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VAN DENBERGH 6 - VAN GELDER
was born 1913. Doris
23, 1918 Rochester, New York, at 4 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. March 1, 1918
DIED - Vandenburg -
At Rochester, Feb. 23, 1918, Doris Tracey Vandenberg, daughter of Earl
and Helen Tracey Vandenburg, aged four years. Interment at Canandaigua.
- Doris Tracey Vandenburg,
aged four years, daughter of Earl and Helen Tracey Vandenburg, formerly
of Canandaigua, passed away at her home in Rochester on Saturday evening. She leaves her parents. The funeral services were held at the
home of Mrs. Vandenburg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Tracey,
West Gibson Street, on Tuesday afternoon. Rev. C. Clarence Baker
officiated. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery.
THE VICTOR HERALD
February 28, 1918 PAGE 5
VANDENBERGH - Little Doris Tracey Vandenbergh passed away at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl VanDenbergh, in Rochester, at 10 on Saturday morning, February 23rd. Little Doris was four years of age. She was taken ill on Monday of last week, but there seemed no reason for alarm until Tuesday night when a physician diagnosed the case as intestinal and kidney trouble.
A prayer service was held at the home on Lehigh Avenue, Rochester, and the remains were taken to the home of Mrs. VanDenbergh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tracey in Canandaigua, where the funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. VanDenbergh have the heartfelt sympathy of many Victor friends in their sad bereavement. Her body was interred 1918 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.
was born Victor, New York March 26, 1909.
died January 01, 1980 in
Wisconsin, at 70 years of age.
October 26, 1929. Florence
died December 14, 1974 Rochester, New York.
The Times Union, Monday, December 16, 1974 death notice stated the
Vandenbergh, Florence - Saturday, December 14, 1974, Mrs. Florence Vandenbergh of 259 Moxom Drive. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Nicholas, Dorothy, Merriam, and one grandson, Ronald Merriam. The family has requested that friends call between the hours of 2-4, 7-9, at the new McIfee Funeral Chapel, 1615 Jefferson Rd at Winton Road South. Funeral services will be held Tuesday. Interment at the convenience of the family.
was born May
February 19, 1934 Rochester, New York, at 2 years of age.
Obituary states that he was survived by a sister Dorothy Kulzer,
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dodd, and Ray VanDenbergh of
Rochester. Roll 11 Karl VanDenbergh Jr.
Newspaper date 2-23-1934 Page 5
Karl VanDenbergh Jr. son of Karl and Florence of Rochester, died Monday February 19, 1934. Besides his parents he is survived by a sister, Dorothy Kulzer and his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dodd and Mr. and Mrs. Ray VanDenbergh of Rochester. Burial made in Rochester.
Albany, Saratoga County March 07, 1813. Removed
from Saratoga County in 1836 to Ontario County. Helen
November 16, 1882 Canandaigua, New York, at 69 years of age.
UNION and ADVERTISER,
November 17, 1882, page 2, col 2
Death of Mrs. Helen VanDenbergh
death is announced of Mrs. Helen VanDenbergh, mother of A. F.
VanDenbergh of this city, at age of seventy. The event occurred in
Canandaigua yesterday at the residence of her son in law, F. H. Humphrey.
husband, Cornelius VanDenbergh died some years ago. She was born in
Saratoga County and removed to Ontario County in 1836, and ever afterward
resided there, much of the time in East Bloomfield where she was an active
member of the Congregational Church. The funeral will take place in Canandaigua
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
At the home of her son, E. Humphrey in Canandaigua, Nov 16th,
1882, Mrs. Helen Vandenburg, aged 72.
Cambridge, Rensselear, NY October 17, 1808.
Cornelius was the son of Abraham F. VanDenbergh
December 21, 1876 Canandaigua, New York, at 68 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES, December 27, 1876 PAGE
Wednesday morning of last week, Col. Cornelius VanDenbergh,
of this place, was driving in a one horse wagon up Pleasant Street, and
when near the railroad collided with another wagon in such a manner as to bring
both vehicles to a stand still. While in this position, Col. VanDenbergh
was observed by a gentleman standing near, to rise from his seat, apparently
with the design of getting out of his wagon, and then fall heavily to the
ground, striking upon the back of his head and shoulders.
was taken up and conveyed to his home where he lingered in great pain until
Thursday evening, when death came to his relief. It is surmised that his fall
may have been caused by a sudden attack of dizziness, as he had frequently
before experienced attacks of that kind.
VanDenbergh was about
68 years old, having been born in Cambridge, Washington County October
Came to this county 1836, and settled in the town of West Bloomfield,
near Miller's Corners until 1854, then moved to East Bloomfield. He lived in the
last place until 1868, when he became a resident of Canandaigua.
deceased leaves a wife and three children, 2 sons and one daughter. One of the
former is Phillip S. VanDenbergh, of this place, and the other is Mr.
A. F. VanDenbergh, of Rochester, The
daughter is wife of Frank Humphrey of Canandaigua.
Col. VanDenbergh was deservedly respected as an honest man and good citizen. He derived his military title from his commission as an officer in the state militia, and held the position of Justice of the Peace in W. Bloomfield for 14 years. In all the varied relations of life he sustained the character of an upright, honorable man, and his sudden and unexpected death is the occasion of profound grief to a large circle of warmly attached friends and relatives.
Union and Advertiser
December 23, 1876
Cornelius VanDenbergh - Canandaigua
DIED - Aged 68 years, funeral held at residence in Canandaigua, Thurs. the 26th, Congregational Church. Albany and Troy papers please copy.
was born Belgium 1887. Sylvia
08, 1957 Canandaigua, New York, at 69 years of age.
Democrat and Chronicle Rochester, NY
Thurs. May 9, 1957
Sylvia V. Grieve, 70, of Canandaigua, yesterday. Survivors include two
brothers, Stephen VandeVorde and William J. Cromek, both of
MESSENGER Monday May 13, 1957
Alexander Grieve, a prayer service for Sylvia Grieve, 116 West Gibson
St., who died Wednesday in Thompson Hospital, was held at the home Saturday
morning followed by Solemn High Mass at St. Mary's Church with the Rev. John
V. Rose as celebrant. Rev. Crimmons was deacon, and Rev. William
Gaynor was Sub Deacon. Interment at Canandaigua.
were, Charles Rohlin, T. Hamilton Kennedy, Jack Dietz, Robert Wade, Robert
McElwee, and John Ryan, all of Canandaigua. Her
interred 1957 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery
New York, October 09, 1904. Canandaigua
City Clerk office record number 1484. Alexander
was born in
Palmyra, New York April 12, 1877. Alexander
was the son of John Grieve
26, 1941 Canandaigua, New York, at 64 years of age.
DEMOCRAT and CHRONICLE Rochester, NY
Wed May 28, 1941
Grieve Canandaigua - Funeral
services will be held at 9 AM tomorrow in St. Mary's Church for Alexander
Grieve, 64, of 116 West Gibson Street, who died yesterday in Memorial
Hospital. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.
was born in Palmyra but had resided here many years. Surviving his widow, Mrs.
Sylvia VanDevorde Grieve, four sons, George of Holcomb, Alexander of
Rochester, James T. and Robert Grieve of Canandaigua, three daughters, Mrs.
Henry Haight, Helen, and Isabel Grieve, all of this city.
At 34 years of age Alexander
father of Helen G. Grieve
New York, November 22, 1911.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL November 24, 1911
BORN - Canandaigua, November 22, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grieve, Phoenix Street, a daughter.
was born in Scoharie, New York 1825.
June 11, 1857 Farmington, New York, at 31 years of age.
ONTARIO REPUBLICAN TIMES June
18, 1857 PAGE 2
Wyant VanEvery, a respectable citizen of Farmington, was drowned on Friday last week in attempting to ford Mud Creek with a pair of horses attached to a democrat wagon near the residence of John Lapham Esq. The bridge at that point had been previously carried away and the creek much swollen by recent rains. So strong was the current that when about half way across Mr. VanEvery with his horses and wagon was swept down.
Morris3 VanGelder was born Pine Bank, New Jersey October
11, 1825. Alfred
died April 29, 1916 Wilmington,
Delaware, at 90 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday
May 5, 1916
PAGE 1 COL
death of Alfred VanGelder, aged 91 years, occurred at Wilmington Delaware
on Saturday. He was a former resident of this vicinity and had resided in
Wilmington for the past 18 months.
survive four sons, George B. VanGelder, of Canandaigua, and Fred,
Emerson and Edgar of Wilmington, Del., two daughters, Mrs. Charles
Gifford of Canandaigua, Mrs. Charles Hathaway of Wilmington, two
sisters, Mrs. Hulda Weeks, of Sharon, Wisconsin, one brother William
VanGelder of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
funeral services were being held in the Methodist church at Chapin on Tuesday.
Interment was in the Chapman cemetery at Hopewell
in Orange, Steuben Co., New York, September
25, 1850. Mary
was born New York August 11,
1830. Mary was the daughter
of Elvin C. Dean
and Lucinda Alden
died April 16, 1882
Philadelphia, Penn., at 51 years of age.
COUNTY JOURNAL April 21, 1882
DIED - VANGELDER In this village, April 16, 1882, Mary Jane VanGelder,
aged 51 years and 8 months.
ONTARIO REPOSITORY MESSENGER April 20, 1882
PAGE 3 COL 2
OBITUARY - The many friends of Mrs. Alfred VanGelder will be
pained to learn of her death, which took place in Philadelphia this morning,
where she had gone for the purpose of having a tumor removed. For several months
she had been an invalid, suffering pain from which death would have been a
welcome relief, but for leaving a devoted husband and children.
She was a devoted Christian woman and a shining example of the realities of religion. She had a warm and loving heart, was motherly and kind, devoted and loving to all. She held a place in the hearts of all her acquaintances who mourn her as a lost friend, but one whose example will make life's journey easier and it's disappointments more endurable, for amid her suffering she never lost hope or courage, but perfectly trusted in Jesus. Chapinville April 17.
was born Chapin, New York August 28, 1851.
February 19, 1929 Newport, Delaware, at 77 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. February 22, 1929
HATHAWAY - Word has been received of the death on Tuesday, February 19, of Mrs. Isabelle Hathaway, aged 77 years, at Newport, Delaware.
was the daughter of Mr. Alfred and Mary Jane VanGelder, and spent her
girlhood days in the vicinity of Chapin and Hopewell, where she was married to Charles
E. Hathaway on December 4, 1878. Mr. Hathaway died March 10,
survive three sons, J. Willis of Elkton, Md., Murray L. of Geneva,
and Emerson Hathaway, of Philadelphia, Pa., three daughters, Mrs. John
Croney, of Newport, and Mrs. Myrtis Mannering, and Mrs. Samuel Walker,
of Canandaigua, one sister, Mrs. Charles Gifford, Canandaigua, and three
brothers, George B. VanGelder of Clifton Springs, B. Emerson VanGelder
of Wilmington, Del., and Edgar A. VanGelder of Chester, Pa., several
services will be held this afternoon at her late home in Newport with burial at
At Newport, Delaware, Feb. 19, 1929, Mrs. Isabelle Hathaway, aged
77 years, formerly of Chapin and Hopewell. Her
interred 1929 Newport, Delaware, Silverbrook Cemetery.
Charles E. Hathaway
New York, December 04, 1878. The
year may be 1875. Charles
10, 1910 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at 57 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL
March 25, 1910 PAGE 2
CENTER - Charles E.
Hathaway, of Wilmington, Delaware, died at a Philadelphia hospital on March
10, aged 58 years. Mr. Hathaway was formerly of Hopewell, having spent
his young manhood on the Hathaway farm, now owned by James
Pettit. He leaves besides
his wife, Mrs. Belle VanGelder Hathaway, formerly of Chapin, six grown
children and several grandchildren, an aged father, and a brother of Auburn.
At Philadelphia, March 10, 1910, Charles E. Hathaway, of
Wilmington, Del, aged 58 years, formerly of Hopewell.
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