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Rome Sentinel, Thursday 28 June 1883
Verona, June 28 - Miss Jane E. Abell
Tuesday morning at 2 o'clock, aged 41 years and seven days. Miss
Abell was well known in Verona and surrounding places as a successful school
teacher, having taught 35 terms of school. She was a member of the
M.E. Church and Sunday school, and will be greatly missed by that church.
The funeral will be held to-day at 2 o'clock p.m. at the residence of her
stepfather, John Belshaw.
Rome Daily Sentinel, Friday 29 June
Verona, June 29 - The funeral of Miss
Jane Abell was held at the residence of her parents yesterday at 2 o'clock
p.m. The deceased was born near Sconondoa, in this town, June 19,
1842. Her father died when she was two years old. Her mother married John
Belshaw, with whom she has resided. She leaves an aged grandmother,
in her 98th year. Miss Abell had always followed the occupation of
school teacher and was an active member of the M.E. Church, greatly respected
by all. Rev. Joseph Baird conducted the services.
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Sarah M. Wooley
Rome Sentinel-August 9, 1915
Mrs. Sarah M. Alvord died at 9:30 o'clock
last night at the home of Miss Arvie McDonald of this village, in her 71st
year. Her home was in the town of Annsville, but she had been at
the home of Miss McDonald for a couple of weeks. She was born June
29, 1845, in Camden, and was a daughter of John and Saphrona Rowell Wooley.
Practically all her life had been spent in Camden and Annsville.
June 2, 1870 she was married to John Alvord, who died nine years ago.
Surviving are two sons, Burdette Alvord of Rome and Fay Alvord of Syracuse,
a daughter, Mrs. Aaron Waterman of Annsville and a sister, Mrs. P. R. Teachout
of Camden. The funeral will be held Wednesday at the undertaking
parlors of Sanborn and burial will be in Forest Park Cemetery.
HENRY CO ILLINOIS, FEB 19, 1880 OBITUARY:
"Royce Allen died at his residence in Munson,
on Sunday morning, February 18, 1880. He had been ailing for some
months, failing gradually until at last quietly and peacefully his life
passed away. He was born in Camden, Oneida Co, NY in 1817; came to
Peoria County, New York in 1843; was married to a daughter of Eli Wilson
in 1846; and settled in Henry Co in 1852. Since that time his house
has been a sort of central landmark in the town of Munson - a home of unostenation,
but generous hospitality. Many, indeed, are they who have been welcomed
by Mr & Mrs. Allen to their social board and family circle; and many
were the acquaintanceships an friendships formed by our departed brother,
during his twenty-seven years residence in our county. This high esteem
and warm personal friendship was well represented by the gathering at the
funeral ceremonies, under circumstances of unusual difficulty. It
was truly interesting to witness the grave and tender expression on the
face of those who in the long procession took their last look on the sleeping
Royce Allen was a quiet, unassuming man,
somewhat reticent, but of even and cheerful temperament. He was a
man of active intellect, quite interested in his early life in scientific
and physiological subjects, both a reader and thinker. More than
this, his mind was ever open to the discovery of new truth and the highway
of progress. Human rights were sacred in his sight
and no sacrifice or labor were shunned by
him in their defense. He believe in equality and liberty as the common
God-given heritage of all, without regard to birth, or sex, or color.
He was also progressive in his religious views and spiritual development.
Diligent and active in business, frank and generous in social life, faithful
and true in the duties and responsibilities of a citizen, he was through
all and above all an earnest seeker after spiritual knowledge and attainment.
Casting aside many old dogmas, her rejoiced in new views of life, death,
and the future. Broadly and cheerfully tolerant, he traversed
all the walks of life, but held firmly to his bright and beautiful faith
until his peaceful passage through the gate that leads to the summer land.
Many are the friends who will join in this tribute, and tenderly will they
join in our expression of sympathy with the bereaved wife and children.
Doubtless they fell and mourn his loss, but rejoice in touching and tender
memories of husband and father. A plain man, but true and genuine,
a man of character, his memory is a legacy to all who knew him. Especially
may his example be strong in moulding the life and character of young men.
Rome Sentinel-August 12, 1935
Camden - Aug. 12 - Eugene M. Alvord, 79,
died suddenly Sunday, of a heart attack while on the porch of the home
of Dr. H. W. Bell to whom he had been taken by his son Herbert, for treatment
for an attack of acute indigestion. Mr. & Mrs. Alvord observed
their golden wedding anniversary a week ago. He was born in the town
of Camden, Nov. 3, 1855, son of Henry and Nancy Salisbury Alvord and married
Miss Pauline Reinhardt, North Bay, Aug.4, 1885. He had always resided
in this vicinity and for the last 15 years at 84 Third St. Mr. Alvord
was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Besides his wife,
he is survived by three children, Herbert at home, Mrs. Henry Loopman,
Mohawk, and Mrs. H. B. Cross, Rome, three grandchildren, Pearl and Henry
Loopman Jr., Mohawk, and Robert Sullivan Jr., Utica. Funeral services
will be held at his late home, 84 Third St., on Wednesday at 2 pm.
Burial in charge of Sanborns will be made in McConnellsville Cemetery.
Frozen to Death--THE ROME CITIZEN of 3 January,
Levi Anderson, an old resident of Rome was
found in the woods, on Sunday last, near Kent town, where he had been chopping
the previous day. It was supposed that he was at some of the neighbors
on Saturday night, and the search did not, therefore, commence until Sunday.
Coroner Van Vleck held an inquest. Liquor, we are informed, had something
to do with the matter.
Utica Daily Press March 24, 1906 page 5
Sarah Street, widow of George J. Anstey, died
at her home, No. 222 Neilson Street at 10:20 last night. She
sustained a stroke of paralysis last June, but recovered so that she was
quite comfortable. At an early hour yesterday morning, she had another
stroke and soon became unconscious and sank rapidly. Her death was
easy and painless. Mrs. Anstey was born in Somersetshire, England,
May 26, 1830, and, was a daughter of John and Mary Hutchinson Street.
Her father was a corporal to Wellington's army and fought at Waterloo.
He was in the army for twenty-eight years, and had a medal for bravery
which he had received from Queen Victoria. His daughter Sarah was
married at Handley, in Dorsetshire, July 5, 1850, to George J. Anstey,
the ceremony being performed by Rev. Arthur Anstey. The day after
the wedding the couple started for America and came to this section.
They lived for a short time at Marcy and later on Steele's Hill, but most
of their lives was spent in this city.
Mr. Anstey was foreman of Warnick
& Brown's Tobacco factory for sixteen years, during which time he lived
on Hotel Street. He died April 30, 1888. Mrs. Anstey was a
member of the Church of England and in this city she attended Calvary Church
for many years. Of late she has attended Immanuel Baptist Church,
as she was advanced in years and it was nearer her home. Mrs. Anstey
was greatly devoted to her home and family and wa one of the best of mothers.
Her whole life was lived for her children and she was always planning and
contriving to see what she could do for her children and grandchildren.
She was of cheerful disposition and a most interesting conversationalist.
She was a good neighbor and friend, and her long life was one of usefulness.
She will be much missed, especially in the home circle. Her surbiving
children are William and Arthur of Utica, Charles A. of Aranac, Mich.,
Mrs. James Browning of Clinton, Mrs. Mary Peacock and Miss Rose Anstey
of Utica. Of grandchildren she leaves nine. Karen
Abbe, G. Fred
Utica Observer Dispatch
October 22, 1941
Rome - G. Fred Abbe, 72, organizer and for
22 years superintendent of the Methodist Sunday School in Stanwix, died
Oct. 21, 1941, in his home on the Rome-Oriskany Road.
He was born in the town of Rome, son of George
H. and Jennie Parsons Abbe. He married Maude Bellinger of Stanwix 37 years
ago in a ceremony performed by the Rev. Charles G. Soule.
Mr. Abbe was a member of the First Methodist
Church of Rome, a member of the official board of that church and the Philathea
Class. He organized the Stanwix Sunday School and retired as superintendent
there about eight years ago. He was a farmer.
Surviving are Mrs. Abbe, four daughters,
Mrs. Neal Gochee and Mrs. Charles Olvier Rudd, Rome, Mrs. James Pardee,
at home, and Miss Muriel Abbe, a student nurse at Crouse Irving Hospital,
Syracuse; four sons, George Henry, Rome, Frederick S., Oriskany, and Russell
R. and Frank D. Abbe, at home; three sisters, Mrs. Ray Lehr, Rome-Oriskany
Road, Mrs. William Graes, Westmoreland, and Mrs. Henry Nash, Stanwix, and
The funeral will be Friday from the Griffin
& Aldrich Funeral Home, with burial in Stanwix Cemetery.
April 23, 1929
Lee Center- - Jacob Abbuhl passed away suddenly
this morning at his home in this village. He went down the cellar to attend
to the furnace, and remaining away so long the family went downstairs and
found him lying unconscious on the cellar floor. A physician was summoned
but he was dead before he arrived.
Mr. Abbuhl was born in Canton Berne, Switzerland,
in 1859. He came to this country about 50 years ago, where he followed
the occupation of farming until a few years ago when he sold his farm and
moved to the village, since which he was employed at the Olney and Floyd
Canning plant. He was united in marriage to Miss Susan Krebs, daughter
of the late Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Krebs in October, 1891. Mrs Abbuhl passed
away twenty or more years ago.
He is survived by four children, Edith, Ernest,
and Howard at home, and Mrs. Bertha Fuez of Schencetady; also a brother
Mr. Abbuhl was a quiet, unasumable, home-loving
man, who had made many friends who will be saddened to hear of his death.
Much sympathy is extended to the family in their sudden bereavement.
Lee Center, April 27. - Funeral services
for Jacob Abbuhl were held at the Lee Center Methodist Church at 2 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, Rev. Edward Wood officiated. Charles Lloydn sang two
hymns. Clarence J. Cook played several selections on the piano and accompanied
Mr. Lloyd. The bearers were: Lewis Hartson, Edward Rudd, Edward Swancott,
Samuel Kappler, Charles Morat, Robert Shear, all of Lee Center. There were
many floral tributes, including a large wreath from the community: pillow
from Olney & Floyd employees: wreath from Northern New York Utillities:
wreath from the neighbors of Honey Hill; and from friends and relatives.
Interment was made in Evergreen Cemetery. The Lee Center Union Free School
was closed during the service as a tribute of respect to Mr. Abbuhl. Friends
and relatives from Schenectady; Rome and other places attended the service.
Abbuhl, Julia A. Richmond
Dec. 3 - (no year noted)
Delta, The death of Mrs. David Abbuhl occurred
at her home in this place at 11:15 o'clock on Monday night. Her maiden
name was Julia A. Richmond. She was a daughter of Mr. & Mrs, James
Richmond of Canterbury Hill and was born in this place on Oct. 1, 1882.
She was married to Mr. Abbuhl at the home of her parents on Jan. 17,1907
by Rev. D.R.Smith of Lee Center. She had resided in Delta since April last.
Besides her husband and an infant son two weeks old, she is survived by
her parents. She was the only child of Mr. & Mrs. Richmond. Prior to
her marriage she was employed as a bookkeeper in the store of E. E. Miles
in Rome and also had attended the Rome Free Academy. She attended the Liberty
Street M.E. Church in Rome. Mrs. Abbuhl had a large circle of friends who
will be grieved to learn of her death. The funeral will be held from the
home of her parents at Canterbury Hill at 1 o'clock on Friday afternoon.
Abbuhl, Susan Krebs
The death of Susan Krebs, wife of Jacob Abbuhl
of Lee Center, occurred at 8:25 a.m. Thursday at the Utica State Hospital,
where she had been for the past four years. Mrs. Abbuhl, who was the daughter
of the late Samuel and Rosanna Krebs was born in the Town of Lee in 1869.
In 1891 she married Mr. Abbuhl. Surviving are her husband, , four children,
Edith, Bertha, Ernest and Howard; also four brothers, Samuel of Lee, John
F. of Montrose, Colo. Edward of Uncompahger, Colo., and Albert Krebs of
this city. The remains were brought to Rome this afternoon.
Point Rock - The death of Charles Adams occurred
at his home at Point Rock about 4 a.m. Saturday from a general breaking
down of the system incident to old age. He has been failing in health for
several months and confined to the bed for three weeks. Mr. Adams was born
in the east about 86 years ago., and came to Point Rock 60 years ago. He
has been a farmer by occupation and a Republican in politics. He enlisted
in the Army some time during the Civil War. He received a pension of thirty
dollars. The deceased leaves three daughters, Mrs. Lucy Phillips of Machias,
Cattaugua County , Mrs. Etta Meyers and Mrs. Mary Letson of Point Rock.,
also three sons; Sanford of Westmoreland and Benjamin and Singleton. Mrs.
Adams died last spring. The funeral will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday at
the church at Point Rock. (He was born in1813 and died December 23, 1899.
He was in Co. K 2 NY Heavy Artillery and is buried in Point Rock Cemetery.)
Adams, Mrs. Charles
March 13, 1899
Point Rock - Mrs. Charles Adams, aged 66
years, died Friday night about 11 o'clock, after an illness of several
weeks. Besides her husband, she leaves three children, Sanford of Clarks
Mills, and Mame and Etta of this place. Her funeral will be held at the
Reform Church at 1 p.m. Tuesday.
Adams, Jesse T.
Utica Herald Dispatch
April 7, 1921
Ava - The death of Jesse T. Adams occurred
at his home west of this village at the age of 85 years. He was the son
of John J. & Betsy Corwin Adams, and was born in the same house where
he died, April 1, 1836. September 30, 1862, he was united in marriage with
Eleanor Foster, who survives. With the exception of two years during which
they lived in East Florence, Mr. Adams' whole life had been spent in Ava.
Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Rev. L. C. Rose,
Barnes Corners, Mrs. C. N. Mines, Ava, Mrs. Dr. F. M. Ringrose, Constableville,
also nine grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, two nephews, Dewey Adams,
Rome and Pearl E. Adams, Syracuse. Mr. Adams was a member of the Friends
Community Church at West Branch.
January 22, 1886
ADAMS - Lee Center - The death of our townsman,
Mr. Warren Adams, which occurred in Rome at the County House last Friday,
was not unlooked by his neighbors and friends in Lee. For years he has
been old and decrepit -- laboring as best he could to support himself.
He had outlived his brother Asa and four sisters, and was left alone to
bear the name of Adams -- except his sister, Jane K., the widow of the
late Issac Nisbet, of Lee. Mrs. Nisbet lives with her daughter, Mrs. Byron
Spencer, at Farlbault, Minn. Recently he took the advice of friends and
neighbors and was carried to the County House for winter quarters, where
he could be more comfortable than he could be in Lee without a home. His
remains were deposited in the County Home cemetery -- for the winter at
least. The remains of his first wife rest in the Lee Center Cemetery.
Agne, Delphene Kaiser
June 27, 1922
Rome - June 27, Mrs. Fred Agne died at 11:30
last night at her home in New London in her 27th year. She was born in
that village and always lived there, her maiden name being E. Delphina
Kaiser, daughter of Michael Kaiser.
Agne, Henry J.
October 26, 1880
AGNE - In Utica, Oct. 17, 1880, Henry J.
Agne, aged 22 years 9 months 27 days.
September 26, 1903
Rome Sept. 25 - Frank Alder Sr., died at
his home in Coonrod yesterday from bowel trouble with which he had been
suffering since Saturday. He was born in Darmstadt, Germany, February 14,
1830 and came to America about 45 years ago, settling in the town of Rome,
near the Verona line. Seventeen years later he moved to Coonrod where he
had since resided. Before coming to America he married Elizabeth Spieliard,
who survives, with the following children: Mrs. Sophie Singerline, East
Verona, Mrs. Libbie Wheeler, Viel, Okla, Adam, Charles J., Mrs. Maggie
Storms, Mrs. Anna Rice, and Frank Alder, Rome, George, Coonrod, Mrs. Kate
Benkert, Western. Mr. Alder was a farmer by occupation. He was a member
of St. Mary's Church in this city.
February 3, 1882
ALLEN - At Knoxboro, NY, Jan. 27, 1882, Benjamin
Allen, aged 71 yrs.
Allen, Emma Gregorie
Lee Center - Mrs. Emma Gregorie Allen, widow
of James Allen, died in the Eastern Star Home in, Oriskany, Monday where
she has been a resident since April 16, 1954. Mrs. Allen was born in New
Orleans, La. Oct. 24, 1861, she was the daughter of Charles and Ellen Dowd
Gregorie. On June 3, 1882 in West Vienna she married to Mr. Allen of Lee
Center. After their marriage the couple operated a farm in the settlement
of Allentown in the Town of Lee, until his death in 1909.
After the death of her husband she lived
with her brother Emile S. Gregorie at Fair View Farms near Lee Center and
after his death in March 1948 and until she entered the Eastern Star Home,
she resided in Cleveland, New York with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Best. Mrs Allen
was a member of Lake Delta Chapter, OES, and the Lee Center Methodist Church.
Surviving are a nephew George W.Gregorie of Utica, and several cousins.
Funeral services will be held at the Lee
Center Methodist Church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Reverend
Howard D. Hull officiating and the interment made in The Lee Valley Cemetery.
Lake Delta Chapter, OES, will conduct ritualistic
services at the Waldo Wiggins Prince Home for Funerals in Rome on Wednesday
evening at 9 o'clock..
January 3, 1896
ALLEN - At North Bridgewater, Jan. 1, 1896,
Jonathan Allen, in his 80th year.
July 31, 1891
Norman Allen, aged 2 years, was buried yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. He died Tuesday night.
Alvord, Clarence E.
January 14, 1904
Stittville - Clarence E. Alvord was found
drowned in the knitting mill pond about 9 o'clock this morning by a party
of men who had been searching for him since yesterday afternoon.
About noon yesterday Mr. Alvord left his
home, about a half mile from here on the road to Holland Patent, to inspect
the quality of ice on the pond, from which a number of people have been
cutting their year's supply. He was alone, and it is evident that he stepped
on some thin ice, going through into the water. While the latter has a
depth of only about four feet it is supposed he slipped under the ice in
such a way that he could not get out. The body was found by men who were
using a pike pole in examining the bottom of the pond and was thus brought
to the surface.
The remains were taken to Mr. Alvord's home
and Coroner Dodd of Utica was sumoned.
Mr. Alvord was born in the town of Trenton
Jan. 4, 1846 and was a son of (illegible) and Mary Ward Alvord, who settled
in Trenton in 1838. He was the last of three children, the others, Julian
W. and Lillian H., having died some years ago. He first married Fannie,
a daughter of Daniel and Susan Sheldon, with whom he had two children,
Harry who lives at home and Alice L. of Ticonderoga. For his second wife
he married Alice Brooker, daughter of Charles and Lavina Martin.
November 1, 1902
Constant Ammann, aged 66 years, a former
Roman, died in Utica on Friday from heart failure. He was born in Wurtenburg
and came to this country in 1855, locating in New London. Soon after he
removed to Rome and was
engaged in the hack business here for some time.
He afterward worked in the Merchant Iron Mill. He was married to Miss Kate
Krumbach of Wright Settlement of this city. The remains were brought to
Rome and taken to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Plus Schibel, 303 S. James St.
(Burial was made in Rome Cemetery.)
November 22, 1937
Rome - Paul Amann, 84, died yesterday in
his home in upper W. Dominick St., five hours after suffering a heart attack.
He formerly was employed by the American Can Works, Rome, and retired nine
Mr. Amann was born in Germany, son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Amann. He married Josephine Mathis, West Leyden,
at Fish Creek in 1850 and they lived in Rome for 54 years.
He was a member of St. Mary's Church, president
of its St. Bonafice Society, and affillated with its Altar Society.
He leaves Mrs. Amann, four daughters, Ida
and Anna Amann, and Mrs. Clayton Slocum and Mrs. George Roser, all of Rome,
three sons, Frank of Rome, William, Washington DC., and John, Cleveland,
O., a half brother Lawrence Stump, Rome, 21 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Peter Ammon 75, whose career included cheese
making, law practice and heating engineering, died at Rome Hospital yesterday
at the age of 75. He had lived at 514 W. Liberty Street. He had been ill
three years and had been in the hospital 10 months.
Mr. Ammon was born in Bavaria, Germany, son
of George and Katherine Strobel Ammon. When he was 17 he came to the United
States with an uncle, Christopher Ammon and went with him to his farm in
West Leyden, where they were among the first settlers. He worked until
he earned enough money to go to Wisconsin, where he took up cheese making.
In 1893 he won a cheese making prize at the Chicago Worlds Fair. He was
graduated from Cornell University and from Albany Law School in 1900, being
admitted to the bar the following year.
Mr. Ammon opened a law practice in Lee Center,
retiring after 20 years. Since then he had studied heating engineering,
inventing several conveniences for his home and doing some work outside.
He married Katherine Willson, Lee Center,
who died about 30 years ago. On March 12, 1916 , he married her niece,
Ruby Willson. He was a member of St. Johns Lutheran Church and of the Oneida
County Bar Association. Surviving with his widow are a sister, Mrs. Barbara
Lauer, Syracuse; three nephews and a niece, George, John and Barbara Lauer,
Syracuse and George Loeslein, Philadelphia, Pa. a brother and sister in
Germany, and several cousins.
Ammon, Mrs. Peter
Ammon - In Lee Center, on Tuesday, June 30,
1914, Mrs. Peter Ammon, aged 70 years. Funeral at the family residence
in Lee Center on Friday at 2p.m. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery.
May 24 - (no year noted)
Emil Anderegg, a respected and popular young
man, died of this last evening at his home, 814 Elm Street. He had been
ill only since Friday of last week. The cause of death was absesses of
the brain. Mr. Anderegg was born in Switzerland, 27 years ago on the third
of this month. He came here in 1889 with his father's family, Mr. and Mrs.
Melchior Anderegg, and they settled in Delta where the father died five
years ago. On March 4, 1903 Mr. Anderegg married Miss Agnes M. Beckley,
of this city, and he took up residence here, purchasing a milk route which
he had since successfully conducted. He was a very pleasant man and was
much thought of by his many patrons, who were deeply grieved to learn of
his death. He was an earnest member of the German Trinity Lutheran Church
on South James Street. Besides his wife, who was prostrated by the death
of her husband, he is survived by one little son, Emil Jr.; his mother
Mrs. Catherine Anderegg, of Delta, and the following brothers and sisters:
Miss Rose Anderegg of New York; Albert, John, Adolph and Miss Clara Anderegg,
and Mrs. Sanford Wolff, of Delta; Mrs. Mrs. William Tuttle, of Lee Center;
and two half-sisters and one half-brother, Mrs Alfred and Miss Louise Anderegg,
of Syracuse and Alfred Anderegg, of Franklin Springs. The funeral will
be held at 2 p.m. Sunday.
January 10, 1899
ANDERSON - In this city on Sunday, Jan. 8,
1899, John Anderson, aged 70 years.
Funeral from the residence of his brother,
Isaac Anderson, 420 North James St., at 11 am on Wednesday. Interment in
the Rome Cemetery.
March 21, 1879
ANDREWS - In Utica, March 11, 1879, Allen
Andrews, aged 50 yrs 4 mos 17 dys.
Angell, Mary J. Lasher
September 17, 1886
ANGELL - At Willowvale, Sept. 15, 1886, Mary
J. Lasher, wife of J. W. Angell.
Aug. 8, 1908
Lee Center - Mrs. Adeline Anken, aged about
70 years, died at her home two miles north of here this morning. During
the winter she suffered a severe illness several times from pneumonia and
never recovered. Complications recently developed causing her death. Mrs.
Anken was the widow of Peter Anken, who died here about 28 years ago, and
who for many years was a well known cheese maker. She was also an expert
maker of Swiss cheese. Mrs. Anken was born in Canton Berne, Switzerland,
but had lived here many years, and was held in high respect by all who
knew her. She is survived by three sons, William, John and Ernest Anken,
all residing at home; one daughter Mrs. Lena Utzler of Camden. Mrs. Anken
also leaves one sister, Mrs. John H. Smith of Rome; a half sister, Liza
Harrad of Hornesville, Herkimer county; two half brothers, Jacob Yutzler
of Westernville and Fred of Stueben. Mrs. Anken was a member of the Trinity
German Lutheran Church of Rome.
In this city on Tuesday June 9, 1914, Mrs.
Catherine Anken, aged 66 years. The funeral will be held from her late
home, 614 Turin Street, at two o'clock Friday afternoon. Interment in Evergreen
Anken, Mrs. Charles
At Hawkins Corners, May 17, 1903, from consumption,
Mrs. Charles Anken, aged 21 years.
Miss Clara Anken, one of the most successful
and widely known business woman in Oneida County, died at her home in Western,
one and one half mile from Westernville, at 11 o'clock on Monday night.
Her illness was of short duration and her death is a shock to her many
friends. Last Wednesday she was taken ill with measles and from the first
was very sick. Complications soon set in and her failure was rapid. On
Saturday evening she lost consciousness and from then on but little hope
was had of her recovery. She never regained consciousness,
Miss Anken was born in Constableville, Lewis
County, October 5, 1861. Her parents were Jacob Anken and Elizabeth Walti,
both of whom died several years ago. When three years old her parents moved
to Western and there spent the remainder of her life, which since reaching
womanhood had been very busy and successful. Upon the death of her uncle,
Samuel Anken, about seven years ago, Miss Anken became the owner and manager
of one of the finest farms in the Town of Western. With that she later
took management of another excellent farm, so that she had the care of
between 500 and 600 acres of land, with the stock and everything that goes
to make up two complete farming properties. She always employed the most
competent help to carry out her work, but the actual planning and management
of the farms, marketing of the produce and hundreds of her lesser details
all came under her personal supervision. Her success was as marked as her
life was busy. But few men in the county are more able agriculturists than
Miss Anken was, nor do they take greater interest in everything that tends
to promote better farming conditions than she did.
Aside from her busy business life, Miss Anken
was a most agreeable woman to meet. Her manner was pleasing and gracious,
her mind was well stored with many interesting things and she was a very
pleasing conversationalist. Her acquaintance was large and many people
today, both in Western and for miles around, are deeply grieved to know
that Miss Anken will be among in life no more. She was well known in this
city, her business calling her here every few days. She is survived by
one sister, Mrs. David Andregg of Lee, and two nieces and nephews.
Anken, Magdaline Schallenberg
August 17, 1908
Mrs Magdaline Anken, wife of Emil Anken,
Turin Road, died at her home at 1 p.m. Monday. She had been seriously ill
since Thursday, suffering from pneumonia.
She was born in Berne, Switzerland, 47 years
ago, daughter of the late John and Catherine Schallenberg, and came to
this country and located here five years ago. She was married to Emil Anken
in Switzerland in 1903. Surviving besides her husband are nine children,
Mrs Rose Vornatt, Lee Center, Emma Charles, Anna, Elsie, Fred, Alice, John
and Gertruth Anken at home: five brothers, Gottlieb and Edward Schallenberg,
Rome; Christ, David and John in Switzerland, and three sisters, Elizabeth,
Anna and Catherine, Switzerland.
Mrs Anken was a member of the Trinity Evangelical
Church in Rome.
Utica Daily Press
December 21, 1931
Boonville - Burt Anna, 52, died Saturday
morning at his home in Erwin Stree.
He was born Aug. 1, 1879, in Ava, and was
the son of George & Eliza Yigler Anna. Oct. 4, 1916, he was married
to Carrie Burton, who survives.
For several years he was employed at the
Boonville Specialty Works, and for the past few months had been employed
by the village. Besides his wife and parents, he is survived by one sister,
Mrs. Charles McComb, Rome.
Anna, Eliza Gleasman
October 2, 1937
Boonville - Mrs. George Anna, 79, died early
yesterday, Oct. 1, 1937, at her home Death was due to a heart ailment.
Although not in the best of health for the past few years, Mrs. Anna had
seemed unusually well and during the day had helped Mr. Anna in the garden.
Eliza E. Gleasman was a daughter of the late
Christian and Katherine Ernst Gleasman. On Mar. 13, 1878 she was married
to George Anna. For a time following their marriage they conducted a farm
near Ava and later engaged in farming near Boonville. About 13 years ago
they moved to South St. where they have since resided.
Mrs. Anna was a member of the Ava Methodist
Church, many years later transferring her membership to the Methodist Church
Mr. and Mrs. Anna celebrated the 59th anniversary
of their marriage this year. Besides here husband she is survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Charles Combs, Rome, and two grandchildren, Paul Combs,
Rome and Miss Lola Combs, Binghamton, two half sisters, Mrs. Carolyn Heilig,
Taberg, and Mrs. Lena Thompson, Camden.
Annas, Leon P.
January 25, 1881
ANNAS - In North Bay, Jan. 10, 1881, Leon
P. Annas, only son of Atwell J. and Annie M. Annas, aged 3 months 5 days
Anderson, John D.
December 28, 1897
Utica - John D. Anderson died yesterday after
a long illness. He was born in Vernon April 26, 1829. He came to Utica
to live in 1873. He leaves besides his wife a brother, Philander Anderson
of Schuyler’s Lake; three sisters, Mrs. Euphemia Felt of Salem, Ind., Mrs.
Josiah Jenkins of Tannersville, Mich., and Mrs. Lavina DeFrees of Verona.
April 11, 1894
Archibald Armstrong who had lived in Rome
nearly 50 years, died at his home, 104 W. Thomas St., at 7:30 am today
in his 83rd. year. On the 3rd of January he was taken with the grip which,
with other complications and general debility, caused his death. The deceased
was born in the town of Lee and was a son of Samuel Armstrong. He spent
his youth and young manhood in that town and learned the trade of a carpenter
and builder. In 1847 he came to Rome and the remainder of his life was
spent here. Besides his wife he leaves one son, Chauncey M. of this city.
Dec. 8 - Oneida - Mrs. Abbie Armstrong, 68,
died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Miss Bessie Garlock of 104
Elm Street. Other relatives are one son, William Armstrong and Mrs. Gertrude
Ballard, a daughter, both of this city. Mrs. Armstrong was well known in
Rome. Funeral services will be held at the Garlock home at 1 pm Monday
and burial will be made in Verona.
April 10, 1906
Lee -- David Armstrong died at his late residence
on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock after an illness of nearly two years.
Mr. Armstrong was born in the town of Annsville on the 9th day of March,
1834 and was the son of the late George and Delia Walrath Armstrong. He
was one of the leading farmers of the town, owning a farm of 255 acres.
In his younger days he was on the Erie Canal for 20 years. He was an assessor
of the town of Annsville for six successive years and held the confidence
and respect of all. Mr. Armstrong was a well read, kind, whole-souled man
and a good neighbor, always willing to help those in trouble and give good
advice to all. He married Jane Richards, daughter of William Richards of
Annsville, and ten children were born to them, two dying in infancy. Besides
his wife these children survive Mrs. George Peglow, Mrs. David Eggan and
Jay Armstrong of Rome, Mrs. Floyd Ellis of Taberg, Minnie, Charles, James
and David, who reside at home. Also the following brothers and sisters:
William C. Armstrong of Annsville, Alexander of Rome, Mrs. Chas. Clark
of Taberg and Alice Russell of Lee.
Armstrong, Jennie C. Pexton
April 20, 1916
Taberg - Mrs. Jennie C. Armstrong who was
born April 27, 1843 at Westmoreland, daughter of George & Lovina Pexton,
and died at Taberg April 18 at 9:30 am, at the home of her youngest son,
Benjamin Armstrong, suffered an illness of about a year. She was a lifelong
resident of Rome and a member of the Christian Science Church. She was
of very kind and genial nature, always ready and willing to give a helping
hand and cheery word to everyone, making many friends, who mourn her death.
She was twice married and besides the son mentioned she leaves two other
sons, Jesse Armstrong of Rome and Frank Voorheese of Taberg, and ten grandchildren.
Also four sisters, Mrs. E. D. Button of Sterling, Ill., Mrs. John A. Hall
of Rome, Mrs. S. M. Decker of Evanston, Ill., and Mrs. C. A. Wiley of St.
Charles, Ill. The funeral will be held on Friday at 1 o’clock at the house
and at the Methodist Church, Taberg. Interment will be made in Maple Hill
Armstrong, Seymour E.
September 29, 1919
The remains of Seymour Edward Armstrong,
aged 10, son of Mr. & Mrs. Seymour Armstrong of Syracuse, were brought
to this city Sunday and taken to the home of Mr. & Mrs. William Tracy,
106 Riverside Drive, where the funeral will be held. He was born in Taberg
on June 22, 1909. Besides the parents, a sister, Pearl Armstrong
and a half-brother, Cassius E. Kimball of Rozbury survive.
ARMSTRONG - In Rome, on Tuesday, Dec. 15,
1903, Tryphena, widow of Earl F. Armstrong, aged 96 years 7 months
Syracuse Post Standard
July 17, 1912
Rome, July 16 - The body of Fred Ashfield,
a Rome man, arrived here this afternoon from Auburn, where he died last
evening in the City Hospital of lockjaw. He was employed on a fleet of
canal boats owned by William Tanner of Stanwix and about a month ago ran
a rusty nail in his foot, but it was thought he had fully recovered.
White the boats were in Jordan on Saturday,
he was taken suddenly ill and was rushed to the hospital in Auburn. His
brother, Edward Ashfield, of Syracuse, was notified and was with him when
The victim was born in Rome twenty-eight
years ago and always llived here. The following sisters and brothers survive:
Mrs. E. R. Fuller, Mrs. Frank Crocker, William Ashfield of Rome, George
of Little Falls, Edward Ashfield of Syracuse, and Mrs. Ida Hemstreet of
Atwood, Florence M.
October 6, 1949
Florence M. Atwood, a Stittville woman, was
fatally injured when hit by a truck in Holland Parent.
Miss Atwood, who had been in the Steuben
St. office of Dr. Price Lewis, was crossing the street to her car when
she was struck by the southbound cattle-laden truck after stepping from
in front of a parked car.
Miss Atwood was born in Stittville, a daughter
of Willard and Addie Raymer Atwood. She attended school in Stittville,
Holland Patent, and later in Ossining.
She had been organist in the Methodist Church
for more than 40 years and was a member of the church and its WSCS.
Atwood, Grace Mary
April 24, 1888
Stittville, Apr. 23 - This community mourns
the early loss of one who from childhood, won all hearts by her bright,
sunny disposition and winsome graces, Grace M., daughter of Willard T.
and Addie R. Atwood. Adorable and kind to old and young, to rich and poor,
she was a universal favorite, easy in her manner and ready in speech. She
possessed in a remarkable degree that rare quality of making and keeping
friends. Her qualities and abilities were well regulated and proportioned.
She always appeared the same. Her teacher, Professor C. B. VanWie of Holland
Patent, says of her 'In an acquaintances of more than three years in the
school room I never knew Grace to manifest displeasures, neither do I remember
of having ever been obliged to correct her for any fault. The workings
of her mind were quick and penetrating. In her school work she was more
than satisfactory. Altho obliged on account of ill health to be absent
a great deal, she nevertheless kept pace with her classmates. She never
appeared to realize the fact that she excelled in all she did, but on the
contrary seemed to think that others should be preferred to herself. To
forecast her future was a pleasing task so promising was the picture. The
number of her associations will ever be an inspiration to both teachers
and classmates'. Altho her illness was brief, she retained her faculties
to the last, bade adieu to friends and loved ones, passed away from all
she loved on earth, calmly, confidently, and gently as a child falls asleep
at its mother's breast.
The funeral occurred from her late residence
Sunday and was largely attended. Rev. Mr. Wilson, her former pastor, now
of Nottingham, Pa, officiated, assisted by Rev. Mr. Grant of Holland Patent.
Atwood, Susan Wilcox
Utica Daily Press
April 24, 1905
Holland Patent, April 23 - Susan Wilcox Atwood,
widow of Sylvester B. Atwood, died at her home in Stittville at 7: 30 o'clock
last evening. She had a stroke of apoplacy January 31, 1904, and two or
three slight strokes during the last six weeks. The deceased was the youngest
child of the late Justus and Margaret Moulton and was born in the town
of Floyd June 30, 1827. She was the last survivor of a family of 11 children.
March 17, 1856, she was married to the late Sylvester B. Atwood and they
began housekeeping in the residence portion of the Utica-Black River Railroad
station at Stittville where he was station agent and there they resided
for two years. After that time Mr. Atwood worked at his trade as carpenter
and builder and later they moved into their new home on Main street where
they continued to reside until death. He died February 5, 1903. She was
a woman of domestic qualities, who loved her home and found her pleasure
in household duties, rather than in society. Besides a son, Willard T.
Atwood of Stittville, there are surviving two nieces in Utica, Mrs. Ingham
Townsend and Mrs. George Oscela, a niece, Mrs. Daniel Martin, Cleveland,
O., and a niece, Mrs. Charlotte Conover, Stittville. The funeral services
will be held at her late residence Tuesday. Rev. George Dermott of Ava
Atwood, Willard T.
February 7, 1913
Willard T. Atwood, mill owner of Stittville,
dropped dead in Wineburgh & Sons jewelry store in lower Genesee street
at 9:30 o'clock this morning just after he had handed Hyman Wineburgh his
daughter's watch to be repaired. Heart trouble, with which he has suffered
attacks during the past three months, is believed to have caused his death.
Following his custom of years, Mr. Atwood
went directly from the 9:15 Black River train to Wineburgh's store. This
he has done each Friday when he came to this city to secure funds for his
payroll. He had his own watch regulated and after receiving the check for
his daughter's watch, he stood talking with Mr. Wineburgh. Suddenly he
toppled over. Dr. J. Herman was hurriedly summoned from this office in
Whitesboro street, but the physician could do nothing to save the man.
Coroner Robert Dodd there upon was notified and he ordered the remains
taken to Cassidy's undertaking establishment.
Mr. Atwood was born in Floyd Nov. 4, 1847,
but he had lived in Stittville since he was 18 years of age. He was the
son of Sylvester B. and Margaret Moulton Atwood and was one of four children.
About 25 years ago he married Addie Raymer, by whom he had two children,
Florence M. Atwood and Grace M. Atwood. His wife and one daughter, Florence,
survive him. He started working first as station agent at Stittville for
the Utica & Black River Railroad, when he was 16 years of age. This
work he followed until 1868. In 1872 he engaged in the produce, coal and
lumber business, which he had continued to the time of his death. In 1881
he associated with the late Charles W. Hackett, one time chairman of the
Republican State Committee purchasing J. S. Maxwell's interest in a knitting
mill which manufactured men's underwear, and which afterward was conducted
under the firm name of Atwood and Hackett for 20 years. At one time he
was connected with F. E. Gaus of the Bowne-Gaus Shoe Company of this city,
in the contact of the Stittville Canning Company. This partnership was
dissolved about seven years ago. Mr. Atwood then associated with W. R.
Buell of Stittville and had conducted the Atwood & Buell Knitting Co.
at Stittville for the past six years. Mr. Atwood sold his interest in the
Hackett & Atwood mill at the time of Mr. Hackett's death.
Mr. Atwood has always been a Democrat but
he never held a political office nor sought one. He was a member of Utica
Lodge No. 47, F & AM, a member of Utica Commandery No. 8, Knight Templars,
and a member of Ziyara Temple, order of the Mystic Shrine. He was also
a Royal Arch Mason. He was prominent as a member and trustee of the Methodist
Episcopal Church of Stittville.
Mr. Atwood was a moving figure in Stittville
industry during his lifetime and when the news of his death reached the
village today it caused great sorrow. He was known and admired by most
of the business men of this city. He is reputed to have done much charitable
work but he never said anything about it. He was a citizen such as form
a community's foundation. There isn't anyone in Stittville who has not
come in contact with Mr. Atwood and there isn't anyone in Stittville who
holds anything but a liking for the man. His partner, W. R. Buell, arrived
here on the noon train today and announced that Mr. Atwood's remains would
soon be removed to the Atwood home in Stittville.
November 12, 1886
Lee Center - Jacob Austin, whose death occurred
on the 1st instant, was a sufferer from a long and painful illness. Dr.
Fraser, who had charge of the case, says the disease is of very rare occurrence,
and is known as glosso labio laryngeal paralysis. He added that Dr. Hammond
said it so rarely occurred that a physician was not likely to have more
than one case in his lifetime. The funeral was held in the M. E. Church
last Thursday afternoon. Rev. H. A. Harris preached from the words of the
Saviour to His disciples: "I will never leave you nor forsake you." He
leaves a widow and a brother Gardiner Austin, of Boonville.
Austin - On Elmer Hill on Thursday, November
12, 1908, Mary, wife of Louis Austin, in her 63rd. year. Funeral on Saturday,
at 10:30 a.m. at the M.E. Church, Delta. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery
Mrs. Mary Austin, wife of Louis Austin, died
at her home on Elmer Hill at 8:15 p.m. on Thursday, in her 63rd. year.
Death was caused by complications after a short illness. She was born in
Westmoreland and had lived at various times in Lowville, Lee Corners, Rome
and Delta. For twelve years up to about a year ago she had lived in this
city and kept a boarding house. Since then she and her husband have resided
at Elmer Hill, where they bought a place. Mrs. Austin was twice married.
Her first husband, Jerome Seeley, died many years ago. About six years
ago she married the second time. Besides her husband she is survived by
three children, Mrs. Newton Johnson 410 Turin Street, Rome. Mrs John Scott
of Camden and Burt Seeley of Pullman, Ill.
Autrey, Elizabeth H. Roberts
January 8, 1951
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Autrey, 67, of 414 Coventry,
died at her home Jan. 7, 1951. Dr Herman J. Haberer, coroner, said death
was due to cerebral hemorrhage.
Mrs. Autrey was born in Boxelder, Colo.,
Aug. 20, 1883, a daughter of the late John E. and Mary Coates Roberts.
She was educated in Colorado and was married to James A. Autrey there in
1900. The couple moved to Utica in 1911 and has resided here since, except
for five years spent in Rome from 1934 to 1939. Mrs. Autrey was a member
of the Baptist Church in Colorado.
Besides her husband she leaves two sons,
Elmer J. Autrey, Rome, and Clifford E. Autrey, Utica, a daughter, Mrs.
Edythe Orendorff, Rome, a brother, Edwin J. Roberts Sr., and a sister,
Mrs. Laura B. Walker, both of Holland Patent, 10 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.
Autrey, James A.
Utica Daily Press
October 1, 1951
James A. Autrey, 73, of 414 Coventry, died
Sept. 30, 1951, in a Rome hospital after a long illness.
Mr. Autrey was born Aug. 25, 1878 in Little
Rock, Ark., a son of John M. and Emma McKinney Autrey. When a child, he
moved to Boxelder, Colo., and came to New York State in 1911, settling
on a farm in the town of Deerfield.
In 1929 he moved to Rome, and was employed
by Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. He retired in 1943 after 17 years of service
with that company. In 1940 he returned to make his home in Utica. Mr. Autrey
married the former Elizabeth H. Roberts May 15, 1900 in Fort Collins, Colo.
The couple observed their 50th wedding anniversary last year. Mrs. Autrey
died Jan. 7, 1951.
He leaves two sons, Elmer J. Autrey and Clifford
E. Autrey, both of Rome, a daughter, Mrs. Edythe A. Orendorf, Rome, six
sisters, Mrs. Daisy Logan, Oakland, Calif., Mrs. Louise Overmeyer, Denver,
Colo., Miss Maude Autrey, Thermopolis, Wy., Mrs. Leslie Lewis, Huntington
Beach, Calif., Mrs. Nellie Lucas, Fort Collins, Colo., and Mrs. Alice Gregg,
Montisano, Wash., a brother, John W. Autrey, Bellone, Colo, 10 grandchildren,
three great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Avery, Abby P.
August 24, 1880
AVERY - In Utica, Tuesday Aug. 17, 1880,
Abby P., wife of Austin K. Avery, aged 60 years.