These items taken from obituaries are the same as written at the time, consequently all information is of that date. Items taken from the cemetery records may at times list people who have bought lots or erected monuments ahead of time, consequently they mat be buried elsewhere or still alive. L. L. Stillwell
Additional obituaries added by Gerri Raw. Lot numbers refer to As the Day Dawns Cemetery
EASTON, HARVEY D. 1871-1952) Born in Ward, June 2, 1871. Survived by widow, Mrs. Emma Easton of Hornell; 4 nieces, Mrs. Linus Grahm of Angelica, Mrs. John Demick of Belfast, Mrs. Frank Brown of Cuba and Mrs. Harold Waas of Greenwood, two nephews, Richard Easton of Ill., and Frank Easton of Buffalo. Lot 120. EASTWOOD, Mrs. EMMA Widow of Hugh Eastwood, Fink Hollow. Daughter of George and Susan Isaman Aylor. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Clarence Pitt of Fink Hollow. Granddaughter, Mrs. John Jones of Fillmore. Brother Norman Taylor of Fillmore. Lot 841. EASTWOOD, HUGH D. Lot 841. ELDREDGE, ALBERT B. Born in Angelica on Sept. 12, 1885; died on Apr. 15, 1933. Married Louise Wittle of Wellsville June 28, 1905. Survived by wife; two daughters, Miss Margaret Eldredge and Mrs. Maxine Voorhees; grandson, Albert Voorhees, all of Hornell; four sisters, Mrs. Pearl Weaver of Jersey Hill; Mrs. Caroline Mapes of Oswego, N.Y.; Mrs. Marion Keyes of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Winifred Rowe of Angelica. Was Constable in 1924, 25. ELDREDGE, CARRIE Lot 215. ELDREDGE, CORA Born in Grove Apr. 17, 1860, of Eliza Lowell and Richard Essex Carpenter; died Mar. 4, 1933. Married John Daniel Eldredge Dec. 20, 1879, who died in Dec. 1925. To this union were born three sons and six daughters, Herbert Eldredge who died in June 1912; Charles Eldredge and Edwin Eldredge; Carrie, who died in infancy; Miss Elizabeth Eldredge; Mrs. Clarence Weaver, Mrs. Florris Harding, Mrs. Ralph Jennings, Mrs. Leonard Palmer, all of Angelica; five sisters, Mrs. Cora Carpenter and Mrs. Alice Veley of Norton, Va.; Mrs. Ella Veley, Larryville, Pa.; Mrs. Hariett Currier of Andrews Settlement, and Mrs. Flora Walker, Angelica. Burial in Angelica. Lot 215. ELDREDGE, ELIZA JANE Born May 2, 1850 in Angelica; died May 31, 1912, in Angelica. Survivors include two brothers, John and William Eldredge of Angelica. Burial in Angelica. ELDREDGE, FRANCES Lot 194. ELDREDGE, HENRY W. Died 1889; married Caroline Schaenck of Birdsall, 1847. Constable, 1855-57, 65, 67; Collector, 1856; Pound Master, 1861; Sealer, 1862. ELDREDGE, HERBERT H. Born in Angelica 1884; died June 21, 1912, at the age of 28 years. Married Miss Irene Josephine Townsend on Jan. 22, 1908. Survivors: wife; two sons, Daniel and Clifford, Angelica; parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Eldredge; five sisters and two brothers. Burial in Angelica. ELDREDGE, JOHN DANIEL Born in Angelica, Feb. 21, 1852 of Henry and Caroline Schaenck Eldredge. Died Mar. 31, 1925. Married Cora Carpenter Dec. 24, 1879. Nine children: Caroline died in infancy; Herbert, died in early life; Mrs. Maude Palmer; Mrs. Clara Harding; Miss Elizabeth Eldredge; Charles Eldredge and Rev. Edward S. Eldredge of Angelica, and Mrs. Mabel Jennings of Bennetts and Mrs. Mary Weaver of Dalton. Constable, 1897. Lot 215. ELDREDGE, Mrs. LOUISE WITTLE Born in Wellsville Sept. 1882 of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wittle; died in April 1953. Married Albert Eldredge on June 28, 1905, who died on Apr. 15, 1933. Survived by two daughters, Miss Margaret Eldredge, Hornell and Maxine Voorhees of Rochester; brother Clarence Wittle of Andover; aunt, Mrs. Richard Feller of Wellsville. Lot 194. ELDREDGE, WILLIAM B. Born in Angelica April 1, 1857, all of his 64 years of life was spent in Angelica; died May 30, 1921. Early in life he learned the trade of painter and paper hanger and there is hardly a house or building in town that he has not at some time either painted or papered or furnished the same for. A few years a go he began selling paper and pains and his business grew so rapidly he rented the J.T. Brown Store on West Main Street and added a second hand furniture business. He was well known at auctions and over 40 years he was tax collector for the town. Survivors include one brother, John D. Eldredge; children, Mrs. Charles Weaver, Birdsall; Elbert B. Eldredge, Angelica; Mrs. A.W. Mapes, Owego; Mrs. E.R. Kent and Mrs. L.E. of Angelica. Was Game Constable in 1887-90; Constable, 1892, 92, 99-1906, 1912-21; Collector, 1914- 21. Burial in Angelica. Lot 194. EGGLESTON, CARIE Lot 163. EGGLESTON, FRANK Lot 163. EGGLESTON, J. HALLER Town Clerk, 1857 to 1892. Lot 163. ELLIOTT, JOHN Born in Lawrenceville, Pa., on June 14, 1852; died June 6, 1911, in Angelica. Married Miss Nellie Easten, Phillips Creek, on May 24, 1874. Survivors: wife; son, Leslie C. Elliott; daughters, Mrs. Perlie Graham and Mrs. Arlie Wardner of Angelica; brother, Perry Elliott of Bolivar; sisters, Mrs. Caroline Sawyer of Bolivar and Mrs. Juliette Baker of Corning. Was Constable in 1883-85, 87. Burial in Angelica. Lot 805. ELLIOTT, GERALD LESLIE Little son, Gerald Leslie Elliott, who was born on Christmas day but soon passed to its heavenly home, [published Angelica Advocate, Jan 4, 1912] Lot 805. ELLIOTT, GRACE L. Lot 41. ELLIOTT, LESLIE Lot 805. ELLIOTT, NELLIE A. Born at Lindon, N.Y., Dec. 16, 1854; died Feb. 7, 1921. Married John Elliott, May 24, 1874, who passed away June 6, 1911. Survivors: three brothers; three children, Mrs. Arlie Wardner, Mrs. Pearlie Graham, and Leslie Elliott; and six grandchildren. Burial in Angelica. Lot 805. ELLIOTT, POLLY A. Lot 41. ELLIOTT, TRUMAN Lot 41. ELLSESSOR, JOHN A. Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., Mar. 28, 1868; died Jan. 22, 1944. Moved to Angelica in 1932. Was city fireman in Pittsburgh for 22 years, 11 years captain. Survived by wife, Mrs. Emma Ellsessor; four daughters, Mrs. Stanley Spencer of Caneadea, Mrs. Marie Myers, Mrs. Florence Simpkiss, Mrs. Bertha Hill, all of Pittsburgh; one son, John Ellsessor of Angelica; three sisters, Miss Mary Ellsessor, Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan and Mrs. Loretta Alexander, all of Pittsburgh. Lot 28. ELLSWORTH, CARRIE Lot 196. ELLSWORTH, JOHN An old resident of Angelica, having lived here over half a century, died Apr. 10, 1887, age 78 years. Had lived with a daughter, Mrs. William Schaenck for a long time previous. Lot 124. ELLSWORTH, Mrs. J. W. Died at St. Mary's, Pa., May 17, 1947. Burial in Angelica. Lot 124. ELLSWORTH, WILLIAM Lot 124. ELMER, WILLIAM R. Born in Black Creek on Apr. 20, 1875; died on June 23, 1952. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Carl Butler of Franklinville, and Mrs. Mary Kleinbach of Wellsville; brother, Charles Elmer of Bolivar. Burial in Angelica. ENGLE, Mrs. ALICE KUHN Born 1875 in Sparta, of Mr. and Mrs. William Kuhn; died Jan. 18, 1953. A teacher and milliner. Twice married, first to William Thomas, who died in 1910; then to Burdette Engle in 1917. Survived by husband; step-son, Standish Thomas of Angelica. Buried in Angelica. Lot 815A. ENGLE, M. BURDETTE Born in West Almond, Feb. 2, 1871 of Manlius and Mary Jane McGibney Engle; died on Oct. 6. 1955. Married Miss Effie Hammond of Belmont. To this union were born two children, son and daughter were born, both died in infancy; Mrs. Engle died in 1914. Married Mrs. Alice Thomas on Dec. 22, 1915, who died in 1953. Survived by nephew, Frank Engle of Angelica; great-nephew, Richard Engle of Angelica; five nieces, Mrs. Florence Tucker of Bedford Hills; Miss Esther Engle, Mrs. Elizabeth Danforth, Mrs. Grace Rayburn, all of Bloomington, Ill., and Mrs. Ruth Fernbach of Bay Village, Ohio. Lot 815A. ENGLE, C. W. Lot 87. ENGLE, CAROLINE Lot 371. ENGLE, CHARLES M. Was son of John and Lydia Engle of Birdsall; died Sept. 20, 1941. Married Jennie Frances Bates on Aug. 28, 1906. Survived by widow and brothers, George and Frank of Angelica. Lot 855. ENGLE, CHESTER P. Born of Matthias L. and Deborah Engle in 1845, and died May 30, 1911 in Angelica at the age of 65 years. Survivor: sister, Mrs. S. P. Hart. Was Assessor, 1880; Excise Commissioner, 1881; Justice, 1883; Town Committeeman 1897. Burial in Angelica. ENGLE, DEBORAH H. Lot 371. ENGLE, EFFIE Lot 815A. ENGLE, ELIZABETH Wife of Joseph Engle. Lot 371. ENGLE, FLORENCE V. Lot 73. ENGLE, GEORGE F. Born in Angelica on Feb. 12, 1879 of John and Lydia Dye Engle; died Feb. 10, 1953. Was Chevrolet District Dealer. Survived by widow, Mrs. Myrtle Van Kuren Engle; brother, Frank Engle; uncle, Burdette Engle, both of Angelica; nephew, Richard Engle; sister-in-law, Mrs. Chas. Engle of Olean. Burial in Angelica. Lot 844A. ENGLE, HALBERT Lot 73. ENGLE, HELEN Lot 73. ENGLE, JOHN W. Lot 371. ENGLE, JEROME Lot 371. ENGLE, JOHN SAMUEL Born in West Almond on Feb. 22, 1856; died Nov. 18, 1931. Son of Manlius and Mary Engle, one of six children. Married on Oct. 11, 1876, to Miss Lydia Dey. To this union four sons, Samuel, who died in infancy, George, Charles and Frank, who survive. Wife also survives. Farmed, engaged in the livery business on the corner of Park Circle and White Street, and later owned mill, now conducted by Lewis Marvin. Was Constable in 1906, 06. Lot 855. ENGLE, JOSEPH W. (1769-1836) Came to West Almond township from Massachusetts in 1823. Died June 5, 1836 at the age of 77 years. Highway Commissioner, 1833; Constable, 1835. Burial in Angelica. Lot 200. ENGLE, JOSEPH (1759-1836) Came to West Almond from Massachusetts in 1823. Lot 371. ENGLE, LEWIS T. Lot 371. ENGLE, LYDIA DEY (1855-1933) Died July 19, 1933 at the age of 78 years. Daughter of Abigail and Austen Dey. Married on Oct. 11, 1876 to John Engle. To this union were born; Samuel, who died in infancy, George and Frank of Angelica, and Charles of Fillmore, who survive. Lot 855. ENGLE, MARY J. Lot 73. ENGLE, MATTHIAS L. Died on Feb. 22, 1889, at the age of 87 years. Married Miss D. Watts of Portage and had eight children, four boys and four girls, three only now surviving, M. L. of Lisbon, North Dakota; Chester, and Mrs. S.P. Hart of this place. Also surviving are two brothers, Bartly, living in Indianapolis, Ind., 80 years of age, and J.W. Engle, now living here and who is 82 years old. Second wife, Mrs. M. Clue, nee Margaret Allen. Highway Commissioner, 1851; Master, 1853, 66, 69; Election Inspector, 1865; Assessor, 1872. ENGLE, M. L. Born in Angelica; died in Lisbon, North Dakota, Mar. 15, 1919. Survivors: son, Floyd Chester Engle; brother, George Robinson of Friendship. Burial in Angelica. Lot 87. ENGLE, SAMUEL Lot 371. ENGLE, SARAH F. Lot 371. ENGLE, SAYTIE LIVINIA (1868-1942) Born in West Almond, Apr. 12, 1868; died Apr. 28, 1942. Daughter of Manlius Engle and Mary Jane McGibeny Engle. Survived by brother, Burdette Engle. Burial in Angelica. Lot 73. ENGLE, SUSAN Lot 200. ENGLE, T. MANLIUS Lot 73. ENGLE, WHITMAN Lot 371. ENGLE, WILLIAM C. Died June 9, 1888, of typhoid fever. Survived by wife and three small children. Lot 371. ENGLE, WILLIAM G. Lot 200. EPWORTH, EUGENIA E. Lot 862. EVANONSKY, BERTHA Lot 938. EVANS, CHARLES H. Charles H. Evans passed away at his late home in West Almond, June 30, 1917. Mr. Evans was born in the town of Angelica, November 12, 1856, making his age 60 years, 7 months and 18 days. When a small child he with his parents, Jesse and Harriet Evans, moved to West Almond where he spent the remainder of his life. On December 31, 1881, he was united in marriage with Miss Sarah Evans of Avoca, who with three brothers, Henry of West Almond, Daniel of Angelica, and Warren of New Mexico, are the only surviving members of his immediate family. Lot 158. EVANS, Mrs. CLARISSA BURBANK Mrs. Clarissa L. Evans, 81, died September 13, 1968. She was a former resident of Angelica. Born in Springfield, Pa., Dec. 6, 1886, she was a daughter of Leverett and Louise Barrett Burbank. Following the death of her husband, Harvey Evans, in 1962, Mrs. Evans had made her home with a son, Daniel Evans, of the Dansville address. Survivors include another son, Wilfred Evans of Gowanda; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothea Cross of Friendship, and Mrs. Lois Ferguson of Tucson, Ariz.; a brother, Edgar Burbank of the Town of West Almond; and 13 grandchildren. Burial in Until the Day Dawn Cemetery, Angelica. Lot 167. EVANS, CORNELIA SCHOLES Mrs. Cornelia Evans, wife of David C. Evans of West Main Street, died at her home about January 20th, 1952 following an illness of three months. Mrs. Evans was born in Angelica on July 3rd, 1877, and was the elder of two daughters making up the family of Thomas A. and Caroline Scholes. Married David C. Evans on February 20th, 1901. Survivors: son, Merle Evans of Houghton and one daughter, Donna, Mrs. Robert Moore, of Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Evans was a lifelong member of the Angelica Methodist Church. Other immediate survivors include her sister, Mrs. Charles Morton of Angelica; three grandchildren, Miss Sandra and Miss Geraldine Evans of Houghton and David Paul Moore of Nashville, and a number of nieces and nephews. Lot 795. EVANS, DANIEL SYLVESTER Daniel Evens was born in Springwater, N.Y., September 12, 1849, son of Jesse and Harriet Evans; died May 15, 1923. Mr. Evens' parents moved to West Almond in 1849 with their infant son. Mr. Evens spent his entire life in Allegany County, from his first year. Farmer. Married Emma Maria Wafler in 1872. Survivors: widow; children: David, Harry, Harvey, Viola, (deceased) Nora,and Clair Evans, all of whom live in the vicinity of Angelica. Lot 169. EVANS, DAVID CLARENCE Born at Angelica on March 19, 1875, the eldest son of Daniel and Emma Wafler Evans. During his early life he taught a few years in country school, after which he took a business course at Oberlin Business College, Oberlin, Ohio. In February, 1901, Mr. Evans was married to Miss Cornelia Scholes. Mr. Evans became a member of the Methodist Church when a boy and was always a regular attendant. He had held the offices of Official Board Member, Benevolent Treasurer and Superintendent of the Sunday School. On retirement in 1945, Mr. and Mrs. Evans moved to the Village of Angelica, where he remained until the death of his wife in January, 1952. Survivors: one son, Merle Evans of Redlands, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Donna Moore of Arlington, Calif.; two granddaughters, Sandra and Geraldine Evans; one grandson, David Moore; two brothers, Harvey Evans of North Collins and Clair Evans of Angelica, and one sister, Miss Nora Evans of Angelica. Interment was in Until the Day Dawn" Cemetery, Angelica. Lot 795. EVANS, EMMA MARIA WAFLER Born May 15, 1854, in this village of David and Mary Ann Rohr Wafler; died Mar. 3, 1932. On Dec. 16, 1873, she married Daniel S. Evans of West Almond. Six children were born from this union. Viola, the oldest daughter died in 1899 at the age of 16 years. She is survived by a daughter, Miss Nora Evans of New York City; four sons, Harvey Evans of Friendship, Harry of Belmont, David and Clair, both of Angelica Lot 169. EVANS, Mrs. GRACE HOOKER Grace H. Evans, 95, of 24 Park Circle, died August 2, 1994 in the Wellsville Manor Nursing Home after a brief illness. She was born September 24, 1898 in Angelica, the daughter of Sidney R. and Dora Otte Hooker. On November 19, 1919 in Olean, she was married to Clair M. Evans, who died February 11, 1981. She was a life-long resident of Angelica, a member of the Angelica United Methodist Church and a member and past patron of the Angelica Chapter #231 of the Order of the Eastern Star. She is survived by a son, Jack Evans of Angelica; a daughter, Mrs. Peter Gibbore, of Endicott; four grandchildren; five great- grandchildren; two brothers, Manton Hooker of Angelica and Roger Hooker of Allegany; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a grandson, Thomas Evans; two sisters, Pearl Bliss and Idah Britton and two brothers, Ernest and Kenneth Hooker. Lot 923. EVANS, HARRIET GRISWOLD Daughter of Samuel and Clarissa Pettingill Griswold; born in the town of West Almond, August 23, 1831, and died Sept. 18, 1910 in the 80th year of her age. She was married to Jesse Evans in 1848, and with him moved back to West Almond in 1850; husband died in 1879. During most of her later years of her life she made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Evans in West Almond. Survivors: children, Daniel, Charles, Warren, and Henry. Lot 158. EVANS, HARRY DANIEL Harry D. Evans died at his home August 3, 1956. Born October 3, 1877, in Angelica, he was the son of Daniel and Emma Wafler Evans. Mr. Evans was married to Miss Myrtle Kelly, who died in 1926. His second wife, Mrs. Myrtle Aylor Evans, survives. Other survivors include one step-daughter, Mrs. Keith Harris, Belmont; three step-grandchildren; one sister, Miss Nora Evans, Angelica; three brothers, David Evans, Rushford, Harvey Evans, North Collins, and Clair Evans, Angelica. Mr. Evans was a member of the Belmont Lodge, 474 F, and A.M., Belmont I.O.O.F., Belmont Conservation Club. Burial was in Angelica Cemetery. Lot 169. EVANS, HARVEY Harvey Evans died July 21, 1962. He was a native of Angelica, where he was born on October 11, 1881 to Daniel and Emma Wafler Evans. Mr. Evans had spent most of his life in Friendship, where he was a farmer. He was a member of the Assembly of God Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Clarissa Burbank Evans; two sons, the Rev. A. Daniel Evans, Richford, N.Y., and Wilfred Evans; two daughters, Mrs. Neil Cross, Friendship, and Mrs. Harry Ferguson, North Collins; a brother, Clair Evans, Angelica; a sister, Miss Nora Evans, Angelica; 12 grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Lot 167. EVANS, HENRY Henry W. Evans, life long resident of West Almond, died Thursday, May 12, 1955, in Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville, from injuries sustained in an auto accident May 1st. He was born in West Almond August 14, 1874 of Jesse and Harriet Evans. He taught school for about 35 years in this vicinity and for a number of years was a contractor, painter and decorator. Surviving are four nephews, Harry Evans, Harvey Evans, Clair Evans and David Evans. Burial was in Angelica cemetery. Lot 158. EVANS, JESSE WOOD (1823-1879) Born Feb. 17, 1823, of Luther and Polly Merriman Evans, at Livonia, N.Y. Married Harriet Griswold Nov. 11, 1848. At age, 41 years he enlisted at Hornellsville to serve in the Civil War; mustered in as private, Co. I, 189th N.Y. Infantry, October 3, 1864; mustered out with Company, May 30, 1865, near Washington, D.C. After the war he resumed his occupation as farmer in West Almond. Died May, 31, 1879. Children: Daniel, Mary, Charles, Warren, and Henry. Survivors: widow; four sons. Lot 158. EVANS, Mrs. MYRTLE ROBERTS Mrs. Myrtle L. Evans, Belmont, died June 26, 1960. She was born on June 23, 1896, at Belmont, the daughter of Elmer and Elma Snyder Roberts. She had served as village librarian for the past thirty years. The deceased was twice married, first to Forrest D. Aylor, and then to Harry D. Evans, both of whom preceded her in death. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Keith Harris of Belmont; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Brandes, and Mrs. Matt Tierney, both of Bradford, Pa., and three grandchildren. Burial was in Forest Hills Cemetery, Belmont. EVANS, Mrs MYRTLE KELLY Myrtle Kelly Evans was born in Pittsburgh, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kelly; died July 21,1926 as a result of a car accident. Married Harry D. Evans of Angelica June 17, 1906. In October 1916, a son was born to them, but lived only a few hours. A year ago Mr. and Mrs. Evans moved to Binghamton where Mr. Evans is foreman of the Griffin-Penham Building Co. It was here the accident occurred. Mrs. Evans is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. Chas. Pache of Buffalo, one sister, Mrs. Harry Windish, also of Buffalo, and her grandmother who lives in Peamsville, Canada. Lot 169. EVANS, MISS NORA Born in Angelica on Jan. 15, 1888, daughter of Daniel and Emma Wafler Evans; died Nov. 28, 1984. Miss Evans was a graduate of Wilsonian High School in Angelica, the Geneseo Normal School and Columbia University. She had taught in New York and New Jersey school systems, and had been employed for many years as a pharmacist and laboratory technician at Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. Miss Evans was a lifelong member of the first United Methodist Church of Angelica. Surviving are a sister-in-law, Grace C. Evans of Angelica, and several nieces and nephews. Burial will be in Until the Day Dawn Cemetery, Angelica. Lot 169. EVANS, Mrs. SARAH EVANS Born in Angelica July 3, 1861, daughter of Heman and Lucy Angeline Brewer Evans; died October 27, 1923 in West Almond. Married December 31, 1882 to Charles Evans of West Almond, where she has always made her home. She spent many years of her young life in caring for his aged mother and aunt and her mother. She joined the M.E. Church at Angelica in 1892 and has since been a consistent member. Survivors: Levi of Haskinville, Frank of Binghampton, Edward of Illinois, and Charles of South Dakota, also a nephew, Cecil Allard of Rochester. Burial in Angelica. Lot 158. EVANS, THOMAS C. Thomas C. Evans, son of Jack and Eileen Evans, died Nov. 12, 1984 at Buffalo General Hospital as the result of injuries received in a motorcycle accident Monday in Wellsville. He was a native and life resident of Wellsville and a graduate of Wellsville High School. He was active in the family roller skating business, having formerly served as Manager of the Funland Coliseum Skating Center in Ceres. He was employed at the Wellsville Daily Reporter as coordinator of the graphic arts department. Survivors: parents, paternal grandmother, Grace Evans of Angelica; maternal grandmother, Regis Corbin Ripley of Wellsville; two brothers, Joel and Daniel of Wellsville; and several nieces, nephews, aunts, and uncles. Burial in Angelica. Lot 923. EVANS, MYRON CLAIR Clair M. Evans, 86, of 24 Park Circle, died Feb. 10, 1981 in the Wellsville Nursing Home, following a lengthy illness. Born in Angelica on Jan. 11, 1895, he was a son of Daniel S. and Emma Wafler Evans. Married Miss Grace Hooker, Nov. 19, 1919, in Olean. Mr. Evans was a graduate of Alfred Agriculture and Technical College, class of 1915. He was a member of the Angelica United Methodist Church, where he had served on various commissions. He was also a former member and past Master of the Angelica Grange 1087; member of the Angelica Sunset Club; Angelica Booster Citizens; had served as Town Justice for 36 years and as Village Justice for 16 years. He had also served as treasurer of the Allegany County Agricultural Society for several years. He was a former member of the advisory board of the First Trust Union Bank of Angelica. Survivors: widow; daughter, Mrs. Peter (Margaret) Gibbore of Endicott, N.Y.; a son, Jack C. Evans of Wellsville; five grandchildren and a great-grandchild, a sister, Miss Nora Evans of Angelica; and several nieces and nephews. Lot 923. EVANS, VIOLA JANE Born November 24, 1883, to Daniel and Emma Wafler Evans; died Nov. 3, 1899. She was sixteen years and six days old. About two months ago she was taken slightly ill, but nothing serious was anticipated; but when a rapid decline set in, and a counsel of physicians was held, it was decided that quick consumption had wrought its work so well that there was no hope for recovery. She was confined to her bed but two weeks, and suffered very little, a fact which was a comfort to her loved ones. Miss Evans united with the M.E. church in 1896, and since has been a sweet spirited, devoted Christian. She was a member of Mrs. E.I. Weaver's Sunday School class. Beloved by all who knew her, in her sickness, she was surrounded by many friends who hoped in vain for her return to health. Lot 169. EVENS, LUTHER Born January 31, 1790, to Isaac and Sarah Baldwin Evans in Old Canaan, Litchfield Co, CT.; died July 28, 1876, Angelica. Married Polly Merriman November 11, 1812 in Genoa, Cayuga Co., NY. Served in the War of 1812, McMahan's Regiment, N.Y. Militia. Was a farmer. Remarried after his wife died in 1856, to Fannie Evans. Children: Lorenzo (died in infancy), Charles, Sylvester, Heman, Willis, Jesse, Calvin, Eleanor, Evander, and Harva (died in infancy). Survivors: Charles, Sylvester, Heman, Jesse, Calvin, and Mrs. David Lyon Jr. Lot 409. EVENS, POLLY MERRIMAN Polly M. Evens was born July 8, 1792 at Great Bend, Pa., daughter of Enoch and Abigail Bishop Merriman; died April 7, 1856 in Angelica. Married Luther Evens. Survivors: husband; children: Charles, Sylvester, Heman, Jesse, Eleanor, Calvin, and Evander. Burial in Angelica. Lot 409. EVENS, WILLIS MERRIMAN Born to Luther and Polly Evans April 20, 1821 at Livonia, NY; died by drowning June 24, 1845, as he was working on the Erie Canal. He was employed on the boat "Hero". The body was interred by the Coroner at Rochester; the remains were later brought to Until the Day Dawn Cemetery, Angelica. Survivors: parents; siblings, Charles, Sylvester, Heman, Jesse, Calvin, Eleanor, and Evander. Lot 409. EVERETT, MARY Born July 14, 1792; died Mar. 24, 1877. Wife of Horace Everett of Windsor, VT. Lot 562. FABIAN, ADOLPH Died 1904. Lot 197. FABIAN, ELLEN Died 1905. Lot 197. FAIRBANK, ADELINE W. Second wife of Calvin Fairbank. Lot 182B. FAIRBANK, CALVIN (1816-1898) Confined 17 years in Kentucky prisons for freeing 47 slaves. Lot 182B. FAIRFIELD, REV. B. W. Died July 9, 1943. Was former pastor of First Baptist Church, Angelica.. Survived by eight children: Mrs. Helen Linderman, Mrs. Marjorie Hull, Dale, Howard, and Kenneth Fairfield of Hinsdale; Mrs. Katherine Chauncey and Bruce Fairfield of Alden and Mrs. Evelyn Mott of Angelica. FAIRFIELD, LUCINDA Died in Maplehurst July 4, 1939. Husband, Rev. B. W. Fairfied, was former pastor of Angelica Baptist Church. Survived by husband, sister, Mrs. Edith temple of Olean; brother, Ransom Snyder of Knoxville, Pa. For children see Rev. B. W. Fairfield. FANNING, GEORGE E. Lot 392. FANNING, LUTHER Lot 392. FARINA Lot 597. FARINA Lot 597. FARNHAM, GERTRUDE M. Lot 15. FARNHAM, NORMAN N. Died Feb. 15, 1937 Lot 15. FARNSWORTH, ELVINA Lot 101. FARNUM Lot 1020. FARNUM, CALVIN Died at home of daughter, Mrs. Murril of Canaseraga, Feb. 7, 1921. Burial in Angelica. Lot 27. FARNUM, DELILAH Lot 26. FARNUM, GEORGE L (1854-1925) Born in West Almond on Nov. 11, 1854 of Luther and Mary Bennett Farnum; died Nov. 20, 1925. Married Frances A. French. Three children born to them, Mrs. Fred Davie, who died Jan. 2, 1909; Mrs. Fred Lincoln, and George Luther Farnum, who died in infancy. Lot 27. FARNUM, Mrs. GEORGE Died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. C. Carter in Olean, on Nov. 15th after an illness of 7 weeks following a shock. Survived by her husband, five daughters, two sons, two brothers and one sister. FARNUM, Mrs. FRANCES FRENCH Born in Hornell June 10, 1897, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George and Eliza Bacon French. Entire life spent in Birdsall and Angelica. Died June 30, 1914, at Angelica. Married George Farnum on June 10, 1879. Survived by husband; daughter, Mrs. Fred Lincoln; also father and mother, and sister, Mrs. Bertha Lyon, Cuba. Burial in Angelica. FARNUM, GORDON W. (1889-1954) Born in Angelica to Calvin and Jane Willis Farnum. Survived by widow and 7 children. Died June 8, 1928. Lot 137. FARNUM, GRACE Lot 27. FARNUM, GRACE M. Born in Almond, Feb. 8, 1889; died May 30, 1954. Survived by one daughter, Mrs. Roy Allen of Hornell; six sons, Allen of Friendship; Lionel of Dansville; Malcom of Hornell; Bernard of Jamestown; Luther and Merrick of Angelica; two brothers, William Beckwith of Corning and James Allen of Friendship. Burial in Angelica. Lot 137. FARNUM, LIONEL Lot 1019. FARNUM, LIONEL Lot 1019. FARNUM, C. LUTHER Lot 27. FARNUM, MARY M. Lot 27 FARR, ALMAN Lot 620. FARR, ELIZABETH Lot 620. FARR, ELIZA Lot 620. FARR, ORMAN Lot 620. FARWELL, FRANK A. Born in Ward, May 10, 1865; died in Belmont on Apr. 10, 1939. Son of James and Arilli Patridge Farwell. Married in 1884 to Delia McManus, who died Jan. 5, 1925. Married in 1926 to Amelia Riley. Survived by wife and two sons, Henry Farwell of Scio and Floyd Farwell of Andover; brother, Roy Farwell of Belmont; sister, Mrs. D. C. Dean of Belmont. Uncle Harry Farwell and Miss Nina Farwell of Angelica. Burial in Angelica. FELDBAUER, Mrs. VIOLA GRAHAM Died with infant daughter on Dec. 25,1932. Survived by husband, Harry Feldbauer; children, Jerome, Francis, Robert, Harry and James; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Graham; brothers, Ransom and Charles Graham. FISH, ANGELINE Lot 584. FISH, ANNA B. Lot 135. FISH, CHARLES M. Lot 135. FISH, CLIFFORD H. Lot 135. FISH, DOTY Lot 584. FISH, FRANK (1879-1946) Died in Aug. 1946, at the age of 67 years; son of the late Mr. and Mrs. May Fish. Burial in Angelica. Lot 135. FISH, GRACE A. Lot 135. FISH, HARRIET L. BURR Born in Allen Jan. 13, 1863, of the late Cyrus and Mary Burr; died Feb. 25, 1942. Taught school for 28 years. Married Jason M. Fish of Angelica on Aug. 21, 1907. Survived by sister, Ida M. Bennett of Perry. Burial in Angelica. Lot 209. FISH, JASON (1859-1939) Born in Angelica of Prescott and Angelica Way Fish; died June 10, 1939. Painter and carriage maker, ran the Fish Carriage Shop, now the Hyland Wagon Shop. Married to Lena Burr, who survives him. Burial in Angelica Lot 209. FISK, FLORENCE H. Born in Angelica Nov. 9, 1884; died on Nov. 15, 1933. Survived by sister, Mrs. Simpson T. Jennings, and brother, Wilbur Fisk of Allen, and sister, Ada I. Fisk of Rochester, Burial in Angelica. Lot 29. FISK, ISRAEL LORING Born in Homer, Mar. 9, 1836; died Jan. 12, 1917. Married on Oct. 18, 1866 to Lucy Ann Hooker, who died in May 1835. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Jennings; Miss Ada Fisk of Rochester, and Miss Florence Fisk, Angelica; son, Wilbur L. of Allen. Burial in Angelica. FISK, LUCY ANN HOOKER Born Jan. 28, 1944 of Harry and Sally Hooker; died May 1917 in Angelica. Married I. Loring Fisk of Allen on Oct. 18, 1866. Survivors: husband; son, Wilbur of Allen; daughters, Mrs. Charlotte Jennings of Allen; Miss Ada Fisk of Rochester, and Miss Florence Fisk, Angelica. Burial in Angelica. Lot 29. FITCH, Mrs. MELIDA VANDERPOOL Died in Utica Feb. 18, 1920; born in Paris Hill, May 3, 1856, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Vanderpool. Most of her life was spent in Angelica; married Sherwood Fitch June 27, 1887, at North Brookfield. Survivors: husband; aunt, Mrs. Ellen Evans, and several cousins in Utica. Mrs. Fitch's father was a Mexican War veteran under Taylor and Scott, and a Union veteran under Lincoln and Grant. Lot 677B. FITZSIMMONS, LEMUEL Lot 24. FITZSIMMONS, LEMUEL JR. Lot 24. FLANDERS, CLAYTON A. Born in Harrison Valley, Pa., on Oct. 10, 1898, of Charles and Cora Smith Flanders; died on Jan. 1, 1955. Owned and operated garage on Main Street 30 years. Was Constable, 1926-33. Survived by widow, Mary Travis Flanders; mother; two daughters, Mrs. Helen Fisk and Mrs. Stewart Burr, of Angelica; brother, Leon of Elmira; three sisters, Mrs. Nettie White, Mrs. Clara Sell and Mrs. Jennie McMillan, all of Elmira. Lot 97. FLENAGEN, CHARLES N. Born on Sept. 30, 1839. Married Elizabeth Abbott. District Attorney, 1874, 1877; Supervisor, 1880, 81; Assemblyman, 1869, 70. Burial in Angelica. Lot 336. FLENAGEN, ELIZABETH Lot 336. FLETCHER, Mrs. EMMA PARKER Born in Angelica, Dec. 28, 1859; died Nov. 8, 1949. Daughter of William and Susan Barber Parker. Widow of Herbert M. Fletcher. Survivors: two children, Herbert A. and William I. Fletcher. Lot 336 FLETCHER, JENNIE S. Lot 2 FLETCHER, JESSE Born in 1868; died Mar 1949 in hemlock. Survived by daughter Mrs. Jennie L. Humphrey of Hemlock. Brother of the late Mrs. Cora Eldredge and Mrs. Flora Walker. Lot 12. FINCH, JAMES N. Lot 163. FOSHA, JAMES A. Lot 521. FOX, Mrs. ANN Died, of paralysis, Mrs. Ann Fox, aged 73 years. [From The Belmont Dispatch, June 30, 1891. FOX, Mrs. EVA JEANETTE LOVELL Born in Allen on May 8, 1870, of Calvin and Sarah Drummond Lovell; died Jan. 7, 1944. Survived by husband, Irving Fox and son Clifford of Allen. Burial in Angelica. Lot 311. FRANKLIN, BETSY E. Wife of John Franklin, Son Gurden J. killed in Battle of Resaca Georgia, on May 17, 1864. Lot 174. FRANKLIN, CHARLES A. Lot 735. FRANKLIN, GURDIN J. (1836-1864) Son of John and Betsy E. Franklin. Killed in Battle of Resaca Georgia, on May 17, 1864. Lot 174. FRANKLIN, JOHN (1793-1876) Husband of Betsy E. Son Gurden J. killed in Battle of Resaca Georgia, on May 17, 1864. FRANKLIN, Mrs. NANCY Born in Allen, April 21, 1836; died Jan. 27, 1916. Married William Franklin, who died 21 years ago. Survivors: son of Florida; daughter, Mrs. J. C. Averil; sister, Mrs. William Wakefield, Burial in Angelica. FRANKLIN, SARAH A. WALKER Lot 735. FRANKLIN, WILLIAM Born in 1825. Married Sarah A. Walker. Assessor in 1870, 75; Justice, 1879, 84, 88, 90. Lot 735. FREEBORN, LYDIA A. H. Lot 136. FREEBORN, JOHN A Freeholder in 1808, 09. FRENCH, FRANCES (1798-1851) Daughter of Isaac and Rhoda Rawson. Lot 416. FROST, Mrs. FRANCES d'AUTREMONT Born in 1849, oldest daughter of Alexander and Diana Howard d'Autremont. Married Sheldon Frost. Died 1928. Burial in Angelica. Surviving, sister, Mrs. Adeline White. Lot 699. FROST, SHELDON Born in 1846; died 1929. Burial in Angelica. Married Frances d'Autremont. Lot 699. FULLER, SAMUEL H. A Freeholder, 1808, 09, 11; Assessor, 1805; Election Inspector, 1805, 06, 07; Supervisor, 1806. Lot 153. GARDINER, C. C. Justice, 1861. GARDINER, DANIEL D. Born in 1824. Married in 1849 to Julia Porter. Died at his home in this place Sunday, February 26, 1893, at 1:30 p.m.. Mr. Gardiner was a respected citizen and much loved by all who knew him. He has served the county as Treasurer for 39 successive years. His son Harry, of Buffalo, was here at the time of his death. Lot 86. [From The Belmont Weekly Dispatch, Wednesday, March 1, 1893. GARDINER, EUNICE Infant daughter of Lyman and Mary Gardiner. Lot 365. GARDINER, HARRY Lot 86. GARDINER, LEWIS Lot 684. GARDINER, LIZZIE B. Lot 558. GARDINER, MARY (1802-1844) Wife of Lyman Gardiner. Lot 365. GARDINER, LYMAN (1798-1846) Overseer of Poor, 1838; Highway Commissioner, 1839; School Commissioner, 1840, 41. Lot 365. GARDINER, SABINA M. L. Lot 550. GENTHER, CHARLES Died in Montreal, Canada, June 25, 1931. Survived by wife, Mrs. Frances Genther; son, Joseph; daughters, Jane, Mary Ellen and Virginia. Burial in Angelica. Lot 817. GENTHER, Mrs. FRANCES HAIGHT Daughter of William and Ellen Ann Sullivan Haight. Died June 16, 1950. To this union four children: Joseph, Jane (Mrs. Charles Derx), Virginia, all of Angelica, and Mary Ellen of Elmira. Survived by above sister, Mrs. Joseph Seidel; brother, William Haight of Elmira. GENTHER, FRANCIS M. Lot 897. GERMER, REV. BURDETTE R. Died on Sept 7, 1919. Former pastor of the First Methodist Church, Angelica. Lot 820B. GERMER, Mrs. NELLA MAE BUZZELL Born in Birdsall, Oct. 28, 1873; died Oct. 26, 1951. Daughter of Sidney and Matilda Walker Buzzell. Married Rev. Burdette R. Germer, who died Sept. 7, 1919. Mother of three children: Doris, Mrs. Fred Stank of Kingston and Marion, Mrs. Charles Carter of Cazenovia; Laura, Mrs. Burrell House of Richfield Springs. Burial in Angelica. Lot 820B GIBSON, ELLEN E. MURPHY Died on Sept. 14, 1951. Wife of DeForest Gibson; one time proprietors of the American Hotel, Angelica. Survived by husband; three children: Miss Madelaine Gibson and Mrs. Stanley Walla and John C. Gibson; brother, John P. Murphy. GIBSON, EDITH PEARL DOWD Born on Apr. 20, 1885 of George P. and Mary Dowd; died on Apr. 4, 1931. Married on May 22, 1905, to Floyd W. Gibson. She was chief operator of the Angelica telephone office. Survived by husband; sisters, May Benjamin, Myra Seiver, and Lucy Webster; her mother, and brother, Lloyd Dowd Sr. Burial in Angelica. Lot 839A. GIBSON, ELIZABETH CORNELL Born in Fremont, NY, March 10, 1837;; died on May 12, 1921 in Wellsville General hospital. Married Charles Lawrence who died in 1861. In 1881, she married John Gibson, who died 15 years ago. Survived by son, Augustus. Burial in Angelica. GIBSON, Mrs. ETTA PALMER Born in West Almond of Henry and Celinda Royce Palmer; died at the age of 80 years on Apr. 26, 1939. Married John Gibson who died in 1928. Survived by two sons, Floyd W. Gibson of Angelica, and D. F. Gibson of Buffalo. Lot 782. GIBSON, FLLOYD Born in Angelica on Sept. 1, 1883 of John and Etta Palmer Gibson; died March 20, 1951. Served as Angelica mayor when electricity first was brought to Angelica. Survived by widow; daughter, Mrs. Betty Zeltwanger of Canisteo and brother, DeForest Gibson of Buffalo. Constable, 1928-33. Burial in Angelica. GIBSON, JOHN Born in 1769;; died May 12, 1856. Came to Angelica in 1801. Conducted Church store. Married Mary VanWickle. County and town official. Fought in War of 1812. A Freeholder in 1808, 09, 11, 12;; Licensee, 1809, 13,; Assessor, 1813; Election Inspector, 1813; Highway Commissioner, 1825; Overseer of Poor, 1834- 37. Lot 404. GIBSON, JOHN Constable, 1869; Assessor, 1885; Town Committeeman, 1908-11. Lot 782. GIBSON, Mrs. MABEL FRANKLIN Born April 17, 1879, the daughter of William and Sarah Ann Franklin and was a lifelong resident of Angelica. Survivors: Charles Gibson, two daughters, Mrs. Morris Beal of Sodus, and Mrs. Orton Hufstader of Philadelphia; six grandchildren; two nieces, Miss Winifred Franklin and Miss Ethel Franklin of Hornell. Burial in Angelica. GIBSON, MARY E. Lot 782. GIBSON, Mrs. MARY E. VAN WICKLE Mary E. Gibson, born 1832, died in this village, May 19, 1878. Mrs. Gibson was the wife of John Gibson, aged 46 years. Mrs. Gibson had been a sufferer for several years, with disease of the heart, which baffled the skill of the most experienced physicians. She was greatly respected by all who knew her. She was a kind wife and mother, and leaves a husband, two sons and a daughter to mourn her loss. Lot 404. GIBSON, SUSAN. Lot 404. GIBSON, WILLIAM S. Born in Angelica in 1861 of John W. and Mary Gibson; died Nov. 6, 1933. Married twice, both wives dead, no children. Survived by two nephews, Floyd Gibson, and D. F. Gibson. Was Election Inspector in 1889-97; Town Committeeman, 1895, 97. Lot 404. GILLESPIE, EDWIN Lot 146B. GILLESPIE, SARAH F. Lot 146B. GILLIES, ANNA Lot 99. GILLIES, ALEXANDER Born of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gillis of Birdsall; died at the age of 50 years on Oct. 2, 1910. Born in Ireland and never married. Lot 189. GILLIES, ARCHIBALD. H. Lot 189. GILLIES, ARCHIBALD Born in Ireland in May 1830; died inn in Angelica on Jan. 23, 1922. Married Jane Scholes in 1856. Survivors: children, Mrs. Wilson Stiles, Mrs. James Gillies and Mrs. James Westcott, all of Mt. Morris; Mrs. Fred Selover and Mrs. Walter Sheffield, Birdsall; Thomas Gillies and Mrs. Walther Young of Angelica, and Sylvester Gillies of Galeton, Lot 178B. GILLIES, ELIZA JANE Lot 189. GILLIES, Mrs. FANNIE MALCOLM Born in Ireland; died Feb. 12, 1943. Daughter of Richard and Ann Hamilton Malcolm. Survived by son, Chester Gillies of Rochester, daughter, Mrs. Stanley Beh of Webster; sister, Mrs. D. H. Young of Angelica; brother, James Malcolm of Witchita, Kansas. Burial in Angelica. Lot 877. GILLIES, HELEN KISSOCK Wife of Joseph Gillies. Lot 99. GILLIES, MISS JANE Born of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gillies of Angelica; died at Sisterville, West Virginia, January 1916. Survivors: sisters, Mrs. A. C. Jackson, Sisterville, West Virginia; Mrs. E. V. Sibley, Cuba; and Mrs. S. G. Horner, Angelica. Burial in Angelica. Lot 99. GILLIES, Mrs. JANE SCHOLES Lot 178B. GILLIES JOHN Constable, 1872. Lot 99. GILLIES, JOSPEH Born in Scotland in 1825. Married Helen Kissock in 1846. Special agent of the Provost Marshal's Office of the 27th Congressional District of New York, 1836; Revenue Assessor for the Eastern District of Allegany County, 1865; Sheriff of Allegany County, 1870. Buried in Angelica. Lot 99. GILLIES, MARION Lot 99. GILLIES, THOMAS S. Lifelong resident of Angelica; died Jan. 14, 1946. Survived by son, Vernon S. Gillies Of Detroit, Mich. School Director, 1916-25; Assessor, 1922-45. Lot 876A. GILLIES, Mrs. T. SELOVER Born in Birdsall, Mar. 20, 1863, of the late Byron C. and Ellen Selover; died on July 27, 1941. Married Thomas S. Gillies. Survived by husband; son, Vernon Gillies of Detroit, Mich; brothers, Fred Selover of Birdsall, and William Selover of Fillmore. Burial in Angelica. Lot 876A. GILLIES, THOMAS Lot 189. GILLIES, THOMAS W. Died at the age of 74 years. Survived by widow; two children, Chester and Gladys of Rochester; brother and sisters, Mrs. M. E. Tedford, and Samuel Gillies of Rochester, and Miss Sadie Gillies of Angelica. Burial in Angelica. Lot 877. GOODSPEED, LUKE Freeholder 1808, 09, 11; Assessor, 1805; Election Inspector, 1805, 06, 07; Supervisor, 1806. GOODSPEED, NATHANIEL A Freeholder, 1808; Highway Overseer, 1807. GOODELL, WARREN Lot 225. GOULD, FRANCIS C. Lot 510. GRAHAM, ALBERT W. Born in Angelica on July 7, 1871, of John and Mary Graham; died on Nov. 17, 1839. Married in 1893 to Miss Edna Phippen of Angelica. Employee of P.S.& N. Railroad. Survived by sons, Leo Graham of Belmont; Clark Graham of Detroit, Mich.; sisters, Mrs. William Bryant of Erie, Pa., and Mrs. Charles Wheeler of Olean. Lot 154A. GRAHAM, ANDREW J. Lot 108. GRAHAM,Mrs.CAROLINE GLEASON Wife of George Graham; children: Durwood and Willis Graham. Lot 83. GRAHAM, CHARLES Born in Angelica in 1841; died in Angelica on Nov. 15, 1922. Married Mary McCarthy. Made home with daughter, Mrs. Elmer Travis for many years. He was a building contractor and many of the buildings of Angelica are his workmanship. Buried in Angelica. Lot 96. GRAHAM, CHARLES Born in Angelica 1871, and died at the age of 50 years September 10, 1921. He always lived in Angelica. Survivors: mother, Mrs. George Graham; brothers, Lewis and Linus of Angelica; sisters, Mrs. Ross Phippen and Mrs. F. Graves, of Angelica. Was Highway Commissioner in 1887, 88. Burial in Angelica. Lot 83. GRAHAM, CLARENCE Lot 96. GRAHAM, CLARENCE E. Born in Angelica of E. A. and Isabelle Crawford Graham, June 3, 1883; died on Dec. 31, 1937. Survived by wife, Mabel Reitz Graham; father, E. A. Graham of Mahaffey, Pa.; daughter, Mrs. Elva Graham Reed of Friendship; and son, Hubert M. Graham of Angelica. Lot 31. GRAHAM, DORTHEA J. Lot 154A. GRAHAM, ELLEN O. Lot 83. GRAHAM, Mrs. ELMER Born Lulu A. Graham in the town of Allen of Oren and Ella Willard Graham on Apr. 24, 1877; died on June 22, 1936. Married Elmer Graham on Sept. 9, 1899. Survivors: husband; sons, Ransom and Charles Graham. Lot 316A. GRAHAM, FRANKIE Lot 19. GRAHAM, GRACE Lot 69. GRAHAM, GEORGE A Freeholder, 1811, 1812; Highway Overseer, 1813. Lot 83. GRAHAM, HANNAH Wife of John Graham. Lot 399. GRAHAM, HANNAH Lot 649. GRAHAM, JAMES (1833-1850) Son of John and Hannah Graham. Lot 399. GRAHAM, JAMES T. (1855-1925) Born on the Belvidere Road of Thomas and Rachel Hawley Graham; died at the age of 61 years on Dec. 1, 1925, while employed at the Belvidere Farms. He was one of ten children, five brothers and sisters still living, Seymour Graham of Belmont; Mrs. Belle Lyon of Angelica, Mrs. Hannah Lewis of Port Arthur, Tex.; W. D. Graham of Angelica and Everett Graham of Mahaffey, Pa. Burial in Angelica. Lot 19. GRAHAM, JOHN (1790-1869) Married Hannah. Lot 399. GRAHAM, JOHN F. (1842-1911) Born in Angelica; died at the age of 68 years in Bradford, on Apr. 5, 1911.Wife died six years previously. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Clara Bryant, Belmont; Mrs. Mabel Wheeler of Olean; sons, Howell, and Albert W. of Angelica. Lot 69. GRAHAM, LEWIS Born of Caroline and George Graham in 1879; died on Jan. 25, 1936. Survived by two sisters, Mrs. Ross Phippen and Mrs. Flores Graves, and brother, Linus Graham. Lot 83 GRAHAM, LEWIS Born in 1839; married Helen O'Brien. GRAHAM, LINUS F. Born in Angelica on Nov. 20, 1871, of George and Caroline Gleason Graham; died on Feb. 19, 1853. Was a farmer. Survived by two sons, Durwood Graham of Buffalo, and Willis Graham of Eldred, Pa., one sister, Mrs. Flores Graves of Angelica. Burial in Angelica. Lot 669. GRAHAM, LINUS P. Lot 669. GRAHAM, LIZZIE J. Lot 96. GRAHAM, MABEL L. Lot 31. GRAHAM, Mrs. MABEL REITZ Born at Mahaffey, Pa., Jan. 14, 1884; died on June 18, 1944. Married Clarence E. Graham on Sept. 16, 1906. Survived by two children, Elva Graham Reed of Cuba and Hubert M. Graham of Kennedy; sister, Mrs. J. Thomas Kauffman of Mahaffey, and brother Ralph W. Reitz of Franklin, Pa. Burial in Angelica. Lot 31. GRAHAM, Mrs. MARION DAVIDSON (1908-1934) Born of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Davidson; died on Nov. 4, 1934. Survived by husband, Alva Graham; daughter, Juanita May; parents, and aunt, Mrs. Ernest Brague. GRAHAM, MARGARET E. Lot 278. GRAHAM, MARY B. Lot 278. GRAHAM, MARY F. Lot 96. GRAHAM, MARY J. Lot 69. GRAHAM, MARY M. Lot 96. GRAHAM, MILTON Lot 836. GRAHAM, NELLIE I. Lot 669. GRAHAM, RANSOM C. Lot 96. GRAHAM, SEYMOUR. Died in Belmont on Jan. 15, 1933. Brother of Walt Graham and father of Linus Graham. GRAHAM, Mrs. THOMAS Rachel Catherine Hawley Graham was born in Hopewell, NY, Sept. 1826; died in Angelica Apr. 8, 1911. Married Thomas Graham in 1842. Mother of 14 children, with five sons and two daughters living; among whom include William and James T. Graham of Angelica. Burial in Angelica. Lot 19. GRAHAM, THOMAS Born in England in 1818. Married Rachel Hawley in 1842. Lot 19. GRAHAM, THOMAS A. Born in Angelica on Oct. 10, 1882, of Walter and Mary Bates Graham; died Dec. 10, 1944. Was a boilermaker, calker and chipper in shipyards, built tanks for oil companies; employed by Bethlehem Steel Co. of Brooklyn. Burial in Angelica. Lot 278. GRAHAM, WALTER D. Lot 278. GRAHAM, WALTER DIXON (1857-1941) Born in 1857 at the Graham homestead on the Belvidere Road; died Sept. 17, 1941. Married Mary Bates 62 years previously. Last descendant of Thomas and Rachel Hawley Graham. Employee of P.S.& N. Railroad. Survived by widow; two daughters, Mrs. George Sheffield of Angelica and Miss Ruth Dixon of Brooklyn and one son, Alexander Graham. GRAHAM, WILLIAM (1818-1855) Son of John and Hannah Graham. Lot 399. GRASTORF, ADAH Lot 641. GRASTORF, CORA A. DIED OCT. 8, 1902. GRASTORF, HENRY D. Born on Dutch Hill, Wellsville, on Mar. 31, 1868, of William Henry and Dora Grastorf, one of six children; died on Dec. 17, 1943. Married Cora McGibney in 1900, who died in 1901. Married Ethel Laura Gay on Jan. 1, 1910, who died on May 12, 1932. He was a carpenter by trade. GRASTORF, Mrs HENRY (1878-1932) Born on Jan. 1, 1878, in Salisbury, Mich., of Charles and Eliva Gay; died on May 12, 1932. Married on Jan. 1, 1910 to Henry D. Grastorf. To this union were born four sons: William, Harold, Clair, and Clifford. She was a dressmaker and tailoress. Survived by husband and four sons; mother, of Rochester; sisters, Theresa and Marie Gay, and Mrs. Joseph Schutte of Rochester; brothers, Frank Gay of Rochester and Albert Gay of Los Angeles, Calif. Lot 858. GRAVES, FLORES SOBISKI Born at Shongo on Feb. 20, 1877 of Orlas Adelbert and Frances Loomis Graves; died on July 17, 1940. Survived by wife, Nettie Diana Graves; daughters, Mrs. Charles Common of Angelica and Florence Graves of Angelica; an adopted daughter, Mrs. Vern Craft of Rochester, and brother, Harry Graves of Friendship. Was assessor in 1932-40. Burial in Angelica. Lot 649. GREEN, ABIGAIL (1811-1848) Lot 347. GREEN, ANER (1799-1853) Wife of Benjamin T. Green. Lot 714. GREEN, ALICE Lot 891. GREEN, ALBERT L. Born in Angelica on Dec. 20, 1872, of Benjamin and Caroline Davis Green; died June 7, 1952. Married to Nellie Lyon of Angelica on Feb. 19, 1892. Survived by widow, three daughters, Mrs. S. H. Vincent, Mrs. H. W. Anderson, and Mrs. Cornwall, all of Olean; sister, Miss Nora Green of Angelica. Burial in Angelica. Lot 842. GREEN, AMELIA JANE GREGORY (1844-1913) Born in Howard, and died at the age of 79 years, in Angelica, Aug. 25, 1913. Married Joel R. Green of Albany, 60 years previously. Survivors: children, Mrs. Elizabeth Sloat, Oyster Bay; Henry T. and Joel Green of Angelica. Lot 33A. GREEN, BENJAMIN T. Born in 1793; died on Sept. 8, 1877. Lot 714. GREEEN, CAROLINE M. Lot 719. GREEN, CLARE Lot 91. GREEN, CLIFFORD Lot 84. GREEN, EDNA MAY Lot 719. GREEN, ELIZABETH S. Lot 20. GREEN, ESTELLA M. Lot 108. GREEN, ESTHER Lot 20. GREEN, GEORGE MILTON Born in Hume on Sept. 2, 1872, of the late Henry and Jane Perry Green; died on Mar. 7, 1944. Survived by wife, Angie; daughter, Mrs. Ida Johnson of Hornell; sons, Leonard and Merton of Hornell; and brother, Harley Green of Perry. Burial in Angelica. Lot 891. GREEN, Mrs. HELEN M. SMITH Lot 722. GREEN, HENRY P. Born in 1838. Married Sarah Dunning. Highway Commissioner, 1892-95; Assessor, 1899, 1900-02, 1906-09; Election Inspector, 1905-06. Lot 46. GREEN HENRY T. Died at his home on East Main St., on Dec. 12, 1919. In early childhood he came to Allegany County with his parents, Joel R. and Amelia J. Green and has been a resident of this county. On Nov. 11, 1874, he was united in marriage to Henrietta Hammond. To this union 7 children were born. Survivors: Mrs. Herman Roberts of Buffalo; Miss Lulu Green, Mr. James Green and Mrs. E. Mathewson of Angelica; Mrs. Harry White of Allen, and Mrs. Frank Smith of Wellsville. Clair, a little son, died at the age of ten months. Lot 91. GREEN, Mrs HENRIETTA HAMMOND Henrietta Hammond was born in the town of Angelica, Apr. 23, 1857. Her father died in a southern military prison in the Civil War. Her home thereafter was with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hammond, until her marriage on Nov. 11, 1874, to Henry T. Green. To them 7 children were born. Survivors: Mrs. Herman Roberts of Buffalo; Miss Lulu Green, Mr. James Green and Mrs. E. Mathewson of Angelica; Mrs. Harry White of Allen, and Mrs. Frank Smith of Wellsville. Clair, a little son, died at the age of ten months. Lot 91. GREEN, JAMES A. Town Clerk, 1849; Justice, 1850, 54, 58; Election Inspector, 1851; Cemetery Trustee, 1889-1890; Assessor, 1892, 94-96. GREEN, JAMES A. (1846-1911) Born at Friendship in 1846; died in Angelica on Oct. 14, 1911. Married Elizabeth S. Green, Mar. 4, 1873. Survived by wife. GREEN, JAMES G. Born in 1823. Married in 1860 to Helen Smith. Judge of Allegany County, 1871. GREEN, JAMES R. Born in West Almond on July 15, 1882, the son of Henry and Henrietta Hammond Green, and had lived many years in Angelica. Died 1960, aged 78. His wife, the former Martha Bingham, died last year. Past Master of the Masonic Lodge and was a member of Angelica Methodist Church. Survivors: son, Alvin of Williamsville, sisters, Mrs. Frank Smith of Wellsville, Mrs. Jennie Charles of Angelica; Mrs. Harry White of Brandon, Fla., and Miss Lulu Green of Wellsville; several nieces and nephews. Burial in Angelica. GREEN, JUDGE JAMES S. (1823-1882) Died September 21, 1882, aged 59 years, 9 months and 16 days. Born Jerusalem Yates County, December 3, 1823. At an early age he removed with his parents to Naples, Ontario County, from which place he came to Angelica on the 8th of August, 1846, where he resided these last 36 years of his life. Admitted to the bar in 1852. On Jan. 10, 1860 married Miss Helen M. Smith, of Canisteo, who with an only daughter, survive him. Judge and Surrogate of Allegany County. Lot 722. GREEN, JOEL R. Born in 1824. Married Amelia Jane Gregory. Survivors: children, Mrs. Elizabeth Sloat, Oyster Bay; Henry T. and Joel R. Green of Angelica. Lot 33A. GREEN, JOEL R. (1856-1916) Born in West Almond on Oct. 27, 1856; died in Perry on Aug. 10, 1916. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Alton Scholes of Perry; sons, Edgar and Clarence of Mt. Jewett, Pa.; brother Henry of Angelica; and sister, Mrs. R. S. Sloat of Elmira. Constable in 1866, 71, 77,78, 80, 81, 84, 95, 96, 1906-09. Burial in Angelica. Lot 33B GREEN, JOHN L. Lot 347. GREEN, Mrs. LAURA A. Born on April 21, 1832; died at home on the Mill Hill, on Jan. 5, 1911. Married Nathan Green some 50 years previously, who died many years ago. Survived by son, Merton Green. Lot 84. GREEN, Mrs. MADALINE Widow of Thomas a. Green. Resident of Bradford, Pa. Parents of the late Mrs. Fred Closser, one time residents here. Lived on farm known as the Fox place, later the home of John Ellessor. Lot 67A. GREEN, MARGARET F. Lot 722. GREEN, MARTHA BINGHAM Born Martha Hannah Bingham July 2, 1878, daughter of the late Salmon and Maria Wilcox Bingham. Married James R. Green December 28th, 1915, at Angelica. Member of the Methodist Church. Died May 19, 1960. Survivors: husband; a son, Alvin, of Williamsville, and two grandchildren, Michael and Thomas Green; niece Myrtle Bardwell Evans of Redlands, California. Burial in Angelica. GREEN, MERTON E. Born in Allen on July 27, 1861; died on June 5, 1941. Married Susan Ogden. Survived by son, Clifford of Shortsville, N.Y.; three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Lot 84. GREEN, NATHAN (1800-1867) Lot 84. GREEN, NATHAN J. Lot 347. GREEN, SARAH A. Lot 46. GREEN, SUSAN OGDEN Born in Angelica, May 16, 1861, of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ogden; died in Angelica, Nov. 27, 1923. On Sept. 25, 1882, married to Merton E. Green. Survivors: husband; son, Clifford Green of Angelica. Lot 84. GREEN, STEPHEN R. Lot 20. GREEN, THOMAS Lot 67A. GREENE, ANGIE E. SPIKE Born in Grove on Sept. 30, 1879, daughter of John and Nina Johnson Spike; died July 7, 1951. Widow of George Greene. Survived by two sons, Leonard Greene of Angelica and Merton Greene of Hornell; one daughter, Mrs. Howard Johnson of Hornell. Burial in Angelica. GREENE, CLIFFORD M. Born in Angelica on Oct. 24, 1884; died at Shortsville on Dec. 14, 1946. Survived by widow, Mrs. Bernice Green; two sons, Merton Green of Middletown and Lyle Green of Woodburn, N.Y., one daughter, Mrs. Esther Martin of Bridgeport, Conn. Burial in Angelica. GREENFIELD, LYDIA Lot 714. GREGORY, ABRAM W. (1845-1862) Son of Josiah and Harriet Gregory. Lot 643. GREGORY, Mrs. FRED BLICKWEDE Emma Blickwede Gregory passed away after a long illness at her home in this village on Apr. 19, 1920. Born in Angelica. School teacher in Skaneateles until she resigned to become the wife of Fred H. Gregory on July 12, 1892. Besides her husband she leaves one son, John H. Gregory; three sisters, Miss Maria Blickwede, Miss Marret Blickwede and Mrs. L. B. Elliott of Rochester, N.Y.; one brother George H. Blickwede of New York. GREGORY, JOSIAH (1800-1885) Died at the age of 85 years; died on Apr. 14, 1885. Lived in Angelica for 38 years. Survived by wife and six children. Lot 643. GREGORY, Mrs. HARRIET PARKHILL(1808-1888) Wife of Josiah Gregory. Lot 643. GREGORY, SUSAN Lot 7. GREGORY, TIMOTHY J. (1838-1911) Born in Howard on May 5, 1838, of Josiah and Harriet Parkhill Gregory; died in Angelica on June 8, 1911. Married Miss Sarah T. Smith in 1864, who died in 1894. Married Miss Laura Armstrong, Belmont, Feb. 22, 1898. Survivors: widow; sisters, Mrs. Amelia J. Green, Angelica; Mrs. Celinda Dowd, Bath; Mrs. Marion Herrington, and Mrs. Eva Elger of Cuylerville, and Mrs. Eliza Hand of Dalton. Election Inspector, 1899, 1900. Burial in Angelica. Lot 7. GRIFFIN, ALICE R. Died in Angelica, July 29, 1924. Married Thomas Griffin. Survived by husband. Burial in Angelica. GRIFFIN, ALMA BOND (1859-1948) Born in Yorkshire, England; died on Jan. 4, 1948 in Williamsville. Married Rev. George A. Bond in 1886, who died in 1915. Married Z. E. Griffin in 1934, who died in 1942. Rev. Mr. Bond was a former pastor of the Angelica Methodist Church. GRIGGS, LUCY (1796-1852) Wife of Charles Griggs. Lot 380. GROOM, MARY (1775-1852) Lot 491. GROVER, EMILIE MOWBRAY L. (1810-1892) Died in Angelica on Oct. 29, 1892, at the age of 82 years. Widow of the late Martin Grover, Judge of the court of Appeal of the State of New York. Lot 732. GROVER, JUDGE MARTIN Lot 732. GRUMMON, ADELBERT Lot 150A. GRUMMON, D. C. Lot 3. GRUMMON, Mrs. MINERVA Died Dec. 27, 1934. Lot 150A. GRUMMON, MALINDA Lot 3. GRUNDER, AGNES A. L. Lot 10. GRUNDER, ANNA W. Lot 10. GRUNDER, DANIEL C. (1844-1932) Died at the age of 88 years I Friendship on June 12, 1932. For a generation or more was County Superintendent of the Poor and Keeper of the County Home in Angelica. Survived by son, Walter L. Grunder of Angelica; two nephews, John and Hyatt Grunder, Warren, Pa.; niece, Alberta Gelser; brother Henry Grunder. Lot 10. GRUNDER, WALTER L.(1865-1941) Born in Dalton on June 21, 1865 of Daniel C. and Agnes A. Lowell Grunder; died on Feb. 13, 1941. Was a railroad engineer. Survived by wife, Mary Bowes Grunder. Burial in Angelica. Lot 10. GULLIP, ERWIN Lot 892B.
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