Sand Hill Cemetery
Emerson & Sand Hill Rd., Canandaigua, NY
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|AASNESS*||Raymond N.||Dec 27, 1933 - Sept 23, 2002; 68y; h/o Roberta Elizabeth Andrews; Korean War Vet|
|ANDREWS*||Frank Alton||Jan 31, 1904 - Jan 22, 1988; 84y; h/o Margaret Lucille TIFFANY; s/o Arthur & Helen Lydia (Van Gelder)|
|ANDREWS*||Margaret "Lucille"||Jan 17, 1910 - Mar 1, 1995; w/o Frank Alton; d/o Wilbur Levi & Ina Emeline (Briggs) TIFFANY|
|ARNOLD*||Alice A.||died Feb 19, 1866; 21y; d/o Dennis & Mary "Polly" B.|
|ARNOLD*||Dennis||died Oct 23, 1887; 82y,9m; h/o Mary "Polly"|
|ARNOLD*||Esther Elizabeth||Oct 3, 1906 - Sept 25, 1989; 82y; w/o Lyle Rockwell; d/o Arthur & Helen Lydia (Van Gelder) ANDREWS|
|ARNOLD*||Harriet||Oct 7, 1836 - Dec 27, 1910; 74y; d/o Dennis & Polly; unwed|
|ARNOLD*||Mary "Polly" B.||died Feb 6, 1873; 70y; w/o Dennis|
|ARNOLD*||Richmond H.||died June 11, 1860; 23y; s/o Dennis & Polly|
|ARNOLD*||Seymour A.||died Apr 17, 1852; 21y; s/o Dennis & Polly|
|AXTELL*||Hannah||died July 10, 1826; 24y,10m; 1st w/o Hiram; nee PADLEFORD|
|AXTELL*||Martha||died Oct 28, 183?; 37y; 2nd w/o Hiram; d/o Zachariah & Susannah (Tiffany) PADELFORD|
|BARNEY||Miss Kittie||died Aug 26, 1885; [obit below]|
|BECKER*||Laura||died June 30, 1864; 43y; w/o William; d/o M. & Phebe BRANDT [also on Brandt stone]|
|BEEBE*||Julia F.||1740 - Nov 18, 1831; 91y; w/o ??; nee BROCKLEBANK; maternal great uncle: Levi Brocklebank (he was 1st white child born in Canandaigua)|
|BEEBE*||Lima||Sept 7, 1809 - Apr 5, 1893; 83y; w/o Miles; nee BROCKLEBANK|
|BEEBE *||Miles||June 17, 1806 - Apr 21, 1891; 84y; h/o Lima BROCKLEBANK|
|BIRCHARD*||Betsey||1775 - Jan 20, 1839; 63y; w/o ???; nee MOORE|
|BIRCHARD||Elias||1797 - Oct 28, 1877; 80y; h/o Sally|
|BIRCHARD||Sarah||1799 - Feb 1, 1882; 82y|
|BIRCHARD||Temperance||1803 - May 26, 1878; 75y|
|BIRCHARD*||unknown||1761 - Mar 22, 1838; 77y; poss h/o Betsey MOORE [on marker w/ Betsey] no name shown on front of stone- prob @ top of stone]|
|BRANDT*||Caroline C.||died May 26, 1888; 77y, 10m; w/o Samuel|
|BRANDT*||Charles M.||died Dec 25, 1866; 18y, 8m; s/o Samuel & Caroline|
|BRANDT*||Elizabeth||died Jan 15, 1857; 33y; d/o Mason & Phebe|
|BRANDT*||Harriet||2y; d/o Mason & Phebe|
|BRANDT*||Mason||Mason; died Dec 7, 1845; 59y; h/o Phebe|
|BRANDT*||Phebe||died Sep 22, 1870; 85y; w/o Mason|
|BRANDT*||Robert Emmet||died Aug 25, 1864; 12y,3m; s/o Samuel & Caroline|
|BRANDT*||Samuel||1810 - June 11, 1894; 84 yrs; h/o Caroline|
|BROCKLEBANK*||Chloe||1796 - Aug 21, 1852; 56y; w/o John B.; nee SANGER|
|BROCKLEBANK*||Evalina F.||1833 - 1911; 78y; w/o Walter S.|
|BROCKLEBANK*||John B.||died Mar 3, 1874; 80y|
|BROCKLEBANK||John B.||1795 - 1858; 63y; h/o Chloe SANGER|
|BROCKLEBANK*||Levi||Oct 28, 1791 - Mar 1, 1872; 80y; 1st male child born in this town|
|BROCKLEBANK*||Levi||6y; s/o Levi|
|BROCKLEBANK*||Levi O.||1834 - June 10, 1861 Washington, DC; 27y; Civil War Vet [research]|
|BROCKLEBANK||Mary||1771 - July 2, 1843; 72y; w/o Samuel [obit below, 7/25/1843]|
|BROCKLEBANK||Polly||died May 28, 1861; 57y,10m; w/o George|
|BROCKLEBANK||Samuel||1765 - May 7, 1826; 60y; h/o Mary; Rev War Soldier [see 1952 article below]|
|BROCKLEBANK*||Samuel||1812 - 1897; 85y; unwed; bro to Lima Beebe (on 1860 census with her & husb)|
|BROCKLEBANK*||Walter S.||1827 - 1899; 72y; h/o Evalina F.; s/o John B. & Chloe (Sanger)|
|BROWN *||Ella T.||1785 - 1835; 50y; d/o Zachariah & Susanna (Jenks) TIFFANY (on Tiffany stone)|
|BRYANT *||George||died Dec 12, 1850; 50y,3m,10d; h/o Polly BROCKLEBANK|
|BRYANT *||Polly||died May 28, 1861; 57y,10m; w/o George; nee BROCKLEBANK|
|BUCANNAN||Horace||died Feb 11, 1849; 4y,7m; s/o Andrew J. & Susan|
|CANFIELD*||Hannah||died Jan 19, 1844; 65y; w/o Joseph; nee BATES|
|CANFIELD*||Joseph||died Oct 25, 1841; 64y; h/o Hannah BATES; s/o Benjamin & Marion (Barton)|
|CASSORT||Charles||1825 - 1919; h/o Mary BEEBE; s/o David & Sarah (Phelps); b/o Mrs. Jacob Himes|
|CASSORT*||David||Feb 22, 1789 NJ - Apr 20, 1861; 71y; h/o Sarah PHELPS, Emily CHAPMAN & Lucy SMITH; s/o James & Elizabeth (Suydam)|
|CASSORT*||Eliza||died Nov 18, 1822; 1y,2m; d/o James & Mehitable|
|CASSORT*||Elizabeth||died Sept 25, 1836; 83y; w/o James; nee SUYDAM|
|CASSORT*||Henry||died Oct 23, 1853; 27y; s/o David & Sarah (Phelps)|
|CASSORT*||infant||died Mar 24, 1819?; 2m,1d|
|CASSORT*||infant||died Sept 5, 1821; 3m,4d|
|CASSORT||infant||died Dec 26, 1818; 11d; s/o James & Mehitable|
|CASSORT*||infant||died Sept 24, 1822; 11m|
|CASSORT*||James||1748 NJ - Apr 6, 1821; 73y; h/o Elizabeth SUYDAM|
|CASSORT*||James Jr.||1785 - Sept 3, 1828; 43y; s/o James & Elizabeth (Suydam)|
|CASSORT*||James T.||died Jan 16, 1849; 4y,2m,20d; s/o Fred & Ann (2 pics)|
|CASSORT||Jimmie||died Dec 26, 1818; 11d; s/o James & Mehitable|
|CASSORT||Mary||1834 - 1913; 79y; w/o Charles; nee BEEBE|
|CASSORT*||Sarah||died Aug 10, 1834; w/o David; d/o Nathan PHELPS; can't read|
|CHAPMAN*||Anzalette||1821 - 1847; 26y; 1st w/o George Milton; nee TIFFANY|
|CHAPMAN*||George Milton||Jan 28, 1818 CT - 1893; h/o Anzalette TIFFANY & Nancy TIFFANY; s/o Milton & Sally (Beers)|
|CHAPMAN*||Nancy||1823 - 1887; 64y; w/o George Milton; nee TIFFANY|
|CHASE*||Homer||1834 - Oct 7, 1919; 85y; h/o Mary Isabel & ?|
|CHASE*||Mary Isabel||1834 - Aug 1860; 26y; 1st w/o Homer|
|CHASE*||Ovid (Capt)||June 2, 1800 NH - Mar 1, 1876; 75y; h/o Sarah PIKE; s/o Samuel & Mary|
|CHASE*||Ovid Jr.||died Aug 4, 1917; 80y; s/o Ovid & Sarah (Pike)|
|CHASE*||Sarah W.||died Sept 22, 1884; 72y,8m,22d; w/o Capt Ovid; nee PIKE|
|COE*||John||died Jan 22, 1851; 34y,8m,8d; s/o Isaac & Nancy (Barker)|
|DEBOW*||Catharine||died Apr 15, 1854; 83y,6m; w/o John|
|DEBOW*||Elmira||1806 NH - Dec 17, 1876; 70y,6m,12d; w/o Gerritt; nee THURBER|
|DEBOW*||Eugene T.||died June 6, 1854; 5y,9m, 18d; s/o Gerritt & Elmira (Thurber)|
|DEBOW**||Gerritt||1798 - Jan 27, 1882; 84y; h/o Elmira THURBER; s/o John|
|DEBOW*||John||Oct 18, 1762 NJ - June 5, 1843; 82y; h/o Catharine; Rev. War Soldier|
|DEBOW**||Mary A.||July 24, 1809 - Apr 30, 1850; 40y; w/o Henry|
|DENNIS*||Nannie W.||Nov 17, 1836 - July 11, 1865; 29y; w/o Edgar|
|ELTON*||Eliza||1810 - Dec 19, 1844; 33y, 11m.; w/o Noah|
|ELTON*||Jabez||1783 CT - July 24, 1849; 66y; h/o Olive HOLCOMB|
|EMERSON||John P.||died Oct 10, 1905; 66y|
|FISHER||Mary A||removed from Woodlawn to Sand Hill Ceme|
|FOBES*||Clarissa||died Nov 11, 1831; 3y,8m,7d; d/o Horatio L. & Mary Ann|
|FOBES*||Edson E.||died Nov 12, 1839; 8y,11m; s/o Horatio L. & Mary Ann|
|FOBES*||Horatio||died Sept 3, 1864; 1y,6m; s/o Horatio & Mary Ann|
|FOBES*||Horatio L.||died July 19, 1862; 67y,2m,18d; h/o Mary Ann|
|FOBES*||Mary Ann||died Jan 9, 1882; 75y; w/o Horatio L.|
|FRENCH*||Charles (Capt)||July 3, 1808 CT - June 2, 1872; 63y; h/o Elizabeth HARRIS; s/o John & Elizabeth (Rogers); [was he in military, or Capt of a ship on the lake?]|
|GAGE *||Deborah||can't read; very faded|
|GAGE*||George W. (Rev)||1816 NH - Oct 5, 1869; 53y,6m; h/o Eliza; s/o John & Lydia (Brocklebank)|
|GAGE||Hannah M.||died Oct 6, 1842; 18y,6m; d/o John & Lydia (Brocklebank)|
|GAGE*||John||abt 1780 NH - 18??; h/o Lydia BROCKLEBANK & Betsey BROCKLEBANK (written in Latin)|
|GAGE*||Lydia||1780 - June 3, 1832; 52y; w/o John; nee BROCKLEBANK|
|GAGE*||Nancy B.||Jan 11, 1812 - Feb 19, 1888; 76y; d/o John & Lydia (Brocklebank)|
|GAGE*||Sally||1789 - Aug 23, 1823; 34y,10m|
|GARDNER*||Ishmael||1778 - Aug 25, 1860; 82y,4m,18d; h/o Parley|
|GARDNER*||Parley||July 8, 1787 VT - Aug 22, 1876; 89y; w/o Ishmael|
|GARDNER*||Wilson||1810 - June 18, 1873; 63y; s/o Franklin|
|GEHRES*||Charles||Jan 12, 1909 -May 12, 1993 Suffolk Co., NY; 84y; h/o Anna Mary ANDREWS|
|GEHRES*||Anna "Mary"||Jan 7, 1910 - Mar 14, 2006 Saratoga Co, NY; 96y; w/o Charles; d/o Arthur & Helen (Van Gelder) ANDREWS|
|GORDON||Janet||d/o Samuel & Jane|
|GREEN*||Thomas||1768 RI - July 19, 1853; 85y|
|HALL*||Eddie||died May 14, 1847; 3y; s/o Charles & Nancy D.|
|HALL*||Willie||died July 21, 1861; 6m,14d; s/o Isaac & Sarah A.|
|HAYTON*||Eliza||died Sept 6, 1850; 38y; w/o Joseph|
|HAYTON*||Eliza A.||died Oct 9, 1861; 35y; w/o Joseph Jr.|
|HAYTON*||Joseph||died Aug 19, 1861; 44y; h/o Eliza & Eliza A.|
|HELMS||Grant I.||died Dec 27, 1981; 84y [obit below]|
|HENRY||George R.||died Nov 7, 1904; 61y|
|HERRINTON||Charlott||died Sept 7, 1820; 1m; d/o John & Martha|
|HUTCHINSON||Janet||1839 - Sept 19, 1903; 64y; 2 sons, 1 dau [obit below]|
|INGRHAM||Warren J.||died Apr 15, 1905; 21y; s/o Hiram Charles & Georgia Ann (Wilcox)|
|JONES*||Myron||died Sept 186?|
|KENNEY||Harry||Oct 5, 1905 - June 27, 1980; 74y; [obits below]|
|KINSMAN||Thomas||can't read - stone broken|
|KIPP||William||died May 22, 1888; about 52y|
|KNAPP||Alvin S.||Mar 4, 1814 - June 26, 1844; 30y,3m,22d; s/o Samuel & Betsey|
|KNAPP||Betsey||1791 - Apr 16, 1849; 58y; w/o Samuel|
|LACY*||Catherine||1816 - Aug 19, 1882; 66y; w/o Thomas|
|LACY*||Thomas||1823 - Aug 17, 1860; 37y; h/o Catherine|
|LE FEVER**||James||died June 13, 1873; 6m; s/o Daniel & Sarah (Stead); (on the Wm. Stead stone) (moved to Syr.)|
|LORD*||Emeline||1807 - June 2, 1875; 68y; w/o Ephraim|
|MATHEWSON*||Alfred||Dec 5, 1819 - Oct 9, 1881; h/o Laura TIFFANY|
|MATHEWSON *||Ann Jennette||died May 4, 1844; 1y,10m,17d; d/o William|
|MATHEWSON*||Laura||Aug 31, 1819 - Apr 2, 1891; 71y; w/o Alford; nee TIFFANY|
|MATHEWSON *||Ruth||died Feb 20, 1850; 29y; w/o ?; d/o Mr & Mrs. GIBSON|
|NELSON *||Mary||died Feb 13, 1842; 26y; w/o George|
|NEWLAND||Ethel T.||died June 29, 1957; ??y; w/o ??; nee TUTTLE|
|NEWMAN||Louis F.||died Feb 23, 1941 Oakfield; 73y (removed from Woodlawn to Sand Hill)|
|NIEDERLITZ *||Susan||died Oct 3, 1912; 1st w/o Joseph D.; d/o Wm. H. SPENCER; [dad's obit below - Woodlawn]|
|OLSEN||Margaret B.||died Oct 6, 1969 Buffalo; 61y; w/o ???; sons: David & Donald; 2 daus; 2 sis [obit below ]|
|OUGHTERSON||Alfred C.||Apr 22, 1907 - Mar 1986; 76y; h/o Louise KNIGHT & Ruth E.; s/o John C. & Hattie (Platman)|
|OUGHTERSON||James||1872 - Dec 8, 1960; 88y; h/o Mary H. SEALEY; s/o James & Hellen [obit]|
|OUGHTERSON||Mary H.||1876 - 1943; 67y; w/o James; nee SEALEY|
|OUGHTERSON||Ruth E.||1915 - 2004; 89y; 2nd w/o Alfred C.|
|PADDELFORD*||Catherine||1839 - 1916; 77y; w/o Olney T.; d/o John P. & Elizabeth (Nagles) SCHERRER; removed from Woodlawn to Sand Hill|
|PADELFORD*||Edmund||1834 - 1836; 2y; s/o Zachariah & Susannah (Tiffany)|
|PADELFORD||Martha||died Oct 28, 182?; 3y; d/o Z|
|PADELFORD*||Mary||1832 - 1835; 4y; d/o Zachariah & Susannah (Tiffany)|
|PADELFORD*||Olney T.||July 14, 1837 - 1913; 75y; h/o Catherine SCHERRER; s/o Zachariah & Susannah (Tiffany)|
|PADELFORD*||Susannah "Susan"||1795 - Aug 13, 1860; 65y; w/o Zachariah; d/o Zachariah TIFFANY|
|PADELFORD*||Zachariah||Mar 18, 1800 MA -Mar 1, 1887; h/o Susannah TIFFANY|
|PADELFORD*||Zachariah Sherman||1863 - 1868; 5y; s/o Olney T. & Catherine (Scherrer); drowned (2 markers)|
|PERRY||Frank||Nov 22, 1854 - Aug 11, 1941; 86y; s/o Alvin & Sophronia; no offspring|
|PIKE*||Luther||died June 6, 1837; 48y; h/o Polly WILMARTH|
|PIKE*||Polly||died Dec 18, 1875; 86y,8m,21d; w/o Luther; nee WILMARTH|
|ROSS||Harold||removed from Woodlawn to Sand Hill|
|SANGER*||Betsey||died Apr 29, 1830; 42y; w/o Benjamin|
|SMITHEM||Ruth Vivian||died Feb 19, 1918; 11m; d/o Albert E. & Hilda (Brahm)|
|SPRAGE*||Betsey||died 1841; 66y; w/o Stephen|
|STACY*||Adelphia||Jan ??, 1803 or 08 - Dec 1865?; 52 or 57y; w/o Joel F.; nee BROCKLEBANK|
|STACY*||Helen M.||died Sept 27, 1862; 23y|
|STEAD*||Daniel W.||died July 1844; infant s/o William & Harriet (Warner)|
|STEAD*||Deborah||died Nov 24, 1851; 19y; d/o William & Harriet (Warner)|
|STEAD*||Harriet||died Feb 1, 1892; 82y; w/o William; nee WARNER|
|STEAD*||William||died Sept 28, 1856; 46y; h/o Harriet WARNER|
|STID||Deborah Jane||died Dec 11, 1831; 14y,9m,2d; d/o Benjamin & Deborah|
|STID||Mary E.||died Mar 23, 1846; 16m; d/o Benjamin & Deborah|
|STID*||William||died Oct 5, 1830; 7y,9m,19d; s/o Joseph & Elizabeth|
|THOMAS*||Abigail H.||died June 28, 1882; 81y; w/o Marcus|
|THOMAS*||Gilbert J.||died Aug 15, 1867; 30y,2m,27d|
|THOMAS*||Marcus||died Oct 21, 1880; 78y,5m,3d; h/o Abigail H.|
|THOMAS*||Oliver B.||died Mar 14, 1834; 19y; s/o Marcus & Abigail H.|
|THOMPSON||Isabella||can't read; w/o Jonathan|
|THOMPSON*||Jonathan||1780 Scot - Aug 22, 1864; 84y; h/o Isabella|
|THOMPSON||Richard E.||died Oct 13, 1902; 44y; suicide (has marker in Chapman Cemetery) [obit below]|
|THURBER*||Maria||died Sept 27, 1822; 1y,5d; d/o Samuel & Sally (Gage)|
|THURBER*||Sally||died Sept 2, 1822; 39y; w/o Samuel; nee GAGE|
|THURBER*||Samuel||died Mar 2, 1836; 55y; h/o Sally GAGE|
|TIFFANY*||Edmund||died 1868; 75y; h/o Polly|
|TIFFANY*||Polly||died May 27, 1867; 72y; w/o Edmund|
|TIFFANY*||Susanna||1757 - 1839; w/o Zachariah; d/o Edmund & Kezia (Olney) JENKS|
|TIFFANY*||Zachariah||Apr 9, 1758 - 1821; h/o Susanna JENKS; s/o John & Deliverance; Rev. War Soldier|
|TOWNSEND*||Sarah L.||Feb 15, 1835 - Mar 24, 1887; w/o Hezekiah E.; nee CHASE|
|unknown 1*||can't read|
|unknown 2*||son||died Feb 11, 1849; ?y; s/o J---|
|unknown 3*||can't read|
|unknown 4*||can't read|
|unknown 5*||can't read|
|unknown 6*||died July 11, 1835 ?; 27y,2m,26d|
|unknown 7*||can't read|
|unknown 8*||can't read|
|WARNER*||Charles||June 22, 1804 - July 26, 1884; 80y;h/o Phila & Mary|
|WARNER*||Daniel||Sept 15, 1832 -Oct 1832; 6wk; s/o Charles & Phila|
|WARNER*||Eliza||died Mar 17, 1866; 55y; w/o Mirtillo|
|WARNER**||Ellen||Feb 28, 1837 - Feb 8, 1869; 32y; d/o Charles & Mary|
|WARNER||Harriet||died Feb 1, 1892; 82y;|
|WARNER*||Julia||Feb 28, 1837 - July 11, 1866; 29y; d/o Charles & Mary|
|WARNER*||Mary||Feb 1, 1805 - July 20, 1886; 81y; 2nd w/o Charles|
|WARNER*||Phila||Aug 1, 1804 - Sept 16, 1832; 28y; 1st w/o Charles|
|WARNER*||Susan||Feb 11, 1828 - Apr 21, 1878; d/o Charles & Phila|
|WELLER*||Elizabeth||died July 24, 1881?; 59y; w/o John B.; nee BROCKLEBANK|
|WOODARD||Elizabeth||died Apr 7, 1832; 74y; w/o Seth; nee BARBER|
|WOODARD*||Levi B.||1789 MA -died 1858; 69y; h/o Nancy BROCKLEBANK|
|WOODARD*||Mary E.||died May 27, 1847; 24y|
|WOODARD*||Nancy||1798 - Mar 6, 1858; 60y; w/o Levi B.|
|WOODARD*||Roda||1792 MA - 1880 Sodus, NY; unwed|
|WOODARD*||Seth||Dec 2, 1759 - Oct 17, 1848; 88y; h/o Elizabeth BARBER|
|YORK||Delos S.||1831 - 1921; 89y; h/o Margaret OUGHTERTON|
|YORK||Margaret||1858 - Sept 3, 1945; 87y; w/o Delos S.; d/o John & Margaret (Cosh) OUGHTERSON; son, Robert [obit below]|
New York, NY Tribune July 1843
At Canandaigua, July 2, Mary, widow of the late Samuel Brocklebank, aged 72.
The deceased was one of the first that emigrated to Ontario county. She removed with her husband from New London, N. H. in March 1791. Their Locomotive was an ox team and sled, their canal and steamboat the wild Indian's bark canoe, and their point of destination the vicinity of Canandaigua, then an almost unbroken and gloomy forest. ......
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle Aug 31, 1885
Miss Kittle Larney, a domestic of Mr. Farmley, living a little west of Chapinville, after a short illness of a few days, died last Wednesday night. The funeral service took place at the house on Friday, and the interment at the Sand-hill cemetery.
The Phelps Citizen Thurs Oct 16, 1902
Orleans - Richard Thompson committed suicide Monday morning, by shooting himself with a revolver, at the home of Henry Sheckles. He left a note stating he had nothing to live for.
Geneva Daily Times Mon Sept 21, 1903
Mrs. Janet Hutchinson, of Flint Creek, died at that place Saturday, aged sixty-four years. The deceased is survived by two sons and one daughter. The funeral was held from her late home at that place at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. Burial was made in Sand Hill cemetery.
Clifton Springs Press Thurs Oct 17, 1918
Joe Niederlitz of Waterloo who has been ill with pneumonia at the home of A. C. Covert, is much better. His mother, Mrs. J. D. Niederlitz is caring for him.
Buffalo Evening News Tues Aug 3, 1920
CANANDAIGUA, Aug. 3 - William H. Spencer, age 77 years, businessman, died at his home in Chapin street, of heart trouble, yesterday. Fifty years he was proprietor of a livery stable in South Main street, retiring two years ago when he sold all of his horses and carriages and his stables were converted into a garage and taken over by his son, Mervin L Spencer .
He leaves a wife and a son and daughter, M. L. Spencer of Canandaigua and Mrs. Joseph Niederlitz of Rochester.
Funeral services will be held at his home tomorrow afternoon, the Rev, H. L. Gaylord of Saint John's church officiating. Members of Murray post, G. A. R., will have charge of the service at Woodlawn cemetery. [other family members buried here]
The Naples Record Wed Aug 13, 1941
FRANK PERRY - Frank Perry, 86, of Geneva, died on Monday, August 11, 1941. He was born in Naples on November 22, 1854, a son of Alvin and Sophronia Perry. He resided near Naples until about thirty years ago.
He leaves two nieces, Mrs. Iva Carey, of Geneva, with whom he lived, and Mrs. Clarence Hatch, of Naples. The funeral will be held on Thursday at 2:30 p. m. from the home, 7 Sharon Street, Geneva. Burial will be made in Sand Hill cemetery.
Geneva Daily Times Tues Sept 4, 1945
Mrs. Margaret York, aged 87, widow of Delos York. died yesterday morning at Geneva General. Until two years ago, she was a resident of the Town of Seneca and vicinity and had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Franklin Harrison, 136 Hamilton Street, this city.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Clarence Bistell, both of Geneva, and Mrs. James Lewis of Newton, N.J.; son, Robert York, Geneva; 11 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Last rites will be held tomorrow at the Harrison home at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Sand Hill cemetery. Rev. Robert Hebbiethwaite, of Port Byron and Rev. Luther Bostrom, pastor of Number Nine Presbytertian Church, will officiate.
Penn Yan Courier Wed Jan 1, 1948
Mrs. William L. Beamish, 81, of Geneva, formerly of Penn Yan and Bellona, died at Canandaigua Hospital, Tuesday afternoon, December 23. The daughter of B. C. Wandell of Illinois, she married William Beamish in Hall, November 29, 1883. For more than 35 years they lived in Bellona, later coming to Penn Yan, and then moving to Geneva. Mr. Beamish died Oct 5.
Mrs. Beamish leaves three daughters: Mrs. Walter Elling of Canandaigua; Mrs. Leon Ansley Milo Center, Mrs. Clinton Barnes of Bellona; three sons, Robert of Rochester, Elmer of Willard, and Alfred Beamish, of Penn Yan; four grand children and two great grand children.
Funeral services were held in Geneva, Saturday, Rev. Elroy D. VanDyke officiating. Burial in Sand Hill cemetery, Canandaigua.
The Shortsville and Manchester Enterprise Thurs Dec 4, 1952
Area Couples To Note 50th Anniversaries -
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd B. Brocklebank and Mr. and Mrs. T. Elgin Snyder will be guests of honor next Wednesday, Dec. 10, at an open house in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Brocklebank, Marsh road, Canandaigua.
Mr. and Mrs. Brocklebank and Mr. and Mrs. Snyder will greet their friends and family members from 2 to 5 in the afternoon and from 7 to 9 in the evening. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brocklebank with the "open house" plans will be Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brocklebank's other son, Gerald Brocklebank and Mrs. Brocklebank, and their daughter, Mrs. Bertha Herendeen of Shortsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Brocklebank and Mr. and Mrs. Snyder were married Dec. 10, 1902, in a double ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Snyder on the West Lake road. It was a cold wintry day with a snow mist in the air. The sleighing was good as the two couples, happily married, left to take the evening train for Buffalo and Canada, where they visited their uncle.
Rev. J. Wallace Webb, pastor of the Canandaigua Methodist church, was the officiating clergyman. The young ladies wore long white batiste dresses with long sleeves and carried white flowers.
Mrs. Brocklebank was the former Miss Ella May Snyder. She was the sister of Torance Elgin Snyder who was marrying his cousin, the former Miss Nora Belle Snyder. Thus the double wedding was a real family affair.
The two couples have always lived in this area and today are in vigorous health. Mr. Brocklebank was 83 last week. Mrs. Brocklebank is 72. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder are both in their 70s.
They have been strong and valuable citizens through the years in the town of Canandaigua. They have spent most of their lives at farming and have done well.
The Ray Brocklebank farm where the open house will be held has been occupied by four generations of the family. Samuel Brocklebank came into Ontario county in 1790. He was a Revolutionary captain and he is listed among the first 100 purchasers of Phelps and Gorham parcels in the county. Because of his Revolution war background he was sold the land for $4 per acre (others paid up to $16). Samuel and Esther Brocklebank's son, Levi, was the first male white child born in Ontario county. This was in the spring of 1791.
Floyd B. Brocklebank is the grandson of Samuel and the son of Benjamin S. Brocklebank who was one of the charter members of the Canandaigua Grange and a strong figure in the agricultural affairs of the area. Samuel Brocklebank, the pioneer settler, was a skilled fruit grower and his apple trees bore fruit for more than a century.
Floyd B. Brocklebank, grandson of the pioneer, who now notes his 50th anniversary, was twice married. His first wife was the former Miss May Forrest who died about seven years after their marriage. Mrs. Herendeen, who joins in planning the Dec. 10 open house, is a child of this initial union.
Mr. and Mrs. Snyder have had no children. Mr. and Mrs. Brocklebank have 13 grandchildren, children of their two sons and daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Brocklebank are parents of a son, Edward Brocklebank. who shares the management of the home farm, and two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Reed (the former Joyce Brocklebank) Canandaigua, and Miss Anna Mae Brocklebank, who is a student at RBI in Rochester.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brocklebank have a son, Richard, who is attending St. Andrews seminary in Rochester, and two daughters, Ann and Mary Beth.
Mrs. Herendeen has six children: James, who resides near Newburgh on the Hudson; Floyd, who lives in California; Lyndon, Shortsville; Glenn, also Shortsville; Carl, who is serving in the Navy, Dorothy, (Mrs. Melvin Nessinger) of Shortsville and Celia (Mrs. Harry White), Marion.
Geneva Times Sat Dec 10, 1955
Florence Truesdale- Final rites for Mrs. William Truesdale, 55, of 459 William St.. were held this afternoon in the Corwin Funeral Home. The Rev. F, L. Harper, D.D., pastor of First Presbyterian Church officiated. Interment was in Sandhill Cemetery, Canandaigua Rd.
Bearers were Wilber Lemeer, George Senne, Marshall Steinback, Matthew McCusker, all of Geneva; and George Tucker and Fred Ralston, both of Waterloo, all members of the Carpenter Local Union No. 187 of which Mrs Truesdale's husband, is a member.
Geneva Daily Times
James Oughterson, 88, former supervisor at the former "buttonwood Building", Willard State Hospital, on the Seneca Lake Rd., died the past week at his home in Billsboro. He has been retired for 28 years.
Shortsville-Manchester Enterprise Jan 4, 1963
Mrs. Elizabeth Gulvin Sampson, 76, of 47 Dailey Avenue, died unexpectedly Tuesday, Dec 25, in Springfield Hospital, Springfield, Mass. She had been visiting her son, Harold Gulvin of Long Meadeow, Mass.
Mrs Gulvin was born in Flint, Sept 7 1886. a daughter of the late Gregg and Elizabeth (Tegg)Coston. She attended the First Methodist church in this city.
Surviving are three sons: Harold of Long Meadow, Mass.; Ward, of Clearwater, Fla . and Robert, of Frewsburg; a daughter, Mrs. Roy Cheney of Ithaca: 17 grandchildren: 12 great grandchildren, two sisters. Mrs Nellie Jones of Canandaigua and Mrs. Viola Graupman of Rochester, and a brother, Joseph Coston of Flint.
Funeral services wre held Friday afternoon at the Kennedy and Son funeral Home, the Rev Ross E Whetstone, pastor of the First Methodist church officiating. Interment in Sand Hill cemetery, Canandaigua RD.
Finger Lakes Times Mon June 30, 1980
Harry Kenney - GENEVA - The funeral and committal service for Harry Kenney, 75, of 28 Lake Street, who died unexpectedly Friday at his home, will be at 11 a m,. tomorrow at the graveside in Sand Hill Cemetery, Canandaigua Road. The Rev. Richard A Norris, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, will officiate.
GENEVA - Harry Kenney, 75, of 28 Lake St , died unexpectedly yesterday in his home. There will be no calling hours. Funeral and burial services will be Tuesday at a time to be announced.
Mr. Kenney was born in Geneva, the son of Charles W. and Gertrude Hardy Kenney. He was a life-long resident of the area, and was an employee at the Bolin Music House for several years.
He is survived by three sisters, Loretta, Violette and Connie, all of Rochester; two brothers, Mos of Rochester and Alvin, of Geneva. Arrangements will be made by the Corwin Funeral Home.
Finger Lake Times Thurs Dec 31, 1981
Grant I. Helms - GENEVA - The funeral for Grant I. Helms, 84. of 362 S. Main St., who died Sunday at Geneva General Hospital, was Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Corwin Funeral Home. The Rev. Dr. J Richard Hart officiated. A spring burial will be in Sand Hill Cemetery, Canandaigua Road.
Finger Lake Times Tues Sept 4, 1984
GENEVA - Mrs. Emma S Zerby, 88, of 31 Reed Road, widow of Frederick Zerby, died Monday (Sept. 3) in Geneva General Hospital following a short illness. Friends may call at the McGuigan Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday.
A Witness funeral service will be said at 10 a.m., Thursday at the funeral home. Elmer Millard will officiate. Burial will be in Sand Hill Cemetery.
Surviving are two sons, Wayne Zerby of South Dakota and Frederick Zerby of Naples; three daughters, Mrs. Roland (Dawn) Bogart, Mrs. William (Louise) Damick and Mrs. Rumsey (Joyce) Graham, all of Geneva; 11 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Edward Steinhart of St. Petersburg, Fla , and Ralph Steinhart of Shamokin, Pa.; two sisters, Mrs. Alma Rudisill of Shamokin and Mrs. Hilda Yocum and several nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to one's favorite charity.
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