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OLSCHEWSKE  - OUTHOUSE

Carl2 Olschewske  was born Germany February 1853. He died December 1933 Geneva, New York, at 80 years of age.  

              GENEVA  DAILY  TIMES  Tuesday January 2, 1934

Carl Olschewske, aged 79, died Sunday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Louise Keebler, of 30 Morrell Avenue. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Keebler and Mrs. Emma Bird of Geneva, three sons, John of Canandaigua, August of Fayette, and Fred of Waterloo, one nephew, should be his brother, William or Wilhelm Olschewske of Geneva, 26 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.

 The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at his daughter's residence on Morrell Avenue with the Rev. William Wagner of the First Evangelical church officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.  

            ONTARIO  COUNTY  TIMES JOURNAL January 5, 1934

OLSCHEWSKE -  At Geneva, December 31, 1933, Charles Olschewske, 79, father of John Olschewske of Canandaigua. His body was interred 1933 Geneva, New York, Glenwood Cemetery. 

                            He married Wihelmina Olsowsky Germany.  Wihelmina was born Germany May 06, 1854.  Wihelmina was the daughter of August Frederick Olsowsky and Louise Sokel.  Wihelmina died November 09, 1931 Geneva, New York, at 77 years of age.  

                                GENEVA  DAILY  TIMES  Monday, November 9, 1931

Mrs. Wilhemina Olschewske died this morning at her home on E. Lake Road. She was born on May6, 1854. Beside her husband, Charles, she leaves 2 daughters, Mrs. Louise Keebler and Mrs. Emma Bird of Geneva, three sons, John of Canandaigua, August of the town of Fayette, and Fred of Waterloo, 2 sisters, Mrs. August Lach and Mrs. William Olschewske of Romulus. Funeral announcement to be made later.

                        Louise Olschewske   was born Germany November 14, 1878. 

            ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES September 12, 1928

Miss Louise Olschewske, Scotland road, entertained at bridge on Thursday evening for Miss Catherine Whiple of Medina, who was the guest of Miss Margaret Parmele, West Gibson Street.

              Mildred B. Olschewske  was born 1905.

           ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wednesday  August 25, 1926

 Miss Mildred Olschewske who graduated from the Rochester School of Optometry in June, has become associated with her father, John Olschewske, in his Optical business. 

Wilhelm1 Olschewske  was born August 1862.  Wilhelm died September 10, 1942 at 80 years of age.  Dies at the age of 80 years, 1 month and 10 days.   He married Paulina Olsowsky .

                      Paulina was born Germany 1863.  Paulina was the daughter of August Frederick Olsowsky and Louise Sokel.  Paulina died January 12, 1953 Waterloo, New York, at 89 years of age.  Died aged 90 years, 5 months and 23 days.

                 GENEVA  DAILY  TIMES  Monday January 12, 1953

                                FUNERALS -   Mrs. Pauline Olschewske

Funeral of Mrs. Pauline Olschewske, 90, widow of the late William C. Olschewske, was held today from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry W. Carpenter, 17 West Street, and in the First Evangeklical United Brethren Church.

The Rev. Albert Ehman officiated. Burial was in Maple Grove Cemetery, Waterloo.  The Rev. Mr. Ehman was in charge of the service.  Bearers were all grandsons, Eldon Olschewske, Floyd Olschewske, Cincent Learch, Harry Carpenter Jr., and Wayne Balliet.

August Frederick Olsowsky and Louise Sokel had the following children:

Wihelmina Olsowsky  was born Germany May 06, 1854.  Wihelmina died November 09, 1931 Geneva, New York, at 77 years of age.   

                                                  GENEVA  DAILY  TIMES  Monday, November 9, 1931

Mrs. Wilhemina Olschewske died this morning at her home on E. Lake Road. She was born on May6, 1854. Beside her husband, Charles, she leaves 2 daughters, Mrs. Louise Keebler and Mrs. Emma Bird of Geneva, three sons, John of Canandaigua, August of the town of Fayette, and Fred of Waterloo, 2 sisters, Mrs. August Lach and Mrs. William Olschewske of Romulus. Funeral announcement to be made later.

                     She married Carl Olschewske Germany.  Carl was born Germany February 1853.  Carl was the son of Frederick Olschewske and Louise Ranffel.  Carl died December 1933 Geneva, New York, at 80 years of age.  

                                                       GENEVA  DAILY  TIMES  Tuesday January 2, 1934

 Carl Olschewske, aged 79, died Sunday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Louise Keebler, of 30 Morrell Avenue.

He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Keebler and Mrs. Emma Bird of Geneva, three sons, John of Canandaigua, August of Fayette, and Fred of Waterloo, one nephew, should be his brother, William or Wilhelm Olschewske of Geneva, 26 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. 

 The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at his daughter's residence on Morrell Avenue with the Rev. William Wagner of the First Evangelical church officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.                

                       ONTARIO  COUNTY  TIMES JOURNAL January 5, 1934

 OLSCHEWSKE    At Geneva, December 31, 1933, Charles Olschewske, 79, father of John Olschewske of Canandaigua.

                                                               

Paulina Olsowsky   was born Germany 1863.  Paulina died January 12, 1953 Waterloo, New York, at 89 years of age.  Died aged 90 years, 5 months and 23 days.                       

                       GENEVA  DAILY  TIMES  Monday January 12, 1953

                                  FUNERALS      Mrs. Pauline Olschewske

Funeral of Mrs. Pauline Olschewske, 90, widow of the late William C. Olschewske, was held today from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry W. Carpenter, 17 West Street, and in the First Evangeklical United Brethren Church. The Rev. Albert Ehman officiated. Burial was in Maple Grove Cemetery, Waterloo.  The Rev. Mr. Ehman was in charge of the service. 

Bearers were all grandsons, Eldon Olschewske, Floyd Olschewske, Cincent Learch, Harry Carpenter Jr., and Wayne Balliet. Her body was interred 1953 Maple Grove Cemetery. 

August2 Olsowsky  was born in Konigsbur, Germany November 1850.  August died July 20, 1900 Geneva, New York, at 49 years of age.

                                   ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. July 27, 1900  

 DIED  -  OLSCHIWICKE  -   At Geneva, July 20, 1900, August Olschiwicke, aged 49 years. His body was interred 1900 Geneva, New York, Glenwood Cemetery. 

                          He married Helena M. Schmeier.  Helena was born Germany February 16, 1849.  Helena was the daughter of Joseph Schmeier and Elizabeth Jamal.  Helena died December 18, 1927 Geneva, New York, at 78 years of age.  

                              GENEVA DAILY TIMES  December 19, 1927 

                            OBITUARY      Mrs. Helena Olsowsky

The death of Mrs. Helena Olsowsky, aged 78 years, occurred at her home, 193 Pultney Street yesterday afternoon. Surviving are three daughters, Miss Anna Olsowsky of Geneva, Mrs. C. Linehan of Buffalo, and Sister M. Alexia of the Order of St. Joseph's at Oswego, three sons, Charles Olsowsky and Anthony J. Olsowsky of Geneva, and Augustine Olsowsky of Wellsville, NY, and one brother, Ignatius Schmeier of Chicago, also fifteen grandchildren. The funeral will be held on Tuesday morning from her late home and from St. Stephen's church.

                     Her body was interred 1927 Geneva, New York, St. Patrick's Cemetery

Barbara C. Olsowsky   was born Germany May 1886.  Barbara died March 24, 1970 at 83 years of age.  She married Cornelius Linehan Geneva, New York, October 11, 1916.  

                         GENEVA DAILY TIMES Wednesday October 11, 1916                       

                           WEDDINGS  Linehan - Olsowsky

The marriage of Miss Barbara C. Olsowsky, daughter of Mrs. Helena Olsowsky of 45 North Wadsworth street, and Cornelius Linehan of Buffalo took place this morning at 8 AM at St. Francis de Sales Church. Rev. W. A. McDonals performed the ceremony.

Miss Olsowsky was attended by Miss Elizabeth Linehan of Geneva, sister of the groom, and Anthony Olsowsky of this city, brother of the bride acted as best man. The bride wore a traveling suit of blue broadcloth with hat of black velour and carried a prayer book. Miss Linehan wore a green broadcloth suit with hat to match, and carried a prayer book.

Immediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Linehan left on the Lehigh Valley train for a short trip west. They are to reside in Buffalo

                       ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL October 13, 1916

MARRIED-     LINEHAN  OLSOWSKY   At Geneva, October 11, 1916, Cornelius Linehan and Helena Olsowsky, of Geneva. 

Herman2 Olsowsky was born August 1866.  Herman died October 1916 at 50 years of age.   He married Louisa Laskowski Geneva, New York, June 21, 1890.    

                                      ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES    July 2, 1890

 OLSOWESKIE  -   LASKOWESKI    In Geneva, June 21, 1890, by Rev. Dr. Lohmire, Hermma Olsoweskie  to  Louisa Laskowski.

 

Albert Frederick3 Olsowsky    was born Geneva, New York 1893.  He married Teresa Keenan in Ovid, New York, November 07, 1923. 

MARRIED Albert Frederick Olschewske, aged 30 years, born Geneva, son of Herman and Louise Laskowske, born Germany, to Teresa Keenan Trainer, widow, aged 38 years, born Romulus, daughter of Terrance Keenan and Mary McGinnis, both of Ireland, by Rev. Thomas P. Stafford, Ovid.   

Anthony Joseph3 Olsowsky  was born Geneva, New York October 22, 1893.  Anthony died September 22, 1971 Wolcott, New York, at 77 years of age.   He married Mary Hazel Bidwell Fulton, New York, August 11, 1919.  

                            GENEVA DAILY TIMES  Monday August 11, 1919

                                         WEDDINGS      Olsowsky- Bidwell

The marriage of Miss Hazel Bidwell, of 63 Lyceum Street, to Anthony Olsowsky of North Exchange Street, took place this morning at 10 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception Church in Fulton, Rev. Father Lindsman of that city performing the ceremony. The attendants were Miss Esther Ferris and Frank Connors, both of this city.

 Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents in Fulton, after which the couple left for an auto trip through the Adirondacks, and on returning will make their home in this city, where the groom has a position.  

          ROCHESTER  DEMOCRAT  and CHRONICLE  September 23, 1971  

                          TWO DEAD IN COLLISION

Anthony J. Olsowsky, 77, and his wife, Hazel Marie, 73, of Fulton, Oswego County, were killed yesterday afternoon in a two car crash at an intersection on Route 104A south of Red Creek, Wayne County.

Investigators said Olsowsky was driving. They said the other driver, LeRoy Cook, 27, and his passengers, Daniel Mortimer, 28, and Murray Thomas, 29, all of the Fowler Labor Camp in the Town of Huron, suffered minor injuries. Cook was charged with driving while intoxicated. 

George Orgon and Elizabeth Spencer had the following children:

Emily Adelaide2 Orgon was born Canandaigua, New York December 03, 1870.  Emily died March 13, 1947 New York City, New York, at 76 years of age.   

                  ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL March 21, 1947  PAGE  5

ORGON -   Committal services were held at Woodlawn Chapel, Saturday afternoon, for Miss Emily A. Orgon, 76, native Canandaiguan who died in New York, Thursday, March 13, 1947.  Rev. S. S. Pratt officiated.

Miss Orgon was born December 3, 1870, on the west shore of Canandaigua Lake. She leaves one brother, Eugene Orgon of New York. Her body was interred 1947 Canandaigua, New York,  Woodlawn Cemetery .

William Outhouse and Rebecca had the following children:

 Maria Outhouse was born Peekskill, New York September 25, 1838.  Maria died March 25, 1916 Canandaigua, New York, at 77 years of age.   

                     ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Friday March 31, 1916  PAGE  1  COL 5

 BROCKELBANK -   The death of Maria Outhouse Brockelbank, widow of Caleb Brockelbank, occurred at her home on Bristol Street on Saturday afternoon after a long illness.  She was born in Peekskill on September 25, 1838, daughter of William and Rebecca Outhouse.

 On December 21, 1859 she married Caleb Brockelbank who died August 24, 1902. There survive four daughters, Mrs. Edward W. Johnson, Miss Flora Brockelbank, and Mrs Clair L. Morey, all of Canandaigua, and Miss Lillian Brockelbank of New Haven, Conn, and one son, Charles H. Brockelbank of Canandaigua, one brother Horace Outhouse of the town of Canandaigua. Rev. C. M. Eddy officiated at the funeral services which were held Tuesday afternoon. Her body was interred 1916 Canandaigua, New York, West Avenue Cemetery.

                          She married Caleb Brockelbank Canandaigua, New York, December 21, 1859.  The Ontario County Journal gave a marriage date of December 21, 1859.                   

                             ONTARIO REPUBLICAN TIMES December 30, 1859 -         Caleb Brockelbank to M. Outhouse. 

               Caleb was born Canandaigua, New York November 10, 1825.  Death record states his age at death as 76 years 9 months and 14 days. Caleb was the son of Samuel Brockelbank and Mary.     He married 1st Martha Ferrin February 18, 1855.  Caleb died August 24, 1902 Canandaigua, New York, at 76 years of age.   

                       ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. August 29, 1902  PAGE  2  COL 5

Early Sunday morning occurred the death of Caleb Brockelbank at his home on Bristol Street. He had been in poor health for some time, and three weeks ago suffered a stroke of paralysis, since which time he had failed rapidly. Deceased was nearly 77 years of age and had always lived in this town, where his industrious and upright life was known and appreciated by all who had dealings with him. By trade he was a mechanic and for some years past had conducted a copper shop.

 Besides his wife he leaves four daughters and two sons, Mrs. E. W. Johnson, Misses Flora and Blanche Brockelbank, and Charles Brockelbank, of this village, and Miss Lillian Brockelbank of New Haven, Conn., and Alton of Sherman. Burial in West Avenue Cem. 

 Lynn J.4 Outhouse was born 1907.  Lynn died June 11, 1938 Canandaigua, New York, at 30 years of age.   

                                   ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL June 17, 1938

Lynn J. Outhouse, 31,  died Saturday, home on Chapin Street.  Died after an operation, and will be buried in Woodlawn Cemetery. Born in Canandaigua the son of the late Elmer J. and Alberta Nott Outhouse.  His wife, Mrs. Melissa Lyon Outhouse.  

                    ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday June 17, 1938

                                 OBITUARY -    OUTHOUSE

Funeral services for Lynn J. Outhouse, 31, who died Saturday morning, in Memorial Hospital, following an operation, were held from the home in Chapin Street, Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. Dr. Herbert L. Gaylord officiating. Interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Mr. Outhouse was born in Canandaigua, a son of the late Elmer J. and Alberta Nott Outhouse. He attended Canandaigua Academy and had been engaged in the auto repair business for some years.

Besides his wife, Mrs. Melissa Lyon Outhouse, he leaves two sons, Lynn, Jr. and Eric Jon, three brothers, Gordon, Horace and Carlton Outhouse, all of this city, and one sister, Mrs. Russell Coryell of Dresden.  

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