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SANT ANGELO - SCANTLIN
was born Italy 1860. George
died June 08, 1913 East
Bloomfield, New York, at 52 years of age. His
body was interred 1913 Canandaigua, New
York, Calvary Cemetery.
Carline Zarhlango. Filomena
was born Italy 1864. Filomena
died January 12, 1943
Canandaigua, New York, at 78 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL January 15, 1943
OBITUARY - SANT ANGELO
Felomina Sant Angelo, 82, died at her home on Bristol Street, Tuesday
afternoon, January 12, 1943, following a long period of ill health.
Born in Italy, Mrs. Sant Angelo had lived here for 51 years. She
was the widow of John Sant Angelo who died 30 years ago.
Sant Angelo is survived by four daughters and three sons, Mrs. John
Cufari, Mrs. Domenic Ciocci, Mrs. Dominic D'Augustino, Mrs. William H. Hawley,
James Nicholas and George Sant Angelo, all of Canandaigua, also 11
grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral
services will be held this Friday from St. Mary's Church. Interment in Calvary
George Charles SantAngelo was born Rochester, New York July 04, 1899. George died 1994 Canandaigua, New York, at 94 years of age. His body was interred 1994 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
Bloomfield, New York, January 19, 1929.[i]
Witnessed by Lyle D. Winter, and Pauline Winter.
Bellona, New York November 15, 1904. Lena
was the daughter of Herbert Catlin
and Nellie E.
April 16, 1990 Canandaigua, New York, at 85 years of age.
Ontario County Archives Hopewell, NY, record number 888.; and Copies of the
MArriage License number 2, and the Marriage Certificate can be found on PG 2Y
and PG 2Z in the book, A Tree Trunk
DAILY MESSENGER April 17,
- Lena St. Angelo, 86, of Camelot Court,
died yesterday April 16, at Thompson Hospital after a long illness.
Mrs. St. Angelo, formerly of West Lake Road, was a
graduate of Thompson Hospital Nursing School and worked as a private duty nurse
in the Canandaigua area for many years.
She was a member of the Thompson Hospital alumni Association and the
Senior Citizens Action Council.
Surviving are her husband, George St. Angelo, a brother George Catlin of Lakeland, Florida, and several nieces and nephews. No prior calling hours, burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.
was born Canandaigua, New York May 23, 1904.
January 1984 New York, at 79 years of age.
New York, July 23, 1932. Married by
Father Michael C. Wall at St. Mary's Church in Canandaigua, New York.
Witnesses were George St Angelo and Helen Cufari.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Fri July 29, 1932 PAGE 4
HAWLEY - ST ANGELO
marriage of Miss Josephine St Angelo of Bristol Street, and Mr.
William H. Hawley of this city, took place at the St. Mary's rectory
Saturday morning, Rev. Michael C. Wall rector of the church performing
the ceremony. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. George St. Angelo of this
city, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. They will live in Bath after a
short trip. He is connected with a newspaper.
born Canandaigua, New York March 16, 1908.[ii]
This birth information was taken from his marriage license record number 20.The
Canandaigua City clerk office birth record number is 6227.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
March 20, 1908
At the Memorial hospital, Canandaigua, March 16, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Hawley, Mason Street, a son. William was the son of William
December 1981 New York, at 73 years of age. His
interred 1981 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
At 32 years of age William
the father of William H. Jr. Hawley
New York, September 02, 1940.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL September 6, 1940
BIRTH RECORD - HAWLEY At Thompson Hospital September 2, 1940, a son to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hawley, Greig Terrace.
was born Scotland 1869. He
Canandaigua, New York, October 01, 1924.
born Canandaigua, New York February 1872. Emily
was the daughter of David Smith Willys
April 15, 1940 Winter Park, Florida, at 68 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL April 19, 1940
OBITUARY - SAYE
Emily Willys Saye, wife of
James C. Saye of this city, died Monday at her home in Winter Park, Florida,
after a several weeks illness. The remains are expected to arrive in Canandaigua
Mrs. Saye was born in Canandaigua, daughter of David Smith and Lydia North Willys, and was educated in the local schools. For some years she conducted a millinery and art needlework shop. A devoted member of the Presbyterian Church, she was active in the Sunday School and its women's organizations until ill health prevented in the past few years. She spent her summers at Villa M Lee, East Lake Shore, and her winters in Florida, for several years. She was active in the WCTU and in the Women's Auxilliary of the YMCA. Besides her husband, survivors are one sister, Mrs. Mary A. Sleght of Rochester, two nephews and two nieces, Jarvis W. Sleght and Mrs. Lawrence DeVoil of Rochester, John N. Sleght of Long Island, and Mrs. Virginia Willys DeLanda of New York. A brother John North Willys, automobile manufacturer and former ambassador to Poland died in New York in 1935.
Ellis B. Dr.1 Sayre
was born 1859. He
West Bloomfield, New York, June 27, 1882.
JOURNAL July 7, 1882 PAGE 2
At the home of the bride's parents in West Bloomfield, June 27, 1882, by Rev. D. E. Blaine, Ellis B. Sayre, M. D., of Allen's Hil, to Miss Anna C. Bancroft of West Bloomfield.
was born 1883. Grace
March 17, 1924 in Sanford, Florida, at 40 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wed.
March 19, 1924
Mrs. Grace Sayre Totman, 40 years old wife of Joel Ward Totman, died suddenly Monday afternoon at Sanford, Florida, after an operation performed several days ago. Mrs. Totman is survived by her husband, one daughter, Miss Marie Totman, her mother, Mrs. E. B. Sayre, all of Canandaigua. The entire family went to Florida last fall to spend the winter.
body will be brought north at once. Funeral services will be held here the
latter part of this week. Her
interred 1924 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
York, June 17, 1903.
COUNTY JOURNAL June 19, 1903
Totman - Sayre
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ellis B. Sayre, at Allens Hill, on Wednesday at
noon, took place the marriage of their daughter, Miss Grace
Peabody Sayre, and Joel Ward Totman,
of Vincent, in the presence of 75 relatives and friends.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. Arthur Weller, of Honeoye
bride and groom were attended by Miss Marie Schwartz, of Sardinia, and Willis
Baldwin, of Canandaigua. The bride was becomingly gowned in white silk and
carried white roses. The bridesmaid wore white and carried carnations. The
wedding march was played by Miss Minnie McCutcheon. The house was
profusely decorated with ferns and daisies.
After the ceremony the bride and groom received the congratulations of
their friends followed by the wedding dinner.
There were many beautiful gifts of cut glass and silver. Among the out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Thayer, of Penn Yan, Mr. and Mrs. Henry of Rushville, C. W. James of Corfu, Dr. and Mrs. Herman Abel and Mrs. C. E. Green and son, of Honeoye, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Totman, Mr. and Mrs. Case of Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Trafton, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Ogden and daughter, of Canandaigua, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bliss and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bliss, of Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. Totman left at 3 o'clock for a wedding trip. They will be at home at Vincent after July 1.
Scantlin was born New York
was born Ireland July 06, 1846.
Her birth date is shown on her death record at Canandaigua City clerk
office as July 06, 1846. Her father's last name is given as Deere. The
1900 Canandaigua Census shows as March 1849, and she was born Ireland. Her grave
marker shows a birth year as 1847. Mary was the daughter of John Deere
and Mary Connor.
Marydied December 14, 1943 Canandaigua, New York, at 97 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL December 17, 1943
OBITUARY - SCANTLIN
services were held yesterday Thursday morning, from St. Mary's Church, for Mrs.
Deere Scantlin, 97, who died in her home in Chapel Street, Tuesday,
December 14, 1943, after a brief illness. Interment was made in Calvary
Scantlin believed to have been Canandaigua's oldest resident, was born in
Ireland, July 6, 1846, and came to America 84 years ago. She had lived in
Canandaigua all but two years of those years, and for some years past had kept
house for her son in law, Charles O'Reiley, doing all of the household
tasks despite her advanced years. She was active and alert and recalled with
regret that she had seen four wars during her lifetime.
the occasion of her 97th birthday, last July, she had said she did not
anticipate reaching the century mark, but did want to live to see the return
from the current war of three grandsons. Left
a widow when her husband the late William Scantlin died, soon after
moving into the Chapel Street home in which she lived for so many years, Mrs.
Scantlin reared six children through her own efforts.
is survived by three sons, Daniel, John, and Thomas Scantlin, all of
Rochester, nine grandchildren, and 15 great grandchildren.
body was interred 1943 Canandaigua, New
York, Calvary Cemetery.
F. Scantlin was
born New York June 1878. John
November 06, 1945 Rochester, New York, at 67 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday November 9, 1945
John Scantlin, 68, son of the late William and Mary Deer Scantlin of Canandaigua, died at his home in Rochester, Tuesday, November 6, 1945 after a long illness. For 12 years he traveled with Barlow's Minstrels and for about 30 years was an acrobatic buck and wing dancer. For some time he was a member of the vaudeville team of Scantlin and Burke, his partner having been the late Frank Burke, also a Canandaiguan. A resident of Rochester for about 40 years, he had operated a restaurant for a quarter of a century.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Daisy Figencher Scantlin, he leaves a son and daughter, Bernard, who has been serving on Okinawa, and Mrs. Robert Prince, Rochester, two brothers, Thomas and Daniel Scantlin, Rochester, and eight grandchildren.
was born Canandaigua, New York August 1887.
at 31 years of age. She
New York, June 26, 1907.[iii]
Canandaigua City clerk office record number 1763.
June 28, 1907
A DOUBLE WEDDING
At Canandaigua June 26, 1907, Charles O'Reilly and Miss
Catherine Scantlin, both of Canandaigua.
double wedding took place in St. Mary's Church on Wednesday afternoon when Charles
O'Reilly and Miss Catherine Scantlin, and David Gentner and Miss Mary J.
O'Reilly, all of Canandaigua, were united in marriage, Rev. James T.
July 3, 1907
the nuptial ceremonies which the closing days of June witnessed was a double
wedding at St. Mary's Church on Wednesday afternoon, when Rev. James T.
Dougherty united in marriage, Charles Francis O'Reilly and Miss Catherine
Elizabeth Scantlin, and David Frederick Gentner and Miss Mary Delores O'Reilly.
The brides were similarly attired in Persian lawn, trimmed with Valencienne lace, and embroidery and carried white carnations. The ceremony was followed by a wedding supper served at the Scantlin residence. Mr. and Mrs. O'Reilly and Mr. and Mrs. Gentner will reside here.
Thomas A.3 Scantlin
was born April 04, 1882. Thomas
died March 1970 Florida, at 87 years of
age. Information taken from SSDI.
The last known residence was Saint Petersburg, Florida.
Canandaigua, New York, November 14, 1906.[iv]
Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 1708 shows her age as 18 years, his
age as 24 years.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
MARRIED SCANTLIN - VANDENBERGH
Canandaigua, November 14, 1906, Thomas Scantlin and Miss Helen L. VanDenbergh,
both of Canandaigua.
was born March 1889. Helen was the daughter of Jacob Shulters
and Cornelia Jane Reddington.
C. W. Riddell
Canandaigua, New York, December 31, 1917.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL January 4, 1918
Canandaigua December 31, 1917, Charles C. W. Riddell of Rochester, and Miss
Helen Louise VanDenbergh of Canandaigua.
RIDDELL - VANDENBERGH
The 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 TIMES JOURNAL April 16, 1943
Cpl. Scantlin Member of Unit Cited for Gallantry Corporal Don
Scantlin, son of Thomas A. Scantlin of Rochester, formerly of this city, and
grandson of Mrs. Mary Scantlin, Chapel St, is a member of the 32nd Battalion of
the 6th Armored Regiment First Armored Division, which was granted the first
citation for gallantry at Oran in the face of terrific odds.
This was the first citation issued by General Dwight D.
Eisenhower to an American unit in the North African war theater, according to
press dispatches. This citation permits the four companies in the honored
battalion to carry blue streamers on their company standards.
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