The Orleans County Pioneer Association
33rd Annual Meeting
1891

THE ORLEANS AMERICAN - THURSDAY, June 25, 1891 - Page 3
ORLEANS PIONEERS
Their Thirty-Third Annual Meeting
Roll of Honor, Necrological Record, Etc.

The Thirty-Third Annual Meeting of the Orleans County Pioneer Association was held at the Courthouse in this village last Saturday morning and afternoon and was largely attended.

The morning meeting was opened by the venerable president of the society, Colonel N.E. DARROW, of Clarendon, who has served in that capacity several years. After singing, reading of the Scriptures and prayer by Rev. T. CARDUS, the treasurer's report was read, showing a balance in the treasury of about fifteen dollars. Secretary (Henry J.) TANNER read the roll of honor and the necrological record for the past year. The roll of honor, containing the names of persons in the county eighty years of age or over, was prepared by the secretary from reports sent him from the various towns of the county, and proved very interesting.

[THE AMERICAN HAS TAKEN THE LIBERTY OF ADDING TO THIS LIST IN SEVERAL INSTANCES WHERE IT WAS LACKING, IN AN ENDEAVOR TO MAKE IT AS COMPLETE AS POSSIBLE. IF ANY NAMES HAVE BEEN OMITTED, AND NO DOUBT THERE ARE SEVERAL, WE WOULD BE PLEASED TO RECEIVE THE SAME AND PUBLISH THEM IN A FUTURE ISSUE.]

The gold medal, worn during the day by the person who has lived in the county the longest continuous time, was presented to David DEMARA, of Shelby, who has resided in the county continuously since 1811. This makes the seventh time the metal had been worn by Mr. DEMARA, and to judge from his appearance, he will be liable to wear it for several years to come.

The election of officers resulted as follows:

President - N. E. DARROW, Clarendon.
Vice-President - Guy SHERWOOD, Shelby.
Secretary - Henry J. TANNER, Ridgeway.
Asst. Secretary - John PARSONS, Ridgeway.
Treasurer - T. C. BAILEY, Albion.
Chaplain - Rev. Trenck MASON, Barre.

Town Vice-Presidents

Albion, John BIDELMAN;
Barre, R. M. TINKHAM;
Clarendon, W. E. HOWARD;
Carlton, Israel SHIPMAN;
Gaines, Almanzor HUTCHINSON;
Kendall, E. R. RICE;
Murray, Edwin BLISS;
Ridgeway, J. A. DEMARA;
Shelby, David DEMARA;
Yates, J. M. PALMER.

Marshal - A. J. POTTER, Clarendon.

Chief of Band - Israel SHIPMAN, Carlton.

Chorister - Jay PARMALEE, Albion.

At one o'clock the pioneers formed in line, and headed by the time-honored martial band of Israel SHIPMAN, marched to the Orleans House, where Justice was to the bounteous dinner provided by Landlord BURNS. Dinner over, the line was again formed, and to the inspiring music of the drum and fife the company returned to the Court House to finish the exercises of the day. The house was filled to overflowing.

J. H. YATES, of BATAVIA, secretary of the Genesee County Pioneer Association, read a pretty poem on pioneer life, written by himself, entitled, "Going West to Die."

The principal address in the afternoon was that of Hon. J. G. SAWYER, who related many incidents of interest in regard to the early settlers of Orleans county. He spoke of the immense forest the early comers were compelled to cut away before much planting could be done; of the inaccessible swamps, the distance from neighbors, and the remoteness of markets, and of the hardships endured by those who reared themselves a home in the then vast wilderness, which has now been transformed into one of the best counties in the state.

One amusing incident related by the judge was that of Elder KNOWLES, after whom Knowlesville was named. Upon returning from his wedding trip, the elder brought with him six split bottom chairs, at that time a luxury totally unknown in these parts. These chairs aroused the envy of the neighborhood to such an extent that a coldness at once sprang up between the elder and many of his old friends. The judge's remarks were well received and he was given a hardy round of applause at the close. A. G. GAGE, the Batavia poet, being called upon, remarked that he knew nothing of pioneer life - he was too young, he said, only a little over seventy - but he succeeded in reciting an admirable poem on pioneer life, of his own composition.

Israel SHIPMAN created a good deal of merriment by relating how his father, Job SHIPMAN, killed one hundred and ten rattlesnakes in one day about seventy years ago, and the various uses to which the bodies of the snakes were put. Indeed it would seem that at that time a rattlesnake den was about the only drug store to be found - the oil being used for nearly every known disease, the heart for curing consumption, and the rattles steeped in milk, for curing fits. Mr. SHIPMAN's snakey remarks were corroborated by a Mr. MILES, who said he had often heard his father, Anthony MILES (who died about six years ago, aged ninety-nine years), tell of helping Job SHIPMAN kill and count those snakes.

Hon. A. P. BUTTS, of Brockport, in a few brief remarks thanked the society for electing him an honorary member, and spoke of the pleasure it gave him to be present.

It was decided that the annual picnic of the society would be held at Lakeside this year, and a vote of thanks was given to the speakers, singers and all others who had assisted in the exercises.

ROLL OF HONOR
ALBION

COATS, Erastus, 85 last November; came to Albion in 1837.
COATS, Mary H., 86 last September; came to Albion in 1831.
               They have been residents here since the dates given.
KENYON, Mrs. Maria, born in Tompkins county in 1811; married Welcome KING in 1833, he dying within a year;
               came to Barre in 1835, and learned the tailors' trade, going out to work by the day for three years; in 1838
               married Elijah KENYON, of Gaines; moved to Albion in 1840, and lived near the academy, continuing work at
               her trade, also boarding students, until 1878, when her husband died.
REDFIELD, E. G., 81, came to Albion in 1832, lived here ever since.
WEBSTER, Susan C., 81, came to Albion in 1858, and has since resided here.
PINNEY, Mrs. Nancy PINNEY, 88, born in Vermont in 1803; married Martin PINNEY in Waterville, in 1825, came to
               Albion in 1833, and has lived here ever since; quite smart, walks to church,
               and can see to read without glasses.
OLMSTED, David, 88, born in Saratoga county in 1803; learned tailors' trade it Troy; worked in Troy, Albany,
               and New York previous to coming to Orleans county, which he was induced to do on account of the
               abundance of fruit; quite an athlete in his younger days, breaking his opponents leg in his last
               wrestling match, afterwards never accepted a challenge; in a three-county contest, he jumped six feet and two
               inches high, without a pole;been a resident of county about fifty years.
HODGMAN, Mrs. Eliza, 86 last March, been a resident of Albion since 1845; her husband, William HODGMAN,
               kept hotel in building near where the Rochester Cash Store is now located, in 1844.
CHILD, Mrs. Catherine, 80, born in Hopewell, Ontario county, in 1811; married to Salmon CHILD in 1845;
               removed to Virginia, where she remained until the breaking out of the war; resided in Albion with her
               sister, Mrs. Eliza HODGMAN, since 1870.
BRINK, Henry, 87, born in Tompkins county, in 1804; came to Albion in 1836, residing here ever since.
GORDIMER, Richard, (colored), 97, came to this county with L. A. G. B. GRANT in 1823; was cook on first boat
               passing over the Erie canal; been a member of the Pioneer Association for many years.
HUBBARD, Mrs. Lydia, 84; came to Albion in 1826; married to John HUBBARD in 1828.
FOSTER, Thomas S., 84.
BARLOW, W. V. N., 81.
KING, H. A., 83.
SEARS, Henry, 81.
COCHRANE, Mrs. William, 82.
BAILEY, Jeremiah, 88.
BAILEY, Mrs. Laura, 86.
WOOD, J. I. S., 88.
WOOD, Mrs. Amelia, 88.
HILLS, Rensselaer, 88; came to Orleans county in 1844, and has always lived in Albion;
               reads without glasses and always shaves himself.
HAKES, Peres, 85.
GOFF, Hiram S., 88.
BRADLEY, Mrs. Ann, 82.
ARMSTRONG, L. B., 84.
WELCH, Daniel, 98.
WELCH, Mrs. Mary, 82.
WRIGHT, Solomon G., 84.
McCRAKEN David, 87.

BARRE

Miles NORTHROP, 86, very feeble.
Angel PAINE, 88, quite feeble; came to Barre in 1817.
Nicholas SAGER, 83.
Alfred RAYMOND, 86.
Alvah MATTISON, 91, feeble.
William VESEY, 90.
Hiram BOOTS, 84.
E. B. JOINER, 85.
Polly JOINER, 80.
Alvah B. HOWLAND, 83.
Almeron TRIPP, 80.
Abram JOHNSON, 80.
Mrs. A. JOHNSON, 80.
B. T. MULL, 80.
Ira HILL, 80.
Christopher CRANDALL, 81.
Michael HARRINGTON, 81.
Mrs. M. HARRINGTON, 84.
Mrs. Thomas PYCOCK, 80.
Rev. Trenck MASON, 88, came to this county in 1819.
Emily SANDERSON, 81, came to this county in 1816.
Eveline HIBBARD, 80, came to this county in 1826.
Mrs. Amos GRINNELL, born in Saratoga county in 1807; married and came to this county in 1827;
               always lived on same farm.
Minerva Knapp STILL, born in Connecticut in 1805, came to this county in1826, and has lived on the
               same farm for 65 years.
Alfred STEVENSON, 86.
Mrs. Alfred STEVENSON, 80.
Mrs. Dexter SANDERSON, 80.
Stephen KIMPTON, 80.
S. A. STANDISH, 80.

CARLTON

BARRY, Andrew, over 80, early settler of town.
BIDWELL, Mrs. Anna G., 83 last August, celebration her birthday by attending the pioneer picnic at Lakeside.
BLOOD, Mrs. Gracilla, over 80, early settler of town.
CLARK, Jerry, over 80, early settler of town.
ECELESTON, Mrs. Theodosis, over 80, early settler of town.
GILMORE, Mrs. Delinda, 88, came to Carlton from Parma, Monroe county, with her husband and family in 1847;
               has pieced several bed quilts since passing her eighty-fourth birthday; resides with her son
               on a farm purchased in 1847.
GRAY, Everett, 82; came to Carlton in 1822, and has since resided there.
GRAY, Mrs. Hannah, 89, came to Carlton in 1823 with her first husband, Noah TURREL; lived in the town ever since.
MILES, H. O., over 80, early settler of town.
MYERS, Peter, 86, lived in county 14 years.
SHIPMAN, Israel, born in 1804 on the farm where he has ever since lived.
STOWELL, F. E., over 80, early settler of town.
THOMPSON, James, over 80, early settler of town.

CLARENDON

ACTON, J., 82.
ALBERTS, Peter, 82.
ANDREWS, Elam, 89.
BOOTS, Joseph, 81.
BUTCHER, Thomas, 82.
CHURCH, John, 83.
CHURCH, Mrs. Louisa, 85.
COOK, Mrs. Betsey, 88.
DARROW, N. E., 83.
FINCHER, Mrs. Electa, 84.
GLIDDEN, Asa, 83.
GLIDDEN, Mrs. Betsey, 83.
HAMMOND, L. O., 85.
HINES, Mrs. Ann, 80.
HOUSEL, W. S., 82.
JOSLYN, Hiram, 83.
MATSON, David, 80.
MAY, Elisha, 83.
MILLIKIN, M. D., 87.
NORTHWAY, Stephen, 91.
PALMER, Mrs. Delia, 81.
PHILLIPS, Mrs., 88.
PUGH, John, 82.
SALISBURY, Mrs Amanda, 83.
STEVENS, Merrick, 87.
STICKNEY, Mrs. William, 91.
VOORHIS, Mr., 81.
WADSWORTH, Harmon, 81

GAINES

ANDERSON, Nahum, 83; born in Ira, Rutland county, Vermont, 8 April 1808; came to Gaines in 1816.
GROW, Jasper M., 83.
HUTCHINSON, Almanzor, 81; lived on same farm over 75 years.
MAXWELL, Mrs. Harriet, 83, came from Vermont with her father, William STANDISH, to the town of Gaines in 1816.
               Her sister, Nancy MASON, now residing in Carlton, came to Gaines at the same time; there was then
               but one house in Albion, it being known as the BUMPUS house.

KENDALL

SPICER, Orman, 87, lived in town (Kendall) 69 years. His wife Charlotte, was born in Washington county in 1810,
               and came to Gaines in 1831; (she has) been a resident of Kendall since 1840.

MURRAY

ALDRESON, William, 80.
BUELL, Joseph H., 84.
DAVIS, John, 84.
DOWNS, Mrs. Jane, 85.
GLIDDEN, William S., 80.
HEBNER, Conrad, 83, and his wife Margaret, 89, have been married nearly 65 years.
HENDRICK, Mrs., 86.
HOLLOWAY, Mrs. Abbie, 86.
HULBERT, Mrs. J. H. S., 87, came to what is now the village of Hulberton in 1826; is one of the oldest pioneers of
               the town (Murray), and is now the only one living of those who came to this place at an early day.
KNIGHT, William, 85, and his wife Polly, 85, have been married over 65 years.
LILKENDIE, Amanda, 82.
MORGAN, Mrs. Dolly, 90.
PRATT, Charles, 85.
ROSENBROOK, Alvah, 84.
RUSSELL, Freeman, 83
WASHBURN, Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, 85, came to this county with her husband in 1856, and has resided in Murray ever since.
WESTCOTT, John, 81.
WIGGINS, Mrs. Celia, 85.

RIDGEWAY

AXTELL, Alden, 84; was born in Berkshire county, Massachusetts; came to the state in 1834.
BALCH, Daniel, 87?, born in Massachusetts in 1804, married to Polly COMSTOCK in Onondaga county in 1811;
               they came to this county in 1832; have lived on the same farm for 50 years, and in January last celebrated
               the 60th anniversary of their marriage.
BARRETT, Mrs. Luther, 84, came to this county in 1835 with her husband, and has lived on same farm 56 years.
BELDING, Dr. A. V., 84, came to this county in 1824; of forty physicians practicing in this county when he located at Millville,
               in 1837, he is the only one living.
BOWLEY, S. G. S., 92.
BRINSMADE, Samuel, 80, health failing.
CASWELL, Mrs. Adaline, 82, came to the town (Ridgeway) in 1839; her father, Joseph TUTTLE, was a prominent man in
               Ridgeway forty or fifty years ago. (1840's -1850's)
CHASE, Mrs. Amanda, 86, came to the county at a early day.
CLARK, Mrs. Nancy, 92, came to Medina in 1825.
CLAPP, George, 81.
FARNHAM, Chandler, 90.
FERGUSON, John, 80, came to this county in 1834; a shoemaker and still keeping steadily at work.
GILLETTE, Perley, 85.
GRUMMON, S.T., 85.
HICKS, Clara, 86, has lived in the town (Ridgeway) 66 years; a sister of William C. and Josiah TANNER,
               early settlers of the town (Ridgeway).
JACKSON, Benjamin, 86.
JACKSON, James, 93, has lived in the town (Ridgeway) since 1823.
KENNAN, John M., 88, father of George KENNAN, the traveler and writer, has lived in the county but a short time.
LUM, Isaac, 84.
McKEON, Mrs. Lucy Ann, 92, quite feeble.
PARSONS, John, 83, came to this county in 1832, and still works at his trade; has served the Pioneer Association
               as assistant secretary for 29 years.
RYAN, John, 92, an early settler; to his business ability, energy and public spirit, more than to any other man,
               is the early prosperity of Medina due.
SHAW, Mrs. Dr., 82, has been a resident of the county nearly sixty years.

SHELBY

BEST, Mrs. Catherine, 82.
BEST, Philip, 89 a resident of the town (Shelby) for 62 years.
BURNS, Mathew, 90.
GREGORY, Ralph, 91?, born in Vermont in 1800, and came with his father and brothers to this town (Shelby) in 1816
               (the town then being Ridgeway, Genesee county); in poor health.
HARRINGTON, Patrick, 91 - David DEMARA, has lived in the county since 1811.
POST, Morton A., 86.
SMITH, Mrs. Christopher, 84, came to Shelby in1845.
SMITH, Nicholas, 82, has been a resident of the town (Shelby) since he was ten years old.
SNYDER, George, 84, has lived in the town (Shelby) 50 years.
STONE, Mrs. Lucinda, 85, has lived in the town (Shelby) since 1841.
WARNER, Joseph D., 89.
WARNER, Mrs. Lodema, 89.

YATES

BARNUM, Mrs. Able S., 93, oldest person in the town (Yates); she was a known cousin to Horace GREELEY,
               her maiden name being Lucy GREELEY.
BARRY, Benjamin B. and Nathaniel, twins, 82.
CHURCH, Isaac, 81.
CLARK, Mrs. Priscilla, 93.
EDWARDS, Mrs. Phoebe, 84.
GAMBELL, Mrs. Hannah, 81.
GILBERT, Thomas will be 91 - July 6th (1891).
HARD, Merritt, 80.
HURD, Virgil, 84.
PHELPS, Mrs. L.M., 85, came to the town (Yates) in 1843.
PLATTEN, John, 83.
SMITH, Mrs. Marcia, 82.
STEIN, Mrs. Margaret, 80.
ST. JOHN, Edwin, 86, came with his father, Luther ST. JOHN, from Onondaga county in the spring of 1817,
               and now occupies the farm then purchased from the Holland Land Company; was a member of the
               pioneer choir under the leadership of David HUNT.
STOCKWELL, Mrs. Maria, 83.
THOMAS, Mrs. Maria, 85.
TUTTLE, Jesse, 82.
WELD, Mrs. Laura, 89.

NECROLOGICAL RECORD

VILLAGE OF ALBION

Name Age Date of Death
ABEEL, Howard 71 15 Aug 1890
BESSAAC, Caroline G. 74 7 Jul 1890
BLISS, Clement C. 72 22 Jul 1890
CAIN, Rev. George F. 59 21 Sep 1890
CORNELL, Joseph M. 71 4 Jul 1890
DOWNEY, Elizabeth 57 6 Nov 1890
DOWNS, Lucy 80 14 Nov 1890
HOUGHTALING, Mary E. 67 22 Aug 1890
HUBBARD, Amelia 69 13 Nov 1890
KIMBALL, Jarvis 86 13 Jul 1890
LOWERY, James R. 72 1 Dec 1890
MAHANY, Mary 67 5 Aug 1890
PALMER, Charles F. 58 9 Nov 1890
SHELDON, Jeanette P. 78 18 Oct 1890
SUTTER, Anna Eliza 68 15 Nov 1890
WALKER, Margaret 70 7 Oct 1890
WILBUR, Mary L. 83 9 Sep 1890
WINTERS, Mary 50 28 Jun 1890
   
BABBITT, Betsey 69 5 Feb 1891
BAILEY, Fannie B. 68 29 May 1891
CREAN, Jeremiah 67 24 May 1891
ENGLISH, Malenda W. 75 11 Jun 1891
GOODMAN, A. H. 72 17 Feb 1891
GRACE, John 57 24 Feb 1891
HALE, Julia H. 66 20 Apr 1891
HANINGTON, William J. Sr. 74 30 Mar 1891
HURD, Hathaway 87 27 Jan 1891
LAKE, Chauncey G. 76 2 Jan 1891
LYMAN, Mary A. 77 7 Mar 1891
NOBLE, Mrs. P. C. 74 20 Mar 1891
POTTER, Sarah 62 8 May 1891
REED, Reuben R. 78 29 Jan 1891
ROYCE, Mrs. H. A. W. 64 21 Apr 1891
SMITH, Zardius T. 60 25 Apr 1891
SPAFFORD, Julius G. 85 13 Jun 1891
SQUIRE, Edwin P. 56 21Apr 1891
VOGAN, Catharine 63 17 Mar 1891
WEST, Mary Noble 57 13 Jun 1891

TOWN OF ALBION

Name Age Date of Death
BELDEN, Lucy 78 2 Aug 1890
BRENNAN, Thomas 68 26 Dec 1890
BULLARD, John W. 60 9 Dec 1890
DURRANT, John 80 31 Jul 1890
HOEFFNER, Philip 75 6 Aug 1890
POLAND, Robert 79 20 Aug 1890
   
PROCTOR, Emily H. 89 29 Apr 1891
SHAW, David W. 81 19 Apr 1891
SULLIVAN, Jeremiah 87 2 Mar 1891
WESTCOTT, Harvey A. 70 23 Mar 1891
WILSON, Eliza 70 25 Jan 1891

TOWN OF BARRE

Name Age Date of Death
BASS, James 69 28 Jun1890
FERRIS, Jeannette 55 5 Sep 1890
KING, John E. 69 13 Oct 1890
MATTISON, Rachel M. 83 30 Jun 1890
MURRAY, Jeannette 57 25 Nov 1890
NORTHRUP, Eliza 86 27 Sep 1890
ORTON, Rhoda 84 26 Dec 1890
WRIGHT, Morris 58 5 Dec 1890

TOWN OF CARLTON

Name Age Date of Death
CRADDOCK, Bridget 67 4 Nov 1890
CLARK, Mrs. Priscilla 78 28 Sep 1890
CLEMENT, Maria L. 72 28 Sep 1890
HADSTEAD, John 78 9 Nov 1890
NORTON, Mrs. Amelia 72 19 Jul 1890
SARGENT, Parker 87 24 Dec 1890
ODELL, George F. 51 26 Jul 1890
ROWLEY, John L. 53 19 Oct 1890
Van VOORHIS, Jane M. 84 1 Dec 1890
WOOD, Orson 90 22 Jun 1890
   
BROWN, Mrs. Rhoda D. 51 6 Feb 1891
CLARK, Hiram 57 11 Apr 1891
ECKLER, Julia W. 79 14 Feb 1891
FERRIS, Mrs. Ellen 73 2 Mar 1891
FULLER, Reuben 91 13 May 1891
JOHNSON, Mrs. Sarah 77 1 Jun 1891
MILLER, Levi 81 3 Mar 1891

TOWN OF CLARENDON

Name Age Date of Death
BENTON, Elvira 53 26 Sep 1890
CARMEN, James 79 26 Dec 1890
HASKINS, James 67 5 Jul 1890
LEIGHTON, Mrs. Huldad 93 16 Jan 1890
NELSON, John 70 29 Dec 1890
STORMS, Mrs. Phebe 57 3 Jul 1890
TAYLOR, Mrs. Mary 80 13 Jan 1890
WARREN, Eliza 73 22 Oct 1890
   
APKER, Fred 79 16 Mar 1891

TOWN OF GAINES

Name Age Date of Death
ANDREWS, Julia 53 19 Sep 1890
CLARK, Jeanette B. 69 25 Sep 1890
CRAWFORD, Roswell 80 20 Sep 1890
DICKEY, Lucy A. 68 18 Nov 1890
FRISBIE, L. D. 82 31 Nov 1890
MERRIMAN, E.C. 73 30 Aug 1890
STACY, Theodosia 86 29 Aug 1890
STARKWEATHER, Abram 81 25 Sep 1890
TILDEN, Rhoda Ann 62 27 Dec 1890
WASHBURN, Malaney 79 15 Oct 1890
WELLS, Cordelia 79 22 Nov 1890
WELTOU, Narcissa White 60 25 Jul 1890
   
BROWN, Johnson 84 4 Apr 1891
BUCKLAND, Curtis P. 86 24 Jan 1891
BULLARD, Lucy L. 54 31 Mar 1891
CRANDALL, Hannah 82 13 Apr 1891
DENSMORE, Dennis 67 1 Feb 1891
LEWIS, Orton 76 19 Apr 1891
LOVEWELL, Samuel 84 16 Mar 1891
STANDISH, Norman 68 20 Mar 1891
STARKWEATHER, Alphonoso 60 7 Apr 1891
THOMPSON, Delphi S. 56 25 Jan 1891
WARD, Celia Ann 61 11 Apr 1891

TOWN OF KENDALL

Name Age Date of Death
FOUNTAINE, Mrs. Sarah Ann 85 7 Nov 1890
ROOT, Mrs. Lydia 81 21 Jun 1890
   
BARROWS, Mrs. Mary 64 2 May 1891
EGELSTON, Mrs. Eunice 81 16 Mar 1891
HIGH, Mrs. Hannah 69 15 Jan 1891
JENNINGS, Mrs. Philinda 71 2 Feb 1891
JEWETT, Daniel R. 64 11 Mar 1891
MANLY, Hartwell 73 8 Mar 1891
WEED, Mrs. Hannah 97 27 Feb 1891

TOWN OF MURRAY

Name Age Date of Death
BECKLEY, Harriet 82 Not Given
BENNETT, Elizabeth H. 57   "      "
COATES, Jane 69   "      "
COPP, James 81   "      "
COX, Martin 65   "      "
FASSETT, Mary 50   "      "
HATCH, David N. 70   "      "
JACKSON, William 91   "      "
JAMISON, Emeline 70   "      "
KING, Lydia Stewart 90   "      "
LANAHAN, Michael 86   "      "
McMICHAEL, John 81   "      "
OWENS, Mary M. Root 69   "      "
POWERS, Franklin 50   "      "
PRESTON, Alfred 74   "      "
PULIS, Elizabeth Ann 70   "      "
RHOADES, Nathaniel P., Sr. 90   "      "
RODGERS, Alice 53   "      "
SCOTT, Anna E. Barrett 72   "      "
STROGAN, Susan 62   "      "
TOOLEY, Margaret 62   "      "
WEBSTER, Daniel D. 69   "      "
WENTWORTH, Chauncy 70   "      "
WESCOTT, Mary 80   "      "

TOWN OF RIDGEWAY

Name Age Date of Death
BAYNE, Jonas 79 30 Dec 1890
BENT, William 83 12 Sep 1890
GILBERT, Byron A. 55 27 Nov 1890
GILLETTE, Mrs. J. T. 73 10 Jul 1890
GOTTS, Ann 76 11 Dec 1890
HIBBARD, Mary 61 2 Nov 1890
KEELER, Ozias 65 26 Nov 1890
LAKE, Christopher 68 29 Jun 1890
LATHROP, Mrs. Jane 70 27 Nov 1890
MILLIS, Richard 62 29 Sep 1890
POTTER, E. J. 56 23 Sep 1890
SCOTT, Dennis 63 30 Dec 1890
WALL, Mary 60 26 Aug 1890
   
ALCORN, Mrs. John 77 23 Mar 1891
ALCORN, Mrs. William 81 11 Apr 1891
AXTELL, Phoebe 77 4 Apr 1891
CLARK, Elizabeth M. 99 28 Jan 1891
COLE, Carrie E. 56 25 Apr 1891
DOWNS, Sophronia 83 8 Apr 1891
ENSIGN, Chancellor 91 10 Apr 1891
FULLER, Hester 75 14 Jun 1891
HARMON, Elizabeth 60 20 Feb 1891
HUNT, Clarissa 77 23 Apr 1891
LEVEY, Joseph 71 30 Mar 1891
LEWIS, Elijah 56 Jun 1891
LOZIER, William 67 5 May 1891
MEARS, Maria 65 6 Apr 1891
RANDALL, David 61 10 May 1891
RANDALL, Polly L. 80 28 Jan 1891
RYAN, Mrs. John 81 18 Apr 1891
SERVOSS, Mrs. Jane 87 2 Jan 1891
SOPER, Lewis 85 11 Mar 1891

TOWN OF SHELBY

Name Age Date of Death
BELSON, Mary A. 65 Not Given
BERRY, John G. 59   "      "
CHAMBERLAIN, Lucius 82   "      "
COLBURN, Zenas 91   "      "
DUNLAP, Augustus 73   "      "
EDWARDS, Edward S. 55   "      "
ENGLAND, Elizabeth 86   "      "
HUTON, Archibald 67   "      "
KIRKHAM, Eliza 89   "      "
LOUCKS, Cornelins 74   "      "
LUDWIG, Erastus 59   "      "
PARSONS, Jonathan 78   "      "
POLER ?, S. A. 64   "      "
POPE, Christian 80   "      "
RUST, James 70   "      "
SHERWOOD, Homer 76   "      "
WARREN, Polly 92   "      "
WHITNEY, Samuel 83   "      "
WOLFE 69   "      "

TOWN OF YATES

Name Age Date of Death
ALLEN, Miss Martha 52 Not Given
COE, Tunis H. 72   "      "
CROSBY, John 57   "      "
HOUSEMAN, Daniel 88   "      "
JOHNSON, James 71   "      "
MUNSON, Mrs. Elizabeth 66   "      "
PETRIE, Mrs. Kate B. 71   "      "
PULLMAN, Mrs. Hannah 70   "      "
RICE, Mrs. Kate A. 50   "      "
SPAULDING, Avery 94   "      "
SPAULDING, Mrs. Charity 93   "      "
SPAULDING, Henry 82   "      "
SPAULDING, Mrs. Orange 82   "      "
ST. JOHN, Ira ---   "      "
STOKES, Elizabeth 76   "      "
STROVAN, Alexander 75   "      "
TAYLOR, Mrs. Nancy 82   "      "
TOLKILL ?, Mrs. Catherine 57   "      "
TOMS, Harmon 66   "      "
TOMS, Mrs. Margaret 64   "      "
VISGAR, John S. 79   "      "
WILSON, George A. 65   "      "
WRIGHT, William 65   "      "

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Submitted by: Richard Callard Feb 6, 2002