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     John1 Long  was born Ireland 1838.  John died April 20, 1878 Canandaigua, New York, at 39 years of age.  

                                   ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Fri. April 26, 1878

SAD CASE Mr. John Long, was a worthy and industrious mechanic, for several years employed in the Northern Central Railroad shops in this place. He bought a little home near the railroad bridge which crosses the outlet, making small annual payments, and gradually diminished his indebtedness.

Three or four weeks ago he was thrown out of work on account of slack times, and later he was taken sick, and on Saturday, the 20th instant, he died. He leaves a wife and nine small children, the oldest of whom is scarcely old enough to pursue any manual labor toward supporting the rest of the family. The little home is not clear of debt, and the widow and children seem to be left almost destitute. 

Surely if there is any case worthy of sympathy and material aid, this is one. We understand friends of the bereaved family have interested themselves in their behalf, and we trust the responses will be numerous and liberal. 

                           He married Catherine Linehan November 30, 1861.  Catherine was born Ireland 1842.  Catherine was the daughter of Mr. Linehan and Mrs. Linehan.  Catherine died February 21,1916 Watertown, New York, at 73 years of age.  Died at the home of her son Maurice in Watertown, NY.  

                     ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Fri. Feb. 25, 1916  Front Page

DEATH - The funeral services of Mrs. Catherine Linehan Long, aged 70 years, whose death occurred at the home of her son, Maurice Long, in Watertown on Saturday, were held at St. Mary's church on Tuesday morning. Deceased was a former resident of Canandaigua. Interment was made in Calvary Cemetery. 

                          ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  February 23, 1916  PAGE  7  COL  5  

                                               MRS  CATHERINE  L. LONG

Mrs. Catherine Linehan Long, formerly of this city, died at the home of her son, Maurice Long, at Watertown on Saturday. Mrs. Long was 70 years of age and leaves three sons, and one daughter in Watertown, a son at Erie, Penn., a daughter at Rochester, also two sisters, Mrs. William Kimball of East Street, and Mrs. Henry Casey of Ontario Street, Canandaigua. Burial in Calvary Cemetery.

 

Jeremiah2 Long  was born June 20, 1864.  Jeremiah died July 29, 1917 Rochester, New York, at 53 years of age.  Cancer- His body was interred July 31, 1917 Rochester, New York, Holy Seplechure Cemetery.  Lot 63  Sect  South  3

                 He married Sabina R. Moore Canandaigua, New York, June 19, 1889.[i]  Jeremiah was a carpenter, Registration number for marriage was 460. His mother is listed as a Catherine Freeham in the record. Witnesses were Denis Long and Maggie Moore.   

                  Sabina was born Elmira, New York 1865.  Sabina was the daughter of Martin Moore and Catherine Cleary.  Sabina died June 27, 1954 Rochester, New York, at 88 years of age.  [i]. St Mary Church Marriage Record copy can be found on PG 1A in the book, A Tree Trunk.

                                   ROCHESTER  DEMOCRAT  and CHRONICLE

LONG -  Sunday June 27, 1954, at St. Mary's Hospital, Sabina R. Long of 791 Washington Avenue, aged 89 years, widow of Jeremiah M. Long.  She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Leo V. Lyons, and Mrs. W. Howard Hall, four sons, Joseph P.,  Leo M., Jeremiah E., and Maurice M. Long, eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.  Boyce Funeral Home 853 Culver Road, from St. Thomas Church.  Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

                 He married Julia Ann Hanley Canandaigua, New York, January 15, 1890.[ii]  Witnesses were Maurice Long and Lilly Handley.  Julia was born Canandaigua, New York April 07, 1868.  Julia was the daughter of John Charles Hanley and Catherine Madden.  Julia died July 02, 1919 Geneva, New York, at 51 years of age.  Residence at 59 John Street, 3rd Ward.  [ii]. Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 494.; and A copy of the Church record of Marriage can be found on PG 1C in the book, A Tree Trunk.

                                        DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE  July 4, 1919

Mrs. Julia Long -  Canandaigua, July 3    The death of Mrs. Julia Long, formerly a resident of Canandaigua, occurred at Geneva last evening after a long illness. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Thomas Brennan of Rochester, Mrs. Alvey Marshall, Miss Julia Long and Miss Mildred Long, all of Geneva, and two sons, John Long and Thomas Long, both of Geneva.

She also leaves a brother, William E. Hanley, of Canandaigua, and a sister, Mrs. Edward Regan, of Jersey City. Burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery. 

Walter G. Long  was born September 08, 1892.  Walter died September 27, 1893 Canandaigua, New York, at 1 year of age.  Death record at Canandaigua Cty Clerk office number 1050.  

          ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL, Friday, September 30, 1893, Page 3, Col 9    

  DIED    Long in Canandaigua   -   September 27, 1893, Walter G. Long, infant son of John and Julia Long, aged 12 months.  

           ONTARIO COUNTY REPOSITORY MESSENGER  Thurs. Sept. 28, 1893    PAGE   4   COL   4

                                                             Same notice as the Journal.                                                            

                                      GENEVA DAILY TIMES November 19, 1918

                                               WEDDINGS         Marshall   -   Long

One of the prettiest weddings of the autumn season took place this morning at St. Francis de Sales Church, at six o'clock mass, when Miss Kathryn Long, daughter of Mrs. Julia Long, of 57 John Street, became the bride of Alvey Marshall of this city.

The ceremony was performed by Right Rev. Monsignor Joseph W. Hendricks in the presence of only the immediate relatives and friends.  The bride was becomingly dressed in a suit of taupe chiffon broadcloth with hat to match, and carried white chrysanthemums.

She was attended by Miss Mary L. Hayes of this city who wore a dark blue suit with hat to match, and carried yellow chrysanthemums. Thomas McCarthy of this city was best man.  Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Marshall left for an extended western trip, after which they will be at home to their friends at St. John Street.

                     Elvey was born Geneva, New York August 31, 1894.  Elvey was the son of Eugene Abraham Marshall and Harriet E. Ridley .  Elvey died November 13, 1971 Geneva, New York, at 77 years of age.   

                                     GENEVA DAILY TIMES  Monday November 15, 1971

ELVEY  MARSHALL -  Geneva  - Elvey A. Marshall, 77, of 167 Lafayette Ave, Geneva, died Saturday night in Geneva General Hospital following a long illness. Funeral services will be held at 9 AM Tuesday from McGuigan Funeral Home, and at St. Francis de Sales Church. Burial will be made in St. Mary's Cemetery. 

Friends may call at the funeral home. Members of the Nester Hose Co. will meet today at the funeral home to pay their respects. Mr. Marshall was a life resident of Geneva and had worked for the Geneva Board of Public Works. He was superintendent of the Geneva Treatment Plant for many years until his retirement in 1962. He was a member of St. Francis de Sales church and its Holy Name Society, and the Third Degree Knights of Columbus, and past grand knight of the Geneva council, K. of C.. 

 He was a life member of the Nester Hose Co. of Geneva Fire Department. He is survived by two sons, Elvey F. and Bernard J. Marshall, both of Newark, one sister, Mrs. Andrew Marie Brown, of Geneva, two brothers, Eugene J. Marshall of Geneva, and John A. Marshall of Niagara Falls, 14 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. 

Julia M. Long  was born Canandaigua, New York July 29, 1899.[iii]  Julia died September 10, 1946 Geneva, New York, at 47 years of age. [iii]. Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 1608.Her mother is listed as Julia HanDley, age 30 years, and John, age 33 years, a Carriage Ironer.                         

                             GENEVA DAILY TIMES NEWSPAPER

OBITUARY -    Mrs. Julia McCarthy, who suffered burns in a fire at her home in Kirkwood Hotel in May, died last night at Geneva General Hospital. Surviving are one daughter, Miss Genevieve McCarthy, Seneca Falls, a son, Lieut. John McCarthy, U. S. Army, two sisters, Mrs. James Brennan, Rochester, and Mrs. Elvey Marshall, Geneva, one brother, Thomas J. Long, Rochester, and several nieces and nephews.

Services are set for Friday A. M. from DeVaney Foley Funeral Home, 187 North Main St, and at St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church. Interment will be made in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Her body was interred September 13, 1946 Geneva, New York, St. Patrick's Cemetery.           

                           GENEVA DAILY TIMES NEWSPAPER                       

                           Wedding     McCarthy   -  Long

At St. Francis de Sales Church at 10 o'clock this morning took place the marriage of Miss Julia Long of this city to John McCarthy of Seneca Falls. Rt. Rev. Monsignor Joseph W. Hendricks performed the ceremony. Mrs. T A Kane presided at the organ. The bride wore a blue traveling suit, hat to match with bird of paradise, and carried white roses.

She was attended by her sister, Miss Mildred Long, who wore a brown suit and carried pink roses. John O'Connor of Seneca Falls acted as best man. After an Eastern trip, Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy will live in Seneca Falls. 

John Francis Sr.3 Long was born Watertown, New York April 10, 1897.  John died June 02, 1941 Geneva, New York, at 44 years of age.   

                                GENEVA DAILY TIMES  June 4, 1941  

                                              Funeral of John F. Long

The funeral of John F. Long who died Monday, was held this morning at 8 o'clock from his late home, 159 Lafayette Avenue, and also St. Francis de Sales church with Solemn High Mass. The celebrant was the Rev. Raymond Nolan with the Rev. William O'Brien and the Rev. Ralphj Neagle as sub deacon. Burial was in St. Patrick's Cemetery with military honors, Father Neagle officiating. The bearers were Joseph and Leo McDonough, Joseph McElroy, Edward McKenna, C. D. McCarthy and Edward Donahue.

Members of the military escort from the American Legion, headed by C. DeWolfe Smith, were Magnus Larson, Martin McCarthy, John Gleason, Charles Kleinhenz, Malcolm Allen, C. Leonard Bowler, and Francis Alvaro, bugler. His body was interred 1941 Geneva, New York, St. Patrick's Cemetery. 

 

Jean Ann Long was born Geneva, New York August 07, 1925.  Jean died December 08, 1970 Geneva, New York, at 45 years of age.   

                                GENEVA  DAILY  TIMES  Tuesday December 8, 1970

                                            Mrs.  George  Linehan    GENEVA   

Mrs. Jean A. Linehan, 45, wife of George Linehan of 237 Grace Ave., Newark, died early this morning in her home following a long illness. Funeral services will be Thursday morning at the DeVaney Company Funeral Home and at St. Francis de Sales Church at a time to be announced. Burial in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening and tomorrow.  The family requests contributions be made in her memory to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. 

Mrs. Linehan was born in Geneva and has resided in Newark for the past 15 years. She was the daughter of the late John and Elinor DeVaney Long, and was a member of St. Michael's Church in Newark.  Surviving are her husband George, two sons, Mark of Newark and Sgt. Ronald Linehan of the US Army at Ft. Wood Texas, four brothers, Dr. William Long, John Long, Donald Long, and Richard Long, all of Geneva, several nieces and nephews. Her body was interred 1970 Geneva, New York, St. Mary's Cemetery. 

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