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ADAMY, David C. s/o Cornelius & Marietta (KINNEY) ADAMY, b. May 18, 1865 in Oswego County, d. Jan 9, 1946. Resident of Dryden. Survived by: a son Glen H. ADAMY of Marathon. Buried, Willow Glen Cemetery.
ALLEN, George R. of Chicago, formerly of Ithaca d. 9 Sept 1955. Burial in Quick Cemetery, Brooktondale.
ARMSTRONG, Blanche w/o T. J. ARMSTRONG, d. Jan 8, 1946, aged 72 yrs, at Ithaca, d/o Francis & Emma GROVER. Survived by: daus Mrs. Lena A. SCOTT, Mrs. Edna KING of Elmira; son Raymond of Cortland, brother Elmer GROVER of Penn, and 4 grandchildren.
ARMSTRONG, Jane Wilson widow of John E., d. May 24, 1953, age 68, of Montreal, Canada, d/o Frank G. & Eugenia (DRAKE) WILSON of Ithaca, Survived by: son Edwin ARMSTRONG; dau, Mrs Leslie WADE.
ARMSTRONG, Rebecca Ann d/o Lawrence ARMSTRONG, b. Sept 29, 1947; d. Aug 12, 1952, of Dryden. Survived by: Brother David, maternal grandmother Mrs. Edna VAN PELT, paternal grandmother Mrs Nellie SATTERLY.
BAKER, H. Lena w/o William H. BAKER, d. Oct 24, 1947, age 81, of Ithaca, d/o Charles W. EARL & Ella L. (MINTON) EARL of Ithaca. Survived by: sister Miss L. Louise EARL of Ithaca.
BAKER, Johanna L. w/o Wilbur BAKER, d. Dec 8, 1946 of Ithaca, Survived by: dau Mrs Ralph C. PHILLIPS of Ithaca; Son, Carl S. BAKER, of Ithaca.
BANNISTER, Alfred widow of Margaret BANNISTER, d. Dec 7, 1946, age 70, of Inverness, Fla. 2 dau. Miss Margaret BANNISTER & Miss Mary BANNISTER of Pittsburgh, Pa. Sister Mrs. Mary CORNISH of Waverly & three Brothers Anglyical A, Edward & Thomas all of Ithaca.
BARNUM, Amelia M. w/o Edwin G. BARNUM, d. Apr 29, 1952, age 84 at Speedville, Survived by: dau Mrs. Alfred MUNCH in Caroline Center, son Eugene BARNUM of Virgil.
BATES,Frances w/o Jacob BATES, d. 1915, age 87, of Tompkins County. Survived by: dau Mrs. DeBorden WILMOT, son Wilbur J. BATES.
BEAMES, Louis C III widow, Mrs, Alta M. BEAMES, b. Aug 24, 1883 at West Davenport, d. Apr 14, 1952 S/o Benjamin & Anna Woodcock BEAMES. Survived by: dau Mrs William BURGESS, 3 sons, Stanley of Groton, Walter of Cortland, & Dwight of Los Angeles, Ca. 4 sisters: Mrs. I. MACDOUGAL, Mrs. Grover BARNES, of West Davenport, Mrs. Olin ARCHER of Brainbridge, Mrs. Leslie HAMMON of Delhi.
BISHOP, Dean Alexander s/o Roger E. BISHOP, d. May 9, 1951, age 5 months. Of Trumansburg. Survived by: brother Roy Allen BISHOP, paternal grandparents Mr & Mrs James R. BISHOP & maternal grandfather Alexander SEPOS, all of Ithaca.
BLAISDELL, Gordon widow, Carrie Kimbell BLAISDELL, d. Jan 11, 1946, age 74 yrs. Survived by: son Leon G. of Ithaca, 2 daus, Mrs Mabel BOEKHOUT of Tampa, Fla., & Miss Gladys BLAISDELL of Ithaca. Sister Mrs Arthur BROWN of Parish. Interment at family plot in Lake View Cemetery.
BLAKE, George C. d. Oct 18, 1946, aged 65 yrs, at Memorial Hospital, Survived by: 2 sisters Mrs. Wilhelmina LORD, Miss Nina BLAKE, both of Elmira, a brother Percy A. BLAKE of Attica.
BOGARDUS, Cora May w/o LaMotte Bogardus, d. Nov. 30, 1946, age 71. Survived by: sister Mrs Anna JEWELL. Nephew, Burt W. JEWELL both of Ithaca. Interment in Lake View Cemetery.
BOSSARD, Mrs. Elizabeth M. 68 year old widow of Charles E. BOSSARD, following a brief illness. Survived by: daus. Jessie GENUNG of Ithaca, Nettie KIBBE of Genesee, Pa., and Mrs. Florence McMILLAN of Paris, Texas; one son, Arthur A. BOSSARD of Enfield. Interment in Hoyt's Cemetery. April 22, 1924.
BOSSARD, Neomah 15 year old dau. of Mr. & Mrs. Fred BOSSARD of West Groton. Survived by: her parents, sisters Altha, and Marjorie BOSSARD of Syracuse, Irma and Winona BOSSARD of West Groton; three brothers Hanson of Ludlowville, Charles of East Lansing, Kenneth of West Groton. May 4, 1925.
BURROWS, Prof. E.N. d. May 6, 1951. Interment at Laurel Cemetery.
CAMPBELL, Sarah Jane d/o George & Martha Jane Blake Campbell, d. May 21, 1945, age 90. Sister of late Mayor Joseph CAMPBELL. She resided with her sister, Mrs W.J. DAVIS. Survived by: sister Mrs. Elizabeth TOWNLEY of Ithaca. Interment in family plot in City Cemetery.
CAMPBELL, Mrs. Lillian Harvey 56, of Odessa, d. July 20, 1945. Survived by: husband, Fred C. CAMPBELL; a son, Ray H. CAMPBELL of U.S. Army in France; step-son, Wells S. CAMPBELL at home; 4 sisters, Mrs. Gertrude GANOUNG and Mrs. Olive HAYES of Odessa, Mrs. Grace WARNER of Van Etten, Mrs. Ina CRIPPEN of Trumansburg; 2 bros., Leon HARVEY of Odessa, Robert HARVEY of Princeton, N.J. and several nieces and nephews. Interment in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Odessa.
CAPALONGO, Victorio 67, of Ithaca, d. Sunday 20 Apr 1947, one of the oldest employees of the Morse Chain Co. Survived by: wife Mrs. Louisa CAPALONGO, a son Henry CAPALONGO of Ithaca, two daughters, Mrs. Renialdo BORDONI and Mrs. Edward PORCARI, both of Ithaca.
CLEARY, Mrs. Stephen F. d. May 17, 1945. Interment in East Lawn Cemetery.
COLEGROVE, Harry D. widow of Anna COLEGROVE, d. July 14, 1947, age 79, of Jacksonville.
COLLINS, Edythe Mae 44, d. Wednesday 16 Apr 1947. Survived by: husband Charles A. COLLINS, a son, Charles G. COLLINS, her mother and father, Mr. & Mrs. J.A. MALONE all of Ithaca. 6 sisters, Mrs. Ethel FARRELL and Mrs. Doris LEOPOLSKI of Ithaca, Mrs. Erma FARRELL of Groton, Mrs. Mabel FLAVIN of South Lansing, Mrs. Muriel PAIGE and Mrs. Gertrude GREENWOOD, both of Ithaca. A brother, Stephen MALONE Ithaca.
COONEY, Margaret S. 59, d. at her home in Ludlowville 18 Apr 1947. Survived by: husband, James COONEY of Scranton, Pa. A son James COONEY Jr. and daughter Peggy COONEY of Ludlowville. And a brother Frank SHEERIN of Elmira.
COOPER, Charles Alanson b. May 7, 1848 in South Danby, d. 1933, Survived by: son Ellis, & sister Mrs. James L. BAKER. Interment in Coddington Cemetery.
CORGEL, Catherine d. Apr 21, 1952, age 82, in Rochester. Survived by: 2 sisters, Miss Mary CORGEL, & Mrs John GAINEY, 2 brothers, Joseph & Alfred all of Ithaca Interment Calvery Cemetery.
CORNELIUS, Mary D. Widow of Orrin, d. 1920 aged 71 yrs, at home on Ellis Hollow Rd. Survived by: 2 sons, Arthur C. & Orrie, both of Ithaca, a sister, Mrs Lydia GEDDES who resided with her, 2 brothers, John BRADFORD of Toledo, Ohio & Charles BRADFORD of Chicago. Interment in Snyder Hill.
DELMAGE, Clinton Jr. d. Jan 10, 1946, at Corning NY.
DELONG, Ann Axtell killed in an Auto accident 18 Sep, 1948. Burial in Grove Cemetery.
DENNIS, Alberta M. w/o William Dennis, d. Apr 23, 1952, age 76, at Brooktondale. Survived by: dau Mrs Paul ORTON, of Brooktondale, 3 other dauís, Mrs Fred EVANS, Mrs Leslie ERVAY, Mrs John MEYER all of Ithaca. Son Jay DENNIS of Dryden, brother Elmer SENSABAUGH of Dearborn, Mich. Interment Willow Glen.
DEYO, Harry S. d. Dec 4, 1946, age 67. Survived by: dau Mrs Lola MCLAREN of Ithaca.
DOANE, Jennie A. d. Aug 5, 1952, age 66. Survived by: sister Mrs Grace M HART of Ithaca, 2 Brothers, Earl A. LEARN of Ithaca, Dodd LEARN of Ulster, PA. Burial in Addison.
DUNTON, Samuel W. d. July 28, 1933, aged 66 yrs. At Mt Pleasant, town of Dryden. Survived by: widow & 2 sons, Frank of Ithaca & Roderick of Elmira, & 1 dau Mrs Mabel HAWKINS of Ithaca.
DYKEMAN, Anthela 80, of Willseyville, widow of Arthur E. DYKEMAN died Sunday 12 Sep, 1948 at home. Survived by four daughters, Mrs. John LEACH of Ithaca, Mrs. William DICKERSON and Mrs. T.O. MCMAHON, Both of Trumansburg. And Mrs. O.V. COLLINS of Wheeling, W.Va., two sisters, Mrs. Florence HUNT of Newfield and Mrs. Bertha PENCILLE of Lockport, a brother, Dr. C.W. LANNING of Herkimer, two Granddaughters and four grandsons.
EGBERT, Elvira K. widow of W. Ernest F. EGBERT, d. May 19, 1945, age 44. Survived by: 2 dau. Joycee K. & Norma Jane both at home. Mother, Mrs. Anna KOSTOME of Houston, Tex. Sister, Mrs. Ruth KURTZ of Palo Alto, CA. & brother Timothy KOSTOME of Houston, Tex. Burial in Mt Hope, Rochester.
ESTABROOK, Francis W. s/o Harold ESTABROOK, d. July 1, 1947, age 24. Survived by: 2 sisters, Mrs Harold LOVELESS, of Newfield & Miss Agnes ESTABROOK of Ithaca. 4 brothers, William C, Louis ESTABROOK of Ithaca, Ensign Frederick, stationed in Atlantic City, NJ & Corporal Harold, stationed at Quantico, Va. Paternal grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Louis CATLIN of Odessa.
FLOROS, James J. widow, Mary Kapoli FLOROS, d. May 28, 1963 age 60, of Cayuga Hts Rd. Survived by: dau Connie C. FLOROS, brother Stephen FLOROS, all of Ithaca, a sister Mrs. Pauline COSTIANIS, Greenville, Pa.
FROST, Ellen w/o John H. FROST, d. July 12, 1947, age 75. Survived by: son Joseph F. FROST of Ithaca, 5 sisters: Mrs. George SUTHERLAND of Waverly, Mrs. Anna BURNS of Owego, Mrs. Frank ADAMS, Mrs. Margaret GODDE and Mrs. Fred LOCKWOOD of Los Angeles, CA.
FURMAN, Miss Lomira 93, d. July 23, 1945. Survived by a niece, Mrs. Stanley ROBERTSON of Van Etten, a nephew, Oscar COLLINS of Pine Valley. Interment in East Lawn Cemetery.
GALLAGHER, Frank A. widow, Lulu Gallagher, d. Oct 25, 1947, age 74, of Dryden. Survived by: dau Mrs Evelyn SNYDER of Ithaca.
GRANT, Julia C. w/o Frank W. GRANT, d. May 21, 1951. Interment: Willow Glen Cemetery, Dryden.
GREATBATCH, Charlotte M. d. May 6, 1951, of Danby. Interment in Curtis Cemetery, Danby.
GRIFFIN, Clark H. widow, Jennie GRIFFIN, d. May 22, 1945, age 85 of Varna. Survived by: 3 dau, Mrs. Leslie BANFIELD and Mrs. Ira REED, both of Varna, and Mrs. Herbert STEVENS of Ithaca. Son Harry L. GRIFFIN of Varna.
HACKENBURG, Chalmers d. May 26, 1953, age 84, of Lansing. Survived by: 2 dau Miss Lourena HACKENBURG of west Sacramentto, Ca. And Mrs. R.M. ALLEY of Moscow, Idaho and a sister Mrs. R. C. BAUGHMAN of Windsor, Ontario.
HALL, William R. d. Oct 26, 1947, age 76, of Cortland. Survived by: son Lyle J. HALL of Dryden; 2 dau Mrs. Nita MARION of Solon & Miss Blanche of Dryden. 9 Sisters & a brother all of Missouri.
HALL, Lawrence C. widow, Jean HALL, d. Apr 28, 1951, age 79, of Freeville. Interment, King Ferry Cem.
HAMBLIN, Mrs. Lottie 69, d. in Enfield, 13 Sep, 1948. survived by a nephew, Howard STAMP of Trumansburg.
HAMILL, John widow, Nellie C. HAMILL, d. May 21, 1945, age 72, of Groton, Past Postmaster for 11 years, Survived by: 4 sons, John of Ithaca, Cornelius of Cohoes, Private First Class Paul HAMILL in Germany, & James P. HAMILL of Groton. 3 daus. Mrs. Donald GORMAN of Syracuse & Mrs. Clara BINGHAM & Mrs. Ralph LUCAS, both of Groton, a sister Mrs. Mary DWYER, brother James J HAMILL of Groton.
HARDENBROOK, Enos d. May 18, 1945. Buried in Grove Cemetery, Trumansburg.
HARRIS, Lena Wheaton widow, Daniel HARRIS, d. July 2, 1947, age 57 of Cortland. Survived by: dau Mrs Leona HANTEZMAN of Van Nuys, CA, son Donald HARRIS of Syracuse. Interment in Cortland.
HERSON, Berkeley James 52, of Philadelphia, d. Sunday 10 Sep 1955. Son of the late James and Elizabeth HERSON. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen HERSON of Philadelphia.
HILES, Mrs. Percy d. Aug 14, 1911 aged 103 yrs. Oldest person in Tompkins County. Survived by: son, George Milton HILES at Colfax, Washington, & G. Avery HILES a grandson of Dryden.
HILL, Mary PRATT d. May 18, 1951. Survived by: 2 sons, Sebert & Chester both of Buffalo, and a brother, Charles PRATT.
HOVENCAMP, Mrs. Anna 82, d. July 24, 1945 in Jacksonville. Survived by: husband Wilbur; a dau., Laura; a son, Leslie; 2 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Burial in Grove Cemetery in Trumansburg.
HUGHES, Bridget d. Oct 12, 1946, at her home. Survived by: a Niece Miss Helen M. LYONS With whom she made her home. Interment in Mt Olivet Cemetery.
HUNT, Charlotte E. d/o Carlton HUNT, d. Aug 7, 1952, aged 31 yrs. Survived by: sister Mrs. Frank WILSON, and a Niece Bonita WILSON of Ypsilanti, Mich. Burial in West Danby Cemetery.
ILLSTON, Myrtle M. d. Oct 17, 1946 aged 53 yrs, of 311 S. Corn St. Survived by: 2 brothers Roy G. MCPHERSON of Ithaca, & Frank E. MCPHERSON of Interlaken. Burial-City Cemetery.
JOHNSON, Anna d. May 7, 1951 of Jacksonville.
JOHNSTON, Harold Eddy widow, Winifred PRIEST, d. May 15, 1945, age 68. Widow was youngest dau of George E. PRIEST, former co-owner of the Ithaca Journal. Buried in family plot in Troy.
JORDAN, May S. d. in Waverly Hospital Thursday morning July 4, 1946. Widow of Elmer JORDAN. Two sisters: Mrs. C.T. HATEMAN of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. Bert SUMMER of Towanda, Pa.
KEITH, Mrs. Alice 88, of Newfield, d. Monday 12 Sep 1955 in Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa. Survived by four sons, Charles, Edward D, and Ernest E. of New York City and William R. KEITH of Newfield.
KINGSBURY, Dr. Benjamin Freeman age 75, for 33 years professor of histology at Cornell, d. Monday Morning, July 8, 1946 at his home in Chapel Hill, N.C., survived by wife former Miss Janet A. WILLIAMSON of Newport, R.I. 4 children; Dr. Marguerite KINGSBURY, Burlington, Vt., Mrs. Edward P. HIME, Puerto Rico; Ernest H. KINGSBURY, Wilmington, Del, and Robert F. KINGSBURY, Orono, Me.
KNIGHT, Emille w/o Joseph KNIGHT, d. July 5, 1947. Survived by: dau Mrs Eugenia SKIBBE of Ithaca
LACEY, Dennis Martin widow, Elizabeth Bonness LACEY, d. July 3, 1947 age 64, of Venice Center. Survived by: 2 daus: Mrs. Fred J. HAGIN, & Mrs. Thomas C. BAILEY both of Ithaca. 3 sons: Harry, Howard & Paul.
LAWTON, Albert Wheeler 2nd 78, of Spencer, d. Friday 18 Apr 1947. Survived by: wife, Mrs. Blanche LAWTON, a son Albert W. LAWTON 3rd. of Spencer. 2 sisters, Miss Florence V. LAWTON of Syracuse and Mrs. John I. WORDEN of Los Angeles, Ca., a brother Maj. L. B. LAWTON retired. Grandson Albert LAWTON 4th and several nieces and nephews.
LEHTON, Hilda M. d. Thursday 8 Sep 1955, burial in Halsey Valley Cemetery.
LIDDINGTON, Homer V. widow, Emma LIDDINGTON, d. May 8, 1951, age 79, of Ithaca. Survived by: dau Mrs Frank EMERY, Step dau Mrs. Harmon DECKER of Lansing, Mich, stepson, Clare WIEDMAIER of Norfolk, VA. Brother Roy LIDDINGTON of Harford. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Newfield.
LUNGER, George d. May 21, 1945, at Memorial Hospital. Survived by: 2 bro. Fred & William.
LYNCH, John d. 12 Sep 1955. Burial in Calvary Cemetery.
MALONEY, Frank widow, Carrie MALONEY, d. July 10, 1947, age 55, of Ithaca. Survived by: sister Mrs. Caroline MCDERMOTT of Utica. Burial Grove Cemetery Trumansburg.
MARSH, Ina CAMPBELL d. Sept 15, 1955. Survived by five cousins, Miss Miriam DAVENPORT, Mrs. Fred WHITE, Mrs Flora NIVISON. Edward SLAGHT and Harry DEAN, all of Ithaca.
MARTIN, William T. d. 1 Sep 1955. Burial at Inlet Valley Cemetery.
MCCARTY, Helen JOHNSTON d/o Henry & Mary JOHNSTON, d. May 9, 1951 age 78, of Arlington, Mass. Widow Dr. W.T. MCCARTY, a dau Mrs Henry AVJEAN, 2 sons, Dr. W.C. & Donald.
MCGOWAN, John S. d. 1903, aged 84 yrs, at Ithaca. Survived by: his wife & 1 son John J.
MCMILLEN, Helen Nellie d. Oct 26, 1947, age 59. Survived by: son Leonard of Miami, Fla. 5 brothers: Lewis A. CHASE of Trenton, NJ; Rev. Lagrand E. & Clyde L. of Ithaca; Starr L. of Philadelphia & Bert of Richmond, VA, 2 sisters, Mrs Ida Killdredge ROCHE of Charleston, Mass & Miss Gladys G.
MEAKER, Betty E HUGHES d/o Frederick & Harriet HUGHES, b. Feb 11, 1850; d. Mar 5, 1915. Widow, George M. MEAKER, of Danby. Survived by: 2 sons, Dr HUGHES G. of Philadelphia and Benjamin F. of Tioga. Two step-Daughters Mrs. T.D. CRANCE of Ithaca & Mrs. H.A. HUSTED of Denver. Sister Mrs. A.P. GAIGE of Mansfield, Pa and 6 brothers, Charles, Simeon, John, William K., all of Tioga, Frank & Frederick.
MENTE, Mary H. d. Apr 30, 1952, age 76. Survived by: 3 sons, Charles & Raymond of Ithaca & Daniel of Corning, 2 daus. Mrs. Elizabeth PICKET of Rochester, & Mrs. Thelma MERICAL if Ithaca.
MERITHEW, Raymond s/o Lloyd MERITHEW, d. Dec 8, 1946, age 24, of Newfield. Survived by: 2 brothers, Ernest of Ithaca, & Edwin of Newfield & 2 sisters, Mrs E.F. VAN NESS of Rochester & Miss Rose of Newfield.
MILKS, Fred A. d. July 24, 1945. Survived by wife, Mrs. Cora O. MILKS; dau., Mrs. James F. FRANCIS of Ithaca; a bro. Roy of Union; sister, Mrs. Belle FRANCIS of Willseyville, several nieces and nephews. Interment in East Lawn Cemetery.
MILLER, Ford d. Oct 16, 1946, aged 78 yrs, in Memorial Hospital.
MONG, Harriet Ellen w/o Lincoln G. MONG, b. Sept 4, 1869; d. May 8, 1951, of Jacksonville. Survived by: 3 daus. Mrs. Hudson J. WILSON, Miss Marjorie MONG of Ithaca, Mrs. Edwin L GOTT of Chattanooga, Tenn. Son, Richard G. MONG of Charleston, W.VA. 2 sisters: Mrs. J. Ross MAYER of Erie & Mrs. D.B. NOBLE, PA.
MORO, Joseph widow, Josephene COVENEY MORO, d. Dec 24, 1945, aged 37 yrs. Survived by: 2 sons, Vincent & Jack both of Ithaca, Mother, Mrs. Anna Bellas MORO of Owego, sister, Mrs. Joseph MEAD of Tioga.
MUIR, Martha L. d. Jan 8, 1946, aged 81, at Odd Fellows Home, Trumansburg Rd. Survived by: 2 sons. The body will be sent to Brooklyn for burial.
MURINCHACK, John Jr. widow, Sylvia MURINCHACK, d. 1947, age 39, of Danby. Survived by: 6 children, Slyvia, John, Robert, James, Jeanette & Beverly, parents Mr. & Mrs. John MURINCHACK Sr. 3 sisters, Mrs. Joseph BREARLEY. Mrs. Thomas TODI and Mrs. Leon PAYNE of Ithaca. 2 brothers, Andrew & Louis.
NEMES, ____ widow, Ethel UKOS NEMES, d. Oct 25, 1947, age 58. Survived by: 1 dau, Mrs John LISTAR of Ithaca, son, John Lester NEMES of Albany, 3 brothers, & 2 sisters in Hungary.
NEWMAN, James L. 23, died unexpectedly in Schoharie, Wednesday 16 Apr 1947. Survived by: wife Mrs. Cecelia NEWMAN of Ithaca, his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Omar R. NEWMAN of Enfield Center; 2 sisters, Miss Elberta NEWMAN and Mrs. Marion ROWE of Enfield Center, three brothers, John of Ithaca, Elwood of Pittsburgh, and Arland of Enfield Center. Paternal grandmother Mrs. Mary NEWMAN and an Uncle Otto H. NEWMAN of Enfield Center and an Aunt Mrs. Nora NEWMAN of New Brunswick, NJ
NISBET, David R. widow Elizabeth, d. Jan 8, 1946, aged 64 yrs, at Ithaca. Survived by: 3 sisters, Miss Evelyn M. NISBET of Jacksonville, Mrs Ethel SECORS of Rochester, Miss Blanche of Cleveland, Ohio.
OSTRANDER, Locue J. only child of Dwight & Emma OSTRANDER d. Jan. 30, 1876. Aged 2yr 2mo 14da
PAETOW, Raymond E. d. Monday, July 1, 1946. Survived by wife, Mrs. Ellen PREDMORE PAETOW, a son, Raymond Jr. 3 sisters, Mrs. John O'BYRNE, Mrs. Holmes PARSHALL, and Mrs. Collier V. HAMMOND. All of Ithaca.
PARK, Mary A. widow, Orman E. PARK, d. Dec 3, 1946 age 62. Survived by: dau Mrs Mabel CHILSON, of Ithaca. 7 sons, George, Ervin, Leslie, John, Richard, Eugene all of Ithaca, & Chester Park of Cayuta.
PARKER, Cora Maude d. 14 Sep 1948 in Memorial Hospital. Survived by two sisters, Mrs. Bessie STANFIELD & Mrs. Fredericka REED, both of Ithaca.
PATTISON, Margaret VIETS w/o Edward Ashton PATTISON, d. May 21, 1945, age 80, of Troy. d/o Dr. Stephen Henry SYNNOTT, son, & 3 dau, one of whom is Mrs. Martin W. SAMPSON of Ithaca.
PEARSALL, Emma L. widow, Adrian O. PEARSALL, d. Apr 22, 1952, at Trumansburg. Dau, Mrs. Edward H. BERG of Woodstown, NJ, 2 sons, Adrian O. of Kingston, & Richard L. at home.
PEET, Stanley A. widow Dorothea, d. Jan 10, 1946, age 37 yrs, at Waverly. Survived by: 2 sons, Billy & Lyle Wayne of Spencer, Father Allen PEET of Spencer, sister, Mrs. Dana WARD of Binghamton
PERRY, John M. widow, Florence, d. Jan 9, 1946, aged 57 yrs, at Ithaca. Survived by: 3 daus, Miss Margaret & Miss Phyllis PERRY of Ithaca, & Mrs. Theodore TURK of Cortland, 4 sons, John Jr., Kenneth, Ronald, & Donald of Ithaca, stepson, Harold ODELL of Corning, sister Mrs Daisy THOMPSON of Ithaca, 2 brothers, William of New York City & George of Ithaca.
PERSONIUS,Fred Martin d. May 27, 1953, age 70, of Caroline Depot. Survived by: brother, Carl of Ithaca, 2 sisters, Mrs. Pearl DRAKE, of Ithaca & Mrs. Eva HEATH of Brooktondale. 2 stepdaughters Mrs. Julia WHITLOCK of Ithaca, & Mrs. Ethel TRAINOR of Brooktondale, 2 stepsons, Harold HALL of Brooktondale, & Ashley HALL of Locke.
POYER, Clifford S. d. Aug 1, 1952, at Ulysses. Survived by: nephews, Dana F., Merton E., Richard E. POYER, Robert C. POYER, William M. POYER & Donald SMITH.
QUICK, Capt. James Z. d. Oct 7, 1946, aged 91 yrs. At Kidders. Survived by: dau Mrs. Anna HAVILAND. Burial in Lake View Cemetery, Interlaken.
REINHARDT, Mrs. Mabel C. d. Oct 10, 1946. Survived by: dau Mrs. C.E. HENNESSEY of Cheverly. Son, John R. REINHARDT of Ithaca. Burial in Fairview Cemetery, North Bergin, NJ.
ROBERTS,Miss Grace d. Jan 9, 1946, aged 25 yrs, at Sayre, PA. Survived by: father Peter ROBERTS of Ithaca, sister, Miss Mary ROBERTS of Utica, brother Peter J. Roberts in the Navy.
ROHRER, Jennie CORNELIUS d. Wednesday 16 Apr 1947. Survived by husband, Clarence ROHRER, a daughter Mrs. Ellen PREDMORE PAETOW of Ithaca, 2 sons, Clarence W. PREDMORE of Groton and Herbert D. PREDMORE of Belleville, NJ. 2 sisters, Mrs. Clara MOTT and Mrs. Agnes MILLER both of Ithaca. 2 brothers, Myron CORNELIUS and Dana CORNELIUS, both of Ithaca.
SAND, Austin W. W. d. July 20, 1943 at Bath Veterans Hosp. He was a florist and landscape artist
SEAGERS, Ida C. d/o Valentine & Margaret Sick WOLFANGER.b. Aug 28, 1875; d. Aug 5, 1952. Survived by: 3 sons, Marshall S., Charles V., Harold J. all of Groton. Brother James WOLFANGER of Fayetteville & 6 sisters Mr & Mrs. Luella JAMES of Wellsboro.
SEPOS, Alex 82 d. 11 Sep 1955, burial in Calvary Cemetery. Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Zelnor JORDON, Mrs. Rusell HAZEN, and Mrs. Roger BISHOP. Three sons, George, John and Paul SEPOS. All of Ithaca.
SHANNON, Augusta JOHNSTON 78, of Hector, widow of Charles A. SHANNON, d. Thursday 17 Apr 1947. Survived by: three daughters, Mrs. Hazel E. SELOVER of Monteur Falls, Mrs. Edith M GARRETT & Mrs. Ina E. WILSON, both of Ithaca. Four sons, Clinton J. of Union Springs, D. Glenn of Willard, G. Ray of Watkins Glen & C. Earl of Reynoldsville.
SHEPHERD, John J. d. Friday 10 Sep 1948. Burial was in East Lawn Cemetery.
SINCEBAUGH, Miss Agnes 31, d. July 21, 1945 in Philadelphia, Pa. Survived by Mr. & Mrs. DeWitt E. SINCEBAUGH of West Danby; 4 sisters, Mrs. Leslie HINE of Enfield, Miss Martha SINCEBAUGH of Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Howard SNYDER and Mrs. Wilfred BROWER, both of Ithaca; 1 niece & 4 nephews. Burial in the Baptist Cemetery in West Danby.
SMITH, Nellie May w/o Glenn T. SMITH, d. Aug 8, 1952, age 77 yrs. Survived by: dau, Mrs. Beryl MCMURRAY of Owego. Burial in Pleasant Grove Cemetery.
SNYDER, Mrs. Myrtie 76, of Ithaca, widow of Milton E. SNYDER d., 12 Sept 1948. survived by son Paul H.SNYDER. A daughter Mrs. George A. GARRY of Syracuse. Four grandsons, a granddaughter and two Great grandchildren.
STANTON, Elroy L. s/o Charles & Eliza Trowbridge STANTON, b. Apr 26, 1875; d. May 11, 1951, of Freeville. Widow, Mrs. Carrie Sevy STANTON, son Walter STANTON, dau Mrs. Marian MACK both of Ithaca.
STEVENS, Norman H. widow, Dora CUMMINGS STEVENS, d. July 3, 1947, age 68, of Candor. Survived by: 3 dau. Mrs. Herman B. DAVIS, Mrs. Clayton W. SMITH of Ithaca, Mrs. Ralph M. DORN of Candor, son Ralph E. STEVENS of Elmira. Sister Mrs. Bertha WHITE of Owego, 2 brothers, Fred & LeRoy STEVENS
STEVENS, Sarah H. d. Dec 1, 1946, aged 88. Survived by: son Herbert STEVENS of Ithaca.
TAGGART, Cecil E. widow, Mildred A. TAGGART, d. Oct 28, 1947, age 51, of Ithaca. Survived by: son, Howard W. TAGGART Dau Mrs. Allen R YOUNG all of Ithaca. Father William H TAGGART and a sister Mrs. Roy MCINTYRE of Newfield, a brother Robert W. of Ithaca.
TARR, Helen S. widow, Charles K. TARR, d. May 27, 1953, age 56. Survived by: 4 dau, Mrs Rose C. PALMER of South Lansing, Mrs. Helen S. LASHER, Miss Mary J TARR & Miss Elizabeth A. TARR of Ithaca, 3 sons, Charles F., of Ithaca, William L. & Alexander E. of the Armed Forces.
TAYLOR, Margaret 73 of Interlaken, widow of Thomas TAYLOR, died Saturday 11 Sep, 1948. survived by four daughters Mrs. Edna STINNARD, Mrs. Pauline GROOMS of Auburn, Me., Mrs. Marian KELLOGG, Mrs. Marjarie JOHNSON. A sister Mrs. Eva SWARTWOOD of Locke, two brothers, Andrew HUDDLE of West Danby and Fred HUDDLE of Horseheads.
TAYLOR, Maurice Loren widow, Gracia Remington TAYLOR, d. Oct 29, 1947. Of Ithaca, son Remington REID
TERPENING, Orlie J. widow, Josephine HEFFRON TERPENING, d. Aug 5, 1952, age 62, of Virgil. Survived by: son, Kenneth A.
TERRY, John d. Oct. 18, 1946, aged 96 yrs., Survived by: sister Susan POWELL of Sheldrake.
TERRY, Lucy w/o Frank TERRY, d. Oct 12, 1946, aged 78 yrs. Survived by: sister Mrs. Elsina FROST
THAYER, Isaac d. Sept 6, 1910 age 90. Of Danby.
THOMPSON, Nancy A. w/o Nathan H. THOMPSON, d. Sep 9, 1910, age 62. At Freeville. Survived by: son J.E. OVIATT of Freeville, step mother, Mrs Mary TICHENOR of Ithaca. Brother, Charles TICHENOR of Hale, Mich. Half Brothers, Lewis TICHENOR of Saratoga, Wyoming, Fred TICHENOR of this place, Erie of Groton, Bert of Mount Claire, NJ, John of South Africa and half sister Mrs Fred CASE of Syracuse.
THOMPSON, William Chase d. Tuesday 7 Sep, 1948 at his home on Main St, Trumansburg.
TOWNSEND, Wright 83, d. July 24, 1945 at home of dau., Mrs. Mary LEARN of Groton. He resided in Neward, N.J. Survived by Mrs. LEARN, Mrs. William BALL of Susquehanna, Pa., Mrs. Pearl MOSHER of Groton, Mrs. Percy BARRETT of West Orange, and Mrs. Bertha SNYDER of Newark, N.J.; a son, Frank TOWNSEND of Auburn; 14 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren. Burial in West Orange, NJ
TRIPP, Sarah w/o Riley TRIPP, d. 1910, age 72 yrs. Brother, Frank KISOR.
UDALL, Dr. D. H. d. 9 Sept 1955. Burial in Pleasant Grove Cemetery.
UTTER, Uriah 81, d. July 23, 1945. Survived by 3 sons, George of Chicora, Pa., Charles of Waverly, and Frank H. of Ithaca; 8 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren. Interment in Pleasant Grove Cemetery.
VAN PUTTEN, Frances V. d/o Edwin E. VAN PUTTEN, d. May 7, 1945, age 20. Brother, Edward J, sister Theresa, all of Ithaca, grandmother Mrs. Ann VAN PUTTEN.
VARY, Mrs. Charles H. died July 19, 1945 in Los Angeles, Ca. Formerly Mary HAMILTON dau. of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur S. HAMILTON Lansingville. Survived by: husband, Charles S. VARY; dau. Marion at home, son Hamilton of Sacramento, Ca. sister, Mrs. Clayton SWAYZE of Ithaca.
VORHIS, Curtis Adelbert d. Thursday, July 4, 1946, in Veterans Hospital, Bath., survived by wife, a son, Curtis R. VORHIS, his mother Mrs. Florance GREEN; a sister, Mrs. Ralph HOLMAN and two brothers, Jotham K. VORHIS and Leon HOWSER of Syracuse.
WAGNER, Ann d. July 10, 1947, age 74, of Interlaken. Survived by: several nephews.
WEBER, William Henry d. Dec 1, 1946, age 76. Survived by: son August A. WEBER of Ithaca, dau Mrs Margaret H SALVUCCI of Nichols, Conn.
WESTERVELT, Anna CROZLER widow, Delmont E. d. Oct 12, 1946, aged 78 yrs. At Forest Home. Survived by: dau Mrs. Gladys WESTERVELT ANDREWS of Forest Home, 2 sons, Ralph H. & Walter E. of Forest Home
WHITE, Barbara Jones d/o James L. WHITE, d. May 28 1953, age 5 yrs. of Interlaken. Survived by: sister Lorinda, Maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary VAN WAGENEN of Interlaken, paternal grandparents, Mr & Mrs James L. WHITE, of Trumansburg, paternal great grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Charles WHITE of Interlaken.
WILLIAMS, Kathryn A. 64, of Danby, d. Sept 13, 1948. survived by husband Joseph D. WILLIAMS, a daughter, Mrs. Myrtle SMITH of Philadelphia, Pa., a son J. Russell MOORE of Danby and two grandchildren.
WILLIAMS, Lulu M. d. Dec 2, 1946, age 65. Survived by: stepson, Lawrence WILLIAMS of Syracuse. 3 sisters, Mrs. Cora PARKER, Mrs. Bessie STANFIELD, & Mrs. Fredericka REED all of Ithaca.
WOOLLEY, Lina HOUSE d. Aug 3, 1952.
WOOLSEY, Glenn C. widow, Catherine M. d. Oct 25, 1947, age 46. Survived by: 3 sisters, Miss Clara M. WOOLSEY of Ithaca, Mrs. Charles A. STANTON, Ithaca, Mrs. Peter M KNAPP, Ithaca.
WRIGHT, Agnes 71, d. Tuesday 22 Apr 1947 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eunice WELLIN, of Trumansburg. Survived by two other daughters, Mrs. Marion LOWE of Trumansburg and Mrs. Helen PAINTER of Ithaca. A son Clarence WRIGHT of Trumansburg.
WRIGHT, Caroline w/o Horatio. d. 1903 aged 73 yrs, at Mitchel Farm near Brookton. Survived by: 3 dau. Mrs. Isaac IVES, of Brooklyn, Mrs. Clark SLOCUM & Mrs. Charles BATES both of Ithaca, & 1 son Arthur at home.

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