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MORRISSEY - MULHERON
born 1831. Edward
died October 15,
1888 Geneva, New York, at 57 years of age.
Ontario County Times
DIED - MORRISSEY In Geneva, October 15, 1888, Edward Morrissey, aged 57 years.
Geneva, New York July 27, 1869. Edward
was the son of Patrick J. Hamilton
13, 1903 Littleville, New York, at 34 years of age.
Death record number 559 at Hopewell clerk office.
Ontario County Times Wednesday August 19, 1903 Page
3 Col 6
Son of Patrick Hamilton of Littleville died at the home of his parents in
that village on Thursday aged 34 years.
The deceased when a mere lad, entered the printing office of the Shortsville Enterprise where he learned typesetting and other useful points in the training of the practical printer, and at 18 entered the office of the New York World where he soon became an expert machine operator.
He was for 16 years in the World office, until his health
failed. He was a dutiful son, and highly respected. He leaves a wife and one
child, one brother, John P. Hamilton of Auburn, two sisters, Mrs.
James Quinn of Willard and Mrs. William Hanley of this village.
A second lengthy obituary appears in the book with newspaper
SHORTSVILLE ENTERPRISE August 21, 1903
PAGE 3 COL 1
made brief note of the death of Edward P.
Hamilton which occurred last week Thursday night, and news of which sad
event came to us just as we were about to put the Enterprise edition to press.
was in April 1884 that the writer became the owner of the Enterprise. At that
time there was employed in the office a rosey cheeked boy, about fourteen years
of age, a most loveable little fellow, the soul of honor, that he was Eddie
Hamilton, the same young man whom we are feebly attempting to pay our last
tribute of respect. He was ever at his post of duty, was trustworthy to a degree
that won the love and admiration for him that has grown with the years.
cannot refrain from speaking of his Christian character. Not once during his
four years service did we hear an oath or a wicked expression from his lips, but
daily we did hear religious quotations that came from his big heart, and his
large expressive brown eyes told of the enjoyment derived in the use of
was during those early years that he was Altar boy for the late Rev. Father
Lee, the loving and beloved priest of the Shortsville and Clifton Springs
parishes. He acted in such capacity during his residence here. That he loved his
rector with a love that lasted through his 34 years of life is manifested by his
last wish that his remains find a resting place by the side of Father Lee,
in the Catholic cemetery between this village and Clifton Springs, which wish
was fulfilled by his loving wife and parents.
know full well that these same noble traits of Christian character followed
Edward through life and we honestly believe that it has won for him a crown in
the heavenly mansion. Long shall we cherish the memory of our loving faithful,
and honorable apprentice of almost twenty years ago.
His body was interred 1903 Clifton Springs, New York, St. Agnes Cemetery.
was born Troy, New York August 30, 1880. Helen
May 04, 1957 Canandaigua, New York, at 76 years of age.[i]
Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 79 on page 74 of the book.
MRS. HELEN S. MCCARTHY
CANANDAIGUA May 4
Helen S. McCarthy, 76, died this afternoon May 4, 1957, in the home of her
son, Edward C. McCarthy, 362 North Main Street, after a long illness. Mrs.
McCarthy was born in Troy, NY, August 30, 1880, a daughter of Edward and
Anne Timmons Morrissey.
had been a resident of Canandaigua for 50 years.
She is survived by her son, Edward, and two granddaughters, Carol
A. and Ellen R. McCarthy. Funeral
services will be held Tuesday in the Kennedy Funeral Chapel, and in St. Mary's
Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
Mrs Florence McCarthy
services were held for Mrs. Helen F. McCarthy, 76, this morning, from
Kennedy Funeral Chapel followed by requiem Mass at St. Mary's Church with the Rev.
Alphonsus P. Crimmons, pastor, officiating.
McCarthy died at the home of her son, Edward C. McCarthy, 362 North
Main Street following a brief illness. Bearers were, Frank Holbrook, Kenneth
Fletcher, Frank Monaghan, Vernon Brahm, Milton Hanley, and Albert Hanley,
all of Canandaigua. Interment was
in Calvary Cemetery, where the Rev. John V. Rosse, assistant pastor of
St. Mary's Church officiated. Her
interred 1957 Canandaigua, New York, Calvary Cemetery.
The Ontario County Times, Wednesday, November 28, 1906 stated that the
date was November 22, 1906.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri.
November 23, 1906 Page 3 Col 6
McCarthy - MORRISSEY At
Canandaigua November 22, 1906, Florence McCarthy and Miss Nellie Morrissey,
both of Canandaigua.
McCarthy and Miss Nellie Morrissey were married at St. Mary's church
yesterday morning at 7 o'clock, Rev. James T. Dougherty officiating, Cornelius
Curtin and Miss Lilly Long were the attendants.
Canandaigua, New York January 15, 1878.
Florence was the son of Daniel McCarthy
and Mary Quinn
September 15, 1913 Canandaigua, New York, at 35 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
September 19, 1913 PAGE
5 COL 6
At Canandaigua September 15, 1913, Florence McCarthy, aged 35
2 COL 2
The death of Florence McCarthy aged 35 years, occurred at Canandaigua
Hospital on Monday morning. Death was due to a concussion of the brain caused
from a fall on September 6. He had been confined to the hospital since Friday.
resided on Tillotson Street, and was employed as a car cleaner by the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
He leaves his wife, one son, Edward, and a sister, Mrs. Charles Chisholm of Baltimore, MD. The funeral services were held on Wednesday morning at St. Mary's church and the K of C attended in body. Interment made in Calvary Cemetery. The Erina Hose and Woodmen of the World attended in body.
interred 1913 Canandaigua, New York, Calvary Cemetery.
At 29 years of age Florence
father of Edward Custer McCarthy
New York, August 22, 1907.[ii]
Record found at Canandaigua, City Clerk Office.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wed.
August 28, 1907
- MCCARTHY - At Canandaigua, Aug. 22, 1907, to Mr. and Mrs. Florence
McCarthy, Tillotson St. a son.
COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL November 21, 1947
YEARS AGO - November 23, 1927
on the Canandaigua Academy scholarship honor roll for the first quarter were, Hilda
Bradley, Helen Morrisey, John McCarthy, Joseph Cribb, Hilda McCarthy,
Everett Pierce. These were just
a few of the names I copied from this article.
Frederick1 Moss was
was born Germany. Doris became the mother of Emma Moss
in Hamburg, Germany, November
and Doris Theege
the following child:
was born in Hamburg, Germany November 27, 1864.
January 28, 1944 Canandaigua, New York, at 79 years of age.[iii]
Canandaigua City clerk office record number 18 on Page 59, stated that she was
widowed, husband was Fred VanGelder, and that burial would be in Silverbrook
Cemetery in Wilmington, Deleware. The informant was Mary E. Cole of Chapin, New
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
Emma Moss VanGelder, 79, Wilmington, Del., died Friday, January 28, 1944, in
the Canandaigua Health Home, where she had been a patient for two months. Born in Germany, she came to this country with her
parents when a child and spent her childhood in Canandaigua.
leaves only nieces and a nephew in Ohio. Following a brief prayer service at the
Ahrens and Breen funeral home, Friday evening, conducted by the Rev. Stephen
S. Pratt, the remains were taken to Wilmington Del., for funeral services
and burial in Silverbrook Cemetery, that city.
May 29, 1863. Fred was the son of Alfred
and Mary Jane
December 30, 1916 Willmington, Delaware, at 53 years of age.
COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. January 5, 1917 PAGE
1 COL 2
- J. Fred VanGelder passed away suddenly at his home
in Wilmington, Deleware on Sunday of appendicitis. He leaves his wife who was Miss
Emma Moss of Canandaigua, two sisters and three brothers, Mrs. Charles
Hathaway, B. Emerson VanGelder, and Edgar VanGelder, of Wilmington, and Mrs.
Charles Gifford, and G. B. VanGelder of Canandaigua.
born January 11, 1913. SSDI.
died December 1981 Bloomfield, New York, at
68 years of age.
East Bloomfield, New York, September 22,
BUCKELEW - MOWRY
the Congregational Church yesterday at high noon took place the marriage of
Miss Ruth Buckelew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Buckelew, and
DeWitt Mowry, of the Ionia Road. The ceremony was performed by the Rev.
Roy F. Gamble, pastor.
The bride who was attended by her cousin, Miss Mae Sheeler, of Mendon, wore a suit of cloister brown crepe with matching accessories. Her bouquet was of souvenir roses, delphinium and asparagus fern, tied with yellow tulle. Miss Sheeler wore autumn brown crepe with white satin accessories.
Kennedy of West Bloomfield was best man, and ushers were Frank Ashley
of Honeoye, and Arthur Sheeler of Mendon. Miss Nellie Adams,
organist, played the wedding march and Miss Edith Buckelew sister of the
bride, and Miss Margurite Mowry, sister of the groom, sang I Love You
and Mrs. Mowry left immediately on a motor trip to Philadelphia and Bayonne,
NJ. After September 29 they will be at home at the home of the bride's parents.
events included a family dinner by Mrs. George Gifford, the bride's
sister, a progressive dinner by the Misses Olive Buell, Jane Gilmore, and
Virginia Phillips, variety
showers by Mrs. Leonard Richmond, and Miss Olive Thompson, Mrs. John
Powers, of West Bloomfield, and the Methodist Church choir, at the home of Mrs.
F. H. Hamlin, and by Mrs. Albert Conklin.
Ruth Sheeler Buckelew was born
Bristol, New York February 23, 1913. Ruth
was the daughter of Arthur Garfield Buckelew
and Augusta Sheeler. Ruth
died August 18, 1996 East
Bloomfield, New York, at 83 years of age.
RUTH B. MOWRY - BLOOMFIELD - Ruth B. Mowry of Bloomfield, died yesterday August 18, 1996 at her home. She was 83.
Mowry was born in Bristol on February 23, 1913, the daughter of Arthur G.
Buckelew and Augusta Sheeler. She was retired from the Bloomfield Central
School District, where she worked as part of the cafeteria staff.
are one daughter and son in law, Deweta and Richard Collins of
Bloomfield, one grandson, Kevin Collins of Bloomfield, one sister, Mary
Elizabeth Wynand of Canandaigua, one brother in law, Ralph J. and Martha
Harris of Penn Yan, in-laws, Elwin and Marguerite Gillette of
Bloomfield, cousins and many friends. She was predeceased by her husband, DeWitt
Mowry in 1981.
Interment in the East Bloomfield Cemetery.
At 23 years of age Ruth
became the mother of Deweta Fay Mowry
Canandaigua, New York, April 20, 1936.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday April 24, 1936
RECORD - MOWRY
At Memorial Hospital, April 21, 1936, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
DeWitt Mowry of Holcomb.
and Ruth Sheeler Buckelew
had the following child:
was born Canandaigua, New York April 20, 1936.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday April 24, 1936
BIRTH RECORD - MOWRY - At
Memorial Hospital, April 21, 1936, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Mowry of
Mulheron was born Ireland July 7, 1828. Mary
Kerr in Pitsford gave me the birth date posted although I had abt. 1833. His
date is shown on the grave marker as 1832. Patrick
died January 21, 1913 Victor, New York, at
84 years of age. Patrick's
death record number 808 at Victor Town Hall listed his age as 84 years, 5
months, 14 days, born Ireland. Parents listed as Patrick and Ellen Haley
Mulheron. Death informant was Jim Mulheron.
VICTOR HERALD January
OBITUARY Patrick Mulheron
Mulheron, an aged resident of this town, died at 10 o'clock on Tuesday
morning, January 21st, at the home of his son, Martin Mulheron, South of
this village, where he had been in failing health for some time, suffering from
a general breaking down coupled with a disease of the heart. For the past few
weeks his condition had been considered serious.
Mulheron was eighty three years of age, and was born in Ireland. He had
resided here for over a half century, and had been engaged in farming. The farm
home is located two and one half miles southwest of the village, only a short
distance from the home of the son. The wife died about ten years ago.
children survive, Mrs. Thomas Ryan, of West Bloomfield, Mrs. William
Ryan, of Shortsville, Mrs. David Keefe, who resided with the father
at the homestead, James and Frank Mulheron, of Rochester, and Martin,
of this village. The body was taken to the home, and the funeral was held this
morning at the house, followed by services at St. Patrick's church. Burial was
made in the cemetery on High Street.
was born Ireland September 1833.
Her birth year shown on the grave marker is 1834.
died October 05, 1905 Victor, New York,
at 72 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL October 13, 1905
PAGE 3 COL 6
- MULHERON - At Victor Oct. 5, 1905, Mrs.
Patrick Mulheron, aged 67 years.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wed. February 12, 1913 PAGE
6 COL 2
James Mulheron of Rochester is appointed administrator of the estate of his father, the late Patrick Mulheron of Victor. The value is given as 15K and the heirs are three sons and three daughters.
and Catherine Holehan
had the following children:
Mulheron was born Ontario County, New York July 07, 1859.
August 24, 1899 Ontario, at 40 years of age.
HERALD August 25,
of Ontario, who has been very ill for some time, was much worse on Wednesday of
this week, and his brother, James, left Wednesday night to be with him.
News was received here, Thursday afternoon, of the death of Mr. Mulheron, that
born Mendon, New York January 02, 1862.
November 02, 1940 Victor, New York, at 78 years of age.
November 8, 1940 PAGE
- Mrs. Mary Mulheron Ryan
entered into rest at her home Southwest of Victor, about 10 Saturday
morning, November 2, 1940 after a short illness. She was born in Mendon, January
is survived by four sons, William, Frank, and Leo of Victor, and Howard
Ryan of Rochester, two daughters, Mrs. John Mahoney of Victor, and Mrs.
Leo Crowley of Macedon, a sister, Mrs. Katherine Keefe of Victor, two
brothers, Frank Mulheron of Rochester, and James Mulheron of
Victor, and nine grandchildren.
services took place Tuesday morning from the home and St. Patrick's church, and
interment at St. Patrick's cemetery. Her
interred 1940 Victor, New York, St. Patrick's Cemetery.
New York, June 10, 1886. Thomas
born in Little Falls, Herkimer, New York June 09, 1854.
Thomas was the son of Patrick Ryan
January 23, 1929 Victor, New York, at 74 years of age.
January 25, 1929
Ryan, 74 years old, died at his home here, Wednesday. He is survived by his
wife, Mary Mulheron, by six children, William, Frank, Leo, Howard,
Mrs. Isabelle Mahoney and Helen Ryan, all of Victor, by two grandchildren, Eileen
Mahoney and Bernard Ryan, and a sister, Mrs. Henry Meagher of East
Funeral services were held this Friday morning, at St. Patrick's church. Burial was made in St. Patrick's cemetery.
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