Conrad Klock, Sr. (1722-1815)


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   507 M    iii. 1. Conrad Klock Sr.,1,2 son of Hendrick Klock and Maria Margaretha Schopferin, was born about 1722, died in 1815 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in 1816 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.3

Burial Notes: No stone according to Tuttle
Possible burial on the Klock farm, deeded to Conrad, Jr.

General Notes:
Notes for CONRAD CLOCK:
Listed in 1790 Census, Montgomery, New York as Conradt Clock. Conradt was one of the first settlers in Fairfield, New York, and was one of the first settlers and founder of Clocksville, New York. The land was purchased from Oneida Indians in 1802. The town of Clocksville was named after him. Conrad Clock was a pvt. in Col. Jacob Klock's Reg't. of the New York Militia. Conrad and his sons, Jacob and Joseph were captured in Fairfield during one of British raids. They were taken to Canada. They then enlisted into the British Army. They were ordered to the Mohawk Valley to fight, instead they deserted the British Army and returned home. Conrad and some of his children later returned to Canada where some of his descendants live today. Conrad was a large man, when he ran out of ammunition, he used a large club on the head of his enemy.
Notes for ANNA ELIZABETH DYGERT:
Anna Dygert was the daughter of Peter Dygert and Anna Elizabeth Fox.

Children of CONRAD CLOCK and ANNA DYGERT are:
31. i. JACOB CONRAD3 CLOCK, b. 1750; d. 1832, Toronto, York Co. On.. (see The Genealogy of the Clock Family, Ontario, Canada)
ii. ADAM CLOCK.
32. iii. JOSEPH CLOCK.
33. iv. CONRAD CLOCK, JR..
34. v. JOHN I. CLOCK, b. 1764; d. April 11, 1818.
vi. PEGGY CLOCK, m. ELIJAH ROUSE.
vii. LANEY CLOCK.
viii. CATEY CLOCK.

• Military Service: Revolutionary War. 4 Private in Col Jacob Klock's Second Regiment. Tryon County Militia.

• Military Service: Roster of New York State Troops, Albany, NY. 5 Roster of the State Troops:
Klock, Coenrad, private
Regiment: Klock
Company: Helmer

Originally published as: Documents Related to the Colonial History of the State of New York (1887)

• Property: Lot 18 Harrison Patent, Oct 1764. Letter No. 16 Letters of Joseph G. Klock

• Residence: Abt 1792, Town of Sullivan, Madison Co, NY. 1

• Property: Lot 10, Purchase Of 1802, Bef 1802, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. 6,7 Lincoln: Conrad Klock and his three sons bought the first tract of land in the town of Lincoln. Arriving in 1792, they were part of an industrious Dutch emigrant group from the Mohawk Valley that also founded settlements at Canaseraga in Sullivan and Quality Hill in Lenox. The first small hamlet in Lincoln was called Shippeville but was later renamed Clockville in honor of its founders.

Map:

Map Title A Map of the Oneida Reservation Including the Lands leased to Peter Smith
Collection Title Holland Land Company Map Collection
Project Map Title Map of lots sold on the Oneida Reservation; c. 1800
Item ID HLC Map 0341
Repository SUNY Fredonia
Source of Original Archives of the Holland Land Company; 1789-1869
Original Project Credit SUNY Fredonia/GAA Amsterdam/NDR The Hague

• Will: 28 Feb 1814, Madison County, NY.

• Probate: Klock, Conradt, 8 Jan 1816, Madison County, NY. Lenox CX-14

• Land: 250 acres, 1816, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.
1816 Conrad Klock, Sr. owned 250 acres in the Town of Lenox.
1846 Conrad Klock, Jr., the farm of about 250 acres was sold at auction by the State Att'y General in Albany to George Wells.

deeded it to Conrad Jr. and it went from Conrad Jr. to the auction block.
Description: Lot #3 on the western side of the 2 mile strip in the late Oneida Reservation--250 acres.
In 1815, 1816, 1817, 1818 there were sales. One was to Conrad Jr. The 1846 deed to the state att'y general was bk.-- BA-- p. 238, where it gave lot #, etc.
in 1815- bk K p.497
1816 bk. L p.96
1817 bk L p.187
1818 bk.M (or N) p.519
(from Sandra B. Wilsey)

• Biography: Pioneers of Madison County, Madison County, NY. 8 CLOCK, CONRAD SR. Born in Mohawk Valley about 1730. Died 1815. First settler at Clockville in 1792 with sons John, Joseph, and Conrad Jr. When the land was purchased from the Oneida Indians in 1801, he purchased the larger part of lot 11. Received a patent from the state in 1815. The same year he sold Stephen Chapman the land most of the village of Clockville occupies. He was son of Hendrick Clock, one of the earliest settlers in the Mohawk Valley near Palatine Bridge. Subscriber to Dutch Church 1812. Deeded his farm to his son Conrad Jr. in 1815. Children, Adam, John, Jacob, Joseph, Conrad Jr., Peggy, Lane, Caty. Census 1810. 11 in family. Veteran of Rev. War. Served in the Tryon Co. Militia. Conrad Clock opened a road to Sullivan and Wampsville. He settle first at Fairfield, Herkimer Co. before coming to Madison Co. He was here 10 years before this land was purchased of the Indians in 1801. He was a squatter for 10 years, he having come here in 1792. As his children married he deeded property to them for love and good will. He recorded deed to lot 3 West of the Two Mile Strip in Chenango County Clerk's Office May 18, 1803. When he settled here he was in the Town of Paris, Oneida Co. until March 5, 1795, when he was in the Town of Cazenovia, Chenango Co. until Feb. 22, 1803, when he was in the Town of Sullivan, Chenango Co. until Madison Co. was formed in 1806. After March 3, 1809, he was in the Town of Lenox. At this time Conrad made his Will he owned among other property, 50 acres in undivided land lying in Clock's patent, so called in Montgomery Co. Owned by him and Abraham Osterout of Schenectady. His Will was made Feb. 28, 1814. Will was proven Jan. 8, 1816.

• Military: Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY. 9 Name: Conrad Klock
Cemetery: Clockville
Location: Madison County, NY
Date recorded: 1956.

Conrad married Anna Elizabeth Dygert, daughter of Johann Peter Dygert and Elizabeth Fox. Anna was born in 1730 and died in 1791 in Albany County, NY.

+ 2 F    i. Catherine Clock was born about 1759 and died in 1864.

+ 3 M    ii. John Clock was born in 1764, died on 11 Apr 1816 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Klock Farm Burial Ground, Clockville, New York.

+ 4 M    iii. Joseph Klock .

+ 5 M    iv. Conrad Clock Jr. died on 4 May 1864 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

+ 6 M    v. Adam Clock was born in 1802, died on 7 Dec 1877 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,10 and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.

   7 M    vi. Jacob Klock .

   8 F    vii. Peggy Clock .

   9 F    viii. Laney Clock .

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2. Catherine Clock was born about 1759 and died in 1864.

• Census: 1830.

Catherine married Henry Adle, son of Joan George Adle (Etel) and Maria Dorothea Riemensneider, on 2 Apr 1793 in German Flats, Herkimer Co, NY.11 Henry was born on 6 Jan 1763 in Herkimer County, NY12 and died about 1822 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.13

Marriage Notes: Vol. 1 Reformed Church

Birth Notes: Sp. Hen. Riemsnider & w.

• Baptism: 6 Jan 1763, German Flats, Herkimer Co, NY. 14 Sponsors: Johann Christian Schell & Elisabeth, wife

• Baptism: 6 Jan 1763, Stone Arabia, NY. 15
Parents Child Sponsors
1763 1.6 Georg Edel Johann Henrich Johann Henrich Rie(n_)
Maria Dorothea and wife /Sneider

• Military Service: Second Tryon County Regiment, Abt 1780. 16

• Military Service: War Of 1812, 1812.

• Religion: Dutch Church, 1812.

• Residence: Lot 13 Purchase of 1802, Between 1813 and 1817, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

• Property: Lot 13, 14 May 1814, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 17 Sale to John Forbes 1 acre for One hundred dollars.

• Residence: Lot No. 24, After 1818, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

   10 F    i. Caty (Catherine) Adle was born about 1777.

   11 F    ii. Magdalena Adle was born in 1779.

   12 F    iii. Polly Adle was born in 1781.

+ 13 M    iv. Henry Adle Jr. was born about 1785 and died after 1822.

+ 14 M    v. Joseph Adle was born about 1792.

   15 F    vi. Susanna Adle was born on 7 Apr 1794 in Manheim, Herkimer Co., NY.

• Baptism: Abt Apr 1794, German Flats, Herkimer Co, NY. 14 Sponsors: Georg Baccus & Sussanna

+ 16 M    vii. John Adle was born about 1795 and died in Apr 1860.

+ 17 M    viii. Conrad Adle was born in 1801 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY18 and died on 4 Oct 1888.18

+ 18 M    ix. George Adle was born about 1803.

3. John Clock was born in 1764, died on 11 Apr 1816 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Klock Farm Burial Ground, Clockville, New York.

• Residence: 1802, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

• Military Service: 2nd Regiment Tryon Co. Militia, Rev. War. 4

• Property: Lot 10 Purchase of 1802, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. John Klock received a Letters Patent from NYS for Lot # 10 of the 1802 Purchase of land from the Oneida Indians dated 11/13/1815. This grant consisted of 161 acres. The document apparently wasn't filed until 5/28/1926.

1926 - Land purchased by Klock descendants, Clarence F. Hutchinson
then in 2002 Lomond I. and Mary W. Berry sold to Darlene Sandlin, first non-Klock descendant to own the property.

• removed: 1815, Brewerton, NY.

• Probate: 15 Jun 1816, Madison County, NY. 19

John married Appolonia Keller. Appolonia died on 6 Jan 1838 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.20

• Will: June 18, 1816 at Cazenovia proved, 29 Mar 1838, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 21 Heirs:

John Clock, loving son - five dollars
Peter Clock, loving son - five dollars
Mary Clock and Christian, the two heirs at law of loving son Christian Clock, deceased, five dollars to be equally divided between them
Conrad Clock, loving son - one dollar
David Snyder, loving grandson - five dollars and his bed and bedding
My three daughters: Mary, Lana & Betsey - two beds & bedding, my wearing apparel to be equally divided between them
My three sons: Adam Clock, Henry Clock and George Clock

Adam Clock, appointed executor

+ 19 F    i. Polly Clock was born on 29 Aug 1784 and died on 19 May 1857.

+ 20 M    ii. George Clock was born before 20 Sep 1789 in Canajoharie Castle, NY.22

+ 21 F    iii. Maria Clock .

+ 22 M    iv. Christian Klock died on 7 Mar 1826.

+ 23 M    v. Peter Klock was born in 1796, died on 22 Aug 1862 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.23

+ 24 M    vi. John Klock died on 12 Mar 1835 in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.

+ 25 F    vii. Lana (Lena) Clock was born circa 1792 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY and died before 1850 in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.

+ 26 M    viii. Adam Clock was born in 1802, died on 7 Dec 1877 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,10 and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.

+ 27 F    ix. Elizabeth Clock was born on 17 Mar 1804 in New York and died on 28 Apr 1866.

+ 28 M    x. Henry Clock was born in 1806.

+ 29 M    xi. Conrad Clock was born in 1809, died on 3 Mar 1864 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.23,24

+ 30 F    xii. Margaret Clock died before 1827.

4. Joseph Klock .

• Military Service: 2nd Regiment Tryon Co. Militia, Rev. War. 4

• Military Service: War Of 1812, 1812.

• Residence: 1802, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 1

• Property: Sold 40 acres east side to John I Clock (son), 14 Oct 1815. Purchase of 1802, Lot 20.

• misc.: Quitclaim of Lot 18 to Stephen Chapman, 1824, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. Moved to the town of Hastings, Oswego Co., New York.

• Moved: 1824, Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

• Census: 1830, Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY. 25 This data is the same as for Conrad Klock
1830 Page 225 Male | Female
Eliphalet Phelps |
Conrad Clock 1010100010000|0001100010
Joseph Clock 0000100010000|0000000010
Joseph Pierce
Joseph Clock 2 1210001000000|000001000
Henry Adle Jr 1100010000000|000001000
Conrad Clock 2 1000100000000|110010000

• Census: 1840, Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY. 26 This data is the same as for Conrad
1840 Page 212 Male | Female
Eliphalet Phelps |
Coonrad Clock 0000000001000|000000001
John C Clock 1000010000000|110001000
Joseph Clock 2 1032200100001|120010000
Moses Clock 2001000000000|100010000
Coonrad Clock 1100010000000|122001000

Joseph married Mary <Klock>.

+ 31 M    i. John I or J Klock 3rd was born about 1782 and died in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

+ 32 M    ii. Joseph Klock Jr. was born in 1785, died on 2 Jul 1873 in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

+ 33 F    iii. Margaret (Peggy) Klock was born in 1803, died on 5 May 1846, and was buried in Sunny Side Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

5. Conrad Clock Jr. died on 4 May 1864 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: 1802, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

• Census: 1830, Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY. 27 This data is the same as Joseph
1830 Page 225 Male | Female
Eliphalet Phelps |
Conrad Clock 1010100010000|0001100010
Joseph Clock 0000100010000|0000000010
Joseph Pierce
Joseph Clock 2 1210001000000|000001000
Henry Adle Jr 1100010000000|000001000
Conrad Clock 2 1000100000000|110010000

• Census: 1840, Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY. 26 This data is the same as for Joseph
1840 Page 212 Male | Female
Eliphalet Phelps |
Conrad Clock 0000000001000|000000001
John C Clock 1000010000000|110001000
Joseph Clock 2 1032200100001|120010000
Moses Clock 2001000000000|100010000
Conrad Clock 1100010000000|122001000

• Obituary: 16 May 1864. 10

Conrad married Kaziah Carish.

   34 M    i. Joseph Clock .

• Emigration: Hastings, Oswego Co., NY.

• Military Service: War of 1812.

   35 M    ii. John C. Clock was born in 1806, died in 1882, and was buried in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.

John married Mary Ann <Clock>. Mary was born in 1819 and died in 1907.

   36 M    iii. Benjamin Clock was born in 1840, died on 8 Jul 1862, and was buried in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

Burial Notes: Hastings Cemetery

Benjamin married Mary <Clock>. Mary was born in 1840 and died on 8 Jul 1862 in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

+ 37 M    iv. Conrad Clock 3rd was born in 1808 and died in 1881.

   38 F    v. Nancy Clock .

Nancy married Snyder.

   39 F    vi. Barbara Clock .

6. Adam Clock was born in 1802, died on 7 Dec 1877 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,10 and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.

Burial Notes: Adam, son of John, died Decebmer 6, 1877, ae 75.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee-Journal, 14 Dec 1877, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
Adam Clock, a respected citizen of Clockville, and father-in-law of Abraham Tuttle and Stephen Moot, Esqs., of that place, died at his residence on the 7th. last, aged about 75 years. Mr. Clock had passed nearly his entire life in that vicinity, the village of Clockville having derived its name from his father, one of the first settlers of that region. The deceased leaves a wife and several grown children. The funeral took place from the residence on Sunday afternoon last.

Adam married Malinda Forbes, daughter of Bartholmew Forbes and Leah Anguish, on 4 Jul 1830. Malinda was born in 1810, died on 23 Apr 1857 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.24,29

Burial Notes: Melinda (Forbes), wife of Adam Clock, d. April 23, 1857, ae 48.

   40 F    i. Elizabeth Clock was born in 1831 and died in 1871.

Elizabeth married Hale.

+ 41 F    ii. Mary Jane Clock was born in 1832, died on 25 Jun 1917 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY,30 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.31

+ 42 F    iii. Catherine Clock was born in 1837, died on 11 Sep 1906,32 and was buried on 14 Sep 1906 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   43 F    iv. Carolina Abalona Clock died Infancy.

+ 44 M    v. Charles Duane Clock was born on 24 May 1855 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died on 10 Oct 1925 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,33 and was buried on 13 Oct 1925 in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.24

Adam next married Harriet <Klock>. Harriet was born in 1819 in Herkimer County, NY, died on 25 Jan 1901 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,34 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Undocumented burial


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13. Henry Adle Jr. was born about 1785 and died after 1822.

• Residence: Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Census: 1830, Town of Sterling, Cayuga Co, NY. 35 Cayuga County, NY
1830 Census Town of Sterling Page 413
Male | Female
Joseph Adle Sr 021001000000|210001010
...
John Hart
...
Jacob Forbes 010000010000|000100001
Joseph Adle 001110001000|010001010
Henry Adle 000010000000|021001000

• Census: 1840, Town of Sterling, Cayuga Co, NY. 36
John McBride
John Adle 2000010000000|020001
Peter McKoy
Joseph Adle 0000010001000|00000001
Ephraim Adle 0000100000000|03000100

Henry married Susanna <Adle>.

+ 45 M    i. John Adle was born in 1812 in New York.

14. Joseph Adle was born about 1792.

• Census: 1830, Town of Sterling, Cayuga Co, NY. 37 Cayuga County, NY
1830 Census Town of Sterling Page 413
Male | Female
Joseph Adle Sr 021001000000|210001010
...
John Hart
...
Jacob Forbes 010000010000|000100001
Joseph Adle 001110001000|010001010
Henry Adle 000010000000|021001000

1840 Census Town of Sterling Page 321

John McBride
John Adle 2000010000000|020001
Peter McKoy
Joseph Adle 0000010001000|00000001
Ephraim Adle 0000100000000|03000100

Joseph married Mary <Adle>. Mary was born in 1800 and died before 1860.

   46 M    i. Adle was born about 1828.

+ 47 M    ii. Henry Adle was born in 1829 and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.38

16. John Adle was born about 1795 and died in Apr 1860.

• Census: U.S., 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 39 Visit 540
John Adle, 66, farmer, realty 2130
Mary, 57
Joseph, 22, farmer
John J., 18

• Tax List: 1835, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 40 71 acres

John married Mary Boyer, daughter of Johannes Boyer and Anna "Nancy" Gartrant. Mary was born about 1774 and died in May 1860.

+ 48 F    i. Betsy Ann Adle was born in 1813, died on 24 Jul 1879, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.24

   49 M    ii. Joseph Adle was born on 1 Oct 181741 and died on 19 Mar 1869.

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth.

• Probate: 10 Apr 1869, Madison County, NY. 42

• Residence: 1869, Lenox, Madison County, NY.

• Will: Bef 1869.

Joseph married Ayr Spofford. Ayr was born on 29 Mar 1822 and died on 11 Dec 1875.

+ 50 M    iii. John Jay Adle was born in 1832.

+ 51 F    iv. Nancy Adle .

17. Conrad Adle was born in 1801 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY18 and died on 4 Oct 1888.18

• Military: Delinquent Fine, 30 Dec 1819, Madison County, NY. 43 He appeared on the List of Delinquents of the 35th Brigade of Infantry of the Militia of the State of New York, composed of the 129th, 65th, 143rd, and 74th Regiments in the County of Madison:

74th Regiment: Conrad Adle, Lenox.

• Tax List: 1835, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 44

• Property: 40 acres of Henry Adle's farm, 26 Oct 1822, Lenox, Madison County, NY.
Volume V Page 426 26 Oct 1822
In a deed Henry's wife and children signed 40 acres over
to his son, Conrad, for $500. This property was later sold.
Volume V Page 428 10 Jul 1826
The above property was sold to the Lenox Iron Works
for $40 by Conrad Adle and his wife, Abby, at the later date

The first deed appears to be the estate of Henry. The
second may have been part of the founding of the
Lenox Iron Works.

Both deeds were recorded on 21 Mar 1825

• Property: Lot No 2 Cowaselon Tract, 1 Apr 1861. 45 Book 117 Page 296
Lot No 2 Cowaselon Tract
Grantor: Jacob P Huyck & wife
Grantee: Conrad Adle
Land: 1 Acre
Consideration: $1
Deed: 1 Apr 1861
Recorded: 1 April 1861

• Property: Lot No 1 Cowaselon Tract, 18 Sep 1857, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 46 book 116 Page 295
Lot No 1 Cowaselon Tract
Grantor: Sylvester Miller & Hannah, wife
Grantee: Conrad Adle
Acre: 3.5
Consideration: $113
Deed: 18 Apr 1857
Recorded: 29 Mar 1889

• Census: U.S., 1830, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 47

• Census: U.S., 1840, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 48

• Census: U.S., 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 49 Visit 321
Conrad 59 (error, should be age 49) - Laborer, Realty $150
Abigal 46
Jabus 23 - boatman
Eliza C. 12
Abigal 11
Huldah A. 9
Lucius 7

• Census: U.S., 12 Jul 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 50 Visit 972
Conrad 59
Abigail 56 (born Vt.)
Charity 22
Sylvanus 28
Emma 8 months

• Census: U.S., 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 51 Visitation 251
Conrad 70
Abigail 68
Huldah 29

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Conrod ADLE Self M Male W 79 NY MA MA
Abbey ADLE Wife M Female W 76 VT House Keeping VT VT

• Obituary: Oneida Democratic Union, 10 Oct 1888, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. 53 Clockville.
--Conrad Adle, aged 90 years, died at
the residence of his daughter, Mrs.
Lewis Betsinger, on Saturday last. The
funeral will be held to-day at the house.
He was a life-long resident of this town
and remembers when Clockville had
but three houses, and only a footpath
led to Canasaraga. He was a life-long
Democrat.

Conrad married Abigail Raymond, daughter of Nicodemus L. Raymond and Marthy Lincoln, about 1825. Abigail was born in 1803 in Vermont54 and died on 13 Nov 1884.

Marriage Notes: Goff lists Abigail Raymond b. 1809 as wife

Birth Notes: 1880 census notes Abigail and her parents were born in Vermont.

1860 census notes Abigail was born in Vermont.

• Probate: 30 Apr 1885, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 55 L. Romain Adle, Administrator
Personalty $50
Realty $350
Heirs:
Conrad Adle, husband
Romain Adle, son
Martha Mitchell, daughter
Charity Ingles, daughter
Abbe Scribner, daughter
John Adle, son (deceased)
1. Franklin
2. Warren
3. Ellen Van Dusen
4. Adelaide
5. Romaine L.
6. Alice Mason
Matilda Smith, daughter (deceased)
1. Cora Smith
2. Huldah O'Brien

• AKA: Abigail Reynolds, 1936. 3 Wm. H. Tuttle's Sept. 30, 1936 article (as appeared in the St. Johnsville Press) on the ADLE Family:

"Henry Adle...one of the original settlers (to Lincoln..)b. ? d.1822 wife Catherine, Children; Henry Jr., wife Sosanne(sp.), Conrad, George, Joseph, Polly,Magdalene, Katy and John.


Conrad
, b. in Lenox 1801 d. Oct. 4, 1888 wife Abigail Raymond b.1809. Children Jabus 1827, Rachael 1830, Eliza Charity 1838 md. Sylvanus Dawley , Abigail 1839 md. Thad Scriber (sp.?), Hulda A.1841, Romaine 1844, Rachael md. Lewis Betsinger.

• AKA: Abigail Raymond. 56,57

• Alt. Birth: 1804, Vermont. 58

+ 52 M    i. Jabez (John) Adle was born in 1827, died on 15 Dec 1865,24 and was buried in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY.24

+ 53 F    ii. Rachel Adle was born in 1831, died on 24 Nov 1894, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 54 F    iii. Abigail Adle was born on 27 Mar 1838 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died on 14 May 1927 in Cass County, Iowa, and was buried on 1 Jun 1927 in Lewis Cemetery, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa.

+ 55 F    iv. Charity Eliza Adle was born on 16 Dec 1839 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 22 Jan 1925 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York,59,60 and was buried on 24 Jan 1925 in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY.61

   56 F    v. Hulda A. Adle was born in 1841.

• Census: U.S., 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
Hulda Adle, age 18, living with her brother Romeyn, age 17, at her sister's Rachel (Adle) & Lewis Betsinger farm.

+ 57 M    vi. Lucius Romain Adle was born on 20 Oct 1843, died on 1 Jan 1919 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY,62 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   58 F    vii. Martha Adle .

Martha married Mitchell.

+ 59 F    viii. Matilda Adle .

18. George Adle was born about 1803.

• Tax List: 1835, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 40 20 acres

George married unknown.

+ 60 M    i. George Adle .

19. Polly Clock was born on 29 Aug 1784 and died on 19 May 1857.

Polly married Rev. Silas Spaulding. Silas was born on 11 May 1783 and died on 5 May 1881.

   61 F    i. Nancy (Adopted) Spaulding .

Nancy married Asa Clark.

20. George Clock was born before 20 Sep 1789 in Canajoharie Castle, NY.22

• Baptism: 20 Sep 1789, Saint Johnsville, NY. 63

• Residence: 1850, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

George married Nancy <Clock>.

   62 M    i. Darwin Clock Jr was born in 1823.

   63 F    ii. Lovina Clock was born in 1826.

21. Maria Clock .

Maria married John J. Young,64 son of Young and Unknown. John was born about 1790 and was buried in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.64

• Military Service: War Of 1812, 1812. 64

• Residence: Hastings, Oswego Co., NY. 3,64

   64 M    i. John Young .

John married Sally <Young>.

   65 M    ii. Frank Young died on 6 Mar 1855.

   66 M    iii. Young was born in 1839 and died on 28 Sep 1843.

22. Christian Klock died on 7 Mar 1826.

Christian married Nancy <Klock>.

   67 F    i. Mary Klock .

+ 68 M    ii. Christian Klock Jr .

23. Peter Klock was born in 1796, died on 22 Aug 1862 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.23

Burial Notes: Peter, son of John, died Aug 22, 1862, aeed --

General Notes: Resided in Steuben, Oneida County in will of Appolinia Clock 1833.

Peter married Anna Ordendorf. Anna was born in 1796, died on 3 Jun 1872, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.

Burial Notes: Anna, wife of Peter Clock. d. June 3, 1872, ae 76.

+ 69 M    i. John Jacob Clock was born in 1820.

   70 F    ii. Maria Clock was born in 1824, died in 1848, and was buried in Klock Farm Burial Ground, Clockville, New York.

   71 M    iii. Henry Clock was born in 1826.

   72 F    iv. Caroline Clock was born in 1832.

   73 M    v. Michael Clock was born in 1834.

   74 F    vi. Margaret Clock was born in 1836 and died in 1873.

Margaret married Peter Orendorf. Peter was born in 1838 and died on 10 Aug 1875.

   75 F    vii. Catherine Clock .

Catherine married Smith.

   76 M    viii. Harvey Clock was born in 1838.

   77 M    ix. Christopher Clock .

   78 F    x. Elizabeth Clock .

24. John Klock died on 12 Mar 1835 in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.

General Notes: Three minor children of John Clock named in Appolonia Clock's will of 1833:
Abigail, James and Henry of Hastings, Oswego County.

John married Lydia <Klock>. Lydia was born in 1799 and died on 11 May 1872.

   79 F    i. Abigail Klock .

   80 M    ii. James Klock .

   81 M    iii. Henry Klock .

25. Lana (Lena) Clock was born circa 1792 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY and died before 1850 in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.

• AKA: Lana. 64 As listed under John Clock entry

• AKA: Lena. 64 As listed under Yorton entry

Lana married John P. Yorton, son of Nicholas Yorton and Catharine Hufnail, in 1815 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY 65.,66 John was born in 1790 in Laurens, Otsego Co., NY and died on 25 Oct 1859 in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.

• Emigration: 1821, Hastings, Oswego Co., NY.

• Military Service: War of 1812. JOHN P YERTAN
Company: 129 REG'T (FARNHAM'S), NEW YORK MILITIA. Rank - Induction: PRIVATE
Rank - Discharge: PRIVATE
Roll Box: 234 Roll Exct: 602

• Occupation: storekeeper at Clockville, NY, Bef 1812, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 82 M    i. John C. Yorton was born on 13 May 1817.

+ 83 M    ii. Joseph H. Yorton was born circa 1823 and was buried in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.64

+ 84 M    iii. Peter Yorton was born circa 1825.

+ 85 F    iv. Rozilda L. Yorton was born on 8 Oct 1826, died on 21 Apr 1891 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI, and was buried in Gordon Cemetery, Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

   86 M    v. Paul Yorton was born circa 1827.

26. Adam Clock was born in 1802, died on 7 Dec 1877 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY,10 and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.

Burial Notes: Adam, son of John, died Decebmer 6, 1877, ae 75.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee-Journal, 14 Dec 1877, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
Adam Clock, a respected citizen of Clockville, and father-in-law of Abraham Tuttle and Stephen Moot, Esqs., of that place, died at his residence on the 7th. last, aged about 75 years. Mr. Clock had passed nearly his entire life in that vicinity, the village of Clockville having derived its name from his father, one of the first settlers of that region. The deceased leaves a wife and several grown children. The funeral took place from the residence on Sunday afternoon last.

Adam married Malinda Forbes, daughter of Bartholmew Forbes and Leah Anguish, on 4 Jul 1830. Malinda was born in 1810, died on 23 Apr 1857 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.24,67

Burial Notes: Melinda (Forbes), wife of Adam Clock, d. April 23, 1857, ae 48.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 6)

Adam next married Harriet <Klock>. Harriet was born in 1819 in Herkimer County, NY, died on 25 Jan 1901 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,34 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Undocumented burial

(Duplicate Line. See Person 6)

27. Elizabeth Clock was born on 17 Mar 1804 in New York and died on 28 Apr 1866.

Elizabeth married Jacob Ratnour, son of George Ratnour and Elizabeth Hess. Jacob was born on 1 Jan 1804 in New York and died on 7 Nov 1879.

   87 M    i. Austin Ratnour was born in 1825 in New York and died in 1895.

+ 88 M    ii. George Ratnour was born in 1829, died on 17 Jan 1863, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

   89 F    iii. Eliza Ratnour was born in 1831.

+ 90 M    iv. Martin V. Ratnour was born on 23 Jun 1833 and died on 21 Mar 1907.

   91 M    v. Margaret Ratnour was born in 1834, died on 2 Nov 1843, and was buried in Lewis Point Road.

   92 M    vi. William J. Ratnour was born in 1836.

28. Henry Clock was born in 1806.

Henry married Elizabeth Sayles, daughter of Silas Sayles and Phila Griffin. Elizabeth was born in 1808, died on 12 Sep 1854, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.23

Burial Notes: Clock, Elivabeth, wife of Henry. Died Sept. 12, 1854, ae 46y 3m.

   93 M    i. Stephen C. Clock was born in 1831, died on 31 Mar 1891, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.68

Burial Notes: Clock, Stephen, son (Henry & Elizabeth), March 31, 1891, ae 60. Veteran Civil War.

• Census: Veterans Schedule, 1890, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 69
Line 21, Stephen Clock, private, Company --; Regiment --; NY Bat; Aug 13 1861 - Feb 13 1863, Service: 1 yr., 6 months.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee-Journal, 4 Apr 1891, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
Near Clockville, March 30, Stephen C. Clock, aged 60 years.

+ 94 M    ii. William H. Clock died on 22 Apr 1907 and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.70

   95 F    iii. Harriet Clock was born in 1833.

   96 M    iv. Oscar Clock was born in 1836.

   97 F    v. Armanda Clock was born in 1839.

   98 F    vi. Angenette Clock was born in 1839.

   99 M    vii. Henry Clock was born in 1841.

   100 F    viii. Emogene Clock was born in 1846.

   101 M    ix. Romaine Clock was born in 1849, died on 30 Oct 1931 in Sherrill, NY, and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.70

Burial Notes: Plot of W. H., R. A., H. & F. H.. Clock

He never married and had no children.

29. Conrad Clock was born in 1809, died on 3 Mar 1864 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.23,24

Burial Notes: Conrad, Son of John. died March 3, 1864, ae 55 yrs 5 mo.

Conrad married Elizabeth <Clock>. Elizabeth was born in 1800 and died in 1881.

   102 M    i. Lorenzo Clock was born in 1830.

+ 103 F    ii. Cynthia Clock was born in 1832.

   104 M    iii. Newton Clock was born in 1838.

   105 M    iv. Abraham Clock was born in 1842.

30. Margaret Clock died before 1827.

• AKA: Peggy.

Margaret married John Riemensnyder, son of John Riemensnyder and Eva Rickert. John was born on 7 Oct 1785 in German Flats, Mohawk Valley, NY.

+ 106 M    i. John Snyder Jr was born in 1805.

   107 M    ii. Rudolph Snyder .

   108 M    iii. Peter R. Snyder .

   109 M    iv. David Snyder .

• resided: with grandmother, Appolonia Klock, 1838, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. In her will, he was bequeathed his bed and bedding.

• aka:Riemensnyder.

31. John I or J Klock 3rd was born about 1782 and died in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

John married Elizabeth <Klock> about 1814. Elizabeth was born about 1805.

+ 110 M    i. Moses Klock was born on 9 Jan 1814, died on 15 Apr 1885 in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY, and was buried in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

+ 111 M    ii. John J. Klock Jr was born on 9 Nov 1820 and died on 20 Feb 1880 in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

32. Joseph Klock Jr. was born in 1785, died on 2 Jul 1873 in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

Burial Notes: Riverside Cemetery

• Military Service: War Of 1812, 1812. War Claim No. 663

Joseph married Nancy Klock, daughter of Joseph Klock and Maria <Klock>. Nancy was born in 1785.

+ 112 M    i. Jonas Klock was born in 1815, died on 15 Apr 1896, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

   113 F    ii. Jane Klock .

Jane married Reuben Petty. Reuben was born in 1817 in St Lawrence Co, NY and died on 20 Sep 1885 in Brewerton, NY.

   114 M    iii. Conrad Klock was born in 1827 and died on 17 Mar 1891.

+ 115 M    iv. Andrew Jackson Klock was born about 1828 in Brewerton, NY and died about 1899 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

+ 116 M    v. Abram Klock .

+ 117 M    vi. John C. Klock .

   118 U    vii. Laddie Klock died about 1890.

   119 F    viii. Eliza Klock .

   120 F    ix. Susan Klock .

   121 M    x. Henry Klock .

+ 122 M    xi. Adam Klock .

   123 F    xii. Mary Klock .

   124 M    xiii. Robert Klock .

+ 125 F    xiv. Julia Klock was born in 1837 and died in 1913.

33. Margaret (Peggy) Klock was born in 1803, died on 5 May 1846, and was buried in Sunny Side Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Margaret married Elijah Rouse, son of John Rouse and Susanna Boyer, on 17 Jun 1818.71 Elijah was born on 18 Jan 1794, died on 12 Oct 1865, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.24

Birth Notes: Listed as Eleisa in church record

• Baptism: 26 Jan 1794, German Flats, Herkimer Co, NY. sponsors Robbert Bajer and Catharina

• Military Service: War Of 1812, 1812.

• Census: U.S., 1840, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 72 Elijah Rouse (10 children; 5 sons; 5 daughters)
Males:
Under 5: 1
10-15: 1
15-20: 3
49-50: 1
Females:
Under 5: 2
5-10: 1
10-15: 2
30-40: 1

• Census: U.S., 25 Jul 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 73 Dwelling 404, visit 404
Elijah Rouse, 56, farmer, realty 4320
Nancy, 47
Rensalier, 24, farmer
Elijah, 13
Newele, 8 } twins
Daniel, 8 }
Catherine, 16
Ann, 12
Margaret, 11
Lydia, 6

• Land: 44.5 acres, 1853. Will filed October 23, 1865 describes 44.5 acres conveyed in Letters of Patent November 13, 1853 recorded in Book of Patents, no. 37, page 176, Madison County; and also recorded in 1856 in Book of Deeds C.E., page 400.

• Census: U.S., 12 Jul 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Dwelling 985, visit 976
Rouse, Elijah, 66, farmer, realty 5600
Nancy, 57
Newell, 18
Elizabeth, 16
Margaret, 22

• Will: 20 Jan 1864, Madison County, NY. 74 Heirs
Nancy Rouse wife
Elijah Rouse son
Elizabeth Rouse daughter
Silas Rouse son
Margaret Ingalls wife of Luther Ingalls
Anna Adams wife of Henry Adams
Catherine Carnwright wife of George Carnwright
Matilda Carnwright
Malinda Stone wife of William Stone

• Probate: 18 Dec 1865. 74

   126 M    i. Harrison Rouse was born on 13 Apr 1822 and died on 6 Feb 1889.

• Census: 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Visit 389

• Property: the Roderick Wormouth farm, 1866, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 75 Peter Betsinger also owned the Roderick Wormouth farm that he sold to Harrison Rouse in 1866. (Lot 12 or 13 of 1802 purchase).

• Census: U.S., 21 Jun 1880, Lenox, Madison County, NY. 76
Harrison ROUSE Self M Male 58 b. NY Farmer (cannot read or write)
Calista ROUSE Wife M Female 53 NY Keeping House

• Will: See Note. Gave farm to Harrison Rouse, son of Silas, Sr.

Harrison married Calista Betsinger, daughter of Henry (Hy) Betsinger and Nancy Forbes. Calista was born on 17 Apr 1827.

+ 127 M    ii. Silas Rouse 52 was born in 1823, died on 1 Jan 1891,77 and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

   128 M    iii. Renesselear Rouse was born in 1826.

+ 129 F    iv. Malinda Rouse was born on 26 Sep 1830 and died on 18 Apr 1898 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.78

   130 M    v. David Rouse was born in 1833.

   131 F    vi. Catherine Rouse was born in 1834.

Catherine married George Cartwright.

   132 M    vii. Elijah Rouse Jr. was born in 1837.

• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Visit 476
Elijah 33
Silou 26

Elijah married Silou ? <Rouse>.

+ 133 F    viii. Ann C. Rouse was born on 20 Nov 1837 in New York, died on 20 Mar 1906 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,79 and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

+ 134 F    ix. Margaret Rouse was born on 13 Dec 1839 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 24 Nov 1909 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,80,81,82 and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

   135 M    x. Newell (Twin) Rouse was born in 1842.

   136 M    xi. Daniel (Twin) Rouse was born in 1842.

   137 F    xii. Lydia Rouse was born in 1846 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

   138 F    xiii. Julia Ann Rouse died on 6 Nov 1835 and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

37. Conrad Clock 3rd was born in 1808 and died in 1881.

• Census: U.S., 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 83
Birth Year: abt 1809
Birthplace: New York
Post Office: Wampsville

Conrad Clock 51
Elizabeth Clock 60
Newton Clock 22
Dewitt Clock 18
Cyntha Van Deventer 28
Dewitt Van Deventer 3
Farmer: Realty $4200

Conrad married Elizabeth <Clock>. Elizabeth was born in 1800 and died in 1881.

   139 M    i. Lorenzo Clock was born in 1830.

+ 140 F    ii. Cynthia Clock was born in 1832.

   141 M    iii. George Clock was born in 1835.

   142 M    iv. Newton Clock was born in 1838.

   143 M    v. Abraham Clock was born in 1842.

41. Mary Jane Clock was born in 1832, died on 25 Jun 1917 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY,30 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.31

Death Notes: "burned to death in her home at Clockville, June 17, 1917."

Mary married Abraham Tuttle Jr., son of Abraham Tuttle Sr. and Elizabeth Keller. Abraham was born on 5 Mar 1820 and died on 31 Aug 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.84

• Occupation: Boatman on Erie Canal, 1840's.

• Moved: California, 1849. "Tuttle went to California in the gold rush of '49, going by way of Cape Horn, and returning overland. He was in California about 18 months, but did not find any gold."

• Military Service: Civil War, 1863, Virginia. 85 167th New York Volunteers were organized in 1863, he was commissioned captain of Co. G. After nine months' service in Virginia, he resigned and came home.

+ 144 M    i. Deforest Tuttle was born in 1866, died in 1898, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

42. Catherine Clock was born in 1837, died on 11 Sep 1906,32 and was buried on 14 Sep 1906 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee, 15 Sep 1906, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 86
OBITUARY.
-------
MRS. STEPHEN MOOT.
Katherine, wife of Stephen Moot,
died at the family residence west of
Clockville Tuesday forenoon. Mrs.
Moot had been in poor health for
some time, but her illness had been
considered serious for only a month
or so. Everything that skill and care-
ful nursing could suggest was done to
prolong her life, but without avail
and for some days it was certain that
the end was near. Mrs. Moot knew
that she was going to die and she was
resigned that the will of God should
be done.

Mrs. Moot was of good old Dutch
stock. She was the daughter of Adam
Clock, who was descended from Con-
rad Clock, who with his sons came
from the Mohawk Valley in 1792 and
settled in the vicinity of Clockville,
and from whom the village took its
name. Mrs. Moot was born in 1837
and married Mr. Moot in 1857. Her
home life had always been one of the
greatest contentment and happiness.
She was of a kind and gentle nature
and a noble character, seen to best
advantage in her own home. Her life
was given to ministering to her hus-
band, her daughter and those near
to her. Surviving besides the husband
is one daughter, Miss Kathleen
Moot, one sister, Mrs. Abraham Tut-
tle, and one brother, Duane Clock, all
of whome feel that the loss they have
suffered in the death of the devoted
wife, mother and sister is irreparable.
Funeral services were held at the
late home Friday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Rev. A. J. Abeel of Syra-
cuse, who is at present supplying the
pulpit of the Canastota Presbyterian
Church officiated. Miss Maude Ros-
bach, of this village, sang very sweet-
ly a favorite hymn. Burial was made
in Mt. Pleasant cemetery.

Catherine married Stephen G. Moot,87 son of Conrad G. Moot and Mary Ann Chapman, in 1857. Stephen was born on 7 Sep 1837, died on 19 Apr 1909, and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Education: Cazenovia Seminary, 1854, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY. 88
Moot, Stephen G., Clockville, N.Y. 1854. Married Catherine Clock. Farmer. Residence, Clockville.

• Military: Civil War - Furnished Substitue, 17 Aug 1864, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 89 military draft, bounties

Clockville - S. G. Moot - furnished subsitute.

• Occupation: Farmer, 1868-1869, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. 90 Lot 18, 150 Acres.

• Census: federal, 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Conrad G. MOOT Self M Male W 70 NY Farmer NY NY
Mary A. MOOT Wife M Female W 66 NY Keeping House CT CT
Stephen G. MOOT Son M Male W 42 NY Farmer NY NY
Catharine MOOT DauL M Female W 43 NY At Home NY NY
Kittie M. MOOT GDau S Female W 4 NY NY NY
Georgeana DALEY Other S Female W 14 NY Servant NY NY

• Property: Farm owned by J. Lelie Craig after death of family.

• Will: 25 Jan 1908. 91

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 24 Apr 1909, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 92
STEPHEN G. MOOT
Stephen G. Moot a prominent and
wealthy farmer of the town of Lincoln
died about 4 o'clock Monday morning at
Binghamton State Hospital where he had
been for several months for treatment.
The news of his death came as a shock to
many of his friends who did not know
that his general health had been gradu-
ally failing since he had been at the hos-
pital.
Stephen Garner Moot was a son of Conrad
G. Moot and Mary A. Chapman Moot
who were among the pioneer families of
this section of Madison county. His ma-
ternal grandfather was the late Col.
Stephen Chapman, through whose influ-
ence a post office was established at
Clockville in 1816 and who was the first
postmaster at that place. Mr. Moot was
born on the farm upon which he resided
all his life, Sept. 6, 1837. He succeeded
his father as owner of that farm and an-
other valuable farm adjoining, and occ-
pied an elegant house known as Oak Hill
Grange.
In 1863, Mr. Moot was united in mar-
iage to Katherine Clock who died two
years ago last August. Since her death
his health had gradually failed until late
last fall his condition became so serious
that he was taken to the Binghamton
hospital for treatment.
Mr. Moot was a man of wide acquain-
tance and many friends. While all of
his life had passed at his farm home,
he was interested in various enterprises
and was a stockholder and director of the
First National Bank of Canastota since
its organization, 1890. He also served as
vice-president of the board of directors
until incapacitated by illnes. His only
surviving relative is one daughter Miss
Kathleen Moot.
Mr. Moot's remains were brought to
Canastota Monday evening and taken to
his home at Oak Hill, where funeral ser-
vices were held Thursday afternoon at
2 o'clock. The Rev. A. J. Abeel of Syra-
cuse officiated and burial was made
in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery by the side of
his wife.

• Probate: 1 May 1909, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 91

   145 F    i. Kathleen Moot was born in 1876, died on 8 Nov 1922 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: 1909, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Will: 25 Jan 1908.

• Obituary: 10 Nov 1922, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
KATHLEEN MOOT DIES
IN SYRACUSE HOSPITAL
-----------
Mrs. Kathleen W. Moot formerly
well known in Canastota died at the
Crouse Irving hospital in Syracuse
Wednesday. She had been there only
about three hours, having been taken
from Hotel Howard where she had
been living for some time.
Miss Moot was born in Clockville
about 45 years ago, the daughter of
Stephen and Kate Clock Moot. She
was educated in the public schools
of Oneida graduating from the high
school there about 27 years ago. She
then went to the Emerson School of
Oratory at Eaton where she was
graduated, after which she went on
the stage under the name of Muriel
Brandt. The stage did not prove a
success and she returned to her home
at Clockville. After the death of her
parents she lived on the farm for a
while trying to work it with overseers
but a few years ago she left for Sy-
racuse where she has since been. Un-
fortunate investments or expenses
made inroads on the estate from
$50,000 to $100,000 left by her fath-
er. Some Syracuse papers stated that
she died of starvation but old friends
here do not think that this is true
as she still must have some claim on
the once famous farm of Clockville.
Her mother was a sister of Duane
Clock and the funeral will be held
from his home in Clockville Friday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will
be in the Moot family plot at Mount
Pleasant cemetery.
Other relatives in this vicinity are
LeGrand Colton and Mrs. Lee Phil-
lips. Friends of the deceased here say
that for several years Miss Moot has
not been well and that her mind has
probably been affected by her illness.
Some time ago after the death of
Samuel Smith she claimed a widow's
right to his property saying that they
had been married in Boston years
ago but nothing was proved and it
was thought that the story and claim
were just a flight of imagination. In
Syracuse however she seems to have
gone by the name of Smith.

44. Charles Duane Clock was born on 24 May 1855 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died on 10 Oct 1925 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,33 and was buried on 13 Oct 1925 in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.24

Burial Notes: C. Duane, son of Adam. Died October 10, 1925, ae 70.

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 1855.

• Census: federal, 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 93
Duane C. CLOCK Self M Male W 25 NY Farmer NY NY
Grace C. CLOCK Wife M Female W 19 NY Keeping House NY NY
Hariet CLOCK SMother W Female W 62 NY At Home NY NY
Hiram BETSINGER Other S Male W 23 NY Farm Labor NY NY

• Obituary: Canastota Bee-Journal, 16 Oct 1925, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
Duane Clock died on Saturday October 10th after having been ill about a week. Funeral services were held at Clockville on October 13th. Rev. Folsom, formerly of Clockville and Rev. Mespell of Clockville M.E. church conducted the services. Mr. Clock was buried here.

Charles married Grace I. Cady,28 daughter of George Beecher Cady and Nancy M. Way. Grace was born in 1861, died on 18 Jun 1911,94 and was buried on 20 Jun 1911 in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.95

Burial Notes: Grace (Cady), wife of Adam. Died October 10, 1925, ae 70.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee-Journal, 24 Jun 1911, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
The death of Mrs. Duane Clock which occurred at her home at Clockville early Sunday morning was a great shock to her relatives and numerous friends. Five or six months ago Mrs. Clock suffered an attack of pleurisy from which she never fully recovered. Her family did not realize her serious condition until the insidious inroads of the disease had such a hold that there was very small hope of recovery, with the best of care and medical attendance. Mrs. Clock was cheerful and ever thinking of others even to the end. She insisted that her daughter Martha, who had been a student in Canastota high school, come and take the regents' examinations so that she might receive her graduation diploma.

Mrs. Clock was an exceptionally lovely woman of high character with most amiable and cheerful disposition. She had the happy faculty of making friends of all who knew her. While her many beautiful qualities of heart and mind showed to best advantage in her home circle she always took a friendly interest in the welfare of her neighbors who all loved and respected her. Many friends mourned her death as a personal loss.

Mrs. Clock's maiden name was Grace I. Cady and she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Cady, pioneer residents of the old town of Lenox. She was born at Clockville fifty years ago and all other life had been passed in the immediate vicinity.

Surviving besides her husband are two daughters, the misses Kathleen and Martha Clock, and one son Fred A. Clock. She is also survived by her aged father, Geo. B. Cady of Lenox and two sisters, Mrs. William H. Patten and Mrs. C. F. McConnell and one brother Charles N. Cady of Canastota.

Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. W.J. Stearns of Lysander, a former pastor of the Clockville church officiated. There was a large attendance at the funeral and a profusion of beautiful floral offerings from friends far and near. Burial was made in the cemetery at Clockville.

   146 M    i. Claude Clock was born in 1882, died in 1882, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.24

Burial Notes: (Twins), d. 1882. Sons of Duane. (Claude & Henry)

   147 M    ii. Henry Clock was born in 1882 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, died in 1882 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.

Burial Notes: Twins, died 1882. Sons of Duane. (Claude & Henry)

   148 M    iii. Fred Adam Clock was born on 3 Sep 1885 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died on 14 Aug 1936 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.96

Burial Notes: Fred A., son of Duane. Died August 14, 1936, ae 51.

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 97 Dwelling 114, household 120
Clock, Fred, 44, age at first marriage, 28; dairy farmer
Edna M., 41, age at first marriage, 25

• Obituary: Canastota Bee-Journal, 21 Aug 1936, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
Fred A. Clock, 50
Died Last Friday

Fred A. Clock, retired mechanical engineer, scientific farmer and descendant of an old Madison county family died of a heart ailment in the Syracuse Memorial hospital Friday.

Mr. Clock was born in Clockville, September 3, 1885, a son of Duane and Grace Cady Clock. Both the Clock and Cady were early settlers in that section of Madison county.

Clockville which is situated two miles south of Canastota on the Peterboro road was named for Mr. Clock's grandfather, Adam Clock.

On graduation from Canastota high school Mr. Clock entered Cornell university and completed a course in mechanical engineering about 1906. He then entered the employ of a manufacturing company as a draftsman. At his retirement for the engineering profession 10 years ago, Mr Clock was chief of the engineering staff of the Fall River, Mass., motor truck manufacturing plant.

The death of Duane Clock, his father, prompted Mr. Clock's retirement. He returned to Clockville and took over the management of the farm which he worked by scientific methods.

He was a 32nd degree Mason and held membership in the Blue lodge in Syracuse. He also was a member of Canastota Presbyterian church and the old Cantle Chief club, former Canastota young men's social organization.

Surviving are his wife Mrs. Edna Bull Clock and two sisters Mrs. Kathleen Bailey of San Jose, Calif., and Miss Martha Clock of Syracuse.

A room full of floral tributes bore testimony to the esteem in which Mr. Clock was held by his friends, at his funeral Monday afternoon.

The service was conducted by Rev. Albert D. Stearns, pastor of the Presbyterian church. Bearers included Geo. B. and Chas. Cady, Albert J. Pankhurst, Robert Imhofe, Thomas Hurd and W. Fredric Dew. Masons attended in a body and performed their ritual at the grave. Burial was in the Clock plot in the Clockville cemetery.

Fred married Edna Marie Bull, daughter of Charles Bull and Ann Laurie Bettinger, on 14 Apr 1914 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.98 Edna was born in 1889 in Cottons, Town Of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, died on 21 May 1938 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.23

Burial Notes: Edna (Bull), wife of Fred. Died May 21, 1938, ae 49.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee-Journal, 27 May 1938, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
Former Clockville Resident Who Died In Syracuse Last Saturday
Edna Bull Clock Died Last Saturday
Well-known Clockville Woman Had Been Ill For About a Year

Edna Bull Clock, 49, widow of the late Fred Clock of Clockville died at the home of her sister Mrs. Clarence E. Bull, 110 Scotholm Boulevard, Syracuse Saturday, following an illness of more that a year. Heart failure was given as the cause of death.

Present at the death bed were Mrs. Clock's sister, Mrs. Clarence E. Bull of Syracuse and Miss. Frances Mae Bull of Canastota and two physicians and two nurses who had been caring for her.

She was born Oct. 9, 1888 at Cottons, the daughter of Charles and Annie L Bull. She attended Yates high school in Chittenango and was also a student at Syracuse university where she was a member of Phi Beta Phi sorority. She graduated from Yates High 1906.

She belonged to the Presbyterian church of Canastota and was a member of the Women's Missionary society of the church and also the Becott Sunday school class.

She was married April 14, 1914 to Fred Clock--prominent Clockville farmer who died two years ago. The couple operated a large farm at Clockville for several years.

The funeral was conducted at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon from her sister's home at 110 Scotholm Blvd., Syracuse and burial was made in Clockville. Pall bearers were Frederick W. Howland, R.E. Deuel, Dr. J B. Deuel, Dr. M.E. Deuel, R.E. Britt, Frank Deuel, Walter Deuel. Friends from Rochester, Geneva, Holcomb, Canastota and Clockville attended the funeral.
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   149 F    iv. Kathleen Clock .

Kathleen married Bailey.

   150 F    v. Martha Clock was born in 1893.

• Student: Canastota High School, 1911, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

Charles next married Harriet Wells, daughter of James Wells and Mary Leah Forbes, in 1926. Harriet was born in 1855 in Perryville, NY and died in 1935 in San Diego, California.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee-Journal, 18 Sep 1935, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
Mrs. Duane Clock Died in California
Word was received here this week of the death of Mrs. Duane Clock, 80, stepmother of Fred Clock at her home in San Diego, Calif., Sunday morning. She had been ill thru most of the winter.
Born in Perryville, her name before her first marriage was Harriet Wells. She had lived in Iowa, Spokane, Wash., and San Diego at various periods of her life. She married Duane Clock who had died in 1926, in January 1914. Her body will be cremated and the ashes sent to Perryville for burial. Funeral plans will be announced later.

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45. John Adle was born in 1812 in New York.

• Census: 1850, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. Visit 403

John married Linda <Adle>. Linda was born in 1816 in New York.

   151 F    i. Nancy Adle was born in 1832.

   152 M    ii. John W. Adle was born in 1839.

+ 153 M    iii. Henry R. Adle was born in 1841, died in 1900 in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY,99,100 and was buried in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.24

47. Henry Adle was born in 1829 and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.38

Burial Notes: Lot C-105 (marker)

• Census: U.S., 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 101 Visit 319

Henry Adle, 21, laborer
Nancy A. 20
Mary 50
Hannah Dygett, age 7

• Census: U.S., 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 102 Visit 761
Henry, 30, farmer
Nancy J., 30
Charles, 9

Henry married Nancy J. Dygett (Daggett). Nancy was born in 1830 and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Lot C-105m

   154 M    i. Charles Adle was born from 1850 to 1851.

   155 M    ii. David Adle was born from 1852 to 1853.

   156 M    iii. William G. Adle was born on 1 May 1856, died on 24 May 1858, and was buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Munnsville, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Lot C-105

48. Betsy Ann Adle was born in 1813, died on 24 Jul 1879, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.24

Betsy married Jacob John Buyea, son of Conrad Buyea and Mary Sellers. Jacob was born in 1809, died on 28 Mar 1884,103 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.24

• Probate: 5 Apr 1884. 103 File 4867
Heirs
Harriet Hollenbeck, deceased daughter
John Willard Hollenbeck, gson, Stockbridge
James Hollenbeck, gson, Stockbridge
Emily Rickart, daughter, Lenox
Lucretia Buyea, daughter, Lenox
Nancy Jane Hurd, daughter, Sullivan
Simeon Buyea, son, Lenox
Anna Maria Cramer, daughter, Eaton
Ida Davis, gdaughter, Stockbridge

• Occupation: Farmer, 1868-1869, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. 90 Lot 4, 76 Acres

• Occupation: Farmer, 1850.

• Census: 1870, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. Visit 174
Jacob 56
Betsey 55
Robert 21
Lucretia 20
E ? 18
S ? ?

• Census: 1860. 104

• Census: 1850, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. Visit 266

• Tax List: 1835, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 40 79 acres

+ 157 F    i. Harriet Buyea was born in 1836.

+ 158 M    ii. Hiram Buyea was born in 1837, died on 26 Mar 1918, and was buried on 29 Mar 1918 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

+ 159 M    iii. Robert Buyea was born about 1839, died on 10 Apr 1915, and was buried on 9 May 1915 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

+ 160 F    iv. Anna Marie Buyea was born in 1841.

+ 161 F    v. Nancy J. Buyea was born in 1843, died in 1919,105 and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, N. Y..

+ 162 F    vi. Catherine Buyea was born in 1849.

   163 F    vii. Lucretia Buyea was born in 1850, died on 17 Apr 1898, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.24

• Probate: 23 Apr 1898, Madison County, NY. 106 Hiram Buyea petitioner

• Obituary: 20 Apr 1898. 107

   164 F    viii. Emily (Emma) Buyea was born in 1853.

Emily married Rickart.

+ 165 M    ix. Simeon J. Buyea was born in 1858, died on 13 Jul 1930, and was buried on 16 Jul 1930 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

50. John Jay Adle was born in 1832.

John married Alice L. <Adle>. Alice was born on 22 Aug 1840, died on 7 Jun 1860, and was buried in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.24

+ 166 M    i. Dudley Adle was born in 1858.

   167 F    ii. Clara Adle was born on 17 Feb 1863.

51. Nancy Adle .

Nancy married John Morris Sr, son of Isaac Morris and Hannah Williams, in 1839. John was born in 1803.

• Census: federal, 1850, Lenox, Madison County, NY.
visit 486-486:
John Morris age 46
Nancy Morris age 30
Isaac Morris age 70
Hannah Morris age 74
Hannah Morris age 10
Mary Morris age 8
Lyman Morris age 6
John Morris age 3
Laura Morris age 3 months
Hellen Sulkey age 22
Nancy Buger age 30 (could also be Buyer or Boyer)
Richard Quackenbush age 19 a laborer

• Census: federal, 1870, Lenox, Madison County, NY. visit 578-599:
John Morris age 67 is a farmer.
(Nancy must have died.)
Lyman Morris age 25
John Maine age 31 farm laborer
Hannah Maine age 29 housekeeper
Avery Maine age 5
Fannie Maine age 3
Lillie Maine age 1
Mary Morris age 28
Laura Morris age 20

+ 168 F    i. Hannah Morris was born on 27 Oct 1839, died on 7 Nov 1915,108 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.109

+ 169 F    ii. Mary Morris was born in 1843.

   170 M    iii. Lyman Morris was born in 1845 in Lenox, Madison County, NY.

   171 M    iv. John Jene Morris Jr was born in 1847.

• Census: federal, 1870, Lenox, Madison County, NY. visit 579-600:
Morris John Jene age 22
Morris Alice age 21

John married Alice <Morris>.

   172 F    v. Laura Morris was born in 1850.

Laura married Cramer.

52. Jabez (John) Adle was born in 1827, died on 15 Dec 1865,24 and was buried in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY.24

Death Notes: Hall Cemetery
East Boston Road

Burial Notes: Hall Cemetery
Town of Sullivan

aka East Boston Cemetery
Sometimes called The Lee Cemetery.
Located on the east line of the Township of Sullivan on the lower road north of Seneca Turnpike

General Notes: Children list might be wrong. No evidence in census.

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 1826, Madison County, NY. 110

• Occupation: Boatman, 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
Living at home with parents and siblings.

• Residence: 1855, Town of Sullivan, Madison Co, NY.

• Census: NYS, 1855, New York.
Sullivan - ADLE - JABES 27, husband, laborer
Elizabeth 25 wife 5
Lucius 2
Warren 1

Jabez married Elizabeth Gault on 25 Dec 1852 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.110 Elizabeth was born about 1830 in Glasgow, Scotland and died in 1910.

• Census: U.S., 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Elizabeth ADLE Self W Female W 47 NY House Keeping NY NY
Addie ADLE Dau Female W 21 NY At Home NY NY

• Census: U.S., 1870, Town of Sullivan, Madison Co, NY.
Name: Elisabeth Adle, carpet weaver
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1831
Age in 1870: 39
Birthplace: New York
Post Office: Chittenango
Franklin, 17, farm laborer
Elanora, 15, domestic servant
Adelade, 12, at school
Hiram, 9
Alice, 7

   173 M    i. Lucius Adle was born in 1853 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.

   174 M    ii. Warren Adle was born in 1854 in New York.

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Warren ADLE Self M Male W 25 NY Farm Labor NY NY
Carrie ADLE Wife M Female W 20 NY Keeping House NY NY

Warren married Carrie (Adle). Carrie was born in 1860 in New York.

+ 175 F    iii. Ella (Elnora) Adle was born on 18 Jun 1855, died on 6 Sep 1914,111 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   176 M    iv. William Adle was born in Aug 1857, died on 30 Nov 1866, and was buried in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY.24

Burial Notes: East Boston Road Cemetery
AKA Hall Cemetery

Sometimes called The Lee Cemetery.
Located on the east line of the Township of Sullivan on the lower road north of Seneca Turnpike

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 30 Aug 1857.

+ 177 M    v. Frank S. Adle was born in 1857 in Madison County, NY, died on 26 Aug 1934 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY,112 and was buried on 29 Aug 1934 in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Canastota, NY.

   178 M    vi. Romaine Adle was born in 1859 in New York.

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 113 Romain ADLE
Male
(Living at farm of George Wright)
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Other Information:
Birth Year <1862>
Birthplace NY
Age 18
Occupation Farm Labor
Marital Status S <Single>
Race W <White>
Head of Household Charles WRIGHT
Relation Other
Father's Birthplace NY
Mother's Birthplace NY

+ 179 F    vii. Alice Adle was born in 1861.

   180 F    viii. Addie Adle was born in 1863.

Addie married Willard Jones.

53. Rachel Adle was born in 1831, died on 24 Nov 1894, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Rachel married Lewis (Louis) Betsinger, son of Henry (Hy) Betsinger and Nancy Forbes. Lewis was born in 1824, died on 20 Jun 1891, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. Another name for Lewis was Jacob Betsinger.

• Military Service: Civil War, 3 Sep 1864. 114
Louis Betsinger
Enlisted: 1st Cavalry Regiment, NY, Muster Date: 21 July 1865
Discharged: from 1st Cavalry Regiment NY on 21 July 1865, Richmond, Virginia

• Census: U.S., 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 115 Page 752.
Lewis Betsinger- 36 years- farmer- born NY
Rachel - 30 years- born NY Rachel's maiden name was Adle, like below.
Lewis O. - 8 years- born NY
James - 5 years- born NY
Hiram - 3 years- born NY
Emma J. - 4 mos.- born NY
Hulda Adle - 18 years- born NY
Romeyn Adle- 17 years- born NY

• Census: U.S., 25 Jun 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 116
Lewis, 46, farm laborer
Rachael, wife, housekeeping
Lewis, 18, farm Laborer
James, 16, farm laborer
Hiram, 14, farm laborer
Huldah, 4, daughter
Mary, 3, daughter

• Census: U.S., 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Louis BETSINGER Self M Male W 56 NY Farmer NY NY
Rachael BETSINGER Wife M Female W 49 NY Keeping House NY CT
Huldah BETSINGER Dau S Female W 15 NY At Home NY NY
Mary BETSINGER Dau S Female W 13 NY At Home NY NY
David BUYEA Other S Male W 16 NY Farm Labor NY NY

+ 181 M    i. Lewis O. Betsinger was born in 1852 in New York, died on 26 Feb 1919, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 182 M    ii. James M. Betsinger was born on 9 Jul 1854, died on 19 Jan 1939, and was buried on 22 Jan 1939 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 183 M    iii. Hiram H. Betsinger was born on 8 Aug 1856 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died on 10 Jul 1940 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,117 and was buried on 13 Jul 1940 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 184 F    iv. Huldah Betsinger was born in 1866 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

   185 F    v. Mary Betsinger was born in 1867 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

54. Abigail Adle was born on 27 Mar 1838 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died on 14 May 1927 in Cass County, Iowa, and was buried on 1 Jun 1927 in Lewis Cemetery, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa. 118 Name: Abbie Hibner
[Abbie Scribner] Age: 80 years
Birthplace: New York
Home in 1920: Pleasant, Cass, Iowa
Marital status: Widow
Relation to Head of House: Mother-in-law
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Mother's Birth Place: Vermont Father's Birth Place: New York
Living with: Forsythe, John, age 68, b. Iowa (Parents b. Ireland), farmer
Nettie, wife, age 56, b. New York
Ralph, son, age 25, b. Iowa

• Obituary: Griswold American, 2 Jun 1927, Griswold, Cass County, Iowa. 119
ANOTHER GOOD MOTHER IS CALLED
Funeral Services for Mrs. Abbie Scribner Held in Griswold Wednesday.
A short mention was made last week of the death of Mrs. Abbie Scribner, widow of the late Thaddeus Scribner. For many years she made her home with her daughter, Mrs. John Forsyth, and after the death of the daughter, with her grandson, Ralph Forsyth and wife, who gave her every care that loving hands could give. Mother Scribner (had) a great host of friends in Griswold and vicinity and it was indeed a great pleasure to her when they came to see her and also when she was able to come to town and visit with them.
Abbie Adle was a native of New York state and was born at Clockville, March 27, 1838. At the time of her death she had reached the age of 89 years, 1 month, 27 days. Few are they who are permitted to enjoy life the number of years she has. She grew to womanhood in her native state. At the age of 16 she became a member of the Baptist church, and was a steadfast member. She was happily married to Thaddeus Scribner on the first day of January, 1861. To this union four children were born, only one of whom is now living. Lucius Freeman died at the age of 15, Mrs. Adelia Forsyth died at the age of 61 years and Grace Estelle died at the age of 16 months. The son who remains to mourn the death of this grand old mother is Millerd Romain Scribner, of Anaheim, California, who came here a few weeks ago to see her.
The family resided in Cass county for a number of years and located at Cottonwood Falls, Kansas, in 1889. There Mother Scribner renewed her faith in her Lord and Master. The family returned to Cass county in 1893 and there being no church of her choice here she united with the M.E. church of Griswold and remained a steadfast member until the end of her long and eventful life.
During the long wait until the summons came she often talked of what she wanted at her funeral services. In her effects were found a little note telling in detail her desires. One was that if he was living in this part of the country she wanted Chas. Mayne to preach her funeral sermon. Mr. Mayne was here and her requests were carried out in full.
Besides the son, in California, she leaves to mourn her departure eight grandchildren, eleven grandchildren (sic) and a great host of warm friends.
The funeral services were held at the Methodist church on Wednesday afternoon and there was a large attendance at the services. Rev. Mayne preached a splendid sermon on this occasion and paid a beautiful tribute to Mother Scribner. Rev. J. S. Ellis assisted in the services. Burial was made in the Lewis cemetery by the side of Father Scribner, who departed this life several years ago.

Abigail married Thaddeus Scribner on 1 Jan 1861 in Fayetteville, NY.120 Thaddeus was born on 6 Jan 1840 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY,121 died on 30 Dec 1918 in Cass County, Iowa,122 and was buried on 1 Jan 1919 in Lewis Cemetery, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa.

Marriage Notes: Fayetteville Presbyterian Church
Marriages 1850-1927
Marriages by Rev. Lewis Hubbard Reid
Jany 1, 1861, Thaddeus Scribner of Sullivan (Bridgeport) to Abby Adle of Lenox--at
Mr. Scollard's, $2.00.

Death Notes: Scribner Thad 06 Jan 1840 1918 (Cemetery 78) Griswold American, 09 Jan 1919, Griswold

Burial Notes: Cemetery Records of Cass County, Iowa, page 228, cemetery: 78 (Lewis Cemetery, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa).

• Moved: from NYS, 1865, Illinois.

• Moved: from Illinois, 1870, Cass County, Iowa.

• Moved: from Cass County, Iowa, 1889- c .1891, Cottonwood Falls, Kansas.

• Census: U.S., 25 Jun 1870, Cass County, Iowa. 123 Thad, 31, Farmer
Abbie, wife, 31
Lucius, son, 8 yrs, 6 months
Anneitia, 7, daughter.

• Census: Iowa State, 1885, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa. Thad Scribner, 44, b. NY
Abby Scribner, 45, b. NY

• Census: Iowa State, 1895, Waveland, Pottawattamie, Iowa. Age 55

• Census: U.S., 1900, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa. 124 Thad, age 60, b. Jan 1840, married 39 years, laborer.
Abbie, age 61, b. March 1839, 4 children, 2 living.

• Census: U.S., 1910, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa. 125 Griswold:
Thaddeus, age 70, b. New York
Abby, wife, age 70, b. New York, father b. New York, mother b. Vermont
Children: 4, still living 2
Married: 49 years

• Obituary: Griswold American, 2 Jan 1919, Griswold, Cass County, Iowa. 126 Griswold American
Thursday, January 2, 1919
No. 1.

THAD SCRIBNER
PASSES AWAY
----
Died at His Home in Griswold. Mon-
day. December 30.--Long
Time Resident.
--
After an illness of some weeks
Thad Scribner, one of the pioneer
residents of Griswold and Pleasant
township, passed away at his home
in the north part of town Monday,
December 30th, at the advanced age
of 78 years, 11 months and 24 days.
Owing to the request of the Board
of Health that the funerals be as
private as possible, services were held
at the home, this, Wednesday, after-
noon at one o'clock, being conducted
by the Rev. R. L. L. Barnstable, pas-
tor of the M. E. church. Interment
was made in the Lewis cemetery.
Obituary will apear next week.

• Obituary: Griswold American, 9 Jan 1919, Griswold, Cass County, Iowa. 127
Griswold American
Thursday, January 9, 1919. No. 2
OBITUARY
---
The funeral services of the late
Thad Scribner, mention of whose
death was made in these columns
last week, was held at the home in
the north part of town Wednesday of
last week, being conducted by the Rev
R. L. L. Barnstable, pastor of the
M. E. church of this city. Interment
was made by the side of his son and
daughter in the Lewis cemetery.
Mr. Scribner was born at Stock-
bridge, New York, January 6, 1840,
and passed away in Griswold, Decem-
bern 30, 1918 at the ripe age of 78
years, 11 months and 24 days. He
spent his younger days in his native
state at Fayetteville, New York. On
New Year's day, 1861, he was happi-
ly married to Miss Abbie Adle. Four
children came to bless the union, Mrs.
Nettie Forsyth, Miller Romain Scrib-
ner, Truman and Estella. The two
latter have preceded the father to
that better land. Truman died at the
age of 16 and Estella at the age of
16 months, both being buried at Lew-
is. Mr. and Mrs. Scribner came to
Illinois in the year 1865, and to Cass
county, Iowa, in 1870, which place,
with the exception of a few years in
Kansa, has been their home ever
since.
In his younger days, Mr. Scribner
united with the Knights of Pythias
and dropped his membership when
the lodge in Griswold was disbanded
many years ago. He was a member
of the Methodist church--not active
of late on account of his advanced
years, but ever faithful to the teach-
ings of the church. He never was
away from his home only when nec-
essity called him, preferring to stay
with his wife and family. He was a
good husband and father, and goes
to his final resting place with the
highest of esteem by all his acquaint-
ances.
The widow, well along in years, will
make her home with her daughter,
Mrs. Forsyth, on Pleasant Ridge. She
desires The American to extend to
her neighbors and friends her heart-
felt thanks for their great kindness
during her bereavement.

   186 M    i. Lucius Freeman Scribner was born in 1861 in New York and died from 1876 to 1878 in Cass County, Iowa.

+ 187 F    ii. Annetia (Nettie) A. Scribner was born in Mar 1862 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY and died in 1925 in Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa.

   188 F    iii. Grace Estelle Scribner died ae. 16 mos..

Death Notes: Died at the age of 16 months.

   189 M    iv. Millard Romaine Scribner was born on 15 Jan 1871 in Iowa and died on 28 Mar 1948 in Orange County, California.128

Death Notes: Miller R Scribner
MALE Birth Date: 15 Jan 1871 Birthplace: Iowa
Death Date: 28 Mar 1948 Death Place: Orange
Mother's Maiden Name: Adle
Father's Surname: Scribner

• resided: May 1927, Anaheim, California.

• Death: 28 Mar 1948, Orange County, California. 129 Name: SCRIBNER, MILLER R Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 15 Jan 1871 Birthplace: Iowa Death Date: 28 Mar 1948 Death Place: ORANGE Mother's Maiden Name: ADLE Father's Surname: SCRIBNER

55. Charity Eliza Adle was born on 16 Dec 1839 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 22 Jan 1925 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York,59,60 and was buried on 24 Jan 1925 in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY.61

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.
1917 Aug 18 Canastota Bee Journal Obit. for Rush Ingalls per 9 May 1999 email from descendant Doug Ingalls.
Born in Wampsville 88 years ago. CH: John J. of Vernon (proprietor of White's Hotel in Rome), Frank of Sherrill, Seymour of Fulton, Rush Jr. of Oneida, Mrs. Huldah Terwillinger of Coatesville, Pa; Mrs. William Stook of Vernon; Mrs. William Stook, Jr. of Kirkville; two brothers: Lewis Ingalls of Wampsville, Norton Ingalls of Merrillsville. one sister: Mrs. Jane Eddy of Kenwood.
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• Property: Lot 12 & 16 Oneida Purchase of 1826, 10 Apr 1869, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 130
Charity E. Ingles sold to John J. Ingles part of Lot No. 16 Oneida Purchase of 1826
and part of 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. 131
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.

Charity married Sylvanus Dolly, son of Henry Dolly/Dawley and Permelia Miller, circa 1858. Sylvanus was born about 1831,64,132 died on 7 Jun 1860 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY,24 and was buried on 7 Jun 1860 in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY.133,134

Death Notes: Sylvanus' brother, Sylvester, died in Smithfield in May 1860, of putrid sore throat. It is suspected that Sylvanus and his daughter, also succombed shortly after to the same illness.

Burial Notes: Sylvanus Dolly

06-02-1860
29y
Thou art gone but not forgotton.

Lot R-19-03
Walnut Grove Cemetery
Wampsville, NY

• Probate: 12 Mar 1862, Madison County, NY. 135

• Census: U.S., 12 Jul 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 136
Lines 10-14, Household 981, Visit 972
Conrad Adle 59
Abigail Adle, b. Vt. age 56
Charity Dolly 22
Sylvanus Dolly 28
Emma Dolly 8 mos.

(living next to John J. Ingalls and family, w/Rush Ingalls age 27)

• Census: Town of Smithfield, 1855, Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. Dolly, Sylvenus, age 24, child, 1 yr. in town, b. Madison Co., farmer

   190 F    i. Emma Dolly was born in Dec 1859,137 died in 1860, and was buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY.

Burial Notes: Is probably buried with her father at Walnut Grove. No record.

Charity next married Rush Ingalls, son of John Jay Ingalls and Anna A. Buyea, in 1862 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.138 Rush was born on 3 Apr 1833 in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY,139 died on 13 Aug 1917 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY,140,141,142,143 and was buried on 15 Aug 1917 in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY.

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

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.

• Occupation: Farmer.

• Census: federal, 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
============
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. 144
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: Syracuse Post Standard, 14 Aug 1917. 145 Former Wampsville Man
Dies in Hotel at Rome

Rush Ingalls, 83, Victim of Stroke
--Worked Farm Most of Life
ROME. Aug 13--Rush Ingalls, 83, is
dead at White's Hotel. He had a stroke
last Friday noon and had since been
unconcious. He was born at Wamps-
ville, Madison county, 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 wife and the following children
survive: John J. Ingalls of Vernon,
W. D. Ingalls, proprietor of White's
Hotel, where deceased made his home
the past two years; Frank of Sherrill,
Seymour of Fulton, Rush Jr. of Oneida,
Mrs. Hulda Terwilliger of Coatesville,
Pa.; Mrs. Willie 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 will be held at 2 p.m.
Wednesday at the M.E. church at
Wampsville.

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 16 Aug 1917, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 138 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. 146
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.

+ 191 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, NY,147 and was buried on 13 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

+ 192 M    ii. William D. Ingalls was born about 1864, died on 12 Apr 1919 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY,148 and was buried in 1919 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.24,28

+ 193 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 York,149 and was buried on 30 Oct 1928 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

+ 194 M    iv. Seymour Ingalls was born about 1869.

   195 F    v. Huldah A. Ingalls was born on 12 Sep 1870 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 4 Jan 1951 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY, and was buried on 7 Jan 1951 in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: 1917, Coatesville, Chester County, PA. 28,150 Obituary of Rush Ingalls

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

• Obituary: Utica Daily Press, 6 Jan 1951. 151 Mrs. Hilda Terwilliger
Chittenango--Mrs. Hilda A. Ter-
williger, Chittenango, died Jan. 4,
1951, in Lenox Hospital, Canas-
tota, after an illness of one year.

She was born Sept. 12, 1870 in
the Town of Lenox, the daughter
of Mrs. and Mrs. Rush Ingalls. She
was married to the late Casper
Terwilliger. A resident of Coats-
ville, Pa. she returned seven
years ago to Chittenango and had
lived here since, She was of the
Baptist faith.

Surviving are two sisters, Mrs.
William L. Stook, Chittenango,
and Mrs. Nellie Stook, Rome, and
a brother Seymour Ingalls, Chit-
tenango.

The funeral will be at 2 Sunday
in the Griffin and Aldridge Fu-
neral Home, Rome, with burial in
Chittenango.

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

• Census: U.S., 1910, Coatesville, Chester County, PA. 152 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. 153 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. 154 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. 155 Birth date: March 28, 1880
Foreman, Midville S. & O. Co.
Nearest relative:
Mrs. Hilda Terwilliger
11 No. 8th Ave., Coatesville, Pa.

+ 196 F    vi. Nellie Mae Ingalls was born on 8 Jun 1873 and died in Oct 1951 in Oneida County, NY.

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

Birth Notes: 1875 Census

Death Notes: 1875 Census

+ 198 M    viii. Rush S. Ingalls Jr was born on 9 Jan 1876, died on 7 Nov 1925 in Town of Hamilton, Madison County, NY,60,156 and was buried in Oneida Castle Cemetery, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.24

+ 199 F    ix. Mary L. Ingalls was born in 1879, died on 19 Apr 1949,24 and was buried on 19 Apr 1949 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

57. Lucius Romain Adle was born on 20 Oct 1843, died on 1 Jan 1919 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY,62 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Death Notes: 247 Lucius Romain Adle
Born Oct 20, 1843
Died Jan 21, 1919
Parents Conrad and Abby Raymond Adle
Son Seymour

Death Certificate of Lucius Romain Adle

The number is the number assigned by Tuttle in Births, deaths and marriages in Town of Lincoln since the formation of the Town of Lincoln in March 1896 to and including 1946.

• Census: U.S., 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 157
Romeyn Adle
Age in 1860: 17
Birth Year: abt 1843
Home in 1860: Lenox, Madison, New York

Household Members:
Lewis Betsinger 36
Rachell Betsinger 30
Lewis O Betsinger 8
Jas Betsinger 5
Hiram Betsinger 3
Emma J Betsinger 4.12
Huldah Adle 18
Romeyn Adle 17

• Census: federal, 1870, Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 158
Adle, Lucius R., 27, Smithfield, farm laborer
Elizabeth, 29, keeping house
Seymour E., 6
Carrie, 4
Snyder, David, 52, laborer
Snyder, Mary, 15, domestic servant

• Census: U.S., 1880, Lenox, Madison County, NY. 159,160
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Romeyer ADLE Self M M W 37 NY
Occ: Farmer Fa: NY Mo: NY
Elizabeth ADLE Wife F M W 39 NY
Occ: House Keeping Fa: NY Mo: NY
Seymour ADLE Son M S W 15 NY
Occ: At School Fa: NY Mo: NY
Carrie ADLE Dau F S W 13 NY
Occ: At School Fa: NY Mo: NY
Gracie ADLE Dau F S W 3

• Census: U.S., 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 161 Visit 101:
Romain, b. Oct 1843, 56, married 35 years, laborer, factory, rents home
Elizabeth, wife, b. Mar 1841, age 59
Grace E., b. Aug 1876, 23

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 162
Living with his son-in-law and daughter:
Albert J. Pankhurst, 30, married 4 years, farmer
Grace M., wife, 33
Elizabeth J. daughter, 8/12
Adle, L. R., 61

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 4 Jan 1919, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
Death of Lucius Romaine Adle.
Lucius Romaine Adle, a life-long re-
sident of the town of Lenox, with the
exception of a short residence in Onei-
da, died at the home of his daugh-
ter, Mrs. A. J. Pankhurst, at Clock-
ville, at 10 o'clock in the morning, on
New Year's Day. Mr. Adle was born
in the town of Lenox October 20, 1843,
and was the son of Conrad and Abbie
Raymond Adle. On December 23, 1863
he married Elizabeth Snyder. She has
been dead several years. Mr. Adle was
a man of several business interests, a
member of the I. O. O. F. and active in
town and community matters. He is
survived by one son, Seymour Adle of
Canastota, and two daughters, Mrs. A.
W. McGowan of Syracuse and Mrs. A.
J. Pankhurst of Clockville, also by
three grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. Funeral services will be
held at the house in Clockville on
Saturday, January 4th, at 2 o'clock.
Rev. A. H. Burnett, former pastor and
now of Jamesville, will officiate. Bur-
ial will be made in the Clockville ceme-
tery.

Lucius married Elizabeth Snyder, daughter of Daniel Snyder and Clock, on 23 Dec 1863. Elizabeth was born in Mar 1841,56 died on 13 Jul 1909,56 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Alt. Death: Alt. Death, 13 Jul 1906, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 163 Tuttle record 199

+ 200 M    i. Seymour E. Adle was born on 25 Dec 1865 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 5 May 1954 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, and was buried on 7 May 1954 in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.

+ 201 F    ii. Carrie Adle was born in Nov 1865 in Lenox, Madison County, NY.

+ 202 F    iii. Grace Mae Adle was born in Aug 1876.

59. Matilda Adle .

Matilda married Smith.

   203 F    i. Cora Smith .

   204 F    ii. Huldah Smith was born in 1841.

Huldah married O'brien.

60. George Adle .

George married House.

   205 M    i. George Adle was born on 26 Jun 1903 and died on 21 Jul 1903 in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 25 Jul 1903, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28 Died
At Peterboro July 24, 1903
George, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Adle, aged 25 days.

68. Christian Klock Jr .

Christian married Angeline <Klock>.

   206 M    i. Frank Klock was born in 1850.

   207 M    ii. Fred Klock was born in 1854.

69. John Jacob Clock was born in 1820.

John married Ellen <Clock> before 1840. Ellen was born in 1823.

   208 F    i. Elixa Clock was born in 1841.

   209 F    ii. Emily Clock was born in 1845.

82. John C. Yorton was born on 13 May 1817.

John married Gertrude <Yorton>.

   210 M    i. James B. Yorton was born in 1840 and died on 10 Apr 1849.

   211 F    ii. Margaret Yorton was born in 1843 and died on 18 Mar 1849.

   212 M    iii. Joseph H. Yorton was born in 1844 and died on 15 May 1849.

   213 M    iv. Jacob N. Yorton was born in Jul 1855 and died on 26 Mar 1856.

   214 F    v. Mary D. Yorton was born in 1857 and died on 11 Feb 1859.

83. Joseph H. Yorton was born circa 1823 and was buried in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.64

Burial Notes: Family is listed as being buried in Central Square.

Joseph married Catherine <Yorton>.

   215 F    i. Jane A. Yorton was born in 1845 and died on 6 Jun 1846.

   216 F    ii. Ellen Yorton was born in 1847, died on 13 Sep 1848, and was buried in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.

   217 M    iii. Jefferson R. Yorton was born in 1850 and died on 30 Jan 1855.

   218 F    iv. Huldah Yorton was born in 1852 and died on 24 Oct 1856.

84. Peter Yorton was born circa 1825.

Burial Notes: Family is listed as buried at Centel Square

Peter married Delaney <Yorton>. Delaney was born in 1801 and died on 23 Jul 1845.

   219 F    i. Elizabeth Yorton was born in 1818, died on 27 Jul 1844, and was buried in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.

85. Rozilda L. Yorton was born on 8 Oct 1826, died on 21 Apr 1891 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI, and was buried in Gordon Cemetery, Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

Burial Notes: James Congdon Gordon Private Cemetery - Transcribed by James D. Thalacker <jim-thalacker@tds.net>

Location: Wellington Township, Monroe County, WI

Comments: James D. Thalacker <jim-thalacker@tds.net> transcribed all of the
headstones in the cemetery. There are 7 headstones with names incised and three
without names.

James C. Gordon - Veteran of the Civil War, 42nd Wisconsin Volunteer infantry

Rosilda L. Gordon (nee Yerton) - Wife of James C. Gordon

Alice F. Gordon - Daughter of James C and Rozilda Gordon

Herbert Bickford - Grandson of James C and Rosilda Gordon, Son of Martha Gordon and Unk Bickford

three unincised markers

Leonard L. and Goldie Gordon

George H. Gordon

William W. Gordon
(c) 2002 All Rights Reserved - James D. Thalacker <jim-thalacker@tds.net>

Rozilda married James Congdon Gordon, son of John Gordon and Martha Congdon, in 1848 in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY. James was born on 30 Oct 1825 in Madison Co, NY and died on 15 May 1909 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

• Military Service: Civil War.
Civil War, 42nd Wisconsin Volunteer infantry.

+ 220 M    i. James Melvin Gordon was born on 22 Jan 1849 in Syracuse, New York and died on 1 Feb 1941 in Anselmo, Custer Co, Nebraska.

+ 221 M    ii. John Peter Gordon was born on 12 Oct 1851 in Syracuse, New York and died on 12 Jan 1937 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   222 F    iii. Alice F. Gordon was born on 30 Oct 1853 in Syracuse, New York and died on 2 Sep 1875 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

   223 M    iv. William Warren Gordon was born on 1 Apr 1855 in Syracuse, New York and died on 5 Oct 1935 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

+ 224 F    v. Martha D. Gordon was born in 1856 in Concord Twp., Jefferson Co, Wisconsin and died in Douglas Co, Wisconsin.

+ 225 F    vi. Mary Rozilda Gordon was born on 19 Dec 1858 in Concord Twp., Jefferson Co, Wisconsin and died on 19 May 1945 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

+ 226 M    vii. George H. Gordon was born on 29 Oct 1861 in Concord Twp., Jefferson Co, Wisconsin and died on 7 Jun 1931 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

+ 227 M    viii. Joseph Henry Gordon was born on 19 Mar 1864 in Concord Twp., Jefferson Co, Wisconsin and died on 30 Jun 1949 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   228 M    ix. Leonard Leroy Gordon was born on 28 Jul 1866 in Concord Twp., Jefferson Co, Wisconsin and died on 29 Sep 1942 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

Leonard married Goldie Willard on 29 Jun 1913 in Watertown, Waukesha Co, Wisconsin. Goldie was born on 28 Feb 1887 in Oconomowoc, Waukesha Co, Wisconsin and died on 31 May 1967 in Viroqua, Vernon Co, Wisconsin.

88. George Ratnour was born in 1829, died on 17 Jan 1863, and was buried in Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.

George married Penelope <Ratnour>. Penelope was born about 1838 in New York.

• Census: federal, 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
Morgan LEWIS Self M Male W 76 NY Farmer --- ---
Penelope LEWIS Wife M Female W 48 NY Keeping House VT VT
Garrit RETNOUR SSon M Male W 26 NY Farmer & Mechanic NY NY
Helen RETNOUR DauL M Female W 19 NY NY NY
Willis RETNOUR SSon S Male W 18 NY NY NY
Gertrude M. RETNOUR SDau S Female W 16 NY At School NY NY

   229 M    i. Garrit Ratnour was born in 1854 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

   230 M    ii. Willis Ratnour was born in 1862 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

   231 F    iii. Gertrude Ratnour was born in 1863 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

90. Martin V. Ratnour was born on 23 Jun 1833 and died on 21 Mar 1907.

• Obituary: 17 Apr 1909, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28 MARTIN V. RATNOUR
------------
The death of Martin V. Ratnour
occured at his home on the Sherman
farm, New Boston street, Thursday
night at 6 o'clock. Mr. Ratnour was
born at Wampsville about 78 years
ago. He is survived by two children
Lewis Ratnour and Miss Ella E. Rat-
nour both of this village. The funeral
will be held at the home Sunday after-
noon at 2:30. Rev. Horatio Yates
will officiate and burial will be made
at Lenox Rural cemetery.

• Census: 1880, Lenox, Madison County, NY. 164
Martin RATONS Self M Male W 47 NY Farmer NY NY
Augusta RATONS Wife M Female W 42 NY House Keeping NY NY
Lewis RALOUR Son S Male W 12 NY At School NY NY
Ella E. RALOUR Dau S Female W 9 NY At School NY NY
Austin RALOUR Brother S Male W 55 NY Farmer NY NY

Martin married Annjenett <Ratnour>. Annjenett was born on 4 Dec 1839 and died on 31 Mar 1905.

   232 M    i. Louis A. Ratnour was born on 21 Oct 1868 and died on 5 Sep 1907 in Ossining, NY.

• Obituary: 7 Sep 1907, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 165 LOUIS RATNOUR KILLED
-----------
Canastota Man Struck by Twentieth
Century Limited Near Ossining
Louis A. Ratnour a well known and
popular young man of this village was in-
stantly killed by the Twentieth Century
Limited at Scarborough on the Hudson
River division of the New York Central
railroad Thursday morning at 8:30.
Mr. Ratnour and Clinton Jackson were
employed as carpenters on railroad work
at this place. A concrete fill was being
made on the river side of the tracks.
Ratnour was walking along side of the
tracks carrying in his arms two pieces of
scantling about eight feet long. The
engine struck the pieces of timber and
swung Mr. Ratnour around so that he
was struck by the tender or the first car
of the train and knocked him about
twenty feet. His neck was broken, his
back was broken, one leg was broken in
two places and the back of his skull was
crushed. It is probable that death was
instantaneous. The train was late and
endeavoring to make up time so that its
speed was probably more than a mile a
minute. The victim left Canastota only
a month ago to take the employment
which has terminated so terribly.
J. H. McMahon of this village was noti-
fied of the accident and the remains of
the unfortunate young man were shipped
here in his care.
Mr. Ratnour was 39 years of age and
was the son of the late Martin Ratnour
and wife. All of his life had been passed
in this town and he had made many
friends. He was a member of the Masonic
Lodge and had held the office of secre-
tary. He is survived by one sister, Miss
Ella Ratnour of this village.
Funeral services will be held at the M.
E. church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
and will be under the auspices of Canas-
tota Lodge No. 231, F. & A. M. Rev.
Horatio Yates will officiate and burial
will be made in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.

   233 F    ii. Ella Ratnour .

94. William H. Clock died on 22 Apr 1907 and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.70

Burial Notes: Plot of W. H., R. A., H. & F. S. Clock

William married Alvira <Clock>.

   234 M    i. Myron A. Clock was born in Feb 1871, died on 15 Aug 1871, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.

Burial Notes: Myron A., died Aug 15, 1871 ae 5 mos.
Byron, died Aug 15, 1871 ae 5 mos.
Twin sons of William H. and Alvira

   235 M    ii. Byron Clock was born in Feb 1871 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, died on 15 Aug 1871 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville Cemetery, Clockville, NY.166

Burial Notes: Myron A., died Aug 15, 1871 ae 5 mos.
Byron, died Aug 15, 1871 ae 5 mos.
Twin sons of William H. and Alvira

103. Cynthia Clock was born in 1832.

• resided: 1860, Lenox, Madison County, NY. Living with her parents and 3 year-old son:
Cyntha Van Deventer 28
Dewitt Van Deventer 3

Cynthia married Van Deventer before 1856.

   236 M    i. Dewitt Van Deventer was born in 1857.167

106. John Snyder Jr was born in 1805.

John married Nancy <Snyder>. Nancy was born in 1821.

   237 M    i. Nicholas J. Snyder was born in 18403 and died in 1903.3

• Military Service: Civil War, August 211862 - July 10 1865. 3 Name: Nicholas J Snyder ,
Enlistment Date: 21 August 1862
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: New York
Unit Numbers: 1426 1426
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 21 August 1862 at the age of 23
Enlisted in Company G, 157th Infantry Regiment New York on 19 September 1862.
Mustered out Company G, 157th Infantry Regiment New York on 10 July 1865 in Charleston, SC

   238 F    ii. Matilda Snyder was born in 1844.

   239 F    iii. Jane Snyder was born in 1847.

   240 M    iv. Daniel Snyder was born in 1852.

+ 241 F    v. Catherine Snyder was born in 1854, died on 29 Apr 1916 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,168 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 242 M    vi. Martin Snyder was born in 1855.

   243 F    vii. Malvina Snyder was born in 1858.

110. Moses Klock was born on 9 Jan 1814, died on 15 Apr 1885 in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY, and was buried in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

• Census: 1850, Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY. 169 Page 280

Moses married Mary Barnes, daughter of John Barnes and Anna Cornell, about 1834. Mary was born on 5 Oct 1816 and died on 15 Nov 1906.

   244 F    i. Alice Ann Klock was born on 21 Jul 1850 and died on 31 Mar 1857.

   245 M    ii. Ross O. Klock was born on 2 Mar 1855 and died on 11 Feb 1863.

111. John J. Klock Jr was born on 9 Nov 1820 and died on 20 Feb 1880 in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

John married Betsey Ann Belknap, daughter of Orrin Belknap and Rhoda Pillips. Betsey was born in 1829 and died in 1905.

+ 246 M    i. J. Frank Klock was born on 18 Feb 1850 and died on 19 Jan 1931.

112. Jonas Klock was born in 1815, died on 15 Apr 1896, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

Burial Notes: Riverside Cemetry

• Census: 1850, Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY. 170

Jonas married Lydia Hamilton, daughter of Levi Hamilton and Lucy Pierce, on 6 Oct 1842. Lydia was born on 22 Nov 1817, died on 29 Jul 1899, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.171

   247 F    i. Venelia Klock was born on 24 Mar 1845 and died on 25 Dec 1930.

Venelia married Jerry Haskins. Jerry was born in 1836 and died on 14 Jun 1894.

• Military Service: Pvt Co E 53 Mass Vol

   248 M    ii. Eugene B. Klock was born on 31 Aug 1848 and died on 8 Jul 1861.

   249 F    iii. Georgiette F. Klock was born on 21 Jul 1850 and died on 26 Aug 1861.

   250 F    iv. Emma Klock was born on 8 Jun 1856, died on 8 Sep 1861, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

115. Andrew Jackson Klock was born about 1828 in Brewerton, NY and died about 1899 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Andrew married Roxanna Madison. Roxanna died in 1875.

   251 M    i. Henry Lagrand Klock .

   252 M    ii. Clarence Leclair Klock .

   253 M    iii. James Monroe Klock .

116. Abram Klock .

Abram married unknown.

+ 254 F    i. Marilla Klock was born on 2 Aug 1844, died on 30 Dec 1936, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

117. John C. Klock .

• Census: 1850, Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY. 170

John married unknown.

   255 F    i. Phoebe Klock was born in 1840.

   256 F    ii. Betsey Klock was born in 1843.

   257 M    iii. Harrison Klock was born in 1845.

   258 M    iv. Conrad Klock .

   259 M    v. Robert Klock .

   260 M    vi. Adam Klock .

   261 F    vii. Melvina Klock .

   262 F    viii. Nancy Jane Klock .

122. Adam Klock .

• Census: 1850, Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY. 170

Adam married Lucy A. <Klock> before 1854.

   263 M    i. William F. Klock was born about 1 May 1855, died on 6 Jun 1855, and was buried in Town of Hastings, Oswego, NY.

Burial Notes: Caughdenoy Cemetery

125. Julia Klock was born in 1837 and died in 1913.

Julia married Ira Cummings. Ira was born about 1806 and died on 10 Nov 1883.

   264 F    i. Myra Cummings .

   265 F    ii. Delilah Cummings was born in 1859 and died in 1872.

   266 M    iii. Henry Cummings was born in 1865 and died in 1869.

127. Silas Rouse 52 was born in 1823, died on 1 Jan 1891,77 and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Census: U.S., 12 Jul 1860, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 136 Dwelling 987, visit 977 (next dwelling from his father, Elijah Rouse)
Silas Rouse 36, farmer
Louisa Rouse 19
Silas Rouse 3
Amelia Rouse 1

• Census: U.S., 20 Jun 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Dwelling 197, Visit 201
Silas 46 farmer, realty 14000, personal 3570
Silas Jr. 30, farm laborer
Amelia 11
Addie, 8
Lorisa, 6
Ida 4
Harrison 3

• Census: U.S., 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Silas BOUSE (sic) Self W Male W 56 NY Farmer NY NY
Jennie BOUSE Dau S Female W 16 NY House Keeping NY GER
Ida BOUSE Dau S Female W 15 NY At Home NY GER
Harrison BOUSE Son S Male W 13 NY NY GER
George CHAMPLIN Other S Male W 23 POLAND Farm Laborer POL POL
Frederick MERRIT Other S Male W 17 NY Farm Laborer NY NY

• Obituary: 5 Jan 1891. 85

• Probate: 9 Jan 1891, Madison County, NY. 172

Silas married Louise (Laura) Brown. Louise was born in 1842 and died on 28 Jan 1868 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

+ 267 M    i. Silas E. Rouse was born on 17 May 1857 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 14 Jul 1925 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,173 and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

   268 F    ii. Amelia Rouse was born in 1860, died in 1877, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Amelia married S. P. Harrington.

   269 F    iii. Jennie L. Rouse was born on 25 Dec 1863, died on 14 Feb 1941 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,174 and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• News Item: Oneida Union, 14 Oct 1889, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. Merrillsville Brevities:
-Miss Jennie Rouse has begun her school in the Ingalls district.

Feb. 24, 1890 -Jennie Rouse closed her school in the Ingalls district on Tuesday, of last week, after a successful term of 16 weeks.

Jennie married Giles P. Harrington, son of Morris Harrington and Cornelia <Harrington>, on 26 Feb 1891 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. Giles was born in 1860, died in 1923, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• News Item: Oneida Union, 14 Mar 1891, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.
 -Our future postmaster, Giles F. Har-
rington, was united in marriage to Miss
Jennie Rouse, February 26. After en-
joying a visit with relatives at Mc-
Connellsville, they have returned to their
home here. We unite with their many
friends in wishing them much joy.

Marriage Notes: The Oneida Union
Merrillsville.
March 14, 1891.
-Our future postmaster, Giles F. Har-
rington, was united in marriage to Miss
Jennie Rouse, February 26. After en-
joying a visit with relatives at Mc-
Connellsville, they have returned to their
home here. We unite with their many
friends in wishing them much joy.


   270 F    iv. Ida May Rouse was born on 26 Aug 1865 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died in 1904 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,175 and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

Ida married Arthur Marion Eddy, son of Seamon Eddy and Sally Jane Hainsworth, on 17 Mar 1892. Arthur was born on 26 Oct 1866 in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY.

• Census: 1920, Jan 1920, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 176
Center Street (farm)
Arthur M., Head, 54
Clara M., wife, 33
Semun A., son, 13
Karl B., son, 11

+ 271 M    v. Harrison A. Rouse was born on 2 May 1867 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 11 Dec 1937 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,177 and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

129. Malinda Rouse was born on 26 Sep 1830 and died on 18 Apr 1898 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.78

• AKA: Malinda. 178

• Obituary: 20 Apr 1898, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. 178

Malinda married William R. Stone in 1848. William was born in 1825, died on 11 Jun 1908, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Obituary: Oneida Union, 27 May 1908, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. 179

• Census: U.S., 24 Jul 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
William Stone, 34, farmer
Malinda Stone, 20
William R. Stone, 5/12
Dewelling 352, visit 352

• Census: U.S., 20 Jun 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 180 Page 23, dwelling 196, visit 200
Stone, William, 45, farmer, realty 4875, personal 1575
Delinda (sic), 40, housekeeping
Riley, 20
Silas, 18

(Living next door to Silas Rouse, Melinda Rouse Stone's brother.)

• Census: U.S., 1880, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 52 William STONE Self M Male W 53 NY Farmer NY NY
Melinda STONE Wife M Female W 47 NY House Keeping NY NY
Silas STONE Son S Male W 28 NY Farm Laborer NY NY
Mary BETSINGER Other Female W 23 NY Housework NY NY

+ 272 M    i. William Riley Stone was born in Mar 1850, died in 1923, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.24

   273 M    ii. Silas Stone was born in 1852 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 19 Jan 1902 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,181 and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee, 25 Jan 1902, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 182
Died.
STONE--At Merrillsville January 19, 1902, Silas E. Stone aged 49 years,
8 months. Funeral Wednesday at 2 o'clock.

Silas married Harriet Marsh on 1 Mar 1895 in Siloam, Town of Smithfield, NY.28

133. Ann C. Rouse was born on 20 Nov 1837 in New York, died on 20 Mar 1906 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,79 and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee, 24 Mar 1906, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 183
Mrs. Henry L. Adams.
Anna C. Adams, wife of Henry L.
Adams, died at her home at Lenox in
the town of Lincoln, Tuesday morn-
ing aged 68 years, 4 months. Mrs.
Adams is survived by her husand to
whom she had been married 52 years,
and also by four children, Mrs. A.
F. Brown and George E. Adams, of
Oneida, Fred E. Adams, who resides
in Ohio and Mrs. Mary Ennis, of
Lenox. Funeral services were held
at her late home Thursday afternoon
at 1 o'clock. The Rev. N. J. Stearns,
pastor of the Clockville, M.E. church,
officiating and burial was made
in the cemetery at Merrillsville.

Ann married Henry L. Adams Jr, son of Henry W. Adams and Patty <Adams>, about 1854. Henry was born in 1835 in New York, died in 1915, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Military Service: 1st Lt., Co. D, 117 NYV.

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Henry L. ADAMS Self M Male W 44 NY Carpenter NY NY
Anna ADAMS Wife M Female W 40 NY House Keeping NY NY
Mary ADAMS Dau S Female W 6 NY At School NY NY
G. Albert ADAMS Son S Male W 3 NY NY NY

   274 F    i. Mary A. Adams was born in 1874, died in 1947, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: Mar 1906, Lenox, Madison County, NY.

Mary married <Unknown> Ennis.

   275 M    ii. George E. Adams was born in 1876, died in 1960, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: Mar 1906, Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

   276 M    iii. Fred E. Adams .

• Residence: Mar 1906, Ohio.

   277 F    iv. <Unknown> Adams .

• Residence: Mar 1906, Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

<Unknown> married A. F. Brown.

134. Margaret Rouse was born on 13 Dec 1839 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 24 Nov 1909 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,80,81,82 and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

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

• Residence: West Road - widow, 1909, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 28

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 26 Nov 1909, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 184
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.

Margaret married Luther B. Ingalls,185 son of John Jay Ingalls and Anna A. Buyea, about 1860. Luther was born in May 1838 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY,186 died on 2 Jun 1906 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,187,188,189 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

• Residence: Brewer rd, Between 1902 and 1905, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• AKA: Luther Ingles (1868/69) Lot 5, 1869. 90
INGLES, LUTHER, (Wampsville,) lot 5, farmer 198.

• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
==========
Visit 224
Luther 32
Maggie 28
Luther Jr. 7
Carrie 6
Harrison 2
Jennie 1
==========

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 93
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.
========================================================
Visit 10 Luther, Margaret, and Jay on West Road, Oneida, New York
========================================================

• Occupation: Farmer, 61 acres, 1882, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 190

• Occupation: Farmer, Mt. Pleasant, 1901, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: Mt Pleasant Ave, Feb 1901, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 191
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. 192
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 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.

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

   279 F    ii. Carrie Ingalls was born in 1864.

+ 280 M    iii. Harrison Rouse Ingalls was born on 20 Feb 1868 in New York,80 died on 16 Sep 1919 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,24,193 and was buried on 19 Sep 1919 in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.24

+ 281 F    iv. Jennie Ingalls was born on 15 Dec 1869 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,80 died on 30 Mar 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,194 and was buried on 2 Apr 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

+ 282 F    v. Anna B. Ingalls was born in 1872.

+ 283 M    vi. Jay Ingalls was born on 21 Feb 1874 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, died on 25 Jul 1948,24 and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.24

+ 284 M    vii. Merton R. Ingalls was born on 18 Jul 1876.195

   285 F    viii. Maud Ingalls was born in 1880.

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

• Residence: Brewer rd, 1905, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: West av, 1909, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Census: U.S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 196
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. 97

Maud married George Brown. George died before 1930.

• Residence: Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

• Occupation: farm hand, 1917, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 197 Brown, George (Maud) farm hand R1 Oneida 33.

   286 F    ix. Lulu Ingalls was born in 1882.

• Residence: on Mt Pleasant Ave, 1901, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 198

• Residence: Brewer rd, 1905, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• 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. 199

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

• Military: WWI Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 200
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. 201
Knight CR
5 miles S of Oneida
Map: 18P
Mailing Address: RD2 Oneida

• Census: U. S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 202 Goff Road
Clarence, age 37, farmer
Lulu, wife, age 36

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 97
Clarence, 48, age at 1st marriage: 18, dairy farmer
Lulu, wife, 49, age at 1st mariage: 35
Brown, Maude, sister-in-law, widow, 50

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

140. Cynthia Clock was born in 1832.

• resided: 1860, Lenox, Madison County, NY. Living with her parents and 3 year-old son:
Cyntha Van Deventer 28
Dewitt Van Deventer 3

Cynthia married Van Deventer before 1856.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 103)

144. Deforest Tuttle was born in 1866, died in 1898, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Deforest married Flora M. Bellinger, daughter of Jacob Bellinger and Cynthia L. Eddy, on 12 Jun 1890. Flora was born on 8 Apr 1867 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died on 4 Oct 1918 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,203 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 288 M    i. Harry Milton Tuttle was born on 13 Apr 1892 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   289 M    ii. Carlton Tuttle was born in 1893, died in 1898, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   290 F    iii. Ruth Pauline Tuttle was born on 12 Jan 1897,204 died on 30 Jan 1897,205 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

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153. Henry R. Adle was born in 1841, died in 1900 in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY,99,100 and was buried in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.24

• Census: 1870, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 206 Visit 487?

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Henry ADLE Self M Male W 38 NY Farmer NY NY
Olive ADLE Wife M Female W 28 NY House Keeper IRE NY
Delia ADLE Dau S Female W 10 NY At School NY NY
Ada ADLE Dau S Female W 8 NY At School NY NY
Elberton ADLE Son S Male W 6 NY At School NY NY
Ida ADLE Dau S Female W 4 NY At Home NY NY

• Census: 1890 Veterans Special Schedule, Sep 1890, Town of Fenner, Madison Co, NY. 207 Line 14, house no. 245, visitation 245
Henry R. Adle, Private, Company G, 34th Regiment New York Infantry, Enlisted 10 May 1861, discharged 03 Jul 1836; Length of service: 2 yrs., 2 days.
Notes: Post-office Address: Peterborough, NY; disability incurred: shot left leg; Remarks: Re-enlisted veteran.

Henry married Olive Guy, daughter of William Guy and Elizabeth Ann (Betsey) Highland. Olive was born in 1859 and died on 9 Nov 1924.

• Residence: Jenning, 1919, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

   291 F    i. Margaret Adle was born about 1868.

   292 F    ii. Adelia (Della) Adle was born on 31 Jan 1870 and died in 1956.

Adelia married William S. Alexander.

   293 F    iii. Ada Belle Adle was born on 14 Feb 1872 and died in 1960.

Ada married William S. Ginney. William was born in 1867 and died in 1944.

   294 F    iv. Ida Mae (Mildred) Adle was born on 1 Sep 1877.

Ida married Earnest Humez (Humes) on 18 Sep 1895.

   295 F    v. Rose Jill Adle was born on 10 Oct 1880.

Rose married Stephen Yessa in Wellsboro, PA.

   296 M    vi. Henry James Adle was born on 10 Oct 1882.

Henry married Nora <Adle>.

   297 F    vii. Pearline Adle was born on 22 Mar 1887 and died in 1907 in New York, New York.

Pearline married Coonie.

+ 298 M    viii. Alverton Stark Adle was born on 21 Dec 1872 in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY, died on 29 Mar 1968 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,208 and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

157. Harriet Buyea was born in 1836.

Harriet married Hollenbeck.

   299 M    i. John Willard Hollenbeck .

   300 M    ii. James Hollenbeck .

158. Hiram Buyea was born in 1837, died on 26 Mar 1918, and was buried on 29 Mar 1918 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes: Sec F Lot 108

• Occupation: farmer (Perryville,) lot 30, farmer 98., 1868-1869, Town of Fenner, Madison Co, NY. 90

• Residence: 1896, Oran, Onondaga Co., NY. 209

• Obituary: Daily Journal, 28 Mar 1918, Syracuse, New York. 210 Syracuse Daily Journal
March 28, 1918

Hiram Buyea, 86, died at Oran
Wednesday after a short illness. He
had been a resident there many years.
Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Cornelia
L. Buyea; three sons. John H.
of Clockville, Jacob of Cazenovia and
William H. Buyea of this city: two
sisters, Mrs. Charles Hurd of Chittenango
and Mrs. Emma Rickerd of
Oneida, Funeral services will be hold
at the family home at 1:30 o'clock
Friday afternoon. Burial will be at
Cazenovia.

• Probate: News item, 12 Apr 1928, Fayetteville, NY. 211 Hiram Buyea Left $21,000 Estate

An estate of $21,000 was left by
Hiram Buyea, a well-know Oran
farmer whose will was filed with
Surrogate John W. Sadler by Attor-
ney George H. Cole on Friday. Mr.
Buyea's estate included farming
property and other real estate worth
$17,000.

The sum of $500 left by Mrs. Mary
Buyea, the first wife of the deceased,
goes to three children, John Buyea,
Jacob Buyea and Willard Buyea and
one grandchild, Mildred Thurston
Clemons. Mrs. Clemons also receives
a legacy of an additional $200.

Mrs. Corneila Buyea, the widow,
received $2,000 under will. The re-
siduary estate goes to the three sons
but the share of Jacob Buyea is held
in trust for his benefit and that his
wife, Mrs. Blanche Buyea. In case
of illness they are allowed to draw
upon the principal.

Fayetteville Bulletin. April 12, 1918

Hiram married Mary Harter, daughter of John Harter and Mary <Harter>. Mary was born about 1846, died on 21 May 1891, and was buried on 24 May 1891 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Death Notes: Interment Record in Cazenovia Town Hall

Burial Notes: Sec F Lot 108

+ 301 M    i. Jacob John Buyea was born on 20 Mar 1874 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY, died on 5 Sep 1932 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

+ 302 M    ii. Willard H. Buyea was born in 1875, died on 23 Nov 1951, and was buried on 26 Nov 1951 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

   303 F    iii. Bertha Buyea was born in 1877, died in 1877, and was buried in 1877 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

   304 M    iv. John J. Buyea died on 12 Nov 1923 and was buried on 15 Nov 1923 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

   305 F    v. Jennie Buyea .

Jennie married Thomas Shanahan. Thomas was born in 1869 and died in 1912.

Hiram next married Cornelia Lewis on 25 Apr 1901 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., NY.212

Marriage Notes: REGISTER OF MARRIAGES IN THE VILLAGE OF MANLIUS
8/31/1887-12/25/1907
Submitted by Sue Goodfellow, The Manlius Historical Society

BUYEA, Hiram, res. Cazenovia, NY, ae. 55, farmer, b. Lenox, NY, fa. Jacob Buyea, mo. Betsey Ann Adle, 2nd marriage hu, 1st marriage wife. Married Cornelia Lewis Apr. 25, 1901 by Rev. E. L. Evans.

159. Robert Buyea was born about 1839, died on 10 Apr 1915, and was buried on 9 May 1915 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes: Sec H Lot 254

Robert married Sarah Martha Hart, daughter of Sylvenus Hart and Sarah Ann Boyer. Sarah was born about 1845, died on 28 Sep 1926 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY, and was buried on 1 Oct 1926 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: 1892, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY. 213

+ 306 M    i. John H. Buyea was born in 1859.

+ 307 F    ii. Minnie Buyea .

   308 F    iii. Cornelia Hart Buyea was born on 10 Nov 1871, died on 3 Jun 1898, and was buried in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY.24

Cornelia married Daniel Grant Gates, son of Francis H. Gates and Frances E. Everson. Daniel was born on 24 Apr 1868, died on 14 Apr 1909, and was buried in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY.24

   309 M    iv. Alanson B. Buyea was born in 1876, died on 25 Jun 1937, and was buried on 27 Jun 1937 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes:
===========
Section H
Lot #254
===========

Alanson married Josephine R. Jones on 20 Aug 1911 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.214 Josephine was born in 1882, died on 14 Apr 1961, and was buried on 17 Apr 1961 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.24

Marriage Notes: Register Data 1908 - 1914
================================
Lanson B. Buyea Josephine R. Jones
Cazenovia 35 Cazenovia 29
Robert Buyea Humphrey Jones
Sarah Martha Hart Minnie Evans
20 Aug 1911


Burial Notes:
========
Section L
Lot #81
========

   310 F    v. Bertha Buyea was born on 15 Oct 1877,215 died on 11 Nov 1877, and was buried in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes: p97 Sec H Lot 254

   311 F    vi. Josephine Buyea was born in 1882, died on 14 Apr 1961, and was buried in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes: Sec H Lot 254

   312 M    vii. Floyd S. Buyea was born in 1883, died on 6 Oct 1910, and was buried on 9 Oct 1910 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes: Sec H Lot 254

160. Anna Marie Buyea was born in 1841.

Anna married John S. Cramer, son of William B. Cramer and Mahalia Moot. John was born in 1834.

• Census: U.S., 14 Jul 1870, Bouckville, Town of Eaton, Madison County, NY. 216 Dwelling 641, visit 656:
Cramer, John S., 32, farmer
Anna M., 28
Marvin, 7, m
Rosa, 4, f

   313 M    i. Marvin Cramer was born in 1863.

   314 F    ii. Rosa Cramer was born in 1866.

161. Nancy J. Buyea was born in 1843, died in 1919,105 and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, N. Y..

Birth Notes: Based on age in 1850 Census

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 1849. 217

• Census: 1850, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Visit 266
The middle initial is listed in the census.
This matches the result of the LDS file (1 K3S-7C9)

Nancy married Charles S. Hurd, son of Charles E. Hurd and Katie Kincaid. Charles was born in 1839 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, died in 1922, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, N. Y..

+ 315 F    i. Hattie Mae Hurd was born on 22 Jan 1871 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

   316 M    ii. Arthur D. Hurd was born in 1868, died in 1869, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, N. Y..

162. Catherine Buyea was born in 1849.

Catherine married Hollenbeck.

   317 M    i. James Hollenbeck .

   318 M    ii. William Hollenbeck .

   319 F    iii. Ida Hollenbeck .

   320 F    iv. Mary Hollenbeck .

165. Simeon J. Buyea was born in 1858, died on 13 Jul 1930, and was buried on 16 Jul 1930 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes:
=============
Sec OK Lot 72
============

• Occupation: spt Cazenovia Canning Co, 1917, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY. 218

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 219
Household: (is next to household of Erastus Ingalls)

Simeon BUYEA Self M Male W 23 NY Farmer NY NY
Ida M. BUYEA Wife M Female W 22 NY Keeping House NY NY
Earl M. BUYEA Son S Male W 3M NY NY NY
Jacob BUYEA Father W Male W 70 NY Retired Farmer NY NY
Lucretia BUYEA Sister S Female W 28 NY Servant NY NY
Fred DRAKE Other S Male W 17 NY Farm Labor NY NY


Simeon married Ida M. Miller, daughter of Levi Miller and Mariam Adams, on 21 Feb 1878. Ida was born in 1859, died on 5 Aug 1938, and was buried on 8 Aug 1938 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.220

+ 321 M    i. Earl Miller Buyea was born in 1879, died on 30 Jun 1934, and was buried in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.220

166. Dudley Adle was born in 1858.

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Birthplace NY
Age 22
Occupation Grocer
Marital Status S <Single>
Head of Household Henry BURDICK (Hotel)
Relation Other
Father's Birthplace NY
Mother's Birthplace NY

Dudley married Francis Baldwin.

+ 322 M    i. Dudley F. Adle was born on 21 Nov 1909 in Detroit, Michigan and died in Aug 1980 in Dearborn, Wayne, Michigan.

168. Hannah Morris was born on 27 Oct 1839, died on 7 Nov 1915,108 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.109

Hannah married John W. Maine, son of Avery Maine and Laura Baldwin. John was born on 17 Jul 1836, died on 19 Jul 1917 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,221 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.24

   323 M    i. Avery Maine was born in 1865.

   324 F    ii. Fannie L. Maine was born on 28 Jun 1866, died on 26 Sep 1920 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,222 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Fannie married Frank Andrew Miller, son of Charles H. Miller and Caroline Hawley, on 6 Dec 1899 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.223 Frank was born on 18 Apr 1871 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died on 29 May 1929 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,224 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   325 F    iii. Lillie Maine was born on 28 Oct 1868 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, died on 4 Dec 1945 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,225 and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

Lillie married John H. Harrington.

   326 F    iv. Maine .

Maine married Keene.

+ 327 M    v. Prescott Dodge Maine was born in 1878 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

169. Mary Morris was born in 1843.

Mary married Minzo Root. Minzo was born in 1835.

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 93
Menzo D. ROOT Self M Male W 45 NY Farmer NY NY
Mary ROOT Wife M Female W 37 NY Keeping House NY NY
Fillie ROOT Dau S Female W 7 NY School NY NY
Fred ROOT Son S Male W 5 NY School NY NY

   328 F    i. Tillie Root was born in 1873.

Tillie married Ackley.

   329 F    ii. Karen Root .

Karen married Hunter.

   330 M    iii. Fred Root was born in 1875.

175. Ella (Elnora) Adle was born on 18 Jun 1855, died on 6 Sep 1914,111 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
Birthplace NY
Age 23
Occupation Servant
Marital Status Single
Head of Household N. M. CHAFFEE
Relation Other
Father's Birthplace NY
Mother's Birthplace NY

Ella married Smith Van Dusen, son of Martin Van Dusen Jr and Lucinda Mason. Smith was born on 30 Apr 1854 in Wayne, NY, died on 18 Aug 1937,226 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Property: Malachi Van Dusen farm, 1892.

+ 331 F    i. Mable M Van Dusen was born on 14 Aug 1881, died on 20 Sep 1924 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,227 and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

+ 332 M    ii. Glen Van Dusen was born in 1882, died in 1893, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 333 F    iii. Mildred (Twin) Van Dusen was born in 1885.

+ 334 M    iv. Melvin (Twin) Van Dusen was born in 1885.

   335 F    v. Addie Van Dusen was born in 1885, died on 20 Dec 1899 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,228 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 336 F    vi. Bessie Van Dusen was born in 1887 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died in 1915, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   337 M    vii. Lavina Van Dusen was born in 1888.

+ 338 M    viii. Blaine Van Dusen was born in 1894.

   339 M    ix. Milton Van Dusen .

177. Frank S. Adle was born in 1857 in Madison County, NY, died on 26 Aug 1934 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY,112 and was buried on 29 Aug 1934 in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Canastota, NY.

• Residence: 118 Pleasant Street, 1913, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Tax List: Village Tax Sale, 23 Feb 1884, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 229 State of New York, Village of Canastota, Treasurerer's office.
February 23, 1884
WHEREAS, Arrears of taxes for the year 1883 charged and imposed pursuant
to law, remain due and unpaid on the several tracts, lots, pieces and
arcels of land discried in the following ...

Name: Adle, Frank
Location: 118 Pleasant St.
Description: H & L
Assessment: $900
Tax $10.43
Interest: $1.43
Total: $21.86

• Census: U.S., 1880, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. 52
Frank L. ADLE Self M Male W 28 NY Works In Rake Factory NY NY
Lottie ADLE Wife M Female W 27 NY Keeping House NY NY
Mertie ADLE Dau S Female W 2 NY NY NY

• Census: U.S., 1910, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 230
Frank, 56, married 38 yrs., laborer, day work (out of work 10 weeks in year)
Lotie, 56, 7 children born, 3 living
Albert 27, machinist, wagon factory

• Census: U.S., 1920, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.
118 Pleasant Street
Frank, 65, night watchman, wagon factory
Charlotte, 66

• Census: U.S., 1930, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.
118 Pleasant Street, Village of Canastota
Frank, age 76

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 31 Aug 1934, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
FRANK ADLE, 80,
DIED SUNDAY NIGHT
----------
The funeral of Frank Adle, 80, who
died at his home on Pleasant street
Sunday night following a two week's
illness was conducted from the Pres-
ton Funeral Home in Center street,
Wednesday afternoon with burial in
Mount Pleasant cemetery.
Adle, a veteran employee of the
Patten & Stafford rake factory when
that industry was one of the booming
industries in the community had been
in poor health for several months.
He was employed at the firm at
Clockville before its factory and of-
fice building were moved to this
community and before retiring he ser-
ved as night watchman at the Rex-
Watson factory here.
His wife died last March and a son
William is the only living near rela-
tive.

Frank married Charlotte Orton, daughter of Oren Orton and Ann Simons. Charlotte was born in 1854, died on 5 Mar 1934 in Binghamton, Broome Co., New York,231 and was buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Canastota, NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 9 Mar 1934, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 231
MRS. FRANK ADLE
OLD RESIDENT DEAD
------------
The funeral of Mrs. Charlotte Adle
wife of Frank Adle, 118 Pleasant st.
was held Wednesday afternoon at the
Baptist church with Rev. E. O. Jessup
officiating. Burial was made at Mt.
Pleasant cemetery. Mrs. Adle died in
Binghamton Monday and the remains
were brought here by L. G. Preston.
Mrs. Adle was a native of Sullivan
where she was born 80 years ago, the
daughter of Oren and Ann Simons
Orton. Most of her life had been spent
in this village. Surviving besides her
husband is a son William at home
and two sisters Mrs. Hugh Roberts
and Mrs. Edward Post both of Utica.
She was a member of the Baptist
church of Canasota and of the Ladies
Aid Society and was active in all af-
fairs of the church until her illness
which has existed for four years.

   340 F    i. Myrtle J. Adle was born in Jan 1878, died on 30 Nov 1926 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY,232 and was buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Canastota, NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 3 Dec 1926, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28 Miss Myrtle Adle Dead
Miss Myrtle Adle, age 48, died at
the home of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Adle in Pleasant Street
Tuesday, following an illness of two
months. Besides her parents she is
survived by two brothers. Funeral
services were held at the home yes-
terday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev.
C. W. Newman, pastor of the Baptist
church of which she was a member
officiating. Interment was made in
Mt. Pleasant cemetery.

• Census: U.S., 1900, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 233
Girls Building, Syracuse State Institution for Feeble-Minded Children
Age 22
b. Jan 1878

• Census: U.S., 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 234
Syracuse State Institution for Feeble Minded Children
J. Myrtle Adle
age 31

• Census: U.S., 1920, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 235
South Wilbur Avenue, Syracuse State Institution for Feeble-Minded Children
Age 42

   341 M    ii. Jabus William Adle was born on 31 Aug 1882, died on 22 Sep 1934 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY,236 and was buried on 25 Sep 1934 in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Canastota, NY.

• Military: WWI Draft Registration 1917-1918, 12 Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY.
Roll: 1753842
Nearest relative: Frank Adle, 118 Pleasant St., Canastota
Questions answered by father account of applicant being in hospital.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 28 Sep 1934, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28
WILLIAM ADLE DIED
HERE ON SATURDAY
-----------------
William Adle died in the Canastota
hospital Saturday morning following
a month's illness. Frank Adle, father
of William, died about a month ago
and the son had been ill since
that time. He was a mason.
Funeral services in charge of Leon
G. Preston were conducted at the Pres-
ton Funeral Home Tuesday afternoon,
Rev. A. D. Stearns of the Presbyterian
church officiated and burial was in
Mt. Pleasant cemetery.

   342 M    iii. Albert Leroy Adle was born on 9 Jan 1885 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY, died on 11 Sep 1913 in Aberdeen, South Dakota,237 and was buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Canastota, NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 20 Sep 1913, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 237
BERT ADLE DEAD
-------------------------------
Fatally Injured Wednesday At Aberdeen, S.D.
-------------------------------
Bert L. Adle, a former resident of Canastota, died at Aberdeen,
South Dakota, Thursday of injuries which he received the
preceding day. The first message was received Wednesday by
Mr. Adle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adle, saying that he had
been seriously injured and that particulars would be given by
letter. On Thursday afternoon a telegram came announcing
the death and asking what disposition should be made of the
body. Mr. Adle on Friday wired $159 to Aberdeen to pay
hospital and undertaker's expenses and the cost of sending
the body here. It is expected that the remains will arrive Sunday
and that the funeral will be held at the home in Pleasant street
Monday, Rev. A. C. Horsman, officiating.
Bert Leroy Adle was born in Canastota, Jan. 9, 1885, and was
nearly 30 years old. He grew up here and was inclined to
athletics, making one of the best foot ball players of Madison
county. About a year and a half ago he left Canastota and little
had been heard from him since. A month ago his mother had
a letter from him from Sioux City.

179. Alice Adle was born in 1861.

• resided: County Road, 1910, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.
Living with brother-in-law, Joseph Mason, and her son 5-year-old LeRoy, after death of husband.

Alice married John Mason, son of Jacob Mason Sr. and Catherine Snyder, about 1880. John was born in 1853, died on 5 Nov 1910 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,238 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Census: 1880, Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. 52
John MASON Self M Male W 27 NY Farmer NY NY
Alice A. MASON Wife M Female W 16 NY House Keeping NY NY
Jacob MASON Father M Male W 56 NY Farmer SCO NY
Catherine MASON Mother M Female W 55 NY House Keeping NY NY
Sylvester MASON Brother S Male W 21 NY Farm Laborer NY NY
Joseph MASON Brother S Male W 19 NY Farm Laborer NY NY
Edward MASON Brother S Male W 17 NY At School NY NY
Semore MASON Brother S Male W 15 NY At School NY NY

+ 343 F    i. Gertrude Mason was born in 1882, died on 12 Feb 1900,239 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   344 M    ii. William E. Mason was born on 15 Sep 1882, died on 16 Feb 1925 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,240 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   345 F    iii. Harriet E. Mason was born in 1889 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Harriet married Albert Chambers, son of Albert Chambers and Anna McCane, on 24 Jun 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.241 Albert was born in 1879 in Morristown, PA.

   346 M    iv. Leon Mason was born in 1890.

   347 F    v. Mabelle Mason was born on 4 Apr 1897,242 died in 1897,243 and was buried in 1897 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.243

   348 F    vi. Elizabeth Lucinda Mason was born on 17 Aug 1902, died on 24 Aug 1902 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,244 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Undocumented burial

   349 M    vii. Leroy Mason was born on 19 Apr 1904.245

   350 M    viii. John Mason .

Alice next married George Quackenbush, son of Alexander Quackenbush and Nancy Stone, on 29 Jan 1919 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.246 George was born in Sep 1865 in Town of Sullivan, Madison Co, NY, died on 25 May 1928, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

181. Lewis O. Betsinger was born in 1852 in New York, died on 26 Feb 1919, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: Clockville.

• Census: U.S., 1880, Lenox, Madison County, NY. 52
Household 25, visitation 25:
Louis BETSINGER Self M Male W 29 NY Works In Rake Factory NY NY
Sarah H. BETSINGER Wife M Female W 23 NY NY NY
Maud BETSINGER Other S Female W 4 NY NY NY
Lillie BETSINGER Other S Female W 2 NY NY NY
Evangeline BETSINGER Other S Female W 1 NY NY NY

• Census: U.S., 22 Jun 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 247 lines 51-56

Lewis Betsinger 48, conducts saw mill
Sarah A Betsinger 43, m 25 years, 5/5 children living
Bertha Betsinger 8
Lewis E Betsinger 6
Martha Betsinger 2
Ella S Betsinger 1

• Census: U.S., 1910, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 248 District 20, lines 73-77,
125 Hickory Street, Village of Canastota:
Betsiner, Louis O., 57, 1st marraiage, m 36 years, machinist at pulley works
Sarah, wife, 53, m 36 yrs., 6 children/5 living
Ruth, daughter, 18
Elias, son 16, laborer, trap factory
Martha, daughter, 12

• Obituary: Canastota Bee, 1 Mar 1919, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 249
Louis Betsinger.
The body of Louis Betsinger, a for-
mer resident of this section, whose
death occured at Hannibal, will be
brought here and the funeral will be
held at the home of his brother, James
Betsinger, in Pleasant street at 2 o'-
clock Wednesday afternoon. Rev. A.
C. Horsman will officiate. Hiram Bet-
singer of Clockville is a brother, and
surviving also are two sisters, Mrs.
Huldah Miller of Oneida and Mrs. Ma-
ry Acker of Hannibal.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 1 Mar 1919, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28 Louis O. Betsinger
The death of Louis O. Betsinger, a former resident of Clockville, occurred Sunday at the home of his daughter at Hannibal, N. Y. The funeral was held Wednesday, at the home of his brother, James Betsinger at Canastota, and burial was made in Clockville cemetery. Deceased survived by a widow and four daughters, Mrs. Chas. Stockwell and Miss Martha Betsinger of Oneida; Mrs. Eva Cook of Cortland, Mrs. Frazer Ecker of Hannibal and one son, Elias Betsinger of Oneida.

Lewis married Sarah Hall in 1874. Sarah was born in 1852 in New York and died on 14 Mar 1925.

+ 351 F    i. Maud Betsinger was born in Sep 1875.

   352 F    ii. Lily Betsinger was born in 1878, died on 3 Jun 1881, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 353 F    iii. Eva Betsinger was born in 1879.

   354 F    iv. Bertha Betsinger was born in May 1892.

+ 355 M    v. Lewis Elias Betsinger was born on 17 Mar 1894 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.250

   356 F    vi. Martha Betsinger was born on 28 Feb 1898.251

182. James M. Betsinger was born on 9 Jul 1854, died on 19 Jan 1939, and was buried on 22 Jan 1939 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Census: U.S., Jun 1880, Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY. 252 Village of Clockville, household 186, visitation 186:
James Betsinger, 25, boarder, working in rake factory
(boarding with Reuben S. and Harriet E. Goff, with their daughter Harriet Taylor, m to Raymond Taylor)

• Census: U.S., Apr 1900, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 253 Village of Canastota, 104 Pleasant Street

Betsinger, James, head, b Jul 1855, m 20 yrs., carpenter
Nora, wife, b Jan 1854, age 43, m 20 yrs., 5 ch./4 living
Pearl, daughter, b. Feb 1882, 18
Gertrude, daughter, b Feb 1886, 14
Ethel, daughter, b Aug 1888, 11
Ferneld, daughter, b Mar 1890, 10

• Census: U.S., 20 Apr 1910, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 254 Village of Canastota, 104 Pleasant Street, household 115, visitation 120:
James M Betsinger, head, 47, m(1) 30 yrs., carpenter, wagon factory
Ella, wife, 45, m (1) 30 yrs., 5 ch., 4 living
Fernald, daughter, 20, single

• Census: U.S., 20 Jan 1920, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 255 Village of Canastota, 104 Pleasant Street, household 360, visitation 429:
James M Betsinger 65, mechanic, novelty factory
Eleanora Betsinger 62
Gertrude E Betsinger 34, daughter, teacher, public school
Vern Smith 27, son-in-law, shipping clerk, silver plant
Fernald Smith, daughter, 29
Muriel Smith, granddaughter, 3 9/12
Elnora Smith, granddaughter, 2 4/12

• Census: U.S., 12 Apr 1930, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 256
104 Pleasant Street, Village of Canastota
Household 143, visitation 154
Vern Smith 38, age at 1st marriage, 22
Fernald Smith 40, wife, 40, age at 1sr marriage, 24
Murial Smith 14, daughter
Elenora Smith 12, daughter
James Smith 7, son
Richard Smith 5, son
James Betsinger 75, father-in-law, age at 1st marriage, 25

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 20 Jan 1939, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 257
JAMES BETSINGER, 84
DIED YESTERDAY
Word was received here Thursday
of the death of James Betsinger, 84,
veteran employe (sic) of the Patten & Staff-
ord rake factory here at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Ethel Whitcomb,
in Hubbardsville where he had been
for the past four months.
Mr. Betsinger died about 6 A. M.
Thursday after a brief illness. He was
one of the original employes(sic) of the
old Patten and Stafford company,
coming to this village with the firm
when it moved to Canastota from
Clockville. He bought a home on Pleas-
ant St., Canastota and lived here for
most of his life.
He was born July 9, 1854, a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Betsinger, who
were pioneer settlers of Clockville and
he spent his early life in the neighbor-
ing hamlet. Following the rake factory
fire he was employed by the Watson
Wagon Co. and the Sherwood Mfg.
company. His wife, the former Elnor
Alexander died in March 1930.
He is survived by four daughters.
Mrs. LaVerne Smith of Ilion, Mrs. A.
W. Currier of Saranac Lake, Mrs.
Wallace Sykes of Bloomingdale, N. Y.,
and Mrs. Whitcomb at whose home he
died; also a sister Mrs. David Miller
of Hannibal and a brother Hiram Bet-
singer of Clockville, 12 grandchildren
and 13 great grandchildren.
The funeral will be conducted from
the M. E. Newberry and Son Funeral
home in South Peterboro St., Sunday
at 2 o'clock with Rev. R. Farr Brown,
pastor of Earlville M. E. church offic-
iating. Burial will be made in the Bet-
singer family plot in Clockville ceme-
tery. Friends may call at the funeral
home Saturday afternoon or evening.

James married Elnora Alexander in 1880. Elnora was born in 1857, died in Mar 1930, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   357 F    i. Harriet Betsinger died in 1898 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Harriet married Alpheus Twist.

   358 F    ii. Pearl Betsinger was born in Feb 1882 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   359 F    iii. Gertrude Betsinger was born in Feb 1886 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   360 F    iv. Ethel Betsinger was born in Aug 1888 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: Jan 1939, Hubbardsville, NY.

Ethel married <Unknown> Whitcomb.

+ 361 F    v. Fernold Betsinger was born in Mar 1890 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

183. Hiram H. Betsinger was born on 8 Aug 1856 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died on 10 Jul 1940 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,117 and was buried on 13 Jul 1940 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Birth Notes: He was born August 2, 1856 at Clockville. (see obituary)

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 97 Household 116, visitation 122
Betsinger, Hiram, head, 72, at at 1st marriage, 28, occupation, none
Maggie, wife, 66, age at 1st marriage, 22; servant, household

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 12 Jul 1940, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 258
HIRAM BETSINGER
DIED WEDnESDAY
Hiram H. Betsinger, 83, retired
farmer and prominent fraternal
died Wednesday night at
his Clockville home.
Betsinger was born Aug. 2, 1856
at Clockville, the son of Lewis and
Rachel Adle Betsinger. All of his
life was spent at Clockville and at
his death he was the oldest resi-
dent of the community. He was a
member of Clockville lodge IOOF
for years, a past noble grand of the
lodge and had served two terms as
grand chaplain on the district de-
puty's staff.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.
Harry Rogers of Alene, a son
Frank Betsinger of Oneida; three
grandsons, Richard, Walter and
Frank Betsinger of Oneida, two
granddaughters, Joyce Betsinger of
Oneida and Rachel Rogers of Alene
and a sister Mrs. Hulda Miller of
Hannabal.
Services will be conducted at 2
P. M. Saturday in the Betsinger
home at Lockville by Rev. Chas.
Montgomery pastor of Clockville M.
E. church. Burial will be in Clock-
ville cemetery.

Hiram married Margaret Ellen Fay, daughter of Christopher Fay and Catharine Smith. Margaret was born on 10 Jul 1862 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY, died on 15 May 1933 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,259 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 362 F    i. Florence Betsinger was born in 1888.

+ 363 M    ii. Frank Betsinger was born in 1890 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

184. Huldah Betsinger was born in 1866 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: Jan 1939, Hannibal, Oswego Co., NY.

Huldah married David F. Miller. David was born in 1861.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 260
87 East Walnut Street
David F. Miller, 59, laborer, club
Huldah, wife, 55
Clark, Winifred, daughter, 31, married
Frank, grandson, 8

+ 364 F    i. Winifred Miller was born in 1889.

187. Annetia (Nettie) A. Scribner was born in Mar 1862 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY and died in 1925 in Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa.

Annetia married John Forsyth in Iowa. John was born in 1852 in Wapello County, Iowa.

• Census: Iowa state, 1895, Cass County, Iowa. Birthplace: Wapello County, Iowa
Age: 43

• Census: U.S., 1900, Cass County, Iowa. 261 John, age 48, b. June 1851, Iowa
Nettie, wife, b. March 1862 (or 1861)
Abbie, daughter, b. Dec. 1885, age 14
Ralph, son, b. July 1894, age 5

• Census: U.S., 1910, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa. 262
John K., age 58, farmer (m. 27 years)
Nettie A., 47
Abbie E., 24, single
Ralph S., son, 15

• Census: U.S., 1920, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa. 118
John, 68, b. 1852, Iowa, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland, farmer
Nettie, 56, b. NY
Ralph, son, 25, laborer, horse farm
Abbie Scribner, mother-in-law, 80, widow, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. Vermont

   365 F    i. Abbie E. Forsythe was born in Dec 1885 in Cass County, Iowa.

+ 366 M    ii. Ralph S. Forsythe was born in Jul 1894 in Cass County, Iowa.

191. George Frank Ingalls was born on 20 Nov 1863 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 10 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,147 and was buried on 13 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24


• AKA: Frank Ingalls.

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

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 263
Frank Ingalls
Residence: 257
Visitation: 262
Born; Nov. 1866
Married: 3 years
Occupation: Farm Laborer

• Census: U.S., 1910, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 264
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. 265 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. 266
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. 99

• Occupation: farmer - West Av, Oneida, NY, Between 1905 and 1915, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Occupation: farmer 3 ch T 2h 18c R1, 1917, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 218

• Occupation: farmer - Middle Road, Oneida, NY, 1919, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Occupation: teamster M J Farley & Son, Between 1922 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 99

• Occupation: retired farmer, Between 1937 and 1948, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: 6 State, Oneida Castle, NY, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 99

• Residence: Fenton S. Hood, Oneida, NY, 1937, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: 234 Lexington av, Oneida, NY, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: Fairview Ave, Oneida, NY, Between 1941 and 1948, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• 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. 267
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.

George married Jennie Ingalls, daughter of Luther B. Ingalls and Margaret Rouse, in 1897 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY. Jennie was born on 15 Dec 1869 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,80 died on 30 Mar 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,194 and was buried on 2 Apr 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

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

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25

• Occupation: domestic Mulberrry, Oneida, NY, 1887, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99 1887-1888

• Occupation: dressmaker, Oneida, NY, 1892, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: 15 Sands, Oneida, NY, 1892, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 263
Residence: 257
Visitation: 262
Born: unreadable
Married: 3 years
No occupation.

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 2 Apr 1940, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 268
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. 269
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

"The Rose Still Grows"
NEAR SHADY WALL A ROSE ONCE GREW,
BUDDED AND BLOSSOMED IN GOD'S FREE LIGHT,
WATERED AND FED BY MORNING DEW,
SHEDDING ITS SWEETNESS DAY AND NIGHT.

AS IT GREW AND BLOSSOMED FAIR AND TALL,
SLOWLY RISING TO LOFTIER HEIGHT,
IT CAME TO A CREVICE IN THE WALL
THRU WHICH THERE SHONE A BEAM OF LIGHT.

ONWARD IT CREPT WITH ADDED STRENGTH,
WITH NEVER A THOUGHT OF FEAR OR PRIDE
FOLLOWED THRU THE CREVICE'S LENGTH
AND UNFOLDED ITSELF ON THE OTHER SIDE.

THE LIGHT, THE DEW, THE BROADENING VIEW
WERE FOUND THE SAME AS THEY WERE BEFORE.
AND IT LOST ITSELF IN BEAUTIES NEW,.
BREATHING ITS FRAGRANCE MORE AND MORE.

SHALL CLAIM Of DEATH CAUSE US TO GRIEVE
AND MAKE OUR COURAGE FAINT OR FAIL?
NAY! LET US FAITH AND HOPE RECEIVE
THE ROSE STILL GROWS BEYOND THE WALL-

SCATTERING FRAGRANCE FAR AND WIDE.
JUST AS IT DID IN DAYS OF YORE,
JUST AS IT DID ON THE OTHER SIDE,
JUST AS IT WILL FOREVERMORE.
A. L. Frink
CAMPBELLS
FUNERAL SERVICE
ONEIDA, N. Y.

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.

+ 367 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, and was buried in 1978 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

+ 368 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, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

+ 369 M    iii. Frank Leland Ingalls Sr. was born on 24 Jun 1907 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,270 died on 28 Oct 1974 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY,271 and was buried on 31 Oct 1974 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.272

192. William D. Ingalls was born about 1864, died on 12 Apr 1919 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY,148 and was buried in 1919 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.24,28

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY. 273
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. 274

William married Ida J. Schermerhorn, daughter of Unknown and Phoebe L. <Schermerhorn>, in 1894. Ida was born in 1870, died on 15 Jun 1946, and was buried in 1946 in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.24

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

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY. 275
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. 276,277
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.

+ 370 F    i. Arletta M. Ingalls was born on 4 Mar 1899 in Lee Center, NY and died on 9 Jan 1971 in Harrisville, NY.

+ 371 F    ii. Arlinda Ingalls was born on 1 Dec 1901 in Lee Center, NY and died on 13 Feb 1988 in Chelmsford, Mass.

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

• Census: U.S., 1930, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 278
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.

+ 373 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.

193. 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 York,149 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

• 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. 279
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. 280
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. 281
Peterboro Street
Ingalls, John, 51, laborer, saw mill
Flora, wife, 43

John married Flora L. Dingman, daughter of Elias Dingman and Emaline <Dingman>, in 1892. Flora was born on 15 Aug 1871 in Orwell, Oswego Co., NY, died on 12 Apr 1948 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York,282 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

• 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

   374 M    i. Burel Elias Ingalls was born on 30 Jan 1894215 and died in Jun 1969.

• 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. 283
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.

• Census: U.S., 1930, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 278
534 Broadway (owns home)
Ingalls, Ida, 35, realty 4500, married, age at marriage 19, domestic
Britt, Thomas H., roomer

194. Seymour Ingalls was born about 1869.

• 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. 284
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. 285

• Living: 1917, Fulton, Town of Volney, Oswego, NY. 286
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.

   375 F    i. Hazel Ingalls was born in 1900.

196. Nellie Mae Ingalls was born on 8 Jun 1873 and died in Oct 1951 in Oneida County, NY.

• 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, son of George Adam Stook II and Catherine Waful, on 23 Feb 1892 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. William was born on 11 Jan 1847 in Lewis County, New York, died on 6 Dec 1924 in Vernon, Oneida, New York, and was buried in Verona, Oneida County, NY.287

• Marriage Ceremony: 23 Feb 1892, Bridgeport, Connecticut. 288
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.

• Census: U.S., 1870, Florence, Oneida Co., NY. 289
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. 290
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. 291
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

+ 376 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, and was buried in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

+ 377 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, and was buried in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

198. Rush S. Ingalls Jr was born on 9 Jan 1876, died on 7 Nov 1925 in Town of Hamilton, Madison County, NY,60,156 and was buried in Oneida Castle Cemetery, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

• 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. 292
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. 200
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. 156
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 on 3 May 1885 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, died on 13 Nov 1928 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,24 and was buried on 15 Nov 1928 in Oneida Castle Cemetery, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

• Residence: Reynolds Block with Leon and Raymond, 1927, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: Earlville, 1925. 293

• Obituary: Utica Daily Press, 14 Nov 1928. 294 Oneida Woman dies

Oneida, Nov. 13 -- Mrs. Jessie L. Ingalls ...
died Tuesday morning at her home, 199
East Elm Street. Mrs. In-
galls was born here May 3, 1885 and
was the widow of Rush Ingalls. She
is survived by four daughters, Mrs.
Rolina Lombardi and Mrs. Mar-
gery Tayntor, Earlville; Miss Rita
Ingalls, Vernon, and Miss Pauline
Ingalls of Norwich; two sons, Leon
of Alabama and Rush, jr. of Earl-
ville.

The funeral will be held Thursday
at 2:30 p.m. from her late home.
Rev. George T. Lancelle rector of
St. John's Church will officiate.
Burial will be made at Oneida
Castle Cemetery.

   378 F    i. Roline C. Ingalls was born in 1905, died on 7 May 1993, and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

Roline married Lombardi.

   379 F    ii. Marjorie E. Ingalls was born in 1907 in New York.

Marjorie married Francis R. Taynter, son of Ira M. Taynter and Luva R. <Tayntor>, in 1924. Francis was born in May 1902 in Minnesota.

• Census: Minnesota, 7 Jun 1905, Money Creek, Houston Co., MN. 295
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. 296 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.

+ 380 F    iii. Reta Ingalls was born on 10 Jun 1908 and died on 6 May 1993 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

+ 381 M    iv. Leon L. Ingalls was born on 6 Oct 1910 and died on 3 Oct 1988 in Utica, NY.

   382 F    v. Goldie J. Ingalls was born on 27 Mar 1916 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York,297 died on 27 Mar 1916 in Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York,298,299 and was buried on 1 Apr 1916 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.24

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

   383 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.24

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

   384 F    vii. Pauline Ingalls was born in 1920.

• Census: U.S., 1930, Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY.
Pauline Ingalls, age 10, living in Stockbridge with Emory Snell and wife Lillie.

   385 F    viii. Betty Ruth Ingalls was born on 23 Jun 1921, died on 8 Jul 1921 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY,24 and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Lot 40, sec C

   386 F    ix. Reba Clara Ingalls was born in Jul 1922, died on 29 Aug 1923 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,300 and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

   387 M    x. Leonard L. Ingalls was born in 1923.156

• Residence: Utica, NY.

• Residence: Reynolds Block - Oneida, NY, 1927, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

   388 M    xi. Lloyd Ingalls was born in Jun 1924, died on 9 Jun 1926, and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

+ 389 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, and was buried on 10 Nov 1982 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.

   390 M    xiii. Herbert W. Ingalls died on 15 Mar 1918 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY301 and was buried in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Lot 40, Sec C

199. Mary L. Ingalls was born in 1879, died on 19 Apr 1949,24 and was buried on 19 Apr 1949 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 28

• Residence: Jan 1925, Kirkville, NY. Obituary of Charity Ingalls

Mary married William H. Stook Jr., son of William Eugene Stook and Mary Eckert, in 1896. William was born in Aug 1874.

• 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. 302
Stooks, Willis H., 45, laborer
Mary L., wife, 40
Harold E., son, 15

• Census: U.S., 1930, Manlius, Onondaga Co., NY. 303
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

   391 M    i. Muriel W. Stook was born in May 1899.

He never married and had no children.

   392 M    ii. Harold E. Stook was born on 5 Jul 1904 and died in Sep 1977 in Chittenango, Madison Co, NY.

• 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 )

200. Seymour E. Adle was born on 25 Dec 1865 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY, died on 5 May 1954 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, and was buried on 7 May 1954 in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Census: federal, 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.
Seymour, age 24, day laborer
Cora, age 34,
Gracie, daughter, b. Sept 1895, age 4

• Census: U.S., 1910, Lenox Furnace, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 304
Seymour, 44, married 15 yrs., machinist, c. factory
Cora E., 43
Neva Grace, 13

• Census: U.S., 1920, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 305
June 10, 1920
205 Delano Avenue
Seymour, 54, machinist, factory
Cora, wife, 54
Davis, Grace, daughter, 23
Basil, son-in-law, 26, laborer, truck factory
Raymond, grandson, 3-11/12

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 20 May 1954, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 306
Seymour Adle Died
In Oneida Hospital
Seymour E. Adle, 88, of 207 De-
Lano Ave. a native of Merrillsville
and resident of Canastota since
1915, died May 5th in Oneida City
hospital where he had been a pat-
ient for 12 days. He had been in
failing health several years.
Mr. Adle was born Dec. 25, 1865
in Merrillsville the son of Romaine
and Elizabeth Snyder Adle. He was a
retired maintenance man at the
Olney and Floyd Canning Co.
Surviving besides his wife the
former Alice Snell, one daughter
Mrs. Basil Davis of Canastota, one
sister Mrs. Albert Pankhurst of Clock-
ville, one grandson, two great
grand-children.
Funeral services were held at the
J. Homer Ball Funeral Home May 7
with Rev. Robert E. Lengler recotor
of Trinity Episcopal church offic-
iating. Burial was in Peterboro
cemetery.

Seymour married Cora E. Buyea, daughter of J. Franklin Buyea and Charity E. Fort, on 6 Mar 1895 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.85 Cora was born in May 1872 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 27 Dec 1923 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY,307 and was buried in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 4 Jan 1924, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 307
Mrs. Seymour Adle
Cora Ellen Adle, 53, wife of Sey-
mour Adle, died Tuesday at her home
on DeLano Avenue after suffering
a long illness with cancer. She is sur-
vived by her husband, one daughter
Mrs. Bane Davis, her father Frank
Buyea, one brother, Norman Buyea,
She was a member of the Presbyter-
ian church. The funeral will be held
from her late home this afternoon
at 2 o'clock with Rev. W. V. TeWinkel
officiating, Burial will be in Peter-
boro cemetery.

+ 393 F    i. Grace Neva Adle was born on 8 Sep 1896 in Lenox Furnace, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.308

Seymour next married Alice Snell, daughter of David Snell and Alice Hodge. Alice was born on 10 Jul 1870 in Jamesville, Onondaga Co, NY, died on 17 Jun 1964 in Eaton, Madison Co, NY, and was buried on 19 Jun 1964 in Jamesville, Onondaga Co, NY.

• Obituary: Canastota Bee Journal, 25 Jun 1964, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 28 Mrs. Alice Adle, 93
Dies Last Wednesday

Mrs. Alice Snell Adle, 93, a
former resident of Canastota
died last Wednesday at Gerrit
Smith Infirmary, Eaton, where
she had been a resident for the
past two years.
Born July 10, 1870, in James-
ville she was the daughter of
David and Alice Hodge Snell.
Her first husband, John Far-
rington died away many years ago,
She later married Seymour Ad-
le, who died in 1965.
There are no survivors.
Services were held Friday at
the J. Homer Ball Funeral
Home, the Rev, Janes W. Gil-
son, pastor of the First Baptist
Church, officiating. Burial was
in Jamesville cemetery.

201. Carrie Adle was born in Nov 1865 in Lenox, Madison County, NY.

Birth Notes: 1880 Census:
ADLE, Carrie Dau <1867> F W Bir NY Cen: NY, Madison, Lenox

• Residence: 1919, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Carrie married Adelbert W. McGowan in 1886. Adelbert was born in Sep 1859.

• Census: U.S., 1 Jun 1900, Syracuse, New York. 309 Syracuse Ward 13
331 Delaware Street
McGowan, Albert, b Sept 1859, 40, m 14 years, coachman
Carrie, wife, b Nov 1865, 34, m 14, 0/0 children

• Census: U.S., 21 Apr 1910, Syracuse, New York. 310 Syracuse Ward 17:

701 Walnut Avenue, household 164, visitation 204 (two families, 3 domestics with family of William and Eloise H. Nottingham):

McGowan, Adelbert W., 48, M1, 24 years, coachman, private family
Carrie M., wife, 43, M1, 24 years
Sybil A., daughter, 3

   394 F    i. Sybil A. McGowan was born in 1907 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

202. Grace Mae Adle was born in Aug 1876.

• Residence: 27 Jun 1889, Hoboken, NJ. 311 The Merrillsville Brevities.

Grace married Albert J. Pankhurst, son of Jeremiah Pankhurst and Phoebe Jane Hawley, on 17 Jan 1907 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.312 Albert was born in 1881.

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 313
Clock Road
Albert J., 40, merchant, general store
Grace, wife, 43
Elizabeth, daughter, 10
Warner, Grace, boarder, 18, servant

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 97 Dwelling 115, household 121
Albert J., 50, proprietor, general store, age at 1st marriage, 26
Grace M., wife, 53, age at 1st marriage, 29
Elizabeth J., daughter, 20, sales lady, general store.

+ 395 F    i. Elizabeth J Pankhurst was born on 22 Jul 1909 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY,314 died on 26 Jan 2004 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

220. James Melvin Gordon was born on 22 Jan 1849 in Syracuse, New York and died on 1 Feb 1941 in Anselmo, Custer Co, Nebraska.

James married Betsy Helen Lillie on 17 Jun 1872 in Tomah, Monroe Co, Wisconsin. Betsy was born on 1 Jan 1851 in Farmington, Wisconsin and died on 29 Sep 1921 in Randolph, Cedar Co, Nebraska.

+ 396 M    i. James William Gordon was born in 1873 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI and died in Fort Madison, Iowa.

   397 F    ii. Josie Gordon was born on 18 Oct 1874 in Wilton Twp., Monroe Co, WI and died on 23 Jan 1875 in Wilton Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

   398 M    iii. Warren Gordon was born circa 1877 in Warrens, Monroe Co, Wisconsin and died in 1892 in Warrens, Monroe Co, Wisconsin.

   399 U    iv. Infant Gordon was born on 18 Feb 1877.

+ 400 F    v. Neva Maude Gordon was born on 31 Aug 1883 in Warrens, Jackson Co, Wisconsin and died on 16 Aug 1878 in Chinook, Blaine Co, Montana.

+ 401 F    vi. Mabel Adel Gordon was born in 1887.

+ 402 M    vii. Harrison Eugene Gordon was born on 30 Jan 1889 in Lincoln Twp., Monroe Co, Wisconsin and died on 23 Mar 1977 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

+ 403 F    viii. Bessie Gertrude Gordon was born on 6 Jun 1895 in Warrens, Jackson Co, Wisconsin and died on 5 Feb 1981 in Osmond, Pierce Co, Nebraska.

221. John Peter Gordon was born on 12 Oct 1851 in Syracuse, New York and died on 12 Jan 1937 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

John married Martha Ida Parker, daughter of Michael Parker and Sophronia Sweet, on 30 Apr 1882 in Glendale Twp., Monroe Co, Wisconsin 315.,316 Martha was born on 17 May 1863 in Guys Mills, Crawford Co, Pennsylvania and died on 21 Apr 1930 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

+ 404 F    i. Edna Mae Gordon was born on 20 Mar 1883 in Gays Mills, Crawford Co, WI and died on 17 Dec 1964 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

+ 405 F    ii. Bertha Leila Gordon was born on 7 Jan 1885 in Fish Lake, Gates Co, Wisconsin and died after 1965 in Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

+ 406 F    iii. Sophrona Gordon Gordon was born on 16 Apr 1887 in Chippewa Co, Wisconsin and died after 1966 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

+ 407 F    iv. Rosella Gordon was born on 23 Mar 1889 in Fish Lake, Chippewa Co, Wisconsin.

+ 408 M    v. James LeRoy Gordon was born on 10 Oct 1891 and died in Aug 1957 in Michigan.

+ 409 M    vi. Wallace Gordon was born on 12 Oct 1894 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

   410 M    vii. Elisher Fay Gordon was born on 18 Jan 1897 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died in 1976 in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.

Elisher married Mary Stella Maude Harris in 1950 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin. Mary was born on 19 Oct 1896 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 6 Jan 1980 in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.

+ 411 M    viii. Marvin Otis Gordon was born on 22 Apr 1899 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 9 Apr 1962 in Silver Bay, Minnesota.

   412 F    ix. Matta (twin) Gordon was born on 11 Jan 1902 and died in 1904.

+ 413 F    x. Minta (twin) Gordon was born on 11 Jan 1902 and died in 1991.

+ 414 F    xi. Phoebe Gordon was born on 18 Sep 1905 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in 1992 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

224. Martha D. Gordon was born in 1856 in Concord Twp., Jefferson Co, Wisconsin and died in Douglas Co, Wisconsin.

Martha married John Bickford. John was born in 1856 in Wisconsin.

   415 M    i. Herbert Bickford was born in 1876 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI, died in 1881 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI, and was buried in Gordon Cemetery, Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

Martha next married Clarence Culver on 7 Jan 1880 in Monroe Co, Wisconsin.

   416 U    i. Una Culver .

   417 U    ii. Ona Culver .

   418 M    iii. Fred Culver .

   419 M    iv. Bud Culver .

225. Mary Rozilda Gordon was born on 19 Dec 1858 in Concord Twp., Jefferson Co, Wisconsin and died on 19 May 1945 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Mary married Delevin Drum, son of William Drum and Anna <Drum>, on 19 Aug 1885 in Tomah, Monroe Co, Wisconsin. Delevin was born on 20 Jul 1856 in Montgomery, Wisconsin and died on 22 Dec 1941 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   420 F    i. Ethel Gertrude Drum was born on 30 May 1886 in Kendall, Wisconsin and died on 21 Mar 1975 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Ethel married Oramill Davison on 30 Mar 1903 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin. Oramill was born in Woodside, Minnesota.

   421 M    ii. James Gordon Drum was born on 6 Aug 1888 in Kendall, Wisconsin and died on 11 Jan 1955 in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI.

James married Georgiona Albert Yancy.

   422 M    iii. Ralph Herman Drum was born on 2 Aug 1890 in Kendall, Wisconsin and died on 28 May 1984 in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Ralph married Marie Johnson.

   423 F    iv. Dessie Jane Drum was born on 14 Nov 1892 in Kendall, Wisconsin and died on 18 Mar 1981 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Dessie married Ernest Nelson Doughty in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   424 F    v. Bessie Belle Drum was born on 29 Aug 1899 in Kendall, Wisconsin.

Bessie married Stephan Ralph Kapuleon on 27 Jun 1919 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

226. George H. Gordon was born on 29 Oct 1861 in Concord Twp., Jefferson Co, Wisconsin and died on 7 Jun 1931 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

George married Bertha Gust. Bertha was born in Germany and died circa 1901.

   425 M    i. Elmer Henry Gordon was born on 7 Aug 1901 in Wilton Twp., Monroe Co, WI and died on 7 Aug 1901 in Wilton Twp., Monroe Co, WI.

227. Joseph Henry Gordon was born on 19 Mar 1864 in Concord Twp., Jefferson Co, Wisconsin and died on 30 Jun 1949 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Joseph married Lola G. Moses, daughter of Alfred Moses and Mary Mitchell, on 23 Jun 1893 in Ontario, Vernon Co, WI. Lola was born on 25 Oct 1876 in Monroe Co, Wisconsin and died on 30 May 1936 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

+ 426 M    i. Frank Gordon was born in 1869 in Colorado and died before 1973.

+ 427 F    ii. Grace Gordon was born on 21 Jun 1897 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in 1962 in Devils Lake, Ramsey Co, ND.

   428 M    iii. Howard Gordon was born in 1898.

+ 429 M    iv. Glen J. Gordon was born on 18 Jan 1899 in City Point, Jackson Co, WI and died in Jul 1973 in Bremerton, Kitsap Co, WA.

+ 430 F    v. Dona Gordon was born on 18 Jun 1902 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in Mar 1976 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   431 M    vi. Joseph H. Gordon was born in 1904 in Flambeau Twp., Chippewa Co, WI and died after 1972 in Mesa, AZ.

Joseph married Ruth <Gordon>.

+ 432 M    vii. Lloyd A. Gordon was born on 18 Mar 1906 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 25 Feb 1964 in Ontanagon, Ontanagon Co, MI.

   433 F    viii. Mildred F. Gordon was born on 6 Aug 1914 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 4 Jan 1988 in Seattle, Kings Co, WA.

Mildred married Tom Boardman. Tom was born in 1910 in Wisconsin and died circa 1990 in Seattle, Kings Co, WA.

Joseph next married Ada Robinson in Dec 1946 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

241. Catherine Snyder was born in 1854, died on 29 Apr 1916 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,168 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Catherine married Harrison Wilcox, son of James (Ira) Wilcox and Mary Palmer. Harrison was born in 1847 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 434 F    i. Maude Wilcox was born in 1876, died on 4 Apr 1911,317 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 435 M    ii. Jay Wilcox was born in 1879.

242. Martin Snyder was born in 1855.

Martin married Mary George. Mary was born in 1857 and died in 1928.

+ 436 M    i. Orley Snyder was born in 1881.

   437 M    ii. Burton Snyder was born in 1885.

   438 F    iii. Grace Snyder was born in 1890.

   439 M    iv. Edward Snyder was born on 19 Jul 1896.

246. J. Frank Klock was born on 18 Feb 1850 and died on 19 Jan 1931.

J. married Alice <Klock>. Alice was born in 1857.

   440 M    i. John H. Klock was born on 2 Mar 1874, died on 18 Oct 1892, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

254. Marilla Klock was born on 2 Aug 1844, died on 30 Dec 1936, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

Burial Notes: Riverside Cemetery

Marilla married Thomas Jefferson Fay, son of Martin Fay and Sarah <Fay>, before 1866. Thomas was born in 1831, died on 14 Nov 1913, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

Burial Notes: Riverside Cemetery

   441 F    i. Flora Alice Fay was born on 11 Aug 1866, died on 29 Aug 1936, and was buried in Brewerton, NY.

Burial Notes: Riverside Cemetery

267. Silas E. Rouse was born on 17 May 1857 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 14 Jul 1925 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,173 and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: Clockville.

• Census: 1880, Lenox, Madison County, NY. 318
Silas ROUSE Self Male W 22 NY Farm Laborer NY NY
Etta ROUSE Wife Female W 19 NY House Keeping NY NY
Louisa ROUSE Dau S Female W 4 NY NY NY
Frankie ROUSE Son S Male W 1 NY NY NY

• Census: 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. Visit 279

• News Item: Oneida Union, 23 Feb 1888, Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY. -Silas Rouse, Jr., has rented his uncle's, Harrison Rouse, place
near Perryville, and will move there next month and try farming
another year.

• News Item: Deaths in the Herald Parish, 15 Jul 1925, Syracuse, New York. 319
Silas F. Rouse, 68, Clockville.

Silas married Nellie Tygert. Nellie was born in Aug 1863 and died in 1928.

   442 M    i. Silas F. Rouse Jr. was born in Dec 1884.

Silas married Archer, daughter of John Archer and Mary E. Moot.

   443 M    ii. Earnest R. Rouse was born in May 1886.

   444 F    iii. Hazel Mae Rouse was born in May 1892 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Hazel married Albert Mills, son of Albert Mills and Emogene Mowers, on 14 Apr 1915 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.320 Albert was born in 1892 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   445 M    iv. William Frederick Rouse was born in Feb 1895.

   446 F    v. Ruth Rouse was born on 16 Jul 1899 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY,321 died on 19 Jul 1899 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY,322 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: Clockville.

+ 447 F    vi. Gladys Rouse was born on 14 Apr 1901.323

   448 M    vii. Milford Rouse was born on 25 Mar 1908.324

Silas next married Alforetta Thornton, daughter of Jacob Thornton and Mary C. Boyer. Alforetta was born in 1858, died in 1925 in Syracuse, New York, and was buried in 1925 in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY.

• Married: possible first marriage.

• Obituary: 1925. Died in Syracuse
The funeral of Mrs. Alferetta Tuttle, 65, widow of Irving Tuttle, for years a well known farmer of the Town of Lincoln, south of this village, was held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Goff, east of Clockville, at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Tuttle's death occured suddenly Friday night at the home of Mrs. Anthony Beigel in Syracuse, where she was stricken earlier in the day with hemorrhage of the brain. She was a lifelong resident of the town of Lincoln.

271. Harrison A. Rouse was born on 2 May 1867 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 11 Dec 1937 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,177 and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Rouse, Cora May 1875-1937
Harrison A. 1867-1937-8(cut over)

• Alt. Birth: May 1868. Noted on 1900 census.

• Census: U.S., 9 Jun 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 161
Rouse, Harrison, b. May 1868, 32, married 3 yrs, farmer
Cora M., wife, June 1875, 25, 1/1 children living
Ethel M., daughter, Sept 1899, 8/12
Lappen, Ellen, mother-in-law, b. Feb 1853, age 47, widow, 2/2 children living, retired

• Census: U.S., 19 Apr 1910, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 325 Dwelling 23, visit 23
Rouse, Harrison A., 42, m. 12 years, farmer
Cora M., 34, 2/2 children living
Ethel M., daughter, 10
Dorris E., daughter, 5
Lappen, Ellen, mother-in-law, widow, married 25 yrs., 3/2 children living

• Census: U.S., 26 Jan 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 326 Palmer Road/Farm
Dwelling 205, visit 209
Rouse, Harrison A., 52, dairy farmer, 106 animals. Mother b. Germany
Cora, wife, 44
Ethe, daughter, 20
Dorris, daughter, 14
Lappen, Ellen, 66, mother-in-law, widow

• Census: U.S., 5 Apr 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 327 Dwelling 45, visit 47
Harrison, 62, married at age 30, mother b. Germany, dairy farmer
Cora, wife, 54, married at age 20
Doris, single, 25
Holdridge, Frederick, grandson, 8

Harrison married Cora M. Lappan, daughter of Thomas Lappan and Ellen Gibbins, in 1897. Cora was born in Jun 1875, died on 13 Jan 1937 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,328 and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 13 Jan 1875, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

+ 449 F    i. Ethel M. Rouse was born on 11 Sep 1899.329

   450 F    ii. Doris Ellen Rouse was born on 16 Feb 1905.330

272. William Riley Stone was born in Mar 1850, died in 1923, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.24

• Residence: 1898, Luzerne, NY. 331

William married unknown.

   451 M    i. Leon Stone .

   452 F    ii. Belle Stone was born in 1882, died in 1944, and was buried in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.24

Belle married Frank Newman.

280. Harrison Rouse Ingalls was born on 20 Feb 1868 in New York,80 died on 16 Sep 1919 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,24,193 and was buried on 19 Sep 1919 in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 39

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 332
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. 333
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. 191 Listed - Harrison, George F.

• Obituary: 19 Sep 1919, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 334,335 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. 336
==================
Personalty $12,263.63
Jennie Ingalls 1/3
Beatrice Ingalls 2/3
==================

Harrison married Jennie M. Parker, daughter of Thomas P. Parker and Hettie Haskin, before 1899. Jennie was born in Feb 1867 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY and was buried on 18 Apr 1947 in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 39

• Residence: West Ave, Between 1919 and 1945, Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

• Biography: Thomas P. Parker, 1894, Madison County, NY. 337
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. 338
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. 265 farm, West Rd., dwelling 122, visit 128:
Ingalls, Jennie M., 52, widow
Parker, Bessie E., aunt, 73, single
Beatrice K., daughter, 20

(next to George Frank and Jennie Ingalls farm)

   453 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, NY,339 and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section R, Lot 39

• 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. 340 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. 341 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. 99

• Graduation: Radcliffe University, M.A. Degree.

• Graduation: Radcliffe University, PhD degree.

• Cremation: Waterville, NY.

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 28 Jan 1982, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 339 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.

281. Jennie Ingalls was born on 15 Dec 1869 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,80 died on 30 Mar 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,194 and was buried on 2 Apr 1940 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

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

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section J, Lot 25

• Occupation: domestic Mulberrry, Oneida, NY, 1887, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99 1887-1888

• Occupation: dressmaker, Oneida, NY, 1892, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: 15 Sands, Oneida, NY, 1892, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 263
Residence: 257
Visitation: 262
Born: unreadable
Married: 3 years
No occupation.

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 2 Apr 1940, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 268
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. 269
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

"The Rose Still Grows"
NEAR SHADY WALL A ROSE ONCE GREW,
BUDDED AND BLOSSOMED IN GOD'S FREE LIGHT,
WATERED AND FED BY MORNING DEW,
SHEDDING ITS SWEETNESS DAY AND NIGHT.

AS IT GREW AND BLOSSOMED FAIR AND TALL,
SLOWLY RISING TO LOFTIER HEIGHT,
IT CAME TO A CREVICE IN THE WALL
THRU WHICH THERE SHONE A BEAM OF LIGHT.

ONWARD IT CREPT WITH ADDED STRENGTH,
WITH NEVER A THOUGHT OF FEAR OR PRIDE
FOLLOWED THRU THE CREVICE'S LENGTH
AND UNFOLDED ITSELF ON THE OTHER SIDE.

THE LIGHT, THE DEW, THE BROADENING VIEW
WERE FOUND THE SAME AS THEY WERE BEFORE.
AND IT LOST ITSELF IN BEAUTIES NEW,.
BREATHING ITS FRAGRANCE MORE AND MORE.

SHALL CLAIM Of DEATH CAUSE US TO GRIEVE
AND MAKE OUR COURAGE FAINT OR FAIL?
NAY! LET US FAITH AND HOPE RECEIVE
THE ROSE STILL GROWS BEYOND THE WALL-

SCATTERING FRAGRANCE FAR AND WIDE.
JUST AS IT DID IN DAYS OF YORE,
JUST AS IT DID ON THE OTHER SIDE,
JUST AS IT WILL FOREVERMORE.
A. L. Frink
CAMPBELLS
FUNERAL SERVICE
ONEIDA, N. Y.

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, son of Rush Ingalls and Charity Eliza Adle, in 1897 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY. George was born on 20 Nov 1863 in Lenox, Madison County, NY, died on 10 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,147 and was buried on 13 Aug 1948 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

• AKA: Frank Ingalls.

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

• Census: U.S., 1900, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 263
Frank Ingalls
Residence: 257
Visitation: 262
Born; Nov. 1866
Married: 3 years
Occupation: Farm Laborer

• Census: U.S., 1910, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 264
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. 265 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. 266
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. 99

• Occupation: farmer - West Av, Oneida, NY, Between 1905 and 1915, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Occupation: farmer 3 ch T 2h 18c R1, 1917, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 218

• Occupation: farmer - Middle Road, Oneida, NY, 1919, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Occupation: teamster M J Farley & Son, Between 1922 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 99

• Occupation: retired farmer, Between 1937 and 1948, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: 6 State, Oneida Castle, NY, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 99

• Residence: Fenton S. Hood, Oneida, NY, 1937, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: 234 Lexington av, Oneida, NY, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: Fairview Ave, Oneida, NY, Between 1941 and 1948, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• 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. 267
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 191)

282. Anna B. Ingalls was born in 1872.

• Occupation: domestic 39 Stone, 1894, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

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

• Residence: 39 Stone, 1894, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Census: U. S., 1920, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 342
809 Montgomery Street:
Marcy, Anna, head, age 38, widow, clerk, dept. store
Lysle, son, age 15

• Census: U.S., 1930, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 343
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, son of Marcy and Catherine <Marcy>, in 1904. Joseph was born in 1867 in Syracuse, New York and died on 15 Nov 1917 in Syracuse, New York.

• 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.

• Obituary: Syracuse Daily Journal, 15 Nov 1917. 344 Succumbs Shortly After Leaving Work

Joseph Marcy, Despite Illness, Ran
Trolley Car--Death Folllowed
Early This Morning.

Joseph D. March, 50, a motorman
employed on the Syracuse lines of the
New York State Railways, died this
morning at his home, 616 1/2 Mont-
gomery st., after a short illness. Mr.
Marcy had been a lifelong resident of
this city and was well known through-
out the city. For more than 30 years
he had been employed as a motor-
man with his "run" principally on
the Salina line.

Being short of help yesterday the
company called on Mr. March to work,
and although ill volunteered to do his
bit and worked throughout the day.
He was a member of Empire Lodge
of Good Templars, Americus Lodge,
I.O.O.F., and the Mutual Benefit
Association of the New York State
Railways. Suriving are his widow,
Mrs. Anna Marcy; one son, Lysle
Marcy; his mother, Mrs. Catherine
Marcy; two brothers, William H. and
James R. Marcy, and two sisters, the
Misses Ida L. and Lula Marcy.

+ 454 M    i. Lysle Marcy was born on 11 Nov 1904 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY and died in Oct 1977 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.215

Anna next married Louis Chestman between 1920 and 1930.

283. Jay Ingalls was born on 21 Feb 1874 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, died on 25 Jul 1948,24 and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section W, Lot 71

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

• Occupation: farmer, Between 1905 and 1909, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• 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
Blanche, wife, age 30
Amos, son, age 11
Doris, daughter, age 3

• Census: U.S., 10 Jan 1920, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 345
Chapel St., dwelling 152, visit 179:
Oneida, Ward 1, Madison Co., New York
Chapel Street
Jay Ingalls 45, farmer
Blanche Ingalls 39, office worker, silver factory works
Amos L Ingalls 21
Doris C Ingalls 13
Edith Buff 44, boarder, working out
Frank Buff 16

• Residence: Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.

• Residence: West av, Between 1905 and 1909, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• 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. 200
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, daughter of George Thurston and Minnie A. Cramer, on 16 Jun 1912 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.346 Blanche was born on 28 Dec 1880 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY, died on 1 Nov 1973,24 and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.24

Burial Notes: Glenwood Cemetery, Section W, Lot #71

• Occupation: emp O C L, Between 1927 and 1954. 99

• Residence: Kenwood, NY.

• Residence: Union Rd RD1, Between 1933 and 1972, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Social Security Number: 079-09-0106.

 215 BLANCHE INGALLS 28 Dec 1880 Nov 1973 13421 (Oneida, Madison, NY) (none specified) 079-09-0106 New York

• 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

   455 M    i. Amos Lynn J. Ingalls was born on 27 Jan 1898 in New York347 and died on 8 Oct 1957 in Dallas, Texas.

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

• Occupation: worker in Texas, Between 1927 and 1928. 99

• Occupation: student, Between 1915 and 1922. 99

• Residence: Kenwood Heights, Between 1915 and 1922, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: on Chapel av, Kenwood, Between 1927 and 1928. 99

• Military: WW I Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 200 Ingalls, Amos Lynn, Kenwood, Oneida
Student
Nearest relative: Blanche Ingalls

• Military: World War I, 1919. 348

• Military: World War II. U.S. Air Force, major.

• News Item: Welcome back, 13 Aug 1953, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 349 ...
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. 350 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. 351 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.

• AKA: Amos Greene.

Amos married Frances <Ingalls>.

   456 F    ii. Dorris F. Ingalls was born on 17 Feb 1907, died on 9 Feb 1998 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY,352 and was buried Spring 1998 in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

• Occupation: employee of Oneida Limited, Between 1962 and 1970, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: Union Rd 1, Between 1933 and 1998, Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

• Obituary: Oneida Daily Dispatch, 11 Feb 1998, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 353 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.

--------------------------------------------------

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. 354 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.

284. Merton R. Ingalls was born on 18 Jul 1876.195

• Census: U. S., 1900, Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY. 195
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. 355 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. 99

Merton married Margaret E. O'Reilly on 23 Nov 1904. Margaret was born in 1884 in Ireland.

• Naturalization: 1906, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Born in Ireland.

• News Item: Syracuse Herald, 29 Sep 1912, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 356 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. 357 308 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. 358 207 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.

   457 M    i. James O. Ingalls was born on 28 Jun 1906 and died in Mar 1981.

• Social Security Number: 083-14-8241. 215 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., NY.359

• 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. 360
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.

288. Harry Milton Tuttle was born on 13 Apr 1892 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Harry married Laura G. Rankin, daughter of James Rankin and Jennie Fish, on 20 Oct 1914 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.361 Laura was born on 26 Sep 1880 in Massena, NY, died on 8 Mar 1919 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,362 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   458 F    i. Ruth Janet Tuttle was born on 6 May 1916,363 died on 11 Mar 1918 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,364 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

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298. Alverton Stark Adle was born on 21 Dec 1872 in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY, died on 29 Mar 1968 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,208 and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

• 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 26, b Aug 1873, 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., 25 Apr 1910, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 365 Oneida Ward 4, Madison, New York
Elberton Adel 39, fireman, m 17 years
Nellie Adel 37, married 17 years, 4/4 children living
Carrie M Adel 17
Ruth C Adel 9
Gladys L Adel 7
Mabel O Adel 5

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 29 Mar 1968, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. Oneida Dispatch
March 29, 1968

Alverton S. (Bert) Adle, 94, of 313 N. Main st., died early
this morning at the Gerrit-Smith Infirmary, Eaton, where he
had been a patient for one day.
Born in Peterboro, on Dec. 21, 1873, he was the son of Henry
and Olive Guy Adle. A lifelong resident of Madison County,
he was a blacksmith by profession. His wife, the former
Grace Butler, died in 1921. Mr. Adle was of the Methodist
Faith. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Gladys Zabele and
Mrs. Ruth Shelley, both of Oneida, Mrs. Mabel Milgate of
Sherrill and Mrs. Connie (sic - Carrie) Harp of Eaton;
12 grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren.

[Note: Grace Butler died in 1937; 1921 is when she and
Alverton were divorced.]

Alverton married Grace Roselle Butler, daughter of Joseph Reid Butler and Elizabeth Chrisman, in 1895. Grace was born on 21 Aug 1873 in Kirkville, Onondaga Co, NY and died in 1937.

• AKA: Nellie, Jan 1920, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. Living with daughter Grace, and son-in-law Leonard H. Zabele

+ 459 F    i. Gladys Louise Adle was born on 29 Mar 1903, died on 30 Jan 1987 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, and was buried on 1 Feb 1987 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

   460 F    ii. Carrie M. Adle was born in Aug 1898.

Carrie married Harp.

   461 F    iii. Ruth Adle was born in 1900 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

Ruth married Shelley.

   462 F    iv. Mable Adle .

Mable married Milgate.

301. Jacob John Buyea was born on 20 Mar 1874 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY, died on 5 Sep 1932 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Burial Notes: Sec B Lot 79

Jacob married Blanche E. Soper, daughter of Charles Soper and Abigail Young, on 28 Feb 1894.366 Blanche was born in 1876, died on 7 Mar 1930, and was buried on 7 Mar 1930 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

+ 463 F    i. Mary Bertha Buyea was born on 4 Jan 1895 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY and died on 22 May 1935 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

+ 464 M    ii. George C. Buyea was born on 10 Feb 1899,366 died on 9 May 1932, and was buried on 11 May 1932 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

+ 465 F    iii. Ethel Mildred Buyea was born on 7 Jun 1906, died in 1956, and was buried in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

+ 466 M    iv. Earl J. Buyea was born on 19 Jan 1909 and died in Mar 1978 in Sherburne, Chenango Co, NY.

302. Willard H. Buyea was born in 1875, died on 23 Nov 1951, and was buried on 26 Nov 1951 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

• Occupation: farmer, 1895, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Willard married Eva L. Johnston on 17 Feb 1895 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., NY. Eva died on 27 May 1961 and was buried on 31 May 1961 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Marriage Notes: Rev Edmund B. Gearhart


   467 F    i. Francis Buyea was born in 1898, died on 24 Dec 1902, and was buried on 25 Dec 1902 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 15 May 1899.

306. John H. Buyea was born in 1859.

• Occupation: farmer 144 acres, 1917, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 218

John married Cora Isabelle Kellog, daughter of Newton Kellog and Emeline Sheppard. Cora was born on 7 Nov 1862, died on 16 Mar 1931 in Lenox Furnace, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,367 and was buried on 18 Mar 1931 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., NY.368

Burial Notes: Lot 31 Sec. 3

• Obituary: Oneida Dispatch, 18 Mar 1931, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 369
FUNERAL THURSDAY
Funeral services for Mrs. Cora
Isabelle Buyea, 68, wife of John
H. Buyea will be conducted
Thursday afternoon at 1 from the
late home on Lenox Furnace, with
Rev. Arthur Burnett, Syracuse,
officiacting. Burial will be made
in Manlius Cemetery in charge of
C. Fred Campbell.

+ 468 M    i. Merton Buyea was born in 1893, died in 1964, and was buried in Oran, Onondaga Co., NY.24

307. Minnie Buyea .

Minnie married Will Mosher about 1893.370

   469 M    i. Ermine Mosher .

   470 M    ii. Robert Mosher .

315. Hattie Mae Hurd was born on 22 Jan 1871 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

Hattie married Charles Louis Park. Charles was born on 19 Feb 1864 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

   471 M    i. Harold Lewis Park was born on 13 Jul 1893.

321. Earl Miller Buyea was born in 1879, died on 30 Jun 1934, and was buried in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.220

• Occupation: clk, emp W.E.Douglass Estate, 1915, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Occupation: shipping clerk Dodge Pulley, 1919, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: 3 Belmont av, Between 1915 and 1919, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

Earl married Ethel Betsinger. Ethel was born in 1888.

   472 F    i. Meriam Letha Buyea was born on 7 Dec 1906,371 died on 7 Jul 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,372 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   473 U    ii. Mariam Buyea was born on 12 Feb 1907.371

+ 474 F    iii. Virgina Buyea was born on 9 Jun 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.373

   475 M    iv. James Simon Buyea 215 was born on 17 Jun 1909 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY374 and died in Mar 1973.

Burial Notes: 035-09-5954 born Jun 7, 1909 died Mar 1973

+ 476 M    v. Stuart Earl Buyea was born on 3 Mar 1911215,375 and died in May 1974.215

322. Dudley F. Adle was born on 21 Nov 1909 in Detroit, Michigan and died in Aug 1980 in Dearborn, Wayne, Michigan.

Dudley married unknown.

   477 M    i. Michael Adle was born on 6 Aug 1946.

327. Prescott Dodge Maine was born in 1878 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

Prescott married Myrtle Ruth Bellinger, daughter of Douglass Bellinger and Virginia Heath, on 24 Apr 1915 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.245 Myrtle was born in 1897 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

   478 F    i. Ruth V. Maine was born on 27 Feb 1918.376

331. Mable M Van Dusen was born on 14 Aug 1881, died on 20 Sep 1924 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,227 and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

Mable married Arthur E Tucker, son of Orville J. Tucker and Sarah Elizabeth Chapman. Arthur was born in 1875.

   479 M    i. Lester Irwin Tucker was born on 1 Dec 1898.377

   480 M    ii. Smith Tucker was born on 9 Jan 1900 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.378

Smith married Gladys A. Ausman, daughter of Floyd Ausman and Alberta Pennock, on 8 Sep 1925 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.379 Gladys was born in 1908 in Kirkville, NY.

+ 481 M    iii. Floyd Arthur Tucker was born on 14 Apr 1901 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.380

+ 482 M    iv. Earl Tucker was born in 1902 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.

   483 U    v. Unknown Tucker was born on 9 Jan 1903.381

   484 M    vi. Leroy J Tucker was born on 1 May 1906.382

+ 485 M    vii. Fred L. Tucker was born on 14 Mar 1908383 and died on 15 Jun 1950.

   486 F    viii. Ethel May Tucker was born on 1 Oct 1911,384 died on 23 Jun 1914 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,385 and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   487 F    ix. Stillborn Tucker was born on 9 May 1915,386 died on 9 May 1915 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,387 and was buried in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

332. Glen Van Dusen was born in 1882, died in 1893, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Glen married Minnie Dean, daughter of John Dean and Ella Myers.

+ 488 M    i. Graham S. Van Dusen was born in 1905 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.

   489 M    ii. Marion Van Dusen was born on 17 Sep 1906.388

Marion married Hertha Snyder.

   490 F    iii. Gertrude Van Dusen was born on 7 Feb 1909.389

   491 M    iv. Leon Van Dusen was born on 5 Jan 1911.

Birth Notes: Tuttle record 234B

   492 F    v. Olga Van Dusen was born on 5 Jan 1914.390

333. Mildred (Twin) Van Dusen was born in 1885.

Mildred married Charles E. Bugbee, son of Nelson Bugbee and Matilda Fay, on 27 Jan 1902 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. Charles was born in 1874 in Cory, PA.

   493 M    i. Eddie Bugbee was born on 14 Apr 1913.391

334. Melvin (Twin) Van Dusen was born in 1885.

Melvin married Ina Manwarren.

   494 M    i. Floyd Van Dusen was born on 5 May 1905.

   495 M    ii. Harold Van Dusen was born on 16 Apr 1907, died on 18 May 1910 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,392 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   496 F    iii. Stillborn Van Dusen was born on 14 Dec 1914 and died on 14 Dec 1914 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.393

   497 M    iv. Infant Van Dusen was born on 14 Apr 1916,394 died on 15 Apr 1916 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,395 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Melvin next married Lulu Meade, daughter of Sylvester Meade and Ella Fiddler, on 18 Sep 1911 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.396 Lulu was born in 1878 in Oswego Co., NY.

336. Bessie Van Dusen was born in 1887 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY, died in 1915, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Bessie married Asa A. Hurd on 23 Feb 1904 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.397 Asa was born in 1878 in Greece, Monroe County, NY.

Bessie next married Hugo Anderson, son of John Anderson and Mable Anderson, in 1910 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.398 Hugo was born about 1885 in Sweden.

   498 F    i. Agnes Bessie Anderson was born on 2 Oct 1911.399,400

   499 F    ii. Carrie Anderson was born on 19 Mar 1913.

338. Blaine Van Dusen was born in 1894.

Blaine married Ella Devaul. Ella was born in 1893.

   500 U    i. Stillbirth Van Dusen was born on 11 Jul 1915.401

   501 M    ii. Paul Van Dusen was born on 19 Nov 1923.402

   502 F    iii. Pauline Van Dusen was born on 2 Aug 1926.403

343. Gertrude Mason was born in 1882, died on 12 Feb 1900,239 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Gertrude married Fred Chauncy England, son of William England and Letta Lesinson, on 31 Jul 1899 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.205 Fred was born in 1877 in Canada.

   503 F    i. Edith England was born on 6 Feb 1900, died on 21 Feb 1900 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,404 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

351. Maud Betsinger was born in Sep 1875.

Maud married Frazier Ecker, son of Nicholas Ecker and Ann <Ecker>. Frazier was born in Aug 1868.

• Census: U.S., 1880, Hannibal, Oswego Co., NY. 405 Nicholas Ecker 60, farmer
Ann Ecker 53
Laurence M. Ecker 16
Frazer B. Ecker 13

• Census: U.S., 1900, Hannibal, Oswego Co., NY. 406 Lines 91-93
Frazier Ecker 31, b Aug 1868, farmer
Maud Ecker 24, b Sept 1875
Nicholas Ecker 80, b July 1819
Ann Ecker 73, b May 1823

• Census: U.S., 1910, Hannibal, Oswego Co., NY. 407 Lines 83-85:

Frazier Ecker 41, farmer
Maud Ecker 34, wife, 1/1 children living
Amy B Ecker 8

• Census: U.S., 1920, Hannibal, Oswego Co., NY. 408 Lines 91-93
Frazier Esker 52, dairy farmer
Maud Esker 44, wife
Sarah Bettsinger 65, mother-in-law

• Census: U.S., 1930, Hannibal, Oswego Co., NY. 409 Lines 46-47:
Depot Road North
Ecker, Frazier B., 61, age at 1st marriage, 27; farmer
Ida, wife, age at 1st marriage 57

   504 F    i. Amy B. Ecker was born in 1902 in Hannibal, Oswego Co., NY.

353. Eva Betsinger was born in 1879.

Eva married Frank Cook, son of Alonzo Cook and Mary Cook, on 28 Apr 1897 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.410 Frank was born in 1877 in Otselic, NY.

• Census: U.S., 9 Jun 1900, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. Lines 81-84
Frank Cook 22, b June 1877, farmer
Eva Cook 21, b Jan 1879
Lindley P Cook 2, b 1898
Kaneth Cook 4.12, b Feb 1899

• Census: U.S., 29 Apr 1910, Cortlandville, Cortland Co., NY. 411 South Cortland
Lines 93-98
Frank Cook 32, m 12 years, weaver fine wire
Eva Cook 30, 4/4 children living
Lindley Cook 12
Kenith Cook 10
Clyde Cook 8
Merill Cook 5

• Census: U.S., 3 Jan 1920, Homer, Cortland Co., New York. 412 Lines 82-86
1 King Street
Frank D Cook 42,m mechanic, wire mill
Eva Cook 39
Kenneth Cook 19
Clyde Cook 17
Murrel Cook 14

• Census: U.S., 1930, Homer, Cortland Co., New York. 413 Lines 84-86
3 King Street
Frank Cook 52, $3000 realty, age at 1st marriage 20, repairman, wire factory
Eva Cook 51, age at 1st marriage 19
Murel Cook 25, son, mechanic, garage

   505 F    i. Lindley L. Cook was born on 30 Jan 1898.414

   506 M    ii. Kenneth Cook was born on 10 Feb 1900.415

   507 M    iii. Clyde Cook was born in 1902.

   508 M    iv. Merrill Cook was born in 1905.

355. Lewis Elias Betsinger was born on 17 Mar 1894 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.250

• Military: WW I Draft Registration, 5 Jun 1917, Akron, Ohio. 416 Registration No. 5321
Lewis Elias Betsinger, 23
861 Chalker, Akron, Ohio
Date of birth: Mar 17 1894
Born: Clockville, NY U.S.A.
Automobile Repairman
CE Mills Taxicab Co.
Akron
Dependents: father, mother & wife
Married
Blue eyes, brown hair, medium height

• Census: U.S., 8 Apr 1930, Hammond Village, Saint Lawrence, New York. Lines 84-86
Academy Street
Louis Betsinger 36, age at marriage 21, proprietor, garage
Kathryn Betsinger 33, born New York, father born Iowa, mother born New York, age at marriage 18
Robert Betsinger 11, born Ohio

Lewis married Kathryn <Betsinger> in 1915. Kathryn was born in 1897 in New York.

   509 M    i. Robert Betsinger was born in 1919 in Ohio.

361. Fernold Betsinger was born in Mar 1890 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

Fernold married Laverne Smith in 1914. Laverne was born in 1892.

• Census: U.S., 12 Apr 1930, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 256
104 Pleasant Street, Village of Canastota
Household 143, visitation 154
Vern Smith 38, age at 1st marriage, 22
Fernald Smith 40, wife, 40, age at 1sr marriage, 24
Murial Smith 14, daughter
Elenora Smith 12, daughter
James Smith 7, son
Richard Smith 5, son
James Betsinger 75, father-in-law, age at 1st marriage, 25

• Census: U.S., 20 Jan 1920, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 255 Village of Canastota, 104 Pleasant Street, household 360, visitation 429:
James M Betsinger 65, mechanic, novelty factory
Eleanora Betsinger 62
Gertrude E Betsinger 34, daughter, teacher, public school
Vern Smith 27, son-in-law, shipping clerk, silver plant
Fernald Smith, daughter, 29
Muriel Smith, granddaughter, 3 9/12
Elnora Smith, granddaughter, 2 4/12

• resided: 1939, Ilion, NY.

   510 F    i. Muriel Smith was born in 1916 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   511 F    ii. Elnora Smith was born in 1918 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   512 M    iii. James Smith was born in 1923 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   513 M    iv. Richard Smith was born in 1925 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

362. Florence Betsinger was born in 1888.

• Residence: Jul 1940, Alene, Madison Co, NY.

Florence married Harry J. Rogers, son of George Rogers and Mary Hodge, on 15 Jun 1911 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.417 Harry was born in 1886 in New York.

   514 F    i. Rachel Rogers .

363. Frank Betsinger was born in 1890 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Frank married Lila C. Burleson, daughter of Richard Burleson and Katie Hauck, on 26 Dec 1912 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.418 Lila was born in Mar 1893 in Lenox, Madison County, NY.

   515 F    i. Joyce Betsinger was born on 21 Apr 1928.419

   516 M    ii. Frank Betsinger .

   517 M    iii. Richard Betsinger .

   518 M    iv. Walter Betsinger .

364. Winifred Miller was born in 1889.

Winifred married <Unknown> Clark.

   519 M    i. Frank Clark was born in 1922.

366. Ralph S. Forsythe was born in Jul 1894 in Cass County, Iowa.

• Census: U.S., 1930, Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa. 420
Ralph, 35, farmer, b. abt 1895, age at marriage, 31
Hattie, wife, 28, married at 24, b. Illinois
Robert N., son, 2-9/12
Raymond E., son, 11/12

Ralph married Hattie <Forsythe> in 1926 in Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa. Hattie was born in 1902 in Illinois.

   520 M    i. Robert N. Forsythe was born in 1927 in Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa.

   521 M    ii. Raymond E. Forsythe was born in Mar 1929 in Pleasant Township, Cass County, Iowa.

367. Ruth Margaret Ingalls was born on 17 Oct 1902 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, died on 5 Jan 1978 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY, 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.

• Social Security Number: 321-54-3339.

• Occupation: employee at Motor Vehicle Bureau, Syracuse, NY, Between 1927 and 1931, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 99

• Occupation: stenographer of the County Probation Office, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Occupation: secretary to Mrs. Carrie R Cornell, 1937, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: at 6 State, Oneida Castle, NY, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 99

• Residence: at 402 Stone, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: at 809 Montgomery, Syracuse, NY, Between 1926 and 1927. 99

• Residence: at 215 Green, Syracuse, NY, 1929. 99 Ruth M Ingles

• Obituary: 1978. 421 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. 422 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, Madison Co, NY.99 Eugene was born on 5 Nov 1907 in Detroit, Michigan, died on 15 Aug 2003 in Pembroke Pines, FL, and was buried on 5 Sep 2003 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

• Occupation: clerk, Motor Vehicle Bureau, Between 1939 and 1941, Wampsville, Madison Co, NY. 99

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

• Residence: at 311 Loucks Street, Oneida, NY, 1939, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: Acorn Drive, Hollywood, Fl.

• Obituary: Syracuse Post Standard, 30 Aug 2003, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 423 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.

   522 F    i. Julia Ingles Gillett was born in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

Julia married Donald F. Hendrick.

Julia next married Luis Rodriguez, son of Pedro Rodriguez and Ysabel Esquivel, on 5 May 2003 in Plantation Florida. Luis was born in El Paso, TX. s.

368. Constance Lucille Ingalls was born on 5 Aug 1905 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, died on 13 Dec 1987 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

• Social Security Number: 055-52-8468. 215

• Residence: at Fairview RD1, 1957.

• Residence: at 6 State Street, Between 1927 and 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 99

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

Constance married Fenton Stanley Hood, son of Judson Joseph Hood and Mary A. Lora, on 19 Oct 1929 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY. Fenton was born on 29 Nov 1905 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY,215 died on 2 Nov 1989,215 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

• Social Security Number: 118-12-9400. 215

• Occupation: Electrician, Between 1927 and 1972, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: 142 Fairview av, Oneida, NY, Between 1939 and 1989, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99,424 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. 99

• Residence: 6 State, 1931, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 99

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 4 Nov 1989, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 425
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.

+ 523 M    i. Fenton Judson Hood was born on 25 Jul 1930 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY and died on 22 Mar 2001 in Arvada, Colorado.

+ 524 M    ii. Lawrence Stanley Hood was born in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

+ 525 F    iii. Charma Joy Hood .

369. Frank Leland Ingalls Sr. was born on 24 Jun 1907 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY,270 died on 28 Oct 1974 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY,271 and was buried on 31 Oct 1974 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.272

Death Notes: At home.

Burial Notes: Lot 251, section 12.

• AKA: Lee Ingalls.

• Social Security Number: 163-03-3516. 215 FRANK INGALLS
24 Jun 1907 Oct 1974
13206 (Syracuse, Onondaga, NY )
Issued: Pennsylvania

• Occupation: employee, 1927, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 99

• Residence: 809 Montgomery, Syracuse, NY, 1926-1927. 99

• Residence: 6 State, Oneida Castle, NY, 1927, Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY. 99

• Residence: 708 James St, Syracuse, NY, 1928. 99

• 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. 99 House was purchased in the 1930's.

• Obituary: 29 Oct 1974, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 426 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. 427
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. 428 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. 429 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. 349 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, daughter of Frederick A. Heidt and Elizabeth Renk, on 18 Sep 1926 in Watkins Glen, NY. Anita was born on 11 Feb 1908 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 6 Oct 1977 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY,430,431 and was buried on 10 Oct 1977 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• Wedding Announcement: Disproves Old Adage, 15 Jan 1928, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 432 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.

• Social Security Number: 054-50-7445. 215 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. 99

• 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. 349 ... 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. 433 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. 434 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. 350 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. 435 "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. 436 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. 437 Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls will conduct the installations.

• News Item: Completing the Program (photo), 21 May 1953, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 438 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. 435 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. 435 Huntington 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. 351 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. 430
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

+ 526 M    i. Rev. Frank Leland Ingalls Jr. was born on 24 Mar 1930 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 21 Sep 1958 in Philadelphia, PA,439 and was buried in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

   527 M    ii. Douglas Jerome Ingalls was born on 22 Jul 1934 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, was baptized in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 29 Sep 1999 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, and was buried on 4 Oct 1999 in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.440

Obituary: 3 Oct 1999, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 441 October 3, 1999
Syracuse Herald-Journal

Douglas J. Ingalls

Douglas J. Ingalls, 65, of Onondaga Hill died Wednesday at
Community-General Hospital. Born in Syracuse, he
received undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering
from Syracuse University. He also received a graduate
degree in adult education from Syracuse University. He
taught at Onondaga Community College until 1991 and
previously worked in the research division at Carrier Corp.
Survivors: Three sisters, Sharon I. Welton of Oak Ridge,
N.J., Jerilyn A. Ingalls of Syracuse and Anita M. Ingalls of
Monroe; a brother, Malcolm J. of Syracuse. Services and burial:
Private. No calling hours. Goddard-Crandall-Shepardson Funeral
Home, Syracuse, has arrangements.

• Employment: physicist, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.
Carrier Corporation, Research Division.

• misc.: Awarded Patent number: 3,817,661, Filing date: Dec 10, 1970. 442 United States Patent for:
Cylinder head for a motor compressor unit
Ingalls, et al
Continuation, of application Ser. No. 96,824 filed Dec. 10, 1970 now abandoned.
Inventors: Douglas J. Ingalls; Richard S. Abell, both of Cazenovia, N.Y.
Assignee Carrier Corporation, Syracuse, N.Y.
Filed: June 1, 1972
Appl. No.: 258,644
This invention relates to hermetic motor-compressor units which includes novel muffling means.

•  Instructor, through 1991, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.
Onondaga Community College.

• Cremated: Syracuse, New York. Ashes buried at Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, NY

+ 528 F    iii. Sharon Margot Ingalls was born on 17 Aug 1937 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 26 Jun 2000 in Oak Ridge, New Jersey, and was cremated in New Jersey.

+ 529 M    iv. Malcolm Jeffrey Ingalls 443 was born on 24 Feb 1940 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

   530 F    v. Jerilyn Ann Ingalls was born on 25 Dec 1941 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY,444 died on 16 Apr 2007 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., NY, and was buried on 20 Apr 2007 in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Section T, Lot 326

• News Item: Birth Record, 31 Dec 1941, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 445 Mr. and Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls (Anita Heidt), 1214 Glencove Road South, a daughter, Dec. 25.

• Obituary: Post Standard, 19 Apr 2007, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 426
Jerilyn Ann Ingalls
April 16, 2007
Jerilyn Ann Ingalls, 65, of 7626 Highbridge Rd., Manlius, died Monday, April 16, after a long illness. She was born on December 25, 1941, in Syracuse, the daughter of F. Leland and Anita Heidt Ingalls, and lived in Syracuse most of her life. She was a graduate of Eastwood High School and was employed for 30 years as an insurance rater for commercial policies at the Home Insurance Company until her retirement in 1996. For many years, she was a top bowler in the Insurance Women's Bowling League of Syracuse as well as an avid SU basketball fan. Jeri moved to Manlius in 2000 and enjoyed many happy times during the past several years with the other retirees at Limestone Gardens. She is survived by one sister, Anita M. Ingalls of Orange Park, FL; one brother, Malcolm J. Ingalls of Syracuse; two sisters-in-law, Marilyn Frey Ingalls of Silver City, NM, and Mary Romondo Ingalls of Syracuse; four nieces, Diana Ingalls Leyba and Gale Ingalls Margerum of Silver City, NM, Brynda Taylor Flynn of Glen Gardner, NJ, and Bethany Taylor Bennet of Dover, NJ; and four nephews, Frank L. Ingalls of Philadelphia, PA, Jeffrey Ingalls of Fairfax, VA, Mark Ingalls of Skaneateles and John Ingalls of Syracuse. She was predeceased by two brothers, Rev. F. Leland Jr. and Douglas J. Ingalls; and one sister, Sharon M. (Taylor) Welton. She especially appreciated the many years of friendship from Inta and Robert Rigdon, Mary Ann Jensen, John and Teri Snyder, Liz and the late Bill Derocher, and Joanie and the rest of the gang. Calling hours will be held at the Goddard-Crandall-Shepardson Funeral Home, 3111 James Street, on Friday, April 20, from noon to 1 p.m. with the funeral service immediately following at 1 p.m. with Rev. John Van Haneghan of St. Stephen Lutheran Church officiating. A burial service will be held at Glenwood Cemetery in Oneida, Section T, at 2:15 p.m. on Friday. Memorial contributions may be made to Limestone Gardens Activities Association, 7626 Highbridge Rd., Manlius, 13104 Goddard-Crandall-Shepardson 463-4320
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 4/19/2007

   531 F    vi. Anita Marie Ingalls was born in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY446  . .

370. Arletta M. Ingalls was born on 4 Mar 1899 in Lee Center, NY and died on 9 Jan 1971 in Harrisville, NY.

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, 10 Jan 1974, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 425 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.

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

• Census: U.S., 1930, Town of Diana, Lewis County, NY. 447 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

   532 F    i. Doris M. Weeks was born in 1919.

Doris married Clifford Jarvis.

   533 M    ii. Robert W. Weeks was born in 1922.

   534 M    iii. Edward J. Weeks was born in 1926.

Edward married unknown.

   535 M    iv. Donald G. Weeks was born in 1929.

   536 F    v. Kathryne Weeks .

371. Arlinda Ingalls was born on 1 Dec 1901 in Lee Center, NY and died on 13 Feb 1988 in Chelmsford, Mass.

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 15 Feb 1988, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 448
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, son of Frank Thrasher and Myra Gookins, on 3 Jul 1929 in Lee Center, NY. Vernon was born on 19 Sep 1902 and died on 23 Feb 2001 in Chelmsford, Mass.

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

• Census: U.S., 1920, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 449 410 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

   537 F    i. Suzanne Thrasher .

Suzanne married James Schmidt.

373. Emerson W. Ingalls was born on 5 May 1912 in Lee Center, NY and died on 7 Sep 1956 in Lee Center, NY.

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

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald-Journal, 8 Sep 1956, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 450
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. 425
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, daughter of Samuel Anderegg and Margaret Weibel, on 30 Nov 1932 in Lee Center, NY. 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, and was buried in Town of Lee, Oneida County, NY.

• Obituary: Daily Sentinel, 28 Jan 2000, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 425 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.

+ 538 F    i. Karen Ingalls .

376. Lulu Daisy Stook was born on 15 Mar 1893 in Vernon, Oneida, New York, died on 14 Jun 1974 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY, and was buried in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

General Notes: 1st husband: Salm (1 daughter)
Winifred Vale, who died in 1941.

• 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. 425 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.

   539 F    i. Winifred Salm was born in 1913 and died in 1941.

• Census: 1930, Vernon, Oneida, New York. Living with grandmother, Nellie Ingalls Stook at age 17.

Winifred married Edward M. Vale, son of Joseph Wellington Vale and Jennie Chandler. Edward was born on 9 Jun 1910 and died on 13 Sep 1998 in Williamstown, Oswego, NY.

• Census: U. S., 17 Jan 1920, Westmoreland, Oneida County, NY. 451 Lines 86-91, household 124, visitation 125
farm, State road

Vale, Joseph W., head, 44, widow, b. Michigan, parents b. New York
Vale, Nelson, son, 15, b. New York
Edith, daughter, aa, b. New York
Edmond M., son, 8, b. New York
William, son, b New York
Lambert, Hannah, sister, 56, m, b New York

• Social Security Number: 115-14-0799, Bef 1951. 452

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, Oct 1998, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 453 3 survivors, 1st wife, Winifred L. Salm died in 1941.

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.

• 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

+ 540 M    i. Barton W. Goux died on 8 Oct 1984.

   541 M    ii. Henry Goux was born in 1923.

• Residence: 17061 Catalpa Street, May 2004, Hesperia, CA. He and his wife, Johnny, moved in 2004 from New York to California.

Henry married Johnny <Goux>.

   542 M    iii. George Goux was born in 1928.

• Residence: 2004, Marcy, NY. Goux, George L
6501 Fox Rd
Marcy, NY 13403-3203
(315) 865-5164

Lulu next married Elmer L. Sturtevant on 15 Oct 1937 in Pulaski, NY. Elmer died on 5 Dec 1956.

377. Milton Willis Stook was born on 22 Feb 1894 in Vernon, Oneida, New York, died on 26 Feb 1991 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY, and was buried in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Military: WW I 1917-1918 Draft Registration, 5 Jun 1917, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 454
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. 425
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, daughter of Dominick Colasanti and Fortuna Del Vecchio, on 10 Jun 1934 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY. Carmella was born on 20 Jul 1913, died on 18 Feb 1989 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY, and was buried in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Divorce: 1930. reported as divorced in 1930 census, living with mother, Nellie Ingalls Stook.

+ 543 F    i. Jane F. Stook was born on 27 Apr 1935 and died on 30 Nov 2002 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

   544 F    ii. Edna Stook .

Edna married Richard Winner.

   545 F    iii. Norma Stook .

Norma married Norman Chapman.

   546 F    iv. Carol Stook .

Carol married <Unknown> Goodman.

   547 M    v. Robert Stook .

   548 M    vi. William Stook .

Milton next married Emily <Stook> before 1930.

380. Reta Ingalls was born on 10 Jun 1908 and died on 6 May 1993 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Social Security Number: 069-09-3985. 215 RETA INGALLS 10 Jun 1908 06 May 1993 13440 (Rome, Oneida, NY) New York

• Residence: in Reynolds Block, 1927, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

Reta married unknown.

+ 549 M    i. Raymond Victor Ingalls was born on 2 Jul 1928 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 11 Jul 2005 in Fort Worth, TX, and was buried on 15 Jul 2005 in Fort Worth, TX.

381. Leon L. Ingalls was born on 6 Oct 1910 and died on 3 Oct 1988 in Utica, NY.

Leon married Virginia M. Bombace, daughter of Antonio Bombace and Angeline Falco, on 28 Nov 1926 in Chadwicks, NY. Virginia was born on 27 Apr 1919 in Utica, NY, died on 7 Feb 2002 in Utica, NY, and was buried in Utica, NY.

Burial Notes: Arrangements made by:
Eannace Funeral Home, Inc.
932 South Street (corner of Hammond Ave.)
Utica, NY

• Obituary: Utica Observer-Dispatch, 9&10 Feb 2002, Utica, NY. 455 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

+ 550 F    i. Jessie Ingalls .

   551 F    ii. Joanne M. Ingalls .

Joanne married Bertram Barter.

Joanne next married Edward J. Bick, son of Henry Bick and Elizabeth Heintz. Edward was born on 19 Jan 1935 and died on 9 May 1988 in Utica, NY.

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, 10 May 1988, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 425
Edward J. Bick
FORESTPORT -- Edward J. Bick, 53, of Scamott Road,
formerly of Wager Street, Utica, and husband of Joanne
Ingalls Bick, died Monday, May 9, 1988 in St.
Luke's-Memorial Hospital Center, Utica.
Arrangements are being (sic) by the Heintz Funeral Home,
Utica.

   552 M    iii. Leon A. Ingalls .

Leon married Jean Schreck.

389. 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, and was buried on 10 Nov 1982 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.

• 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. 99

• Residence: 221 Stoddard, 1948, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Residence: 237 Linden, Between 1950 and 1957, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• 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. 350 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. 425 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, daughter of Charles Clark and Marjorie Phillips, on 12 Jul 1947 in Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY.

   553 F    i. Sarah Ingalls .

Sarah married Louis Roache.

   554 F    ii. Patricia Ingalls .

393. Grace Neva Adle was born on 8 Sep 1896 in Lenox Furnace, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.308

• Residence: 1954, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

Grace married Basil Leon Davis, son of Reuben S. Davis and Diana Benn, on 20 Jan 1915 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.244 Basil was born on 26 Jul 1893 in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.

• Census: U.S., 18 Apr 1910, Smithfield, Madison Co, NY. 456
Household 38, visitation 38, Jeramiah Bump:
Davis, Basil, hired man, farm laborer
Household 39: William E. and Nettie B. Davis
Household 40: Walton B. Olcott

• Census: U.S., 10 Jun 1920, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 305
Living at 205 Delano Avenue with in-laws:
Davis, Grace, daughter, 23
Basil, son-in-law, 26, laborer, truck factory
Raymond, grandson, 3-11/12

• Census: U. S., 12 Apr 1930, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 457 Village of Canastota, First Ward:
201 High Street, visitation 171, household 228:
Davis, Basil L., head, rent, $20 month, 36, m at 21, moulder, Bakelite
Neva G., wife, 33, m at 18, Inspector, Bakelite
Raymond L., son, 14

• Military: World War I Registration, 5 Jun 1917, Canastota, Madison Co., NY. 458 Basil Leon Davis
County: Madison
205 Delano, Canastota, NY, age 24
Birthplace: Peterboro, N. Y.
Wood worker, Sherwood Bros. Mfg. Co.,
wife and child 1 1/2 years,
Birth Date: 26 Jul 1893
Roll: 1753842
DraftBoard: 1

   555 M    i. Raymond L. Davis was born in Jul 1916.

395. Elizabeth J Pankhurst was born on 22 Jul 1909 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY,314 died on 26 Jan 2004 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: 400 Lamb Avenue, Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Residence: Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Onedia Daily Dispatch, 28 Jan 2004, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 369
Elizabeth J. Yorton
01/28/2004

CANASTOTA - Elizabeth J. Yorton, 94, formerly of 400 Lamb Ave., Canastota, and Clockville, died Monday, Jan. 26, 2004, at the Oneida Healthcare Center, following a lengthy illness.

She was born on July 22, 1909 in Clockville, the daughter of Albert and Grace Adle Pankhurst.

Elizabeth lived in Clockville most of her life, attending the Canastota schools. She lived at Stoneleigh Apartments from 1988-2003. Elizabeth had been a resident of the Oneida Healthcare Center Extended Care Facility for the past six months.

She had been a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Sherrill-Oneida City Chapter No. 21, the Rebekah Lodge No. 247 of Canastota, and AARP, Oneida Area Chapter No. 3328. She had also been a member of the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department Women's Auxiliary.

Elizabeth was a member of the Clockville United Methodist Church.

She enjoyed bingo, watching television, her cat "Baby," and spending time with her friends and family.

Elizabeth married Loren M. Yorton on June 16, 1931 in Manlius. Loren died on Feb. 4, 1972.

Surviving are one daughter, Peggy Hoke Muggle of Verona; two grandchildren, Peter Hoke of Arlington, Va., and Lydia and Robert R. Reining of Hyde Park; two great-grandchildren, Emma Reining and Robert L. Reining; and several nieces and nephews.

Private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family.

The Rev. Alan D. Kinney of the Gouverneur United Methodist Church will officiate.

Burial will be in Clockville Cemetery.

At Elizabeth's request there will be no calling hours.

Arrangements are under the supervision of the J. Homer Ball Funeral Home, Inc., 201 James St., Canastota.

In her memory contributions may be made to the Clockville United Methodist Church, PO Box 15, Clockville, NY 13043, or to the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department, PO Box 60, Clockville, NY 13043.

J. HOMER BALL FUNERAL HOME, INC.
Canastota

Elizabeth married Loren Millard Yorton, son of Marvin Yorton and Pearl Sexton, on 16 Jun 1931 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., NY.459 Loren was born on 8 Aug 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,460 died on 4 Feb 1972, and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

+ 556 F    i. Peggy Yorton .

396. James William Gordon was born in 1873 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI and died in Fort Madison, Iowa.

James married Clarissa Dale on 15 Jan 1899 in Warrens, Jackson Co, Wisconsin. Clarissa was born in Jackson Co, WI and died in California.

   557 M    i. James William Gordon was born on 1 Oct 1900 in Warrens, Jackson Co, Wisconsin and died on 1 Oct 1900 in Warrens, Jackson Co, Wisconsin.

   558 F    ii. Wauneta Gordon died in Ft. Madison, Iowa.

   559 M    iii. Don Gordon died on 7 Dec 1977 in California.

   560 F    iv. Virginia Gordon .

Virginia married Stanley Vance.

400. Neva Maude Gordon was born on 31 Aug 1883 in Warrens, Jackson Co, Wisconsin and died on 16 Aug 1878 in Chinook, Blaine Co, Montana.

Neva married Hugh D. Mathers on 20 Jun 1902 in Tomah, Monroe Co, Wisconsin.461

+ 561 M    i. Hugh D. Mathers was born circa 1921 and died on 11 Jun 1960 in Lewis & Clark Co, MT.

   562 M    ii. Clayton Mathers died ae 4 yrs.

+ 563 F    iii. Monica Mathers .

401. Mabel Adel Gordon was born in 1887.

Mabel married Dr. James R. Kalar.

+ 564 F    i. Ruth Mae Kalar was born on 19 Jul 1913 in St. Edwards, NE.

   565 M    ii. James Gordon Kalar was born in 1926.

402. Harrison Eugene Gordon was born on 30 Jan 1889 in Lincoln Twp., Monroe Co, Wisconsin and died on 23 Mar 1977 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

Harrison married Alice Staniforth. Alice was born on 27 Aug 1888 in Mauston, WI and died on 26 Oct 1969 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

   566 F    i. Margaret Gordon was born on 14 Jan 1907 in Beloit, Rock Co, WI and died on 16 Mar 1907 in Tomah, Monroe Co, Wisconsin.

+ 567 M    ii. Leo Eugene Gordon was born on 6 Jun 1910 in Wisconsin Rapids, WI and died on 6 Jun 1940 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

   568 F    iii. Dorothy Gordon was born on 19 Mar 1912 in Wisconsin Rapids, WI and died on 28 Nov 1969 in Madison, Dane Co, WI.

Dorothy married Howard Best.

   569 F    iv. Ruth Gordon was born on 29 Aug 1915 in Kellner, WI.

Ruth married Harold Petzer.

403. Bessie Gertrude Gordon was born on 6 Jun 1895 in Warrens, Jackson Co, Wisconsin and died on 5 Feb 1981 in Osmond, Pierce Co, Nebraska.

Bessie married Zachariah Lucien Boughn IV on 29 Jun 1916 in Wayne, Wayne Co, NE. Zachariah was born in 1895 and died in 1931.

   570 M    i. Zachariah Lucien Boughn V .

   571 F    ii. Jean Lorraine Boughn was born on 16 Mar 1919.

Jean married Walter Anderson. Walter died in 1979.

   572 F    iii. Janet Gordon Boughn .

Janet married unknown O'Sullivan.

   573 M    iv. Keith Boughn was born in 1925 and died in 1977.

404. Edna Mae Gordon was born on 20 Mar 1883 in Gays Mills, Crawford Co, WI and died on 17 Dec 1964 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Edna married Milo Warren Gordon on 8 Jul 1900 in Chippewa Co, Wisconsin.462 Milo was born on 11 Nov 1870 in Wellington Twp., Monroe Co, WI and died on 6 Sep 1922 in Almena, Barron Co, WI.

+ 574 F    i. Gladys Blanche Gordon was born on 29 Nov 1900 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 16 Apr 1999 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

+ 575 M    ii. Donald Mack Gordon was born on 10 May 1902 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 8 Dec 1991 in Waukesha, Waukesha Co, WI.

+ 576 M    iii. John Parker Gordon was born on 14 Aug 1904 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 25 Oct 1987 in Indianapolis, Marion Co, IN.

+ 577 M    iv. George Brice Gordon was born on 13 Sep 1906 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 10 Sep 1987 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

+ 578 M    v. Royal Lee Gordon was born on 10 Nov 1908 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 23 May 1998 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT.

   579 M    vi. Milo Evan Gordon was born on 13 Apr 1911 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin, died on 11 Jun 1977 in Kalispell, Flathead Co, MT, and was buried in Conrad Memorial Cemetery, Kalispell, MT.

Burial Notes: Military Section

+ 580 M    vii. Robert Henry Gordon was born on 28 Apr 1913 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 10 Nov 2001 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

+ 581 M    viii. Thomas Warren Gordon was born on 26 Sep 1916 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 23 Apr 2000 in Sequim, WA.

+ 582 F    ix. Helen Edna Gordon was born on 22 Mar 1919 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

   583 U    x. Infant Gordon was born in 1921 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died in 1921 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

   584 U    xi. Infant Gordon was born in 1921 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died in 1921 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

+ 585 M    xii. Richard Kendrick Gordon was born on 20 May 1922 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 7 Feb 1998 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT.

405. Bertha Leila Gordon was born on 7 Jan 1885 in Fish Lake, Gates Co, Wisconsin and died after 1965 in Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Bertha married William Sanderson on 23 Feb 1901 in Chippewa Co, Wisconsin.463 William was born circa 1879 in Wisconsin and died in Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

+ 586 F    i. Nellie Sanderson was born in 1903 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in King, Wisconsin.

+ 587 M    ii. George Sanderson was born in 1906 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   588 F    iii. Evora Sanderson was born in 1908 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in King, Wisconsin.

Death Notes: Died in Veterans Home.

Evora married Ben Brown. Ben was born in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Evora next married Walter Mitchell.

Evora next married Bill Bartha.

+ 589 M    iv. Walter Sanderson was born in 1911 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   590 F    v. Bernice Sanderson was born in 1912 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

+ 591 M    vi. Horace Sanderson was born on 24 Jul 1914 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 20 Dec 1986 in Madera, California.

+ 592 M    vii. Earl Sanderson was born in 1918 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

+ 593 M    viii. Cecil Sanderson was born in Nov 1919 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   594 M    ix. Carl Sanderson was born in Jan 1920 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 20 Dec 1986 in Madera, California.

406. Sophrona Gordon Gordon was born on 16 Apr 1887 in Chippewa Co, Wisconsin and died after 1966 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Sophrona married Edward Franson. Edward was born circa 1884 in Christianna, Norway and died in Sawyer Co, Wisconsin.

+ 595 F    i. Sophia Franson was born in 1906 in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI.

+ 596 F    ii. Elaine Franson was born circa 1910 and died in California.

+ 597 F    iii. Noma Franson was born before 1910.

Sophrona next married Jasper Poff in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI. Jasper was born in May 1870 in Indiana and died in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI.

407. Rosella Gordon was born on 23 Mar 1889 in Fish Lake, Chippewa Co, Wisconsin.

Rosella married George Gallati in Chippewa Co, Wisconsin. George was born in 1880 in Wisconsin.

   598 F    i. Blanche Gallati was born in 1903.

   599 M    ii. Harry Gallati was born in 1913.

   600 M    iii. Richard Gallati was born in 1915.

   601 M    iv. Raymond Gallati was born in 1917.

408. James LeRoy Gordon was born on 10 Oct 1891 and died in Aug 1957 in Michigan.

James married Unknown Nelson.

James next married Eva Hooker.

   602 F    i. Ruth Gordon was born in Oct 1915.

Ruth married unknown Wachs.

409. Wallace Gordon was born on 12 Oct 1894 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

Wallace married Agnes Doege circa 1922. Agnes was born in 1903 in Canada.

+ 603 F    i. Irene Gordon was born in 1923.

+ 604 M    ii. Erwin Gordon was born in 1924.

   605 M    iii. William Gordon was born in 1927.

William married Lorraine Leonard.

   606 M    iv. Melvin Gordon was born in 1930.

Melvin married Caroline Kudingo.

   607 F    v. Ardith Gordon .

Ardith married Arlo Chapman.

+ 608 F    vi. Janet Gordon .

+ 609 M    vii. Lynn Gordon .

411. Marvin Otis Gordon was born on 22 Apr 1899 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 9 Apr 1962 in Silver Bay, Minnesota.

Marvin married Henrietta Elizabeth Harris, daughter of Alex Harris and Susan Murray, in 1919 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin. Henrietta was born on 25 Mar 1900 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 15 Jan 1994 in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI.

+ 610 F    i. Marcy Gordon was born circa 1921 and died circa 1994.

   611 F    ii. Margery Gordon was born circa 1923.

Margery married John Sheehy.

   612 M    iii. Royce Gordon was born on 24 Apr 1924 in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI and died on 31 Jul 1991 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

+ 613 F    iv. Rosella Gordon was born on 23 Dec 1925 in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI and died on 28 Dec 1983 in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.

   614 M    v. Herbert Gordon died before 1994.

413. Minta (twin) Gordon was born on 11 Jan 1902 and died in 1991.

Minta married Henry Pake.

   615 F    i. Lucille Pake .

   616 F    ii. 2nd Daughter Pake .

   617 M    iii. Arlen Pake .

   618 F    iv. Joyce Pake .

   619 F    v. 4th Daughter Pake .

   620 M    vi. David Pake .

   621 M    vii. Gilbert Pake .

   622 M    viii. Robert Pake .

414. Phoebe Gordon was born on 18 Sep 1905 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in 1992 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Phoebe married John Paulson circa 1926 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin. John was born circa 1904 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   623 F    i. Phoebe Paulson was born circa 1928.

   624 F    ii. Beverly Paulson was born circa 1930.

   625 M    iii. John Paulson was born circa 1932.

   626 M    iv. Jerry Paulson was born circa 1936.

   627 M    v. David Paulson was born circa 1938.

   628 M    vi. Daniel Paulson was born circa 1938.

426. Frank Gordon was born in 1869 in Colorado and died before 1973.

• Adoption: Adopted child.

Frank married Mary J. <Gordon>. Mary was born circa 1892.

   629 F    i. Lola Gordon was born circa 1920.

   630 F    ii. Pearl Gordon was born circa 1921.

   631 F    iii. Lucille Gordon .

427. Grace Gordon was born on 21 Jun 1897 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in 1962 in Devils Lake, Ramsey Co, ND.

Grace married Howard Wallace circa 1914 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin. Howard was born in 1888 in Wisconsin and died in 1918 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

   632 M    i. Donald H. Wallace was born in Jan 1917.

   633 F    ii. Beth Marguerite Wallace was born in May 1915.

Beth married unknown Johnson.

Grace married Harry Gress circa 1919 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin. Harry was born in 1878 in Iowa and died in 1950 in Devils Lake, Ramsey Co, ND.

   634 F    i. May Gress was born in 1920.

   635 U    ii. Lavth Gress was born in 1925.

   636 M    iii. Roger Gress .

   637 M    iv. Dallas Gress .

   638 M    v. Richard Gress .

429. Glen J. Gordon was born on 18 Jan 1899 in City Point, Jackson Co, WI and died in Jul 1973 in Bremerton, Kitsap Co, WA.

Glen married Ruby P. <Gordon> circa 1921. Ruby was born circa 1902 in North Dakota.

   639 F    i. Bernice Gordon was born circa 1922.

   640 M    ii. Lyle Gordon was born circa 1928.

   641 M    iii. Thomas C. Gordon was born circa 1930.

430. Dona Gordon was born on 18 Jun 1902 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in Mar 1976 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Dona married Charles Prosser in Winona, MN. Charles was born on 13 Mar 1897 in Wisconsin and died in Mar 1979 in Bruce, Rusk Co, WI.

   642 F    i. Lyilla Prosser was born on 30 Nov 1919.

   643 M    ii. Clyde D. Prosser was born on 14 Aug 1921.

   644 F    iii. Phyllis Prosser was born on 10 Oct 1923.

   645 F    iv. Inez Prosser was born circa 1926.

   646 U    v. Dallas Prosser was born circa 1928.

   647 M    vi. Kennet L. Prosser was born on 26 Nov 1930.

   648 M    vii. Roger Prosser was born circa 1934.

   649 M    viii. Richard Prosser was born circa 1940.

432. Lloyd A. Gordon was born on 18 Mar 1906 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 25 Feb 1964 in Ontanagon, Ontanagon Co, MI.

Lloyd married Enid Christina Hansen circa 1926. Enid was born on 22 Dec 1903 in Glen Flora, Rusk Co, WI and died on 21 Jan 1978 in Ontanagon, Ontanagon Co, MI.

   650 M    i. Dale L. Gordon was born in 1928.

   651 M    ii. Theron G. Gordon was born circa 1929.

   652 M    iii. Edgar Andrew Gordon was born on 29 Aug 1931.

   653 M    iv. Eldon Lee Gordon was born on 11 Aug 1933.

   654 M    v. Garnet A. Gordon was born on 21 Oct 1938.

434. Maude Wilcox was born in 1876, died on 4 Apr 1911,317 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Maude married Mathew Camp.

   655 F    i. Hazel Blanch Camp was born on 2 Jun 1898.464

435. Jay Wilcox was born in 1879.

• Census: U.S., 1910, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 465
Jay Wilcox, 31, married 12 yrs.
Edith, wife, 30, 3 children/0 living

Jay married Edith Burgdorf in 1898. Edith was born in 1880.

   656 M    i. Claude Wilcox was born in 1909, died on 29 Jan 1912 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,466 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Birth Notes: Adopted Father Harvey Rabdall

436. Orley Snyder was born in 1881.

Orley married Lucinda Van Dusen.

   657 M    i. Claud Snyder was born on 23 Dec 1904.467

   658 U    ii. Snyder was born on 21 Nov 1907.468

   659 M    iii. Marvin Snyder was born in Nov 1908, died on 11 Jan 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,469 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Undocumented burial

   660 F    iv. Doris May Snyder was born on 2 Apr 1909,470 died on 17 May 1909 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,471 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

   661 F    v. Doris Snyder was born on 31 Aug 1910.472

   662 M    vi. Donald Snyder was born on 21 Sep 1911,473 died on 26 Feb 1912 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,474 and was buried in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.

447. Gladys Rouse was born on 14 Apr 1901.323

Gladys married Shepard D. Pexton, son of Shepard Pexton and Lettie <Pexton>, on 25 Dec 1922 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.475 Shepard was born in 1907 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   663 F    i. Gladys Pexton was born on 22 Mar 1924.476

449. Ethel M. Rouse was born on 11 Sep 1899.329

Ethel married Reuben A. Holdridge, son of Mette Holdridge and Mary E. Ottoway, on 20 Oct 1920 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.477 Reuben was born in 1900 in Munnsville, NY.

• Census: U.S., 1910, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 478 Reuben Holdridge, age 10, grandchild,
Home in 1910: Oneida Ward 2, Madison, New York
4 Leonard Street
Household Members:
Charles H. Ottaway 59, married 35 years, born England, parents English, immigated 1852 (?), naturalized citizen, milling chucks, chuck works.
Lillias N. Ottaway 60, 2/2 children living, married 35 years, born New York, parents born England (Scott).
Reuben Holdridge 10

• Census: U.S., 1920, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. 479 Clock Road, farm, dwelling 24, visitation 25,

Name Age
Barton F Snell 46, farmer
Mary E Snell 43, wife, father born England, mother born New York.
Reuben Holdrige 19, son, farm laborer
Harry Holdrige 18, son, farm laborer

   664 M    i. Frederick Holdridge was born on 6 Jan 1922.480

• resided: with grandparents, Harrison and Cora Rouse, 5 Apr 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. Appears on the 1930 census.

   665 M    ii. Harrison Holdridge was born on 27 Jul 1923.481

• resided: with grandparents, 15 Apr 1930, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY. Residing with grandmother, Mary E. Snell, and her second husband, Burton F. Snell.

Ethel next married Edward M. Jones, son of George Jones and Hannah <Jones>, on 5 Jul 1936 in Cicero, NY.482 Edward was born in 1888 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

   666 F    i. Shirley Ann Jones was born on 8 Mar 1936.483

   667 M    ii. James Edward Jones was born on 27 Nov 1938.484

454. Lysle Marcy was born on 11 Nov 1904 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY and died in Oct 1977 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.215

Birth Notes:
MARCY-On Nov. 26, at The Crouse,
to Joseph and Anna Marcy, a son.
Syracuse Daily Journal, December 8, 1904.

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 26 Nov 1904. 215

• 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, daughter of Roman Lenardowski and Lena Kelley, on 15 May 1938 in Greece, Monroe County, NY. Eleanor was born on 24 Nov 1914 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY and died in Apr 1981 in Syracuse, New York.

• Census: U. S., 1920, Syracuse, New York. 485 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 )

   668 M    i. David Marcy was born circa 1943.

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459. Gladys Louise Adle was born on 29 Mar 1903, died on 30 Jan 1987 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, and was buried on 1 Feb 1987 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

Gladys married Leonard Heny Zabele. Leonard was born on 1 Jun 1893 in Kenwood, Madison, NY, died on 12 Oct 1967, and was buried in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.24

   669 F    i. Elsie Louise Zabele was born on 30 Aug 1924 and died on 9 Aug 1994.

Elsie married Charles Rufus Stevens. Charles was born on 27 Aug 1922.

463. Mary Bertha Buyea was born on 4 Jan 1895 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY and died on 22 May 1935 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

Mary married Enoch L. Dwelly on 23 Dec 1914.366

Mary next married Frederick Neadle on 10 Mar 1921. Frederick was born on 3 Mar 1880 in Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence Co, NY and died on 17 Dec 1953 in Fulton, Oswego, NY.

   670 F    i. Margaret Elizabeth Neadle was born on 19 Apr 1927 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Margaret married Roger Lowell Berger. Roger was born on 28 Dec 1927 in Holdbridge, Phelps, NY.

464. George C. Buyea was born on 10 Feb 1899,366 died on 9 May 1932, and was buried on 11 May 1932 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

George married Nellie E. Youmans, daughter of Harrison Youmans and Marry Cranson, on 5 Apr 1920.366 Nellie was born in Fenner, Madison Co., NY, died on 21 Nov 2000 in Hamilton, Madison Co., NY, and was buried in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Marriage Notes: Marriage Register
==================================
Geo C Buyea Nellie B. Youmans
Cazeniva 21 Fenner 21
Jacob Buyea Harrison Youmans
Blanch E. Soper Mary Cranson
5 April 1920

• Religion: Episcopalian, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY. Member of St. Peter's Episcopal Church

• Residence: William Street, Nov 2000, Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

• Obituary: Herald-Journal, 22 Nov 2000, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.
Nellie E. Buyea
(1898-November 2000)

Nellie E. Buyea, 102, of William Street, Cazenovia, died Tuesday at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton. Born in Fenner, she lived in Cazenovia most of her life. She was a member of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Cazenovia. Her husband, George C., died in 1951. Survivors: A son, George H. of  Cazenovia; several nieces and nephews. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at Richard F. Ayer Funeral Home. Burial, Evergreen Cemetery, Cazenovia. Calling hours, 1 to 4 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, 38 Sullivan St., Cazenovia. Contributions: St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Cazenovia 13035.

Transcribed by:
Mike Hollingsworth
Date: Saturday, July 28, 2001

   671 M    i. George H. Buyea .

465. Ethel Mildred Buyea was born on 7 Jun 1906, died in 1956, and was buried in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.

Ethel married Everett L. Marshall. Everett was born in 1893 and died in 1947.

• Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 30 Dec 1900. 215

• Alt. Death: Alt. Death, Apr 1965. 215

   672 M    i. Leonard Howard Marshall was born in 1926 and died in 1928.

466. Earl J. Buyea was born on 19 Jan 1909 and died in Mar 1978 in Sherburne, Chenango Co, NY.

• Social Security Number: 080-09-5982.

Earl married Bessie Cole.

   673 F    i. Sharon Buyea .

• Engagement: Binghamton Press, 9 Aug 1954, Binghamton, Broome Co., New York. 486 August 9, 1954
Binghamton Press

Miss Buyea
Is Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buyea
of Sherburne announce
the engagement
of their daughter,
Sharon, to Pfc. Richard
Eaves, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Eaves of Hamilton.
Private Eaves is stationed
with the United States Army
in Germany.
Miss Buyea is a graduate
of Sherburne High School and
the Utica School of Commerce.
She is affiliated with
the law firm of Evans, Pirnie,
and Burdick in Utica.

Sharon married Richard Eaves, son of Robert Eaves and Unknown.

468. Merton Buyea was born in 1893, died in 1964, and was buried in Oran, Onondaga Co., NY.24

Merton married Josephine D McConnell, daughter of Roscoe McConnell and Laverne Hawley, about 1915. Josephine was born on 2 Oct 1894 in Denver, Colorado, died on 30 Jul 1982 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY,487 and was buried in Oran, Onondaga Co., NY.24

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald Journal, 31 Jan 1982, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 488
Josephine D. Buyea
Mrs. Josephine D. Buyea, 87, for-
merly of Enders Road, Manlius, died
yesterday in a local nursing home.
A native of Denver, Colo., she
lived in Hamilton many years be-
fore moving to Manlius in 1974. She
was a member of Oran Community
Church.
Surviving are one son, La Verne
of Oran; a grandson, Barry of Man-
lius; a granddaughter Mrs. Marsha
Kitterman of Noblesville, Ind.; one
great-grandson; and two nieces.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesady
at Newell-Fay Funeral Home, Man-
lius, the Rev. Harold Garman offi-
ciating. Spring burial will be in Oran
Cemetery.
There are no calling hours, Con-
tributions may be made to Oran
Community Church.

   674 M    i. Laverne Buyea was born on 17 Jan 1916 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY,489 died on 26 Apr 1995,490 and was buried in Oran, Onondaga Co., NY.24

Laverne married Wilma Cramer, daughter of Mark W Cramer and Linda A. McFadden. Wilma was born on 8 Mar 1918, died on 10 May 1989,491 and was buried in Oran, Onondaga Co., NY.24

474. Virgina Buyea was born on 9 Jun 1908 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.373

Virgina married Cliff Nower in 1936 in Earlville, Madison Co., NY. Cliff was born in 1907 in Earlville, Madison Co., NY, died on 28 Apr 1975 in Earlville, Madison Co., NY, and was buried in Earlville Cemetery, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Daily Press, 29 Apr 1975, Utica, NY. 492
CE. Nower, 68; Headed
Livestock Exchange

EARLVILLE -- Clifford E.
Nower. 68, River Road, a
member of the board of
education of the former
Earlville Central School and
retired president of Burton
Livestock Exchange Inc.
Vernon, died yesterday in his
home.

He was born in Lebanon and
was a life resident of this area.
He married Virginia Buyea in
1936 in Earlville. He retired last
year as president of the Burton
Livestock Exchange. He ialso
operated a dairy farm near
Earlville for many years.

....

Besides his wife, he leaves
three sons. Paul and Floyd
Nower, both of Earlville and
David Nower of Vernon; a
daughter. Mrs. Lee (Miriam)
Stewart of Earlville; a brother,
Howard Nower of Earlville, and
a sister, Miss Bessie Nower of
Hamilton.

The funeral will be at 2
Thursday from the First United
Methodist Church of Earlville.
Burial will be in the Earlville
Cemetery.

   675 M    i. Paul Nower .

   676 M    ii. Floyd Nower .

   677 M    iii. David Nower .

   678 F    iv. Miriam Nower .

Miriam married Lee Stewart.

476. Stuart Earl Buyea was born on 3 Mar 1911215,375 and died in May 1974.215

Stuart married unknown.

   679 M    i. Earl Buyea .

481. Floyd Arthur Tucker was born on 14 Apr 1901 in Clockville, Town of Lincoln, Madison Co., NY.380

Floyd married Ruth A. Hall, daughter of Bert Hall and Mary Manwarrem, on 6 Sep 1922 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY 181.,493 Ruth was born on 24 Jun 1905 in Oak Hill, Madison Co, NY.494

   680 M    i. Albert F. Tucker was born on 8 Feb 1925.495

   681 F    ii. Ellen Mary Tucker was born on 1 Oct 1926.496

   682 M    iii. Robert L. Tucker was born on 14 Nov 1927.497

   683 M    iv. Henry A. Tucker was born on 5 Mar 1930.498

   684 F    v. Betty Jane Tucker was born on 26 Apr 1931,499 died on 25 Dec 2004 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, and was buried on 30 Dec 2004 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Oneida Daily Dispatch, 27 Dec 2004, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 369 Betty J. Thorp
KIRKVILLE - Betty J. Thorp, 73, of 6367 Brewer Road, Kirkville, died unexpectedly on Saturday, Dec. 25, 2004 at St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse.
She was born on April 28, 1931 in Canastota, the daughter of Floyd and Ruth Hall Tucker.
Betty spent her early years in the Canastota area, attending the Perryville and Cazenovia schools. She lived in Kirkville for 10 years and Fabius for 20 years. Betty spent the winter months in Silver Springs, Fla. from 1989-1998, and has lived full time in Kirkville since then.
She enjoyed reading, and spending time with friends and family, especially her grandchildren.
Betty married Nellis H. Thorp on July 2, 1949 in Canastota. Nellis died on Oct. 1, 2003.
Surviving are two sons, Gerald N. Thorp of Cortland and Charles Thorp of Marathon; three daughters and a son-in-law, Donna and Edwin Burlarley of Ocala, Fla., Suzan Hansen of Kirkville, and Margaret Thorp of Virgil; one brother and sister-in-law, Junior and Cheryl Tucker of Georgetown; one sister, Ellen Stevens of Munnsville; 11 grandchildren; 12t great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Betty was predeceased by two brothers, Albert Tucker and Robert Tucker.
Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 30, 2004 at the J. Homer Ball Funeral Home, Inc., Canastota. The Rev. Robert A. Bromfield, of the Whitelaw Presbyterian Church, will officiate.
Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Canastota.
Calling hours will be held Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home, 201 James St., Canastota.

In her memory contributions may be made to the family, c/o Charles Thorp, 6367 Brewer Road, Kirkville, NY 13082, with envelopes available at the funeral home.
J. HOMER BALL FUNERAL HOME, INC.
Canastota
©The Oneida Daily Dispatch 2004

Betty married Nellis H. Thorp, son of Willard Thorp Sr. and Erma Southerden, on 2 Jul 1949 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY. Nellis was born on 19 Sep 1927 in North Syracuse, NY, died on 1 Oct 2003 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, and was buried on 6 Oct 2003 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Oneida Daily Dispatch, 2 Oct 2003, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 369 Nellis H. Thorp
10/03/2003

KIRKVILLE -- Nellis H. Thorp died Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2003 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse following a sudden heart attack. He was 76.

Mr. Thorp was born on Sept. 19, 1927 in North Syracuse, the son of Willard Sr. and Erma Southerden Thorp.

Mr. Thorp spent his early years in the Syracuse area and attended the Syracuse and Minoa Schools. He had lived in Kirkville since 1937, and spent the winter months in Silver Springs, Fla. since 1989.

He worked for Hutchings Psychiatric Center in Syracuse for 14 years, retiring in 1989.

Mr. Thorp married Betty J. Tucker on July 2, 1949 in Canastota.

He was a lifetime member of the Kirkville Volunteer Fire Department and a member of the Loyal Order of Moose #1199 in Silver Springs.

Surviving besides his wife are two sons, Gerald H. Thorp of Cortland and Charles Thorp of Marathon; three daughters and one son-in-law, Donna and Edwin Burlarley of Ocala, Fla., Suzan Hansen of Muskogee, Okla. and Margaret Thorp of Virgil; three brothers, George Thorp of Texas, Willard Thorp, Jr. of Camden, and Robert Thorp of Cazenovia; five sisters, Loretta Sturick of Minoa, Ruth Mothersell of Kirkville, Marion Delmater of West Monroe, Alice Hayes of Freemont and Mrs. Hubert (Wilma) Hayes of Constantia; and 11 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren as well as several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, Oct. 6, 2003 at 10:00 a.m. at the J. Homer Ball Funeral Home, Inc., Canastota.

The Rev. Robert A. Bromfield will officiate.

Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Canastota.

Calling hours will be held Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home, 201 James St., Canastota. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Kirkville Volunteer Fire Department, Kirkville Road, Kirkville, NY 13082 with envelopes available at the funeral home.

J. HOMER BALL FUNERAL HOME, INC.
Canastota
A Trust 100 Family Owned Funeral Home

©The Oneida Daily Dispatch 2003

Floyd next married Mable Miner, daughter of Herbert Miner and Edith Allen, on 19 Oct 1935 in Stockbridge, Madison Co, NY. Mable was born in 1905 in Brookfield, NY.

482. Earl Tucker was born in 1902 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.

Earl married Mildred Nellie Wright, daughter of Edwin Wright and Lena Orcutt. Mildred was born in 1905 in Town of Smithfield, Madison Co, NY, died on 2 Aug 1987, and was buried in Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Post-Standard, 4 Aug 1987, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. NewsBank InfoWeb
America's Obituaries & Death Notices

Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY)
August 4, 1987

MILDRED N. TUCKER

Edition: North Country
Section: Obit
Page: B2

Deceased Name: MILDRED N. TUCKER
Services for Mildred N. Tucker, 82, of RD3 Scenic Heights, Canastota, who died Sunday at Oneida City Hospital after a brief illness, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Barker-Burgess Funeral Home, Morrisville. Burial will be in the Peterboro Cemetery.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home on Cedar Street.

Mrs. Tucker was born in Peterboro. She was a Canastota resident since 1942. She was a member of the Peterboro United Methodist Church, the Peterboro Home Bureau and the Peterboro Thimble Club.

Surviving are a son, Harold of Peterboro; two daughters, Millicent Hayward of Oneida and Geraldine Reed of Munnsville; a sister, Marion Smith of Florida; four step-brothers, Cleon Wright of Bedford, Pa., Adrean Wright of West Berlin, N.J., Earl Wright of Scio and Charles Wright of Millville, N.J.; three stepsisters, Eleanor McDonald of Gillette, Wyo., Eunice Murphy of Austin, Texas, and Ethel Bennett of Canastota; her stepmother, Ethel Wright of Gillette, Wyo.; 12 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Contributions may be made to the Greater Lenox Ambulance Service, Canastota, or to the Morrisville Emergency Squad. Envelopes are available at the funeral home.

Copyright, 1987, The Herald Company
Record Number: 8708040170

   685 M    i. Harold Tucker was born on 22 Jan 1925.500

   686 F    ii. Millicent Tucker was born on 12 May 1933.501

485. Fred L. Tucker was born on 14 Mar 1908383 and died on 15 Jun 1950.

Fred married Glennis Doxtator on 4 Aug 1929 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY. Glennis was born on 23 Dec 1911 in Town of Fenner, Madison Co, NY and died on 2 Dec 2002 in North Bay, Madison County, NY.

• Residence: 2448 State Route 49, 1990-2002, North Bay, Madison County, NY.

• Education: Peterboro School and Swamp Schoolhouse, Peterboro, Town of Smithfield, Madison Co., NY.

• Occupation: employee of Oneida City Hospital, 1969-1973, Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

   687 M    i. Leon Tucker Sr. was born on 11 Jun 1930.502

   688 F    ii. Joyce Tucker was born on 8 Feb 1936.503

488. Graham S. Van Dusen was born in 1905 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.

Graham married Urba L. Twogood, daughter of Harry Arthur Twogood and R. Pearl Smith, on 9 Jun 1926 in Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY.504 Urba was born in 1906 in Town of Lincoln, Madison Co, NY.505

   689 M    i. Richard L. Van Dusen was born on 12 Feb 1928,506 died on 1 Dec 1995 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY, and was buried on 4 Dec 1995 in Canastota, Madison Co., NY.

• Obituary: Post-Standard, 4 Dec 1995, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 507 RICHARD L. VANDUSEN

Edition: Metro
Section: Obit
Page: B12
Dateline: CANASTOTA

Deceased Name: RICHARD L. VANDUSEN

Richard L. VanDusen, 67, of Oxbow Road died Friday at Oneida City Hospital.

Mr. VanDusen was a life resident of Clockville and attended Canastota schools. He owned and operated a dairy farm in Lincoln.

Surviving are his wife, the former Shirley Jones; a son, Richard L. II of Liverpool; three daughters, Barbara Jenkins of Canastota, Catherine Lichorat of Westfield and Ann Lasher of Clark Mills; four grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at J. Homer Ball Funeral Home, the Rev. William M. Wilcox officiating. Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Canastota.

Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 201 James St., Canastota.

Contributions may be made to the Greater Lenox Ambulance Service, P.O. Box 382, Canastota, 13022 or the American Heart Association, 120 Lomond Place, Utica 13502.

Copyright, 1995, The Herald Company
Record Number: 9512040075

Richard married Shirley Jones.

523. Fenton Judson Hood was born on 25 Jul 1930 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY and died on 22 Mar 2001 in Arvada, Colorado.

• Military Service: US Air Force, 1954. 99

• Residence: Fairview, Between 1950 and 1952, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

• Obituary: Denver Post, 3 Apr 2001, Denver, Colorado. 508 Fenton Judson Hood -- Hobby store owner, 70
Fenton Judson Hood of Arvada, retired owner of a hobby store and employee of Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph, died March 22. He was 70.
Services were March 27 at Peace Lutheran Church. There was cremation.
He was born on July 25, 1930, in Oneida, N.Y. He served in the Air Force.
On Feb. 14, 1953, he married Mary N. Neubauer in Denver.
He was a member of the Telephone Pioneers, Train Collectors of America, and Peace Lutheran Church.
He is survived by his wife; a son, Mick, Encampment, Wyo., a daughter, Cathy Marshall, Saddle River, N.J., a brother, Lawrence, Hamburg, N.Y.; a sister, Charma Woodworth, Oneida; and five grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to Peace Lutheran Church, 5675 Field St., Arvada, CO 80002.

Fenton married Mary Catherine Neubauer on 14 Feb 1953 in Denver, Colorado. Mary was born on 26 Feb 1932 in Saginaw, Michigan.

   690 M    i. Michael (Mick) Judson Hood was born in Denver, Colorado.

• Residence: Encampment, Wyoming, 3 Apr 2001.

Michael married Diana Lynn Geisler on 14 Sep 1991 in Denver, Colorado. Diana was born in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA.

   691 F    ii. Catherine Lee Hood was born in Denver, Colorado.

• Residence: Saddle River, NJ, 3 Apr 2001.

Catherine married Randy Lee Marshall on 4 Jun 1988 in Denver, Colorado. Randy was born in Denver, Colorado.

524. Lawrence Stanley Hood was born on 11 Feb 1938 in Oneida, Madison Co, NY.

• Education: Oneida High School.

• Education: College, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio.

• misc.: Student, Between 1957 and 1958, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99 City Directory listing.

• Residence: 1971-present, Hamburg, New York.

• Retirement: as principal of Hamburg Senior High School, 30 Jun 1998, Hamburg, New York. Tenure of 25 years.

Lawrence married Blanche Janice Fleming, daughter of George Edward Fleming and Claudine Ella Pleuss, on 26 Dec 1959 in Camillus, Onondaga, NY.509 Blanche was born on 23 Jun 1936 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• Wedding Announcement: Couple Wed in Camillus Ceremony, 26 Dec 1959, Camillus, Onondaga, NY. 510 Camillus Methodist Church.

• AKA: Jan.

• Education: Camillus High School, Camillus, Onondaga, NY.

• Education: Central City Business Institute, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

   692 F    i. Karen Elizabeth Hood was born in Camillus, Onondaga, NY.

Birth Notes: Born at home.

• Military: U.S. Army. Rank of Major.

Karen married Christopher Martin Neubecker on 10 Sep 1997 in Hamburg, New York. Christopher was born in Michigan.

• Married: St. Bernadette's Catholic church, 9 Sep 1997, Hamburg, New York.

• Military: U.S. Army. Rank of Captain.

   693 F    ii. Kristen Marie Hood was born in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Kristen married David Joseph Kozody on 24 Oct 1992 in Hamburg, New York. David was born in Medina, New York.

• Married: Wesleyan Church of Hamburg, 24 Oct 1992, Hamburg, New York.

   694 F    iii. Kimberly Anne Hood was born in Buffalo, New York.

Kimberly married Makoto Goto, son of Sanehisa Goto and Katsuko <Goto>, on 2 Oct 1999 in Hamburg, New York. Makoto was born in Kyoto, Japan.

• Married: United Church of Christ, 2 Oct 1999, Fairport, New Y9rk.

   695 F    iv. Kathe Lynn Hood was born in Buffalo, New York.

525. Charma Joy Hood .

• Occupation: student, 1960, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 99

Charma married Clifford Woodworth.

   696 F    i. Joy Woodworth .

   697 F    ii. Kimberly Woodworth .

Kimberly married Jeff Percival.

   698 F    iii. Lee (Leah) Woodworth .

526. Rev. Frank Leland Ingalls Jr. was born on 24 Mar 1930 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 21 Sep 1958 in Philadelphia, PA,439 and was buried in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Lot 242, section 12.

• AKA: Lee Ingalls.

• Graduation: Eastwood High School, Jun 1947, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• News Item: Hartwick College, 8 Nov 1947, Oneonta, NY. 511 Member of Student Christian Association

Celebrating Religious Emphasis Week

• News Item: Personally Speaking, 23 Mar 1950, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 512 Leland Ingalls, 1214 Glencove rd, a student at Hartwick College, Oneonta, is one of the members of the Hartwick College Concert choir, who are touring New York State and New England this week giving concerts in Poughkeepsie, Cambridge, Bridgeport and New Haven, Conn.

• Graduation: Hartwick College, 14 Jun 1951, Oneonta, NY.
Syracuse Herald Journal Thursday, June 14, 1951, p. 18
Syracuse, New York

F. Leland Ingalls, 1214 Glen
Cove rd., received his degree
from Hartwick College on Mon-
day. He was graduated with a
bachelor of arts degree in
psychology. Ingalls was grad-
uated from Eastwood High
School and is a member of the
preministerial association at
the college, the Lutheran Students
Association, the Concert Choir,
the Men's Glee Club, the Phi Mu
Alpha Music Sinfonia of America
and played varsity football.

• Graduation: Philadelphia Lutheran Theological Seminary, 14 May 1954, Philadelphia, PA.

• Ordination: Lutheran minister, 16 Jun 1954, Johnson City, NY. At the annual meeting of The Synod of New York and the New England States.

• News Item: Missionary to British Guiana, 30 Jun 1954, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 513
Post Standard Wednesday, June 30, 1954, p. 32
Syracuse, New York
Rev. F. L. Ingalls
To Be Missionary
To British Guiana
The Rev. F. Leland Ingalls, the first son of the Lutheran Church
of the Redeemer to enter the minstry, will be commissioned
as a foreigh missionary to British Guiana at commission-
ing service at the church, DeWitt St. and Mertens ave. to-
morrow night.
Mr. Ingalls was a graduate of Eastwood High School. He
received his B. A. degree from Hartwick College, Oneonta, and
graduated from the Lutheran Theological Seminary, German-
town, Pa. He was ordained June 15 at the 25th annual convention
of the United Lutheran Synold of New York and New England held
at Johnson City June 14-19.
Mrs. Ingalls, also a member of Redeemer Lutheran Church, and
the couple's son, Frank, will accompany Mr. Ingalls to British
Guiana. Mrs. Ingalls was trained in church work at Hartwick Col-
lege where she was graduated with a BA degree.
The Rev. Ralph W. Lowe, DD., pastor of Trinity Lutheran church,
Buffalo, representing the Board of Foreign Missions of the United
Lutheran Church in America, will conduct the commissioning serv-
ice. Rev. George E. Dietrich will preach the sermon.

• Occupation: Board of Foreign Missions worker, 13 Sep 1954, British Guiana. He was assigned to the West Coast Berbice Parish of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in British Guiana, living in Armadale, British Guiana. Lee, Marilyn and 9 month old Frank, arrived in Georgetown, British Guiana on Monday morning, September 13, 1954.

• News Item: In Home Church, 10 Aug 1957, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 513
Post Standard Saturday, August 10, 1957, p. 3
Syracuse, New York

Rev. F. L. Ingalls
In Home Church

The Rev. F. Leland Ingalls Jr., Lutheran missionary from British
Guiana, will preach in his home church, the Lutheran Church of
the Resurrection, 873 Dewitt St. at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow.
He is on furlough for a year, working towards his master's de-
gree at Temple University. Accompanying Mr. Ingalls are his
wife and two children, Frank Leland Ingalls, the third, and Di-
ana. Mrs. Ingalls is the former Marilyn Frey, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mathias A. Frey of Clay RD 1. Mr. Ingalls is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls Sr. of 1214 Glencove Rd. S.
Upon completion of their furlough, the Ingalls plan to return
to British Guiana.

• News Item: Returns to preach, 10 Aug 1957, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 513
Syracuse Herald Journal Saturday, August 10, 1957, p. 7

Missionary Returns to Preach
The Rev. F. Leland Ingalls, Jr., a Lutheran missionary
from British Guiana, will be guest preacher in his home
church, the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 873 DeWitt
St., on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
The Rev. Ingalls and family recently returned after having
spent three years as missionaries at Armadale, located on the
coast of British Guiana. While there he served 10 congregations
which were located at distances varying up to 30 miles apart.
He preached in each of them once a month and in addition
he conducted two church schools.
Some of the congregations had their own church buildings while
others used make-shift chapels, the average attendance being 50.
He is on a furlough for a year and will use that time to work
towards his master's degree at Temple University.
Accompanying the Rev. Ingalls are his wife and two chil-
dren, Frank and Diana. Mrs. Ingalls is the former Marilyn
Frey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mathias A. Frey of Shellman
Dr., Clay. The Ingalls were commissioned as missionaries at a
special service held in Resurrection Church over three years
ago.
Upon completion of their furlough, the Ingalls plan on re-
turning to British Guiana.
The Rev. Ingalls is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Leland In-
galls Sr., of 1214 Glencove Rd., S.

• News Item: RESURRECTION CHURCH, 10 Aug 1957, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 514
873 Dewitt St.
at Mertens Ave.
Rev. Edward Weikotten
Rev. F. Leland Ingalls, Jr.
Missionary from British Guiana
9:30 - The Service
9:30 - Church School

• News Item: Rev. F. Leland Ingalls, Preaching, 1 Feb 1958, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 515

• News Item: Lutheran Convention Held Here Friday, 16 Oct 1957, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 516
The annual fall convention of the Central Conference of United Lutheran Women of the Synod of New York and New England will be held at the Lutheran Church of the Atonement Friday.
The Rev. F. Leland Ingalls, Jr. , a former Syracusan, will be a guest speaker. The convention theme is "Thy Kingdom Come."

• Degree: Temple University, Jun 1958, Philadelphia, PA.

• Obituary: Syracuse Post Standard, 22 Sep 1958, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 517
The Rev. Frank Leland Ingalls, formerly of Syracuse, died
yesterday at Philadelphia, Pa. where he was home on leave
from his duties as vice president of the Lutheran Church
Body in British Guiana.
He was a graduate of Eastwood High School, Hartwick
College and Mt. Erie Seminary. He recently received a master's
degree from Temple University. He also served as a Lutheran
Missionary for three years in British Guiana.
He is survived by his wife, Marilyn Frey Ingalls, a son,
Frank Leland Ingalls III; two daughters, Diana Marie and
Gale Ann Ingalls; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leland In-
galls; two brothers, Douglas and Malcolm Ingalls; three sisters,
Mrs. Raymond Taylor and Misses Jerilyn and Anita Ingalls.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Lutheran
Church of the Resurrection, the Rev. Edward Weiskotten offi-
ciating. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Frasier
Funeral Home.

• Obituary: Syracuse Herald-Journal, 23 Sep 1958, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 518 INGALLS--Philadelphia, Pa. Sept. 21, 1958. REV. FRANK LELAND INGALLS, formerly of Syracuse. Survived by his wife, Marilyn Frey Ingalls; one son, Frank Leland III; two daughters, Dianna (sic) Marie and Gale Ann; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leland Ingalls; two brothers, Douglas and Malcolm; three sisters, Mrs. Raymond Taylor, and Miss Jerilyn and Anita Ingalls. Funeral services in the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection Thursday, 2 P.M. Rev. Dr. Loew of Buffalo officiating. Burial in Woodlawn. Friends may call at Frazier Funeral Home, 1217 North Salina Street, Tuesday 7 to 9 P.M., and Wednesday 2 to 4 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. The remains will lie in state at the church Thursday noon till time of service.

F. Leland married Marilyn Ann Frey, daughter of Mathias Abraham Frey and Anna M. Prehn, on 6 Sep 1952 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Marilyn was born on 28 Jul 1929 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• Marriage Ceremony: Resurrection Lutheran Church, 6 Sep 1952, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• Engagement: 27 Jan 1952, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 513
Syracuse Herald American
Sunday, January 27, 1952, p. 12
Syracuse, New York

Marilyn Frey,
F. L. Ingalls, Jr.
Are Engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Mathias A.
Frey, 703 Helen st., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Miss Marilyn Ann Frey, to
F. Leland Ingalls, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. F. Leland Ingalls,
Sr., 1214 Glencove rd., S.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of North High School and is a
senior at Hartwick College.
Ingalls was graduated from
Eastwood High School and Hart-
wick College. He is a student at
Lutheran Theological Seminary,
Philadelphia, Pa.

• Education: middle school, 1943-1944, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Located on Grant Boulevard.

• Education: North High School, 1944-January, 1947, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• Education: Syracuse University, 1947-1949, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Attended one and a half years. Studied home economics with interior design focus.

• Education: Central City Business School, 1949, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Studied typing, shorthand.

• Employment: secretary, 1949, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Esterbrook, Burns and Hancock Law firm.

• Student: Hartwick College, 29 May 1951, Oneonta, NY.
Syracuse Herald Journal Tuesday, May 29, 1951, p 6
Miss Marilyn Frey, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Frey,
703 Helen st., a student at Hart-
wick College, Oneonta, has re-
cently been elected secretary of
the Student Christian Associa-
tion at the collee. Miss Frey is
majoring in religion. She is a
member of the student senate.

• Graduation: Hartwick College, 1952, Oneonta, NY. Major, religion.

• Employment: secretary, 1952, Philadelphia, PA. Leeds & Nortrup.

• Employment: nursery school teacher, Philadelphia, PA. Nursery schook, Allen's Lane Art Center.

• Education: Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Studied early childhood education for certification purposes.

• Employment: Nursery School and Religous Education Director, Philadelphia, PA. Trinity Lutheran Church.

• Employment: Assistant Director, Philadelphia, PA. Elder Craftsmen.

• Employment: co-proprietor, Philadelphia, PA. Ingalls Fine Crafts and Art, 5519 Greene Street.

• resided: 409 Wellesley Road, 1957-2005, Philadelphia, PA.

• Moved: from Philadelphia, Pa, Apr 2005, Silver City, NM. from Philadelpha, Pa.

   699 M    i. Frank Leland Ingalls III was born in Philadelphia, PA.

   700 F    ii. Diana Marie Ingalls was born on 15 Jun 1955 in Georgetown, British Guiana, South America.

• Occupation: properietor of Leyba & Ingalls Arts Supplies and Gallery, Silver City, NM. Located at 217 N. Bullard Street.

• News Item: Silver City Life, Winter '04, Silver City, NM. 519
With a focus on art and a passion for helping young people and other artists, Diana Ingalls Leyba arrived in Silver City with a trunk load of fresh ideas and the patience and energy to initiate at least the first handful. Her latest effort, the Youth Mural Program, harnesses the energy and creativity of local youth groups, including at-risk teens, and the talent of local artists to generate murals appropriate to the history and culture of the community. The program received a kick-start with a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and has produced two exterior murals in Silver City and three more inside the hospital corridors of Ft. Bayard.
The print project initiated by Diana provides portfolios for area artists and raises money for the arts council. Twenty-five artists produce a total of 50 prints at five-year intervals.
Diana first visited Silver City at the invitation of singer Melanie Zipin, whom she had known in Philadelphia. "I saw a broad socio-economic base with lots of potential," she said, "and the light that is conducted through Silver City's dry, clean air to the artist's palette is amazing. It's good to wear more than one business hat in Silver City, thus the framing and art supplies that supplement the gallery." Diana and Bob, her husband of 27 years, moved the gallery and store from Texas Street to Bullard five years ago for increased walk-in traffic. "We're a good team," she claims, "which allows me to paint and organize projects."

DIANA Ingalls-Leyba
Location:
Leyba & Ingalls Arts
217 N. Bullard
Studio: 102 N. Texas
Relocated From:
Philadelphia, PA
Date Relocated: 1996
Community
Involvement:
Youth Mural Program,
Weekend at the Galleries,
Mimbres Region Arts Council and
Creative Journeys

Silver City Life, Winter '04, p. 14.

• News Item: Silver City Life, Winter 00/01, Silver City, NM.
Visual Arts Liaisons
Sandy Urban & Diana Ingalls Leyba
"The artists who talk to the artists...and make things happen" for the MRAC, are Sandy Urban and Diana Ingalls Leyba. Faye McCalmont, MRAC Director, says, "Through their volunteer work and rapport with the artists, they are able to accomplish wonderful things in the visual arts community."
Sandy also is responsible for the Senior Artreach Program, works with "The Public Hanging," and is hosting "The Paint Out." Diana originated the "Print Project" artist portfolio fund-raising endeavor.

• Misc: Paintings published, 2007, Cincinnati, Ohio. 520 Raven, acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 32" x 32", Diana Ingalls Leyba.
Painted Lady, Glazes, veiling with matte gels, and paper collage were combined with colored pencil to create this combination of abstraction and realism. (See techniques 31, 55, 88 and 89.) Acryclic and mixed media on canvas. 25" x 16". Diana Ingalls Leyba.

Diana married Frank Robert Leyba, son of Frank Ernest Leyba and Joan Florence Kinney, on 10 Jun 1977 in Stockbridge, Mass. Frank was born in Philadelphia, PA.

• AKA: Bob.

   701 F    iii. Gale Ann Ingalls was born in Philadelphia, PA.

Gale married Timothy Margerum on 3 Nov 1979 in Reno, NV.

528. Sharon Margot Ingalls was born on 17 Aug 1937 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 26 Jun 2000 in Oak Ridge, New Jersey, and was cremated in New Jersey.

Burial Notes: Ashes scattered

Sharon married Raymond Charles Taylor, son of Everett Taylor and Esther Byrd, on 28 Apr 1956 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Raymond was born on 14 Feb 1936.

• Marriage Ceremony: 28 Apr 1956, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Post Standard
Sunday, April 29, 1956, section __, p. 20

Church Reception
Follows Nuptials

The Evangelical Lutheran
Church of the Resurrection was
the setting for the 2 p.m. cere-
mony yesterday, uniting in mar-
raige Miss Sharon Margot In-
galls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
F. Leland Ingalls, of 1214 Glen-
cove Rd. S., to Raymond Charles
Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Taylor of W. Seneca
Tnpk., Onondaga Hill.
The bride was given in mar-
raige by her father and the Rev.
Edward Weiskotten officiated.
Miss A. Jane Heinley was maid
of honor and bridesmaids were
Miss Yvonne Rego and Miss
Faith E. Taylor. Colleen Taylor
was flower girl. Best man was
Charles Allen and ushers were
Jay Allen and Dale Travis.
A reception followed in the
church.
The bride is a graduate of East-
wood High School and is a mem-
ber of the Order of Rainbow for
Girls. Mr. Taylor is a graduate
of Onondaga Valley Academy
and associated with Order of De
Molay.

• Residence: 3989 Walrath Ontario Road, Walrath, NY.

   702 F    i. Brynda Shawn Taylor was born in Watertown, NY.

Brynda married Daniel Frances Flynn III on 14 Aug 1982. 

   703 F    ii. Bethany Rae Taylor was born in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Bethany married Stephen Gary Bennett, son of Jack Bennett and Betty E. <Bennett>, on 11 Oct 1986. 

Sharon next married Donald Welton

529. Malcolm Jeffrey Ingalls 443 was born in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

• News Item: The SCIENCE CLUB of Eastwood High, 1 Nov 1955, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 521 has its program well underway for the fall term.
....
Malcolm Ingalls, vice president.

• News Item: Civil Air Cadets Picked for School, 22 Jul 1956, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 522 The names of 20 young men from Syracuse
and vicinity, who will attend the Civil Air Patrol
Cadet Summer encampment at Mitchel Air
Force Base this summer have been announced
by Capt. Jarrett G. Meyer, local commandant
of Civil Air Patrol cadets. Those selected were ....Malcolm J. Ingalls ...

• Military Service: US Air Force, Biloxi, MS.

• Military Service: US Air Force, Thule, Greenland.

Malcolm married Mary Eleanor Romondo, daughter of John A. Romondo and Susanne Valentino, on 21 May 1960 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. Mary was born in Syracuse, New York.

   704 M    i. Jeffrey John Ingalls was born in Michigan.

• Graduation: US Air Force Academy.

• Military Service: US Air Force - Pentagon, Washington, DC.

• Retirement: Department of Air Force, National Reconnaissance Office, 2 Jul 2004, Chantilly, Virginia. 523 Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey J. Ingalls, Retirement Ceremony.

Jeffrey married Kelly Keim Sturtz on 24 Nov 1984 in Colorado Springs, CO.

   705 M    ii. Mark Lee Ingalls was born in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

Mark married Melissa Ellen Mennig on 1 Aug 1993 in Las Vegas, Nevada.524

• Marriage Ceremony: Las Vegas, Nevada. Name: Mark Lee Ingalls
Spouse: Melissa Ellen Mennig
Marriage Date: 1 Aug 1993
Marriage County: Clark
Officiant type: Religious celebrant
Recorded Date: 11 Aug 1993
Recorded county: Clark
Book: 811
Page: C457550
Instrument number: 92731

Mark next married Sue <Ingalls> on 16 Jun 2007 in Skaneateles, NY.

   706 M    iii. John Anthony Ingalls was born in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

John married Mary Knowland on 16 Dec 1994 in Central Square, Oswego Co., NY.

538. Karen Ingalls .

Karen married James Mortis.

   707 M    i. Bradley Mortis .

   708 M    ii. Randall Mortis .

   709 M    iii. Todd Mortis .

540. Barton W. Goux died on 8 Oct 1984.

Barton married Beverly George.

   710 M    i. Richard W Goux died on 23 Mar 1980.

543. Jane F. Stook was born on 27 Apr 1935 and died on 30 Nov 2002 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Obituary: Rome Daily Sentinel, 2 Dec 2002, Rome, Oneida Co., NY. 425
Jane F. Bellinger, 67, of Davis Road, Town of Floyd,
passed away Saturday, November 30, 2002 in Faxton
Hospital after a long illness. She was born April 27, 1935, a
daughter of Milton and Carmella Colasanti Stooks and was a
graduate of Rome Free Academy class of 1953.
Jane was united in marriage to Robert Bellinger on
November 14, 1962 in St. John the Baptist Church. She
retired from Griffiss Air Force Base in 1990 after 32 years of
employment. She was a communicant of St. John the
Baptist Church, a member of the Rosewood Twigs,
volunteering at the Rome Memorial Hospital, and was an
avid bowler.
Surviving, besides her husband, Robert, is a daughter,
Sandra Bellinger, Arlington, Va.; two sons and daughters-
in-law, James and Amelia Bellinger, Middletown, Calif.,
and Douglas and Megan Bellinger, Brockport; three sisters
and brothers-in-law, Edna and Richard Winner, San
Antonio, Texas, Norman Chapman, Clovis, N.M., and Carol
Goldman, Rome; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Robert
and Patricia Stooks, Va., three grandchildren, Mark, Lauren
and Jenna Bellinger; two step-grandchildren, James Garcia
and Moses Miranda; two life long friends, Angela McCabe
and Carol Ceci. She was predeceased by a son, Michael M.
Bellinger.
Funeral services will be Thursday at 9:45 a.m. from the
Barry Funeral Home, 807 W. Chestnut St., and at 10:30 a.m.
from St. John the Baptist Church. Interment will be in St.
John's Cemetery.
Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home on
Wednesday 5-7 p.m.

Jane married Robert Bellinger on 14 Nov 1962 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Marriage Ceremony: St.John the Baptist Church, 14 Nov 1962.

   711 F    i. Sandra Bellinger .

   712 M    ii. James Bellinger .

   713 M    iii. Douglas Bellinger .

   714 M    iv. Michael M. Bellinger .

549. Raymond Victor Ingalls was born on 2 Jul 1928 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, died on 11 Jul 2005 in Fort Worth, TX, and was buried on 15 Jul 2005 in Fort Worth, TX.

• Obituary: Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 17 Jul 2005, Fort Worth, TX. 525 Deceased Name: Ray Victor Ingalls
KENNEDALE - Ray Victor "Pappy" Ingalls, 77, a retired self-employed trucker and most recently a retired security guard, passed away Monday, July 11, 2005, in Fort Worth.
Funeral: Service and burial were Friday in Laurel Land Memorial Park in Fort Worth.
Ray was born July 2, 1928, in Syracuse, N.Y. He was preceded in death by a son, Raymond Victor Ingalls Jr., in 1995.
Guardian Funeral Home
5704 James Ave., (817) 293-8477

Raymond married Carolyn Stoodley, daughter of Stoodley and Bertha <Stoodley>.

   715 M    i. Randy Ingalls .

   716 M    ii. Raymond Victor Ingalls Jr. was born on 4 Jul 1951 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY, died on 7 Jun 1992 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY,369 and was buried on 9 Jun 1992 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

Burial Notes: Lot No. 5, Section U

• Obituary: 8 Jun 1992, Oneida, Madison Co, NY. 526 Raymond V. Ingalls
ONEIDA--Raymond V. Ingalls, 40, formerly of Hotel Oneida Apart-
ments, 181 Main St., died Sunday morning, June 7, 1992, in St. Joseph's
Hospital, Syracuse, where he had been a patient, after a lengthy illness.
He was born July 4, 1951, in Rome and was educated in area schools.
He was a member of the Verona Seventh Day Baptist Church.
Surviving are his mother, Carolyn Stoodley Ingalls of Verona; a son,
Darryl Ingalls of Arlington, VA.; his grandmothers, Bertha Stoodley of
Verona and Reta Ingalls of Rome; two brothers, Randy Ingalls of Oneida
and Patrick Ingalls of Verona; one sister, Mrs. Michael (Susan) Mokry of
Thornton, Colo.; and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
(See Death Notice)

Ingalls
Raymond V. Ingalls, 40, formerly
of 181 Main St., Oneida, on Sunday,
June 7, 1992. Funeral services will
be held 11 a.m. Tuesday from the
Seventh Day Baptist Church,
Blackmans Corners Road,
Churchville (town of Verona), with
the Revs. Steven James, Roy McIn-
tosh and Russell Johnson officiat-
ing. Interment will be made in
Rome Cemetery. Friends may call
at the Campbell-Dean Funeral
Home Inc., 260 Main St., Oneida, 7-
9 p.m. Monday. Contributions, as
an expression of sympathy in his
memory, may be made to the
Dialysis Home Unit of St. Joseph's
Hospital. Envelopes for this fund
may be obtained at the funeral
home.

Oneida Daily Dispatch
June 8, 1992

   717 M    iii. Patrick Ingalls .

• Residence: Vernon, Village, Oneida, New York.

   718 F    iv. Susan Ingalls .

Susan married Michael Mokry.

• Residence: Thornton, Colo.

   719 F    v. Barbara J. Ingalls was born in 1957 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY, died on 7 Apr 1970 in Verona, Oneida County, NY, and was buried on 11 Apr 1970 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY.

• Obituary: Post-Standard, 9 Apr 1970, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY. 527
MISS BARBARA INGALLS
VERONA--Miss Barbara
J. Ingalls, 13, of 5630 Sunwood
Lane, died Tuesday at Oneida
City Hospital after a long ill-
ness.
She was born in Rome and
had lived in Verona two years.
She was a seventh grade
pupil at Vernon-Verona-Sher-
rill School. She was a member
of the First United Methodist
Church and the Girl Scouts.
She is survived by her moth-
er, Mrs. Carolyn Stoodley In-
galls; three brothers, Ray-
mond, Randall and Patrick In-
galls; a sister, Miss Susan In-
galls; her maternal grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Stoodley Sr. of Verona; a ma-
ternal great-grandmother,
Mrs. Martha Jackson of Wa-
tertown; a paternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Reta Ingalls of
Rome; and several aunts and
uncles.
Services will be at 10 a.m.
Saturday at the Campbell-
Dean Funeral Home; 260 Main
St., Oneida. Burial will be in
Rome Cemetery.
Calling hours will be 7 to 9
p.m. Thursday and 3 to 5 and 7
to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral
home.

550. Jessie Ingalls .

Jessie married Raymond H. Fiorini. Raymond was born on 7 Sep 1933 and died in Dec 1988.

   720 M    i. Raymond H. Fiorini Jr.

556. Peggy Yorton .

• Residence: 26 Jan 2004, Verona, Oneida County, NY.

Peggy married Hoke.

   721 M    i. Peter Hoke .

   722 F    ii. Lydia Hoke .

• Residence: Hyde Park, 26 Jan 2004.

Lydia married Robert R. Reining.

Peggy next married Muggle.

561. Hugh D. Mathers was born circa 1921 and died on 11 Jun 1960 in Lewis & Clark Co, MT.

Hugh married unknown.

   723 F    i. Penni Mathers .

563. Monica Mathers .

Monica married Grant Bowerman.

Monica next married Unknown Miller.

   724 F    i. Mary Lou Miller .

564. Ruth Mae Kalar was born on 19 Jul 1913 in St. Edwards, NE.

Ruth married Arthur Peter Overgard on 15 Sep 1934. Arthur died on 15 Jan 1987 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa.

   725 M    i. Richard Gordon Overgard.

   726 F    ii. Joyce Jean Overgard.

   727 F    iii. Judy Kay Overgard .

567. Leo Eugene Gordon was born on 6 Jun 1910 in Wisconsin Rapids, WI and died on 6 Jun 1940 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

Leo married Catherine Ann Hilbert on 10 Nov 1931 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Catherine was born on 12 Jun 1910.

   728 M    i. Richard Gordon was born on 21 Jul 1932.

   729 F    ii. Josephine Ann Gordon was born on 15 Oct 1933 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin and died on 5 Jan 1994 in Fort Atkinson, WI.

Josephine married Charlie Devoy.

Josephine married 2nd Unknown.

Josephine next married Orie Bundick in Fort Atkinson, WI.

   730 M    iii. John Gordon was born on 20 Mar 1936 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

John married Florence G. Kreuziger Aril 14, 1956 in Watertown, Waukesha Co, Wisconsin. Florence was born on 28 Aug 1937 in Watertown, Waukesha Co, Wisconsin.

574. Gladys Blanche Gordon was born on 29 Nov 1900 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 16 Apr 1999 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

Gladys married Garold Albert Thalacker, son of Adelbert Thalacker and Rosetta Springer, on 18 Apr 1925 in Stillwater, Minnesota. Garold was born on 11 Jan 1899 in Caryville, Dunn Co, WI and died on 29 Apr 1958 in Fargo, North Dakota.

   731 M    i. Gerald Royce Thalacker was born on 31 May 1926 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 27 Feb 2002 in Spooner, Wisconsin.

Gerald married Laura L. Messerschmidt on 11 Jan 1948 in Fall Creek, Eau Claire Co, WI. Laura was born on 27 Jan 1927 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

   732 M    ii. Gene Chadwick Thalacker was born on 12 Dec 1927 in Dixon, Kentucky and died on 30 May 1992 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

   733 M    iii. Gail Arlen Thalacker was born on 27 Aug 1929 in Rice Lake, Wisconsin and died on 17 Feb 1965 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Gail married Carol Goshinka, daughter of Raymond Goshinka and Esther Merkins, on 5 May 1956 in Ada, Minnesota. Carol was born on 24 May 1934 in Hillsboro, North Dakota and died on 12 Mar 1972 in Omaha, Nebraska.

   734 F    iv. Sharon June Thalacker was born on 1 Jun 1931 in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.

Sharon married Melvin Peterson on 30 Oct 1954 in Shelly, Minnesota. Melvin was born on 18 Apr 1915 in Halstad, Minnesota and died in 1996 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

   735 M    v. James Durwood Thalacker was born on 20 Apr 1933 in Thornapple Township, Rusk Co, WI.

James married Ailsa Macdonald, daughter of Duncan Macdonald and Dorothy Ellis, on 31 Aug 1963 in East Devonport, Tasmania, Australia. Ailsa was born in Glasgow, Scotland.

   736 F    vi. Mary Bobette Thalacker was born on 11 Nov 1934 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

Mary married Eugene Melvin Dehlin on 5 Mar 1955 in Luverne, Minnesota. Eugene was born on 7 Nov 1932 in Graceville, Minnesota.

   737 M    vii. Bruce Reginald Thalacker was born on 25 Jul 1939 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

   738 M    viii. Kent Patrick Thalacker was born on 10 Dec 1940 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Kent married Janice Laske on 22 Jun 1968 in Graceville, Minnesota. Janice was born on 24 Jun 1944 in Fargo, North Dakota.

   739 F    ix. Bonnie Ellen Thalacker was born on 18 Dec 1942 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Bonnie married Jerome Kalal on 15 Jun 1968 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin. Jerome was born on 13 Jun 1943 in Bloomer, Wisconsin.

Bonnie next married Stanley Joseph Mitchell on 19 May 1973 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Stanley was born on 16 May 1938 in Philadelphia, PA and died on 6 Apr 2003 in Port Orchard, Washington.

   740 M    x. Neil Arthur Thalacker was born in Ada, Norman Co, MN.

575. Donald Mack Gordon was born on 10 May 1902 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 8 Dec 1991 in Waukesha, Waukesha Co, WI.

Donald married Olga Emma Heine, daughter of William Heine and Martha Penshorn, October 17, 2917 in Waukegan, Illinois. Olga was born on 24 Jan 1904 in Wonewoc, Wisconsin and died on 27 Oct 1991 in Waukesha, Waukesha Co, WI.

   741 M    i. Royal Mack Gordon was born on 2 Jan 1931 in Milwaukee, WI.

Royal married Mariko Komatsu, daughter of Onotaro Komatsu and Tuneno Doi, on 16 Dec 1955 in Osaka, Japan. Mariko was born on 28 Mar 1935 in Hashikami-umua, Hatagun, Shikoku, Japan.

• Marriage Ceremony: U. S. Consulate.

576. John Parker Gordon was born on 14 Aug 1904 in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 25 Oct 1987 in Indianapolis, Marion Co, IN.

John married Marie Lucille Gillis, daughter of Archibald Gillis and Annie Hubbard, circa 1937 in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Marie was born on 20 May 1908 in Wausaukee, Wisconsin and died circa 1974 in Oconto Falls, Wisconsin.

   742 M    i. Duane Marvin Gordon was born on 2 Dec 1941 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Duane married Dorothy Mae Reichter.

577. George Brice Gordon was born on 13 Sep 1906 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 10 Sep 1987 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

George married Cienwen Prothero on 6 Jul 1945 in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales. Cienwen was born on 15 Mar 1912 in Caerphilhy, Glamagen, Wales and died in Jul 1951 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

   743 M    i. Gareth Prothero Gordon was born in 1947 in Fall Creek, Eau Claire Co, WI.

   744 M    ii. Garvin Prothero Gordon was born in Jun 1951.

578. Royal Lee Gordon was born on 10 Nov 1908 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 23 May 1998 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT.

Royal married May Duvall in 1937 in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. May was born in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.

   745 M    i. Donald Harry Gordon was born on 12 May 1939 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Donald married Noradene Else Rose on 21 Mar 1966 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT. Noradene was born on 23 Jul 1934 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT and died on 20 Aug 2003 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT.

   746 F    ii. Colleen Mae Gordon was born on 25 Jul 1940 in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.

Colleen married James Waddington on 26 Dec 1958 in Kelso, Cowlitz Co, WA.

   747 M    iii. Michael Lee Gordon was born on 31 Jul 1941 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

Michael married Christine Gress in 1975 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT.

   748 M    iv. Richard Dean Gordon was born on 8 Sep 1944 in Baldwin, Wisconsin.

Richard married Coleen Golonka in 1976 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT. Coleen was born on 19 Jul 1953 in Conrad, Montana.

Royal next married Gladys Lucille Barbour on 12 Jul 1969 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT. Gladys was born on 18 Jun 1912 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

580. Robert Henry Gordon was born on 28 Apr 1913 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 10 Nov 2001 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Robert married Maria Henrika Wilhelmina Meyer on 28 Dec 1941 in Sheldon, Clark Co, WI. Maria was born on 18 May 1917 in George, Iowa.

   749 M    i. Milo Robert Gordon was born on 15 Jul 1943 in Milwaukee, WI.

Milo married Patricia Ihle on 14 Oct 1995 in Wausau, Wisonsin. Patricia was born in 1943.

   750 M    ii. James Henry Gordon was born on 20 Aug 1945 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

James married Barbara Lynn Martin on 21 Oct 1967 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI. Barbara was born on 20 Jul 1947 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

   751 F    iii. Linda Marie Gordon was born on 15 Jul 1947 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Linda married Robert Moen.

Linda next married Helmer Utphall on 18 Dec 1968 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Linda next married Dr. William Rogers in Jan 1975 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

   752 M    iv. Larry Allen Gordon was born in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Larry married Minerva Diaz on 19 Aug 1981 in Milwaukee, WI. Minerva was born circa 1958.

   753 F    v. Lorrie Ann Gordon was born on 5 Jan 1956 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co, WI.

Lorrie married Jeffrey Kozak on 4 Jul 1978.

Lorrie next married Martin Douglas Watson on 16 Sep 1997 in Lynwood, Snohomish Co, WA. Martin was born in North Bend, Coos Co, OR.

581. Thomas Warren Gordon was born on 26 Sep 1916 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 23 Apr 2000 in Sequim, WA.

Thomas married Renata Rink, daughter of Edward Rink and Unknown, on 14 Feb 1984 in Marshfield, Wisconsin. Renata was born on 25 May 1919 in Marshfield, Wisconsin and died on 15 May 1988 in Sequim, WA.

   754 F    i. Gail Meredith Gordon was born in Kelso, Cowlitz Co, WA.

582. Helen Edna Gordon was born on 22 Mar 1919 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin.

Helen married Theodore Cronick on 22 Mar 1919 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin. Theodore was born on 7 Jan 1909 in Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 27 Aug 1968 in Valley Junction, Monroe Co, WI.

   755 F    i. Francis Cronick was born in Bloomer Chippewa Co, WI.

Francis married Arthur R. Baldwin, son of Lloyd Baldwin and Peggy Cripps, on 12 Sep 1964 in Tomah, Monroe Co, Wisconsin. Arthur was born on 24 Jul 1938 in Independence, Wisconsin.

   756 M    ii. Jeffrey John Cronick was in Sparta, Monroe Co, WI.

Jeffrey married Karen Ann Greeno, daughter of Lewis Greeno and Alverna <Greeno>.

Jeffrey next married Sally Henderson.

   757 F    iii. Kathleen Cronick.

Kathleen married Milo Lamb Jr.

   758 F    iv. Jean Cronick.

585. Richard Kendrick Gordon was born on 20 May 1922 in Chetek, Barron Co, Wisconsin and died on 7 Feb 1998 in Whitefish, Flathead Co, MT.

Richard married Margaret Ann Sorger on 23 Sep 1958 in Waukesha, Waukesha Co, WI. Margaret was born on 26 Nov 1935 in Waukesha, Waukesha Co, WI.

   759 F    i. Kathleen Ann Gordon was born in Milwaukee, WI.

   760 F    ii. Laura Lynn Gordon was born in Waukesha, Waukesha Co, WI and died on 29 Nov 1980 in Kalispell, Flathead Co, MT.

   761 M    iii. Tom Scott Gordon was born in Waukesha, Waukesha Co, WI.

Tom married Sylvia Hogue.

   762 F    iv. Barbara Rose Gordon was born in Waukesha, Waukesha Co, WI.

Barbara married Jeffrey Conners. Jeffrey was born in Great Falls, Montana.

   763 M    v. Jack Michael Gordon was born in Waukesha, Waukesha Co, WI.

Jack married Karri Marie Kullberg.

586. Nellie Sanderson was born in 1903 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died in King, Wisconsin.

Nellie married Howard Veness. Howard died in King, Wisconsin.

Death Notes: Died in veterans home.

   764 M    i. Percy Veness .

Percy married Evelyn Eddy.

Nellie next married Floyd Jewell.

587. George Sanderson was born in 1906 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

George married Ione Peterson.

   765 F    i. Betty Sanderson .

Betty married Eddy Byrd.

Betty next married Everett Siemund.

589. Walter Sanderson was born in 1911 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Walter married Ivy Dietrich.

   766 M    i. William Sanderson .

   767 M    ii. Rodney Sanderson .

   768 M    iii. David Sanderson .

591. Horace Sanderson was born on 24 Jul 1914 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin and died on 20 Dec 1986 in Madera, California.

Horace married Dorothy Prill in Ladysmith, WI. Dorothy was born on 19 Jan 1921 and died on 20 Dec 1986 in Madera, California.

   769 F    i. Janice Sanderson was born in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Janice married Richard Morgan.

   770 F    ii. Virginia Sanderson was born in Ladysmith, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Virginia married James Gudis.

Virginia next married Dallas Prosser.

   771 M    iii. Arthur Sanderson.

592. Earl Sanderson was born in 1918 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Earl married Eleanor Sims.

   772 M    i. Thomas Sanderson .

   773 M    ii. Robert Sanderson .

   774 M    iii. Vernon Sanderson .

   775 M    iv. Michael Sanderson .

   776 F    v. Patricia Sanderson .

593. Cecil Sanderson was born in Nov 1919 in Murry Twp, Rusk Co, Wisconsin.

Cecil married Mary Valenta.

   777 M    i. Donald Sanderson .

595. Sophia Franson was born in 1906 in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI.

Sophia married Archie Galien in 1922 in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI. Archie was born circa 1901 in Wisconsin.

   778 M    i. Ruland Galien was born in 1923.

   779 M    ii. Buford Galien was born in 1924.

   780 F    iii. Jeanice Galien was born in 1926.

596. Elaine Franson was born circa 1910 and died in California.

Elaine married unknown Nicholet.

   781 F    i. Susan Nicholet .

   782 F    ii. 2nd Daughter Nicholet .

597. Noma Franson was born before 1910.

Noma married Robert Good.

   783 M    i. Harry Good .

603. Irene Gordon was born in 1923.

Irene married Donald Hershey.

   784 M    i. Benjamin Hershey .

   785 M    ii. Daniel Hershey .

   786 M    iii. 3rd Son Hershey .

604. Erwin Gordon was born in 1924.

Erwin married Josephine Stuffel.

   787 M    i. Gary Gordon .

   788 F    ii. Sandra Gordon .

   789 F    iii. Susan Gordon .

   790 M    iv. 2nd Son Gordon .

608. Janet Gordon .

Janet married Joseph Leonard.

   791 F    i. Susan Leonard .

609. Lynn Gordon .

Lynn married Peggy <Gordon>.

   792 M    i. Art Gordon .

   793 M    ii. Gary Gordon .

610. Marcy Gordon was born circa 1921 and died circa 1994.

Marcy married unknown Slater.

   794 F    i. Patricia Slater .

   795 F    ii. Rosalie Slater .

   796 M    iii. James Slater .

613. Rosella Gordon was born on 23 Dec 1925 in Exeland, Sawyer Co, WI and died on 28 Dec 1983 in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.

Rosella married Russel Applebee.

   797 M    i. Michael Applebee .

   798 M    ii. Bradley Applebee .

   799 M    iii. Rodney Applebee .

   800 F    iv. Kathryn Applebee .

   801 F    v. Kristine Applebee .


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