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ELWELL - ENGERT
and Eleanor Reynolds
had the following child:
Sibley Ebenezer Nott
Canandaigua, New York October 07, 1843.
Sibley was the son of Ebenezer Sumner Nott
July 22, 1928 Cheshire, New York, at 84 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri.
July 27, 1928 PAGE
Grief spread over the community on Sunday morning at the death of
Sibley E. Nott, aged Civil War Veteran. Although his health had been failing
the past year, his death was sudden as he had been around as usual, and had been
to the general store with his basket on his arm for groceries as had been his
custom for many years.
was the last surviving member in this place of the Charles R. Lilly Post GAR. He
was born on October 7, 1843 in a log house on the road going West from the late John
L. Curtis place. He enlisted in the war of the Rebellion on December 14,
in Company H 4th Heavy Artillery, and was wounded in the arm in the
campaign on April 2, 1865.
On August 9 he received his discharge owing to his injury.
was well known as a teacher of rural schools, was Postmaster here for several
years, and Justice of the Peace for several terms. Mr. Nott was married
twice, having married Miss Eleanor Elwell who passed away leaving him
with three small children.
later married Miss Marie Turner who
died in 1908.
He leaves one son and one daughter, Charles Nott, West Lake Road,
and Mrs. James Underwood, Middlesex, one sister, Mrs. Minnie Ketchum
of Rochester. A daughter, Mrs. Elmer Outhouse died a little over a year
services were held Tuesday at 1 PM. Interment at Pine Bank Cemetery. Six
grandsons acted as bearers. A quartet composed of Judge and Mrs. Robert F.
Thompson, Gordon L. Holcomb of Canandaigua, and Mrs. John Curtis
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES July 25, 1928
Sibley E. Nott, a well known veteran of the Civil War, died at his home in Cheshire on Sunday morning, aged 84 years. Mr. Nott was a much esteemed citizen and had formerly held the office of Justice of the Peace for a number of years.
enlisted at Canandaigua on Dec. 14, 1863, in Co. H. 4th NY Heavy Artillery and
was wounded at the battle of Five Forks on April 2, 1865, receiving his
discharge on August 18 of that year.
He leaves a son, Charles Nott residing on the west shore of Canandaigua lake, and a daughter, Mrs. Minnie Underwood of Middlesex, besides several grandchildren. Another daughter, Mrs. Elmer J. Outhouse, died some months ago.
The funeral was held from the church in Cheshire yesterday afternoon, with Rev. George E. Finlay of the Baptist church officiating. Gordon L. Holcomb, Mrs. John Curtis and Justice and Mrs. Robert F. Thompson sang. Burial was in Pine Bank cemetery at Cheshire. A firing squad of eight men from the American Legion in charge of Commander Thomas Kennedy fired a volley at the grave and Gordon L. Holcomb Sr. sounded Taps.
F.1 Engert was born in Lincoln, Wayne
Co., New York February 1871. Charles
died May 05, 1947 Victor, New
York, at 76 years of age. Information
derived from Victor Town Register as follows, Charles Engert, Feb 14,
1869 to May 5, 1947, age 47,
widowed, Amy Eisler, Farmer, own farm, born Ontario, NY, father is John,
Canandaigua, NY, mother, Margaret (per 1880 LDS census; his parents from
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday May 9,
The Death Record
- At Victor, May 5, 1947, Charles Engert.
- At Victor, May 5, 1947, Charles Engert.
was born in Wayneport, Wayne Co., New
York April 18, 1873. Her grave
marker shows birth year as 1872. Emma was the daughter of Benjamin
and Elizabeth Bowman.
died January 02, 1936 Victor, New York,
at 62 years of age.
VICTOR HERALD January
10, 1936 PAGE 1
Emma Engert, wife of Charles Engert, passed away at her home here on
Thursday, January 2, 1936.
her husband she is survived by a brother, Fred Isler of Rochester, five
daughters, Clara Brizee, and Edna Anderson of Fairport, Hattie and
Esther Engert of Victor, and Ethel Engert of Macedon, three sons,
Fred of Pittsford, Charles of Victor, and George of E.
Rochester, and several grandchildren. Interment in Boughton Hill.
Charles F. Engert
and Emma Isler
had the following children:
born Canandaigua, New York February 09, 1894.
New York, June 17, 1912 She was age
18, born Canandaigua, NY. He was a resident of Macedon. His father was listed as
William S. Brizee, and mother, Mary E Dake. Witnessed by
Elizabeth C. Gaylord and W. T. Curtice.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
Friday June 28, 1912
BRIZEE - ENGERT
Canandaigua, June 17, 1912, William H. Brizee of Macedon, and Miss Clara Engert,
Howard Brizee was born South
Lima, New York August 03, 1890. William was the son of William S. Brizee
and Mary E.
born Canandaigua, New York September 26, 1895. She
Frank B. Anderson
New York, August 06, 1916.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday August 11, 1916
At Macedon, August 6, 1916, Frank B. Anderson, of Victor and Miss Edna Engert of Canandaigua.
F. Jr. Engert was
born Canandaigua, New York August 12, 1899.
Charles died April 25,
1937 Canandaigua, New York, at 37 years of age.
VICTOR HERALD Friday
April 30, 1937 PAGE
Charles Engert Jr., a resident of Victor, passed away Sunday April 25,
1937 in Thompson Memorial Hospital in Canandaigua. He is survived by his father Charles,
five sisters, two brothers. Interment at Boughton Hill. His
interred 1937 Victor, New York, Boughton Hill Cemetery.
York, November 11, 1925.
November 20, 1925 PAGE 8
ENGERT - MAHNKE
Engert Jr., of Boughton Hill, and Miss Louise Mahnke of Rochester,
were united in marriage in Rochester on Wed., November 11th.
They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brizee of Victor,
brother in law and sister of the groom.
the ceremony a wedding dinner was served by Mrs. Alice Graham at 108 Silver
Street, Rochester. Mr.
and Mrs. Engert will make their home at 190 Fourth Street in Rochester.
Hattie Emma Engert was born Canandaigua, New York September 26, 1904.[i] Hattie died March 18, 1911 Canandaigua, New York, at 6 years of age. [i]. Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 3061
COUNTY TIMES Wed. March 22, 1911
Emma Engert, the seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engert, Phelps Street, died at the Memorial Hospital Annex on Saturday night of Scarlet fever. The child who had been dangerously ill for some time, was taken to the hospital about twenty four hours before her death. Another child from the Engert family was taken to the hospital on Monday morning suffering from the same disease.
George2 Engert was
born in Lincoln, New York September 09, 1856.
Death record states he was born in Lincoln, NY. John
died October 14, 1941
Canandaigua, New York, at 85 years of age.[i]
Canandaigua City Clerk office death record number 145 on Page 112. The informant
on the record was W. Thomas Sprentall at 175 Buffalo Street. His wife's name is
given as Louise Leiston, and he was to be buried at Woodlawn.
VICTOR HERALD Friday October 17, 1941 PAGE 4 COL
John G. Engert, 85, of 175 Buffalo Street, died Tuesday morning in a Canandaigua, NY Health Home after a lingering illness. Born in Rochester he had been a resident of Canandaigua for 60 years. For many years he was foreman of the hop yards.
are four daughters, Mrs. John M. Flood, Miss Lena I., Mrs. Edward T. Hanley,
Canandaigua, and Mrs. Louise Ebert, Buffalo, sister, Mrs. Frank
Clevenger, Ont., and a brother Charles of Victor. His
body was interred
1941 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
was born New York January 05,
1862. Louise was the daughter of Charles
and Fredricka Paull
died November 15, 1916 Canandaigua, New
York, at 54 years of age.[ii]
Canandaigua City clerk office death record number 155 on Page 78. Informant was
listed as Gurney Engert, of Canandaigua.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
November 17, 1916 PAGE
- The death of Mrs. John Engert, aged 54 years, occurred at her
home on Buffalo Street on Wednesday morning. Death was due to apoplexy.
leaves her husband, one son and five daughters, Gurney, Lena, and Mayme
Engert, Mrs. John Flood, Mrs. William Carroll, all of Canandaigua, Mrs.
Harry Sprentell of Wayland, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leiston of
Penfield, also three sisters, Mrs. L. C. Foreman of Pittsford, Mrs.
John Wall and Mrs. Frank Keil of Penfield. Rev. Herbert L. Gaylord will
officiate this PM. Interment in Woodlawn.
was born Canandaigua, New York May 30, 1882.
Clara died 1944 at
62 years of age. She
Canandaigua, New York, August 12, 1902.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
August 15, 1902
A Double Wedding
St. Mary's church on Tuesday morning, Rev. James T. Dougherty, the
pastor, united in marriage John M. Flood and Miss Clara M. Engert, and James
T. Flood and Miss Mary O'Brien. The wedding was a complete surprise to the
friends of the young people. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Flood will reside in
was born January 1887. She
New York, April 20, 1908.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday April
WEDDED in ST. Mary's
Rev. J. T. Dougherty Unites in Marriage William
Carroll and Cora F. Engert
On Tuesday afternoon at 3 PM Rev. J. T. Dougherty united in marriage, Miss Cora Freda Engert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Engert, of Buffalo Street, and William Patrick Carroll, son of Mrs. Patrick Carroll, Charlotte Street.
bride and groom were attended by the groom's sister, Miss Jennie Carroll,
and Christopher Russell, of Boston, Mass.
The bride wore a traveling costume of blue and carried a white prayer
book. Her bridesmaid wore a tan suit and her flowers were pink carnations.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll left at once for their wedding
journey. Upon their return they will reside on Lisk Avenue. Mr. Carroll is
employed in the New York Central freight office.
was born Canandaigua, New York June 22, 1889.
February 25, 1924 Canandaigua, New York, at 34 years of age.
ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE February
WOMAN DIES in CANANDAIGUA of SLEEPY SICKNESS
February 26, Lethargia encephalitis, or sleepy sickness last night caused the
death of Mrs. Margurite Engert Sprentall, 31 years old.
She had been ill for two weeks. Mrs.
Sprentall was the wife of Harry B. Sprentall, West Gibson Street. Mrs.
Sprentall became ill about two weeks ago.
Sprentall is survived by her husband, three sons, Robert, Thomas, and
John Sprentall, her father John Engert, one brother, Gurney G.
Engert, and four sisters, Mrs. John Flood, Mrs. Edward Hanley, and Miss
Lena Engert, all of Canandaigua, and Mrs. William Carroll of Geneva.
services will be held from the home Thursday afternoon.
Rev. Herbert L. Gaylord of St. John's Episcopal Church officiated.
Burial will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery. Her
interred 1924 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery
New York, August 26, 1912.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wed.
August 28, 1912
marriage of Harry Sprentall to Miss Marguerite Engert took place at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Engert, Buffalo Street, Monday
afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. J. Clausen of New
York, a former rector of St. John's church
bride was attended by her sister, Miss Mayme Engert, and the groom by his
brother, Cortland Sprentall. Mr. and Mrs. Sprentall departed for a trip
to Toronto and the Thousand Islands, and upon their return will reside in
Harry Burton Sprentall
was born in
Brighton, Canada May 29, 1884. Harry
was the son of Robert Sprentall
died July 24,
1928 Canandaigua, New York, at 44 years of age.[i]
Canandaigua City Clerk Office record number 116, informant Guerney G. Engert.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri July 27, 1928
PAGE 5 COL 2
SPRENTALL - At Canandaigua, July 24, 1928, Harry B. Sprentall, aged 44 years.
COUNTY JOURNAL Fri July 27, 1928
The death of Harry Sprentall, aged 44 years occurred on Monday following a long
is survived by three sons, Robert, Thomas, and Jack Sprentall, three
brothers and two sisters, residing in Canada. Mr. Sprentall's wife, who
before her marriage was Miss Marguerite Engert, died four years ago.
Private funeral services were held at the home of John Engert with
interment at Woodlawn.
Wed. July 25, 1928
Sprentall, aged 44 years, of this city, died at Memorial Hospital yesterday
afternoon following a six weeks' illness.
is survived by three sons, Robert, Thomas and Jack Sprentall, three
brothers and two sisters, all residing in Canada, Marshall of Bridgeburg,
Frank of Sterling, George of Trenton, Mrs. Simpson of Brighton,
and Mrs. Alfred Rittorage of Toronto.
Sprentall's wife who was before her marriage, Miss Marguerite Engert of
this city, died four years ago. Private funeral services will be held from the
home of John Engert tomorrow afternoon. Interment will be in Woodlawn
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL January 25, 1918
At Canandaigua, January 18, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sprintall, a son.
Paull Engert was
born Canandaigua, New York January 29, 1892.
died March 30,
1970 Canandaigua, New York, at 78 years of age.
DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE
Mame P. Hanley, widow of Edward T. Hanley, Canandaigua,
NY, March 30, 1970.
Survived by son, Edward T. Hanley Jr., Pittsford, several grandchildren. Among several nieces and nephews are John M. Sprentall and W. Thomas Sprentall, both of Canandaigua, and H. Robert Sprentall of Rochester. Kennedy Funeral Home, the Rev. Harold Avery, Rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. Her body was interred 1970 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
Thomas Sr. Hanley
New York, November 01, 1920.[i]
St Mary's Church, married by Rev M. B. Groden. Witnessed by James
F. and Agnes C. Brooker. [i].
Record of Marriage copy is on PG 2I in the book, A Tree Trunk
COUNTY JOURNAL November 5,
ENGERT - HANLEY
At Canandaigua, Nov. 1, 1920, Edward Thomas Hanley and Miss Mame Paull Engert, both of Canandaigua.
The marriage of Edward Thomas Hanley and Miss Mame Paull Engert, daughter of John G. Engert, took place at St. Mary's rectory on Monday morning at 7 30 o'clock. Rev. M. B. Groden performed the ceremony.
bride was gowned in dark blue velvet with hat to match, and wore a corsage bouquet
of violets. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Brooker were the attendants. Mrs.
Brooker wore black velvet with hat to match. Her flowers were violets. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hanley, Bristol Street. Mr.
and Mrs. Hanley will reside in Canandaigua, after a trip to New York City.
born Canandaigua, New York August 01, 1893.
Edward was the son of William E. Hanley
July 11, 1965 Canandaigua, New York, at 71 years of age.
DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE July 13, 1965
- Edward T. Hanley, Ontario County Treasurer, July 11, 1965, in F. F.
by his wife, Mame Engert Hanley, one son, Edwart T Hanley Jr., Pittsford,
NY, three brothers, nephew, John M. Sprentall of Canandaigua, six
grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Kennedy and Son
Funeral Home, 13 Bristol St., Canandaigua. Funeral will be held at St.
Mary's Church Wednesday. Burial at the convenience of the family.
COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. May 17, 1929 HANLEY
At Canandaigua, May 9, 1929, to Mr. and
Mrs. Edward T. Hanley, Main Street South, a son.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL April 1949
Edward T. Hanley has returned to her home on Greig Terrace after several
days visit with Miss Mayme Lee Ogden in Washington, D. C. Miss Ogden,
a former local artist, has many friends here who will be interested to learn
that she is now chief of design at the Pentagon.
born November 27, 1894. Myrtie
October 10, 1898 Canandaigua, New York, at 3 years of age.
Clerk office record number 1262.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL October 14, 1898
INGERT - At Canandaigua, October 10, 1898, Myrtie R. Ingert, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ingert. Her body was interred 1898 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
was born Farmington, New York October 02, 1880.
died March 22, 1932 Canandaigua, New
York, at 51 years of age.[i]
Canandaigua City clerk office record number 53 on Page 236, states he was
married to Elizabeth O'Keefe, and that she was the informant living at 110
COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Wed. Mar 23, 1932 PAGE
G. Engert for many years a well known and highly respected business man of
this city died at Memorial Hospital Monday night following a several weeks
Engert was born in Canandaigua 51 years ago and spent his entire life here.
Two years ago he bought the tobacco business of Howard L. Herendeen, which he
had since conducted. Prior to that time he was for several years the manager of
Endicott Johnson shoe store in this city.
Engert is survived by his wife, Elizabeth O'Keefe Engert, a son George G.
his father John G. Engert, four sisters, Mrs. John Flood, Mrs.
Edward T. Hanley, and Miss Lena Engert, all of this city, and Mrs.
William Carroll of Geneva. Private services will be held in Ontario Street home,
Friday PM at 2 30 o'clock, Rev. Herbert L. Gaylord of St. John's church
officiating. Interment at Calvary Cemetery.
Canandaigua, New York, June 28, 1909.[ii]
A copy of the Church record is found on PG 1M in the book, A Tree Trunk.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday July
WEDDING ENGERT - O'KEEFE
3 45 at the rectory, Gurney G. Engert and Miss Elizabeth O'keefe were married. The bride was attended by her
cousin, Miss Anna Russell, of Shortsville, and Albert Foreman, of
Pittsford, was the groom's attendant.
bride's dress was white batiate trimmed with valenciences. She carried bride
roses. Her attendant was gowned in white embroidered mull over blue and carried
lilies of the valley. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Keefe, Ontario Street. They
will reside in Canandaigua.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday September 28, 1923 FRONT PAGE
Funeral services for John Francis Engert aged 13 years, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Guerney G. Engert, Ontario Street, whose death occurred at Memorial
Hospital on Friday after a short illness with encephalitis, were held at St.
Mary's Church on Monday morning.
Besides his parents he leaves a brother George.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL November 23, 1945
Servicemen Return to Civilian Life Cpl. George G. Engert has received his
honorable discharge from the Army at Fort Dix, NJ, after three years service,
and is with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Engert, Atwater Place.
He was a radio operator with the Signal Air Warning Battalion and served in Austrailia, New Guinea, and on Leyte and Luzon in the Phillipines with the 5th and 13th Air Forces.
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