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Obituaries from Various Sources

 

Mrs. Emily A. English
Mrs. Emily A. English, 83, died at her home, 716 North Cayuga Street yesterday morning. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning from the residence, and will be private. The Rev. John Richards will officiate. Interment will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery. Mrs. English was the widow of Hezekiah English of this city.  She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Florence Head of Ithaca.

The funeral of Mrs. Adelaide L. Genung,  68,  mother of Mrs. E.  M. Chamot of this city, who died yesterday afternoon at the Chamot home, 927 East State Street, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the home.  Dr. William Eljlott Grims willl officiate. Burial will be made in the Snyder Hill Cemetery.  Mrs. Genung leaves a daughter, Mrs. Chamot, wife of Professor E. M. Chamot of the university; a son, Dr. B. W. Genung of Nelson, Pa.; two stepsons. Dr. Homer Genung of Freeville and Claire Genung of Wllseyville: two sisters, Mrs. H. G. Warren of Philadelphia and Mrs. J. P. Roe of Milwaukee; three brothers,  J. J. VanOstrand of Rochester, Freeman and George VanOstrand of West Danby, and one half brother, Michael VanOstrand Of West Danby.

Benjamin Genung, aged 92 years, died at 5 o'clock this morning at the
home of his daughter. Mrs E. M. Chamot. 928 Rast State Street.  Besides
his wife he leaves three sons. Dr. Homer Genung, Freeville; Benjamin W. Genung, of, P a , Clair Genung, Wilseyville. and a daughter, Mrs. Chamot.  The funerall will be held at 10:30 o'clock Friday morning from the home of Mrs. Chamot The Rev. E. A.
George will officiate. Interment will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery. Slaterville Masonic Lodge, of which Mr. Genung was a member, will have charge of the. service at the grave.

Mrs. Robert Edwards.
Mrs. Mary L. Edwards, 67, wife of Robert' Edwards, died at 6 o'clock
last night at her home in Brookton. She leaves her husband, two sons,
George Edwards of Batavia and Charles Edwards, of Wilseyville; two brothers, William Allen of Ithaca and Fred Allen, of Brookton and two grandchildren, Pearl and Dwight Edwards of Brookton.
The funeral will he held at' 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in Brookton. Interment
will be made In the Quick Cemetery.

Dusenbery, March 18.—W. D. Banfield, aged seventy-six, died Tuesday night , at the home of his niece, Mrs. Zina Dusenbery. He leaves two brothers, J. J. Banfield of this place and Philo Banfield of Ithaca. Mr. Banfield formerly was a resident of Snyder Hill. There will be a-prayer service at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning, at the home.  The Rev. Mr. Williams will officiate. The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the 8nyder Hill Church. Interment will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1918
Mrs. H. P. Banfield.
Mrs. Mary A. Banfield, aged 71 years, wife of H. P. Banfield died at
3 o'clock this morning at her home, 126 Center Street.  Besides her husband,
Mrs. Banfield leaves two sons, C. Banfield of this city, and a daughter, Mrs. E. K. Teeter of Idaho. A prayer service will be held at 11 o'clock Monday morning at the home. The funeral will be held at l o'clock Monday afternoon from the Baptist Church at Snyder Hill. The Rev. Mr. Williams will officiate*

Dewitt  M. Snyder, aged 66 years, died last night of Brlght's Disease at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. J. Snyder, of West Clinton Street.  Besides this daughter Mr. Snyder leaves a son, William A. Snyder of Cleveland, Ohio, three grandsons, and a brother, Frank D. Snyder of Snyder Hill, with whom he had resided.  The funeral will be held at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the home of the brother at Snyder Hill.
The Rev. Carl McConnell will officiate.  Interment, will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery.

AUGUST 30, 1911
James Perry, aged 82 years, died Sunday, Aug. 27, at his home on the Coddington Road. The funeral will be held Thursday from the Snyder Hill church. Interment will be In the Snyder Hill Cemetery.

CAROLINE DEPOT, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1911 —
James Perry, aged 82 years, died at 7:3t o'clock Sunday night, Aug. 27,  at his home here. He leaves a son, George Perry, and a daughter, Mrs. Eva Cornelius, who lives near Etna.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, from Ike Snyder Hill Baptist Church. There will be a short prayer service at 1:30 o'clock at the house. Interment will
be in Snyder Hill Cemetery.

Brooktondale, NY., Feb. 16.—Mrs. D. Uriah Banfield, aged 76 years, died this morning at her home on Snyder Hill.  Her husband,  D. Uriah Banfield, aged 78 years, died last night at the family home, after several days illness of grip.   Mrs. Banfield’s death is ascribed by her friends to old age and acute grief for her husband. Mrs. Banfield was one of three sisters who married three brothers. Emily, Calista and May Hemingway were married about. 56 years ago to Justice, John J. and D. Uriah Banfield, respectively. They had always lived

within a few miles of each other until a few years ago, when Mr. and Mrs. Justice Banfield moved to Montour Falls, where Mr. Banfield died.
Mr. and Mrs. Banfield celebrated their golden wedding three years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Banfield of Dryden celebrated their golden wedding
six years ago. Mrs. Banfield leaves a brother, Adelbert Hemingway of Dryden; three
sisters, Mrs. Emily Banfield of Montour Falls, Mrs. John J. Banfield of Dryden and Mrs. Michael VanOstrand of West Danby. Mr. Banfield leaves a brother, John
J. Banfield of Dryden. They leave a son, Dana Banfield of Snyder Hill, and two daughters, Mrs. William Rounseville of Cortland and Mrs. Frank D. Snyder of Snyder Hill.
Mr. Banfield was a charter member of the Brookton Grange. He was a member of the state militia years ago, until that organization "disbanded.  Mrs. Banfield was a member of the grange 'until ill health compelled her to withdraw. Both Mr. and Mrs. Banfield were prominent in church circles.  The double funeral will be held at 1
o'clock Saturday afternoon, from the home. It will be private. The Rev.
Mr. 'Ross of Brookton will officiate.  Interment will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery.
(1915) Dee Banfield a lifelong resident of Snyder Hill, died at the home of a niece at Dusenberry last week. He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Charles Mitchell. of Ithaca, a stepdaughter, Mrs. Byron Ostrander of Besemer, two brothers, Philo Banfield of Ithaca and John James Banfield of Dusenberry.   His burial was at Snyder Hill. Funeral was at the church

1908
Funeral of Mr. English.
The funeral of Darling English was held from his home at Snyder Hill at 11 o'clock this morning. Burial was made in Snyder Hill Cemetery.

John C. English died this morning at 2 o'clock at his home In Snyder Hill of heart trouble and old age. He was 83 years old Mr. English, who had been a prosperous farmer all his life, was born in the town of Dryden.  He had always lived within a radius of & few miles of the place where he died, and had resided in t h e home in which he died for the past 50 years.
He leaves a widow and several children.  The funeral will be held on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Snyder Hill Baptist church. The body will be laid at rent in t h e Snyder Hill
Cemetery close by the church .

The funeral of tli£ late Mrs. Emeline Edsall was held at 2 o'clock yesterday from her late residence, - No 508 Utica street. The Rev. Ward Mosher, assisted by the Rev. Sydney Fisher, conducted the funeral services.  Mrs. Edsall had been a member of the State Street Methodist church for many years. The casket was covered with many beautiful floral offerings, among which were pieces from the Cataract hose company No. 7, the Ithaca Union lodge No. 295 of the I. O. G. T. and the Ithaca'tent, 313, of the K. O. T. M., besides pieces from other friends and relatives. The remains were laid at rest in the Snyder Hill cemetery.

Resident of Utica Street Passes Away —Leaves Large Number of Relatives Surviving—Funeral Tomorrow - Mrs. Emeline Edsall died at her home, No. 508 Utica street, yesterday
of heart trouble. The deceased was 60 years old. She left a husband, John Edsall,
four daughters and one son, Mrs. William Loveless, Mrs. John Burns,  Mrs. Charles McRavy. Miss Alice Edsall and Joseph Edsall, all of Ithaca.  Two sisters,  Mrs. Joseph Genung of Snyder hill, Mrs. Merritt Perry of Ithaca, and three brothers, David Cornelius of Ithaca, Smith Cornelius of Berkshire and Henry Cornelius, of Chicago also survive.
The funeral will be held at her late residence at 2 o'clock, Tuesday,  May 19th (1903).

NOVEMBER 16, 1899.
Mrs. ELISHA ENGLISH, Yesterday at 12 o'clock the funeral of the late Mrs. Elisha English was held from her residence on Snyder Hill.  A large number of relatives and friends were in attendance. The remains were laid to rest in the Snyder Hill cemetery.

Alice Banfield MITCHELL
Saturday afternoon, at her home on Snyder Hill, occurred tbe death of Mrs.
Alice Banfield Mitchell at tbe age of 30 years. She leaves a husband, a father,
and a sister. The funeral was held this afternoon at the late home at 2 o'clock
and the remains were laid in the Snyder Hill cemetery.

Dated: Feb. 20, 1900
Dan Pew, who has been a resident in this section for many years, died at his
residence on Snyder Hill Sunday at the age of 92 years. He was taken ill one
week ago last Wednesday. He leaves a widow, one son and one daughter. The
funeral will be held from the late residence on Wednesday afternoon at two
o'clock. The interment will take place in the Snyder Hill cemetery.

Mrs. Eva Holland has received  the sad news of th e death of her mother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Bingham, of Ithaca. T h e deceased was 87 years of age. Interment
in Snyder Hill cemetery.

1919
JOHANNA A. MUNSON.
Johanna A., widow of Orange Munson, formerly of Erin, died September
7, at the home, of her sister, Mrs. R. P. Ford, Lincoln street, aged seventy three years. She is survived by four sisters, Mrs. C. E. Church, of Greeley, Col., Miss Catherine Richardson, of
Albany, Mrs. S. G. Rhodes, of Gaines, Pa., Mrs. R. P. Ford, of this city, three brothers, J. Delos Richardson, of this city, Darwin L. and Lyman Munson, of Rome. The funeral was Tuesday,
Burial in the Snyder Hill cemetery.

April 3, 1910
ORRIN MUNSON.
Orrin Munson died at his home in E r i n Tuesday, aged seventy-five years.
He was a former resident of Dryden, N. Y.: Besides his wife, he is survived by one son, West Munson, of Chambersburg, Pa., and four grandchildren.
Mr. Munson was a man of strong C h r i s t i a n  faith. He was a member of the Erin M. E. church, also a member of Caroline lodge, No. 681, F. & A. M.
The funeral was held T h u r s d a y afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late home.
Interment was made on Friday at 10 o'clock in Snyder Hill cemetery) and was in charge of the Caroline lodge of Masons.

MUNSON—At Erin, Tuesday. March 29, 1910, ' Orrin Munson, aged seventy-five
years. Funeral Friday. Burial in Snyder Hill cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 6, 1906.
The funeral of Mrs. Sara Personius was held at 1 p. in. today from
the house in Brookton. The Rev. Mr. Woodworth officiating. Interment was made in Quick cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY AUGUST II 1897
The funeral of William Meacham, who committed suicide at Slaterville
Springs on Sunday, was held at the ME. church in that place yesterday afternoon.
Rev. H.N. Van Deusen conducting the services. The interment was in the
Quick cemetery.

May 1919.
Frank Cameron Vorhis of Brookton died there yesterday. He was born in 1861 and spent most of his life in that locality. Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. George Pancoe of
Ithaca; three sons. Wagoner Edward Vorhis of the 308th Ammunition Train, just returned from service, Charles Vorhis and Frank Vorhis. jr., all of  Brookton; two brothers, j Charles Vorhis of Candor and Dr. E. F. Vorhis of Owego; three sisters, Mrs. Melissa Monroe, Miss- Alida Vorhis of Spencer and Miss Grace Vorhis of Scranton. The funeral will be held from the home at 3 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. Charles Bogardus conducting the services. Burial will be in the Quick Cemetery. Friends are asked to omit flowers.

Died March 28, 1917
Cyrus Eastman, 73, died at midnight last night at his home at Central
Chapel. Besides his wife he leaves a son, G. C. Eastman, and a brother, John Eastman of Wllseyville. Mr. Eastman was a well known farmer. He was a member of Caroline
Lodge, F. and A. M., of Slaterville. He was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in the 16th New York heavy artillery. He was a member of the Brookton G. A. R. post.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, from the home.
Interment will be in Central Chapel Cemetery.

The funeral of Miss Julia E. Reed, Monday afternoon, was largely attended.
The Rev. Ralpn Chaffee of Slaterville officiated. Interment was in Central Chapel Cemetery.

Miss Julia E. Reed, 69, died at" 9 o'clock last night at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Melvin Lynch of Brookton.  She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Melvin
Lynch of Brookton and Mrs. Sarah Leonard of C e n t r a l Chapel.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon from the Lynch
home. The Rev. R. A. Chaffee of Slaterville Springs will officiate. Interment
will be in Central Chapel Cemetery.

Miss Charlotte E. Mitchell, aged 82 years, died at 7 p. m. yesterday at the
residence of Mrs. Minnie Barnes, 105 Catherine Street. She lived all her
life at the old Mitchell home at East Lawn. She leaves her brother, Eugene
H. Mitchell of Brookton, and four nieces, Mrs. Minnie Barnes and Cornelia
Preswick of Ithaca, Mrs. Archibald Chatfield of Dryden and Mrs. Belle Hegeman of Greenwich, N. Y.; three nephews, Eugene H. Preswick of Ithaca, Harry Mitchell of Utica and Willard Mitchell of Plttsfleld, Mass. The funeral will be held at 3 o'clock
next Monday afternoon from the residence at East Lawn. Interment –will be in the family plot at East Lawn Cemetery.

Mrs. Mary E.  Yaple. 72, wife of George W. Yaple, died suddenly from an attack of heart trouble yesterday morning at her home in Central Chapel. She leaves her husband, George W. Yaple; a daughter, Mrs. D. H Glezen of Richford; two sons, John W. Yaple of Portland and Ira G. Yaple of Central Chapel; a sister
Miss Flora Root of Brookton and a brother, Frank Jordan of Newark Valley.
The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the residence.
The Rev. Mr. Taeker will officiate. Interment will be in Central Chapel Cemetery.

Dated: May 18, 1914 – (died May 17, 1914)
Mrs. Emeline L. Paine, aged 77 years, died at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. F. Smith of Brookton. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. G. F. Smith of Brookton and two sisters, Mrs. C. A. Kenyon of Newark Valley and Mrs. Donald Quick of this city. The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from' the home
of her daughter, Mrs. G. F. Smith. The Rev. Fred Brown will officiate.
Interment will be in Central Chapel Cemetery.

ITHACA, Aug. 13, 1915—William H. Leonard, 70, was instantly killed near his home in Central Chapel. Caroline, when the horses he was driving became frightened, dashed headlong toward the barn, breaking tongue and whiffletree and hurling him to the ground from the top of a load of hay. Striking on his head he sustained a broken neck and died before help arrived. The decedent is survived by his widow, one son, Herman J. of Central Chapel; one daughter, Mrs. Mabel R. Smith of Corona, Cal.; one sister, Mrs. A. E. Reed of this city, and three brothers, John of Slaterville and Richard and George of Caroline. The funeral was held at 2 o'clock today from the family residence, the Rev. Mr. Chaffee of Slaterville officiating. Interment will be in Central Chapel Cemetery.

William Henry Leonard, a well known farmer, was killed late yesterday afternoon, at his farm at Central Chapel,   when he fell from-a load of hay.
Mr. Leonard, who was 70 years old, was drawing a load of hay to the barn. The wagon was within a few feet of the structure when the pole broke and the end stuck In the
ground, bringing the wagon to a sudden stop. Mr. Leonard was thrown to the ground, breaking his neck. He was removed to the house, where he died a short time later, without regaining consciousness.
Born on Farm Where He Died.
Mr. Leonard was born in the Town of Caroline on the farm where he met his death. He was the son of Abram Leonard, a pioneer settler who came to Caroline from New Jersey and made a home in what was then all woods.
Mr. Leonard was one of the best known farmers In the county. He was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in the Fifteenth New York cavalry. He was a member of David Ireland Post G. A. R. of Brookton. Funeral Tomorrow. Besides his wife he leaves a son, Herman J. Leonard; a daughter, Mrs. Mabel R. Smith of Corona, Cal.; three brothers, John Leonard of Slaterville Springs, and Richard and George F. Leonard of Caroline, and a sister, Mrs. A. E. Reed of this city. ' ~ The funeral will be held at 3*o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the home. The Rev. Mr. Chaffee of Slaterville Springs will officiate. Interment will be in Central Chapel Cemetery.

Mrs. Edith Liddington, wife of Omar Liddington, died at the family home
about a mile from Newfleld village last night about 12 o'clock. Death was due to neuralgia of the heart and was sudden. Mrs. Liddington was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Cornelius, of this city. She was born at Dryden
44 years ago, spent part of her life in Ithaca, and had been a resident of Newfield for about two years. Surviving her are her husband, her parents, and a daughter, Miss Edna Liddington; also four sisters and two brothers, residents of this city.
The funeral will be held on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. M. D. Foster, pastor of the Newfleld Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Mrs. Liddington was a member of Arcana Lodge, No. 377, Daughters of Rebekah, of Newfleld.

Mrs. Robert Cornelius died at her home in Ellis Hollow yesterday after a long illness. Death occurred about noon, The deceased was born at Hibbard's Corners and had passed the greater part of her life in that vicinity. Her husband, Robert Cornelius, and one brother, Daniel Ogden, of Ellis, survive her. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the late home of the deceased. Burial will he made in the Ellis Hollow cemetery. (Susan A. Ogden Cornelius ~ died Sept. 4, 1903)

Horton Hunt, who haa been sick for some time, died last evening at the age of 92 vears, 9 months and 21 days.  He was probably the oldest person living in the city. He was a republican and lived for years at Ellis Hollow. " He leaves a daughter Mrs. Lyman Ellis.
There will be a prayer rendered at the late residence No. 608 North Tioga street Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock after which the remains will be taken to the Ellis Hollow church, where the funeral will be held at 1 o'clock. The interment will take place in the Ellis Hollow cemetery. (March 11, 1900)

Benjamin B. Barto, an old resident of Tompkins County, died at his daughter's
home in West Richford, March tenth, 1900, aged 87 years, 11 months, 5 days.
He leaves seven children to mourn his loss, Mrs. Maria Kaderli of Royalton
Center, Niagara County; Mrs. John Hamlin of Corry, Pa.; Mr. 8ylvester Barto of Grand Rapids, Michigan; Mr. Eliaher Barto of North Albany street, Ithaca; Mr, Norman C. Barto, of Utica street, Ithaca; Mrs. Etta M. Brenner, of Fourth street, Ithaca, and Mrs. Carrie M. Matison of West Richford, where he spent the last three years previous to his death.
His funeral will be held, Wednesday, at White church. (buried in Lane Cemetery, Town of Caroline, Tompkins Co., NY)

Paul Willsey, aged 9 months, died yesterday at the City Hospital. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Willsey and leaves also two brothers and three sisters. The funeral will be held from the home at 2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, the Rev. George R. Baker officiating. Interment will be at Ellis Hollow. (Jan.  18, 1919)

Mrs. David A. Cuffman, 76, died last night at her home at Ellis Hollow.
She leaves her husband. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock, Thursday
afternoon, from the Ellis Church. Interment in Ellis Hollow Cemetery. Died April 16, 1917

TRUMAN BAKER.--
This morning at 3 o'clock occurred the death of Truman Baker, of bowel trouble,
aged 71 years.  Mr. Baker was a highly respected citizen of this city, and leaves one daughter,  Viola W. Kibble The funeral will be held from the late residence, No 101 North Tioga street, on Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. The Interment will take place in the Ellis
Hollow cemetery.

FORD ELLIS (1899
The funeral services of the tote Mr. Ford Ellis, were held this morning at 11
o'clock, from tbe residence, No. 40 Farm street. The services were largely attended
and tbe remains were taken to the Ellis Hollow cemetery for interment.

FORD ELLIS ~ Last night at eleven o'clock occurred the death of Mr Ford Ellis at the age of 45 years. He leaves his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Ellis.. The funeral will be held from the late residence No. 40 Farm street Tnursday morning at 11 o'clock. The interment will take place in the Ellis Hollow cemetery. (1899)

OAKLEY ROBERTSON
The funeral of the late Mr. Oakley Robertson was held from the late residence on Linn street this morning at eleven o'clock. The services were largely attended and the remains were taken to the Ellis Hollow cemetery for interment (1899)

Martin A. Malone, 74, Last Member of Confederate Army in Tompkins County, Gave Inspiration to Judge Francis Miles Finch, Author.
Oct. 19, 1916 – The funeral of Martin Andrew Malone, 74, said to be the last member of the Confederate army in Tompkins County, was held at 1 o’clock this afternoon at the house, 117 Titus Ave.  Rev. John Richards officiated and interment was in the Ellis Hollow Cemetery.  The burial took place with honors.  Served in the Civil War.  He is survived by his widow,  one son George K. Malone, two daughters, Mrs. C. C. Fuller of Pa., and Miss Mary F. Malone of this city, one brother, Thomas Malone of Missisippi.

Edward J. Thomas, aged 72 years, died early this morning at his home
in Slaterville.  He leaves two daughters, Mrs Arthur Wright and Miss Mary
Thomas of the Town of Caroline, a brother, Henry Thomas, who also lives in Caroline and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Boice of Waverly. Mr. Thomas had lived in Caroline nearly all his life. "Mrs. Thomas died less than two weeks ago. The funeral will be held at 2
o'clock Saturday afternoon from the home. The Rev. Mr. Wilson of Spencer will offfciate. Interment will be in West Slaterville Cemetery.  (died May 3, 1911)

Mrs. Olive R. Thomas, aged 72 years, wife of E. J . Thomas, died last night at her home in Slaterville. She leaves her husband ,two daughters, M r s . ! Arthur Wright and Miss Mary Thomas of Slaterville, and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Hageman of Peeksville.
The funeral will be held a t 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon from tne home. The Rev. Mr. Wilson of Spencer will officiate, theInterment will be in West Slaterville Cemetery. (died April 20, 1911)

John Crans, 74, died at 11:15 o'clock last night at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. J. M. Cutler of West Slaterville He leaves three daughters, Mrs. J. M.
Cutler and Mrs. Mary Turk of West Slaterville, and Mrs. Harriet A. Nichols of this city; three sons, Henry and Edward of Ithaca and John of West Slaterville, and two brothers,
William and Clarence Crans of Corning.  Mr. Crans was a veteran of the Civil War.  He was a member of David Ireland Post of Brookton. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the home of Mrs. Cutler. Interment will be in West Slaterville Cemetery. (died April 17, 1917)

Mrs. Emma T. Crans, aged 74 years, wife of Jobn Crans of West Slaterville, died at 1:30 o'clock this morning at her home. Besides her husband, Mrs. Crans leaves three
daughters—Mrs. Harriet A. Nichols and Mrs. J. M. Cutler of Ithaca and Mrs, N. Turk of West Slaterville; three sons, Henry B. Crans and Edward Crans of Ithaca and John Crans jr., of West Slaterville; a brother, Hiram Freer of Ithaca, and a sister, Mrs. C. Harris of Slaterville Springs. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, from the home. The Rev. Mr. Smith of Slaterville Springs will officiate. Interment will be In West Slaterville Cemetery (died March 27, 1915)

Mrs. Ruth C. Madden.

Mrs. Ruth Cooper Madden, aged 86 years, died last night at the home of her nephew, Charles H. Cooper in the Town of Caroline. The funeral -will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the home. The Rev. M. J. Ross will officiate. Interment will be in
Cooper Cemetery. (Died May 2, 1911)

Dated Monday, April 2, 1917
Mrs. Emma S. Bull, 43, wife of J. R. Bull died at 4 o'clock last Saturday afternoon, after s short Illness of pneumonia, at her home in West Slaterville. Besides her husband she
leaves a daughter, Miss Nelly Bull and two brothers, Dr. Arthur Besemer of Marlon, N. Y., and John Besemer of West Slaterville. Mrs. Bull was born and had always lived In West Slaterville. The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the home.
Interment will be in West Slaterville Cemetery. (May 1917)

Mrs. Dells B. Schutt.
Mrs. Delia B. Schutt, 68, widow of Francis G. Schutt, died last evening at her home, 204 Delaware Avenue. She leaves a daughter, Miss Kate M. Schutt of this city. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the home and will be private, Tbe Rev. George
Smiley will officiate. Interment will be in West Slaterville Cemetery.  (Died June 29, 1917)

July 12, 1915
Justus Vandemark, 77 died, yesterday afternoon at the home of his son, William J. Vandemark in Brookton. Another son. James A. Vandemark; a sister, Mrs. Helen Johnson, and two brothers, Valentine Vandemark, and Hiram Vandemark, survive. The Rev. Fred Brown will conduct the funeral services at 10:80 o'clock tomorrow morning,—Interment will be in the West Slaterville Cemetery. (died July 11, 1915)

July 12, 1915
Mrs. W. J. GORTON.
Mrs. Sarah D. Gorton. 69 died early yesterday morning at her home on the Coddington Road. Her husband. W. J. Gorton; four sons, Frederick A. Gorton, William H. Gorton, Louis A.
Gorton and Earl W. Gorton, and one Mrs. Elisa German, survive The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the Rev Mr. Farnsworth of Danby officiating Interment will be in Cooper Cemetery, Brookton. (died July 11, 1915)

Miss Estira Hasbrouck, aged 75, died at 12:30 o'clock today at the city hospital. She was born and had always lived in Slaterville Springs. She is survived by five nieces, Mrs. Franklin Smith of Slaterville Springs, "Mrs. Charles Beckett, Mrs. George Austin, Mrs. Daniel Tuttle and Miss Katherine Hasbrouck of New York City, and one nephew, Samuel K. Hasbrouck also of New York City. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the home of Mrs. Franklin Smith of Slaterville Springs. The Rev. Mr. Taylor will officiate. Burial will be made in the West Slaterville Cemetery (died November 25, 1913)

Mrs. Anna E, Sincebaugh, aged 67, died at 10:20 o'clock at the home of her son, Maynard Sincebaugh, 209 South Plain Street. She is survived. besides her son, by one brother,
Thales Sincebaugh of Jervis, N. Y., and one sister, Mrs.  Jacob of this city. The funeral will be held a 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon from the home. The Rev. J. C. B. Moyer of the State Street Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be made at Fisher's Cemetery. (Cemetery also known as Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca.  (died Nov 25, 1913)

FREEVILLE, N. Y., July 31, 1912.—
Mrs. Margaret DePuy, aged 89 years, died at 8:30 o'clock, this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. DeWitt DePuy, after a short Illness. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. Henrietta Fox of Homer, Mrs. Edgar Parker of Marathon and Mrs. DeWltt DePuy of this village. The funeral will be held at 12:20 o'clock Saturday afternoon, from t he home of her daughter, Mrs. DeWitt DePuy. Interment will be in West
Slaterville Cemetery.

Dated: April 15, 1912 ~
Mrs. Robert M. Wool.   Many friends and relatives attended the funeral services of Mrs. Robert M. Wool, held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the family residence, 114 West Clinton Street. The services were conducted by tbe Rev. E, A. George, pastor of the First Congretional Church, of which Mrs. Wool had been a member. A delegation of teachers in the public, schools was present and there was a large display, of floral tributes. The
bearers were Lincoln E. Patterson, Charles C. Mandevllle, William H. Baker and Charles W. Earl, all neighbors of the family. The remains were taken to Slaterville for interment in
the West Slaterville Cemetery.

C. Arthur Denman, aged 56 years, died at 9 o'clock this* morning, at his home on t h e Coddington Road. He leaves his wife and a daughter, Miss Margaret Denman, and four sons, Dr. Irving Denman of Walton, N. Y.; Ralph Denman, a sophomore in the university, and Harold and Herbert Denman, all of whom reside a t home. The funeral wll be held a t 2 o'clock | Sunday afternoon, from the home. The Rev. Edward Robinson of Brookton will officiate and interment will be in Brookton Cemetery.  Died April 21, 1911

Dated: Monday,  Nov, 13, 1916

Mrs. Fannie Atwood.
The funeral of Mrs. Fannie Atwood, 60, who died Saturday at Canisteo, will be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning, from the home of W. T. Graham of Brookton. The Rev. Mr.
Savercool of Brookton will officiate. Burial will be in Cooper Cemetery.

STRUCK 8Y WIFE'S BROTHER,
FRED BACON FALLS AND DIES

  • Coroner's Verdict Is That He Died of Shock—Sister Says

LeGrand Van Denmark, Who Gives Himself Up, Acted
in Self Defense—Declares Husband Had Been on Long
Spree.
LeGrand Van Demark, aged 24 years, is In jail today charged with
manslaughter, following the death at 125 Cleveland Avenue last night of
Fred Bacon, aged 46 years. Bacon was Van Demark's brother-in-law.
Van Demark, who is a substitute mail carrier and who lives at the Bacon home, struck Bacon during a quarrel, late yesterday. Bacon fell and struck his head against a chair.
He died in about twenty minutes. According to the coroner, who filed his verdict today with the county clerk, Bacon's death was due to shock, following the blow and the fall. The coroner did not order an autopsy, and the specific cause of Bacon's death was not stated In the verdict. According to Mrs. Bacon, who with Van Demark was the only witness of the tragedy, her husband had been drinking heavily of late and was in an ugly mood. She says he attacked her brother, and that the latter then struck Bacon. Her story coincides
in the main points with that told the police by Van Demark, himself.
Besides his wife Mina, Mr Bacon leaves a daughter, Mary, aged 3 years; two
brothers, Osmun Bacon of Painted Post, and Levi Bacon of Brook ton, and .two sisters, Mrs. Hannah Willcoxen of South Bend, Ind. and Mrs, Alice Elllston of this city.
The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, from the residence. Interment will be at Cooper Cemetery, Brookton,  died Aug. 30, 1910

Thomas Vandemark, aged 81 years, died about 6 o'clock last evening at his home in Brookton. He leaves his wife and a son, J. T. Vandemark of Brookton, and a brother,  William Vandemark, of Utica, and a sister, Mrs. J. D. Weed of Owego.
Mr. Vandemark was born in Ithaca. He had lived In Brookton for a number of years. He formerly was one of the firm of Vandemark Brothers who conducted a woolen mill at |that place. The funeral will be held at 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning from the home. The Rev. Mr. Ross will officiate.  Interment will be in Cooper Cemetery.  (died July 24, 1912)

THE BINGHAMTON PRESS, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27, 1921
Owego, Dec. 27.—Dr. William C. Gallagher after illness of two years, died At
The home he had occupied for 66 years in Slaterville Springs, Dec. 24. He was born
in South Cortland, Oct. '31,. 1840, and bad practiced medicine in Slaterville Springs
fifty years.  His aged wife, who a few months ago fractured her hip, and two
sons, William C. and Lyman H. Gallagher, survive him. He was a member of the
Masonic blue lodge, the chapter and  St. Augustine Community of Ithaca and was for 20 years a member of the Tompkins  county Board of Supervisors.  The funeral
was held yesterday. Burial was in the Slaterville cemetery.

August 13, 1917 ~ Paul R. DeLong, 3-months-old son Mr. and Mrs. Grant DeLong of Slaterville, died at 1:45 o'clock this morning. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The
Rev. Mr. Wilcox will officiate. Interment will be in Slaterville Cemetery.

(1915) The Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Ketchum of Chicago and the Rev. Paul R. Allen of Norwich are in the city, having been called here by the death of their father, the Rev. G. F. Allen of West  Slaterville.
The funeral of the Rev. G. Frank Allen, who died Thursday at his home in West Slaterville, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the home. The Rev. Mr. Chaffee of Slaterville Springs will officiate. Interment will be in Slaterville Cemetery.

1915 ~ Benjamin J. Silsbee, one of the best known farmers In Caroline, died early
this morning at his home near Slaterville.  Mr. SilSbee, who was 37 years old, had been in poor health for several months, but his condition was not considered critical until a few days ago.   Mr. Silahee has served his community as justice of the peace, and was an active member of the Slaterville Lodge of Masons. He was a past master of the Slaterville Grange.
Besides his wife, Mr. Silsbee leaves four children,  Lyman, Lloyd, Helen and Lillian, ranging  in age from 3 to 14 years. He also leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Silsbee, and a sister, Mrs. Ford Johnson, all of Caroline. The funeral will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday. The Rev. Ralph Chaffee will dictate. Burial will be in Caroline. (died May 22, 1915)

1915 ~  William Edsall, aged eighty-nine years, died March 15th. He was born

in Deckertowu, N. J., March 5, 1826.  He'came to Ithaca when twenty-five years old and had lived in Tompkins County since.  He enlisted and served three years in Company I, 243rd regiment New York Infantry.  He married Marie Norton  Oct. 15, 1851 and twelve children were born to them. eight of whom are living. His wife died about a year ago. They both  were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Slaterville for many years. He lived on a farm south Dryden about 60  years. The last winter he  spent with his daughter,  Mrs. Erie 'Tichenor, where he died. He leaves eight children, Dewitt, Samuel, and, Charles

of Dryden, Henry and Mrs. William Trapp of Virgil,   Mrs. Jay Deomey of Danby, Mrs. Erie Tjchenor
of Groton and Mrs. Henry Mellette of Hunts Corners.  Also a brother and a sister and fifteen grandchildren. The funeral was held in the Methodist Church at Slaterville. The Rev. Lysander Smith officiated. Burial was ia Slaterville cemetery.

Feb. 4, 1915 ~ James Mulks, aged 78, died at 2 o’clock this morning at the home of his son, Bowne Mulks, at Slaterville Springs after a long illness.  Mr. Mulks was a life-long resident of the Town of Caroline.  He leaves one sister, Mrs. Eliza Beers of Ithaca, one son, Bowne Mulks of Slaterville Springs, and a daughter, Mrs. Nellie Dederick of Slaterville Springs.  The funeral will be held at 2:30 o’clock Saturday afternoon from the son’s residence.  The Rev. Mr. Smith of Slaterville Springs officiating.  Interment will be made in the Slaterville Cemetery.

Feb. 4, 1915 ~ Miss Marian H. Tobey, aged 60, of Brookton, died last night in the City
Hospital. Miss Tobey was a well known musician and a life-long resident of Brookton. The funeral will he held at 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning from the home at Brookton.
"Mrs. F. E. Bates and the Rev. Fred Brown of Brookton will officiate. Interment
will be made In the Caroline Cemetery

Feb. 4, 1915 ~ Harry Graham, aged 20 years, died at 9 o'clock this morning at the home
of his aunt, Mrs. Fred Hale, 306 Esty Street. He leaves a sister, in Kingston, Canada. The funeral will be held at 8:30 o'clock Saturday morning from the home and at 9 o'clock from
the Church of the Immaculate Conception, interment will be in Calvary Cemetery.

1911 ~ Mary L. Boice, aged 80 years, died Saturday at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. J. D. Schutt of Slaterville. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. J. D. Schutt of Slaterville and Mrs. Austin Cook of Hadley, Mass. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the home of her daughter.  The Rev. W. Herbert Hutchinson will officiate. Interment
will be in the Slaterville Cemetery.  Died March 18, 1911

1906 ~ Aged resident of- Caroline Passes
Away Unexpectedly at Home— Funeral Will Be Held on Thursday.
The death of Mrs, Henry Hess of Caroline, aged about 70 years, occurred at her home in that, place yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. The funeral will be held Thursday at 1
p. m. from the house. The remains will be laid at rest in Slaterville cemetery.
Mrs. Hess, whose husband is dead and who had a severe shock two years ago, having been in poor health since that time, died unexpectedly. Her condition became critical only a short
time before her death- She leaves son, Charles. :. one brother, Zachariah Rose of Slaterville, and two sisters, Ann Hollister, who resides in North Dakota, and Mrs. Susan Card of Spencer. Died Feb. 20, 1906

Feb. 21, 1906 ~ Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, aged 78, of No. ?&2 South Aurora street died
last night at 9:25 o’clock  at her home after a short  illness of pneumonia. Mrs. Rhodes, who had lived here two months and was born in Lansing, is survived by one sister, Mrs. William Robbins of Groton, two brothers, Franklin and Warren Teeter, of Lansing, and two daughters, Mrs. Jerome Teeter and Mrs. Edgar Pool, both of this city'.
The funeral will be held from the residence Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. E. J. Rosengrant officiating. Burial will be made in Gibbs cemetery on West hill.  Died Feb. 20, 1906.

1903 ~ The remains of Alvah Fuller were removed from the Hoose cemetery
and placed in the Candor burying ground this week. (Hoose Cemetery also known as Lane Cemetery, Town of Caroline, NY.

 Jan. 31, 1908 ~ The funeral of Howard Hotallng, aged 23 years, who died of pneumonia,
was held at his father's home Monday at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Rev. F. E. Lott officiated, interment was made at Caroline cemetery.

Dated: May 29 ,1911 ~ Harold M. Roe, aged 3 years, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Roe of Caroline, died yesterday morning after several weeks illness.  He leaves his parents and a sister, Ida Roe.  The Roes lost another child about two weeks ago.  Mrs. Roe now is recovering from a severe illness.  The funeral will be held at 10 o’clock tomorrow morning from the home.  The Rev. Mr. Pierce of Slaterville will officiate.  Interment will be in the Caroline Cemetery.  (died May 28, 1911)

May 29, 1911 ~ Lois Evelyn Hulslander.
Lois Evelyn Hulslander, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hulslander of 418 South Geneva Street," died late Saturday' afternoon. The Hulslanders have two other children.
The funeral was held at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, from the home. The Rev. John C. B. Moyer officiated. Interment was in Willow Glen Cemetery at Dryden.

May 29, 1911 ~ William Hyers, aged 83 years, died suddenly last night at the home of his son, A. C. Hyers, '213 South Titus Avenue. He 'leaves a son, Andrew C. Hyers, and three daughters, Mrs. Charles Kyser and Mrs. Manley F. Dodge of Van Etten and Mrs. Court
Bellis of this city, and a brother, Theodore Hyers of Spencer. The funeral will be held a t 10 o'clock tomorrow morning from the residence  The Rev. Tt. T. Jones will officiate.
Burial will be in the West Danby Cemetery. Died May 28, 1911

1918 ~ H. A. Hllderbrant. aged 67 years and a prominent farmer, died of heart disease after a long illness Friday, Dec. 6.   Funeral will be on Monday, Dec 9, with burial at Caroline Cemetery.  The decedent is survived by his widow; two daughters, Mrs. Phineas Phoenix of Harford and Mrs. William Crispell of Caroline; two grandchildren and several nieces.

1917 ~ Oscar C. Baker, 71, died Saturday afternoon at the home of his brother, Dr. Eugene Baker. He leaves three brothers, Dr. Eugene Baker and John Baker of this city and George Baker of Glen Cove, L. I., and a sister, Mrs. Emma B Atwater of Asbury. Mr. Baker had been in the State of Washington for a number of years. Recently he became ill and home sick and returned to this city, where he died as staled. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon and will be private. The Rev. E. George will officiate. Interment will be in Caroline Cemetery. (died Nov. 10, 1917)

1917 ~ Mrs. Delia L. Muir, 91, died at 4:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the
home of her son-in-law, Charles Foster of Varna. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Emily Lawrence, and a son, George H. Muir, of Williamsport, Pa.  The funeral will be .held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the Methodist Church at Speedsville. The Rev. Ralph Chaffee will officiate. Interment will be in Speedsville Cemetery. (died Nov. 10, 1917)

1917 ~
Mrs. Eliza E., wife of George D. Baldwin, died last night at Richmond Hill, L. I. She was a sister to Jason P. Merrill and the daughter of Alvin Merrill. The interment of her remains
will be in Brookton, in the Town of Caroline. She leaves her husband, three sons and three sisters, and two brothers, Jason and R. D. H. Merrill. Mrs. Baldwin was born in Ithaca 70
years ago. A consiatent, devout and active Baptist, she was highly respected and admired by her family, relatives and acquaintances. She was a resident of Greater New York for twenty years. The time and place of the funeral have not been decided. (died Nov. 10, 1917)

1917 ~ Theodore E. Olney.
Theodore E. Olney, 75, died at 3:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon at his home In Caroline Center. Besides his wife he leaves a daughter, Mrs. Anna Decker, and two sons, Lee R. Olney and Ray Olney of Caroline Center. The funeral wlU be held at 11:30 o'clock tomorrow morning from the home. The Rev. Ralph Chaffee will officiate. Interment wiU be In Caroline
Cemetery.  (died July 8, 1917)

1917 ~ Mrs. Martha S. Ross, 73, widow of Alfred L. Ross, died at 5:4) o'clock
yesterday morning at the Old Ladles' Home. The funeral will be held at 4 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon. The Rev. Carl Hallock will officiate. Interment will be in the City Cemetery. (Died July 8, 1917)

1916 ~ Levi L. Head.
Levi L. Head, 67, died at 1:45 o'clock this morning at his home in Caroline. He was born in the Town of Caroline and had lived there all his life. He was a well-to-do farmer. Besides his wife he leaves a son, Charles Head; a brother, Frank W. Head of Ithaca and a sister, Mrs. J. J.
Yaple of Caroline. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, from the home.
The Rev. Ralph Chaffee of Slaterville Springs will officiate. Interment will be in Caroline Cemetery.  (died Dec. 30, 1916

1916 ~ Mrs. Mary C. Dickens, wife of R. E. Dickens, died at 2:30 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, at her home, 1019 West Seneca Street. Besides her husband she leaves her father, Charles Sutton of Spencer; four sons, Charles E., Carl O., Robert E., Jr., and Clarence H. Dickens; two daughters, Mrs. F. T. Crass and Miss Hazel M. Dickens, all of Ithaca; five brothers, William Sutton, Spencer; Albert Sutton, Ithaca; Joseph Sutton, Covert; Frank Sutton, Syracuse; Elmer Sutton, West Dan by; three sisters, Mrs. Sarah Brown, Mrs. Dora Wilcox and Mrs. Myrtle Hayward of Trumansburg. The funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the home. The Rev. S. S. Vose will officiate. Interment will he in HaytsCemetery. (died Dec. 29, 1916)

1916 ~ The history of I t h a c a is closely interwoven with the s tory of the life of
Mrs. Catherine Welch Benjamin, 93 years old, who died Sunday at her home in Robinson Hollow. Mrs. Benjamin was one of t h e o l d e s t residents of this county. Mrs. Benjamin was the daughter of Thomas and Nancy Welch, who were among the first to settle near the Village of Ithaca. Catherine Welch was born in 1823 on a farm about three miles south of this city on what was then known as the Ithaca-Owego turnpike.  In 1853 she married S. T. Benjamin, who then ran a harness store at the corner of State and Aurora Streets, where the Lehigh ticket office is now located. Mrs. Benjamin's mother, Nancy Kirkendall, was born in 1800, and with her parents located on West Hill when that district was practically unsettled.  Although she was the oldest of seven children, Mrs. Benjamin was outlived by one brother, Luther Welch of Richford, and one sister, Amelia.  She is also survived by four sons, Charles of Cattaraugus County, Frank of Richford, William of California and Luther of Binghamton.  Mrs. Benjamin will be buried in the dress that was her wedding gown 63 years ago.  The Funeral will be held from her home and burial will be in Caroline Cemetery.  (died August 6, 1916)

August 11, 1916 ~ Mrs. Catherine W. Benjamin, aged 93 years, dies at home near Ithaca.
Mrs, Benjamin was the daughter of Thomas and Nancy Welch, who were among the first settlers near the village of Ithaca. She was born in 1828 on a farm about three miles south of Ithaca on what was known as the Ithaca-Owego turnpike In 1853 she married S. F. Benjamin, who then conducted a harness store at the corner of State and Aurora streets, where the Lehigh ticket office is "now located. Mrs. Benjamin's mother, Nancy Klrkendail. was born-In 1800. And with her parents located on West Hill when that district was practically unsettled.  Although she was the oldest of seven children. Mrs. Benjamin is survived by only two of them, a brother, Luther Welch, a veteran of the Civil War, 76 years of age. and a sister. Miss Amelia Welch, 73 years old. She also is survived by four sons, Charles of Cattaraugus county. Frank of Rlchford,  Tioga county. William, of California, and Luther of Binghamton. Mrs. Benjamin was buried In the dress that was her wedding gown 68 years ago. She had always been a
faithful worker in the church and a devoted mother. The funeral was held at her home Monday and burial was In the Caroline Cemetery in Tompkins county.

1916 ~ Mrs. Jennie Howland, aged 52 years died Saturday night at h e r home       in Slaterville after a protracted illness. Besides her husband, Duane Howland, she is survived by one son,
Glenn, of Ithaca. She is also survived by a sister , Mrs. H. A. Van Riper of Newfield and by three brothers, Albert Cornish of Ithaca, Charles Dickens of Dakota and Fred White of Salem, Oregon. The funeral services will be held at the Martindale funeral parlors, 216 North Aurora Street, Tuesday at 10 o'clock, the Rev. J, C. B. Moyer officiating. Burial will be in Fisher Cemetery.  (cemetery also known as Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca.  Died Aug. 5, 1916)

April 23, 1915 ~ Herbert Wattles, aged 83 years, one of the best known men in the county,
died at 5:30 o'clock this morning at his home near Slaterville. Besides his wife he leaves a son, B. B. Wattles, and a daughter, Mrs. G. W. Oakley of Naples, N. Y. The funeral will be held at 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The Rev. R. H. Chaffee of Slaterville will officiate.
Interment will be in Caroline Cemetery.

July 25, 1912 ~ The funeral of Mrs. Urania Smith, who died yesterday afternoon at Slaterville. will be held at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fannie Boice.  The Rev C. W Heiner will officiate. Interment will be in Caroline Cemetery (died July 24, 1912)

March 19, 1908 ~ Mrs. George Hawkins, aged 70 years, died last night at her home iu
Speedsviile. Mrs. Hawkins has been in poor health for some time. She spent nearly all last winter at Cornwall- on-the-Hudson but since her return failed rapidly. She is survived by a husband and two Sons, Henry, who is employed by Haggle Brothers in Ithaca, and Fred
of Sayre; one brother, Clark Andrews of Kerksville, Mo., and two sisters, Mrs. H. F. Correy of Syracuse, and Mrs. Ralph Smith of Richford. The funeral will be held at 11 o'clock
Saturday.  Burial will be made in the Caroline Cemetery.  (died March 18, 1908)

Saturday, Feb. 24, 1906 ~ The funeral of Francis Earsley, who died Wednesday forenoon at his home near Slaterville Springs, was held from the house this afternoon at 1 o'clock, the Rev. I. U. Williams of Slaterville Springs officiating.. Burial was made in Caroline cemetery.

1905 ~ Caroline Center, Feb. 13. The funeral of Miss Ella Preston,
who died Friday afternoon, was held at 1 p. m. Sunday from the home of her father, Jay R. Preston, in Caroline Center. The Rev. Mr. Skinner officiated. There was a. profusion of
beautiful floral remembrances from relatives and friends. A brother, Allen Preston, and
three cousins,* George Meddaugh, Herbert Doughty and Arthur Miller, acted as pallbearers. Interment was made In Caroline cemetery.  (Caroline Centre Cemetery, died Feb. 10, 1905)

Wednesday, May 21, 1902 ~ Mrs. Lucinda Snow who was born April 3, 1826, died here last Wednesday. Mrs. Snow had been a patient sufferer for many years. She left two sons, Eugene of Binghamton and Will of this place. The funeral was held Saturday from her late home. The Rev. Mr. Crosby of Speedsville officiating. The interment was in East Lawn cemetery near Ithaca.

Brookton, Feb. 19th
In the recent sudden death of John Wolcott, Brookton loses a citizen of ability, unblemished character and business integrity. Although he lived alone in the old home, built by his father, and for many years full of young life, his life was neither solitary nor lonely. All the young men in the place enjoyed a visit with 'John," and when urged to
share the home of his brothers or sisters he always said, "I should be lonesome without the boys." He attended to his business as notary public until the last day of his life and the day before his death expressed an opinion that his heart trouble was better. John had a keen sense of the humor of everyday life and a remarkable insight into character.

He leaves three brothers, William and George of Brookton, and Oscar T. of Rochester.  Two sisters, Mrs. Frank Osborne,  of Besemer, and Mrs. Dr. Martin Besemer, of Ithaca. Four nephews, H. B. Besemer,  of Ithaca, W B. Wolcott,  of Buffalo, Gurden W. Spendley,  of

Chenango Forks and C. R. Wolcott of Trumansburg.  The funeral was at the home of the deceased, and the address by the Rev. W. A. House was very satisfying and appropriate. The interment was in the family plot in Caroline cemetery.

Oct 3, 1900 ~ The body of Mrs. Rood, mother of Jonas Rood was brought to this place I
from Ithaca on Thursday of last week and laid to rest in the Caroline cemetery.

Oct. 3, 1900 ~ Robt. Edwards and wife were called to Ithaca on Monday by the death
of Mary Edwards wife of their son Charles. She passed away at the city hospital Sept. 30th. Two children about 7 and 9 years old are left. They have lived with their grandparents for some time, owing to the ill health of their mother.

1898 ~ Harry Armstrong,  son of James and Bessie Armstrong, died at their home near Dryden, Oct. 18, aged 3 years of concussion of the brain. Interment in Caroline cemetery.

Sept 4, 1966 ~ LYNCH—Funeral services for Bertrand Lynch will be held Monday at
2 p. m. at the Nichols Funeral Home, Whitney Point. The Rev. Smith VanAuken will officiate. Burial will be In Caroline Cemetery, Caroline. The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9.

Saturday Sept. 3, 1966 ~ LYNCH—Bertrand Lynch, 70, Schenctady, formerly of Caroline Center, died Thursday at 11:30 p.m. at Ellis Hospital, Schenectady. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ellen Lynch, Cortland; four daughters, Mrs. Reuben Kirk, Wilseyvllle, Mrs. Donald Batting, Schenectady, Mrs. Frank Sears, Ithaca, and Mrs. Jack Morehouse, ' Dryden; several grand and great-grandchildren; a brother, Asa Lynch, Caroline; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Nichols Funeral Home, Whitney Point, Monday at 2 p. m. The Rev. Smith VanAuken will officiate. Burial will be in the Caroline Cemetery, Caroline. The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening and Sunday evening from
7 to 9.

Thursday, March 8, 1951 ~ William H. Greenfield, 77, a former resident of Moravia village,
passed away Tuesday morning at the home of his grandson. William Chapman, of Cortland.
Surviving are two daughter Mrs. Pauline G. King; of Calif., and Mrs. Samuel Chapman of Hammond, NY,  a: brother, Samuel  Greenfield, of Cortland Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Beard Memorial Home. Church Street.. Cortland. Visiting hours will be Thursday evening from 7:30p.m to 9 p.m. at Beard"s Home.  Interment will be at Caroline Cemetery

Monday, June 4, 1951 ~  Mrs. Anna Finch, Newark Valley, died at midnight Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Whittier, Painted Post, RD 1, which whom she had been visiting for the past month.  She was born in 1868 in Moravia, NY, and was 82 years old last November 2.  Her parents were Thomas and Hanna Quick Vandermark.  She is the widow of Edgar Finch.  Surviving are six daughters, Mrs. Jesse Whittier, Mrs. Flora Cornell of Newark Valley, Mrs. Amanda Hendrickson and Mrs. Mary Hubbard of Richford, Mrs. Pearl Jones of Elmira, and Mrs. Jennie Personius of Corning; several grandchildren and great grandchildren.  The body was removed from the Stevens Funeral Home Sunday afternoon to the Smith Funeral Home at Richford where funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m.  Burial will be in Caroline Cemetery near Ithaca.  (died June 2, 1951) Caroline Grove Cemetery)

Monday, May 20, 1946 ~ Miss Ida Louise Ross, 70, died suddenly at her home in Church Street. Candor, Saturday from a heart attack. Miss Ross, who had been a resident of Candor for about 35 years, was born in West Candor May 4, 1876, the daughter of E. DeWitt Ross and Mary Hall Ross. The body was removed to the Estey & Munroe Funeral Home in Owego where it will remain until Tuesday noon. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at her Candor home. The Rev. C. Duane Butler, pastor of the Candor Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Willseyville Cemetery. Miss Ross is survived by five cousins, Mrs. Charles Gridley, Mrs. Elva Van Scoy and Mrs. V. B. Doty, all of Candor, and Arthur
Rice and Charles Ross of Auburn.

Willseyville ~ Tuesday, August 27, 1912
The funeral of Miles Hallett, who died very suddenly at the residence of his brother, Charles Hallett, on Tuesday were held last Thursday afternoon.  The Rev. F. B. Tobey officiated. Burial was In WilseyviJle Cemetery.

January 6, 1905
The will of the late Eleanor Middaugh was proved and probated in surrogate's court this morning. Attorney J. J. McGuire appeared for the executors and Attorney M. E. Poole for Miles Hallett, a nephew and beneficiary.

Corning ~ 29th day of November, 1883
The people of the State of New York, by the Grace of God free and independent.

To Arad J. Hunt, Mabel J. Hunt, Delilah Van Orsdale, Nancy Thompson, Abigail Teeter, Mariette Manning, Cornelia Wolcott, Delilah Cremer, Elizabeth Snyder, Joseph Aiken,

Lucinda Hemsley, Orson Hallett, Mary Hallett; Seymour Hallett heirs at law, and next of kin of Joseph Hunt, late of the town of Caton, in the County of Steuben, and State of New York, deceased. GREETTI.NG: You, and each of you, are hereby cited and required personally to be and appear in the Surrogate's Court, of the said County of Steuben before our Surrogate of said County, at the office of Spencer & Mills, in the village of Corning, in said Countv, on the 29th day of November, 1883, at twelve o'clock, noon, of that day to attend the proof and probate of the list Will and Testament of said deceased, which relates to both Real and Personal estate, and is presented for proof by Arcihibald S. Wolcott, executor therein named, and hereof fail not; and Seymour Hallett, each and all of the persons hereby cited, or interested in the said matter and proceeding who are under the age of twenty one years, are notified and required to appear by guardian, if such they have, or if they have none, to appear and apply for one to be appointed; or in the event of their failure to do so, a special guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to appear and act for them in the proceeding.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the Seal of Office; of our said Surrogate, to be
Here unto affixed.
[L. S.] Witness, Guy H. McMaster, Surrogate of the said County, at Bath, the 22d day
of September in the year of our Lord, one -thousand eight hundred and eighty-three.
D. M. McMA8TER.
Clerk of the Surrogate’s Court ~ Brown & Hadden,  Attorney’s for Petitioner

Another notice:
The PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YOBK
To Mabel  J. Hunt, Delilah Van Ondale, Nancv Thompson., Abigal Teeter, Mannetta Manning, Cornelia Wolcott. Delilah Creamer, Elisabeth Snyder, Joseph Aiken,  Lucinda Hemsley, Alice Van Atta, Orson Hallett. Mary Hallet, Arad J. Hunt. Seymour Hallett, legatees and devises named in the last will and testament of Joseph Hunt, late of the town of Caton. in the County of Steuben, deceased, Greeting:
You are hereby cited and equired to appear before our Surrogate of our County of Steuben, In our Surrogate Court, on the 25th day of March. 1885, a t one o’clock , afternoon of that day  at the office of Spencer & Mills, in the village of Corning then and there to attend the Judicial Settlement of the accounts of Arad J. Hunt and A. S. Wolcott, as executors of the personal estate of the said deceased; and each and all of the persons hereby cited, or interested in the said matters and proceeding who are under the age of twenty-one
years are notified and required to apnea by guardian, if such they have, or if they have none, to appear and apply for one to be appointed; or in the e vent of their failure to do so, a special guardian will he appointed by the Surrogate to appear and act for them in the proceeding.

CORNING JOURNAL, Wednesday, July 18, 1898
Mrs. Delilah VanArsdale, widow of Jacob VanArsdale, died at the residence of her brother, Arad J. Hunt, Saturday afternoon, July 9, aged eighty-one years. Her husband died in July 1891. She had no children. She had kept house till three weeks ago, when she was taken to
her brother's to be duly cared for.  She had been very deaf for twenty five years, but - her general health had been fair until last winter when she had a paralytic shock. . The deceased was a sister of Mrs. Archie Wolcott, of Caton, and of Mrs. Bitelington Thompson of Corning. She was an intelligent woman, and kindhearted, and was much esteemed by
her circle Of acquaintances and beloved by her relatives.

April 1880—Joseph Hunt, second son of Arad Hunt, of Caton, died at the hospital in
Detroit , on Saturday, aged about twenty- seven. He leaves a wife, daughter of Henry L. Babcock, of Caton. Mr. Hunt went to Detroit three weeks ago to be treated for a diseased leg, and to have it amputated if necessary. The leg was hurt in t h e knee joint two years
and a half ago, and since last summer he has got around on crutches. He was a worthy industrious and respected man, and was a shoemaker by trade, and kept at work till a few weeks ago. On examination by the surgeons of the Hospital, it was found that the thigh
was so diseased by abscess, that it was necessary to amputate near the body. This was done a week before his death. His wife was with him at the time, and on the day of his death she telegraphed that he was dying. Bruce L. Gregory, of Caton, a brother-in-law, left for Detroit,
but did not reach there till Mr. Hunt was dead. The remains came on Monday, and were buried at Caton, the funeral being conducted by Rev. O. N. Roberts, M. E. pastor. Mr. Hunt died, in the hope of a blessed immortality.

1884 Ithaca
John Aiken, an aged gentleman up wards of eighty years of age living about three miles out of Ithaca near the town line between Ithaca and Dryden, died yesterday. His funeral will be held from his late residence at two o'clock to-morrow afternoon.

1879 Corning
Mrs. Cornelia Niver, wife of Weller Niver, died in Caton, Jan. 23, aged nearly thirty years. She was a daughter of Arad Hunt, and leaves two sons, aged two years and four years, respectively. She was a very consistent and useful member of the M. E. Church, and died in the triumphs of faith. Her death is deeply lamented by relatives and friends.

1876 Corning
Miss Charlotte Hunt, daughter of Arad Hunt, of Caton, died recently.

March 26, 1911 Corning
Mrs. Hannah Hunt, wife of the late Arad Hunt , who lived for many years on Thirteenth street, died at the home of her son. William Hunt, in Caton. Thursday, and the funeral will bo held in the Caton church, to-day (Sunday) at 2 p. m. Mr. and, Mrs. Hunt were devout Christians and members of the M. E. church during their life time here. ' She will be buried
beside her husband in the plot near the old homestead In Caton since Mr. Hunt's death she has spent.-much of her time with her daughter. Mrs. B. L. Gregory, of Garfield street, who with one son are left to mourn the loss of a kind and loving parent who has reached the ripe old' age of eighty-six.

July 3, 1931
Meade Reynolds, aged 45. a former resident of this place, died Wednesday, June 24 at the Ithaca Memorial hospital after a lingering illness. Besides his wife he left two daughters Misses Elizabeth and Eleanor and one son. Gardner, all of Ithaca and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Reynolds of Freeville. The funeral services were held at the home on Saturday afternoon and were largely attended by many friends and relatives. The large
sun parlor was full of beautiful floral offerings. Rev. Alfred P. Coman of the First M. B. Church In Ithaca of which Mr. Reynolds was a member, officiated, with Interment In Pleasant Grove cemetery, Ithaca.

WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1917
Waverly, Sept. 12 ~ Mrs. Mary Hallett, aged 55 years, died at 1:45 o’clock Monday afternoon at the home of her cousin, Mrs. John Durham in Elm Street.  She is survived by one brother Seymour Hallett of Elmira.  The funeral was held at 3 o’clock this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Durham.  Rev. Mr. Ayers of Ithaca officiated.  Burial was in East Waverly Cemetery.

Binghamton Press~ Saturday, Dec. 3, 1910
Henry Finnegan, died last evening
9:30 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Seymour Hallett, 10 Pine street.  He is survived by two sons.  Thomas and James, of this city; three daughters, Mrs. Seymour Hallett and Mrs.  T.  Jackson of this city and Mrs. Charles Page of Hornell.  The remains will be taken to Hornell Monday morning at 7 o'clock, where both the funeral and burial will be held.

June 26, 1897
The funeral of the late Anthony Payne, who died at the home of his son Jay Payne, No 30 Madison street, on Thursday morning, aged 69 years, was held this morning at ten o'clock at his late home, and this afternoon at one o'clock at Snyder Hill church. The interment
was in Snyder Hill cemetery. Mr. Payne leaves two sons, Jay of this city and Fred of Ludlowville, and one daughter, Mrs. Wheaton of this city.

ITHACA DAILY HEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 2, 1917.
Mrs. Fannie Snyder.
The funeral of Mrs. Fannie Snyder, 90, widow of John Snyder, who died Wednesday in the Town of Newfleld, was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the home. The Rev. A. C. Wylie
officiated. Interment was in Snyder Hill Cemetery. She leaves a son, Arnold Snyder and a daughter Mrs. Harrison Chapman.

ITHACA DAILY HEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 2, 1917.
The funeral of Stephen Crance, 85, who died Wednesday in West Danby, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the Baptist Church in West Danby. The Rev. Sidney Fisher
will officiate. Interment will be in West Danby Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1917.
William E. Pew, 80, well known resident of Snyder Hill died yesterday afternoon at his home. He leaves a son, Levi Pew. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, from the home and will be private. The Rev. Mr. Taylor of Varna will officiate. Interment
will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, 1916
Jesse Cornell, 66, died at 1 o'clock yesterday at the home of his cousin, Mrs. D. J. Turk, on the Ellis Hollow Road. Mr. Cornell was born and had lived all his life in that section and
was a prominent farmer. The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the home. The -Rev, L.- Rowe Williams will officiate. Interment will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery.

Frank Hollister, 69, died at 7 o’clock last night at his home at Slaterville Springs.  Besides his wife he leaves two sons, L. J. and R. H. Hollister of Slaterville and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Johnson of Dryden and Mrs. E. W. Tripp also of Dryden. Mr. Hollister was born and had always lived at Slatervillle. The cause of death was stated to be heart disease.
The funeral will be held at 11 o'clock Sunday morning, from the residence. N. J. Wilcox will officiate Interment will be in Willow Glen Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY HEWS, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1915.
Mrs. Emily A. English, 83, died at her home, 716 North Cayuga Street yesterday morning. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning from the residence, and will be private. The Rev. John Richards will officiate. Interment will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery. Mrs. English was the widow of Hezekiah English of this city. She leaves a daughter, Mrs.  Florence Head of Ithaca.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1915 .
The funeral of Mrs. Adelaide L. Genung, 68, mother of Mrs. E. M. Chamot of this city, died yesterday afternoon at the Chamot home. 927 East State Street, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the home. Dr. William Elliott Grifths willl officiate. Burial will be made in the Snyder Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Genung leaves a daughter, Mrs. Chamot, wife of Professor E. M. Chamot of the university; a son, Dr. B. W. Genung of Nelson, Pa.; two stepsons. Dr. Homer Genung of Freeville and Claire Genung of Willseyville: two sisters, Mrs. H. G. Warren of Philadelphia and Mrs. J. P. Roe of Milwaukee; three brothers, J. J. Van Ostrand of Rochester, Freeman and George Van Ostrand of West Danby, and one half brother, Michael VanOstrand of West Danby,

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1915
Mrs. Mary L. Edwards, 67, wife of Robert Edwards, died at 6 o'clock last night at her home in Brookton. She leaves her husband, two sons, George Edward of Batavia and
Charles Edwards, of Wilseyville; two brothers, William Allen of Ithaca and Fred Allen, of Brookton and two grandchildren, Pearl and Dwight Edwards of Brookton.
The funeral will be held at' 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in Brookton.  Interment
will be made In the Quick Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY EVENING, March 18th , 1915
Dusenbery, March 18.—W. D. Banfield, aged seventy-six, died Tuesday night, at the home of his niece, Mrs. Zina Dusenbery. He leaves two brothers, J. J. Banfield of this place and Philo Dusenbery of Ithaca. Mr. Dusenbery formerly was a resident of Snyder Hill.  There will be a-prayer service at U o'clock tomorrow morning, at the home The Rev. Mr. Williams will officate. The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the 8nyder Hill Church. Interment will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1918.
The funeral of Benjamin Genung, who died Wednesday, was held yesterday from the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. M. Chamot in East State Street The Rev. E. A. George officiated. Interment was in Snyder Hill Cemetery. The Congregational Church choir, with Mrs. F. B. Atwater taking Mrs. Chamot's place, sang one of Mr. Genung's favorite hymns. Mr. Genung. who was 92 years old, had spent all his life in Tompkins County.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1918.
Mrs. Mary A. Banfield, aged 71 years, wife of H. P. Banfield, died at
3 o'clock this morning at her home, 126 Center Street. Besides her husband,
Mrs. Banfield leaves two sons, C. Banfield of this city, and a daughter,
Mrs.  E. K.  Teeter of Idaho.  A prayer service will be held at 11:11 o'clock Monday morning at the home. The funeral will be held at l o'clock Monday afternoon from the Baptist Church at Snyder Hill.  The Rev.  Mr. Williams will officiate.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1913
Dewitt M. Snyder, aged 66 years, died last night of Bright's Disease at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. J. Snyder, of West Clinton Street Besides this daughter Mr. Snyder leaves
a son, William A. Snyder of Cleveland, Ohio, three grandsons, and a brother, Frank D. Snyder of Snyder Hill, with whom he had resided. The funeral will be held at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the home of the brother at 8nyder Hill.
The Rev. Carl McConnell will officiate. Interment, will be in Snyder Hill Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1913
Albert Mosher of Ellis Is Burned to death in Blaze Which Damages East State
Street Barn — Origin of Blaze is unknown. For the second time within a few weeks a human life has been lost In a comparatively small fire, when early this morning Adelbert Mosher, aged about 50 years, was burned beyond recognition in the blaze that caused about $500 damage to the barn in th e rear of 525 East State Street, owned by F. DeWitt Sincebaugh.
The fire was discovered at 1:20 o'clock this morning by women residing in t h e Osborn Block. They telephoned to police headquarters and Patrolman LaFrance rang in the
alarm. When first discovered the flames seemed to be in the top of the building, but they had spread considerably In the two or three minutes before the companies arrived, owing to the inflammable nature of th e structure and Its contents.  The body was taken to the undertaking rooms of John E. Shea. It will be taken to Ellis Hollow to the home of his mother, Mrs. Eunice Mosher, the only survivor, where the funeral will be held at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Interment will be In the Ellis Hollow Cemetery. (buried in Snyder Hill Cemetery, Town of Dryden)

Ithaca Daily News 1898
Miss. Eva Holland has received the sad news of the death of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Bingham, of Ithaca. The deceased was 87 years of age.  Interment
in Snyder Hill cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY EVENWG, OCTOBER 14, 1913.
Lafayette Hall, aged about 70 years, died last Saturday night at his home, two miles west of Wilseyvllle. The cause of death was stated to be heart disease. Mr. Hall had not been in good health for some time, but apparently was as well as usual Saturday, and his death was unexpected. He leaves his wife, two daughters and a son. The funeral will be held at 1.30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, at the Baptist Church in Wilseyvllle. Interment will be In Wilseyvllle Cemetery.

THE WAVERLY FREE PRESS AND TIOGA COUNTY RECORD, FRIDAY.. MARCH 7, 1913.
DeKalb Hallett. an illness of several weeks. Hallett died Wednesday afternoon at his room in South Waverly. Mr. Hallett was a painter and paper hanger by trade, but had been an invalid for a number of years and for three years had been unable to walk and had used a wheel chair. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Hallett and is survived by three brothers and four sisters all of whom live in Waverly with the exception of one.
The funeral will be held .at the home of his sister, Mrs. John Durham of Elm street, this afternoon at four o'clock.

Ithaca Daily News, Wednesday Evening, May 6, 1914
White Church, May 6.—The funeral of Chester Beardsley, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Beardsley, who died May 2, after a brief illness of pneumonia at the Ithaca hospital, was held yesterday from the Baptist Church in this place. The Rev. Charles B. Bogardus officiated. Burial was in Green Mound Cemetery.  (Green Mound Cemetery known today as Lane Cemetery, Town of Caroline, NY)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1918
Herbert A. Cooper, aged16, died at the City Hospital at 5 o’clock this morning. The funeral will be held in the Methodist Episcopal Church at West Danby at 11 o'clock on Monday
morning. The Rev. Mr. Fisher will officiate. Interment will be in the cemetery at West Danby.  Herbert Cooper leaves his mother and a sister, Miss Pearl Cooper of Newark,
N. Y.

ITHACA, N. Y., TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1910
Was 75 Year, of Age, Had Spent Life Near Willseyville.
WILLSEYVILLE,  N. Y.. Sept. 27. — The funeral of Ira Hoose, who died at his home here Sunday night, was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon, from the church. The Rev. Charles
Bogardus of White Church officiate, interment was in Willseyville Cemetery., Mr.  Hoose was 75 years old.  The cause of his death was Bright's disease. He had resided in this vicinity all his life, Mr. Hoose leaves, besides his wife, a daughter, Mrs, Minnie A. Hasbrouck of New York City, a son, Asa M. Hoose of this place, a brother, Harrison Hoose, who also resides In this village, and a sister, Mrs. Susan Whitley at Ithaca.

Sept. 17, 1915
William N. Burger, a veteran of the Civil War, who Uvea near Ludlowville,
died at 12:25 o'clock this afternoon. He was 86 years of age. Mr. Burger had been for nearly 50 years sexton of Pine Grove Cemetery at Ludlowvllle. Besides his wife he leaves three sons, Frank, Adelbert of Syracuse and Willis of Groton, and a daughter, Mrs. Sarah Overbaugh of Groton. The funeral arrangements have not been completed.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 10, 1917.
The funeral of Mrs. Charity Burger, who died yesterday at her home in
Ludlowville, will be held at 1:30 o'clock next Tuesday afternoon, from the home. The Rev. J. C. Crooker will officiate. Interment will be in Pine Grove Cemetery;

AUBURN, NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1894
Mrs. Louise A. Hedger, widow of the late William J. Hedger of Slaterville Springs, and mother of Mrs. Dr. William R. Laird of 97 North Street died at the home of her daughter this morning, after a lingering illness. The deceased was in her 74th year and was a lady of many rare traits of character, charitable, generous and always in sympathy with the poor and oppressed. For some time past she has been a patient sufferer, but bore up bravely. She was a Christain woman in the true sense of the word. Mrs. Dr. Laird is the only member of her family that survives her, another daughter, Mrs. Dixon of Port Byron, having died a
few days ago. Brief funeral services will be held at her daughter's home, 97 North street, to-morrow after which the remains will be taken to Slaterville Springs for interment.

Amsterdam Recorder Tuesday, February 6, 1973
ST. JOHNSVILLE — Lyman S. Martin, 77, of Allen Heights, St. Johnsville RD 1, died yesterday in Little Falls Hospital where he was taken by SAVAC after being stricken at his
home. He was born in Slaterville Springs, March 17, 1895, the son of James and Eleanor Smith Martin. He had resided here 45 years. He was employed by the Dairyman's League and the Palatine Dyeing Co. in St. Johnsville, and more recently by the Town and Village of St. Johnsville until his retirement about two years ago.  Martin was married in 1928 in St. Johnsville to Mabel Atkinson,  who survives.  Besides his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Miss Marilyn Martin of St. Johnsville and one son, Donald Martin of Biloxi, Miss.; a niece, nephew and a cousin. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Lull
Funeral Home, here, with the Rev. William Gilpin, pastor of Grace Congregational United
Church of Christ, officiating. Burial will be in West St. Johnsville Cemetery at a later date. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4
and 7 to 9 p.m.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS. TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 25, 1913
Miss Estira Hasbrouck, aged 75, died at 12:30 o'clock today at the city hospital. She was born and had always lived in Slaterville Springs. She is survived by five nieces, Mrs. Franklin Smith of Slaterville Springs, "Mrs. Charles Beckett, Mrs. George Austin, Mrs. Daniel Tuttle and Miss Katherine Hasbrouck of New York City, and one nephew, Samuel K. Hasbrouck also of New York City. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the home of Mrs. Franklin Smith of Slaterville Springs. The Rev. Mr. Taylor will officiate. Burial will be made in the West Slaterville Cemetery.

Died at Slaterville Springs, N. Y., Sunday Dec. 20, 1891 of grip.
John Lawrence, aged 60 years . He is survived by his wife and six children -
Mrs. A. S.  Hornbeck, Slaterville Springs,  W. A. Lawrence, Owego; B . M. Lawrence, Groton; Charles Lawrence , Candor; Mrs. Charles Heath, Caroline;  Edwin  L . , S laterville Springs.
The funeral was held yesterday at late residence at 1 p.m.

Feb. 10, 1915
Mrs. Ellis Davenport died suddenly Feb. 10,  at her home in Groton. Besides her husband she leaves two daughters, Mrs. John Knapp, Cortland; Mrs. A. H. Gibson, Groton; a son, Raymond Davenport, Slaterville; two sisters, Mrs. John E. Bull, Ithaca;  Mrs. Edward Pew, Snyder Hill; a brother, Alonzo Van Pelt, Dryden. The funeral was held from the home Saturday.  The Rev. Meyers officiated. Interment was in Willow Glen Cemetery.

Feb. 15, 1915
Ellis Middaugh, aged 50, died at noon today, at his home, 123 Center Street, after an illness of several months. Besides his wife he leaves two brothers, George and Harry W. Middaugh of this city; five sisters, Mrs. W. B. Schutt, Hibbard Corners; Mrs. Charles Banfield and Miss Anna Middaugh. Ithaca; Mrs. E. L. Weaver, Dryden; Mrs. Sidney Pritchard, Ithaca.
The funeral will be held at 2 ‘clock Wednesday afternoon from the home.
The Rev. John C. B. Moyer will officiate.

ITHAUA DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31, 1913
Charles Ostrander, Jr., of Danby, was found dead yesterday morning, in his tenant house, across the highway from his home. Apoplexy is stated to be the cause of death.
Mr. Ostrander Vent to the stables about 7 o'clock yesterday morning, to care for his stock and was not again seen alive. About 11 o'clock when he had not returned search was made.
The body was discovered by his brother-in-law, Charles Thornton, lying on the floor of the tenant house, which was unoccupied. It is supposed Mr. Ostrander had gone to the tenant
house which was used as a storehouse, and had there been stricken. Besides his wife he leaves a daughter, Miss Emma Ostrander, a son, Oriy Ostrander; four brothers, Fred and
Jerry Ostrander of Danby, Oiry Ostrander of Wisconsin and Grover 0strander of Candor, and three sisters, Mrs. Alonzo Collins of Lansing, Mrs. Frank Hulbert of Spencer and Mrs.
Clarissa Ostrander of Chautaugua County. The funeral will be held at. 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, from the home. The home. The Rev. B. Frank Tobey will officiate. Interment will be in Rural Cemetery.  (Died Oct. 30, 1913)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, MONDAY EVENING, FEB.  27, 1911
The funeral of Miss Helen Letts, who died Thursday, will be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning from the home at Adams Settlement. The Rev. B. F. Tobey will officiate. Interment
will be in the Adams Settlement Cemetery

1897
Tbe funeral of the late Gersham Hanford was held at his late residence, No.
84 South Aurora Street, s t 11 o'clock this morning. The remains were conveyed
to Danbv where they were interred in the Adams' Settlement cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, FEIDAY EVENING, MAY 25,1917
Mrs. Samatha M. Hanford widow of Warren Hanford, died at 122 Lake
Avenue, last evening. She was born in Barton, Tioga County, in 1833, and leaves a brother, Nathan Lamoreaux of Halsey Valley, and three children, George Hanford of Elmira, and Mary and Nathan Hanford of this city. The funeral will be held at 8 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the residence. Burial will be in Mandeville Cemetery, Danby.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, N0VEMBER 26, 1915.
Mrs. Caroline E. Mandeville, widow of Dr. Edgar W, Mandeville, died Nov. 24th in Schenectady. The body will he brought here tonight over the Lehigh Valley. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning from the Presbyterian Church. The Rev. John A. Macintosh will officiate. Interment will be in the Mandeville Cemetery in Danby. 
Mrs.  Mandeville was born in Ithaca in 1845.  She leaves two sons, Herbert C. , of Elmira and Edgar W. Mandeville of Brooklyn.  Doctor Mandeville was a brother to Mrs. F. W. Phillips of this city.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, N0VEMBER 26, 1915.
Mrs. Harriet J. Snyder, 76, widow of William H. Snyder, died at 3 o'clock this morning at her home in Newfield, after a week's illness from pneumonia. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Minnie Bruce and a son Chauncey H. Snyder, both of Newfield.
The funeral will b* held at'2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, from the home. The Rev. C. H Turner will officiate.  Interment will be in Inlet Valley Cemetery.

June 1899
—This morning at five o'clock occurred tbe death of Mrs. Polly Fuller at the
residence of her daughter Mrs. David Letts on West Port street. The notice
of the funeral will be given later.

June 1899
The funeral of the late Polly Fuller was held this morning from the residence of her daughter Mrs. David Letts, Wert Port Street. Rev. R. T. Jones was the officiating clergyman. The services were largely attended and the remains were laid at rest in the City Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1916
John Letts, aged 86, a "veteran of the civil War, died yesterday afternoon at his home, 815 Humboldt Street after a brief Illness. Mr. Letts served his country while a member of Company D of the 137th regiment of New York Volunteers. He was a member of Sidney Post, 41, G. A. R.  His wife, a daughter, Mrs. Lucy Bagalle, a son, George Letts, and a brother David Letts, all of this city survive. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the Inlet Mission, and will be in charge of Sidney Post.   The Rev. Rowes Williams will officiate. Interment will be in Hayt's Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1916
Mrs. Margaret E. Ward Cummings, aged 76, widow of Augustus Cummlngs, died Monday evening after a lingering illness, at the home of her son, Edgar Cummings, 202 Fayette
Street Mrs. Cummings was born at Van Etten and came here to reside about eight years ago after living for many years in the Town of Danby. The funeral was held at 2 o'clock
this afternoon from the home of her son. The Rev. B. F. Tobey, of Danby officiated. Interment was in Lake View Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, MAY 18, 1903
Mrs. Emeline Edsall died at her home, No. 508 Utica street, yesterday of heart trouble. The deceased was 60 years old. She left a husband, John Edsall, four daughters and one son, Mrs. William Loveless, Mrs. John Burns, Mrs. Charles McRary. Miss Alice Edsall and Joseph Edsall, all of Ithaca. Two sisters. Mrs. Joseph Genung of Snyder Hill,  Mrs. Merritt Perry of Ithaca, and three brothers, David Cornelius of Ithaca, Smith Cornelius of Berkshire and Henry; Cornelius of Chicago also survive. The funeral will be held at her late residence at 2 o'clock, Tuesday, May 19th.

1928
Last rites were held Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Rhoda C. Hazen. aged 69 at her late home in Groton.. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. George Overacker and Mrs. Merton Cornelius of Ithaca; Mrs. Leafie Stevens of Dryden: Mrs. Myrtle Keasling of Groton; also a
Son,  Earl Hazen of Groton; and two sisters,. Mrs. Clarence Laird and Mrs. Truman June of Santa Monica, Cal.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1912.
Mrs. Angelina Genung, aged about 84 years, widow of Jacob P. Genung, died at 7:36 o'clock this morning, at the home of her son, Wilbur Genung, at Ellis. She leaves three daughters,
Mrs. David Cornelius and Mrs. John Lee of this city, and Mrs. Oscar Baker of Danby, besides the son at whose home she died. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, from the home. Interment will be at Snyder Hill Cemetery.

The Genoa Tribune, Genoa, NY ~ Nov. 14, 1930
Harrison Hoaglin died Nov. 2, 1930 at the home of his son Raymond Hoaglin.
He is survived by his wife Phebe Hoaglin, three daughters; Stella Herrick of Richford, Mrs. Chester Mills and Mrs. Morris Horton, one son Raymond.  Burial was made in Snyder Hill Cemetery.

THE WAVERLY FREE PRESS AND TIOGA COUNTY RECORD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
Richford, NY  ~ James Sears, living near Speedsvllle, died very suddenly Sunday morning.
He had gone to a neighbor's to help care for a sick cow and fell dead without any warning. He had not been very woll for several years, but was able to attend to his farm duties and

even his nearest friends did not know that he had any serious heart trouble. Mr. Sears was 75 years of age, was born in the town of Richford and lived here until a few years ago, when he moved near Speedsville. Mr. Sears was, very much respected. He held several offices of trust in this town, and has many friends who are shocked, and saddened

by his sudden death.  Ho leaves a wife and two sons; John Sears of Harford Mills, and Jesse Sears who lives on a farm adjoining his father. The funeral was held at the home Wednesday and burial was in East Richford cemetery.

THE WAVERLY FREE PRESS AND TIOGA COUNTY RECORD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
PROSPECT VALLEY
Oct. 22—Horace Tucker died at thehome of his niece. Mrs. Isaac Whitley, oil Tuesday, Oct. 15, aged 71 years; His funeral was held from the house on Thursday, Rev. G. E. VanWort officiating; burial at Willssyville.  He is survived by his widow and four sons; sister, Mrs. Sarah Stevens of Willseyyllle,  besides a host of friends.  (Smith Valley Cemetery, Willseyville)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, WESNDAY EVEING, OCTOBER 24, 1917.
Jesse N. English, 69 of Snyder Hill, one of the best known and most prosperous farmers of Tompkins County died at 11:30 o'clock last night at his home, after a long Illness. He leaves a son, Myron T. English of Ithaca, and a sister, Mrs. Jennie Sears of Snyder Hill.
The funeral win be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the home. The Rev. L. Rows Williams of Ithaca, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Taylor of Varna, will officiate. Interment will be in East Lawn Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, January 14, 1911
"Mrs. Marian Everetts, aged 78 years, died last night at the Blue Front Mission,
following a short illness from pneumonia.  She leaves  three sons, David Cuffman
of Ellis Hollow; William Cuffman of this city and John Cuffman of Geneva; a sister, Mrs. J..G. Clark of Trumansburg. The funeral will fee held from the mission at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The Rev. Wallace E. Brown will officiate. Interment will be in Grove Cemetery at Trumansburg.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 11, 1913
Mrs. Elizabeth Middaugh, aged 86 years, died at 11:50 o'clock last night, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Theo Hildebrandt, in the Town of Ithaca. She leaves six daughters, Mrs.
Theo Hildebrandt, Ithaca; Mrs. Hugh Personious, Lakewood, Wash.; Mrs. Carrie McDonald, Ithaca; Miss Hattie Middaugh, Cortland, and Miss Fannie Wright and Mrs. Orena Sweet of
Ithaca; and two sons, Charles and Benjamin Middaugh of Ithaca. The funeral will be held at 11 o'clock Saturday morning, from the home. The Rev. John A. Macintosh" will officiate. Interment will be in East Lawn Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1918
DeWitt Baker, aged 66 years, died last night at his home, on Snyder Hill after a long illness. Mr. Baker was a well known farmer of this vicinity, where he spent his whole life. He was born in Dryden. Surviving him are his wife, one son, Oswald Baker, of Snyder Hill, two sisters, Mrs. Emma G. Jrane, of Elmira, and Mrs. Ella V. Crane, of Lockwood, and two brothers, C. Lincoln Baker, of Lockwood, and Augustus Baker, of this city, also a number of nephews and nieces.  Funeral services will be held at the home on Friday afternoon at 2
o'clock, the Rev. George R. Baker, paster of the First Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be in East Lawn cemetary.  (his wife was Elizabeth Presher who he married in 1905)

This morning at 3 o'clock occured the death of Truman Baker of bowel trouble, aged 71 years.  Mr. Baker was a highly respected citizen of this city, and leaves one daughter, Mrs. Charles Ribble.  The funeral will be held from the late residence, No 101 North Tioga street, on Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. The Interment will take place in the Ellis Hollow cemetery.

THE CITIZEN ADVISTISER, AUBURN, NY, SATURDAY, September 4, 1948
Ithaca, N. T., Sept. 4 th  ~ Delbert Martin, 66, of Trumansburg, died today in an Ithaca
hospital of injuries suffered August 27 when he fell from a hay wagon. The accident occurred on a farm near Watersburg.  (burial was in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Ithaca)

MAY 31, 1978
Mr. Howard O. Crispell, age 64, of 16 Buffalo Road, Slaterville Springs, was pronounced dead on arrival at Tompkins County Hospital on May 23. 1978. He was born in the Town of Caroline April 3,1914, son of the late William B. and Martha L. Hildebrant Crispell and lived in the Ithaca area most of his life. He was a member of the Caroline Valley Federated
Church of Brooktondale and the Ithaca Moose Lodge. He was employed as a machinist at Therm, Inc. for the past 22 years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Dolores Rose Crispell of Slaterville Springs; a son, Bruce Crispell of Ithaca; two daughters, Miss Priscilla Crispell and Mrs. John (Christina) Hilton, both of Ithaca; a stepson, Philip Compton and a step-daughter.
Miss Cora Compton, both at home; his step-father, Norris Crispell of Dryden; and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services were held Friday, May 26th, in the Caroline Valley Federated Church in Brooktondale with the Rev. Howard Caldwell, Pastor of the church, officiating. Interment was in Quick Cemetery, Brooktondale. Memorials may be made to the Caroline Valley Federated Church, the Heart Fund or the Southern Tier New York Chapter National Multiple Sclerosis Society, P. O.
Box 6, Ithaca, NY 14850.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1903
Alexander Onan, formerly of the town, of  Dryden, died last Friday at the county house, aged 84 years. Death was due chiefly to old age. The deceased is survived by relatives in Dryden, where the remains have been sent for burial.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 1903
The funeral over the remains of the late Alexander Onan, who died
Sunday afternoon in Ulysses, was held at 3.30 p. m. yesterday. The
Rev. R. T. Jones officiated. The remains were laid' at rest in the family
plot in East Lawn cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1917.
David Letts, 95, died at 2 o'clock this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ida Domino, 502 Madison Street. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Domino and Mrs. Frances Oltz
and two sons, Willard and Willis Letts, of this city. Mr. Letts had lived in Ithaca all his life. He was one of the early residents of this section and was one of those who figured in Grace Miller White's "Tess of The Storm Country" as a "squatter." He was a boat builder by trade and has built many canal boats. The funeral will be held at 1:80 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, from the Domino home, and at 2 o'clock from the Inlet Mission. The Rev.
Schuyler C. Henry will officiate. Interment will be in the City Cemetery

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 3, 1904
Emeline Letts , wife of David Letts of No. 429 West Port Street, died of pneumonia at 2 o'clock this morning at her home. She had been ill about a week. Mrs. Letts had been a resident of Ithaca for 60 years . She was 69 years old. The funeral will be held at 2 p.
m. Saturday and burial will be made in this city. The deceased is survived by her
husband, a daughter, Mrs. Bert Eggleston of Canastota, two sons, Willard and Willis of Ithaca, and two brothers , Theodore Fuller of Wellsboro, Pa., and Seth Fuller of Cortland.
(buried in Ithaca City cemetery; Seth Fuller, her brother may be in error for her half -brother Seth Delong)

1899 Ithaca Dailey News
The funeral of the late Polly Fuller was held this morning from the residence of her daughter Mrs. David Letts, West Port Street. Rev. R. T. Jones was the officiating clergyman. The services were largely attended and the remains were laid at rest in the city cemetery.

1898
Yesterday morning at 5 o'clock occurred the death of William Letts of No. 174 1/2 West Port Street, after an illness of several months He was aged 68 years. Mr. Letts leaves a widow and one daughter, Mrs. William Lang. The funeral will be held from the late
residence on Sunday at 7 p. m. The interment will be in the city cemetery. Mrs. Beebe, the city missionary, will officiate.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1899
The death of Mrs. Sarah VanHouter, wife of William VanHouter, occurred at the residence No. 118 Weat Buffalo street yesterday, of chronic bronchitis, at the age of 64 years. She leaves a husband and one daughter, Mrs. William Lovell. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. C. L. Connel officiating. The interment will take place in the City cemetery.  (Note: Sarah was married 1st to Daniel Letts, she had children by this marriage also, Freddie age 5 drown, Catherine  and Caroline Letts Hyde, age 35 drown.  She also had a son Harry VanHouter age 12 drown)

1898
Smith D. Stevens, a well known citizen of Caroline died yesterday surrounded by his family, in the sixty-fifth year of his age. He leaves a wife and one son, Fred A, to mourn his loss with many other relatives and friends. Mr. Stevens was the youngest and only remaining one of the family of Harry Stevens one of the earliest settlers of the town of Caroline. He owned end lived upon the old homestead which was cleared up by his father, where a family of three sons end three daughters were reared; ell of whom are now dead. He was a brother-in-law of Fred J. and E C. Marsh of this city. The funeral will occur Saturday at one o'clock at his late residence.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1902
Mrs . Delight Schutt Pastes Away- Had Beeu Sickly For Some Time—
Funeral Monday.
Mrs. Delight Schutt died this morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. William Kisor No. 625 West Clinton street. Mrs. Schutt who was 91 years old had been sickly for some time and her death was due to old age. The funeral will be held from the home of her daughter Monday at 11 o'clock. Interment will be made in Schoonmaker's cemetery In the town of
Caroline.  (Note: Central Chapel Cemetery now, town of Caroline, NY [Delight Bishop, wife of Abram Schutt)

1898
Archie VanOrman died at his nephew's home (Myron VanOrman's) at Buttermilk
Falls yesterday morning, aged 92 years. The funeral will be held at his nephew's home Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment in the Inlet Valley cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, FREDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3,1917.
Mrs. Jacob VanOrman, 59, died yesterday. Besides her husband she leaves a son, Ray VanOrman of Interlaken. The funeral will be held at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the VanOrman home on the Five Mile Drive. Dr. R. T. Jones will officiate. Interment will be in the Inlet Valley Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, MONDAY  EVENING, FEBRUARY 5, 1906.
Mrs. Rebecca Myers, formerly of Ithaca, died at her home In Genoa at 6 p. m. Sunday. She was 65 years old.  She is survived by her husband, one son. Hugh,  two daughters, Mrs. Jesse Jacobs of Genoa and Mrs. Mary Crance of Newfield, a brother. Jacob VanOrman,  and three sisters, Mrs. Horace Shaw and the Misses Mary A. and Almira VanOrman of Ithaca.   The funeral will be held from the home of her sister, Mrs. Shaw, At, No. 430 South Geneva Street at 11 a. m. Wednesday, interment will be made in the Inlet Valley cemetery.

FEBRUARY 9 1906
Mrs Rebecca, wife of Abram Myers died at her late home in Genoa, Sunday
Feb 4, at 6 p m , after an illness of several weeks, aged 65 years. Besides her husband, she is survived by one son' Hugh, and two daughters, Mrs Jesse Jacobs of Genoa, and Mrs Mary
Crance of Newfield.— She also leave* one brother, Jacob VanOrman, and three sisters. Mrs Horace Shaw and the Misses Mary A and Almira VanOrman, all of Ithaca. The funeral took
place at the home of Mrs Horace Shaw, 430 South Geneva street, in Ithaca on Wednesday, Feb 7, at 11 a m. Burial at the Inlet Valley cemetery.

THE ELMIRA GAZETTE AND FREE PRESS,  March 18, 1895
The death of John M, Smith occurred at noon Friday at his home in the town of Dryden, Tompkins County. Mr. Smith had been failing for months and he was so low a week or more ago that a premature report of his demise gained currency. He was one of the most prominent residents of his town and represented it in the board of supervisors for several terms. He also filled with ability various other minor offices. He was a brother of William M. Smith of Ithaca and of Mrs. Azael Lawrence and Mrs. William Snyder of Dryden. Mr. Smith is survived* by his widow but leaves no children.

Dailey Journal, Ithaca, Tuesday, August 30, 1870
SNYDER—In Dryden. Aug. 29 th , 1870, Henry Snyder, aged 89 years, 8 months, and 27 days.  Mr. Snyder was among the oldest settlers of the town of Dryden, having moved into the town and settled on the farm near what is known as the eight square school house, where he lived, in 1801—thus living in the same place 69 years. He was a man of exemplary character—a pioneer of civilization, and raised up a family of children who do honor to the town,— eight of whom are still living, one of whom is William W. Snyder, at present one of the Superintendents of the Poor of this county. He has lived to see his descendants of the fourth generation, and died full of years, and his memory is held in esteem by his whole neighborhood.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL, 17, I916
Mrs. Margaret Terwllliger, 72, wife of Harrison Terwilliger, died at 9 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of her son, 214 Madison Street.  Besides her husband she leaves four
sons, Elmer, Melvin, John and William Terwilliger and three sisters, Mrs. Adelbert Schryver and Mrs. Harriet Barrett of this city. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the Terwilliger home, 247 Humboldt Street. The Rev. Henry P. Horton will officiate. Interment will be in Fisher's Cemetery. (Now Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1917
Mrs. Lydia A. Sincebaugh, 89, died at 7 o'clock last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jeannette Ostrander of Danby.  Besides Mrs. Ostrander, Mrs. Sincebaugh leaves another daughter, Mrs. Lillian Cornish of Newfield and a son, St. Clair Sincebaugh of Newfield. Mrs. Sincebaugh had lived In Newfield nearly all her life.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, from the home of Mrs. Ostrander. The Rev. B. Frank Tobey will officiate. Interment will be in Fisher's Cemetery.  (Now Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS. TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 25, 1913
Mrs. Anna E, Sincebaugh, aged 67, died at 10:20 o'clock at the home of her son, Maynard Sincebaugh, 209 South Plain Street. She is survived. besides her son, by one brother, Thales Sincebaugh of Jervis, N. Y., and one sister, Mrs. Jacob of this city. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon from the home. The Rev. J. C. B. Moyer of the State Street Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be made at Fisher's Cemetery. (Now Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY EVENING,  JAN. 16, 1917.
Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Crawford, 81. died at 12:no o'clock this morning at the home of her daughter,  Mrs. James L. Murphy, 818 North Aurora Street. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Morton Oltz of Auburn; a son, John K. Crawford of Batnhridge,
N. Y , two brothers, James R. Knickerbocker of Newfieid and DoBois Knickerbocker of Newark, N. Y.  and two sisters, Mrs. S. n Dean and Mrs. A. J. Decker of this city. Mrs. Crawford was a member of tag Baptist Church. The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock
Thursday afternoon from the Murphy home, and will be private except for near friends and relatives. The Rev. George R. Baker will officiate. Interment will be in Fisher's Cemetery. (Now Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1917
Richard E. Giltner, 71, died at 2:30 o'clock this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. J. Batterson, 528 West Buffalo Street He leaves three daughters. Miss Ethel Giltner of
Erie, Pa., Mrs. M. S. Melville, of Trenton, Ont, and Mrs. Batterson, at whose home he died. He also leaves five sons, Dr. L. T. Giltner of East Lansing, Mich., H. B. Giltner, Auburn, L.C. Giltner of the Isle of Pines, West Indies and R, D. Giltner of Smithneid, Pa., and a sister, Miss Anna Giltner of Chicago., The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, 'from the Batterson home and will be private. The Rev. George R. Raker will officiate. Interment
will be in Fisher's Cemetery.  (Now Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1916.
Mrs. H. H. VanGorder (Emma died Sunday at her home on the Inlet Road, after three weeks' Illness of a complication of diseases. Besides her husband she leaves two sons, James and Walter VanGorder and three daughters, Mrs. Rose Miller, Mrs. Cassie Hehbe and Mrs Leona Cummings, and four brothers. Richard, George, James and Eli Thayer of Elmira.
The funeral was held yesterday morning, from the home. The Rev. John C. B. Moyer officiated. Interment was In Fisher's Cemetery. (Now Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 1914
Mrs. Esther E. Skinner, aged 66 years, died at 10 o’clock last night at her home, 618 West Clinton Street.  She leaves four daughters, Mrs. E. Boyce and Miss Ida M. Skinner of this city, and Mrs. Fred Boyce of Newfield and Mrs. Joseph Burns of Candor:  four sons, Robert C. Olin J. and Leon R. Skinner of Ithaca, and E. Curtis Skinner of Brookton: two sisters, Mrs. M. E. Skinner, Niagara Falls, and Mrs. L. J. Croft of Milwankee, and a brother, George W. Connelly of Chicago.  The funeral will be held at 2 o’clock next Sunday afternoon, from the home.  The Rev. John A. Macintosh will officiate.  Interment will be in Fisher’s Cemetery.  (Now Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca)

 ITHACA DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1910
Mrs. Susan Whitley, aged 85 years, died -this afternoon at the home of her
son, E. M. Whitley, 408 Lake Street. A brief funeral service will be held
at 10 a., m. Sunday. The Rev. S. S. Vose wlil officiate. Interment will be
In Lane Cemetery in Caroline.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1906
White Church, ~  Jacob Lane died Friday afternoon, aged 87 years. Besides a widow, he leaves two daughters, Mrs. C. Bogardus of this place and Mrs. Mary VanEtten of Waverly. The funeral was held Monday afternoon from his late home. Burial was made in the Lane cemetery.

Ithaca Daily News ~ DIES IN HIS CHAIR ~ 1898
Mr. Isaiah Sincebaugh
Yesterday morning Mrs. Isaiah Sincebaugh left her home near Newfield to spend the day with her daughter in Newfleld. Mr. Sincebaugh was in his usual health and her son, St. Clair, was 1 ploughing in the field nearby.  About four o'clock in the afternoon, he heard a
horn blow, but, thought it was at the brick yard. About one hour later he again heard a horn and looking toward the house saw his father beckoning for him. When he reached the house his mother and sister arrived and upon reentering the house they found the old gentleman dead in his chair, Mr. Sincebaugh was a man highly respected by the community, and was 76 years of age. He leaves a widow, two daughters and one son; Mrs. R. S. McCorn and Mrs. Sylvester Cornish of Newfleld, and St. Clair; who lived at home. The funeral
will be held from the late residence Sunday at 2 p. m. Interment in Fisher's cemetery. (Now Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca)

Ithaca Daily News ~ 1897/98
William Duncan, who was stricken with apoplexy on Saturday night, died yesterday, aged 80 years. He was born May 16th, 1817, in New London, Conn. When fourteen years of age he came to Newfleld, where on May 23rd, 1842, he was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Ramsey, He moved to Una city in 1844. He leaves a widow and one daughter,
Mrs. D. A. Bower of Brooklyn. The funeral will be held from his late residence, No. 62 West Seneca street, on Thursday morning at ten o'clock. The interment will be in Fisher's cemetery. Rev. R T. Jones will officiate.  (died Sep 13, 1897, Fisher’s Cemetery is now Inlet Valley Cemetery, Ithaca)

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY EVENING, JANNUARY 9, 1915.
White Church, Jan. 9th 1915
The remains of Mrs.  Sarah Anderson of Syracuse were brought here Monday and buried In Lane Cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7, 1905
Willseyville, Nov. 7.
Miss Ann Lane, died at the residence of her brother, Horace Lane, on Tuesday morning, aged 89 years of old age. Miss Lane had lived here- nearly all her life and was highly respected for her many Christian graces. She leaves two brothers, Jacob and1 Horace Lane. Funeral was held at the residence on Thursday, the Rev. A. B. Woodworth officiating. Burial was made in the Lane cemetery.

ITHACA DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1905
News of the death of Daniel Stevens of White Church has reached this place. The funeral was held from the church Wednesday, April 5, at 1 p. m. Interment was in the Lane
Cemetery.

Ithaca Daily News ~ 1903
MRS. DAVID STEVENS DIES.
White Church, April 2.  Mrs. Sallie Sawyer Stevens, wife of David Steyens, died at her home in this place Tuesday night, about 12 o'clock, of heart failure. — Besides her husband, she left two sons, Rollo of this place and George Stevens of Ithaca. The funeral will be held Thursday at 11 o'clock. (died 31 Mar 1903) She was the daughter of Henry & Hannah (Stevens) Sawyer.

MRS, SOPHIA FOOTE,
Ithaca Daily News 1898
SOPHIA FOOTE
funeral will be held from the jate residence, at No. 114 West Mill street, on Sunday at 2:30 p. m.
The interment will take place in the city cemetery.

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