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ANGELICA COLLECTANEA & OBITUARIES

compiled by L. L. Stillwell

And Allegany County Newspapers
extractions and additions by Gerrie Raw

contributed by Gerrie Raw

“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

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UMPLEBY, HARRY C.
Born near Sayre, Pa., 72 years ago; died May 9, 1939. Machinist for P.S.&N. railroad. Married Matie 
Common. Survived by wife; sister, Mrs. Victoria Hughes of Rochester and brother, John E. Umpleby of 
Sayre, Pa.; sister, Mrs. I. B. Irvin died some years ago.	Lot 159

VAL MIDDAUGH, JACQUELYN
		Lot 154A

VAN ALLEN, JOHN HENRY
Born in Belfast, November 8, 1868; died April 1, 1946, son of the late John and Mary Ford Van Allen. 
Survived by wife, Susie Mae. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 173

VAN ALLEN, Mrs. SUSIE
Born in Angelica, February 27, 1870; died March 19, 1950. Daughter of Amos and Almira Benjamin White. 
Widow of Henry Van Allen. Survived by cousins, Harry White and Clair Benjamin of Angelica; Charles 
White of Rochester, Amos Jellison, and Marion White of Belfast. Teacher. Burial in Angelica. 		
Lot 173

VAN CAMPEN, Mrs. CARRIE L.
Died April 26, 1928. Wife of Moses Van Campen of Belmont. Formerly Miss Carrie Stocking, a niece of 
Mrs. J. T. Brown.

VAN CAMPEN, MARGARET
Lot 414

VAN CAMPEN, MOSES
Freeholder, 1808,1809, 1811; Highway Commissioner, 1806, 1808-1813, 1815-1822, 25, 1830; Highway 
Overseer, 1807, 1812, 1814; Justice of Peace, 1812-1814; Commissioner of Excise, 1811, 1812, 1814; 
Licensee, 1810-1813; Constable, 1815; Assessor, 1824, 1826; Election Inspector, 1824. Died October 
15, 1849, age 92 years. A Revolution soldier and an early Angelica township official and Allegany 
County office holder. 	Lot 414

VAN CAMPEN, SAMUEL
Freeholder, 1808; School Commissioner, 1814, 1820, 1822.

VAN CAMPEN, WILLIAM
Highway Overseer, 1812, 1813; Freeholder, 1814; Assessor, 1815, 1816, 1817; Election Inspector, 1815.

VAN KEUREN, CHARLES
Born in Birdsall; died March 13, 1936 of pneumonia at the home of his nephew, Ernest Mathewson in 
Ridgway, Pa. About 14 years ago he came to live with his sister, Mrs. George Engle, who resides in 
Angelica. Burial in Angelica. Survived by sister, Mrs. George Engle. 		Lot 186


VAN KEUREN, Mrs. M. J.
Mary Jane Burden, born town of Hornellsville of Otis and Christiana Burden, February 15, 1836; died 
December 27, 1918. Married James Van Keuren of Freemont, March 9,1864. Survivors: brother, Orville 
Burden, Birdsall; son, Charles Van Keuren, West Almond; daughter, Mrs. George Engle, West Almond; 
grandson, Ernest Mathewson, Angelica.	Lot 186

VAN WICKLE JANE (1765-1831)
Wife of Evert Van Wickle.	Lot 404

VAN WICKLE, JANE ANN 
Lot 384-394

VANDERPOLL, A. D.
Lot 708

VANDERPOLL, DELAVERNE D.
Lot 708

VANDERPOLL, ELIZA R.
Lot 708

VANDERPOLL, MARION L. 
Lot 708

VAN ZILE, LYMAN
Born in Osceola, Pa., September 23, 1882; died March 27, 1955. Survived by brother, Albert of 
Bradford, Pa. Burial in Angelica.

VONDERBECK, NORA M. 		Lot 4

VOORHIES, JOSEPH F. 	Lot 853B

WAFLER, ARCHIE
Died, in Angelica, Feb. 24th, 1882, of scarlet fever and diphtheria, Archie, son of Charles and Amelia 
Wafler, aged 3 years, 4 months and 14 days. Survivors: parents,brother, Ray. Burial in Angelica 
cemetery.	Lot 104.

WAFLER, Mrs. BARBARA LYON
Mrs. Barbara  Lyon Wafler was born in the town of Woodhull, Steuben county in 1850 and there was her 
home until her marriage to Mr. William Wafler in 1876. Before her marriage she taught twelve terms of 
school in West Almond, Jasper and other places near their home town. After her marriage they went to 
housekeeping in West Almond and there her home has since been. Since the death of her husband she has 
continued the care of the farm. Died July 12, 1911. A brother, M.H. Lyon, and two sisters, Mrs. John 
Wafler of Angelica and Mrs. Amelia Dinsmore of Arkport, survive. Burial was in the Angelica cemetery.	
Lot #88.

WAFLER, Mrs. CATHERINE M. GIBSON
Born April 22, 1820; died November 2, 1898. Second wife of David Wafler Sr. One son born to them, John 
P., who survives. 	Lot 198

WAFLER, CHARLES
Born 1850, son of David and Mary Ann Rohr Wafler. Married Amelia Renwick. Children: Ray and Archie. 
Archie died in 1882. Survivors: widow; son, Ray Wafler.	Lot 104 

WAFLER, Mrs. CLARA LYON
Daughter of David and Eleanor Cordelia Evans Lyon, Jr., born June 24, 1864 in Woodhull, Steuben co; 
died April 21, 1951. Widow of John P.Wafler who died in 1929. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Floyd Angel 
of Hornell. 	Lot 198

WAFLER, DAVID
Died, at his farm home east of Angelica, Friday morning, July 27, 1888, of consumption, Mr. David 
Wafler, aged 78 years.  The deceased was a native of Switzerland and came to the United States in 
1837, and to Allegany county in 1850.  His first wife was Miss Mary Ann Rohr, a Rochester lady, by 
whom he had 7 children, 5 of whom survive, as follows: - David, of Weyauwega, Wis., William, of West 
Almond; Mrs. P.G. Hammond, Charles, and Mrs. (Emma) D.S. Evans, all of this town.  About 30 years ago 
he married for his second wife Catherine Gibson, by whom he had a son, John, who survives. Lot 198

WAFLER, Mrs. MARY ANN ROHR
Mary Ann Rohr, born in Switzerland, December 7, 1815. Family immigrated to Rochester, N.Y. Married 
David Wafler Sr. Seven children born to them: David Jr., William, Elizabeth, Charles, Emma Maria, and 
two children who died early in childhood, Mary Ann Wafler died September 7, 1854.	Lot 198

WAFLER, WILLIAM
Son of David and Mary Ann Rohr Wafler, born in 1845, in NY; died at West Almond, NY. Married Barbara 
Lyon in 1876. No record of children from this union. 	Lot 88

WAGNER, Mrs. SUSAN MAY
Wife of John Wagner of Birdsall. Born in Birdsall, December 24, 1878; died May 25, 1951. Daughter of 
John and Esther Terwilliger Scholes. Survived by husband; two daughters, Mrs. Esther Moosemiller of 
St. Mary's Pa., and Mrs. Ellen Cannon at home; son, Ira Way of Rochester. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 
898

WAID, CLYDE A.
Born 1892 in Scio, son of the late Delbert and Rhoda Waid. Died August 8, 1948. Survived by mother, 
sister, Mrs. Glenn Springstead of Port Allegany, Pa.	Lot 884

WAKEFIELD, ALTA MAY
Lot 830A

WAKEFIELD, CHARLOTTE H.
Lot 830A

WAKEFIELD, EFFIE
Lot 210

WAKEFIELD, MARY JANE
Lot 210

WAKEFIELD, WESLEY IRVIN
Born July 21, 1875; died October 18, 1947. Survived by four sons, Irving of Almond, Francis of 
Cameron, George and Archie of Bath; one daughter, Mrs. Edna Westlake of LeRoy; brother, Archie of 
Fillmore; sister,Miss Alta Wakefield of Perry.

WAKEFIELD, WILLIAM K.
Born in Farmersville, 73 years ago; died January 19, 1919. Survivors: wife; one son, two daughters.	
Lot 210

WAKELY, DR. BENJAMIN C.
Born at Black Creek, March 7, 1854; died March 31, 1931. One of four children of Hiram H. Wakely and 
Susan B. McElheny. Graduated from Univ. of Buffalo in 1876. Came to Angelica when about 24 years old. 
Married Miss Mary Schofield, September 7, 1878. They had two daughters, Josephine and Martha. Built an 
addition to the famed Van Wickle house. Practised in Hornell 1891 to 1917. One daughter survives, 
Josephine, Mrs. John Sheehan, Brooklyn, N.Y.  	Lot 333

WAKELY, Mrs MARY
Died January 10, 1941, widow of Dr. B. C. Wakely. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. John Sheehan of 
Brooklyn, N.Y., and Miss Martha Wakely of Glens Falls, N.Y. Burial in Angelica. Lot 333

WALKER, CHARLES	 Lot 25

WALKER, CHARLES I.
Born December 2, 1855, in Allen of George B. and Julia Dempsey Walker; died November 23, 1918. Married 
to Miss Flora Carpenter, May 22, 1884.Survivors: wife; daughter, Francis E. Elliott; sons, Carlos D., 
and Harold I. Of Angelica; brothers, George Walker, Lebanon, Missouri; David Walker, Angelica; sister, 
Lucy Palmer, Angelica. Funeral Methodist Church. Burial in Angelica. 

WALKER, CATHERINE A. 	Lot 25

WALKER, CHESTER JUDSON
Born in Angelica, November 8, 1888; died March 21, 1941, killed by falling tree. Son of late David and 
Frances Hooker Walker. Survived by widow, Mrs. Mary Harrington Walker; three brothers, Wayne of 
Angelica, Roy of Monrovia, Calif., and Louis of Pittsburgh, Pa. Burial in Angelica.	Lot 48

WALKER, DANA V.	Lot 807B

WALKER, DAVID
Born in Allen, December 14, 1846, son of George and Julia Walker; died April 1, 1921, in Angelica. 
Married Frances D. Hooker, April 26, 46 years ago. Survived by wife; four sons, Louis D. of 
Pittsburgh, Pa., Roy A., Chester J. and Wayne of Angelica. Brother, George B. Waler of Lebanon, 
Missouri. Funeral services at home, Rev. J.S. Fleming, Methodist, officiating. Pall bearers were six 
nephews, Harry and Sidney Hooker, Floyd and Carlos Walker and Simpson and Ralph Jennings. Burial in 
Angelica.

WALKER, DAVID T.	Lot 48

WALKER, EARL H.
Born of David and Fannie Walker in Angelica in 1876; died Angelica, July 9, 1915. Married Miss Flora 
Williams of Allen, September 1906. Survivors: parents and four brothers; wife. Funeral at home of 
parents, Rev. I. H. Crocker, officiating. Burial in Angelica.

WALKER, EARL R. 	Lot 205B

WALKER, Mrs. FLORA
Died December 8, 1936, would be 75 in January 1937. Born in Grove, daughter of Eliza Lowell and 
Richard Essex Carpenter. Married Charles Walker, deceased. Three children survive: Harold Walker of 
Baltimore, Maryland; Carlos of St. Mary's Pa., and Francis Demick of Angelica. One of nine children, 
all girls, of whom four are living: Mrs. Ella Veley of Larryville, Pa., Mrs. Harriet Currier of 
Andrew's Settlement, Pa., Miss Clara Carpenter of Norton, Va., and Mrs. Alice Veley of Morristown, 
Tenn. 

WALKER, JAMES MATTHEW (1850-1915)
Born September 24, 1850 in town of Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Walker, died March 4, 1915. 
Survivors: wife, Ellen Walker, (Married February 12, 1873) daughter, Mrs. Matie Alger, Wellsville; 
sons, Harley; sisters, Mrs. Eliza Williams and Mrs. Lucy Palmer, Angelica; brothers, George Walker of 
Lebanon, Missouri, David and Charles Walker of Angelica. Funeral at Wellsville and burial at Angelica.

WALKER, JAMES     Born 1848.    Married Ella Walker. 

WALKER, JULIA	Lot 21

WALKER, OSCAR	Lot 21

WALKER, THEODORE
Born in Angelica in 1844; died in Wellsville, October 24, 1913. Married Miss Mandana Hooker some 39 
years ago, who died last April. He was a veteran of the Civil War. Survivors: sisters, Mrs. L.J. 
Palmer, Angelica; Mrs. Eliza Williams, Birdsall; brothers, Charles and David Walker of Angelica, 
George of Lebanon, Missouri, and J.M. Walker of Wellsville.  Lot 807A

WALKER, Mrs. THEODORE M.
Born Dana V. Hooker, daughter of Harry and Sally Hooker in Angelica; died about May 1, 1913. Attended 
Chamberlain Institute in Randolph, N.Y. and took course in Elocution in Philadelphia. Taught school 
until 1882, when she married Theodore Walker of Allen. Has lived in Angelica since. Survivors: 
husband; brother, Alphonzo Hooker; sisters, Mrs. I.L. Fisk, Mrs. Jennie Leonard, Mrs. David Walker of 
Angelica. Funeral at home, Rev. Bond officiating.

WALLACE, ALLEN W.
Born March 12, 1877 in Arkport, son of Earl and Evangeline Allen Wallace; died August 17, 1950. 
Married Ruby A. Willis, December 6, 1905 in Arkport, who died July 13, 1917; married Nettie Lyon 
Wyant, August 10, 1939. Custodian of ACS. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Nettie Wallace; son, Burdette Wallace 
of Painted Post; two daughters, Mrs. William Jennings of Belfast and Mrs. Esther Williams of 
Wellsville; four brothers, Ray of Arkport, Burr of Franklinville, Paul of Hornell and Theodore of 
Cameron; step-son, Harlow Commons of Angelica. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 232B

WALLACE, Mrs. ALLEN 
Born Ruby Willis, in Angelica, May 18, 1881 of Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. Willis; died July 13, 1917 at 
Angelica. Married Allan W. Wallace, December 6, 1905 in Arkport. Survivors: husband; son Burdette; 
daughters, Harriett and Esther, Angelica; parents, four brothers and two sisters.	Lot 232B

WALLACE, WALTER	Lot 410

WARD, Mrs. MARY GRISWOLD
Born in West Almond, June 1, 1827, to Samuel J. and Clarissa Griswold; died in West Almond April 17, 
1905, after a brief illness from LaGrippe.  She was 77 years, ten months and 17 days.  In 1845 married 
to Zenas Ward. To this union were born to them four children, two of which died in infancy.  In the 
fall of 1866, they moved to the Township of Brady, Michigan. In the spring of 1901, she returned to 
West Almond and lived with her sister, Mrs. Harriet Evans, till she was called to her last home. 
Survivors: Mrs. Harriet Evans, and one brother, Hiram Griswold of Fulton, Michigan. The interment was 
in the Angelica Cemetery. 	Lot 158

WARDNER, Mrs. ARLIE
Widow of Jerry Wardner. Born in Ward in April 1877; died March 12, 1950. Daughter of John and Nellie 
Easton Elliott. Survived by sister Mrs. Perle Graham of Angelica. Burial in Angelica.    Lot 804

WARDNER, JERRY ARMENIUS
Son of the late Vinton and Lydia Steward Wardner; died May 17, 1941. Survived by widow, Arlie Elliott 
Wardner; two brothers, Louis Wardner of Bolivar and Dana Wardner of Cass Lake, Minnesota; sister, Mrs. 
W. C. Adams of Arkport. Livery business in Angelica for 12 years. Burial in Angelica.  Lot 804

WARDNER, LOLO		Lot 804

WARDNER, VINTON
From The Belmont Weekly Dispatch:  Friday August 29, 1913.  Vinton Wardner, born in Ontario Co., 1839; 
a former resident of Belmont, died at the age of 72 years, at the home of his daughter Mrs. Warren 
Adams in West Almond on Tuesday afternoon. The funeral will be held at the West Almond Baptist church. 
Mr. Wardner was a Civil War Veteran, having served as a Private of Capt. J. J. Dennison's Company "M", 
21st Regiment of Pennsylvania County Volunteers. He is survived by three sons and one daughter. 

WARNER, EMMA E.
Lot 618

WARNER, ABIGAIL
Lot 44

WARNER, Mrs. ELIZABETH LIGHTFOOT
Born in New York City, 1865; died March 26, 1948. Survived by husband, Dr. Frank Warner, son and 
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Warner of New York City; daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frances Brinton of 
Bradford, Pa. Burial in Angelica.		Lot 234

WARNER, FRANK
Born Angelica, September 7, 1837; died Bradford, June 4, 1911. Married Miss Louisa Willis, 50 years 
ago, who died January 1910. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Edna Harbeck, Angelica; Mrs. Vesta Norton, West 
Almond; sons, George and Fred of Bradford; Harry of Dunkirk.

WARNER, GEORGE C.
Lot 334 or 618

WARNER, H. BEDE
Born at Peru, Illinois, March 28, 1857, son of Rev. A.J. and Frances Bishop Warner; died February 27, 
1936. Married Abigail Brown, May 8, 1883, who died May 17, 1925. Married Laura E. Gregory, July 2, 
1928. Survived by wife and two children, Harry B. and Joseph R., both of Angelica. 	Lot 44

WARNER, Mrs ABIGAIL BROWN
Abigail Brown was born in Angelica of Norton and Mary Hammond Brown; died May 17, 1925. Born, married, 
and died in the same house in Angelica. Married H. Bede Warner, May 24, 1883. Survived by two sons, 
Harry B. Warner of Wellsville and Joseph R. of Angelica,and daughter, Mrs. L. P. Branson. 	Lot 44

WARNER, LOUISE C.
Lot 6

WARNER, Mrs. LAURA
Widow of H. Bede Warner. Died April 30, 1942.	Lot 7

WARNER, PARLEY, (1781-1872)
Lot 618

WARNER, ROBERT H.
Died 1945 on Iwo Jima; Cpl. In United States Marine Corps. Fought in four major campaigns: Kwajelein 
in the Marshall Islands; Saipan, Tinian and Iwo Jima. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warner; 
three brothers, Joseph Warner, Jr. of Geneva, Richard Warner of the Marine Corps, and James Warner at 
home.	Lot 308

WARNER, RODERICK C.
Born in Angelica June 25, 1893; died April 19, 1940. Survived by widow, Frances Rulison Warner; 
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Warner of Angelica; brother, Stuart L. Warner, and niece Miss Dorothy Warner of 
New York City. 	Lot 866

WARNER, ROSWELL R.
Lot 334

WARNER, SARAH A.
Lot 334

WARREN, REV. F. V
Died at his home in Nort East, Pa., and buried here. Married to the daughter of Vial Thomas, who 
survives; 47 years in the ministry. Died at the age of 75. 	Lot 102

WARREN, Mrs. F. V. 
Died Monday, March 29, 1897. Daughter of Vial Thomas. Married Rev. F. V. Warren who preceded her in 
death. 	Lot 102

WATERHOUSE, HORATIO
Freeholder, 1808, 1809; Town Clerk, 1810; Justice of Peace, 1810.

WATERMAN, STEPHEN (1772-1811)
Freeholer, 1808, 1811, 1812; Highway Overseer, 1805, 1809. Died November 29, 1811, age 39 years. 		
Lot 434 

WATERMAN, CORNER
Freeholder, 1808, 1812; Highway Overseer, 1810.

WATSON, AMANDA
Lot 309

WATSON, ELIJAH H.
 (1801-1875)		Lot 312

WATSON, ADAH (1801-1891)
Lot 312

WATSON, JOSEPH B.
Lot 309

WATSON, LUCRETTA R.
Lot 312

WATSON, MARY A.
Lot 309

WAVER, MARLETT
Lot 126

WAVER, WALTER
Lot 126

WAY, ANNA
Lot 636

WAY, CHARLES A.
Lot 339

WAY, ERI
Died November 15, 1923 at Angelica. Was sister of Mrs. Elizabeth Mayhew. Also grandfather of Mrs. 
Clayton Smith of Angelica. Constable, 1869, 1870, 1873, 1875; Game Constable, 1882, 1883.		
Lot 323

WAY, ELLEN
Born in Town of Ward, June 15, 1834, of John V. and Abigail Cole Pierce; died at home on Elizabeth 
St., June 25, 1911. Married to Ira Way in 1855. Survivors: Daughter, Mrs. E. E. Wilday of Angelica; 
son Joseph Way of Angelica; brothers, A. J. Pierce of Cuba, Thomas W. Pierce of Missouri; sister, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Latham; two half brothers; two half sisters.	Lot 57

WAY, IBRAIM
Lot 529

WAY, IRA
Married Ellen Pierce in 1855.		Lot 57

WAY, JOHN 
Justice, 1862.		Lot 636

WAY, JOSEPH J.
Lot 57

WAY, JOSEPH (1800-1864)
Lot 645

WAY, LYDIA
Lot 636

WAY, LUCY ANN
Lot 323

WAY, SOPHIA (1803-1864)
Wife of Joseph Way.		Lot 645

WEAVER, ALMON
Lot 151

WEAVER, AMANDA
Born in Nunda, April 30, 1832; died in Birdsall, November 8, 1911. Married James Weaver, who died some 
ten years ago. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. John Shoff, Mrs. Fred Shoff of West Almond; Mrs. James Henry, 
Belvidere; sons, Almon and Charles of Birdsall. Funeral at the house, Rev. G. A. Bond, Angelica 
Methodist, officiating. Burial in Angelica.

WEAVER, CHARLES HENRY
Born in Birdsall, October 26, 1870; died September 30, 1947. Survived by widow, Pearl Weaver of 
Arkport; son, William Weaver of Arkport and daughter, Mrs. Bertha Skinner of Friendship. 
Lot 180

WEAVER, ESTHER
Lot 281

WEAVER, Mrs. EUNIS
Died, in Granger, Feb. 23, 1885,, of pneumonia,, aged 83 years. Married Wm. L Weaver. Mother of Wm. 
Weaver of this place, and had been a resident of this county for years.

WEAVER, EVERETT I.
Son of William and Esther Parker Weaver. Born in Granger, June 25, 1870; died January 17, 1952. Father 
came with parents from Orwell, Vt. In  1830 to Granger, settled 85 acres of farm land. Employed by J. 
C. Averill, later formed insurance business with Horace G. Dudley, postmaster; employed by Bureau of 
Internal Revenue. Married Miss Nellie Cartwright of West Almond, March 30, 1892. Only child, Ruth, 
died in 1913. Mrs. Weaver died in 1938. Survived by sister-in-law, Mrs. Iva Bush, of Elmira. Burial in 
Angelica. 	Lot 281

WEAVER, Mrs. EVERETT I.
Born Helen Cartwright, November 18, 1871 in West Almond, daughter of Jay and Caroline Cartwright. 
Married E. I. Weaver of Angelica on March 30, 1892. Survived by sister, Mrs. Iva Bush of Elmira, and 
husband. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 281

WEAVER, JAMES
Lot 180

WEAVER. LORENZO A.
Lot 180

WEAVER, Mrs. MAYBELLE WILLIS
Born in Birdsall, May 12, 1969, daughter of Arunah Francis and Julia Clark Willis; died March 9, 1952. 
Predeceased by twin sister, Mrs. Maude Willis Bardwell and husband, Almon Weaver. Teacher. Survived by 
sister, Mrs. Laurettie Wisner of Deer Lodge, Montana.	Lot 151

WEAVER, Mrs. PEARL
Born September 16, 1880, daughter of William and Fannie Scott Eldredge; died July 2, 1949. Married to 
Charles Weaver, deceased. Survived by son, William Weaver of Arkport; daughter, Mrs. Bertha Skinner of 
Friendship; three sisters, Mrs. Caroline Mapes of Vestal, Mrs. Marian Keyes of Baltimore, Md., and 
Mrs. Winifred Rowe of Angelica; brother, Albert Eldredge, deceased. Burial in Angelica Cemetery. 	
Lot 180

WEAVER, RUTH IRENE
Born of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Weaver in June, 1894; died February 16, 1913.	Lot 281

WEAVER, WM.
Died last Thursday age of 92 years. Moved to Angelica in 1880. In 1848 he married Miss Esther Parker, 
the daughter of Ira Parker of Granger. To them were born three children, two of whom died very early 
in life, and the other, Everett I. Weaver who survives his father, in this village. His wife died in 
1905. He died in 1920.	Lot 180

WEBB, ALICE
Lot 610

WEBB, HENRY J.
Town Clerk, 1835, 1839, 1840, 1844; Collector, 1847; Constable, 1847; Overseer of Poor, 1852, 1854, 
1859, 1860-62, 1866, 1868; Election Inspector, 1853. 	Lot 610

WEBB, MARY
Lot 610

WEBB, SUSAN
Lot 610

WEEKS, BRUCE R.
Lot 772

WEEKS, CORA DEMMING
Born May 1869 at Birdsall No. 1; died May 25, 1910. Married Fred J. Weeks of Nunda in 1892. Survivors: 
husband; daughter, Miss Lola Weeks; father, John Demming; brother, Philip Demming of Belmont; sister, 
Mrs. Burdette Weir.	Lot 722

WEEKS, FRED J.
Was born at Franklinville on October 24, 1864. Survivors: a daughter, Lola of Perry; a son, Harold, 
and wife Grace Lilly Weeks; three brothers, two in Perry and one in Lamont, and a sister residing at 
Nunda. 	Lot 772

WEIDMAN, HENRY
Born at Ashford, Chautauqua Co., 1889; resided in Angelica 20 years. Married Miss Ethel Curtis, May 
12, 1913. Died November 12, 1930. Had one son, Frederick. Fire chief for more than a decade. Had five 
sisters, Mrs. Flora Cornwell, Boston, Mass., Mrs. Martha Kamery, Buffalo, Mrs. Roscoe O'Donnell, 
Olean, Mrs. Donald Holt, Philadelphia, Mrs. Margaret Saul of Philadelphia; one brother, Rev. F. W. 
Weidman of Glen Ridge, N.J. 	Lot 837

WEIR, ANDREW
Lot 505

WEIR, CARL W.
Lot 716

WEIR, Child
Fourteen year old son of Wilson Weir died Wednesday night, November 12, 1879.

WEIR, DANIEL
Constable, 1864. 	Lot 76

WEIR, EARL R.
Lot 71

WEIR, Mrs. ELIZABETH I. 
Born in Angelica on February 28, 1836; life-long resident of Angelica. Died in August 1923. Survived 
by son, Bruce. 	Lot 716

WEIR, FRED E.
Died July 4, 1925. Born Dec. 15, 1863 in Angelica and had always lived in Allegany Co. Married Dec. 
20, 1890 Alta C. Lyon of Birdsall who died October 1902. Issue: the eldest, Lloyd Russell died in 
infancy. Earl Russell died Dec. 6, 1918. Leon Nathaniel survives. Mr. Weir married Mrs. E. May Mack of 
Almond Jan. 23, 1910, who also survives him.; one sister, Mrs. Henry Behrens of Castile; brother 
Burdette L. Weir of Birdsall. Burial in Angelica Cemetery.

WEIR, GEORGE
Lot 716

WEIR, HATTIE
Lot 615

WEIR, HENRY
In the passing of Henry Weir at the home of his son, Elizur Weir, at Belfast, July 12, 1915, one has 
gone to the great beyond whom the older residents of this village remember with the most pleasant 
recollections. Born October 24, 1830. Married Helen Moore of Angelica. Constable, 1858.

WEIR, JENNIE
Lot 75

WEIR, JOHN F.
Lot 615

WEIR, MAE E. 
Born in West Almond, October 3, 1864, daughter of John Dey and Rachel Rathbun Dey. Married Charles 
Mack, October 24, 1886. To this union two daughters, Mrs. Irving Hadsell and Mrs. Sidney Coombs, who 
survive her. Married Fred Weir on January 23, 1910. Mrs. Stella Dunham, sister, also survives her.

WEIR, Mrs. MARIA
Born in West Almond June 13, 1839. Widow of the late Nathaniel Weir. Survived by two sons, Burdette 
and Fred; also two sisters, Mrs. Henry Behrens and Mrs. Esther Scholes; six grandchildren and three 
great grandchildren. Burial in Angelica Cemetery. 	Lot 71

WEIR, MERCY M.
Lot 505

WEIR, NATHANIEL 
Died suddenly at the home of James Crawford, of West Almond last Friday. Funeral was held at his home, 
Sunday the 15th. From The Belmont Weekly Dispatch, Wednesday, May 18, 1892.
Excise Commissioner, 1882, 1885. Born 1833. Married Marion Terwilliger.	Lot 71

WEIR, REBECCA
Died February 2, 1924, at the home of her son, Sheriff Weir of Belmont. She was the daughter of J. and 
Susan Engle, and was for many years a resident of this town. She was married early in life to Daniel 
Weir, whose death occurred while he was still a young man. She leaves two sons, Whitman and Henry 
Weir, and one daughter, Mrs. Abby Shaw; other survivors: three sisters, Mrs. Anna Harrigan, Mrs. John 
White and Mrs. James Bates. Burial in Angelica.

WEIR, Mrs. WHIT
Born Jennie N., to Jacob and Mary Ludwig, in town of Grove, June 16, 1865. Died March 2, 1945. Husband 
two-time Sheriff of Allegany county, Assistant and Superintendent of the County Home at Angelica. 
Survived by husband; son, Joseph D. Weir, Jr. of Rochester; sister, Mrs. Emma Bennett of Short Tract. 
Burial in Angelica.

WEIR, WILLIAM A.
Lot 716

WEIR, WILSON
Election Inspector, 1876-77. Died October 7, 1886, age 50. 		Lot 716

WEIR, VICTOR
Lot 716

WELCH, F. MERRIMAN
Lot 561

WELCH, GERTRUDE E. 
Lot 698

WELCH, JOHN C. (1840-1925)
Born in Angelica, May 12, 1840; died in Kansas City, January 29, 1925. He was a son of Joseph 
Bloomfield Welch, prominent in early history of Angelica; mother was Mary Collins, whose family was 
well known in Allegany County. Survived by widow, Lida M. Welch, of Kansas City; sons, W. M. and J. H. 
Welch of Tulsa, Okla., and J. H. Welch of Ponca City, Okla. Came into prominence in 1907 when 
mentioned as possible Democratic candidate for President of U. S. Was Vice-President and General 
Manager of the Tidal Refining Co. 

WELCH, JOSEPH B.
Justice, 1837, 1840, 1851; Supervisor, 1838. 	Lot 561

WELCH, MARGARET H.
Lot 254

WELCH, MARY, (1814-1852)
Wife of Joseph B. Welch. 	Lot 561

WELCH, MARY R.
Lot 561

WELCH, MARY
Lot 561

WELCH, MARY JANE
Lot 561

WELCH, PHILIP H.
Lot 561

WELCH, WILLIAM B.
Lot 561

WELLS, DEBORAH (1778-1852)
Lot 498

WELLS, Mrs. HARRIET C. (1827-1919)
Miss Harriett Hooker, daughter of Philon and Margaret Hooker was born in Angelica 92 years ago; died 
January 27, 1919. Nor survivors 	Lot 601

WELLS, HARRY
Lot 601

WELLS, JAMES C.
Lot 601

WELLS, MARY E.
Lot 498

WESCOTT, SAMUEL (1835-1920)
Samuel Wescott, aged 85 years, died at the County Home on Feb.2, 1920, of valvular heart disease. 
Burial in Angelica. 

WESP, CARL P.
Died July 10, 1952. Born in Buffalo, August 19, 1877. Farmer, poultry business. Survived by son, 
Milford Wesp of Clarence; daughter, Miss Marion Wesp of Ithaca. Wife, Bertha King Wesp, of Buffalo 
died February 1952.	Lot 893A

WESP, Mrs. BERTHA E.
Born in Buffalo on June 27, 1878, daughter of Clement and Mary Bayliss King; died February 20, 1952. 
Married Carl Wesp, September 6, 1899. Survived by husband, two children, Milford (Joe) Wesp of 
Clarence, Agricultural Editor for Radio Station WBEN, Buffalo; and Miss Marion Wesp, photographer and 
member in the photographic firm of Wesp-Buzzell, Inc., of Ithaca.  Lot 893A

WEST, Mrs. BETSEY A. REYNOLDS 
Wife of Silas F. West; died August 19, 1912. Survivors: husband; son, Lemuel West.    Lot 227

WEST, IDA BELL
Lot 25

WEST, Mrs. IDA CRANDALL
Allegany County Republican: Aug. 13, 1886.  The funeral of Mrs. Ida West, wife of Mr. Lemuel West, of 
West Almond, daughter of Mr. Crandall, was largely attended at the Methodist church here Wednesday 
afternoon. Deceased leaves beside her husband and family an infant. 

WEST, JAMES M. (1804-1858)
Lot 541

WEST, LEMUEL E. 
Died July 26, 1920. Married Stella Todd in 1887. Was president of the village during the previous 
year. Survivors: widow; son, Leon, Transit.	Lot 26

WEST, SILAS F. 
Born September 4, 1837 at West Almond; died at Angelica, May 6, 1915. Married Betsey A. Reynolds, 
December 31, 1857, who died August 19, 1912. Survivors: son, Lemuel, Angelica; sisters, Saloma 
Carryington, Troy; Elsie Yeomans of Phillips Creek. Funeral at home. Lot 227

WEST, Mrs. STELLA TODD
Born in Hinsdale January 22, 1861; died July 18, 1921. Married Lemuel E. West, who died July 29, 1920 
(35 years ago). Funeral in Angelica; burial in Friendship. Survivors: Leon J. West, Transit; aged 
mother, Mrs. Abigail Todd; brother, Dan M. Todd.

WHEELER, AARON W. 	Lot 37

WHEELER, ALICE G. 	Lot 37

WHEELER, FLORA A. 	Lot 37

WHEELER, ISAAC P. 	Lot 688

WHEELER, MARY M. 	Lot 37

WHEELER, PETER W. 	Lot 37

WETHERBY, WALTER	Lot 533

WHIPPLE, LAURA H.	Lot 18

WHITE, ALMIRA		Lot 173

WHITE, AMOS (1776-1852)
Lot 564

WHITE, AMOS	Lot 173

WHITE, CHARLIE W. 	Lot 89

WHITE, DONALD
Son of Daniel and Millie Terwilliger White, one of eight children; born in Hornell October 25, 1945. 
Survived by parents, three brothers, Robert, Larry, and Clarence White, and four sisters, Ellen, Mary, 
Beverly, and Betty White, all at home; grandfather, Clarence White. Died April 23, 1951. Burial in 
Angelica. 	Lot 675

WHITE, EMALINE E. 	Lot 89

WHITE, H.E. 		Lot 35B

WHITE, HENRY F. 
September 11, 1924.  Henry F. White died at Angelica, September 3, 1924. He is survived by his wife 
Mrs. Adeline d'Autremont White, one daughter Mrs. J.A. Tarnaghan of Portage, two sons, Harry E. of 
Angelica, and Chas E. of Allen, also five grandchildren. The funeral was held at his late home in 
Angelica, Friday, September 5, 1924.

WHITE, JOHN B.		Lot 89

WHITE, MISS MARION
Born in Belfast, September 2, 1895, daughter of John and Emaline Engle White. Teacher. Belfast 
resident. Died November 27, 1951.		Lot 89

WHITE, Mrs. M. E. FARR 
Born in Cazenovia 84 years ago. Her parents, Orman and Eliza Rickard Farr, were both of New England 
stock going back through Revolutionary days to Old England. Of these ancestors, Judge Reeves, Jacob 
Rickard, John Remington and John Coolidge, one of the famous Boston Tea Party, fought at Bunker Hill. 
Died June 23, 1914 at Angelica. Father and family moved to Angelica to assist in Hull-Morse Woolen 
Mill. Later moved to farm. Married Spencer White, January 26, 1886, who died March 17, 1903. Active in 
church, W.C.T.U., and other organizations.		Lot 620

WHITE, MYRTIE M. 	Lot 89

WHITE, SARAH H. (1784-1854)
Wife of Amos White.		Lot 564

WHITE, SUSAN L. (1813-1879)
Wife of Spencer White. 	Lot 564

WHITMORE, MISS. EMMA A.
Emma A. Whitmore was born in Wisconsin in 1859, living there until her eighth year when she came to 
Angelica. Died December 16, 1924 at Angelica. She joined the St. Paul's Episcopal church at an early 
date and since then has been a valued and consistent worker.  She was a niece of Hon. Martin Grover 
who was a justice in Allegany County from 1858 to 1870. Survivors: brother George Whitmore of 
Mukwonogo, Wisconsin; sister Mrs. Hoag of Waukucsha, Wisconson. Burial in Angelica Cemetery.

WHITTAM, Mrs. THOMAS
Died April 30, 1926.  Survivors: husband; son Clarence E.; three sisters, Mrs. Joel Sanford, Wayland, 
Mrs. Lida Colegrove, Prattsburg, Miss Nina Mattice, one brother, John Mattice, Prattsburg, and three 
grandchildren.		Lot 829

WHITTAM, THOMAS W. 		Lot 829

WHITTEMORE, ANN B. 	Lot 333

WHITTEMORE, CLARA E. 		Lot 732

WHITTEMORE, EMMA ALICE 	Lot 732

WHITTLESEY, EVELINE 		Lot 590

WHITTLESEY, ZENA	Lot 590

WICKLAM, MARY JANE		Lot 499

WICKLAM, GEORGE OTIS		Lot 499

WICKWIRE, DONALD GEORGE
Died May 10, 1947 in car crash. Brother of Mrs. Luther Farnum of Angelica.

WILCOX, ADELIA		Lot 261

WILCOX, ELVIRA		Lot 261

WILCOX, EMELINE (1834-1847)		Lot 502

WILCOX, LEON E. 	Lot 225

WILCOX, LINUS (1787-1867)	Lot 502

WILCOX, ROBERT
Born at Wellsville, February 1937; died May-June, 1953, Niagara Falls resident. Missing from home May 
27, 1953; body found in Niagara River, June 12, 1953. Survived by mother, Glennice Harding Farina of 
Angelica; step-father, Samuel Farina; step-brother, Samuel J. Farina; step-sister, Mrs. Edward Bugay, 
all of Niagara Falls. Burial in Angelica Cemetery.	Lot 597

WILBUR, NEWTON J. 	Lot 296

WILDEY, EDWARD		Lot 57

WILDEY, Mrs. EDWARD		Lot 57

WILEY, ELLEN T. 		Lot 180

WILLIAMS, Mrs. ELIZA A.
Born in Allen, January 13, 1840; died in Birdsall, July 24, 1918. Survivors: sons, George, Ralph and 
Simpson Jennings, Angelica; daughters, Mrs. Mittie Rice; Mrs. Julia Sheffield, Birdsall; sister, Mrs. 
Lucy Palmer, Angelica; brothers, David and Charles Walker, Angelica; George Walker, Lebanon, Missouri. 
Funeral services at Birdsall No. 1 Church, Rev. David Angus officiating. Burial in Angelica.

WILLIAMS, Mrs. HARRIET GREEN
Born in North Ireland May 11, 1862; died September 3, 1930. Came to the United States in 1888. Married 
John W. Williams of St. Mary's in 1891. Moved to Angelica in 1914. Survived by husband; three sons, 
Thomas, David and John. 	Lot 859

WILLIAMS, JOHN W.
Born July 31, 1864 at Morris Run, Pa.; died February 6, 1935. Survived by three sons, John of 
Binghamton, David of East Aurora and Thomas of Angelica. 	Lot 832 or 859

WILLIAMS, Mrs. JULIA P.
Born in Angelica, September 27, 1868; died December 15, 1949. Daughter of the late Nelson and Melissa 
Warner Lyon. Married Joe Williams in November 1890. Survived by son, Donald Williams of Olean, another 
son died in infancy; three sisters, Mrs. Bert Green of Olean; Mrs. James Common and Mrs. Allan Wallace 
of Angelica. 	Lot 832

WILLARD, ELLA E. 	Lot 265

WILLARD, OREN		Lot 265

WILLARD, ORRIN
Died December 28, 1933. Employee of the Shawmut. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Elmer Graham.

WILLIS, Mrs. ABIGAIL L DE NEUVILLE
Born 1822 daughter of John and Patience Ann Sheldon de Neuville, of New England. This family lived in 
Saratoga County, N.Y., raising a family of nine children, eventually locating at Basswood Hill. John 
and Patience de Neuville are buried at Allen Center, N.Y. Abigail was their youngest daughter. She 
married Araunah S. Willis. To this union 7 children were born: Araunah F., George V., Louisa (married 
Frank Warner), Daniel H., Lydia (married G. H. Abbey), Abigail Jane (married Calvin Farnum), Martin 
G., and Annette (married Solomon Palmer). All grew to adulthood on Baker's Creek. Abigail de Neuville 
Willis died April 1896.	Lot 553

WILLIS, ANNE E. 	Lot 677

WILLIS, ARAUNAH F.
Born Feb. 7, 1839, son of Araunah S. and Abigail L de Nouville Willis. Araunah F. Willis was a life 
long resident of Angelica and vicinity; died January 24, 1921, 82 years of age. Married in 1861 to 
Julia Clark and to them were born four daughters, Mrs. Burton Waite of Michigan, Mrs. Eliza Wisner of 
Montana, Mrs. Almon Weaver of Birdsall, and Mrs. John S. Bardwell of Grove; and one son Claude all of 
whom survive him. Served in the Civil War 1862-1865. Mustered out March 11, 1865. He also leaves to 
mourn him two brothers, Rev. Daniel Willis of Maryland, and Martin Willis of this place, and three 
sisters, Mrs. Palmer of Washington, Mrs. G. H. Abbey of this place, and Mrs. Calvin Farnum of Burns; 
also nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Buried in Angelica.		Lot 553

WILLIS, ARAUNAH S.
Born in Taunton, Mass. of Lydia Shaw; the name of his father is unknown having died when Araunah was 
just a lad. Lydia remarried after Araunah's death, and relocated in Bakers Creek, Allegany Co. Araunah 
S. married Abigail L. deNouville 1822; died in 1873 in Angelica, NY. To this union 7 children were 
born: Araunah F., George V., Louisa (married Frank Warner), Daniel H., Lydia (married G. H. Abbey), 
Abigail Jane (married Calvin Farnum), Martin G., and Annette (married Solomon Palmer). All grew to 
adulthood on Baker's Creek. Abigail de Neuville Willis died April 1896.	Lot 318

WILLIS, CLAUDE
Born November 9, 1882, son of Araunah F. and Julia Clark Willis. Disappeared en route to Montana; 
missing for 50 years.	Lot 318A

WILLIS, GEORGE
Son of Martin and Harriet Shafer Willis. Died in France in World War I.		Lot 613

WILLIS, GEORGE V. 
Son of Araunah S. and Abigail de Neuville Willis. Fought in the Civil War.	Lot 553

WILLIS, GLEN
Born 1902, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Willis of Angelica. Died September 29, 1946, 44 years 
old. Burial in Angelica. 

WILLIS, Mrs. HARRIET
Born in Angelica, December 17, 1860; died July 5, 1937. Married Martin Willis July 14, 1880; he died 
October 24, 1927. Son George Willis died in France during World War I. Survived by Captain H. E. 
Willis, West Point; Mrs. Henry Allen, Wellsville; Miss Mitty Willis of Angelica; Martin Willis, 
Wellsville; Glenn Willis at a state hospital, Allen Wallace, son-in-law, three brothers, Joseph 
Shafer, Angelica; Moses B. Shafer, Alta, Alberta, Canada; and one sister, Mrs. Clara Newsom, Arkport. 	
Lot 613

WILLIS, GYLES (1800-1832)	Lot 363

WILLIS, Mrs. JULIA CLARK 
Born 1844, at Angelica, daughter of Abagail Clark. Married Aruanah F. Willis October 15, 1861, who 
died January 25, 1921, in Birdsall. To this union were born five children: Eliza "Laurettie" (Mrs. 
Fred Wisner, Deer Lodge, Mont.); Bertha (Mrs. Burton Waite, Manton, Mich.); twin daughters, Maude Ella 
Gay (Mrs. John Bardwell of Grove), and Eva Maybelle (Mrs. Almon Weaver) of Allen, and Claude Willis.		
Lot 318A

WILLIS, LULU G.	Lot 318A

WILLIS, MYS LYDIA SHAW
Mother of Aruanah S. Willis. 		Lot 363

WILLIS, MARTING G.
Died October 24, 1927. 	Lot 613

WILLIS, MISS MITTY M.  (1895-1955)
Died August 25, 1955, 60 years old. Resident of Hornell. Born in Angelica. She was a teacher. Survived 
by two brothers, Col. Herbert E. Willis of Clifton Forge, VA, and Martin B. Willis of Wellsville; 
sister, Mrs. Henry Allen of Wellsville. Burial in Angelica. 

WILSON, ANSON T.
Born March 11, 1831. Married daughter of George and Harriet Morton, Oct. 3, 1876. Two sons, William 
and George, were born to this union.	Lot 696.

WILSON, Mrs. A.T. MORTON
Mrs. Anson T. Wilson died in a Buffalo hospital last Friday, Nov. 19, 1909. She was born in West 
Almond 63 years ago, her parents being George and Harriet Morton.  She was a teacher. On Oct. 3, 1876, 
she married Mr. Anson T. Wilson. She is survived by her husband and two sons, William and George; aged 
mother, Mrs. Hariett Morton; sister, Mrs. C. H. Norris; brother, George Morton.	Lot 696.

WILSON, BENJAMIN	Lot 595

WILSON, DELILAH 		Lot 595

WILSON, JAMES (1773-1851)
Freeholder, 1811, 1812, 1814; Assessor, 1816-1819; School commissioner, 1816-1817; Supervisor, 1820-
1822. Died August 12, 1851 at the age of 78 years. First settler in Allen, 1806. Town Official War of 
1812.		Lot 417

WILSON, L. 		Lot 337

WILSON, LIZZIE	Lot 337

WILSON, MARY (1776-1855)	Wife of James Wilson. 	Lot 417

WILSON, MARY A. (1814-1891)	Lot 417

WILSON, MATTIE		Lot 337

WILSON, Mrs. N. S. REED
Angelica: Died February 24, 1896, nearly 71 years of age. Daughter of Silas Reed, born in Richmond, 
N.Y., married Wm. Wilson of Angelica in November 1870. Since that time has lived in Angelica. Her 
husband, Col. Wilson was founder of Wilson Academy.	Lot 92

WILSON, PHOEBE SCHOLFIED (1797-1874)	Wife of Wm. Wilson, Jr. 	Lot 696

WILSON, Mrs. POLLY
Died last Wednesday morning at her home, aged 78 years.  From The Weekly Dispatch, September 15, 1891.

WILSON, WILLIAM (1877-1910)
Born in Angelica, August 4, 1877, of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wilson; died October 7, 1910. Survivors: 
father and one brother, George.		Lot 696

WILSON, WM. 
Born in 1810; died in 1879. Assemblyman, 1876. Left money for the Wilson Academy. 	Lot 92

WILSON, WILLIAM (1795-1884)
Born in Leeds, England, December 26, 1795. Soldier in War of 1812; widower of Phoebe Schofield. 
Survived by sons, A. T. Wilson of Angelica, F. M. Wilson of Auburn, N. L. Wilson of Hastings, A. B. 
Wilson, and Mrs. R. S. Armstrong of Cuba. 	Lot 696

WILSON, WALTER 		Lot 337

WILSON, WILLIE		Lot 337

WINCHIP, J. HARVEY
Born in Allen, December 2, 1862; died June 16, 1941. Son of Joel and Phoebe Kingsley Winchip. Lived in 
Angelica until 28 years ago; moved to Fillmore. Survived by widow; son, Clair of Fillmore, and 
daughter, Lois of Rochester. Burial in Angelica. 		Lot 179

WINCHIP, JOEL
Assessor, 1885, 88; Justice, 1891, 1895-98, 99-1902; Excise Commissioner, 1896-98.  Lot 179

WINCHIP, KENNETH M. 		Lot 179

WINCHIP, QUENTIN		Lot 179

WINSLOW, ADALINE 		Lot 323

WINSLOW, VERA ANN		Lot 323

WITHEY, PEARL IVES
Died October 16, 1939 at Perry, N.Y., 55 years old. Native of West Almond. Survived by husband, 
Sylvester; two brothers, Arthur C. Ives of Mount Morris, and Lewis J. Ives of West Almond. 	Lot 
792

WITHEY, WM.
Born in 1831; married in 1857 to Amanda M. Beers. Sheriff of Allegany County in 1879. Deputy Census 
two years; Canal Superintendent.

WIXSON, GRETA JANE		Lot 627

WIXSON, JOHN
Married Sarah e. Armstrong in 1860. Three children born to this union. Died at Birdsall, June 7, 1898.		
Lot 168

WIXSON, MARGARET A. 	Lot 717

WIXSON, RICHARD L. 		Lot 168

WIXSON, SARAH E. ARMSTRONG
Died April 1, 1924 at Birdsall; born at Cuba of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Armstrong March 30, 1838. Married 
John Wixson of Castile in 1860. Mr. Wixson passed away at Birdsall June 7, 1898. Children: two sons, 
one of whom, Richard L. survives, residing on the old homestead at Birdsall. She leaves also one 
brother, Albert A. Armstrong, of Great Valley. Funeral took place on April 3 at the late home of the 
deceased and at the Methodist church in Birdsall. Burial in Angelica.  Lot 168

WOOD, CELIA	Lot 424

WOOD, CLARRISA		Lot 570

WOOD, MARY E. 		Lot 503

WOOD, OTIS 	Overseer of Poor, 1856.	Lot 503

WOODARD, HOMER	Lot 542

WOODARD, LUSINA 		Lot 542

WOODLAND, ALICE 		Lot 671

WOODLAND, THOMAS		Lot 671

WOOLMAN, CHARLES		Lot 320

WOOLMAN, Mrs. ELSIE
Born in Germany, September 11, 1847; died February 22, 1934. Married Charles Woolman in 1871. Came to 
Angelica in 1885. Burial in Angelica. 		Lot 320

WORDEN, EMOGENE C. 		Lot 715

WORDEN, GROVER 		Lot 715

WORDEN, JOHN P.		Lot 715

WORDEN, SUSAN P. 	Lot 715

WORDEN, WILSON (1862-1948)
Died in Enid, Okla., August 1948, 86 years old. 	Lot 718B

WRIGHT, DORCAS		Lot 67B

WRIGHT, JOHN
Constable, 1835-1840; Collector, 1837, 1839, 1840; Assessor, 1844; Election Inspector, 1872; Justice, 
1873, 76, 81.

WRIGHT, MARY 		Lot 67B

WYANT, MARTHA JANE
Died May 17, 1925, after a long illness. She was born in the Town of Allen in 1880, the only daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loree. Mrs. Wyant spent practically all her life a resident of Angelica and 
Arkport. She was married in 1900 to Zenas Henry Wyant, and was the mother of two daughters, Myrtle and 
Neva. Survivors: father, husband, and daughters. 	Lot 146A

WYANT, ZENAS H.
Born in Almond in 1874; died September 5, 1936. Survived by widow, Mrs. Nettie Wyant; two daughters, 
Mrs. Myrtle Margeson and Mrs. Neva Wyant, both of Angelica; three sisters, Mrs. Cora VanDusen of 
Hornell, Mrs. Minnie Karr and Mrs. Ada Parson of Almond; two brothers, Philip Wyant of Livonia, and 
Fred Wyant of Smyrna. Burial at Angelica.

WYLLYS, NANCY (1792-1830)	First wife of Suel Wyllys. 		Lot 354

WYLLS, MINERVA (1806-1832)	Second wife of Suel Wyllys. 		Lot 354

WYLLYS, MINERVA E. (1832-1836)   Daughter of Minerva and Suell Wyllys.	Lot 354

WYSE, Mrs ADELLE (1864-1932)
Born December 4, 1864; died April 8, 1932. Married Mr. Gagen in 1882; he died in 1898. Two children, 
Mrs. Mayme Ives and Mrs. Pearl Burbank, who died March 5, 1932. Second marriage to Mr. Fred Wyse in 
1926. Survivors: husband, daughter, Mrs. Mayme Ives; grand daughters, Mrs. Theda Ives Balcom of West 
Almond, and Mrs. Eleanor Burbank of Wellsville; two sisters, Mrs. Floyd Potter and Mrs. Mary Van 
Gelder of Belmont; and one brother, Mr. Philip Brown of Brocton, N. Y.

WYSE, FRED (1860-1938)
Born in West Almond April 26, 1860; died January 28, 1938, son of Charles and Mary Jane Norton Wyse. 
Married Olin E. Lyon of West Almond, May 4, 1881; she died November 20, 1919. To this union three 
daughters: Lillian M. Norton, Edna E. Schuyler, and L. Blanche Hills. Second marriage to Mrs. Nancy 
Gagen of Belmont in March, 1926; she died in April 1932. Survived by two daughters; sister, Mrs. Addie 
Crandall of Almond; daughter, Lillian M. Norton died five years ago. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 790

WYSE, OLIVE E. 		Lot 790

YOUNG, ADDIE 		Lot 93

YOUNG, ADELINE 	Lot 717

YOUNG, DAVID HENRY 
Born 1856 in Birdsall, son of Peter H. and Sarah Ann Young; died March 1, 1937. Survived by wife, 
Martha; four children, Mrs. Mabel Hess and Mrs. Winifred Eddy, both of Erie, Pa.; Mrs. Hazel Whittam 
and Hamilton young of Angelica. Highway Superintendent, 1916-19. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 144A

YOUNG, EDITH G.		Lot 701

YOUNG, HARRIET C. 	Wife of Jacob C. Young. 	Lot 74

YOUNG ISAAC C. 		Lot 701

YOUNG, JACOB C.
Died at his home in Birdsall on Sunday, October 1890. He was 61 years old. In 11858, he married 
Harriet C. Dey, a daughter of Lawrence and Margaret E. Dey. Of this marriage three daughters were 
born, the two oldest now being wives of brothers, Llewllyn and Henry Hadsell, of West Almond, and 
Jessie M., 14, remained with her parents.		Lot 74

YOUNG, JENNIE GILLIES (1863-1950)
Born in Birdsall, August 19, 1863; died June 18, 1950. Daughter of Archie and Jane Scholes Gillies. 
Married November 17, 1884, to Walter G. Young. To this union three children: James A., Morton G., and 
Helen L., who died in 1932. Survived by husband; sister, Mrs. Fred Selover of Birdsall; two sons. 
Burial in Angelica. 		Lot 778

YOUNGS, LOUISA
Louisa Youngs had been at the County Home for one year; died from dysentery, July 1881.

YOUNG, MANNING A. 	Lot 191

YOUNG, MARLE 		Lot 717

YOUNG, Mrs. MARTHA ANN (1861-1947)
Widow of David Young. Born July 7, 1861 in Ireland; died July 12, 1947. Survived by son, Hamilton 
Young, Angelica; three daughters, Mrs. Whittam, Angelica; Mrs. Winifred Eddy, and Mrs. Louis Hess, 
both of Erie, Pa. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 144A

YOUNG, MORTON G. 
Born in Birdsall, August 5, 1887, son of Walter and Jennie Gillies Young; died March 2, 1951. Buffalo
resident. He was a railroad engineer; Navy and Merchant Marines. Survived by father; one brother, 
James Young, Sr.; nephew, James Young, Jr.; niece, Miss Jane Young. Burial in Angelica Cemetery.

YOUNG, PETER	Married Sarah Young in 1858. 	Lot 93

YOUNG, OLIN R. 		Lot 191

YOUNG, Mrs. SARAH
Born at Nunda, November 9, 1840; died at Birdsall, August 28, 1911. Survivors: sons, C. W. Young, 
Bolivar; David H. and Walter C. of Angelica; daughter, Mrs. Leonard Howard, Friendship; sister, Mrs. 
Amanda Chambers of Nunda. Funeral in Birdsall Methodist Church, Rev. J.K. Underhill, officiating. 
Burial in Angelica.		Lot 93

YOUNG, WALTER G. (1863-1951)
Born in Birdsall, January 9, 1863, of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Young; died March 9, 1951, 89 years old. 
Married Miss Jennie Gillies on November 17, 1885, deceased. To this union three children were born: 
James A. Sr; Morton, died March 2, 1951, and daughter, Helen Young Yaeger, died about 18 years ago. 
Survivors: son, James; grandson, James A. Young, Jr.; granddaughter, Miss Janet Young. School 
Director, 1916-1920. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 778

YOUNG, WM. 	Constable, 1882.

YOUNG, WILLIAM F. 	Lot 717



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