Garlinghouse & Richards Rds., Naples, NY
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|AGARD *||Jane||Dec 12, 1824 - Sept 18, 1903 Atlanta, NY; 79y; w/o John; d/o Jacob & Elizabeth WESTBROOK; surviving sis: Mrs. Thomas Goundry [obit]|
|AGARD*||John||1833 - Feb 15, 1899; 66y; h/o Jane; bro: William & sis, Mrs. Collins|
|AGARD||Norman||Feb 1807 - May 1, 1851; 44y,3m; h/o Philena|
|AGARD||Philena||1810 - Dec 30, 1881; 71y; w/o Norman|
|AGARD||Samuel||died Dec 11, 1842|
|ARNOLD *||Elijah||Nov 26, 1783 RI - Feb 18, 1879; 85y,6m,5d; h/o (Mary) Polly|
|ARNOLD||Elijah Jr.||1821 - June 1, 1893; 72y; h/o Roxana J.|
|ARNOLD||Eliza||died Mar 3, 1873|
|ARNOLD *||Polly||Feb 4, 1812 - Aug 21, 1863; 51y,6m,17d; w/o Elijah|
|ARNOLD||Roxana J.||July 11, 1842 - Mar 16, 1875; 32y,8m,5d; w/o Elijah Jr.|
|BARTHOLOMEW||Albert||Sept 16, 1847 - Feb 21, 1853; 5y,5m,5d; s/o H. & M.|
|BARTHOLOMEW *||Allen||Apr 14, 1783 - Aug 20, 1859; 76y; h/o Aseneth|
|BARTHOLOMEW *||Aseneth||June 8, 1789 - Sept 9, 1871; 82y; w/o Allen|
|BARTHOLOMEW *||Charles||July 8, 1821 - Feb 5, 1869; 47y; h/o Waity Ann|
|BARTHOLOMEW *||Daniel||1855 - Sept 2, 1868; 13y; s/o David & Martha|
|BARTHOLOMEW||Edgar||Mar 19, 1858 - Jan 1, 1862; 3y,9m,13d; s/o William & Angeline|
|BARTHOLOMEW *||Eve||Sept 23, 1826 - Jan 26, 1848; 21y,4m,3d; d/o Aaron & Ann|
|BARTHOLOMEW *||George||Jan 26, 1844 - Oct 3, 1847; 3y; s/o Aaron & Ann|
|BARTHOLOMEW *||Lawrence||Dec 1, 1856 - Dec 17, 1885; 29y|
|BLANCHARD *||Ely (Eli)||1797 - Jan 14, 1874; 76y; h/o Mary PHILLIPS & Olive COYT; sil: Elijah Arnold Jr. [obit]|
|BLANCHARD *||Gardner||1828 - 1860; h/o Cornelia|
|BLANCHARD *||Mary||1798 - 1848; 1st w/o Ely; nee PHILLIPS|
|BLANCHARD *||Olive||1815 - 1887; 2nd w/o Ely; nee COYT|
|BRIGGS *||Alva||died 1873; s/o Sylvester & Sarah (Keeler)|
|BRIGGS||Ann||1807 - Sept 16, 1864; 57y,5m; w/o John|
|BRIGGS *||David||June 23, 1843 - Feb 27, 1912; h/o Elizabeth|
|BRIGGS *||Elizabeth||Apr 10, 1812 - Mar 17, 1968; 55y,11m,7d; w/o David|
|BRIGGS||Emily||died Mar 10, 1866; d/o Sylvester & Sarah|
|BRIGGS *||John||Apr 5, 1802 - Jan 26, 1891 Bloods; 88y; h/o Ann; 8 siblings, only 2 survive [obit below]|
|BRIGGS||Maryette||1817 - Apr 28, 1853; 36y|
|BRIGGS *||Myron||died Feb 24, 1854; 7y,20d; s/o David & Elizabeth|
|BRIGGS *||Phebe||May 23, 1848 - Sept 3, 1902; 54y; w/o David; d/o Elijah ARNOLD|
|BRIGGS||Sarah||1830 - 1917; 87y; w/o Sylvester; nee KEELER|
|BRIGGS *||Sylvester||1825 - 1878; h/o Sarah KEELER|
|BRIGGS *||Thomas||1840 - Mar 1, 1862; 22y; s/o John & Ann|
|BROWN *||Elizabeth M.||Nov 5, 1835 - July 27, 1876; 40y,8m,22d; w/o Freeman|
|CASKEY *||Elvira||1819 - Aug 27, 1863; 44y,3d|
|COATS *||Emyla A.||died Jan 18, 1852; 8y,6m,20d|
|COBB||Charles S.||1833 - May 24, 1874; 41y|
|COLE *||Sarah||Mary 28, 1841 - Aug 9, 1869; 28y,4m,12d; w/o Daniel T.|
|DYER||Louisa||Mar 3, 1837 - Mar 18, 1916; w/o Samuel|
|DYER||Samuel||Feb 13, 1833 - Jan 10, 1904; h/o Louisa|
|ELDRIDGE||Adah||July 6, 1845 - Sept 18, 1871; 26y,2m,13d; d/o Thomas & Elizabeth|
|GOUNDRY *||Hannah||1821 - 1909; 2nd w/o Thomas; nee WESTBROOK|
|GOUNDRY *||Mary E.||July 19, 1850 - June 29, 1878; 27y,11m,10d|
|GOUNDRY *||Thomas||Mar 1816 - 1911; h/o Elizabeth & Hannah [ck out]|
|HARRIS *||Elizabeth||May 8, 1853 - June 12, 1863; 10y,1m,4d; d/o Matthew & Harriet|
|JEFFERS||Albert||1847 - Sept 2, 1863; 16y; s/o Ralph & Mary Ann|
|JEFFERS||Olive||Aug 1849 - Sept 4, 1863; 14y,28d; d/o Ralph & Mary Ann|
|JONES *||Charles W.||May 26, 1838 - Dec 28, 1862; 24y,7m,2d; h/o Elizabeth; Civil War Vet|
|JONES *||Edward A.||Dec 12, 1813 - Sept 28, 1888; 74y,9m,16d; h/o ???, Martha & Mary [ck out]|
|JONES *||Eliza A.||Aug 9, 1862 - Feb 8, 1893; d/o Edward & Martha|
|JONES *||Elizabeth||Feb 1838 - Aug 10, 1863; 25y,6m; w/o Charles W.|
|JONES *||John F.||May 21, 1843 - Nov 25, 1864; 21y,6m,4d; s/o Edward; Civil War Vet|
|JONES||Martha||1834 - Mar 28, 1865; 31y; 2nd w/o Edward|
|JONES *||S. Addie||Mar 22, 1855 - Aug 29, 1871; 16y,5m,7d; d/o Edward & Sally|
|JONES||Sally||died 38y,1m,2d?; w/o Edward A. [poss. his 1st wife]|
|KING *||Frances F.||1849 - Apr 13, 1874; 24y,7m; d/o John & Melinda|
|KING *||John||1805 - June 10, 1880; 75y,4m; h/o Melinda|
|KING||Mayola||died June 13, 1899; 22y; youngest d/o John & Melinda|
|KING||Melinda||died Apr 18, 1891; 67y; w/o John|
|LANNING *||Benjamin||May 1, 1778 - Jan 17, 1863; 84y,8m,16d; h/o Nancy|
|LANNING *||Nancy||Oct 1791 - Dec 28, 1873; 84y,10m; w/o Benjamin|
|LANNING *||Ransom||1812 - Nov 25, 1856; 41y,11m|
|LANNING *||Richard||1820 - Nov 23, 1894; 74y; h/o Mary|
|MITCHELL||Mahlon||Aug 1779 - Nov 14, 1862; 83y,3m|
|MOOSE *||Emeline||1839 - May 11, 1891; 51y,5m; w/o Merit; nee STEWART|
|NARACONG *||Margaret||Mar 1831 - July 29, 1864; 33y,4m; w/o William; d/o John & Ann BRIGGS|
|PARSHALL||Charles||1878 - 1938|
|PARSHALL*||Fanny M.||died Jan 27, 1873; 1y,10m,7d; d/o MT & A|
|PARSHALL||Ira||Apr 22, 1828 - Nov 6, 1851; 23y,6m,14d|
|PROCTOR *||Aaron||1768 MA - Apr 8, 1863; 94y,4m; h/o Sarah|
|PROCTOR *||David||Mar 5, 1808 MA - Mar 21, 1887; 79y,16d; unwed; s/o Aaron & Sarah|
|PROCTOR *||Horatio||1809 MA - 18??; s/o Aaron & Sarah|
|PROCTOR *||Mary L.||Aug 4, 1802 RI - Nov 17, 1886; 84y,3m,13d; unwed; d/o Aaron & Sarah|
|PROCTOR||Sarah||Jan 12, 1774 - Nov 30, 1842; 68y,10m,18d; w/o Aaron|
|PROCTOR *||Sarah||1846 - Apr 4, 1848; 1y,7m; d/o Hiram & Alvina|
|RUSSELL||Alpheus||1855 - Jan 25, 1860; 5y; s/o Alpheus & Esther|
|RUSSELL||Esther||1833 - 1924; w/o Alpheus|
|SANDFORD *||Sarah C.||Oct 30 1845 - Mar 13, 1849; 3y,4m,17d; d/o Soton & C.|
|SANDFORD *||Soton||Dec 11, 1806 - Mar 28, 1858; 51y,3m,17d|
|SCHONHER||Helmy||May 9, 1864 - Oct 14, 1888; 24y,5m,5d; w/o Samuel|
|SCOTT||Daniel L.||July 24, 1830 - May 8, 1852; 21y,9m,15d|
|SPRAGUE||Elmer||Mar 17, 1875 - Sept 2, 1875|
|STEWART *||Joseph R.||1847 - Aug 30, 1862; 25y|
|STEWART *||Peter M.||Dec 31, 1819 - Nov 11, 1863; 43y,10m,11d|
|STEWART *||Polly||Jan 20, 1799 - Feb 22, 1869; 70y,1m,2d; w/o William|
|STEWART *||William||Feb 18, 1795 - Aug 22, 1870; 75y,6m,4d; h/o Polly|
|TUTTLE *||Minerva||1798 - Apr 21, 1846; 48y; w/o Henry|
|VANOSDOL *||Anna A.||1817 - Oct 2, 1889; 72y; w/o Peter; nee WILLIAMS|
|VANOSDOL *||Hattie||June 16, 1850 - Oct 5, 1873; 23y,3m,19d; d/o Peter & Anna (Williams) [2 stones]|
|VANOSDOL *||Katy A.||Aug 21, 1849 - Jan 2, 1863; 13y,4m,12d; d/o Peter & Anna (Williams)|
|VANOSDOL *||Kitty||Dec 29, 1849 - Feb 2, 1863; 13y,1m,4d; d/o Peter & Anna (Williams)|
|VANOSDOL *||Peter||Oct 9, 1816 - Feb 26, 1885; 68y; h/o Anna A. WILLIAMS|
|WADE||Reuben||1802 - Oct 26, 1882; 80y; h/o Sarah|
|WADE||Sarah||1805 VT - 188? Or later; w/o Reuben|
|WALLING *||Jacob B.||Aug 1842 - June 26, 1897; 55y,10m|
|WESTBROOK *||Aby E.||Dec 7, 1843 - Sept 3, 1859; 15y,8m,27d; d/o Jesse & Elizabeth|
|WESTBROOK||C. Lizana||Aug 28, 1840 - Sept 6, 1884; w/o A.|
|WESTBROOK *||Elizabeth||May 1778 - Sept 2, 1874; 96y; w/o Isaac|
|WESTBROOK *||George G.||Aug 31, 1850 - Apr 10, 1853; 2y,7m,10d; s/o J. & E.|
|WESTBROOK *||Henry||Sept 25, 1805 Canada - Mar 26, 1877; 71y,6m,1d; h/o Liberty [obit has 73y]|
|WESTBROOK *||Liberty||Mar 14, 1797 - Apr 26, 1866; 69y,1m,12d; w/o Henry|
|WESTBROOK *||William||Aug 5, 1811 - July 1, 1869; 57y,10m,27d|
|WOODARD *||Nancy||Jan 16, 1811 - Aug 8, 1852; 41y,7m,2d|
|WRIGHT *||Charles||1855 - 1921; s/o Sanford|
|WRIGHT *||Ira||1805 - 1888|
|WRIGHT *||Orinda||1812 MA - Dec 25, 1899 W. Cohocton; 87y; w/o Sanford; nee PROCTOR|
|WRIGHT *||Sanford (Rev)||1811 - 1898; h/o Orinda PROCTOR; son: Horatio C. (Horatio's obit below)|
The Naples Record Sat Jan 17, 1874
Eli Blanchard, of Garlinghouse, father-in-law of Elijah Arnold, Jr., died at Mr. Arnold's on Wednesday, aged 77 years.
The Naples Record Sat Mar 31, 1877
Henry Westbrook, aged 73, died on Monday morning at Garlinghouse.
The Naples Record Wed Jan 18, 1891 [from Glancing Backwards Section]
Died, in West Cohocton, January 26, 1891, John Briggs, formerly of Naples, aged nearly 89 years.
The Naples Record Wed Feb 4, 1891
John Briggs was born in Milo, Yates county, April 5, 1802, and died at Bloods, January 26, 1891. He was one of a family of nine children, only two of whom, Mrs. Ann Bartholomew, of this place, and Hon. W. S. Briggs, of Penn Yan, survive him.
He was a grand specimen of the early pioneers who are rapidly passing away. In his early life he submitted to great privations with heroic fortitude, but always preserved amidst these hardships the sweet amenities of life, and left behind grand legacies of a good Christian character. He retained his mental and physical powers far beyond many of his years, and was emphatically a grand, noble Christian man, loved and respected by all who knew him.
In May; 1825, he married Miss Ann A. Green, and to them twelve children were born, seven of whom survive him. In 1840 he moved to Naples and settled in Garlinghouse where he resided for more than forty years, filling many responsible positions both in church and State.
His funeral was held at the schoolhouse January 28, Rev. J. H. Masten officiating, assisted by the Revds. S. Wright and A. Norton.
The unusually large concourse of people at his funeral was but a marked attestation of his worth. His remains quietly rest in our cemetery here beside those of his companion who preceded him twenty years ago to the Land Beyond. February 2, 1891
The Naples Record Thurs Feb 5, 1891
John Briggs, an old resident of Bloods, died Jan. 16th, [typo error] of old age. He was born in Yates county, and moved to Bloods in 1831. He was 88 years of age and leaves, with his seven children, his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, seventy descendants.
The Naples Record Wed January 22, 1896
Our community was startled by the sad intelligence on Thursday last that Horatio Wright was dead. It seemed almost incredible that one who only a few days before was in our midst enjoying such good health and with such fair prospects of living to. a good old age should so suddenly be called away.
Horatio C, son of Rev. Sanford and Orinda Wright, was born in Garlinghouse Feb. 28, 1848, where be spent his boyhood days under the parental roof. Arriving at majority, he went to Jackson, Mich., whereon July 4,1870, he married Miss Lydia Bryant. In 1876 he returned to Wayland, N. Y-, where he resided for five years, when he removed to Hornellsville, where he resided until the time of his death.
Deceased was a professional painter, and was therefore well and favorably known, and will long be remembered by a large circle of acquaintances as a man of sterling integrity, noble impulses, generous to a fault, honest in his dealings, diligent in business, a kind neighbor, a fond, loving husband and father. These qualities made him many friends, and we doubt if he had an enemy.
His sickness was of short duration, no special fears being entertained for his recovery until a day or two before his death, when pneumonia claimed its victim. To his brother, who was caring for him, he gave the assurance that it was all well with him, that he was prepared and willing to go. His remains were brought to his brother, Marcus' home, at West Cotocton, where a funeral service was held January 21, Rev. D. C. Nye speaking words of consolation to a large concourse of friends and acquaintances, who were assembled to pay their last tribute of respect to one who in life they cherished and to mourn with those who mourn.
He leaves a companion, an only son, an aged father and mother, seven brothers, two sisters and a large circle of relatives to mourn his loss.
The rich profusion of flowers so generously contributed by the painters and friends at Homellsvilie and the large concourse of friends at his funeral was but a marked attestation of his worth. The interment was in Clear View Cemetery, North Cohocton. January 27,1896.
The Naples Record Wednesday December 27, 1899
Mrs. Orinda Wright, of West Cohocton, died at her home in West Cohocton, Monday evening after a short illness, at the advanced age of 87 years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday. December 25, 1898.
The Naples News Thursday October 1, 1903
Mrs. Jane Agard was born in Starkey, Yates county, N.Y., Dec. 12, 1824 and died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Goundry, in Atlanta, NY, Sept. 18, 1903. Mrs. Agard was one of a family of several children of Jacob and Elizabeth WESTBROOK, of whom, only one sister, Mrs. Thomas Goundry, survives.
She was united in marriage to John W. Agard, who died four years ago. Since her girlhood days she has resided in Garlinghouse or within a few miles of there where she has been so well and favorably known and respected as a woman of sterling worth, a fond loving wife, and a kind and obliging neighbor, a most conscientious and earnest Christian, and an honored member of the Baptist church for many years.
Her last illness was of short duration, but was ready to go at the bidding of her master. Her funeral services were held from the Garlinghouse School house, on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 20, 1903, Rev. Glason of Scottsburg, officiating who presented some very interesting and comforting thoughts from Matt. 5 8. 'Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God.'
The interment was in the Garlinghouse cemetery. Sept. 28th, 1903.
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