TOWN OF ELLERY, BEMUS POINT, NEW YORK
Compiled by Loraine C. Smith, Town of Ellery
Paddock, Infant. bd. Jan. 15, 1970 or 80 Lot 238 G - 13. Stillborn.
Page, Alice E. b. 1850. d. Jan. 31, 1927 Town of Ellery. bd. Feb. 2, 1918 Lot 292 G - 6. Age 76. d/o Early & Elizabeth (Mulholland) Page. w/o Wilson C. Starks. 1847 - 1915. bd. Sept. 18, 1915 Lot 292 G - 3. Age 68.
Page, Devillo D. b. Dec. 17, 1853/1854 Machias, Cattaraugus County, NY. d. Oct. 25, 1921 Town of Ellery. bd Dec. 15, 1921 Lot 292 G - 4. Age 68/10/8. s/o Early & Elizabeth (Mulholland) Page. Never married. He was for many years a gardner for J. W. Klinck, owner of a Packing Company in Buffalo, NY.
Palmer, Charles. d. Dec. 1911. bd. Dec. 14, 1911 Lot 1 G - 4. w/ Mary ( ).
Palmer, Mary ( ). d. 1896. bd. June 3, 1896 Lot 1 G - 3.
Children of Charles & Mary ( ) Palmer included:
1. Frederick Palmer. xxxx-1893. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
2. George Palmer. xxxx-1893. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
Palmer, Frederick. d. Sept. 1893. bd Sept. 30, 1893 Lot 1 WS G - 1. s/o Charles & Mary Palmer.
Palmer, George, d. 1893. bd. Oct. 2, 1893 Lot 1 WS G - 2. s/o Charles & Mary Palmer.
Palmer, Robert H. 1919 - 1977. bd. July 1, 1977 Lot 375 G - 11. w/ Jane. b. 1921.
Parker, Albert O. d. May 25, 1913 Forestville, NY. bd. Lot 60W G - 1. Age 58. s/o Charles Parker MD.
Parker, Alton Hale. b. Apr. 9, 1887 Town of Ellery. d. Oct. 24, 1979 at his home in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Ashes bd. Aug. 3, 1980. Age 92. s/o Quincy O. & Mary Frances "Frankie" (Hale) Parker. md. Aug. 29, 1922 Detroit, Mich. by Rev. Ames Maywad -
A. Rose Davis. PJ: 10/ /1979: Yellow Springs, Ohio: Alton Hale Parker, 92, of 160 Miami Drive, Yellow Springs, Ohio, died at 10:50 a.m. Tuesday (Oct. 24, 1979) in his home. A retired heating engineer, he was born in Jamestown April 9, 1887, the son of Quincy and Mary Francis Hale Parker. He was a U.S. Navy aviator in World War I. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Malcolm Gillespie of Yellow Springs; two grandchildren: a sister, Maude Fornell of Jamestown; and three brothers, Orrin and Charles Parker, both of Jamestown and Carl Parker of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Sunday in Grace United Church of Christ, Springfield, Ohio. Following cremation, burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery, at the convenience of the family. Jackson Lytle and Coffman Funeral Home was in charge of arrangement.
Parker, A. Rose (Davis). d. June, 1974. bd. June 5, 1974 Lot 289 G - 8. Age 78. w/o Alton Hale Parker.
Child of Alton Hale & A. Rose (Davis) Parker was:
1. Irene Catherine Parker. b. Aug. 20, 1924 in Calif. d. Apr. 27, 1988 Yellow Springs, Ohio. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Malcolm Gillespie.
Parker, Amy. b. Oct. 2, 1808. d. Dec. 7, 1865 Town of Ellery.(DAR states d. Mar. 7, 1865). d/o Benjamin & Mary (Davis) Parker. w/o Benjamin Traphagen, b. Oct. 9, 1799 Mass. (DAR states b. Sept. 9, 1795 Mass.) d. July 11, 1896 Town of Ellery. bd. July 14, 1896 Lot 27E G - 4. Age 95/9/2. s/o Thomas Traphagen.
Parker, Archie Aaron. b. Dec. 9, 1894 Town of Ellery. d. May 14, 1921 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. May 17, 1921 Lot 289 G - 2. Age 26. s/o Quincy & Frances (Hale) Parker. md. June 22, 1920 Ethel Sanford of Town of Ellicott. Ethel md. 2nd. Mar. 7, 1942 - Philip E. Seymour. No children. PJ: 5/16/1721: Archie Parker, a World War I veteran, died Saturday morning at 9:45 o’clock at the WCA Hospital, after an illness of several months. His age was 26 years and he is survived by his wife, Ethel Sanford Parker; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quincy O. Parker of Ellery; eight brothers: Alton Parker of Detroit, Ervin Parker of Klamath Falls, Ore., Carl Parker of Buffalo, Earl, Mark M., Claude and Charles Parker of Ellery and Orin Parker of Akron, O.; two sisters, Mary Frances and Maude Sarah Parker of Ellery. Mr. Parker served nearly a year with the 210th Field Artillery in France. He was graduated from the Jamestown High School, class of 1920 and was a member of Ellery Center Baptist Church. The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. from the home at Ellery.
Parker, Arthur J. "Doc" b. Dec. 5, 1878 Stockton, NY. d. Dec. 11, 1955 Falconer, NY. bd. Dec. 13, 1955 Lot 216 G - 6. Age 77. s/o Nelson & Rose (Johnson) Parker of Stockton, NY. md. Feb. 8, 1899 by Rev. R. A. Parsons - Lena J. Austin. Mr. Parker lived on the Dutch Hollow Road, Bemus Point, NY in 1927. Was with Clark Hardware in Jamestown and Pitts Corp., Jamestown for 35 years. His brothers were William Taylor and Bertrand Taylor.
Parker, Lena J. (Austin). b. May 17, 1879 Stockton, NY. d. Feb. 1, 1965 at home of grandson, Ellis Parker. bd. Feb. 4, 1965 Lot 216 G - 7. Age 85. d/o Gustavus E. & Mary E. (Thompson) Austin of Towerville, NY. w/o Arthur J. "Doc" Parker.
PJ: 2/ / 1965: Mrs. Lena J. Parker, 85, formerly of Falconer, died at 7:30 Monday
(Feb. 1, 1965) at the home of her grandson, Ellis Parker, R.D. 1, Hanson Road, Gerry. She was the widow of Arthur J. Parker who died in December 1955. She was born in Stockton, May 17, 1879, the daughter of Gustavus and Mary Thompson Austin. She was married to Mr. Parker on Feb. 8, 1899. She was a member of First Methodist Church, Falconer, Moon Brook Rebekah Lodge No. 293, Falconer; she had served as district deputy president of Chautauqua district No. 3 in 1949; and was a past noble grand of Sunnybrook Lodge No. 507 of Frewsburg. Besides her grandson, she is survived by two sons, Norris Parker, Gerry; and Earl Parker, Falconer; and five great grandchildren. ......Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Falconer Funeral Home. Rev. Edwin A. Armitage, pastor of Gerry Methodist Church officiated. Burial was in Bemus Point Cemetery. Bearers were Merle Main, Austin Main, Lawrence Main, Clifford Briggs, Allen Briggs and Guy Taylor. Moon Brook Rebekah Lodge conducted a memorial service at the Funeral Home at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday with Mrs. Hazel Jenson as Noble Grand, Mrs. Maude LaDow as Vice Grand and Mrs. Ruth Nash as Chaplain.
Children of Arthur J. "Doc" & Lena J. (Austin) Parker included:
1. Norris N. Parker.
2. Earl G. Parker.
3. Robert Arthur Parker. 1912-1926. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, Arthur W. b. ca 1851. d. Sept. 6, 1872. bd. Lot 51W G - 3. Age 21/11/24.
s/o Jonathan B. & Eliza A. (Mulvin) Parker.
Parker, Benjamin. b. Mar. 8, 1765 Coenty, Rhode Island. d. Nov. 7, 1842 Town of Ellery. bd. Lot 72E G - 3. s/o Thomas & Jane (Bennett) Parker. Age 77 yrs 8 mo.
md. Jan. 7, 1788 Hartford, Conn. - Mary Davis. At the early stage of the Revolution he was too young to enlist but during the latter part of the war he served for three years the Colonial government with an ox-team and cart as a transport. After his marriage they moved to Saratoga County, NY, and later to Washington and Otsego Counties, coming to Chautauqua County in 1816, locating in the Town of Ellery where he purchased 120 acres of land, and where they continued to reside until his death.,
Parker, Mary (Davis). b. June 2, 1771 Hartford, Conn. d. Jan. 26, 1847 Town of Ellery. bd. Jan. 27, 1847 Lot 72E G - 4. Age 77. d/o Ebenezer & Betsey (Thomas) Davis of Hartford, Conn. w/o Benjamin Parker.
Children of Benjamin & Mary (Davis) Parker included:
1. Clark Parker. b. Dec. 19, 1789. d. Dec. 2, 1866. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md Rebecca Babcock.
2. Thomas Parker. b. Nov. 14, 1791. d. Feb. 9, 1880. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
md. 1st Hannah Arnold. md 2nd Betsey Maples.
3. Phillip Parker the 1st. b. June 28, 1793 Saratoga Co., NY. d. in infancy.
4. Phillip Parker the 2nd. b. b. Nov. 12, 1795. d. May 31, 1852. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Lydia Kellogg.
5. Betsey Jane Parker. b. Jan. 29, 1798. d. May 3, 1884. Lost her mind at age 18. Not married.
6. Jane Parker. b. Mar. 5, 1800. d. Mar. 2, 1844. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Sawyer Phillips.
7. Benjamin Parker Jr. b. Mar. 24, 1801. d. Dec. 31, 1888. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. 1st Christianna Babcock. md. 2nd. Adeline Sherman.
8. George Parker. b. Mar. 28, 1804. d. Oct. 26, 1898. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. 1st. Almira Gardiner. md. 2nd. Lucretta Smiley. md. 3rd. Hannah Hawley.
9. Diantha Parker. b. July 4, 1806. d. 1879. bd. Albany Cemetery, Albany, Green Co. Wisconsin. md. Aaron Kellogg.
10. Amy Parker. b. Oct. 2, 1808. d. Dec. 7, 1865. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Benjamin Traphagen.
11. Ezekiel Parker. b. Sept. 20, 1810. d. Jan. 27, 1872. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Mary Ward Winchester.
12. Charles Parker MD. b. Apr. 6, 1812. d. Dec. 26, 1892. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. 1st Orlinda Sinclair. md. 2nd Elizabeth Ann Atherly.
13. Mary Parker. b. Aug. 4, 1814. d. May 21, 1896. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Zerah "Zee" Barney.
Parker, Benjamin Jr. b. Mar. 24, 1801 Burlington, Otsego County, NY. d. Dec. 31, 1888 Town of Ellery. s/o Benjamin Sr. & Mary (Davis) Parker. md. 1st. Aug. 8, 1821 - Christianna Babcock. md. 2nd. Oct. 17, 1847 - Adeline Sherman. b. Mar. 9, 1811. d. Oct. 24, 1896. d/o Abraham & Deborah (Avery) Sherman.
Parker, Christianna (Babcock). b. June 16, 1805. d. Aug. 18, 1845. Age 39/2/2. bd. Lot 54E G - 1. Age 39. d/o Jonathan & Rebecca (Copp) Babcock. 1st w/o Benjamin Parker Jr.
Children of Benjamin Jr. & Christiana (Babcock) included:
1. Rebecca C. Parker. b. Oct. 13, 1824. d. Jan. 3, 1866. bd. Lewis Cemetery, Town of Ellery. md. Hiram Haskin.
2. Jonathan B. Parker. b. Mar. 21, 1826. d. Aug. 31, 1864. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Eliza Mulvin.
3. Thomas D. Parker. b. July 8, 1828.d. June 22, 1885. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. not married.
4. Hannah M. Parker. b. July 29, 1833. d. July 20, 1886. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. William Penn Sherman.
5. Sarah Ann Parker. b. Feb. 7, 1837. d. Jan. 7, 1900. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. James M. Hambleton.
Children of Benjamin Jr. & Adeline (Sherman) Parker included:
1. Nancy Parker. b. Apr. 1, 1850.
2. Laura Adeline Parker. b. Oct. 13, 1852. d. Feb. 26, 1952. Age 98. md. Thomas H. Brown of Corry, Pa.
3. Amanda Parker. md. 1st James Hawkins. md. 2nd. Henry Thorton.
4. Albert Ormus Parker. md. Alice Hayes.
5. Mary Jane Parker. md. George Case. Went west to Missouri.
Parker, Bertha. b. Aug. 11, 1893. d. Sept. 1984. bd. Sept. 29, 1984 Lot 219 G - 6. d/o Ernest Roselle. & Alice M. (Rhodes) Parker. md. Sept. 22, 1923 - Abraham "Abe" Wiebrand De Goede. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery Nov. 12, 1980 Lot 219 G - 5. Survived by daughter, Marilyn Jane De Goede.
Parker, Charles M.D. b. Apr. 6, 1812. (DAR states b. Apr. 16, 1812) Burlington, Otsego County, NY. d. Dec. 26, 1892 Panama, NY. Age 80/8/20. s/o Benjamin & Mary (Davis) Parker. md. 1st - Orlinda Sinclair. b. 1813. d. 1846 Mayville, NY. d/o Major Samuel & Fanny Bigelow (Edson) Sinclair. md. 2nd. Elizabeth Ann Atherly. b. Aug. 24, 1824 Madison Co., NY. d. Oct. 20, 1897 Panama, NY. d/o William Atherly. Dr. Parker lived in Fredonia and Forestville areas. He moved to Ellery Center in 1860 for his health, which he thought had suffered from his being buffeted by the lake winds when he made house calls on horseback near Fredonia. He was one of the pioneer physicians of Chautauqua County. He was proprietor of a large sanitarium located for many years where the WCA Hospital now is in Jamestown. He retired from practice in 1877 because of feeble health. Came to Ellery with parents and commenced to doctor in 1838.
Children of Charles Parker MD included:
1. David B. Parker. b. Dec. 25, 1842 Ashville, NY.
2. Samuel A. Parker. 1897 of Panama, NY.
3. William D. Parker. 1897 of Mayville, NY.
4. Julius W. Parker. 1897 of West Ferndale, Wash.
5. Milton E. Parker. 1897 of Oklahoma City, Okla.
6. Lettis D. Parker.
7. Albert Ormus Parker. d. 1913. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, Charles D. b. July 8, 1828. d. June 22, 1885. Age 57.
Parker, Rev. Charles L. b. Nov. 26, 1848. d. 1916 Denver, Co. bd. Dec. 2, 1916 Lot 179 G - 2. Age 68. s/o Jonathan & Eliza (Mulvin) Parker. w/ Lillian B. ( ). Rev. Charles was a former pastor at the West Ellery Church.
Parker, Lillian B. ( ). 1850 - 1917. bd. May 10, 1917 Lot 179 G - 3. Age 67. w/o Rev. Charles L. Parker. Survived by sister, Nellie M. Parker w/o George S. Lazelle of Bemus Point; and brothers: Bert Parker 1916 of Dewittville; John Parker 1916 of Pennsylvania. Has a deceased sister, Nittie Christina Parker and deceased brother Arthur W. Parker.
Parker, Clark. b. Dec. 19, 1789 Saratoga Co., NY. d. Dec. 3, 1866 Ellington, NY.
bd. Lot 72E G - 5. Age 78. s/o Benjamin & Mary (Davis) Parker. Mr. Parker an early Quaker called Deacon. Later a Deacon of Ellery Center Church and one of the founders. w/ Rebecca Babcock.
Parker, Rebecca (Babcock). d. Mar. 26, 1864 Town of Ellery. bd. Lot 72E G - 6. Age 72/2/2. d/o Jonathan & Rebecca (Copp) Babcock. w/o Clark Parker.
Child of Clark & Rebecca (Babcock) Parker:
1. adopted Permelia D. Kellogg. b. 1832. d. Sept. 29, 1855. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. d/o Aaron & Diantha (Parker) Kellogg. (the niece of Clark Parker).
Parker, Clark M. ca. 1848. d. Dec. 3, 1866. Age 18/3/0. s/o Ezekiel & Mary Ward (Winchester) Parker.
Parker, Clark 2nd. d. May 21, 1852 Town of Ellery, from a self inflicted shot. Age 23. bd. May 24, 1850 Lot 45E G - 3. s/o Phillip & Lydia (Kellogg) Parker. Unmarried.
Parker, Claude. b. Apr. 10, 1900 Town of Ellery. d. May 11, 1968 Fenton Park Nursing Home. Age 68. s/o Quincy Ormus & Mary Frances (Hale) Parker. Never married. PJ: 5/11/1968: Claude Parker, 68, of 147 Buffalo St., a retired teacher well known to several generations of Washington Junior High School students, died at 7:50 a.m. today (May 11, 1968) at the Fenton Park Nursing Home. Afflicted with polio when 10 years old, Mr. Parker, math and civics teacher at Washington Junior High School overcame the handicap and went on to a teaching career of 37 years. He retired in June, 1959, after 35 years at Washington Junior High School. His first two years in teaching were spent at the old Ellery District No. 7 School, teaching grades one through nine. A graduate of Jamestown High School and Fredonia, Buffalo and Albany Teachers Colleges, Mr. Parker came from a well-known pioneer Chautauqua County family. He was one of 12 children. He was descended from Benjamin Parker, who settled in the Town of Ellery shortly after the Griffith, Bemus and Cheney families. Tracing family history had been one of his chief hobbies along with studying bird lore. A personal friend of Roger Tory Peterson, famed expert on bird life, Mr. Parker organized the Roger Tory Peterson Bird Club and spent four summers with capable students studying birds in Allegany State Park. Although not married, Mr. Parker considered he had many children, boys of the North and East sides of Jamestown, who joined the Lyceum and the Allegany State Park nature camps. During his teaching career, he was secretary of the Jamestown Teachers Association and president of the Jamestown School Park Association, which furthered 100-Acre Lot activities. He also had been faculty adviser for the Washington School Court and Guides and had served as adviser for the Lyceum. He also was a member of the Jamestown Audabon Society; was a life member of the Chautauqua County Historical Society; a member of the Fenton Historical Society; and the National and New York State Retired Teachers Association. Mr. Parker was an active member of First United Methodist Church. Mr. Parker was born April 10, 1900 in the Township of Ellery, the son of Quincy O. and Frankie Hale Parker. He had resided in Jamestown more than 45 years. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. J. Helmer Fornell, Jamestown; five brothers, Charles N. Parker, Fredonia, Orrin H. Parker, Ashville, Earl J. Parker, Ellery and Pompano Beach, Fla. and Alton H. Parker, Sanford, Fla; 23 nieces and nephews; and several cousins. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Christ Chapel of First United Methodist Church. The Rev. Raymond E. Risden will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, David Thomas. b. Apr. 18, 1929. d. June 8, 1928 Town of Ellery. bd. June 9, 1928 Lot 289 G - 3. Age 1 month, 20 days. s/o Orin H. & Signe Christina "Peg" (Carlson) Parker. PJ: 6/9/1928: David Thomas Parker, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Orin H. Parker of Greenhurst, died last evening at 9:30 o’clock at the home, aged one month and twenty days. Beside the parents he is survived by one brother, Theodore Richard Parker, and one sister Donna Marie Parker. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the home. The interment will be in the Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, Donald Eldon. b. Aug. 14, 1922 Jamestown, NY. d. Thursday, Feb. 28, 1991 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. Mar. 4. 1991 Lot 385 G - 9. Age 68. s/o Earl J. & Helen M. (Bentley) Parker. md. June 18, 1949 by Rev. Ernest E. Nelson at Chandler Street Baptist Church in Jamestown - Lois Marie Nelson. PJ: 3/1/1991: Mr. Parker was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army for four and one-half years. He was a 1941 graduate of Bemus Point High School. He was owner and operator of Parker Fence Company and was a dairy farmer for many years on Dutch Hollow Road. He was a former member of Ellery Center Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by a sister, Dora Faye Parker Churchill. Has sisters: Dortha Mae Parker Lacy of Coco Beach, Fla.; Doris Parker Swanson of Rochester and DeeLoris Parker of Hampton Bay. His grandchildren include: Brooke Pashley, Leanana and Marlena Rowehl, all of Middle Island.
Children of Donald Eldon & Lois Marie (Nelson) Parker included:
1. Brad E. Parker. b. Sept 9, 1951..
2. Rebecca A. Parker. b. Apr. 14, 1953. md. James Rowehl.
Parker, Earl J. b. June 15, 1893 Town of Ellery. d. Mar. 30, 1970 Pompano Beach, Fla. bd. Apr. 4. 1970 Lot 385 G - 7. Age 76.s/o Quincy & Mary Francis (Hale) Parker. md. June 29, 1919 by Rev. W. E. Bassett at residence of bride’s parents at Ashville, NY - Helen Marjorie Bentley.
Parker, Helen Marjorie (Bentley). b. Mar. 23, 1899 Chautauqua County. d. Apr. 26, 1990. bd. Apr. 28, 1990 Lot 385 G - 8. Age 91. d/o Francis M. & Altie M. (Field) Bentley. w/o Earl J. Parker. PJ: 4/26/1990: Rochester: Helen Parker, 91, of Rochester, formerly of R.D. 1, Dutch Hollow Road, Jamestown died at 5:15 a.m. today (April 26, 1990) in Woodside Manor Nursing Home, Rochester. She was the widow of Earl J. Parker, who died in 1970. She was born March 23, 1899, in Chautauqua County, a daughter of Francis M. and Altie M. Field Bentley. A Florida and Rochester resident since 1970, Mrs. Parker attended both the Ellery Center Baptist Church and First Baptist Church in Jamestown. Surviving are three daughters: Doris Swanson of Rochester, Dorotha Mae Lacy of Franklin, N.C., and Dee Loris Parker of Hampton Bays, N.Y.; a son, Donald Parker of Jamestown; 11 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and a sister, Henrietta Atwater of Quartz Hill, Calif. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Dora Fae Churchill. A private graveside service will be Saturday in Bemus Point Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Friends will be received Friday in Lind Funeral Home....A graveside service was held at 3 p.m. Saturday in Bemus Point Cemetery. The Rev. Richard Neumann, pastor of Ellery Center Baptist Church, officiated. Relatives and friends attended from Rochester, Middle Island, L.I., Lincoln Prk, N.J., and Hampton Bay, N.Y.
Children of Earl J. & Helen Marjorie (Bentley) Parker included:
1. Dorotha Mae Parker. b. Mar. 19, 1921. md. Raymond E. Lacy.
2. Donald Eldon Parker. b. Aug 14, 1922. d. Feb. 28, 1991. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.. md. Lois Marie Nelson.
3. Dora Fae Parker. b. Sept. 21, 1927. d. May 8, 1967 Tampa, Fla.. md. Douglas Spencer Churchill.
4. Doris Marjorie Parker. b. Nov. 17, 1929. md. S. Cornell Sanson. 1990 of Rochester, NY.
5. Dee Lois Parker. b. June 23. 1936. 1990 of Hampton Bays, NY.
Parker, Elizabeth "Betsey". b. Jan. 29, 1798. d. May 3, 1884 Ellery Center, NY of old age. bd. Lot 63E G - 1. Age 88/3/5. Not married. Betsey lost her mind at age 18. Betsey sister of Mrs. Mary Barney of Ellery of Dr. Parker and Benjamin Parker of Panama.
Parker, Eric O. b. Mar. 10, 1959 Jamestown, NY. d. Jan. 25, 1994. Ashes bd. Feb. 3, 1984 Lot 289 G - 13. Age 34. s/o Theodore "Richard" & Patricia (Appleyard) Parker. PJ: 1/26/1994: Eric O. Parker, 34, of 207 W. 4th St., died at 11:55 a.m. Tuesday (Jan. 25, 1994). He was born March 10, 1959, in Jamestown the son of T. Richard and Patricia Appleyard Parker. Parker was a 1977 graduate of Jamestown High School, and was a member of the Jamestown Unitarian Church. Surviving is his mother of Jamestown; two brothers: Bruce D. Parker of Highland Park, N.J. and Andrew R. Parker, Corapolis, Pa.; and a sister Emily J. Wood of Kingston. He was preceded in death by his father. A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Jamestown Unitarian Church. The Rev. Donald Reidell will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery. Friends will be received for one hour prior to the service in the church. The family suggests that memorials may be made to the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, P. O. Box 923, Falls Church, Va. The Powers, Present & Sixbey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Parker, Ernest Roselle. b Aug. 8, 1861. d. Jan. 29, 1922 Town of Ellery. bd. Feb. 1, 1922 Lot 219 G - 1. Age 60. s/o Aaron & Sarah A. (Miller) Parker. md. 1st - Alice "Allie Rhodes. md. 2nd. July 4, 1899 - Mattie Jane Haviland. PJ: 1/30/1922: Ernest R. Parker, died at his home at Bemus Point yesterday morning at 10:30, aged 60 years, 5 months, and 21 days. Beside his wife, Mattie, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Jennie Vanderwark of Jamestown and Lucille and Bertha Parker of Ellery, one son, Clarence Parker of Oregon; three brothers, Quincy and Grant Parker of Ellery and Willie Parker and one granddaughter. The funeral will be held from the home at 2 o’clock Wednesday afternoon.
Parker, Alice "Addie" (Rhodes). b. Jan. 20, 1864. d. Apr. 2, 1896. bd. Lot 219 G - 2. Age 32. Funeral held at Fluvanna, NY. Age 32/2/13. 1st w/o Ernest Roselle Parker.
Parker, Mattie Jane (Haviland). b. Jan. 17, 1868 Corry, Pa. d. Apr. 27, 1951. bd. Apr. 30, 1951 Lot 219 G - 3. Age 83/3/10 d/o Royal Thomas & Caroline (Wood ) Haviland. 2nd w/o Ernest Roselle Parker. PJ: 4/28/1951: Mrs. Mattie J. Parker, 83, a resident in this area for the past 50 years died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Shepardson, Bemus Point. She was born in Corry, Pa.; Jan. 17, 1868, the daughter of Royal and Caroline Woods Haviland. Mrs. Parker was a member of the Ellery Center Baptist Church. Surviving are a son, Clarence Parker of Bonanza, Ore., three daughters, Mrs. W. W. DeGoede and Mrs. Ross Van Der Warker of Jamestown, and Mrs. Walter Shepardson of Bemus Point, eight grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from the Evans Funeral Home, Bemus Point at 2 p.m. Monday. Rev. Harold Knappenberger, pastor of the Bemus Point Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Children of Ernest Roselle & Alice "Addie" (Rhodes) Parker included:
1. Clarence A. Parker. b. Apr. 6, 1891 Town of Ellery. d. Oct. 31, 1967 Klamath Falls, Oregon. bd. Bonanza Oregon Cemetery. md. Elizabeth Glenday Mortimer.
2. Jennie Parker. 1887-1993. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.. md. Ross Van Der Warker.
3. Bertha Parker. 1893-1984. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Abraham "Abe’ Wiebrand De Goede.
Child of Ernest Roselle & Mattie Jane (Haviland) Parker was:
1. Lucille Esther Parker. b. Mar. 30, 1902. d. July 3, 1996. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Walter H. Shepardson.
Parker, Ezekiel. b. Sept. 20, 1810 Burlington Co., NY. d. Jan. 27. 1872 Erie County, NY. s/o Benjamin & Mary (Davis) Parker. md. 1836 - Mary Ward Winchester. Mr. Parker moved to Ellery in 1817.
Parker, Mary Ward (Winchester). b. July 4, 1818 Marcellus, Onondaga County. d. Mar 23, 1910. Wattsburg, Pa. Age 92. d/o Samuel & Hannah (Woods) Winchester. Mary removed to Ellery at age 18. Removed to Wattsburg, Pa. - two Winchester brothers came to Mass. 1635 - one settled Virginia, other Mass. Mary’s father Samuel, brother of Rev. Elhanan Winchester of Mass. Samuel born 1753, served in Revolutionary War, was present when Burgoyne surrendered. Samuel died 1823 Marcellus, Onondaga Co., NY. Mary’s mother was Samuel’s 3rd wife. Mary her eleventh child born July 1818 - at marriage Mary and Ezekiel there were twelve of Ezekiel’s brothers and sisters and their husbands and ten of the Winchesters. Mary last of both families to survive.
Children of Ezekiel & Mary Ward (Winchester) Parker included:
1. Lafayette C. Parker. b. May 9, 1860 Concord near Corry, Pa. md. Minnie Beven.
2. Cephas Warren Parker. lived at Wayne, Pa.
3. Clark M. Parker. ca. 1848-1866. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
4. Mrs. Teresa A. Parker Cooper. lived at Wayne, Pa.
Parker, George. b. Mar. 28, 1804. d. Oct. 26, 1898 South Valley, Cattaraugus County, NY. bd. Oct. 28, 1898 Lot 36E G - 3. Age 74/7/2. s/o Benjamin & Mary (Davis) Parker. md. 1st Almira Gardiner. md. 2nd. Dec. 8, 1810 - Lucretta Smiley. md. 3rd - Hannah Hawley.
Parker, Almira (Gardiner). b. 1805. d. Feb. 5, 1832. bd. Lot 36E G - 1. Age 27. 1st w/o George Parker.
Parker, Lucretta (Smiley). b. Dec. 8, 1810. d. May 31, 1869. bd. Lot 36E G - 2. Age 58/6/23. 2nd w/o George Parker.
Parker, Hannah (Hawley). b. 1804. d. July 28, 1885 South Valley, Cattarauqua County, NY. Age 78 yr 24 days. 3rd w/o George Parker.
Children of George Parker included:
1. Lewis T. Parker. d. July 14, ____. resided in Laona.
2. Charles D. Parker. b. 1840. d. June 17, 1917 Town of Ellicott. bd. Fluvanna Cemetery. md. 1st Sylvia Norton. md. 2nd. Harriett _______.
3. Chester "Chet" Parker. b. Feb. 22, 1832. d. Aug. 17, 1895. bd. Fluvanna Cemetery.
4. Olive Parker. md. William Dickerson.
5. George W. Parker. b. Town of Ellery. d. Jan. 15, 1961 Calif. bd. Sunnyslope, Calif. md. Anna ( )
6. Levi Parker. b, 1835. d. Jan. 25, 1913. bd. Fluvanna Cemetery. md. 1st - Hannah Pickard. md. 2nd. Phoebe Bonsteel.
Parker, Gerald Clarence "Jerry". b. July 6, 1904 Dewittville, NY. d. May 18, 1967 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. May 20, 1967 Lot 455 G - 7. Age 62/10/12. s/o Clarence A. & Julia (Cohn) Parker. md. June 15, 1931 - Kathleen P. Rodgers. PJ: 5/18/1967: Gerald C. Parker, of Greenhurst, former area businessman died at WCA Hospital at 5:20 a.m. today (May 18, 1967). Mr. Parker was born July 6, 1904, in Dewittville, the son of Clarence A. and Julia Cohn Parker. He owned the former Parker’s Place, now called the Starlight, and operated the restaurant for 18 years, at Greenhurst. Following the sale of the restaurant, he operated the Greenhurst Drive-In for 10 years and for the past six years, has been a salesman at McFadden Ford Co. Mr. Parker was a charter member of the Ellery Rod and Gun Club and an exempt member of the Fluvanna Fire Department. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Kathleen Parker; a daughter, Mrs. Susanne Clark, Lakewood; two sisters, Mrs. Theodore Engdahl and Mrs. Robert Engdahl; and a brother, Gorman Parker of Dewittville; and three grandchildren and his mother, Mrs. Julia Parker, Dewittville. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the Evans Funeral Home, Bemus Point. The Rev. James Cotter of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Bemus Point, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, Kathleen P. (Rodgers). b. July 15, 1907 Glasgow, Scotland. d. Jan. 22, 1996 Heritage Green Health Care Center, Greenhurst, NY. bd. Jan. 25, 1996 Lot 455 G - 8. d/o Hugh Francis & Ellen (McMillen) Rodgers. w/o Gerald Clarence "Jerry" Parker. PJ: 1/23/1996: Bemus Point: Kathleen P. Parker, 88, of High Acres Mobile Home Park, Bemus Point, formerly of Heinaman Road, Greenhurst, died at 10:55 a.m. Monday
(Jan. 22, 1996) in the Heritage Green Health Care Center. A Jamestown resident since 1909, she was born July 15, 1907 in Glasgow, Scotland, the daughter of Hugh and Ellen McMillan Rodgers. Formerly she owned and operated Parker’s Restaurant, the Greenhurst Drive-in Restaurant and was postmistress for the Greenhurst Post Office for six years. She was also employed by Mary Wyquist Household Sales for many years. She was a communicant of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Bemus Point where she was organist for over 40 years, and a former member of the Altar and Rosary Society of the Church. She was a life member of the Fluvanna and Bemus Point Parents Teachers Association, member of the Fluvanna Volunteer Fire Auxiliary and the Ellery Rod and Gun Club. Surviving are a daughter, M. Suzanne Clark of Lakewood; five grandchildren: Jill Coe, John Clark and Patricia Holsinger of Frewsburg, Molly Martin of North Windham, Conn,, and Barbara Clark of Lakewood; five great-grandchildren; a brother, James Rodgers of Bemus Point; two sisters: Isabelle Folkins of Bemus Point and Mary Johnson of Lancaster, Pa. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald C. Parker, whom she married June 15, 1931, and who died May 18, 1967; two sisters: Ellen Hartley and Patricia Gizncio; and a brother, Hugh "Sonny" Rodgers. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Thursday in Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Bemus Point. The Rev. Ralph P. Federico, pastor, will be celebrant. Burial will be in the Bemus Point Cemetery.....Bearers at the funeral were: James. Holsinger, Dennis Coe, John Clark, Dennis and Michael Rodgers and James Engdahl. Attending from out of town were: Molly Martin of North Windham, Conn.; Sarah Christina of Honeoye, N.Y. A Christian Wake Service was led Wednesday evening in the Lind Funeral Home, Inc. by the Rev. Federico.
Parker, Hannah M. b. Apr. 29, 1833. d. July 20, 1886. bd. Lot 188 G - 2. Age 58. d/o Benjamin Jr. & Christiana (Babcock) Parker. md. July 13, 1854 - William Penn Sherman. b. Dec. 12, 1827. d. Nov. 27, 1879. bd. Lot 188 G - 3. s/o Joseph L. & Phoebe (Winslow) Sherman.
Parker, Irene Catherine. b. Aug. 20, 1924 Calif. d. Apr. 27, 1988 Yellow Springs, Ohio. bd. Lot 289 G - 12. d/o Alton Hale & A. Rose (Davis) Parker. md. Malcolm Gillespie.
Parker, Jane. b. Mar. 5, 1800 Burlington, Otsego County, NY. d. Mar. 2, 1844 Stockton, NY. d/o Benjamin & Mary (Davis) Parker. md. 1816 - Sawyer Phillips. b. May 16, 1791 Ashfield, Frankin County, Ma. d. June 4, 1871 Stockton, NY. s/o Phillip Phillips Jr.
Parker, Jane Ann. d. July 30, 1825. Age 1 year 8 months. bd. Lot 63E G - 4. d/o Thomas & Hannah (Arnold) Parker.
Parker, Jennie. b. Oct. 7, 1887 Town of Ellery. d. Dec. 10, 1993 Warren General Hospital, Warren, Pa. bd. Dec. 14, 1993 Lot 219 G - 9. Age 106. d/o Ernest Rosalle & Alice "Allie" (Rhodes) Parker. md. Sept. 10, 1913 at home of bride’s parents - Ross E. Van Der Warker. b. Jan. 17, 1890 Ross Mills, NY. d. Apr. 27, 1959 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. Apr. 29, 1959 Lot 219 G - 4. Age 69. s/o Edwin & Ella (Sealy) Van Der Warker. PJ: 12/12/1993: Warren, Pa: Jennie Van Der Warker, 106, of R.D. 2, Sugar Grove, Pa., formerly of Jamestown, died at 7 p.m. Friday (Dec. 10, 1993) in Warren General Hospital. Mrs. Van Der Warker was born Oct. 7, 1887 in the Town of Ellery, a daughter of Ernest R. and Alfreda Rhodes Parker. She was the eldest member of the First United Methodist Church of Jamestown, and was a member of the Sugar Grove Senior Center. She is survived by a daughter Zoa V. West of Sugar Grove; three grandchildren, Sandra Utegg of Columbus, Pa., Gary R. West of Sugar Grove, Pa., and Craig C. West of Lakewood; 10 great-grandchildren; 12 great great-grandchildren; and a sister, Lucile Shepardson of Jamestown. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ross E. Van Der Warker, whom she married Sept. 10, 1913, and who died April 27, 1959; a brother, Clarence A. Parker; and a sister, Bertha P. DeGoede. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Powers, Present & Sixbey Funeral Home. The Rev. Robert Klingler, pastor of Sugar Grove United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.......Attending the funeral from away were relatives and friends from Sugar Grove, and Columbus, Pa., and Bemus Point.
Child of Jennie Parker & Ross E. Van Der Warker was:
1. Zoa Van Der Warker. md. Floyd H. West.
Parker, Jonathan B. b. Mar. 21, 1826. d. Aug. 31, 1864. bd. Lot 51E G - 2. s/o Benjamin Jr. & Christiana (Babcock) Parker. md. June 14, 1840 - Eliza Mulvin.
Parker, Eliza (Mulvin). b. Aug. 22, 1828 Lebeef, Pa. d. Oct 12, 1902/Oct. 10, 1901 at home of daughter, Mrs. George Lazell. bd. Lot 51E G - 2. Age 80/8/2. w/o Jonathan Parker.
Children of Jonathan B. & Eliza (Mulvin) Parker included:
1. Nellie May Parker. b. Aug. 3, 1863. d. Nov. 2, 1945. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. George Stanton Lazell.
2. Nittie Christina Parker. b. 1860. d. Apr. 26, 1862. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
3. Arthur W. Parker. b. ca. 1851. d. Sept. 6, 1872. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
4. Rev. Charles L. Parker. b. Nov. 26, 1848. d. 1916. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Lillian B._____
5. Bert Parker. 1916 of Dewittville, NY. md. 1st Emma Baker. md. 2nd. _______md. 3rd. Mrs. Frances Button.
6. John Parker.
Parker, Julia E. (Griffith) Pickard. b. Sept. 14, 1840. d. Feb. 28, 1927. bd. Mar. 2, 1927 Lot 246 G - 2 on Pickard Lot. Age 86. d/o Franklin & 1st wife Eliza (Griffith) Griffith. md. 1st Andrew Jackson Pickard. 1840-1910. bd. Lot 246 G - 1. md. 2nd C. A. Parker.
Parker, Lucille Esther. b. Mar. 30, 1902 Town of Ellery. d. July 3, 1996 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. Lot 294 G - 15. Age 94. d/o Ernest & Mattie (Haviland) Parker. md. Feb. 18, 1922 by Rev. Martin V. Stone at home of pastor - Walter H. Shepardson.
b. Aug. 1, 1897 Bemus Point, NY. d. Feb. 20, 1981 in his home on Westman Road, Bemus Point. bd. Feb. 23, 1981 Lot 294 G - 13. Age 83. s/o Herbert Jay & Viola (Sadler) Shepardson. PJ: 7/3/1996. Lucille a lifelong area resident. Was eldest member of Bemus Point United Methodist Church, where she was former financial secretary and served on the official board. Was also active in other church activities. Preceded in death by two half sisters: Jennie Van Der Warker and Bertha DeGoede and a half brother, Clarence Parker.
Children of Lucille Esther Parker & Walter H. Shepardson included:
1. Viola Marie Shepardson. 1923-1972. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Carl James Stowell.
2. Lois Jean Shepardson. md Oke Milton Isaacson.
Parker, Lucretia. bd. May 31, 1867 Section O Lot 36 G - 2.
Parker, Mary. b. Aug. 4, 1814. d. May 21, 1896 Town of Ellery. bd. May 24, 1896 Lot 69E G - 2. d/o Benjamin & Mary (Davis) Parker. w/ Zerah "Zee" Barney. b. May 6, 1810. d. Feb. 28, 1895. bd. Mar. 2, 1895 Lot 69E G - 1. 6th child of Luther Sr. & 2nd wife Ruth (Garrison) Barney.
Parker, Nellie May. b. Aug. 3, 1863 Town of Ellery. d, Nov. 2, 1945 Maple Springs, NY. bd. Nov. 5, 1945 Lot 226 G - 3. Age 82. d/o Jonathan & Eliza (Mulvin) Parker. md. Dec. 24, 1883 by Rev. O. T. Wyman at residence of her mother in Dexterville, NY - George Stanton Lazell. b. June 22, 1859 Stockton, NY. d. Sept. 1, 1937 Town of Ellery. bd. Sept. 4, 1937 Lot 226 G - 1. Age 78/2/10. s/o Bryon & Ellen Lazell. PJ: 11/2/1945: Mrs. Nellie M. Lazell, 82, a lifelong resident of the Town of Ellery died at her home at Maple Springs this morning. She is survived by a daughter, Miss Edith Lazell, at home, a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Flossie Lazell, and a granddaughter, Alice Lazell, of Bemus Point. She was a member of the Ellery Center Baptist Church and Ellery Grange. The remains are at the Haskin and Evans Funeral Home, Bemus Point, for funeral services on Monday at 2 p.m. with Rev. A. J. Powell of Jamestown, officiating. Interment will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, Nittie "Christina". d. Apr. 26, 1862. bd. Lot 51W G - 2. Age 2/10/24. d/o Jonathan B. & Eliza (Mulvin) Parker.
Parker, Orin H. b. Sept. 24, 1897 Town of Ellery. d. Nov. 23, 1979 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Ashes bd. May 14, 1980 Lot 289 G - 9. Age 82. s/o Quincy Ormus & Mary Francis (Hale) Parker. md. 1st Signe Christina "Peg" Carlson. md. 2nd. Theresa M. Ostry. b. Aug. 20, 1887 Town French Creek. d. May 16, 1977 Jamestown General Hospital. bd. French Creek Cemetery. d/o Charles O. & Mary (Sullivan) Ostry. PJ: 11/23/1979: Orrin H. Parker, 82, a resident of Ashville for 30 years, died at 5:40 a.m. today (Nov. 23, 1979) in WCA Hospital. He was born Sept. 24, 1897 in the Town of Ellery, the son of Quincy O. and Frances Hale Parker. He had attended Jamestown Public Schools and as a young man worked in the tire industry in manufacturing and as an independent tire dealer, the last being Parker and Carlson in Jamestown. He later worked at Jamestown Finishing Products. He had been an active member of the Chautauqua County Democratic Party and was well-known in political circles. He was a member of the Gracchian Society, and a former president of the society. He was also a member of AARP and the North Harmony Senior Citizens. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Allan Swanson, Jamestown; two sons, T. Richard Parker, Jamestown and Robert H. Parker, Buena Park, Calif.; three granddaughters, Mrs. Samuel Prinzi, Emily Parker, Jamestown and Rolinda Parker, Buena Park, Calif.; six grandsons, Kermit A. Swanson, Eric O. and Andrew R. Parker, Jamestown, Bruce D. Parker, Berkeley, Calif. and Keith and Craig Parker, Buena Park, Calif.; a sister, Maude P. Fornell, Jamestown; and two brothers, Carl O. Parker Pompano Beach, Fla. and Charles N. Parker, Fredonia. He was preceded in death by his second wife, Theresa Ostry Parker, who died May 16, 1977 and his first wife, Signe Carlson Parker, who died in October 28, 1932; a son David Parker, a sister, Mary White and seven brothers, Alton H., Ervin G., Earl J., Archie A., Mark M., Claude and Wayne Parker. A service will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday in Powers Funeral Home. The Rev. John T. Horne, pastor of Sacred heart Catholic Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery at a later date.
Parker, Signe Christina "Peg" (Carlson). b. Aug. 25, 1898 Sweden. d. Oct. 28, 1932 Town of Ellery. bd. Oct. 31, 1932 Lot 289 G - 4. Age 34/2/3. d/o John Carlson. PJ: Oct. 29, 1932: Mrs. Signe Christian Carlson Parker, wife of Orrin Parker died at 3:30 o’clock yesterday morning at the home at Greenhurst at the age of 34 years. Beside her husband she is survived by a daughter, Donna Marie Parker; two sons, Theodore Richard and Robert Hale Parker; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson of Jamestown; two sisters, Edith and Helen Carlson of this city; six brothers, Carl, John Paul, and Averett Carlson of Jamestown, Oscar Carlson in California and Erick Carlson at New Kensington, Pa. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Youngberg funeral home. Burial will be at Bemus Point.......Funeral services for Mrs. Signe Christina Parker were held yesterday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Youngberg funeral home. Rev. Gerhard W. Palmgren officiated. Bearer were Carl Carlson, Averett Carlson, John Carlson, and Earl Parker.
Children of Orin H. & Signe Christina "Peg" (Carlson) Parker included:
1. Theodore "Richard" Parker. ca. 1925-1984. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Patricia Appleyard.
2. Donna Marie Parker. md. Allen Swanson.
3. Robert Hale Parker. md. Arlene Goold.
4. David Thomas Parker. 1928-1928. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, Permelia D. b. 1832. d. Sept. 29, 1855. Age 23/10/10. Adopted d/o Clark & Rebecca (Babcock) Parker. Permelia was Clark’s niece. Permelia d/o Aaron & Diantha (Parker) Kellogg.
Parker, Philip the 1st. b. June 28, 1793 Saratoga County, NY. d. as an infant. s/o Benjamin Sr. & Mary (Davis) Parker.
Parker, Philip 2nd. b. Nov. 12, 1795 Saratoga County, NY. d. May 31, 1852. bd. Lot 45E G - 1. Age 57. s/o Benjamin & Mary (Davis) Parker. w/ Lydia Kellogg. Mr. Parker took up 100 acres of land near Maple Grove, NY, Lot 20. came to Ellery in 1817.
Parker, Lydia (Kellogg). b. Mar. 7, 1807 Rome, Oneida County, NY. d. Nov. 7, 1858. bd. Lot 45E G - 2. Age 51/18/0. w/o Philip Parker 2nd.
Children of Philip 2nd & Lydia (Kellogg) Parker included:
1. Betsey Jane Parker. b. Jan. 17, 1827. d. Apr. 25, 1848. md. Russell Shaw.
2. Clark Parker. b. xxxx. d. May 21, 1852. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. Unmarried.
3. Aaron Parker. b. June 26, 1831. d. Sept. 1914. md. Sarah Miller.
4. Edwin Parker. d. Aug. 9, 1869. md. Almira Kellogg, his cousin.
5. Ormus Parker.
6. Betsey Jane Parker. d. 1848. md. Russell Shaw.
Parker, Quincy Ormus. b. Aug. 11, 1859 Town of Ellery. d. May 22, 1939 Town of Ellery. bd. May, 1939 Lot 289 G - 5. Age 79. s/o Aaron H. & Sarah A. (Miller) Parker. md. Dec. 31, 1885 Town of Ellery - Mary Frances "Frankie" Hale. PJ: 5/22/1939. Quincy O. Parker died at his home, 40 Peach St. at 10 o’clock Saturday night, aged 79 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Frankie Hale Parker; eight sons, Alton of Detroit, Ervin of Kalamath Falls, Ore., Carl of Newark, Earl of Ellery Center, Mark of Capistrano, Cal., Orrin and Claude of Jamestown, and Charles of Fredonia; two daughters, Mrs. Mary White of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. Maude Phillips of Conewango Valley; 23 grandchildren. Mr. Parker was born in the Town of Ellery and was a farmer until seventeen years ago when he moved to Jamestown. The funeral will be held privately today (Monday) at 3 p.m. from the home. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, Mary Frances "Frankie" (Hale). b. Dec. 31, 1864. d. May 29, 1950 Jamestown, NY. bd. June 1, 1950 Lot 289 G - 6. d/o John & Mary (Brownell) Hale. w/o Quincy Ormus Parker. PJ: 5/31/1950: Mrs. Frankie Parker, 85, widow of Quincy Parker, of 40 Peach St., died in WCA Hospital Monday. She was born in the Town of Ellery Dec. 31, 1864. The couple celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary in 1935. Her husband preceded her in death in May of 1939. Mrs. Parker, a former Ellery resident, was a member of the Ellery Baptist Church and Ellery Grange. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Mary White of St. Petersburg, Fla. and Mrs. Helmer Forsell, Jamestown; seven sons, Ervin G. Parker of Klamath Falls, Ore.; Alton Parker, Detroit; Carl Parker of Sodus; Claude Parker of Jamestown; Earl J. Parker living on the family homestead on the Dutch Hollow Road; Orin H. Parker of Ashville, and Charles Parker of Fredonia; 23 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be held from the Falconer Funeral Home at 11 a.m. Thursday. Burial will be in the Bemus Point Cemetery. The body will be at the late home until service time Thursday.
Children of Quincy Ormus & Mary Francis "Frankie" (Hale) Parker included:
1. Alton Hale Parker. 1887-1979. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Rose Davis.
2. Ervin G. Parker. b. Apr. 4, 1889. d. Jan. 1, 1967 Klamath Falls, Ore. bd. Klamath Falls. md. Zelma Falsum.
3. Carl J. Parker. b. Aug. 25, 1890. d. Mar. 12, 1986 Pompano Beach, Fla. bd. in Florida.
4. Mary F. Parker. b. Mar. 9, 1892. d. Oct. 27, 1963. bd. St. Petersburg, Fla. md. James Robert White.
5. Earl J. Parker. 1893-1970. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Helen Marjorie Bentley.
6. Archier Aaron Parker. 1894-1921. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Ethel Sanford.
7. Mark M. Parker. b. Apr. 30, 1896. d. Feb. 15, 1950 Calif.
8. Orin H. Parker. b. Sept. 24, 1897. d. Nov. 23, 1979. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. 1st Signe Christina "Peg" Carlson. md. 2nd Theresa M. Ostry.
9. Wayne Parker. b. Apr. 10. 1899. d. May 25, 1900.
10. Claude Parker. b. Apr. 10, 1900. d. May 11, 1968. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. not married.
11. Charles N. Parker. b. Apr. 9. 1901. d. June 13, 1986. md. Mildred E. Joslin.
12. Maude Sarah Parker. b. Sept. 26, 1904. d. May 11, 1995. bd. Lake View Cemetery, Jamestown, NY. md. 1st. Nov. 7, 1942 - Emory B. Phillipa. md. 2nd. June 30, 1947 - John H. Fornell
Parker, Rose I. ( ). d. June 3, 1974. Age 78. w/o William D. Parker. William s/o Dr. Charles & Orlinda (Sinclair) Parker. A funeral service for Mrs. Rose Parker, 78, of 112 Oakland Ave., Sanford, Fla., who died Monday (June 3, 1974), will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Powers Funeral Home. The Rev. Charles H. Gustafson of Bethel Lutheran Church will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery. Friends will be received by the family after 1 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home.
Parker, Robert Arthur. b. 1912. d. Feb. 1926. bd. Feb. 14, 1926 Lot 216 G - 3. Age 13. s/o Arthur J. & Lena J. (Austin) Parker.
Parker, S. D. b. 1854. d. 1913.
Parker, Sarah Ann. b. Feb. 7, 1837. d. Jan. 7, 1900 at residence of daughter, Mrs. Frank Weekman. bd. Jan. 9, 1900 Lot 60W G - 3. Age 64. d/o Benjamin Jr. & Christina (Babcock) Parker. md. July 4, 1860 - James M. Hambleton. b. Mar. 21, 1830. d. Jan 13, 1912. bd. Jan 15, 1918 Lot 69W G - 3. s/o Moses & Matilda (Sherman) Hambleton.
Children of Sarah Ann Parker & James H. Hambleton included:
1. George W. Hambleton.
2. William Hambleton.
3. Thomas Benjamin Hambleton. 1873-1954. bd. Bemus Point cemetery. md. Maude L. Gillett.
4. Leroy Hambleton. 1876-1960. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
5. Mary Jane Hambleton. d. Sept. 11, 1867. Age 3/1/0. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, Theodore "Richard". ca. 1925. d. Sept. 11, 1984. Ashes bd. Sept. 26, 1984 Lot 289 G - 11. Age 59. s/o Orrin H. & Signe Christina "Peg" (Carlson) Parker. md. Nov. 10, 1956 - Patricia Appleyard.
Parker, Patricia (Appleyard). b. Jan. 28. 1927 Jamestown, NY. d. May 2, 2000. bd. Lot 289. Age 73. d/o Donald S. & Ruth (Dearing) Appleyard. w/o T. Richard Parker. PJ:
5/ /2000: Patricia Appleyard Parker, 73, of 1138 Weeks St., died unexpectedly at 9:30 a.m. Monday (May 2, 2000) in Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital, Cape May Court House, N. J. She was born Jan. 28, 1927, in Jamestown, the daughter of Donald S. and Ruth Lillian Dearing Appleyard. She was a 1944 graduate of Jamestown High School, a 1948 graduate of Syracuse University and had done graduate work at the University of Nebraska. In earlier years, she had been the assistant editor of "Practical Home Economics" magazine. In 1953, she started at "The Post Journal" as a reporter, and later was a copy editor. She left "The Post Journal" in 1957, and returned in 1971, as copy editor, retiring in 1991. Since retirement she continued to write her weekly column, "After Words". She was a member of the Unitarian Church of Jamestown, the YWCA, Jamestown Audobon Society, Fortnightly and the Fenton Historical Society, where she also served as a member of the board of directors. She enjoyed the study of local history and the time she spent at her lake cottage at Wooglin. Surviving are two sons: Bruce D. Parker of Cape May, N. J., and Andrew R. Parker of Aliquippa, Pa.; a daughter: Emily J. Wood of Kingston, N. Y.; four grandchildren: Kyle and Corrine Parker of Cape May,
N. J., Benjamin of New Brighton, Pa., and David Wood of Kingston, N.J.; two sisters: Nancy Luensman of Mayville and Diana Marsh of New Richmond, Wis., and a brother,
F. Joseph Appleyard of East Petersburg, Pa. She was preceded in death by her husband, T. Richard Parker, whom she married Nov. 10, 1956 in Jamestown, and who died Sept. 11, 1984; and a son, Eric O. Parker, who died Jan. 25, 1994. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in the Powers, Present & Sixbey Funeral Home. The Rev. Jeffrey Matthews Lamb, pastor of the Jamestown Unitarian Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Jamestown Unitarian Church or the Fenton Historical Society.
Children of Theodore "Richard" & Patricia (Appleyard) Parker included:
1. Eric O. Parker. 1959-1994. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
2. Bruce D. Parker.
3. Andrew R. Parker.
4. Emily J. Parker Wood.
Parker, Thomas. b. Nov. 14, 1791 Saratoga County, NY. d. Feb. 9, 1880 at home of James Hale, Town of Ellery. bd. Lot 63E G - 2. Age 88/2/25. s/o Benjamin Sr. & Mary (Davis) Parker. md. 1st. - Hannah Arnold. md. 2nd. - June 26, 1862 East Aurora, Erie County, NY - Betsey Maples. Thomas took part in the defense of Buffalo. Came from Otsego County in 1812 to Town of Ellery, Chautauqua County, NY. He with his brother, Clark, who came two years previous commenced improving a farm, for which they paid $2.50 per acre. Each worked at his trade until the farm was paid for. Thomas was also a shoemaker and a tanner.
Parker, Hannah (Arnold). b. May 16, 1799 Burlington, Otsego Co., NY. d. Oct. 8, 1861. Age 64/2/11. bd. Lot 63E G - 3. 1st w/o Thomas Parker.
Parker, Betsey (Maples). d. May 3, 1884 Corry, Pa. Age 86/3/4. d/o Josiah Maples. 2nd w/o Thomas Parker.
Child of Thomas & Hannah (Arnold) Parker was:
1. Jane Ann Parker. d. July 30, 1825. Age 1/8/0. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
Parker, Thomas D. b. July 8, 1828. d. June 22, 1885. bd. Lot 60W G - 2. Age 57. s/o Benjamin Jr. & Christiana (Babcock) Parker. Unmarried. Mr. Parker lived with his father. Had operated flouring mill at East Randolph, NY.
Parker, Wayne. b. Jan. 24, 1899. d. May 25, 1900 Town of Ellery. bd. May 26, 1900
Lot 289 G - 1. Age. 1/4/1. s/o Quincy Ormus & Mary Frances (Hale) Parker. Little Wayne’s funeral was at home of grandparents, Aaron & Sarah Parker. Bearers all uncles were: Ernest R. Parker, Grant E. Parker, Francis E. Aldrich, Charles N. Hale.
Parkhurst, Mary A. b. 1841. d. Sept. 13, 1891. bd. Lot 151 G - 3. w/ Robertson W. Bemus. b. 1840. d. Feb. 3, 1901 Canaan, NY. bd. Feb. 5, 1901 Lot 151 G - 2.
s/o Martin Prendergast & Elizabeth Marcelia (Walters) Bemus.
Parlmer, Charles. d. Dec. 1911. bd. Dec. 12, 1911.
Parment, Arthur F. Jr. b. Nov. 15, 1925 Mayville, NY. d. June 4, 1994 at his home, Bemus Point, NY. bd. June 6, 1994 Lot 284 G - 6. Age 68. s/o Arthur F. & Bertha (Rounds) Parment. md. Oct. 30, 1948 Fredonia Baptist Church, Fredonia, NY - Betty Raynor. d/o Lawrence W. & Verna (Woodin) Raynor. PJ: 6/5/1994: Arthur Jr. a veteran of U.S. Navy, serving with the Seabees from 1944 to 1946 in Siapan. He had lived in Bemus Point since 1952 and he was a journey wireman and had worked for International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union No. 106 in Jamestown for 42 years, retiring Jan. 1, 1989. He was member of Open Door Baptist Church, a member of Bemus Point Fire Department, where he had been a past fire chief. Member of International Order of Odd Fellows, Fredonia No. 382 and a member of Sleepy Hollow Sharpshooters Hunting Camp. Survived by two sisters, Irene Levan of Jamestown and Lucy Schaack of Gowanda.
Children of Arthur F. Jr. & Betty (Raynor) Parment included:
1. Bruce A. Parment.
2. Laura Parment.
Parnell, Fred A. bd. Sept. 19, 1960 Lot 344 G - 9. Age 83. md. Mabel Penhollow.
bd. Sept. 7, 1960 Lot 344 G - 10. Age 73.
Patterson, Elmer H. bd. Dec. 31, 1957 Lot 312 G - 3. w/ Helen Lane.
Patterson, Helen (Lane). b. Aug. 22, 1882 Kansas City, Mo. d. Sept. 1949 Jamestown General Hospital. bd. Sept. 26, 1949 Lot 312 G - 1. Age 67. d/o John & Mary (Enwright) Lane. w/o Elmer H. Patterson. PJ: 9/21/1949: Mrs. Helen Lane Patterson, 67, wife of Elmer H. Patterson, Patmoor Farms, Hartfield, died in Jamestown General Hospital, Monday. Mrs. Patterson was born in Kansas City, Mo., on Aug. 22, 1882, the daughter of John and Mary Enwright Lane. They moved to Hartfield in 1922 and prior to this lived in Atlanta, Ga., Detroit, Mich., and Chicago for some time. Mr. Patterson had been connected with the Furniture Index of Chicago. She was a member of St. Mary’s Church of Mayville and the Altar and Rosary Society of the church. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Luke Boyd of Bemus Point; a son, William John Patterson, Hartfield; and nine grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.....Funeral arrangements for Mrs. Helen Lane Patterson formerly connected with the Chicago Market News, have been delayed by her son and family driving to this city from California. Services will be held from St. Mary’s Church in Mayville at 10:30 a.m. Monday. The remains are at the Boyd Funeral Home. Interment will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Children of Elmer H. & Helen (Lane) Patterson included:
1. Helen Patterson. 1907 - 1967. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Dr. Luke H. Boyd.
2. William John Patterson.
Patterson, Helen. b. Dec. 25, 1907 Kansas City, Kan. d. Jan. 24, 1967 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. Jan. 27, 1967 Lot 311 G - 4. Age 59/2/27. d/o Elmer H. & Helen (Lane) Patterson. md. 1932 - Dr. Luke Howard Boyd. b. Aug. 19, 1908. d. Dec. 1973. bd. Dec. 19, 1973 Lot 311 G - 5. Age 65. s/o Harry W. & Florence (Smith) Boyd.
Paul, Edward C. bd. Jan. 25, 1981 Lot 413 G - 7. Age 75. w/ Jessie Shaw.
Paul, Jessie (Shaw). b. May 31, 1912 Hartfield, NY. d. Oct. 9, 1991 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. d/o Harry M. & Francis Shaw. w/o Edward C. Paul. Jessie md. 2nd. Rolland E. Smith. PJ: 10/9/1991: Bemus Point: Jessie S. Paul Smith, 79, of Box 53,
R.D. 3, Bemus Point, died at 4:33 a.m. today (Oct. 9, 1991) in WCA Hospital. She was the wife of Rolland E. Smith. She was born May 31, 1912 in Hartfield, a daughter of Harry M. and Francis Shaw. Surviving, besides her husband, are a daughter, Janice E. Carlson Raynor of Bemus Point; a foster daughter, Marie Coe of Clifton Park; eight grandchildren, Douglas L. Raynor of Conewango, Dennis F. Raynor of Bluffton, S.C. Marilyn E. Perdue, Daniel H. and Casandra I. Raynor, all of Bemus Point, Linda Curry and Donice Coe, both of Boston, Mass., and Loren Coe of Fulton; and 13 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and her first husband, Edward C. Paul. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Powers Funeral Home. Elder Lynn E. Gatz, pastor of Jamestown Seventh Day Adventist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Children of Edward C. & Jessie (Shaw) Paul included:
1. Janice E. Carlson Raynor.
2. Foster daughter, Marie Coe.
Paulson, Mrs. _____. Ashes of Ernest Paulson’s mother are bd. on Lot 317 G - 2.
Peckham, Lauriston. bd. Oct. 2, 1902.
Peggs, Birdie Nelson. bd. July 12, 1972 Lot 357 G - 4. Age 91. (bd. beside Mary (Peggs) Shanon w/o Clark Allen Shanon.)<>PENFIELD>
Penfield, Grace Edith (Merchant). b. Dec. 3, 1876 Kent, Ohio. d. Oct. 22, 1950 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. Oct. 24, 1950 Lot 234 G - 8. Age 73/10/19. bd. Oct. 24, 1950. d/o Silas & Hattie (Litchfield) Merchant. w/o Edward Penfield. Mrs. Penfield lived on Maple Ave., Bemus Point, NY. She was a retired secretary.
Penhollow, Albert Almon. b. 1885. d. May 4, 1931. bd. May 7, 1931 Lot 307 G - 8.
Age 46. s/o Edgar & Melviane A. (York) Penhollow. md. Sept. 26, 1910 Bemus Point, NY - Mabel Seekings. PJ: 5/8/1931: Funeral services for Albert Penhollow were held yesterday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home in Ellery. Rev. E. M. Jones pastor of the Bemus Point Methodist Episcopal Church, officiated. The bearers were Allen Carpenter, Floyd Ingerson, Earl Penhollow, Irvin Penhollow, E. B. Dake and Eugene Ingerson. Burial was in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Penhollow, Mabel (Seekings). b., June 22, 1892 Warren, Pa. d. Apr. 8, 1979 Jamestown General Hospital. d/o Samuel Mace & Elizabeth (Ordaway) Seekings. w/o Albert Almon Penhollow. Mabel md. 2nd Edward Gilbert on Sept. 16, 1933. PJ: 4/ /1979: Mabel Penhollow Gilbert, 86, of the Manor Oak Skilled Nursing Facility, formerly of 850 North Main St., died at 7:05 p.m. Sunday (April, 8, 1979) in Jamestown General Hospital. She was the widow of Albert Penhollow, who died May 4, 1931, and her second husband, Edward Gilbert, who died July 7, 1965. A lifelong area resident, she was born in Warren, Pa., June 22, 1892, a daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Ordaway Seekings. She had been employed at the former National Worsted Mills and was a member of the Bethany Church of God. She was a Gold Star Mother. Surviving are three daughters, Patricia Furlow, Jamestown, Bertha Ingerson, Bemus Point and Beatrice Nelson, Russell, Pa.; four sons, Cecil Penhollow, Levant, James and Harold Penhollow, Jamestown and Louis Penhollow, Huntington Beach, Calif.; 34 grandchildren; 66 great-grandchildren; three brothers, Chauncey Seekings, Randolph, Orville Seekings, Jamestown and Earl Seekings; and three sisters, Lucy Hammond, Jamestown, Cora Markham, Frewsburg, and Dorothy Brooks, Jamestown. She was preceded in death by three sons, Almon, Ernest and Theodore Penhollow, a daughter, Agnes Baker, three sisters, one brother and three grandsons. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Bethany Church of God. The Rev. Russell I. Hinderer, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Children of Albert Almon & Mabel (Seekings) Penhollow included:
1. Almon Mace Penhollow. b. Aug. 30, 1911. d. June 30, 1973. bd. Mayville Cemetery. md. Marion Pratt.
2. Ernest Francis Penhollow. b. July 5, 1913. d. 1930. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
3. Morris "Cecil" Penhollow. b. Mar. 23, 1915 Ellery Center, NY. d. Oct. 27, 1982. md. Doris Carlton.
4. Bertha Alene Penhollow. b. Apr. 11, 1917. d. June 24, 1991. WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Age 74. bd. Dewittville Cemetery, Dewittville, NY. md. Merton C. Ingerson.
5. James Samuel Penhollow. b. July 26, 1919.
6. Beatrice Mabel Penhollow. b. Aug. 16, 1921. md. __________Nelson.
7. Agnes Lucile Penhollow. b. Aug. 16, 1923. md. Edward Baker.
8. Theodore Albert Penhollow. b. May 25, 1925. d. 1945 while serving in World War II in Germany. bd. 1948 Bemus Point Cemetery.
9. Harold Albert Penhollow. b. Mar. 22, 1927. md. 1st. - Eleanor Clyde. md. 2nd - Ann ________.
10. Louis Martin Penhollow. b. Apr. 26, 1931.
11. Lois "Pat" Penhollow.
Penhollow, Bessie "Betty" I. b. July 31, 1924 Ellery Center, NY. d. July 8, 1979 Jamestown General Hospital. bd. July 11, 1979 Lot 341 G - 7. Age 54. d/o Lynwood E. & Pearl D. (Seekins) Penhollow. md. 1st ______King. md. 2nd George Sheffield.
Penhollow, Edgar. d. Feb. 1920. bd. Feb. 24, 1920 Lot 303 G - 27. Age 3 months.
Penhollow, Edgar A. b. 1856. d. June 1908. bd. June 26, 1908 Lot 285 G - 4. Age 52. s/o John Penhollow. w/ Melvina A. York.
Penhollow, Melvina A. (York). d. Jan. 1921. bd. Jan. 25, 1921 Lot 285 G - 7. Age 65. w/o Edgar A. Penhollow.
Children of Edgar A. & Melvina A. (York) Penhollow included:
1. Winifred E. Penhollow. b. Sept. 17, 1889. d. Feb. 4, 1979. md. Glen J. Baker.
2. Mabel Penhollow.
3. Albert Almon Penhollow. 1885-1931. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Mabel Seekings.
4. Lynwood E. Penhollow. 1893-1944. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Pearl D. Seekings.
Penhollow, Dennis L. b. July 24, 1951 Jamestown, NY. d. Jan. 29,
WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Age 51. s/o Harold Albert Penhollow and
late Eleanor Clyde Hannigan. md. Mar. 19, 1988 - Suzan Berlund. PJ:
Bemus Point: Dennis L. Penhollow, 51, of 151 High Acres, died at 3:07
Wednesday (Jan. 29, 2003) in WCA Hospital. A Jamestown native, he was
July 24, 1951, the son of Harold Penhollow and the late Eleanor Clyde
He was a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving in the U. S. Army from
to 1971, and was employed by Keywell Vac Air in Frewsburg. He was a
of Ira Lou Spring Post 149 American Legion. He enjoyed riding his
and was loved by his aunts, uncles and his many nieces, nephews and
Surviving, besides his father of Jamestown, are his wife, the former
Berlund, whom he married March 19, 1988; two sons: Dennis Penhollow II
Jamestown and Danny DePasquale of Falconer; a daughter, Jennifer Vangel
Jamestown; two grandchildren: Dennis Penhollow III of Greenhurst and
Kepler of Jamestown; a sister Dawn Erickson of Jamestown; a brother,
Rev. Douglas Penhollow of Tampa, Fla.; a stepbrother, Roman Gedz of
Ore.; and a stepsister, Rosalie Motter of Fort Myers, Fla. Besides his
he was preceded in death by a brother, Theodore Penhollow; and his
Ann Penhollow. the funeral service will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday in
Lind funeral Home. The Rev. Douglas Penhollow will officiate. Burial
be in Bemus Point Cemetery. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7
9 p.m. Friday in the funeral home. Memorial may be made to a charity of
Penhollow, Ernest Francis. b. July 5, 1913 Town of Ellery. d. Aug. 27, 1930 drowned in Chautauqua Lake. bd. Aug. 30, 1930. Lot 307 G - 6. Age 17. s/o Albert & Mabel (Seekings) Penhollow. PJ: 8/28/1930: The Jamestown Fire Department inhalator failed to save the life of Ernest Penhollow, 17 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Penhollow, who reside near Dewittville, when he drowned at Point Chautauqua at 12:15 o’clock yesterday noon. With several caddies who were employed with him at the Point Chautauqua Golf Course, Penhollow went out on the lake in a rowboat. He dove into the water not far from the steamboat dock, which at that point is only four or five feet deep, and he swam around for a short time before he suddenly sank. The boys attempted to locate him, but James Houston, caddy master at the golf grounds, was successful in finding the body after half an hour. Captain Bernard G. Swanson and Mechanic Charles Harrison of the Fire Department took the inhalator there in answer to a call sent to police headquarters. The two firemen, with Dr. Guy Granger of Mayville and Under Sheriff Ernest A. Gossett, worked over the body for two hours, but they were unable to effect resuscitation......The funeral of Ernest Penhollow was held at Dewittville Christian Church, Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Rev. Albert Loucks of the Christian Church conducted the services. Music was furnished by the Dewittville Quartet, comprising of, Clancy Gage, Harland Gage, Allen Leet and Ernest Strickland. Bearers were Clancy Seekins, Orvil Seekings, Orma Seekings, Earl Seekings, Lynwood Penhollow and Leo Hammond. The caddy boys of the Point Chautauqua Golf Course, about fifteen, attended in a body. Burial was in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Penhollow, Fred. b. Town of Poland. d. Feb. 4, 1938. md. 1st. - Dora Chapel. md. 2nd. - Jane Priscilla Thompson. b. Apr. 22, 1878 Town of Ellery. d. Apr. 7, 1951 Norwich, NY. bd. Pine Hill Cemetery, Falconer, NY. d/o Quincy Melvin & Alive (Vincent) Thompson.
Penhollow, Dora (Chapel). bd. Feb. 8, 1894 Lot 285 G - 1. 1st w/o Fred Penhollow.
Children of Fred & Dora (Chapel) Penhollow included:
1. Irvin Penhollow. b. Feb. 22, 1889 Ellery Center. d. Feb. 26, 1966. bd. Clarks Corners. md. Nellie Crandall.
2. Earl Penhollow. b. Jan. 15, 1887 Town of Ellery. d. Sept. 25, 1972.
Children of Fred & Jane Priscilla (Thompson) Penhollow included:
1. Ivan Harold Penhollow. b. Aug. 31, 1905.
2. Izella "Martha" Penhollow. b. May 8, 1910.
3. Martin Quincy Penhollow. b. Jan. 3, 1915.
4. Anne Mae Penhollow. b. May 20, 1917.
Penhollow, Grace. bd. May 2, 1898 Lot 285 G - 2.
Penhollow, John W. d. Mar. 13, 1910 Chautauqua County Farm, Dewittville, NY.
bd. Mar. 15, 1910 Lot 285 G - 5. Age 77. w/ Henrietta Leray.
Penhollow, Henrietta (Leray ). d. Nov. 1914. bd. Nov. 10, 1914 Lot 285 G - 6. w/o John Penhollow.
Children of John W. & Henrietta (Leray) Penhollow included:
1. Rosette Belle Penhollow. 1871-1907. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Elbert "Lyman" Traphagen.
2. Theodore Penhollow. ca. 1868-1990. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
Penhollow, Lynwood E. b. Sept. 24, 1893 Ellery Center, NY. d. Oct. 14, 1944. bd. Oct. 17, 1944 Lot 285 G - 8. Age 51. s/o Edgar & Melviane A. (York) Penhollow. w/ Pearl D. Seekings. PJ: 10/16/1944: Randolph: Lynwood E. Penhollow, of 211 Crescent St., Jamestown, aged 51, was instantly killed Saturday evening when a car he was driving was struck by Train 6, the fast eastbound passenger train on the Erie Railroad, at about 10:30. Penhollow’s wife, Pearl, 47, and Leland M. and Marian Fuller, both of Jamestown escaped unhurt. According to an investigation conducted by the Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Department and Coroner George a. Middleton of Little Valley, Penhollow, his wife and the other couple, were enroute to Jamestown after stopping in this village. Apparently, Penhollow took the wrong street and in seeking to return to Route 17, he turned onto what proved to be the main line of the Erie Railroad. Coroner Middleton said the man drove 155 feet up the track before he halted the car. A man ran up from the crossing and told the occupants that a train was due, and the three stepped from the car, but Penhollow could not be persuaded to leave, authorities reported. The train demolished the car. Penhollow suffered a crushed head and a crushed chest. Coroner Middleton issued an accidental death certificate. The victim was employed by Nelson & Son, Jamestown’s garbage contractor. Beside his wife, Mrs. Pearl Seekings Penhollow, the deceased is survived by two daughters Mrs. Elizabeth Kepler, Jamestown and Mrs. Bessie King, Laona; four sons, Corp. Raymond Penhollow with the United States Forces in Italy, and Irvin, Chester and William Penhollow, Jamestown; six grandchildren; also two sisters, Mrs. Glenn Baker, Dewittville and Mrs. Mabel Becker, Laona. He was born at Ellery Center, September 24, 1893. Funeral services will be held at the Henderson & Lincoln Chapel Tuesday at 10 a.m. Interment will be at Bemus Point.
Penhollow, Pearl D. (Seekings). b. Sept. 22, 1897 Chautauqua County, NY. d. Feb. 29, 1972 Jamestown General Hospital. bd. Mar. 3, 1972 Lot 285 G - 9. Age 74. d/o Samuel & Elizabeth Seekings. w/o Lynwood E. Penhollow.
Children of Lynwood E. & Pearl D. (Seekings) Penhollow included:
1. Elizabeth "Betty" Penhollow. b. July 31, 1924. d. July 8, 1979. md. ______Kepler. md. George Sheffield.
2. Bessie "Betty" I. Penhollow. 1924-1979. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. 1st _____King. md. 2nd. George Sheffield.
3. Raymond F. Penhollow.
4. Irvin Penhollow,
5. Chester Penhollow.
6. William Penhollow.
Penhollow, Mabel. bd. Sept. 7, 1960 Lot 344 G - 10. Age 73. md. Fred A. Parnell.
bd. Sept. 19, 1960 Lot 344 G - 9. Age 83.
Penhollow, Rosette Belle. b. Mar. 9, 1871 Cherry Creek, NY. d. Aug. 14, 1907 Town of Ellery. bd. Apr. 16, 1907 Lot 195 G - 1. Age 36/5/4. d/o John W. & Hennerietta (Leray) Penhollow. md. Dec. 25, 1894 - Elbert "Lyman" Traphagen. b. 1864. d. Aug. 10, 1949 County Farm, Dewittville, NY. bd. Aug. 12, 1949 Lot 195 G - 1. Age 85. s/o Benjamin Parker & Emma D. (Ellis) Traphagen.
Penhollow, Theodore. b. ca. 1868. d. Oct. 22, 1889 Town of Ellery. bd. Lot 285 G - 3. Age 21/2/4. s/o John W. & Hennerietta (Leray) Penhollow.
Penhollow, Theodore Albert. b. Mar. 25, 1925 Town of Ellery. d. March 27, 1945. bd. Oct. 21, 1948 Lot 307 G - 15. Age 19. s/o Albert Almon & Mabel (Seekings) Penhollow. PJ: 10/21/1948: The body of another area serviceman, PFC, Theodore A. Penhollow, 19, son of Mrs. Mabel Seekings Gilbert of 1010 Jefferson St., Jamestown, and the late Albert Penhollow, Bemus Point, will arrive in Kennedy this evening for re-burial services at the Falconer Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Saturday. Rev. R. W. Neathery will officiate and Ellery Memorial Post, American Legion of Bemus Point, will conduct the ritual at the grave in Bemus Point Cemetery. Pvt. Penhollow was killed in action on March 27, 1945 in Germany while serving in the infantry with Patton’s Third Army. He had been overseas since August 1944. Born in the Town of Ellery on May 25, 1925, he attended Bemus Point High School, and before entering the armed forces August 23, 1943, was employed at the National Worsted Mills, Inc. in Falconer. After taking basic training at Camp Upton in an Engineers Battalion he was sent to Plattsburg Barracks, then to Fort Devens, Mass., Elkins W. Va. and Fort Dix, N.J. When he arrived overseas, he was transferred to the Infantry. Surviving besides his mother, are four brothers, Almon Penhollow, Mayville, Cecil Penhollow, Stockton and James and Harold Penhollow of Jamestown; four sisters, Mrs. Bertha Ingerson, Bemus Point, Mrs. Beatrice Lohnes, Akely, Pa. and the Misses Agnes and Lois Penhollow, Jamestown; a half-sister, Miss Patricia Gilbert, Jamestown; and his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seekings, Jamestown.....Military services in memory of PFC Theodore A. Penhollow, 1010 Jefferson Street, who was killed in action in Germany were held Saturday afternoon from the Falconer Funeral Home, Rev. R. W. Neathery, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Falconer, officiating. Bearers were Glenwood Stowell, Donald Stowell, Herman Johnson, Glenn Elwell, Warren Norton and Paul Samuelson, all schoolmates of the soldier. Ellery Memorial Post American Legion of Bemus Point, conducted the services at the grave in Bemus Point Cemetery, with Clark D. Lord, commander and John M. Abraham, chaplain. The firing squad, under the command of Herbert Crandall, included Donald Kelderhouse, John Heck, Charles Hallberg, Ralph Haskins, Willard Keste and Arthur Ingerson. Warren Powell was bugler and Walter Russ and James Russ were flag bearers.
Penhollow, Walter L. bd. Jan. 27, 1922 Lot 303 G - 33. Age 6 months.
Peregrine, Alfred Brownell. d. May 10, 1871. bd. Lot 262 G - 3 on Brownell Lot. Age 2/0/17. s/o John M. & Elizabeth "Bessie" M. (Brownell) Peregrine.
Peregrine, Elizabeth "Bessie" M. (Brownell). b. Oct. 9, 1840 Town of Ellery. d. Sept. 25, 1884 Jamestown, NY. bd. Lot 262 G - 4. Age 43/11/17. d/o Peter Reasoner & Rhoda (Putnam) Brownell. w/o John M. Peregrine.
Perey, Emily (Squibt) b. England. d. 1913 at home of George Smith in Ellery Center, NY. bd. May 11, 1913 Lot 303 G - 17. Age 83.
Perkstaff, Mary. d. 1809. bd. Mar. 1, 1809 Section O Lot 34 G - 3. Age 88.
Persons, Jasper. b. Feb. 23, 1854. d. Apr. 9, 1923 Maple Springs., NY. bd. Apr. 10, 1923 Lot 240 G - 3 the Warner Lot. Age 69. s/o Harrison & Susan (Stom) Persons. md. Nov. 12, 1885 - Lizzie Reid. Jasper Persons worked for Frank Warner as a farm laborer. His funeral was held from their home. Bearers all nephews: George Dunham, George, Arthur, Elmer, James and Elton Persons. Attending the funeral from away were: George Dungam, Warren, Pa.; George and Arthur Persons, Cherry Creek; Mrs. Laura Stewart and son, Detroit, Mich.; Ms. Ella Persons, Elmer Persons, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cobb, Portland, NY; Mr. and Mrs. James Persons, Towerville; Mr. and Mrs. P. Joslyn, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Gardner, Jamestown; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgs, Denton Corners; and Mr. and Mrs. John Persons of Pickard St., Ellery.
Peterman, Clyde E. b. Aug. 20, 1892 Pennsylvania. d. Mar. 13, 1955 VA Hospital, Fayettville, N. C. bd. Mar. 19, 1955 Lot 343 G - 7. Age 62. s/o William & Etta (Moore) Peterman. w/ Esther __________. Mr. Peterman was a painter. World War I.
Peterson, Allen R. b. Apr. 22, 1918 Jamestown, NY. d. Feb. 13, 1995 in emergency room of WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. Feb. 16, 1995 Lot 264 G - 10. Age 76. s/o Harold R. & Margaret (Broadhead) Peterson. w/ Bette L. Bramston. PJ: 2/14/1995: Ashville: Allen R. Peterson, 76, of 3037 Route 394, Ashville, died at 7:44 a.m. Monday (Feb. 13, 1995) in the emergency room of WCA Hospital. A lifelong area resident, he was born April 22, 1918, in Jamestown, the son of Harold R. and Margaret Broadhead Peterson. He was a 20 year employee of former Blackstone Corp. and owned and operated with his son, the Bait Pond in Ashville, since 1948. Was a veteran of World War II, serving in U.S. Army, and a member of Lake Chautauqua Memorial Post 8647 Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mayville. Surviving are four sons: David R. Peterson, Bemus Point, Allen Lee and Dennis "Joe" Peterson, both of Ashville; two step-granddaughters, Sherrie and Shellee Weldon, both of Kiantone; and a sister, Gail Olson of Jamestown. He was preceded in death by his wife, Bette L. Bramston Peterson, who died Dec. 17, 1988. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Lind Funeral Home. The Rev. Donald E. Ray, WCA Hospital chaplain, will officiate. Burial will be in the Bemus Point Cemetery.
Peterson, Bette L. (Bramston). d. Dec. 17, 1988. bd. Dec. 30, 1988 Lot 264 G - 9. Age 63. w/o Allen R. Peterson.
Children of Allen R. & Bette L. (Bramston) Peterson included:
1. David R. Peterson. 1995 of Bemus Point.
2. Allen Ricky Peterson. 1995 of Stow, NY.
3. Dennis "Joe" Peterson. 1995 of Ashville, NY.
4. Randall Lee Peterson. 1995 of Ashville, NY.
Peterson Arthur T. b. Apr. 30, 1904 Dunkirk, NY. d. July 11, 1970 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. July 14, 1970 Lot 388 G - 7. Age 66. s/o Emil & Sophia (Swenson) Peterson. md. Fern Sigman.
Peterson, Ferne (Sigman). - b. Nov. 19, 1909. d. Sat. May 28, 2005. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. d/o Jabe and Lyda Baird Sigman. w/o Arthur T. Peterson.
PJ: Tues. 5/31/2005: Ferne S. Peterson, 95, of Lutheran Social Services, formerly of the Frewsburg Rest Home and Bemus Point, died at 4:35 p.m. Saturday, May 28, 2005, in the facility. She was born Nov. 29, 1909, in Latham, Kans., the daughter of Jabe and Lyda Baird Sigman. She graduated business college in Colorado, and had been employed as a secretary for the business manager in the Bemus Point School System. She was a member of the Bemus Point United Methodist Church. She enjoyed needle working, talking books and cooking. She and her family moved from Kansas to Colorado by covered wagon. She was known to be a very selfless person. She is survived by a daughter, Linda Tudor of Lakewood; three grandchildren: Michael Tudor of New Castle, Pa., Kristin Bates of Nottingham, Pa., and Kathleen Delk of Bel Air, Md; and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Arthur T. Peterson, who died July 11, 1970; and an infant son, Arthur Peterson Jr; two brothers: Jabe and Lester Sigman; and three sisters: Ruby Warren, Blanche Fellhauer and Mabel Sigman. The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Bemus Point United Methodist Church. The Rev. Daniel McBride, Pastor, and the Rev. Thomas Delk, her grandson-in-law, pastor, of the Bel Air United Methodist Church in Maryland, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery. Friends will be received one hour prior to the service in the church. Memorials may be made to the Bemus Point United Methodist Church; or the Bemus Point Library. Arrangements are by Peterson Funeral Home, Frewsburg.
Children of Arthur T. & Fern (Sigman) Peterson included:
1. Arthur T. Peterson Jr. died as an infant.
2. Linda Rae Peterson. md. Raymond Tudor. 2005 of Lakewood, NY
Peterson, Edward Henry Jr. b. 1913. d. Dec. 25, 1927 at the family home at East Chautauqua Ave., Mayville, NY, after an illness of eight weeks. bd. Dec. 27, 1927 Lot 282 G - 3. Age 14. s/o Edward Henry & Hattie N. (Mallory) Peterson. PJ: 12/26/1927: Edward survived by two brothers: Arthur Howard Peterson and Harold William Peterson, both of Mayville and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mallory of Bemus Point and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson of Fredonia. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church and Sunday School and of Troop 1, Boy Scouts, being a first class scout and holding many honor medals. A member of the Freshman Class of Mayville High School, being a leader in school activities and an outstanding student as well. Also a member of the high school orchestra. Funeral held from home of his parents.
Peterson, Edward Henry, Sr. b. Mar. 13, 1883 Fredonia, NY. d. Dec. 31, 1947 Bemus Point, NY. bd. Jan. 2, 1948 Lot 282 G - 5. . Age 64/9/18. s/o Henry & Addie (Sage) Peterson, 1927 of Fredonia, NY. w/ Hattie N. Mallory. Mr. Peterson was employed by Empire State Abstract Co.
Peterson, Hattie N. (Mallory). b. May 9, 1884 Stockton, NY. d. Oct. 29, 1969 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. bd. Oct. 31, 1969 Lot 282 G - 6. Age 85. d/o Arthur & Mary (Wood) Mallory. w/o Edward Henry Peterson, Sr. PJ: Oct. 1969: Hattie Mallory Peterson, 85, of 13 Liberty Street, Bemus Point, died at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday (Oct. 19, 1969) in WCA Hospital. She was born in Stockton, NY, May 9, 1884, the daughter of Arthur and Mary Wood Mallory. Mrs. Peterson was a member of the Bemus Point United Methodist Church, its WSCS Society and the Bemus Point Study Club. She is survived by two sons, Arthur H. Peterson of Ithaca; Harold W. Peterson, of Midland, Mich; one niece, Mrs. Stelle Dickerman of Battle Creek, Mich.; a nephew, Robert W. Maloory of Englewood, Calif.; four grandchildren, George E. Peterson, Cambridge, Mass.; Arthur H. Peterson Jr., of Berea, Ky., and Paul E. and Christine E. Peterson of Midland, Mich. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Evans Funeral Home, Bemus Point. The Rev. Bruce Hankey, pastor of the Buffalo Street United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery.
Children of Edward Henry Sr. & Hattie N. (Mallory) Peterson included:
1. Arthur H. Paterson. 1969 of Ithaca, NY.
2. Harold W. Peterson. 1969 of Midland, Mich.
3. Edward Henry Peterson Jr. 1913 - 1927. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
Peterson, Everet "Mack" S. Jr. b. Feb. 6, 1945 Jamestown, NY. d. Jan. 8, 1958 as a result of a sledding accident. Cerebral Edema. bd. Jan. 12, 1958 Lot 370 G - 2. Age 12/11/1. bd. Jan. 12, 1958. s/o Everett S. & Gloria (Mackey) Peterson. PJ: 1/8/1958: Everett (Mack) Peterson Jr., 12, of Dutch Hollow Road, died at 4:15 this morning in WCA Hospital of injuries suffered early Saturday afternoon when the toboggan on which he and four other youths were coasting was struck by a car in front of the administration building at Allegany State Park. Coroner Samuel T. Bowers said this morning that he will issue a certificate following investigation into the cause of death. Hospital authorities earlier had listed the boy’s injuries as a ruptured kidney, elbow fracture and head laceration. An operation to remove the injured kidney was performed early Sunday morning, and when a shortage of available blood developed, blood was brought here by sheriff’s deputies from Red Cross supplies at Buffalo, and was also given by two volunteer donors. The boy’s condition was listed as critical from the beginning and special prayers for him were said at services in many Jamestown and area churches Sunday morning. The boys were members of the two confirmation classes of Lutheran Immanuel Church, which were on a picnic at the park, and had left the main group to toboggan on the front lawn of the administration building. The boys were making their first run down the hill, which ends in a park road and when they reached the foot, the toboggan was struck by a car driven by Alonzo Sharpe, 30, Red House, a park ranger off duty. Park officials said Mr. Sharpe was driving about 10 miles an hour when the accident occurred, and apparently did not see the boys because of some bushes along the roadside. Three other boys were injured in the accident, Gary Swanson, 12, of 127 Camp Street, is listed in good condition today at WCA Hospital, and Wayne A. Johnson, 12, of 1372 Newland Avenue, and Conrad Junior Erickson, 12, of 521 Foote Avenue, were discharged from the hospitals, earlier after treatment for injuries. The fifth boy, Howard Culver, 12, of 408 East Eighth Street, jumped from the toboggan before the accident. Everet, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everet Peterson, who operate a dairy farm on the Dutch Hollow Road, just east of Ellery Center, was in the Seventh Grade at Bemus Point Central School. He was a serious boy, well liked by his neighbors, who saw him frequently driving a tractor and helping his father with the chores around the farm, or riding the horse which he owned and cared for. In addition to his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Esther and Victoria; two brothers, Vincent and Oscar William; his grandparents, Mrs. Esther Peterman of Jamestown and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson of Pierson, Fla., formerly of Jamestown, R.D. 1; two aunts, Miss Eleanor Peterson, Jamestown R.D. l, and Mrs. E. W. Carlson, Nashville, Tenn., and two uncles, Carl O. Peterson of Jamestown and Victor Peterson of San, Jose, Calif. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday from Lutheran Immanuel Church, with Rev. Axel V. Beckman, pastor, officiating. The family will receive friends at the Evans Funeral Home, Bemus Point, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Thursday.
Peterson Everet S. Sr. b. Jan. 20, 1915 Oil City, Pa. d. Feb. 16, 1993 Clearwater Community Hospital, Clearwater, Fla. bd. Feb. 20, 1993 Lot 370 G - 4. Age 78. s/o Oscar S. & Louise (Johanson) Peterson. md. Dec. 16, 1940 - Gloria Mackey. d/o William & Esther (Peterman) Mills. PJ: 2/18/1993: Seminole, Fla.: Everet S. Peterson, 78, of 10653 94th Ave., North Seminole, formerly of Dutch Hollow Road, Bemus Point, died Tuesday (Feb. 16, 1993) in Clearwater Community Hospital, Clearwater, Fla. He was born Jan. 20, 1915, in Oil City, Pa., a son of Oscar and Louise Johanson Peterson, and had been an area resident most of his life, prior to moving to Florida 13 years ago. He had been a self-employed farmer for 35 years and a rural mail carrier for U.S. Postal Service, prior to his retirement. In former years, he was a construction engineer on Pennsylvania Turnpike Project and the Oakridge Project, Tennessee. A charter member of St. Timothy Lutheran Church in Bemus Point and an associate member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Seminole. A graduate of Bemus Point High School. He had served on Board of Education for Bemus Point School System for 18 years, and as its president for several terms. He was a member of Chadakoin Lodge 130, I.I.O.F., where he was past noble grand, the American Rifle Association, the Ellery Volunteer Fire Department and formerly the Ellery Grange. He had been a maple syrup producer for many years, and had been an Agway representative. Surviving are his wife, Gloria Mackey Peterson, whom he married Dec. 16, 1940; three daughters, Victoria Peterson of Rumson, N.J., Esther Thomas of Bemus Point, and Emily Metzger of Lake Placid, Fla.; two sons, Vincent Peterson of Sunnyvale, Cal., and William Peterson of Bemus Point: 12 grandchildren: Kimberly, Mark, Scott and Kathryn Thomas, Lacey, Nichole, William Jr., Luke, Anne, and Shelby Peterson, all of Bemus Point, Tia and Adam Metzger, both of Lake Placid, Fla.; a brother, Carol O. Peterson of Winston Salem, N.C. and two sisters, Eleanor Peterson Ramackers and Victoria Peterson Carlson both of Seminole. He was preceded in death by a son, Everet Peterson Jr., in 1958; a daughter, Tia Peterson, in 1947; and a brother, Victor Peterson. The funeral will be at 11 a.m., Saturday in the Lind Funeral Home. The Rev. Craig B. Swanson, pastor of St. Timothy Lutheran Church, and the Rev. A. Start Drischell, retired Lutheran pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery....Attending the funeral from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson of Winston Salem, N.C.; Victoria Carlson of Seminole, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Todd Metzger of Lake Placid, Fla.; Vincent Peterson of Sunnyvale, Calif.; Victoria Peterson of Rumson, N.J.; Gifford Lawrence of Wilkes Barre, Pa.; and David Lawrence of Rock City, Md. A Chadakoin Lodge 130 Odd Fellows memorial service was held Friday evening with Art Barnes, Noble-Grand; James Wiltsie, Chaplain; and members of the Chadakoin Lodge and the Monitor Lodge 931.
Children of Everet S. Sr. & Gloria (Mackey) Peterson included:
1. Victoria M. Peterson.
2. Esther Peterson. md. David E. Thomas.
3. Emily Sue Peterson. md. Todd E. Metzger.
4. Vincent C. Peterson.
5. O. William Peterson. md. Shelley Decker.
6. Everet S. Peterson, Jr. b. Feb. 6, 1945. d. Jan. 8, 1958. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery.
7. Tia Peterson. d. as a young child in 1947. bd. Sunset Hill Cemetery.
Peterson, Frank Langdon. bd. Oct. 21, 1943 Lot 264 G - 3. Age 85.w/ Carrie Rush.
Peterson, Carrie (Rush). b. Sept. 15, 1862 Bemus Point, NY. d. Dec. 27, 1945 at
1281 N. Main St., Jamestown, NY. bd. Dec. 30, 1945 Lot 264 G - 5. Age 83. . d/o John Burbank & Mary Ann (Brownell) Rush. w/o Frank Langdon Peterson. PJ: 12/28/1945: Mrs. Carrie Rush Peterson, 83, widow of Frank Langdon Peterson, a former resident of Shore Acres, died at 1281 North Main Street at 11 p.m. Thursday. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Mabel Elliott of East Cleveland, Ohio; a son, Harold R. Peterson of Jamestown; four grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. The remains are at the Haskin & Evans Funeral Home, Bemus Point for funeral services on Sunday at 2 p.m. with Rev. R. J. Hurst officiating. Interment will be in the Bemus Point Cemetery.
Children of Frank Langdon & Carrie (Rush) Peterson included:
1. Mabel Peterson. xxxx-1967. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Charles Harley Elliott.
2. Harold R. Peterson. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Margaret Broadhead.
Peterson, Harold R. bd. May 3, 1976 Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 264 G - 7. Age 84. s/o Frank Langdon & Carrie (Rush) Peterson. w/ Margaret Broadhead.
Peterson, Margaret (Broadhead). bd. June 29, 1978 Lot 264 G - 8. Age 88. w/o Harold R. Peterson.
Children of Harold R. & Margaret (Broadhead) Peterson included:
1. Allen R. Peterson. 1918-1995. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Bette L. Bramston.
2. Gail Peterson. md. ________Olson.
Peterson, Mabel. d. May 1967. bd. May 26, 1967 Loy 264 G - 6. d/o Frank Landgon & Carrie (Rush) Peterson. w/o Charles Harley Elliott. bd. Dec. 24, 1945 Lot 264 G - 4.
Peterson, Mathew "Matt" John Emil. b. Mar. 14, 1914 Froolinge Zimmerby, Sweden.
d. June 13, 1996 Heritage Green Health Care Center, Greenhurst, NY. bd. June 16, 1996 Lot 347 G - 5. Age 82. s/o Gustav Emil & Anna Maria (Johansson) Peterson. md. Nov. 13, 1937 - Virginia Clark d/o Fred & Coral (Wilson) Clark. (Virginia was adopted by family of Bitely). PJ: 6/14/1996: Mr. Peterson came to Jamestown from Sweden in 1922. Prior to retirement in 1976, he was employed as a sheet metal specialist for Blackstone Corp., where he worked for 40 years. He had also been employed by Empire Case Goods, Marlin Rockwell Corp., Sprinchorn Heating and Cooling, and All Metal Specialties and had also been a partner in PeCarJo Sheet Metal Co., He was a confirmand of Zion Mission Convenant Church and attended Fluvanna Community Church for many years, where he was a member of its Jubilee Fellowship Group. Surviving are his wife, the former Virginia J. Bitely, whom he married Nov. 13, 1937, in First Wesleyan Church, Falconer; two sons: George E. Peterson of Lakewood and David M. Peterson of Panama; a daughter, Diane M. Anderson of Bemus Point; eight grandchildren: Holly Renee Peterson of Lakewood, Kristin Seeley of Jamestown, Raymond Anderson Jr. of Lynchburg, Va., Wade Anderson of Bemus Point, Mark Peterson of Beaver Falls, Pa., Randall Peterson of Amityville, N.Y., Daniel Peterson of Danville, Va., and Joel Peterson of Panama; one great-grandson; and a sister, Elizabeth Peterson of Jamestown. He was preceded in death by a grandson, Colin D. Anderson, on April 15, 1991; two brothers:
C. G. Ivar "Inge" Peterson in 1994 and Harold Peterson in 1988; and a sister, Nina Anna Linea Sullivan in 1994. The funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday in Fluvanna Community Church. The Rev. Dayle F. Keefer, pastor, and the Rev. Richard D. Keefer, assistant pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Bemus Point Cemetery......Music at the funeral was provided by Carolyn Mattson, organist and pianist, and Debbie Fillmore, soloist. The bearers were: George, David, Mark and Joel Peterson, Raymond Anderson Jr., Mike Seeley and Robert Carlson. Attending from out of town were Mark Peterson of Beaver Falls, Pa.; Raymond Anderson Jr. of Lynchburg, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lupica of Hamburg; and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Grandin, Orlando, Fla. The Lind Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Children of Mathew J. "Matt" & Virginia (Clark/Bitely) Peterson included:
1. Diane Peterson. md. Raymond Anderson.
2. George E. Peterson.
3. David M. Peterson.
Petrie, Lillian (Jones) Winchester. bd. May 5, 1972 Lot 260 G - 8. Age 63. md. 1st Glenn A. Winchester. md. 2nd ______Petrie.
Pfeiffer, Richard. b. Mar. 27, 1878 Austria. d. Apr. 3, 1950 Town of Ellery. bd. Apr. 6, 1950 Lot 49E G - 2. Age 72/0/6. s/o Andrew & Mary (Oldrie) Pfeiffer. w/ Minnie Prussine. Mr. Pfeiffer was a farmer.
SOURCE: Compiled by Loraine C. Smith, Town of Ellery