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Death in Rome of a Former Resident of Ava
  Miss Eliza J Edgerton, aged 77 years, died at 12:30 am Monday at the house of her brother-in-law, Seldon Palmer, on Turin Rd, just above Jay St in Rome NY. On Sunday night Sept 12 she was taken ill with acute indigestion and this illness was followed by a partial shock from which she gradually failed.
  Miss Edgerton was born in Martinsburg, Lewis Co, and was a daughter of the late Danial and Jemima Foster Edgerton. With her parents, when a small child, she removed to Ava. Nearly all her life had been spent in Oneida Co., in Rome and vicinity. On the death of her parents about thirty years ago, she went to live in the family of Seldon Palmer and has since made her home there. Besides a number of nephews and nieces, she leaves two brothers, Prof.D.D. Edgerton of Rochester and Nathaniel
Edgerton of West Vienna. During a brief residence in the western part of the state, Miss Edgerton united with the Presbyterian Church. Since her removal to Rome about 16 years ago, she had attended the Presbyterian church until failing health made it impossible for her to attend. She will be greatly issed by a large number of friends.
Linda Glover -

EICHMEYER - In this city (Utica), Thursday, April 22, 1909, F. Edward Eichmeyer, aged 39 years.
The funeral will take place from the family risidence, 114 Lafayette Street, Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock, and from St. Joseph's Church at 10 o'clock.  Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend.
Jane Alois

EICHMEYER - In this city (Utica), April 15, 1902, Mary, widow of Wolfgang Eichmeyer, aged 69 years 10 months and 4 days. The funeral will take place from her late residence, No. 114 Lafayette Street, this Friday morning at 9 o'clock and from St. Joseph's Church where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated at 9:30 o'clock.  Friends are respectfully invited.

Belle Mott Ely
Rome Sentinel-February 20, 1920
Regarding the death of Mrs. William Ely, announcement of which was made in the Sentinel on Wednesday, a telegram was received on Tuesday by Mrs. George Bungert, 104 S. Madison St., from Miss Neva Belle Ely of Oneida, stating that Miss Ely's grandmother, Mrs. William Ely, had died there Monday evening.  Mrs. Ely's maiden name was Belle Mott.  She was born at Ridge Mills and married Mr. Ely in Rome.  The family moving to Oneida about 18 years ago.  She is survivied by her husband and her father, William Mott, both of Oneida, one son, Harry Ely of Canastota, four grandsons and a granddaughter, William and Halley Dorrity, Utica, Harry and Arthur Ely of Canastota, and Miss Neva Bele, who made her home with Mrs. Ely.
Kathy Last