Rochester, Monroe, N.Y.
Democrat & Chronicle
Jan. 1, 1922
Bernstein COHEN: Mr. and Mrs. L. COHEN of No. 78 Lyndhurst street, wishes to announce the engagement of their daughter, Esther, to Dr. David R. BERNSTEIN, of Atlantic City, N.J.
ROESER - Suddenly at her home on Phillips road Webster, N.Y., Saturday morning, December 31, 1921, Elizabeth ROESER, aged 61 years. She leaves surviving her husband, John ROESER; one son, Frank, of Webster; two brothers, Jacob and Sebastian MUHLINGER of Germany. Funeral from her late home, Monday morning, January 2, 1922, at 8:30 o'clock and from Holy Trinity Catholic Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at Webster Catholic Cemetery.
CALLIGAN - The remains of Private Charles W. CALLIGAN, of Company A. 108th Infantry, arrived in Rochester on Friday morning at 6:45 o'clock. He leaves besides his wife, Mrs. Florence COLE CALLIGAN; his father, Patrick CALLIGAN; two brothers, James and Orace CALLIGAN; two sisters, Mrs William HENRY and Mrs. William KIME.
A military funeral will be held from the home of his brother, James CALLIGAN, No. 1297 North Goodman street, on Monday morning at 8 o'clock at Corpus Christi Church. Remains will be taken to Perry, N.Y. where final military services will be conducted.
HARPER - In the town of Greece, on Lee road, Saturday, December 31, 1921, Arthur J. HARPER, aged 59 years. He is survived by his wife, Gladise; two daughters, Mrs. Herbert HAMILTON and Mrs. John PFUND, five sons, Howard E., Arthur B., George H., Dona'd R., and Thomas J. HARPER.
Funeral Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial in Riverside cemetery, in charge of Yonnondia Lodge.
KIPP - On Friday, December 30, 1921, at the family residence, No. 76 Arnett boulevard, Fletcher A. KIPP aged 71 years. He leaves to mourn their loss his wife, Mrs. Anetta E. KIPP; two sons, James of this city and Roger of New York city; also four daughters, Mrs. Mary EDEN, of Denver, Col., Mrs. Lorraine ROHR, of Montvale, N.J., Mrs. Bernetta WADSWORTH and Miss Grace KIPP of this city. Services and Interment in Shortsville, Monday, January 2, 1922.
KEENAN - In this city, Friday afternoon, Dec. 30, 1921, at the home of her daughter, at No. 269 Sherwood avenue, Ellen KEENAN, in her 71st year, late of Churchville, N.Y., and widow of George KEENAN. She is survived by two sons and two daughters, Mrs. James F. BRADY, Mrs. C. J. MILLER, George J. KEENAN, of Rochester, and Frank J. KEENAN, of Chicago, ILL; five grandchildren.
Services at the home Monday morning at 8:45 o'clock and 10 o'clock at St. Vincent de Paul Church. Interment at Churchville.
MARTIN - In this city, Saturday, December 31, 1921, Olive, widow of William MARTIN, aged 72 years. She is survived by four sons, Edward B., Of Butler, PA., Hoyt J., of (--?--) PA., Fred E. and Charles W., of this city.
The body has been removed to the parlors of Moore & Fiske No. 31 Lake avenue. The funeral will take place from the residence of her son, Fred E. MARTIN, No. 253 Albemarie street, Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock and will be private. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
BEMISH - In Canandaigua, N.Y., Friday, December 30, 1921, Rachel BEMISH. She is survived by her two brothers, Edward and Richard BEMISH; her sister, Mrs. George GORDON. Funeral from parlors of Moore & Fiske, No. 31 Lake avenue, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Mount Hope.
McDONOUGH - At the family home, No. 368 Portland avenue, Saturday morning, December 31, 1921, John E. McDONOUGH. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, Mrs. Mary BOEHLY McDONOUGH; two daughters, the
Misses Virginia and Hazel; one son Gerald; his father, John McDONOUGH; three brothers, Alexander, Earl and Milton McDONOUGH, all of this city.
Funeral Tuesday morning, January 3, 1922, at 8:30 o'clock from the home and 9 o'clock at Holy Redeemer Church. Interment in the family lot in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
ROSSITER - Mrs. Ella ROSSITER, wife of George ROSSITER, aged 49 years, died Friday morning, Dec. 30, 1921 at the Highland Hospital. Besides her husband she is survived by her daughter, Mrs. G. A. CONWAY, of this city, and one grandchild, Jean CONWAY; her son, Leo J. ROSSITER, of Boston, Mass; her mother, Mrs. Margaret SMITH; and a brother, James SMITH of this city; three sisters, Mrs. J. G. FEIST, of Pottstown, Penn; Mrs. John DELANEY, of Newark, N.Y., and Miss Marceline SMITH, of Rochester. The remains have been removed to the family home, No. 433 Garson avenue, from where the funeral will take place. Tuesday morning, Jan. 3, 1922, at 8:30 o'clock, and 9:00 o'clock at Corpus Christi Church. Interment will take place in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
LOVE - Entered into rest, at his residence, No. 60 Woodlawn street, Saturday, December 31, 1921, George F. LOVE. He leaves his wife, Kate V. LOVE; one daughter, Mrs. Mary FOTMAN, of Bristol Center, N.Y.
Funeral services at Jeffreys's, No. 82 Chestnut street, Tuesday morning, January 3d, at 10 o'clock. Burial in Middlebury, PA.
SCHAKE - Entered into rest, Thursday evening, December 29, 1921, at her residence, No. 73 Weld street, Anna Elizabeth ROHR, widow of Adam SCHAKE, aged 87 years. She is survived by three daughters, Katherine E.,
Louise C. and Sarah M. SCHAKE.
Funeral services will be held Monday forenoon at 10:30 o'clock from the home. Interment in Mount Hope cemetery.
SPATH - At her residence, No. 182 Spring street, Saturday morning, December 31, 1921. Mrs. Margaret WARNER SPATH, wife of William SPATH. Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Anna WARNER TOOR; one grandson, Charles TOOR; two brothers, Robert and Joseph McLAUGHLIN.
Funeral services at the residence, Tuesday afternoon, January 3, 1922, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
STEIMER - Entered into rest, Thursday, December 29, 1921, at her late home, No. 80 Masseth street, Creszina STEIMER, aged 39 years. She is survived by her husband, George STEIMER; one sister in Switzerland; six nephews and two nieces in Tyrol, Austria.
The funeral will take place Monday morning at 8 o'clock from her late home, and at 8:30 o'clock at Holy Family Church. Interment in the family lot in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
SCHIMIZZI - Passed away Saturday evening, December 31, 1921, at the General Hospital, Herman SCHIMIZZI, aged 30 years. He leaves his wife, Maria; one son, Dominic; his parents, Mr and Mrs. Dominic SCHIMIZZI.
He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose, Young Men's Club of Mt. Carmel Church and the Citizens Club of Rochester.
Funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the late home, No. 143 Davis street, and at 9 o'clock at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
SHORTALL - Alice Agnes SHORTALL died Friday morning, December 30, 1921, at the family home, No. 89 Plymouth avenue north. She leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas SHORTALL.
Funeral will take place from the home, Monday morning, January 2, 1922, at 9 o'clock and 9:15 at Lady Chapel Cathedral. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
WEISER - Ludwig WEISER died Thursday in Highland Hospital, aged 73 years. He leaves his wife, Caroline; four sons, Louis, Henry, William and George WEISER; three daughters, Mrs. H. ROGERS, Mrs. G. WURZER and Lillian WEISER; one sister, Mrs. J. BLEIER; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:40 from the home, No. 512 Remington street, and at 9 o'clock from Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church.
MAESKE - In sad, but loving memory of our dear son and brother, Charles A. MAESKE, who passed away December 29, 1918
Three years have passed since that sad day.
When one we loved was called away;
God called him home, It was his will.
But in our hearts he liveth still.
We often think of days gone by
When we were all together
A shadow in our lives is cast
A loved one gone forever.
--- Mother, Sisters, Brothers and Brother-in-laws.
NICHOLS - In loving memory of Marshall H. NICHOLS, who departed this life January 1, 1917
Not forgotten by his wife,
...Nellie Carroll NICHOLS
HEITSMAN - In sad and loving memory of our dear husband, father and brother, George William HEITSMAN, who departed from this earth on January 2, 1921.
One long year we have missed him, Loving hearts alone can tell; Not one day have we forgot him
Since he bade this earth farewell.
We trust in God we meet again,
Wife, Son, Daughter, Brothers, Sisters.
Rochester, Monroe, N.Y.
Democrat & Chronicle
Jan. 5, 1922
MILO E. DeLANO
Batavia, Jan. 4 - Word has been received in Batavia of the death on December 22d in Uplands, Cal., of Milo E. DeLANO, who died at the home of his father, Ellery DeLANO, after a five weeks illness.
Mr. DeLANO was well known in Batavia, having been born in the town of Darien. When 6 years old, he moved to Batavia with his father, residing here until about twenty years ago, when he went to Rochester where he became manager of one of the J. A. Seel stores, holding the position more than nine years. Mr. DeLANO went to California in 1919, and when taken ill was making plans to return to New York state for a visit. He is survived besides by his father, by his wife, who has been in a Rochester hospital more than twenty years; one son and two grandchildren, who reside at Industry, and one brother and one sister, of Uplands. Mr. DeLANO was buried at Pomona, Cal.
GEORGE RANDOLPH BROWN
Palmyra, Jan. 4 - George Randolph BROWN died last evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. W. WILLIAMSON. He was born in the town of Marian on April 10, 1850. When a young man he removed to Palmyra and engaged in the grocery business with his father and continued in this line of work for many years.
He and other citizens of the town were the organizers of the Wayne County Building Association, he being the president. For years he was a vestryman of Zion Episcopal Church. Mr. BROWN who was 72 years old, was still active in the grocery business at the time of his death.
The surviving members of his family are three daughters, Mrs. David H. LEWIS, Mrs. Albert POWERS and Mrs. W. W. WILLIAMSON, all of Palmyra.
The funeral will take place from the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. W. WILLIAMSON, on Friday afternoon and will be private.
MRS. ANNA DAVENPORT
North Rose, Jan. 4 - The death of Mrs. Anna DAVENPORT, 74 years old, widow of the late Jerome DAVENPORT, occurred yesterday morning at her home west of this village, after a short illness. She is survived by one daughter; Mrs. Henry BLANCHARD, of Red Creek and a sister, Mrs. Ella COLLAR, of North Rose. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock on Friday afternoon from her late home.
JOHN E. YELLS
Waterloo, Jan. 4 - The funeral of John E. YELLS, ?7 years old, a former resident of Waterloo, will be held from his residence No. 35 Hoffman avenue, at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon and from Trinity Church a half hour later. Rev. C. M. BILLS officiating. The body will be brought to Waterloo for interment in the family plot in Maple Grove cemetery. Mr. YELLS was a son of Mr. and Mrs. William YELLS, of East Main street. He was associated with his brother, Fred W. YELLS, in the undertaking business at Geneva. Surviving are his parents, his wife, Mrs. Eliza Earl YELLS, of Geneva; four brothers, Fred W., of Geneva; Benjamin G., Walter H. and Arthur R., of Rochester, and one sister, Mrs. Arthur MAYNARD, of Waterloo.
Clyde, Jan. 4 - Henry O'NEILL died at his home in Caroline street on Monday afternoon. He had been ill since last Saturday with a severe cold, which developed into beuralgis of the heart. He was 75 years old. He was foreman and compositor in the printing office of the Clyde Times, having held this position for about eight years. He came here from Port Byron, where he was a member of the G. A. R. He formerly lived in Rochester and New York, where he was employed in printing offices. He leaves his wife and a sister, Mrs. J. CONNERS, of Rochester.
D. S. COOK
Corning, Jan. 4 - D. S. COOK, who conducted a piano store in Corning twenty years prior to 1905, died yesterday in Buffalo at the home of his son, Louis COOK. A son, Creon J. CROOK, lives in Boston, and a daughter, Mabel, in Cleveland, Ohio. The funeral will be held to-morrow at Dundee.
MISS MINNIE BROOKS
Bath, Jan. 4 - The death of Miss Minnie BROOKS occurred on Monday in Blossburg, PA. The body was brought here and buried in Nondaga cemetery this afternoon. Miss BROOKS was a daughter of the late Charles and Louisa BROOKS and was born at South-Bradford, near Bath, all of her life, except the past two years, when she had lived in Blossburg, Miss BROOKS was a resident of this community and was well known, she was about 50 years old.
Her only immediate survivor is an uncle Charles CARR, of Rochester.
MRS. HENRY W. STOUTENBURG
Buffalo, Jan. 4 - The funeral of former, Harriet Joan CASE, wife of Henry W. Stoutenburg was held this afternoon from the homestead, one and one-half miles east of this village in the old Pittsford Fairport road. Rev. E. E. TAFT, pastor of the First Baptist Church, of which Mrs. STOUTENBURG has been a member many years, was the officiating clergyman. Interment was in the family lot in Pittsford village cemetery.
Le Roy, Jan 4 - The funeral of David BAIRD will be held to-morrow from his home in Covington and the interment will be in the Oatka cemetery at Pavillion. Mr. BAIRD died on Monday night at the age of 74 (or) 71.
He was born on Long Island on August 11, 1850, but had been a resident of Covington for the past fifty-six years. He is survived by one son, William BAIRD; two daughters, Mrs. Martha MARTIN and Miss Mary DYSART,
two brothers, Alexander and James BAIRD, and one sister, Mrs. Amelia DURFEE, of Covington.
MRS. ORA P. HOPKINS
Le Roy, Jan. 4 - Mrs. Ora P. HOPKINS died quite suddenly yesterday afternoon, at her home at Stone Church. She had been in her usual health until the day before, when she was stricken with apoplexy. Mrs. HOPKINS was the widow of Bruce HOPKINS, who died about thirty years ago. She was 86(?) Years old and born in the town of Bergen. She leaves one daughter, Dr. Millicent B. HOPKINS of New York, who was with her mother at the time of the latter's death. Mrs. HOPKINS also leaves two nieces, Mrs. Pearl W. RANDALL, of Le Roy, and Miss I. Josephine CURTIS, also of this village.
The funeral will be held on Friday afternoon (???) And the interment will be in the Stone Church cemetery.
Livonia, Jan. 4 - The death of Doris SMITH, 10 years old, occurred on Sunday afternoon from scarlet fever, after a short illness of a few days. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvilla SMITH, of Conesus and made her home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis SMITH, of this village, attending school here. The burial was private.
Canandaigua, Jan. 4 - The body of Thomas SMYTH, a former resident of Bristol, will be brought here for burial on Friday morning in Calvary cemetery. Mr. SMYTH was 42 years old and died at New York on Monday. He is survived by his wife, a brother, Robert SMYTH, and two sisters, Miss Gertrude SMYTH, of South Bristol, and Mrs. Joseph L. ERNST, of Rochester.
MRS. A. O. LA BOUNTY
Le Roy, Jan. 4 - Frank LaBOUNTY, advertising manager of the Genesee Pure Foods Company, of this village, was bereaved on December 28th by the death of his mother, Mrs. A. O. LaBOUNTY, of Ashtabula, Ohio, who was 77 years old. Besides her husband and her son in Le Roy, she leaves three other sons, Watson H., Kenneth R. and Burton C. La BOUNTY, all of Ashtabula. The funeral was held last Friday.
LEAVES FOR FLORIDA
Shortsville, Jan. 4 - Clyde REDFIELD has gone to West Palm Beach, Fla., Called there by the serious illness of his father, Levi A. REDFIELD, a well known resident of Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. REDFIELD left October for Florida, intending to spend the cold months in the south, thinking the change of climate would be beneficial to Mrs. REDFIELD, who has not been well for some time past. Mr. REDFIELD is suffering with a local fever.
Rochester, Monroe, N.Y.
Democrat & Chronicle
Jan. 18, 1922
COMBS - Suddenly, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 1922, George C. COMBS, at the residence of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence COMBS, Long Pond road, Greece, New York., aged 28 years, 11 months. Besides his parents he leaves two sisters, Florence and Marion.
The funeral services will be held Friday afternoon, January 20th, at 2:30 o'clock from the house. Interment at Riverside.
CHATTERSON - Entered into rest, at the General Hospital, on Tuesday, January 17, 1922, Elvira Byrintha CHATTERSON, of No. 28 Bekhardt place. She leaves to mourn her loss, one son, Thomas G., of Manchester, N.Y.; one daughter, B. Louise CHATTERSON, of this city; four brothers and three sisters.
The remains were removed to funeral parlors of W. H. FRICK & Son, No. 436 South avenue, from where the funeral will be held on Saturday afternoon, January 21, 1922, at 2 o'clock. Burial at Riverside cemetery.
KELLY - Suddenly, Sunday, January 15, 1922, at Syracuse, N.Y., January 15, 1922, at Syracuse, N.Y., Kiernan Guthrie KELLY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew KELLY. Besides his parents he is survived by one brother, Gerald KELLY, and one sister, Miriam KELLY.
The remains have arrived in this city and have been taken to the home of his aunt, Miss Mary M. GUTHRIE, No. 323 (unreadable) street, from where the funeral will be held Thursday morning at 8:45 o'clock and at the Holy Apostles Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
SELDEN - George Baldwin SELDEN died Tuesday, January 17, 1922, at his residence, No. 144 Troup street. He leaves his wife, Jean SHIPLEY; two daughters Louise SELDEN CARY, of New York city; Clara SAYER SELDEN, of San Diego, CA., two sons, Henry Rogers and George B. Jr., of this city; also three grandsons. Private funeral at his residence on Thursday.
MALLESON - On Friday, January 13, 1922, at the residence of her son, H. H. MALLESON, South East House, Brewster, N.Y., Frances S., widow of C. H. MALLESON, in the 80th year of her age.
Interment in the family plot at Hudson, N.Y.
MILLER - At the home of his son-in-law, Jacob DeMAY, No. 2217 Main street east, on Tuesday evening, January 17, 1922, George A. MILLER, aged 84 years. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jacob De MAY and Mrs. G. R. FRANKLAND, of East Orange, N.J. and five grandchildren.
Funeral from the residence on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
LEONARD - Entered into rest, suddenly, in this city, January 17, 1922, Frank Oliver LEONARD, aged 64 years. He is survived by his wife, Martha LEONARD.
Remains were removed to Culhane Brothers mortuary, No. 1411 Lake avenue, from where the funeral will take place Thursday morning, January 19, 1922, at 2 p.m. Interment will take place at Mt. Hope cemetery.
CARROLL - At his home, No. 406 Humbolt street, Tuesday, January 17, 1922, Lawrence CARROLL. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Patrick CARROLL; two brothers, Charles and William CARROLL, five sisters, Mary, Margaret, Anna and Catherine CARROLL and Mrs. F. L. DOSOR, all of this city.
Funeral Thursday morning, January 19, 1922, at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from St. John's the Evangelist Church. Burial at Holy Sepulchre.
DOSER - Christina GRUBER DOSER, wife of Mathias DOSER died Monday evening, at the family house, No. 91 Flower street, aged 70 years. She is survived by her husband, three sons, Jacob GRUBER, Raymond and Mathew DOSER; four daughters, Mrs. Helen ENGLERT, Mrs. Jestin PERO, Mrs. John ENGLERT and Mrs. Michael SCHWAN; twenty-five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She was a member of the Empire Review, L. O. T. M. and Ladies Sodality.
Funeral Thursday morning at 8:45 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from St. Michael's Church.
FURLONG - At Mendon, Monday, January 16, 1922, William J. FURLONG, aged 55 years. He leaves his wife, Anna; his mother, Mrs. Sarah FURLONG, of Kingston, Ontario; two daughters, Jennie and Sayde FURLONG, of Mendon; also four sisters, Mrs. William HICKS, of East Bloomfield, Mrs. David CUMMINGS, of Kingston, Ontario. Mrs. Elizabeth RYAN and Mrs. Michael ENRIGHT, of Mendon.
Funeral from his late house, Mendon, Thursday morning, January 19th at 9:30 o'clock and from St. Catherine's at 10 o'clock. Burial at Victor, N.Y.
GILMORE - In this city, January 16, 1922, Lucy BROWN GILMORE, widow of Professor Joseph H. GILMORE. She is survived by one daughter, Ruth, wife of Rev. L. W. HATTERSLEY, of Rangoon, Burma; five sons, Rev. David C. GILMORE, of Rangoon, Burma, Edward R., of Evanston, Ill., Martin A., of Burnt Hills, N. Y., Charles A., of Scotia, N.Y. and Joseph H. GILMORE, of this city; also six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral from the residence of J. H. GILMORE, No. 1539 Highland avenue, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
MEYERS - Entered into rest at her home, No. 308 Driving Park avenue, on Tuesday, January 17, 1922, Blanche L. MYERS. She leaves to mourn her loss, her husband, George A. MYERS; two sons, Earl Avery and Augustus Whitman MYERS; two step-sons, Elmer A. and George Avery MYERS, Jr.; one stepdaughter, Edna Ruth MYERS; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Forest; two brothers, Claude F. FOREST and R. Earl FOREST, of Seattle, Wash. Notice of funeral hereafter.
SLOAN - At her home, No. 80 Atlantic avenue, Sunday, January 15, 1921, Agnes SLOAN, widow of Robert SLOAN. She is survived by four sons, Frederick, Alfred and Mathew, of this city and Robert SLOAN, Jr., of Trenton, N.J.; one sister. Mrs. Belle THOMAS, of Linden, Ind.; one brother, W. S. CAMPBELL, of this city.
Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the home. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery. Kindly omit flowers.
FREDERICK - In sad but loving memory of Peter FREDERICK, who departed this life, January 18, 1920. Gone but not forgotten.
Wife and daughter
SIMON - In sad but loving memory of my beloved wife, Laura, who entered into rest three years ago to-day, January 18, 1919.
In my lonely hour of thinking
Thoughts of her very dear;
Forget her, no, I never will,
We loved in life, I love her still
Loving Husband, Charles SIMON
WOOD - In sad and loving memory of my beloved mother, Mrs. Jennie A. WOOD, who entered into rest, January 18, 1921. Daughter.
WESTERN NEW YORK DEATHS
WILLIAM J. FURLONG
Honeoye Falls, Jan. 17 - William J. FURLONG, a business man of Medina, died at his home last night after a brief illness, aged 55 years. Mr. FURLONG was born in Kingston, Ontario, in 1867, where he lived until coming to Mendon in 1897. He had been in the hardware business for the past twenty-five years. He had been trustee of St. Catherine's Church at Mendon since it was built twenty years ago and was always active in all church work. Always a Republican, for the past twelve years he had been a justice of the peace and a member of the Town Board of Mendon. He leaves his wife Anna; his mother, Mrs. Sarah FURLONG, of Kingston, Ont.; two daughters, Jennie and Sayde FURLONG, of Mendon, and four sisters, Mrs. William HICKS, of East Bloomfield; Mrs. David CUMMINS, of Kingston, Ont., and Mrs. Elizabeth RYAN and Mrs. Michael ENRIGHT, of Mendon. The funeral will be from his late home in Mendon on Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock and from St. Catherine's Church at 10 o'clock. Burial will be at Victor.
ANDREW K. HART
Friendship, Jan. 17 - Andrew K. HART, a resident of this place for the past twenty-four years, died at midnight, Sunday, January 8th, at the age of 81 years and (3 or 8) months. The funeral was held at the Sacred Heart Church, Father C. E. MaHUGH officiating, assisted by Father KRAMPF, of Bolivar, and Father CRANE, of Belfast.
Mr. HART was born eighty-two years ago this coming May in North Rush. In 1884 he and his family moved to Fillmore, N.Y., where they ran a farm.
Twenty-four years ago they moved to this place, where Mr. HART has been in continuous employment of the Drake Hardware Company until last September, at which time he was taken ill.
In 1870 he was united in marriage to Miss Jane HAYNES, of West Henrietta.
He leaves his wife and seven children, Edward, William and Stephen, of this place; Mrs. Mary O'CONNOR, of Rochester; Frank, of Colinga, Cal.; John, of Boyonne, N.J., and Robert, of Akron, Ohio.
MRS. ANN DOREY
Le Roy, Jan. 17 - Word was received here yesterday of the death of Mrs. Ann DOREY of San Diego, Cal., who was a former resident of this village. Nearly all her life was passed in this place until she removed to the west five years ago.
Mrs. DOREY was born on November 1, 1837, in Ireland and came to this country when she was 14 years old, and settled in Le Roy. She was united in marriage about sixty years ago to the late Lawrence DOREY, whose death occurred about sixteen years ago. She was a member of St. Peter's Church of Le Roy. She is survived by three daughters and two sons, all of San. Diego.
Bergen, Jan. 17 - The funeral of Edmund WILCOX, whose death occurred yesterday morning, will be held from his late residence on to-morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The pastor of the church of which Mr. WILCOX was a member having left town this morning for Canisteo, his new field of labor, the service will be conducted by Rev. Ernest T. RONEY, pastor of the Stone Church Presbyterian Church, and the interment will take place in Mt. Rest cemetery, Bergen.
Sodus, Jan. 17 - Funeral services were held this afternoon for John OBINE, 30 years old, who died suddenly Saturday night at his home north of this village. The services were held at the late home, with Rev. C. G. McCONNELL, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment was made in Sodus Rural cemetery. Besides the wife, he leaves one 5 year old child, three half-sisters, two half-brothers, one brother and the parents.
MISS LEONORA CHARLOTTE MASON
Albion, Jan. 17 - The funeral of Leonora Charlotte MASON, a former resident of Albion, will take place in Buffalo to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home, No. 48 Bedford street. Rev. A. E. WAFFLE, of Albion, will officiate, and burial will take place in Buffalo. Miss MASON was born in Rochester, November 1, 1904, and leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert T. MASON, of Buffalo.
Geneva, Jan. 17 - Word has been received in this city of the death of Warren TAGGART, formerly of Geneva, which took place yesterday in the Cook County Hospital in Chicago. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Warren TAGGART, of No. 110 Pultney street. The body will arrive in this city to-morrow.
MRS. HARRY ROMACH
Honeoye Falls, Jan. 17 - Mrs. Sophia ROMACH, wife of Harry ROMACH, residing three miles east of this village, died at the county hospital this morning, aged 26 years. Besides her husband, she leaves three small children.
MRS. CATHERINE SHERWOOD
Hornell, Jan. 17 - Mrs. Catherine SHERWOOD, widow of the late Senator Franklin D. SHERWOOD, died to-day at her home here. The funeral will be held Thursday.
ACCUSED OF FORGERY
Rochester Man Said to Have Used Name of Theodore Roosevelt.
A dispatch from Washington has been received in this city stating that Lawrence W. HARMAN, 30 years old, giving Rochester as his home, was arrested in Atlanta, GA., on a charge of being a fugitive from justice from the Capitol City, where he is wanted for forging the name of Theodore ROOSEVELT, assistant secretary of the navy, to a promissory note for $100 and with having deposited later another note for $1,000 bearing the name of Colonel Ruppert C. LANFORD.
Following his return to Washington, HARMAN was said to have been arraigned in court, where he entered a plea of guilty to the charges. He was released on $5,000 bail and ordered held for the Grand Jury. HARMAN is said to have been attached to the War Risk Insurance Bureau in Atlanta.
WESTERN NEW YORK DEATHS
HARRY J. LOY
Geneva, Jan. 27 - Word has been received here of the death of Harry J. LOY,
78 years old, which occurred this morning at (?) o’clock at the Odd Fellows’
Home at Lockport. Mr. LOY was a former Genevan and lived here during a large
part of his life. He was for many years one of the leading sheet-metal workers
of this city and prominent in Odd Fellow circles. For twenty-six years he was
foreman of the tin shop of the Dorchester & Rose hardware store. Owing to
his advancing years, he resigned his position on April 19, 1913. He was a past
noble grand of the Old Castle Lodge, I. O. O. F., and a member of the Ontario
Encampment, the Orientals and the Rebekahs. Last spring Mr. and Mrs. LOY went to
Lockport to make their home at the institution maintained by the Odd Fellows. He
is survived only by his wife.
The body will be brought here to-morrow afternoon and will be taken to the Odd Fellows’ Hall, from which place the funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock.
MRS. ELLSWORTH PROSSER
Geneva, Jan. 27 - Word has been received in this city of the death of Mrs.
Sophia Louisa PROSSER, wife of Ellsworth PROSSER, at the Homeopathic Hospital in
Rochester yesterday afternoon after an eight weeks’ illness. Mrs. PROSSER was
formerly Miss Sophia WEISBROT, and both she and Mr. PROSSER lived in Geneva. She
is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. Louisa W. WEISBROT, of Rochester;
two brothers, Max WEISBROT, of Long Island City, and Frank William WEISBROT, of
The funeral will be held from her late home, No. 511 Webster avenue, Rochester, on Sunday afternoon, Rev. H. C. WHEDON officiating. The body will be brought to Geneva on Sunday night. There will be a service at Glenwood chapel on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, Rev. C. M. SILLS, rector of Trinity Church officiating. Interment will be made in Glenwood cemetery.
MRS. MARY HAYNES ELDRIDGE
Fairport, Jan. 27 - Mrs. Mary HAYNES ELDRIDGE, 67 years old, died this
morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy F. HAGREEN, two miles northeast of
this village. She was born in Hoosick, N. Y., on January 13, 1855, and moved to
Macedon in 1864 with her parents, Herschel and Sarah WILSON HAYNES. She was
married to Hendry E. ELDRIDGE, of Macedon Center, on March 9, 1867. She(?) died
in 1904. Mrs. ELDRIDGE is survived by her daughter, of Penfield; a son, Walter,
of Macedon Center, and two sisters, Mrs. Harry GREEN, of Farmington, and Mrs.
Walter WILCOX, of Macedon.
The funeral will be held on Monday at 2 o’clock from the home of her son.
JASPER J. ROBERTSON
Holley, Jan. 27 - The death of Jasper J. ROBERTSON occurred yesterday
afternoon at his home near this village, Mr. ROBERTSON had been ill only a few
hours, having been taken ill with acute indigestion and heart trouble. Mr.
ROBERTSON was born in Canada on March 21, 1848, the son of George and Marie
JONES ROBERTSON. He had been a resident of the town of Murray for the past
fifty-six years. On January 21, 1875, he was united in marriage to Lucretia
YOUNGS, of Murray, who survives him with three sons, George, Burt and Jesse
ROBERTSON, all of Holley; one daughter, Mrs. Henry CARPENTER, of Hamlin, and
The funeral will be held from his late home on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, Rev. F. N. TAFT, pastor of the Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be made at Hillside cemetery.
MISS CORNELIA BUTLER
Mount Morris, Jan. 27 - The death of Miss Cornelia BUTLER occurred at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott ALLEN in Stanley street, on Wednesday morning,
following a short illness. Short services were conducted at her late residence
this afternoon by Rev. Joseph SUNTER, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church,
and the funeral was held from the First Presbyterian Church at Geneseo at 2:30 o’clock.
Rev. Theodore M. CARLISLE, pastor of that church officiated. Interment was made
in Temple Hill cemetery.
Miss BUTLER was born at Geneseo in 1844 and she had always resided there until three years ago, when she came to Mount Morris to live with Mr. and Mrs. ALLEN. She joined the Presbyterian Society at Geneseo when a young woman, and at the time of her death she was the oldest member of that church. She leaves no near relatives.
MRS. ELLEN LAMPEN
Brockport, Jan. 27 - Mrs. Ellen LAMPEN, a resident of Brockport for more than
fifty years, died at her home in this village this morning. She was 76 years
old, having been born at Peryn, Cornwall, England on June 5, 1844. She is
suvived by two sons. Harry and Harlem of Brockport; three brothers, Richard
MOCKFORD, of Trumansburg; William S. MOCKFORD, of Hamlin, and E. J. MOCKFORD, of
Batavia; one sister, Mrs. Emily HENDERSON, of Brockport, and four grandchildren.
The funeral services will be held on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Interment will be at Brockport cemetery. Rev. I. B. MILLER, of the Methodist Episcopal Church will officiate.
JAMES H. AIKENS
Albion, Jan. 27 - James H. AIKENS, 67 years old, died last night at a
Rochester hospital. Mr. AIKENS was born in Canada and had resided in Orleans
county for the past sixty-five years. He was a carpenter by trade. Mr. AIKENS
was a member of Albion Lodge, I. O. O. Fellows. He is survived by three
children, Mrs. Ward DORRANCE and M. H. AIKENS, of Albion, and William AIKENS, of
Rochester, and one sister, Mrs. Charles KAISER, of Rochester.
The body was brought to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ward DORRANCE, in Ingersoll street, from where the funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Interment will be in Mount Albion cemetery.
MRS. GEORGE KENNEDY
Dansville, Jan. 27 - Funeral services for Mrs. REDMOND KENNEDY will take
place Sunday afternoon at 1 o’clock at the family home in West Sparta, where
she died yesterday morning, aged 34 years. She is survived by her husband,
George KENNEDY; three daughters, Ruth, Onalee and Thelma; her mother, Mrs. Mary
REDMOND; three sisters, Mrs. Clarence MARTIN and Miss Ruth REDMOND, of West
Sparta, and Mrs. Jacob WAMPOLE, of Ossian, and one brother, John REDMOND, of
The body will be taken to the church near Byersville, where services will take place at 2 o’clock. Interment will be in the Byersville cemetery.
Bath, Jan. 27 - Edward DEITER dropped dead from his chair to-day in the
office of Walter LONGWELL, justice of the peace. DEITER had gone to the court as
plaintiff in an action, and as he waited for the defendant to appear he fell
forward from his chair. He was dead five minutes later, when Dr. H. J. WYNKOP
reached him, heart disease being ascribed as the cause of death. Mr. DEITER was
50 years old and is survived by his parents, who live in Dansville.
MRS. OREN A. WHITCOMB
Batavia, Jan. 27 - Mrs. Oren A. WHITCOMB, 70 years old, died at her home in
Batavia last night from a complication of diseases. Mrs. WHITCOMB had been a
resident of Batavia for many years. She is survived by her husband, a daughter,
Miss Edith M. WHITCOMB, of Batavia, and three half sisters.
The funeral will be held from her late home to-morrow afternoon and the burial will take place in the Grand View cemetery.
MRS. MARY A. APPLIN
Dansville, Jan. 27 - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary A. APPLIN will take place
to-morrow afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home of A. E. HOLBROOK in Van Campen
street, Rev. George O. FISHER officiating. Mrs. APPLIN was 74 years old and is
survived by six children, Mrs. A. E. HOLBROOK, Miss Margaret APPLIN, Fred and
Edward APPLIN, of Dansville, Mrs. F. (F. or E.) HOLBROOK, of Elmira, and Morgan
APPLIN, of Buffalo, and fifteen grandchildren. Interment will be in Greenmount
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH
Geneva, Jan. 27 - The funeral of William Henry SMITH, of Rochester, formerly
of Geneva, was held from his late home in that city at 10:35 o’clock this
morning, Rev. Samuel F. TYLER, rector of St. Luke’s Church officiating. The
body was brought to Geneva on a chartered car and a committal service was held
this afternoon at Glenwood cemetery, with Rev. C. M. SILLS, rector of Trinity
Fairport, Jan. 27 - The death of Merritt DUNNING, a resident of the Baptist
Home, in North Main street, occurred Wednesday night. Mr. DUNNING, who was 86
years old, was formerly a resident of Brockport and came here from that village
several years ago. His wife died here in 1917.
The funeral was held this afternoon at 2 o’clock from the Home. Interment was at the cemetery in this village.
MRS. CLAUDE SYMONDS
Canandaigua, Jan. 27 - The death of Mrs. Myrtie SYMONDS, wife of Claude
SYMONDS, of Honeoye Falls, occurred at the Thompson Memorial Hospital here last
evening. Death was due to heart trouble. Mrs. SYMONDS was 28 years old. She had
been a patient at the hospital for several months past. The body was taken to
Honeoye Falls for funeral services and interment.
MRS. MARY DOYLE
Waterloo, Jan. 27 - Mrs. Mary DOYLE, 80 years old, died this morning at the
Bacon home, north of Waterloo. Surviving are one son, John J. DOYLE, of Waterloo
and several grandchildren.
The funeral will be held from St. Mary’s Church at 9:30 o’clock on Monday morning, Rev. Coleman F. O’LOUGHLIN officiating. Interment will be in St. Mary’s cemetery.
JAMES C. OATWAY
Batavia, Jan. 27 - James C. OATWAY of Byron, 55 years old, died at his home
last night following a long illness. He is survived by his wife, four brothers,
(next 2 lines unreadable) held from his late home (unreadable) ...noon, and the
burial will take place in the Byron cemetery.
LEAVES ESTATE OF $30,000
Fairport, Jan. 27 - The will of the late William HEFFER, which has recently
been admitted to probate, shows an estate of 30,000, of which $5,000 is of real
estate. The use of the personal property, amounting to $25,000, remains with the
widow for life, and at the death is to be equally divided between the two
daughters, Mrs. Harry GEORGE and Mrs. Carlyle MILLER.
DANSVILLE MAN SUICIDE
Main Street Grocer Locked Himself in Store and Ended Life
Dansville, Jan. 27 - The dead body of Charles T. KIDD, a Main street grocer, was found in his store this morning when the door was unlocked at an early hour. He had been shot through the heart, and appearance indicated that the deed had been done, by himself. He did not return to his home in Washington street last night, but as he often worked late at the store this did not alarm his family until it was discovered at an early hour that he had not returned. Mr. KIDD was about 45 years old. He leaves his wife and a son, George, still in high school.
He was not in good health and had worried about business. He had built some expensive houses, prices on which depreciated after the war, and it is supposed the ??et preyed upon his mind. After the body was viewed by Coroner F. R. DRIESBACH it was removed to his home in Washington street.
IDENTIFIES HIS LOST CAR
Shortsville, Jan. 27 - Deputy Sheriff William S. MILLS, of this village
yesterday received a telegram from Joseph MASSACAR, of Manchester, stating that
he had identified his lost car in a New York garage and was driving home with it
expecting to make Manchester by Saturday. MASSACAR left Tuesday evening for New
York, in response to a telegram received from Police Inspector LAHEY, of that
city to the effect that a car bearing the engine number and license tag
identical with that of MASSACAR’S lost property was in a New York garage. In
the telegram Mr. MASSACAR stated that the car had been in the New York garage
since November 18th. Rev. George WHEELOCK of Manchester, went away
with the machine on November 15th. WHEELOCK is now in the Ontario
county jail being held for the next Grand Jury on a charge of larceny.
CORONER GRANTS CERTIFICATE
A certificate of death from natural causes was granted by Coroner Thomas A.
KILLIP yesterday in the case of Margaret PAELIG, 56 years old, of No. 14? North
Union street, who was a domestic employed at that address and who took sick
suddenly and died yesterday morning before medical assistance could arrive. She
is believed to have died of heart trouble.
UNCONSCIOUS; WILL RECOVER
Walter KILLIP, 60 years old, of No. 524 Court street, was found unconscious
in his room there yesterday noon when a tube attached to a gas plate became
disconnected and the fumes entered the room. A tenant of the block, smelling
gas, investigated its source and discovered KILLIP lying on the floor. He was
taken to the Homeopathic Hospital in the ambulance, where it was said last night
that his recovery was joked for.
NINETY DAYS FOR THEFT
Man Admits He Stole Merchandise from Department Store
Samuel GREENBERG, 40 years old, of No. 53 Hoeltzer street, who conducts a cobbling shop in North street, was arraigned before Judge KOHLMETZ in City Court yesterday on a charge of petit larceny <snip> didn’t get the rest
MOTHER AND SON BURIED
Claire and Jesse HUMELBAUGH Laid to Rest Side by Side
Jesse C. HUMELBAUGH, well-known newspaper man, and his mother, Mrs. Claire L. HUMELBAUGH, were laid side by side at Riverside cemetery yesterday afternoon. Double funeral services were held at 2 o’clock at the home, No. 24 Rundel park. Rev. Pierre CUSHING, of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church of Le Roy, conducted the services.
About fifty members and former members of the editorial staffs of Rochester newspapers were present as well as a large number of former associates and friends of Mrs. HUMELBAUGH.
GROCER FOR 25 YEARS
James C. OATWAY, Who Conducted Business Here, Dies in Byron
James C. OATWAY, for twenty-five years a leading grocer of this city, died Thursday afternoon at the family home in Byron, aged 54 years. He was a life member of Yonnondio Lodge F and A. M. He entered the grocery business when a young man with George W. PEARSE. He conducted a grocery store at Clinton avenue south and Alexander street. He was a member of the old Rochester Grocery Company.
Mr. OATWAY leaves his wife, Minnie GIBBS OATWAY; two sisters, Mrs. George W. PEARSE, of this city, and Mary OATWAY, of Byron; four brothers, William OATWAY, of Jackson, Mich.; Charles F. OATWAY, of this city, and Thomas and Harry OATWAY, of Byron.
SERVED IN CIVIL WAR
Charles H. Barker Was Member of Ninth N. Y. Heavy Artillery
Charles H. BARKER, 76 years old, died Thursday evening at St. Mary’s Hospital. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth CORRIGAN; one daughter, Mrs. Walter H. BROCKWAY; three sons, Newton W., of Oswego; Benjamin F., of New York, and Harrison M. BARKER, of this city; one sister, Mrs. Margaret (F or P)ERGHAN?, of Syracuse; one brother, William P. BARKER, of Clyde.
Mr. BARKER was a Civil war veteran and a member of the Ninth New York Heavy Artillery.
The body has been removed to the family home, No. ??? Pollard avenue, where the funeral services will take place at 2:30 o’clock this afternoon. Interment will be made at Maplewood cemetery, Clyde, to-morrow afternoon.
BURIAL OF W. H. SMITH
Member of Drygoods Firm Laid to Rest in Geneva Cemetery.
The funeral of William Henry SMITH, senior member of the wholesale drygoods firm of Smith, Bier & Gormly, who died Tuesday, took place at 11 o’clock yesterday from the family home, No. 256 Alexander street, Rev. Samuel TYLER, D. D., rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, officiated. The body was taken to Geneva for interment.
The business place of Smith, Bier & Gormly in St. Paul street was closed all day out of respect to Mr. SMITH. The bearers were John WHITEMAN, C. P. LINCOLN, Charles LOUSTER, A. V. DURAND, William CULLEN and F. P. BREWSTER.
JAMES H. AKINS
James H. AKINS, a residence of Albion, died on Thursday in the Highland Hospital. He leaves two sons, William C. AKINS, of Rochester and Miller H. AKINS, of Albion; one daughter, Mrs. Ward DORRANCE, of Albion, and a sister, Mrs. Charles KAISER, of Rochester.
MRS. MARGARET MILES PAEHLING died suddenly yesterday afternoon at her home, No. 143 North Union street. Besides her mother, Mrs. Margaret MILLER, of Interlaken, she leaves four sisters, Mrs. James HANLON, of Rochester; Mrs. Michael LYMAN and Mrs. Julia POST, of Buffalo, and Miss Catherine MILES, of Interlaken, and three brothers, John, of Ithaca; and James and Patrick MILES, of Interlaken.
JACOB BARNETT died Thursday evening at the home of his son, Samuel BARNETT, No. 53 Vienna street. He leaves four sons, Samuel, Edward and Charles BARNETT, of Rochester; Max BARNETT, of Hollywood, Cal.; two daughters, Mrs. David Levi and Miss Minnie BARNETT; twenty grand children and five great grandchildren.
MARTIN FOREHLER died Thursday evening at the family home, No. 389 Campbell
street. He leaves his wife, Mary KOHLMEIER FROEHLER; four sons, Michael, of
Cincinnati; Frank K. Edward M., and Joseph J., of this city; four daughters,
Mrs. Charles J. BIESENBACH, Mrs. Leo J. KNOPF, Mrs. Frank A. TSCHIDERER and Miss
Rose B. FROEHLER, and fifteen grandchildren.
AMNESIA VICTIM CURED
Leaving City With Recovered Wife, He is Said to Be Himself Again
After making a farewell visit to the General Hospital, where George SHEPPARD, 25 years old, of New York was a patient during the early days of the week while he was suffering from an attack of amnesia, Mr. and Mrs. SHEPPARD left for New York yesterday morning.
It was said yesterday that SHEPPARD had recovered completely from the effects of the ailment. The couple left the hospital Thursday night. Yesterday morning they returned to the hospital, where SHEPPARD was examined by physicians and pronounced cured. When the couple left to continue their interrupted honeymoon, they did so with the well wishes of a number of friends they had made during SHEPPARD’S short stay here.
MAN FOUND DEAD IN HOME
Although John HIGGINS, 50 years old, of No. 135 Milburn street, apparently had been dead three days that fact was not discovered until late Thursday night when neighbors forced an entrance to the place where he lived alone. The man was found sitting upright in a chair before a table where he undoubtedly had been eating when stricken by what is believed to have been a heart attack Coroner David H. ATWATER ordered the body taken to the morgue, where he will conduct an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death. GjS
PERDUYN - Entered into rest, at her late residence, No. 115 East Union
street, Newark, N.Y., Saturday, January 28, 1922, Jozina VAN HOUTE, wife of John
PERDUYN, in the 79th year of her age. She is survived by her husband,
six sons, John J., of Newark, N. Y., James A., of Los Angeles, Cal., William E.,
of Marion, N. Y., Peter J., of Cambridge, Mass., George E., of East Rochester,
N. Y., Isaac, of this city; two daughters, Mrs. M. G. BUCK, of Whitesboro, N.
Y., and Mrs. Jasper HOOSE, of Newark, N. Y.; eleven grandchildren and one
-Funeral service will be held on Monday afternoon, January 30th, at the First Reformed Church, Newark, N. Y., at 2:30 o’clock. Interment at Willow Avenue cemetery.
SCHERBERGER - Suddenly, at the home of his son, Norfolk, Va., Thursday, January 26, 1922. Frederick SCHERBERGER, Sr., formerly of this city. He leaves two sons, Lieutenant Frederick SCHERBERGER, Jr., U. S. N., of Norfolk, Va., and Frank C. SCHERBERGER, of this city.
VOGEL - At her home in Butler, Pa., Thursday, January 26, 1922, Helen ZIMBER VOGEL, widow of John W. VOGEL. She is survived by four sons, Joseph, John, William and Raymond VOGEL, one sister, Miss M. ZIMBER, of Buffalo; two brothers, Thomas J. and Joseph G. ZIMBER, of Rochester. Buffalo papers please copy.
FROEHLER - Martin FROEHLER entered into rest Thursday, January 26, 1922, at
the family home, No. 389 Campbell street. He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife,
Mary KOHLMEIER FROEHLER; four sons, Michael, of Cincinnati, Ohio; Frank R.,
Edward M. and Joseph J., of this city; four daughters, Mrs. Charles J.
BIESENBACH, Mrs. Leo J. KNOPF, Mrs. Frank A. TSCHI?RER and Miss Rose B. FROEHLER,
and fifteen grandchildren.
-Funeral will take place Monday morning at 8 o’clock from his late home and 8:30 o’clock at Holy Family Church. Interment will take place in the family lot in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
JONES - At his home in Webster, on East Main street, Saturday morning,
January 28, 1922, Honorable Frank M. JONES, aged 74 years. He leaves his wife,
M. Louise CRAMER JONES; one brother, William H. JONES, of Miami, Fla.; two
sisters, Mrs. Nancy M. DAVIS, of Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. Sara ROUCH, of
Union Hill, N. Y.
-Funeral from his late home in Webster, on East Main street, Monday afternoon, January 30, 1922, at 2 o’clock. Interment at Webster Rural cemetery.
MACOMBER - Entered into rest, in this city, Saturday, January 28, 1922, Dr.
Augustus ? MACOMBER, aged 77 years. Deceased is survived by his wife and one
son, Raymond MACOMBER, of Seattle, Wash.
-Funeral services from No. 122 Minnesota street, Monday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Interment at Wooden cemetery Ch??, Norfolk. Nebraska papers please copy.
OSBORN - At his residence, No. 1629 Culver road, Wilbur Fiske OSBORN. He
leaves his wife, Mrs. Theresa SONTAZ OSBORN.
-Funeral Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock.
OATWAY - At his home, in Byron, Thursday afternoon, January 26, 1922, James
C. OATWAY, aged 54 years. He leaves his wife, Minnie GIBB OATWAY.
-Funeral will be held at his residence Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Interment at Byron cemetery.
PRATT - Entered into rest, Friday, January 27, 1922, at the home, No. 1095
Monroe avenue, Flora L., beloved wife of Grover M. PRATT, aged 71 years. Besides
her husband she leaves one son, Edward A., of Rushford, N. Y.; two daughters,
Mrs. H. H. STILLMAN and Mrs. Helen P. RICE, both of this city; also five
-Funeral Monday at 10:30 o’clock from the residence. Temporary interment at Mount Hope cemetery, with removal later to the family plot at Rushford, N. Y.
PIERSON - Entered into rest at her home No. 97 Locust street, Friday, January
27, 1922, Mary E., wife of Joe B. PIERSON, aged 67 years. She leaves besides her
husband, one brother, George H. MOSHER, of Wellsbury, N. Y. She was a member of
Captain Henry Lomb Circle, Ladies of G. A. R., and Guiding Star Rebekah Lodge,
-Funeral from her home, Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock, January 30, 1922. Interment at Mount Hope.
HARNED - At the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Paul WEAVER, No. 142
Broadway, January 26, 1922, at 4 p.m., Benjamin Chichester HARNED. He is
survived by two brothers, Samuel L. HAENED of Brooklyn; Charles W. HARNED, of
Dallas, Texas; three daughters, Mrs. Paul WEAVER, Mrs. Benjamin B. BATES, Mrs,
Wellington POTTER; one son, Percy L. HARNED, and nine grandchildren, all of
-Funeral Monday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock from No. 142 Broadway. Temporary interment at Mount Hope cemetery, with removal later to family plot at New Haven, Conn.
YORKEY - Entered into rest, Saturday, January 28, 1922, Cora REDDER, wife of
Herbert J. YORKEY, aged 29 years. She is survived by her husband, two daughters,
Helen and Mary; her father and mother, August and Mary REDDER; three sisters,
Mrs. Martha JOHNSON, Mrs. Lillian WHITNEY, and Gertrude REDDER; three brothers,
William H. Edward G. and Dewey A. REDDER.
-Funeral from her home, No. 217 Remington street, Tuesday afternoon, January 31st., at 2 o’clock. Interment at mount Hope.
BARTOLD - In sad but loving memory of my dear wife, who entered into rest, January 28, 1919.
FRANK M. JONES IS DEAD AT WEBSTER
Former County Treasurer and Member of Assembly Passes Away
Frank JONES died at his residence in Webster yesterday morning. Mr. JONES was born at Union Hill, Monroe county, on November 18, 1847, son of Chester JONES, merchant and farmer, and Hannah, daughter of Samuel MILLARD, of the revolutionary army. He was educated in the public schools of his native place, and in 1868(?) He became associated with his father in the grocery business. He later built and conducted a general store at Union Hill where he resided until 1891. Then he moved to Webster and opened a large department store, which he conducted until about 1915.
In the fall of 1885 Mr. JONES was elected supervisor of the town of Webster, and four times successively he was re-elected to this office. In 1889 he was elected to represent the First Monroe District in the state Assembly, and he was re-elected in 1890, and again in 1891. While in the Assembly Mr. JONES served as a member of the Committees on Gas, Electricity, Water Supply, and Railroads.
In 1908 Mr. JONES was elected treasurer of Monroe county. In the year 1915 he retired from active business duties, and in the same year was appointed a delegate to the Constitutional Convention.
Mr. JONES was a member of the Webster (line unreadable) and of Damascus Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of Rochester. He was a member and trustee of the Webster Presbyterian Church. On December 22, 1869, he married M. Louise CRANMER, daughter of William T. CRANMER, of Ontario, Wayne county.
Mr. JONES leaves, besides his wife, a brother, William H. JONES, of Miami, Fla., and two sisters, Nancy M. DAVIS, of Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. Laura ROUCH, of Union Hill.
The funeral will be held from the home in East Main street, Webster, to-morrow afternoon at 2 o’clock, Rev. C. H. BROWN officiating. Interment will be made in Webster Rural cemetery.
MARGARET MILES PAEHLING, 56 years old, of No. 143 North Union street, died suddenly Friday afternoon at her home. She leaves her mother, Margaret MILES, of Interlaken; four sisters, Mrs. Michael LYMAN, Mrs. Julia POST, of Buffalo, Mrs. James HANLON, of Rochester, and Catherine MILES, of Interlaken, and three brothers, John MILES, of Ithaca, and James and Patrick MILES, of Interlaken. Interment will be made at Ovid.
The funeral of Bridget McARDLE CARROLL was held at 8:30 o’clock yesterday morning from her home, No. 44 Sherman street, and at 9 o’clock from the Church of Holy Apostles. Requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev. Father McARDLE, of Scottsville. The bearers were Sergeant James COLLINS, Daniel NAYLON, Martin CULLEN, Frank LANE, Thomas KEARNES and William KENNEY. Interment was made in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Final blessing at the grave was given by Rev. John McMAHON, chaplain of St. Ann’s Home.
THERESA DREXEL, widow of Louis DREXEL, died yesterday at the home of her daughters, Mrs. Anna FOLEY, No. 169 Warner street, aged 60 years. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Anna FOLEYand Mrs. Edward LINDEAN, and four sons, Joseph J., Charles A., Edward A., and Theodore DREXEL, and eighteen grandchildren.
MRS. ELEANORA GUNTERT died yesterday afternoon at the home of her son, Ernest
E. GUNTERT, No. 219 Post avenue. She leaves a son, Ernest E. GUNTERT, and a
daughter, Rose M. GUNTERT, both of this city, and four grandchildren. She was a
member of the Rosary Society of St. Augustine’s Church.
WOMAN LEAPS INTO RIVER; IS RESCUED
Taken to Hospital, Where Her Condition Is Said to Be Good
While her husband slept, Mrs. Florence MATHEWS, 42 years old, slipped quietly from her home at No. 31 Scottsville road before midnight last night and walked across the meadow north of Elmwood avenue in Genesee Valley Park to the bank of the river. According to the police she walked out on the ice which covers the river near the bank and jumped into the water.
Her screams attracted Frank KAISER, of No. 67 Seager street, and Otto GEHRING, of No. 267 Caroline street, who were at the Marquette Canoe Club. They obtained ropes and with some difficulty effected the woman’s rescue. An ambulance was called and Mrs. MATHEWS was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital. While she is suffering from shock, her condition is said to be good.
It is said that Mrs. MATHEWS has been despondent because of illness.
SUICIDE WANTED HERE
Was Believed by Police to Have Engineered Joseph Ave. Robbery
William SKUDWICKI, alias SHUDWICK, 28 years old, of Buffalo, was found hanging from a steal bar in his cell in the Orleans county jail at Albion yesterday morning. He had fashioned a crude noose out of (her)? clothes and attached it about his neck. SKUDWICKI was waiting trial in Albion for breaking into William Robinson’s general store at Waterport and stealing goods valued at $2,000. Two companions in the burglary were arrested with him.
News of SKUDWICKI’s suicide was received at police headquarters yesterday by Detective M. J. DOYLE, who sought him in connection with the burglary at the Brody women’s garment store in Joseph avenue last fall. SKUDWICKI is alleged to have engineered that burglary, when furs and women’s coats, valued at from $3,000 to $5,000 were stolen and carried away in a motor truck.
ACCUSED OF SHOPLIFTING
Jennie and Rose PALLADAM, 35 and 23 years old, of No. 153 Atkinson street,
were arrested yesterday afternoon in the Duffy-Powers store for stealing $30
worth of merchandise. The women were caught by Miss GRIDLEY, an operator for the
Whaley-Doyle Detective Agency, who turned them over to Special Officer Ignatz
ACCUSED OF DRIVING LAME HORSE
Enricoe DELAPORTA, 45 years old, a driver of No. 460 State street, was
arrested in White street yesterday afternoon by Patrolman James M. MURPHY, of
the Lyell avenue station, on a charge of cruelty to an animal. DELAPORTA is
alleged to have driven a horse attached to a wagon that was lame and sore, being
unable to stand on one hoof.
YOUNG MAID GIVES BLOOD AND LIFE FOR HER FINANCE
Geneva - Miss GAPRONI, a 20-year-old girl of Locarno, has just given her blood and then her life to save her afflicted husband, who had been seriously injured in an automobile accident. The physician declared that immediate infusion of blood was the only hope and Miss GAPRONI, against her parents’ wishes, volunteered here. The operation was a success, both recovered health, but three weeks later the girl contracted pneumonia, attributed to the indirect result of loss of blood. The wedding had been fixed for Christmas Day.
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TEST OF CONFIDENCE WITHSTOOD
The Indians disappeared in the forest. Hours were made long with anxiety. Evening drew nigh, and in the distance appeared the chief with the daughter tripping gaily by his side. The test of confidence had been imposed and withstood, and from that day WHITE knew no friends more faithful than his red brethren.
During the year 1780 a trading house was established near Waterloo by Captain Horatio JONES. His son, energetic, bold and skillful with the rifle, joined the regiment commanded by Colonel PIPER, as a fifer. A few months later he enlisted in a company of riflemen known as the Bedford Rangers and commanded by Captain BOYD of the United States Army. A few days later the command was ambushed, a large number killed, and JONES attempted to escape. He was captured, marched for two days without food, and forced to run the gauntlet, which he did successfully.
He was adopted into an Indian family, and shared all the privileges of Indian hospitality. He established a trading house within the borders of Seneca, later removing to Geneva. He is said to have sold to John JACOB ASTOR his first lot of furs. He was married in 1789, and removing from Geneva, was the first white man to settle in the town of Leicester. He was the first white settler to raise wheat west of the Genesee river. He was appointed Indian interpreter by President WASHINGTON, a position he held until his death in 1836.
SOME EARLY SETTLERS
Job SMITH emigrated from Ulster county in 1877, and was the first settler upon the Military Tract. He erected his cabin on the flats at Seneca Falls, now covered with fifty feet of water of VanCleef Lake, near the later site of the upper red mill owned by Colonel MYN?ERSE. He lived alone, trafficked somewhat with the Indians, and was the owner of a yoke of oxen. A party of travelers, passing up the river in 1789, was transported by him around the falls upon a cart whose wheels were sawed entirely from logs. He married a Miss GORHAM at Waterloo and returned to the flats.
Two Connecticut traders, bearing a pack of goods, visited the Canoga reservation in 1785 and traded their merchandise for furs. James BENNETT, from Northumberland county, reached the Seneca county border in 1789, and was (parts cut out)
choosing a pleasant locality in the now village of Ovid, founded a claim upon the place by right of tomahawk improvements. This consisted of building a pole cabin thatched with bark, the deadening of timber in the vicinity, and the clearing of a small patch of ground. Legally these acts had no force. But they gave a patent to the claim. Unsatisfied with undisputed possession after succeeding well. FAUSSETT sought out the owner of lot No. 88 and purchased two separate parcels of ground of 200 acres each.
Among others who sought homes in southern Seneca during 1789 were the DUNLAP brothers, Andrew and Wilson. With them came James WILSON. Arriving in May, Andrew DUNLAP located upon Lot No. 8, in the town of Ovid. He is known as the man whose plow turned the first furrow in breaking for cultivation the soil between the lakes. It was in the latest days of the month that a half acre of ground was tilled and the plot planted with potatoes brought by him for that purpose from his former home on the Susquehanna. But a short time elapsed before Mr. DUNLAP was enabled to make full payment for his lot, and he became the possessor of a fine farm of 600 acres, the value of which was constantly enhanced as time passed. He lived in comfort and independence in his latter days.
Parties continued to arrive until in the spring of 1793 more than thirty families were established in the southern part. Groups gathered at Seneca Falls and Scauyase(?), and isolated families at distant points in other locations. James McKNIGHT settled in Varick, David WISNER in Romulus, and Ezekial CRANE in Tyre. There came Elijah KINNE, John SEELEY, Peter HUGHES, Nicholas and Richard HUFF, James DeBOTT, Abraham W. COVERT and Tennis COVERT, the last settlers of 1794.
About 1790 the settlers went to Newtown, now known as Elmira, forty miles away, to buy groceries, seed and provisions. Feelings akin to pity and astonishment would steal over those of to-day could they know the incidents of those long and wearisome journeys through the woods on winding roads.
They were accustomed to take their grists in canoes and boats across Seneca Lake to a mill near Penn Yan.
Among the strange character who made their appearance with early settlers was a woman named Jemima WILKINSON, who rode in style through the streets of Geneva in a coach on whose panels were the mystical characters, "C. F." which translated meant, "universal friend." Some flocked to see her to satisfy curiosity, while others became her followers. Among these latter was a party of settlers that followed the road made by CLINTON from Connecticut and, reaching Geneva, cut for themselves a road to Crooked Lake outlet, and established the mill mentioned above.
Samuel BEAR, of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, was the first settler on the south side of the river in what is now known as Scauyase. Here he established a grist mill in 1794, upon the site of the present "White Mills," erected by the firm of Pierson, Becker and <snip> that’s all I got. GjS
Babylon, L. I., N. Y., Jan. 29 - Coast guards from Fire Island and Oak Island
searched all to-day along the shores of Great South Bay and among the islets of
the bay for Edmund A. PEARSALL and Jerome B. JEROME, both of East Islip, who
started out duck shooting Saturday and failed to return.
All night bonfires blazed along the bay, kept burning by anxious friends of the missing men in the hope they might find their way to the beacons, But in view of the snow storm which hung all day over the bay, small hope was felt for the pair when they had not been found to-night.
There are several cottages, used by hunters, scattered about the islands in the bay and there was a faint hope left that PEARSALL and JEROME might have found shelter from the storm in one of these.
The ice which covered the bay broke up in the high wind during the night and friends and relatives of the missing men feared they had been drowned. They were last seen late Saturday, traveling together in their "scooters," small boats fitted with steel runners for crossing the ice.
FOUR OUT OF FIVE MEMBERS OF KANSTON FAMILY DEAD
Washington, Jan. 29 - Four of the five members of the family of Oscar G.
KANSTON, of 3847 North Winchester street, Chicago, lost their lives in the
KANSTON, who, came here recently in connection with some temporary work for the Bureau of Valuation of the Interstate Commerce Committee, went last night to the playhouse with his wife, his two daughters, Helen, 13, and Anyln, 7, and his son, Grant, 11. Only the boy escaped.
GOMPERS ADMITS INJUNCTION AIDS CAUSE OF LABOR
Washington, Jan. 29 - "Labor has no objection to the writ of injunction
when properly used," said Samuel GOMPERS, president of the American
Federation of Labor, commenting in the American Federation on the recent
injunction granted by Justice WAGNER in New York restraining employers in the
garment workers’ strike.
The WAGNER injunction, Mr. GOMPERS declared, related to violation of contract by employers and was "nothing remarkable" even though it did favor the workers.
"It is when the injunction commands the doing of things which workers have a lawful right not to do, or when the injunction forbids the doing of things which the workers have a lawful right to do that labor protests." Mr. GOMPERS continued.
BODY OF MISSING YOUTH FOUND WIRED BETWEEN TREES
Mobile, Ala., Jan 29 - The finding of the charred body of a young white man
wired between two pine trees at Bolinger, Ala., has stirred the entire lower
section of Choctaw county and appeals have been sent to Governor KILBY asking
that a reward be offered for the arrest and conviction of the unknown parties
who murdered the man.
The body is thought to be that of Drew CONNER, who has been missing since Christmas. The crime was committed probably about four or five weeks ago. The lower part of the body was gone and the upper part charred beyond recognition.
JAMES M. HEWITT DEAD
Was Connected with New York Office of Menter Company
Word has been received here of the death of James Henry HEWITT, formerly of Rochester, who died last Friday at Queens, Village, L. I. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Nellie Scott HEWITT; a son, Harley H. HEWITT; two sisters, Mrs. L. S. KENDALL, of Rochester, and Mrs. M. E. GRIFFITH, of Northampton, Mass., and a brother, Frank E. HEWITT, of Geneseo.
The body has been brought to Rochester for burial. Funeral services will be held from No. 137 Chestnut street this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock.
Mr. HEWITT was born in Rochester and for many years was --- with the Rochester Stamping company. About seven years ago he became associated with the (unreadable) New York city and went to its offices in that city. He remained with this company until his death.
HENRY M. STRAUSSMAN DIES AT AGE OF 74
Came to Rochester in 1884 to Engage in Furniture Business
With the death of Henry M. STRAUSSMAN the city has lost one of its oldest business men, as well as a citizen whose interest in the development of the city and in its activities was great during his active years of service.
Mr. STRAUSSMAN was born in Germany on September 14, 1847, and when about 14 years of age was brought to America. After spending a number of years in Ithaca he came to Rochester in 1884, where he had remained ever since. He started his furniture business the same year and operated under the firms of H. M. STRAUSSMAN & Company until 1908, when he retired from business.
In 1883 he married Minnie BEIR and he has one daughter, May STRAUSSMAN ADLER. He made his home at the Hotel Rochester.
BODY TO LIE IN STATE
The body of Rev. Waldo Emerson MURRAY will lie in state this afternoon from
12 to 2 o’clock in Grace Lutheran Church, Clifford avenue and Manitou street.
The funeral service, which will be conducted by Rev. Walter KRUMWIEDE, assisted
by several other Lutheran pastors, will begin at 2 o’clock. Rev. Mr. MURRAY
once was pastor of Grace Church.
FREDERICK E. VAUTRIN, 51 years old, died yesterday. He leaves his mother, Katherine; three brothers, August, of Los Angeles; Jacob, of St. Louis, Mo., and George VAUTRIN, of this city, and two sisters, Mrs. J. M. ACKERMAN and Miss Louise VAUTRIN. The body will be taken to No. 438 Wilder street for burial services.
TIMES UNION - Jan. 30, 1922
MATRIMONIAL VENTURES CAUSE ARREST OF MAN MARRIED HERE IN NOV.
While alleged matrimonial ventures of Joseph G. BROWN, 24, of Palm street are being investigated by the police he is being held at police headquarters on a charge of vagrancy, but a more serious charge is likely to be made at the conclusion of the investigation. He was arrested this morning by Acting Detective LAMBIASE.
It was learned that on November 28 of last year he was married to Miss Catherine O'FLANAGAN of 159 Driving Park avenue by the Rev. S. J. CLARKSON of Monroe Avenue Methodist Church. They lived together here happily until word reached the bride that he had another wife.
When BROWN was asked as to the matter he said to have answered that he did have another one, but that a divorce was obtained in Pennsylvania. Then information came that the supposed first wife is living with their child in Batavia.
Having obtained her address in that place, Captain McDONALD called up and was informed by the first wife, who is now living at 112 Harvest street, Batavia, that she was married to BROWN on August 26, 1914. Prior to her marriage she was Bertha May HUTTON.
Asked as to the supposed divorce obtained in Pennsylvania, Mrs. BROWN Number 1 states that she had never heard of it, and it is not believed that any divorce could have been secured without her knowledge. After the receipt of this word it was decided to hold BROWN on the vagrancy charge.
It was said that he left wife Number 1 about a year ago and his whereabouts had been unknown to her.
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Times Union - Jan 31, 1922
BIGAMY CHARGE MADE AGAINST BATAVIA MAN
Joseph George BROWN, 24, of Batavia, was in City Court this morning on a charge of vagrancy. The charge was withdrawn and he was rearrested on a charge of bigamy.
It is aleged that he was married to Miss Catherine O'FLANNAGAN of 159 Driving Park avenue on November 28 and that at that time he had a wife in Batavia. His first wife was Miss Bertha May HUTTON. The couple have one child.
FOUR YEARS IN AUBURN FOR MAN WHO SOLD STOCK AND KEPT CASH
Four years in Auburn Prison was the high price paid by Edward ROBERTS for selling 80 shares of stock in the Madras Marble Company of Alabama for $175 and keeping the money. The stock was worth about $1,000. ROBERTS pleaded guilty to grand larceny. He was sentenced by Judge GILLETTE this morning. He had served a four-year sentence in the federal penitentiary at Leavenworth for using the mails to defraud.
TWO PERSONS INJURED AND AUTOS ARE DAMAGED IN MORNING COLLISION
Two persons were slightly injured and two automobiles were damaged in a collision at Lake and Phelps avenue shortly after 8 o'clock this morning.
An automobile owned and driven south in Lake avenue by John HADLOCK of 83 Glendale park collided with another machine operated north in Lake avenue by E. P. CURTIS, 33, of 8 North Goodman street. Miss Zita HADLOCK, 24, riding with Mr. HADLOCK, sustained bruises about her head. Mr. CURTIS suffered a cut lip.
Both machines had turned to the center of the road to avoid autos standing at the curbs when the accident happened.
MAN ACCUSED OF STEALING VALUABLE RING
L. H. BENEDICT, 28, of Troy, was arrested last night on a charge of grand larceny for the theft of a diamond ring valued at $1,200 from the store of Stephen D. BURRITT, in Main street east. He pleaded not guilty and the case was adjourned to February 3. The alleged theft occurred on April 2 of last year.
Democrat & Chronicle -
Peter Van OPDORF, No. 21 Garson avenue, and Miss Glenah M. WATERMAN, No. 721 Garson avenue
Abraham WEXELMAN, No. 112 Weld street, and Celia SCHNEIDER, No. 112 Weld street
Mannie SEIGLER, Syracuse and Belle ??mond, No. 85 Lyndhurst street
A. L. SMITH, No. 103 Savannah street, and Margaret M. STREBET, No. 515 Hague street
Edward H. SCHMITZ, Jr. No. 24 Rugraff street and Mildred C. CONNELL, No. 273 Hague street
Raymond MILES, No. 98 Monica street, and Edna F. SEILS, No. 195 Fernwood avenue
Ellsworth P. BOURQUINN, Bowling Green, Ohio, and Lillian M. HUBBARD, No. 178 Eighth street
WESTERN NEW YORK DEATHS
GEORGE H. TOMPKINS
Knowelsville, Jan. 30 - The funeral of George H. TOMPKINS, who died on Wednesday, was held from his home last Friday morning, with burial in Maplewood cemetery at Henrietta. Mr. TOMPKINS was born in the town of Henrietta on August 31, 1854, the son of Charles L. and Elizabeth S. TOMPKINS, where he lived until 1900, when he came to Knowlesville, and married Grace E. PERRY. He was taken sick the first of last April with heart trouble. He was a member of West Henrietta Lodge, F. and A. M., and of the First Presbyterian Church of this place. Besides his wife, the surviving relatives are a daughter, Alice E., and one sister, Jennie B.
Batavia, Jan. 30 - Jay LATHROP, a well known resident of the town of Stafford, who had lived there all of his life, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John SIMMONS, of Morganville, to-day at the age of 82 years. He was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John LATHROP, who settled in the town of Stafford in 1814, coming there from Rutland county, Vt. Mr. LATHROP had served the town as supervisor and was a charter member of the Stafford Grange, of which he was treasurer for twenty-five years. He was a member of the Olive Branch Lodge, F. and A. M., of LeRoy, and of the Morganville Christian Church. He is survived, besides his daughter, by his wife, two brothers and one sister.
The funeral will be held on Wednesday afternoon from the home of his daughter and the burial will take place in Morganville.
WINSOR S. SCOFIELD
Canandaigua, Jan. 30 - The funeral of Winsor S. SCOFIELD will be held from the chapel in Woodlawn cemetery to-morrow afternoon and burial will be made in that cemetery. He was 39 years old and a former resident of Canandaigua. He died suddenly at the Post Graduate Hospital in New York on Saturday after an operation, Mr. SCOFIELD had been living in New York for some years past. He was the son of Mrs. A. H. SCOFIELD, of Canandaigua, and is survived by his mother and his wife, Cecile Beatrice SCOFIELD, of New York, besides two sisters, Miss Helen SCOFIELD, of Syracuse, and Mrs. Harry L. THOMPSON, of Bound Brook, N.J.
NATHANIEL P. KNAPP
Batavia, Jan. 30 - Nathaniel P. KNAPP, a well known Batavian, died at his home here last night from a complication of diseases. Mr. KNAPP, who was 70 years old, was engaged in the real estate business, having his offices with Judge CONE, where he had been located for the past twenty years. He is survived by a sister, Miss Harriet KNAPP, of Paterson, N.J.
The funeral will be held to-morrow afternoon and the body will be placed in the vault at Elmwood cemetery.
MRS. P. P. LAIRD
Canandaigua, Jan. 30 - The death of Mrs. Mary A. LAIRD occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles E. CURTISS, in South Main street, last night. Mrs. LAIRD had been in ill health for some time past. She was the wife of P. P. LAIRD, of this city, whom she leaves surviving, besides her daughter, Mrs. CURTISS, and a sister, Mrs. H. E. BROWN, of New York.
EDGAR EUGENE STILES
Waterloo, Jan. 30 - Edgar Eugene STILES, 71 years old, died on Saturday at his residence, No. 124 East Elisha street. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Sarah STILES; two sons, Charles and Lynn STILES, both of Waterloo, and one sister, Miss Lena STILES, of Smithvale Flats.
The funeral was held this afternoon from the residence and the body taken to Greene, N. Y., where interment will be made on Wednesday morning.
MRS. SETH W. LINCOLN
Batavia, Jan. 30 - Mrs. Seth W. LINCOLN, 70 years old, died at her home in Batavia from bronchial pneumonia last night. She had spent practically all of her life in Genesee county. She is survived by two sons and one brother.
The funeral will be held from her late home to-morrow afternoon and the burial will take place at East Pembroke.
MISS HARRIETT HARRINGTON
Albion, Jan. 30 - The death of Miss Harriett HARRINGTON, 72 years old, occurred last night at the home of Titus COANN in Park street.
Miss HARRINGTON was born in Albion in March, 1850. She was a member of Christ's Episcopal Church, of the Humane Society, the Conversationalist Club and of the Phipps Seminary Association. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Henry HARRINGTON and Mrs. George H. SICKELS, of Buffalo, with whom she had been spending the winter.
HARRY J. LOY
Geneva, Jan. 30 - The funeral of Harry J. LOY, formerly a well known Genevan, who died Friday afternoon in Lockport, was held yesterday afternoon in the Odd Fellows Hall in this city. The church service was in charge of Rev. Alexander THOMPSON, pastor of the North Presbyterian Church, and the Odd Fellows service was conducted by Past Grand W. G. NEILLY, assisted by Chaplain Earl McCONNELL.
Those who acted as bearers were J. D. SCOTT, John CASTLE, James REED, Charles WOOD and George F. DITMARS. Burial was made in Glenwood cemetery.
MRS. FRANCES ABIGAIL CALKINS
Warsaw, Jan. 30 - Mrs. Frances Abigail CALKINS, widow of Stephen M. CALKINS, died after a brief illness at the Warsaw Hospital yesterday morning. She was born at Springbrook, N. Y., on March 15, 1838. On October 2, 1853 she was united in marriage to Stephen M. CALKINS, who died December 24, 1912. She was a member of the old Wesleyan Methodist Church. Surviving are one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles CALKINS, and two grandsons, Raymond and Samuel CALKINS, of this village.
The funeral will be held from the CALKINS home in Linwood avenue on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Rev. O. C. BAKER, assisted by Rev. Mr. BASETTA T. LINDNER died this morning at the made in the Myrtle street cemetery at Le Roy.
MISS HENRIETTA T. LINDNER
Clifton Springs, Jan. 30 - Miss Henrietta T. LINDNER died this morning at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank LINDNER, after a long illness. Miss LINDNER was born in this village on July 23, 1895. She was a graduate of the Clifton Springs High School and had two years training as a nurse in the Home-o-pathic Hospital, Rochester, but was forced to give up her work on account of ill health. Miss LINDNER is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank LINDNER, and two sisters, Clara M. LINDNER and Mrs. Henry FOX, all of this village.
The funeral will be held on Wednesday from St. Felix's Church in this village, Rev. F. J. O'HANLON officiating. Burial will be in St. Agnes's cemetery.
MRS. SARAH SILL SIPPLE
Albion, Jan. 30 - The death of Mrs. Sarah Sill SIPPLE, widow of Henry SIPPLE, of this village occurred to-day at the Rochester State Hospital. The body will be brought to Albion for burial. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Eva BRUSH, of this village.
MRS. MARY HAYNES ELDRIDGE.
Fairport, Jan. 30 - The funeral of Mrs. Mary HAYNES ELDRIDGE, whose death occurred Friday, was held this afternoon at the home of the son, Walter ELDRIDGE, near Macedon Center. Mrs. ELDRIDGE was a native of Hoosick, N. Y.., being the eldest daughters of the late Herschel and Sarah Wilson HAYNES. She was born January 5, 1855, and spent her early childhood in Hoosick, later removing with her parents to Bennington, Vt., where they lived until coming to Macedon union school and Macedon Academy, after which she was a school teacher. On March 9, 1876, she was united in marriage to Henry ELDRIDGE, of Macedon Center. For a time they lived on a farm east of Macedon, after which they came to Fairport to live. Several years later they exchanged their property here for a farm west of Macedon Center, where they lived until Mr. ELDRIDGE's death in February 1904. Since that time she had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Roy T. HAGREEN, northeast of Fairport.
Surviving relatives, besides her daughter and son, two sisters, Mrs. Henry GREEN, of Farmington, and Mrs. Walter WILCOXEN, of Macedon; four grandchildren and several nephews and nieces. She was a member of the Episcopal Church of Palmyra. Interment was at Macedon Center cemetery.
CHARLES ALDRICH EDDY
Geneva, Jan. 30 - Charles Aldrich EDDY, 67 years old, for thirty years superintendent of the Geneva Wagon Company, and co-inventor of the "Cut under" wagon, died suddenly at 11:30 o'clock last evening at his home, No. 43 North Main street from apoplexy. Papers from the "cut under" wagon, with William MORRELL as co-inventor, were taken out in the year 1888. In 1893, Mr. Eddy won recognition at the World's Fair in Chicago. The same year' he organized the Geneva Wagon Company. At the time of his retirement, December 31st. 1920, he was presented with a handsome silver tea set, and a letter of marked appreciation for the type of service and interest rendered through the thirty years.
Mr. EDDY was a charter member of the Geneva Automobile Association and his interest outside of his work was centered in automobiles. He was one of the first automobile owners in Geneva. He was the son of Charles Colwell EDDY and Amy STEPHEN EDDY, early settlers in Chenango county from Rhode Island, and was born August 26, 1854. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Isabel EDDY; two daughters, Mrs. John R. HOUSTON, of this city, and Mrs. Charles S. SHERRETT, of Ithaca; one sister, Mrs. Ellen ORR, of Manistigue, Mich.; two brothers, John EDDY, of Los Angeles, Cal., and A. Smith EDDY, of Oxford.
FRANK M. JONES
Webster, Jan. 30 - The funeral of Frank M. JONES was held from his late home in East Main street this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The bearers were Abbott ODELL, Loren BONENBLUST, William STOKES, William FURNESS, B. K. WILLIAMS, and Kirkland MIDDLETON, Rev. C. H. BROWN, of the Webster Presbyterian Church, officiated, assisted by Rev. FRISBIE, Several county officials and many relatives and friends from out of town attended. Interment was made in Webster rural cemetery.
OBJECTS TO DISCHARGE
Claims Isaac Margolis, Bankrupt, Has Concealed Assets.
An objection to the discharge from bankruptcy of Isaac MARGOLIS, clothing cutter of this city, has been entered by Arthur WHITNEY, through his attorney, Robert E. KEEFE. It is alleged that MARGOLIS has concealed assets from his creditors contrary to the bankrupcy law. Judge John R. HAZEL, of United States District Court, has referred the matter to Nelson P. SANFORD, referee in bankruptcy, who will receive testimony in the case, sitting as special master.
A special hearing on an exemption matter in the case of Edward TOWNE bankrupt plumber of this city, was held in Bankruptcy Court yesterday morning.
SAY THEY BELONG HERE
Two Young Men Held for Holding Up Jeweler in Chicago.
Chicago, Jan. 30 - Clark NORMAN, 23 and John H. CARR, 24, both of Rochester, N. Y., were chased through downtown streets and to-day captured shortly after they had held up the proprietor and a clerk of the Commonwealth Watch and Jewelry Company.
Neither NORMAN nor CARR could be identified yesterday as Rochester men.
CASES IN CITY COURT
New York Appraiser Held for Grand Jury on Charge of Stealing Brooch.
In City Court yesterday Isadore HAST, 46 years old, of Bensonhurst, L. I.,
Waived examination and was held for the Grand Jury on a charge of grand larceny, first degree, by stealing a diamond brooch, valued at $3,800, belonging to Mrs. Thomas SWANTON, of No. 1 Arnold park.
John DOODY, of No. 156 Cameron street, was unable to identify Leo LORENZO, of No. 5 Riley place, as the person who slashed him with a razor a week ago Sunday morning, and a charge of assault, second degree, against LORENZO was withdrawn.
Warning Ralph HERLETH, 16 years old, of No. 59 Joslyn street, that another conviction of stealing newspapers would mean sixty days in the penitentiary, Judge William C. KOHLMETZ suspended judgment.
Edward BARNARD, 21 years old of Tennyville, Conn., was committed to the penitentiary for thirty days for stealing an overcoat belonging to Frank MEROSKY.
Enrico DELAPORTI, of No. 460 State street, was fined $10 for driving a lame horse.
Mrs. Rose LEONE, 19 years old, was committed to the penitentiary for 180 days on charge of vagrancy.
John CONNORS and John RIDLEY, both on Erie, PA., were committed to the penitentiary for thirty days for intoxication.
LABORER IS SENTENCED
Sent to Auburn for Two-Year Term for Assault.
Joseph De GRAZIA, convicted of assault, second degree, on Isam MONTSETTE, during the labor disturbance at North Goodman and Norton streets last July, was sentenced to serve from two to four years in Auburn prison by County Judge Willis K. GILLETTE yesterday. Joseph Di VILLO, convicted of the same offense, will be sentenced to-morrow morning.
Charles SEBALLICE, who was connected with Peter CASTIGLIONE in abducting 18-year old Sarah VACCARO, was given six months in the penitentiary.
YOUNG GIRL IS ACCUSER
Orange Street Man in Custody - Said to Have Deserted Wife.
Giuseppe SCARPINO, 27 years old, of No. 143 Orange street, was arrested in Lyell avenue last night by Detectives WIEDMAN and CHRISTIE on a charge of rape, first degree. The complaintant is a 14-year-old girl.
Information obtained by the detective from Easton, PA., where SCARPINO lived for some time, following his migration from Italy, is to the effect that he married a cousin in that city in February, 1918. He deserted the girl in August of that year, and she has since been forced to care for herself. Inasmuch as she did not know of his whereabouts, she was about to sue for a divorce.