 27, 1898
MARRIAGE EDGETT - TRACEY
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL October 21, 1898
EDGETT - TRACEY
Canandaigua, October 20, 1898, Frank A. Edgett of Ferguson's Corners, and Miss
Ursilla Tracey of Canandaigua.
SAME PAPER PAGE
3 COL 4
A. Edgett of Ferguson's Corners, and Miss Ursilla Tracey, of this
village, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Tracey, 26 West Gibson Street, at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon, in
the presence of 75 relatives and friends.
ceremony was performed by Rev. C. H. Dickinson, the Episcopal service
being used. The wedding march was
played by Miss Agnes Stevens.
The house was trimmed throughout by autumn leaves. Miss Fannie Shannon
of Rochester was maid of honor. She
wore green organdie and carried pink roses.
The best man was William Tracey, brother of the bride.
ushers were the Misses Katherine Tracey, Grace Blanchard, Jessie Foster,
of this village, Miss Nettie Little of Binghamton, Miss Geraldine
Bounds, of Shortsville, and Miss Elizabeth Clarke, of Rochester, all
of whom were gowned in white. The bride's dress was white organdie over white
silk, and she carried white roses.
the wedding supper, the bride and groom left on the 8 o'clock train for a two
week's trip in the south after which they will be home at 28 Bristol Street. He
is an attendant at Brigham Hall.
and Ursilla Tracey
had the following child:
COUNTY JOURNAL Friday September 12, 1902
PAGE 2 COL
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edgett at Canandaigua, September 7, 1902.
William H.2 Ellis was born in Verona, Oneida County, New York November 27, 1802. William died December 26, 1885 Canandaigua, New York, at 83 years of age.
town, December 25, 1885, William H. Ellis, aged 83 years.
subject of the above sketch was born in the town of Verona, Oneida County, in
this state, November 27, 1802, where he resided with his parents until he was
fourteen years old, when he went to Rome, Oneida County and lived one year with
his uncle, Stephen White. In the winter of 1817 1818 he came with his father's
family to this town, locating near Cheshire. From that time until he was twenty
years old he worked with his father at the carpenter trade. At the age of
twenty, having bought the last year of his minority of his father, he commenced
business on his own account as a building contractor.
1828, having previously married, he moved into this village, and for many years
was known as one of the most prominent business men of the place. In early life
not withstanding his limited means for obtaining an education, he qualified
himself to teach a common school, and was thus engaged for four winters, when it
was the custom to board around and when 2 dollars per month was considered ample
compensation for the services rendered. He was also elected School Inspector and
served in that capacity for a number of years. Captain Ellis was married
in 1826 to Miss Ruth Atwell, with whom he has lived lovingly and happily
for more than half a century.
derived his military title from a Captain's commission bearing the signature of
Gov. DeWitt Clinton. In politics, Capt. Ellis was first an Anti
Mason, then a Whig, and finally a Republican. He was always active in the
support of his political views, and it was at one time said of him by the late Nicholas
G. Cheseboro, that he had more influence and controlled more votes than any
other man in the county.
Ellis was an honest man and good citizen, a kind husband and father, and an
obliging neighbor. He was a member of the Presbyterian church, and sustained the
character of a sincere, consistent Christian. He was the father of eleven
children. Of these only five remain, four men and one daughter, who with their
aged mother mourn his loss.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL January 1, 1886
DIED - ELLIS
In Canandaigua, December 25, 1885, William
H. Ellis, aged 83 years.
He married Ruth Atwater Canandaigua, New York, March 1826.
ONTARIO COUNTY REPOSITORY April 5, 1826
shows her name as Atwell.
Ruth was born Cheshire, New York March 13,
1807. Ruth was the
daughter of Peter Atwater
and Olive Penoyer. Ruth
died May 17, 1889 Canandaigua,
New York, at 82 years of age.[i]
Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 63.Her maiden name is given as
Atwater. Her age is 82 years and 2 months.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
May 24, 1889
DIED - ELLIS
- At the home of her son Albion Ellis in Canandaigua, on
Friday, May 17, 1889, Mrs. Ruth A. Ellis, relict of the late William
H. Ellis, aged 82 years, 2 months and four days.
and Ruth Atwater
had the following children:
was born 1831. William
14, 1899 in Senora, Texas, at 67 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL March 3, 1899
At Senora, Texas, February 14, 1899, William Henry Ellis, of
Canandaigua, aged 68 years.
was born 1843. Ellen died February
15, 1876 Canandaigua, New York, at 32 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES
In this village, Feb 15, 1876, Ellen M.,
youngest daughter of William H. and Ruth Ellis, aged 33 years.
Funeral from the residence of William H. Ellis on Chapin Street tomorrow
at 2 PM.
was born 1847. Charles
died May 10,
1885 Canandaigua, New York, at 37 years of age.
ONTARIO MESSENGER Thurs. May
14, 1885 COL 7
DIED - ELLIS
In this village, Sunday afternoon, May 10th, 1885, Charles B. Ellis, aged
was born 1850. He
Michigan, May 23, 1874.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES 1874
ELLIS - JACKSON
the residence of the bride's father, in the city of Detroit, on Tuesday, the
23rd instant, by Rev. George Worthington, Albert G. Ellis, formerly of
Canandaigua, NY, and Eliza, only daughter of George Jackson Esq.
In the 1870 Canandaigua Census he is listed as a Jeweler like his brother
Daniel Beldon2 Ellis was born in Verona, New York July 14, 1806. Daniel died August 12, 1885 Canandaigua, New York, at 79 years of age.[i] [i]. City Clerk office record number 318.
ONTARIO MESSENGER August
20, 1885 PAGE 3
DIED - ELLIS
At his residence in Canandaigua, on Wednesday, August 12th, 1885, Daniel
Beldon Ellis, in his 80th year.
was born 1816. Lucinda
died March 09, 1888 Canandaigua, New
York, at 71 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY REPOSITORY and MESSENGER Thursday March 15, 1888
At Canandaigua, March 9, 1888, Lucinda Ellis, widow of the late
Daniel B. Ellis, aged 72 years, and 10 months.
Ellis was born Canandaigua, New
York March 1827. Albion died December 30, 1891 Canandaigua, New
York, at 64 years of age.[i]
Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 878. Record states his place of
birth as Canandaigua.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL January 1, 1892
Ellis, a very well known resident of this village, died at his home on
Charlotte Street, Wednesday afternoon of apoplexy after a very short illness. Mr.
Ellis had been subject to apoplexy but previous to Monday he was in fairly
Monday he was severely attacked and grew steadily worse until the end came
Wednesday. He was about 75 years of age, and leaves a widow and three children, Captain
Eugene A. Ellis, of the U. S. Army at Fort Yates, North Dakota, Edson C.
Ellis of North Attleboro, Conn., and Miss Carrie A. Ellis, of
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wednesday January 6, 1892 PAGE
DEATH of ALBION ELLIS
Ellis whose serious illness was mentioned in last week's issue of the Times,
died on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Ellis had been in usual health and
engaged in active work until the previous Monday morning when he was suddenly
stricken with apoplexy at his shop. He
was at once taken to his home on Charlotte St. and medical aid called, but he
never rallied, and after lying two days in an unconscious state, passed away as
Ellis who was nearly 65 years of age was the son of the late William H.
Ellis, and had lived all his life in Canandaigua. He was a carpenter and
builder by trade, and for many years was a leading contractor of the village. He
built a number of the principal business blocks here and many dwelling houses.
Ellis is survived by a wife and three children, Capt. Eugene A. Ellis, 7th
US Cavalry, now stationed at Fort Yates, Dakota, Edson C. Ellis, of North
Attleboro, Mass, and Miss Caroline A. Ellis of this village.
Funeral services conducted by Rev. Mr. Calhoun took place at the
house on Saturday afternoon. He was 64 years and 3 mos. old. His
body was interred 1891 Canandaigua, New
York, West Avenue Cemetery.
He married Sarah Caroline Johnson 1855. Sarah was born in Seneca County, New York July 31, 1835. Sarah was the daughter of Moses Johnson and Mary Dey. Sarah died October 26, 1915 Canandaigua, New York, at 80 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL October 29, 1915
The death of Mrs. Sarah Caroline
Ellis, widow of Albion Ellis, occurred at the Clark Manor house on
Tuesday, aged 80 years. She leaves
two sisters, Mrs. Richard Jones, of Clifton Springs, and Mrs. Esther
Adams of Chapin. Rev. Livingston L. Taylor officiated at the funeral
services yesterday morning. Interment was in West Ave Cemetery.
had the following children:
was born July 1858. Carrie
15, 1905 Canandaigua, New York, at 47 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL September 15, 1905
DEATH OF MISS CAROLINE ELLIS
beloved teacher in the Union School for 15 years. The death of Miss Caroline
Ellis occurred at her home on Charlotte Street this morning at 7 o'clock.
Miss Ellis had been in failing health for some time, a cancerous trouble
undermining her constitution and finally causing her death.
had been a teacher in the Union school of this village for some 15 years. She
gave to her work a faithfulness and an earnestness which made her a valuable
teacher, beloved by her pupils. To her invalid mother, Mrs. Albion Ellis,
her death comes as a sad blow, for she was the last of three children to be
Miss Ellis was a member of the Congregational church and took a part in all its activities as long as her strength would permit. The funeral arrangements are not yet completed. She is listed as a teacher in the 1892 Canandaigua Census.
was born October 1864. Sarah
02, 1871 Canandaigua, New York, at 6 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES February
- On the 2nd instant, Canandaigua,
Sarah Louisa, daughter of Albion and Sarah C. Ellis in
this village, aged 6 years and 4 months.
was born July 1865. Emma
August 20, 1875 Canandaigua, New York, at 10 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES
DIED - ELLIS - In this place on the evening of Friday, the 20th inst., Emma B., daughter of Albion and S. Caroline Ellis, aged 9 years. Her body was interred 1875 Canandaigua, New York, West Avenue Cemetery. 9 years and 1 month old.
was born 1835.
August 25, 1866. I found a marriage record at the Hopewell Archives, Ontario
County, NY, which was filed in 1910. It read as follows, This is to certify that
George W. Ellis of Canandaigua in the State of New York, and Maggie
Burke of Chapinville in the State of New York, were by me joined together in
Holy Matrimony on the twenty fifth day of August in the year of our Lord, one
thousand eight hundred and sixty six, in the presence of L. Hamline Chase,
Edward Gray. Signed by Minister
of the M E Church, Daniel S. Chase.
was born 1850.
Margaret was the daughter of Mr. Burke
and Mrs. Burke. Margaret
died January 06, 1935 Geneva,
New York, at 84 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday January 11, 1935
OBITUARY - ELLIS
Margaret B. Ellis, aged 84 years, widow of George W. Ellis, formerly
of this city, died at the Dixon Sanitarium in Geneva, Sunday night.
Mrs. Ellis was spending the winter with her niece, Mrs. Charles
D. Hilimire in that city. She
had lived in Chicago for the last 15 years.
the niece she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Caswell of Chicago, a
son, Warner Ellis of Geneva, a sister, Kittie Burke, and a
brother, Michael Burke, both of Canandaigua, and three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held from Woodlawn Chapel, Wednesday afternoon, the Rev.
Charles N. St. John of the Congregational church officiating. Interment was
made in Woodlawn Cemetery.
George W. Ellis
and Margaret Burke
had the following children:
B.4 Ellis was born 1874. John died June 1926
Detroit, Michigan, at 51 years of age.
COUNTY TIMES June 30, 1926
John B. Ellis - Word was received here yesterday of the death in Detroit, Michigan, of John B. Ellis, aged 52 years, a former resident of this city. He leaves his mother, Mrs. George W. Ellis, and a sister and brother, Mrs. L. C. Caswell, and G. Warner Ellis, all of Chicago. Remains arrived here last night, and the funeral will be held this afternoon.
was born 1842.
Chicago, Il., June 02, 1884.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
June 13, 1884
ELLIS - WOLCOTT
Chicago, on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. W. H. Walker, Walter H. Ellis, of
Canandaigua, and Miss Hattie L. Wolcott of the former place.
was born 1855. Eugene
died February 21, 1902 in Hot Springs,
Arkansas, at 46 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 28, 1902
Eugene Albion Ellis, of the 13th United States Calvary, died Friday at the
Army and Navy hospital in Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he had been receiving
medical treatment for Bright's disease since November. Failing eyesight
compelled Major Ellis to leave Cuba last August and to come to New York,
where physicians discovered that he was suffering from the dread disease.
He then obtained a four month's sick leave, and accompanied by his wife
and little son, went to Hot Springs hoping to receive permanent benefit.
Ellis was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Albion Ellis, and was born
in Chapinville 46 years ago last August. In
his infancy his parents moved to this village. He was educated in the public
school and the academy. While a student at the latter institution, in 1872, he
was appointed to West Point Military academy through the influence of
Congressman William H. Lamport. He
graduated in 1876 and joined the Eighth Calvary at Fort Clark, Texas. He served
as second and first lieutenant of the Eighth Calvary.
1884 he received a detail at the West Point Military Academy in the department
of modern languages, as assistant professor of French and English.
In 1889 he joined his regiment at Fort Meade, S. D., and took part in the
Sioux Indian Campaign of 1890 91. He was promoted captain of G Troop of the
Eighth Calvary in 1892, and Feb 28, 1901, was made major of the 18th Calvary.
the Spanish war he served as post commander at Fort Niobrara, Neb., and later
went with the army of occupation to Puerto Principe, Cuba.
After serving only a few weeks there with his regiment, he was called as
collector of customs, captain of the port and American counsel at Guantanamo,
Cuba, where he was stationed when his health failed.
The career of Major Ellis had been watched with deep pride and interest by his Canandaigua friends, among whom he had grown up and with whom he had always been a favorite. His rapid promotion in the army testified to the high esteem in which he was held by his superiors.
Ellis was the author of a Dictionary of French Slang.
In 1895, in competition with a large number of army officers, he won a
gold medal for the best essay on, "Discipline in the United States
deceased is survived by his wife who was Miss Kate Spencer, the
daughter of Dr. Thomas Rush Spencer, of Geneva, his mother Mrs. Albion
Ellis, of this village, one daughter, Mrs. Thomas Truslow, of
Guantanamo, Cuba, two sons, Eugene Alexander, and Hamilton Peyton,
one sister, Miss Carrie Ellis, and one brother, Edson C. Ellis,
both of this village.
remains reached Geneva on Monday afternoon, and were taken directly to the
receiving vault at Glenwood Cemetery. In obedience to the request of the family
there was no military display. His
body was interred 1902 Geneva, New York,
He married twice. He married Kate Spencer. Kate is the daughter of Thomas Rush Dr. Spencer. He married an unknown person. In the 1875 Canandaigua Census he is listed as a West Point Cadet, living with his parents.
Edson C.4 Ellis was born Canandaigua, New York September 03, 1869. Edson died July 04, 1905 Canandaigua, New York, at 35 years of age.[i] [i]. Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 1990.The record said he had been shot by a policeman.
COUNTY JOURNAL July 07, 1905
DIED ELLIS -
At Canandaigua, July 4, 1905, Edson C. Ellis, aged 38 years.
NEWSPAPER ACCOUNT of his death.
WARNER'S VERDICT SAYS that OFFICER
FISK was ACTING
Fourth of July witnessed the ending, in a shocking manner, of a once promising
life. Apparently demented, and
acting in a most violent manner toward his family and neighbors, Edson C.
Ellis, aged 38 years, was accidentally shot by an officer who had been
called to arrest him.
story is a sad one, but not unlike others which are constantly being enacted.
Ellis had shown signs of insanity some days before, the police
had been consulted about his case, and he was under surveillance. When word came
soon after noon on Tuesday that Ellis had driven his wife, her mother and
his son from the home on North Pearl Street, known as the Gilbert place,
Officer Delbert Fisk hastened to the scene.
He found Ellis in the yard, with a pair of scissors and an axe he
threatened the life of anyone who attempted to enter.
Fisk tried to reason with the insane man, and when that failed, he
approached him for the purpose of disarming him.
started toward the officer, with axe raised, evidently intending to carry
out his threat. Then Officer
Fisk drew his revolver, intending to fire over Ellis' head and
frighten him into submission. The ball however struck in the right breast,
fractured the clavicle, and cutting through the carotid artery, causing internal
hemorrhage, from which Ellis died 20 minutes later.
to within a few years ago, deceased was a successful traveling salesman. Besides
his wife and six year old son, there survive his mother, Mrs. Sarah C. Ellis,
and one sister, Miss Caroline Ellis.
The story of the shooting was told in detail by witnesses before Coroner
F. P. Warner, at the inquest on Wednesday afternoon. That Fisk had
only intended to frighten the insane man, after patiently trying efforts to
reason with him, was clearly shown by the testimony of all witnesses.
Andrew Brady of the West Gibson street crossing, said that during the
forenoon of the day of the shooting he had ordered Ellis off the railroad
track, telling him that he was in no condition to be walking on the track.
John Engert, who lives nearby, related how Mrs. Ellis' mother Mrs.
Votaw, came to his house crying, shortly after noon saying that Ellis
had driven everyone from the house and threatened to kill anyone who entered the
premises. At her request Mr.
Engert sent one of his daughters to notify the police.
afterward went down to work in his potato patch, near the Ellis house,
and saw Ellis in the yard, acting wildly, and repeating that he would
kill the first person that set foot on the premises. Engert tried to calm him, but seeing that it
was no use, he disregarded his further threats and abuse. He said that Ellis had
a saw and a club on the lawn, and when the officer approached he went back to
where they were. He witnessed the controversy between the two men, the officer
came over to where witness was and inquired about the trouble. Then he went back, he saw Ellis with upraised axe,
heard the shot and he hastened over. Fisk asked witness to telephone for
the ambulance, which he did from the brewery office.
a previous occasion Mrs. Ellis had intimated to him that the lives of the
members of the family were in danger. Officer Delbert Fisk, being sworn,
said that he was about 25 years of age, and had been on the force 13 months. He
said that he answered a call to the Ellis place on July 4 and reached
there about 1 10 PM. As he
approached the house, Ellis got up from a chair in which he was sitting,
and shouted to Fisk not to come in, coupling with it a threat to kill him
if he did. Fisk went on in, starting for the side door, but as as
Ellis approached with the axe, he went to the front door.
found that the other members of the family were not on the premises, he tried to
calm Ellis, whom he described as a savage looking man. He wore no coat,
collar or hat, his shirt was unbuttoned, his hair disheveled and eyes bulging.
Seeing Engert across the road, Officer Fisk left the premises and
went over to inquire about the trouble. He said that he was convinced
that Ellis was a dangerous man to be at large and returned to
repeatedly asked him to put down the axe, but Ellis only drew nearer, and
when just without range of the swinging weapon, the officer began to back off
the premises. Ellis following him with upraised axe, and repeating
threats to kill him. Just before the street line was reached, Fisk
brought out his revolver in the hope of intimidating the madman. A minute later
he pointed the revolver over the man's head, and as he fired, stepped backward
down an embankment about a foot and a half, which brought the shot in range of
the victim, instead of over his head, as intended.
he shot, Ellis had the axe raised above his head, the men were five feet apart, the axe immediately dropped and
the man fell backward. He never spoke and was dead 20 minutes later. The 45
caliber bullet made a savage internal wound, as described above.
was questioned by the coroner regarding the police rules and his understanding
of his duty in dealing with violent persons. He said that he had a right to
protect his own life and that of others, and to use his revolver as a last
resort. He said that he did not fire hastily, that he anticipated trouble with Ellis,
but thought that the show of the weapon would cause him to submit to arrest.
was clear from all the testimony that the step backward down the embankment
caused the shot to take its fatal course. The
statement of Mrs. Votaw and Mrs. Ellis substantiated the testimony
of Engert and the officer. They said in substance that they considered
themselves fortunate that they were not killed. Yesterday Coroner F. P. Warner rendered the following
verdict, Edson C. Ellis came to his death at 1 10 PM on July 4 suffering
from alcoholic insanity, by being shot by Policeman Delbert Fisk when resisting
Policeman was acting under self defense, Ellis having attacked him with
an axe. The nature of this verdict doubtless ends the unfortunate affair.
The funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the home of the
young man's mother, Mrs. Sarah C. Ellis, Charlotte street. Rev. Lewis
T. Reed officiating.
body was interred 1905 Canandaigua, New
York, West Avenue Cemetery.
became the mother of Robert
Canandaigua, New York, December
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL December 9, 1898
- ELLIS -
At Canandaigua, December 1, 1898, to Mr. and Mrs. Edson C. Ellis,
became the mother of Albion Ellis
Canandaigua, New York, February 27,
Edson C. Ellis
and Florence Sanford
had the following children:
Robert D.5 Ellis was born Canandaigua, New York December 01, 1898.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL December 9, 1898
BORN - ELLIS - At Canandaigua, December 1, 1898, to Mr. and Mrs. Edson C. Ellis, a son.
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