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RICKETSON - ROWE
was born Dutchess County, New York July 1839.
died February 19, 1903 Bristol,
New York, at 63 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
February 27, 1903
John Ricketson died at his
home in this place on February 19. In April last he suffered a severe stroke of
paralysis from which he never fully recovered.
He was able to walk about and do some light work.
Mr. Ricketson was born in Dutchess County in July 1839, and
came to this town with his widowed mother when about 16 years of age.
after, he settled upon the farm where he had resided until recently. He had
served the town as justice of the peace for several years, and resigned that
office after the severe illness which overtook him the past season. He was
supervisor for two terms during the eighties. The deceased was a member of the
Society of Friends, and although like the sect to which he belonged, he was not
demonstrative, his quiet and abiding faith in a Higher Power was evident to
those who associated with him. He
had been a member of Canandaigua Lodge No. 294, F and A M, for many years. As a
citizen, a public benefactor, and a kind and sympathetic neighbor, he will be
sadly missed in this community.
wife and one son, Henry Ricketson, and two daughters, Mrs. O. B.
Roper, of East Bloomfield, and Mrs. W. C. Hemenway, of this place,
survive him. The funeral was held
at the church on Saturday, Rev. Peter McKenzie officiating. The
attendance was large and included life long acquaintances from this and
surrounding towns. The interment was in the Coye Cemetery. His
body was interred 1903 Bristol, NY, Coye
and Jeanette Trembly
had the following
was born April 28, 1870. Mary
22, 1879 South Bristol, New York, at 8 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES January
29, 1879 PAGE 2
DIED - RICKETSON
- In South Bristol, on the 22nd
instant, Mary, daughter of John and Janette Ricketson, aged 8
years, 9 months and one day.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL January 24, 1879
PAGE 2 COL 5
RICKETSON - In South Bristol, January 22, 1879, Mary Ricketson, daughter of John and Janette Ricketson, aged 8 years and 9 months.
was born South Bristol, New York September 24, 1874.
October 13, 1917 in Bristol Valley, New York, at 43 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL October 19, 1917
DIED - HEMENWAY
Bristol Valley, October 13, 1917, Edith Ricketson Hemenway, wife of William
C. Hemenway, aged 43 years. Her
interred 1917 Bristol, New York, Coye Cemetery.
Springs, NY, December 25, 1895.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Jan
8, 1896 Page
MARRIED HEMENWAY - RICKETSON
Bristol Springs December 25, 1895, William Hemenway and Miss Edith Ricketson,
both of Bristol Springs.
PAGE 2 COL 6
We notice that Will C. Hemenway and Miss Edith Ricketson were married Xmas day at her sister's, Mrs. O. B. Roper, in East Bloomfield. They have set up their Lares and Penates in the C. G. Hemenway homestead a little North of this place. We are pleased that Edith moved no further distance from us.
Ricketson was born February 1878. Emily
April 18, 1879 Bristol Springs, New York, at 1 year of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri.
April 25, 1879 PAGE
2 COL 6
DIED - In
Bristol Springs April 18, 1879, Emily,
daughter of John Ricketson, aged 1 year 2 mos.
and Margaret Conn
the following child:
C. W.2 Riddell was born in Brockville, Canada 1879.
New York, December 31, 1917.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL January 4, 1918
MARRIED RIDDELL - VANDENBERGH
Canandaigua December 31, 1917, Charles C. W. Riddell of Rochester, and Miss
Helen Louise VanDenbergh of Canandaigua.
RIDDELL - VANDENBERGH
marriage of Charles C.W. Riddell of Rochester, and Helen Louise
VanDenbergh, West Gibson Street, took place on Monday afternoon. Rev. C.
Clarence Baker performed the ceremony.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
At Canandaigua, November 14, 1906, Thomas Scantlin and Miss Helen L. VanDenbergh, both of Canandaigua.
Russell1 Ridgely was born in Greensboro January 29, 1943. He
was born Seattle, Washington
February 12, 1943.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri.
Feb. 19, 1943
BIRTH - SHENKMAN - At Seattle, Washington, February 12, 1943, a daughter to Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Bernard Shenkman. Mrs. Shenkman was Miss Henrietta Bill, of Canandaigua. Shelley is the daughter of Bernard Shenkman and Henrietta Bills.
born in Worth, Sussex, England May 08, 1831.
Henry may be Harriet Ridley's father and Henry S.
Ridley would be her brother. On the death certificate for Henry , it
said his father Alber and he was in the USA since 1879. Henry
died September 10, 1903 Geneva, New York,
at 72 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL September 18, 1903
PAGE 3 COL 6
at Geneva, September 10, 1903, Henry Ridley, aged 72 years.
TIMES September 12, 1903
- The funeral of Henry Ridley,
who died Thursday, will be held at his home, No. 47 Avenue B, tomorrow afternoon
and at St. Peter's church. Rev.
J. B. Hubbs will officiate and the burial will be at Maple Grove Cemetery,
Waterloo. The members of the G. A.
R., Swift Post, No. 49 and Green Smith command, No. 6, U. V. U, will attend in a
body was interred 1903 Waterloo, New York,
Maple Grove Cemetery.
was born Ireland 1835. Nancy
died December 18, 1901 Geneva, New
York, at 66 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL December 27, 1901
PAGE 3 COL 6
- At Geneva, December 18, 1901, Mrs.
Henry Ridley, aged 68 years. Interment at Waterloo.
Harriet E. Ridley was born Waterloo, New York May 24, 1865.
21, 1949 Geneva, New York, at 84 years of age.
Geneva Town Hall Death record
number 119, widowed, husband Eugene Marshall. She was born May 24, 1865,
at Waterloo, and was aged 84 years, 1 mo, 27 das. Father was Henry Ridley,
mother, Nancy Maloney.
TIMES Friday July 22,
Harriet Elizabeth Ridley Marshall, 84, 100 E. North Street, widow of Eugene
Marshall, died last night in her home following a long illness.
Marshall was born in the Town of Waterloo, May 24, 1865, daughter of Henry
and Nancy Maloney Ridley. She
had lived in Geneva for a number of years. She
belonged to St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church and the Rosary Society of
are a daughter, Mrs. Andrew C. Brown, three sons, Eugene J. and Elvey,
all of Geneva, John D., Niagara Falls., two brothers, Elvey and
Martin Ridley, ten grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Her
interred 1949 Geneva, New York, St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Springs, New York, July 04, 1890.
born Waterloo, New York July 1865. Eugene
was the son of Samuel Dean Marshall
October 26, 1911 Geneva, New York, at 46 years of age.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES October 25, 1911
Marshall died this morning at 12 o'clock, of neuritis at his home, No. 9
Gates Avenue. He is survived by his widow, three sons, Eugene Jr., Alvai
and John, and one daughter, Marie, of Geneva, his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dean Marshall of Waterloo, one brother, John Marshall of Port
Byron, three sisters, Mrs. Healy Dadson of Fayette, Mrs. Rene Taylor
of Hillsdale, Mich., and Miss Isabelle Marshall of Waterloo.
funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from his late residence. Rev.
William McPadden, assistant rector of St. Francis de Sales church will
officiate, and interment will be made at St. Patrick's Cemetery.
S.4 Ridley was
born Waterloo, New York September 1861. Henry died October 05, 1900 Geneva, New York, at
39 years of age.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES
S. Ridley died at the family residence, 91 North Street, at 1 o'clock this
morning, aged 40 years. Besides his mother and father he is survived by a wife
and four small children, five sisters, Mrs. Amos Thornton, of Harvey, NY,
Mrs. Edgar Bulgar, Buffalo, and Mrs. Thomas Laing, Mrs. Eugene
Marshall and Mrs. Benjamin Schroyer, of this city, and three
brothers, Martin Ridley and John Ridley, of this city, and Elvey
Ridley, of Auburn.
deceased had been confined to the house by illness for the past year. He had
resided in Geneva 10 years, and was a communicant of St. Francis de Sales
church. The funeral will take place from St Francis church Monday morning.
Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES October
17, 1900 PAGE 3
- RIDLEY At Geneva, October 5, 1900, Henry
S. Ridley, aged 40 years. His
body was interred 1900 Geneva, New York,
St. Patrick's Cemetery.
was born January 22, 1918. Elsie
died July 05,
1989 in Fort Myers, Florida, at 71 years of age.
DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE Friday July 7, 1989
Formerly of Penfield, July 5, 1989 at Fort Myers, Florida, Mrs. Bills is survived by her husband, Howard, daughters and husbands, Dianne and James Place of Pt. Charlotte, Florida, Bonnie and James Bendschneider of Fairport, son Allen Bills of N. H. , seven grandchildren. Friends invited to Nulton Funeral Home, Penfield Rd.. Expressions of sympathy may be directed to the Penfield Vol. Ambulance.
was born Riccall, Yorkshire, England 1821.
Mary died 1866
Manchester, New York, at 45 years of age. Her
interred 1866 Manchester, New York, Baptist Church Cemetery Rt 21. She
born in Harby, Leicestershire, England January 09, 1832.
William was the son of Richard Wheatley
June 15, 1908 Manchester, New York, at 76 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
June 26, 1908 PAGE
Wheatley at Shortsville, June 15, 1908, William
SHORTSVILLE ENTERPRISE PAGE
2 Friday June 19, 1908
Death of William Wheatley
one of the oldest residents of the town of Manchester, died at his home, about
one mile East of the village, on Monday morning at 5 o'clock. Death was caused
by rheumatism of the heart.
was about 77 years of age and is survived by his widow, five daughters, Mrs.
David Slack, of Clifton Springs, Mrs. George VanGelder of
Canandaigua, Mrs. Harriet Hornsby, of Palmyra, Mrs. John Slack, and
Mrs. Daniel Damon of this village, and two sons, Richard of Hopewell,
and Albert who resides at the farm home.
funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock from the
Methodist church, Rev. S. S. Pratt officiating. The interment was in the
old Manchester Cemetery. Mr.
Wheatley has been a great sufferer from rheumatism for many months and it
was with difficulty that he was able to tend to his labors.
had been a frequent caller at our sanctum during the years we have had the
privilege to know him, and was a very interesting talker, often relating many
historical facts concerning the town of Manchester. It is with deep regret that
we learn of his death and we shall sorely miss his presence from our
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
June 19, 1908
DIED WHEATLEY -
At Shortsville, June 15, 1908, William Wheatley.
was born August 05, 1753. Maria
died July 19,
1841 New York City, New York, at 87 years of age.
Colonel Richard Varick
New York, New
York, May 08, 1786. Dutch Reformed
was born Hackensack, New Jersey March 25, 1753.
Colonel was the son of John Varick
and Jane Dey
died July 30,
1831 Jersey City, New Jersey, at 78 years of age.
SENECA FARMER and SENECA FALLS ADVERTISER August 31, 1831
DIED - Col. Richard Varick died Saturday night at Jersey City, aged 79. At the beginning of the Revolution he was the Military Secretary to George Schuyler and afterward Aide to Gen. Arnold. Though he was not suspected of treason and Arnold acquitted him of any in a letter to Washington, he was at his own request tried by court martial which acquitted him. He officiated for a time as Inspector General at West Point and was at the battles of Stillwater and Saratoga.
Jack Delbert1 Rowe.
R. Donovan. Marian
was born 1907.
Marian was the daughter of William F. Donovan
and Grace VanDenbergh.
Victor, New York, August 17, 1946.
died December 27, 1988 Rochester, New
York, at 81 years of age.
ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE
Wife of Raymond W. VanDenbergh, mother of Jack J. Rowe of Stockbridge, Georgia, sister of June Simonds of Victor, NY, grandmother of Dr. J. W. Rowe of Griffin, Georgia, and T. J. Rowe of Stockbridge, Georgia, and Janet Card of Ormond Beach, Florida, 6 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, numerous friends. Interment at White Haven.
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