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SPRENTALL - STEELE
Harry Burton2 Sprentall was
born in Brighton, Canada May 29, 1884. Harry
died July 24, 1928 Canandaigua, New
York, at 44 years of age.[i]
Canandaigua City Clerk Office record number 116, informant Guerney G. Engert.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri July 27, 1928
PAGE 5 COL 2
- At Canandaigua, July 24, 1928, Harry
B. Sprentall, aged 44 years.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri July 27, 1928
death of Harry Sprentall, aged 44
years occurred on Monday following a long illness. He is survived by three sons,
Robert, Thomas, and Jack Sprentall, three brothers and two sisters,
residing in Canada. Mr. Sprentall's wife, who before her marriage was Miss
Marguerite Engert, died four years ago. Private funeral services were held
at the home of John Engert with interment at Woodlawn.
TIMES Wed. July 25, 1928
Sprentall, aged 44 years, of this city, died at Memorial Hospital yesterday
afternoon following a six weeks' illness. He
is survived by three sons, Robert, Thomas and Jack Sprentall, three
brothers and two sisters, all residing in Canada, Marshall of Bridgeburg,
Frank of Sterling, George of Trenton, Mrs. Simpson of
Brighton, and Mrs. Alfred Rittorage of Toronto.
Sprentall's wife who was before her marriage, Miss Marguerite Engert of
this city, died four years ago. Private funeral services will be held from the
home of John Engert tomorrow afternoon. Interment will be in Woodlawn
Canandaigua, New York, August 26, 1912.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wed.
August 28, 1912
ENGERT - SPRENTALL
marriage of Harry Sprentall to Miss Marguerite Engert took place at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Engert, Buffalo Street,
Monday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. J. Clausen of
New York, a former rector of St. John's church.
bride was attended by her sister, Miss Mayme Engert, and the groom by his
brother, Cortland Sprentall. Mr. and Mrs. Sprentall departed for a trip
to Toronto and the Thousand Islands, and upon their return will reside in
was born Canandaigua, New York June 22,
1889. Marguerite was the
daughter of John George Engert
and Louise Leiston
died February 25, 1924
Canandaigua, New York, at 34 years of age.
ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE February
WOMAN DIES in CANANDAIGUA of SLEEPY SICKNESS
February 26, Lethargia encephalitis, or sleepy sickness last night caused the
death of Mrs. Margurite Engert Sprentall, 31 years old.
She had been ill for two weeks. Mrs.
Sprentall was the wife of Harry B. Sprentall, West Gibson Street. Mrs.
Sprentall became ill about two weeks ago.
Sprentall is survived by her husband, three sons, Robert, Thomas, and
John Sprentall, her father John Engert, one brother, Gurney G.
Engert, and four sisters, Mrs. John Flood, Mrs. Edward Hanley, and Miss
Lena Engert, all of Canandaigua, and Mrs. William Carroll of Geneva.
services will be held from the home Thursday afternoon.
Rev. Herbert L. Gaylord of St. John's Episcopal Church officiated.
Burial will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery.
At 28 years of age Marguerite
became the mother of William
Canandaigua, New York, January
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL January 25, 1918
BIRTHS - SPRINTALL
At Canandaigua, January 18, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sprintall, a
a small article in the ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL, September 23, 1938, Page 4,
was a list of previous winners of the Phelps Gorham Oratorical Contest, and
Thomas won in 1934. His occupation was a Barber. Ed Hanley Jr. told
me that Harry had a barber shop in the Old Webster House at one Main
Street in Canandaigua. In the 1925
Canandaigua Census he notes that he was naturalized in 1920.
Thomas3 Sprentall was
born Canandaigua, New York January 18, 1918.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL January 25, 1918
BIRTHS - SPRINTALL
(sic) At Canandaigua,
January 18, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sprintall, a son.
in Forest Hills, Long Island, July 24,
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL July 30, 1943
WEDDING BELLS SPRENTALL - SIVOLA
St. Luke's Church, Forest Hills, Long Island, Saturday, July 24, took place the
marriage of Miss Lillian Sivola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Robert
Sivola, of Rochester, and W. Thomas Sprentall, of New York City,
formerly of Canandaigua. Attendants were Miss Elsie Sivola and H. Robert
Sprentall, sister and brother of the bride and bridegroom.
a reception at the Hotel New Yorker, Mr. and Mrs. Sprentall left for a
honeymoon at Nantucket, Mass. They
will be at home after August at Douglaston Parkway, L.I.
Mr. Sprentall is a graduate of Canandaigua Academy and Hobart
College, and is now connected with Pan American Airlines.
Among the guests at the wedding was Miss Lena Engert of this city,
aunt of the bridegroom.
was born Rochester, New York May 04,
1917. Lillian was the
daughter of K. Robert Sivola
died December 06, 1990 in Sarasota,
Florida, at 73 years of age.
MESSENGER December 7, 1990
Sprentall VENICE Fla
Canandaigua resident Lillian Sprentall died yesterday, December 6, at
Sarasota Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was 73.
Mrs. Sprentall was born May 4, 1917, in Rochester, and moved to
Florida from Canandaigua in 1981.
are her husband, William Thomas Sprentall of Florida, three sons and
daughters in law, William T. and Pam Sprentall Jr. of Canandaigua, John
and Karen Sprentall of Middlesex, and Curtis and Pat Sprentall of Naples,
four daughters and sons in law, Patricia and Robert Haggett of Victor, Meridith
and Stanley Colwell of Lima, Tracey and Terry Penner of Clifton
Springs, and Lisa and Ronald Youngjohn of Canandaigua, two sisters and a
brother in law, Violet Foreman of Siesta Key, Fla, and Elsie and Gene
Rash of Sarasota, Florida, and 11 grandchildren.
At 30 years of age Lillian
became the mother of John
Rochester, New York, April 29,
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL May 14, 1948
At Rochester, April 29, 1948, a son, John Gray, to Mr. and Mrs.
W. Thomas Sprentall. Mr.
Sprentall is a former Canandaiguan.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL March 22, 1946
NEWS of MEN WOMEN in UNIFORM
JG, W. Thomas Sprentall, on terminal leave after 18 months in the Pacific,
joined his wife, and son, William Thomas Jr., here at their home in
Buffalo Street. He saw his 15 month old son for the first time. After serving in
the Hawaiian Islands, Lt. Sprentall spent nine months on Guam with the
Asiatic wing of the Naval Air Transport service.
M.3 Sprentall was
born Canandaigua, New York January 16, 1920.
died July 14, 1992 Canandaigua, New York,
at 72 years of age.
MESSENGER July 14, 1992
- John M. Sprentall of Mason Street died today, July 14,
at Thompson Hospital. He was 72.
Sprentall, a Canandaigua native, worked for more than 20 years in the
International Division of Eastman Kodak Co.
He was a B 17 pilot with the Eighth Air Force Division in Europe during
the World War II and a member of the American Legion.
are his wife of 48 years, Mary Gladding Sprentall, a son, and daughter in
law, John and Mary Sprentall, of Webster, three daughters and a son in
law, Mary Kornbau of Shortsville, Janet Delmore, of Canandaigua,
and Jean and William Boyle of Canandaigua, a brother Tom Sprentall of
Venice Florida, six grandchildren, and two gr grandchildren.
No prior calling hours. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.
was born Honeoye, New York
January 01, 1923. Mary was
the daughter of Herbert Gladding
and Edna Mason
died June 14, 1997 Clifton Springs, New
York, at 74 years of age.
MESSENGER June 16, 1997
MARY SPRENTALL CANANDAIGUA
Sprentall, age 74, of Crimson King Drive, died June 14, 1997 at the House of
John in Clifton Springs. Mrs.
Sprentall was born on January 1, 1923, in Honeoye, and was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert and Edna Mason Gladding.
widow of John Sprentall who died in 1992. She is survived by a daughter
and son in law, Mary and John Armstrong of Shortsville, a son, John E.
Sprentall of Webster, daughters and sons in law, Janet and Keith
Richardson of Dansville, Jean and William Boyle of Canandaigua, six
grandchildren and her sister, Carol Riley of Rochester.
No calling hours. Graveside service at Woodlawn Cemetery, Canandaigua
with Rev. Lynn Spence officiating.
At 24 years of age Mary
became the mother of John Edward
Canandaigua, New York, August
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL September 12, 1947
At F. F. Thompson Hospital, August 31, 1947, a son, John Edward,
to Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sprentall, Mason Street.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday November 9, 1945
HONORABLE DISCHARGES FOR ANOTHER GROUP OF SERVICE
1st Lt. John M. Sprentall, this city, has received his honorable discharge from the Army Air Forces as of October 17. He and Mrs. Sprentall and their six months old daughter Mary Lee, are living in Rochester. Entering the service in May, 1942, Sprentall attained his first Lieutenancy in November 1944. He served seven months in the European theater with the 94th Bombardment Group of the Eighth Air Force. He was pilot of a B 17 Flying Fortress, and earned the air medal with five clusters.
was born 1863. Frank
March 18, 1936 Bristol Springs, New York, at 72 years of age.
Bristol, New York, November 22, 1888.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL December 7, 1888
STANDISH - BELL
the residence of Charles G. Hemenway in South Bristol, November 22, 1888,
by Rev. Millard, Frank Standish and Hattie Bell, both of South
born 1860. Harriet was the
daughter of Charles G. Hemenway
January 06, 1897 Bristol Springs, New York, at 36 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday Jan 15, 1897
- Mrs. Harriet Hemenway
Standish died at her home near Bristol Springs last Tuesday. Her newborn
babe died also. Deceased was the wife of Frank Standish and sister of J. B.
Hemenway of this town. She was 36 years old and left two children.
ONTARIO COUNTY REPOSITORY and MESSENGER Friday January 14, 1897 PAGE 8 COL 2
SPRINGS Jan 12 -
Harriet, wife of Frank Standish, and only daughter of the
late Chas. G. Hemenway, died in childbirth last Wednesday night, aged 36
years. Rev. Anthony conducted
the funeral at the church Saturday. Mrs.
Standish was highly respected, her husband and two small children
- In South Bristol, January 6th, Harriet Hemenway,
wife of Frank Standish, age 36 years.
was born Canandaigua, New York 1882.
Canandaigua, NY, April 26, 1906.[ii]
Canandaigua City Clerk office record number 1651.
Ontario County Journal, Fri April 27, 1906
MARRIED STANLEY -
Canandaigua, April 26, 1906, Earl Wayne Stanley and Miss Lillian May Jopson,
both of Canandaigua.
New York, June 15, 1944.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday
June 30, 1944
Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Nancy Pearce Stearns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving P. Stearns of Victor, formerly residents of Canandaigua, and T4 Harley Edward Lovejoy, son of Mrs. Harley M. Lovejoy of Victor.
marriage took place Thursday afternoon, June 15, 1944, in the Victor
Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Lee S. Hill, pastor officiating. The attendants
were Mrs. Frederick Mace, sister of the bridegroom, and Earl
McLaughlin. T4 Lovejoy
has returned to his post at Camp Chaffee, Ark., and his bride is at the home
of her parents in Victor.
June 30, 1944
LOVEJOY - STEARNS
Miss Nancy Pearce Stearns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving P. Stearns, and T 4 Harley Edward Lovejoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harley M. Lovejoy were married Thursday afternoon, June 15, 1944, in the Victor Presbyterian church by the pastor, the Rev. Lee S. Hill.
The attendants were Mrs. Frederick Mace, sister of the bridegroom, and Earl McLaughlin. Harley has returned to Camp Chaffee, Ark., and Nancy is at home with her parents.
died October 28, 1949 in Batavia, New York.
Fred R. Appleton
Bloomfield, New York, January 13, 1897.
COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. January 15, 1897 COL
social event of the New Year was the wedding last Wednesday evening of Fred
R. Appleton and Miss Cora H. Steele. The ceremony was performed by Rev.
M. Luther Stimson, pastor of the Congregational Church, at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Steele, two miles East of the
village. Nearly 100 guests partook of a wedding supper. They departed on the
evening train for New York City. Their future home will be East Bloomfield.
Ontario County Times, Wednesday, February 25, 1903, Page
- Steele At Canandaigua, February 17, 1903, Earl Appleton and Miss
Agnes H. Steele, both of East Bloomfield.
born East Bloomfield, New York March 10, 1880.
Earl was the son of Robert Appleton
May 09, 1945 Centerfield, New York, at 65 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL May 18, 1945
services for Earl R. Appleton, 65,
who died Wednesday evening, May 9, 1945, at his home on the Centerfield road,
were held from the home Saturday PM, the Rev. Walter Schaeffer Pastor of the
East Bloomfield Congregational Church, officiating.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Agnes Steele Appleton, he leaves one daughter, Mrs. Fay Burlingham, and two grandsons, Gene and Vern Burlingham, Holcomb, also two sisters and five brothers, Mrs. Emmett Finagan of Hopewell, Mrs. George Cook of Rochester, Chester Appleton of Honeoye Falls, Harmon of Clifton Springs, Leonard of Holcomb, Walter of South Bloomfield, and Robert Appleton of Canandaigua.
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