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Raymond Whitcomb10 VanDenbergh was born Grand Rapids, Michigan February 05, 1902.  Raymond died October 04, 1993 Rochester, New York, at 91 years of age.   

                                ROCHESTER  DEMOCRAT  and CHRONICLE      October 4, 1993

Predeceased by his wife Marian in 1988. Survived by his step son Jack J. Earline Rowe. Grandfather of Tommy, Jeffery and Janet. Five Great Grandchildren. Brother of Meryl Hanley of Canandaigua, uncle of Meryl A. Hanley of Irondequoit, Donna and William Andrews of Canandaigua, R. Ronald and Patricia Hanley of Henrietta. Brother in law of June Simonds of Victor. Also his devoted nurse and dear friend, Geneva Dobbs. Interment at Whitehaven Memorial Park, private.

                         He married Marian R. Donovan Victor, New York, August 17, 1946.  Marian was born 1907.  Marian was the daughter of William F. Donovan and Grace VanDenbergh .  She married Jack Delbert Rowe .  Marian 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. 

Estella Meryl VanDenbergh was born in Grand Rapids, Kent Co., Michigan April 08, 1904.  Estella died October 11, 1999 Canandaigua, New York, at 95 years of age.[iii]  [iii]. Certificate of Death, recorded district 3429, City of Canandaigua, registration numbers shown are 01011 and 02481. Cause of death given as congestive heart failure.

CANANDAIGUA -    Meryl V. Hanley, age 95, formerly of 40 Wilcox Lane and Granger Street, died Monday, October 11, 1999, at the Thompson Continuing Care Center. She is survived by two daughters, Meryl A. Hanley of Rochester and Donna William Andrews of Canandaigua, her son R. Ronald Patricia Hanley of Rochester, 10 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and her dear friend, Mary Bower of Honeoye Falls.

 She was predeceased by her husband, R. Milton Hanley in 1982.  Mrs. Hanley was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the daughter of Raymond C.  and Louise Whitcomb VanDenbergh. She was a member of St. Mary's Church and the St. Vincent DePaul Society there. Mrs. Hanley was a former volunteer at the Wood Library and the American Red Cross bloodmobile. She was a retired bookkeeper who worked in the Canandaigua area.   

Meryl's family thanks her for her unconditional love. She will always be remembered for her quickness of mind, generosity of heart and spirit, high standards, work ethic, and determination. Meryl will remain in their hearts forever.                       

         DEATH  NOTICES     Hanley, Meryl  V.    CANANDAIGUA

Our dear mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, on October 11, 1999, at the age of 95. Survived by 2 daughters, Meryl A. Hanley of Rochester, Donna William Andrews of Canandaigua, her son, R. Ronald Patricia Hanley of Rochester, 10 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, her dear friend, Mary Bowyer of Honeoye Falls.

 She was predeceased by her husband, R. Milton Hanley in 1982. Meryl's family thanks her for her unconditional love. She will always be remembered for her quickness of mind, generosity of heart and spirit, high standards, work ethic, and determination. Meryl will remain in their hearts forever.

She married Robert Milton Hanley Rochester, New York, September 02, 1927.  Residing at 469 Meigs Street, Rochester, New York. Milton was employed as a linotype operator in the Daily Messenger composing room.                       

                 ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES, Wednesday September 7, 1927 Page  5  Col  5

                               VANDENBERGH  - HANLEY

 The marriage of Miss Meryl VanDenbergh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. VanDenbergh, formerly of this city, and Robert Milton Hanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hanley of this city, took place in Rochester, Friday, September 2. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hanley are residing at 469 Meigs Street Rochester. He is employed as a linotype operator in the Daily Messenger Composing room. Marriage took place at St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, West Main St. Rochester, NY.

They renewed their vows, September 2, 1965, and celebrated their 50th anniversary at St. Mary's Church in Canandaigua, NY, September 2, 1977. Mother wore the same 50 year old dried corsage at the 50th anniversary from their wedding in 1927.                       

                           DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE  Wed. September 7, 1927

 MARRIAGE   LICENSES -     Robert M. Hanley, Canandaigua, and Meryl VanDenbergh, No. 193 1 2 Bronson Avenue.                   

                   Robert was born Canandaigua, New York April 13, 1904.  Birth record at Canandaigua City clerk office, 3022.                   

                   ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  April 20, 1904     

BORN -  HANLEY            At Canandaigua, April 13, 1904 to Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hanley, Pleasant Street, a son.

                        VICTOR  HERALD  April 20, 1904 PAGE  8  COL  5

 BIRTH    -    HANLEY     At Canandaigua, April 13, 1904 to Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hanley, Pleasant Street, a son.                   

                   ONTARIO  COUNTY  CHRONICLE April 20, 1904

 BORN  -   HANLEY    In Canandaigua, April 13, to Mr. and Mrs. William Hanley, of Pleasant Street, a son. Robert was the son of William E. Hanley and Matilda Josephine Hamilton .    

                   Robert died October 27, 1982 Canandaigua, New York, at 78 years of age.[iv]   [iv]. Several newspaper obituaries available.

                             ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE  October 28, 1982

OBITUARIES -    Robert Milton Hanley, 78, of 40 Wilcox Lane, died yesterday at Thompson Hospital.  A member of St. Mary's Church, he was a retired linotype operator for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle and Times Union.

He is survived by his wife, the former Meryl VanDenbergh, two daughters, Meryl Adele Hanley of Irondequoit, and Mrs. William A., Donna, Andrews of Canandaigua, a son, Robert of Henrietta, a brother, Albert Sr. of Canandaigua, 13 grandchildren, four gr grandchildren, nephews. There are no calling hours. A funeral service will be conducted at 10 AM Saturday at St. Mary's Church.

             At 24 years of age Robert became the father of Meryl Adele Hanley Canandaigua, New York, July 10, 1928. 

                                           JULY  11  1928 NEWSPAPER

BIRTHS -    HANLEY  at Memorial Hospital July 10, 1928  to Mr. And Mrs. R. Milton Hanley Atwater Place, a daughter.                   

                   JULY  11, 1928  NEWSPAPER PAGE  5  Column  2

BIRTHS -     HANLEY- At Memorial hospital, July  10, 1928, to Mr. And Mrs. R.  Milton  Hanley, Atwater place, a daughter.

                At 29 years of age Robert became the father of Donna Lou Hanley Canandaigua, New York, December 04, 1933. 

          FRIDAY   DECEMBER  8 1933 NEWSPAPER  PAGE  8  Column  6

BIRTHS -  At Memorial Hospital  December 4, 1933 a daughter  to Mr. And Mrs. R. Milton Hanley  North Main Street.                   

                   FRIDAY   DECEMBER  8, 1933 NEWSPAPER  PAGE  8  Column  6

BIRTHS -   HANLEY- At Memorial hospital, December 4,  1933, to Mr. And Mrs. R.  Milton  Hanley, North Main Street, a daughter.

                At 39 years of age Robert became the father of Robert Ronald Sr. Hanley Canandaigua, New York, October 30, 1943.

                               ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Fri. Nov. 5, 1943

BIRTH RECORD - HANLEY   At F. F. Thompson Hospital, October 30, 1943, a son, Robert Ronald, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Milton Hanley, Bristol Street. 

Ruth Elizabeth VanDenbergh   was born Victor, New York November 21, 1893.  1900 Victor Census shows her birth year as 1892. Ruth died 1966 at 72 years of age.  Her body was interred Farmington, New York, Friends Cemetery.  

                She married Isaac Benjamin Estes Victor, New York, February 07, 1912.[i]  

                            ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 9, 1912

MARRIED       ESTES - VANDENBERGH

At Victor, February 7, 1912, I. B. Estes and Miss Ruth Elizabeth VanDenbergh, both of Victor. Witnesses were Alta VanDenbergh and Stuart Estes.

               VICTOR  HERALD  FRONT  PAGE February 9, 1912

                          MARRIED    ESTES -  VANDENBERGH

A pretty wedding took place on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jenner VanDenbergh, on Church Street, when their daughter, Miss Ruth Elizabeth VanDenbergh became the bride of I. B. Estes.  The ceremony was performed at 5 30 o'clock by Rev. Lorren Stiles of the Methodist Church in the presence of only the near relatives of the young couple, and a dew friends.  The bride and groom received their guests.

The bride was attended by her sister Miss Alta VanDenbergh, and the brother of the groom, Stuart Estes of Niagara Falls, acted as groomsman. The bridal party stood in front of a wedding bower of white and green during the ceremony, and the bride was becomingly gowned in white messaline, trimmed with white silk fringe. 

 After the ceremony a luncheon was served, the guests numbering over 30.  Twelve were seated at the bride's table, which was specially attractive with the white carnations and ferns for decorations.  The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Antice and son, James Ransom, and Stuart Estes, all of Niagara Falls, Miss Leonora Estes of Syracuse, Mrs. Phebe A Gelder of Naples, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wolven of Wolcott, the Misses Helen and Isaphine Tracey of Canandaigua.

 The bride received some handsome gifts including silver and cut glass from the family of R. B. True, of Syracuse, pieces of furniture and many articles for use in the home. Both bride and groom are popular young people of the town who have many friends who offer best wishes. After a short trip they will reside on Estes farm East of village. 

Earl Fenton10 VanDenbergh was born January 20, 1888.  The Victor 1900 Census shows his birth year as 1888, in the month of September. Earl died January 20, 1960 in Irondequoit, New York, at 72 years of age. 

                   ROCHESTER  DEMOCRAT  and CHRONICLE  

VANDENBERGH Entered into rest, January 290, 1960, Earl F. VanDenbergh of 554 Arnett Blvd..  He is survived by his wife, Helen T. VanDenbergh, one son, William H. VanDenbergh, four sisters, Mrs. Ruth Estes, Mrs. Alta Cuykendall, Mrs. Ruby Kesel, Mrs. Eva Erickson, three grandchildren.

He was a member of Trinity Methodist Church, and Milnor Lodge No. 139, F. and A. M.   Corbett Funeral Home 109 West Avenue. Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Canandaigua, NY. 

                         He married Helen Thompson Tracey Canandaigua, New York, February 21, 1912.[i]   [i]. Certificate of Record number 327, Canandaigua, NY. Witnessed by Isaphine Tracey and Chester A. Prosser.; and Copy of Certificate of Marriage is on PG 2A in the book, A Tree Trunk.

                    ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  Feb. 21, 1912

                          TRACEY  -  VANDENBERGH

 The residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Tracey, West Gibson Street, will be the scene of a pretty home wedding, when at six o'clock this evening their daughter, Miss Helen Thompson Tracey becomes the wife of Mr. Earl Fenton VanDenbergh, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. VanDenbergh, of Victor. The Rev. Guy L. Morrill will perform the ceremony in the presence of the relatives of the bride and groom.

The bride who will wear a gown of white Messaline trimmed with baby Irish lace, will be attended by her sister Isaphine Tracey. The maid of honor will be gowned in pale blue silk. Mr. Chester Parker of Victor will be the best man and Miss Inez Benham will play the wedding march. The young couple after the wedding trip will live in Victor.  

                         VICTOR  HERALD  FRONT  PAGE March 1, 1912

                                WEDDING   VANDENBERGH - TRACEY  

A pretty wedding occurred at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Tracey, No. 89 West Gibson Street, Canandaigua, when their daughter Miss Helen Thompson Tracey, was married to Earl Fenton VanDenbergh, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. VanDenbergh of this village. Rev. Guy L. Morrill, pastor of the Canandaigua Presbyterian Church, performed the ceremony, in the presence of a number of friends and relatives.

The bride was attired in white messaline trimmed with baby Irish lace and was attended by her sister, Miss Isaphine Tracey, as maid of honor.  She wore pale blue silk. The best man was Chester Prosser of this town. As the wedding party took their places Miss Inez Benham of Canandaigua, played the Lohengrin wedding march. The house was beautifully decorated with carnations in a color scheme of pink and white.

After a wedding supper, Mr. and Mrs. VanDenbergh left on an evening train for a honeymoon trip. On their return they will reside here.  The following relatives from this town were among the guests, Mrs. H. J. VanDenbergh, Mrs. D. F. VanDenbergh,  Miss Alta VanDenbergh, Mr. and Mrs. William Maltman, Mr. and Mrs. William Donovan, and Mrs. D. F. VanZile, of Rochester, formerly of this town.            

                          Helen was born Canandaigua, New York March 15, 1887.  Listed in 1892 Canandaigua Census as age 4. Helen was the daughter of William E. Sr. Tracey and Ursula Dukelow .  Helen died August 30, 1960 in Irondequoit, New York, at 73 years of age.  

                  ROCHESTER  DEMOCRAT  and CHRONICLE

 VANDENBERGH -   August 30, 1960, Helen T. VanDenbergh of 82 Belmeade Road, Irondequoit.  She is survived by one son, William H. VanDenbergh, three grandchildren.  Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Canandaigua, NY. 

At 26 years of age Helen became the mother of Doris Tracey VanDenbergh 1913. 

 At 33 years of age Helen became the mother of William Henry VanDenbergh Rochester, New York, November 15, 1920.  

                ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Friday November 19, 1920

Birth announcement -   VanDenbergh at Rochester, November 15, 1920, to Earl and Helen Tracey VanDenbergh, of Rochester, formerly of Canandaigua, a son. 

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