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Robert Ronald Hanley Sr.
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was born in
Rensselear Co. New York 1812. Sarah
November 07, 1884 Victor, NY, at 72 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wed.
November 12, 1884 PAGE
3 COL 6
- The funeral of Mrs. Gideon
Shaw who died on Friday afternoon, was held at the Presbyterian Church on
Monday. She was a faithful member of that church for many years and now rests in
hopes of a glorious resurrection. She leaves a husband and four daughters. Her
interred 1884 Victor, NY, Village Cemetery.
born in Washington Co., New York January 02, 1810.
New York, April 03, 1886.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES April
MARRIED SHAW - STANTON
At the Presbyterian parsonage in Victor, on Saturday, April 3d, 1886, by the Rev.
C. W. Backus, Mr. Gideon Shaw, of Victor, and Mrs. Mary Stanton, of
29, 1892 Victor, New York, at 82 years of age.
ONTARIO REPOSITORY and MESSENGER August 4, 1892 PAGE 8
Gideon Shaw died at the Homeopathis Hospital, Rochester, last
Friday. The funeral was held at the
Presbyterian church Sunday at 4 PM.
Shaw came to Victor from Herkimer County when a young man working at the
carpenter's trade until the building of the NYCRR in which he took part,
subsequently becoming a section master which position he held until promoted to
station agent here, from which declining years compelled his resignation about
13 years ago. Mrs. Sibley
Power of Farmington, Mrs. Adeli Campbell of Rochester, Mrs.
Charles Millinan of Suspension Bridge, Mrs. L. W. Searcy of New York
City, and Charles Shaw of Racine, Wis. are his surviving children.
VanDenbergh was born in Hoosick,
Rensselear Co. N. Y. November 20, 1792.[i]
died February 21, 1877 Victor,
New York, at 84 years of age. [i].
Dutch Reformed Church Records of Schaghticoke, Page 220, Batch number
c510331.His obituary stated he was born in Hoosick, NY.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES, February 28, 1877
- Mr. Peter
VanDenbergh, an old and respected citizen of this place, died at his home in
the village, on Wednesday morning at seven o'clock.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES March 7, 1877 PAGE
are again called upon to record the death of one of our oldest and most
respected citizens. Mr. Peter VanDenbergh died at his residence, in this
village, on February 21st, at seven o'clock in the morning.
VanDenbergh was born in the town of Hoosick, Rensselear county, in 1792. He
removed to the town of Farmington in the spring of 1835, and as he moved with
wagons, was ten days on the road. He purchased what was known as the Tim
Allen farm, upon which he resided until the spring of 1876, when he sold it
to his two sons, and purchased a residence a short distance east of this
was a man of remarkably strong constitution, which successfully resisted the
inroads of disease until the very last, but finally yielding to the weight of
years, the oil in the lamp of life was exhausted, and, like a shock of grain
fully ripe, he has passed to his reward. He experienced religion early in life,
and was a member of the Presbyterian church in this village for many years. He
was a kind father and obliging neighbor, and leaves a large circle of friends
and relatives to mourn his loss.
funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church on Friday morning, Feb.
23rd, at 11 o'clock. The sermon was preached by the Rev. Mr. Ennis, from
the text, Weep not for me, but for yourselves and for your children, which was
selected by the deceased, as was also the funeral anthem which was sung at the
in Saratoga, New York, November 24, 1819.
was born in Saratoga County, New
York August 29, 1799. Jennett was
the daughter of Dow I. Fonda
and Phebe Taylor
died September 19, 1877 Victor,
New York, at 78 years of age.
COUNTY TIMES September 26, 1877 PAGE
VanDenbergh, wife of the late Peter VanDenbergh, died at her home in
this place last Thursday. Mrs. VanDenbergh had been sick for a good while
and has suffered a great deal. She had lived in this vicinity for a great many
years, and was a consistent member of the Presbyterian Church here for over
forty one years. A large circle of friends mourn her loss.
There was a newspaper article pertaining to the home where Peter lived in Farmington, NY. It reads as follows, Ray C. VanDenbergh has been redecorating the house in which he was born, which he revisited when he went
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