Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sat July 20, 1946
TUMBLE KILLS GLENN M'NINCH,
Conesus Resident Dies on Way to
Conesus - Glen Coe McNINCH, 64 of
Conesus, former Livingston County district superintendent of schools, died
en route to a Rochester Hospital yesterday (July 19, 1946) of head
injuries received on Wednesday when he fell from a load of hay as the team
of horses bolted at his farm here.
McNINCH at first was attended by Dr. Foster HAMILTON of Hemlock and then
was brought to the hospital yesterday when his condition became grave.
Coroner David ATWATER of Monroe County issued a certificate of accidental
McNINCH was a member of Livonia Lodge of Masons for 48 years of which he
was a past master, and a member of Conesus County Church and
secretary-treasurer of the Hemlock Fair Association.
leaves his widow, Edith WEBSTER McNINCH; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret WALKLEY
of Richburg; a son, Melvin at home, and three grandchildren.
will be conducted in the home Monday at 3 p.m. with burial in Arnold
MRS. SUSIE E. LONGCOY
Lodi - Mrs. Susie ESSOM LONGCOY,
a widow of Burr LONGCOY, died in East Rochester yesterday (July 19, 1946)
after several months of failing health. She was born in Lodi and had lived
all of her life in the vicinity but had been visiting relatives for
several weeks in East Rochester. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. John CAREY
of Romulus, Mrs. Robert HOUSE of Geneva; a son Howard LONGCOY of
East Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Carl HIGBY and Mrs. Maude BOOR__ of East
Rochester; two brothers, William ESSOM of East Rochester and Edwin ESSOM
of Waterloo; several nieces and nephews.
Naples - William WEST, 71, died
in the summer home of his daughter in Buffalo Thursday (July 18, 1946)
after a long illness. He was born in the Town of Naples July 7, 1875, and
was in the hotel business as proprietor of a Conesus Hotel for many years
and later managed the Naples Hotel and Restaurant for many years.
WILLIAM P. NORSEN
Newark - William Peter NORSEN,
56, a village employe here the past two years, died unexpectedly Thursday
night (July 18, 1946) at his home, 221 Seigrist St.
born May 26, 1890, at Phelps, the son of Peter and Martha DeWELD_R NORSEN.
He had been employed in the village parks department since Apr. 1,
ERNEST W. BRIGNALL
Clyde - Ernest W. BRIGNALL,
69, a resident of 100 Galen St., Clyde, died late Thursday evening (July
18, 1946) following a short illness.
born in Junius, the son of Charles and Elizabeth BRIGNALL, and had lived
in Clyde for more than _ years.
CLAYTON C. GARDNER
Warsaw - Clayton C. GARDNER, a
resident of Olean, died in the Batavia U. S. Veterans Hospital Thursday
(July 18, 1946).
LeRoy - Raymond J. PREISACH of 74
North St. has received word of the death of his brother, George PREISACH,
57, in Beaumont, Tex., on Thursday (July 18, 1946). He had been in ill
health for some time.
MRS. JOSEPH ZUPPARO
Mt. Morris - Mrs. Frances ZUPPARO,
the wife of Joseph ZUPPARO, died Thursday (July 18, 1946) in Dansville
Hospital. She was born in Italy and came to the United States when a young
woman, having been a resident of Mt. Morris for many years. Besides her
husband, she leaves two sons, Ignatius and Benjamin, both of Mt. Morris;
one daughter, Mrs. Theresa MASTERONI of Rochester, and one brother,
Salvatore NASCA of Mt. Morris.
MISS GERTIE ENGEL
Wayland - Miss Gertie ENGEL died
in St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, yesterday (July 19, 1946) after a short illness.
A resident of Wayland, she leaves five sisters and two brothers, Mrs.
Katharine SCHICK_ER, Mrs. Anna McCABE, Miss Helen ENGEL and Joseph ENGEL,
all of Rochester, and Mrs. Elizabeth YOCHU_ and George and Hattie ENGEL of
MRS. CHARLES A. CALL
Batavia - Mrs. Bertha HOTCHKISS
CALL, _ wife of Charles A. CALL, Lewiston Road, died yesterday (July
19, 1946) in a Niagara Falls hospital after a week's illness. She was a
native of Arcade.
MRS. EMMA D. DURKEE
Clifton Springs - Emma DALTON
DURKEE, 58, widow of George A. DURKEE, died yesterday (July 19, 1946) in
Clifton Springs Sanatarium after a short illness.
survived by one stepson, George W. DURKEE of New Hartford; one
stepdaughter, Mrs. George SHERMAN of Clifton Springs, and several cousins.
DEATH TAKES WAR VETERAN
(bad photo of Leo Monacelli)
Albion - A World War I veteran
and an Albion business man for more than 27 years, Leo MONACELLI, 53, died
in Sunmount Veterans Hospital at Tupper Lake yesterday morning (July 19,
1946) after a long illness.
served in an infantry company in the first World War and was a member
of Sheret Post, American Legion. He had been in several veterans'
hospitals in the past several years. Having been at Batavia, Bath and
after he returned from the first World War he and a brother, Guido
MONACELLI, formed the MONACELLI Bros. partnership and purchased a
neighborhood grocery store at Clarendon and East State Streets from Peter
MONACELLI, and have been proprietors of that meat and grocery store for
the past 27 years. He had lived in Albion for 35 years and he had
worked in and later served as a partner in a local stone quarry concern.
He was a
member of St. Joseph's Church of Albion and services will be held in that
church, with burial to follow in St. Joseph's Cemetery, but arrangements
had not been completed last night. His body will arrive in Albion this
morning. He was a member of the Albion Branch of the Foresters of America
and of the local chapter of the Loyal Wing Club, as well as the Paving
Cutters Union and Sheret Post, American Legion.
Foresters of America will have a lodge service, probably Sunday evening,
and the local American Legion Post will provide military honors with a
firing squad at the cemetery.
leaves his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth DiLAURA MONACELLI; three daughters, the
Misses Corinne, Geraldine and Jean Marie(?) MONACELLI and two sons,
Raymond and Joseph, the latter a World War II veteran who was held
prisoner by the Germans for six months, all of Albion; also five sisters,
Mrs. Flora PAPPONETTI of Italy, Mrs. NENNI of Fancher, and Mrs. James
SPADA, Mrs. John ROS(i)TO, and Mrs. Rudolph NENNI, all of Albion; and
three brothers, Guido MONACELLI, Frank MONACELLI, and Louis MONACELLI, all
of Albion, as well as a number of nieces and nephews.
AIKEN - Entered into rest, Friday morning, July 19, 1946, Eugene D. AIKEN
of 609 Driving Pk. Ave. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jessie B. AIKEN;
one son, Wesley AIKEN.
-Friends may call at Frear's Funeral Home, 1340 Lake Ave., where service
will be conducted Monday at 10:30 a.m. Interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery.
DI PAOLA - Angela DI PAOLA, of 35 Parkway, Friday. July 19. She is
survived by her father, Joseph DI PAOLA; two brothers, __ and
Charles; one sister, Rose __ DI PAOLA.
-Friends may call at _oncone's Funeral Home, 850 N. Plymouth Ave.
Funeral Tuesday, July 23, at 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. at St. Anthony's
Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
HAWKEN - Friday, July 19, 1946, George B. HAWKEN of 186 Champlain St. He
is survived by two brothers, Charles H. of this city and James M. HAWKEN
of California; two sisters, Mrs. Mamie SMEAD and Mrs. William VOEGELE;
also several nieces and nephews. He was an honorary life member of the
Knights of Columbus and a member of the 4th Degree Assembly.
-Friends may call at Hedges & Hoffman Funeral Home, 14 Scio St.,
near Main. Funeral services will take place Monday morning at 8:30 and 9
o'clock at the Church of Immaculate Conception. Interment in Holy
HERBST - Anna A. HERBST of 103 Rockview Ter., passed away Tuesday, July
16, 1946. She is survived by four sisters, Mrs. William OSBORNE, Mrs.
Thomas KEENAN, Miss Elizabeth HERBST and Mrs. Thomas DELEHANTY; one
brother, Harry HERBST; four nieces; four nephews.
-Service at the home Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. J. Blaine
FISTER will officiate. Interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery.
IRVING - Robert W., of 5_4 Edgemere Drive, entered into rest, July 19,
1946. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Homer A. WAITE; of Geneva, N. Y.;
three sons, William R., Frank W., of Rochester, N. Y., John E. of
Caledonia, N. Y.; one great-grandchild; several grandchildren.
-Services from the W. _. Lewis Funeral Home. 1305 Dewey Ave., Monday,
July 22, 1946, at 2 p.m. Interment in Brighton Cemetery.
KEOUGH - Anna M., of 1_0 Pembroke St., on Friday, July 19, 1946.
Surviving are one brother, Martin, of Redbank, N. J.; two sisters,
Elizabeth F. and Agnes G. GEOUGH; four nephews and one niece. She was a
member of Catholic Woman's Club and Rosary Society.
-Funeral from Murphy Undertakers, 691 Monroe Ave., on Monday at 9:30
a.m. and 10 o'clock at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament. Interment,
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
LINTZ - Edward J. LINTZ of this city, Friday, July 19, 1946. He is
survived by one son, the Rev. Edward J. LINTZ, Ph. D. of Nazareth
College; three brothers, Charles P., Frederick H., Albert P. LINTZ. He
was a member of the Holy Name Society of Holy Family Church.
-Mr. LINTZ is resting at Haubner & Stallknecht Funeral Home, 828 Jay
St. Funeral Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock and 10:00 o'clock at Holy
Family Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
McWILLIAMS - On Friday, July 19, 1946, at his home, 127 Middlesex Rd.,
Charles Walter McWILLIAMS. Besides his wife, Nettie FORSYTH McWILLIAMS,
he is survived by four sons, Charles E., George, Walter J., and Howard
K. McWILLIAMS; six daughters, Mrs. Roy SHE__ of Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs.
F. G. I_ES, Mrs. Raymond HELFER, Mrs. James O'NEIL, Mrs. Owen G. MOONEY,
all of Rochester, and Mrs. T. H. McKENNA, Jr., of Bronxville, N. Y. Also
three sisters in Canada.
-Friends may call at the chapel of Ingmire & Nagle, Chestnut Street
at Court, where funeral service will be conducted Monday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. Burial in White Haven Memorial Park.
SPENCER - On Friday, July 19, 1946, Helen Irene SPENCER of 1_90 Park
-Funeral services will be conducted at a time and place to be
BOLAND - Gerald G. BOLAND, aged 21 months, of 236 Cypress St., at
Strong-Memorial Hospital, July 18, 1946. He is survived by his parents,
George and Marie BEAUMONT BOLAND; two brothers, George T., and William
-Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at 230
Cypress Street. Rev. David E. HAGLUND officiating. Interment at Mt. Hope
BUFF - On Thursday, July 18, 1946, William A. BUFF of 169 Gibbs St. He
is survived by one brother, George H. BUFF of Rochester. He was a member
of Rochester Lodge No. 660, F. & A. M.
-Friends may call at the Chapel of Ingmire and Nagle, Chestnut Street at
Court, where funeral service will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock, the Rev. Alfred BECK officiating. Burial, Mt. Hope Cemetery.
DESHON - Suddenly, on Thursday, July 18, 1946, Harold D. DESHON, of
153 Seneca Parkway. Besides his wife, Ruth KILBORN DESHON, he is
survived by four daughters, Mrs. Stuart MENZIE, the Misses Nancy,
Shirley, and Barbara DESHON, all of Rochester; two grandchildren, Peter
and Wendy MENZIE; also one brother, Richard DESHON of Boston, Mass. He
was a life member of Corinthian Temple Lodge No. 805, F&AM.
-Friends may call at the Chapel of Ingmire & Nagle, Chestnut St. at
Court, where funeral services will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Burial in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Boston papers please copy.
FLAHERTY - Entered into rest Thursday, July 18, 1946, at St. Mary's
Hospital, Lloyd P. FLAHERTY of 96 Burlington Ave. He is survived by his
wife, Anna E. FLAHERTY; one son, 1st Lt. Richard H. FLAHERTY, Medical
Corps, U. S. Army; one daughter, Mrs. John BARNES of Ann Arbor, Mich.;
two grandchildren, John and Mary Susan BARNES; one niece and one nephew.
He was member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and a veteran of
World War I.
-Funeral services Monday morning, July 22, at 8:30 o'clock from the home
and at 9 o'clock at St. Monica's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre
Cemetery. Arrangements by Davidson Bros.
GERVOYSE - Frank GERVOYSE, aged 78 years, Thursday, July 18, 1946, at
the home, 107 Evergreen St. He is survived by three brothers and a
sister in Belgium. Deceased was a member of Western N. Y. Outdoor
Bowling Club and Troost in Nood.
-Friends may call at Mattle's, 300 Cumberland Street, where services
will be held Monday morning at 9:30 and at 10 o'clock at Our Lady of
KLIPP - Thursday, July 18, 1946, John KLIPP of 264 Winbourne Rd. He
is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Richard E. GOSNELL; five sons, William
of California, Carl of Jordan, N. Y. Clarence of Buffalo, John and
Walter KLIPP of Rochester; two brothers, William and Charles; 10
grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
-Friends are invited to call at Hedges Memorial Chapel where services
will be held at a time to be announced. Interment in Mt.
LAWLER - James LAWLER, at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Albert ROHR, of Fairport, N. Y., July 18, 1946. Surviving are two
daughters, Mrs. Albert ROHR, Miss Benencia LAWLER; one son, Vincent, all
of Fairport; three grandchildren, one great-granddaughter.
-Friends may call at the home of his son, Vincent LAWLER, 54 East
Ave., Fairport, where service will be held Monday, 8:30 a.m., and 9
a.m. at the Church of the Assumption. Interment, St. Mary Cemetery.
Arrangements by Van Horn.
McKALLIP - Friday, July 19, 1946, Ray McKALLIP, of 12 Cosman Ter.,
Hilton, N. Y., formerly of 187 Winchester St., Rochester. Survived by
his wife, Gertrude McKALLIP; one brother, Roy; one niece, Helen; three
nephews, William, Robert and George.
-Friends may call at the Farrell Brothers Colonial Funeral Home, 51
Ridge Road W., (near Memorial Bridge). Funeral services Sunday evening
at 8 o'clock. Interment in Hanover, Pa.
ROUTLY - Entered into rest on Friday July 19, 1946, Walton ROUTLY, of 15
Pembroke St. He leaves four daughters, Viola ROUTLY, Mrs. George
HERRICK, Mrs. Gweryth RICK_ER, Mrs. Eugene STATT; four sons, Clayton E.,
Roy T., Reginald W., and Norman H. ROUTLY; two brothers, Nelson and
Norman ROUTLY of Peterborough, Ont., Can., and sixteen grandchildren.
-Friends may visit The Frick Home, 436 South Ave., at Comfort Street,
where a service will be held Monday at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Edward W.
STOKESBERRY officiating. Interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Peterborough,
Ont., Can., papers please copy.
STOTHARD - Entered into rest, Friday, July 19, 1946, Mrs. STOTHARD, of
Hilton, N. Y., aged 80 years. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Maude
TOWNSEND of Rochester, Mrs. Mary HA_MER of Hilton; one brother, Arthur
WESCOTT of Walker, N. Y.
-Friends may call at the Adams Funeral Home, 230 West Ave., Hilton, N.
Y., where services will be held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock.
Interment at Garland Cemetery. Rev. D. Vincent LlOYD, officiating.
SZCZEPANSKI - Entered into rest Friday, July 19, 1946, Francis
SZCZEPANSKI. Survived by his father, Joseph SZCZEPANSKI; five brothers,
Louis, Florian, Rev. L. J., of Elmira, Bernard and Paul; one sister,
Miss Agatha SZCZEPANSKI.
-Funeral services Monday from the residence, 814 Ave. D, at 9:30 o'clock
and 10 o'clock at St. Stanislaus Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre
WHALEY - Friday, July 19, 1946, Edward L. WHALEY, of 66 Cottage St. He
leaves his wife, Gertrude A. WHALEY.
-Friends are invited to call at Hedges Memorial Chapel, where funeral
services will be held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment Riverside
WILSON - Margaret Jane, entered into rest, Thursday July 18, 1946,
beloved wife of Joseph M. WILSON, loving mother of Dorothy ROGERS of
Hartford, Conn., and Marvin Merritt WILSON of Pittsford, N. Y. Also
survived by two sisters, Miss Elva PIERCE of Watertown, N. Y.; Mrs. Edna
MILLER of Oakland, Calif.; four brothers, William, Samuel, George of
Watertown, N. Y., and Robert of Canada.
-Mrs. WILSON rests at the Seamen Funeral Home, 291 Arnett Blvd.
Interment in White Haven Cemetery Monday. Funeral services Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. GATTEY officiating.
McNINCH - In this city, July 19, 1946, Glenn Coe McNINCH of
Conesus, N. Y. He is survived by his wife, Edith WEBSTER; one daughter,
Mrs. Margarita WALKLEY, Richburg, N. Y.; one son, Melvin, at home; also
-Funeral services from the family residence in Conesus, Monday afternoon
at 3 p.m. Interment in Arnold Cemetery. Arrangements by Brown.
PAINE - Entered into rest, at the General Hospital, July 17, 1946,
Hattie PAINE. She is survived by her father, Henry LANGDON; two
brothers, Herman and Claude LANGDON; two sisters, Mrs. Ethel HUNT and
Mrs. John SABLE.
-Funeral from the Trott Funeral Home, 683 Main St., Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery.
PIKE - Rose PIKE, of West Rush, at her home, July 18, 1946. She is
survived by five daughters, Mrs. Alonzo D. MYERS, Mrs. Samuel N. ZORNOW,
and Mrs. Edward F. WILLISON, of Rochester; Mrs. Albert C. GOTTCHALK,
West Rush; Mrs. Hubert KEULL, Syracuse; one son, Willard (Ted) PIKE;
three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth SACHS, Mrs. Joseph SCHENKEL, Mrs. Minnie
FOX; nineteen grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren.
-Funeral services from the N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 706 South
Avenue, Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock and 9 o'clock at Our Lady of
RATH - John Fred RATH of Chili Avenue, Chili, N. Y., entered into
rest, Wednesday evening, July 17, 1946. He is survived by his wife,
Wilhelmina BAUER RATH; three daughters, Mrs. Clifford WIDENER of
Churchville, Mrs. George Francis of Rochester, and Miss Ethel RATH of
Chili; three sons, Fred and Donald RATH of Rochester, and John RATH of
Chili; one sister, Mrs. William BAASE of Hamlin, N. Y.; four brothers,
Albert, George and Henry RATH of Hamlin, and Fred RATH of Carlton, N.
Y.; eight grandchildren.
-Funeral service will be held Saturday afternoon, July 20, at 2
o'clock, from his late home, and at the Lutheran Church of Our Saviour,
Chili Avenue, Rochester, at 2:30. Interment. Lake Side Cemetery,
Hamlin, N. Y.
REDFIELD - Sgt. Fred G. REDFIELD, aged 34 years, of 106 Seneca Road,
at Halloran General Hospital, Staten Island, July 16th, 1946. He is
survived by his wife, Helen BRAUN REDFIELD; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry H. REDFIELD; one sister, Mrs. Margaret BRAUN; his grandmother,
Mrs. Margaret REDFIELD; two nieces, one nephew, several aunts, uncles
and cousins. He was a member of Emmanuel Evangelical and Reformed
-Funeral services from the N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 706 South
Avenue, Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment in Mt. Hope
SARTINI - Entered into rest, Thursday, July 18, 1946, Zelimine SARTINI
of 796 Winton Rd. N. He is survived by his wife, Rose TRAVERSE, two
sons, Arthur L. and Robert J. SARTINI; one daughter, Mrs. Theobold
DORAN; one sister, Mrs. Lionidia JACOMEILL; one grandson.
-Funeral from Trott Funeral Home, 683 Main St. E., Monday morning at
8:45 and 9:15 at St. John's Church, Humboldt Street. Interment, Holy
STAINTON - Entered into rest at her home, 806 Arnett Blvd., Thursday,
July 18, 1946, Marie Eugenia STAINTON.
-Friends may call at the Mudge Funeral Home, 725 Park Ave. Funeral
services Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery.
TEALL - Harold W., age 58, at Claremor, Oklahoma, Wednesday, July 17,
1946. Surviving are his wife, Helen TEALL; a son, Willis TEALL of the
Armed Forces, a half-brother, W. D. HULSE of Rochester, three
grandchildren and three nephews.
-Services held at Claremor, Oklahoma. Burial service and interment at
Sodus, N. Y., at 4 p.m. Saturday, July 20.
TOOMEY - Entered into rest, Thursday, July 18, 1946, Kathryn C. TOOMEY
of 56 Wilcox St. She is survived by her cousin, Mrs. Mary FLACK of
Clifton Springs, N. Y. She was a member of the Rosary Society of the
Church of the Blessed Sacrament.
-Friends are invited to call at the D. Bernard O'Brien Funeral Home,
597 Thurston Road. Funeral Monday morning at 8:20 and at 9 o'clock
from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament. Interment, St. Patrick's
Cemetery, Geneva, N. Y. Geneva papers please copy.
WEIKART - Madeline WEIKART, aged 74 years, Wednesday, July 17, 1946,
at the home, 316 Clifford Ave. She is survived by her husband,
Frederick WEIKART; one sister in Germany; one nephew, Frederick
-Mrs. WEIKART is resting at Haubner & Stallknecht Funeral Home,
828 Jay St. Funeral Saturday afternoon at 1:45 o'clock.
WETZEL - Thursday, July 18, 1946, Mrs. Barbara R. WETZEL. She is
survived by her husband, John WETZEL; two sons, John J. and Joseph A.
WETZEL; one brother, Adam LONG; three grandchildren. She was a member
of the Alter Society of St. Francis Xavier Church.
-Funeral Monday morning from the residence, 56 Hempel St., at 8:45 and
at St. Francis Xavier Church at 9:15. Interment in Holy Sepulchre
WITHALL - Thursday, July 18, 1946, James J. WITHALL of 227 Birr St. He
is survived by his wife, Mrs. Emma WILLEY WITHALL; two sons, Capt.
Donald L. WILLEY and Attorney Addison H. WILLEY of Washington, D. C.,
and several nieces and nephews, Mrs. Alice B. GAPEN, Mrs. Jessie M.
-Friends are invited to call at Hedges Memorial Chapel. Funeral
services will be held at Christ Episcopal Church Saturday afternoon at
YEWER - At his home, 2125 Dewey Ave., July 17, 1946, Edward YEWER.
He is survived by his wife, Rebecca; son, Edward Henry; brother,
Walter YEWER of Wales; sister, Dorothy YEWER, Staines, England.
-Friends may call at Fiske and Handy Parlors, 105 Lake Ave. Calling
hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 9. Services Saturday morning at 11 o'clock.