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MINK - MOORE
H.1 Mink was
born in Columbia County, NY 1825. Phillip
died June 14, 1888 Farmington,
New York, at 62 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
Phillip H. Mink, in Farmington, June 14, 1888, aged 64.
He married Lucy Blass. Lucy was born in Columbia County, New York 1826. Lucy died February 27, 1903 Shortsville, New York, at 76 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday February 27, 1903
Mrs. Phillip Mink, at Shortsville, February 18, 1903, aged 77
and Lucy Blass
the following children:
was born in Columbia County, New York 1844.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL June
case of Edwin R. Mink as Executor of Lucy Mink, against Fred L.
Mink, has been heard by Justice George A. Nicholson, and a jury in
town house at several sessions, and is still unconcluded. The Executor asks that
the defendant account for certain moneys alleged to have been loaned him.
born in Hudson, Columbia, New York June 27, 1854.
died March 11,
1935 Victor, New York, at 80 years of age.
HERALD March 15, 1935
Mrs. Catherine Lovejoy passed from this life, March 11, 1935, at the home of her son, Harley M. Lovejoy. Mrs. Lovejoy was born in Hudson, June 27, 1854, of pioneer stock that helped to settle the region of the Catskills. She came to Western New York as an infant, when her parents, Phillip and Lucy Blass Mink made the trip on the Erie Canal from their home in Hudson to a new home in Farmington township.
Mrs. Lovejoy was twice married. Her first husband, Hinman
E. Smith, passed away in 1887 at their home in Rochester, leaving his widow
and two small children, a son, Oscar F. Smith, who died in 1909, and a
daughter, Mrs. George H. Gunnison, now of Canandaigua.
In 1892, Mrs. Smith married Edward E. Lovejoy of Victor, who died in 1908. Two sons were born to them, Charley E. Lovejoy and Harley M. Lovejoy, both of Victor, survive. Mrs. Lovejoy also leaves nine grandchildren, Mrs. T. H. Townsend of Waterville, Mrs. William Millard of Canandaigua, and George S. Gunnison of Syracuse, Edward, Adeline, Jean, Janette, Harley M. and Lowell Lovejoy of Victor.
57 years Mrs. Lovejoy had been a member of the Methodist church, and for
many years she took part in all its activities. She was a charter member of the
Unity Club, and gave support to every worthy cause brought to her attention
until failing health several years ago forced her to retire from interests
outside her home. Funeral from the home of her son, Harley M. Lovejoy.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL March 15, 1935
DEATH RECORD - LOVEJOY
- At Victor, March 11, 1935, Mrs. Catherine
Lovejoy, aged 80 years. Her
interred 1935 Victor, New York, Victor Village Cemetery
Edward Ebenezer Lovejoy
born May 1831. Edward was
the son of Martin Lovejoy
21, 1908 Victor, New York, at 77 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
May 29, 1908
DIED - LOVEJOY - At Victor, May 21, 1908, Edward E. Lovejoy, aged 77 years. His body was interred 1908 Victor, New York, Village Cemetery.
Monier was born in Columbia
County, New York December 26, 1800. James died April 03, 1869 Naples, New
York, at 68 years of age.
December 06, 1842. Page 281 in the book Steuben County Newspapers Marriages,
shows both to be of Naples, NY. Margaret
was born January 11, 1820.
Margaret was the daughter of Smedley Andrews
and Sarah Drake. She
F. Rev. Millard
Naples, New York, October 12, 1881.
died February 05, 1903 Naples,
New York, at 83 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 6, 1903
Mrs. B. F. Millard died at her home in Naples yesterday afternoon as
the result of a paralytic stroke suffered on Saturday evening. She was 83 years
of age. Her daughters, Mrs. H.
C. Fiske, of Buffalo, Mrs. Margaret Young, of Long Island, and Mrs.
Adelaide Monier, of this town, were with her.
She had suffered many years with rheumatism.
the daughters mentioned, deceased is survived by her husband, Rev. B. F.
Millard, and one son, James Monier, of Naples.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 13, 1903
PAGE 4 COL 6
NAPLES - Mrs. Margaret Millard, whose funeral was held from her late home on Saturday, was a woman of great prominence in this vicinity. Her ability, courtesy and benevolence were evidences of her fine character.
was left by her first husband, the late James L. Monier, in charge of
large possessions, and developed remarkable ability as a business woman.
But these cares did not close her heart to the needs of others, or the
demands of the many benevolent and religious societies and schemes of which she
was among the foremost helpers in Naples.
had been for sixty years a great worker in the Presbyterian church, and for 18
years was the wife and able counselor of its honored pastor. Her birth place was
Canandaigua. She was married at the age of 20, and for 63 years had presided
over the home which she died.
was born 1845. Frances
died July 2,
1883 Buffalo, New York, at 38 years of age.
JOURNAL July 13, 1883
MONIER - In Buffalo, at the home of here sister, Mrs. Fiske, on Monday, July 2, 1883, Miss Frances Monier, of Naples, aged 38 years.
James L. Jr.3 Monier was
born 1847. James
died July 13, 1908 Naples, New York, at 61
years of age. He
was born in Naples 1856.
Caroline died May 23, 1940 Naples, New
York, at 83 years of age.
Ontario County Times Journal May 31, 1940
NAPLES - MONIER
death of Mrs. Carrie C. Monier, 84, of Naples, occurred Thursday morning
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William McGrew, following a heart attack.
She is survived by a son, Millard Monier, of Bath.
Funeral services were held Saturday morning the Rev. E. I. Braden,
pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiating. Burial was made in Rose Ridge
became the father of Joseph C.
became the father of Millard
Ontario County Journal January 1, 1892
There is now a scheme on foot to construct a narrow guage road to Bloods.
Mr. James L. Monier has interested himself in the matter and the prospect
is favorable. The apparent failure to fulfill the promises of the past as to the
road Northward, will turn the tide toward the new project.
was born Leeds, England March 04, 1819.
died May 17,
1899 North Bloomfield, New York, at 80 years of age.
Lima death record line 360 shows she was from Leeds England and a 55 year
resident in USA. She was aged 80 yrs 2
mos and 12 das.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL May
IDESON - At North Bloomfield, May 17, 1899, Mrs. John
Ideson, aged 80 years.
The funeral services of Mrs. John Ideson were held from her late residence on Saturday afternoon. She leaves, besides a husband, three daughters, Mrs. John Jerome of Delaware, Mrs. Arthur Hunt, of Honeoye Falls, and Mrs. Charles Chambers, of this place. She was 80 years of age. Her body was interred 1899 North Bloomfield, New York, N. Bloomfield Cemetery.
Watertown, New York June 05, 1843. Zylphia
February 06, 1883 Bristol, New York, at 39 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday February 16, 1883
DIED - TOTMAN
Bristol, February 6, 1883, Zylpha M., wife of Levi W. Totman, aged 39 years and 4 months. She
Levi W. Totman
York, March 20, 1868.
Bristol, NY April 07, 1842. Levi
was the son of Ward Totman
Center, New York, January 23, 1907.
January 30, 1907
TOTMAN - LOVE In Bristol
Center, January 23, 1907, Levi W. Totman of Bristol Center, and Miss
Mary Louise Love, of Rochester.
2nd Julia A. Woodworth.
February 17, 1920 Bristol, New York, at 77 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday February 20, 1920
PAGE 5 COL
Totman at Bristol Center, February 17, 1920, Levi Totman, aged
TOTMAN - The funeral services of Levi W. Totman, who died on Tuesday will be held from his late home at Bristol Center, this morning at 11:30, Rev. W. E. Searles of Canandaigua officiating. He had been in poor health for some time and died of general debility after an attack of the grip. He was a son of Ward and Irene Joyner Totman, was born in Bristol April 7, 1842.
was educated at East Bloomfield Academy. In 1862 he enlisted in Co. K. first NY
Mounted Rifles, and served until June 1865. He belonged to the G. A. R. and was
an active and enthusiastic member.
married three times, his first wife being Zilphia M. Moore of East
Watertown, Jefferson County, by whom he had the following children, Inez M.
deceased, Morris H. deceased, Mrs. Benjamin Case of Bristol
Center, Florence L. of NY City, Mrs. Grace Corser of West Lake
Road, Canandaigua, and Joel W. Totman of Canandaigua. She died in
he married Julia Woodworth of East Watertown, Jefferson Co., by whom he
had two children, Ruth and Oscar, who died in infancy. She died in
1906 he married Mary Love of
Rochester, who survives him. He is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. P.P.
Bliss of Bristol, and Mrs. Sophia Luther of California, also 6
grandchildren. He was a farmer and lived on the Ward Totman farm North of
Bristol Center until the last two years when he moved into the Methodist
Parsonage at Bristol Center.
His body was interred 1920 Bristol Center, New York, Bristol Center Cemetery
May 16, 1887. She
This was Ward's first marriage
born Luzerne, Warren Co. NY August 12, 1803.
Ward was the son of Thomas Totman
2nd Irena Lester Joyner
Lorrain, Jefferson Co., NY, March 20, 1831.
23, 1892 Bristol, New York, at 88 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL April
1, 1892 PAGE 2
CENTER - The funeral of Ward
Totman was held on Saturday at the M. E. Church, Rev. Mr. Kerr
officiating. He was nearly 89 years old, having spent about fifty years in this
leaves three daughters and one son to mourn his loss, Mrs. Reed of
Illinois, Mrs. Luther of Luther, Michigan, Mrs. Bliss and Levi Totman of
SAME PAPER PAGE 3
Totman, in Bristol March 24, 1892, Ward Totman, aged 89 years.
R.2 Moore was
born Elmira, New York 1865. Sabina
died June 27,
1954 Rochester, New York, at 88 years of age.
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. Her body was interred July 01, 1954 Rochester, New York, Holy Seplechure Cemetery. Lot 63 Sect South 3
was born 1831.
13, 1917 New York, New York, at 85 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Jan 24,
5 COL 7
John Moran, a former resident of Canandaigua, died at her home in New York
on Saturday evening, January 13th. She leaves a son, Harry A. Moran of
Indianapolis, and a daughter, Mrs. Kennedy of this city, and two sisters,
Mrs. Anna Moore of Rochester, and Mrs. Catherine Rooney of
remains are to be brought to Canandaigua and interment made in Calvary Cemetery.
interred 1917 Canandaigua, New York, Calvary Cemetery.
born Ireland 1829. John
was the son of Thomas Moran
12, 1902 Canandaigua, New York, at 72 years of age.[i]
Canandaigua City clerk office record number 1594.His age was given as 73 years.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri June 20, 1902
Moran died at his residence on Brook Street on June 12, 1902 aged 64 years.
The deceased came to this village from Ireland when a lad. He was employed by
the late John Greig as a coachman for many years, and later conducted a
The Canandaigua of his early years and the prominent men who
lived then were subjects upon which he loved to talk, remembering many incidents
that were of special interest to the present generation. He enjoyed a wide
acquaintance and his familiar figure will be missed from the streets. He had
been gradually failing for several years.
He is survived by one son, Henry Moran, of
Indianapolis, and one daughter, Mrs. Henry Kennedy of this village.
Funeral from St. Mary's Church on Saturday AM, Rev Dougherty
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