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NELLIS - NORSEN
Max Nellis Jr.7
was born January 30, 1921. Byron
died January 17, 1992 Rochester, New York,
at 70 years of age.
ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE
Sunday January 19, 1992 PAGE
Byron M. -
Friday, January 17, 1992. Survived
by his wife, Gersaldine A. Nellis, his sons, and daughter in law, Jeffrey
R. and Deborah Nellis of Rochester, Brad M. Nellis of Arizona, his
granddaughter, Jessica Lee Nellis of Arizona. He was a Veteran of WW II.
may call at the Van Schleich and Meeson Funeral Home Inc., 1075 Long Pond Road.
Interment at Lyons Rural Cemetery at the convenience of the family. His
body was interred 1992 Lyons, New York,
Lyons Rural Cemetery.
and CHRONICLE August 5, 1944
TWO LYONS SOLDIERS HURT IN NORMANDY
Late casualty lists name two Lyons boys injured on the Normandy
battlefront. Byron Nellis Jr. was wounded in action July 14,according to
word received by his mother, Mrs. Lillian Nellis, but there were no
The young private is an only son, and was graduated from Lyons High School the year before he donned the uniform. Fifteen minutes after the Army telegram came notifying Mrs. Nellis that her son was wounded, the mailman brought her a letter from him dated July 24, 10 days after he was wounded, in which he made no mention of any injury.
was born March 27, 1905.
December 09, 1992 Canandaigua, New York, at 87 years of age.
MESSENGER December 10, 1992
OBITUARY - Roby N. Kennedy
Canandaigua resident Roby N. Kennedy of West Gibson St.
died yesterday, December 9, at her home. She was 87.
Mrs. Kennedy, the widow of the late Thomas Kennedy, was
a graduate of the University of Richmond in Virginia and Farmville Teachers
College. At one time she taught school in the Richmond, Va. school district
and was also a former case worker for the Ontario County Dept of Social
are her daughter, Helen Kennedy, a brother and three sisters in Virginia,
four grandsons, Thomas, Mark, Michael and Pete Kennedy, and a Great
grandson, Daniel Sterling. She was predeceased by her sons and daughter
in law, Judge Robert Kennedy and T. Hamilton and Marian Kennedy.
may call today from 7 to 9 PM at John C. Johnson Funeral Home, 47 N. Main
Street, where services will be held tomorrow. Burial will be in Calvary
interred 1992 Canandaigua, New York, Calvary Cemetery.
Virginia, June 30, 1938.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday July 1, 1938
of Canandaigua, the City Treasurer, and Miss Roby
Newton of Petersberg, Virginia, were married in that city Thursday morning.
Attendants were Miss Jean Newton, sister of the bride, and James P.
Donovan of this city. After a short wedding trip they will reside at 124
West Gibson Street.
Thomas Daniel Kennedy
was born Canandaigua, New York September 08, 1893.
Birth record number 817 at Canandaigua City Clerk. Thomas was the son of
Henry James Kennedy
New York, October 20, 1919.[i]
Ontario County Archive record number 4524 on microfilm at Hopewell, NY,
lists his age as 26 years, born Canandaigua, occupation was Conductor R and E.
His parents were Henry J, Kennedy and Katherine Moran, both USA. Frances was
listed as a stenographer, born Brooklyn, NY, father was Edward P. Hamilton and
mother was Mary Morrissey, both of USA. She was age 23 years.
Marriage Record copy is on PG 2H in the book, A Tree Trunk .Canandaigua City
clerk office record number 416 shows Eliz Kennedy and William J. Hanley aas
COUNTY JOURNAL Friday October 24,
1919 FRONT PAGE
KENNEDY - HAMILTON
marriage of Thomas Daniel Kennedy, Clark Street, and Miss Frances
Lillian Hamilton, Center Street, took place at St. Mary's church on Monday. Rev.
James T. Dougherty performed the ceremony. The bride wore a blue suit with
taupe hat. Her corsage bouquet was of bride's roses.
was attended by Miss Elizabeth Kennedy of Canandaigua, sister of the
groom, who wore a blue suit with a black hat. Her bouquet was pink roses. The
groom was attended by William Hanley. Ushers were Raymond and John Kennedy, cousins
of the groom. The wedding music was played by Miss Ruth Pierce and Mrs. Fred
S. Haubner sang.
wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mrs. Helen McCarthy, Center
Street, with whom the bride resided. Covers were laid for 25.
They will reside at Atwater Place.
at St Mary's Church, the Rev James T. Dougherty performed the ceremony.
Bride was attended by Elizabeth L. Kennedy, a sister of the groom. The
groom was attended by William J. Hanley.
Thomas died August
04, 1959 Rochester, New York, at 65 years of age.
DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE Thurs. August 6, 1959 PAGE 28
Thomas D. Kennedy, age 65, died August 4, at Highland Hospital. He
was the city treasurer of Canandaigua for 27 years, a member of St. Mary's
Church and the Holy Name Society, a World War I veteran, a member of the
American Legion and the 40 and 8, past County Commander and past Commander of
Post 256 of Canandaigua.
He is survived by his wife, Roby N, two sons, T. Hamilton and Robert, of Canandaigua, one daughter, Helen R. Kennedy of West Chester, Pa., one brother, Jack, and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Burr, both of Shortsville, four grandchildren, one nephew. Friends may call at the John C. Johnson Funeral Home. Burial in Calvary Cemetery. American Legion will conduct military rites at the cemetery.
was born USA 1886. Charles died February 23, 1964 at 77
years of age. He married Sophie
Phelps, New York, May 13, 1908.[ii]
Witnesses were Henry
Norsen and Sophia Maslyn. [ii].
Certificate and Record of Marriage number 11, and the Affidavit for License to
Marry copies are on PG 1F and PG 1G in the book, A Tree Trunk.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wed.
May 20, 1908
NORSEN - BREAMER
At Phelps, May 13, 1908, Charles Norsen and Miss Sophia Breamer, both
Katherine Marie Norsen
was born February 25, 1921.
September 20, 1988 Manchester, New York, at 67 years of age.
ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE Wed.
Sept. 21, 1988 PAGE 4C
Katherine M. Russell Age 67 on Sept. 20, 1988. Survived by one son, Lewis Randall, 2 daughters, Ellen Hibbard, Kathleen Thompson, 9 grandchildren, 5 gr grandchildren. Friends may call Halsted Patrick Funeral Home, 19 Main St. Manchester. Funeral Thursday.
interred September 1988 Shortsville, New York, Catholic Cemetery.
born Newark, New York November 30, 1918. Lewis was the son of Lewis
2nd Margaret Armstrong.
17,1963 Elmira, New York, at 44 years of age.
ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE
NEWARK - Lewis H. Randall of 100 Bloomer Ave., Elmira, a native of Newark, died Friday, May 17, 1963 in Elmira. He was 44.
Randall was born Nov. 30, 1918, a son of Lewis H. and Dorothy Mae
Randall. He attended Newark schools and had been employed at the Corning
Glass Works. A World War II veteran, Mr. Randall was a member of the
American Legion and VFW posts in Elmira.
are his widow, Margaret Armstrong Randall of Elmira, two daughters, Mrs.
Rhuel Hibbard, of Newark, and Kathleen Randall of Clifton Springs,
and one son Lewis H. Randall 3rd of Rochester, one brother, Arthur B.
Williams of Newark, and one granddaughter.
service will be held Monday in the Olthof Funeral Home in Elmira, with burial in
Elmira. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
At 26 years of age Lewis
father of Kathleen Randall
New York, April 02, 1945.
COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday April 6, 1945
BIRTH RECORD - RANDALL At F. F. Thompson Hospital, April 2, 1945, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Randall, Manchester.
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