Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Fri Jan 1, 1915
 
DIED
 
PASCALAR - At the family residence, No. 73 Leo street, Wednesday morning, December 30, 1914, John PASCALAR, brother of the late Rev. Fridolin PASCALAR, aged 70 years. He leaves his wife, Elizabeth PASCALAR; three sons, Leo, Joseph and Her__ PASCALAR; five daughters, Mrs. Eugene RADBORN, Mrs. Michael SCHAFF, Mrs. __ WAHL, Mrs. Joseph BLUM and Miss Carrie PASCALAR; __ grandchildren; one brother and two sisters in Germany. He was a member of Branch No. 264, C. M. B. A., St. Leo's Benevolent Society and Holy Name Society.
-The funeral will take place Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock from his late residence and 9 o'clock at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Burial in family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Buffalo papers please copy.
 
CAMPBELL - In this city, Tuesday, December 29, 1914, Luella May, daughter of Mrs. Lola B. CAMPBELL, aged 26 years. She leaves her mother, three sisters, Grace, Lois and Dorothy.
-The funeral will take place from the home of her mother, No. 1254 St. Paul street, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
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STEPHAN - Wednesday, December 30, 1914, Mrs. Barbara STEPHAN, widow of P. J. STEPHAN, of Lyons, N. Y., and mother of Mrs. Albert FEHR, No. 89 Melrose street, Rochester.
-Funeral, Saturday, January 2, 1915. Burial at Lyons.
 
BURNS - In this city, Wednesday, December 30, 1914, Areuie(?) C., son of Howard J. and Helen M. BURNS, aged 33 years. He is survived by his parents, a brother, Frank _., and a sister, E. Hazel BURNS.
-The funeral will take place from the family residence, No. 425 Selye terrace, Saturday afternoon, January 2, 1915, at 2 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend. Burial at the convenience of the family.
 
LOVEGROVE - In this city, at his home, No. 8 Manila street, George A. LOVEGROVE, aged 49 years. He is survived by his wife, Amelia A., and one son, Louis C. LOVEGROVE.
-Funeral from the residence on Friday, at 3 P. M. services at the cemetery under the auspices of Genesee Falls Lodge.
 
ARMSTRONG - Entered into rest, in this city, Wednesday, December 30, 1914, Nancy Jane, widow of Walter J. ARMSTRONG, aged 56 years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Melvin A. BRUSH and Mrs. Robert GREAVES, and one sister, Mrs. Adolphus HUGGINS, of Calgary, Alberta.
-Funeral from the chapel of Ingmire & Thompson Co., No. 137 Chestnut street, corner of Court street, on Friday, at 11 A. M. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
PALMISANO - Entered into rest Thursday morning, December 31, 1914, at the family home, No. 364 State street, Igna_io Palmisano, aged 51 years. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, Mary; two sons, Michael and Leo; four daughters, Maggie CARASONE, Stella GERRACCE, Susie GERRACCE and Mary PALMISANO.
-Funeral Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock, from the late home, and at 9 o'clock at St. Anthony's Church. Burial at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
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IN MEMORIAM
 
FORD - In sad but loving memory of our only daughter, Edna May FORD, who died January 1, 1914, aged 7 years, 7 months. "Edna, Our Loved One"
             Her Parents and Brother.
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INJURED FIREMAN RETIRED
 
Jacob W. GEBHARDT Is Placed On Pension List By OWEN
 
Hoseman Jacob W. GEBHARDT, of Hose Company No. 3, was retired from active service yesterday afternoon and placed on the fireman's pension list. His retirement was the last official act of Commissioner Charles S. OWEN.
     Hoseman GEBBARDT was injured March 22, 1913, at a first(fire?) in the Carter building, at State and Church streets. His foot was caught in an extension ladder, breaking his instep. He recovered from his injury and returned to duty but on November 1, 1913, he was again injured in a collision of the auto hose and chemical wagon with an electric light pole in State street. His injuries are such that he will not be able to return to duty.
     GEBHARDT was made a substitute fireman in 1900 and was appointed as a permanent member of the department in 1910.
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Sheriff on Wild Goose Chase
     Sheriff BROWN was called to the intersection of Lake avenue and Ridge road yesterday afternoon, where it was reported that a gang of youths were fighting. When he arrived no one was in sight.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sat Jan 2, 1915
 
BORN
 
SCHAFFER - Wednesday, December 30, 1914, to Mr. and Mrs. William W. SCHAFFER, of Chestnut ridge, Chili, N. Y., a son.
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DIED
 
BORREDAILE - Entered into rest Wednesday, December 30, 1914, Carl E. BORREDAILE, aged 37 years. He leaves his wife, Fannie M. BORREDAILE; his parents, Theodore F. and Caroline D____ BORREDAILE.
-Funeral from the residence of Edward FERTIG, No. 319 1-2 Jefferson avenue, Saturday afternoon, January 2, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock. Burial in Mount Hope.
 
AUER - In this city, Friday, January 1, 1915, Bernard AUER, aged 42 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Minnie ROEKER AUER; one daughter, Myrtle; one son, Theodore; his parents, Peter and Elizabeth AUER; two sisters, Mrs. Frank CASTNER and Mrs. Charles WEDEN; two brothers, John P. and J. G. AUER. He was a member of Court City of Rochester, No. 35, F. of A., White Cloud Tribe, I. O. R. M. and Court Genesee, I. O. F.
-Funeral services at the family residence, No. 59 Third street, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
BROWN - At Lima, N. Y., Friday, January 1, 1915, James Douglass BROWN, aged 83 years. He leaves a son, Baxter L. BROWN, of St. Louis, Mo., and a daughter, Marista BROWN, of Rochester, N. Y.
-Funeral service at Lima, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Rush, Monday morning at 11 o'clock.
 
BROWN - Entered into rest, in this city, at her home, No. 258 Alexander street, Friday evening, January 1, 1915, Helena M., wife of Harvey W. BROWN, and mother of Mrs. E. C. DENTON and D. Walter BROWN.
-Funeral from the residence Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
HALL - In this city, at her home, No. 24 Paul place, Friday morning, January 1, 1915, Lovenia MORGAN, wife of Oliver C. HALL, aged 46 years. She leaves her husband, two sisters, Mrs. Frances St. JAMES, of Washington, D. C., and Jennie MORGAN, of Buffalo, N. Y.
-The funeral will take place Monday afternoon, January 4, 1915, at 2 o'clock from the A. M. E. Zion Church on Favor street. Lockport and Buffalo papers please copy.
 
LAWRENCE - In this city, Friday morning, January 1, 1915, at the family residence, No. 378 Knickerbocker avenue, Sarah Helen LAWRENCE, aged 33 years. She leaves surviving her mother, four sisters and two brothers.
-Funeral Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock at Sacred Heart Church. Interment in family lot in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
DESMANN - At Rochester Junction, Friday, January 1, 1915, Mary E. DESMANN, wife of William DESMANN aged 44 years. Besides her husband she leaves two daughters, Elizabeth and Florence DESMANN.
-Funeral from the home, Monday morning at 9 o'clock and from St. Paul's Church, Honeoye Falls, at 10 o'clock.
 
STEPHAN - Wednesday, December 30, 1914, Mrs. Barbara STEPHAN, widow of P. J. STEPHAN, of Lyons, N. Y., and mother of Mrs. Albert FEHR, No. 89 Melrose street, Rochester.
-Funeral, Saturday, 1 P. M., January 2, 1915. Burial at Lyons.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sun Jan 3, 1915
 
RECORD OF DEATHS
 
The funeral of Mrs. Anna SIMPSON STAGE took place Saturday afternoon, December 26th, at 2 o'clock from the home, No. 19 Michigan street, and at 2:30 o'clock from Lyell Avenue Baptist Church. Mrs. STAGE was born September 9, 1876, in the town of Lima, where she spent several years. She was married to John C. STAGE, of Honeoye Falls, in 1896, and lived in that village two years. She had been a member of Lyell Avenue Baptist Church for four years and of the Ladies' Aid Society and choir. She leaves besides her husband three sons, Lawrence and Eugene STAGE and an infant; her father, W. H. SIMPSON; a sister, Mrs. William HIBBARD, of Honeoye Falls, and eight brothers, L. G., O. A., R. C. and G. W. SIMPSON, of this city; C. H. SIMPSON, of Springfield, Mass.; C. D. and G. H. SIMPSON, of Franklinville, and Merle SIMPSON, of Lima.
 
The funeral of John PASCALAR took place yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home and at 9 o'clock from the Church of Our Lady of Victory. Solemn requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. John P. SCHELLHORN, assisted by Rev. Mathias J. HARGARTHER, deacon and Rev. Francis HOEFER, sub-deacon. Rev. Edward BAYER was master of ceremonies. Large delegations from the C. M. B. A. and from St. Leo's Benevolent Society were present. The bearers were George KIRCHGESSNER, Felix SCHNORR, John MILLER, Edward MAYER, George J. SCHANDE and Michael REINHARD.
 
Mrs. Lura M. WHITE, daughter of the late Joseph and Louise PITCHER, died yesterday at the home, No. 36 Pearl street, Canandaigua. She leaves a son, Charles E. WHITE, of this city; a brother, Eugene PITCHER, of Parma and two sisters, Mrs. Emma ALLEN, of this city, and Mrs. James CORBET, of Barnard. Mrs. WHITE had been a teacher in Canandaigua schools for thirty years. Ill health forced her to give up her position recently. She was a member of the First Congregational Church of Canandaigua for thirty-five years.
 
The funeral of Mrs. Ellen TOLAN, took place Thursday morning at 9 o'clock from the home, in East avenue, Brighton, and at 10 o'clock from St. Mary's Church. Solemn requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. Simon FITZSIMONS, assisted by Rev. Thomas F. CONNORS, deacon, and Rev. George McCALL, subdeacon. William HART was master of ceremonies. Father SULLIVAN and SELLINGER were in the sanctuary. Dr. J. F. COWAN, of St. Bernard's Seminary, officiated at the grave.
 
The funeral of Mrs. Irene Frank YORK took place yesterday morning at 9 o'clock from Lady Chapel of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Solemn requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. J. Francis O'HERN, assisted by Rev. J. B. KEENAN, deacon, and Rev. Father McARDEL, sub-deacon. Mass was sung by the Cathedral choir. Bishop Thomas F. HICKEY blessed the body. The bearers were Arthur TURNER, Leo HOGAN, Dumont STONE, Albert CONWAY and Edward SWEENEY.
 
Mrs. Sarah M. STOKES died yesterday at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. James D. SMITH, No. 462 Fernwood avenue, aged 86 years. She leaves, besides Mrs. SMITH, a son, Albert E. FLETCHER, of Canandaigua, and a niece and three other granddaughters.
 
Dorothy BRODIE, daughter of Stephen and Anna BRODIE, died yesterday morning at the home, No. 129 Scio street, aged 11 days.
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DIED
 
HIGLEY - In this city, Saturday evening, January 2, 1915, at his residence, No. 21 Winthrop street, Charles E. HIGLEY.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
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BORN
 
VANDER KOLK - To Mr. and Mrs. J. C. VANDER KOLK, of No. 221 Melville street, a daughter, Monday, December 28, 1914.
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DIED
 
AUER - In this city, Friday, January 1, 1915, Bernard AUER, aged 42 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Minnie ROEKER AUER; one daughter, Myrtle; one son, Theodore; his parents, Peter and Elizabeth AUER; two sisters, Mrs. Frank CASTNER and Mrs. Charles WEDEN; two brothers, John P. and J. G. AUER. He was a member of Court City of Rochester, No. 35, F. of A., White Cloud Tribe, I. O. R. M. and Court Genesee, I. O. F.
-Funeral services at the family residence, No. 59 Third street, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
BROWN - At Lima, N. Y., Friday, January 1, 1915, James Douglass BROWN, aged 83 years. He leaves a son, Baxter L. BROWN, of St. Louis, Mo., and a daughter, Marista BROWN, of Rochester, N. Y.
-Funeral service at Lima, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Rush, Monday morning at 11 o'clock.
 
HESS - At the family home, No. 202 Frank street, Friday afternoon, January 1, 1915, Mrs. Mary Ellen HESS, wife of Henry HESS, aged 40 years. Besides her husband, she leaves a son, Martin HESS; her mother, Mrs. Margaret CARROLL, and a brother, Martin _. CARROLL.
-Funeral Monday, January 4, 1915, at 8:45 o'clock from the house and at 9 o'clock from Lady Chapel, Cathedral.
 
HARTMAN - At Pittsford, N. Y., Saturday, January 2, 1915, Mrs. Caroline RIPPEY HARTMAN, widow of Dr. W. A. HARTMAN, in the 81st year of her age.
-The funeral service will be held at 3:15 o'clock Monday afternoon at the family home, South Main street, Pittsford. Interment will be on Tuesday in the family lot in cemetery at No. 9 Church, Seneca.
 
WELLER - At her home at Freeville, N. Y., Monday, December 28, 1914, Alice, wife of D. L. WELLER, formerly of this city. Besides her husband she leaves to mourn her loss, three daughters, Edna, Constance and Dorothy; one son, Raymond.
-Interment at Freeville, N. Y., Thursday, December 31, 1914.
 
LEADER - Entered into rest, in this city, Saturday, January 2, 1945, Harriet M., widow of Mont LEADER, in her 81st year. She is survived by one son, Herbert M. LEADER.
-Funeral from the chapel of Ingmire & Thompson Co., No. 137 Chestnut street, corner of Court street, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
REDFIELD - At Columbus, Ohio, Friday, January 1, 1915, Mary A., widow of Ira REDFIELD, aged 90 years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mary ELY, of Columbus, Ohio.
-Funeral at Columbus, Ohio. Interment at Mount Hope, Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock.
 
MEATH - In this city, Friday night, January 1, 1915, Bernard J. MEATH, of Canandaigua, N. Y., aged 45 years. He is survived by his wife, Julia ROACH MEATH; his mother, Mrs. Patrick MEATH, of Canandaigua, N. Y.; three brothers, James, of Cleveland, Ohio; Howard and William, of Canandaigua, N. Y.; three sisters, Mary, of Canandaigua, N. Y.,  Mrs. John DUGAN, of Rochester, Mrs. John MARTIN, of Mount Morris, N. Y.
-The remains were removed to Hyland Mortuary Chapel, No. 9_2 Main street west, and will be taken to Canandaigua, N. Y., for interment.
 
PECKHAM - At her home, on the Ridge road, Parma, Friday, January 1, 1915, Mary C. PECKHAM, aged 77 years. She is survived by two sons, William J. and Charles E., both of Parma, N. Y.; one sister Mrs. Frank CRIPPEN, of Brockport.
-Funeral at the home this (Sunday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. Mr. STEVENS officiating. Interment at Parma Corners cemetery.
 
DICKINSON - At her home, Webster, N. Y., Thursday, December 31, 1914, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann DICKINSON, wife of Moses S. DICKINSON, aged 79 years. She leaves besides her husband one sister, Mrs. Amanda C. PROSSER, of Webster; five nieces and four nephews.
-Funeral will be held from her late home, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at West Webster cemetery.
 
BAKER - At her home on the Drake road West Webster, N. Y., Mrs. Mary Julia BAKER, aged 59 years. She leaves her husband, Charles BAKER; one daughter, Mrs. George HERMAN; one son, Burton C. BAKER, both of West Webster; one sister and four grandchildren.
-Funeral will be held from the house this (Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial at West Webster cemetery.
 
ATHERTON - Entered into rest, at Shortsville, N. Y., Saturday, January 2, 1915, Harriet ATHERTON, aged 65 years. Besides her husband, Dauverse ATHERTON, she leaves four daughters, Mrs. Wallace COLVILL, of Shortsville, N. Y., Mrs. Roy CUMMING, of Rochester, Mrs. Ray COLLINS, of Clifton Springs, N. Y., and Mrs. Will HEWITT, of West Everett, Mass.
-Funeral Monday afternoon, January 4, 1915, at 2 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wallace COLVIN, High street, Shortsville, N. Y.
 
WARD - Entered into rest, Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock, January 2, 1915, James E. WARD, No. 40 Weyl street, aged 62 years.
-Notice of funeral later.
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IN MEMORIAM
 
PARKS - In loving memory of the dear wife and mother, Hattie C. PARKS, who passed away January 4, 1914.
     Mother, darling, we still love you.
     Tho' you have gone to lands above,
      Away from all the woes and worries,
      Gathered in God's boundless love.
                    Husband and Children
 
COTTER - In memory of my dear mother, Catherine COTTER, who died January 2, 1914.
    More and more each day we miss her:
     Friends may think the wound is healed.
     But they little know the sorrow,
      That within our heart's concealed.
                         Her Son

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Mon Jan 4, 1915
 
DIED
 
HIGLEY - In this city, Saturday evening, January 2, 1915, at his residence, No. 21 Winthrop street, Charles E. HIGLEY. Besides his wife he leaves two sisters, Miss Mary HIGLEY, of Toronto, and Mrs. George BONTER, of Saranac Lake, N. Y.
-Funeral from the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
HARTMAN - At Pittsford, N. Y., Saturday, January 2, 1915, Mrs. Caroline RIPPEY HARTMAN, widow of Dr. W. A. HARTMAN, in the 81st year of her age.
-The funeral service will be held at 3:15 o'clock Monday afternoon at the family home, South Main street, Pittsford. Interment will be on Tuesday in the family lot in cemetery at No. 9 Church, Seneca.
 
LEADER - Entered into rest, in this city, Saturday, January 2, 1945, Harriet M., widow of Mont LEADER, in her 81st year. She is survived by one son, Herbert M. LEADER.
-Funeral from the chapel of Ingmire & Thompson Co., No. 137 Chestnut street, corner of Court street, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
BROWN - Entered into rest, in this city, at her home, No. 258 Alexander street, Friday evening, January 1, 1915. Helena M., wife of Harvey W. BROWN, and mother of Mrs. E. C. DENTON, and D. Walter BROWN.
-Funeral from the residence Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
SHERMAN - In this city, Sunday, January 3, 1915, James SHERMAN, aged 83 years.
-Funeral from the residence of his son, Frederick J. SHERMAN, No. 611 Birr street, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
 
POTTER - At St. Mary's Hospital, in this city, Saturday, January 2, 1915, Mrs. Jennie L. POTTER. Deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John KNIPE and Hazel POTTER, of Kansas City; four sons, William, of this city, Charles, of Columbus, O., Norman, of Webster, N. Y. and Bert, of Utica, N. Y.
-Funeral service at Ward's Mortuary Chapel, No. 1103 Main street east, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
GARRETSEE - Entered into rest, Sunday, January 3, 1915, at No. 539 Main street west, Henry GARRETSEE. He leaves his wife, Anna GARRETSEE, and one son, Nathan S. GARRETSEE, of Oakland, Cal. Kindly omit flowers.
 
YOUNG - Entered into rest, Sunday, January 3, 1915, at the Hannemann Hospital, Ethel HORTON YOUNG, aged 27 years. She is survived by her husband, James Raymond YOUNG; one daughter, Helen Mae; her parents, one sister, Mrs. H. J. NENNO; two brother, Harry L. and Howard W. HORTON.
-Funeral from the residence of Mrs. F. B. UDELL, No. 63 Lansdale street, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial private.
 
GALVIN - At the family residence, No. 20 Evergreen street, Sunday, January 3, 1915, Helen Teresa BYRNE, beloved wife of Thomas W. GALVIN. Besides her husband she leaves six daughters, Christine, Agnes, Lorry, Regina, Mrs. Thomas GARVEY, of this city and Madam Helen GALVIN, of the Sacred Heart Convent, Albany, N. Y., one son, Joseph, Gerald, of this city, and a brother, M. E. BYRNE, of Philadelphia, Pa.
-Notice of the funeral hereafter. Kindly omit flowers.
 
WARD - Entered into rest, Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock, January 2, 1915, James E. WARD, No. 40 Weyl street, aged 62 years. He leaves his wife, Elizabeth WARD.
-Funeral Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
 
NIPPERT - Entered into rest, Sunday night, January 3, 1915, Philip NIPPERT, aged 56 years. He leaves three brothers, Charles and Fred NIPPERT, of this city, and George, of Chicago; two sisters, Mrs. Frank ZIMMERMAN, of this city, and Mrs. J. ROOT, of Los Angeles. The remains were removed to Bender Brothers, No. 88 Clinton avenue north.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
 
TINES - In the town of Gates, early Sunday morning, January 3, 1915, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Michael J. MURPHY, No. 5 Campbell place, Mrs. Anna M. TINES, widow of John TINES, aged 84 years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Michael R. QUETCHENBACH and Mrs. Michael J. MURPHY, nineteen grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren.
-Funeral Thursday morning, January 7, 1915, at 8:15 o'clock from the residence and at 9 o'clock from SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
REDFIELD - At Columbus, Ohio, Friday, January 1, 1915, Mary A., widow of Ira REDFIELD, aged 90 years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mary ELY, of Columbus, Ohio.
-Funeral at Columbus, Ohio. Interment at Mount Hope, Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock.
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MRS. LURA M. WHITE
 
Canandaigua, Jan. 3 - The death of Mrs. Lura M. WHITE, for about thirty-one years a teacher in the first grade of the Canandaigua public schools, occurred yesterday morning in the home of her sister-in-law Mrs. C. M. OSGOOD, in Pearl street, aged 66 years. She leaves a son, Charles E. WHITE, of Rochester; a brother Eugene PITCHER, of Parma, and two sisters, Mrs. Emma ALLEN, of Rochester, and Mrs. James CORBETT, of Barnard. The funeral will be held from the OSGOOD home here at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, with Rev. Livingston I. TAYLOR, Congregationalist pastor here, officiating.
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BLAZE UNDER SADIRON SPREADS TO BUILDING
 
Neglect of Tailor Causes Fire in State Street
 
When Samuel PENN, who has a tailor shop at No. 268 State street, went to supper late last evening he neglected to turn off the gas under a sadiron on a pressing bench. The heat set fire to the bench and the flames spread to a partition and into the store of Elias MANS, No. 270 State street, where the heat started an automatic sprinkler. The water did about $200 damage to MANS's stock. The fire loss in PENN'S shop did not exceed $50. An alarm from box 272 summoned Battalion Chief SMITH and companies.
     Draperies in the parlor of the house of Edward WEILERT, No. 36 Holmes street, caught fire mysteriously late yesterday afternoon, and $150 damage was done. Battalion Chief WATERHOUSE and companies responded to an alarm from Box 149.
    Children playing with matches set fire to paper in a hallway of the building at No. 240 Monroe avenue yesterday afternoon. An alarm from box 17 summoned Battalion Chief ATKINSON and companies. Little damage was done. The building is owned by Samuel O_LS.
     An automobile belonging to Max A. FRIEDERICH, of No. 2 Ridge road, backfired in a garage in Tallinger alley yesterday afternoon and when the flames apparently enveloped the car an alarm was telephoned to fire headquarters. Battalion Chief ATKINSON and companies raced through Court street to the alley to find that the blaze had subsided. The car was slightly damaged.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Tue Jan 5, 1915
 
MRS. SAMANTHA NELLIS, OF NAPLES, HAS 105th BIRTHDAY
 
(photo of Mrs. Samantha Nellis - From photograph taken on her 100th birthday)
Her Father One of Washington's Body Guard -- Posesses All Her Faculties.
 
Naples, Jan. 4 - Mrs. Samantha STANTON NELLIS, of this village, celebrates her 105th birthday on Tuesday. She has the full use of all her faculties and enjoys the best of health. She is active and is much interested in the European war, reading the accounts in each day's paper.
     She was born in Fairfield. Herkimer county, New York, January 5, 1810. Her father was Elijah STANTON. She was the ninth of ten children and at the age of 20 was married to John Deitz NELLIS, also of Herkimer county. A short time afterward they moved to Allegany county and after a few years came to Naples to the farm which has since been her home. To them were born four children, all of whom are dead. She is the sole survivor of her father's family and her home is with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Rhoda NELLIS.
     Mrs. NELLIS's father, Elijah STANTON, was a person friend of General George WASHINGTON and served through the entire Revolutionary war as one of WASHINGTON's body guards. After the war General WASHINGTON visited her father and Mrs. NELLIS relates many things regarding WASHINGTON which were told her by her father and which have never been seen in print.
     Mrs. NELLIS is a member of the D. A. R. and is probably the only person living at the present time who can truthfully say, "My father was a personal friend of George WASHINGTON."
     Recently she received a letter from President WILSON congratulating her upon her approaching birthday.
     On her one hundredth birthday and on each succeeding anniversary she has held a reception in her home.
     Many friends and relatives are the proud owners of beautifully pieced silk cushion covers at which occupation she has spent much time during the past few years.
     She is fond of automobiling and occasionally attends church service at the M. E. Church, of which, she is a member.
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DIED
 
HIGLEY - In this city, Saturday evening, January 2, 1915, at his residence, No. 21 Winthrop street, Charles E. HIGLEY. Besides his wife he leaves two sisters, Miss Mary HIGLEY, of Toronto, and Mrs. George BONTER, of Saranac Lake, N. Y.
-Funeral from the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
WARD - Entered into rest, Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock, January 2, 1915, James E. WARD, No. 40 Weyl street, aged 62 years. He leaves his wife, Elizabeth WARD.
-Funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock at the house and at Mount Hope Chapel at 3 o'clock.
 
MARKELL - At Greenport, L. I., Friday January 1, 1915, Jacob MARKELL. He leaves his wife, Emma JUDD MARKELL.
-Interment took place at Rochester, Monday, January 4, 1915.
 
BRIDGEMAN - Entered into rest, Sunday evening, January 3, 1915, at the residence of her son, Herbert BRIDGEMAN, No. 194 Bryan street, Emma BRIDGEMAN, in her 73d(?) year. She leaves her husband, George C. BRIDGEMAN and two sons, Herman C. and Herbert BRIDGEMAN.
-Funeral will take place this (Tuesday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the house. Interment in the family lot in Mount Hope cemetery. 
 
GARRETSEE - Entered into rest, Sunday, January 3, 1915, at No. 539 Main street west, Henry GARRETSEE. He leaves his wife, Anna GARRETSEE, and one son, Nathan S. GARRETSEE, of Oakland, Cal.
-Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the house. Burial will be made at Albion, N. Y. Kindly omit flowers.
 
PRICE - In this city, Monday evening, January 4, 1915, Wilson S. PRICE, of No. 97 Pearl street. He is survived by his wife, one daughter, Laura Belle PRICE; one sister, Mrs. Ann VAN DYKE and one brother, John R. PRICE, all of this city.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
 
McDONELL - In this city, Monday, January 4, 1915, at the family residence, No. 626 Wilkins street, Jeremiah, husband of Mary McDONELL. He leaves surviving, besides his wife, five sons, William, James, Jeremiah, Joseph and Francis; one brother, James McDONELL, of Harrisburg, N. Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Joseph BURNS, and Mrs. George STONE, and four grandchildren.
-Funeral Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and at 9 o'clock from Corpus Christi Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
McLAUGHLIN - At St. Mary's Hospital, Monday morning, December 4, 1915, William T. McLAUGHLIN, son of the late William S. and Mary A. McLAUGHLIN, of University avenue. Besides his wife, Mamie CAREY McLAUGHLIN, he is survived by one daughter, May Olive; two sisters, Mrs. William A. GRANGER and Miss Olive McLAUGHLIN, of Denver, Col. The body was removed to the home of his aunt, the Misses McLAUGHLIN, No. 200 Atkinson street.
-Funeral Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Syracuse, Albany and Denver papers please copy. 
 
GALVIN - At the family residence, No. 20 Evergreen street, Sunday, January 3, 1915, Helen Teresa BYRNE, beloved wife of Thomas W. GALVIN. Besides her husband she leaves six daughters, Christine, Agnes, Lorry, Regina, Mrs. Thomas GARVEY, of this city and Madam Helen GALVIN, of the Sacred Heart Convent, Albany, N. Y.; one son, Joseph, Gerald, of this city, and a brother, M. E. BYRNE, of Philadelphia, Pa.
-Funeral will take place Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from the house and at St. Bridget's Church at 9:30 o'clock. Burial private. Friends are invited to attend services at the church. Kindly omit flowers.
 
HOPKINS - Suddenly, in Los Angeles, Cal., Saturday, January 2, 1915. Izilda A. RICHTER, wife of Thomas L. HOPKINS. Deceased is survived by her mother, Five brothers and one sisters of Syracuse, N. Y., and three sisters, Mrs. Florence R. LARSEN, Mrs. H. E. SANFORD and Mrs. W. E. PERRY, of Rochester.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
 
LAMPMAN - In New York city, Saturday, January 2, 1915, Mrs. Grace LAMPMAN, formerly of this city, aged 36 years. Deceased is survived by her mother, Mrs. J. Irving HART; two sisters, Mrs. Albert E. PATRICK and Mrs. Arthur LANGWELL; one brother, George PERRY.
-The remains have arrived in this city, and been removed to the home of her brother, No. 61 Ambrose street, where the funeral services will take place Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will take place in Maplewood cemetery, West Henrietta, N. Y.
 
NIPPERT - Entered into rest, Sunday night, January 3, 1915, Philip NIPPERT, aged 56 years. He leaves three brothers, Charles and Fred NIPPERT, of this city, and George, of Chicago; two sisters, Mrs. Frank ZIMMERMAN, of this city, and Mrs. J. ROOT, of Los Angeles.
-The remains were removed to Bender Brothers, No. 88 Clinton avenue north, from where the funeral will be held this (Tuesday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Funeral private.
 
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IN MEMORIAM
 
ELLERTON - Sacred to the memory of Henry ELLERTON, who passed away suddenly, at his late residence, No. 61 Harvard street, this city, January 4, 1914.  "Thy will be done."
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No. 26 ALUMNI TO MEET
 
Plan First Entertainment of Year. Will Discuss Consolidation
 
After a two months' interval, the Washington School Alumni Association will meet at No. 26 School this evening. The association has many affairs on its calendar which it hopes to undertake before the close of the school year, and several of these will be definitely started to-night. The Entertainment Committee, composed of Julius KAMMAN, Miss Julia ENGEL and Abe DWORSKY, has arranged a program that includes a vaudeville sketch, a piano duet, a recitation and other vocal and instrumental numbers.
     The attitude of this alumni association toward an organization embracing all the alumni associations of the city, will be considered. A Special Committee composed of Joseph GOLDSTEIN, William C. ASMUTH and Miss Dena MEYERS will report.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Dennis LYONS died Sunday night at the home of his son, John LYONS, of No. 46(?) Dix street, aged 65 years, following a stroke of apoplexy. Coroner KLEINDIENST gave a certificate. Besides his son he leaves a daughter, Miss Ella LYONS, of Syracuse. The body was taken to that city for interment. For ten years before last spring Mr. LYONS, who lived in Syracuse, drove an ambulance of the Health Bureau of that city. He was also employed of the BURNS Brothers there for thirty-two years.
 
Mrs. Grace LAMPMAN, formerly of this city, died in New York Saturday aged 36 years. She leaves her mother, Mrs. J. Irving HART; two sisters, Mrs. Albert E. PATRICK and Mrs. Arthur LANGWELL; and a brother, George PERRY, of No. 6 Ambrose street. The body was brought to Rochester.
 
Domenico COCUEZI died last Saturday night at the family home, No. 60 Romeyn street, aged _ years. He leaves two sons, John and Lazarus COCUEZI, and three daughters, Mrs. Mariantonia MARTI_A, Mrs. Giuseppe TANTALO and Mrs. Marie SCROTINA.
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MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED
 
Permits Granted to Applicants at City Clerk's Office
 
The following marriage licenses were granted yesterday at the city clerk's office:
 
Charles F. SAFFRAN and Anna E. KRAMER, both of No. 100 Colvin street.
Fillippa DAVOLA and Lucia RIVOLA, both of No. 168 First street.
Michael CASCIOPPO, No. 503 Central avenue, and Guiseppa DOMINO, No. 16 Emmett street.
John BELECKY and Petra MARGUETICATE, both of No. 63 Thomas street.
Samuel CAPLAN, No. 192 Jefferson avenue, and Ethel KANDUSKY, No. 91 Kelly street.
Rupert F. SCHANTZ, No. 74 Charlotte street and Helen I. LENNON, No. 18 Lake View terrace.
Michael ADAMS and Sophia PLECINSKA, both of No. 1813 North street.
Stanislaus _LE__SKI, No. 1312 North street, and Rosa L. WARZRASEK, No. 5 Sobleski street.
Cincinto Q. DI STEPHANO, East Rochester, and Santo DiCARLO, No. 226 Pennsylvania avenue.
Giovanni FASIO(?), No. 3_ Jay street and Angelina MORABITO, No. 247 Jay street.
George ADAMS, Blossom ave, and Bertha MORRELL, No. 50 Hillside avenue.
Joseph SUTK__ and Josephine _N_KEVITSCH, both of No. 407 Merriman street.
Arthur J. ENGEL, No. 1_ ___street, and Cora A. CRAIG, No. 2_ Lyell avenue.
Arthur J. PINDERS and Maude M. HASKINS, both of No. 9 Stebbins street.
Paul M. SMITH, No. 686 Clinton avenue north, and Louise E. SUMMERLEIN, No. 20 Hand street.
Santo LIPPA and Lucia ROMANI, both of No. 63 Frank street.
Wladisiaus MAILAK and Stanislawa ADAMSKA, both of No. _50 Weaver street.
Salvatore GANGEME, No. 27 Sellinger street, and Nunziata LASPINA, No. 1_9 Howell street.
Howard A. SPEARES, No. 68 Bronson avenue, and Louise Anna WERNER, No. 29 Oakman street.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Wed Jan 6, 1915
 
RECORDS OF DEATHS
 
William C. SABINS, of this city, died yesterday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. VAN WICKLIN, in Wyoming, aged 81 years. Mr. SABIN's home was with his daughter, Mrs. W. MALLORY, in this city. Since December 5th he had been visiting Mrs. VAN WICKLIN. His health failed rapidly. He was born in Lisbon, Onondaga county, and served in the Civil war. He leaves, besides the daughters aforementioned, another daughter, Mrs. John MALLORY, of Canada, and ten grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The funeral will be held to-morrow afternoon from the home. Rev. Frank K. GIBSON will officiate. Interment will be made at Pearl Creek.
 
The funeral of Charles E. HIGLEY took place yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the home, No. 21 Winthrop street. Dr. Arthur W. GROSE, of First Universalist Church, officiated. Interment was made at Mount Hope cemetery. The bearers were George HERZBERGER, Sidney MacKAYE, Lee RICHMOND, Stratton LANGSLOW, James QUINLAN and Dr. Boyd SAUNDERS. A quartet, composed of John SINGLETON, Herbert TRACY, Charles LANSING and George WALTON, sang.
 
Mrs. Henrietta DIETRICH, wife of Theodore DIETRICH, died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William ESTER, No. 5 Mona street, aged 63 years. She leaves, besides Mrs. William ESTER, her husband, a son, Charles L. DIETRICH; two other daughters, Mrs. Al FRIEDLER and Mrs. Frederick ESTER; a sister, Mrs. Louis RINGFEIL, and fifteen grandchildren and a great grandchild.
 
Joseph ZIMBER died Monday night in this city, aged 27 years. He leaves three brothers, Frank, Charles and William ZIMBER, and two sisters, Mrs. August EMICH and Mrs. B. McGRADY. The body was removed to No. 230 Brown street.
 
Johnson DICKSON died yesterday morning at the home, No. 1 Miller street, aged 60 years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Janet DICKSON.
 
The infant son of Joseph and Ruth McKENNA WILLIAMS died yesterday at Glenemer Farm, in Dewey avenue.
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DIED
 
ZIMBER - In this city, Monday evening, January 4, 1915, Joseph ZIMBER, aged 27 years. He is survived by three brothers, Frank, Charles and William ZIMBER and two sisters, Mrs. August EMICH and Mrs. B. McGRADY.
-Funeral Thursday morning, January 7, 1915, at 9:40 o'clock from Scheuerman's Funeral Parlors, No. 230 Brown street and at 10 o'clock from SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Burial private. Kindly omit flowers.
 
PRICE - In this city, Monday evening, January 4, 1915, Wilson S. PRICE, of No. 97 Pearl street. He is survived by his wife, one daughter, Laura Belle PRICE; one sister, Mrs. Ann VAN DYKE and one brother, John R. PRICE, all of this city.
-Funeral will take place from the chapel of Ingmire & Thompson, No. 137 Chestnut street, corner of Court street, Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Burial at Hopewell about 1:30 o'clock.
 
KELLY - Entered into rest, Tuesday, January 5, 1915, at the family residence, No. 24 Bloss street, George W., son of Julia and the late William KELLY. He was a member of Branch No. 12, C. M. B. A.
-Funeral will take place Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and at Lady Chapel at 9 o'clock.
 
WHARFF - In this city, Tuesday evening, January 5, 1915, Edward D. WHARFF. Besides his wife he leaves one daughter, Marcia; one brother, Dr. H. T. WHARFF, of Edwardsville, Ill.; his mother and two sisters, of Calais, Maine.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
 
INGALLS - At her home, No. 52 Vick park B, this city, Tuesday morning, January 5, 1915, Frances Sarah INGALLS. She leaves two nieces, Mrs. John L. HUMPHREY and Mrs. Richard Hewson LANSING, and two nephews, Francis S. HUMPHREY and Richard Hewson LANSING, Jr.
-Memorial services at the house, Thursday afternoon, January 7, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock. Burial services at Pine Grove Memorial Chapel, Lynn, Mass., Friday afternoon, January 8, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock. Lynn and Boston papers please copy.
 
TINES - In the town of Gates, early Sunday morning, January 3, 1915, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Michael J. MURPHY, No. 5 Campbell place, Mrs. Anna M. TINES, widow of John TINES, aged 84 years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Michael R. QUETCHENBACH and Mrs. Michael J. MURPHY, nineteen grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren.
-Funeral Thursday morning, January 7, 1915, at 8:15 o'clock from the residence and at 9 o'clock from SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
BURRUS - In this city, Tuesday morning, January 5, 1915, at the family residence, No. 113(?) Enterprise street, Hazel Mildred, daughter of Mabelle and Howard S. BURRUS.
-Prayer at the house Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Interment at Livonia, N. Y.
 
STAGE - At the Wilhelmina Hospital, No. 713 Lyell avenue, Tuesday, January 5, 1915, John SIMPSON, infant son of John C. and the late Anna J. STAGE, of No. 19 Michigan street, aged two weeks.
-Funeral from No. 19 Michigan street, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
 
BUSHMAN - Passed away at her home in Honeoye Falls, N. Y., Tuesday evening, January 5, 1915, Lovelra A., widow of Andrew BUSHMAN, aged 84 years.
-Funeral will be held from her late residence on Maplewood avenue, Honeoye Falls, Thursday afternoon, January 7, 1915, at 2 o'clock. Burial at Honeoye Falls.
 
GALVIN - At the family residence, No. 20 Evergreen street, Sunday, January 3, 1915, Helen Teresa BYRNE, beloved wife of Thomas W. GALVIN. Besides her husband she leaves six daughters, Christine, Agnes, Lorry, Regina, Mrs. Thomas GARVEY, of this city and Madam Helen GALVIN, of the Sacred Heart Convent, Albany, N. Y.; one son, Joseph, Gerald, of this city, and a brother, M. E. BYRNE, of Philadelphia, Pa.
-Funeral will take place Thursday morning at 9 o'clock from the house and at St. Bridget's Church at 9:30 o'clock. Burial private. Friends are invited to attend services at the church.  Kindly omit flowers.
 
GLIDDEN - Entered into rest, Tuesday morning, January 5, 1915, Jefferson GLIDDEN, aged 74 years and 11 months. He is survived by his wife, Marion GLIDDEN; five sons, Otis E. GLIDDEN, of LeRoy, W. Ray GLIDDEN, Fred S. GLIDDEN, Walter B. GLIDDEN and Galen GLIDDEN; four daughters, Mrs. E. B. HOLLY, Mrs. Lelia ROME, Misses Mildred and Bessie GLIDDEN, of this city; one sister, Mrs. Ve_melia LAMBERT, of Lockport, N. Y.
-The funeral will take place Thursday morning at 10:45 o'clock from the family residence, No. 877 Meigs street and will be private. The remains will be taken to Holley, N. Y., for interment.
 
STUMPF - At the family residence, No. 1331 North Clinton street, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 1915, Mary Genevieve BERTRAND, wife of Frank M. STUMPF, aged 55 years. Besides her husband, she leaves three sons, Frank B., Roy J. and Harold A. STUMPF; one daughter, Mrs. William MAYBERRY; three brothers and six sisters.
-Funeral Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from Our Lady of Victory Church.
 
DICKSON - Entered into rest in this city, Tuesday morning, January 5 1914<sic>(should be 1915), at his home, No. 1 Miller street, Johnson DICKSON, aged 60 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Janet DICKSON.
-The funeral services will take place from his home, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
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LOSES $200 IN MAIN STREET
 
E. A. HISON; of No. 39 Edmonds street, reported to the police yesterday that he had been robbed of $200 while walking in Main street. Mr. HISON secured it at the Merchants Bank, he said, and placed it in the outside pocket of his overcoat. He had walked only a short distance from the bank when he discovered that the money was gone. Although the street was crowded at the time, Mr. HISON did not recall having been justified.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Thurs Jan 7, 1915
 
ANDREW EDGAR
 
Death of Prominent Caledonian Follows His Fall
     Caledonia, Jan. 6 - At an early hour this morning in his home in State street, this village, occurred the death of Andrew EDGAR. Mr. EDGAR fell on the sidewalk in front of his home Sunday morning when overtaken with an attack of vertigo to which he was subject.
     Mr. EDGAR was born in York 70 years ago. He was son of the late Alexander EDGAR. About forty years ago he was in the employ of the late William J. WILLIAMS, lumber and coal dealer for twenty years. His uncle, the late Thomas EDGAR, in business with Mr. WILLIAMS from its foundation until his death. Forty-nine years ago he was married to Jane SIMPSON, of York, besides whom he leaves a daughter, Mrs. Charles SIMPSON, of this village, and six grandchildren.
     Mr. EDGAR was identified with the United Presbyterian Church of this village, during all the years of his residence here and was serving as a ruling elder at the time of his death.
     The funeral will be held from his late home on Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock and in the United Presbyterian Church at 1:30 o'clock. Rev. John L. McGEOEH officiating.
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GIFTS FOR RETIRING OFFICERS
 
Caledonia, Jan. 6 - Caledonia Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, held a largely attended meeting in the Masonic lodge room last night, the occasion being the installation of the 1915 officers. Retiring Patron Judson W. HONK, was installing officer and the retiring matron, Mrs. A. H. COLLINS was marshal, with Mrs. R. A. WOODS assistant: marshal. The retiring matron, Mrs. COLLINS, was presented with a handsome past master's jewel, and the retiring patron, J. W. HONK, with a pair of ivory back military brushes. After the meeting the members were invited to the Masonic clubrooms where they were entertained with an elaborate relation by Mr. and Mrs. F. C. DOUER.
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WILLIAM SCOTT
 
Castile, Jan. 6 - The death of William SCOTT occurred yesterday in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Alice BENNETT, of South Main street, after an illness of several years. He was the son of James SCOTT and Nancy FAUCETT SCOTT and was born in Livingston county nearly 87 years ago. His first wife died 48 years ago. Mr. SCOTT has been an invalid for a number of years and came to Castile five years ago to live with his daughter. A short service will be held in the home at 8:30 o'clock to-morrow morning, Rev. Louis A. PEIRSON, minister of the Presbyterian Church officiating. The remains will be taken to the home of his son, Charles SCOTT, in Canaserago from where the funeral will be held, and interment will be made in the Canaseraga cemetery. Mr. SCOTT leaves two sons, Charles and James M. SCOTT, of Castile, and two daughters.
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STRONG TO BE PUT IN PRIVATE ASYLUM
 
Relative Takes Man Who Said He Murdered Holyoke Man Back Home
     Corning, Jan. 6 - William A. STRONG, alias John J. McNULTY, who accused himself of the murder of Hogan KANE, near Holyoke, Mass., in 1907 in a confession made voluntarily to Chief of Police Charles HANMER two weeks ago, was released from the County Jail in Bath to-night under an order issued by Supreme Court Justice W. W. CLARK upon the application of District-Attorney Claude V. STOWELL. Massachusetts authorities found the story told by STRONG to be false. STRONG's release was made conditional upon his reimbursing Steuben county and Corning for the expenses incurred, and upon his being taken back to Massachusetts by Felix CHARON, his brother-in-law, who came here to-day to seek his release.
     CHARON stated that it was the intention of STRONG's relatives to have him cared for in a private asylum, if after investigation it was found that he was insane, as his relatives have inferred.
     District-Attorney STOWELL has made arrangements to have STRONG indicted by the Grand Jury now in session for perjury as the result of STRONG's having made his confession in form of an affidavit but at the earnest solicitation of Mr. CHARON he consented to recommend STRONG's release.
     STRONG was brought to Corning to-night by his brother-in-law. In the morning he will leave for his brother's home in South Hadley, Mass.
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PATROLMAN BREAKS COLLAR BONE
 
Hornell, Jan. 6 - Patrolman Leslie JOHNSON, of 7 Collier street, sustained a broken collar bone early this morning when trying the back door of the stores in Seneca street. He slipped and fell on a piece of ice. He was taken to his home where an X-ray examination of his injuries was made.
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HANGS HIMSELF TO BED POST BY ROPE
 
Yates Center Cooper Despondent by Ill Health
     Medina, Jan. 6 - Henry HORSINGTON, a cooper of Yates Center, committed suicide by hanging last night. He had been despondent for a long time owing to ill health and to his being out of work. He retired last evening as usual, (line unreadable) night hanged himself by attaching the rope to one of the bedposts and then sliding his feet from under him and along the floor.
     His body was discovered this morning by his sister, Mrs. Mary AYER, with whom he lived. Mrs. HORSINGTON was a bachelor and was esteemed by all who knew him. He was a member of Yates Lodge, F. and A. M.
     Coroner Charles E. FAIRMAN was called and after viewing the body granted a death certificate showing the cause of death to have been suicide. Mr. HORSINGTON was 61 years old.
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TO HAVE SILVER WEDDING
 
Medina, Jan. 6 - Mr. and Mrs. John F. ADAMS have issued invitations for the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage to be celebrated in their home No. 135 East Center street, Thursday evening, January 7th.
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ADAM WHEELER
 
Hilton, Jan. 6 - The death of Adam WHEELER occurred here this morning at 4(?) o'clock. He was born in the town of Greece 70 years ago, the son of Michael and Laney WHEELER. He has lived in the town of Parma since he was two years old. He was a member of the Free Baptist church of Hilton. He leaves his wife who was Miss Elzina MILLER, of Hilton; and one daughter, Mrs. Pearl HINTON, of Hamlin; one son, William WHEELER, of Hilton, and two grandchildren, Clayton HINTON and Le Verne WHEELER; two sisters, Mrs. Milton DeLAVERGNE, of Parma, and Mrs. Melenth CRARY of Rochester, and one brother Peter WHEELER, of Hilton. The funeral will be held from his late home in Lake avenue on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
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MRS. LOVEIRA A. BUSHMAN
 
Honeoye Falls, Dec. 6 - Mrs. Loveira A. BUSHMAN, widow of Andrew BUSHMAN, died last night in her home in Maplewood avenue, aged 84 years. Mrs. BUSHMAN was born in Henrietta, August 29th, 1830. Here she lived until her marriage, April 5, 1854, when, after a short residence in Michigan, they came to this village, where she has since lived. Two children died at an early age and she leaves no near relatives. Mr. BUSHMAN died March 17, 1894. The funeral will be held from her late home on Thursday at 2 o'clock, with burial in Honeoye Falls.
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INSTALLATION AND GIFTS
 
Churchville, Jan. 6 - Nola Chapter, O. N. S., held its annual installation of officers last evening with Walter WINGATE as installing officer: Mrs. C. N. BRISCOE as marshal and Mrs. B. A. BROWN, assistant marshal, Mrs. George A. JOHNSON presented to the past matron, Miss Jennie F. EDWARDS, in behalf of the chapter, a five dollar gold piece. Mrs. B. A. BROWN, a past matron, presented a house coat to the retiring patron, Walter H. WINGATE, who has ably filled the office for the past seven years. After the installation ceremonies a banquet was served.
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HOLLEY STANDARD SOLD
 
Batavia, Jan. 6 - Announcement was made in Batavia to-day that the firm of H. E. TURNER & Company, furniture dealers of this city, has purchased the Holley Standard, a weekly newspaper located in Holley, Orleans county, and which was conducted for a number of years by the late C. C. HAYDEN. Mr. TURNER stated that the plant would be in charge of James LONERGAN, who had been in charge of the business for some time, and that the paper would continue to be published as a weekly.
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PLAN EFFICIENCY CONFERENCE
     Batavia, Jan. 6 - An efficiency conference for Sunday-school workers of Genesee Range: historian, M. Belle WEBSTER; pianist, _tavia on Wednesday, January 20th, and will be conducted by Dr. Joseph CLARK, superintendent of the State Sunday-school Association, and Miss Elizabeth HARRIS, the state elementary superintendent, both of Albany. A meeting of the Executive Committee of the county will be held in Batavia next Tuesday, and the county officers and Sunday-school superintendents will hold a meeting on Thursday, January 28th.
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MRS. MILO KINSELLA
 
Batavia, Jan. 6 - The remains of Mrs. Milo KINSELLA, 52 years old, of No. 60 Otis street, who died in the Rochester State Hospital were brought to Batavia last evening. She leaves, besides her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Albert E. RADDER; two grandchildren, and one brother and three sisters. The funeral will be held on Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home of her daughter, and at 9 o'clock from St. Mary's Church. The burial will take place in St. Joseph's cemetery.
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TO HEAR DR. WOODS HUTCHINSON
 
Le Roy, Jan. 6 - The next number in the high school lecture course will be given in Ingham Hall next Tuesday evening. This is a lecture by Dr. Woods HUTCHINSON. Dr. HUTCHINSON will take for his subject "The New Education."
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HALLETT -- COOGAN
 
Hornell, Jan. 6 - The marriage of Miss Lucile(?) COOGAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles COOGAN, of No. 11 Pardee street, and Francis HALLETT, of Binghamton, took place at 7:30 o'clock this morning in St. Ann's Church. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F. J. NAUGHTEN. The attendants were Miss Mildred CONZ, a cousin of the bride, and Mathew COOGAN, a brother of the bride. A wedding breakfast was served in the home of the bride's parents after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. HALLETT will make their home in Binghamton.
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STRUCK ON HEAD BY ROCK
 
Waterloo, Jan. 6 - Edward SHEEHAN, a mason of this village, when at work of the new house of Seneca Hose Company No. 4 was struck on the head by a piece of rock thrown by one of the heavy blasts on the Barge contract several hundred feet away. Mr. SHEEHAN sustained an ugly gash on his head, dangerously close to one of his eyes. He was taken to his home and was attended by Dr., G. W. CLARK. It is feared that he may lose the sight of one of his eyes.
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MRS. ANNA MAROONEY
 
Waterloo, Jan. 6 - Mrs. Anna MAROONEY, aged 44 years, widow of John MAROONEY, died late last night in her home in this village. She was a native of Corning, and had lived in Waterloo for several years. She leaves three sons, Timothy, John and Lawrence MAROONEY, of this village, and one daughter, Mary MAROONEY, of Corning. The funeral will take place from St. Mary's Church, on Friday morning at 9 o'clock, Rev. C. F. O'LOUGHLIN officiating. Interment will be made in St. Mary's cemetery.
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FUNERAL OF MRS. BEACH
 
Waterloo, Jan. 6 - The funeral of Mrs. Sarah A. BEACH will be held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. John W. EDWARDS, to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. G. L. PASCHE, pastor of the Methodist church officiating. Interment will be made in Maple Grove cemetery.
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BURIAL OF MRS. MARY LEIGH
 
Waterloo, Jan. 6 - The remains of Mrs. Mary E. LEIGH were received here yesterday afternoon from Auburn, for interment in Maple Grove cemetery. She was 82 years old and a former resident of this village.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Michael DEMUTH died yesterday afternoon at his home, No. 160 Oakland street, aged 56 years. He leaves his wife, Catherine DEMUTH; four sons, Michael, Jr., George, Frank and Carl DEMUTH; a daughter, Miss Elizabeth DEMUTH; one brother, Wendel DEMUTH, of Chicago, and four sisters, Mrs. Lena OLDENBURG, Mrs. Margaret BOIJK and Mrs. M. MAGIN, and Mrs. Philip TUCK, of Dansville. He was a member of Tecumseh Tribe, Red Men; Corcordia Tent, K. O. T. M., and Local No. 71, steam and operating engineers.
 
Harry KIEFFER died yesterday at the home of his brother George KIEFFER, No. 79 Maria street, aged 46 years and 6 months. He was a member of Germania Lodge F. and A. M., Irondequoit Tribe, I. O. R. M., Court Empire State, F. of A.; Alsace-Lorraine Society, Protestant Benevolent and Harugari societies.
 
Miss Mary McCARTHY died yesterday at the General Hospital. She leaves a nephew, John McCARTHY, and a niece, Mrs. Catherine McCARTHY SCHAEFER, of this city. The remains were removed to No. 922 Main street west.
 
Elizabeth J., wife of John F. KINNEY, died at the home, No. 664 Lorimer street, last evening. She leaves two sons, William E. and John J. KINNEY, and two daughters, Helen R. and Dorothy E. KINNEY.
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DR. WALLACE AT CALVARY CHURCH
     Dr. William B. WALLACE, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will preach to-night at Calvary Church, where the Week of Prayer is being observed. The meetings are well attended. There will be special music.
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STEPS BEFORE AUTOMOBILE
 
Edward O'Connell Knocked Down and Somewhat Injured
 
Stepping from behind a street car directly in front of an automobile at Main street east and Stone street, at 11:40 o'clock last night, Edward O'CONNELL, 52 years old, a salesman who lives at a hotel at No. 300 Main street west, was knocked down. The automobile belonging to the Independent Taxicab Company and was operated by Kester WARNER, of No. 25 Asbury street.
     It was said by witnesses that the driver of the taxicab was not responsible for the accident. O'CONNELL was attended by a physician who happened to be near when the accident occurred. Later he was taken to the Homeopathic Hospital in the taxicab. He is suffering from a slight scalp laceration and contusions about the shoulders. His condition is not serious.
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DIED
 
DYER - In this city, Wednesday, January 6, 1915, Mary Elizabeth DYER, aged 72 years. She is survived by three children, Mrs. F. C. SNYDER, Janet A. and Leon S. DYER all of this city.
-The funeral will take place from the residence of her son, Leon S. DYER, No. 73 Emerson street, Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment in Oakwood cemetery Penfield.
 
McCARTHY - At the General Hospital Wednesday morning, January 6, 1915, Miss Mary McCARTHY. She is survived by one nephew, John McCARTHY and one niece, Mrs. Catherine McCARTHY SCHAEFER, both of this city.
-The remains were removed to the Hyland Mortuary Chapel, No. 932 Main street west, where the funeral will be held Friday morning at 8:15 o'clock and 9 o'clock from St. Bridget's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
WHEELER - Entered into rest, Wednesday morning, January 6, 1915, Adam WHEELER of Hilton, aged 70 years. He leaves surviving his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Pearl HINTON; one son, William WHEELER; two grandchildren, Laverne WHEELER and Clayton HINTON; one brother, Peter WHEELER; two sisters, Mrs. DELAVERGNE and Mrs. CRARY, of Rochester.
-Funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from his home. Interment in Parma Union cemetery.
 
WHARFF - In this city, Tuesday evening, January 5, 1915, Edward D. WHARFF. Besides his wife he leaves one daughter, Marcia; one brother, Dr. H. T. WHARFF, of Edwardsville, Ill.; his mother and two sisters, of Calais, Maine.
-Funeral will take place from his late residence, No. 49 Vick Park B, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. 
 
McCARTHY - At her residence, No. 125 Park street, Canandaigua, N. Y., Tuesday noon, January 5, 1915, Nora McCARTHY. She leaves four brothers, Jeremiah and John, of Rochester, Charles and Patrick of Canandaigua; one sister, Mrs. T. P. MURRAY, of Canandaigua.
-Notice of funeral later.
 
HINTON - In Hamlin, N. Y., Tuesday, January 5, 1915, Charles R. HINTON. He is survived by his wife, Pearl H. HINTON and four children. He was a member of the Marion Adams Post, of Rochester.
-Funeral Saturday afternoon, January 9, 1915, at 1 o'clock at the house and at 2 o'clock at Methodist Episcopal Church. Burial at Blossom cemetery, Rev. William SWAYLES officiating. Funeral strictly at the home.
 
DIETRICH - Entered into rest, Tuesday, January 5, 1915, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. ESTER, No. 5 Mona place, Henrietta, wife of Theodore DIETRICH, aged 63 years. Besides her husband she leaves one son, C. L. DIETRICH; three daughters, Mrs. F. ESTER, Mrs. William ESTER and Mrs. L. FRIEDLER; one sister, Mrs. Louis RINGFEIL, fifteen grandchildren and a great grandchild.
-Funeral from the house Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
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IN MEMORIAM
 
ALLEN - In loving memory of our dear mother, who died January 6, 1910.
   More and more each day we miss her;
   Friends may think the wound is healed.
    But they little know the sorrow.
     That within our heart's concealed.
             Children and Husband.
 
ZUMMER - In loving memory of our dear son, Irvin W. ZUMMER, who lost his life, January 7, 1913.
    Just two years ago his life was shattered,
    While on his earthly homeward run,
    Our Father above saw fit to take the shattered
    Life to his forever heavenly home.
           Mr. and Mrs. John ZUMMER.
 
STELLWAGEN - In loving memory of Ethel Margaret STELLWAGEN, who died January 7, 1910.
    Yes, this loved form must lie sleeping, Under the snow,
     But, she will awake in the morning,
     The bright resurrection day, dawning.
     No more to lie down 'midst our mourning, Under the snow.
                   Mother and Grandmother.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Fri Jan 8, 1915
 
COASTING ACCIDENT HAS FATAL ENDING
 
Death Comes To 12-Year-Old Emerick Szeker Of Dansville
 
Dansville, Jan. 7 - Emerick SZEKER, the 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Franz SZEKER who was badly injured when coasting a few days ago, died Tuesday night.
     Last Saturday afternoon, Emerick SZEKER and Arthur VOGT were coasting down Brewery Hill, on a handsled and when near the foot of the hill the sled slewed, throwing both boys off over the edge of a sluice and into the stream of water. The VOGT boy escaped with only slight injuries, but the SZEKER boy was not so fortunate. His clothing was wringing wet when he was taken from the creek and it was seen that he was seriously injured.
     He was taken to the home of Mrs. George FRIES nearby, where his wet clothing was removed and a little later he was taken to his home. It was feared from the start that there were internal injuries and a physician was called. Sunday a consultation of doctors was held.
     On Tuesday he was taken to the Jackson Health Resort, where an operation was performed, but it was found that there was little chance for the boy's life. He died at 11 o'clock that night. Besides his parents, he leaves a sister, Miss Frances SZEKER.
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MRS. MARY WILSON SINCLAIR
 
Caledonia, Jan. 7 - Mrs. Mary WILSON SINCLAIR, of the southern part of the town, died in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elsie LEATHERSEICH, two miles south of this village on the Leicester road, yesterday afternoon. Mrs. SINCLAIR was born in York sixty-three years ago. In 1873 she was married to Peter J. SINCLAIR. His death occurred almost four years ago. She leaves seven children, Elsie LEATHERSEICH, Arba Ross, Harold, Mary, wife of Arthur JOHNSON; Ray, James and Clara; a sister, Miss Jennie WILSON, of York, and five brothers, William, John and Jared, of York; James of Auburn, and Daniel of Marion, Ind. The funeral will be held from the home on Saturday afternoon at 10 o'clock. Rev. James L. JEWELL of the First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be made in Mumford Rural cemetery.
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BACON -- BLUMSTER
 
Dansville, Jan. 7 - In St. Patrick's Catholic Church at 8 o'clock this morning William E. BACON, of this village, and Miss Katherine T. BLUMSTER, of Smithport, Pa., were married, Rev. M. C. WALL performing the ceremony. Miss Bessie SCANLON, of Buffalo, was bridesmaid and Fred F. BICK, of this village, best man. The bride was attired in a traveling suit of navy blue broadcloth with fur trimmings and carried a bouquet of pink Killarney roses. Her bridesmaid wore a pretty gown of dark green broad cloth and carried a bouquet of sweet peas. The guests were limited to only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. BACON left for a Western trip, after which they will live in Dansville. The groom is in charge of the money order department of the Dansville postoffice.
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ROMASSER -- GIBBS
 
Mount Morris, Jan. 7 - In the Baptist parsonage in this village this afternoon, Miss Cora GIBBS, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. GIBBS, of this village, and Elmer ROMASSER, also of Mount Morris, were married by the Rev. H. Reid MILLER, pastor of the Baptist Church. Following a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. ROMASSER will live here.
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DANSVILLE MAN TO ROCHESTER
 
Dansville, Jan. 7 - C. D. RUCH, who has for some time been general sales and advertising manager of the W. A. Spinning Dry Goods Store, has accepted a position with the Duffy-Powers Company, of Rochester. He will commence work January 11th.
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BATH TO HAVE BOULEVARD LIGHTS
 
Bath, Jan. 7 - The location of lamps for lighting the village streets as now being laid out by Charles LARROWS, the engineer in charge of the construction of the municipal lighting plant, calls for 200 lamps, where about 80 are now employed. It is designed to have boulevard lights every sixty feet in East Steuben. Liberty and Washington streets which will be paved with brick the coming summer. The new lighting plant will be ready for work by May 1st. The paving will begin as soon as the weather will permit.
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IS NOW AN EPISCOPAL MINISTER
 
Corning, Jan. 7 - Rev. John W. TORKINGTON, who left the Genesee Conference year ago to enter the Protestant Episcopal Church, has been ordained as a priest in that church and has just accepted a call to the rectorship of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Wellsboro, Pa. Mr. TORKINGTON formerly held Methodist pastorates in Cohocton, Corning, Tioga, Pa., and other places within the jurisdiction of the Genesee Conference.
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NECESSARY TO DYNAMITE ICE
 
Hornell, Jan. 7 - An ice jam forming in front of the Van Scoter street bridge across Crosby creek early to-day threatened for a time to carry away this structure and but for the fact that the jam was broken up with dynamite the bridge would have been wrecked. The jam backed up the water and the entire section of the city on both sides of the stream was inundated.
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WOMAN OVERCOME BY GAS
 
Accidentally Turned on Gas Jet After Fainting
 
Mrs. Helen SHEETS, 21 years old, was found unconscious yesterday morning in her apartment at No. 309 Brown street. Gas was flowing from a tube connected with a sad-iron. The young woman was hurried to St. Mary's Hospital, where she recovered after a short time. She went home at noon.
     Mrs. SHEETS, who is a stenographer, is subject to fainting spells. She rose early yesterday morning to do some ironing before going to work, and fainted just after she turned off the gas. When she fell one of her feet struck the gas tube and the shock turned on the cock in the fixture. The cock was found to be loose.
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MRS. ELIZABETH J. KINNEY
 
Wife of Former Judge Dies After Long Illness
 
Elizabeth J. KINNEY, wife of former Judge John F. KINNEY, died after a long illness at the family home, No. 64 Lorimer street, Wednesday evening. Mrs. KINNEY was a native of Albany. She was a daughter of the late Edward HANLON, a contractor of that city, and a sister of the late Rev. John J. HANLON, a chancellor of the Albany diocese and pastor of St. Vincent De Paul's Church. She leaves besides her husband, two sons, William D. and John J. KINNEY, and two daughters, Helen R. and Dorothy E. KINNEY.
      Mrs. KINNEY had been a resident of this city since her marriage. She was a home-loving woman, beloved and respected by her friends and acquaintances. She was an invalid for several years and bore her affliction with fortitude.
     The funeral will take place from the home Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock and from Lady Chapel of St. Patrick's Cathedral at 9 o'clock.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
The funeral of Mrs. Anna M. TINES, widow of John TINES, took place yesterday morning at 8:15 o'clock from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Michael J. MURPHY, No. 5 Campbell place, Gates, and at 9 o'clock from SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Solemn requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev. J. Emil GEFELL, assisted by Rev. F. William STAUDER, deacon, and Rev. Edward J. ESCHRICK, sub-deacon. Interment was made at Holy Sepulchre cemetery, Dr. A. B. MEEHAN conducting the service. The following grandsons were bearers: Michael J., Jr., Albert W. and Edward J. MURPHY, George M. ERB and Mathew J. and John TINES.
 
Mrs. Marie CUNNINGHAM McMORROW, wife of Dr. Frank McMORROW, died Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home, in Syracuse, aged 35 years. McMORROW was born in this city, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles CUNNINGHAM, of No. 815 Harvard street. She had been married sixteen years and was popular in Syracuse. She leaves besides her husband, three daughters, Dorothy, Catherine and Anna McMORROW; three brothers, Charles, George and Arthur CUNNINGHAM, and two sisters, Mrs. J. Harry SHALE and Mrs. George SHAW, of this city.
 
Mrs. George MONIHAN, formerly Miss Margaret GORMLY, of Macedon, died Wednesday evening in this city, aged 50 years. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Jennie ESTES, of this city, and three sisters, Mrs. Elisha WHIPPLE and Mrs. Andrew WHIPPLE, of Palmyra, and Mrs. Mary MUMBEE, of this city.
 
Arnold Eugene QUESTER, only son of Albert C. and Etta B. Arnold QUESTER, died Wednesday evening at the home, No. 28 Atlantic avenue, aged 3 years, 4 months, 22 days.
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DIED
 
DEMUTH - At the residence, No. 160 Oakland street, Wednesday, January 6, 1915, Michael DEMUTH, aged 55 years. He leaves his wife, Catherine; four sons, Michael, George, Frank and Carl DEMUTH; one daughter, Elizabeth DEMUTH; four sisters, Mrs. Lena OLDENBURG, Mrs. M. MAGIN, and Mrs. Philip ZUCK, of Dansville, and Mrs. Margaret BOLIK, of this city, and one brother, Wendell DEMUTH, of Chicago. He was a member of Tecumseh Tribe, No. 233, Red Men; Corcordia Tent, No. 128, K. O. T. M., and Local 71, Steam and Operating Engineers.
-Funeral Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the house.

KIEFFER - Wednesday, January 6, 1915, at the home of his brother, George KIEFFER, No. 79 Maria street, Harry KIEFFER, aged 46 years and 6 months. He was a member of Germania Lodge F. and A. M., Irondequoit Tribe, I. O. R. M., Court Empire State, F. of A.; Alsace-Lorraine Society, Protestant Benevolent and Harugari societies.

-Funeral Friday afternoon from his residence at 2 o'clock. Burial in the family lot at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
KINNEY - In this city, Wednesday, January 6, 1915, at the family residence, No. 64 Lorimer street, Elizabeth J., wife of John F. KINNEY.
-The funeral will take place Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home and at the Cathedral chapel at 9 o'clock. Friends invited to attend services at the church.
 
McCARTHY - The funeral of Miss Nora McCARTHY, who died in Canandaigua Wednesday, January 6, 1915, will take place from her residence, No. 123 Park street, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock and at 9:30 from St. Mary's Church. Interment will be made in Calvary cemetery. 
 
DYER - In this city, Wednesday, January 6, 1915, Mary Elizabeth DYER, aged 72 years. She is survived by three children, Mrs. F. C. SNYDER, Janet A. and Leon S. DYER all of this city.
-The funeral will take place from the residence of her son, Leon S. DYER, No. 73 Emerson street, Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment in Oakwood cemetery Penfield.
 
LeWALTER - Late Thursday night, January 7, 1915, at the family residence, No. 97 Clifton street, Catherine LeWALTER, wife of William A. LeWALTER, aged 55 years. She leaves, besides her husband, to mourn her loss, two sons, George W. and William D. LeWALTER, and one daughter Mrs. J. C. MUELLER, Jr.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
 
WARNER - In this city, Thursday evening, January 7, 1915, Samuel A. WARNER, aged 74 years. He is survived by his wife, Josephine THOMPSON; two daughters, Lura M. WARNER and Mrs. W. O. RICE, and three sisters. He was a member of E. G. Marshall Post.
-Notice of funeral hereafter. 

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sat Jan 9, 1915
 
SECOND-YEAR UNIVERSITY MEN VICTORS IN FIRST UNDERCLASS CONTEST
 
The Sophomore class of the University of Rochester won the first underclass debate, which was held in Anderson Hall last evening. The subject for discussion was "Resolved, That immigration should be further restricted by a literacy test."
     Members of the sophomore team, which upheld the negative, were Harold A. MacCALLUM, Frank NOWAK, and Joshua BERNHARDT. Their opponents were Harold GOSNELL, leader, George E. BROWN and Thomas MURRAY.
     This is the first debate that has been held between the two lower classes. The trophy is a large shield bearing twelve silver plates, upon one of which is to be inscribed the names of the members of the winning team in each year's contest.
     Judges of last night's debate were Professor John R. SLATER, Edgar N. CURTIS and Lawrence B. PACKARD.
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CASES BEFORE SURROGATE
 
Wills Admitted to Probate Dispose of Two Estates
 
     The will of Washington BEARDMAN, who died September 2, 1914, was admitted to probate by Surrogate BROWN yesterday. He left an estate of $5,250 to be equally divided among Frances(?) E. MEYER, daughter, of Penfield; Mattie E. MEYER, daughter, of Batavia; Emma A. SHAUFELBERGER, daughter, of Penfield, and John W. BEARDMAN, son, of Rochester.
 
The will of Angela MEYER, who died December 22, 1914, was probated. John A. MEYER, a son, gets 1,950, and Josephine SCHOEN, daughter, gets $2,550.
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INVESTIGATE ZIMBRICH FIRE
 
It is reported that the Grand Jury will make an investigation of the fire which destroyed the ZIMBRICH garage in Plymouth avenue south on the night of November 5th. Three firemen were hurt, one of them seriously, in the conflagration, which caused damage estimated at $35,000. It is said that detectives working on the fire discovered circumstances which seemed to indicate that it might have been of incendiary origin and that their suspicions were communicated to District Attorney BARRETT.
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FIREMAN STIFLES AUTO BLAZE
     The gasoline tank of an automobile, owned by E. C. TOWNSEND, caught fire in Front street early last evening. George HAWKINS, of Hose Company No. 8, stifled the blaze with a blanket snatched from the car.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Mrs. Marie CUNNINGHAM McMORROW, wife of Dr. Frank McMORROW, died Thursday afternoon at the family home in Syracuse. She was born in Rochester, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles CUNNINGHAM, of No. 815 Harvard street. She leaves, besides her husband, three daughters, Dorothy, Catherine and Anne McMORROW; three brothers, Charles, George and Arthur CUNNINGHAM; and two sisters, Mrs. J. Harry SHALE and Mrs. George SHAW, of Rochester.
 
Edward POWERS died yesterday at the family home, No. 9 Riverdale street. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Mary POWERS, two daughters, Margaret and Elizabeth POWERS; four sons, Francis, Vincent, Emmett and Edward POWERS; a brother, William E. POWERS, of Rochester; and five sisters, Mrs. Dr. MILLER, Mrs. P. FLANNIGAN, Mrs. Albert POTTER, Mrs. J. MURPHY, all of Buffalo, and Mrs. Sarah KING, of Chicago.
 
Mrs. Catherine M. LeWALTER died Thursday night at the home, No. 97 Clifton street, aged 55 years. She leaves her husband, William A. LeWALTER; two sons, George W. and William B. LeWALTER, and a daughter, Mrs. J. C. MUELLER.
 
Mrs. Catherine ANDERSON SPAULDING died on Friday morning at the home, No. 36 Ries street, aged 70 years. She leaves her husband, James A. SPAULDING, and a son, Alfred SPAULDING.
 
John M. STROUP died yesterday, aged 62 years and 5 months.
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POSTAGE RATES RESTRICTED
 
Two-Cent Stamp on Letter Doesn't Take It To Australia
 
The Postoffice Department continues to receive letters addressed to Australia and New Zealand with only two cents postage. The authorities at Washington have sent out a bulletin warning people that the domestic postal rates in effect to Great Britain do not include these colonies and that, upon delivery of mail matter with insufficient postage, double the shortage will be collected.
     The two-cent rate for sealed letters applies only to the United States and its possessions, Canada, Bahamas, Cuba, Mexico, republic of Panama, Newfoundland, Canal Zone, Germany (by direst steamers only), England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and the city of Shanghai, China. To other points the rate is 5 cents for the first ounce or fraction thereof and 3 cents for each additional ounce or fraction.
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HANGS SELF IN HOSPITAL
 
Man Makes Rope Out of Bed Sheet and Attaches It to Grating
 
     While temporarily deranged, on Thursday night, John COSTICH, 35 years old, of No. 466 Bay street, hanged himself with a bed sheet in his room at the county Hospital. Coroner KILLIP investigated the case yesterday and gave a certificate.
     COSTICH had been ill from the use of liquor and on Thursday night he was removed to the County Hospital at the suggestion of a physician. An orderly removed the iron bed from the room and placed the mattress and bed clothing on the floor. This was done because it was feared that he might injure himself. Less than half an hour, after, the man was found dead. He had made a rope out of the bedclothing, and tied one end to the grating in the window of his room.
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DIED
 
BECKETT - In this city, at No. 27 Lawrence street, Thursday, January 7, 1915, Katherine M. BECKETT, aged 80 years. She is survived by one son, Henry CRESWELL, of England, two daughters, Mrs. Lizzie SPENCER, of Morris, N. Y., and Miss Clara CRESWELL, of this city.
-The funeral will take place from the chapel of Moore & Fiske, No. 31 Lake avenue, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Riverside cemetery.
 
COSTICH - Entered into rest, Thursday night, January 7, 1915, Ambrose COSTICH, aged 31 years. He is survived by his wife, two sons and one daughter; his father, Joseph COSTICH; four sisters, Mrs. H. EVERSHED, Mrs. F. BUSSEY, Mrs. W. KECK and Mrs. Zula BETTS; one brother, Joseph COSTICH.
-The funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the family home, No. 466 Bay street and 9 o'clock at the Church of Our Lady of Victory. Interment in Holy Sepulchre.
 
PARRASH - At the General Hospital, Thursday, January 7, 1915, Alvia C. PARRASH, son of Alvia C. and Julia PARRASH, aged 9 months and 28 days.
-Funeral this (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock from John E. Maier's funeral parlors, No. 11 Hudson avenue.
 
SILCO - At St. Mary's Hospital, Friday, January 8, 1915, William SILCO, aged 25 years. He leaves surviving his parents, three brothers, Lewis and Charles SILCO, of Pittsford, and George SILCO, of this city.
-The funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon from his former home, 1 1-2 miles south of the village, on Pittsford-Mendon road. Interment in the village cemetery.
 
BRIDGMAN - Entered into rest, Friday morning, January 8, 1915, at No. 254 Alexander street, Helen POTTER FURMAN, wife of Leroy C. BRIDGMAN, of Minneapolis, Minn., daughter of Mrs. C. E. FURMAN and sister of Fannie FURMAN and Mrs. James M. CARTER.
-Funeral Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
CAMPBELL - In this city, at the home of her niece, Mrs. Susan MARTIN, No. 154 Rockingham street, Friday morning, January 8, 1915, Susan J., widow of Andrew H. CAMPBELL, aged 86 years and 6 months. 
-Funeral from the home Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
 
WARNER - In this city, Thursday evening, January 7, 1915, Samuel A. WARNER, aged 74 years. He is survived by his wife, Josephine THOMPSON; two daughters, Lura M. WARNER and Mrs. W. O. RICE, also three sisters. He was a member of E. G. Marshall Post, G. A. R.
-Funeral from his late residence, No. 486 Cady street, Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope.
 
WELLS - At his home, No. 880 South Goodman street, Friday morning, January 8, 1915, George W. WELLS, aged 75 years. He is survived by his wife, Mary; three sons, William WELLS, of Springfield, Mass., George and Charles WELLS; one daughter, Caroline; also eight grandchildren, all of this city, and two great-grandchildren, of Springfield, Mass. He was a member of O'Rorke Post, No. 1, G. A. R.
-Funeral from the home Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
 
DALY - In this city, Friday, January 8, 1915, at the family residence, No. 29 Jones street, Mary A., wife of Patrick DALY. Besides her husband she is survived by two sons, Cornelius R. and Patrick J., of this city; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph KRAUS, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Marie DALEY, of this city; two sisters, Mrs. George DOHERTY, of this city, and Mrs. D. DOUGHERTY, of New York city.
-Funeral will take place Monday morning at 7:45 o'clock from the house and at Lady Chapel at 8 o'clock.
 
O'BRIEN - LONG - In this city, Friday, January 8, 1915, Honora O'BRIEN-LONG, aged 33 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, Peter LONG; one daughter, Margaret; her mother, Mrs. Henora O'BRIEN, of Clarkson; four sisters, Mrs. T. J. O'BRIEN, of Clarkson, Mrs. Frank KALAHER, of Churchville, Mrs. Edward LAWLER, of Havre, Mont., and Miss Julia O'BRIEN of Clarkson; three brothers, L. L. O'BRIEN, of Albion(?), D. W. and James C. O'BRIEN, of Clarkson.
-Funeral from No. 63 Lapham street, at 8:30 o'clock, Monday morning and 9 o'clock at Church of the Sacred Heart, Flower City park. The remains will be taken to Church of Nativity, at Brockport and burial will be at Mt. Olivet Catholic cemetery, Brockport, N. Y.
 
SPAULDING - In this city, Friday, January 8, 1915, Catharine ANDERSON SPAULDING, aged 70 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, James A. SPAULDING, and one son, Alfred ANDERSON.
-Funeral service at the family residence, No. 37 Ries street, at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Interment in Mount Hope cemetery.
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IN MEMORIAM
 
LUSINK - In loving memory of my dear wife, Myrtle E. LUSINK, who died January 9, 1914.
     More and more each day I miss her.
      Friends may think the wound is healed;
     They little now the sorrow,
     That within my heart's concealed.
            Her Beloved Husband, John.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sun Jan 10, 1915
 
DEATH OF GEORGE W. WELLS
 
Veteran of Civil War and Former Volunteer Fireman
 
(photo of George W. Wells)
George W. WELLS, a Civil war veteran, died Friday at his home, No. 880 South Goodman street.
    Mr. WELLS was born in Bernardston, Mass., in 1839. He served in Company G, Tenth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, one of the famous fighting regiments of the war, which was three times surrounded on the Potomac and was engaged at Fair Oaks and in the seven days' fighting.
     Mr. WELLS came to Rochester in 1873 and was once in business here. He had been an employee of the city for the last twenty years, serving as a foreman in the Department of Public Works. He was the last survivor of the "big six" of the old Active Hose Company. In his prime he was 6 feet 2 1-2 inches tall and weighed 230 pounds. He was a member of O'Rorke Post, G. A. R., and orderly sergeant of the drill corps.
     He leaves his wife, Mary, and three sons, William, of Springfield, Mass., and George and Charles, of Rochester; one daughter, Caroline, and six grandchildren, of Rochester, and two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren of Springfield, Mass.
      The funeral will take place from the house at 2 o'clock Monday.
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WILL GO TO ITALY TO STUDY
 
Miss Lilly Cusumano Heard With Pleasure at Recital
 
(photo of Miss Lilly Cusumano)
      Miss Lilly CUSUMANO, of No. 131 Orange street, sang at a recital given on Friday night in Y. M. C. A. Music Hall. She has a sweet, clear voice of much power, among her numbers were selections from Verdi's "Aida," Paccini's "La Tosea," and "La Boheme" and Sidney Homer's song, "Dearest."
     Miss CUSUMANO is to give recitals this season in Rochester, New York, Scranton and other cities. She will go to Milan, Italy, next summer to study.
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MANY AT GOLDEN WEDDING
 
The celebration of the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob SMITH, of No. 24 Kondolf street, last Sunday was attended by their six children, seventeen grandchildren, a great-grandchild and many friends. Among those who helped to make the affair a success was Mrs. John BAUERSMITH.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Mrs. Anna McDONALD died yesterday afternoon at the home in Lima. She leaves six sons, James, Timothy, William and Frank McDONALD, of Lima; Robert McDONALD of Minnesota and Edward McDONALD of Honeoye Falls; four daughters, Nellie, Anna and Minnie McDONALD, of Rochester, and Jennie McDONALD, of Lima.
 
Mrs. Anna WILSON died on Friday evening at the Hahnemann Hospital, aged 45 years. She leaves her husband, Jerry WILSON, of No. 187(?) Clinton avenue north, and four daughters, Mrs. Harry NICKSON, Mrs. GARVIGAN, Mrs. ARKE and Miss Katherine WILSON. The body was removed to the home.
 
Mrs. Catherine HARENS died yesterday morning at the home of her daughters, Mrs. Frank SCHWARTZ, No. 607(?) Joseph avenue, aged 80(?) years. She leaves, besides her daughter, three sons, Jacob, Peter and Abraham HARENS; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
 
Theodore STAUBTORNOW, died last night at the home No. 124(?) Scrantom street, aged three days. The body was removed to No. 6_9 Clinton avenue north.
 
Mrs. Mac Mackey LORBEER(?), formerly of Rochester, died suddenly on Friday evening in Los Angeles, Cal.
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CHILDREN OF MARY INSTALL
 
Ceremony Held at Church of Blessed Sacrament -- Officers
 
The Children of Mary of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament installed the following officers Wednesday evening in the church hall, Oxford street: President, Miss Gertrude HARTNETT; vice-president, Miss Lucy HALL; secretary Miss Eleanor McLAUGHLIN; treasurer, Miss Della McGUIRE; Executive Committee, Misses Mae McGUIRE, Anna HALL, Fannie BECKWITH, Marie MADIGAN, Antoinette SCHULER, Margaret DEVEREAUX.
     Rev. Thomas F. CONNORS, pastor of the church and Dr. COWAN were the guests of honor. A handsome gold brooch was given to the president as a token of appreciation for her work in the past two years. Luncheon was served and an entertainment was given.
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BORN
 
MYERS - At the General Hospital, Wednesday, January 6, 1915, to Mr. and Mrs. George MYERS, of No. 332 Exchange street, a daughter.
 
YEISLEY - At St. Joseph's Hospital, Elmira, N. Y., Thursday, January 7, 1915, to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis W. YEISLEY, a son, Curtis W. YEISLEY, Jr.
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DIED
 
BLUMENSTIEL - At her home, No. 452 Alexander street, Saturday, January 9, 1915, Frederika, widow of Moses BLUMENSTIEL.
-Notice of funeral hereafter. Kindly omit flowers. 
 
BRIDGMAN - Entered into rest, Friday morning, January 8, 1915, at No. 254 Alexander street, Helen POTTER FURMAN, wife of Leroy C. BRIDGMAN, of Minneapolis, Minn.,  daughter of Mrs. C. E. FURMAN and sister of Fannie FURMAN and Mrs. James M. CARTER.
-Funeral Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
LeWALTER - Late Thursday night, January 7, 1915, at the family residence, No. 97 Clifton street, Catherine M. LeWALTER, wife of William A. LeWALTER, aged 55 years. She leaves, besides her husband, to mourn her loss, two sons, George W. and William D. LeWALTER, and one daughter Mrs. J. C. MUELLER, Jr.
-Funeral Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from Immaculate Conception Church. Burial at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
WELLS - At his home, No. 880 South Goodman street, Friday morning, January 8, 1915, George W. WELLS, aged 75 years. He is survived by his wife, Mary; three sons, William WELLS, of Springfield, Mass., George and Charles WELLS; one daughter, Caroline; also eight grandchildren, all of this city, and two great-grandchildren, of Springfield, Mass. He was a member of O'Rorke Post, No. 1, G. A. R.
-Funeral from the home Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
 
BOWLES - At the family residence, No. 140(?) Myrtle street, Friday evening, January 8, 1915, William BOWLES. He is survived by two brothers, John and Joseph BOWLES; three sisters, Mary and Anna BOWLES and Mrs. P. J. ROWAN.
-Funeral Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock at Holy Apostles' Church. Interment in the family lot in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
HARTLEY - At her home, No. 301 Monroe avenue, Friday, January 8, 1915, Mrs. Anna HARTLEY, widow of John HARTLEY, aged 69 years. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. S. F. CURTISS, Miss Martha HARTLEY and Mrs. V. L. POPE; two sons, Charles and Grover HARTLEY.
-Funeral services will be held from her late residence, No. 301 Monroe avenue, Monday morning, January 11, 1915, at 10:30 o'clock. Burial will be at Albion, N. Y.
 
DIRKSEN - At his home, No. 117 Aldine street, Saturday, January 9, 1915, George H. DIRKSEN, aged 54 years. He is survived by his wife, Catherine; one son, George H., and one daughter, Evelyn F., also one sister and one brother.
-Funeral from his late residence, Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Riverside cemetery. Services in charge of Monroe Commandery, No. 12, K. T. Kindly omit flowers.
 
POWERS - At the family home, No. 9 Riverside street, Friday, January 8, 1915, Edward POWERS. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Mary POWERS; two daughters, Margaret and Elizabeth POWERS; four sons, Frances, Vincent, Emmett and Edward POWERS; one brother, William E. POWERS, of this city; five sisters, Mrs. Dr. MILLER, Mrs. P. FLAN_IGAN, Mrs. Albert POTTER, Mrs. J. MURPHY, all of Buffalo, and Mrs. Sarah KING, of Chicago.
-Funeral Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and at 9 o'clock at Lady Chapel Cathedral. Interment in family lot in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
SPAULDING - In this city, Friday, January 8, 1915, Catharine ANDERSON SPAULDING, aged 70 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, James A. SPAULDING, and one son, Alfred ANDERSON.
-Funeral service at the family residence, No. 37 Ries street, at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Interment in Mount Hope cemetery.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Mon Jan 11, 1915
 
BOY DRAGS COMPANION FROM DEATH IN CANAL
 
One Rescued Was Struggling in Ice and Water
 
     Nine-year-old Jack DOYLE, of No. 31 Sycamore street, Saturday afternoon saved the life of a companion of his own age, David HUCK, Jr., 9 years old, of No. 47 Fountain street. HUCK and other children were skating on the thin ice of the canal near the lock south of the Monroe avenue bridge, where the water is said to be about six feet deep. Boys had cut a hole in the ice, to angle for carp, it is said, and young HUCK went near it. The ice broke and he fell in.
     As the child struggled in water and ice, older boys are said to have looked on, apparently helpless or afraid. Young DOYLE lay down on the ice, crawled along to the broken edges, and reached for HUCK. He caught hold of a part of his clothing, pulled him toward solid ice, and finally, without assistance, got him out of the water.
     The HUCK boy was taken home, where he has since recovered from his fright and exposure. Young DOYLE is a son of Acting Detective John A. DOYLE.
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ALLEGES SERIOUS INJURIES
 
Woman Who Fell on Walk Sues Reduction Company for Damages.
 
     Damages of $10,000 are sought by Mrs. Effie M. CHAPMAN for injuries she received when she slipped on garbage that had been spilled from the pail of a collector for the Genesee Reduction Company on the south side of Bartlett street on September 19, 1913. An action is brought in Supreme Court through Wile & Oviatt against the city and the reduction company.
     It is alleged by the plaintiff that her left ankle was badly sprained and the ligaments of the ankle and foot torn and permanently injured; that right leg and hip were bruised and her spinal column sprained and wrenched, and that she suffered from a contusion over her right eye, concussion of the brain and other severe effects of the fall.
     Suit is brought against the reduction company on the ground that it is liable for the acts of its employees. The city is made a defendant owing to the following clause of its contract with the reduction company:
     "The operation, appliances, plant and employees of the contractor shall constantly be subject to inspection by the commission of public works or the city engineer, and said contractor shall aid the inspectors in the performance of their duty. The contractor shall suspend or remove any disobedient, disorderly or incompetent employee when so requested in writing by the commissioner of public works, and he shall not be again employed without the consent of said commissioner."
     The reduction company is represented by CARNAHAN, ADAMS, JAMESON & PIERCE.
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ASPHYXIATED WHEN ON VISIT TO NEPHEW
 
Woman 80 Years of Age Found Dead in Bed
 
     Mary J. BROOKS, 80 years old, was found dead in bed yesterday morning at the home of her nephew, Henry H. BROOKS, No. 278 Emerson street. She had accidentally turned on the gas before she went to bed on Saturday night, and death was due to asphyxiation.
      Mrs. BROOKS, who lived in Caledonia, came to the city on Saturday to visit her nephew. At 10 o'clock Saturday night she was escorted to her room by Mrs. Henry BROOKS, who offered to remain with her until she was ready for bed. She replied that that was not necessary.
     Yesterday morning a little daughter of BROOKS went to call her great-aunt. She found the room filled with gas and hurried back to tell her father. BROOKS ran upstairs and found his aunt dead in bed.
      Coroner KLEINDIENST investigated the case. He found that the gas cock was new and easily turned. It was evident that Mrs. BROOKS had become nervous after turning off the flame and turned the gas on again. He gave a certificate to that effect.
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MAN FALLS FROM HAYLOFT
 
Taken to Hospital in Unconscious Condition - Severely Hurt.
  
    Alpheus DECKER was injured early yesterday morning when he fell from the hayloft in a barn at Genesee street and Brooks avenue owned by Clarence HUNT, of No. 918 Genesee street. He was taken to St. Mary's Hospital in an unconscious condition. For a time it was feared his skull was fractured. He has two scalp wounds, a gash under the right ear and a bad bruise on the chin.
     DECKER was employed by HUNT as a driver. He was throwing hay down to the horses when he fell. He will recover. DECKER is 45 years old and his home is in Pavilion.
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BOY OF 13 DIES SUDDENLY
 
    Joseph Walter GASSMANN, 13 years old, was taken ill at his home, No. 290 Michigan street, yesterday morning, but his condition did not seem to be serious and no physician was summoned. He died last night, Coroner KLEINDIENST was notified and caused the body to be removed to the morgue. An autopsy will be held this morning.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Miss Friederike BLUMENSTIEL died Saturday evening at the home, No. 452 Alexander street. She leaves her husband, Moses BLUMENSTIEL; four sons, Alexander, Joseph, Asher and Samuel BLUMENSTIEL, a daughter, Miriam BLUMENSTIEL, and four grandchildren. Mrs. BLUMENSTIEL was born in Sillxen, Germany, December 13, 1825, and came to Rochester when a young girl.
 
Charles R. ZEINER died suddenly Saturday evening at his home, No. 42 Mark street, aged 61 years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Emelie ZEINER; three sons, Charles, William and George ZEINER; four daughters, Mrs. G. W. HOPPE, Mrs. E. CONNOLLY, Mrs. H. WOGGAN and Miss Mamie ZEINER; a brother, David ZEINER; a sister, Mrs. A. BURGER, and fifteen grandchildren.
 
Charles J. RIEGER died yesterday at his home, No. 2 Heidelberg street, aged 84 years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth RIEGER; a son, Charles RIEGER; four daughters, Mrs. J. HERRICK, Mrs. W. L. CAUDLE, Mrs. A. SOURS and Mrs. H. BOHEN, and eight grandchildren.
 
Marie DOYLE died yesterday morning at the home, No. 429 Jefferson avenue, aged 21 years. She leaves her parents, two brothers, William and Sylvester, and a sister, Irene.
 
Mrs. Mary MALONE died yesterday morning in this city. She leaves her husband, George MALONE.
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APPELLANT'S CONTENTION
 
In the argument before the Appellate Division last week the appellant contended that there was no evidence that HARGRAVES lost his life in the furnace, or even that he was dead. That HARGRAVES went into the furnace was not questioned by the appellant's counsel. That was proved by the testimony of several witnesses. But not a witness was produced at the trial who could testify that the man was there when the furnace was closed, the defendant claimed.
     The respondent argued that the weight of the evidence was that HARGRAVES entered the furnace and never came out again, and that no other conclusion than that he met his death there could reasonably be drawn.
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AUGUST MAGIN DIES SUDDENLY
 
August MAGIN, 50 years old, died suddenly last night at his home, No. 443 Alphonse street. The body was removed to the morgue, and Coroner KILLIP will cause an autopsy to be made to-day.
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LEG BROKEN IN FALL
 
    Thomas JOHNSON, 42 years old, fell off the porch of his house, No. 187 Oak street, last night. His right leg was broken. The fracture was reduced at St. Mary's Hospital.
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POSTMASTER IN BRADFORD NAMED
     Corning, Jan. 10 - Harvey ZIMMERMAN has been appointed postmaster in Bradford, Steuben county, upon the recommendation of Congressman E. S. UNDERHILL.
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FUNERAL OF MRS. J. F. KINNEY
 
Wife of Former Judge Laid to Rest at Holy Sepulchre
 
     The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth J. KINNEY, wife of former Judge John F. KINNEY, took place at 9 o'clock Saturday morning from Lady Chapel, St. Patrick's Cathedral. A solemn requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev. J. Francis O'HERN, of the Cathedral, assisted by Rev. Mortimer L. NOLAN, deacon, and Rev. John NAPIER, subdeacon.
     The final absolution and blessing was pronounced by Bishop HICKEY. Among the clergymen in the sanctuary were Rev. J. Emil GEFELL, of SS. Peter and Paul's Church, and Rev. John KELLY, of Spencerport. Interment was made in Holy Sepulchre cemetery, where Rev. Andrew MEEHAN officiated.
     The bearers were James L. WHALEN, Thomas H. CHRISTIE, George F. NIER(?), William KENEALY, Joseph P. HENRY and Mark E. COSTELLO.
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DIED
 
ZEINER - At the family home, No. 42 Mark street, Saturday, January 9, 1915, Charles R. ZEINER, aged 61 years, 9 months. Besides his wife, Emelie, he leaves three sons, Charles, William and George ZEINER; four daughters, Mrs. G. W. HOPPE, Mrs. E. CONNOLLY, Mrs. H. WEGGON(?) and Miss Mamie ZEINER; one brother, David ZEINER; one sister, Mrs. A. BURGER, and fifteen grandchildren. Deceased was a member of the Rochester Schwaben Verein, the Helvetia Vereia and Saxonia Lodge, of the Harugari.
-Funeral services will be held from the home, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
 
BRIDGMAN - Entered into rest, Friday morning, January 8, 1915, at No. 254 Alexander street, Helen POTTER FURMAN, wife of Leroy C. BRIDGMAN, of Minneapolis, Minn., daughter of Mrs. C. E. FURMAN and sister of Fannie FURMAN and Mrs. James M. CARTER.
-Funeral Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
BROOKS - Entered into rest, Sunday morning, January 10, 1915, at No. 278 Emerson street, Rochester, N. Y., Miss Mary J. BROOKS, aged 76 years.
-The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of her son, George BROOKS, two and one-half miles south of Scottsville. Interment will be made in the Mumford Rural cemetery.
 
COBB - Suddenly in Webster, Sunday afternoon, January 10, 1915, at 4 o'clock, Charles A. COBB, aged 54 years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Mary THOMPSON COBB; one daughter, Dorothy; one son, Chauncey; his father, Calvin COBB, and one brother, Rev. Henry A. LEATY, of Des Moines, Ia.
-Funeral Wednesday in Webster. Interment in Webster Rural cemetery.
 
ELDREDGE - In her home in Church street, Fairport, Saturday morning, January 9, 1915, Mrs. Eliza ELDREDGE, widow of I. B. ELDREDGE. She leaves four sisters, Mrs. N. E. WORRILL and Mrs. O. T. HURLBURT, of Fairport; Mrs. Lydia CHURCH, of Skaneateles, and Mrs. Isabel GARDINER, of Buffalo.
-Funeral from the home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. S. S. KENYON officiating. Interment in Oakwood cemetery, Penfield.
 
DOYLE - At the family residence, No. 429 Jefferson avenue, Sunday morning, January 10, 1915, Miss Marie DOYLE, aged 21 years. She leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William DOYLE; one sister, Irene DOYLE;  two brothers, William and Sylvester DOYLE, all of this city.
-The funeral will take place Tuesday morning, January 12, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from St. Monica's Church. Interment in family lot in Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Brooklyn papers please copy.
 
SUGRU - Suddenly, at her late residence, No. 153 Adams street, Sunday evening, January 10, 1915, Nettie SUGRU, aged 35 years. She leaves to mourn her loss three sisters, Mrs. W. C. LUCAS, Mrs. F. A BATES, of Buffalo, and Miss Margaret MERZ.
-Funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon, January 13th, at 2:30 o'clock from her late residence, No. 153 Adams street.
 
BLUMENSTIEL - Saturday evening, January 9, 1915, at her home, No. 452 Alexander street, Mrs. Frederika BLUMENSTIEL. She was born in Silixen, Germany, December 13, 1825. Deceased is survived by four sons, Alexander, Joseph, Asher and Samuel; one daughter, Miriam, and four grandchildren. 
-Funeral services from the late residence Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Kindly omit flowers.
 
McDONALD - At the home in Lima, Saturday, January 9, 1915, Mrs. Anna McDONALD, wife of John McDONALD. She leaves six sons, James, Timothy, William and Frank McDONALD, of Lima, Robert McDONALD, of Minnesota, and Edward McDONALD, of Honeoye Falls; four daughters, Nellie, Anna and Minnie McDONALD, of Rochester and Jennie McDONALD, of Lima, and 12 grandchildren.
-Funeral Tuesday morning, January 12, 1915, at 9 o'clock at the family home and at 9:30 o'clock at St. Rosa's Church, Lima.
 
GRANT - In this city, Sunday evening, January 10, 1915, Mrs. F. L. GRANT, aged 59 years. She leaves four sons, F. Harrison and Francis B., of this city, Donald M., of Buffalo, and Ward E., of Inglewood, Cal.
-Funeral from No. 26 Lake View terrace, Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment at Providence, R. I.
 
NEWMAN - Suddenly, in Pittsburg, Pa., Friday, January 8, 1915, Lucy J. NEWMAN, formerly of this city. Deceased is survived by her husband, Harris NEWMAN, of Pittsburg; two sisters, Mrs. Fred C. NOBE and Mrs. Anthony WINTERS, of Rochester; three brothers, Lawrence and Joseph MOLL, of California and Frank MOLL, of Rochester.
-Funeral from the residence of Mrs. Fred C. NO(H or B)E, No. 204 Melville street, at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday morning and 9 o'clock at Corpus Christi Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
  
DIRKSEN - At his home, No. 117 Aldine street, Saturday, January 9, 1915, George E. DIRKSEN, aged 54 years. He is survived by his wife, Catherine; one son, George H., and one daughter, Evelyn F., also one sister and one brother.
-Funeral from his late residence, Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Riverside cemetery. Services in charge of Monroe Commandery, No. 12, K. T. Kindly omit flowers.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Tue Jan 12, 1915
 
WOMAN ASKS $35,000 FOR HUSBAND'S DEATH
 
Killed When Boiler of Locomotive Blew Up
 
    Corning, Jan. 11 - Thirty-five thousand dollars damages are asked for the death of Peter MARGESON by his wife. Lettia MARGESON, of Hornell, in an action which went on trial in Supreme Court here to-day with the Erie railroad as defendant. Peter MARGESON was one of two Erie Employees killed July 31st last when the boiler of an engine blew up a mile west of Hunts on the Erie Hunto-Cuba cut-off. He was fireman. William BURT, the engineer, of Hornell, was instantly killed. The plaintiff alleges that the explosion resulted from a patched and defective boiler.
     Charles O'CONNOR, a conductor of the freight train on which MARGESON was fireman; Burt E. SLATT, the fireman, and Henry PURCELL, the head brakeman, took the stand this afternoon and described the accident in vivid terms. All three men saw a flash near the front end of the boiler and then saw the engine break in two and fall in half on either side of the track.
     PURCELL was riding in the cab with the two men who were killed, but he escaped with severe burns and cuts and bruises. He stated that he saw MARGESON putting coal into the firebox just before the explosion occurred. He did not see him again.
     Engineer BURT died almost as soon as the accident occurred, but Fireman MARGESON lived for five hours, dying at the Hornell Hospital.
     The plaintiff's attorney rested their case late this afternoon and the defense opened. The case will go to the jury to-morrow.
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MAN, 70 YEARS OLD, DIES WHILE AT WORK
 
Falls Unconscious While Unloading Coal
 
Warsaw, Jan. 11 - While unloading coal at the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh station this afternoon, Nelson ROGERS, 70 years old, succumbed to a lingering illness. He had been ill with Bright's disease for some time, but was thought able to go to work this morning.
     ROGERS drew one load of coal after dinner and returned for another. When he did not return at 3 o'clock, one of the men was sent to look him up. He found the old man lying on the coal in a car unconscious. ROGERS died a few minutes after. The body was taken to the home, in Mechanics street, from where the funeral will be held Wednesday.
      ROGERS was born in Westersfield and had lived in Warsaw for about ten years. He leaves a wife.
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MRS. LUCINDA P. MADISON
 
Warsaw, Jan. 11 - The funeral of Mrs. Lucinda PRATT MADISON, widow of James MADISON, was held this afternoon from her late home on the East Hill, Warsaw, N. Y. Rev. H. A. WAITE, pastor of the Baptist Church in Perry, officiated. The burial was beside her husband in the Warsaw cemetery. She was 79 years old and was born December 6, 1835, in Wethersfield, a daughter of Randall and Maria EDDY PRATT. Fifty-nine years ago she was married to James MADISON, who died nine years ago.
     Mrs. MADISON leaves one daughter, Mrs. Louisa WHITTAM, of Silver Springs; two brothers, William PRATT, of Toledo, Ill., and Addison PRATT, of Warsaw, and one sister, Mrs. George MADISON, of Silver Springs.
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WYOMING CANNING CO. DIRECTORS
 
Wyoming, Jan. 11 - The annual meeting of the Wyoming Canning & Preserving Company was held in Village Hall, Saturday afternoon. Directors elected for the following year are: W. E. BONSTEDT, of Philadelphia; W. E. WELLMAN and L. E. WELLS, of Pavilion; John BROUGHTON, of Covington; W. A. HAWLEY, A. L. CHAMBERLAIN, Miss V. L. MILLS, of Wyoming. The directors organized with the following officers: President A. E. WELLMAN; vice-president, L. E. WELLS; treasurer, W. A. HAWLEY; secretary, Miss V. L. MILLS. The company had an especially good year, however, no dividend was declared as the output of peas, which was u_er b_ttes, is being held for higher prices.
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CHICKEN SHOW IN BATAVIA
 
Fifth Annual Exhibit of Genesee County Association on
 
Batavia, Jan. 11 - The Genesee County Poultry Association opened its fifth annual exhibit in Batavia to-day. There were 150 classes of chickens, ducks, geese, turkey and ornamental fowls on exhibition. W. J. WIRT, of Brockport, and E. D. CORNISH, of Naples, are the judges and will begin their work to-morrow morning. The exhibition will be open from 9 A. M. until 10:30 P. M., throughout the week.
     The display of water fowl is unusually large, and in the display of chickens the Barred Rock class is the largest ever exhibited. Many special prizes have been contributed by Genesee county people.
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MRS. L. L. WASHBURN
 
Batavia, Jan. 11 - Mrs. Livinna _. WASHBURN died this morning at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Grace A. WASHBURN, No. 43 Ellicott avenue, aged 92 years. Mrs. WASHBURN came to Genesee county in 1856 with her husband, and had resided here ever since. Her late husband, John WASHBURN, conducted the WASHBURN House in Batavia for many years. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made at Batavia cemetery.
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WEGMAN PIANO CO. CLOSES
 
Auburn, Jan. 11 - James M. KNAPP, the newly appointed receiver for the Wegman Piano Company, closed down the plant at noon to-day for the purpose of taking inventory and making an exact statement of the assets and liabilities of the concern. Mr. KNAPP stated that it was probable that the shops would start again at the completion of the inventory as the firm has a large number of unfilled orders and much raw material on hand.
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ONLY TWO GET RAISE ASKED FOR
 
Auburn, Jan. 11 - The only increases in salaries granted by the Board of Supervisors this year were to District-Attorney Albert H. CLARK, who received a boost from $1,500 to $2,000 per year, and to the special clerk in the office of Surrogate Walter E. WOODIN of $10 per month. Several other petitions for raises by county employees were tabled.
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BLACK BASS FOR OWASCO LAKE
 
Auburn, Jan. 11 - A large consignment of black bass gathered from the bed of the Erie canal when the water was turned off was placed in the waters of Owasco lake to-day under the supervision of State Game Protector Willard A. HOAGLAND. A smaller number were placed in the lake yesterday.
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HARRY M. DUNCAN
 
Death of Churchville Youth Cuts Short Promising Career
 
Churchville, Jan. 11 - The death of Harry M. DUNCAN occurred in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James DUNCAN, two miles north of Churchville at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, following a lingering illness. He was born in the town of Riga 22 years ago, and after being graduated from the Churchville High School with the class of 1910, entered the school of pharmacy of the University of Michigan, from which he was graduated with honor in June, 1913. He was elected a member of the Aristolochite Society as a mark of exceptional ability in the study and practice of pharmaceutics sciences. He then took up a course in chemistry with special attention to bacteriology, from which course he would have graduated this month had be been able to continue school.
     He leaves his parents and three brothers, Alexander C., of Rochester; James L., of Churchville, and David C., who is an instructor of physics in Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana.
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MRS. JOSEPH FARNSWORTH
 
Blood Poisoning from Needle Causes Death of Rushville Woman
 
Rushville, Jan. 10 - The death of Mrs. Ella VAN EPPS FARNSWORTH occurred early Sunday morning in her late home in North Main street this village, aged 59 years. Death resulted from blood poisoning, which started about two weeks ago when she pricked herself with a needle.
     She was a daughter of John and Anna VAN EPPS and had always lived in this vicinity. Besides her husband, Joseph FARNSWORTH, she leaves a son and daughter, John FARNSWORTH and Mrs. Ella GOODRICH all of Rushville, and a sister, Mrs. Hiram FERGUSON, of Ferguson Corners.
     The funeral will be held from the home Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. R. C. SPEER officiating. Interment in Rushville cemetery.
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GAVIGAN -- ENSCOE
 
Bath, Jan. 11 - The marriage of George GAVIGAN and Miss May ENSCOE, daughter of S. J. ENSCOE, took place at 7:30 o'clock this evening in the chapel of the Soldiers' Home, Rev. J. J. O'DONOGHUE officiated in the presence of a small company of friends and relatives. The bride wore a traveling gown of blue broadcloth with hat and glove to match and was attended by her sister, Mrs. Milton J. TUCKER. Mr. TUCKER was best man. Following the ceremony, a supper was served in the home of the bride's father. Mr. and Mrs. GAVIGAN left at 11 o'clock to-night for new York city, where they will spend a honeymoon of ten days. They will live here, where Mr. GAVIGAN is an employee of the Globe Clothing Company.
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GIFT OF FURNITURE FOR Y. M. C. A.
 
Clifton Springs, Jan. 11 - The Young Men's Christian Association, of this village, is the recipient of a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. BAILEY, of this village, of the furniture of the game room of the association building. There are fourteen pieces, all in mission design, Mr. BAILY is a former secretary of the local association.
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SURGEONS TO BE EXAMINED
 
Coroner to Inquire in Case of Man Injured in Pittsford
 
Until he can examine surgeons from St. Mary's Hospital, Coroner KLEINDIENST will not give a verdict in the case of William C. SILCO, 25 years old, who died at the Hospital last Friday morning of blood poisoning. The young man was injured by a corn shredder at Pittsford on January 2d.
     At the inquest yesterday Charles SILCO, father of the dead man, testified that his son was injured on George R. KNICKERBOCKER's farm and that he was removed at once to St. Mary's Hospital, where the mangled arm was examined. He was told that, in all probability it would have to be amputated. Death occurred before the operation was begun.
     Testimony was given which showed that SILCO had been warned by both his father and employer to keep away from the machinery. He got too close to a barbed cylinder and a sleeve of his sweater was caught by one of the spikes.
      Harry G. WALTERS, of Pittsford, said his hand was badly cut by the machine on November 24th. He thought that an insufficient number of men were employed to operate the machine.
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DEATH CAUSED BY PNEUMONIA
 
An autopsy, performed yesterday, showed that the death of Joseph Walter GASSMANN, 13 years old, of No. 290 Michigan street, who died Sunday, was caused by pneumonia. He was taken ill Sunday morning, but did not appear to be in serious condition so that a physician was not called. Coroner KLEINDIENST gave a certificate.
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DEPARTMENT PRESIDENT A GUESTS
 
Mrs. Nettie V. C. SMITH, department president of the Ladies of the G. A. R. was entertained by Mrs. Susie FRANCIS, of No. 145 Breck street, last Wednesday, when she installed officers of Captain Henry LOMB Circle at the Armory.
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DIED OF HEART DISEASE
 
Coroner KLEINDIENST yesterday gave a certificate of death from heart disease in the case of Miss Ettie SUGRU, 35 years old, who was found dead in the house of Henry C. MERZ, No. 158 Adams street, on Sunday night. Miss SUGRU had lived with the MERZ family for several years.
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YOUNG WOMAN CUTS THROAT WITH RAZOR TO END LIFE
 
When in a state of deep melancholy yesterday afternoon Miss Marie SUYDAM, 32 years old, cut her throat with a razor and died before aid could be given. Her life could not have been saved if she had been found immediately after the cutting.
     Miss SUYDAM was a daughter of W. D. SUYDAM, of Morsemere, N. J., a suburb of New York, and an instructor in a preparatory school connected with Columbia University. Her father is a trustee of a Free Methodist Church in New York. Some time ago the young woman became ill, owing to overwork and study, and is said to have had delusions showing mental disturbance over religion.
     On Tuesday of last week the young woman came to Rochester and went to the home of Rev. Edward M. SANDYS, No. 41 Richmond street Mr. SANDYS is pastor of the Free Methodist Church in this city. It was thought a rest here would be of benefit to her. Dr. Edward B. ANGELL, of No. 295 Alexander street, saw Miss SUYDAM yesterday and was of the opinion that she was improving.
     Late in the afternoon Miss SUYDAM complained of feeling greatly depressed. When not observed she entered the bathroom. She cut a long gash in her throat and then leaned against the wall until loss of blood caused her to sink to the floor. Groans were heard, and members of the family hurried to the bathroom. Death occurred before a physician could reach the house.
     Coroner KILLIP was notified, and after learning the circumstances gave a certificate.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Mrs. Friederike BLUMENSTIEL died last Saturday evening at the home, No. 452 Alexander street. Mrs. BLUMENSTIEL was born in Silixen, Germany, December 13, 1825, and came to Rochester as a young girl. Her husband, Moses BLUMENSTIEL, died several years ago. She leaves four sons, Alexander, Joseph, Asher and Samuel BLUMENSTIEL; a daughter, Miriam BLUMENSTIEL, and four grandchildren.
 
The funeral of Mrs. Thomas L. HOPKINS, formerly Izilda A. RICHTER, who died suddenly in Los Angeles on January 2d, took place in that city. She is survived in Rochester by three sisters, Mrs. Florence R. LARSEN, Mrs. H. E. SANFORD and Mrs. W. E. PERRY. She was born in Syracuse, August 27, 1878 and lived in Rochester for twenty years. She was a graduate of Dr. GRAHAM's Sanitarium. She was married last June.
 
Fred G. SCHULER, formerly of this city, died in Youngstown, O., last Friday, aged 42 years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Anna RYAN SCHULER; two sons, Herbert and Fred SCHULER, Jr.; two daughters, the Misses Mary and Rose SCHULER, of Youngstown; his mother, Mrs. Frank YACHN; a brother, Martin SCHULER, and a sister, Mrs. John WALTERS, all of Rochester.
 
William H. GILLETTE, who at one time was president of the village of Charlotte and superintendent of the Rochester & Manitou Railway Company, died last Sunday at the home, No. 38 Laird street, Buffalo. Of late years he had been identified with the New York Telephone Company in Buffalo.
 
August MAGIN died last Sunday, aged 50 years. He was well known to the retail clothing trade of the city. He leaves a son, R. MAGIN; three brothers, Gerome, Frank and Martin MAGIN, and a sister, Mrs. Rachel USSELLMAN.
 
Alice LIMERICK died last Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. F. KAME, Ridgebury.
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RUNS FOR CAR; AUTO KILLS HIM INSTANTLY
 
Barnum Street Man Meets Sudden Tragic Death.
 
Hurrying out of Barnum street into Main street, late yesterday afternoon James H. ARCHER, 45 years old, started to catch a street car. He ran in front of an automobile, which ran into him and threw him to the pavement with so much force that he lost consciousness. He died a few minutes later, probably from a broken skull.
     ARCHER lived with his wife and three children at No. 150 Breck street. He was well known about the city, and had been employed for years, in hotels downtown. During the past three months, he had been employed at Fred LONDON's restaurant, at No. 105 Main street east.
     The automobile was driven by William MAYNARD, of No. 116 Bowman street, a chauffeur in the employ of the MORSE Brothers.
     The accident occurred almost in front of the office of Dr. W. G. MACK of No. 1385 Main street east. The injured man was carried into the office and the ambulance of the Homeopathic Hospital was summoned, but he died before the ambulance arrived.
     Coroner KILLIP was notified and went to the scene. Among others, he saw Miss Maud FOSBENDER, of No. 54 Breck street, who had seen the accident. She told the Coroner that ARCHER, when he ran into the street, was but two feet in front of the automobile, which was being driven at moderate speed. She thought he was killed instantly.
     The remains were removed to the morgue, where the Coroner will probably hold an inquest.
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DIED
 
GASSMAN - At the family residence, No. 290 Michigan street, Sunday night, January 10, 1915, Joseph N. GASSMAN, aged 13 years. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert GASSMAN; four brothers and two sisters.
-The funeral will take place this (Tuesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock from the funeral parlors of Frank W. Rossenbach, No. 131 Allen street, and will be strictly private. Burial at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
ZEINER - At the family home, No. 42 Mark street, Saturday, January 9, 1915, Charles R. ZEINER, aged 61 years, 9 months. Besides his wife, Emelie, he leaves three sons, Charles, William and George ZEINER; four daughters, Mrs. G. W. HOPPE, Mrs. E. CONNOLLY, Mrs. H. WEGGON(?) and Miss Mamie ZEINER; one brother, David ZEINER; one sister, Mrs. A. BURGER, and fifteen grandchildren. Deceased was a member of the Rochester Schwaben Verein, the Heivetia Vereia and Saxonia Lodge, of the Harugari.
-Funeral services will be held from the home, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
 
BLUMENSTIEL - Saturday evening, January 9, 1915, at her home, No. 452 Alexander street, Mrs. Frederika BLUMENSTIEL. She was born in Silixen, Germany, December 13, 1825. Deceased is survived by four sons, Alexander, Joseph, Asher and Samuel; one daughter, Miriam, and four grandchildren. 
-Funeral services from the late residence Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Kindly omit flowers.
 
GRANT - At the home of her son, No. 26 Lake View terrace, Sunday, January 10, 1915, Mrs. S. W. W. GRANT, mother of F. Harrison and Francis B., of this city, Donald M., of Buffalo, and Ward E., of Inglewood, Cal.
-Funeral private, this (Tuesday) afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment at Providence, R. I. Providence papers please copy.
 
HOPKINS - In Los Angeles, Cal., Saturday, January 2, 1915. Izilda A. RICHTER, wife of Thomas L. HOPKINS. She is survived in this city by three sisters, Mrs. Florence R. LARSEN, Mrs. H. E. SANFORD and Mrs. W. E. PERRY, of Rochester.
-Funeral was held in Los Angeles, Cal.
 
JACKSON - In this city, Monday, January 11, 1915, Miss Marion JACKSON.
-The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the A. M. E. Z. Church.
 
NOLDT - Entered into rest, Sunday evening, January 10, 1915, at the home of his parents, No. 140 Broadway, Guy D. NOLDT, youngest son of William J. and Emma NOLDT, aged 22 years. Besides his father and mother he is survived by two brothers, William J., Jr., and Edmund C. and two sisters, Amy and Hazel NOLDT, all of this city.
-Funeral from the home, No. 140 Broadway, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and will be private. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
MAGIN - Suddenly, Sunday evening, January 10, 1915, August MAGIN, of No. 443 Alphonso street, aged 50 years. He is survived by one son, Robert MAGIN; three brothers, Jerome,  Frank and Martin; one sister, Rachel USSELLMAN. He was a member of New Empire Tent, K. O. T. M.
-Funeral Wednesday morning, January 13, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from L. W. Maier's Sons, No. 166 Clinton avenue north and 9 o'clock at Holy Redeemer Church.
 
HUNTER - Entered into rest, early Monday morning, January 11, 1915, at the family residence, No. 104 Depew street, William L. HUNTER. He leaves his wife, Mabel HUNTER; four daughters, Nezine, Clara, Jessie and Laura HUNTER; one son, Lafayette HUNTER. He was a member of _tona Tent, No. 94, Knights of Maccabees.
-Funeral services Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the home. Body will be taken to Pavilion, N. Y., Thursday morning, and the burial will be held on the arrival of the 10 o'clock train. Pavilion, N. Y. papers please copy.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Wed Jan 13, 1915
 
BURNED WHEN FRYING FISH
 
Woman Recovers Damages, and Restaurant Man Appeals
 
For burns she received when she was frying fish in the restaurant of William McKEEVER in Syracuse, Mrs. Iva(?) May HUNT recovered a $100 judgment in Onondaga Supreme Court before Justice ANDREWS. Yesterday an appeal was argued before the Appellate Division, Positively the first appeal before the court in a case in which the plaintiff was injured when frying fish. Myron S. MELVIN represented the respondent.
     Mrs. HUNT was heating grease in a large spider preparatory to frying the fish. The griddle supporting the spider fell (unreadable) stove and naturally the spider also fell. Immediately there was a flash of flame, and Mrs. HUNT's neck, face and arms were burned so badly that they became spotted.
     McKEEVER claims that the woman accidentally knocked the spider of grease into the stove.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Mrs. Mary F. YOUNG, wife of Benjamin A. YOUNG, died Monday in Sea Breeze. She leaves her husband, a daughter, Ruth O. YOUNG. The body was removed to No. 265 North street.
 
Mrs. Elizabeth TULLY died at the home of her daughter, No. 102 Romeyn street, aged 66 years. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. George De FA_EN, Mrs. Joseph HAUNGS and Mrs. C. SMYTH; a son, Harry F. TULLY, and five grandchildren.
 
Andrew C. KENNY, aged 55 years, died yesterday morning at St. Mary's Hospital. He leaves two brothers, both of Troy. The body was removed to No. 230 Brown street.
 
Miss Alice LIMERICK died Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. S. KANE, in Ridgeberry, Pa.
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MARRIED
 
HOLTZ -- SHAVLAN - By Rabbi Horace J. WOLF, Tuesday, January 12, 1915, Miss _oma SHAVLAN and Abe S. HOLTZ. At home at No. 143 Pinnacle road, after March 1st.
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DIED
 
WHITNEY - Entered into rest, at Irondequoit, Monday evening, January 11, 1915, Charles E. WHITNEY, aged 46 years. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth F_ER WHITNEY; his parents, Adelbert and Caroline BANGS WHITNEY; one brother, Frederick Adelbert WHITNEY. He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose and F. E. Pierce Camp, No. 15, Sons of Veterans.
-Funeral at Ward's Mortuary Chapel, No. 1103 Main street east at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
 
 
SUGRU - Suddenly, at her late residence, No. 153 Adams street, Sunday evening, January 10, 1915, Nettie SUGRU, aged 35 years. She leaves to mourn her loss three sisters, Mrs. W. C. LUCAS, Mrs. F. A. BATES, of Buffalo, and Miss Margaret MERZ.
-Funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon, January 13th, at 2:30 o'clock from her late residence, No. 153 Adams street.
 
ARCHER - Entered into rest, Monday, January 11, 1915, Albert J. ARCHER, of No. 150 Breck street. He is survived by his wife, two sons, Willie and Harold; one daughter, Gladys; also a brother of Toronto, Can.
-Funeral at 2:30 P. M. at the residence. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery. Toronto papers please copy.
 
WALDMIRE - Suddenly, at her residence No. 1340 South Forty-sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa., Ida RICE WALDMIRE, daughter of the late Henry and Fanny RICE, of Brockport, N. Y. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Huldah(?) RICE HIRSCH and Clara RICE RUBENSTEIN, of New York city.
-Funeral services will be held at a later date in the city of Rochester.
 
POST - In this city, Tuesday, January 12, 1915, Chester H. POST, aged 6 years, 9 months, son of George W. and Rose M. POST.
-Funeral services from the home, West Henrietta, Friday afternoon, January 15, 1915, at 3:30 o'clock. Burial at Maplewood cemetery.
 
STORY - In New York city, Monday, January 11, 1915, at the residence of her sister, No. 592 Mott avenue, Mrs. Margaret E. STORY. The deceased is a sister of the late Rev. R. J. STORY, of Brockport, N. Y.
-The remains will arrive in Rochester Thursday morning at 8:15 o'clock, via the N. Y. C. R. R., from where the funeral will take place. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
ANDERSON - Entered into rest, at her home, No. 17 Straub street, Tuesday, January 12, 1915, Mary Ann, wife of Frederick W. ANDERSON, aged 58 years. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Olive May; two sons, Edward H. and Arthur F.; one sister, Mrs. John GLUTTON, of Coburg, Can.; two brothers, John DEAR, of this city, and Edwin E., of Canada.
-Funeral private from the house Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial at Riverside.
 
DODGE - In this city, Monday, January 11, 1915, Pearl DODGE, aged 26 years. She leaves besides her mother, Mrs. E_da DODGE; two brothers, Jay E. and Frank I. DODGE, of Utica, N. Y.; one sister, Ruby DODGE, of this city.
-Funeral from her late home, No. 345 Garson avenue, Thursday morning, January 14th, at 11 o'clock. Interment at Union Hill, N. Y.
 
YOUNG - Entered into rest, at Sea Breeze, N. Y., Monday evening, January 11, 1915, at her home, Second street, Mary F. YOUNG, aged 81(?) years, 7 months and 25 days. Deceased is survived by her husband, Benjamin A. YOUNG and one daughter, Ruth O. YOUNG.
-The remains have been removed to Strauchen's Funeral Chapel, No. 265 North street, where the funeral services will take place Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Mount Hope cemetery.
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IN MEMORIAM
 
QUESTER - In loving memory of our darling twin boys, Little Albert Leland QUESTER departed one year ago to-day, Arnold Eugene, Wednesday, January 6, 1915.
     Two precious ones from us have gone;
     Two voices we loved are still;
     Two places are vacant in our home.
     That never can be filled.
                  Mother and Father.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Thurs Jan 14, 1915
 
DIED
 
CONGER - Suddenly at Byron, Wyo., Monday, January 11, 1915, Wilfred C. CONGER, aged 23 years, foster son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. CONGER, of Cody, Wyo.
 
OSTERHOUT - In this city, at her home, No. 195 Whitney street, January 12, 1915, Ann E., wife of David Z. OSTERHOUT, in her 76th year. She leaves besides her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Charles H. KNAPP, of Amsterdam, N. Y., and Miss Elsie L. OSTERHOUT, of this city; one brother, Rev. William CARSON, three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
-Funeral from the house Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment at Fairport.
 
POST - In this city, Tuesday, January 12, 1915, Chester H. POST, aged 6 years, 9 months, son of George W. and Rose M. POST.
-Funeral services from the home, West Henrietta, Friday afternoon, January 15, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock. Burial at Maplewood cemetery.
 
ARCHER - Entered into rest, Monday, January 11, 1915, Albert J. ARCHER, of No. 150 Breck street. He is survived by his wife, two sons, Willie and Harold; one daughter, Gladys; also a brother of Toronto, Can.
-Funeral at 2:30 o'clock this (Thursday) afternoon at the residence. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery. Toronto papers please copy.
 
ANDERSON - Entered into rest, at her home, No. 17 Straub street, Tuesday, January 12, 1915, Mary Ann, wife of Frederick W. ANDERSON, aged 58 years. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Olive May; two sons, Edward H. and Arthur F.; one sister, Mrs. John HUTTON, of Coburg, Can.; two brothers, John DEAR, of this city, and Edwin E., of Canada.
-Funeral from the house Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial at Riverside.
 
KLAUSEN - Entered into rest, Tuesday, January 12, 1915, Ida HALPIN KLAUSEN, widow of Henry KLAUSEN. Besides her father, she leaves one brother, Edward HALPIN, of New York; two nieces and one nephew.
-Funeral Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock from No. 76 Roth street, and 9 o'clock from St. Mary's Church. Interment at Mount Hope. Please omit flowers.
 
MONTFORT - In this city, Wednesday, January 13, 1915, Miss Gertrude MONTFORT.
-The funeral will take place from the chapel of Ingmire & Thompson Co., No. 137 Chestnut street, this (Thursday) afternoon at 4 o'clock. The remains will be taken to the family home at Wappinger Falls, N. Y., for burial.
 
KIDD - At Washington, D. C., Tuesday, January 12, 1915, William KIDD, formerly of Albany, N. Y., aged 72 years and 10 months.
-Interment at Albany.
 
TULLEY - At the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. De FRAIN, No. 102 Romeyn street, Mrs. Elizabeth TULLEY, aged 66 years. She leaves to mourn her loss, three daughters, Mrs. G. De FRAIN, Mrs. Joseph HAUNGS and Mrs. C. SMYTH; one son, Henry F. TULLEY and five grandchildren.
-Funeral will take place Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of her daughter. Interment will take place in Mount Hope cemetery.
 
TOBIN - At the family residence, No. 34 Rundel park, Wednesday morning, January 13, 1915, William TOBIN, aged 59 years, formerly of Clyde, N. Y. Besides his wife, he leaves three daughters, the Misses Louise, Marie and Catherine TOBIN; two sons, Bernard and Leo TOBIN, of this city.
-Notice of funeral hereafter. Clyde papers please copy.
 
CURTIS - In this city, Monday, January 11, 1915, Rebecca A. CURTIS, aged 88 years.
-Funeral services at No. 366 East avenue, this (Thursday) morning at 10 o'clock. Burial at Rush, N. Y.
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IN MEMORIAM
 
SLOVER - In memory of a loving husband and father George H. SLOVER, who passed away, January 14, 1914.
                  Wife and Sons.
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GOES TO GRAND JURY AGAIN
 
On motion of Assistant District-Attorney LOVE, Supreme Court Justice BENTON, yesterday, granted an order permitting the case of Joseph AGONIA, who is charged with assault in the second degree, to be presented to the December Grand Jury. The September Grand Jury considered the case and failed to return a bill. Mr. LOVE filed an affidavit in which he stated that new evidence including the evidence given by the complainant himself, had been discovered.
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CUSHING -- DEE
 
Miss Lillian V. DEE and Joseph R. CUSHING were married Monday evening at the rectory of Corpus Christi Church, by Rev. Daniel J. CURRAN.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
William TOBIN died yesterday at the family home, No. 34 Rundel park, aged 59 years. He leaves his wife, three daughters, Louise, Marie and Catherine TOBIN, and two sons, Bernard and Leo TOBIN, Mr. TOBIN was a prominent clothing merchant in Clyde for a number of years. He came to Rochester last September.
 
Charles MONNEN, of Buffalo, died at his home last Tuesday. John T. DIPROSE of No. 67 Nicholson street, is a brother-in-law of Mr. MONNEN, Mr. and Mrs. DIPROSE will go to Buffalo to-morrow to attend the funeral.
 
Hiram C. WARNER, who died last Friday in Bridgeport, Conn., was once a Rochester business man. He lived in Rochester 35 years. He leaves his wife, Agnes C. WARNER, and a brother, George W. WARNER, of West Haven, Conn.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Fri Jan 15, 1915
 
RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Gertrude McGRADY BURKE, wife of William M. BURKE, died last evening at the home, No. 441 Avenue D, aged 30 years. She leaves besides her husband, three sons, William, Theodore and Lester BURKE, Ethel BURKE; four brothers, Bernard McGRADY, of Springwater, Roymond McGRADY, of Aurora, Ill., and William and John McGRADY, of this city; two sisters, Mrs. J. CULLEN and Mrs. C. HUCK, both of this city.
 
Minnie HILBERT died yesterday morning at the family home, No. 19 Mayberry street, aged 69 years. She leaves her husband, Fred HILBERT; two daughters, Mrs. Christ FLEGEL, of Brockport, and Mrs. Fred KUEHL, of this city; three sons Harry and Albert HILBERT, of Brockport, and George HILBERT of this city.
 
Jacob DOSER died yesterday at the home, No. 984 Exchange street, aged 74 years. He leaves his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Alice COOK, of Conneaut, O., and Mrs. Albert SAYRE, of Brockton, Mass., and a son, Henry W. DOSER.
 
Mrs. Mary A. GANEY, mother of Rev. John J. GANEY, assistant pastor of Immaculate Conception Church, died yesterday morning at the home in Auburn.
 
Alfred Roscoe KRAUSE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles KRAUSE, died yesterday morning at the home, No. 101 Reynolds street.
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DIED
 
NAGLE - Thursday morning, January 14, 1915, at No. 140 Mount Vernon avenue, Mrs. Mary A. NAGLE, wife of John P. NAGLE, aged 33 years and 6 months. She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Ethel NAGEL; her father and mother and three brothers, James THOMAS and Herold McDERMOTT, of Batavia.
-The funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house ans at 9 o'clock from St. Boniface Church. Burial in Holy Sepulchre cemetery. 
 
TOBIN - At the family residence, No. 34 Rundel park, Wednesday morning, January 13, 1915, William TOBIN, aged 59 years, formerly of Clyde, N. Y. Besides his wife, he leaves three daughters, the Misses Louise, Marie and Catherine TOBIN; two sons, Bernard and Leo TOBIN, of this city.
-The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock from the family residence and at 8 o'clock from Corpus Christi Church. The remains will be taken to Clyde, N. Y., on train leaving the New York Central station at 9:56 o'clock, for interment in the family lot in the Clyde cemetery.
 
KENNEY - At St. Mary's Hospital, Tuesday morning, January 12, 1915, Andrew C. KENNEY. He is survived by two brothers, John W. KENNEY, of Watervilet, N. Y., and Dr. Lawrence KENNEY, of Troy, N. Y., and one sister, Mrs. Mary CUSHMAN, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
-Funeral Saturday morning, January 16, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from Schruerman's funeral parlors, No. 230 Brown street, and at 9 o'clock from SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
MULL - Entered into rest, at the family residence, No. _ Harper street, Mary Elizabeth ENSIGN, widow of Cornelius S. MULL. She is survived by one son, Luther E. MULL; one daughter, Eugenia MULL, one brother, Luther P. ENSIGN; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
-Services from the home Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. 
 
TULLEY - The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth TULLEY took place Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. De FRAIN, No. 102 Romeyn street, Rev. Mr. ERB officiating at the house and at the grave. The bearers were the following grandchildren of Mrs. TULLEY, Mr. WEIS, Mr. POTTER, Mr. SMYTH, Mr. LAMBERT, Mr. RAPP. Interment took place at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
ENGEL - Thursday morning, January 14, 1915, at the family residence, No. 11 Keller street, Frank Leo ENGEL, aged 8 years, 6 months, son of Frank and Margaret SCHWEITZER ENGEL. Besides his parents, he leaves one sister, Florence.
-The funeral will take place Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from St. Francis Xavier Church. Burial in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
DRURY - At the family residence, No. 102 Flower City park, Wednesday afternoon January 13, 1915, Miss Robena R. DRURY, aged 12 years. Besides her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred DRURY, she leaves one sister, Miss Alphus DRURY, of this city, and two brothers, Arthur, of Syracuse, N. Y., and Hurley DRURY, of this city.
-Funeral Saturday forenoon, January 16, 1915, at 7:45 o'clock from the family residence, No. 102 Flower City park, and at 8 o'clock from Sacred Heart Church. The remains will be taken to Clyde, N. Y., on train leaving New York Central station at 9:59 o'clock for interment in the family lot in Clyde cemetery.
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IN MEMORIAM
 
EASTMAN - In loving memory of Justus M. EASTMAN, who died January 15, 1914.
                   His Wife and Daughters.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sat Jan 16, 1915
 
BORN
 
SHANNON - To Rev. T. J. and Mrs. SHANNON, Thursday evening, January 14, 1915, a daughter.
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DIED
 
MARTIN - Suddenly, Friday morning, January 15, 1915, at her home in Webster village, Ida D. MARTIN, in her 51st year. She leaves five brothers, L. H., Andrew N., John D., William F. and Edward, of Webster; four sisters, Louise MARTIN, L__bie E. MARTIN and Mrs. Emma S. BAKER, of Webster, and Mrs. Minnie HARTMAN, of Rochester; also several nieces and nephews.
-The funeral will be held from her late home, Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock and from the Zion Evangelical Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in Webster Rural cemetery.
 
DEAN - At the Homeopathic Hospital, Thursday evening, January 14, 1915, Miss Florence E. DEAN, aged 22 years. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. E. A. DEAN; two sisters, Mrs. E. G. BACHTELL and Helen DEAN; three brothers, Ray, Fred and Russell DEAN.
-Funeral Monday afternoon, January 18, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock from the residence, No. 7 Seventh street. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
 
SCHNORR - At her residence, No. 238 Joseph avenue, Friday morning, January 15, 1915, Katherine SCHNORR. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary REITER(?) and Miss Lena SCHNORR; one brother, Jacob SCHNORR.
-The funeral will take place Monday morning at 9 o'clock from the house and 9:30 o'clock at St. Joseph's Church. Burial in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
COX - At her residence, No. 21 Portsmouth terrace, Friday night, January 15, 1915, Miss Julia COX. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Eliza T. WILLIAMS and one brother, Joseph D. COX.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
 
SUMNER - Entered into rest, in this city, Friday, January 15, 1915, Jean L., beloved wife of Ernest H. SUMNER, of No. 83 Roslyn street, aged 34 years. Besides her husband she leaves one son, John Page SUMNER; also her mother, Susan EMERSON VOSBURGH.
-Prayer at the house Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock. The remains will be taken to Attica, N. Y., her former home, where the funeral will be held from the residence of Fred EMERSON, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Forest Hill cemetery.
 
BALL - Entered into rest, in this city, Friday, January 15, 1915, Ward H., son of John W. and Hattie E. BALL, aged 26 years.
-The funeral will take place from the family residence, No. 296 Kenwood avenue, Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
 
FARNHAM - In Palmyra, N. Y., Thursday, January 14, 1915, Elizabeth FARNHAM, sister of Henry P. and William B. FARNHAM, of Rochester.
-Funeral in Palmyra. Interment at Riverside.
 
WEAVER - Entered into rest, in this city, Friday morning, January 15, 1915, at the home of his son, Frank WEAVER, No. 1758 East avenue, Joseph P. WEAVER, aged 68 years. The deceased is survived by his wife, Josephine WEAVER; three sons, George, Frank and Joseph WEAVER; three sisters, Mrs. John DRAGER, Mrs. Frank BEHR and Annie WEAVER; one brother, Ve__ WEAVER and five grandchildren, all of this city.
-The funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home and 9 o'clock from St. John the Evangelist Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre.
 
BURKE - At the family home, No. 441 Avenue D., Thursday, January 14, 1915, Gertrude McGRADY, wife of William M. BURKE, aged 30 years. She leaves her husband, three sons, William, Theodore and Lester; one daughter, Ethel; four brothers, Bernard McGRADY, of Springwater, N. Y., Raymond McGRADY, of Aurora, Ill., and William, of this city; two sisters, Mrs. J. CULLEN and Mrs. C. HUCK, of this city.
-Funeral Monday morning, January 18, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock at St. Michael's Church.
 
BANGS - Entered into rest, Thursday, January 14, 1915, at the home of her daughter, in Sweden, Mrs. Martha E. BANGS, widow of Josiah BANGS, aged 74 years. She is survived by one son, Henry, of Sweden; two daughters, Mrs. Ida ALHART, of Sweden, and Mrs. Irene R. STEWART, of Linwood, N. Y.
-Services from the home of Mrs. Ida ALHART, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. H. G. VINCENT to officiate.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sun Jan 17, 1915
 
BORN
 
SAUTER - To Mr. and Mrs. George F. SAUTER, formerly of No. 762 Maple street, Thursday, January 14, 1915, a daughter.
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MARRIED
 
REDMAN -- KING - Thursday, Jan. 14, 1915, at the rectory of Sacred Heart Church, by Rev. George V. BURNS, Miss Marie Veronica KING to William REDMAN.
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DIED
 
ROLSTON - In this city, Saturday, January 16, 1915, at the Rochester General Hospital, Donald Sage ROLSTON, only son of John and Florence SAGE ROLSTON, aged 1 year and 4 months.
-The remains have been removed to the funeral parlors of Frank W. Rosenbach, No. 131 Allen street, from where the funeral will take place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
COX - In this city, Saturday, January 16, 1915, at the family residence, No. 21 Portsmouth terrace, Miss Julia COX. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Eliza T. WILLIAMS and one brother, Joseph D. COX.
-The funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and at the Cathedral Chapel at 9 o'clock.
 
KELLER - In this city, at the family residence, No. 265 Campbell street, Saturday, January 16, 1915, Helen C. KELLER, daughter of Joseph and Caroline KELLER, aged 19 years, _ months. Besides her parents, she is survived by two brothers, Joseph and Edward KELLER.
-Funeral Tuesday morning, January 19, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from the residence and at 9 o'clock from SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
DOSER - In this city, at the family residence, No. 984 Exchange street, Thursday, January 14, 1915, Jacob DOSER, aged 74 years. He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Alice COOK, of Conneaut, O., and Mrs. Albert SAYRE, of Brockton, Mass., and one son, Henry W. DOSER.
-The remains were removed to Scheuerman's Funeral Parlors, No. 2_0 Brown street, from where the funeral will take place Monday morning, January 18, 1915 at 8:30 o'clock and from SS. Peter and Paul's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
DEAN - At the Homeopathic Hospital, Thursday evening, January 14, 1915, Miss Florence E. DEAN, aged 22 years. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. E. A. DEAN; two sisters, Mrs. E. G. BACHTELL and Helen DEAN; three brothers, Ray, Fred and Russell DEAN.
-Funeral Monday afternoon, January 18, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock from the residence, No. 7 Seventh street. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
 
SCHNORR - At her residence, No. 238 Joseph avenue, Friday morning, January 15, 1915, Katherine SCHNORR. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary REITER(?) and Miss Lena SCHNORR; one brother, Jacob SCHNORR.
-The funeral will take place Monday morning at 9 o'clock from the house and 9:30 o'clock at St. Joseph's Church. Burial in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.

BURKE - At the family home, No. 441 Avenue D., Thursday, January 14, 1915, Gertrude McGRADY, wife of William M. BURKE, aged 30 years. She leaves her husband, three sons, William, Theodore and Lester; one daughter, Ethel; four brothers, Bernard McGRADY, of Springwater, N. Y., Raymond McGRADY, of Aurora, Ill., and William, of this city; two sisters, Mrs. J. CULLEN and Mrs. C. HUCK, of this city.
-Funeral Monday morning, January 18, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock at St. Michael's Church.
 
SAVAGE - Entered into rest, at her home, No. 379 Brown street, Saturday, January 16, 1915, Mary E., widow of Henry SAVAGE. She is survived by two sons, George E. and Charles H. SAVAGE; three daughters, Mrs. Harriet J. SHIPMAN, Miss Emma SAVAGE and Mrs. F. J. HARDURICK.
-Funeral at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the house.
 
GOODWIN - Friday evening, January 15, 1915, at the rectory, in the 45th year of her age, Evelyn TANNER, wife of Rev. William A. R. GOODWIN, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
-Funeral services will take place from Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburgh, Va., at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning, January 19, 1915.
 
FRAZIER - In Muscatine, Iowa, Sunday, January 10, 1915, Ella LEWIS FRAZIER, mother of Mrs. Frederick F. CHURCH, of this city.
 
NAGLE - Thursday morning, January 14, 1915, at No. 140 Mount Vernon avenue, Mrs. Mary A. NAGLE, wife of John P. NAGLE, aged 33 years and 6 months. She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Ethel NAGEL; her father and mother and three brothers, James THOMAS and Herold McDERMOTT, of Batavia.
-The funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and at 9 o'clock from St. Boniface Church. Burial in Holy Sepulchre cemetery. 
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IN MEMORIAM
 
COLBERT - In loving remembrance of our dear father, Edward COLBERT, who died January 17, 19_.
    Friends may think he is forgotten, but they little know the sorrow our hearts conceal.
                                      Children.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Mon Jan 18, 1915
 
DIED
 
BRADLEY - In this city, Saturday, January 16, 1915, George BRADLEY. He leaves his wife, Theresa BRADLEY; one son, Francis and one daughter, Theresa.
-Funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock from No. 173 Clifton street and at 9 o'clock from the Immaculate Conception Church.
 
DE LANO - At the home of her son, Richard Vernam BARTO, Sunday morning, January 17, 1915, Katherine BOGART DE LANO, aged 86 years.
-Funeral Monday in Columbus, Ohio, Interment Tuesday, January 19th, in Trumansburg, N. Y.
 
COWLES - At her home, No. 117 Mason street, Sunday morning, January 17, 1915, Mary G., wife of Frank B. COWLES. Besides her husband she leaves one daughter, Jessie M., also her father, Charles F. DRECOTT; two brothers, John and Fred DRECOTT; two sisters, Mrs. George BURNS and Mrs. Edward BARKER.
-Funeral from the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
MUND - In this city, Saturday afternoon, January 16, 1915, Peter Anthony MUND, aged 66 years. He is survived by his wife, Frances MUND. Deceased was a member of Germania Lodge, No. 722, F. and A. M.
-Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from No. 4 Cumberland street. Interment in Mount Hope cemetery.
 
ROGERS - In this city, Saturday, January 16, 1915, Charles E. ROGERS, of Garbutt, N. Y. He is survived by his wife, Josephine ROGERS; three daughters Etta ROGERS, Mrs. Allen VAN PATTEN and Florence ROGERS, of Buffalo, N. Y.; one brother, Frank, of this city; three sisters, Mrs. Frederick ZIEGLER, of this city, Mrs. P. BRENNAN, of Brownville and Mrs. E. F. UNDERHILL, of Glenora, Cal.
-Services at No. 1 South street, Tuesday morning, January 19th, at 8:30 o'clock. Burial at Garbutt, N. Y.
 
SAVAGE - Entered into rest, at her home, No. 379 Brown street, Saturday, January 16, 1915, Mary E., widow of Henry SAVAGE. 
-Services at the house Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial private. Flowers gratefully declined.
 
GOODWIN - Friday evening, January 15, 1915, at the rectory, in the 45th year of her age, Evelyn TANNER, wife of Rev. William A. R. GOODWIN, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
-Funeral services will take place from Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburgh, Va., at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning, January 19, 1915.
 
LAWTON - Saturday evening, January 16, 1915, James W. LAWTON, aged 67 years. He leaves besides his wife, Orpha H., one daughter, Claribel.
-Services at his late residence, No. 805 St. Pau street, Tuesday afternoon, January 19, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock.
 
DONOVAN - In this city, Saturday, January 16, 1915, Emma NOWRATH DONOVAN, wife of Frank DONOVAN, aged 34 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, Frank DONOVAN; one son, George DONOVAN; two daughters, Eleanor and Alice DONOVAN; her father, John NOWRATH.
-Funeral will take place this (Monday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from L. Schauman & Sons' Funeral Chapel, No. 6_9 Clinton avenue north. Interment private at Mount Hope cemetery. Kindly omit flowers.
 
MILLER - Entered into rest, in this city Sunday morning, January 17, 1915, at the German Home for the Aged, Mrs. Harriet MILLER, widow of George MILLER, aged 90 years and 1 month. Deceased is survived by one daughter, Miss Henrietta MILLER, of this city.
-The funeral services will take place from the house, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
TIERNEY - At the family residence, No. 10 Cayuga street, Saturday morning, January 16, 1915, Laura M. BIEL, wife of Raymond J. TIERNEY, aged 26 years. Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter; her father, Christopher BIEL; one brother, William BIEL, and two sisters, Mrs. E. SHULTS and Miss May BIEL.
-Funeral Tuesday morning, January 19th, at 8:45 o'clock from the house, and at 9 o'clock from St. Boniface Church.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Tue Jan 19, 1915
 
ASKS CITY FOR $5,000
 
Five thousand dollars is asked of the city by Catherine A. DALY, of No. 25 Glasgow street, who alleges that she tripped over an iron that projected above the sidewalk on December 21st. William F. KNIPPER(?), of No. 245 Monroe avenue, wants $25, claiming that his automobile was damaged when it was struck by a city wagon in Corinthian street on December 24th.
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TO SING FRENCH SONGS
 
A song recital under the direction of the French Alliance will be given at 4 o'clock this afternoon at Catharine Strong Hall. M. Castellanos VARILIST will sing selections from French operas, including Massenet's "Thais" and "Manon,"  "Herodiado" and "The Jongleur" from "Notre Dame."
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Elizabeth C., wife of Frederick MEYER, died last night at the family home, No. 192 Sanford street, aged 65 years. Besides her husband she leaves two sons, Fred and Otto MEYER; four daughters, Miss Anna MEYER, Mrs. J. SCH_LP, Mrs. Ernest ROH(?) and Mrs. Ray COULSON; eleven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
 
Matilda May GREEN, of Millville, Orleans county, died Sunday morning at the Homeopathic Hospital. She leaves her husband, Clarence W. GREEN, two sisters and one brother. The body was taken to Knowlesville. Burial will be made at Millville.
 
Hartwell M. PURDY died yesterday morning at his home, No. 502 Genesee street, aged 40 years. Mr. PURDY was a well known railway mail clerk, having had a run between Syracuse and New York for many years.
 
Mildred Louise, daughter of Jolly and Georgia SIMMS, died yesterday at the family home, No. 9 Alma place, aged 8 years. She leaves her parents, three brothers and two sisters.
 
Mrs. Mary McDERMOTT died yesterday afternoon at No. 301 Central avenue. The body was removed to No. 196 Main street west.
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DIED
 
BAKER - Entered into rest, at her home, No. 161 East avenue, Monday, January 18, 1945, Mrs. Elizabeth V. BAKER, aged 66 years. She leaves three sisters, Miss S. A. DUNCAN, Mrs. Mary F. WORK and Hattie M. DUNCAN; two nieces, Mrs. D. W. BRUCE and Mrs. O. R. HUBBELL.
-Funeral from the house Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Burial at Dansville on Wednesday.
 
PURDY - Suddenly in this city, at his home, No. 502 Genesee street, Hartwell M. PURDY, aged 36 years. He is survived by his wife, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. PURDY; two sisters, Mrs. Lula M. SMITH and Mrs. William G. GROVER, all of Spencerport, N. Y.
-Funeral at the home, No. 502 Genesee street, Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock and at the home of his parents in Spencerport at 2 o'clock. Masonic services at the grave by Etolian(?) Lodge, No. 479. Interment at Fairfield cemetery, Spencerport, N. Y.
 
COWLES - At her home, No. 117 Mason street, Sunday morning, January 17, 1915, Mary G., wife of Frank B. COWLES. Besides her husband she leaves one daughter, Jessie M., also her father, Charles F. DRECOLL; two brothers, John and Fred DRECOLLT; two sisters, Mrs. George BURNS and Mrs. Edward BARKER.
-Funeral from the residence this (Tuesday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
AKEY - In this city, Sunday evening, January 17, 1915, at the residence of his son, Lafayette AKEY, No. 361 Exchange street, Francis AKEY, aged 74 years. The deceased leaves surviving five sons, Lafayette, Daniel, Charles, Edward and Richard AKEY; one daughter, Mrs. H. E. MUIR, of Brooklyn; twenty-two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
-Funeral Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock at Immaculate Conception Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
KOEBERLE - Entered into rest, Saturday, January 16, 1915, at his home, No. 100 Flower street, Charles A. KOEBERLE, aged 58 years, 10 months. He is survived by his wife, Louise; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas E. SINGLETON and Mrs. Fred WAGNER; one son, George F.; one grandson; one brother, Herbert, of this city, and a brother and sister in Germany.
-Funeral will take place Wednesday morning at 8:45 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock at St. Michael's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
OAKLEY - At the family residence, No. 559 Flint street, Monday morning, January 18, 1915, Monroe H. OAKLEY, aged 72 years. He leaves four sons, Sylvanus H., Caleb P., Amon B. and David R. OAKLEY; one daughter, Cora E. OAKLEY; one sister, Mrs. J. G. ROGERS; fifteen grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. He was a veteran of the Civil war, serving in the 140th New York Regiment. He was a member of Rochester Lodge, No. 669(?), F. and A. M., _onic Chapter, No. 210, R. A. M., Rochester Consistory and Lalla Rookh Grotto.
-Funeral will be hold from his late residence at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
 
BOESL - Entered into rest, Sunday morning, January 17, 1915, at the home of her daughter, No. 474 Sixth street, Anna E. ROESL, aged 80 years, 2 months. She is survived by her husband, Wolfgang ROESL; one daughter, Mrs. Ignatz H. DILLY and one grandchild.
-Funeral services Wednesday morning, January 20, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from No. 474 Sixth street and at 9 o'clock at St. Frances Xavier Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
WALSH - At St. Mary's Hospital, Sunday evening at 8 o'clock, January 17, 1915, Michael D. WALSH, aged 69(?) years. He is survived by his wife, two sisters, Mrs. Seymour BENJAMIN, of Waterloo, N. Y. and Mrs. D. J. McLENNEN, of this city; one brother, Andrew, of New York city.
-Funeral notice later.
 
MANSING - At the family residence, No. 295 Bay street, early Monday morning, January 18, 1915, Agatha MANSING, widow of Garrett MANSING. She leaves to mourn her loss one son, John W. MANSING; two daughters, Agnes and Elizabeth MANSING, and two grandsons, Francis J. and John Henry MANSING; one brother, John WAGNER, all of this city.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Wed Jan 20, 1915
 
Looking From Window on Arising Lyons Woman Sees Body
of Her Husband Hanging from a Tree
 
Lyons, Jan 19 - The body of Louis D. MILLER was discovered hanging from the limb of an apple tree in the yard in the rear of his home in Butternut street, this village, early this morning. Mr. MILLER left home last evening, supposedly to go down town, and had not returned when his wife retired for the night. When she arose this morning and looked out of a rear window of the house Mrs. MILLER saw the body of her husband suspended from a tree, Sheriff COLLINS who lives next door was called and cut the body down.
     Mr. MILLER had not been in good health for some time past, which is thought to be the cause of his suicide. He was born in this village March 29, 18_1, and had always lived here. He was a painter and paper hanger by trade, a member of the Knights of the Maccabees, Canouchet Tribe, Red Men, and Haymakers. He leaves his wife and three sons, Lee MILLER and Wren MILLER, of Rochester, and Blair MILLER, of this village. The funeral will be held from his late home Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. Herman L. BROCKWAY officiating. (unreadable) made in the Lyons Rural cemetery.
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DEATH OF FRANK M. EPPING
 
Was Well Known as Business Man. Veteran also Passes Away
 
Frank M. EPPING died yesterday morning at the family home, No. 144 Adams street, aged 56 years. Mr. EPPING had been a lifelong resident of this city and was well known as a business man for the past thirty-one years. He was a member of Branch No. 82, C. M. B. A. and of the Holy Name Society of Immaculate Conception Church. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Julia EPPING; four daughters, Ida C., Agnes D. and Julia M. EPPING and Mrs. Robert L. HARPER; two sons, Raymond J. and Paul F. EPPING; his mother, Mrs. Mary EPPING; four sisters, Mrs. Barbara BOGART, Mrs. Mary ELTER and Mrs. Della CORCORAN, of this city, and Mrs. Louise McKEE, of Brooklyn, and four brothers, Henry, Peter, Louis and Robert EPPING. The funeral will take place Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home, and at 9 o'clock from Immaculate Conception Church. Interment will be made at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
Eugene NIED died yesterday morning at the family home, No. 34 Kelly street, aged 72 years. Mr. NIED was a veteran of the Civil war. He enlisted in Company E. 151st New York Volunteers, on August 28, 1862, and on June 26, 1865, received his honorable discharge, having been promoted to first sergeant. He was a member of Peissner Post G. A. R.; St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum Society and the Society of the Holy Family of St. Joseph's Church. He was a lifelong member of St. Joseph's Church. He leaves his wife; two sons, Jacob J. and Frank L. NIED; two daughters, Mrs. Charles L. GERSTNER and Mrs. Jonathan G. MEYER, and nine grandchildren. The funeral will take place Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home and at 9 o'clock from St. Joseph's Church. Interment will be made at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
Josephine FLECKENSTEIN died yesterday at the home, No. 8 Kondolf street, aged 79 years. She was one of the oldest members of the Holy Family parish. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. Arnold BISHOFF, Mrs. Malcolm LUMLEY and Mrs. Michael FROEHLER; one son, Sergeant Louis FLECKENSTEIN, of the Sixth precinct; one brother, Edmond ENGLERT, and six grandchildren.
 
The funeral of Miss Helen C. KELLER, daughter of Joseph and Caroline KELLER, took place yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home, No. 265 Campbell street, and at 9 o'clock from SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. J. Emil GEFELL. Interment was made at Holy Sepulchre cemetery, Rev. J. _ETTER conducted the service at the grave. The following were bearers: Walter B_CK, Albert SHAFER, Elmer KEHL, Louis CORT, Fred SOHN, Ray BERNA. 
 
Mrs. Margaret Gertrude HEINT_ELMAN, wife of George EIPHICK(?), of No. 24 Hudson street, died Monday evening at St. Mary's Hospital, aged 18 years. She leaves, besides her husband, her mother, Mrs. Hiram B. FRANCIS; a sister, Mrs. Pauline FRANCIS, and a brother, Frank FRANCIS. The body was removed to the home.
 
Mrs. Agatha MANSING, widow of Garret MANSING, died at the home, No. 295 Bay street.  She leaves two daughters, Elizabeth and Agnes MANSING, a son, John W. MANSING; two grandsons, Francis J. of the University of Buffalo, and John Henry MANSING; and a brother, John WAGNER, of Greece.
 
Norman A. STEWART died yesterday morning, aged 33 years. He leaves his parents, George C. and Maria L. STEWART, of this city; two sisters, Mrs. Ephriam J. HINC_(?), of Charlotte, and Mrs. Lewis S. AUSTIN, of this city, and a brother, Harry A. STEWART, of Charlotte.
 
Mrs. Anna WITTEY, wife of John WITTEY, died yesterday afternoon at the home, No. 472 Monroe avenue, aged 42 years. She leaves her husband, two brothers, three daughters, Jennie, Anna and Florence WITTEY, and a son, Ray WITTEY.
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DIED
 
MANSING - Entered into rest at the family residence, No. 295 Bay street, Agatha MANSING, widow of Garrett MANSING. She leaves to mourn her loss, two daughters, Elizabeth and Agnes; one son, John W. MANSING; two grandsons, Francis J. of the University of Buffalo, and John Henry MANSING; one brother, John WAGNER, of the town of Greece.
-The funeral will take place Thursday morning at 8:45 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from St. Francis Xavier Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
DOUGLASS - Entered into rest, Tuesday (line unreadable) residence of his mother, No. 251 South avenue, Howard Eugene DOUGLASS, beloved son of Mrs. Mary A. DOUGLASS MORGAN.
-The funeral will take place Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock from No. 251 South avenue and 9 o'clock at St. Mary's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
SEISER - At the General Hospital, Monday evening, January 18, 1915, Isabel wife of August SEISER, of No. 376 Melville street, aged 57 years. She is survived by her husband; one son, Frank; two brothers, Howard HOFF, of this city and John W. HOFF, of Philadelphia, Pa. The remains were removed to No. 4 Cumberland street, where they can be viewed.
-Funeral services will be held from Mt. Hope Chapel Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Philadelphia papers please copy.
 
MANN - At Pittsford, Monday, January 18, 1915, Mrs. Laura CLARK MANN, widow of Henry MANN, aged 77 years. She leaves two sons, Horace MANN, of Pultneyville and Ralph MANN, of Pittsford; also five grandchildren.
-The funeral will be held at the family home, Pittsford, at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Interment in the family lot, Pittsford village cemetery.
 
MEYER - Entered into rest, Monday, January 18, 1915, at the residence, No. 192 Sanford street, Elizabeth C., wife of Frederick MEYER, aged 65 years. Besides her husband she leaves two sons, Fred and Otto MEYER; four daughters, Miss Anna MEYER, Mrs. J. SCHIL_, Mrs. Ernest ROH(?) and Mrs. Ray COULSON; one sister, Mrs. D. ZWINK; eleven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
-Funeral Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home and will be private.
 
FLECKENSTEIN - In this city, Tuesday, January 19, 1915, at the family residence, No. 8 Kondolf street, Josephine FLECKENSTEIN, aged 79 years. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Arnold BISHOFF, Mrs. Malcolm LUMLEY and Mrs. Michael FROEHLER; one son, Sergeant Louis FLECKENSTEIN, of the Sixth precinct; one brother, Edmond ENGLERT, and six grandchildren.
-Funeral Friday morning at 8 o'clock from the house and at 8:30 o'clock from the Holy Family Church. Interment in the family lot in Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Auburn and New York city papers please copy.
 
EPPING - Entered into rest, Tuesday morning, January 19, 1915, at 1:30 o'clock, at the family home, No. 144 Adams street, Frank M. EPPING, aged 56 years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Julia EPPING; four daughters, Ida C., Agnes D. and Julia M. and Mrs. Robert L. HARPER; two sons, Raymond J. and Paul F. EPPING; his mother, Mrs. Mary EPPING; four sisters, Mrs. Barbara BOGART, Mrs. Mary ELTER and Mrs. Della CORCORAN, of this city, and Mrs. Louise McKEE, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; four brothers, Henry, Peter, Louis and Robert EPPING. He was a member of Branch 82, C. M. B. A. and Holy Name Society of Immaculate Conception Church.
-Funeral services on Friday morning January 22, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from the family home, No. 144 Adams street and at 9 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
FELLOWS - At her home in Henrietta, Tuesday, January 10, 1915, Eugenia L., wife of Dr. James A. FELLOWS, aged 65 years.
-Funeral from the residence Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
 
STEWART - Entered into rest in this city, Tuesday morning, January 19, 1915, Norman A. STEWART, aged 33 years. Deceased is survived by his parents, George C. and Maria L. STEWART, of this city; two sisters, Mrs. Ephriam J. HAWES, of Charlotte, and Mrs. Lewis S. AUSTIN, of this city, and one brother, Harry A. STEWART, of Charlotte, N. Y.
-The remains have been removed to Strauchen's Funeral Chapel, No. 265 North street, where the funeral services will take place Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment in Riverside cemetery. Funeral private.
 
NIED - At his home, No. 34 Kelly street, Tuesday morning, January19, 1915, Eugene NIED. Besides his wife he leaves two sons, Jacob J. and Frank L. NIED; two daughters, Mrs. Charles L. GERSTNER and Mrs. Jonathan G. MEYER, and nine grandchildren. He was a member of Peissner Post, G. A. R., St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum Society and of the Society of the Holy Family of St. Joseph's Church. He was a lifelong member of St. St. Joseph's Church. 
-Funeral Friday morning, January 22d, at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from St. Joseph's Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
OAKLEY - At the family residence, No. 559 Flint street, Monday morning, January 18, 1915, Monroe H. OAKLEY, aged 72 years. He leaves four sons, Sylvanus H., Caleb P., Amon B. and David R. OAKLEY; one daughter, Cora E. OAKLEY; one sister, Mrs. J. G. ROGERS; fifteen grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. He was a veteran of the Civil war, serving in the 140th New York Regiment. He was a member of Rochester Lodge, No. 660(?), F. and A. M., tonic Chapter, No. 210, R. A. M., Rochester Consistory and Lalla Rookh Grotto.
-Funeral will be hold from his late residence at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
 
ENOS - At the home of her parents, No. 46 Hancock street, Tuesday morning, January 19, 1915, Mary Fulton, daughter of Frank M. and Mary J. ENOS, aged 15(?) years. She leaves besides her parents, one brother, Franklin J. ENOS.
-The funeral will take place from the home, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Please omit flowers. 
 
WALSH - The funeral of Michael D. WALSH will take place Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock from No. 129 South Fitzhugh street and at 9 o'clock from Immaculate Conception Church. Burial at Palmyra.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Thurs Jan 21, 1915
 
HAVE BEEN MARRIED FIFTY YEARS
 
(photo of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Shoemaker)
     Mr. and Mrs. Frederick SHOEMAKER, of West Webster, celebrated the golden anniversary of their wedding January 10th at their home in West Webster. Both Mr. and Mrs. SHOEMAKER came from Germany when children. They were married in Rochester. They have ten children living in Rochester, Irondequoit, Webster, Fairport and Los Angeles, Cal., all of whom were at the anniversary celebration, as were fourteen grandchildren and one great grandchild.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Mrs. Johanna ROTMANS died yesterday afternoon in this city, aged 69 years. She leaves her husband, Henry ROTMANS; two sons, John and Henry ROTMANS; one daughter, Gertrude; two brothers, Henry and John CAMPING, and three sisters, Mrs. A. LIST(?), Mrs. J. WYATT and Mrs. G. COFFEEN. The remains were taken to the home, No. 1,100 Portland avenue.
 
The funeral of Eugene NEID will be held at 8:30 o'clock to-morrow morning from the home, No. 34 Kelly street, and at 9 o'clock from St. Joseph's Church. Interment will be made in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
Grace Elsie, wife of Richard BRAUND died last night at the home, No. 120 Post avenue, aged 28 years. Besides her husband she leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WICKETT; one brother, Charles SMITH, and two sisters, Miss Lola and Miss Marie WICKETT, all of this city.
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DANCING CLASSES
 
Of Miss Dorothy CASHMAN, Saturday afternoon and evening at her studio, 74 Selye terrace. Private instruction by appointment. Bell phone Main 307. -- Adv.
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MARRIED
 
VANCE - FOURNIER - In this city, Tuesday, January 19, 1915, Marie F. FOURNIER to James F. VANCE.
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DIED
 
KRESS - Entered into rest, in this city, Wednesday, January 20, 1915, Joseph F. KRESS, aged 57 years. He is survived by two sisters, Margaret and Mary KRESS. He was a member of the Red Eagles. The remains were removed to 100 North street.
-Funeral services on Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock from N. J. Miller & Son's Funeral Parlors, 100 North street; at 9 o'clock at St. Boniface Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
FLECKENSTEIN - In this city, Tuesday, January 19, 1915, at the family residence, No. 8 Kondolf street, Josephine FLECKENSTEIN, aged 79 years, widow of Otto FLECKENSTEIN. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Arnold BISHOFF, Mrs. Malcolm LUMLEY and Mrs. Michael FROEHLER; one son, Sergeant Louis FLECKENSTEIN, of the Sixth precinct; one brother, Edmond ENGLERT, and six grandchildren.
-Funeral Friday morning at 8 o'clock from the house and at 8:30 o'clock from the Holy Family Church. Interment in the family lot in Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Auburn and New York city papers please copy.
 
THISTLEWAITE - At her residence in Macedon village, Tuesday evening, January 19, 1915, Abigail PACKARD THISTLEWAITE, widow of Jeremiah THISTLEWAITE, aged 85 years and 2 months.
-Funeral services will be held at her residence in Macedon, Friday afternoon, January 22, 1915, at 2 o'clock. Friends invited.
 
WITTY - Entered into rest, Tuesday, January 19, 1915, in this city, Anna, wife of John WITTY, aged 42 years. Besides her husband she leaves one son, Raymond; three daughters, the Misses Jennie, Anna and Florence WITTY; also a brother and sister.
-The funeral will be held from the parlors of Timmerman & Hill, No. 472 Monroe avenue this (Thursday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery. 
 
EPPING - Entered into rest, Tuesday morning, January 19, 1915, at 1:30 o'clock, at the family home, No. 144 Adams street, Frank M. EPPING, aged 56 years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Julia EPPING; four daughters, Ida C., Agnes D. and Julia M. and Mrs. Robert L. HARPER; two sons, Raymond and Paul F. EPPING; his mother, Mrs. Mary EPPING; four sisters, Mrs. Barbara BOGART, Mrs. Louis J. ELTER; Mrs. Thomas CORCORAN, of this city, and Mrs. W. H. McKEE, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; four brothers, Henry, Peter, Louis and Robert EPPING. He was a member of Branch 82, C. M. B. A. and Holy Name Society of Immaculate Conception Church.
-Funeral services on Friday morning January 22, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from the family home, No. 144 Adams street and at 9 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
WEED - Suddenly, at the family residence, No. 118 Bartlett street, Wednesday, January 20, Fred L., son of Ire__ J. and the late John F. WEED. He is survived by his mother and three sisters, Mrs. Guilford PORTER, Blanche and Maud WEED.
-Funeral will take place from the house Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
 
MORGAN - At the home, No. 278 Alexander street, Wednesday morning, January 20, 1915, Eliza C. MORGAN.
-Funeral services Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial private.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Fri Jan 22, 1915
 
RECORD OF DEATHS
 
The funeral of Mrs. Agatha MANSING took place yesterday morning at 8:45 o'clock from the home, No. 295 Bay street, and at 9 o'clock from St. Francis Xavier Church. Solemn requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. Michael KRISCHEL, assisted by Rev. Matthias J. HARGATHER, deacon, and Rev. A. EDELMAN, sub-deacon. Interment was made at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Rev. John M. PETTER, S. T. B., of St. Bernard's Seminary, officiated at the grave. The following were bearers: Frank J. SCHWALB, H. SCHAEFER, Paul GUGGMOS and Messrs. SCHLAGETER, PETTERVILLA and COLEMAN.
 
Charles HAMM died suddenly Wednesday at the home of his brother, George HAMM, in Maple street, Gates, aged 22 years.
 
Conrad L. KOHLMEIER died early yesterday morning at the home, No. 392 Campbell street, aged 44 years, 6 months. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Agnes BIRMINGHAM KOHLMEIER; three sons, Arthur, Richard and Gerald KOHLMEIER; a daughter, Mrs. James DWYER; his mother, four sisters, Mrs. Martin FROEHLER, Mrs. Michael BALERI, Mrs. George HELD and Miss Rose KOHLMEIER, and a brother, John KOHLMEIER.
 
Mrs. Susan Elizabeth NEWMAN, wife of Abram NEWMAN, died yesterday at the home, No. 95 Pearl street, aged 71 years. She leaves, besides her husband, six sons, George NEWMAN, of Shreveport, La.; Harry, David, John, Everett and Abram NEWMAN; six daughters, Mrs. FRUDENVOLL, Mrs. James WEEGER, Mrs. Weston ROWE, Mrs. D. B. VAN ZANDT, Mrs. Claude SHUTTS and Mrs. Bailey SCHWARTZ, and a brother, Thomas JACKLIN, of Middleport.
 
Dexter HUNTER, of Albany, a brother of Mrs. Frederick W. OLIVER, of this city, died January 18th at the home of his mother, No. 268 State street, Albany, Mr. HUNTER recently returned from San Diego, Cal., where he went to recover his health, which had been poor for four years. He had made his home in Jacksonville, Fla., where he was engaged in the lumber business. Mr. and Mrs. OLIVER attended the funeral yesterday.
 
Miss Olga EHMKE died yesterday morning in this city, aged 22 years. She leaves a sister, Mrs. Howard EARLEY, and three brothers, Edward, Otto and Harry EHMKE, all of this city. The body was removed to the home of Otto EHMKE, No. _ Hazelwood terrace.
 
Francis CARAHER died yesterday morning in this city. The body was removed to No. 932 Main street west.
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BROGAN - Wednesday evening, January 20, 1915, at the family residence, No. 74 Glasgow street, Mrs. Margaret BROGAN. She leaves six daughters, Miss Mary BROGAN, Mrs. John NAPIER and Mrs. William DILLON, Honeoye Falls; Misses Anna Elizabeth and Emma BROGAN, of this city; two sons, Edward BROGAN, of Honeoye Falls, and John BROGAN, of this city, and two grandchildren, Rev. Father John NAPIER, of St. Patrick's Cathedral, and Miss Marie NAPIER, of Honeoye Falls.
-Funeral Saturday morning, January 23, 1915, at 9:30 from the house and 10 o'clock from the Immaculate Conception Church. Interment at Honeoye Falls, upon the arrival of the 11:40 A. M. train, leaving Rochester, N. Y. Honeoye Falls paper please copy.
 
SAY - In this city, Wednesday, January 20, 1915, Harry SAY, aged 16 years. Besides his mother, he leaves two brothers, Albert and David, and two sisters, Alice and Lillian.
-Funeral from the chapel of Ingmire & Thompson Company, No. 137 Chestnut street, corner of Court street, on Saturday morning, at 10 o'clock.
 
HAMM - Suddenly, Wednesday, January 20, 1915, at the residence of his brother, George HAMM, Maple street, Gates, Charles HAMM, aged 22 years. He is survived by three brothers, John, George and Frank HAMM.
-Funeral Saturday morning, January 23, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from the residence and at 9 o'clock from St. Augustine's Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
ROWE - In this city, Thursday, January 21, 1915, Charles W. ROWE. Deceased is survived by five daughters and five sons.
-Funeral service at Ward's mortuary chapel, No. 1,1_3 Main street east, at 2:30 P. M. Saturday. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
 
THISTLEWAITE - At her residence in Macedon village, Tuesday evening, January 19, 1915, Abigail PACKARD THISTLEWAITE, widow of Jeremiah THISTLEWAITE, aged 85 years and 2 months.
-Funeral services will be held at her residence in Macedon, Friday, January 22, 1915, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Old friends and acquaintances are welcome to attend.
 
BRAUND - Wednesday, January 20, 1915, at the home, No. 120 Post avenue, Mrs. Grace Elsie BRAUND, aged 29 years. Besides her husband, Richard J. BRAUND, she leaves four children; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WICKETT; a brother, Charles SMITH, and two sisters,  Lola and Marie WICKETT, all of Rochester
-Funeral services Saturday, January 23, 1915, at 2 P. M., from the family residence, No. 120 Post avenue. Interment in family lot in Riverside cemetery. Du Bois, Pa., papers please copy.
 
HEKMAN - At the home of her parents, No. 442 Remington street, Thursday, January 21, 1915, Jessie Janet, daughter of Gerrit and Jennie HEKMAN, aged 6 years and 4 months. She leaves besides her parents, a brother, Albert L. HEKMAN.
-The funeral will be held from her home Saturday at 2 P. M. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
ROTMANS - In this city, Wednesday, January 20, 1915, Mrs. Johanna ROTMANS, aged 69 years. She leaves her husband, Henry ROTMANS; two sons, John and Henry ROTMANS; one daughter, Gertrude; two brothers, Henry and John CAMPING, and three sisters, Mrs. A. LIST, Mrs. J. WYATT and Mrs. G. COFFEEN. 
-Funeral services at 2:30 P. M. Saturday from the house, 1,100 Portland avenue.
 
KOHLMEIER - In this city, at the family residence, No. 392 Campbell street, early Thursday morning, January 21, 1915, Conrad J. KOHLMEIER, aged 44 years and 6 months. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Agnes BIRMINGHAM KOHLMEIER; three sons, Arthur, Richard and Gerald KOHLMEIER; one daughter, Mrs. James DWYER; his mother, four sisters, Mrs. Martin FROEHLER, Mrs. Michael BALERI, Mrs. George HELD and Miss Rose KOHLMEIER, and one brother, John KOHLMEIER.
-Funeral Saturday morning, January 23, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock from the residence and at 9 o'clock from Holy Sepulchre cemetery.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sat Jan 23, 1915
 
RECORD OF DEATHS
 
The funeral of Frank M. EPPING took place at 8:30 o'clock yesterday morning from the home, No. 144 Adams street, and at 9 o'clock from Immaculate Conception Church. Requiem mass was sung by Rev. A. m. O'NEIL. Rev. Ernest BROPHY was deacon and Rev. John J. GANEY was subdeacon. The honorary bearers were George RENNER, Oswald REID, A. J. DIESTLER and Pius MUTTE_. The active bearers were Edward BARRY, Peter RENAUD, John LAMBERT, Charles BOHRER(?), John MADDEN, and Raymond BEHR. Burial was at Holy Sepulchre cemetery, services at the grave being conducted by Rev. John M. PETTER, of St. Bernard's Seminary.
 
The funeral of Francis CARAHER, took place at 8:30 o'clock yesterday morning from the home, No. 932 Main street west, and at 9 o'clock from St. Augustine's Church. The service was conducted by Rev. John H. O'BRIEN, assisted in the mass by Rev. Thomas J. CARAHER of Perry, a brother of the deceased. Interment was in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
The funeral of Mrs. Anna E. BOESL took place at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday morning from the home, No. 474 Sixth street, and at 9 o'clock from St. Francis Church. Rev. M. J. K_ISCHEL officiated at requiem mass. The bearers were Fred KREISIER, Frank E. KRA_ER, Frank KRAUSS and John HOHMAN. Interment was at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
Ferdinand ERHARDT died yesterday morning at the home of his daughter, No. 385 Lyell avenue, aged 76 years. He leaves his wife, a son, William ERHARDT, two daughters, Mrs. George RAPP and Mrs. Charles HEBERLE, and ten grandchildren.
 
Rev. John B. HAYGONT, died January 20th at the home in Pasadena, Cal., aged 6_ years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Ida WOODWARD HAYGONT, formerly of this city.
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KRAUSE - At the family residence, No. 15 Lang street, Thursday, January 21, 1915, Gustave KRAUSE, aged 47 years. He is survived by his wife, one son, Joseph B.; four daughters, Matilda, Maude, Sarah and Clara; two sisters, Miss Anna KRAUSE and Mrs. John Z__, of Honeoye Falls. He was a member of St. John's Benevolent Society and Carpenters' Local No. 179.
-Funeral will take place Monday morning from his late residence at 8:30 o'clock and from the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help at 9 o'clock.
 
BOWER - Entered into rest in this city, Friday, January 22, 1915, Otto D. BOWER, in his 48th year. He is survived by two sons. The remains have been removed to the funeral parlors of Frederick D. Nye, No. 290 Monroe avenue.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
 
NEWMAN - Entered into rest, at her home, No. 95 Pearl street, Thursday evening January 21, 1915, Susan E., wife of Abram NEWMAN, aged 71 years. She leaves, her husband, six sons, George, Harry, David, John, Everett and Abram; six daughters, Mrs. J. H. FRUDENVOLL, Mrs. James WEEGER, Mrs. Weston ROWE, Mrs. D. B. VAN ZANDT, Mrs. Claude SHULTS and Mrs. Bailey SCHWARTZ; one brother, Thomas JACKLIN, of Middleport, N. Y.
-The funeral will take place from the Monroe Avenue M. E. Church Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
STARR - In this city, Friday, January 22, 1915, Mrs. Mathilda STARR, aged 75 years.
-Funeral services at Bender Bros., No. 88 Clinton avenue north, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
 
GORANSON - In this city, Thursday, January 21, 1915, Ernest J. GORANSON. He is survived by his wife.
-The funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the family residence, No. 128 Wilder street and at the Cathedral Chapel at 9 o'clock.
 
GALVIN - Entered into rest, at his late residence, No. 79 Marshall street, Friday, January 22, 1915, Michael GALVIN. Besides his wife, Charlotte SCHECK GALVIN, he leaves one son, Vincent P.; one daughter, Mrs. William BENNETT, both of this city; also three brothers, Mathew and Edward, of this city and Garrett, of Brooklyn; one sister, Mrs. Margaret WEBBER, of Cleveland, Ohio.
-Notice of funeral hereafter. Peterboro, Ont., Can. papers please copy.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sun Jan 24, 1915
 
RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Emmet Fleming FEELY, son of the late Dennis C. FEELY, died yesterday morning at the home, No. 180 Lexington avenue, aged 37 years. He leaves his mother, Mrs. Katherine E. FEELY; three brothers, Joseph M., Edward F. and James K. FEELY, and two sisters, Misses Clara E., and Marguerite M. FEELY. Mr. FEELY was a graduate of Nazareth Hall and the Rochester Free Academy. While attending Cornell University he became afflicted with the Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Theta, Nu Epsilon fraternities. For several years he was with the German-American Button Company as a salesman, and afterward was employed as civil engineer by the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh and Delaware, Lackawanna & Western railroads.
 
The funeral of Mrs. Margaret BROGAN took place yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home, No. 74 Glasgow street, and at 9 o'clock from Immaculate Conception Church. Solemn requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. John E. NAPIER, assistant rector of the Cathedral, a grandson of the decedent. He was assisted by Rev. M. J. CLUNEY, of Honeoye Falls, deacon and Rev. A. M. O'NEILL, of Immaculate Conception Church, sub-deacon. A number of priests were in the sanctuary. Interment was made at Honeoye Falls. The bearers were Andrew and William BROGAN and Thomas, James, Earl and Frank MAHER.
 
The funeral of Conrad J. KOHLMEIER took place yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home, No. 392 Campbell street, and at 9 o'clock from Holy Family Church. Requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. Joseph BAIERL, a nephew of the decedent. Interment was made at Holy Sepulchre cemetery, where services were conducted by Rev. Joseph BAIERL, assisted by Rev. Joseph M. PETTER. The bearers, nephews of the deceased, were Edward, Francis, Henry and William KOHLMEIER, and Frank and Michael FROEHLER.
 
The funeral of Joseph KRESS, took place yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock, from No. 100 North street and at 9 o'clock from St. Boniface's Church. Rev. William FRANK officiating at requiem mass. Interment was made at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. The following members of the Red Eagles, of which deceased was a member, were bearers: F. L. MOULTON, M. P. WOODS, E. D. HACKSTAFF and E. L. FRANK.
 
The funeral of Charles HAMM took place yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home of a brother, George HAMM, in Maple street, Gates, and at 9 o'clock from St. Augustine's Church. Requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. H. O'BRIEN. Interment was made at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. The bearers were Edward TRAUTMANN, George KIRCHER, Gregory KIRCHER, Edward MARTIN, George EHRESMAN and John RIEBEL.
 
Urban THOMA, of No. 25 Walnut street, died suddenly yesterday in this city, aged 76 years. He leaves two sons, Joseph THOMA, of Brooklyn, and Urban THOMA, Jr., of New York, and two daughters, Miss Louise THOMA and Mrs. George KNIGHT, of this city. He was a member of St. Francis's Society and SS. Peter and Paul's Church.
 
Mrs. Anna DAVIN, mother of Michael DAVIN, of this city, died yesterday morning at the home, in Avon, aged 80 years. She was one of the oldest residents of Avon and had many friends in Rochester. She leaves, besides Michael DAVIN, three other sons, four daughters and nine grandchildren.
 
William GEIGER died last night at St. (newspaper error- typed as published) leaves two sisters, Mrs. George Wil- leaves wto sisters, Mrs. George WILFERTH and Miss Delain GEIGER, and three brothers, Edward, Louis and Bernard GEIGER, all of this city. The body was removed to the home of Mrs. WILFERTH, No. 520 Central park.
 
Bessie CAPITHORN, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth CAPITHORN, died yesterday morning at the home, No. 116 Cottage street, aged 20 years. She leaves besides her parents, two sisters, Mary E. and Emily CAPITHORN, and two brothers, Harold J. and John W. CAPITHORN.
 
Leslie HOWARD KELLAM, son of Dr. Howard B. and Iva KELLAM, died yesterday at the home, No. 1 Judson terrace, aged 3 months, 14 days. He leaves, besides his parents, a brother, Junius Henry KELLAM.
 
Elizabeth LAUT ZOBERBIER died yesterday morning in this city, aged 42 years. She leaves a sister, Mrs. Minnie DICHTER. The body was removed to No. 609 Clinton avenue north.
 
Vincent Adrian O'DONNELL, infant son of Edward and Mary O'DONNELL, died yesterday at the family home, No. 110 Avenue D.
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BOWER - Entered into rest in this city, Friday, January 22, 1915, Otto D. BOWER, in his 48th year. He is survived by two sons.
-The remains have been removed to the funeral parlors of Frederick D. Nye, No. 290 Monroe avenue, where the funeral services will be held Monday afternoon, January 25, 1915, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Riverside.
 
GALVIN - Entered into rest, at his late residence, No. 79 Marshall street, Friday, January 22, 1915, Michael GALVIN. Besides his wife, Charlotte SCHECK GALVIN, he leaves one son, Vincent P.; one daughter, Mrs. William BENNETT, both of this city; also three brothers, Mathew and Edward, of this city and Garrett, of Brooklyn; one sister, Mrs. Margaret WEBBER, of Cleveland, Ohio.
-Funeral from the house Tuesday morning, January 26, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock and at 9 o'clock from St. Mary's Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Peterboro, Ont., Can. papers please copy.
 
BALL - In New York city, Friday, January 22, 1915, Lucy E., wife of A. L. BALL. Besides her husband she leaves two sons, George K. BALL, of St. Paul, Minn. and James A. BALL, of Rochester, N. Y.; one daughter, Theresa N. BALL, of New York city.
-The body will be removed to Grand Rapids, Mich, for burial, Monday, January 25, 1915. Detroit, Mich., papers please copy.
 
FEELY - In this city, Saturday, January 23, 1915, at the family residence, No. 180 Lexington avenue, Emmett F. FEELY. He is survived by his mother, Katherine E. FEELY; three brothers, Joseph M., Edward F. and James K. FEELY; two sisters, Clara E. and Margaret F. FEELY.
-The funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and at Holy Rosary Church at 9 o'clock. Friends invited to attend services at church. Burial private.
 
GIBBS - At the residence of his brother, Edward GIBBS, of East Rochester, Saturday, January 23, 1915, William R. GIBBS, aged 57 years. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. C. H. WHITE, of Rochester and his brother, Edward, of East Rochester.
-Funeral from the residence in East Rochester, Monday afternoon. Burial at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
RICHMOND - Entered into rest, Saturday, January 23, 1915, at her residence, No. 1120 Clifford avenue, Margaret RICHMOND, aged 72 years. She leaves one son, Peter RICHMOND; two daughters, Mrs. Jennie REICHENEEKER and Mrs. Nellie TRAUGOTT; two sisters, Mrs. Mary FISHER, of Charlotte, N. Y., and Mrs. K. DUNCKER, of Union Hill, N. J.; also two grandsons.
-Funeral from the late residence, Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock and from the Most Holy Redeemer Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
GEIGER - Entered into rest, in this city, Saturday evening, January 23, 1915, at St. Mary's Hospital, William GEIGER, aged 63 years. Deceased is survived by two sisters, Mrs. George WILFERTH and Miss Della GEIGER; three brothers, Edward, Louis and Bernard GEIGER, all of this city.
-The remains have been removed to the home of his sister, Mrs. George WILFERTH, No. 529 Central park, where the funeral will take place, Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock and 9 o'clock from St. Francis Xavier Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
MESSMER - At the family home, No. 445 Clifford avenue, Saturday afternoon, January 23, 1915, Mrs. Teresa FOEGLE MESSMER, widow of George MESSMER, former registrar of vital statistics, aged 77 years. She is survived by six sons, Joseph, Frank, Fred, John and Leo, of this city, and Edward, of Jersey City; four daughters, Sister Paucratin, of St. Stephan's Convent, Geneva, N. Y., Mrs. Edward MAGIN, Mrs. Jacob HOBERGER and Mrs. J. R. FRANK, thirty-four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. John C_AESG_NS.
-Funeral Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Michael's Church.
 
FULLER - At her home, No. 27 Upton park Friday, January 22, 1915, Anna E., widow of Hiram N. FULLER. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. T. B. WILBURN, of Elizabeth, N. J. and Mrs. C. Ray WILSON, of this city; two sons, George H. FULLER and Hiram H. FULLER, of this city; also one brother, George T. FORD, of Syracuse, N. Y.
-Funeral from the residence, Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment in Mt. Hope cemetery.
 
McKEARNEY - In this city, Saturday, January 23, 1915, at the family residence, No. 20 Marietta street, Mary J., widow of Patrick McKEARNEY. She is survived by two sons, Lawrence and Charles McKEARNEY; two daughters, Louise McKEARNEY and Mrs. W. Foster KELLY.
-The funeral will take place Tuesday morning from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. Foster KELLY, No. 1768 St. Paul street at 9 o'clock and at St. Bridget's Church at 9:30 o'clock.
 
BEAHAN - At the family residence, No. 6_ Clifton street, Friday morning, January 22, 1915 Miss Julia J. BEAHAN, aged 73 years and 10 months. She leaves one sister, Mrs. Mary A. KENNELL.
-Funeral Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from Lady Chapel Cathedral.
 
McCALL - Entered into rest, at his residence at Barnards, N. Y., James McCALL, aged 54 years, 11 months. He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, Rose McCALL; four sons, John A. McCALL, of No. 545 Oxford street, Rochester, Frank McCALL, Raymond McCALL and Harold McCALL; one daughter, Hazel I. McCALL; three brothers, John, Thomas and Nathan McCALL, all of Barnards, N. Y. He was a member of Yonnondio Lodge, I. O. O. F.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.

Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Mon Jan 25, 1915
 
DIED
 
ZOBERBIER - At the family residence, 1 Delevan street, Saturday, January 23, 1915, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of William ZOBERBIER, aged 42 years. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. F. A. DICHTER. She was a member of New Empire Hive, No. _0_, L. O. T. M.
-The remains were removed to L. Schauman & Sons Funeral Chapel, No. 600(?) Clinton avenue north where the funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon, January 26th at 2:30 o'clock.
 
HERMSTEIN - At the family residence, No. 134 Wren street, Saturday night, January 23, 1915, Alois HERMSTEIN, aged 44(?) years. He is survived by his wife, Marie HERMSTEIN; one brother, Joseph HERMSTEIN, of Toronto, Ont.; one sister, Martha SCHULTZ, of Germany.
-The funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from Holy Rosary Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
DEGLER - At the residence of her parents, Gustave and Mary DEGLER, No. 67 Friederich park, Sunday morning, January 24, 1915, Margaret DEGLER, aged 19 years, 11 months. Besides her parents she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. E. DURRANT, of Muncie, Ind., and Miss Caroline DEGLER of this city; two brothers, Walter and Alfred DEGLER.
-The funeral will take place Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock at Holy Redeemer Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre.
 
JOHNSON - Entered into everlasting life, in this city, at the family residence, No. 90 Parklaie terrace, Sunday, January 24, 1915, Eleanor EVANS, widow of C. M. JOHNSON and beloved mother of Sarah KOHNSON BROUGHTON and Robert M. JOHNSON.
-Funeral and burial Wednesday afternoon from Riverside, Oswego, N. Y. 
 
FULLER - At her home, No. 27 Upton park Friday, January 22, 1915, Anna E., widow of Hiram N. FULLER. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. T. B. WILBURN, of Elizabeth, N. J. and Mrs. C. Ray WILSON, of this city; two sons, George H. FULLER and Hiram H. FULLER, of this city; also one brother, George T. FORD, of Syracuse, N. Y.
-Funeral from the residence, Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment in Mt. Hope cemetery.
 
ACKLEY - In this city, Sunday morning, January 24, 1915, Frank A. ACKLEY, of No. 65 Columbia avenue, aged 46 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Martha BENNETT ACKLEY; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth ACKLEY; four sisters, Misses Ella and Edna ACKLEY, of this city, Mrs. Carrie WELLS, of Dansville, N. Y., and Mrs. Abbie WEED, of Urbana, O.; one brother, Ellis ACKLEY, of this city.
-Funeral from his late residence, No. 65 Columbia avenue, Tuesday afternoon, January 26, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
BRAAL - Entered into rest, Sunday morning, January 24, 1915, at the home of his sister, Mrs. William KOLKNER, No. 1146 Atlantic avenue, Peter J. BRAAL, son of the late Peter BRAAL, aged 38 years.
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
 
KENNELL - At the family residence, Brooks avenue, Gates, on Saturday, January 23, 1915, Edward M. KENNELL. He is survived by his wife, Jennie SPRUCE; three sons and two daughters, Earl, Warren, Florence, Edna and Norman.
-Funeral from the house Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
DOWDELL - In this city, Sunday, January 24, 1915, at the family residence, No. 8 Rainier street, James DOWDELL. He is survived by three daughters, Anna and Ellen DOWDELL and Mrs. Frank C. KLUEBER; two sons, Thomas and Joseph DOWDELL.
-Funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and at Holy Rosary Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.  
 
McCALL - Entered into rest, at his residence at Barnards, N. Y., James McCALL, aged 54 years, 11 months. He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, Rose McCALL; four sons, John A. McCALL, of No. 545 Oxford street, Rochester, Frank McCALL, Raymond McCALL and Harold McCALL; one daughter, Hazel I. McCALL; three brothers, John, Thomas and Nathan McCALL, all of Barnards, N. Y. He was a member of Yonnondio Lodge, No. 10_, F. and A. M. and Frankfort Lodge, I. O. O. F.
-Funeral Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
 
CAPITHORN - At the family home, No. 116 Cottage street, Saturday morning, January 23, 1915, Bessie CAPITHORN, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth CAPITHORN, aged 20 years.  Besides her parents she leaves two sisters, Mary E. and Emily CAPITHORN, two brothers, Harold J. and John W. CAPITHORN.
-Funeral Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the house. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
 
THOMA - Suddenly, in this city, Saturday, January 23, 1915, Urban THOMA, of No. 25 Walnut street, aged 76 years. He is survived by two sons, Joseph THOMA, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,  and Urban J. THOMA, of New York city; two daughters, Miss Louise THOMA and Mrs. George KNIGHT, of this city; five grandchildren, one sister and three brothers. Deceased was a charter member of St. Francis Xavier Mutual Aid Society of SS. Peter and Paul's Church and of the Veteran Union Guards, formerly Company D., Fifty-fourth Regiment.
-Funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from St. Peter and Paul's Church. Interment in family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
 
GALVIN - Entered into rest, at his late residence, No. 79 Marshall street, Friday, January 22, 1915, Michael GALVIN. Besides his wife, Charlotte SCHECK GALVIN, he leaves one son, Vincent P.; one daughter, Mrs. William BENNETT, both of this city; also three brothers, Mathew and Edward, of this city and Garrett, of Brooklyn; one sister, Mrs. Margaret WEBBER, of Cleveland, Ohio.
-Funeral from the house Tuesday morning, January 26, 1915, at 8:30 o'clock and at 9 o'clock from St. Mary's Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Peterboro, Ont., Can. papers please copy.
 
McKEARNEY - In this city, Saturday, January 23, 1915, at the family residence, No. 20 Marietta street, Mary J., widow of Patrick McKEARNEY. She is survived by two sons, Lawrence and Charles McKEARNEY; two daughters, Louise McKEARNEY and Mrs. W. Foster KELLY; one brother, Bernard O'RORKE, of Detroit, Mich.; one sister, Miss Bertie O'RORKE, of this city and seven grandchildren.
-The funeral will take place Tuesday morning from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. Foster KELLY, No. 1768 St. Paul street at 9 o'clock and at St. Bridget's Church at 9:30 o'clock.
 
MALLOCK - At the General Hospital in Buffalo, Friday, January 22, 1915, Duncan MALLOCK, aged 50 years. He is survived by three brothers, John MALLOCK, Edson MALLOCK, of Garbutt and James MALLOCK, of Oakland, Cal.; four sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth BOWERMAN, of Scottsville, Mrs. ARMSTRONG, Miss Jean MALLOCK and Miss Mary MALLOCK, of Caledonia.
-The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the family home