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1. James Ingalls Sr,1 son of Joseph Ingalls and Rachel McWithey, was born on 14 Apr 1783 in Connecticut, died on 6 Mar 1867 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY2 at age 83, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.3

Burial Notes: Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY

Ingles James
03-06-1867
85y

Location: R-02-08a

General Notes: BIOGRAPHICAL: Joseph Ingalls had a twin brother, James. He was the son of James and Nancy Moot Ingalls. James, Sr., was born in 1783 and died 5 March 1867. He came to Madison County in 1805, was a school teacher and owned a farm south of Lenox Furnace. He married Nancy, daughter of Conrad Moot, who was born in 1784 and died 6/1/1869. The Ingalls family was originally from New England. They lived for awhile near Cherry Valley before coming to Lenox.

Known children of Mary KILTS and Joseph INGALLS are:

1765. m i. Orin Jason INGALLS, born about 1842. He married Josephine CLEMENT. She was born about 1842.
1766. m ii. Nicholas INGALLS, born about 1844.
MARRIAGE: Unmarried.
1767. f iii. Nancy M. INGALLS, born about 1846. She married Frank MITCHELL. He was born about 1846.
1768. f iv. Frances M. INGALLS, born about 1848. She married Wallace WINCHELL. He was born about 1848.
1769. f v. Mary INGALLS, born about 1850. She married Washington MILLER. He was born about 1850.

From: The Descendants of Johann Conrad Kilts Emigrant to America
Genealogy of the Kilts Family based on the Kilts publication by Herman W. Witthoft, Sr., Chapter 7, Part 6, (pg 324-350). see: http://www.geocities.com/kiltsfamily/TOC.htm



Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 14 Apr 1782, Schoharie County, NY. 2

• Alt. Birth: 14 Apr 1782, Connecticut. Uncertain of place of birth.

• Alt. Death: Alt. Death, 7 Mar 1867, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 4,5
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INGLES- In Wampsville, March 7, Mr. James Ingles,
aged 85 years.
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• Moved: 1786, Schoharie County, NY.

• Residence: 1805, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 6

• Property: Lot E Purchase of 1817, 1 May 1831, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 7

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50 acres
Recorded 10 March 1879
Consideration $700
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• Property: 135 acres, 1835, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 8

• Property: Lot 5 Cowasselon Purchase, 6 Dec 1866, Madison County, NY. 9

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Date 6 Dec 1866
Recorded 10 May 1879
Grantor Gerrit Smith
Grantee James Ingols
Consideration $1040
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• Probate: 11June 1867, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 10,11
Will of James INGLES, Lenox, Madison County, New York, Will Book L, Page 13

SURROGATE'S COURT.

Last Will and Testament of

James Ingles
Deceased

Be it Remembered, That heretofore, to wit: on the 1st day of April in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven Erastus Ingles the devisee named in the last Will and Testament of James Ingles late of the town of Lenox in the County of Madison deceased, appeared in open Court, before the Surrogate of the County of Madison and made application to have the said last Will and Testament which relates to both Real and Personal Estate, proved: and on such application the said Surrogate did ascertain by satisfactory evidence who were the widow--heirs at law and next of kin of the said Testator and their respective residences,
vis: Nancy Ingles of Lenox, N.Y. widow and John J. Ingles, James Ingles, Joseph Ingles, Conrad Ingles and said Erastus Ingles of Lenox, aforesaid, and Anna Hall, Nellie Hall and James C. Hall of Jackson Mich heirs and next of kin of the said deceased.

and said Surrogate did thereupon issue a Citation in due form of law, directed to the widow - heirs of law and next of kin of said deceased, by their respective names, state their respective places of residence, requiring them to appear before said Surrogate at his office in the village of Morrisville in said county, on the 3d day of June A.D. 1867, to attend the Probate of said Will, upon which last mentioned day the said Erastus Ingles appeared, and upon his application the hearing of this matter was duly adjourned to the 11th day of June 1867 at 10 o'clock in the foreroom at the office of the Surrogate aforesaid in Morrisville.

And afterwards, to wit on the 11th day of June A.D. 1867, satisfactory
evidence by affidavit was produced and presented to said Surrogate, of the due service of said Citation in the mode prescribed by law, and on that day & J. S. Stewart special guardian of Anna - Nellie & James Hall having appeared & no one appearing to oppose the probate of such Will, such proceedings were thereupon had in said Court, afterwards that said Surrogate took the proofs of said Will, hereinafter set forth upon this 11 day of June 1867, and he thereupon adjudged the said Will to be a valid Will of Real and Personal Estate, and the proofs thereof to be sufficient, which said Last Will and Testament and proofs are as follows, that is to say

Page 14
In the name of God, Amen: I James Ingles of the town of Lenox in the County of Madison and State of New York at the age of eighty-three years and being of sound mind and memory do make publish and declare this my last Will and testament- in the manner following that is to say:
First - I give and bequeath to my son Erastus Ingles my homestead farm in Lenox by his paying to my son Jay Ingles Two Hundred Dollars in one year after my decease and paying to James my son James Ingles son Three Hundred Dollars in two years after my decease and to my son Joseph Ingles Two Hundred Dollars in three years after my decease and to my son Conrad Ingles Two Hundred Dollars in four years after my decease.
Second - I give and bequeath all of my personal property to my five sons above named after paying my just debts and funeral expenses to be divided equally to share and share alike.
Thirdly - it is my intent and meaning that my son Erastus shall support my wife Nancy during her life, in Lieu of her having her Dower Right.
I hereby revoke all former wills by me made.
I witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this thirteenth day of May 1865.
James Ingles (L.S.)

The foregoing instrument consisting of one half sheet was at the date thereof signed sealed published and declared by the said James Ingles as and for
his last Will and Testament in presence of us who at his request and in his presence and in presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses
thereto.
Hezekiah Beecher of Lenox, Madison County
Hamilton Beecher Madison County.

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Madison County
SURROGATE'S COURT.

In the matter of Probing the last Will and Testament

James Ingles
Deceased.
Madison County,

Hezekiah Beecher and Hamilton Beecher being first duly sworn, in open Court, upon their several corporeal oaths, each for himself doth depose and say, that he is a subscribing witness to the last Will and Testament of James Ingles late of the town of Lenox in the County of Madison and State of New York deceased. And these deponents do further say, that the said James Ingles deceased, did, in the presence of each of these deponents, subscribe his name at the end of the instrument in writing, which is now here shown to these deponents, and which purports to be the last Will and Testament of the said deceased, and which bear date on the 13th day of May one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five.

That the said deceased, did, at the time of subscribing his name to the said instrument as aforesaid, declare the same to be his last Will and Testament, and these deponents did thereupon subscribe their own respective names at the end of said instrument, as attesting witnesses to the execution thereof, each at the request of the said deceased, and in his presence, and in the presence of each other. That the said deceased at the time of so subscribing his name to said instrument as aforesaid, and publishing said instrument as aforesaid, was upwards of twenty-one years of age, and is a citizen of the United States; that he appeared to be, and deponents believe he was of sound mind, memory and understanding, and not under any restraint, and, as deponents verily believe, in all respects competent to devise and state; that each of these deponents saw the other sign his name to the said instrument in the presence of the said deceased.

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Subscribed & sworn to this } Hezekiah Beecher
11th day of June 1887 } Hamilton Beecher
before me. }
J. Mason
County Judge & Surrogate

Madison County
Erastus Ingles being duly sworn says he is the son of James Ingles deceased mentioned in the preceeding deposition, and that the said James Ingles died in the town of Lenox in said County on the 6th day of March 1867 and was a resident of said town at the time of his death.
Subscribed & sworn to this } Erastus Ingles
11th day of June 1867 }
before me. }
J. Mason
County Judge & Surrogate

Madison County, SS.
In appearing upon the proofs duly taken in respect to the Last Will and Testament of James Ingles late of the town of Lenox in the County of Madison and State of New York, deceased, that the said Will was duly executed, and the said James Ingles deceased, at the time he executed the same, was in all respects competent to devise real estate, and not under restraint, the said last Will and Testament
and the proofs and examinations, are hereby recorded, signed, and certified by me, pursuant to the provisions of the Revised Statutes, this 11th day of June 1867.
J. Mason County Judge} Surrogate.

Transcribed from SAMPUBCO copy by Anita M. Ingalls

• Census: federal, 1820, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 12 p. 22.

• Census: 1830, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 13
Males Females
0 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
The listing of James Ingols, Conrad Buyea, John C. Buyea in that order suggests that James Ingols was living on Buyea Road in 1830.
The numbers suggest that John Hall and his wife, Kate Ingalls Hall, were living on the farm.

• Census: U.S., 1840, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 14
The order of Kilts, Buyea, Buyea, Snyder, Pease, Ingles, Buyea, Buyea suggest that James Ingalls was living on Buyea Road in 1840.

Males Females
0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

This data suggests that John Jay Ingalls and John Hall have left the household.
Kate Ingalls Hall died in 1833. John Jay is located on Creek Road.

• Census: 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
Visit 260 Cooper Isaac 28
Mary 26
Visit 261 Buyea Elizabeth 72 wife of John
Barna 29
Harriet 24
Kilts George 28
Visit 262 Snyder Abram 27
Sally 27
Alonzo 8
Simeon 6
Clock Ann 62
Visit 263 Richard William 23
Visit 264 Ingles James 68
Nancy 66
Visit 265 Ingles Conrad 30
Lydia J. 22
Alfred 1
Visit 266 Buyea Jacob 40 son of Conrad
Betsy 34 dau of Joseph Adle
Hannah 14
Hiram 15
Robert 11
Anna M. 9
Nancy J. 7
Catherine 1
Conrad 75 father
Nancy 34 daughter of Conrad
Visit 267 Tuttle William 27
Susan A. 27
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• Census: U.S., 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

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Visit 1004 Jacob Buyea 51 (son of Conrad)
Betsey Buyea 45
Visit 1005 James Ingles 79
Nancy Ingles 76
Visit 1006 Erastus Ingles 37
Athelia Ingles 34
Josephine 5
Phineas 3
Frederick 1
Visit 1007 Jonas Buyea 48 (son of John)
Affa Buyea 47
Franklin 17
Visit 1010 Nicholas Kilts 68
Elizabeth 64
Delila 22
Visit 1011 Eli Kilts 38 (son of Nicholas)
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• Census: U.S., 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 15
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Visit 158 Snyder, Abram R,
Visit 159 Snyder, Alonzo (married to Helen Ingalls, dau. of James Ingalls, Jr.)
Listed on census as Hannah
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• AKA: James Ingols - 1830 Census.

• AKA: James Ingles - 1850 Census.

• Biography: Names and Sketches of the Pioneer Settlers, Madison County, NY. 16 INGALLS FAMILY
MOOT FAMILY

Joseph Ingalls, a native of England, emigrated to America in the eighteenth century, settling in Conn. He served as a Captain in the army during the Revolutionary War. He died at the early age of 40 years, leaving 2 sons and 3 daughters.

James Ingalls was born in Conn., a son of Joseph. From the time he was 3 years old James lived with an uncle in Columbia County, New York. In 1807 he came to Madison County, and took up new land from the government in Lenox. The present town site was then a wilderness, with an occasional clearing in which some pioneer's cabin could be seen. James erected a log cabin in which he installed his wife, formerly Annie Moot, as mistress. The family subsisted on the food they raised or the game found in the forests. Annie kept busy carding, spinning, and weaving the homespun from which she fashioned the garments of the family. James and Annie spent their last years on the homestead, where they died at the ages of 82 and 83 respectively. They reared 5 sons and 2 daughters. (Only 3 boys were named as still being alive in 1894.) Conrad, James, and Joseph.

Conrad Ingalls was born in the town of Lenox Dec. 29, 1818, a son of James and Annie (Moot) Ingalls. ...

Note: See Conrad Ingalls bio
See Annie Moot bio (Moot Family)

• Obituary: Oneida Post, 9 Mar 1867. 17
INGLES--In Wampsville. March 7. Mr. James Ingles,
aged 85 years.

James married Nancy (Annie) Moot in 1805, daughter of Conrad G. Moot and Catharina Taylor. Nancy was born in 1784 in Columbia County, NY, died on 18 Jun 1869 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY18 at age 85, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.3

Burial Notes: Ingles Nancy
06-11-1869 85y
wife of James Ingles

Location: R-02-08b

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: Alt. Death, 11 Jun 1869. 2

• Biography: 19 MOOT FAMILY

Annie Moot married James Ingalls. Annie was a daughter of Conrad Moot. Conrad was a son of John Moot, who was born in Germany, and came to America in 1750. John Moot left his native land in May. He crossed the ocean in a sailing-vessel, being on the water more than six months, not touching shore until Dec. 25 the same year. He was then a boy of 16, without money, obliged to work out his passage. The officers of the vessel sold his time for 5 years. He settled in New York and there married. Later he took up land from the government in Rensselaer County, where he spent the remainder of his life, dying at the age of 80 years. He had a family of 5 children.
Note: See James Ingalls bio
See Conrad Ingalls bio

• Obituary: 2 Jul 1869, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.
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DIED.
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INGLES - Near Wampsville, June 18, Mrs. Nancy
Ingles, aged 85 years.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 F    i. Kate Ingalls was born in 1805 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY2 and died on 22 Apr 1833 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY20 at age 28.

Kate married John Hall about 1825.

+ 3 M    ii. John Jay Ingalls was born on 12 Mar 1808 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,2 died on 17 Sep 1884 in Madison County, NY21 at age 76, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

John married Anna A. Buyea (b. 1810, d. 29 Feb 1870).

John next married Mary L. Sheldon (b. Abt 1841, d. 6 Jun 1921) between 1870 and 1880.

+ 4 M    iii. James Ingalls Jr was born on 14 Jan 1814 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY2 and died on 28 Oct 1893 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY22,23 at age 79.

James married Julia (Jennie) Rice 24 (b. 14 Jul 1814, d. 30 Oct 1891).

+ 5 M    iv. Joseph Ingalls 2nd was born on 14 Jan 1815 in Lenox, Madison County, NY,25 died on 10 Nov 1898 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY26,27,28,29 at age 83, and was buried after 10 Nov 1898 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.3

Joseph married Mary Kilts (b. 25 Apr 1818, d. 14 Nov 1886) on 24 Dec 1840.25

+ 6 M    v. Conrad Ingalls was born on 29 Dec 1818 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 7 May 1899 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY30,31 at age 80, and was buried in 1899 in Peterboro Village Cemetery, Madison Co., NY.

Conrad married Lydia Jane Tucker (b. 23 Aug 1826, d. 17 Nov 1865) on 10 Jun 1848.

Conrad next married Lydia Jane Stone (b. 1821, d. 16 May 1897) on 12 Sep 1871.

+ 7 M    vi. Erastus Ingalls was born in 1823 in Madison County, NY,2 died on 17 Sep 1890 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY32,33 at age 67, and was buried in 1890 in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY.

Erastus married Athelia Stewart (b. 1828, d. 1885).


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2. Kate Ingalls was born in 1805 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY2 and died on 22 Apr 1833 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY20 at age 28.

Death Notes:

She is buried with her father and brother in the Ingles plot which is in
the second row near the northern boundary of the cemetery.

Noted events in her life were:

• AKA: Caty Ingles - Wampsville Cemetery.

Kate married John Hall about 1825.

Marriage Notes:
As the children married they occupied the tenant house. After
a short period of time they moved to their own farm. This pattern
seems to be followed with all the children. The tenant house
still exists at the corner of Buyea Road and Eddy Road although
it is in poor shape and looks more like an old chicken coop.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: federal, 1820, Lenox, Madison County, NY. Order of census:

James Ingals
Henry Bockris(?)
Conrad Forbes
Conrad Boyer
John Hall

This John Hall may be the father of John Hall, husband of Kate Ingalls.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 8 M    i. Dewitt C. Hall was born in 1826.

Dewitt married Nancy J <Hall> (b. 1832).

3. John Jay Ingalls was born on 12 Mar 1808 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,2 died on 17 Sep 1884 in Madison County, NY21 at age 76, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes: alone.

General Notes: Personal observation

Noted events in his life were:

• Tax List: 1835, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 34 owned 68 acres

• Alt. Death: Alt. Death, 1886, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 35 His tombstone reads 1808-1886. However, the NYS death record and his will indicates the year of his death as 1884.

• Occupation: Farmer, 193 acres, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

• Census: 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
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Visit 326 Creek Road
John J. 41
Ann 39
Rush 17
Lucius 15
Luther 17
Ruth 18
Anna 8
Merton 6
Addison 1
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• Census: 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
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Visit 971 Creek Road
John J. 52
Anna 50
Rush 27
Luther 22
Newton 16
Addison 11
Martha 18
Jane 9
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• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
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Visit 223 Creek Road
John J. 62
Anna 25
Addison 21
Jane 19
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• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 36 Visit 219 Creek Road
John J. INGLES Self Male W 70 NY Retired Farmer NH NH
Mary INGLES Wife Female W 40 NY House Keeping MA MA

• AKA: John J. Ingles - Wampsville Cemetery.

• Probate: 1884, Madison County, NY. 37
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The will was declared invalid by the Surrogate Court
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Personalty $2000
Realty none listed
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File No. 4952
In the decision denying the validity of the will mention is made of
8 children. John Jay Jr. died in infancy. This leaves Susan as suspect.
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John married Anna A. Buyea, daughter of John Averal Buyea and Elizabeth Boyer. Anna was born in 1810 in Herkimer County, NY, died 29 Feb 1870 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Buyea Family Cemetery, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.3

Birth Notes:

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Visit # 971

• Census: 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Visit # 326

Children from this marriage were:

+ 9 M    i. Rush Ingalls was born on 3 Apr 1833 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY,38 died on 13 Aug 1917 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY39,40,41,42 at age 84, and was buried on 15 Aug 1917 in Walnut Grove, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

Rush married Charity Eliza Adle (b. 16 Dec 1839, d. 22 Jan 1925) in 1862 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.43

+ 10 M    ii. Lucius Ingalls 44 was born on 17 Sep 1834 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,2,45 died on 24 Jan 1921 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY46,47,48 at age 86, and was buried on 27 Jan 1921 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3,46

Lucius married Emily Clement (b. 14 Feb 1836, d. 30 Jan 1928) on 1 Jan 1856.2

   11 F    iii. Susan Ingalls was born in 1835.

+ 12 M    iv. Luther B. Ingalls 2 was born in May 1838 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY,49 died on 2 Jun 1906 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY50,51,52 at age 68, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Luther married Margaret Rouse (b. 13 Dec 1839, d. 24 Nov 1909) about 1860.

   13 F    v. Martha Ann Ingalls was born on 10 Nov 1840, died on 25 Jan 1917 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY41,53 at age 76, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: Alt. Death, 24 Jan 1917. 54

• Probate: 19 Feb 1917, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 54
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Petition Chilton Ingalls
Heirs
Mrs Jane Eddy, sister, Kenwood, NY
Rush Ingalls, brother, Oneida, NY
Newton Ingalls, brother, Merrillsville, NY
Lucius Ingalls, brother, Wampsville, NY
Chilton Ingalls, nephew (lived with at time of death)
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• resided: with nephew, Chilton S. Ingalls, 1910, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
on Creek Road.

+ 14 F    vi. Ruth Ingalls was born in Dec 1841, died in 1906 in Wampsville, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY at age 65, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.3

Ruth married Orrin A. Eddy (b. 1840, d. 4 May 1883) before 1860.

+ 15 M    vii. Newton Ingalls was born on 12 May 1844 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 4 Nov 1917 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY55 at age 73, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Newton married S. Jane Butler (b. 10 Feb 1844, d. 5 Jun 1923) on 12 Jan 1869 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.56

   16 M    viii. John Jay Ingalls Jr was born in 1846, died on 29 Dec 1848 at age 2, and was buried in Buyea Family Cemetery, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.3

+ 17 M    ix. Addison Ingalls was born in 1849 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 3 Apr 1904 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY57,58 at age 55, and was buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.3

Addison married Ellen V. Harrington (b. 14 Oct 1852, d. 5 Jan 1932).

+ 18 F    x. Jane Ingalls was born in Jun 1854, died in 1928 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY at age 74, and was buried in 1928 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Jane married Reuben M. Eddy (b. 1847, d. 22 Aug 1898).

John next married Mary L. Sheldon between 1870 and 1880, daughter of Justus Sheldon and Lucinda Bates. Mary was born about 1841,59,60 died on 6 Jun 1921 in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY61 about age 80, and was buried in 1921 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.60

Marriage Notes: See 1880 Census for John Jay Ingalls

Burial Notes: Ingalls, Mary L. 1841-1921

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: dress maker, 1917, Chittenango, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Residence: Chittenango, NY, Between 1917 and 1921. 61

• Probate: 5 Dec 1921, Madison, NY. 61
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Heirs
Lily R. Chasmer Niece
Jennie S. Goodenough Niece
Matilda W. Bresee Niece
Justus H. Sheldon Nephew
Lina A. Booth Niece
Alice J. Rounds Niece
Harriet S. Rounds Niece
Thomas Sheldon Nephew
Florence Sheldon Niece

4. James Ingalls Jr was born on 14 Jan 1814 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY2 and died on 28 Oct 1893 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY22,23 at age 79.

Death Notes: 1891 - Ingles James, 28 Oct, Lenox

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farrmer, 90 acres, 1882, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 63

• Residence: farm of 50 acres, 1837, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 8

• Land: James Ingles, 1868, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 64 (Wampsville, lot 15, farmer 96).

• Census: U.S., 1840, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 65
James Ingles, Jun.
Males:
Under 8: 1
30-40: 1
Females:
Under 8: 1
20-30: 1

• Census: U.S., 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 66
Dwelling 978
Post Office: Wampsville
Jas Ingles, 50, farmer, realty 2900
Jennina, 46
Helen, 19, teacher
Franklin, 17
Lucinda, 14
Emma J., 19
Elnora, age 5, is listed in the next household of Lucius Ingles, but possibly belongs to the James Ingles family.

• Census: U.S., 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
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Visit 221
James 60
Lydia 56
Flora 14
Mary Chase, 27, teaching school
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• Census: 1880, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 36
James INGLES Self Male W 70 NY Farmer NY NY
Jennie INGLES Wife Female W 65 NY House Keeping NY NY
Nora INGLES Dau Female W 24 NY NY NY

• News Item: Oneida Union, 5 Jan 1888, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. -Riley Moon and family in company with James Ingalls and family
and other relatives made Christmas a merry day at the home of
Alonzo Snyder, near Clockville. Between 30 and 40 guests sat down
to a bounteous repast which all enjoyed and such an enjoyable
family gathering is well worth mentioning, although not known to
your scribe until ...

James married Julia (Jennie) Rice.,24 daughter of Rice and Unknown. Julia was born on 14 Jul 18142 and died on 30 Oct 1891 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY67 at age 77.

Death Notes: 4 Nov 1891

Children from this marriage were:

+ 19 F    i. Catherine Ingalls was born in 1839,2 died in 1923 in Town of Eaton, Madison Co., New York at age 84, and was buried in 1923 in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Catherine married George W. Harp (b. 1820, d. 1903) in 1857.2

+ 20 F    ii. Helen Ingalls was born in 1842, died in 1916 at age 74, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Helen married Alonzo Snyder (b. 1842, d. 10 Mar 1908) before 1864.

+ 21 M    iii. Benjamin Franklin (Frank) Ingalls was born on 13 Dec 1843 and died on 21 Dec 1915 in Lenox Furnace, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY68,69,70,71 at age 72.

Benjamin married Mary Ann Butler (b. Apr 1848, d. 26 Apr 1926) on 15 Jan 1869.72

+ 22 F    iv. Lucinda Ingalls was born in Jun 1845 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,2 died on 24 Feb 1916 in Eaton, Madison Co, NY73 at age 70, and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Lucinda married Lott D. Black (b. Sep 1844, d. 8 May 1915) on 22 Mar 1865 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.74

+ 23 F    v. Emma J. Ingalls was born on 12 Feb 1848 in Madison County, NY,2 died on 17 Mar 1925 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY75 at age 77, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Emma married James Riley Moon (b. 16 Nov 1841, d. 14 Nov 1919).

   24 F    vi. Nora Ingalls was born in Jan 1856 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY and died on 31 Dec 1937 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY76 at age 81.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U.S., 7 Apr 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 77
Household 71, visitation 75:
Nora Moore, widow, own farm, value 20
Age: 74
Estimated birth year: abt 1856
Birthplace: New York

Household 70, visitation 74: George Moore, widower, dairy farmer

Nora married Frank A. Moore on 16 Dec 1890.,78 son of Thomas Moore and Fidella Horton. Frank was born on 3 Nov 1841, died on 22 Aug 1924 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY79 at age 82, and was buried in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• News Item: Oneida Union, 22 Dec 1890, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. 80 -Our esteemed townsman, Frank
Moore, was united in marriage to Miss
Nora Ingalls on the 16th inst. After a
short stay at Adams, they returned to
their home here Friday evening, when
they were surprised by about twenty
jolly couples, who had, through the
kindness of his son, already taken pos-
session of his new and as yet unfinished
house, and were enjoying a good old-
fashioned house warming until their ar-
rival, when a cordial welcome and
hearty congratulations were tendered
the newly wedded couple. Meanwhile a
few young folks had, through the invi-
tation of the older ones, betaken them-
selves to the old home and prepared an
oyster supper, to which Mr. and Mrs.
Moore and their unexpected guests
were invited to, after which festivities
were resumed until near morning, when
the party dispersed, each wishing the
host and hostess many years of happi-
ness in their new and elegant home. Ex-
cellent music was furnished by the
Eddy brothers. Among the out of town
guests we noticed Mr. and Mrs. George
Harp of Pratt's Hollow, and Mr. and
Mrs. Rolin Case, of Perryville, the
ladies being a sister and niece of the
bride.

Marriage Notes: The Oneida Union
Merrillsville.
Dec. 22, 1890
-Our esteemed townsman, Frank
Moore, was united in marriage to Miss
Nora Ingalls on the 16th inst. After a
short stay at Adams, they returned to
their home here Friday evening, when
they were surprised by about twenty
jolly people, who had, through the
kindness of his son, already taken pos-
session of his new and as yet unfinished
house, and were enjoying a good old-
fashioned house warming until their ar-
rival, when a cordial welcome and
hearty congratulations were tendered
the newly wedded couple. Meanwhile a
few young folks had, through the invi-
tation of the older ones, betaken them-
selves to the old home and prepared an
oyster supper, to which Mr. and Mrs.
Moore and their unexpected guests
were invited to, after which festivities
were resumed until near morning, when
the party dispersed, each wishing the
host and hostess many years of happi-
ness in their new and elegant home. Ex-
cellent music was furnished by the
Eddy brothers. Among the out of town
guests we noticed Mr. and Mrs. George
Harp of Pratt's Hollow, and Mr. and
Mrs. Rolin Case, of Perryville, the
ladies being a sister and niece of the
bride.

Noted events in his life were:

• Misc: the owner of 2nd automobile, 2 Jun 1907, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 81

• Census: U.S., 1880, Lenox, Madison County, NY. 36 Frank A. MOORE Self M Male W 38 NY Farmer CT CT
Melvina MOORE Wife M Female W 37 NY House Keeping MA CT
George MOORE Son S Male W 7 NY At School NY NY

• Census: U.S., 5 Jun 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 82
Frank Moore
Home in 1900: Lincoln, Madison, New York
Age: 58
Birthplace: New York, father b Connecticut, mother b Connecticut
Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Spouse's name: Nora

Household Members:
Frank Moore 58, number of years married 28, farmer
Nora Moore 44, number of years married 28 (sic)
Earnest S Moore 17

• Census: U.S., 20 Jan 1920, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 83 Frank A Moore
Home in 1920: Lenox, Madison, New York
Age: 78 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1842
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's name: Nora
Father's Birth Place: Connecticut
Mother's Birth Place: Connecticut
Marital Status: Married

Frank A Moore 78, owns farm, retired
Nora Moore 64

5. Joseph Ingalls 2nd was born on 14 Jan 1815 in Lenox, Madison County, NY,25 died on 10 Nov 1898 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY26,27,28,29 at age 83, and was buried after 10 Nov 1898 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.3

Burial Notes: Located near the middle road on the left just before the mortuary (L-17-02).

Epitaph
==================
JOSEPH INGOLS
BORN
JAN 14, 1814
DIED NOV. 10, 1898
----------------------------
MARY
HIS WIFE
DIED NOV. 14, 1886
AGED 68 YRS. 6 MON.
---------------------------------
INGOLS

Noted events in his life were:

• Property: Lot 6, 1868, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: the house on Creek Road, which he built, 1831, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. The original house built by Joseph Ingalls is owned and occupied by the son of David Sadler, Canastota Village Historian. 7/3/2003.

• Occupation: Farmer, 140 acres, 1882, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 63

• Residence: home of Mrs. Frank Winchell, 1897-1898, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Census: 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

=================
Visit 323 Creek Road
Joseph 36 - Farmer, Realy $2,100
Mary 31
Francis 8
Orin 6
Nancy 5
Nicholas 2
Mary 2/12
=================
Visit 321 - Conrad and Abigail Adle
Visit 322 - Alexander & Lucinda Adle

• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 84
============
Visit 54
Joseph 54, tavern
Mary 52
Nicholas 22, farm laborer
Mary J., 10
============


• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 85 Joseph INGOLS Self M Male W 67 NY Farmer NY NY
Mary INGOLS Wife M Female W 61 NY House Keeping NY NY
Nicholas INGOLS Son S Male W 32 NY At Home NY NY

• AKA: Joseph Ingols (1868/69) Lot 6. 64 Ingols, Joseph, (Wampsville,) lot 6, farmer 207.acres

• Obituary: Oneida Post, 11 Nov 1898, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 86
MERILLSVILLE
Merrillsville, Nov. 11--Joseph Ingalls, an aged man, died suddenly yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Winchell, about two miles north of this village. He had resided with Mrs. Winchell since the death of his wife several years ago and leaves one other daughter, Mrs. W. Miller of Utica and two sons to mourn his loss. He is an uncle of Mrs. Riley Moon and Mrs. Frank Moore of this village.

Oneida Post
11 November 1898

• Obituary: Canastota Bee, 12 Nov 1898, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 87
Found Dead in His Chair.
Joseph Ingalls, 83 years old and a
well known resident of the town of
Lincoln, was found dead in his chair
at his home south of Lenox Thursday
forenoon. A daughter of Mr. Ingalls,
who kept house for him, went calling
at a neighbor's during the morning
and upon returning found the old gen-
tleman had expired. He was appar-
ently well when she left him. Coroner
Knapp viewed the remains and decided
that heart disease, coupled with old
age, was the cause of death.

Joseph married Mary Kilts on 24 Dec 1840.,25 daughter of Nicholas Kilts and Elizabeth Buyea. Mary was born on 25 Apr 1818,25 died on 14 Nov 188625 at age 68, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Biography: Descendants of Johann Conrad Kilts, Emigrant to America, 2000, Chatham, NY. 88 The Descendants of Johann Conrad Kilts
Emigrant to America
Genealogy of the Kilts Family

Herman W. Witthoft, Sr.

793. Mary7 KILTS (Nicholas6, Conrad5, Johann4, Johann3, Johann2, Hanss1) was born 25 Apr 1818. She was the daughter of Nicholas KILTS and Elizabeth (Betsy) BUYEA. Mary died 14 Nov 1888. She married Joseph INGALLS 24 Dec 1840. He was born 14 Jan 1814. He was the son of James INGALLS and Nancy MOOT. Joseph died 10 Nov 1898, and was buried 13 Nov 1898 in Wampsville, Madison Co., NY, USA.

NOTES for Joseph:

BIOGRAPHICAL: Joseph Ingalls had a twin brother, James. He was the son of James and Nancy Moot Ingalls. James, Sr., was born in 1783 and died 5 March 1867. He came to Madison County in 1805, was a school teacher and owned a farm south of Lenox Furnace. He married Nancy, daughter of Conrad Moot, who was born in 1784 and died 1 June 1869. The Ingalls family was originally from New England. They lived for awhile near Cherry Valley before coming to Lenox.

Known children of Mary KILTS and Joseph INGALLS are:

1765. m i. Orin Jason INGALLS, born about 1842. He married Josephine CLEMENT. She was born about 1842.
1766. m ii. Nicholas INGALLS, born about 1844.
MARRIAGE: Unmarried.
1767. f iii. Nancy M. INGALLS, born about 1846. She married Frank MITCHELL. He was born about 1846.
1768. f iv. Frances M. INGALLS, born about 1848. She married Wallace WINCHELL. He was born about 1848.
1769. f v. Mary INGALLS, born about 1850. She married Washington MILLER. He was born about 1850.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 25 F    i. Francis M. Ingalls was born on 6 Apr 184225,89 and died on 18 Mar 187425 at age 31.

Francis married Wallace M. Winchell (b. 19 Sep 1833, d. 19 Jul 1905) on 15 Feb 1865 in Utica, NY.25

+ 26 M    ii. Orin Jason Ingalls was born on 14 Dec 184325 and died on 12 May 1910 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY62,90 at age 66.

Orin married Josephine Clement (b. Abt 1846, d. 27 Jun 1916).

+ 27 F    iii. Nancy M. Ingalls 91 was born on 3 Jan 1846.25,91

Nancy married B. Franklin Winchell (b. 18 Mar 1842, d. 2 Sep 1908).

   28 M    iv. Nicholas Kilts Ingalls was born on 5 Mar 184825 and died on 13 Sep 1919 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY92,93 at age 71.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: 1898, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• News Item: Oneida Dispatch, 19 Sep 1919, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 94
PETERBORO
Peterboro, Sept. 18--When Nicholas Ingalls, a lifetime resident of this place, left his home Saturday and did not return at meal time, a search was instituted in the woods by volunteers who feared the old man had met with a fatal accident. During an unavailing search, a woman at the Ingalls home went to the rear of the house to throw out a pan of water and there discovered the body half hidden in some tall grass, where he had fallen. Coroner Chase was called and gave a verdict of death from apoplexy.

Oneida Dispatch
September 19, 1919

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 20 Sep 1919, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 92 This is the second sudden death to occur in the hills south of Canastota within a week. Last Saturday evening the body of Nicholas Ingalls was found back of his house, where he had fallen, a victim of apoplexy, nearly 30 hours before.

Nicholas married Mary E. Duffy. Mary was born in 1841, died on 8 Nov 1919 in Middletown, NY95 at age 78, and was buried on 11 Nov 1919 in St. Agatha's Cemetery, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 15 Nov 1919, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 96 Mary Ingalls
Mrs. Mary E. Ingalls, 78, widow of Nicholas Ingalls died at the home of her son, Thomas Duffy in Middletown Saturday. The body was brought to Canastota Monday evening and the funeral was held Tuesday morning at Saint Agatha's church. Rev. D. M. Hennessey officiating. Burial was in St. Agatha's cemetery. Mrs. Ingalls was twice married, her first husband, being Christopher Duffy whom many Canastotans will remember. She leaves two sons, Thomas and Christopher of Middletown and one daughter, Mrs. James Conley of Syracuse.

Canastota Bee Journal
15 November 1919

Transcribed: Wednesday, May 19, 1999
Douglas J. Ingalls

+ 29 F    v. Mary J. Ingalls was born on 24 Mar 1850 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.25

Mary married Washington Miller (b. 31 May 1853, d. 14 Apr 1923).

6. Conrad Ingalls was born on 29 Dec 1818 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 7 May 1899 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY30,31 at age 80, and was buried in 1899 in Peterboro Village Cemetery, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes:
Monument
=========
1818 CONRAD INGALLS 1892
1826 LYDIA J. TUCKER INGALLS 1865
1821 LYDIA LAMB INGALLS 1897
1804 ELINOR TUCKER 1882

There is also a monument near the front of the cemetery that
has INGALLS on the front visible from the road and DEGROODT
on the back.

General Notes:
=======================================================
CONRAD INGALLS, a prosperous and practical farmer of Smithfield, is
pleasantly located in District No. 10, where he owns upward of two
hundred acres of valuable land, which is well improved and amply
supplied with convenient and substantial farm buildings. He is a
native of Madison County, born in Lenox, December 29, 1818, a son of
James and Annie (Moot) Ingalls. On the paternal side our subject
is of English descent. His grandfather, Joseph Ingalls, a native
of England, emigrated to America in the eighteenth century, settling
in Connecticut. He at once identified himself with the welfare
of his adopted country, and during the Revolutionary War served
as Captain in the army. He died when in the prime of life, at the
early age of forty years, leaving two sons and three daughters.
On his mother's side our subject is of German ancestry, his
grandfather, Conrad Moot, having been the son of one John Moot,
who was born in Germany, and came to America in 1750. John Moot
left his native land in May, and crossed the ocean in a sailing
vessel, being on the water more than six months, not touching shore
until December 25, the same year. He was then a boy of sixteen, without
money, obliged to work out his passage; and the officers of the vessel
sold his time for five years. He settled in New York, and there
married, subsequently taking up land from the government in Rensselaer
County, where he spent the remainder of his life, dying at the age of
eighty years. He had a family of five ehildren, none of whom are
now living.
James Ingalls, father of our subject, was born in Connecticut; but
from the time he was three years old lived with an uncle in Columbia
County, this State. He had inherited much of the energy and enterprise
of his forefathers, and on attaining his majority started out to make for
himself a home, if not a fortune. Accordingly, in 1807 he came to Madison
County, and took up new land from the government in Lenox. The present
town site was then a wilderness, with an occasional clearing in which the
smoke of some pioneer's cabin could be seen. Railroads had never been
heard of. Canals and public highways were conspicuous only by their
absence, the necessary journeys to mill and market being made on horseback
over a road marked by blazed trees. He erected a log cabin, in which he
installed his wife, formerly Annie Moot, as mistress; and the family
subsisted on the food they raised or the game found in the forests. The
wife and mother ably did her part in caring for the household, being
kept busy in carding, spinning, and weaving the homespun from which
she fashioned the garments of the family. He labored unceasingly,
improving his land, doing a good business as general farmer and
stockraiser. He and his wife spent their last years on the homestead,
where they died at the ages of eighty-two and eighty-three years,
respectively. Both were worthy people and lived true Christian
lives, being consistent members of the Universalist church. In
politics Mr. Ingalls was a Whig. They reared five sons and one
daughter, of whom the following are living: James and Joseph, who
live in Lenox; and our subject.
Conrad Ingalls received his education in the district schools
of his native town, and commenced the duties of life at an early
age by assisting his father on the farm. He continued at home
thus engaged until thirty-two years of age. In 1851 he was united
in marriage with Lydia Jane Tucker, a native of Lenox, born in 1826,
a daughter of Eli and Eleanor Tucker, both of whom are now deceased.
Mr. Tucker was a shoe-dealer in the town of Lenox, and a respected
citizen of that place. Three years after his marriage our subject
came to Smithfield, and bought a tract of land, containing fifty-six
acres, which constitutes a part of his present homestead. He began
farming on a small scale, but, as time progressed, increased his
business and continued to add to his landed estate, until now
he has a rich and productive farm of two hundred and ten acres,
all under excellent cultivation. He carries on general farming and
dairying, having from twenty to thirty good cows. He makes a
specialty of raising hay, and is ranked among the progressive and
successful agriculturists of his county. To Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls
have been born three children: Albert, who is married, and 1ives
at home; Wil1is A., married, and lives in McGrawville, Cortland
County; Owen, who is a civil engineer, residing in the District of
Columbia. Politically, our subject is a steadfast Republican, and
a man of influence in his Community, which he has served for
four years as Assessor and for two years as Road Commissioner.
Mrs. Ingalls is a valued member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
=========================================================

Noted events in his life were:

• AKA: Conrad Ingles, 1850. 97

• resided: Ingalls District, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 98 Ingalls District--Settled area to the east of Peterboro, probably named for Conrad Ingalls, an early farmer. District schoolhouse No. 10 was located here, at the intersection of Williams and South Butler Roads. Further south on South Butler was a glass factory in the early 1800's. Where Oneida Creek, crosses South Butler, there was later a sawmill.

• AKA: Conrad Ingalls, 1868, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. 99

• Residence: Smithfield, 1852.

• Property: lot 6, N. P, 1868, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. 100
Ingalls, Conrad, (Peterboro,) lot 6, N. P., farmer 80.
[Peterboro = Post Office address]
[N.P. = New Petersburgh]

• Census: U.S., 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 101
visit 265
Conrad Ingles, age 30
Lydia J., 22
Alfred, 1

Nancy Williams, 55
William Popleton, 61, laborer
John Popleton, 14

• Census: U.S., 1860, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. 102 Conrad Ingles 40 farmer
Lydia J Ingles 37
Albert Ingles 10
Willis Ingles 4
Carrissa Johnson 21
James Johnson 14

• Census: U.S., 1870, Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 103
Conrad, 50, farmer
Albert, 21
Willia A., 14
Owen L., 7

• Census: U.S., 1880, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 104 Coonrad INGALS Self M Male W 61 NY Farmer NY NY
Lidey INGALS Wife M Female W 58 NY Keeping House NY NY
Albert INGALS Son S Male W 31 NY Farmer NY NY
Willis A. INGALS Son S Male W 24 NY Teaching NY NY
Owen INGALS Son S Male W 17 NY NY NY
Frankie LAMB * SDau S Female W 28 NY At Home NY NY
Hattie HART Other S Female W 15 NY Servant NY NY
*Stepdaughter

• Appointed: Trustee, Evans Academy, 20 Apr 1864, Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 105 From the Gazetteer of Towns (Peterboro):
A few years since, William Evans, of Boston, moved by his strong and enduring attachment for his native town, and a deep solicitude for its poor, donated the sum of $15,000, the annual income of which is to be used for the poor of the town. By mutual written agreement between Mr. Evans and the Trustees of the Academy, (which has very appropriately been named the "Evans Academy,") this fund is placed in the hands of the said Trustees, the annual income of which is at their disposal, except that the said Trustees are required and bound by the donor, to set apart each year, and hand over to a committee of three ladies of the town, (to be chosen by the town, or by said Trustees,) from the income of said fund, the sum of $300, to be used by them at their own discretion for the benefit of the poor of the town, as they shall deem best to promote the objects of the donor; the said ladies not being at all accountable to the donor or Trustees are prohibited from exacting any pay from the students from the poor families of the town, for their tuition at the Academy.

"The Evans Academy," thus sustained, chiefly, by the income of the Evans fund, to which is added its current receipts, is managed and its affairs directed, by a local board of 12 trustees. The officers of this Board for the year 1868 are Col. Charles D. Miller, President; Hon. Caleb Calkins, Treasurer, and Rev. William F. Bridge, Secretary. Its teachers are Rev William F. Bridge, A. M., Principal, and Miss Susan Marvin, Assistant. It has a small philosophical apparatus, and a library of about 300 volumes. Its whole number of students, who for the past year, including all who have attended in the several terms, is about 100. Provision is made for thorough course of study in all branches usually taught in Academic schools.

[Obituary: Conrad Ingalls ... the last of the twelve original trustees of Evans academy that were selected by William Evans. He has been trustee for over thirty years.]

Peterboro Town Clerk's office: papers regarding the "reorganization" of Peterboro Academy to Evans Academy in 1864. On April 20, 1864, the 12 trustees were: Gerrit Smith, Charles D. Miller, Green Smith, Abi A. Phipps, Arba Blodgett, Conrad Ingalls, Edwin D. Messinger, John Campbell, Emmon Downer, Frederick Hyde, Caleb Calkins, and Joseph E. Morgan. (Donna Dorrance Burdick, Smithfield Town Historian, 9/11/03)

• Biography: Biographical Review, 1894, Boston, MA. 106 Conrad Ingalls
December 29, 1818 - 8 May 1899

CONRAD INGALLS, a prosperous and practical farmer of Smithfield, is
pleasantly located in District No. 10, where he owns upward of two hundred
acres of valuable land, which is well improved and amply supplied with
convenient and substantial farm buildings. He is a native of Madison County,
born in Lenox, December 29, 1818, a son of James and Annie (Moot) Ingalls.
On the paternal side our subject is of English descent. His grandfather,
Joseph Ingalls, a native of England, emigrated to America in the eighteenth
century, settling in Connecticut. He at once identified himself with the
welfare of his adopted country, and during the Revolutionary War served as
Captain in the army. He died when in the prime of life, at the early age of
forty years, leaving two sons and three daughters.
On his mother's side our subject is of German ancestry, his grandfather,
Conrad Moot, having been the son of one John Moot, who was born in Germany,
and came to America in 1750. John Moot left his native land in May, and
crossed the ocean in a sailing vessel, being on the water more than six
months, not touching shore until December 25, the same year. He was then a
boy of sixteen, without money, obliged to work out his passage; and the
officers of the vessel sold his time for five years. He settled in New York,
and there married, subsequently taking up land from the government in
Rensselaer County, where he spent the remainder of his life, dying at the age
of eighty years. He had a family of five children, none of whom are now
living.
James Ingalls, father of our subject, was born in Connecticut; but from the
time he was three years old lived with an uncle in Columbia County, this
State. He had inherited much of the energy and enterprise of his forefathers,
and on attaining his majority started out to make for himself a home, if not
a fortune. Accordingly, in 1807 he came to Madison County, and took up new
land from the government in Lenox. The present town site was then a
wilderness, with an occasional clearing in which the smoke of some pioneer's
cabin could be seen. Railroads had never been heard of. Canals and public
highways were conspicuous only by their absence, the necessary journeys to
mill and market being made on horseback over a road marked by blazed trees.
He erected a log cabin, in which he installed his wife, formerly Annie Moot,
as mistress; and the family subsisted on the food they raised or the game
found in the forests. The wife and mother ably did her part in caring for the
household, being kept busy in carding, spinning, and weaving the homespun
from which she fashioned the garments of the family. He labored unceasingly,
improving his land, doing a good business as general farmer and stockraiser.
He and his wife spent their last years on the homestead, where they died at
the ages of eighty-two and eighty-three years, respectively. Both were
worthy people and lived true Christian lives, being consistent members of the
Universalist church. In politics Mr. Ingalls was a Whig. They reared five
sons and one daughter, of whom the following are living: James and Joseph,
who live in Lenox; and our subject.
Conrad Ingalls received his education in the district schools of his native
town, and commenced the duties of life at an early age by assisting his
father on the farm. He continued at home thus engaged until thirty-two years
of age. In 1851 he was united in marriage with Lydia Jane Tucker, a native
of Lenox, born in 1826, a daughter of Eli and Eleanor Tucker, both of whom
are now deceased. Mr. Tucker was a shoe-dealer in the town of Lenox, and a
respected citizen of that place. Three years after his marriage our subject
came to Smithfield, and bought a tract of land, containing fifty-six acres,
which constitutes a part of his present homestead. He began farming on a
small scale, but, as time progressed, increased his business and continued to
add to his landed estate, until now he has a rich and productive farm of two
hundred and ten acres, all under excellent cultivation. He carries on general
farming and dairying, having from twenty to thirty good cows. He makes a
specialty of raising hay, and is ranked among the progressive and successful
agriculturists of his county. To Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls have been born three
children: Albert, who is married, and lives at home; Willis A., married, and
lives in McGrawville, Cortland County; Owen, who is a civil engineer,
residing in the District of Columbia. Politically, our subject is a steadfast
Republican, and a man of influence in his Community, which he has served for
four years as Assessor and for two years as Road Commissioner. Mrs. Ingalls
is a valued member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Source: Biographical Review ... of the Leading Citizens of Madison County, New York (1894)
 

• Biography: Names and Sketches of the Pioneer Settlers - Tuttle, Madison County, NY. 19 Bio - Conrad Ingalls

INGALLS FAMILY
MOOT FAMILY

...
Conrad Ingalls was born in the town of Lenox Dec. 29, 1818, a son of James and Annie (Moot) Ingalls. Conrad remained at home assisting his father on the farm until he was 32 years old. In 1851 he married Lydia Jane Tucker, a native of Lenox, born in 1826, a daughter of Eli and Eleanor Tucker. Mr. Tucker was a shoe-dealer in the town of Lenox. Three years after their marriage Conrad and Lydia bought a tract of land, containing 56 acres, in the town of Smithfield. They kept adding to this until they owned 210 acres. They had 3 children: (1) Albert. (2) Willis A. lived in McGrawville, Cortland County. (3) Owen was a civil engineer and lived in the District of Columbia. Conrad held the offices of Assessor and Road Commissioner.

Note: See James Ingalls bio
See Annie Moot bio

• Obituary: Oneida Post, 13 May 1899, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 17 PETERBORO--On Sunday May 7, occurred the death of Conrad Ingalls, an old and respected citizen of this town. He was eighty years of age, death caused by cancer of the stomach. He was the last of a family of five sons, also the last of the twelve original trustees of Evans academy that were selected by William Evans. He has been trustee for over thirty years. He leaves three sons, Albert of this place, Willis of Phelps and Owen of Washington, D. C., his wife having died two years ago this month. Funeral services were held from his late house on Wednesday at 2 p.m.
Willis Ingalls of Phelps N. Y., and Owen Ingalls of Washington, D. C., are in town called here by the death of their father.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee, 13 May 1899, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 107
Two Deaths At Peterboro.
...
Last Sunday Conrad Ingalls, an
aged an (sic) much respected Peterboro
man, passed away. He leaves three
sons: Owen L., of Washington, D. C.;
Willis A., of Phelps and Albert, who
resides at the family residence near
Peterboro.

• Will: 30 Oct 1896. 108 Codicil 9 to the will was signed in Apr 1898.

• Probate: 10 Jul 1899, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 108

Conrad married Lydia Jane Tucker on 10 Jun 1848, daughter of Eli Tucker and Eleanor Torrey. Lydia was born on 23 Aug 1826 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 17 Nov 1865 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY at age 39, and was buried in Peterboro Village Cemetery, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 16 Dec 1865, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 109 DIED.
INGALLS--In Smithfield, Nov. 17, 1865, of typhoid fever, Mrs. S. J. Ingalls, wife of Conrad Ingalls, aged 39 years. It is paying but a small tribute to the memory of the departed, to say that, possessed of no ordinary intellectual endowments and kindly emotions of heart, her example as wife and mother and friend is worthy of all imitation. All who knew her sympathize with the bereaved family in a common loss, and none more so than the poor, whose wants it was always her happiness to relieve.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 30 M    i. Albert Ingalls was born on 1 Jul 1849 in Lenox, Madison County, NY,2 died on 22 Oct 1927 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY at age 78, and was buried in Peterboro Village Cemetery, Peterboro, NY.

Albert married Ella S. McDermott 91 (b. Apr 1862, d. 25 Feb 1935) in 1887.

+ 31 M    ii. Willis Arnold Ingalls was born on 28 Jan 1856 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY, died on 25 Oct 1941 at age 85, and was buried in Oct 1941 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Willis married Mary "Minnie" Dorrance (b. 4 May 1858, d. 7 Nov 1934) on 7 Jul 1881 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

+ 32 M    iii. Owen Lovejoy Ingalls was born in Feb 1863.

Owen married Mercy S. Sinsabaugh (b. 16 Nov 1866, d. 3 Mar 1964) on 23 Oct 1895 in Washington, DC.

Conrad next married Lydia Jane Stone on 12 Sep 1871, daughter of Samuel Stone and Lucy Howard. Lydia was born in 1821 in Massachusetts, died on 16 May 1897 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY110 at age 76, and was buried in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Property: Charles Kilts place from Cornelius Bedford, 16 Feb 1861, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Census: U.S., 1860, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 111
Lydia Lamb, 38, b. abt 1822 New York
Frances Lamb, female, age 7

• Census: U.S., 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 112 Dwelling 364, visit 375
Lydia Lamb, 48 , BirthPlace: New York, Housekeeper, Realty $5,000
Frank Frances, F, 15

7. Erastus Ingalls was born in 1823 in Madison County, NY,2 died on 17 Sep 1890 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY32,33 at age 67, and was buried in 1890 in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY.

Death Notes: Epitaph on Monument

ERASTUS INGALLS
1823-1890
ATHELIA HIS WIFE
1828-1885
JESSIE 1863-1908

INGALLS
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Markings on stones

Father Mother Sister
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Noted events in his life were:

• Probate: 4 Oct 1890, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 113

• Occupation: Farmer, 126 acres, 1882, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 114

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 115 House 36 (next to Simeon Buyea)

Erastus Ingalls - 1880
Household:

Erastus INGLES Self M Male W 57 NY Farmer NY NY
Athelia INGLES Wife M Female W 52 NY Keeping House NY VT
Frederick INGLES Son Male W 21 NY At Home NY NY
Nellie INGLES Dau Female W 18 NY At Home NY NY
Jessie INGLES Dau Female W 17 NY At Home NY NY
Betsy STEWART MotherL W Female W 77 VT VT VT


• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

Visitation 175
Erastus 46
Athelia 42
Phineas 14
Frederick 12
Nellie 10
Jessie 7

• Land: Erastus Ingles 1868/69 Lot 5, 1868, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 64 Ingles, Erastus, (Wampsville,) lot 5, farmer 130.

• AKA: Erastus Ingles 1870 Census.

• Will: 6 Feb 1878. 113

• Obituary: Oneida Union, 18 Sep 1890, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 81
Erastus Ingalls, a farmer residing near here, died suddenly of apoplexy, yesterday morning surviving the attack only about 20 minutes. The deceased, who had been in his usual health, came in the house shortly after 8 o'clock and complained of feeling ill and quietly sank into unconsciousness. His children were telephoned for at Lee Centre and Rome and arr. at the family home. He was 68 years of age, and a respected citizen who will be missed by the community in which he lived and moved. He was a brother-in-law of P .L. Stewart, of Oneida, and besides a large number of relatives and friends, leaves five children, two sons and three daughters. The funeral takes place at the residence of his brother, James, tomorrow.

Oneida Union
18 Sep 1890

• AKA: Erastus Ingalls - Walnut Grove Cemetery, 1890, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

Erastus married Athelia Stewart, daughter of Stewart and Betsie <Stewart>. Athelia was born in 1828 in New York116 and died in 1885 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY116 at age 57.

Noted events in her life were:

• AKA: Athalia. 117

Children from this marriage were:

   33 F    i. Josephine L. Ingalls was born in Mar 1855, died on 7 Oct 1935 at age 80, and was buried in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.

Burial Notes: Hollenbeck, Josephine L. Ingalls (dau of Erastus & Athalice Ingalls), wife of George E. Hollenbeck, 1855-(oct. 7) 1935

Josephine married George E. (Frank) Hollenbeck on 1 Dec 1886.118 George was born in 1853, died on 7 Oct 1913 at age 60, and was buried in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.

Burial Notes: Hollenbeck, George E. born 1853 died (Oct. 7) 1913, aged 60 yrs

+ 34 M    ii. Phineas Dexter Ingalls was born on 6 Apr 1857,119 died on 26 Oct 1935119 at age 78, and was buried in 1935 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.

Phineas married Emma L. Sparrow (b. 1866, d. 1934).

   35 M    iii. Frederick Carson Ingalls was born on 23 Feb 1859.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Photographer, Glens Falls, Warren Co., NY.

• Census: U.S., 1 Jun 1900, Canajoharie, Montgomery Co, NY. 120 Ingalls, Fred, b Feb 1859, 41, m 4 yrs., no occupation listed.
Addie, wife, b Jun 1872, 27, m 4 yrs., 0/0 children.

• Census: U.S., 16 Apr 1910, Glens Falls, Warren Co., NY. 121 118 Bliss Rd.
Ingalls, Fred; 51, m 14 years, properietory, photography.
Addie, wife, 36, m1 14 years

Frederick married Addie A. Waite on 16 Oct 1895 in Saratoga, NY, daughter of Walton A. Waite and Emma Gamble. Addie was born on 14 Jun 1872.

   36 F    iv. Nellie Ingalls was born on 21 Sep 1861, died on 28 Apr 1933 at age 71, and was buried in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.122

Burial Notes: Hitchcock, Nellie I. (Ingalls), (dau of Erastus Ingalls & wife of H. J. Hitchcock), Sep. 21,
1861-Apr. 28, 1933

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: Lee Center.

• News Item: Merillsville Brevities, Oneida Union, 1887-1905, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. Sept. 10, 1888-Miss Nellie Ingalls and her bother, Phineas of Lee Centre, are staying at their father's Erastus Ingalls, during the hop-picking.
Oct. 18, 1888.-George Hollenbeck, of Lee Centre, made his parents a short call last week. His sister-in-law, Miss Nellie Ingalls, returned to the Centre with him to continue the dress making business.
March 21, 1889 -Miss Nellie Ingalls, of Lee Centre, is visiting at her father's house here for a few weeks.
Feb 3, 1890.-Miss Nellie Ingalls, of Lee Centre has been spending several days among her friends here, near her old home that now lies in ruins.
May 6, 1890-Miss Nellie Ingalls has returned to her home, at Lee Centre, after spending some time with friends and relatives here.
 

Nellie married Henry Jay Hitchcock, son of Bennett Hitchcock and Unknown. Henry was born on 19 Nov 1824 in NY, died on 3 Oct 1912 at age 87, and was buried in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Merchant, 1868, Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY. 123 Our County and It's People
Chapter 37

The Town of Lee

p. 467 was built by William and Abijah Park, and leased to a Mr. Sherman who kept the first store in the place. Eleazer Bushnell, and others succeeded as merchants. A tannery was established at this place in 1830-31 by Asa Adams; it was a small affair and was sold to Asa B. Sexton. Later it patted to Eames & Smith, who conducted it successfully. It burned in 1888, and was not rebuilt. A large tannery was put in operation here about 1871 by a Boston firm, and a great business was done; it was afterwards burned in 1876 and not rebuilt. George and Aaron Stedman began their foundry about 1840; it was discontinued many years ago. The Lee Center House is now kept by John Bowman, and C.B. Hitchcock has another hotel. The present store of the village are kept by Carl Simon, who has been many years on his present site, where he succeeded A.A. Cornish; he is also post master. Henry J. Hitchcock, in trade since 1868 at his present place. W.H. Wyman, millinery, Mrs. Ingalls, grocery, Merritt Knight, clothing, and James R. Rogers, who succeeded Reuben R. Richmond. David Swanscott has a large lumber business with a steam mill in Lewis county.

• Census: U.S., 1880, Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY. 124
Henry J. HITCHCOCK Self M Male W 56 NY Merchant CT CT
Hannah L. HITCHCOCK Wife M Female W 49 NY Housekeeper NY CT
Lottie HITCHCOCK Dau S Female W 15 NY At School NY CT
Arthur HITCHCOCK Son S Male W 15 NY At School NY NY
Jessie HITCHCOCK Dau S Female W 9 NY At School NY NY
Sarah YORK SisterL W Female W 56 NY Housework NY CT
Friend YORK Nephew S Male W 10 NY At School NY NY

   37 F    v. Jessie Fremont Ingalls was born in 1863 and died in Dec 1908 in Lee Center, Oneida Co., NY125 at age 45.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: 4 Jan 1909, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 126
Jessie Fremont Ingalls
Miss Jessie Fremont Ingalls a former
resident of Wampsville died last week at
the home of her sister, Mrs. H. J. Hitch-
cock of Lee Centre with whom she had
made her home for the past fifteen years.
Death was caused by fibroid phthsis or
consumption of the fibers from which
she had suffered for some time. Mrs. In-
galls conducted a millinery establishment
at Lee Centre. She had an extensive
trade and just before her death had pur-
chased a building for her business. She
had a lovable disposition and fine char-
acter and her death is mourned by many
friends. The funeral was held at the
home of her sister, at 9 a. m. Monday,
Rev. George Dermott officiating, The
bearers were Phineas D. Ingalls, Willis
D. Ingalls, S. Stuart Ingalls, and G. E.
Hollenbeck, all relatives of the deceased.
Interment was made in the cemetery at
Wampsville, the former home of the de-
ceased.

Jan 1909
Canastota Bee Journal
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Jessie married George Hitchcock.


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8. Dewitt C. Hall was born in 1826.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1860, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
Visit 1034

• Census: U.S., 1850, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
Visit 324
Farm of James Ingalls, Jr., laborer

Dewitt married Nancy J <Hall>. Nancy was born in 1832.

Children from this marriage were:

   38 F    i. Cynthia A. Hall was born in 1856.127

   39 F    ii. Anna Hall was born after 1860.10

   40 F    iii. Nellie Hall was born after 1860.128

   41 M    iv. James C. Hall was born after 1860.128

9. Rush Ingalls was born on 3 Apr 1833 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY,38 died on 13 Aug 1917 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY39,40,41,42 at age 84, and was buried on 15 Aug 1917 in Walnut Grove, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

Death Notes: Death Certificate No. 450, City of Rome, New York
Age: 84 yrs, 4 mos, 10 da
Whites Hotel
Reported: Willis D. Ingalls, Rome, NY
Father: John J. Ingalls
Mother: Anna Buyea

Burial Notes: Funeral services held at Presbyterian Church, Wampsville, N.Y., Wednesday, August 15, 1917.
No record of burial. Cemetery records were lost. No stone.

General Notes: Rush, Sr., living with son, Seymour in 1900 in Town of Volney, Oswego County.
Note Dibble, Walter living nearby. Charity not with Rush, Sr.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer.

• Census: federal, 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
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Visitation 203
Rush 36
Charity 32
Eu(?) 10
John J. 7
Willis 5
Frank 3
Seymour 1
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• Census: federal, 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 129
Rush INGLES Self Male W 44 NY Farmer NY NY
Charity INGLES Wife Female W 40 NY House Keeping NY NY
John J. INGLES Son Male W 16 NY At Home NY NY
William D. INGLES Son Male W 15 NY At Home NY NY
Franklin INGLES Son S Male W 13 NY At School NY NY
Suymour INGLES Son S Male W 12 NY At School NY NY
Huldah A. INGLES Dau S Female W 10 NY At School NY NY
Nellie INGLES Dau S Female W 7 NY At School NY NY
Rush INGLES Son S Male W 4 NY At School NY NY
Mary INGLES Dau S Female W 1 NY NY NY

Visitation 218
Census Place Lenox, Madison, New York

• Census: 1900, Town of Volney, Oswego County. Living with son, Seymour, in the town of Volney, Oswego county, age 65.
His wife, Charity, is enumerated living with daughter, Huldah, in town of Vernon.

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 16 Aug 1917, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 43 Rush Ingalls.
Rush Ingalls, Sr., aged 88, died at the home of his son, William D. Ingalls, proprietor of White's Hotel, in Rome, at 12:30 o'clock Monday morning. He was stricken with paralysis last Friday and remained unconscious until his death. He was born in Wampsville and resided in that vicinity until eight years ago. Since that time Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls resided with their children. In Clockville 55 years ago he was married to Christine (sic) Adle, who survives with eight children: Mrs. Hulda Terwilliger of Coatesville, Pa., Mrs. William Stook, Jr. of Kirkville, John J. Ingalls of Vernon, W. D. Ingalls of Rome, with whom he had resided for the past two years, Frank Ingalls of Sherrill, Seymour Ingalls of Fulton and Rush Ingalls, Jr., of Oneida. He also leaves one sister, Mrs. Jane Eddy of Kenwood, and two brothers, Lewis of Wampsville and Norton Ingalls of Merrillsville. Mr. Ingalls was a farmer by occupation and was very successful. He so lived that he commanded the respect and esteem of those with whom he came in contact. The remains were taken to Wampsville for the funeral and interment on Wednesday.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 18 Aug 1917, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 130
Rush Ingalls died at White's hotel at Rome Monday morning. He had a
stroke last Friday noon and had since been unconscious. He was born in
Wampsville eighty-eight years ago and all his life had been spent in that
place with the exception of the past eight years when he and his wife made
their home with their children. He had always been engaged in farming. His
widow survives, also the following children: John J. Ingalls of Vernon, pro-
prietor of White's hotel at Rome; Frank of Sherrill, Seymour of Fulton,
Rush, Jr. of Oneida, Mrs. Huldah Terwillinger of Coatesville, Pa, Mrs. Wil-
liam Stook of Vernon, Mrs. William Stook, Jr, of Kirkville, and two
brothers, Lewis Ingalls of Wampsville, and Norton Ingalls of Merrillsville,
and one sister, Mrs. Jane Eddy of Kenwood. The funeral was held at 2
p. m. on Wednesday at the Presbyterian church at Wampsville.

Rush married Charity Eliza Adle in 1862 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.,43 daughter of Conrad Adle and Abigail Raymond. Charity was born on 16 Dec 1839 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 22 Jan 1925 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York131,132 at age 85, and was buried on 24 Jan 1925 in Walnut Grove, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.133

Marriage Notes: Obituary of August 18, 1917 -- In Clockville 55 years ago he was married to Christine Adle....

Death Notes: Informant for death certificate: John Ingalls
Listed father as Conrad Adle, birthplace unknown
Listed maiden name of mother as Pady Adle, birthplace unknown

Burial Notes: Undertaker: C. Fred Campbell, Oneida, NY.
Date of burial January 24, 1925, Wampsville, NY
No record of burial. Cemetery records lost. No stone.

Noted events in her life were:

• Property: Lot 12 & 16 Oneida Purchase of 1826, 10 Apr 1869, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 134
Charity E. Ingles sold to John J. Ingles part of Lot No. 16 Oneida Purchase of 1826
and part on Lot No. 12 Oneida Purchase of 1826. Both total about 5 acres..
The original mortgage on the property held by Lucius Ingles was assumed
by John Jay Ingles. A small parcel was reserved for a school house.
The amount of the sale was $403.15

• Census: 1900, Vernon, Oneida, New York.
INGALLS CHARITY E 62 F W NY NY ONEIDA VERNON 1900
Charity E., born Dec. 1838, age 61, M, married 41 years, 9 children born, 8 living. (Mother's place of birth: Connecticut)
Huldah, daughter, September 1871, age 28, single.

Charity and Huldah are living next to her sister, Nellie Mae Stook.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Eaton, Madison Co, NY. Charity, mother, age 80, widow. (Living with son, Rush.)

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 23 Jan 1925, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 135
Mrs. Charity Ingalls
Mrs. Charity Ingalls died yester-
day morning at the home of her son,
John Ingalls, in Vernon, aged 85.
She is survived by three daughters,
Mrs. Nellie Stook of Vernon, Mrs.
Mary Stock sic (Stook) of Kirkville and Mrs.
Huldah Erwilliger (sic) of Coalesville (sic),
Pa., and four sons, John of Vernon,
Frank of Oneida Castle, Seymour of
Fulton and Rush of Hamilton. The
funeral will be held tomorrow.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 42 M    i. George Frank Ingalls was born on 20 Nov 1863 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 10 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY136 at age 84, and was buried on 13 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

George married Jennie Ingalls (b. 15 Dec 1869, d. 30 Mar 1940) in 1897 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

+ 43 M    ii. William D. Ingalls was born about 1864, died on 12 Apr 1919 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY137 about age 55, and was buried in 1919 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.3,92

William married Ida J. Schermerhorn (b. 1870, d. 15 Jun 1946) in 1894.

+ 44 M    iii. John J. Ingalls was born on 14 Jun 1868 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, died on 27 Oct 1928 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York138 at age 60, and was buried on 30 Oct 1928 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

John married Flora L. Dingman (b. 15 Aug 1871, d. 12 Apr 1948) in 1892.

+ 45 M    iv. Seymour Ingalls was born about 1869.

Seymour married Ida Schermerhorn (b. Cir 1872).

   46 F    v. Huldah A. Ingalls was born in 1870.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 1917, Coatesville, Chester County, PA. 92,139 Obituary of Rush Ingalls

• Residence: 1925, Coatesville, Chester County, PA. Obituary of Charity Ingalls, Jan 23 1925

Huldah married Casper S. Terwilliger in 1907. Casper was born on 28 Mar 1880.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1910, Coatesville, Chester County, PA. 140 Line 58, household 115, visitation 115
768 Main Street
Casper S Terwilliger, 29, b. New York, 2nd marriage, married 3 yrs., electrician, steel mill
Wife, Hilda A., 35, b. New York, 1st marriage

• Census: Pennsylvania Index, 1910, Coatesville, Chester County, PA. 141 Casper S Terwilliger Birthplace: New York State: PA
Age: 29
Enumeration District: 0011
Visit: 0114
County: Chester, Coatesville
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Wife, Hilda A., 35, b New York

• Census: U. S., 1920, Downington, Chester County, PA. 142 25 West Lancaster Avenue
household 1, visitation 1
Terwilliger, Casper S., 38, mechanic, garage
Terwilliger, Casper S., Mrs., wife, 49


• Military: WWI Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Chester County, PA. 143 Birth date: March 28, 1880
Foreman, Midville S. & O. Co.
Nearest relative:
Mrs. Hilda Terwilliger
11 No. 8th Ave., Coatesville, Pa.

+ 47 F    vi. Nellie Mae Ingalls was born on 8 Jun 1873 and died in Oct 1951 in Oneida County, NY at age 78.

Nellie married William Eugene Stook (b. 11 Jan 1847, d. 6 Dec 1924) on 23 Feb 1892 in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

   48 F    vii. Infant Ingalls was born on 1 Feb 1875 and died on 2 Feb 1875.

Birth Notes: 1875 Census

Death Notes: 1875 Census

+ 49 M    viii. Rush S. Ingalls Jr was born on 9 Jan 1876, died on 7 Nov 1925 in Town of Hamilton, Madison County, NY132,144 at age 49, and was buried in Oneida Castle Cemetery, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Rush married Jessie L. Garlock (b. 1886-1887, d. 12 Nov 1928).

+ 50 F    ix. Mary L. Ingalls was born in 1879, died on 19 Apr 19493 at age 70, and was buried on 19 Apr 1949 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Mary married William H. Stook Jr. (b. Aug 1874) in 1896.

10. Lucius Ingalls 44 was born on 17 Sep 1834 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,2,45 died on 24 Jan 1921 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY46,47,48 at age 86, and was buried on 27 Jan 1921 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3,46

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25 (Ingles)

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Laborer - next to farm of Jos. Ingles, Jr., 1860.

• Occupation: Farmer - 1868/69 Directory Lot 10, 1870, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 64 Ingles, Lucius, (Oneida,) Lot 10, farmer 89.

• Occupation: a retired farmer, 1919, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Occupation: farmer, 1901, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Occupation: Farmer, 90 acres, 1882, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 63

• Religion: Presbyterian, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 2 He was Treasurer of the Presbyterian church at Wampsville

• Residence: 1901, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Property: Lot 10 Oneida Purchase 1842, 10 May 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 145 John J. Ingles to Lucius Ingles for $1,500
74 acres
17 acres

• Residence: at South Court Street (104 Genesee Street), Between 1915 and 1919, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62,146,147 Lucius Ingles bought what is known as the Ward/Ingalls house at the corner of N. Court St and E. Genesee St (Rt 5). The house was built by Jesse Hall (?) for Herman Ward for his wife who died before occupancy. The house was never occupied by Herman Ward. It was sold by Herman Ward to R. A. McConnell, the first mayor of Wampsville. The house subsequently was occupied by the Ingalls family for three generations. The early Moot house is also in existence.

• Census: U.S., 12 Jul 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 66
Dwelling 979, visitation 970
Lucius Ingles, 25, laborer
Emily, 23
Lewis, 2

(also in this household listed first is Elnora Ingles, age 5, although she appears to belong to the household of James Ingles, Jr. listed before)

• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Visit 480
Lucius 35
Emily 32
Lewis 12
John J.
Dora 4

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 129,148 Lucius INGLES Self M Male W 45 NY Farmer NY NY
Emily INGLES Wife M Female W 44 NY Keeping House NY NY
Lewis INGLES Son S Male W 22 NY Works On Farm NY NY
Marian INGLES Dau S Female W 4 NY NY NY
Florence PETERS Other S Female W 12 NY Servant NY NY
Benjamin TILL Other S Male W 26 NY Works

Census Place Lenox, Madison, New York
Family History Library Film 1254860

• Census: U.S., 1910, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 149
Court Street
Ingalls, Lucius, 75, married 53 yrs., general farmer
Emily, wife, 73, 2/2 children

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 150 Court Street, dwelling 32, visit 35:
Lucius, head, 84,
Emily, wife, 82
Marian, daughter, 44, single, search clerk, court house
Lewis E., son, 62, married, farmer

• AKA: Lucius Ingles (1868/69) Lot 10. 64 Ingles, Lucius, (Oneida,) lot 10, farmer 89.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 29 Jan 1921, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 92
Lucius Ingalls Dead
Lucius Ingalls, 86, probably the old-
est resident in town passed away at
his home in Court street on Monday
evening of this week, He had been
ill but a short time and death was
due more to the infirmities of old age
than any particular ailment or dis-
ease. On January first he and Mrs.
Ingalls, had been married 65 years,
He had resided in this village for
many years past and was very fav-
orably known by all who knew him.
Surviving besides his widow is one
daughter, Marion, an employee at the
Clerk's office in the court house. The
funeral was held Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, Rev. Mr. Swinnerton
of Oneida officiating. Burial was
made in the local cemetery.

Canastota Bee Journal
29 Jan 1921
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Lucius Ingalls
Lucius Ingalls, a lifelong resident of Wampsville, died Monday night, aged 86. On January 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls celebrated their sixty-fifth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Ingalls and one daughter, Marion, survive. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. George B. Swinnerton, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of this city, officiating.

• News Item: Wampsville home of Lucius Ingalls, 1 Jan 2005, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. WAMPSVILLE - Terry Blowers is bringing back a piece of history to Wampsville.

Blowers is currently in the process of restoring the house at 104 Genesee Street, which is at the intersection of Route 5 and Court Street. Blowers has owned the house for almost two years and he currently lives in it. He works in general contracting and restoration.
"It's like being on a stage; everyone sees what you do," he said.
He has been in the business his whole life. The first house he personally redid in 1975 was on Bruce Road in Canastota. Since then, Blowers has owned and restored many properties. He is also the Village of Wampsville historian since this past summer.
The house contains 20 rooms, including four bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. It also has eight fireplaces and two staircases. The upstairs has low ceilings and large closets. The land spans four acres, including a large barn.
"One good thing about the house is there hasn't been a lot of change over the years," Blowers said. "I'm restoring the house to as original as I can get it. The house is in good shape structurally. It's surprising that it's in as good a shape as it is."
Currently, he has only one room completely finished, the upstairs bathroom. The wiring, plumbing and insulation are almost completed and all the wallpaper has been stripped. Blowers has also done a lot of landscaping work, including rebuilding the front porch. He also plans on rebuilding the back porch and prepping the house to be repainted. The house will include refurnished antiques, not reproductions, and be decorated to replicate the period in which it was built.
"I'm not really on a time frame," Blowers said. "You just have to work away at it. It takes years. Financially and time-wise, you can't do it all at once. You just have to try not to get overwhelmed and focus on one thing at a time."
Blowers also decorates the exterior of the house for holidays.
"I call that curb appeal," he said.
Blowers is still considering what to do with the house when he is finished restoring it.
"That's the $64,000 question," he said. "It's too big for me to live here, alone."
Originally, he had planned to rent it out as office space. However, Blowers has decided that he would like to rent it out for small parties, such as weddings, office parties or family reunions.
"It will be very elegant, but I haven't gotten the OK from the village, yet," he said. "I'm hoping they'll let me do that so that the public will have the opportunity to be part of it. It'll be like they're walking back in time."
The house was built in 1839 by Jesse Hall for Herman Ward. Ward had the house replicated for his wife from one he had seen in the South. However, his wife had died before occupying the house. Ward never moved into the house.
R.A. McConnell, the first mayor of Wampsville, owned the house before it was sold to Lucius Ingalls. His grandson Erwin L. Ingalls resided in the house from 1931 until his death in 1962. The Ingalls family owned the house for three generations. Howard Ingalls, 90, the last family member to own the house, still visits when he is in town.
During McConnell's ownership of the house the largest funeral in Madison County was held on the front lawn on August 2, 1863. Captain Harrison Frank of the 157th Regiment, New York Volunteers, was killed in the battle at Gettysburg. An estimated 5,000 mourners attended the funeral. Frank is buried at Walnut Grove Cemetery in Wampsville.
Blowers purchased the house from Dr. Rafil Dhafir's wife, Priscilla. Dhafir held a cancer practice at the house, but he and his wife did not reside in it. Dhafir was arrested Feb. 26, 2003, on charges of breaking the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (Iraqi Sanctions) in Syracuse by sending humanitarian assistance to Iraq. The house, which was up for sale for two to three years, was purchased the day after Dhafir's arrest.
Blowers said that the previous owners were very careful about preserving the history of the house and not modernizing it. He said that the house had a lot of work done in 1915. As he was stripping the wallpaper, Blowers came across a portion that had the name of the decorators. He also found an old newspaper from 1915 that was used to steady the toilet in the upstairs bathroom. "Other than that, we haven't found much of anything, and believe me, I look," he said.
The barn also has an extensive history. Blowers said it has mostly been used for storage, but it has also housed horses for many years. Bill Reitz, of Oneida, has stored horses there for well over 25 years, until just this past summer. His champion hackney pony, Jacks or Better, won multiple awards at the New York State Fair in 2002. Blowers said that Reitz helped to fill him in on much of the history of the house.
With all of the house's history, Blowers said he has not encountered any ghosts, yet.
"Sometimes, I wonder," he said. "You just don't know. I don't know if it's haunted or not."
"It's been a lot of fun because this is what I like to do," Blowers said. "It's very rewarding. It's been my favorite project since day one."
"I've been very fortunate so far, with people dropping off information for me," Blowers said.
However, he is still looking for any information about the history of the house. He urges anyone who has information or photographs to call him at 366-0663, or mail it to P.O. Box 321, Canastota, NY 13032.
ŠThe Oneida Daily Dispatch 2005
January 1, 2005


Lucius married Emily Clement on 1 Jan 1856.,2 daughter of Lewis Clement and Dorothy Vedder. Emily was born on 14 Feb 1836 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY,2 died on 30 Jan 19283 at age 91, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Death Notes: On the monument is Emiily C. 1836 - 1928.

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25 (Ingles)

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: Court Street, Wampsville, NY, Between 1915 and 1922. 62

Children from this marriage were:

   51 M    i. Elmer Ingalls was born in 1856, died in 1857 at age 1, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Death Notes: On the monument he is listed as Elmer 1856 - 1857.

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25 (Ingles)

   52 F    ii. Dora Ingalls was born in 1856, died in 1872 at age 16, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25 (Ingles)
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Monument

Dora
1856 - 1872
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+ 53 M    iii. Lewis (Louis) Erwin Ingalls was born on 9 Sep 1857 in Lenox, Madison County, NY,2 died on 24 Feb 1920 in Arch Creek, FL151 at age 62, and was buried on 11 Jul 1920 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Lewis married Mary Southard (b. 1860, d. 19 Apr 1949) on 1 Dec 1881 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.62

   54 M    iv. John J. Ingalls was born in 1862, died in 1872 at age 10, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25 (Ingles)
================
Monument

1862-1872
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   55 F    v. Marion Rosette Ingalls was born on 11 Aug 1876, died on 7 May 19603 at age 83, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25 (Ingles)
=================
Monument

Marion R.
1878 - 1960
=================

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: Alt. Death, 18 Mar 1960. 152
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Monument

1878-1960
===============

• Occupation: County Clerk's Office, 1901-1922, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Occupation: West Fayette Public School, 2 Apr 1904. 153 Oneida Dispatch
April 5, 1904

Wampsville.
April 2.--Miss Marion Ingalls left to-
day for West Fayette, where she has a
position in the public school, which will
occupy her time for the remainder of the
school year.

• Occupation: mgr Central Abstract Co, 1927-1945, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Residence: S Court, 1915-1957, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Property: 3 acres Genesee St, 14 Jan 1907, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 152

• Census: U.S., 1930, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 154
Marion R. Ingalls, 54, single, realty 5000, abstract clerk, mortgage & title co.

• Will: 1 Jul 1940. 152
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Realty 14,000
Personalty 13,509.50
==================

• Probate: 25 Mar 1960, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 152

She never married and had no children

12. Luther B. Ingalls 2 was born in May 1838 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY,49 died on 2 Jun 1906 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY51,52,155 at age 68, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Death Notes: The site of burial is not known. No record at Glenwood Cemetery.

Register of Deaths:
Luther B. Ingalls
June 2, 1906, Register No. 1603
City of Oneida, NY
68 YRS
Age: 68 years, 1 month
Farmer
Father's name: John J. Ingalls
Mother's name: Anna Buyea.
Cause of Death: Apoplexy, 7 days.
Medical attendance: E. P. Bailey
Place of burial: Oneida, NY

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Brewer rd, Between 1902 and 1905, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• AKA: Luther Ingles (1868/69) Lot 5, 1869. 64
INGLES, LUTHER, (Wampsville,) lot 5, farmer 198.

• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
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Visit 224
Luther 32
Maggie 28
Luther Jr. 7
Carrie 6
Harrison 2
Jennie 1
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• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 104
Visit 209
Luther INGLES Self M Male W 42 NY Farmer NY NY
Margaret INGLES Wife M Female W 39 NY House Keeping NY NY
Harrison INGLES Son S Male W 12 NY At School NY NY
Jennie INGLES Dau S Female W 10 NY At School NY NY
Anna INGLES Dau S Female W 8 NY At School NY NY
John J. INGLES Son S Male W 6 NY At School NY NY
Mertone INGLES Son S Male W 4 NY NY NY
Maud INGLES Dau S Female W 1 NY NY NY


• Census: 1900, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.
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Visit 10 Luther, Margaret, and Jay on West Road, Oneida, New York
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• Occupation: Farmer, 61 acres, 1882, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 63

• Occupation: Farmer, Mt. Pleasant, 1901, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Mt Pleasant Ave, Feb 1901, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 156
Listed at Mt. Pleasant av - Luther, Lou, Merton, Maud, Jay, Anna
Listed at Glenwood av - Harrison, George F.

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 8 Jun 1906, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 157
Luther B. Ingalls
Luther B. Ingalls, a highly esteemed
resident, died Sunday at his home in
the First ward, aged 68 years. Mr.
Ingalls was born in Merrillsville and
had had(sic) spent practically his entire
life in this vicinity. Besides his wife
he is survived by three sons, Harrison
R., Jay and Merton Ingalls, and four
daughters, Mrs. Frank Ingalls, Mrs.
R. J. Williams of Syracuse and the
Misses Lula and Maude, who are at
home. Funeral services were held at
the house Tuesday afternoon.

Luther married Margaret Rouse about 1860, daughter of Elijah Rouse and Margaret (Peggy) Klock. Margaret was born on 13 Dec 1839 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 24 Nov 1909 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY158,159,160 at age 69, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Death Notes: Register of Deaths, Certificate No. 2031
Age: 69 years, 11 months, 11 days.
Father: Elijah Morse (sic)
Mother Margaret Rouse
Cause: Mitral insuficiency.
N. O. Brooks, Coroner
Burial: Oneida, NY

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: West Road - widow, 1909, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 92

• Obituary: 26 Nov 1909, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 161
Mrs. Luther Ingalls.
Mrs. Margaret Rouse Ingalls, widow
of Luther Ingalls, was found dead in
bed yesterday morning at the home
of her son, Jay Ingalls, on the West
road in the First ward, where she had
resided for some time. She had been
in poor health, but had not required
the services of a physician. She was
born and reared near Merrillsville,
and was well known in this vicinity
as a woman of high character. Many
warm friends as well as her family
will mourn her sudden death. She
was past 70 years of age, and leaves
the following children: Harrison H.,
Jay, Miss Maude and Mrs. Frank In-
galls, all of the First ward, and Mer-
ton Ingalls, Miss Lulu Ingalls and Mrs.
Joseph Marcy of Syracuse.
The funeral will be held Sunday at
1 o'clock at the house.

Oneida Dispatch
November 26 1909

Children from this marriage were:

   56 M    i. Luther Ingalls Jr. was born in 1863.

   57 F    ii. Carrie Ingalls was born in 1864.

+ 58 M    iii. Harrison Rouse Ingalls was born on 20 Feb 1868 in New York,158 died on 16 Sep 1919 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY3,162 at age 51, and was buried on 19 Sep 1919 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Harrison married Jennie M. Parker (b. Feb 1867, buried 18 Apr 1947) before 1899.

+ 59 F    iv. Jennie Ingalls was born on 15 Dec 1869 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY,158 died on 30 Mar 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY163 at age 70, and was buried on 2 Apr 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Jennie married George Frank Ingalls (b. 20 Nov 1863, d. 10 Aug 1948) in 1897 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 42)

+ 60 F    v. Anna B. Ingalls was born in 1872.

Anna married Joseph B. Marcy (b. 1871, d. Bef 1920) in 1904.

Anna next married Louis Chestman between 1920 and 1930.

+ 61 M    vi. Jay Ingalls was born on 21 Feb 1874 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, died on 25 Jul 19483 at age 74, and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Jay married Blanche Mary Thurston (b. 28 Dec 1880, d. 1 Nov 1973) on 16 Jun 1912 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.164

+ 62 M    vii. Merton R. Ingalls was born on 18 Jul 1876.165

Merton married Margaret E. O'Reilly (b. 1884) on 23 Nov 1904.

Merton had a relationship with Melba M. Pierce (b. 1866, d. 2 Mar 1940).

   63 F    viii. Maud Ingalls was born in 1880.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: Mt Pleasant Ave, 1901, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: Brewer rd, 1905, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: West av, 1909, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Census: U.S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 166
35 Broad Street (boarding house of Mary C. Coe)
Maud Brown, 40, married, boarder, dressmaker from home.

• resided: with Lulu and Clarence Knight, 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 167

Maud married George Brown. George died before 1930.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Occupation: farm hand, 1917, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 168 Brown, George (Maud) farm hand R1 Oneida 33.

   64 F    ix. Lulu Ingalls was born in 1882.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: on Mt Pleasant Ave, 1901, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 169

• Residence: Brewer rd, 1905, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Census: U. S., 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.
She was living in the household of her brother-in-law, Joseph Marcy, 616 1/2 Montgomery Street.

• Occupation: bookkeeper, upholstering co., 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 170

Lulu married Clarence R. Knight in 1916. Clarence was born on 30 Dec 1881.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: WWI Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 171
Clarence R. Knight
b. 30 Dec 1881
Employer: J. E. Brown, RFD, Oneida, NY, farm laborer
Nearest relative: Lulu Knight, RFD 1, Oneida, Madison, NY

• Occupation: v-pres Wampsville Milk Association, 1935, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: West Stockbridge Hill, 1935, Madison County, NY.

• Property: a general farm, 1937, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 172
Knight CR
5 miles S of Oneida
Map: 18P
Mailing Address: RD2 Oneida

• Census: U. S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 173 Goff Road
Clarence, age 37, farmer
Lulu, wife, age 36

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 167
Clarence, 48, age at 1st marriage: 18, dairy farmer
Lulu, wife, 49, age at 1st mariage: 35
Brown, Maude, sister-in-law, widow, 50

   65 M    x. Jessie A. Ingalls was born in 1889.

14. Ruth Ingalls was born in Dec 1841, died in 1906 in Wampsville, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY at age 65, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.3

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U.S., 1900, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 174 Eddy, Ruth, head, age 58, mother of 9 children, 7 (8?) living, widow
Jane, sister, age 51, mother of 0 children, widow

Ruth married Orrin A. Eddy before 1860, son of Jaanan S. Eddy and Rebecca Peckham. Orrin was born in 1840 and died on 4 May 1883 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY at age 43.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
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Visit 333 in Census, Son of Jaanan S.
Jaanan S. is shown as son of William Eddy in Papers of Joyce Scott.
In the census Orrin is shown as the son of Jaannan Eddy.
Visit 973 in 1860 Census Maty Ingalls is the wife of Orrin.
========================================================

• Military Service: Civil War, 1861-1865. 175 Orrin A. Eddy
Side: Union
Regiment State/Origin: New York
Regiment Name: 1st Regiment, New York Light Artillery
Company: A
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private

• Census: U. S., 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

• Census: U.S., 1870, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 176 Dwelling 272, Visitation 272:
Eddy, Orrin, 30 farmer
Ruth, 30, keeping house
Elizabeth, 7
Henrietta, 8
Rebecca, 4
Orin, 2

• Census: U. S., 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
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Visitation 255
Orrin 40, Ruth 39, Elizabeth 19, Henrietta 18, Rebecca 14, Dalbert 12
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• Military: Invalid Pension, 8 Oct 1878, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Application 261.340, certificate 294.069

• Military: Widow's Pension, 4 May 1883, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Widow: Eddy, Ruth
Service A 1 N.Y. L.A.
Application 303.832, certificate 214.128 N.Y.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 66 F    i. Elizabeth A. Eddy was born in 1861.

Elizabeth married John Vandewarker (b. 1857) in 1882.

Elizabeth next married Beauchene.

   67 F    ii. Henrietta Eddy was born in 1862 in Madison Co, NY.

   68 M    iii. Adelbert Eddy was born in 1868.

Adelbert married Rose Elwood. Rose was born in 1870.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U. S., 1910, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 177 Rose Eddy
Age in 1910: 40
Estimated birth year: abt 1870
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Housekeeper
Father's Birth Place: New York
Mother's Birth Place: New York
Home in 1910: Oneida Ward 2, Madison, New York
Marital Status: Widowed

• Census: U. S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 178 Name: Rose Eddy
Home in 1920: Oneida Ward 2, Madison, New York
Age: 49 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1871
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Housekeeper
Father's Birth Place: New York
Mother's Birth Place: New York
Marital Status: Divorced

Lenox Ave., housekeeper at Frank Page, Lenox Ave., (same as 1910).

• Census: U. S., 1930, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 179 Rose Eddy
Home in 1930: Oneida, Madison, New York
Age: 56
Estimated birth year: abt 1874
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Housekeeper for Frank Page, Upper Lenox Ave. (same as 1910, 1920)
Widowed

   69 F    iv. Rebecca Eddy was born on 28 Mar 1869, died on 13 Dec 1930 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY180 at age 61, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U.S., 17 Apr 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 181 Seeber, Bessie, head, 61, wd., realty 1500.

Rebecca married George Stillman Seeber, son of Philip M. Seeber and Mary C. Boyer. George was born in 1868, died on 9 Sep 1925 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY182,183 at age 57, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: 1908, Lenox Furnace, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 11 Sep 1925, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 92
George S. Seeber Dead
George S. Seeber, 67, a well-known
farmer of the Lenox Furnace section
died Wednesday September 9. Mr.
Seeber had been in failing health
for the past six months. Surviving
besides his wife are two brothers,
William and Frank, and one sister
Mrs. Willis Goff.
The funeral will be conducted at
the home at 2 o'clock this afternoon,
Rev. Mespell of Clockville, officia-
ting.

15. Newton Ingalls was born on 12 May 1844 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 4 Nov 1917 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY55 at age 73, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Visit 225
Newton 27
Jane 21
Flora 1

• Census: 1880, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 36
Newton INGLES Self M Male W 36 NY Farmer NY NY
Tunice INGLES Wife M Female W 34 NY House Keeping NY NY
Flora INGLES Dau S Female W 10 NY At School NY NY
Charley INGLES Son S Male W 8 NY At School NY NY

• Census: 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. Visit 62

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 184
Creek Road
Ingalls, Newton, 65, m. 42 yrs., farmer
Jane, 61, 2/2 children

• Occupation: farmer O 50a 2h 5c R2 Oneida Lin 73 B, 1917, Madison County, NY. 185

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 9 Nov 1917, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 94
Newton Ingalls.
Newton Ingalls, aged 73, died at his home in Merrillsville Saturday night. He leaves a widow; one daughter, Mrs. Flora Brewster of Wampsville; a son, Charles of Merrillsville; a sister, Mrs. Jane Eddy of Oneida, and a brother, Lucius Ingalls of Wampsville. The funeral was held Tuesday at the home, Rev. George B. Swinnerton officiating. Burial was made in Merrillsville.

Oneida Dispatch
Friday, November 9, 1917

Newton married S. Jane Butler on 12 Jan 1869 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.,56 daughter of William Butler and Angeline Marshel. S. was born on 10 Feb 1844,186 died on 5 Jun 1923 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY186,187 at age 79, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.3

Marriage Notes:
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INGLES-BUTLER-In Clockville, Jan 12th,
by Rev. O, Tayntor, Newton Ingles, to Miss Jen-
ale Butler, both of Morrisville.
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Noted events in their marriage were:

• Wedding Announcement: 15 Jan 1869, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. 188
INGLES-BUTLER--In Clockville, January 12th,
by Rev. G. Tayntor, Newton Ingles, to Miss Jen-
nie Butler, both of Morrisville.

Burial Notes: Merrillsville Cemetery census:
INGALLS, NEWTON born 5/22/1845
INGALLS, S. JANE BUTLER 2/13/1849-1923, wife of Newton, mother
of Charles Ingalls, her parents Wm. & Angeline Butler

SUNNYSIDE CEMETERY, MERRILLSVILLE, N. Y.
MADISON CO. RT. 97
4 MILES SOUTH ON CREEK RD.
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD

Noted events in her life were:

• Probate: 4 Apr 1924, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 189

• Residence: Merrillsville.

• Obituary: 8 Jun 1923. 190 Mrs. James Ingalls
Mrs. James Ingalls, aged 75, died at her home at Merrillsville, three miles southwest of this city, Tuesday. She was suddenly stricken ill in the morning. Mrs. Ingalls was born in Smithfield and resided there most of her life. Surviving are a daughter, Florence of Wampsville; a son, Charles of Merrillsville, one brother, Frank Ingalls of Merrillsville, and two sisters, Mrs. Louisa Clark of Siloam and Miss Mary Ann Ingalls of Alene. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock at the house, Rev. George B. Swinnerton of this city officiating. Burial will be made at Merrillsville.
Canastota Bee Journal
June 8, 1923

Note: seems to be error regarding name.

Children from this marriage were:

   70 F    i. Flora D. Ingalls was born in 1869, died on 15 Apr 19483 at age 79, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Noted events in her life were:

• News Item: Oneida Union, 27 May 1910, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. --Mrs. Flora Brewster of Wampsville spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Newton Ingalls.

• Residence: Wampsville, 1924. 191

Flora married Frank Brewster Jr. on 23 Jan 1895.,192 son of Frank Brewster Sr. and Ellen <Brewster>. Frank was born in 1873 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: West Ave, Jan 1898, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 193

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 194
Seneca Terrace
Household 166, visitation 171
Frank Brewster, 37, carpenter, married 15 years
Flora Brewster, 39

• Occupation: carpenter, 1917, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 185 Brewster, Frank, Jr. carpenter R2 Oneida Oni 40.

+ 71 M    ii. Charles Ingalls was born on 18 May 1871, died on 28 Sep 1933 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY195 at age 62, and was buried in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Charles married Florence E. Buyea (b. 13 May 1874, d. 25 Apr 1914).

Charles next married Lena T. Butler (d. After 1941).

17. Addison Ingalls was born in 1849 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 3 Apr 1904 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY57,58 at age 55, and was buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.3

Burial Notes: Epitaph
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INGALLS

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 36 Visit 207
Addison INGLES Self Male W 32 NY NY NY
Ellen INGLES Wife Female W 27 NY House Keeping NY NY
Ina INGLES Dau S Female W 4 NY NY NY
Daisy INGLES Dau S Female W 3 NY NY NY
Chilton INGLES Son S Male W 1 NY NY NY
Martha A. INGLES Sister Female W 36 NY NY NY

• Census: U.S., 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 196 Household 65, visit 70
Addison Ingalls 51
Ella Ingalls 45 b. Nov. 1854, married 26 years, 5/5 children
Chilton S Ingalls 21,b. 1879, general laborer
Stella B Ingalls 19, b. 1881, general housework
Ruth E Ingalls 14, b. Oct. 1885, at school
Anna Ingalls 58, b. Apr. 1842, dressmaker

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 9 Apr 1904, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 197 Died.
INGALLS.--Near Lenox in the town of Lincoln, April 3, 1904, Addison Ingalls, aged 53 years.

Addison married Ellen V. Harrington, daughter of Elijah Harrington and Myra Bridge. Ellen was born on 14 Oct 1852 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 5 Jan 1932 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY198 at age 79, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• resided: with son, Chilton S., 1910, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
Creek Road.

• Obituary: Deaths in Herald Parish, 5 Jan 1932, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 199 Mrs Ellen E. Ingalls, 79, Oneida.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 72 F    i. Ina Amelia Ingalls was born in 1876.

Ina married John Henry Bortle (b. 28 Feb 1874, d. 3 Aug 1933) in 1901.

+ 73 F    ii. Daisy Ingalls was born on 1 Feb 1877 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died in 1961 at age 84, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Daisy married Lewis Bertrand Eddy (b. 22 Jul 1869, d. 1957) on 29 Sep 1892 in Earlville, NY.81

+ 74 M    iii. Chilton Seward Ingalls was born on 20 Jan 1879 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, died on 10 Jan 1946 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY200 at age 66, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Chilton married Golda A. Eddy (b. 24 Sep 1886, d. 8 Oct 1978) on 25 Nov 1906.

+ 75 F    iv. Estella B. Ingalls was born in 1881 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died in 1960 at age 79, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Estella married Egbert S. Vickery (b. 9 Aug 1877, d. 1954) on 14 Jul 1909 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.201

+ 76 F    v. Ruth E. Ingalls was born in Oct 1885, died on 25 Jan 1970 at age 84, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Ruth married Earl Delmar Eddy (b. 27 Aug 1884, d. 1948) in 1905.

18. Jane Ingalls was born in Jun 1854, died in 1928 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY at age 74, and was buried in 1928 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: Kenwood, Madison, NY.

• Residence: Oneida.

• Census: U.S., 1900, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 174 Eddy, Ruth, head, age 58, mother of 9 children, 7 (8?) living, widow
Jane, sister, age 51, mother of 0 children, widow

• Census: U.S., 1920, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 202 Court Street
Eddy, Jane, aunt, 65, wd.
(living with Alfred D., 53 Fox, Mattie N., 57 and their son Walter, 20)

• Misc: Directory, 1922, Madison County, NY. 203 Madison County, New York Directories, 1922
Last Name or Business: Eddy
First Name: Jane
Town: Wampsville

Jane married Reuben M. Eddy, son of Jaanan S. Eddy and Rebecca Peckham. Reuben was born in 1847 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 22 Aug 1898 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY204 at age 51, and was buried in 1900 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1860, Lenox, Madison County, NY. 205
Rebecca, head, 54
Matilda, 18
_______, 14
Reuben, 12
Calvin White, 21, farmer
Helen, 20
Chloe A., 2/12

• Census: U.S., 1870, Lenox, Madison County, NY. 206 Eddy, Rebecca, head, 64, housekeeping, realty 2500
Reuben, 21, farm laborer

(living next door to his uncle, Leroy, and Sally Eddy, and their 6 children)

• Census: U. S., 18 Jun 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 207 Household 220, vistation 227:
Eddy, Reuben, 32, farmer,
Jennie, 28

(farms along the road include Rush and Charity Ingalls, James and Jennie Ingles, Addison and Ellen Ingles, John and Mary Ingles, Adles, Betsingers).
 

Children from this marriage were:

   77 F    i. Rebecca Eddy .

Rebecca married Sweeny.

   78 F    ii. Infant Eddy .

19. Catherine Ingalls was born in 1839,2 died in 1923 in Town of Eaton, Madison Co., New York at age 84, and was buried in 1923 in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Section A-87m

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: April 1836. Census data of 1900.

• Residence: Pratts Hollow, Madison Co, NY.

• Census: U.S., 19 Apr 1910, Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York. 208

North Canada Street, household 48, visitation 51
Harp, Katherine, head, 71, widow, own income

• Census: U.S., 24 Jan 1920, Town of Eaton, Madison Co, NY. 209 Household 238, visitation 248
Line 5

Munnsville Road
Harp, Catherine, head, 80, widow

Catherine married George W. Harp in 1857.,2 son of Christian Harp and Hannah Ratnour. George was born in 1820, died in 1903 in Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York at age 83, and was buried in 1903 in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Section A-87m

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Oct 1833. Census data of 1900.

• Residence: Pratts Hollow.

• Census: U.S., 1860, Fenner, Madison Co., NY. 210
George W. Harp, 24, farmer
Catherine, 21
James F., age 3
Warren E., 4/12

• Census: U.S., 15 Aug 1870, Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York. 211
Post office: Lenox
Household 291, visitation 282
Lines 21-24

George Harp 34 farmer, realty $6630, personal $1905
Kate Harp 31 housekeeping
Earl W Harp 11
Charles E Harp 9


• Census: U.S., 1880, Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY. 212
Harp, George, 46, farmer,
Catherine, wife, 41
Earl, son, 20

• Census: U.S., 20 Jun 1900, Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York. 213 Household 271, visitation 273
Lines 46-47

George W Harp 66, b. Oct. 1833, m 43 yrs., farmer
Catherine Harp 64 b. April 1836, 3 children/1 living
 

Children from this marriage were:

   79 M    i. Earl Warren Harp was born in 1860, died in 1937 in Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York at age 77, and was buried in 1937 in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Section A-87m

   80 M    ii. James F. Harp was born in 1858, died in 1869 at age 11, and was buried in 1869 in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Section A-87M

   81 M    iii. Charles E. Harp was born in 1861 in Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York, died in 1878 in Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York at age 17, and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Lot A-87m

20. Helen Ingalls was born in 1842, died in 1916 at age 74, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• News Item: Merrillsville Brevities, 30 Dec 1889. Mrs. Alonzo Snyder and son, Floyd, of Cortland, are visiting at the home of her father, James Ingalls, for a few days.

Helen married Alonzo Snyder before 1864, son of Abraham R. Snyder and Sally Ann Clock. Alonzo was born in 1842 in Clockville, Madison Co., NY, died on 10 Mar 1908 in Syracuse, New York at age 66, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: 1888, Cortland, NY.

• Residence: James Ingalls' house, Apr 1894, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 214

Alonzo Snyder and family have moved from Cortland to the James Ingalls house,
about a mile north of here.

• Census: U.S., 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 215 Alonzo SNYDER Self M Male W 38 NY Farm Labor NY NY
Hellen (Ingalls) SNYDER Wife M Female W 39 NY Keeping House NY NY
Jennie SNYDER Dau S Female W 15 NY At Home NY NY
Lena SNYDER Dau S Female W 8 NY NY NY

• Census: U.S., 1870, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
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Visit 159
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• Census: U.S., 1860, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
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Visit 262 Tuttle Road
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• Census: U.S., 1850, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
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Visit 262 Tuttle Road
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• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 14 Mar 1908, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 92
ALONZO SNYDER
Alonzo Snyder, a life long resident of
the town of Lincoln, died at St. Joseph's
Hospital, Syracuse Tuesday morning at
8 o'clock. Mr. Snyder was born at Clock-
ville 66 years ago and all his life had been
passed in that vicinity and Merrillsville
were (sic) he owned a home at the time of his
death. About three weeks ago he went
to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Joseph
Rothschild in Syracuse where he was re-
ceiving medical treatment. Monday morn-
ing he was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital
for an operation which he survived less
than twenty-four hours. Mr. Snyder is
survived by a wife, two daughters, Mrs.
Hollis H. Case of Clockville and Mrs.
Rothschild of Syracuse; also one son,
Floyd G. Snyder of Merrillsville. Funeral
services will be held at his late home at
Merrillsville Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock, Rev. W. J. Stearns officiating.
Mr. Snyder was a devoted husband and
father, a kind neighbor and friend, and
many will be saddened to hear of his un-
looked for death.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 82 F    i. Jennie Snyder was born in 1859 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY and died on 15 Mar 1934 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY at age 75.

Jennie married Roland Case (b. 8 Nov 1849, d. 25 Apr 1917) in 1889.

+ 83 F    ii. Lena Snyder was born in 1872 in Morrisville, Madison Co, NY, died in 1912 at age 40, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Lena married Joseph J Rothschild (b. 1875, d. 3 Feb 1957) on 27 Oct 1902 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.216

   84 M    iii. Floyd C. Snyder was born in 1891 in Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: 1908, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: 1898, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• Census: U. S., 12 Apr 1930, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 217 344 Broad Street:
Household 256, visitation 293:
Snyder, Floyd C., head, 49, married at 25, barber, barber shop
Justine C., wife, 49, married at 25
Household 256, visitation 294:
Jennie Case 64, married at 22, practical nurse, private home
Helen Case 34, typist, mfg. plant

Floyd married Justine C. <Snyder> in 1906.

21. Benjamin Franklin (Frank) Ingalls was born on 13 Dec 1843 and died on 21 Dec 1915 in Lenox Furnace, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY68,69,70,71 at age 72.

Death Notes: December 21, 1915 (died Wednesday morning: date would be December 15)

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Snyder Farm, 1889. 218

• Census: U.S., 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 219
Frank, age 57, b. Dec 1872, married 33 years
Mary Ann, age 52, b. Apr 1848, wife, 4 children, 3 living

• Census: U.S., 1880, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 129 Frank INGLES Self Male W 36 NY Farmer NY NY
Mary Ann INGLES Wife Female W 33 NY House Keeping NY NY
Hollis INGLES Son S Male W 11 NY NY NY
James INGLES Son S Male W 7 NY NY NY
Carrie INGLES Dau S Female W 2 NY NY NY
Warren VAN SLYKE Other Male W 21 NY NY NY
Jennie SNYDER Other Female W 15 NY NY NY

• Census: U.S., 1870, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
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Visitation 22--living on his father's farm.
Franklin 27
Mary A. 23
Hollis 1
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• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 21 Dec 1915, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 94 Frank Ingalls

Frank Ingalls, a prominent farmer at Lenox Furnace and well known in Oneida, died at his home Wednesday morning, aged 73. Suriviving are his widow and three sons, James Ingalls of Rochester, Harry of Clockville and Hollis W. of Peterboro; five sisters, Mrs. Frank Moore and Mrs. Helen Snyder of Oneida, Mrs. Riley Moon of Lenox, Mrs. L. D. Black of Morrisville and Mrs. George Harp of Munnsville. The funeral will be held at the house at 11 o'clock Sunday morning.

(aka Benjamin Franklin Ingalls)

Oneida Dispatch
December 21, 1915

• Obituary: Canastota Bee, 25 Dec 1915, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 220
OBITUARY
Wednesday morning at his home at
Lenox Furnace, occurred the death of
Frank Ingalls, one of the best known
residents of the Cowasselon valley,
aged 72 years. Mr. Ingalls had been
a sufferer for some time past with
heart trouble and hardening of the
arteries. Besides his widow he is sur-
vived by three sons, James Ingalls of
East Rochester, Hollis Ingalls of Pet-
erboro and Harry Ingalls of Alene.
He is also survived by five sisters,
Mrs. Kate Harp of Pratts Hollow,
Mrs. Lucinda Black of Morrisville,
Mrs. Helen Snyder of Oneida, and
Mrs. Riley Moon and Mrs. Frank
Moore of Merrillsville. The funeral
will be held at the home Sunday fore-
noon at 11 o'clock.

Benjamin married Mary Ann Butler on 15 Jan 1869.,72 daughter of William Butler and Angeline Marshel. Mary was born in Apr 1848 and died on 26 Apr 1926 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY221,222 at age 78.

Noted events in her life were:

• Probate: 221

• Residence: Alene, 1924. 223

Children from this marriage were:

   85 M    i. Hollis W. Ingalls was born in 1869, died on 4 Jan 1932 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY224 at age 63, and was buried in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: merchant in Peterboro, 1917, Madison County, NY. 185

• Census: U.S., 1910, Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 225
Hollis W. Ingalls, 41, married 15 yrs., retail merchant, Dry goods & Grocery
Grace M. wife, 39, married 15 yrs.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. 226 Main St., Peterboro, dwelling 48, visit 50:
Ingalls, Holis W., 50, manager, general store
Grace W., wife, 48
Woodbury, John N., father-in-law, 81

• Census: U.S., 1930, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. 227
Hollis W. Ingalls, 61, age at 1st marriage 25; merchant, general
Grace M. Ingalls, 58, age at 1st marriage, 22

• Residence: Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

• Elected: Town Clerk, 1931, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 8 Jan 1932, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 228
HOLLIS INGALLS
DIED IN PETERBORO
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Had Been Prominent Merchant and
Also Served as Town Clerk
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Hollis Ingalls, aged 62, died sudden-
ly at his home at Peterboro Monday
morning of a heart attack. He had
been proprietor of a general store in
Peterboro for more than 30 years and
had held other local offices. He had
spent most of his life in Peterboro and
was one of the best known men of
the locality. He had been in failing
health for several months but had
been able to be up and about his
home and occasionally worked out-
side. He was re-elected town clerk at
the fall election on the Republican
ticket.
There are surviving his widow, Mrs.
Grace Ingalls and three brothers, Har-
ry Ingalls of Alene and Clarence and
James both of the Town of Lincoln.
Funeral services were held Thursday
and burial was in the Peterboro cem-
tery.

• Obituary: 1932. Hollis W. Ingalls Expires Suddenly
[labeled "1932"]
PETERBORO-Hollis W. Ingalls, 62, town clerk of Smithfield for eight years, a school trustee and proprietor of a general store here for 30 years, died suddenly Monday at his home, victim of a heart attack.
Mr. Ingalls had lived in Peterboro most of his life. He was one of the best known villagers. He had been in failing health since last fall, although he was able to be up and about his home and occasionally worked outside while the weather was fair. He was re-elected town clerk on the Republican ticket in November for another term of two years, which started Jan. 1.
A hobby of Mr. Ingalls and his wife for many years had been collecting antiques. They accumulated one of the most complete displays in Madison County. A former home was flame-swept some years ago when they lost many relics. They since had added a number of other ones to their collection.
His widow, Mrs. Grace Ingalls, and three brothers, Harry Ingalls, Alene and Clarence and James Ingalls, all of the town of Lincoln, survive. Services have been tentatively set for Thursday.
From: Donna Burdick, Town of Smithfield Historian

Hollis married Grace M. Woodbury on 25 Dec 1894 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.,229 daughter of John Newton Woodbury and Ann Jennete Morrison. Grace was born on 4 Apr 1871 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY, died in 1953 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY at age 82, and was buried in 1953 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• News Item: Waterville Times, 18 Oct 1918.
Oriskany Falls Items:
Mrs. Hollis Ingalls of Peteroro,
who has been visiting friends in town,
has returned to her home.

• Residence: 514 Broad St, 1941, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Misc: Madison County Today, 1943, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 230 p. 56.
Peterboro Glass.
In their odd moments the glass workers in each of the factories made varius bottles, jars, canes, flasks and other similar articles, some of which have been preserved. The Hoffman family had many of these. Today Mrs. Hollis Ingalls of Oneida has the most complete collection of Peterboro glass known.

• Residence: 467 E Walnut, 1945, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: 324 Broad, Between 1950 and 1952, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

   86 M    ii. James P. Ingalls was born in Oct 1873, died before 19 Feb 1936 in Rochester, Monroe Co., NY,231 and was buried on 19 Feb 1936 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Bef 1936, Rochester, Monroe Co., NY.

• Residence: 125 Walnut St., 1920, Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL. 232

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 21 Feb 1936, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 231 Canastota Bee Journal
21 February 1936

FUNERAL HELD FOR JAMES INGALLS

Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon from the home of Mrs. Hollis Ingalls, of Peterboro, for James Ingalls of Rochester, a former resident of Peterboro. Mr. Ingalls was well known in this vicinity and operated a store in Peterboro for some time. The same store is run now by his brother, Harry Ingalls.
Surviving besides the brother is a nephew, Donald Ingalls of Sherrill. Interment was made in the Peterboro cemetery.

   87 F    iii. Carrie Ingalls was born in 1877 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY and died before 1915.

+ 88 M    iv. Harold Ingalls was born on 15 May 1878 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 21 Aug 1941 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY233 at age 63, and was buried on 24 Aug 1941 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.234

Harold married Edith L. Woodbury (b. 22 Feb 1877, d. 8 Apr 1931) on 24 Nov 1898.

Harold next married Grace Sanford Warner (b. Abt 1901) on 15 Sep 1932 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.235

22. Lucinda Ingalls was born in Jun 1845 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,2 died on 24 Feb 1916 in Eaton, Madison Co, NY73 at age 70, and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Death Notes: Death Certificate #10682

Burial Notes: Lot H-104M

Lucinda married Lott D. Black on 22 Mar 1865 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.74 Lott was born in Sep 1844 in Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY, died on 8 May 1915 in Morrisville, Madison Co, NY236 at age 70, and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Death Notes: Death Certificate #30171

Burial Notes: Lot H-104M, Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, NY:

Black, Flora L. Field 1873-1913 H-104m
Frank S. 1869-1945 H-104m
Lott D. 1844-1915H-104m
Lucinda Ingalls 1846-1916 H-104m

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer, 1868-1869, Siloam, Town of Smithfield, NY. 64

• Residence: Siloam, 1868-1869, Siloam, Town of Smithfield, NY. 64

• Census: U.S., 1850, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 237
Samuel C., 40, Carpenter
Freelove, 35
Cornwell, 16
Rosette, 12
Rosa, 8
John, 7
Lott, 6

• Census: U.S., 2 Jul 1870, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 238
Visit 21
Black, Samuel, 60, farmer

Visit 22
Black, Lott, 26, day laborer
Cynthia, 24, keeping house
C(P)arrie, 5
Frank, 1

• Census: U.S., 1880, Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 239
Lott, 35, farmer
Lucina, 34
Pernie (?), 14
Frank, son, 11
Samuel Black, 70, boarder
Frank Hoyt, 19, servant

• Census: U.S., 1900, Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York. 240
Home in 1900: Stockbridge, Madison, New York
Lot D., September 1844
Lucina, June 1845
Frank, son, June 1869
Flora L., daughter-in-law, September 1872
Samuel L. grandson, May 1899

• Census: U.S., 22 Apr 1910, Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY. 241 Household 106, visitation 109:
Black, Lott, head, 65, m 45 years, farmer, hop farm
Lucinda, wife, 63; 2/2 children living
Frank, son, 40, m 17 years.
Flora, daughter-in-law; 2/2 children living.
Loran, grandson, 10
John, grandson, 4

Children from this marriage were:

   89 F    i. Carrie Perine (?) Black was born in 1865 in Smithfield, Madison Co, NY.

+ 90 M    ii. Frank S. Black was born in Jun 1869, died on 25 Jun 1945 in Utica, NY73 at age 76, and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Frank married Flora L. Field (b. Sep 1872, d. 18 Sep 1913) in 1893.

Frank next married Lois S. <Black> (b. 1877) on 1 Nov 1916 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY.242

23. Emma J. Ingalls was born on 12 Feb 1848 in Madison County, NY,2 died on 17 Mar 1925 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY75 at age 77, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 20 Mar 1925, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 243 Mrs. Riley Moon

Mrs. Emma J. Moon, widow of Riley Moon and a lifelong resident of Merillsville, died on Tuesday of heart disease after two weeks' illness at the home of her sister, Mrs. Nora Moore, in Merrillsville. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Mrs. Moon's farm home with Rev. George B. Swinnerton of Oneida in charge. Burial will be in the family plot in Merrillsville cemetery.
Mrs. Moon was born on February 12, 1848, and had always lived in Merrillsville. Her husband died five years ago, but she continued to live alone at the farm until last fall. She was the daughter of James and Jennie Ingalls and one of the most highly respected residents of that section. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. William Dennison of Peterboro; one son, Frank of Merrillsville; a sister, Mrs. Nora Moore of Merrillsville; two grandchildren, Mrs. Miles Marshall of Pratts Hollow and Bernard Moon of Merrilllsville.
The deepest sympathy of the community is extended to the bereaved family.

March 20, 1925
Oneida Dispatch

Emma married James Riley Moon, son of Abram Moon and Chloe Ann Parkhurst. James was born on 16 Nov 1841, died on 14 Nov 1919 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY244 at age 77, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: 1908, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. 81

• Census: U. S., 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 245 Riley MOON Self M Male 38 Farmer
Emma MOON Wife M Female 32 House Keeping
Frank MOON Son S Male 8 At School
Anna MOON Dau S Female 3

Visit 203

Children from this marriage were:

+ 91 M    i. Frank B. Moon was born on 26 Oct 1871 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 14 Feb 1941 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY246 at age 69, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Frank married Nora Stoddard (b. 1878, d. 1940) on 22 Dec 1898 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.247

+ 92 F    ii. Anna (Flora) Moon was born about 1876 in Morrisville, Madison Co, NY.

Anna married William H. Dennison (b. 1873) on 24 Nov 1897.248

25. Francis M. Ingalls was born on 6 Apr 184225,89 and died on 18 Mar 187425 at age 31.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: Teacher.

Francis married Wallace M. Winchell on 15 Feb 1865 in Utica, NY.,25 son of Luman Winchell and Mary Wood. Wallace was born on 19 Sep 18332 and died on 19 Jul 1905 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY at age 71.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer, New Woodstock.

• Property: 240 acres, 1858.

• Property: 1859, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY. 249
Jonathan Gillette's 1859 Map :
Winchell, W., on New Petersburg 4th Allotment, Lot 10

• Census: State, 1855, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.
Winchell, Wallace, District #3, Dwelling #135.2, Family #147, Page 120, Line 19 (does not own dwelling), Age 21, Resident 21 Years, 5 in Household, Occupied as Farmer.

• Census: 1860, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.
Series: M653 Roll: 780 Page: 54
Wallace M. Winchell, age 26, farmer, realty $5,000
Mary, age 50.
William, age 30
Maria, age 29
George, age 5.
Adalade, age 4.

Living next door to:
WINCHELL FRANKLIN 21 MADISON CAZENOVIA; farmer.
Caroline, age 18.

• Death: 19 Jul 1905, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY. 250 Winchell, Wallace, Died July 19, 1905, Age 72 years, Death Certificate #1539.

The child from this marriage was:

   93 M    i. J. Fenton Winchell was born on 20 Jun 1867.25

26. Orin Jason Ingalls was born on 14 Dec 184325 and died on 12 May 1910 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY62,90 at age 66.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: lot 17, leases 150 acres at Wampsville, 1868-1869.

• Census: U.S., 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 84
Visit 205
Jason 25
Josephine 23
Burton 2
Henry Betsinger, 19, farm laborer
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• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 104
Visit 207
O. Jason INGLES Self M Male W 34 NY Farmer NY NY
Josephine INGLES Wife M Female W 33 NY House Keeping NY NY
Burton INGLES Son S Male W 10 NY At School NY NY
Edwin INGLES Son S Male W 8 NY At School NY NY
Wallace INGLES Son S Male W 7 NY At School NY NY

• Census: U.S., 1900, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 251 Orrin J Ingalls
Home in 1900: Syracuse Ward 5, Onondaga, New York
309 Oak Street
Orrin J Ingalls 56, b. Dec. 1843, carpenter
Josephine H Ingalls 52, children 3/3, b. Sept 1847
Edwin D Ingalls 30, June 1869, R R brakeman

• Census: U.S., 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 252 Syracuse Ward 5, Onondaga, New York
611 Teall Avenue

Ingles, Orrin J. 64, married 42 years, parents born New York, carpenter
Josephine, 62, 4/3 children living, parents born New York

• Occupation: Carpenter, 1882, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. 253

• Residence: Chapel below Peterboro, 1882, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. 253

• Occupation: carpenter or mason, Between 1894 and 1896. 62

• Residence: 115 Fountain, Syracuse, NY, Between 1894 and 1895. 62

• Residence: 208 Oak, Syracuse, NY, 1899.

• Residence: Chapel St cor Mechanic, Canastota, NY, 1901, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: 309 Oak, Syracuse, NY, Between 1901 and 1902.

• Residence: 613 Teall av, Syracuse, NY, 1910.

• AKA: Orin J. Ingles. 64 INGALLS, ORIN J., (Wampsville,) lot 17, farmer leases 150.

• AKA: Jason Ingals. 253

Orin married Josephine Clement. Josephine was born about 1846 and died on 27 Jun 1916 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY254 about age 70.

Death Notes: Ingles, Josephine C., 27 Jun 1916, Syr

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 129 Finegan av, Syracuse, NY, Between 1892 and 1893. 62

• Residence: 613 Teall av, Syracuse, NY, 1910. 62

• Residence: 115 Fountain, Syracuse, NY, Between 1894 and 1895. 62

• Residence: 208 Oak, Syracuse, NY, Between 1899 and 1901. 62

Children from this marriage were:

   94 M    i. Edwin D. Ingalls was born in Jun 1869.

He never married and had no children

+ 95 M    ii. Wallace Ingalls was born in 1871 and died in Syracuse, New York.

Wallace married Ellen <Ingalls> (b. 1873).

   96 M    iii. Burton C. Ingalls was born on 18 Jul 1876.

27. Nancy M. Ingalls 91 was born on 3 Jan 1846.25,91

Nancy married B. Franklin Winchell, son of Luman Winchell and Mary Wood. B. was born on 18 Mar 1842 and died on 2 Sep 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY255 at age 66.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 12 Feb 1839.

• Census: 1880, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 36
Benjamin F. WINCHELL Self M Male W 40 NY Farmer NY NY
Nancy WINCHELL Wife M Female W 34 NY House Keeping NY NY
Fenton WINCHELL Son S Male W 12 NY At School NY NY
Newman WINCHELL Father W Male W 79 NY NY NY

• Census: 1860, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY. Series: M653 Roll: 780 Page: 54
WINCHELL FRANKLIN 21 MADISON CAZENOVIA; farmer.
Caroline, age 18.

Living next door to:

Wallace M. Winchell, age 26, farmer, realty $5,000
Mary, age 50.
William, age 30
Nanci(?), age 29
George, age 5.
Adalade, age 4.

• Occupation: grocer, 1872, Chittenango Falls, Madison Co, NY. 256 Winchell, B.F., grocer.
Boyd's New York State Directory, 1872-1873-1874; page 899.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 97 M    i. Fenton J. Winchell was born on 17 Jan 1861 in Chittenango Falls, Madison Co, NY, died on 29 Jan 1936 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY257 at age 75, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Fenton married Ella B. Branagan (b. 11 Oct 1867, d. 27 May 1928).

29. Mary J. Ingalls was born on 24 Mar 1850 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.25

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 24 Mar 1851, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 258

• Residence: Utica, 1898.

Mary married Washington Miller, son of Harvey Miller and Mary Butler. Washington was born on 31 May 1853, died on 14 Apr 1923259 at age 69, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 26 Jun 1880, Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York. 260 Miller, Washington, 29, farmer
Mary, wife, 29
Francis, daughter, 4

• Residence: Utica, 1898.

• Census: U.S., 15 Apr 1910, Utica, Oneida Co., NY. 261 176 Genesee Street; dwelling 11, visitation 13

Miller, Washington, 58, m 37 years, laborer, freight depot.
Mary J. wife, 59; m 37 years; 2/2 children living.
Francis John, son, 20, weaver, cotton mill.
Anna, daughter, 20, cashier, grocery store.

Children from this marriage were:

   98 M    i. Francis John Miller was born on 20 Aug 1875.25

   99 F    ii. Anna Miller was born circa 1880 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

30. Albert Ingalls was born on 1 Jul 1849 in Lenox, Madison County, NY,2 died on 22 Oct 1927 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY at age 78, and was buried in Peterboro Village Cemetery, Peterboro, NY.

Burial Notes: Lot#39, Petersboro Cemetery

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Peterboro, 13 May 1899. 108

• Census: 1900, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. Enumerated June 7, 1900:
INGALLS ALBERT 51 M W NY NY MADISON SMITHFIELD 1900
Albert, born July 1849, age 30, married 13 years, farmer, owner.
Ella, wife, born April 1862, age 38.
Gladys M., daughter, born May 1897, age 3.


• Census: U.S., 28 Jan 1920, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 262 Dwelling 191, visit 197:
Ingalls, Albert, 70, farmer
Ella S., wife, 56

Albert married Ella S. McDermott 91 in 1887, daughter of John McDermott Sr. and Lucina Chapin. Ella was born in Apr 1862 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY,2 died on 25 Feb 1935 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY at age 72, and was buried in Peterboro Village Cemetery, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 313 Spring St, Oneida, NY, 1933, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: 26 Feb 1935.
Mrs. Ella Ingalls Succumbs at 72 [labeled "Feb. 26, 1935"]
ONEIDA-Mrs. Ella Ingalls, 72, died at her residence in the Savoy apartments, 313 Spring st., early Tuesday morning following a long illness. She was born in Peterboro, the daughter of John and Lucina Chapin MacDermott, and spent most of her life in that village. In 1887 she married Albert Ingalls, who died several years ago in Peterboro, after which she came to Oneida to live. She attended the First M. E. Church.
Surviving are a sister, Miss Cornelia MacDermott, with whom she resided; a daughter, Mrs. M. Lynn DeGroodt, of Utica, and two grandchildren, Harlan and Richard DeGroodt, of Utica.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from her late home, Rev. Russell S. Brown, pastor of the First M. E. Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Peterboro.

From: Donna Burdick, Town of Smithfield Historian

The child from this marriage was:

+ 100 F    i. Gladys Mildred Ingalls 2 was born on 23 May 1897 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY and died on 1 May 1985 in Glendale, CA at age 87.

Gladys married Manford Lynn DeGroodt (b. 30 Aug 1894, d. 16 Aug 1970) on 27 Jun 1917 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

31. Willis Arnold Ingalls was born on 28 Jan 1856 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY, died on 25 Oct 1941 at age 85, and was buried in Oct 1941 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• misc.: Dorrance Family Bible, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. Dorrance family bible: loose sheet of paper from the bible, containing the following dates:
Minnie Dorrance, b. May 4, 1858 married Willis A. Ingalls, July 7, 1881
Their children:
1. Hazel Kirk Ingalls, b. Dec. 6, 1883, at Peterboro, NY
2. John Conrad Ingalls, b. Sept. 13, 1885, at Peterboro, NY. Died in Manila, Phillipine Islands, Nov. 21, 1907.
3. Vera Louise Ingalls, b. Aug. 22, 1893, at Marathon, NY.
4. Robert Dorrance Ingalls, b. June 12, 1896, at New Berlin, NY.
(Donna Dorrance Burdick, Town of Smithfield historian, 8/29/2006)

• School: Cazenovia Seminary, 1873-1879, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY. 263 Ingalls, Willis A., Peterborough, N.Y. 1873. Farmer. Residence, Peterborough, N.Y.

• Degree: Cornell University, 1879, Ithaca, NY. B.S.

• School: 1881, Chicago, Illinois. Studied law.

• Residence: Phelps, NY, 1899. 108

• Residence: Phelps, NY, 13 May 1899.

• Occupation: Teacher. Peterboro, Pompey, Marathon, New Berlin.

• Occupation: Principal, Evans Academy, 1880-1881, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. Salary $800, paid in gold.

• News Item: Cornell University Alumni News, 23 Jun 1900, Ithaca, NY. Vol. II-No. 36, June 23, 1900.

Renunion of the classes, p. 245:
' 79. Willis A. Ingalls, Phelps.

• News Item: Cornell Alumni News, 29 Jan 1902, Ithaca, NY.
Vol. IV - No. 16, p. 118
Cornell Teachers' Association
During the holidays the Cornell Teachers' Association held its annual banquet at Syracuse, N.Y. This Association was organized five years ago. At the convocation of the High School Principals of New York state, which meets in that city every year, many Cornell alumni gather ....

Those present were: ... Willis A. Ingalls, '79

• Occupation: Superintendent of Schools, Ontario County, 1906. He retired in 1916.

• Census: U.S., 4 Jun 1880, Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY. 264 Household 106, visitation 109.
114 Detroit avenue, Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY
Willis A. Ingalls, 24, roomer, teacher, b. NY, parents b. NY.

Also:
Also, East Buffalo:
Household 97, visitation 99:
Ingalls, Willis A., 24, roomer, student, b. NY, parents b. Connecticut.

• Census: U.S., 1910, Phelps, Ontario, New York. 265 Main Street East, dwelling 56, visit 59
Household Members:
Willis R Ingalls 54, commision, school
Minnie D Ingalls 52, 4 children, 3 living
Hazel K Ingalls 25, daughter, stenographer, railroad
Vera L Ingalls 16, daughter
Robert D Ingalls 13, son

• Census: U.S., 1920, Phelps, Ontario, New York. 266 East Main Street, Village of Phelps
Willis A Ingalls 63
Minnie D Ingalls 61
Robert D Ingalls 23 , son, soldier, regular army

• Obituary: Oct 1941. Willis A. Ingalls (written in: "d. Oct. 25, 1941")
Peterboro--Willis Arnold Ingalls, 85, born in Peterboro, January 28, 1856, son of Conrad and Lydia Tucker Ingalls, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fenton E. Bliss, Saturday night. He attended Evans Academy in Peterboro, Cazenovia Seminary, and was graduated from Cornell in 1879. Mr. Ingalls only missed one reunion with his class during the June festivities at Cornell from time of his graduation. In 1881 he married the late Minnie Dorrance, who died six years ago. He was successively principal of Evans Academy and Pompey Academy and schools at Fabius, Marathon, New Berlin, Cincinnatus and Phelps. In 1906 he became Superintendent of Schools in Ontario County, retiring in 1916. Mr. Ingalls was a member of the Phelps Presbyterian Church where he made his home for many years and still maintained a home. He was also a member of the Morrisville Masonic Lodge and was honored this past winter by receiving a fifty year medal from the lodge. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Bliss and Mrs. Francis R. Wisewell of Buffalo, a son Lieut. Col. Robert D. Ingalls, U. S. Army Camp, Joseph N. Robinson, Arkansas, five granddaughters and five grandsons, and one brother, Major Owen L. Ingalls of Port Washington, Long Island. Funeral services were held at Peterboro church Tuesday at two o'clock by Rev. Charles Montgomery and Masonic rites by the Morrisville Masonic Lodge. Interment was in the Peterboro Cemetery. Mr. Ingalls was a grand old man, a gentleman of the old school, and his many friends will miss him. He enjoyed to tell of the days when as a boy in Peterboro Academy and later when he became principal of this same academy, and of the many other interesting and historical tales of Peterboro.
Donna Burdick, Town of Smithfield historian, 8/29/2006

• Residence: McGrawville, Cortland County, NY.

• Biography: Jul 2004, Peterboro, Madison Co., NY. 267
WILLIS A. INGALLS
PRINCIPAL OF EVANS ACADEMY

Willis Arnold Ingalls was born at Peterboro on January 28, 1856, the son of Conrad and Lydia (Tucker) Ingalls. He received his education at Evans Academy, Cazenovia Seminary, and Cornell University, where he graduated in 1879.
In 1881, while studying law in Chicago, Ingalls received an offer of the principalship of Evans Academy. He accepted and taught here for seven years. The salary was $800. He always received his pay in gold.
This was a prosperous time for Evans Academy. The reputation of the school was very high. Pupils could prepare for college right here, and they came long distances to attend. Latin and Greek were taught. French was a popular subject. The students subscribed to a French newspaper and read every word of it. Voltaire and Moliere were read in the original. No abridged editions were used in those days.
Following his employment at Peterboro, Willis Ingalls went on to Pompey Academy and schools in Fabius, Marathon, New Berlin, Cincinnatus, and Phelps, New York. In 1906 he became Superintendent of Schools in Ontario County, retiring in 1916.
Willis Ingalls married Minnie Dorrance of Peterboro in 1881. They were the parents of four children: Hazel, John, Vera, and Robert. Minnie passed away in 1934, and Willis died on October 25, 1941. They are buried in the Peterboro Cemetery.
Donna Dorrance Burdick
Town of Smithfield Historian
July 2004

Willis married Mary "Minnie" Dorrance on 7 Jul 1881 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY, daughter of John Dorrance and Jane Lynch. Mary was born on 4 May 1858 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY, died on 7 Nov 1934 in Phelps, Ontario, New York at age 76, and was buried in 1934 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• AKA: Minnie.

Children from this marriage were:

   101 F    i. Hazel Kirk Ingalls was born on 6 Dec 1883 in NY and died in Jun 1967 at age 83.

Hazel married Francis Wisewell.268 Francis was born on 22 Aug 1888.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1920, Hudson, Columbia Co., NY.
Francis H. Wisewell, age 36, mechanical engineer, steel & iron factory
Hazel, 36

   102 M    ii. John Conrad Ingalls was born on 13 Sep 1885 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY, died on 21 Nov 1907 in Manila, Phillipine Islands at age 22, and was buried in 1907 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: Cornell University, 1903-1904, Ithaca, NY. 269 Cornell University Register, 1903-1904
Catalogue of Students, p. 506
Ingalls, John Conrad

• Education: Cornell University, 1904-1905, Ithaca, NY. 270 Cornell University Register
p. 530 CATALOGUE OF STUDENTS.
Ingalls, John Conrad

• Education: Cornell University, 1905-1906, Ithaca, NY. 271 Cornell University Register
p. 578 Catalogue of Students
(6) Ingalls, John Conrad

• Obituary: Cornell Alumni News, 4 Dec 1907, Ithaca, NY. 272 JOHN C. INGALLS, '07
A cable message received at his
home in Phelps, N.Y., on November
21, brought the sad news of the
death in Manila of John Conrad
Ingalls. The cause of death was
diphtheria. Ingalls was twenty -two
years old. He was prepared for col-
lege at the Phelps High School and
entered Cornell with the class of
1907 in the College of Civil engi-
neering. At the end of his junior
year he sailed for manila, where a
position was awaiting him. He had
been engaged for the past year in
superintending the construction of
sewers in that city. He was a son
of W. A. Ingalls, '79, School Com-
missioner of Ontario county, N.Y.,
and a nephew of O. L. Ingalls, '86,
city engineer of Manila.
Vol. X., No. 10, pp. 116-117.

He never married and had no children

+ 103 F    iii. Vera Louise Ingalls was born on 22 Aug 1893 in Marathon, NY and died on 15 Jan 1973 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY at age 79.

Vera married Fenton Eli Bliss (b. 22 Aug 1888, d. 29 Jul 1959).

+ 104 M    iv. Colonel Robert Dorrance Ingalls was born on 12 Jun 1896 in New Berlin, NY and died in Jul 1963 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama at age 67.

Robert married Wilella Plant (b. 20 Jan 1903, d. 26 Nov 1987) in Aug 1922 in Opelika, Lee Co., Alabama.

32. Owen Lovejoy Ingalls was born in Feb 1863.

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: Cornell University, 1882-1883, Ithaca, NY. 273 CORNELL UNIVERSITY REGISTER 1882-83 ITHACA, N. Y.
p. 23: Ingalls, Owen Lovejoy

• Education: Cornell University, 1883-1884, Ithaca, NY. Cornell University Register, 1883-1884
Catalogue of Students, p. 25:
Ingalls, Owen Lovejoy
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1884

• Education: Cornell University, 1884-1885, Ithaca, NY. 274 Cornell University Register, 1884-1885
Ingalls, Owen Lovejoy, p. 26

• Education: Cornell University, 1885-1886, Ithaca, NY. 275 CATALOGUE OF STUDENTS. SENIORS
p 143
Ingalls, Owen Lovejoy

• Residence: 2148 P St. NW, District of Columbia, 13 May 1899. 108

• Census: U.S., 6 Jun 1900, Washington, DC. 276
Ingalls, Owen, head, b. Feb. 1837, 63, b. NY, parents b. NY, civil engineer
Mary S., wife, b. Nov. 1866, 33, 5 children/3 living. b. Dist of Col., father b. Ohio, mother b. Tennessee
Ruth, daughter, b. Aug 1895, 4
Helen, daughter, b. April 1898, 2
Annie M., daughter, b. Sep 1899, 8/12

It appears the census taker mixed up age and year of birth. Owen was 37 in 1900, and born in 1863.

• Biography: Cornell Alumni News, 31 Jan 1906, Ithaca, NY. 277 Vol. VII, No. 17, p. 195

Succeeds as Engineer
O. L.Ingalls,'86, City Engineer of Manila, and His Important Work
Prominent among that goodly company of men who have gone out from the Cornell College of Civil Engineering in recent years to assume positions of responsibility in many parts of the world is Owen L. Ingalls, '86, who for several years past has been city engineer of Manila, in the Philippines.
Mr. Ingalls was born in 1864 near Peterboro, Madison county, N. Y. He was prepared for college at Evans academy at that place and entered the University in 1882, in the course in civil engineering. While here he took an active interest in athletics, playing on the Varsity nine in '85, Harry Taylor, now president of the Eastern league, being one of his team mates.
After graduation in 1886, Mr. Ingalls worked two years for the Burlington and Missouri railroad in Nebraska, where he became division superintendent on construction. Coming East in 1888, he secured by competitive examination a position on the Croton aqueduct, where he became an expert on rock cutting.
On the completion of the aqueduct, he was offered a position in Washington, D. C., in the department of sewers. He was later made assistant superintendent of the department, where he drafted the plans and superintended the construction of some of the largest sewers in the world, that crossing the Capitol grounds having a diameter of twenty-two feet.
Early in 1902 he was made superintendent of the plumbing department in the city, but before he had had time to carry the work very far he received from the Civil Service commission of the Philippines the appointment of city engineer of Manila.
Owing to the action of Spanish laws concerning land titles, the low position of the city of Manila and the fact that the subsoil is water-soaked sand, the building of a system of servers for the city presents some very difficult problems. These have been successfully solved; plans are now complete and within the next year the great work of building a system of drainage for a city of over 300,000 inhabitants will have been begun.
Mr. Ingalls takes a warm interest in affairs at Cornell and entertains many Cornell men who find themselves in the distant islands.

(photo)
OWEN L. INGALLS, '85

• News Item: Cornell Alumni News, 17 Feb 1909, Ithaca, NY. 278 MANILA CORNELL DINNER.
-----
Graduates in the Philippines recall Old Times "on the Hill."

There was a Cornell dinner in Manila on Jnuary 2 last, and a copy of the bill of fare and toast list has just been received. It was the annual banquet of the Cornell University Alumni association of the Philippine Islands, and it was held at the Hotel de Francia.
. . . .
Included in the toast list is a roster of "Cornellians en las Islas Filipinas," . . . O. L. Ingalls '86, sewer and water works construction, Manila.

• News Item: Cornell Alumni News, 28 Jun 1911, Ithaca, NY. Vol. XIII, No. 38, p. 451
Among the well-known members of Eighty-six ...
Engineer O. L. Ingalls, who incorporated the sewerage system of Manila and is now in charge of fortification construction there; ...

• Military: Oct 1911. Major Owen L. Ingalls of Port Washington, Long Island

Owen married Mercy S. Sinsabaugh on 23 Oct 1895 in Washington, DC, daughter of Lewis W. Sinsabaugh and Sarah <Sinsabaugh>. Mercy was born on 16 Nov 1866 in Washington, DC and died on 3 Mar 1964 in Port Washington, NY at age 97.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Notice: 23 Oct 1895, Washington, DC. Owen L. Ingalls and Mercy S. Sinsabaugh

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U. S., 6 Jan 1920, New York, New York. 279 319 80th Street, Manhattan, household 55, visitation 138
Ingalls, Mercy S., head, 53, wd, b District of Columbia, father b Ohio, m b Tennessee.
Ruth, daughter, 23, b DC, designer, cloth mfg. co.
Helen, daughter, 20, b DC
Muriel A., daughter, 18, b DC
Lovejoy, Robert M., brother, 49, single, b DC, cashier, bank.

• Obituary: New York Times, 4 Mar 1964. 280 INGALLS--Mercy Sinsabaugh (Mrs. Owen L.) on March 3, 1964, in her 98th year, devoted mother of Ruth Ingalls of Port Washington, Helen M. Ingalls and Mrs. Muriel (O. C.) Olsen of Manhasset and Roger O. Ingalls of Dobbs Ferry. Also surivived by four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Port Washington, on March 5 at 1 P.M. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to St. Stephen's Church Memorial Fund.

Children from this marriage were:

   105 F    i. Ruth Ester Ingalls was born on 15 Aug 1896 in Washington, DC.

   106 F    ii. Helen M. Ingalls was born in Apr 1898 in Washington, DC.

   107 F    iii. Muriel A. (Annie) Ingalls was born in Sep 1899 in Washington, DC and died in 1965 at age 66.

Muriel married O. C. Olsen.

+ 108 M    iv. Roger O. Ingalls was born on 21 Feb 1901 in Washington, DC and died in Feb 1995 at age 94.

Roger married Leonore <Ingalls> (b. 1902) in 1922.

34. Phineas Dexter Ingalls was born on 6 Apr 1857,119 died on 26 Oct 1935119 at age 78, and was buried in 1935 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.

Death Notes: Phineas D. Ingalls
(son of Erastus & Athalia Ingalls
April 6, 1857 - October 26, 1935

Burial Notes: Phineas D. Ingalls
son of Erastus & Athalia Ingalls
Apr 6 1857 - Oct 26 1935

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: 10 Sep 1888, Lee Center, NY. 281

• Census: U.S., 15 Jun 1880, Lee, Oneida County, NY. 282
Household 218, visitation 234:

Household of George E. Hollenbeck, wife Josie; cheesemaker:
Ingalls, Phineas D., 23, cheese maker;

• Census: U.S., 1910, Lee, Oneida County, NY.
Phineas D., 53, married 21 yrs., clerk, general store
Ellma L., wife, 44, 2/2 children
Stuart S., son, 17, high school student
Gladys A., daughter, 10

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lee, Oneida, NY. 283
Phineas D., head, 60, laborer, working out
Emma, wife, 53, parents b. in England
Gladys, daughter, 20

• Census: U.S., 1930, Lee Center, NY. Household 75, visitation 78:

Ingalls, Gladys A., daughter, 30, Single, teacher, public school
(listed on sheet no. 10A, enumeration district 33-22, supervisor's district No. 3, page 216.

Sheet No. 3B:

Household 75, visitation 78:
Main Street
Ingalls, Phineas D., head, 72, m at 31, b. New York, father b. United States, mother b. United States, laborer, canning factory
---(no name listed), wife, age 63, m at 22, b. New York, parents b. England

Phineas married Emma L. Sparrow. Emma was born in 1866,117 died in 1934117 at age 68, and was buried in 1934 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.284

Burial Notes: Emma L. Sparrow Ingalls 1866-1934


Children from this marriage were:

+ 109 M    i. Stanley Stuart Ingalls was born on 1 Jun 1892 in Lee Center, NY285 and died on 21 Mar 1950 in Fulton, Oswego, NY at age 57.

Stanley married Blanche Morgan (b. Cir 1891).

   110 F    ii. Gladys A. Ingalls was born on 15 Jul 1899 in Lee Center, NY and died on 19 Jul 1991 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY at age 92.

Noted events in her life were:

• Military Service: WW II, 20 Dec 1942. 286
ARMY SERIAL NUMBER A-210153
NAME INGALLS, GLADYS A
RESIDENCE: STATE NEW YORK
RESIDENCE: COUNTY ONEIDA
PLACE OF ENLISTMENT ALBANY NEW YORK
DATE OF ENLISTMENT: Dec 20, 1942
GRADE: ALPHA DESIGNATION AUX Undefined Code
GRADE: CODE 9 Aviation Cadet
BRANCH: ALPHA DESIGNATION WAC Women's Army Corps
BRANCH: CODE 09 Inactive Reserve
TERM OF ENLISTMENT 5 Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
SOURCE OF ARMY PERSONNEL 0 Civil Life
NATIVITY 23 NEW YORK
YEAR OF BIRTH 99
RACE AND CITIZENSHIP 1 White, citizen
EDUCATION 8 4 years of college
CIVILIAN OCCUPATION 023 Undefined Code
MARITAL STATUS 6 Single, without dependents
COMPONENT OF THE ARMY 9 Women's Army Corps
CARD NUMBER
BOX NUMBER 0003
FILM REEL NUMBER 1.3

• Obituary: Syracuse Post-Standard, 20 Jul 1991, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.
GLADYS A. INGALLS

Gladys A. Ingalls, 92, formerly of York State Manor, died Friday at Hill Haven Nursing Home after a long illness.
A native of Lee Center, Miss Ingalls also lived in Elmira, Highland Falls and Aurora before moving to Syracuse in 1964. She taught high school in Elmira and Highland Falls before volunteering for the WACs in November 1942. After World War II, Miss Ingalls was a librarian at the Veteran's Hospital in Northport, Long Island. In 1962, she started work as a librarian at Wells College in Aurora.
Miss Ingalls was a 1930 graduate of Columbia University and received her master's degree at Syracuse University in 1931.
Miss Ingalls was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Lee Center.
Surviving is a niece, Betty Ingalls Davis of Fulton.
Services will be private. Private burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Rome.
There will be no calling hours.
Griffin-Aldridge Funeral Home, Rome, has charge of arrangements.
Edition: Metro
Page: B4
Record Number: 9107200193

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 20 Jul 1991, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287
Gladys A. Ingalls
Gladys A. Ingalls, 92, formerly of Lee Center and York State Manor, Syracuse,
died July 19, 1991, in Hill Haven Nursing Home, Syracuse, after a long illness.
She was born in Lee Center, July 15, 1899, a daughter of Phineas D. and Emma
Sparrow Ingalls. A native of Lee Center, she also lived in Elmira, Highland Falls
and Aurora, N.Y., moving to Syracuse in 1964. She was a 1930 graduate of Columbia University and received her M.A. from Syracuse University in 1931.
She taught high school in Elmira and Highland Falls, N.Y. before volunteering
for the WAC in November 1942. After World War II, she was a librarian at the
Veteran's Hospital, North Port, Long Island. In 1962 she became a librarian for
Wells College, Aurora, N.Y. Miss Ingalls was a member of the Lee Center United
Methodist Church.
Surviving is a niece, Betty Ingalls Davis of Fulton, N.Y.
There are no calling hours. Private funeral services will be held at the
convenience of the family. Arrangements by the Griffin & Aldridge Funeral Home.

• Social Security Number: 113-26-0910.
GLADYS A INGALL15 Jul 1899 19 Jul 1991 New York

She never married and had no children


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42. George Frank Ingalls was born on 20 Nov 1863 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 10 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY136 at age 84, and was buried on 13 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

General Notes: SOUR @S0@

Noted events in his life were:

• AKA: Frank Ingalls.

• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Age 3

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 288
Frank Ingalls
Residence: 257
Visitation: 262
Born; Nov. 1866
Married: 3 years
Occupation: Farm Laborer

• Census: U.S., 1910, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 289
Frank (Ingales (sic), age 39, farm labor
Jennie, wife, 37
Ruth, daughter, 7
Constance, daughter, 5
Leland, son, 2
Maud Ingalls, sister of Jennie Ingalls, 38, seamstress

• Census: U.S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 290 farm, West Rd., dwelling 121, visit 127
Ingalls, Frank, 52, laborer, coal yard
Jennie, wife, 53
Ruth M., daughter, 17
Constance L., dughter, 14, attending school
Leland, son, 12, attending school

(farm next to Jennie and Beatrice Ingalls)

• Census: U.S., 1930, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 291
6 State Street, Vernon Township, Oneida Castle Village, Oneida Co, NY
Household 74, visitation 88
G Frank Ingles 62, tenant, age at marriage 30 years, teamster
Jennie Ingles 60, married at 28 years
Fenton S Hood 24, age at marriage 23, father b Illinois, mother b NY, electrician
Constance L Hood 23, age at marriage 22

• Occupation: farmer Glenwood av, Oneida, NY, 1901. 62

• Occupation: farmer - West Av, Oneida, NY, Between 1905 and 1915, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Occupation: farmer 3 ch T 2h 18c R1, 1917, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 185

• Occupation: farmer - Middle Road, Oneida, NY, 1919, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Occupation: teamster M J Farley & Son, Between 1922 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 62

• Occupation: retired farmer, Between 1937 and 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 6 State, Oneida Castle, NY, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Fenton S. Hood, Oneida, NY, 1937, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 234 Lexington av, Oneida, NY, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Fairview Ave, Oneida, NY, Between 1941 and 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Obituary: 11 Aug 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. G. Frank Ingalls, a retired farmer, died last evening at the home of his daughter Mrs. Constance Hood, Fairview Ave. Survivors include another daughter Ruth Gillett, a son F. Leland of Syracuse, three sisters, Mrs. Mary Stook and Mrs. Hilda Terwillinger both of Chittenango and Mrs. Nell Seymour Ingalls, Chittenango.

Oneida, NY

• Funeral: at Campbell's Funeral Home, 13 Aug 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 292
In Memory
of
G. Frank Ingalls
----
Born
Town of Lenox, N. Y.
Nov. 21, 1863
----
Passed Away
at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Hood
Oneida, N. Y.
Aug. 10, 1948
----
Final Resting Place
Glenwood Cemetery
Oneida, N. Y.

Services Conducted
from
Campbell's Funeral Home
2 p. m. Aug. 13, 1948
----
Rev. Lee A. Howe, Jr.
Pastor of
First Baptist Church
Oneida, N. Y.
Officiating
----
Bearers
Jay Bridge
Donald Stewart
Frank Erdige
Herman Eldred

Campbell's Funeral Service,
Inc.
Oneida, N. Y.

Note re pall bearers: In 1930 Donald Stewart lived next door to Beatrice Ingalls on Fairview Ave. Jay Bridge lived a couple of houses down on Fairview.

George married Jennie Ingalls in 1897 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, daughter of Luther B. Ingalls and Margaret Rouse. Jennie was born on 15 Dec 1869 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY,158 died on 30 Mar 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY163 at age 70, and was buried on 2 Apr 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Birth Notes: Based on death certificate ae 70y 3mo 15d

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: domestic Mulberrry, Oneida, NY, 1887, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62 1887-1888

• Occupation: dressmaker, Oneida, NY, 1892, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 15 Sands, Oneida, NY, 1892, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 288
Residence: 257
Visitation: 262
Born: unreadable
Married: 3 years
No occupation.

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 2 Apr 1940, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 293
MRS. JENNIE INGALLS
DIES IN ONEIDA HOME

Mrs. Jennie Ingalls, wife of
Frank Ingalls, Fairview Avenue,
farmer, died Saturday after a long
illness. She was 70.
She was a life long resident of
this city. Mrs. Ingalls' name was
not changed by marriage. Her
parents were Luther Ingalls and
Margaret Rouse Ingalls.
Surviving are her husband, two
daughters, Mrs. Fenton Hood and
Mrs. Eugene Gillett, both of Onei-
da; one son, Leland, Syracuse;
two sisters, Mrs. Clarence Knight,
Oneida, and Mrs. Anna Cheesman,
Syracuse; one brother, Jay In-
galls, Oneida.
The funderal will be conducted in
the home at 2 p. m. tomorrow by
Rev. Lee A. Howe, Baptist pas-
tor. Burial will be in Glenwood
Cemetery by C. Fred Campbell.

Oneida Dispatch
April 2, 1940

• Funeral: at Fairview Avenue home, 2 Apr 1940, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 294
In Memory of
JENNIE INGALLS
Born Dec. 15, 1869
Oneida, New York

Passed Away March 30, 1940
Oneida, New York
Services Held at Home
Fairview Ave.
2 P. M. April 2, 1940
REV. LEE A. HOWE
Oneida Baptist Church
Officiating

BEARERS
Jay L. Bridge John Terrell
Donald Stewart Frank Matteo

Final Resting Place
GLENWOOD CEMETARY
Oneida, New York

Note pall bearers: In 1930 Donald Stewart lived next door to Beatrice Ingalls on Fairview Ave. Jay Bridge lived a couple of houses down on Fairview.

Children from this marriage were:

   111 F    i. Ruth Margaret Ingalls was born on 17 Oct 1902 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, died on 5 Jan 1978 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY at age 75, and was buried in 1978 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes: Incorrect birth date of October 17, 1907 engraved on headstone. Actual date of birth is October 17, 1902.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 321-54-3339.

• Occupation: employee at Motor Vehicle Bureau, Syracuse, NY, Between 1927 and 1931, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 62

• Occupation: stenographer of the County Probation Office, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Occupation: secretary to Mrs. Carrie R Cornell, 1937, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: at 6 State, Oneida Castle, NY, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 62

• Residence: at 402 Stone, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: at 809 Montgomery, Syracuse, NY, Between 1926 and 1927. 62

• Residence: at 215 Green, Syracuse, NY, 1929. 62 Ruth M Ingles

• Obituary: 1978. 295 Oneida County, NY - 1978 Obituaries
Extracted from Rome Daily Sentinel

Gillett Ruth I
DOD: Jan 5'78
Father: Ingalls Frank
Mother: (unknown) *
Spouse: Gillett Eugene N ( NY)
Survivors: 1

• Religion: a member of the First Baptist Church, 1928, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 296 First Baptist Church On Court House Circle
Syracuse, N. Y.
Directory 1928
p. 31, I
Church District 3 Ingles, Ruth M. 215 Green St.

Ruth married Eugene Newton Gillett on 23 Dec 1939 in Cazenovia, NY.62 Eugene was born on 5 Nov 1907 in Detroit, Michigan, died on 15 Aug 2003 in Pembroke Pines, FL at age 95, and was buried on 5 Sep 2003 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: clerk, Motor Vehicle Bureau, Between 1939 and 1941, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Education: Cazenovia Seminary (High School), 1926, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: at 311 Loucks Street, Oneida, NY, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Acorn Drive, Hollywood, Fl.

• Obituary: Syracuse Post Standard, 30 Aug 2003, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 297 Eugene Newton Gillett August 15, 2003
Eugene Newton Gillett, 95, of Pembroke Pines, FL, died August 15, 2003. He was a 1926 graduate of Cazenovia Seminary and current Regent. Spent youth in Cazenovia and lived in Rome, NY. U.S. Army Veteran WWII Pacific Theatre. Retired Credit Manager of Revere Copper & Brass retired 1972, Clinton, Illinois Division. Avid stamp collector. Survivors: His daughter and son-in-law, Julia Hendrick and Luis Rodriguez, Hollywood, FL. Services: Private graveside services, Evergreen Cemetery, Cazenovia, NY. Arrangements by the Richard F. Ayer Funeral Homes, Cazenovia, NY.

• Military Service: Pacific Theatre, WWII. U.S. Army.

   112 F    ii. Constance Lucille Ingalls was born on 5 Aug 1905 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, died on 13 Dec 1987 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY at age 82, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 055-52-8468. 298

• Residence: at Fairview RD1, 1957.

• Residence: at 6 State Street, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 62

• AKA: Connie.

• Obituary: Rome Sentinel, 13 Dec 1987, Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

Constance married Fenton Stanley Hood on 19 Oct 1929 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, son of Judson Joseph Hood and Mary A. Lora. Fenton was born on 29 Nov 1905 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY,298 died on 2 Nov 1989298 at age 83, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Hood Family Burials
Oneida Castle Cemetery, Oneida County, NY

LOT SEC
HOOD, CONSTANCE DEC.16,1987 229 B
HOOD, FENTON NOV.05,1989 229 B
HOOD, GERTRUDE 1896-1904 229 B
HOOD, HELEN M. NOV.17,1991 45 D
HOOD, JUDSON JOSEPH 1869-1940 229 B
HOOD, LORA 1872-1926 229 B
KLOCK, SARAH 1839-1912 229 B

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 118-12-9400. 298

• Occupation: Electrician, Between 1927 and 1972, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 142 Fairview av, Oneida, NY, Between 1939 and 1989, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62,299 The Hood family lived in 3rd house from corner on right.
George Ingalls lived in 1st house from corner on right.
This house no longer exists.

• Residence: 80 Seneca av, 1927, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 6 State, 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 62

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 4 Nov 1989, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287
Fenton S. Hood
ONEIDA--Fenton S. Hood, 83, of 142 Fairview Ave., retired owner-operator of
Hood Electrical Co., an electrical contracting and repair frim in Oneida, died
Thursday, Nov. 2, 1969, at home after a long illness.
Born in Oneida Castle on Nov. 29, 1905, he was the son of J. Judson and Laura
Johnson Hood. He married Constance L. Ingalls in Oneida on Oct. 19, 1929. She died on December 13, 1987.
He was a member of the Oneida Baptsit Church, where he was a former trustee and deacon.
Surviving are two sons, Fenton Judson Hood, Arvada, Colo., and Lawrence S.
Hood, Hamburg; a daughter, Charmal L. Woodworth, Oneida, and nine
grandchildren.
Services will be Monday at 11 a.m. at the Campbell-Dean Funeral Home. Burial
will be in Oneida Castle Cemetery. Calling hours are from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Sunday. Memorials may be made to the Oneida Baptist Church.

   113 M    iii. Frank Leland Ingalls Sr. was born on 24 Jun 1907 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY,300 died on 28 Oct 1974 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY301 at age 67, and was buried on 31 Oct 1974 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.302

Death Notes: At home.

Burial Notes: Lot 251, section 12.

Noted events in his life were:

• AKA: Lee Ingalls.

• Social Security Number: 163-03-3516. 298 FRANK INGALLS
24 Jun 1907 Oct 1974
13206 (Syracuse, Onondaga, NY )
Issued: Pennsylvania

• Occupation: employee, 1927, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 809 Montgomery, Syracuse, NY, 1926-1927. 62

• Residence: 6 State, Oneida Castle, NY, 1927, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 708 James St, Syracuse, NY, 1928. 62

• Residence: 305 Springbrook Ave, Syracuse, NY, 1929.

• Residence: 130 Monticello Drive, Syracuse, NY, 1930.

• Residence: 137 Hamden Drive, Syracuse, NY, 24 Nov 1936, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• Residence: 1214 Glencove Rd S., Between 1940 and 1974, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 62 House was purchased in the 1930's.

• Obituary: 29 Oct 1974, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 303 F. Leland Ingalls, 67, of 1214 Glencove Rd. S., died yester-
day evening at home.
A native of Oneida, he had lived here most of his life. He
retired nine years ago from the Sun Oil Co.
He is survived by his wife, the former Anita Heidt; two
sons, Douglas J. and Malcolm J.; three daughters, Mrs. Don-
ald Welton of Great Bend, Pa., and the Misses Jerilyn A, and
Anita M.; two sisters, Mrs. Eugene M. Gillette of Rome and
Mrs. Fenton Hood of Oneida Castle and eight grand-
children.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Frasier-Shep-
ardson Funeral Home, 1217 N. Salina St., the Rev. Alfred
Schroeder officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery,
Friends may call at 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
tomorrow at the funeral home.
Contributions may be made to the Cancer Society of Onon-
daga County.

29 October 1974
Syracuse Post-Standard
=========================================================

• Census: U.S., 1930, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 304
Monticello Drive North (14th Ward, block 1383)
clerk - automobile
Frank L., 22
Anita, wife, 22
Married at age 19, 3 years of marriage at enumeration

• News Item: Honored for Safe Driving, 10 Jun 1946, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 305 Sun Oil truck drivers who received the company safe driving award at dinner at Hotel Onondaga ... F. Leland Ingalls, 10-year award.

• News Item: Safe Drivers (photo), 17 Jun 1955, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 306 A trio of safe drivers of Sun Oil Company have received recognition for driving over a period of years without non-preventable accidents. In the picture: (last on right) ... and Leland Ingalls, 19-year employee.

• News Item: Safe Drivers (photo), 7 Jun 1957, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 307 Honored for rolling up over a million safe driving miles, two Sun Oil Co. drivers hold plaques they have been awarded. (3rd from left) F. Leland Ingalls, a driver...Ninety per cent of their driving was confined to the Syracuse area.

Frank married Anita Marie Heidt on 18 Sep 1926 in Watkins Glen, NY, daughter of Frederick A. Heidt and Elizabeth Renk. Anita was born on 11 Feb 1908 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 6 Oct 1977 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY308,309 at age 69, and was buried on 10 Oct 1977 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Wedding Announcement: Disproves Old Adage, 15 Jan 1928, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 310 KEPT SECRET--Married since Sept. 18, 1926, Anita Heidt, 911 Darlington rd., and F. Leland Ingalls of Oneida and Syracuse, have just broken the news of their marriage to their parents and friends.(photo caption)
KEEP WEDDING SECRET YEAR
Could you be married secretly and keep it a secret even from your immediate family for a year and four months?
Anita Heidt, daughter of Mrs. T. J. Behan of 911 Darlington rd., and F. Leland Ingalls of Oneida and Syracuse did just that after their elopement, Sept. 18, 1926.
Planning their marriage carefully, they left Syracuse, ostensibly for Lake Brantingham, where Miss Heidt was to stay over a weekend. Stopping in Cortland they obtained their license, then going on to Ithaca, where they were married by Rev. James Gagnier.
Miss Heidt returned ostensibly from her week-end at Lake Brantingham and Ingalls returned to his home in Oneida, later going back to Syracuse, where his business is. They decided to keep the ceremony a secret until they were ready to begin housekeeping.
Not even their parents or close friends knew about it. Their witnesses were Mrs. Gagnier and the wife of a doctor who lived near the parsonage.
<MAR 001>

Burial Notes: Lot 251, section 12.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 054-50-7445. 298 ANITA INGALLS
11 Feb 1908
Oct 1977 13206 (Syracuse, Onondaga, NY)
Issued: New York

• Occupation: interior decorator, 1929.

• Residence: at 1227 Highland St, Syracuse, NY, 1926. 62

• Residence: at 305 Springbrook Ave, Syracuse, NY, 1929.

• Residence: at 160 Monticello dr, Syracuse, NY, 1930.

• News Item: Huntington School Mothers' Club to Open Season, 13 Sep 1946, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 307 ... The annual garden show will be conducted in the school gymnasium following the meeting. Pupils of Huntington School will compete. Mrs. Darwin Wescott and Mrs. Leland Ingalls are in charge. ...

• News Item: Santa Claus to Visit Huntington Bazaar, 1 Dec 1948, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 311 Santa Claus will pay a special visit to the Mothers' Club of Huntington School at a bazaar on Friday from 3 P.M. to 11 P.M. in the school gymnasium.
,,,
Mrs. Leland Ingalls, (is in charge of) plants and flowers.

• News Item: Party to Fete Delegates to Garden Center, 20 Feb 1950, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 312 A get-acquainted party for new association officers and garden club representatives will be featured at the meeting of the Garden Center Association of Central New York Tuesday in Syracuse Museum of Modern Arts.
...
...extension work; Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls, circulation.

• News Item: Top Authorities in Their Fields Will Direct, Judge State Fair Events, 21 Jul 1952, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 313 Outstanding authorities in their respective fields will have charge of the various departments at the 1952 New York State Fair, which will be in operation eight days and nights beginning Aug. 30.

....Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls, Syracuse buffet table (horticultural building).

• News Item: Garden Club Conducts 'Autumn' Fantasy Show, 4 Oct 1952, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 314 "Autumn Fantasy" is the theme of the flower show being held today from 2-9 P.M. in Huntington School by the Eastwood Garden Club. Table settings, flower arrangements, house plants, chrysanthemums will be amount exhibits. Refreshments will be served.

Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls is chairman ....

• News Item: Show Queen Awards Made to Eastwood Woman, 9 Oct 1952, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 315 Outstanding displays by Mrs. Stanley Krutilis and Mrs. George Quonce of Eastwood Garden Club, at last Saturday's flower show in Huntinton School won them "Queen of the Show" prizes.
...
Mrs. Leland Ingalls took 21 first prizes in the horticulture class. ...

• News Item: Garden Club to Install New Officers at Dinner, 2 Oct 1953, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 316 Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls will conduct the installations.

• News Item: Completing the Program (photo), 21 May 1953, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 317 for the annual home and garden tour sponsored by the Garden Center Association and planned for Saturday, are left to right, Mrs. Charles L. Griffin, Jr., pre-tour luncheon chairman; Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls, ticket chairman; and Mrs. Harvey M. Sass, posters.

• News Item: Garden Club Plans Meeting on Thursday, 3 Mar 1953, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 314 Mrs. Dale Cramer, new president of the Eastwood Garden Club, will preside at the group's Thursday evening meeting at Huntington School.

... Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls and Mrs. Clarence Agan will serve refreshments.

...committee heads have been appointed for 1953. They are: ... Mrs. Ingalls, membership.

• News Item: Who says flowers are just for grownups?, 18 Sep 1954, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 314 Huntin School mothers' Club will again prove youngsters are just as capable of arranging flowers on Tuesday when the annual Children's Garden Show is held in the school.

Trophies will be awarded for the most beautiful flower arrangement and the best vegetable. Mrs. LaVerne T. Basset and Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls of Eastwood Garden Club will serve as judge. Mrs. Elsie Platto, the principal, will do the presentations and trophies will be kept in the winners' classrooms for one year.

• News Item: Children's Garden Show Scheduled, 15 Sep 1955, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 318 Green thumbed youngsters at Huntington School will display garden varieties at the annual Children's Garden Show sponsored by the Mothers' Club next Tuesday.
...
Judges will be Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls and Mrs. LaVerne T. Bassett of the Eastwood Garden Club.
...

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald Journal, 7 Oct 1977, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 308
Mrs. Anita Ingalls
Mrs. Anita Heidt Ingalls, 69, of 1214 Glencove Road S. died last night at St.
Joseph's Hospital.
She was a member of Resurrection Lutheran Church and was active in the Sunday School and release time program of the church. She also was active in the Council of Churches.
Mrs. Ingalls was a past president of the Eastwood Garden Club and was a member of the Syracuse Garden Club.
Surviving are two sons, Douglas J. and Malcolm J. Ingalls, both of Syracuse;
three daughters, Mrs. Donald (Sharon) Welton of Oakridge, N. J. , Miss Jerilyn Ingalls of Syracuse and Miss Anita Ingalls of New York City; a daughter-in-law, Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls of Philadelphia; two step-sisters, Miss Elizabeth H. Behan and Mrs. Mary Agnes McHale of East Syracuse, and nine grandchildren.
Services will be Monday at 11 a. m. at Frasier-Shepardson Funeral Home, the
Rev. Alfred J. Schroeder, pastor of Resurrection Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow and 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Contributions may be made to the Anita Ingalls Memorial Fund in care of Resurrection Lutheran Church, 873 DeWitt St.

Herald Journal
7 October 1977


43. William D. Ingalls was born about 1864, died on 12 Apr 1919 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY137 about age 55, and was buried in 1919 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.3,92

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY. 319
Ingalls, William D., 45, married 16 yrs., merchant, general store
Ida J., wife, 36, 3/3 children living
Arletta M., daughter, 11
Arlinda, daughter, 8
Ida V., daughter, 4
Schemerhorn, Phebe L., 79, widow, 1/1 children living

• Residence: 1917, Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Occupation: proprietor of White's Hotel, 1917, Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• AKA: Willis D. 320

William married Ida J. Schermerhorn in 1894, daughter of Unknown and Phoebe L. <Schermerhorn>. Ida was born in 1870, died on 15 Jun 1946 at age 76, and was buried in 1946 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.3

Burial Notes: Ingalls, Ida J., wife (of Willis D. Ingalls), 1870-1946
(Jun. 15, 1946)

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY. 321
Ingalls, Ida J., head, 49, widow, farm, 66 animals
Arlinda P., daughter, 18, payroll clerk, silver company
Ida V., daughter, 13
Emerson W., son, 7

• Census: U.S., 1930, Lee, Oneida County, NY. 322,323
Ingalls, Ida J., head, realty 3000, widow, 59, age at 1st marriage: 23, boarding house, at home.
Emerson W., son, 17, laborer, farm
Thrasher, Vernon A., son-in-law, 27, age at 1st marriage 24, carpenter, building.
O. Arlinda, daughter, 28, age at 1st marriage, 27, teacher, district school.

Children from this marriage were:

   114 F    i. Arletta M. Ingalls was born on 4 Mar 1899 in Lee Center, NY and died on 9 Jan 1971 in Harrisville, NY at age 71.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, 10 Jan 1974, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287 Lee Center
Native Dies
HARRISVILLE -- Mrs. Glen
(Arletta) Weeks, 71, a native
of Lee Center and former resi-
dent of Rome, died Saturday at
Carthage Area Hospital where
she had been a patient for nine
days.
She was born at Lee Center
March 4, 1899, daughter of
Willis and Ida Schermerhorn
Ingalls. She was married April
20, 1917 at St. Mary's Church,
Rome.
Mrs. Weeks was a member of
St. Francis Salonus Church,
Harrisville, and the American
Legion Auxiliary, also of Harris-
ville.
Surviving besides her husband,
are two daughters, Mrs. Clifford
(Doris) Jarvis, South Glens Falls;
Miss Kathryne Weeks, New York
City; three sons, Robert, Jackson-
ville, Fla.; Edward, Morrisville,
Pa., and Donald, Canton; one sis-
ter, Mrs. Vernon (Arlinda)
Thrasher, Lee Center; 12 grand-
children and four great-grand-
children.
The funeral will be at 10 Wed-
nesday at the Scanlon Funeral
Home, Harrisville, and at 10:30 at
St. Francis Salonus Church with
the Rev. Howard Kennedy offici-
ating. Burial will be in Evergreen
Cemetery, Stokes, in the spring.
Friends may call at the funeral
home today and tomorrow at
their convenience.

Arletta married Glen J. Weeks on 20 Apr 1917 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY. Glen was born in 1896.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Ceremony: St. Mary's Church, Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Diana, Lewis County, NY. 324 Church St, Harrisville Village, Town of Diana
household 106, visitation 109
Glenn J Weeks 34, m. at 22, Tower Bros., Paper Mill, veteran WW
Arletta M Weeks 31, m. at 19
Doris M Weeks 11, daughter
Robert W Weeks 8, son
Edward J Weeks 3 8/12, son
Donald G Weeks 8/12, son

   115 F    ii. Arlinda Ingalls was born on 1 Dec 1901 in Lee Center, NY and died on 13 Feb 1988 in Chelmsford, Mass at age 86.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 15 Feb 1988, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 325
Mrs. Arlinda Thrasher
Mrs. Arlinda Thrasher, 86, of 10 Mansfield Drive,
Chelmsford, Mass., formerly of Lee Center, died Saturday,
Feb. 13, 1988, in Lowell General Hospital, Lowell, Mass. after
a brief illness.
Born in Lee Center, on Dec. 26, 1901, she was a daughter of
Willis D. and Ida Schermerhorn Ingalls. She married Vernon
A. Thrasher on July 3, 1929, in Lee Center.
A graduate of the New York State Teacher's College,
Oneonta, she taught in Lee schools for several years. She was
a member of Lee Center United Methodist Church, where she
was a member of the Women's Society, and was a past
member and administrative member of the church's board.
She was also a member of Lake Delta Chapter, Order of the
Eastern Star, and Lee Unity Senior Citizens. She moved to
Chelmsford, Mass., in December of 1965.
Surviving besides her husband, are a daughter, Mrs. James
(Suzanne) Schmidt, Chelmsford, Mass; and two
grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held at Evergreen Cemetery in
the spring. There are no calling hours. Arrangements were by
Prince-Boyd & Hyatt Funeral Home. Donations may be made
to Lee Center United Methodist Church.

• AKA: P. Arlinda or Arlinda P.

Arlinda married Vernon A. Thrasher on 3 Jul 1929 in Lee Center, NY, son of Frank Thrasher and Myra Gookins. Vernon was born on 19 Sep 1902 and died on 23 Feb 2001 in Chelmsford, Mass at age 98.

Death Notes: Massachusetts Death Records
Name: Vernon A Thrasher Certificate: 019810 Death Place: Chelmsford Death Date: 23 Feb 2001 Birth Place: New York Birth Date: September 19, 1902 Spouse: Arlinda Ingalls

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1920, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 326 410 North Avenue
Living in household of John M., Roe, head, 60 tinsmith, copper mill
Roe, Melvina, wife, 51, dressmaker
Thrasher, Frank, brother-in-law, 45, married, carpenter
Elmer, nephew, 18, sawyer, lumber mill
Vernon, nephew, 17, sawyer, lumber mill
Nellie, niece, 15

• resided: with Ida J. Ingalls, 1930, Lee Center, Oneida Co., NY.

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, 2001, Rome, Oneida Co., NY.
Thrasher, Vernon A. 2/23/2001
Father: Thrasher, Frank
Mother: Gookins, Myra
Spouse: Ingalls, Arlinda Spouse died: 2/13/1988

   116 F    iii. Ida V. Ingalls was born in 1906.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U.S., 1930, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 327
534 Broadway
Realty, 4500, age 35, age at 1st marriage: 19, domestic, housework
Britt, Thomas H., roomer, 42, single, flagman, railroad

Ida married Frank Button in 1922.

   117 M    iv. Emerson W. Ingalls was born on 5 May 1912 in Lee Center, NY and died on 7 Sep 1956 in Lee Center, NY at age 44.

Birth Notes: Rome Sentinel Births - 1912:
Ingalls, W. D. son May 7, 1912


Noted events in his life were:

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald-Journal, 8 Sep 1956, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 328
Emerson Ingalls Funeral Monday
ROME--Emerson W. Ingalls, 44,
died at his home in Lee Center
yesterday afternoon.

A son of Willis and Ida Schermerhorn
Ingalls, he was born in Lee Center,
May 5, 1912. On Nov. 30, 1932, he
married Ruth Anderegg.

Mr. Ingalls is survived by his wife, and
daughter, Karen, at home, three sisters,
Mrs. Verne Thrasher, Lee Center and
Mrs. Frank Button, R.F.D. 2, and Mrs.
Glen Weeks, Norfolk, N.Y.

Funeral Services will be at the Griffin-
and Aldridge Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Monday
with the Rev. Howard Hull, pastor of Lee
Center Methodist Church, officiating. Burial
will be in Evergreen Cemetery.

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, 10 Sep 1956, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287
Lee Center
Ingalls Funeral
Services Held
LEE CENTER--Funeral serv-
ices for Emerson W. Ingalls who
died unexpectedly Friday, were
held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the Griffin and Aldreidge Funeral
Home, Rome.
The Rev. Howard D. Hall, pas-
tor of the Lee Center Methodist
Church officiated, and bearers
were Elmer Hall, Robert Money,
Earl Rasha, Thomas Day, Ashley
Hadlock and Donald Blood. Burial
was in Evergreen Cemetery.
Flowers were received from
Friends at Lee Center ..., M. R.
Comer Electrical Installation and
employees, friends at the Midtown
Grill, staff and employes of the
Olney and Floyd Canning Co., Lee
Center Volunteer Fire Dept., High-
way Dept., Town of Lee, the Amer-
ican Legion Auxiliary, of Harris-
ville, the following at the Shopping
Center, and relatives, friends and
neighbors.
Members of the Lee Center Fire
Dept. and its Auxiliary called Sun-
day evening accompanied by the
acting chaplain, The Rev. Caradog
P. Williams, and conducted a me-
morial service.

Emerson married Ruth Anderegg on 30 Nov 1932 in Lee Center, NY, daughter of Samuel Anderegg and Margaret Weibel. Ruth was born on 26 Nov 1914 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY, died on 27 Jan 2000 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY at age 85, and was buried in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 28 Jan 2000, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287 Ruth A. Ingalls
Ruth A. Ingalls, 85, of Golly Road, Town of
Lee, passed away Thursday, January 27, 2000
in Rome Memorial Hospital Extended Care
Facility. She was born November 26, 1914 in
the Town of Lee, a daughter of Samuel and
Margaret Weibel Anderegg and was educated
in Lee Valley School.
Ruth was united in marriage to Emerson
Ingalls on November 30, 1932 in Lee Center.
He passed away September 7, 1956. She had
been employed by M. R. Connors, Stokes and
later by Rome Developmental Center retir-
ing in 1977. She was a member of Lee Center
United Methodist Church Civil Service
Employees Asst., Lee Unity Senior Citizens
and was a former member of Lee Center Vol-
unteer Fire Dept. Ladies Auxiliary.
Ruth's most cherished times had been with
her family, particularly her grandchildren
and great grand children who were her treasures.
Her family was her life.
Surviving is a daughter and son-in-law, Karen
and James Mortis, Golly Rd., Town of Lee, three
grandsons and their wives, Bradley and Deborah
Mortis, Golly Rd., Town of Lee, Randall and
Elizabeth Mortis, Maynard, Mass., and Todd and
Sharon Mortis, Lee Center, eight great-grandchildren,
Cody, Nicole, Shayna, James, Tyler, Paige, Lauren,
and Leslie, two sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Smith and
Mrs. Doris Baldigo, both of Lee Center, a brother-
in-law, Verne Thrasher, Chelmsford, Mass. and several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be Sunday at 2:00
p.m. from the Barry Funeral Home, 807 W.
Chestnut St. with the Rev. Fred Bailey offici-
ating. Spring interment will be in Evergreen
Cemetery.
Relatives and friends may call at the funer-
al home Saturday 3-7 p.m. Memorial contri-
butions may be made to the Lee Center United
Methodist Church Maintenance Fund.
A special thank you to the staff of the Residential
Health Care Facility 3 East and to Dr. David Kirk for
their care and compassion.

44. John J. Ingalls was born on 14 Jun 1868 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, died on 27 Oct 1928 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York138 at age 60, and was buried on 30 Oct 1928 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Death Notes: Age: 60 yrs, 5 mos. 8 ds. Was found dead at 6:30 a.m. Coroner, A. P. Clark, Cause of Death: apoplexy.
Informant: Burel E. Ingalls, Oneida, NY.

Burial Notes: C. Fred Campbell, Undertaker

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Jun 1866.

• Occupation: Prop. White's Hotel, Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Residence: Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Census: U.S., 1900, Town of Stockbridge, Madison Co., New York. 329
Ingalls, John J., 33, b. June 1866, married 8 ys., farm laborer
Flora L., wife, b. Aug 1873, 26
Burel E., son, b. Jan 1894, 6

• Census: U.S., 1910, Vernon, Oneida, New York. 330
Peterboro Street, Village of Vernon
Ingalls, John, 43, married 18 yrs., laborer, saw mill
Flora E., wife, 34 (1/1 children)
Burel E., son, 16

• Census: U.S., 1920, Vernon, Oneida, New York. 331
Peterboro Street
Ingalls, John, 51, laborer, saw mill
Flora, wife, 43

John married Flora L. Dingman in 1892, daughter of Elias Dingman and Emaline <Dingman>. Flora was born on 15 Aug 1871 in Orwell, Oswego Co., NY, died on 12 Apr 1948 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York332 at age 76, and was buried on 15 Apr 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Death Notes: Doctor: James Bernard Lawla, M.D.
Attended: December 1926 to April 12, 1948
Time of death: 10 p.m.
Cause of death: Encephalorrhagia
Arterio Sclerosis
Thyratoxicosis

Burial Notes: Undertaker:
C. W. Kitson, Vernon, NY, License No. 2941

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Aug 1873.

• Census: U.S., 1930, Vernon, Oneida, New York.
Villlage of Vernon:
Ingalls, Flora, widow, 53, realty 3000
Burel, son, married, 37, blacksmith, shop

The child from this marriage was:

   118 M    i. Burel Elias Ingalls was born on 30 Jan 1894298 and died in Jun 1969 at age 75.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: World War I Draft Registration Card, 1917-1918, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.
Name: Burel Elias Ingalls
Birth Date: 30 Jan 1894
Registration Place: Oneida, NY

• Census: U.S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 333
74 Sconondoa Street
Burel, 24, blacksmith, horses
Ida, wife, 26

• Census: U.S., 1930, Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York.
Living alone with his mother, Flora Dingman Ingalls, in the village of Vernon on Peterboro Street.
Ingalls, Ida, 35, is living at 534 Broadway, Oneida (owns home).

• Social Security Number: 118-16-3990. Burel INGALLS
Birth Date: 30 Jan 1894
Death Date: Jun 1969
Social Security Number: 118-16-3990
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: New York (Zip Code: 13421)

Burel married Ida <Ingalls>. Ida was born in 1894.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U.S., 1930, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 327
534 Broadway (owns home)
Ingalls, Ida, 35, realty 4500, married, age at marriage 19, domestic
Britt, Thomas H., roomer

45. Seymour Ingalls was born about 1869.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1900, Vernon, Oneida, New York.
INGALLS SEYMOUR 30 M W NY NY ONEIDA VERNON 1900
Seymour, age 29 - R.R. worker
Ida, wife, age 27
Hazel, daughter, age 1
Rush, father, age 65
Series: T623 Roll: 1134 Page: 81

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Volney, Oswego County. 334
Seymour, age 40, general farmer, dairy farmer, 134 animals.
Ida, wife, age 38.
Hazel, daughter, age 10
Penniman, Francis, servant, age 60, widow, farm laborer.

• Census: 1920, Town of Volney, Oswego County. INGALLS SEYMOUR 50 M W NY NY OSWEGO VOLNEY 1920
Seymour, age 50, general farmer
Ida, wife, age 47
Hazel, daughter, age 20

• Residence: 1917, Fulton, Oswego, NY. 335

• Living: 1917, Fulton, Town of Volney, Oswego, NY. 336
Ingalls, Seymour (Ida M.) 1 ch farmer (Milk s hay R 115a rd 6 Fulton Volney tn H88 1/8.

Seymour married Ida Schermerhorn. Ida was born circa 1872.

The child from this marriage was:

   119 F    i. Hazel Ingalls was born in 1900.

47. Nellie Mae Ingalls was born on 8 Jun 1873 and died in Oct 1951 in Oneida County, NY at age 78.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U.S., 1930, Vernon, Oneida, New York.
Nellie Stook, 55, widow
Milton, son, 36, divorced, laborer, farm, WW I veteran
Salm, Winifred, 17, granddaughter

Nellie married William Eugene Stook on 23 Feb 1892 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, son of George Adam Stook II and Catherine Waful. William was born on 11 Jan 1847 in Lewis County, New York, died on 6 Dec 1924 in Vernon, Oneida, New York at age 77, and was buried in Verona, Oneida County, NY.337

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Ceremony: 23 Feb 1892, Bridgeport, Connecticut. 338
Married at the residence of Charles Ray Palmer, Clergyman. Witnesses: Edith B. Palmer, Harriet L. Palmer.

Death Notes: Died of cerebral apolixy.

Burial Notes: William Stook, Lot No. 81, Section Two.
Certificate for Perpetual Care.
August 19, 1925.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1870, Florence, Oneida Co., NY. 339
STOOK WILLIAM 23 M W NY NY ONEIDA FLORENCE 1870; post office: Stokes.
William, 23, farmer.
Mary, 23, keeping house.

• Census: U.S., 1900, Vernon, Oneida, New York. William Stook, age 50.
Nellie, wife, age 28, 2 children born, 2 living.
Clara, daughter, born Feb 1879, age 23 (issue of Mary Eckert)
Clayton, son, born Sept. 1882, age 17 issue (of Mary Eckert)
Lulu, daughter, born March 1893, age 7.
Milton, son, born Feb. 1894, age 6.

• Census: U.S., 1910, Vernon, Oneida, New York. 340
Stook, William S., 63, married 20 yrs., dairy farm
Nellie, wife, 40, 2/2 children living
Lula D., daughter, 17
Milton W., son, 16

• Census: U.S., 1920, Vernon, Oneida, New York. 341
William, 67, bookkeeper, printing company
Nellie, wife, 48
Lula, daughter, 27
Milton, son, 26
Emily, daughter-in-law, 20, shipping clerk
Salm, Winifred, granddaughter, 7

Children from this marriage were:

   120 F    i. Lulu Daisy Stook was born on 15 Mar 1893 in Vernon, Oneida, New York, died on 14 Jun 1974 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY at age 81, and was buried in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: 1920, Town of Vernon, Oneida County, NY. Living with parentsat age 27, and daughter, Winifred Salm, age 7.

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 15 Jun 1974, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287 Mrs. Elmer L. Sturtevant
Mrs. Elmer L. Sturtevant, 81,
of 205 St. Peter's Ave., died
Friday at Rome Hospital after a
brief illness.
The former Lulu Ingalls (sic), she
was born on March 15, 1893, in the
Town of Verona, daughter of
William and Nellie Stooks
Ingalls (sic).
She was first married to
Frederick W. Goux on June 10,
1921, in Churchville. He died on
May 10, 1936. She later was
married to Elmer L. Sturtevant
on Oct. 15, 1937 in Pulaski. He
died on Dec. 5, 1956.
Mrs. Sturtevant had resided in
Rome for the past 33 years.
She leaves three sons, Henry F.
Goux, West Covina, Calif.;
Barton W. Goux, Chittenango,
and George L. Goux, Ceritos,
Calif; a brother Milton W.
Stook, Rome; 12 grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren. A
daughter Winifred Vale, died in
1941.
Funeral services will be held at
10:15 a.m. Monday at the Martin
J. Nunn Funeral Home and at 11
a.m. at Transfiguration Church.
Burial will be in St. Peter's
Cemetery.
Calling hours at the funeral
home are 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2
to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.

Rome Daily Sentinel
June 15, 1974

Lulu married Salm.

Lulu next married Frederick W. Goux on 10 Jun 1921 in Churchville, Verona, Oneida, NY. Frederick was born in 1882 and died on 10 May 1936 at age 54.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: federal, 1930, Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 1930 census Lulu and Frederick W. Goux are living in Smithfield, Madison County. He is 48, she is 37. He was born in Germany, farm laborer.
Children: Winifred Salm, 17, daughter (Note: daughter of Lulu and first husband)
Goux children: Henry age 7, Barton age 4 and George 1 1/2.
Visit 69-70. Sisson Road or Sesson Road

Lulu next married Elmer L. Sturtevant on 15 Oct 1937 in Pulaski, NY. Elmer died on 5 Dec 1956.

   121 M    ii. Milton Willis Stook was born on 22 Feb 1894 in Vernon, Oneida, New York, died on 26 Feb 1991 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY at age 97, and was buried in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: WW I 1917-1918 Draft Registration, 5 Jun 1917, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 342
Birth date: 22 Feb 1894
Occupation: chain maker, Oneida Community, Ltd., Sherrill, N.Y.
Single
Age 23

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, 28 Feb 1991, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287
Milton W. Stooks
Milton W. Stooks, 97, 166 Third St., Rome, died Feb. 26,
1991, in Rome Hospital after a long illness.
Born Feb. 22, 1894, in Vernon, N.Y., he was a son of William
"Willis" and Nellie Ingalls Stooks. On June 10, 1934, in Rome,
he married Carmella Colassanti, who died Feb. 18, 1989. He
resided in Rome most of his life.
He was employed by Oneida Silversmiths, General Cable
Corp., Ferguson Auto Electric, Atkins Texaco Gas Station,
and retired from the Oneida County Courthouse in 1986
after several years as a custodian.
He was educated in Vernon schools, was a member of
the U.S. Army in World War I from 1917 to 1919.
He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Robert (Jane)
Bellinger, Floyd; Mrs. Richard (Edna) Winner, San Antonio,
Texas; Norma Chapman, Milford, N.H.; and Carol Goldman,
Rome; two sons, William Stooks, Hampton, Va., and Robert
Stooks, Ravina, N.Y.; 17 grandchildren; 3 great-grand-
children; and several nieces, nephews, brothers and
sisters-in-law.
Burial will be in St. John's Cemetery. Funeral services
will be held from the Griffin & Aldridge Funeral Home
Friday at 10:30. Friends may call at the funeral home one
hour prior to this service.

Milton married Carmella Colasanti on 10 Jun 1934 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY, daughter of Dominick Colasanti and Fortuna Del Vecchio. Carmella was born on 20 Jul 1913, died on 18 Feb 1989 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY at age 75, and was buried in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Divorce: 1930. reported as divorced in 1930 census, living with mother, Nellie Ingalls Stook.

Milton next married Emily <Stook> before 1930.

49. Rush S. Ingalls Jr was born on 9 Jan 1876, died on 7 Nov 1925 in Town of Hamilton, Madison County, NY132,144 at age 49, and was buried in Oneida Castle Cemetery, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1900, Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY.
Living with Warren (age 23) and Bertha M. (age 24) Gilbert, farm owner.
Rush, farm laborer, born Jan. 1877, single, age 23.

• Census: U.S., 1910, Vernon, Oneida, New York. 343
Rush, age 30, track walker, railroad.
Jessie L., wife, 24. Mother of 5 children, 4 still living.
Roline C., daughter, age 5.
Marjory E., daughter, age 3
Rita, daughter, age 2
Leon L., son, age 6 months.
Charity, mother, age 69, mother of 9 children, 8 still living.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Eaton, Madison Co, NY.
INGALLS RUSH 43 M W NY NY MADISON EATON 1920
Morrisville-Pratts Hollow Road, Dairy farmer.

Rush, age 43.
Jessie, wife, age 33.
Ralline, daughter age 14
Margy, daughter, age 12
Reta, daughter, age 11
Leon, son, age 11
Louise, age 11 months.
Charity, mother, age 80, widow.

• Occupation: farm hand West Ave, 1915, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Military: WW I Draft Registration 1917-1918, Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 171
Age 41, DOB: 09 Jan 1876
Farm Laborer, C. B. Marshall, RD #1, Morrisville, NY
Home address: RD #1, Morrisville, Madison, NY
Nearest relative: Jessie Ingalls, wife

• Will: 1925, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 144
Children listed in will
=================
ae 20 Roline Lombardi
ae 18 Marjorie Taynter
ae 17 Reta Ingalls
ae 16 Leon Ingalls
ae 5 Pauline Ingalls
ae 17 mo Leonard Ingalls
ae 2 mo Rush S. Ingalls

Rush married Jessie L. Garlock. Jessie was born from 1886 to 1887, died on 12 Nov 1928 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY3 at age 41, and was buried in Oneida Castle Cemetery, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: Reynolds Block with Leon and Raymond, 1927, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Earlville, 1925. 344

Children from this marriage were:

   122 F    i. Roline C. Ingalls was born in 1905, died on 7 May 1993 at age 88, and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

Roline married Lombardi.

   123 F    ii. Marjorie E. Ingalls was born in 1907 in New York.

Marjorie married Francis R. Taynter in 1924, son of Ira M. Taynter and Luva R. <Tayntor>. Francis was born in May 1902 in Minnesota.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: Minnesota, 7 Jun 1905, Money Creek, Houston Co., MN. 345
Tayntor, Ira M., 36, b NY; res 6 years, 4 months, farm laborer
Luva R., 31, b NY; res 6 years, 4 months.
Herbert E., 10, b NY; res 6 years, 4 months.
George M., 5, b Minn., res 5 years, 11 months.
Francis R., 3; b Minn., res 3 years, 1 month.

• Census: U.S., 1930, Earlville, Madison Co., NY. 346 Village of Earlville, East Main Street

Dwelling 126, vistitation 146:
Tayntor, Francis R.; 27, m at 21, b. Minnesota; father b NY; m b NY; laborer, railroad station.
Marjorie E., 23, m at 17, b. NY; laborer, box factory.

   124 F    iii. Reta Ingalls was born on 10 Jun 1908 and died on 6 May 1993 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY at age 84.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 069-09-3985. 298 RETA INGALLS 10 Jun 1908 06 May 1993 13440 (Rome, Oneida, NY) New York

• Residence: in Reynolds Block, 1927, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

Reta married

   125 M    iv. Leon L. Ingalls was born on 6 Oct 1910 and died on 3 Oct 1988 in Utica, NY at age 77.

Leon married Virginia M. Bombace on 28 Nov 1926 in Chadwicks, NY, daughter of Antonio Bombace and Angeline Falco. Virginia was born on 27 Apr 1919 in Utica, NY, died on 7 Feb 2002 in Utica, NY at age 82, and was buried in Utica, NY.

Burial Notes: Arrangements made by:
Eannace Funeral Home, Inc.
932 South Street (corner of Hammond Ave.)
Utica, NY

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Utica Observer-Dispatch, 9&10 Feb 2002, Utica, NY. 347 Virginia M. Ingalls of Utica
Mrs. Virginia M. (Bombace) Ingalls, age 82, of Utica, passed away on Thursday, February 8, 2002 at St. Luke's Memorial Hospital Center; her family was by her side at the time of her passing. There will be no public visitation. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a Mass of Resurrection for Mrs. Ingalls; the Mass will be celebrated on Monday morning at 11:00 at the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary. The family will receive visitors at the conclusion of the service. By family request, please omit floral offerings. For those wishing to do so, please consider memorial contributions in Virginia's honor to the Virginia Ingalls Fund at Our Lady of the Rosary to be used for appropriate charitable purposes. Envelopes will be available at the service. Arrangements have been entrusted to The Eannace Funeral Home, Inc., 932 South St., corner of Hammond Ave. A complete obituary will follow. 2/9/2002


Virginia M. Ingalls of Utica
Mrs. Virginia M. (Bombace) Ingalls, age 82, of Utica, passed away on Thursday, February 7, 2002, at St. Luke's Memorial Hospital Center; her family was by her side at the time of her passing. Born in Utica on April 27, 1919, Virginia was the daughter of the late Antonio and Angeline (Falco) Bombace. She was raised and educated in Sauquoit. It was in Chadwicks on November 28, 1936, that she married Leon L. Ingalls with whom she shared a union of almost 52 years prior to Leon's passing in 1988. Together they nurtured their relationship and their family life upon their mutual dedication and commitment. Mrs. Ingalls was a conscientious employee of several local firms during the course of her working career. She worked as a machine operator at G.E.'s Kent Street facility. She later held the same position at Utica Knit #6. For a time, she was also employed as a sales clerk at various stores throughout the local area. Ever deeply concerned for her loved ones, Virginia will always be remembered as a loving and devoted mother and grandmother. At one time, she was a member of St. Joseph's and St. Patrick's Church where she belonged to the Altar Rosary Society. More recently, she has been a communicant of the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary. She was also active in the West Utica Senior Center. Mrs. Ingalls is survived by two daughters and a son-in-law, Joanne M. Bick-Barter and her husband, Bertram, of Sauquoit, and Jessie Fiorini, of Whitesboro; a son and daughter-in-law, Leon A. and Jean (Schreck) Ingalls, of Canajoharie; 13 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by a sister and brother-in-law, Angeline and Larry Boak, of Holland Patent and Florida; a brother and sister-in-law, James and Florence Bombace, of N.Y. Mills; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins. Additional surviving family members include a stepbrother and two stepsisters and their respective families, Frank and Eleanor Tucciarone, Francesca and Fortunato Zampaglione, and Anne Marie Tucciarone. Virginia was predeceased by two brothers, John and Fred Bombace; a sister, Rose Bombace; two sons-in-law, Edward J. Bick and Raymond H. Fiorini; her stepmother, Maria (Bombace) Tucciarone; and a stepbrother, Angelo Tucciarone, who passed away just earlier this month on February 3, 2002. The family extends its sincere appreciation to Father Felix Colosimo for his friendship and for his prayers; to Virginia's physicians, Dr. Thomas John, Dr. James Kohan and Dr. Sidney Blatt; and to Nurse Practitioner, Barbara DeBlais. Thanks also to the nurses and staff of the 5th and 6th floors of St. Luke's Memorial Hospital Center and to the personnel of the Charles T. Sitrin Rehab Center. There will be no public visitation. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a Mass of Resurrection for Mrs. Ingalls; the Mass will be celebrated on Monday morning at 11:00 at the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary. The family will receive visitors at the conclusion of the service. By family request, please omit floral offerings. For those wishing to do so, please consider contributions in Virginia's honor to the Virginia Ingalls Memorial Fund at Our Lady of the Rosary to be used for appropriate charitable purposes. Envelopes will be available at the service. Interment will take place in Mt. Olivet Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Eannace Funeral Home, Inc., 932 South St., corner of Hammond Ave. 2/10/2002

   126 F    v. Goldie J. Ingalls was born on 27 Mar 1916 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York,348 died on 27 Mar 1916 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York,254,349 and was buried on 1 Apr 1916 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Birth Notes: Father: Rush Ingalls
Occuption: Laborer
Birthplace: Vernon, N.Y.

Mother Maiden Name: Jessie Garlock
Birthplace: Vernon, N.Y>
Occupation: Housewife

Number of children born to this mother, including present birth: 5.
Number of Children of this mother now living: 5

Born alive at 5:30 a.m. G. M. Lewis, M.D., March 27, 1916.
Preventive for ophthalmia neonatorum: Basic acid.

Death Notes: Died at 6:30 a.m. of Inanitian. Contributory: Born before complition (sic) of full term gestation.
G. M. Lewis, M.D., March 28, 1916

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

   127 F    vi. Louisa Elizabeth Ingalls was born in 1919, died in Town of Eaton, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

   128 F    vii. Pauline Ingalls was born in 1920.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U.S., 1930, Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY.
Pauline Ingalls, age 10, living in Stockbridge with Emory Snell and wife Lillie.

   129 F    viii. Betty Ruth Ingalls was born on 23 Jun 1921, died on 8 Jul 1921 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY,3 and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Lot 40, sec C

   130 F    ix. Reba Clara Ingalls was born in Jul 1922, died on 29 Aug 1923 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY350 at age 1, and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

   131 M    x. Leonard L. Ingalls was born in 1923.144

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Utica, NY.

• Residence: Reynolds Block - Oneida, NY, 1927, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

   132 M    xi. Lloyd Ingalls was born in Jun 1924, died on 9 Jun 1926 at age 2, and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

   133 M    xii. Rush S. Ingalls III was born on 4 Sep 1925 in Hamilton, Madison Co., NY, died on 7 Nov 1982 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY at age 57, and was buried on 10 Nov 1982 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 112-14-8784. Rush Ingalls
SSN 112-14-8784 Residence: 13162 Verona Beach, Oneida, NY
Born 4 Sep 1925 Last Benefit:
Died Nov 1982 Issued: NY (Before 1950)

• Occupation: employee of General Cable, Between 1957 and 1982, Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Occupation: employee of Smith-Lee Co, 1948.

• Occupation: painter, 1954, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 221 Stoddard, 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 237 Linden, Between 1950 and 1957, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 351 Stone Rd, 1957.

• Residence: 15 years, Verona Beach, NY.

• News Item: Fast Chase Ends with Man's Arrest, 9 Oct 1950, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 313 ONEIDA--Rush Ingalls, 237
Linden st., was arrested early
Sunday morning by Oneida Police
on charge of leaving the scene
of an accident and driving with
switched license plates.
...
The deputy chief said Ingalls at
first denied leaving the scene of
an accident, but later confessed he
had. He said he tried to elude the
officers as he was driving with
license plates not issued for the
car.
Ingalls was committed to the
city jail and it is expected he will
be arraigned in city court Tuesday.

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 8 Nov 1982, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 287 RUSH S. INGALLS
VERONA BEACH--Rush S. Ingalls, 57, of Osgood Avenue, died Sunday evening in Oneida City Hospital following a brief illness.
He was born in Hamilton on Sept. 4, 1925, the son of Rush and Jennie Garlock Ingalls Sr.
A resident of Verona Beach for 15 years, he married Evelyn Clark in Oneida Castle on July 12, 1947.
Mr. Ingalls was employed with General Cable of Rome. He was of the Protestant faith.
Surviving besides his wife are two daughters Patricia Ingalls and Mrs. Louis (Sarah) Roache, both of Verona Beach; one brother, Leon Ingalls of Utica; two sisters, Rita Ingalls and Rolene Ingalls, both of Utica; seven grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Campbell-
Dean Funeral Home, Oneida. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery,
Oneida.
Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday.

Oneida Dispatch, November 8, 1982:
INGALLS
Funeral services for Rush S. Ingalls will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday from the
Campbell-Dean Funeral Home Inc., 260 Main St., Oneida, with the Rev. Bruce
S. Barden officiating. Interment will be made in Glenwood Cemetery(sic*). Friends may call at the funeral home 2-4 and 7-9p.m. Tuesday.

(Note: * Burial was in Oneida Castle Cemetery)

Rush married Evelyn Clark on 12 Jul 1947 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY, daughter of Charles Clark and Marjorie Phillips.

   134 M    xiii. Herbert W. Ingalls died on 15 Mar 1918 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY351 and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

50. Mary L. Ingalls was born in 1879, died on 19 Apr 19493 at age 70, and was buried on 19 Apr 1949 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 28

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: Jan 1925, Kirkville, NY. Obituary of Charity Ingalls

Mary married William H. Stook Jr. in 1896, son of William Eugene Stook and Mary Eckert. William was born in Aug 1874.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U. S., 1900, Vernon, Oneida, New York. Living nearby father, William Stook, and Mary Ingalls sister, Nellie, and mother Charity and sister Huldah.

William H. Stook, born August 1874, age 25, r.r. worker.
Mary, wife, born September 1875, age 20.
Muriel W., son, born May 1899, age 2.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Manlius, Onondaga Co., NY. 352
Stooks, Willis H., 45, laborer
Mary L., wife, 40
Harold E., son, 15

• Census: U.S., 1930, Manlius, Onondaga Co., NY. 353
William H., 55, moulder, boiler factory, married at 22 yrs of age
Mary L., 50, wife, married at 17 yrs of age
Harold E., son, 25, single, gear cutter, gear factory

Children from this marriage were:

   135 M    i. Muriel W. Stook was born in May 1899.

He never married and had no children

   136 M    ii. Harold E. Stook was born on 5 Jul 1904 and died in Sep 1977 in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY at age 73.

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 105-03-2833, Bef 1951. Harold Stook SSN: 105-03-2833 Last Residence: 13037 Chittenango, Madison, New York, United States of America Born: 5 Jul 1904 Died: Sep 1977 State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951 )

53. Lewis (Louis) Erwin Ingalls was born on 9 Sep 1857 in Lenox, Madison County, NY,2 died on 24 Feb 1920 in Arch Creek, FL151 at age 62, and was buried on 11 Jul 1920 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25 (Ingles)

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: farmer, Between 1915 and 1922, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Residence: Forest Ave, 1915, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Arch Creek, Florida, 1920. 92 (temporary work assignment)

• Residence: 1922, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62 The Directory must have been typeset before his death.

• Obituary: 27 Feb 1920, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 354 KILLED IN FLORIDA.
Louis Ingalls of Wampsville Fatally Injured in Explosion.

News was received here on Wednesday that Louis Ingalls of Wampsville had died at Arch Creek, Fla., from injuries received in a dynamite explosion. No particulars were given except that he lived 24 hours after the accident.
Mr. Ingalls had spent most of his life at Wampsville, but during the past year occupied his farm in the first ward of Oneida. He was 62 years of age and leaves his wife and two children, E. M. Ingalls and Mrs. J. W. Heslin, both of Wampsville, and one sister, Miss Marion Ingalls, search clerk in the county clerk's office. Mr. Ingalls was highly respected and his death comes as a great shock to his friends.

(Note: family members said he was killed using dynamite while fishing.)

• Will: 1920, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 151

• Probate: 20 Mar 1920, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 151
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Personalty $3079
Realty $5000 Farm $3500 & House & Lot at Wampsville $1500
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• Census: U.S., 1910, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 149
Court Street, Village of Wampsville
Ingles, Louis, 52, married 21 yrs., farm laborer, working out
Mary, wife, 49, 2/2 children
Erwin, son, 23, retail merchant, local

Lewis married Mary Southard on 1 Dec 1881 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.62 Mary was born in 1860, died on 19 Apr 1949 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY3 at age 89, and was buried on 19 Apr 1949 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Noted events in her life were:

• resided: with her daughter and son-in-law, Jan 1920, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. Court St.

• resided: 1922, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. Directories of Oneida, Wampsville, Durhamville, and Sherrill New York, 1922.
Mrs. Mary Ingalls, Wampsville.

• Residence: S Court St, Wampsville, Between 1935 and 1948, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

Children from this marriage were:

   137 F    i. Mernie Olive Ingalls was born on 18 Oct 1884 and died in 1952 at age 68.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: Court, 1939, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

Mernie married J. Wesley Heslin. J. died before 1939.62

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: General Merchandise, Court, 1915, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Occupation: Farmer, Between 1919 and 1933, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: Genesee near W.S. R. R., Between 1915 and 1933, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
Genesee St.:
Heslin, Wesley, J., 42
Mernie O., 34
(Inserted on next page of census):
Ingalls, Mary, mother-in-law, 60, servant, house.

   138 M    ii. Erwin Lewis Ingalls was born on 2 Jul 1886 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY, died on 11 Jul 19623 at age 76, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 28

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Court, 1915, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

• News Item: Postmaster Ingalls Resigns His Position, 1 Oct 1911, Syracuse, New York. 355 Wampsville, Sept. 30 - E. L. Ingalls has resigned as postmaster, his resignation having been forwarded some days since. Just who his successor will be remains to be seen. H. C. Millett, who has been Mr. Ingalls's deputy for some time, has asked for the appointment and friends of Miss Lottie Coe are working to secure the appointment for her.
The Democratic district caucaus will be held at Smith hall, this village, Monday evening.

• News Item: 104 Genesee cor Court, 1939, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62,81
Oneida Union
March 23, 1939
Century-Old Wampsville Mansion
(caption) The Erwin L. Ingalls home in Wampsville was built one hundred years ago and patterned after a southern mansion. Note two of the four chimneys which connect with eight fireplaces.

by "Bill" Dempsey

One hundred years ago the Erwin L. Ingalls home in Wampsville was built by Jesse Hollister for Herman Ward. Mr. Ward, a wealthy man from New York city, had the plan of the house modeled after a house he saw on a trip down south. He never lived in it. Mrs. Ward died in the southland and Mr. Ward never returned.

The building, which is located on Route 5, at the intersection of Court House road, has had several owners. Among the owners was mayor McConnell, the first mayor of Wampsville. Mr. Ingalls purchased the home from Mr. McConnnell in 1917 and has lived in it since that time.

The Building is very simple in design. This very fact, coupled with its large size, gives the structure, especially the interior, an aristocratic and dignified atmosphere. Each of the two floors are divided equally into four large rooms, with a fireplace, or previsions for one, in each room. A few ornate designs, sparingly and judiciously placed, emphasize a dignity resulting only from unstinted size.

It was during Mr. McConnell's ownership that, what is believed to have been the largest funeral in Madison County, was held from the front lawn.

August 2, 1863, was a perfect day for the open-air funeral of Captain Harrison Frank of the 157th Regiment, New York Volunteers, who was killed in battle at Gettysburg July 1. Eight trainloads of friends, mourners and Government solders came from Utica, Rome and other places to attend the funeral. The Canastota Brass Band was there. Most of the estimated 5,000 attending the funeral were Masons and their families. Captain Frank was the second master of the Canastota Lodge and the recognized representative of the Grand Lodge in Central New York.

• Military: World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, 5 Jun 1918, Madison County, NY. 356 Name: Erwin Lewis Ingalls
BirthPlace: Stockbridge, New York
Birth Date: 02 Jul 1886
Roll: 1753842
DraftBoard: 1
wife and 2 children

• Census: U.S., 1920, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 357 Genesee Street, dwelling 49, visitation 52
Erwin Ingalls 33, dairy farmer
Ruth M Ingalls 35
Arthur Ingalls 8
Howard Ingalls 5

• Census: U.S., 1930, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 358 Genesee Street, Dwelling 22, visitation 22:
Age at First Marriage: Erwin (23), Ruth S. (27)
Erwin L Ingalls 43, farmer, own farm
Ruth S Ingalls 47, b. New York, father born Northern Ireland, mother born England
Arthur E Ingalls 18
Howard S Ingalls 15

• Occupation: farmer on Seneca St Wampsville, 1917, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 185

• Occupation: farmer, Between 1919 and 1945, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

• Occupation: employed as state highway commissioner, Between 1939 and 1948, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 62

Erwin married Ruth Smith, daughter of William J. Smith and Elizabeth Dawson Goakes. Ruth was born in 1883 in New York, died on 24 Feb 19623 at age 79, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Death Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 28

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 28

58. Harrison Rouse Ingalls was born on 20 Feb 1868 in New York,158 died on 16 Sep 1919 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY3,162 at age 51, and was buried on 19 Sep 1919 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 39

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 359
Residence 173, Visitation 177:
Harrison R., age 32, b. Feb. 1868, m. 3 years, farmer
Jennie M., age 33, b. Feb. 1867
Beatrice K., age 9 months, b. Aug. 1899

• Census: U. S., 1910, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 360
Ingalls, Harrison, age 42, m. 14 yrs, farmer
Jennie, wife, age 43
Beatrice, daughter, age 10

• Occupation: Farmer, Between 1901 and 1919.

• Residence: 66 Glenwood Ave, 1st ward, Oneida, NY, Between 1901 and 1919, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 156 Listed - Harrison, George F.

• Obituary: 19 Sep 1919, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 361,362 Oneida Dispatch
September 19, 1919

Harrison R. Ingalls

Harrison R. Ingalls, a well known prominent farmer of the First Ward, died at his home on West Avenue at 6:30 Tuesday night, following a series of severe shocks, the first of which occurred a year and a half ago and the last one last week. He had been unconscious since last Friday. Mr. Ingalls is survived by his wife; one daughter, Beatrice, who had just entered Syracuse University; two brothers, Merton of Syracuse, and Jay of Lincoln; and four sisters, Mrs. Clarence Knight of Lincoln, Mrs. Frank Ingalls and Mrs. Maude Brown, widow of George Brown, both of Oneida, and Mrs. Anna Marcy of Syracuse.
Mr. Ingalls married Miss Jennie Parker, and spent all of his active life on the farm where he died. In politics he was a Republican, and for several years he took a prominent part in public affairs. The funeral will be held at the house at 2:30 this afternoon with burial in
Glenwood cemetery. Rev. Mr. Purdy will officiate.

Date: Monday, August 23, 1999 transcribed by Douglas J. Ingalls


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Harrison R. Ingalls
Harrison R. Ingalls, a well
known prominent farmer of the First
Ward, died at his home on West Ave-
nue at 6:30 Tuesday night, following a
series of severe shocks, the first of
which occurred a year and a half ago
and the last one last week. He had
been unconscious since last Friday,
Mr. Ingalls is survived by his wife;
one daughter, Beatrice, who had just
entered Syracuse University; two
brothers, Merton of Syracuse, and Jay
of Lincoln; and four sisters. Mrs. Clar-
ence Knight of Lincoln, Mrs. Frank
Ingalls and Mrs. Maude Brown, wid-
dow of George Brown, both of Oneida,
and Mrs. Anna Marcy of Syracuse.
Mr. Ingalls married Miss Jennie Park-
er. and spent all of his active life on
the farm where he died. In politics
he was a Republican, and for several
years he took a prominent part in pub-
lic affairs. The funeral will be held at
the house at 2:30 this afternoon with
burial in Glenwood cemetery. Rev.
Mr. Purdy will Officiate.

19 September 1919
Oneida Daily Post
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• Probate: 25 Aug 1920, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 363
==================
Personalty $12,263.63
Jennie Ingalls 1/3
Beatrice Ingalls 2/3
==================

Harrison married Jennie M. Parker before 1899, daughter of Thomas P. Parker and Hettie Haskin. Jennie was born in Feb 1867 in Oneida, New York and was buried on 18 Apr 1947 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 39

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: West Ave, Between 1919 and 1945, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Biography: Thomas P. Parker, 1894, Madison County, NY. 364
THOMAS P. PARKER, deceased. The memoir of this estimable man is furnished, as a mark of filial love, by his daughter Jennie. He was born in Stockbridge, Madison County, N.Y., in 1827. His long line of ancestors date farther back than the Revolutionary War, and were early colonists in Connecticut. His great-grand- father was Gamaliel Parker, a patriot soldier; and his grandfather, Joel Parker, was reared and married in Connecticut, where he lived until the winter of 1804-5, emigrating then to New York State, accompanied by his wife and infant son. The journey was made over-land with oxen and sled, and all their household effects were brought with them. He settled in what is now the town of Stockbridge, and it is said that there were only two white families in the vicinity at that time. Mr. Parker bought a tract of timbered land, and commenced at once to fell trees and lay out a farm. On the edge of this clearing he built his little log cabin; and, surrounded with the primeval forest, whose silence was only broken by the stealthy tread of the prowling Indian or the scaring cry of the panther, the young husband and wife started their new home. Those pioneer women must indeed have had strong nerves and a still stronger faith.
After residing on this place for many years, they sold it, and removed to Georgetown, Madison County, where they bought a farm, and resided there until the death of Mr. Parker, at the age of seventy-two years. The maiden name of his wife, who was from New Haven, Conn., was Alba Cinda Bunnel. She lived to be eighty-seven years old, having reared ten of her fourteen children.
Chester G. Parker, the father of the subject of our present sketch, was the eldest child of this pioneer couple, and was but a few months old when he was brought to New York State, having been born in 1804. His childhood days were the very rough ones of pioneer life, his only playmates the stolid little Indians, who looked on the white child as something almost supernatural. When old enough to learn a trade, he adopted that of carpenter, and followed it for a time. He then went to Stockbridge to reside, and married Miss Electa Park, who was born in Smithfield, Madison County, daughter of Barney and Fanny (Hiscock) Park, natives of Connecticut and pioneers of Smithfield. A few years after his marriage Mr. Parker went to Cicero, Onondaga County, and there followed the trade of cooper and did some farming for ten years. He returned to Stockbridge in 1838, and in 1848 bought twenty-two acres of land in the town of Lenox, adding to it from time to time, and lived there until his death, October 12, 1881. Seven children were reared by them--Franklin E., Fanny L., Thomas P., Ruth A., Betsey E., George W., Harriet F. The mother died July 9, 1883.
Thomas P. Parker, the second son of Chester G. and Electa (Park) Parker, followed general farming and hop-raising. He married Miss Hettie Haskin, who was born in Sullivan, Madison County, where her father gave her such opportunities as offered of acquiring a good education. After marriage her husband bought a farm in the town of Lenox, two and one-half miles south of the village of Oneida. On this he erected substantial frame buildings, improved the place greatly, and resided there for the rest of his life. He died in 1877, at the age of forty-nine years. His wife survived him sixteen years, dying May 20, 1893, aged fifty-seven. They had buried two sons, Jay A. and Frank H. The family were members of the Methodist church, and the father was a Republican in politics.
Miss Jennie M. Parker, daughter of Thomas and Hettie (Haskin) Parker, was born on her father's farm in Lenox, and here continues to make her home. Her maternal great-grandparents were Paul and Patience (Tripp) Gifford. They came from Massachusetts with her maternal grandparents, Daniel A. Haskin and Anna R. (Gifford) Haskin, in 1828. They travelled via the Long Island Sound, Hudson River, and Erie Canal, settling first in Sullivan, before there was any Oneida Village and when there were but very few log houses at Oneida Castle. They were possessed of considerable means when they came to this part of the county, which they did not fail to increase by judicious investments. The great-grandmother died in her ninety-fifth year, in July, 1877, in Massachusetts, having buried her husband some years before. Grandfather Haskin died August 16, 1889, aged eighty-four. The farm on which Miss Parker lives comprises twenty-four acres, eight of which are devoted to hop-raising--a branch of husbandry which has been carried on by the family for some years. She maintains the place in excellent order, and her beautiful home and pleasant surroundings are as attractive as any in the town. Finely educated both in literature and music, Miss Parker fills her place in society with grace and dignity, and gives good evidence in her daily life of the eminent lineage of which she may well be proud.

• Land: 1937, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 365
Ingalls, Mrs. HR
Map location: 4 miles S of Oneida, house #48, map road V
RD 1, Oneida
General farm: owner

• Census: U.S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 290 farm, West Rd., dwelling 122, visit 128:
Ingalls, Jennie M., 52, widow
Parker, Bessie E., aunt, 73, single
Beatrice K., daughter, 20

The child from this marriage was:

   139 F    i. Dr. Beatrice Kilmer Ingalls was born on 24 Aug 1899 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, died on 27 Jan 1982 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY366 at age 82, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 39

Noted events in her life were:

• Misc: student, Between 1909 and 1922, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: on West Road, Oneida, NY, Between 1909 and 1982. Oneida-Canastota Directories

• Degree: Syracuse University, B.A. cum laude, Jun 1921, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 367 Oneida Dispatch
June 17, 1921
NINE ONEIDANS
GRADUATE FROM
SYRACUSE UNIV.
THREE GET HIGHEST HONORS
OF CUM LAUDE
All Graduates of Oneida High School--Two Become Doctors of Medicine and
One a Lawyer--The list.
Nine Oneida young people are numbered among the graduates of Syracuse University this week, three of them graduating with the highest honors of cum laude. Those who received the degree of Bachelor of Arts with their honor mark are Miss Beatrice Kilmer Ingalls ....

• Occupation: Teacher at Warner, NY, Sep 1921. 368 WEST AVENUE
West Avenue, Aug. 18--Miss Beatrice Ingalls returned Wednesday evening from a month's trip and visit with her college friends. She spent some time at Magnolia Springs with a house party and at Sherman, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Angola, Casadaga and Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Ingalls will teach in Warner this year.

• Occupation: Teacher at Brockport, Between 1927 and 1957, Brockport, NY. 62

• Graduation: Radcliffe University, M.A. Degree.

• Graduation: Radcliffe University, PhD degree.

• Cremation: Waterville, NY.

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 28 Jan 1982, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 366 BEATRICE K. INGALLS

ONEIDA.- Dr. Beatrice
K. Ingalls, 82, of West Road,
Oneida, died Wednesday
morning in St. Joseph's
Hospital, Syracuse,
where she had been a medical
patient for the past four weeks.
Born Aug. 24, 1899, in
Oneida, she was the
daughter of Harrison and
Jennie Parker Ingalls.
Dr. Ingalls, before her
retirement, was a professor
of English at SUNY-
Brockport and SUNY-
Cortland for more than 25
years. She also taught at
other universities.
She received her
bachelor's degree from
Syracuse University, her
master's from Radcliffe
College and her doctorate of
philsophy and English
literature from Radcliffe.
Before entering her
professional education
and following her career in
university educational in-
struction, Dr. Ingalls
resided at the family home
in Oneida. She was a
member of St. John's
Episcopal Church.
Surviving are several
cousins. (See Death Notice)

INGALLS
Funeral services for Dr.
Beatrice K. Ingalls of
Oneida will be held at 11
a.m. Saturday from St.
John's Episcopal Church,
Main Street, Oneida, where
the Requiem Eucharist will
be offered by the Rev.
Gerald A. Ash, rector.
Interment will be made in
the family plot at Glenwood
Cemetery, following
cremation at Waterville.
Friends may call at the
Campbell-Dean Funeral
Home Inc., 260 Main St.,
Friday. For those wishing,
expressions of sympathy
may be made in the form of
contributions to the
Memorial Fund of St. John's
Church. Envelopes for this
fund may be obtained at the
funeral home.

59. Jennie Ingalls was born on 15 Dec 1869 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY,158 died on 30 Mar 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY163 at age 70, and was buried on 2 Apr 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Birth Notes: Based on death certificate ae 70y 3mo 15d

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25

General Notes: SOUR @S0@

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: domestic Mulberrry, Oneida, NY, 1887, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62 1887-1888

• Occupation: dressmaker, Oneida, NY, 1892, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 15 Sands, Oneida, NY, 1892, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 288
Residence: 257
Visitation: 262
Born: unreadable
Married: 3 years
No occupation.

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 2 Apr 1940, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 293
MRS. JENNIE INGALLS
DIES IN ONEIDA HOME

Mrs. Jennie Ingalls, wife of
Frank Ingalls, Fairview Avenue,
farmer, died Saturday after a long
illness. She was 70.
She was a life long resident of
this city. Mrs. Ingalls' name was
not changed by marriage. Her
parents were Luther Ingalls and
Margaret Rouse Ingalls.
Surviving are her husband, two
daughters, Mrs. Fenton Hood and
Mrs. Eugene Gillett, both of Onei-
da; one son, Leland, Syracuse;
two sisters, Mrs. Clarence Knight,
Oneida, and Mrs. Anna Cheesman,
Syracuse; one brother, Jay In-
galls, Oneida.
The funderal will be conducted in
the home at 2 p. m. tomorrow by
Rev. Lee A. Howe, Baptist pas-
tor. Burial will be in Glenwood
Cemetery by C. Fred Campbell.

Oneida Dispatch
April 2, 1940

• Funeral: at Fairview Avenue home, 2 Apr 1940, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 294
In Memory of
JENNIE INGALLS
Born Dec. 15, 1869
Oneida, New York

Passed Away March 30, 1940
Oneida, New York
Services Held at Home
Fairview Ave.
2 P. M. April 2, 1940
REV. LEE A. HOWE
Oneida Baptist Church
Officiating

BEARERS
Jay L. Bridge John Terrell
Donald Stewart Frank Matteo

Final Resting Place
GLENWOOD CEMETARY
Oneida, New York

DTH 006

Note pall bearers: In 1930 Donald Stewart lived next door to Beatrice Ingalls on Fairview Ave. Jay Bridge lived a couple of houses down on Fairview.

Jennie married George Frank Ingalls in 1897 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, son of Rush Ingalls and Charity Eliza Adle. George was born on 20 Nov 1863 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 10 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY136 at age 84, and was buried on 13 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Noted events in his life were:

• AKA: Frank Ingalls.

• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Age 3

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 288
Frank Ingalls
Residence: 257
Visitation: 262
Born; Nov. 1866
Married: 3 years
Occupation: Farm Laborer

• Census: U.S., 1910, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 289
Frank (Ingales (sic), age 39, farm labor
Jennie, wife, 37
Ruth, daughter, 7
Constance, daughter, 5
Leland, son, 2
Maud Ingalls, sister of Jennie Ingalls, 38, seamstress

• Census: U.S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 290 farm, West Rd., dwelling 121, visit 127
Ingalls, Frank, 52, laborer, coal yard
Jennie, wife, 53
Ruth M., daughter, 17
Constance L., dughter, 14, attending school
Leland, son, 12, attending school

(farm next to Jennie and Beatrice Ingalls)

• Census: U.S., 1930, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 291
6 State Street, Vernon Township, Oneida Castle Village, Oneida Co, NY
Household 74, visitation 88
G Frank Ingles 62, tenant, age at marriage 30 years, teamster
Jennie Ingles 60, married at 28 years
Fenton S Hood 24, age at marriage 23, father b Illinois, mother b NY, electrician
Constance L Hood 23, age at marriage 22

• Occupation: farmer Glenwood av, Oneida, NY, 1901. 62

• Occupation: farmer - West Av, Oneida, NY, Between 1905 and 1915, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Occupation: farmer 3 ch T 2h 18c R1, 1917, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 185

• Occupation: farmer - Middle Road, Oneida, NY, 1919, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Occupation: teamster M J Farley & Son, Between 1922 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 62

• Occupation: retired farmer, Between 1937 and 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 6 State, Oneida Castle, NY, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Fenton S. Hood, Oneida, NY, 1937, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: 234 Lexington av, Oneida, NY, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Fairview Ave, Oneida, NY, Between 1941 and 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Obituary: 11 Aug 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. G. Frank Ingalls, a retired farmer, died last evening at the home of his daughter Mrs. Constance Hood, Fairview Ave. Survivors include another daughter Ruth Gillett, a son F. Leland of Syracuse, three sisters, Mrs. Mary Stook and Mrs. Hilda Terwillinger both of Chittenango and Mrs. Nell Seymour Ingalls, Chittenango.

Oneida, NY

• Funeral: at Campbell's Funeral Home, 13 Aug 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 292
In Memory
of
G. Frank Ingalls
----
Born
Town of Lenox, N. Y.
Nov. 21, 1863
----
Passed Away
at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Hood
Oneida, N. Y.
Aug. 10, 1948
----
Final Resting Place
Glenwood Cemetery
Oneida, N. Y.

Services Conducted
from
Campbell's Funeral Home
2 p. m. Aug. 13, 1948
----
Rev. Lee A. Howe, Jr.
Pastor of
First Baptist Church
Oneida, N. Y.
Officiating
----
Bearers
Jay Bridge
Donald Stewart
Frank Erdige
Herman Eldred

Campbell's Funeral Service,
Inc.
Oneida, N. Y.

Comfort
There is a day
Of sunny rest
For every dark and
Troubled night
And grief may bide
An evening quest
But joy shall come
With morning light

For God hath marked
Each sorrowing day
And numbered every
Secret tear
And Heaven's long age
Of bliss shall pay
For all His children
Suffer here
William Cullen Bryant

Note re pall bearers: In 1930 Donald Stewart lived next door to Beatrice Ingalls on Fairview Ave. Jay Bridge lived a couple of houses down on Fairview.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 42)

60. Anna B. Ingalls was born in 1872.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: domestic 39 Stone, 1894, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Mt Pleasant Ave, 1901, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: 39 Stone, 1894, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Census: U. S., 1920, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 369
809 Montgomery Street:
Marcy, Anna, head, age 38, widow, clerk, dept. store
Lysle, son, age 15

• Census: U.S., 1930, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 370
809 Montgomery Street.
Louis Chestman, age 50, age at 1st marriage, 21, tool & dye maker.
Anna, wife, 48, age at 1st marriage, 21
Lyle Marcy, step-son, 25, single, auditor, bank

Anna married Joseph B. Marcy in 1904. Joseph was born in 1871 and died before 1920.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U. S., 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.
Montgomery St, 616 1/2:
Marcy, Joseph, head, age 39, m. 6 years, motorman, electric railroad
Anna, wife, age 33
Lysle, son, age 5
Ingalls, Lulu, sister-in-law, age 26, single, book keeper, upholstering co.

The child from this marriage was:

   140 M    i. Lysle Marcy was born on 11 Nov 1904 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY and died in Oct 1977 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY298 at age 72.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 26 Nov 1904. 298

• Social Security Number: 074-09-7587.

• Occupation: Peoples' Ice Co., 11 Nov 1936.

• Residence: 1614 S. State St., 1936, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Lysle married Eleanor Lenardowski on 15 May 1938 in Greece, Monroe County, NY, daughter of Roman Lenardowski and Lena Kelley. Eleanor was born on 24 Nov 1914 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY and died in Apr 1981 in Syracuse, New York at age 66.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U. S., 1920, Syracuse, New York. 371 1920 Syracuse Ward 7, New York

1241 West Beldan Ave.
Household 27, visitation 54
Roman Lenandoski 47, b Poland, immigration 1887 (1881?); naturalized 1894; cigar maker, cigar factory
Lena Lenandoski 45; wife, b Ohio, father b West Prussia, mother b West Prussia
Theresa Lenandoski 22, b NY, operator, factory
Irene Lenandoski 20, b NY, operator, factory
Leonard Lenandoski 19, b NY, machinist, shop
Edward Lenandoski 13, b NY
Eleanor Lenandoski 5, b NY

• Social Security Number: 074-09-7545, 1951. Eleanore Marcy
Last Residence: 13205 Syracuse, Onondaga, New York
Born: 24 Nov 1914
Last Benefit: 13205 Syracuse, Onondaga, New York, United States of America
Died: Apr 1981
Issued: New York (Before 1951 )

Anna next married Louis Chestman between 1920 and 1930.

61. Jay Ingalls was born on 21 Feb 1874 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, died on 25 Jul 19483 at age 74, and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section W, Lot 71

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Mt Pleasant Ave, 1901, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Occupation: farmer, Between 1905 and 1909, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Occupation: farmer, 1915, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Census: U. S., 1910, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.
Vistiation 171, residence 209
Jay, head, age 37, m. 6 years, farmer
Blance, wife, age 30
Amos, son, age 11
Doris, daughter, age 3

• Census: U.S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 372
Chapel St., dweling 152, visit 179:
Ingalls, Jay, 45, farmer
Blanche, wife, 39
Amos L., son, 21
Doris C., daughter, 13

• Residence: Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: West av, Between 1905 and 1909, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Union Rd, Between 1915 and 1948, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Military: World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record, 17 Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 171
Jay Ingalls
Kenwood, Madison, NY
Age: 44
Birth: Feb 21 1874
Farmer, Kenwood, NY
Nearest relative: Blanche Ingalls, Kenwood, NY

Jay married Blanche Mary Thurston on 16 Jun 1912 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.,164 daughter of George Thurston and Minnie A. Cramer. Blanche was born on 28 Dec 1880 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY, died on 1 Nov 19733 at age 92, and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section W, Lot #71

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 079-09-0106. 298 BLANCHE INGALLS 28 Dec 1880 Nov 1973 13421 (Oneida, Madison, NY) (none specified) 079-09-0106 New York

• Occupation: emp O C L, Between 1927 and 1954. 62

• Residence: Kenwood, NY.

• Residence: Union Rd RD1, Between 1933 and 1972, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, 1973, Rome, Oneida Co., NY.
Ingalls Blanche T Nov 1, 1973
Father: Thurston Charles
Mother: Craner (sic) Minnie
Spouse: Ingalls Jerry (sic) 1 survivor

Children from this marriage were:

   141 M    i. Amos Lynn J. Ingalls was born on 27 Jan 1898 in New York373 and died on 8 Oct 1957 in Dallas, Texas at age 59.

Death Notes: Name : Amos Larry Ingalls
Death date : 08 Oct 1957
Death place : Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Birth date : 01 Jan 1898
Birth place : New York
Age at death : 59 years 8 months 27 days
Gender : Male
Marital status : Married
Race or color : White
Spouse name :
Father name : Jay Ingalls
Mother name : Blanche Thurston
Digital GS number : 4163619
Image number : 1606
Collection : Texas Deaths, 1890-1976

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: worker in Texas, Between 1927 and 1928. 62

• Occupation: student, Between 1915 and 1922. 62

• Residence: Kenwood Heights, Between 1915 and 1922, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: on Chapel av, Kenwood, Between 1927 and 1928. 62

• Military: WW I Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 171 Ingalls, Amos Lynn, Kenwood, Oneida
Student
Nearest relative: Blanche Ingalls

• Military: World War I, 1919. 374

• Military: World War II. U.S. Air Force, major.

• News Item: Welcome back, 13 Aug 1953, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 307 ...
to the city and Central N. Y. to Amos "Scoot" Ingalls of Dallas, Tex. Scoot returns for a visit to see his mother in Sherrill after an absence of 31 years. Back in the '20's he was Mr. Baseball for Bill Orange and a V.I.P. on campus, graduating with the class of 1922. Scoot now owns and operates one of the largest Oldsmobile agencies in Texas. At S.U. he was a whiz on the diamond, and "pro" baseball lost a star when Scoot scooted for Texas--wherever that is. He will be a guest of honor at a dinner given by Abbie and Beanie Bigelow at the Calvary Club, Friday evening.

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald-Journal, 10 Oct 1957, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 313 Amos Ingalls Dies In Texas
ONEIDA--Amos Ingalls, 59, formerly of Oneida,
died Tuesday night at his home in Dallas, Texas.
He had attended Oneida High School and played
varsity basketball. Later he attended Dean School and
graduated in 1922 from Syracuse University. He
played basketball on the university team.
During World War II, Mr. Ingalls served as a major
in the Air Force.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Frances Ingalls, his mother,
Mrs. Blanche Ingalls; and a sister, Miss Dorris Ingalls,
both of Union St., Oneida, and several cousins.
The funeral was today in Dallas.

• News Item: THE SCOOTER, 16 Oct 1957, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 318 was an ardent S.U. alumnus...Amos (Scoot) Ingalls, '22, died last Tuesday of a heart attack in Dallas. When in college, Scoot was one of Lew Carr's baseball stars, and upon graduation played with the N.Y. Giants. In 1932 he went to Dallas for the Oneida Community Ltd. During World War II he was a major in the Air Force. In 1949 he established his own automobile agency. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. At the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1 Scoot got a big kick out of being host to Syracusans who attended the game. He was born in Kenwood, N.Y.

Amos married Frances <Ingalls>.

   142 F    ii. Dorris F. Ingalls was born on 17 Feb 1907, died on 9 Feb 1998 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY375 at age 90, and was buried Spring 1998 in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: employee of Oneida Limited, Between 1962 and 1970, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Union Rd 1, Between 1933 and 1998, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Oneida Daily Dispatch, 11 Feb 1998, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 376 Dorris F. Ingalls
ONEIDA--Dorris F. Ingalls, 90, of 272 Union St., died early Monday
afternoon, Feb. 9, 1998, at Rome Memorial Hospital, following a brief ill-
ness.
Miss Ingalls was born Feb. 17, 1907, in Oneida, the daughter of Jay and
Blanche Thurston Ingalls.
She was a graduate of Oneida High School.
Prior to her retirement in 1979 Miss Ingalls was employed as a book-
keeper for Oneida Ltd.
Miss Ingalls was of the Christian faith and was an active member of
Kenwood Heights Alliance Church. She was also a member of the Com-
munity Associated Clubs and the Oneida Ltd. Retirement Club of Sherill.
Surviving are a sister-in-law, Frances Drebing of Dallas, Texas; five
cousins, William Siver of Orlando Fla., Elizabeth Nadeau of Palmetto,
Fla., Robert Siver of Sherrrill, Dana Dryer of Orlando, Fla. and Wayne
Siver of Frankfort. (See Death Notice.)

Ingalls
Monday, Feb. 9, 1998, Miss
Dorris F. Ingalls, 90, of 272 Union
St., Oneida. Funeral services will
be held on Friday at 3 P.M. from the
Malecki Funeral Home Inc., 464
Sherill Road, Sherrill, with Rev.
Kurt P. Johnson, pastor of the
Kenwood Heights Alliance Church
officiating. Burial will be in the
spring in Glenwood Cemetery, On-
eida. Friends may call at the fu-
neral home on Friday from 1-3 P.M.
In Miss Ingall's (sic) memory contribu-
tions can be made to Kenwood
Heights Alliance Church.
Envelopes will be available at the
funeral home. Miss Ingalls was
predeceased by a brother Amos L.J.
Ingalls who died in 1957.
Malecki Funeral Home Inc.
Sherrill, N.Y.

Oneida Daily Dispatch
March 11, 1998

• Obituary: Syracuse Post-Standard, 11 Feb 1998, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.
Deceased Name: DORRIS F. INGALLS

Dorris F. Ingalls, 90, of 272 Union St. died Monday at Rome Memorial Hospital.

Miss Ingalls was born in Oneida.

She was a bookkeeper at Oneida Ltd., retiring in 1979. She was a member of Kenwood Heights Alliance Church and the Oneida Ltd. retirement club.

Surviving are five cousins, William Siver and Dana Dryer, both of Orlando, Fla., Elizabeth Nadeau of Palmetto, Fla., Robert Siver of Sherrill and Wayne Siver of Frankfort.

Services are 3 p.m. Friday at Malecki Funeral Home. Spring burial is in Glenwood Cemetery.

Calling hours are 1 to 3 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, 464 Sherrill Road, Sherrill.

Contributions may be made to Kenwood Heights Alliance Church.

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Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY)
Date: February 11, 1998
Edition: Metro
Page: B4
Record Number: 9802110119
Copyright, 1998, The Herald Company

• Funeral: Malecki Funeral Home, 13 Feb 1998, Sherrill, NY. 377 Date of Birth: Feb. 17, 1907
Date of Death: February 9, 1998
Officiating: Rev. Kurt P. Johnson
Interment: Glenwood Cemetery
Oneida, N.Y.

She never married and had no children

62. Merton R. Ingalls was born on 18 Jul 1876.165

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U. S., 1900, Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY. 165
Household of Henry W. Tooke:
Ingalls, Merton, servant, age 23, b. July 1876, single, farm laborer.

• Census: U. S., 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.
107 Forman Ave.
Ingalls, Merton R., head, age 32, m. 6 years, driver, milk wagon
Margaret E., wife, age 26, b. New York, father b. Ire-English, mother b. Ire-English
James O., son, age 3

• Census: U.S., 1920, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 449 Madison Street
Ingalls, Bert, Head, 44, married, b. New York, laborer, gas company
Ingalls, Melba, wife, 42, widow, naturalized, born Sweden, artist, at home.
Two roomers: William and Grace Beynan

• Military: WWI Draft Registration, Sep 1918, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 378 Bert Ingalls
649 Madison Street, Syracuse, NY
City: Syracuse County: Onondaga State: New York
Birth Date: 18 Jul 1876
Occupation: Syracuse Lighting Company
Nearest Relative: Melba Ingalls, 649 Madison St. Syracuse, NY.

• Occupation: farm hand at Mt. Pleasant Av, 1901.

• Residence: Mt Pleasant, 1901, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: 331 S Warren, Between 1906 and 1908, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• Residence: 107 Forman Ave, 1909, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• Residence: 111 Wellington Pl, Between 1911 and 1912, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 62

Merton married Margaret E. O'Reilly on 23 Nov 1904. Margaret was born in 1884 in Ireland.

Noted events in her life were:

• Naturalization: 1906, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Born in Ireland.

• News Item: Syracuse Herald, 29 Sep 1912, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 379 Husband Called Only In Morning
Said His duties as Milkman Kept Him Out Nights.
Friend Wife Suspicious
---
Mrs. Ingalls Consults Wives of Other Milkmen and Tale of Peche Melba is Unfolded--Now the Courts Have It.
---
The calling of a milkman is usually associated with the early morning hours, but Mrs. Margaret Ingalls says that her husband, Murten Ingalls, cajoled her for several months into believing that a milkman couldn't possibly be expected to spend his nights at home and that he was doing considerably more than most dispensers of the... fluid when he called at the house with milk in the morning and incidentally deposited a bundle of groceries upon the kitchen table.

When she had questioned the wives of other milkmen, Mrs. Ingalls says, and had learned that their husbands, although they had to get up early, were not compelled to remain out unduly late, she taxed her husband on that score, and was informed that he was really running an all- night pool room which he only left when it was time to start out on his milk route, and that he hadn't told her about it because he wasn't sure that she would like it.
---
She Couldn't Swallow Melba.
---
Having swallowed the milk route, pool room and remain in blissful unconsciousness that anything was wrong until some of her friends told her that Murton had found a blond-haired affinity known as Melba Pierce and that the two were keeping a happy little home together.

Mrs. Ingalls declined to swallow Melba -- even in the form of peche Melba--and she told Murton that he might spend the remainder of his time where he was already spending a goodly portion of it, which she ... in her action for separation and alimony brought through Attorneys J. R. and F. H. Collins, he at once made arrangements to do.

In her complaint, Mrs.. Ingalls alleges that her husband and the blonde Melba are living together and running a candy factory, know as the Melba candy manufactury, in Butternut street just around the corner from the homes of Mrs. Ingalls and her 6-year-old son at No. 614 Townsend Street.
. . .

• Census: U.S., 1930, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 380 308 James Street, apt. house,
Margaret Ingalls, 54, wd., born Ireland, parents b. Ireland
James, son, 23, born New York, clerk, post office.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 381 207 Burnet Avenue
Margaret Ingalls, head, 44, married, b. 1886, NH (Naturalization 1906), b. Ireland, keeper, rooming house

• News Item: Court Battle Over $2,000 Estate Opens, 16 Jun 1936, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Petition by Estranged
Wife of Murton Ingalls
Starts Fight

A fight over the $2,000 estate left by Murton R. Ingalls,
also known as Burt Ingalls appeared certain Monday with
the petitioning for letters of administration by Mrs.
Margaret E. Ingalls of 123 Sedgwick Street who
states she was the legal widow of the deceased.

The petition filed by James O. Ingalls, a son, stated
that no other person is interested in the estate except
"one, Melba Ingalls who also claims to be the widow
of the deceased." Mrs. Melba Ingalls is directed to
appear in court on June 29.

Mrs. Melba Ingalls of 649 Madison Street has
appeared in court a number of times acting as her
own counsel, the last time in an action filed
against the Syracuse lighting company.

An affidavit of Mrs. Margaret Ingalls filed with the
petition stated that before her marriage on Nov. 23,
1904, she was Miss Margaret E. O'Rielly. She
stated she was born in Ireland 60 years ago and that
she came to the United Stated in 1884 residing in
Utica until her marriage in 1904.

She stated that she entered into a separation agreement
with her husband in 1913 whereby she was to receive
$5 a week for her support. The petition filed by
Lichtenberg & Close charged that the separation
agreement did not in any way nullify the marriage.

page 4.

The child from this marriage was:

   143 M    i. James O. Ingalls was born on 28 Jun 1906 and died in Mar 1981 at age 74.

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 083-14-8241. 298 Name: James Ingalls SSN:
Last Residence: 13224 Syracuse, Onondaga, New York
Born: 28 Jun 1906
Died: Mar 1981
Issued: New York bef 1951

Merton had a relationship with Melba M. Pierce. Melba was born in 1866 in Middletown, NY and died on 2 Mar 1940 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY382 at age 74.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Born in Sweden.

• Residence: 643 Madison Street, Syracuse, NY, Between 1936 and 1940.

• Obituary: Herald Journal, 2 Mar 1940, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 383
Mrs. M. M. Ingalls
Artist, Is Dead

Mrs. Melba M. Ingalls of 649 Madison st., widow of Burt Ingalls
and proprietor of an art studio at the Madison st. address for many years,
died Thursday night after a long illness.
Mrs. Ingalls was born in Middletown 74 years ago and had lived in
Syracuse 34 years. She conducted a music, painting, and sculpturing
studio for many years, but gave up part of her art work after her hus-
band was injured in an accident in 1933 which resulted in the loss of
his left leg.
Surviving is a nephew, William McAuliffe of East Liverpool. A prayer service was conducted at 7 p. m. yesterday at the rooms of Carl E. Welter after which her body was taken to the Mt. Hope crematory in Rochester.

66. Elizabeth A. Eddy was born in 1861.

Elizabeth married John Vandewarker in 1882. John was born in 1857 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

The child from this marriage was:

   144 F    i. Anna M. Vandewarker was born in 1882.

Anna married Daniel Edward Hamlet in 1898, son of William Hamlet and Mary Murphy. Daniel was born on 12 Mar 1877 in New York.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 22 Apr 1910, Lenox, Madison County, NY. 384 April 22, 1910 Lenox

Hamlet, William J., 57, m1 34 years, b England
Nancy S., wife, 57, m1 34 years, 5/5 children living, b New York
Daniel E., son, single? (erased and written in S), b New York, 34
Edwin J., grandson, 7, b New York
Harold, grandson, 4, b New York
Francis, grandson, 2, b New York
Daniel Murphy, 86, father-in-law, b Ireland

• Census: U.S., 7 Jan 1920, Auburn, NY. 385 1920 Census, Auburn, New York, New York State Prison for Men
January 7, 1920

Name: Daniel Hamlet
Home in 1920: Auburn Ward 4, Cayuga, New York
Age: 42 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1878
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Inmate
Father's Birth Place: England
Mother's Birth Place: New York
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Sex: Male
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Image: 307

Anna next married Albert L. Butler, son of Joseph Reid Butler and Elizabeth Chrisman. Albert was born in Apr 1888.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 4 Jun 1900, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. Joseph Butler 65, b Aug 1834, m 29 years, farmer
Elisabeth Butler 50, b May 1850, m 29 years, mother of 7/7 children still living,
Nellie Adle 20, b Aug 1893, mother of 1 child, married 5 years.
George Butler 17, son b May 1883
William Butler 15, b Feby 1885
Albert Butler 12, b Apr 1888
Carrie M Adle 1, granddaughter, b Aug 1898
Albert Adle 27, son-in-law, b Dec 1872, married 5 years, farm laborer


• Census: U.S., 1930, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 386 Albert L Butler 41, b NY, machinist, silverware plant, age at 1st marriage 21
Anna M Butler 45, b NY, age at 1st marriage 16, machine operator, silverware plant.
Albert L Butler 18, son
Elizabeth A Beauchene (Eddy), 67, (1st husband John Vandewarker) 67, mother-in-law, widow, age at 1st marriage, 21.

Genesee Street, household 23
household 22 Erwin L. Ingalls
household 25 - J. Wesley and Mernie Heslin, Mary Ingles (mother-in-law)


Elizabeth next married Beauchene.

71. Charles Ingalls was born on 18 May 1871, died on 28 Sep 1933 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY195 at age 62, and was buried in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: farmer 4ch 70a 3h 9c R2 Oneida, 1917, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 185

• Residence: Merrillsville, 1924. 191

• Census: U.S., 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 196 Household 64, visit 65
Ingalls, Charles, 28
Florence E., 26
Harold, b. Aug 1893, age 7
Rita, b. Nov. 1896, age 3
Newell, b. 1899, age 4/12

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 387
Ingalls, Charles, 37, married 17 yrs, farmer
Florence, wife, 36, 5/4 children.
Harold, son, 16, farm laborer, horse farmer
Rita, daughter, 13
Adon, son, 5
Florence, daughter, 1-1/2

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 388
Dwelling 726, visit 128
Ingalls, Charles, 48, wd, farmer
Orcutt, Rita, daughter, 23
Ingalls, Florence, daughter, 11
- Adon, son, 15
- Jane, mother, 71, wd
Orcutt, Ethan, son-in-law, 22, farm laborer

• Census: U. S., 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 389 Lines 24-27, households 90, visitation 96:
Charles Ingalls 57, 1st marriage at age 20, dairy farmer, rents
Lena Ingalls 46
Adon Ingalls 25, son, first marriage at age 24, farm laborer
Gladys Ingalls 21, daughter-in-law, first marriage at age 20

Charles married Florence E. Buyea, daughter of J. Franklin Buyea and Charity E. Fort. Florence was born on 13 May 1874 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,390 died on 25 Apr 1914 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY390,391,392 at age 39, and was buried on 28 Apr 1914 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.3

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 2 May 1941, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 92
Florence E. Ingalls, aged 40, wife
of Charles Ingalls, died at her home
at Merrillsville Saturday afternoon of
pneumonia. She is survived by her
husband and four children. Funeral
services were held at the home Tues-
day afternoon at 1 o'clock and burial
was made in the cemetery at Peter-
boro.

Canastota Bee Journal
2 May 1941

Children from this marriage were:

   145 M    i. Harold N. Ingalls was born in 1893,393 died on 12 Nov 1962 at age 69, and was buried in Deansboro Cemetery, Deansboro, NY.

Burial Notes: Kirkland Cemetery
Ingalls, Gertie Chase b. 1893 d. Jan. 31, 1971 Sec. 7
Harold N. b. 1893 d. Nov. 12, 1962 69 yrs. Sec. 7

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1920, Augusta, Oneida County, NY. East Road, farm, dwelling 21, visit 21:
Ingalls, Harold N., 26
Gertie C., wife, 26
Edwin H., son, 2-1/2

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Augusta, Oneida Co., NY. Household 174, visitation 174
Nendecker Road

Harold N Ingalls 36, married at 23
Gertie C Ingalls 36, married at 22
Edwin H Ingalls 12
Newton C Ingalls 3
Newell G Ingalls 3

Harold married Gertrude C. Chase in 1917 in Augusta, Oneida County, NY, daughter of George Chase and Carrie Ford. Gertrude was born in Apr 1893 in Augusta, Oneida County, NY, died on 31 Jan 1971 in Oriskany Falls, NY at age 77, and was buried in Deansboro Cemetery, Deansboro, NY.

Burial Notes: Kirkland Cemetery
Ingalls, Gertie Chase b. 1893 d. Jan. 31, 1971 Sec. 7
Harold N. b. 1893 d. Nov. 12, 1962 69 yrs. Sec. 7

Noted events in her life were:

• AKA: Gertie. 394 Ingalls, Gertie Chase b. 1893 d. Jan. 31, 1971 Sec. 7
Harold N. b. 1893 d. Nov. 12, 1962 69 yrs. Sec. 7

• Obituary: The Waterville Times, 4 Feb 1971, Waterville, NY. 395 The Waterville Times
February 4, 1971, page 11
Oriskany Falls- Mrs.
Gertie Chase Ingalls, 77, of
Munz Road, died Jan. 31 in her
home.
She was born in Augusta,
daughter of George and Carrie
Ford Chase. She attended local
schools.
She was married to Harold
Ingalls in Augusta in 1917. He
died in 1962. Mrs. Ingalls was
a member of the Knoxboro
Grange for 62 years and served
as its secretary for more than
30 years. She was a member of
the Presbyterian Church of
Augusta Center and secretary
of its Ladies' Aid.
She leaves three sons, Edwin,
Newton and Newell Ingalls, all
of Oriskany Falls, and a sister,
Mrs. Harold (Edith) Smith, Ken-
more.
The funeral was from the
James W. Davis Jr. Funeral
Home, Madison. Burial will be
this spring in Deansboro Cemetery.

   146 F    ii. Rita C. Ingalls was born on 16 Nov 1896 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY,396 died on 30 Nov 1957 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY397,398 at age 61, and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.

Death Notes: Rome Daily Sentinel List of Obituaries - 1981 - DOD - 11/30/57
Canastota Bee - Obituaries - DOD - 12/2/57

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 5 Dec 1957, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 92
Mrs. Rita Orcutt
Dies in Canastota
-----------
Mrs. Rita C. Orcutt, 62, of Onei-
da RD1 (Merrillsville) died in the
Lenox Memorial Hospital, Canas-
tota early Saturday. She had been
a medical patient in the hospital
for the past two weeks.
Born in Merrillsville, Nov. 16,
1896, she was the daughter of
Charles and Florence Ingalls.
A lifelong resident of Merrills-
ville she married Ethan Orcutt in
Oneida in 1919.
Surviving in addition to her hus-
band are three sons, Howard, of
Munnsville; Roger and Norman,
both of Merrillsville; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Robert North, of Bridge-
port; and Mrs. Howard Cast, of
New Hartford.
She also leaves two brothers,
Harold Ingalls, of Knoxboro; Adon
Ingalls, of Merrillsville; a sister,
Mrs. Myron McCarthy, of Oneida,
and 14 grandchildren,
Services were held at 2 p.m.
Monday at the Campbell-Dean
Funeral Home in Oneida with the
Rev. Jack R. Buskey, pastor of
the Clockville Methodist Church,
officiating.
Interment was in Oneida Castle
Cemetery.

Rita married Ethan Noel Orcutt on 27 Dec 1919 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.,399 son of William Harvey Orcutt and Emma L. Ward. Ethan was born on 30 Apr 1897 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY400 and died on 21 Feb 1981 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY398 at age 83.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: April 28, 1897, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. 287

• Social Security Number: 097-22-7913.

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 23 Feb 1981, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287 Ethan N. Orcutt
ONEIDA-- Ethan N. Orcutt, 83, of
Oneida RD 1, a self-employed farmer, died
Saturday, Feb. 21, 1981 in Oneida City
Hospital after a long illness.
He was born April 28, 1897, in Mer-
rillsville, the son of William H. and Emma
Ward Orcutt, and lived most of his life in
Oneida.
He was married to the former Rita In-
galls. She died on Nov. 30, 1957.
Surviving are three sons, Howard Orcutt,
Durhamville, and Roger and Norman Or-
cutt, both of Oneida; two daughters, Mrs.
Robert (Eunice) North, Oneida, and Mrs.
Howard (Carol) Cast, Seabrook, Texas; 17
grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
Services will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the
Campbell-Dean Funeral Home, Oneida.
Burial will be in Oneida Castle Cemetery.
Calling hours are 7 to 9 tonight.
Memorial contributions may be made to
the American Cancer Society.

   147 M    iii. Newell Ingalls was born on 8 Jun 1899,401 died on 4 May 1901 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY402,403,404 at age 1, and was buried in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: The burial is not documented.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 9 Jun 1899. 92

   148 M    iv. Adon Clyde Ingalls was born on 19 Dec 1904 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,405 died on 25 Feb 1971 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY406 at age 66, and was buried on 28 Feb 1971 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Lot 63, sec C

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 093-18-2230. Adon Ingalls SSN: 093-18-2230 Last Residence: 13032 Canastota, Madison, New York, Born: 19 Dec 1904 Died: Feb 1971 State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951 )

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 4 Mar 1971, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 92
Adon Ingalls
Dies Thursday
Adon C. Ingalls, of Canal Road, died Thursday at Oneida
City Hospital.
Born in the Town of Lincoln, he lived in the Canastota-Onei-
da area all his life. He was a retired employee of Smith-Lee
Co., Oneida.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Gladys Adle Ingalls; a son,
Charles Ingalls of Sherrill, a daughter, Mrs. Walter Morgan
of Munnsville and a sister, Mrs. Myron McCarthy of Stock-
bridge.
Services were held Sunday at the Campbell - Dean Funeral
Home, Oneida. Burial was at Oneida Castle Cemetery.

Adon married Gladys Adle on 26 Jun 1929 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.,407 daughter of Clarence A. Adle and Florence A. Mason. Gladys was born on 12 Jan 1909 in Durhamville, NY, died on 29 Dec 1998 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY81 at age 89, and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes:
Lot 63, Sec C
===========================

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 29 Dec 1998, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 94 ONEIDA-Gladys Adle Ingalls, 89, 411 Fultz Drive, died Tuesday eve-
ning, Dec. 29, 1998, in the Extended Care Facility of the Oneida Health-
care Center, where she had been a resident for the past 5 1/2 months.
She was born on Jan. 12, 1909 in Durhamville, the daughter of
Clarence and Florence Mason Adle.
A lifelong resident of the area, she was educated in the Oneida Schools.
Mrs. Ingalls married Adon C. Ingalls on June 26, 1929, in Oneida. Mr.
Ingalls died on Feb. 25, 1971.
Mrs. Ingalls attended St. Paul's United Methodist Church.
Surviving are one son and daughter-in-law, Charles A. and Linda In-
galls of Sherrill; one son-in-law, Walter Morgan of Munnsville, one sister,
Marjorie Peebles of Oneida; five grandchildren, Tracy Crago, Melinda In-
galls, Melodys Reed, Michael Morgan and Mia Van Slyke; seven great-
grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. A daughter, Dona Morgan
died on Nov. 18, 1997. (See Death Notice.)

NOTE: Obituary of a grand old lady
Date: Thu, 7 Jan 1999 06:08:06 EST
Gladys Adle Ingalls was a valuable resource of information for me.
Although I have never met her in person our telephone calls were
always pleasant and I took notes as we conversed. Her mind was
sharp and she had a great recall of dates and events.
Douglas J. Ingalls

• Obituary: Syracuse Post-Standard, 31 Dec 1998, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 408 Gladys A. Ingalls
Gladys A. Ingalls, 89, of 411
Fultz Road, Oneida, died Tues-
day at Extended Care Facility,
Oneida.
Born in Durhamville, she at-
tended Oneida schools. She was
a homemaker and a member of
St. Paul's United Methodist
Church.
Her husband, Adon C., died
in 1971. Her daughter, Dona
Morgan, died in 1997.
Survivors: A son, Charles A.
of Sherrill; a sister, Marjorie
Peebles of Oneida; five grand-
children; seven great-grandchil-
dren.
Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at
Campbell-Dean Funeral Home.
Burial, Oneida Castle Ceme-
tery. Calling hours, 7 to 9 p.m.
Friday at the funeral home, 260
Main St., Oneida.
Contributions: American
Heart Association, 120 Lomond
Court, Utica 13502.

   149 F    v. Florence Ingalls was born on 6 Sep 1908, died in May 1986 in Utica, NY at age 77, and was buried in 1989 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 108-32-3361, 1957-1959. Florence McCarthy
Last Residence: 13502 Utica, Oneida, New York
Born: 6 Sep 1908
Died: May 1986

Florence married Myron J. McCarthy. Myron was born on 8 Jul 1908, died in Dec 1978 in Munnsville, NY at age 70, and was buried in 1978 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 132-28-0278, 1953. Myron McCarthy
Last Residence: 13409 Munnsville, Madison, New York
Born: 8 Jul 1908
Died: Dec 1978
Issued: New York (1953-54)

Charles next married Lena T. Butler. Lena died after 1941 and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: Lot 51, Sec C

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 337 Broad, Oneida, NY, 1941, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

72. Ina Amelia Ingalls was born in 1876.

Ina married John Henry Bortle in 1901, son of James E. Bortle and Alice Ann Manchester. John was born on 28 Feb 1874 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, died on 3 Aug 1933 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY409 at age 59, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: farmer, Between 1915 and 1931, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Brewster rd, Between 1915 and 1931, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Census: U.S., 22 Apr 1910, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 410
Oneida Ward 1, Mount Hope Road
Dwelling 56, visitation 58
Henry Bortle 33, farmer, married 9 years,
Ina Bortle 32, 6 children/5 living
Gladys Bortle 8
Grant Bortle 6
Ada Bortle 4
Irene Bortle 3
Gertrude Bortle 1 1/12

• Census: U.S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 411 1-WD ONEIDA
Brewer Road, farm:
BORTLE HENERY J, 42,
Inna, wife, 42
Gladys M., daughter, 17
Grant I., son, 15
Ada M., daughter, 14
Irine, daughter, 12
Gertrude H., daughter, 10
Darwin H., son, 8
Alice E., daughter, 5

• Census: U.S., 23 Apr 1930, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 412 Dwelling 206, Visit 243:
Brewer Road
Bortle, Henry J., head, 53, 21 at 1st marriage, farmer
Ina A., 54, age 22 at 1st marriage
Darwin, son, 19
Grant (abs), son, 23
Alice, daughter, 18

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald-Journal, 4 Aug 1933, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 328
Milk Strike's First Death Is Recorded
The first death attributed to New York State's milk strike, now in its fourth day, occurred in Madison County today, when J. Henry Bortle, 56, of Merrillsville, died from a heart attack after participating in the dumping of a load of milk.

Dr. Samuel C. Barton, of Canastota, Madison County coroner, found that Bortle's fatal attack was the result of "over exertion." The strike sympathizer dropped lifeless as he was about to remount his own rig.

According to the version given to the coroner, Mr. Bortle, with his son, Darwin, and five others had halted the rig of S. L. Knapp who was en route to a creamery in Canastota. Three cans of milk were removed and dumped, and the party of seven prepared to move on.

Bortle suddenly slumped to the ground and death was instantaneous Dr. Barton decided.

Surviving besides his wife, Ina Ingalls Bortle, he leaves five daughters. Mrs. Gladys Abbetenett of Syracuse, Miss Gertrude, a trained nurse in New York, and the Misses Alice, Irene and Ada at home; two sons, Grant and Darwin at home; five sisters, Mrs. Amelia Morey of Canastota, and Mrs. John W. Staudt, Mrs. Earl J. Buyea, Mrs. Charles Nixdorf and Mrs. John H. Munz of Oneida, and a brother, James Bortle, also of Oneida.

Funeral services will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Merrillsville home, the Rev. Dr. George B. Swinnerton officiating. Burial will be at Merrillsville.

Children from this marriage were:

   150 F    i. Gladys M. Bortle was born on 30 Apr 1902 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, died on 22 Nov 1980 in Raymond, NH at age 78, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: emp Syracuse, Between 1927 and 1928. 62

• Residence: Brewer rd, Between 1922 and 1928, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 24 Nov 1980, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287 Mrs. Gladys B. Abinett
Mrs. Gladys B. Abinett, 78, formerly of
Oneida, who resided with her daughter,
Mrs. Jean VanDerVeer in Raymond, N.H.,
died Saturday, Nov. 22, 1980, after being ill
for a year.
Born in Oneida on April 30, 1902, she was a
daughter of Henry and Ina Ingalls Bortle.
She was a retired employee of Oneida City
Hospital, moving to Raymond eight years
ago.
Her husband, Jack S. Abinett, died April
13, 1953. Mrs. Abinett was a member of
Raymond Congregational Church, the Ray-
mond Garden Club, and the Benevolent
Society.
Surviving besides her daughter are a
brother, Darwin Bortle, Oneida; three
sisters, Mrs. Alice Burleson, Oneida; Mrs.
Irene Carey, Syracuse, and Mrs. Gertrude
Sullivan, Massena, and two grandsons.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednes-
days at the Campbell-Dean Funeral Home,
with burial in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida.
Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Tuesday.

Gladys married Jack S. Abinett, son of George Richard Abinett and Kate Sturges. Jack was born on 26 May 1899 in Southsea, Portsmouth, England, died on 13 Apr 1953 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY at age 53, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.413

Death Notes: Died of coronary thrombosis, age 53. (Glenwood Cemetery records)
Campbell-Dean Funeral Home
260 Main Street
Oneida,NY 13421
6/30/06: James Dean stated Jack Abinett had died at age 52 in 1953. He had immigrated 38 years earlier. Father's name: George Abinett. Mother's maiden name: Sturges.

Burial Notes: Section P East; lot number 240
Cause of death as coronary thrombosis at the age of 53.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: WWI Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Springfield, Mass. 414 Address: 57 Union, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts
Nearest relative: Mrs. Elsie Abinett, 19 Flating Rd., Portsmouth, England

• AKA: Percy, 1899-1923. Birth name was Percy.

• Travel: Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York, 18 Feb 1923, Southhampton, England. 415
0001. Percy Abinett
Last Place of Residence: Syracuse, New York
Date of Arrival: Feb 18, 1923
Age at Arrival: 23y Gender: M
Marital Status: M
0002. Abinett, Margaret Jane F 22y

Ship of Travel: Berengaria
Port of Departure: Southampton

Manifest:
Percy. Before in US 1918, 1922. Home: 707 East Fayette St., Syracuse, N.Y. Intend to return to England: no. Length of stay in U.S., perm. Place of birth: England, Portsmouth. 5'11-1/2", dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes.
Margaret: Born, NY. Home as above. Place of birth: Syracuse. 5'5", fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes.

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald-Journal, 14 Apr 1953, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 313 J. S. Abinett Stricken at Work, Dies
ONEIDA--Jack S. Abinett, 53, of Oneida, R. D. 1, was pronounced dead upon arrival at Oneida City Hospital yesterday of a heart attack. He was stricken while at work as a painter at the Oneida Motor Car Co.

Born in South Sea, England, May 26, 1899, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Abinett. He came to this country 38 years ago and had been a resident of Oneida one year.

Surviving are his wife, the former Gladys Bortle; a daughter, Miss Jane Elizabeth Abinett, at home, and several stepbrothers and stepsisters in England.

Services will be held at the Campbell-Dean Funeral Home at 3:30 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. James J. Morley, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 7 to 9 P.M. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M.

   151 M    ii. Grant Ingalls Bortle was born on 6 Feb 1904298 and died in Oct 1968298 at age 64.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: student, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Brewer Rd., Between 1927 and 1928, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Brewer rd, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• News Item: 16-Room Farm House Near Oneida Destoyed by Fire, With All Contents, 19 Mar 1949, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 313
Building is Leveled Within Hour
Total Loss is Estimated $15,000

ONEIDA--A two-story frame dwelling
of 16 rooms on Mt. Hope ave., in the
Oneida outside district was destroyed
by fire that was fanned by a sharp wind
Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.
Grant Bortle were shopping in Oneida
when her mother, Mrs. Sarah Lantry, 70,
alone in the house, discovered the flames.

She hurried up the hill to the nearby home
of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Bortle, brother of Grant.
Neighbors hurried to the fire but were powerless
to save anything. There was no available water
supply and Oneida firemen were not summoned.
...
The Grant Bortles were the fifth generation to occupy
the dwelling built about 55 years ago by his grandfather,
James Edward Bortle

• resided: Mt. Hope Avenue, 1955, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Grant married Mary Lantry, daughter of Barnaby Lantry and Sarah F. <Lantry>.

   152 F    iii. Ada M. Bortle was born in 1906 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: student, 1927. 62

• Occupation: teacher, 1931, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Brewer rd, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

   153 F    iv. Irene Bortle .

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: clk, Markson Bros, 1928.

• Residence: RD#2 (? Brewer rd), 1928, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

Irene married <Unknown> Carey.

   154 F    v. Gertrude Esther Bortle .

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: student, Between 1927 and 1928. 62

• Occupation: a domestic, 1931, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Brewer rd, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• News Item: General Hospital Will Graduate 13 Nurses, 9 Apr 1934, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 416 The class of 1934 ... Miss Gertrude Esther Bortle, Oneida

Gertrude married <Unknown> Sullivan.

   155 M    vi. Darwin H. Bortle was born on 3 May 1911 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY,298 died on 29 Mar 1988 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY298 at age 76, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: student, 1931, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Residence: Brewer rd, Between 1931 and 1968, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, 30 Mar 1988, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287
Darwin H. Bortle
ONEIDA--Darwin H. Bortle, 76, of Brewer Road, who was
a caretaker at St. Patrick's Cemetery, died Tuesday, March
29, 1988, at the Health Science Center, Syracuse, where he was
a medical patient for the past four weeks.
Born in Oneida, on May 3, 1911, he was a son of John H. and
Ina Ingalls Bortle. He owned and operated a farm.
Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Irene Carey, Syracuse;
Mrs. Alice Burleson, Oneida; and Mrs. Gertrude Sullivan,
Vernon.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Campell-Dean
Funeral Home. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery. Calling
hours will be from 12:30 to 2 p.m. prior to the funeral.

   156 F    vii. Alice Ellen Bortle was born in 1915 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, died on 2 Aug 1990 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY at age 75, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 4 Aug 1990, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 287
Mrs. Alice B. Burleson
ONEIDA--Mrs. Alice B. Burleson, 75, of 390 Brewer Road, died Thursday, Aug.
2, 1990, at her residence.
Born in Oneida Nov. 19, 1914, she was a daughter of John and Ina Ingalls Bortle.
She married Richard C. Burleson April 20, 1938, in Oneida Castle. He died Dec. 22, 1972.
Mrs. Burleson was a Jehovah Witness.
Surviving is a son, Nathan H. Burleson, Oneida; two daughters, Mrs. James
(Nancy) Allen, Kirkville, and Mrs. William (Noreen) Marko, California, Md.; two
sisters, Mrs. Irene Carey, Syracuse, and Mrs. Gertrude Sullivan, Potsdam; six
grandchildren and two great-granddaughters.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the Campbell-Dean Funeral Home. Burial
will be in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville. Calling will be 9 to 10 a.m. Monday.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Wanderers Rest Humane Society,
Wampsville.

Alice married Richard C. Burleson on 22 Apr 1938 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.,417 son of William C. Burleson and Elvina Schmidtka. Richard was born in 1917 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY418 and died on 22 Dec 1972 at age 55.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Ceremony: 20 Apr 1938, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 287

73. Daisy Ingalls was born on 1 Feb 1877 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died in 1961 at age 84, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Daisy married Lewis Bertrand Eddy on 29 Sep 1892 in Earlville, NY.,81 son of Lewis Leroy Eddy and Sally Ann Forbes. Lewis was born on 22 Jul 1869, died in 1957 at age 88, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Dec 1892, Munnsville, NY.

• Census: U.S., 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 419 Eddy, Bert, head, 30, m 8 years, farmer
Daisy, wife, 23, m 8 years, 1/0 children living.

• Census: U.S., 1910, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. 420 Eddy, Bert; 40, m1, 18 years, farmer, Merrillsville Village.
Daisy, wife, 33, m1, 18 years, 1/0 children living.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 421 Eddy, Bert, head, 49, farmer, Creek Road, Town of Lincoln.
Daisy, wife, 42

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 422 Eddy, Burt, head, 60, age at 1st marriage 22, dairy farmer.
Eddy, Daisy, wife, 53, age at 1st marriage 15.

The child from this marriage was:

   157 U    i. Infant Eddy died dy.

74. Chilton Seward Ingalls was born on 20 Jan 1879 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, died on 10 Jan 1946 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY200 at age 66, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Land: 1937, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 365
Ingals, Chilton
5 miles southwest of Oneida.
House number 48 on map street L
RD 2, Oneida
General farm owner.

• Military: WW I Draft Registration 1917-1918, 12 Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 171 Chilton Seward Ingalls
RD 2, Oneida, NY
Age: 39
DOB: Jan 20, 1879
Farmer
Nearest relative, Goldie Eddy, wife

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 387
Creek Road
Ingalls, Chilton S., 31, married 3 yrs.
Goldie, wife, 23
Ivah I., daughter, 1-1/2
Ingalls, Ellen V., mother, 55, widow (5/5 children)
Ingalls, Martha A., aunt, 62, single

(lives next door to 1st cousin, Charles Ingalls.)

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 388
farm,
Ingalls, Chilton, 40
Goldie, wife, 33
Ivah, daughter, 4

Chilton married Golda A. Eddy on 25 Nov 1906, daughter of Merritt Eddy and Rose Brown. Golda was born on 24 Sep 1886, died on 8 Oct 1978 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY423 at age 92, and was buried on 13 Oct 1978 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 086-30-2354.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 11 Oct 1978, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 92
Golda Ingalls dies Tuesday

Mrs. Golda Eddy Ingalls,
92, of Buyea Road, Canastota,
died at Oneida City Hospital
early Tuesday morning shor-
tly after admittance. She had
been in poor health for the
last three years.
She was born in
Merrillsville, Sept. 24, 1886,
the daughter of Merritt and
Rose Brown Eddy. She was
the widow of Chilton Ingalls
who died Jan. 10, 1946. She
had lived in this area all her
life.
Mrs. Ingalls attended the
Clockville Methodist Church.
She is survived by one
daughter, Mrs. George (Ivah)
Eager, of Canastota, one
brother, Blaine Eddy of
Durhamville, one sister, Mrs.
Gladys Ward, of Oneida, two
grandchildren, and four great-
grandchildren,
Funeral services will be
held at the J. Homer Ball
Funeral Home, Inc., 201
James St., Canastota,Friday.
at 2 P. M. with Rev. Alan Kin-
ney, pastor of the Clockville
Methodist Church officiating.
Burial will be in Sunnyside
Cemetery, Merrillsville, N.Y.
friends may call at the
funeral home Thursday from
2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M.

The child from this marriage was:

   158 F    i. Ivah Iona Ingalls was born on 11 May 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY424 and died on 9 Jan 1985 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY at age 76.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 093-03-3149, Bef 1951. 298 Ivah Eager Last Residence: 13032 Canastota, Madison, New York, Born: 11 May 1908 Last Benefit: 13032 Canastota, Madison, New York, Died: Jan 1985 State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951)

Ivah married Arthur E. Raymond on 15 Jul 1926 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.,425 son of George Raymond and Frances Morse. Arthur was born Ocober 16 1901 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY, died on 30 Dec 1967 in Lenox Furnace, Madison Co, NY, and was buried on 1 Jan 1968 in Perryville, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 4 Jan 1968, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 426
Arthur Raymond
Dies Saturday
Arthur E. Raymond of
Lenox Furnace, RD 1, died
early Saturday at the Gerrit
Smith Infirmary, Eaton.
Born Oct. 16 1901 in Oneida,
he was the son of George and
Frances Morse Raymond.
Mr. Raymond had been em-
ployed by the Town of Lincoln
and prior to this for the Madi-
son County Highway Depart-
ment, retiring in 1965, due to
ill health.
Surviving besides his father
are two sons, Dean and Clyde
Raymond, both of Canastota;
one sister, Mrs. Fay Colvin of
Oneida; eight grandchildren
and several nieces and neph-
ews.
Funeral services were held
Monday from the J. Homer Ball
Funer Home, with the Rev.
Elmer Iffert, pastor of Clockville
Methodist Church, officia-
ting. Burial was in Perryville
Cemetery.

Ivah next married George W. Eager on 10 May 1941 in Oriskany Falls, Oneida Co, NY.,427 son of Roy Eager and Elinor <Eager>. George was born on 28 Mar 1911 in Canada and died on 10 May 1989 at age 78.

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 118-10-2553, 1951. George W. Eager
Born: 28 Mar 1911 Died: 7 May 1989

75. Estella B. Ingalls was born in 1881 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died in 1960 at age 79, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Estella married Egbert S. Vickery on 14 Jul 1909 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.,201 son of Lewis Vickery and Polly Hall. Egbert was born on 9 Aug 1877 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY, died in 1954 at age 77, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: WW I Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Herkimer, Herkimer County, NY. 428 Egbert Scevenus Vickery
R. D. #2, Herkimer, NY
b 06 Oct 1876
woodfinisher
wife: Estela Vickery

• Census: U.S., 1920, Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY. 429 Pine Grove Road
Egbert Vickery 43, wood finisher
Estella Vickery 38
Louis Vickery 9
Dorothy Vickery 6

• Census: U.S., 1930, East Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY. 430 Pine Grove Road:
Egbert S Vickery 53, 48, m at 33, wood furniture, office furniture.
Estella Vickery 48, m at 28
Louis Vickery 19, son, bookkeeper, steel mill.
Dorothy Vickery 16, daughter

Children from this marriage were:

   159 M    i. Louis A. Vickery was born in 1910 in Herkimer County, NY.

   160 F    ii. Dorothy Vickery was born in 1914.

76. Ruth E. Ingalls was born in Oct 1885, died on 25 Jan 1970 at age 84, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, Jan 1970, Rome, Oneida Co., NY.
Eddy, Ruth Died: Jan 25, 1970
Father: Ingalls Addison
Mother: Harrington Ellen
Spouse: Eddy Earl Spouse died: 1948
2 survivors

Ruth married Earl Delmar Eddy in 1905, son of Merritt Delmar Eddy and Rosette E. Brown. Earl was born on 27 Aug 1884 and died in 1948 at age 64.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: World War I Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Madison County, NY. 431
Earl Dean Eddy
R. D. 5, Canastota, NY
Age 34: B: Aug 27, 1884.
Farmer
Nearest Relative: Ruth Eddy, wife
Medium height, stout build, blue eyes, brown hair

• Census: U. S., 12 May 1910, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 432 Household 229, Visitation 234; lines 70-73:
Earl D Eddy 24, m1 5 yrs, farmer, general farm
Ruth E Eddy 24, m1 5 yrs, wife
Lewis B Eddy 3, son
Harland S Eddy 1 8/12, son

• Census: U. S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 433 Miller Road, Household 161, visitation 164
Lines 48-51:
Earl Eddy 35, farmer, general farm
Ruth Eddy 35
Louis Eddy 12
Harland Eddy 10

• Census: U. S., 14 Apr 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 434 Earl Eddy 44, m at 19, dairy farm
Ruth Eddy 44, m at 19
Lewis Eddy 23, son
Harland Eddy 21, son
(living next to farm of John and Cora Buyea with son, Merton and his wife, Josephine.)

Children from this marriage were:

   161 M    i. Lewis B. Eddy was born on 19 Jul 1906 in Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY435 and died in Dec 1981 in Utica, NY at age 75.

   162 M    ii. Harland S. Eddy was born on 15 Aug 1908 in Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY436 and died on 27 Dec 1978 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY at age 70.

82. Jennie Snyder was born in 1859 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY and died on 15 Mar 1934 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY at age 75.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: Alene, Madison Co, NY.

• News Item: Oneida Union, 6 Aug 1888. Merrillsville.
-Misses Jennie and Lena Snyder returned to their home at Cortland,
on Monday last and were accompanied by their aunt, Miss Nora Ingalls.

Jennie married Roland Case in 1889, son of William Case and Amelia Hathaway. Roland was born on 8 Nov 1849, died on 25 Apr 1917 in Alene, Madison Co, NY437 at age 67, and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Abt Oct 1891, Perryville, NY.

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 438 Stone Road
Rollin Case 61, present marriage 21 years, father b. NY, mother born Mass., farmer, own farm
Jennie Case 45, wife, 3/3 children living
Horace Case 20, son, farmer, own farm
Florence Case 17, daughter
Helen Case 15 daughter
Helen Snyder 69, mother-in-law, 4 children, 3 living, dress maker for private family
Jerry Leltson 60, servant

Children from this marriage were:

   163 M    i. Horace Case was born in 1890.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1920, U.S., Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 439 Horace Case 29, farmer
Tina T Case 30, wife
Charles Rollin Case 1 10/12, son
Jeremiah Letson 68, boarder, laborer

Horace married Nina Tuller.

   164 F    ii. Florence Case was born in 1892 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Florence married Raymond B. House on 25 Sep 1913 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.,440 son of D. E. House and Alice Petrie. Raymond was born in 1889 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

   165 F    iii. Helen Case was born in 1895.

83. Lena Snyder was born in 1872 in Morrisville, Madison Co, NY, died in 1912 at age 40, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 1896, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Lena married Joseph J Rothschild on 27 Oct 1902 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.,216 son of Meyer Charles Rothschild and Bella Schulman. Joseph was born in 1875 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 3 Feb 1957 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY441 at age 82, and was buried in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Engagement: Abt Jun 1902.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U. S., 1910, Syracuse, New York. 442 907 Elmwood Street, household 213, visitation 279

Rothchild, Joseph, head, 36, m1, 8 years, b NY; father b Russia/Yiddish; m b Russian/Yiddish, barber
Lena, wife, 38, m1, 8 years, 1/1 children
Earl, son, 6
Snyder, Helen, mother-in-law, 69, widow, 4/3 children

• Census: U.S., 7 Jan 1920, Syracuse, New York. 443
517 Wolcott Street
Household 71, visitation 144
Rothschild, Joseph J., head, 46, widowed, father b. Poland, mother b Poland; barber
Earl, son, 16

• Census: U. S., 18 Apr 1930, Syracuse, New York. 444 517 Walnut Street
Rothschild, Joseph, 55, widowed, father b Russian, mother b Russia, barber
(living with Isadore and Jessie M. Rothchild)

• Obituary: Post Standard, 4 Feb 1957, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 303
J. J. Rothschild
Joseph J. Rothschild, 81, of 517 Walnut Ave., died yesterday
morning at the Jewish Home for the aged.
Born in Syracuse, Mr. Rothschild and his brothers were pro-
prietors of Rothschild Bros. barber shop on E. Fayette street
more than 50 years.
He was a member and past member of Philo Lodge 968
F&AM, Central City Consistory; a member of Tigris Shrine, and a
grand sword bearer of the Grand Lodge of Masons of the State of
New York.
He is survived by four nephews, Dr. Harold Courtney of Syracuse,
Bernard E. Rothschild of Syracuse, Dr. Leonard H. Rothschild
of Auburn, and Isadore Goldman of El Paso, Tex.
Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Birnbaum
Funeral Home by Dr. Benjamin Friedman of Temple Society of
Concord. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

The child from this marriage was:

   166 M    i. Earl Rothschild was born on 15 May 1903 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 9 Nov 1991 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY445 at age 88, and was buried on 10 Nov 1991 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Death Notes:

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 074-28-6961. 298

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald American, 10 Nov 1991, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.
================================================
Earl Rothschild
Earl, Rothschild, 88, of 4101 E. Genesee St. died Saturday in
Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital,
He was a life resident of Syracuse.
Mr. Rothschild founded Rothschild Pharmacy in 1929 in East
Syracuse.
Upon his retirement in 1960, he was honored with the Citizen
Award in East Syracuse.
He was a charter member of the Lions International in East
Syracuse, a 25-year member of the Rho Pi Phi Pharmacy Fraternity, a
50 year member of the Grand Lodge of Masons, a member
of Temple Adath Yeshurun and it's men's club, the Jewish Home of
Central New York and the Jewish Community Center.
Mr. Rothschild was a 1923 graduate of the Buffalo School of Phar-
macy.
Surviving are his wife, Ruth of Syracuse; one daughter, Phyllis
Rothschild of Syracuse; one sister, Betsy Cohen of Detroit, Mich; and
several nieces and nephews.
Services will be at 11 a.m. today at the Birnbaum Funeral Chapel,
with Rabbi Charles S. Sherman and Cantor Harold Lerner officiating.
Burial will be in Adeth Yeshurun Cemetery. Friends may
call from 10 to 11 a.m. today at the funeral home, 1909 E. Fayette Street.
Contributions may be made to the Temple Adath Yeshurun Building
Fund.
Birnbaum Funeral Service in charge of arrangements.

Syracuse Herald American
10 November 1991
=========================================================

• Cemetery: Adeth Yeshurun Cemetery, 10 Nov 1991, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Earl married Ruth <Rothschild>.

88. Harold Ingalls was born on 15 May 1878 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 21 Aug 1941 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY233 at age 63, and was buried on 24 Aug 1941 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.234

Burial Notes:
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Monument
--------------

INGALLS
HARRY EDITH L. GRACE M. HOLLIS W.
1879-1941 1871-1931 1871-1953 1869-1932
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Noted events in his life were:

• AKA: Harry.

• Occupation: farmer 1 ch 110a 6h 20c Star Route, 1917, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 185

• Residence: Alene, Madison Co, NY.

• Military: WW I Draft Registration 1917-1918, 12 Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 171
Harry Ingalls
Farmer, Star Route, Canastota
age 42, 15 May 1878
Nearest relative: Edith Ingalls, wife

• Census: 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
=========
Visit 192
=========

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 446
Farm, dwelling 5, visit 5:
Ingalls, Harry, head, 41, farmer
Edith, wife, 41

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 29 Aug 1941, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 233
Harry Ingalls, 63
Died in Peterboro
------------
Services for Harry Ingalls, prom-
inent Peterboro merchant and far-
mer who died at his home Thursday
were conducted Sunday afternoon
from his home with Rev. Leslie C.
Simon of Solvay, former pastor in
Peterboro officiating. Burial was in
the Peterboro cemetery.
Mr. Ingalls was driver of the Pe-
terboro stage between Canastota
and that place for a number of
years and was also owner and op-
ertor(sic) of a milk route for 28 years.
He ran a general store in Syracuse
for 3 years and had operated a gen-
eral store at Peterboro the past 5
years.
He was born May 15, 1878 in
Merrillsville, a son of the late Frank
Ingalls and Mary Ann Butler. He
married in Nov. 1898 to Miss Edith
L. Woodbury, Peterboro, who died
in 1930. He remarried Sep. 15, 1932
to Miss Grace Sanford Warner of
Lincoln, who survives him with one
son Donald, and a three day
old daughter, Nancy Ann and two
granddaughters.

Harold married Edith L. Woodbury on 24 Nov 1898, daughter of John Newton Woodbury and Ann Jennete Morrison. Edith was born on 22 Feb 1877 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY,447 died on 8 Apr 1931 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY448,449 at age 54, and was buried on 11 Apr 1931 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 10 Apr 1931, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 450 MRS. HARRY INGALLS
DIED WEDNESDAY
------------
Wednesday morning, April 8th oc-
curred the death of Edith Woodbury
Ingalls, wife of Harry Ingalls of Alene
after a long illness.
She was born in Peterboro in 1877
and had spent her whole life there and
on the farm where she passed away
except for the time which she spent
in school at Cazenovia Seminary and
the Buffalo School of Music.
The funeral services will be held on
Saturday, April 11 at 2 o'clock from
her late home.
She is survived by her husband and
son Donald Ingalls, one granddaughter
Jeanne Ingalls, one sister, Mrs. Hollis
Ingalls and a brother William Wood-
bury.
===============================

The child from this marriage was:

   167 M    i. Donald Woodbury Ingalls was born on 25 Apr 1900 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,451 died on 11 Jun 1963 in Sherrill, NY at age 63, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.3

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: World War I Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 171
Donald Woodbury Ingalls
Laborer, Harry Ingalls, farmer
Nearest relative: Edith Ingalls

• Military: WW I, 1919. 374 Ingalls, Donald, Lincoln

• Occupation: Engineer at OLC, Between 1931 and 1945. 62

• Occupation: wage admin OLC, Between 1948 and 1960. 62

• Residence: 204 E Noyes, Sherrill, NY, Between 1941 and 1960, Sherrill, NY. 62

• Cemetery: Valley View Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Donald married Elsie Braun, daughter of <Unknown> Braun and Mary Vodraska. Elsie was born in 1901, died on 2 Dec 19773 at age 76, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 204 E Noyes blvd, 1972, Sherrill, NY. 62

• Cemetery: Valley View Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Harold next married Grace Sanford Warner on 15 Sep 1932 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.,235 daughter of Edward Warner and Catherine Clute. Grace was born about 1901 in Fenner, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Fenner, Madison Co, NY. 452
Edward, father, 66, dairy farmer, Wilbur Rd.
Katherine, wife, 63
Grace S., daughter, 28
Howard, partner/son, 19
Harold, partner/son, 16

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
Appears to be the same Grace Warner listed twice:
Town of Lincoln:
Boarder, with Albert and Grace Pankhurst, age 18, occupation: servant

and
Town of Fenner:
daughter of Edward and Florence Warner, Wilbur Road, age 17, occupation: servant w/private family.

The child from this marriage was:

   168 F    i. Nancy Ann Ingalls was born on 19 Aug 1941 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY, died on 24 Jun 2007 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY at age 65, and was buried on 28 Jun 2007 in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Adoption: Clarence Frost, second husband of Grace Warner Ingalls.

• Obituary: Syracuse Post Standard, 26 Jun 2007, Syracuse, New York. Nancy Ann Alter June 24, 2007
Nancy Ann Ingalls Frost Alter, 65, of 67 Seneca Avenue, Oneida Castle, died unexpectedly at the Oneida Healthcare Center. Services: 10 a.m. Thursday, Ball Funeral Home, Munnsville. Burial, Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville. Calling hours, Wednesday 4 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home, 5327 N. Main Street, Munnsville.
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 6/26/2007.

• Obituary: Oneida Daily Dispatch, 26 Jun 2007, Oneida, NY. 453,454 Nancy Ann Ingalls Frost Alter of Oneida Castle

Nancy Ann Ingalls Frost Alter, 65, of 67 Seneca Avenue, Oneida Castle, died unexpectedly on Sunday, June 24, 2007, at the Oneida Healthcare Center. She was born on August 19, 1941, in Peterboro, the daughter of Clarence and Grace Warner Frost. Nancy spent most of her life in Munnsville, attending the Stockbridge Valley School. She had lived in Oneida Castle for the past 22 years. Nancy enjoyed jig-saw puzzles, riding motorcycles, gardening, her poodle, feeding wild animals, and decorating for the holidays. She married Wayne C. Alter on October 26, 1957, in Munnsville. Wayne died on December 6, 1984. Surviving are, her companion of twenty-two years, Michael Clouse; three sons, Scott Alter and his fiance, Trish Agans of Jacksonville, FL, Stanley Alter of Siloam, and Jason Alter and his girlfriend, Katelyn Winton of Oneida; five daughters, Paula and Michael Morgan of Utica, Pamela Alter and her fiance, John Lewis of Morrisville, Patricia Alter of Utica, Lorraine Alter and her fiance, Darin Buchanan of Knoxboro, and Lynette and William Phillips of Troutman, NC; seventeen grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, as well as several nieces and nephews; and her faithful poodle, Spunky. Also surviving are her companion, Michael's family, Angela and Daniel Lange of Schenectady, Cynthia Clouse of Liverpool, and Katie Clouse of North Syrcause. Funeral Services will be held 10:00 a.m. Thursday, June 28, 2007, at the Ball Funeral Home, Munnsville. The Rev. Neil D. Coe will officiate. Burial will be in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville. Calling hours will be held Wednesday from 4-8 p.m. at the funeral home, 5327 N. Main Street, Munnsville. In her memory, contributions may be made to the Oneida Castle Volunteer Fire Department, 20 First Street, Oneida, NY 13421, or to Wanderers' Rest Humane Association, Inc., PO Box 535, Canastota, NY 13032, with envelopes available at the funeral home.

Nancy married Wayne C. Alter on 26 Oct 1957 in Munnsville, NY. Wayne died on 26 Oct 1957 in Munnsville, NY and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

90. Frank S. Black was born in Jun 1869, died on 25 Jun 1945 in Utica, NY73 at age 76, and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Death Notes: Death Certificate #34794

Burial Notes: Lot H-104M

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 5 Feb 1920, Eaton, Madison Co, NY. 455 District 106; Household 289, visitation 299:

Black, Frank S., 49, dairy farmer
Lois S., wife, 43
Loran S., son, 20
John F., son, 14

• Census: U.S., 7 Apr 1930, Town of Eaton, Madison Co, NY. 456
District 11, household 56, visitation 56, lines 9-10:
Frank S Black 60, 1st m age 24, farmer
Lois S Black 53, 1st m 40

Frank married Flora L. Field in 1893. Flora was born in Sep 1872, died on 18 Sep 1913 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY at age 41, and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Death Notes: Death Certificate #42975


Children from this marriage were:

   169 M    i. Loren Samuel Black was born in May 1899.

   170 M    ii. John F. Black was born in 1906 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY.

Frank next married Lois S. <Black> on 1 Nov 1916 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY.242 Lois was born in 1877.

91. Frank B. Moon was born on 26 Oct 1871 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 14 Feb 1941 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY246 at age 69, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

General Notes:
==================================
Married by Rev.C.W.Reynolds, Petersboro
Witnessed by George Moore and Bertha Rice

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Excise Commissioner, 4 May 1893. 81

• News Item: Merillsville Brevities, 26 Dec 1887, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. 81 Frank Moon, who has been quite seriously afflicted with rheumatism, is improving and is now able to ride.

Frank married Nora Stoddard on 22 Dec 1898 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.,247 daughter of Schuyler J. Stoddard and Ellen Stone. Nora was born in 1878 in Morrisville, Madison Co, NY, died in 1940 at age 62, and was buried in 1940 in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes: Sunnyside Cemetery, Creek Road.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: a teacher, 9 Mar 1900, Siloam, Town of Smithfield, NY. 92

• Occupation: teacher, 1892.

Children from this marriage were:

   171 M    i. Wade Moon was born on 15 Dec 1901 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,457 died in 1920 at age 19, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

   172 M    ii. Bernard F. Moon was born on 17 Aug 1906 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, died in Jun 1972 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY at age 65, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Merrillsville, 1925.

• Census: U. S., 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 389 Household 87, visitation 91:
Moon, Frank B., Head, 58, age at 1st marriage 27, no occupation
Nora D., wife, 57, age at 1st marriage 23.
vistation 92:
Moon, Bernard, head, 23, age at 1st marriage 23, dairy farmer
Bertha A., wife, 24, age at 1st marriage 24.
visitation 93:
Clark, Stanley, head, 22, age at 1st marriage 22, laborer
Clark, Rachel, wife, 22, at at 1st marriage 22
Clark, Walter G., son, 7/12.

• Social Security Number: 086-30-9426, 1954-1956. Bernard Moon SSN: 086-30-9426 Last Residence: 13421 Oneida, Madison, New York
Born: 17 Aug 1906
Died: Jun 1972

Bernard married Bertha M. Ayers on 26 Oct 1929. Bertha was born on 25 Aug 1905, died in Dec 1994 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY at age 89, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 130-36-1339, 1963. Bertha M. Moon
Last Residence: 13421 Oneida, Madison, New York
Born: 25 Aug 1905
Died: Dec 1994

92. Anna (Flora) Moon was born about 1876 in Morrisville, Madison Co, NY.

General Notes:
=====================================
Married by Rev.John E. Showers
Witnessed by Frank Moon and Nora Stoddard

13 Feb 1888 MCHS Merrillsville Brevities
Frank Moon and his sister, Anna, entertained
their friends ...

5 Mar 1888 MCHS Merrillsville Brevities
Anna Moon fell on the ice, ...

Anna married William H. Dennison on 24 Nov 1897.,248 son of Milton Dennison and Halen Berry. William was born in 1873 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: 29 Oct 1900, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. 458

• Census: U. S., 25 Apr 1910, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 459 Household 120, visitation 123:
William H Dennison 35, head, 35, m1, 12 yrs., music teacher, pianos & organs.
Annie M Dennison 34, wife, 34, m1, 12 yrs., 1/1 children
Pauline E Dennison 9, daughter

• Census: U. S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 389 1920 Town of Lincoln,
Household 88, visitation 94:
Dennison, William, 56, age at 1st marriage 24, dairy farmer.
Anna M., wife, 52, age at 1st marriage 21.

Neighboring farms: Harry Ingalls, Ethan M. Orcutt, Frank B. Moon, Stanley Clark, Charles Ingalls, Chilton Ingalls, Fenton Winchell.

The child from this marriage was:

   173 F    i. Paulina Emma Dennison was born on 15 Apr 1901.460

95. Wallace Ingalls was born in 1871 and died in Syracuse, New York.

General Notes: Obituary of Aletha M. Edick Ingalls states she was married to Wallace L Ingalls (1925- 1973. Which Wallace Ingalls?

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: porter, Doolittle house, 1901, Oneida, Madison Co., NY. 62

• Census: U.S., 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 461 305 Melrose Ave.
Ingles, Wallace, Head, age 39, m. 15 years, parents born New York, conductor, steam road
Allen (Ellen?), wife, 37, m. 15 years, 3/3 children, born Scotland, parents born Scotland
Jason, son, 14
Clinton, son, 13
Leon, son, 12

Wallace married Ellen <Ingalls>. Ellen was born in 1873 in Scotland.

Children from this marriage were:

   174 M    i. Jason Joseph Ingalls was born on 11 Jun 1895 in Syracuse, New York.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: WWI Draft Registration, 5 Jun 1917, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 462 Jason Joseph Ingles
305 Melrose Avenue, Syracuse
Born: Syracuse, NY
Coachman, NY Central R.R. Co., Syracuse, NY
Single

• Census: U.S., 1930, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 463 Ingles, Jason, Head, 33, age at 1st marriage: 33, brakeman, N.Y.C.R.R.born NY, father b. NY, mother b. Scotland
Marie, wife, 27, age at 1st marriage: 27, born Virginia, parents b. New York
Mary, sister-in-law, age 21, single

Jason married Marie <Ingalls> in 1930. Marie was born in 1903 in Virginia.

   175 M    ii. Clinton Ingalls was born in 1897.

He never married and had no children

   176 M    iii. Leon Charles Ingalls was born on 27 Aug 1898.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: WW I Draft Registration, Sep 1918, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 462 Leon Charles Ingles
305 Melrose Avenue
Age: 20
Birth: August 27, 1898
Occupation, Bakeman, N.Y.C.R.R. Co.
Nearest Relative: Wallace Ingles, 325 Melrose Ave.

Leon married

97. Fenton J. Winchell was born on 17 Jan 1861 in Chittenango Falls, Madison Co, NY, died on 29 Jan 1936 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY257 at age 75, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Fenton married Ella B. Branagan, daughter of Andrew Branagan and Mary Douglass. Ella was born on 11 Oct 1867 in West Eaton, Madison Co, NY, died on 27 May 1928 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY464 at age 60, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

The child from this marriage was:

   177 F    i. Geneva Winchell was born in 1890 in Lenox, Madison County, NY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: U. S., 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 389 Household 95, visitation 101
Winchell, Fenton, head, 62, wd.
Winchell, Geneva, daughter, 41, divorced

• Divorce: Bef 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. See census of 1930.

Geneva married Glenn M. Peckham on 10 Jun 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.,465 son of S.W. Peckham and Lillian Thayer. Glenn was born on 29 Jan 1883 in Knoxboro, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1910, Madison, Madison Co., NY. 466 Glenn M Peckham
Age in 1910: 27
Estimated birth year: abt 1883
Father's Birth Place: New York
Mother's Birth Place: Illinois
Spouse's name: Geneva M, age 20, m1, 1 year, 0/0 ch.
Home in 1910: Madison, Madison, New York

• Military: WW I Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Utica, NY. 467 Name: Glenn Male Peckham
City: Utica County: Oneida State: New York
Birth Date: 29 Jan 1883
Roll: 1819119 DraftBoard: 2

• Census: U. S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 468 Household 130, visitation 133:
Winchell, Fenton, head, age 52
Ella, wife, 52
Peckham, Glenn, son-in-law, 37
Geneva, daughter, 30

100. Gladys Mildred Ingalls 2 was born on 23 May 1897 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY and died on 1 May 1985 in Glendale, CA at age 87.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 105-30-8189.
GLADYS DEGROODT
23 May 1897
May 1985
91204 (Glendale, Los Angeles, CA ) issued New York

Gladys married Manford Lynn DeGroodt on 27 Jun 1917 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY, son of Lafayette DeGroodt and Jennie Gertrude Fearon. Manford was born on 30 Aug 1894 in Pratts Hollow, Madison Co, NY and died on 16 Aug 1970 in Burbank, Los Angeles Co, CA at age 75.

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 115-14-2708.
M DEGROODT 30 Aug 1894 Aug 1973 91504 (Burbank, Los Angeles, CA
Issued: New York

Children from this marriage were:

   178 M    i. Harlan Ingalls DeGroodt 91 was born on 4 Jun 1920 in Pratts Hollow, Madison Co, NY, died on 9 Nov 1944 in Stolberg, Germany at age 24, and was buried in Vernon Center, NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: WWII - Europe, Stolberg, Germany. 469 He was killed in action. Stolberg, Germany.

Harlan I De Groodt 42120665 PFC KIA

Harlan married Naomi Mason Wienke, daughter of Herald Jakob Wienke Sr. and Leona Mason. Naomi was born on 17 Sep 1921 and died on 22 Jan 2002 in Laguna Beach, CA298 at age 80.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 060-18-7118. NAOMI W DEGROODT 17 Sep 1921 22 Jan 2002 (V) 92652 (Laguna Beach, Orange, CA ) issued New York

   179 M    ii. Richard Lynn DeGroodt was born on 8 Nov 1925 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Adoption:

103. Vera Louise Ingalls was born on 22 Aug 1893 in Marathon, NY and died on 15 Jan 1973 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY at age 79.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 069-52-6005.

Vera married Fenton Eli Bliss, son of Eli Jay Bliss and Augusta Butler. Fenton was born on 22 Aug 1888, died on 29 Jul 1959 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY at age 70, and was buried in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Children from this marriage were:

   180 M    i. Robert Arnold Bliss was born on 6 Mar 1919 in Smithfield, Madison Co, NY, died on 27 Mar 1996 in Cazenovia, Madison Co., NY at age 77, and was buried on 31 Mar 1996 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Noted events in his life were:

• Obituary: Post-Standard, 29 Mar 1996, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 470 NewsBank InfoWeb
America's Obituaries & Death Notices

ROBERT A. BLISS
Edition: Metro
Section: Obit
Page: D10
Dateline: CAZENOVIA

Deceased Name: ROBERT A. BLISS

Robert A. Bliss, 77, of Cody Road died Wednesday at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, after a brief illness.

A native of Phelps, Mr. Bliss had resided most of his life in the Morrisville and Cazenovia areas. He retired in 1974 after 27 years with the state Department of Conservation in Cortland. His first wife, the former Jane Marie Hildrebrand, died in 1986.

Mr. Bliss was a life member of National Trappers' Association and was a member of the former Canastota Lodge, F&AM. He was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II.

Surviving are his wife, the former Annemarie Goetschel of Cazenovia; three sons, Aaron of Pompei, David of Cazenovia and Kevin of Chittenango; four daughters, Donna Henry and Sharon Chandler, both of Chittenango, Beverly Ledgerwood of Canandaigua and Mary Ellen Holt of Hingham, Mass.; a brother, John of Red Creek; five sisters, Eulalie St. Don of Peterboro, Louise Romer of Whitelaw, Sally O'Shea of Cortland, Olive Grabow of Cazenovia and Drucilla Wemett of Rochester; two stepdaughters, Linda Burd of Hebron, Neb., and Marlis Gebauer of Boise, Idaho; 12 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Barker-Burgess Funeral Home, Morrisville, the Rev. Matthew Schnur officiating. Burial will be in Peterboro Cemetery.

Calling hours will be 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.

Contributions may be made to Smithfield Rescue Squad.

Copyright, 1996, The Herald Company
Record Number: 9603290238

• Social Security Number: 092-18-9841.

Robert married Jane Marie Hildrebrand. Jane died in 1986.

Robert next married Annemarie Goetschel. Annemarie was born in Germany. They had no children.

   181 M    ii. Eli Dorrance Bliss was born on 17 Sep 1920 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY and died on 24 Sep 1944 at age 24.

Death Notes: Killed during WWII.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service: WW II, 18 Feb 1941. 471 Killed during military service.
ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 32031277
NAME BLISS ELI D
RESIDENCE: NEW YORK
RESIDENCE: MADISON
PLACE OF ENLISTMENT: SYRACUSE NEW YORK
DATE OF ENLISTMENT DAY: 18
DATE OF ENLISTMENT MONTH: 02
DATE OF ENLISTMENT YEAR: 41
GRADE: ALPHA DESIGNATION PVT
GRADE: CODE 8 Private
BRANCH: ALPHA DESIGNATION BI Undefined Code
BRANCH: CODE Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
TERM OF ENLISTMENT: Undefined Code
LONGEVITY
SOURCE OF ARMY PERSONNEL: Civil Life
NATIVITY: NEW YORK
YEAR OF BIRTH: 20
RACE AND CITIZENSHIP: White, citizen
EDUCATION: 2 years of high school
CIVILIAN OCCUPATION: AUTOMOBILE SERVICEMAN
MARITAL STATUS: Single, without dependents
COMPONENT OF THE ARMY: Selectees (Enlisted Men)

CARD NUMBER
BOX NUMBER 0457
FILM REEL NUMBER 3.179





   182 F    iii. Eulalie Fenton Bliss was born on 17 Sep 1921 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Eulalie married Jack Joseph St. Don on 1 Jan 1946 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.,472 son of Solomon St. Don and Eleanor Pomroy. Jack was born on 14 Jul 1921 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.472

   183 M    iv. John Conrad Ingalls Bliss was born on 6 Oct 1922 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY and died on 19 Dec 2004 in Wolcott, NY at age 82.

Noted events in his life were:

• Obituary: Syracuse Post Standard, 21 Dec 2004, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 473
John "Jack" Bliss
December 19, 2004 John "Jack" Bliss, 82, of Kyle Rd., Wolcott, NY, died Sunday at Newark Hospital, Newark, NY. Jack was born on October 6, 1922, in Oneida, the son of the late Fenton and Vera Louise Ingalls Bliss. He had resided in Wolcott for the past 57 years. He had been a carpenter for many years, retiring from Mott's Lumber in Red Creek. He was a member of the Wolcott Elks Club #1763, and the Red Creek Conservation Club. He is survived by his wife Barbara Lovelace Bliss; daughters, Anona Fowler and Lila (Robert) Chatfield, all of Wolcott; sons, Eli (Linda) Bliss of Wolcott and Allen (Lucky) Bliss of Red Creek; 12 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; several great-great-grandchildren; five sisters, Eulalie St. Don of Morrisville, Vera Louise (Eugene) Romer of Canastota, Sally O'Shea of Cortland, Olive Grabow of Cazenovia, Drusilla Wemett of Rochester; sister-in-law, Aileen Lovelace of Akron, NY. He was predeceased by a son, Conrad Ingalls Bliss, and two brothers, Robert A. and Eli D. Bliss. Calling hours 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, December 21, at Becker Funeral Home, Red Creek. Funeral services: 1 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Contributions: Red Creek Ambulance, Red Creek, NY 13143, or the Wolcott Ambulance, New Hartford St., Wolcott, NY 14590.
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 12/21/2004.
Published in the Oneida Dispatch on 12/21/2004.

John married Barbara Lovelace.

   184 F    v. Vera Louise Bliss was born on 4 Aug 1925 in Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Vera married Eugene Romer.

   185 F    vi. Sally Agusta Bliss was born on 23 May 1927 in Morrisville, Madison Co, NY.

Sally married Francis Edward O'Shea.

   186 F    vii. Olive June Bliss was born on 13 Jan 1930 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Olive married Arthur William Grabow.

   187 F    viii. Drusilla Hazel Bliss was born on 24 Oct 1932 in Peterboro, Madison Co., NY.

Drusilla married Wemett.

104. Colonel Robert Dorrance Ingalls was born on 12 Jun 1896 in New Berlin, NY and died in Jul 1963 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama at age 67.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: U.S., 1920, Fairfax, Virginia. 474 Name: Robert D Ingalls
Home in 1920: A. A. Humphreys Millitary Camp, Fairfax, Virginia
Age: 23 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1897
BirthPlace: New York
Engineer

• Census: U.S., 1930, Duluth, St Louis, Minnesota. 475 729 East First Street, Dwelling 80, visit 179:
Robert D Ingalls 33 , b. NY, captain U.S. Army
Wilella Ingalls 27, b. Alabama, mother and father, born Alabama
Robert D Ingalls 6, b.
Thomas P Ingalls 4, b. Texas

• Education: Auburn University, Auburn, Lee, Alabama. Master degree, Mathematics.

• Military Service: Company "D" Fifth Engineers, 1917-1918, Camp A. A. Humphreys, VA. 476 OFFICERS OF COMPANY "D"
Captain Robert D. Ingalls, Phelps, New York.

• Military: U.S. Army, Oct 1941, Arkansas. Lieut. Col. Robert D. Ingalls, U. S. Army Camp, Joseph N. Robinson, Arkansas.

• Military: The Building of The Alaska Highway, 35th Engineers Regiment. Northwest Epic: The Building of the Alaska Highway
Heath Twichell (1934 - )
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992.

• Military: Commanding officer, 35th Engineer Regiment. 477 Colonel Robert D. Ingalls, Commanding Officer of the 35th Engineer Regiment and later in charge of the Alaska Highway's southern sector, subsequently commanded the Engineer Training Center at Camp Ellis, Illinois. Ingalls tried his best to make good Engineers of the men sent to Ellis, many of whom were in the lower mental and physical categories, the draft having earlier skimmed off the cream. When his tough methods resulted in a rise in training injuries and AWOLs, complaints reached General Somervell's office. Though staunchly defended by his immediate superiors, Ingalls was transferred to another assignment in May 1944. He retired in 1945 and began a second career. Despite his stomach ulcer and a developing heart condition, he taught mathematics and mechanical engineering at the University of Alabama for eighteen years.
excerpted from Epilogue, A Salute

• Military: Service. Served in France, WW I as Captain, corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1918, assigned to Alabama Polytechnic Institute as P.M.S. & T., Program of Military Science & Tactics (ROTC), then various assignments in Corp of engineers, U.S. Army, in Ft. Sam Houston, Texas; Ft. Logan, Colo., Duluth Minn.; Ft. DuPont, Del.; Ft. Dix, NJ; Panama Canal Zone; Providence, RI; Ft. Bragg, N.C.; regimental commander, 35th Engineers, Little Rock, Ark.; Southern Commander, Alcan Highway for which he received distinguished service medal. Professor engineering school, Auburn University, Auburn, Ala.

Robert married Wilella Plant in Aug 1922 in Opelika, Lee Co., Alabama, daughter of William Thomas Plant and Ella Rhee Slaton. Wilella was born on 20 Jan 1903 and died on 26 Nov 1987 in Auburn, Lee, Alabama at age 84.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Notice: Atlanta Constitution, 25 Jun 1922, Atlanta, Georgia. 478 PLANT-INGALLS
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Plant, of Opelika, Ala., announce the engagement of their daughter, Wilella, to Captain Robert D. Ingalls, C. E., of Phelps, N. Y., the marriage to take place in August.

Noted events in her life were:

• Social Security Number: 424-58-4654, 1961-1987. 479 Name: Wilella P. Ingalls Last Residence: 36830 Auburn, Lee, Alabama, Born: 20 Jan 1903 Died: 26 Nov 1987 State (Year) SSN issued: Alabama (1961 )

• Census: U.S., 1920, Opelika, Lee Co., Alabama. 480 Willella Plant Age: 16 years
BirthPlace: Alabama
Relation to Head of House: Daughter
Father's name: Thomas
Father's Birth Place: Alabama
Mother's Birth Place: Alabama
Marital status: Single
Household Members:
Thomas Plant 55
Ella Plant 47
Kathleen Plant 18
Willella Plant 16
William Plant 14
Mary E Plant 12
James Plant 10
Martha Plant 8

Children from this marriage were:

   188 M    i. Colonel Robert Dorrance Ingalls Jr. was born on 23 Apr 1923 in Opelika, Lee Co., Alabama, died on 12 Sep 2000 in Winter Park, Orange County, Florida at age 77, and was buried in Arlington, Virginia.

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: West Point Military Academy, 1944, West Point, New York. 481 14421
COL Robert Dorrance Ingalls, Jr. USAF (Retired)
April 23, 1923 - September 12, 2000
usma1944-E1

• Social Security Number: SSN: 420-52-8113, 1956. 482 Robert D. Ingalls Last Residence: 32792 Winter Park, Orange, Florida, United States of America Born: 23 Apr 1923 Died: 12 Sep 2000 State (Year) SSN issued: Alabama (1956-1957 )

• Obituary: Reno Gazette-Journal, 16 Sep 2000, Reno, NV.
WINTER PARK, Fla. - Robert D. Ingalls Jr., 77, died Sept. 12, 2000, at Winter Park Hospital.
A native of Auburn, Ala., he was born April 23, 1923, to Robert D. Sr. and Willomina (Plant) Ingalls and had lived seasonally in central Florida and Reno since 1990.
Ingalls was an Air Force pilot for more than 30 years. He served in World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars and was a West Point Graduate.
Surviving are son Robert D. of Orlando and two grandchildren.
Cremation is under the direction of Carey Hand Cox-Parker Funeral Home, Winter Park.
Section: Milestones
Page: 8C
Copyright (c) Reno Gazette-Journal. Reproduced with the permission of Gannett Co., Inc. by NewsBank, inc.

Robert married Jane S. Smith on 30 Sep 1948 in Jefferson County, Alabama.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Married: 30 Sep 1948, Jefferson County, Alabama. 483 Robert Ingalls Jr Marriage Date: 30 Sep 1948
14350

• Married: Jane S. Smith, 30 Sep 1948, Jefferson County, Alabama. Smith, Jane S. 9 30 48
14350

   189 M    ii. Thomas Plant Ingalls was born on 25 Jun 1925 in Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: engineer, Burlington, NC. Western Electric

Thomas married Anne Norman on 5 Sep 1951 in Opelika, Lee Co., Alabama, daughter of Harry B. Norman and Electra Dickson. Anne was born on 22 Apr 1930 in Opelika, Lee Co., Alabama.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Married: 5 Sep 1951, Lee County, Alabama. 483 Name: Thomas P Ingalls
Marriage Date: Sep 5 1951
County: Lee State: Alabama
15038

• Married: Anne Norman, 5 Sep 1951, Opelika, Lee Co., Alabama. 485 Norman, Anne, 9 5 51
15038

108. Roger O. Ingalls was born on 21 Feb 1901 in Washington, DC and died in Feb 1995 at age 94.

Noted events in his life were:

• Social Security Number: 075-09-7101.

• Census: U.S., Apr 1930, Bronx, New York. 486 4568-70 Spuyton Duyvil Parkway
Dwelling 3, visitation 26
Roger Ingalls
BirthPlace: Washington, father born NY, mother born Washington, D.C.; engineer, chemical factory
Age at first marriage: 21 for both
Spouses's Name: Leonore, born Massachusetts, mother born Canada Cag., father born Canada
R. Standish Ingalls, son, 6
Leonore Ingalls, daughter, 4-6/12

Roger married Leonore <Ingalls> in 1922. Leonore was born in 1902 in Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

   190 M    i. Roger Standish Ingalls was born on 31 Jan 1924 in New York.

Noted events in his life were:

• Biography: Who's Who in Insurance, 1979-1986. Name: Ingalls, Roger Standish
Birth - Death: 1924-
Source Citation: Who's Who in Insurance. 1979-1986 editions; Englewood, NJ: Underwriter Printing & Publishing Co., 1979-1986.

• Residence: Morristown, Morris County, NJ. 487 Name: Roger S Ingalls
Birth Date: 31 Jan 1924
Street Address: 49 Schoolhouse Ln
City: Morristown
County: Morris
State: New Jersey
Zip Code: 07960
Phone Number: 973
Household Members:
Dorothy M Ingalls 79 1927
Roger S Ingalls 82 1924

Roger married Dorothy M. <Ingalls>.

   191 F    ii. Leonore Ingalls was born in 1925 in New York.

109. Stanley Stuart Ingalls was born on 1 Jun 1892 in Lee Center, NY285 and died on 21 Mar 1950 in Fulton, Oswego, NY at age 57.

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: WWI Draft Registration, 5 Jun 1917, Oswego Co., NY. 488 Dr. Stanley Stuart Ingalls
Parish, Oswego County, New York
BirthPlace: Lee Center, New York;
Age: 25, Occupation: Physician
Birth Date: May 31 1892

• AKA: Stanley Stuart Ingalls, 1918, Parish, Oswego Co., NY.

• Census: U.S., 3 Jan 1920, Parish, Oswego Co., NY. 489 Main Street
Household 48, visitation 53;
Ingalls, Stanley S., head, 27, single, physician.

• Census: U.S., 9 Apr 1930, Oswego, Fulton Co., NY. 490 409 South Fourth Street;
Ingalls, Stanley; 38; m age 28; physician.
Blanche, wife; 39, m age 29; b NY; parents b NY.
Betty, daughter, 9.

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald Journal, 21 Mar 1950, Syracuse, New York. 491 Syracuse Herald Journal
March 21, 1950, p. 14

Dr. S. S. Ingalls
Dies at Fulton
FULTON--Dr. Stanley S. Ingalls, a veteran of both World Wars and associated with the Veterans Administration in Syracuse, died suddenly today at his home in 7 N. Third st.

Dr. Ingalls was born in Lee Center, son of Phineas and Emma Ingalls, and practiced medicine in Parish for 11 years before coming to Fulton 26 years ago. He was an eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist.

He was a member of Fulton Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Baron Steuben Masonic Lodge of Lee Center. He was also a member of the Oswego County Medical Society.

Surviving besides his wife, Mrs. Blanche Morgan Ingalls, are a daughter, Mrs. John Davis, Fulton; and a sister, Miss Gladys Ingalls, Aurora; also a grandson.

Stanley married Blanche Morgan. Blanche was born circa 1891 in New York.

The child from this marriage was:

   192 F    i. Betty Ingalls was born circa 1921 in New York.

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 1991, Fulton, Oswego, NY.

Betty married John Davis in Fulton, Oswego, NY.


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