James H. Ramsey
Rome Sentinel-June 30, 1936
James H. Ramsey, 57, 706 Armstrong Ave.,
died at the Rome Hospital at 10:45 am today following a major operation
two weeks ago. Mr. Ramsey had never fully recovered from an accident
three years ago. An employee of the Public Works Department until
his recent illness, Mr. Ramsey was born in Oriskany December 14, 1878,
and had resided in Rome seven years, coming here from Stokes. He
was a member of the First M. E. Church. In New York 22 years ago
June 14 he married Florence Tanner, this city, who survives with a daughter
Lora M., at home, his mother Mrs. Mary Carney, Bridgewater, a
brother William H. Ramsey, Burlington, Vt.,
and a half brother, Lester Carney, Utica.
RATNOUR, Mrs. Orrin
Death of Mrs. Orrin Ratnour.-- Julia F.,
wife or Orrin Ratnour , died at her home in Sherrill, Thursday, at the
age of a little over 33 years. Her husband survives her and an only
child passed away last fall. Deceased was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Stone, of 27 Prospect St. who survive her. She has
also two sisters and one brother: Miss Myrtle Stone, of Oneida: Mrs. Albert,
of Syracuse, and John Stone, of Rochester. The funeral occurred yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock from St. Patrick's Church, Rev. Father McGlynn, of
Cleveland, officiating. Deceased was an amiable and truly Christian
lady, a devout believer in Catholic doctrines, respected and
esteemed by all who knew her and her death
calls forth the sympathy and regret of all her acquaintances.
Submitted by Norma Coffman - Coffmanjn@aol.com
son of ( ) husband of Jane Temple
Rome Daily Sentinel, Rome, Oneida, NY - 7
Dudley J. Reid, whose death occurred in Utica
recently where he had resided for several years, was a former resident
of this place. While here he successfully conducted a general store
and was also interested in other business transactions. In politics
he was a strong Republican and although he never sought office he was much
interested in the party's welfare and was a man who enjoyed the respect
and esteem of a large circle of friends The surviving relatives are a son,
Alvin T. and one daughter, Miss Margaret Reid; also, one brother,
Robert Reid, all of Utica.
Jim & Lisa Slaski
REID, Jane Temple
Daughter of John and Margaret (Thompson)
Temple wife of Dudley J. Reid
Rome Daily Sentianl, Rome, Oneida, NY - 31
Death of Mrs. Dudley J. Reid of Stanwix
Mrs Dudley J. Reid of Stanwix died at the
Homeopathic Hospital in Utica on Friday, Dec 30, aged 60 years. Mrs.
Reid was born in Yorkshire England, and came with her parents John and
Margaret Temple, to this country when she was about 11 years old, and had
since reseided in the vicinity, the last forty years having been spent
in Stanwix. She was married to Dudley J. Reid, about thirty-one years
ago. She was a woman of domestic tastes, kindly and cheerful in disposition,
an affectionate wife and mother, a kind neighbor and generally beloved
by all who knew her. She was a member of the First M. E. Church of
Rome. She is survived by her husband Dudley J. Reid, two children,
Alvin T. and Margaret J. Reid of Stanwix, and three brothers William Temple
of Marysville, Kansas, John R. Temple of Stanwix and George B. Temple of
Ernestine May Wolfe
Daughter of Henry Jacob and Adella (Temple)
Wolfe wife of William Oscar Richard
Submitted to a newspaper by one of her daughters
(most likely a Rome, Oneida, NY paper)
Alliance, Ohio - Mrs. Ernestine Wolfe Richard,
died in the Alliance HealthCenter on May 22, 1985. She was born in
Bartlett, New York on December 16, 1892, the daughter of Henry J. and Adella
Temple Wolfe. Graduated from Rome Free Academy and Cortland Normal
School, class of 1917, she taught in the Rome school system. On September
8, 1920 she married William O. Richard of Herkimer, New York. He
died in November 1963. Mrs. Richard was a former member of the Bartlett
Baptist Church and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Herkimer.
She was a life member of the Myrtle Chapter no. 148 of the Eastern Star
of Herkimer. She was employed for 15 years at Sperry Univac in Ilion,
New York. She later moved to Rome and then to Alliance, Ohio.
Surviving are two daughters, [private] of North Syracuse, New York, and
[private] of Alliance, Ohio, in whose home she resided; five grandchildren;
a sister, Miss Elta A. Wolfe, Lake Delta, New York; a brother, Mr. Clarence
F. Wolfe, Sherill, New York; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services
will be held at Griffin and Aldridge Funeral Home at 3:00 P.M. with calling
hours one hour before.
Memorials may be made to the First Methodist
Church of Herkimer, New York.
From an unnamed and undated New York newspaper:
Miss Anna E. Roberts,
daughter of the late Robert E. Roberts and Sarah M. Roberts, who died at
her mother's home in Mexico August 20th, was on her mother's side a descendant
of Ephraim Potter, many descendants of whom came from the town of Floyd,
Oneida County, and were among the first settlers of Orwell.
She was born in the town of
Remsen, Oneida county, November 7th, 1873. She was baptized in Holland
Patent when sixteen years old by the Rev. Mr. Townsend. She lived in Utica
with Mrs. James T. Booth, her mother's sister, for some time after her
father's death; also with her mother's brother, Asa. C. Draper, Holland
Patent. Until the last four years, she made her home in Oneida county,
when she came to Oswego and remained until death called her home. She has
lived nearly three years in the home of Mrs. J.C. Sprague, West Fourth
Street. She was a member of the West Baptist church, and of the I.O.G.T.
Lodge. She died unexpectedly of bright's disease which had turned to blood
poison. She was in her twenty-third year and had been troubled with
this since she was fifteen years of age. She was confined to her bed only
three days. She leaves a mother, a sister, and a brother. Her sister, S.
May Roberts, lives in Utica and her brother, Ellis Roberts, lives in Mexico.
The body was taken from Mexico to
Prospect, N.Y. Her funeral was held in Mexico the 22d of August. She was
always happy with a smile for everybody, and she leaves many friends in
Oswego who sympathize with the family.
Submitted by Dawna Holst firstname.lastname@example.org
From a 1907 Utica newspaper with photo.
David G. Roberts, who died at his home in
Whitesboro,Tuesday, was one of the old settlers
in Marcy from which place he went to Whitesboro
a few years ago. He was born in N. Wales 82 years ago and in early life
came to America, locating in Marcy. He was industrious, thrifty, and honest,
intelligent in his work and devoted to his church and family.He was frank
and genial in manner and interesting in reminiscence. Besides his wife,
Hannah (Samuels) he leaves three children -- Mrs. E.M. Marson and Thomas
Roberts, of Marcy, and Griffith Roberts,of Philadelphia.
Submitted by: Eugene Anderson email@example.com