Miscellaneous Obituaries,
Town of Constantia, New York

I think you might be interested in these.  They were all published in the Syracuse Herald Journal on the days and dates given.  I ran into them while doing other research.  If interested I will send others as I run into them in the future to you.  
Frank Fisher (fisherfwf at aol com).
Syracuse Herald Journal
 
Wednesday June 19, 1940
ROBERT GRAHAM
Robert Graham, 28, of 113 Burnet Avenue, was drowned in the Seneca 
River Sunday while fishing, will be buried Thursday at Constantia Center
following services at 2 p.m. at the home of his stepfather, Roland W. Fish,
1524 North Salina Street.
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Tuesday October 1, 1940
Listed under deaths in Syracuse Area
Mrs. Mary Wood, 73, Constantia Center

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Friday March 5, 1943
Woman Dies Suddenly in Ambulance
Mrs. Georgia A. Nicholas 
Stricken Ill in Office of Physician 
Special Dispatch
   Rome, March 5—Mrs. Georgia Ann Nicholas of 100 Arsenal Square
stricken in the office of Dr. Ernest J. Weiss, died yesterday in the
municipal ambulance taking her to Rome Hospital. Coroner Thomas
A. Cox, who said she had been suffering from a heart condition, blamed
the death on natural causes.
   Mrs. Nicholas was 63, born in Greenville, Va., Sept 14, 1881, the daughter
of George and Margaret Bailey. She was twice married, the first time to
George Holbert and in 1928 at Constantia Center to George Nicholas.
   He survives along with five daughters, Mrs. Bessie Thomas and Mrs.
Horton Harle of Rome, Mrs. Hodge Mizer of Cleveland, Mrs. Irving 
Nicholas of Bernhard’s Bay, and Mrs. Fred Raell of Stanwix; two sons,
Edward Holbert of Waynesboro, Va., and Glenn E. Nicholas of the U. S. Army
Air Forces at Atlanta, Ga.; a sister, Mrs. Emma Sweet of Greenville, Va.;
a brother, Charles Bailey of Harrisonburgh, Va., and 10 grandchildren.
   She will be buried in Constantia Center after a prayer service Sunday
at 2 p.m. in Mrs. Raell’s home at Stanwix and a funeral service in the First
Methodist Church conducted by the pastor, Rev. Dr. Alvin C. Goddard.

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Tuesday December 11, 1945
Coady Rites Thursday
   Camden—William H. Coady, died Sunday at his home on the Hillsboro rd.,
He was born April 22, 1880 at Constantia Center, a son of John and Etta
Dawley Coady. On Sept 9, 1903 he was married to Jessie L. Beebe at Constantia
by the Rev. H. H. Beam.  The came to live in Camden in 1911 where he was an
employee of the S. H. Conant chair factory for many years.
   He leaves two sons, Eri Coady, U. S. Navy, and Robert Coady of McConnellsville; two daughters, Mrs. Walter Berry and Mrs. James Robinson both of Camden; nine grandchildren; one brother, Leon Coady of Williamstown, and two sisters, Mrs. Carleton Winn of Bernards Bay and Mrs. David Spooh of Panther Lake.  … Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery.

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Saturday January 5, 1946
NICHOLAS RITES TOMORROW
BERNARD’S BAY—Services for Mrs. Ellen Nichols, who died at Bernard’s Bay,
Thursday, will be held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Webb, at 2 p.m. Sunday,  … Burial will be in Constantia Center Cemetery.

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Tuesday January 29, 1946
Nelson Richards, 72, Died in Constantia
   Sylvan Beach—Nelson M. Richards, 72, of Constantia Center, 
north of Oneida Lake, died in his home Saturday. A retired railroad
man, he had lived in Richland and Watertown while employed by 
the New York Central. He married Mary A. Dutcher in Constantia
Center on Dec. 9, 1891.
   Surviving are his wife, a son Earl of Watertown; two daughters: Mrs.
Pearl Brother of Harrisville and Mrs. Clara Hall at home, and one
sister, Mrs. Mary Haskins of  Wyandotte, Mich. 
Funeral services will be in Watertown on Wednesday.

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Friday September 19, 1947
under Oneida Outlooks is this paragraph
After visiting his brother, Clayton Wood in Syracuse, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Wood and family have returned to Longdale Calif. They also 
visited his brother, D. Elton Wood in Verona,  his father, Grant
Wood in Constantia Center, and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Leigh, 638 Fitch st.
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Monday November 15, 1948
Wright (sic) Funeral Set Tomorrow
   Oswego—Funeral services for Charles Knight, R. D. 4, Oswego,
who died Saturday in Oswego Hospital after a long illness will be
conducted tomorrow … Burial will be in Constantia Center Cemetery.
   A native of West Monroe, Mr. Knight operated the Gilbert Hotel on
Oneida Lake for several years and was later employed at the Armstrong
Cork Company plant in Fulton.
   Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Charles E. Hoey (?sp), Seneca Hill, 
three sons, Joseph Knight, Bundyville, Louis C. Knight, Syracuse, and
Kenneth A. Knight, Detroit; also a brother George Knight, Verona, and
a sister Mrs. Cora Perkins, Ithaca.

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Thursday April 6, 1950
Harold Carr, Oneida, Dies at Work
   Oneida—Harold Carr, 52, Fitch st., died at his work bench at
the National Casket Company plant yesterday. …
   Mr. Carr was born in the town of Constantia, July 8, 1897,
son of Louis and Katie Winn Carr.   …
   Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Sylvia Carr, an aunt, Mrs. Ellen
Beatty, Minoa, and several cousins.  …
   Internment will be in the Constantia Center Cemetery.

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Thursday July 19, 1951
C. A. Wynn, Justice of Peace, Dies
   BERNHARD’S BAY—Clayton A. Wynn, funeral director and
justice of the peace here, died early this morning in Syracuse 
General Hospital following a long illness.
   …  Mr. Wynn is survived by his wife, Edith C. Wynn, a stepson,
Robert Livingston, and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in the home.
Burial will be in Constantia Center.

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Friday November 20, 1953
JOSEPH RICHWAY
Constantia Center
   Funeral Services for Joseph Richway were held 
from the Bitz funeral home, Cleveland, at 3 p.m. yesterday.
Burial was in Constantia Center Cemetery with full military
honors. Mr. Richway is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ruby Richway,
a daughter, Miss Elaine Richway; his mother, Mrs. Ezilva Richway;
seven brothers, William, James, Peter, Edward, Clifford, Frederick
and Richard Richway, and three sisters, Mrs. Albert Caruso, Mrs.
Harvey Kilpatrick and Miss Virginia Richway.
 


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