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Edwin A.6 North  was born in Goshen, Conn. July 17, 1803.  Edwin died April 20, 1873 East Bloomfield, New York, at 69 years of age.  His body was interred 1873 East Bloomfield, New York, Rice Cemetery. 

          He married Lydia M. Cooley Canandaigua, New York, October 09, 1827.  

                  ONTARIO COUNTY REPOSITORY October 17, 1827  

Robinson Darius6 North  was born in Goshen, Conn. August 14, 1818.  Found this in the Ontario County Times obituary. The 1910 Canandaigua Census shows Conn. as place of birth as well as both parents. Robinson died December 20, 1910 Canandaigua, New York, at 92 years of age.  His obituary stated that his father and his brothers all came to this area together.  

                                ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  Wed. December 28, 1910  

                                       Sudden death of Canandaigua's Oldest citizen.

Mr. Robinson D. North, the last surviving and the oldest of the quartet of nonagenerians who fifteen months ago formed a notable feature of village life, passed away during Tuesday night of last week at the home of his daughter, Mrs. David S. Willys on Pleasant street. Mr. Joel M. Howey, Mr. Bardwell Billings and Mr. Chauncey Spear had preceded him, all passing away within the period named.  

Mr. North although he passed his 92nd birthday last summer, retained his strength and alertness to the very last. Until cold weather made such exercise unpleasant, he was frequently observed riding horseback in the village streets. He had attended church the preceding Sunday morning according to his invariable custom, and the day before his death he was about the house as usual, characteristically active and cheerful. Then he laid himself down to what was destined to be his last sleep. When he did not appear Wednesday morning at the usual hour, those who went to call him found that the spirit had departed during the night.

Robinson D. North was born in Goshen Conn., August 14, 1818, the son of Israel and Charlotte North. His parents moved from Conn. to East Bloomfield when he was but three years old, and his home thereafter continued in this county. His active life was devoted to farming. He was married in 1839 at East Bloomfield to Miss Ora Chatfield of East Bloomfield, who died November 6, 1893, in Canandaigua, to which village the family had moved in 1880.

He was engaged for a number of years in the box making business with the late David Willys, a son in law. First making his home on Chapin Street in this village, he later removed to that of his daughter, Mrs. Willys, where he has since resided and where retired from active work he spent his declining years and had the tenderest care and sympathy.

Mr. North was a member of the Presbyterian church and had held the office of elder in that church for a number of years. He was loyal in his friendships and to his kindred, among whom he counted grandchildren and great grandchildren, he was ever patient and helpful. Especially was he interested in the success of his grandson, John N. Willys, President of the Overland Automobile Company, and to his interest and support extended in the struggles of his early business career the latter owes much of the success he has recently achieved.

Mr. North leaves two daughters, Mrs. Lottie E. Vandenbergh of Detroit Michigan, Mrs. Lydia N. Willys of Canandaigua. The funeral service was held at the Presbyterian church on Friday afternoon, and interment will be at Woodlawn.  

                              ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. December 23, 1910  

                                           LAST OF AGED QUARTET GONE  

                          Robinson D. North Passed Peacefully Away on Tuesday Night.

There passed away on Tuesday night the last of the four nonagenarians whose friendship and interest in one another have been one of the charming incidents in the village life in the later years. Mr. Howey, Mr. Billings, Mr. Spears, and Mr. North had looked after one another for a number of years in most fatherly fashion. Mr. Howey broke the circle first, he was followed by Mr. Billings, Mr. Spears.

Sometime during Tuesday night Robinson D. North joined them again. His departure was congruous with all his life. Quietly and without alarm he went to enter upon the joys and services if the other world. He lay down to sleep and awoke in the morning in the Father's House. He was a man of remarkable vitality. Until quite recently he could be seen riding horseback his much beloved Bessie, carrying his 92 years with erect and buoyant grace.

Robinson D. North was born in Goshen, Conn., on August 14, 1818. Coming with his father and brothers from New England, while still a boy, he had spent his life in this locality. He was known all over this part of the country and was universally respected and loved. He brought with him from New England a Puritan conscience and a reverence for the sanctities of life. Exacting toward himself, his unique spirit of humility and guileless tempered his judgments of others with a considerateness and patience that made it possible for him to live without enemies.

His wife, Ora Chatfield, died Nov. 6, 1893, and he leaves two daughters, Mrs. Lottie E. VanDenbergh, of Detroit Michigan, and Mrs. Lydia M. Willys, of Canandaigua. After leaving his farm in East Bloomfield in 1870, he resided for some time on Chapin Street. For the past 14 years he had made his home with Mrs. Willys.  

Mr. North was of strong religious nature. He was converted at 16, joined the church and had been a faithful member ever since. With absolutely unbroken regularity he attended church Sunday mornings, and was in his place last Sunday as usual. Until about a year ago he was equally regular in attendance upon the Sunday evening and Wednesday evening services. He was an elder in the Presbyterian church, and in this office, as in all other things, he was devoted and faithful. To all who knew him at all intimately he was Grampa North.

It was in his grandchildren and great grandchildren that he found his chiefest interest in these last years. To his grandson John N. Willys, president of the Overland Automobile Company, he had been of great help in the early stages of his success, and watched his wonderful progress and achievement with great pride. He will be remembered for his unselfish eagerness to be helpful, and his unwillingness to be the cause of trouble or anxiety.

He bore the many weaknesses and pains of his 92 years, not only uncomplainingly, but with such cheerfulness that few knew at what cost he was saving his smiles for his friends.  He loved his friends and loved to make friends. And what is much more difficult, he knew how to keep them. He will be remembered for his faith and devotion to his God. His was a life of prayer. I think the gentle soul of him goes softly in some garden place, with the old smile time may not dim, upon his face.  Funeral services will be held at 3 PM today, in the Presbyterian church, and Rev. G. L. Morrill will officiate.  

                                   Robinson D. North  1818 1910  aged 92 years

The death of Robeinson D. North, occurred at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lydia M. Willys, in Canandaigua on Tuesday of last week.  Mr. North was born in Goshen, Conn., August 14, 1818, and came with his parents to this locality to reside when but a boy.  His wife, Ora Chatfield, died November 6, 1893.  Mr. North was one of Bloomfield's most successful farmers in his day. He moved from his farm here to Canandaigua in 1870 and later sold the farm to John W. Toomey.

 Mr. North is survived by two daughter, Mrs. Lottie E. VanDenbergh and Mrs. Lydia M. Willys. The former resides in Detroit, Michigan, and the latter in Canandaigua. Deceased was a man of strong Christian character. He was an elder in the Presbyterian church, where his place was seldom vacant. Of him it can truly be said, a good man had gone to his reward. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon. Rev. Morrill officiated. His body was interred 1910 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.

                  He married Ora Chatfield East Bloomfield, New York, September 04, 1839.  Ora was born Auburn, New York March 1821.  Ora was the daughter of Josiah Chatfield and Lydia Ingraham .  Ora died November 6, 1902 Canandaigua, New York, at 81 years of age.[i] [i]. Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 1634.Record lists her age as 81 years 8 months. 

                   ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Friday November 7, 1902 PAGE  3  COL 6

NORTH -    At Canandaigua, November 6, 1902, Mrs. Ora Chatfield North, wife of Robinson D. North, aged 81 years 8 months.  

                                               SAME  PAPER   PAGE  3  COL  5

At an early hour yesterday morning occurred the death of Mrs. Ora Chatfield North, wife of Robinson D. North at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. M. Willys, Pleasant Street. The deceased was 81 years of age, and for the past few months she had slowly but steadily lost strength. Mrs. North was born in Auburn. On September 4, 1839 she married Mr. North and they resided in E. Bloomfield until 1880 when they came to Canandaigua.

Mrs. North was a woman of strong Christian character and as long as her strength would permit she was an active worker in the church. During her residence in E. Bloomfield she was a member of the Congregational Church. Upon coming to Canandaigua she united with the Presbyterian church. She leaves 2 daughters, Mrs. Willys, and Mrs. L. E. VanDenbergh of Detroit, five grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Amy Hawley of this village, and two brothers, John Chatfield of Iola, Kansas, and David Chatfield of Detroit Michigan. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at  three o'clock from Mrs. Willys' residence. 

 

Robinson Darius North and Ora Chatfield had the following children:

 Charlotte Elizabeth7 North was born 1845.  Charlotte died May 01, 1929 Canandaigua, New York, at 83 years of age.   

                              ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. May 3, 1929    PAGE  1

VANDENBERG -    Funeral services of Mrs. Charlotte North Vandenberg, formerly of Canandaigua, whose death occurred Wednesday, will be held at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lydia M. Willys, Main Street North, this afternoon. Mrs. Vandenberg was a resident of Detroit Michigan, but had been spending the winter at Florence Villa, Florida.

She leaves besides her sister, Mrs. Willys, two daughters, Miss Ora Vandenbergh and Mrs. William Rannie Smith, of Detroit. Rev. Hardy Lumb will officiate at the services, and interment will be in West Avenue. Her body was interred 1929 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.

                  She married Philip S. VanDenbergh 1869.   Philip was born 1842.  Philip was the son of Cornelius VanDenbergh and Helen VanDenbergh.  Philip died March 05, 1879 Albany, New York, at 36 years of age.   

                                  ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Edition, March 12, 1879, Page 3, Col 2

OBITUARY -  Phillip S. VanDenbergh of this village died at Albany on Wednesday last. He has been suffering some time from kidney complaint and hoping to receive some beneficial treatment on Monday of last week when he started for Albany. Arrived there, the physician who attended him saw that his condition was critical in the extreme, and though everything possible was done for him he died on Wednesday PM.  The remains were brought back to this village for interment.

Funeral services were held from his residence on Saturday. The deceased was a son of the late Cornelius VanDenbergh, and for several years past had been largely engaged manufacturing grape boxes.

 

Lydia Muncil North was born East Bloomfield, New York September 15, 1846.  Lydia died June 13, 1929 Canandaigua, New York, at 82 years of age.  Vital Records fiche number 828D at Rochester Rundel Library. 

ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wednesday June 19, 1929  PAGE 5  COL  5

                                Mrs. Lydia M. Willys

 Mrs. Lydia M. Willys, widow of David Willys, and mother of John N. Willys of New York and Toledo, died suddenly at her home in this city on Thursday. Her death which was caused by heart trouble, was unexpected.

Lydia M. North was born in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on September 15, 1846, daughter of Robinson D.  and Ora Chatfield North, who moved to East Bloomfield when she was a baby.                       

On November 5, 1867 she was married at the Congregational church in East Bloomfield to David Smith Willys of Canandaigua, and had resided here since that time. Mr. Willys died on January 16, 1897.

Mrs. Willys was an active member of the Presbyterian church and its auxilliaries, and of the Canandaigua WCTU, and had contributed liberally to their support.

Besides the son John N. Willys, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. James Castle Saye of this city, and Mrs. Mary A. Sleght of Rochester, four grandchildren, Jarvis W. Sleght, John N. Sleght, and Mrs. Lawrence O. DeVoll of Rochester, and Mrs. Luis DeAguire of Argentina, the former Miss Virginia Willys, who was presented at court in London just prior to her marriage in that city last month, also a great granddaughter, Marilyn DeVoll. Her body was interred 1929 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery. 

                                She married David Smith Willys East Bloomfield, New York, November 05, 1867.[i]  [i]. LDS Family Search.Submitter was a Thomas North.   David Smith Willys  was born Bath, New York December 13, 1840.  David was the son of John Willys and Mary Keyes .  David died January 16, 1897 Canandaigua, New York, at 56 years of age.[ii]  [ii]. Canandaigua City clerk office record number 1430. 

                                            Ontario County Journal, Friday January 22, 1897

Obituary -    On Saturday morning occurred the death of David S. Willys a well known businessman and long time resident. He had been in poor physical and mental health for some time past. He was aged 56 years.

Survivors are his widow, one son John N. Willys, two daughters, Misses Emily and Mary Willys. He was a member of the firm of Willys and Hollis Brick Manufacturers. He was a prominent GAR man having served during the Rebellion in the 27th NY Vol Infantry. There was a largely attended the funeral at the family residence on Pleasant Street.

                                                                SAME  PAPER

DIED -   WILLYS -    At Canandaigua, January 16, 1897, David S. Willys, aged 56 years, 1 month.

                           His body was interred 1897 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.                                       

                                          ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  May 24, 1912                      

Mrs. Lydia M. Willys and daughter Miss Emily G. Willys, have removed to their new home on Main Street North. 

Ebenezer Sumner2 Nott   was born Cheshire, New York 1799.  Ebenezer died February 20, 1881 Canandaigua, New York, at 81 years of age.

                            ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Fri. Feb. 25, 1881  PAGE  2  COL  6

 DIED - This town, February 20th, Ebenezer S. Nott, aged 82 years.  

          He married twice.  He married Jerusha Brown.  Jerusha was born Vermont 1813.  Jerusha died May 30, 1881 Cheshire, New York, at 67 years of age.  

                                   ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  June 1, 1881    PAGE  3  COL  8

  NOTT  -   Cheshire, on Monday, May 31, 1881, Jerusa Nott, relict of the late Ebenezer Nott, aged 68 years.

            He married Eunice S. Case October 1822.  

                                 ONTARIO COUNTY REPOSITORY October 29, 1822  

         Ebenezer S. Nott to Eunice S. Case, daughter of Seba Case. Eunice is the daughter of Seba Case.    

 

Ebenezer Sumner Nott and Eunice S. Case had the following child:  

Alfred M.3 Nott was born October 28, 1825.  Alfred died February 13, 1884 Canandaigua, New York, at 58 years of age. 

             ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 15, 1884

NOTT -   In this village, February 13, 1884, after a long illness, Alfred M. Nott, aged 58 years.  Funeral services will be held at the late residence of the deceased, on Gorham Street on Saturday afternoon.

                                              ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  February 20, 1884

DIED -  NOTT     In Canandaigua,  Feb. 14th, Alfred M. Nott, aged 58 years, 3 months, 15 days. First Freewill Baptist Union Society of  Canandaigua                    

                                         Also known as:  The Union Church of Cheshire

                           Now known as: The Cheshire Community Church of Canandaigua

                              Record Book 1840 - 1925    Cheshire Nov. 19, 1868

A special meeting having been called to consider the repairing of the present house (meeting) in    Cheshire or of building a new one. The meeting was called to order, and Peter Silvernail was chosen chairman for the evening. The deed of the lot on which the meeting house stands was called   for and read. After a few remarks from gentlemen of the meeting, the meeting moved to adopt this  plan to build a new house.

The party or society that could raise the most money should have the deed  of the house and the other denomination the use of the house one half of the time. Five persons were appointed as a building committee: Levi Haskell, A.M. Nott, George Curtis, John L. Johnson, and  Luman Durand. The meeting moved that this committee serve without pay. Moved by the meeting to  appoint soliciting committees to raise$4,000 with which to build a house. Levi Haskell and A.M. Nott for the Baptists and Daniel J. Bakerand Luman Durand for the Methodists. Moved to adjourn for  two weeks. Peter Silvernail Chairman C.B. Ward Clerk 

Sibley Ebenezer3 Nott  was born Canandaigua, New York October 07, 1843.  Sibley died July 22, 1928 Cheshire, New York, at 84 years of age. 

                        ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Fri. July 27, 1928  PAGE  4  COL  5

CHESHIRE -  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.

He 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, 1863 serving  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.

He 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. He 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 ago. Funeral 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 sang.  

                            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. He 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.

 

                  He married twice.  He married Elinor Elwell February 20, 1868.  Elinor is the daughter of Dyer Elwell and Eleanor Reynolds.  

Elinor became the mother of Charles Frances Nott July 1874.  He married 2nd  Marie Turner 1881. Marie was born New York June 1836.  Marie died September 05, 1908 Cheshire, New York, at 72 years of age.   

               ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL September 11, 1908

NOTT - At Cheshire, September 5, 1908, Mrs. Marie Turner Nott, wife of Sibley E. Nott, aged 72 years.

 

He married 2nd  Minerva Hannah Pierce Rochester, New York, April 06, 1905.   

                                     ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES

                                   MARRIAGE   NOTT - PIERCE  

At Rochester, April 6, 1905, Charles Nott of Cheshire and Miss Minerva Pierce of Canandaigua. Announcement is made of the marriage on April 6, 1905 at Rochester, by Rev. Dr. S. B. Nelson of St. Peter's Presbyterian church, of Miss Minerva Pierce to Mr. Charles Nott, both of Canandaigua.

                             Minerva was born Canandaigua, New York March 05, 1875.  Minerva was the daughter of Robert Melvin Pierce and Minerva Hannah Andrews.  Minerva died February 10, 1914 Canandaigua, New York, at 38 years of age.   

                          ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  Wed. February 18, 1914  PAGE  3 COL 4

DIED   -     NOTT  At Canandaigua February 10, 1914, Mrs. Minnie Nott, wife of Charles Nott, aged 35 years, Interment at Bristol.                      

                         ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  Wed. Feb. 11, 1914  PAGE 3  COL  2

Mrs. CHARLES NOTT - aged about 35 years, wife of Charles Nott, of the West Lake Shore Road, died at the Memorial Hospital yesterday afternoon following an operation for gall stones about five weeks ago.

She is survived by her husband and three small children, also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Melvin Pierce, and two brothers, Leon and Rollin, and three sisters, Mrs. Mabel Sangster, Mrs. Jessie Case, and Miss Jennie Pierce.  

                    ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL

NOTT The death of Mrs. Minerva H. Pierce, wife of Charles E. Nott, West Lake Road, occurred at Memorial Hospital on Tuesday afternoon. Deceased underwent an operation five weeks ago.

She was born in Bristol, on March 5, 1875. Besides her husband, she leaves three small sons, Melvin C. , Sibley E., and Walter, her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. Melvin Pierce, two brothers, Leon and Rollen Pierce, three sisters, Mrs. Jessie Case, Mrs. Mabel Sangster, and Miss Jennie Pierce, of Canandaigua.  The funeral services will be held from the parents home on Cheshire Road, today. Rev. Livingston L. Taylor will officiate. Interment will be at Bristol.

                At 35 years of age Minerva became the mother of Melvin Charles Nott Canandaigua, New York, November 16, 1910.   

              ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  Nov. 23, 1910  PAGE  3  COL  4

BORN  -  NOTT   At Canandaigua, November 16, 1910, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nott, West Lake Rd, a son.

                At 36 years of age Minerva became the mother of Sibley Elton Nott Canandaigua, New York, October 04, 1911.  

                                ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL October 13, 1911

BORNNOTT     At Canandaigua, Oct. 4, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nott, a son. 

Walter Andrews Nott   was born Canandaigua, New York January 22, 1913.  Walter died June 16, 1991 Canandaigua, New York, at 78 years of age.  He married Florence Angell Gorham, New York, August 10, 1940. 

                                   ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL September 6, 1940

                          WEDDING  BELLS         NOTT  -  ANGELL

 Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Florence Angell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Angell of Gorham, to Walter Nott, son of Charles Nott of the West Lake Road. Rev. C. E. Opdyke, pastor of Hall Congregational Church, performed the ceremony, Saturday evening, August 10, in the home of the bride's parents. 

The bride was attended by Miss Jean Meeks of Canandaigua, and Bernard Pierce of Canandaigua was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Nott are residing in Canandaigua. Florence is the daughter of Louis Angell

Melvin Charles5 Nott  was born Canandaigua, New York November 16, 1910.  He married June Priscilla Chambers Rochester, New York, August 18, 1933.

               ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  Nov. 23, 1910  PAGE  3  COL  4

BORN -   NOTT    At Canandaigua, November 16, 1910, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nott, West Lake Rd, a son.    

              ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday July 13, 1934

 WEDDING  BELLS   NOTTCHAMBERS    At Rochester, August 18, 1933, Melvin Nott and June Priscilla Chambers, both of Canandaigua.

 

Melvin Grant6 Nott  was born Canandaigua, New York November 28, 1934.  Melvin died September 25, 1937 at 2 years of age.   

                                    ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday October 1, 1937                       

                                                Child  Fatally  Hurt In  Automobile  Crash

Funeral services for Melvin G. Nott, 3 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nott, of Cheshire, who was fatally injured in an automobile accident Saturday night, were held Tuesday afternoon, from the Walter Mortenson home in Aloquin. The Rev. Stephen S. Pratt, of this city, officiated and interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery.

The child is reported to have been standing on the front seat of the car between his father and mother, when the car veered to the side of the road and overturned in a ditch. An artery in the boy's neck was severed by broken glass when he was thrown against the windshield and he died as he was being rushed to the Memorial Hospital. 

Besides his parents, Melvin and June Chambers Nott, the boy leaves his grandfather, Charles Nott, of Canandaigua, and grandmother, Mrs. Mary Chambers of Webster. 

Sibley Elton5 Nott  was born Canandaigua, New York October 04, 1911. 

                                         ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL October 13, 1911 

BORN  NOTT     At Canandaigua, Oct. 4, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nott, a son. Sibley died March 30, 1979 Rochester, New York, at 67 years of age.  Internment at the Andrews Cemetery in Bristol.

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