Rome Daily Sentinel, Tuesday 1 Nov 1887
 Verona, Nov. 1 -  Mrs. Polly Near died yesterday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. John Belshaw, aged 101 years and 8 months. The funeral will be held on Wednesday at 1 o'clock p.m., at her residence. If she had lied to the 26th of February would have been 102 years old. She retained her faculties to the last.
Darlene Utter

Charles W. Nettleton
Rome Sentinel-November 8, 1926
  Utica, Nov. 8 - Charles W. Nettleton, secretary of the Utica Branch of the Railway Mail Clerks Association, died in a local hospital Saturday night after a long illness.  Mr. Nettleton was born in McConnellsville, August 3, 1858.  He married Cora A. Daniels of that place in April, 1889.  For several years he taught school at McConnellsville, Taberg, Blossvale and Forestport, afterwards serving for 30 years as railway postal clerk running between Ogdensburg and Utica.  He was active until six years ago, when poor health forced him to retire.  He was a member of Central M. E. Church and Vienna Lodge, F. & A. M.  He was a Republican in politics.   Besides his wife he leaves a son, Merton E Nettleton, a granddaughter, M. Jean Nettleton, Utica, and a half sister, Mrs. Margaret Treveton, Scranton, Pa.
Kathy Last

NETZBAND, Friedericke Johanne Sophie Schult
Syracuse Herald, Syracuse, New York from 2 June 1919:
     Mrs. Netzband, 73, widow of Frederick Netzband, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George A. Peberl, No. 1628 West Colvin Street, Sunday morning after a short illness.
     Funeral arrangements have not been made.
     Note: She was also known as "Rachel" and lived in Rome for much of her adult life before moving to her daughter's home in Syracuse. The whole name comes from other records I have.
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NETZBAND, Johann Carl Friederick (Fritz or Fred)
Syracuse Herald, Syracuse, New York:
from 10 Dec 1918, page 13:
Fred Netzband died this morning in the County hospital.
     He leaves his widow, Mrs. Fredericka Netzband, seven daughters, Mrs. George Peberl, Mrs. Albert Bilce, and Mrs. Otto Stadelman of Syracuse, Mrs. George Schmitt and Miss Rose Netzband of Rome, Mrs. Florian Fuller of Oneida and Mrs. J.B. Teeter of Ithaca, and two sons,
Fred Netzband of Chicago and Charles Netzband of Rome.
     Note: He lived in Rome for about thirty years after arriving from Mecklenburg (Germany) in the early 1880's.
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NETZBAND, Charles F.
The Evening Telegram Herkimer, NY 7 Mar 1956
Brother of Mohawk Resident Dies
Mohawk--Charles F. Netzband 76, brother of Mrs. Frank Lyden, 31 Walnut St., died Monday in a Rome hospital where he had been a patient for a year.
   He was born on April 21, 1879 in Germany, a son of Frederick and Rachel Netzband, and came to this country and Rome with his parents at the age of two. He married Josephine Thron on May 17, 1903. She died Sept. 6, 1945.
  Mr. Netzband at the age of 15 began working for the New York Central Railroad as water boy, continuing in its maintenance department until 1935. He was employed at the Rome Cable Corp during World War II. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church.
  Also surviving are two sons, Charles F., Rome and Richard A., Ava; seven daughters, Mrs. Earl E. Elmer, Rome, Mrs James Gilleece, Floyd; Mrs. O. A. Borelli, San Jose, Calif.; Mrs. Clarence Dixon, Vernon; Mrs. John Risenberger, Utica; Mrs. Louise Sherwood, New Hartford and Mrs.
Paul Boyer, Nutter Fort, W. Va.; two sisters, Mrs. George Peeble, Syracuse; Mrs. John Teeter, Ithaca; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
  Services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow from the Waldo W. Prince "Home for Funerals", with the Rev. Paul A. Boriack, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetary.
Note: He was born Carl Friederick August NETZBAND, in Waren, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, now Germany, and came to Rome in 1882.
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NETZBAND, Josephine E.
Rome Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 7 Sep 1945
Mrs. Netzband Dies After Illness
  Expires at 61 in   Utica Hospital
   Mrs. Josephine Elizabeth Thron Netzband, 61, 149 E. Whitsboro St., wife of Charles F. Netzband, sr., died yesterday at a Utica hospital after a month's illness.  She had been seriously ill for three days.
  A native of Rome, she was born Nov. 8, 1883, the daughter of George and Josephine Thron.
   Mrs. Netzband was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. She was married May 17, 1903, and had lived in Rome all her life.
  Besides her husband she leaves seven daughters, Mrs. Anna Elmer and Mrs. Helen Gilleece of Rome; Miss Josephine Netzband, Vernon; Mrs. Martha Borelli, Mrs. Marion Riesenberger and Mrs. Dorothy Sherwood, all of Utica; Mrs. Alice Boyer Erie, Pa.; two sons, Charles F. Netzband and Richard Netzband, both of Rome; two brothers, Robert Thron, Utica, and George Thron, Rome, a sister, Mrs. Anna Riegler, Rome, and 11 grandchildren.
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NETZBAND, Rosa Hedwig Pauline
Rome Daily Sentinel, 6 Sep 1976
FRANKFORT--Mrs. Rose P. Lyden, 87, of 104 Lock St., a  native of Rome, and a former seamer at Duofold, Mohawk, for many years, died Monday in Mohawk Valley General Hospital, Ilion.
    Born in Rome, May 11, 1889, the daughter of Frederick and Rachel Netzband, she resided in Mohawk before moving to Frankfort.
    In 1920, she and Frank Lyden were married in Rome. Mr. Lyden died in 1958.
    Mrs. Lyden was a member and past noble grand of Elizabeth Rebekah Lodge, Mohawk and Zuana.
    Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Harry (Dorothy) Schultz, Frankfort, and Mrs. John (Emma) Whaley, Cold Brook.
    The funeral will be at 11 Thursday at the Murphy Funeral Home, Mohawk.  Burial will be in Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Town of Little Falls.
    Calling hours are from 7 to 9 tonight and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 tomorrow.
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At her residence, in Westmoreland, April 16th, 1867, Mary, wife of John B. NICHOLS, in the 52nd year of her age.
Mrs. N. was a daughter of the late Capt. William LOOMIS, and a native of the town of Westmoreland.  She united at the early age of fourteen, with the Methodist church, of which , to the time of her death, she had been a consistent and honored member.  She had been an invalid for eleven years and for the last two a great sufferer.
No newspaper was provided.

Evelyn A. Niejadlik
Sylvan Beach-Evelyn A. Niejadlik, 2113 Vienna Road died Saturday, March 14, 1987.
She was born on Oct. 29, 1915 in Utica, the daughter of William and Anna May Murphy Goppert.
Surviving are her husband, John (Adam) Niejadlik of Sylvan Beach; one daughter, Mrs. Mitch (Carol) Michaud of Terryville, Conn.; two sisters, Mrs. C.E. (Betty) Mishalanie of Utica and Sister Anne Theresa C.S.J. of St. Pius X Convent of Loudenville; two brothers, Leonard and William Goppert, both of Whitesboro; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. (see Death Notice)
Saturday, Mrch 14, 1987. Evelyn A. Niejadlik ,Sylvan Beach. Funeral services will be hele Tuesday at 8:45 a.m. from the Myslinski Funeral Home, 604 Columbia St., Utica and at 9 a.m. at St. Joseph’s & St. Patrick’s Church, Utica. Burial will be in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Utica. There will be no calling hours. Please omit flowers. She was predeceased by a brother, Clarence of Sylvan Beach.
Carol Michaud

May 14, 1912
W. M. Norton, Esteemed Resident of North Western North Western , May 15, The death of W.M. Norton, aged 71, a native of North Western and a respected resident this place for many years occurred yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock in Utica where he was receiving treatment at one of Utica Hospitals. (??Having been) there about a month ago. He had not enjoyed good health since being stricken with paralysis three(??years) ago. Mr. Norton had lived practically his entire life in North Western and in his younger days was a --- man. Later he started a tin shop and had followed the trade of tin smith for many years, being well known and
popular. Mr. Norton also held the position of justice of the peace for a long time and was prominent in fraternal circles, being a member of Baron Steuben Lodge, F. and A. M. of Lee Center, and of Fort Stanwix Chapter, 153, R.A.M. and also of Rome Commandery, No.  45, Knights Templar both of Rome, The Masons will have charge of the funeral arrangements. The deceased was  twice married, his first wife being Martha Van Buskirk, who died about 15 years ago. A number of
years ago Mr. Norton married Mrs. Theresa Helmer who survives him .There are no children. A brother Bradford Norton of Port Jervis and a sister Miss Sarah
Norton of North Western, are also left.
Marsha Petrie