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Adoniram Judson Tucker was born abt 1821 in New York and died before 1880. He married about 1842 Catherine Maria Becraft, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth (Miller) Becraft. She was born 6 May 1820 in NY and died after 1880. Adoniram’s occupation is listed on the 1850 Morehouse census as farmer. He is listed as a resident in Road District 1 in 1845. Catherine is found on the 1880 Morehouse census living in the home of her brother, Fredrick Becraft. She is reported as being a 60-year-old widow with nursing as her occupation.
Adoniram and Catherine (Becraft) Tucker had at least these 5 children:
2.2.1. Henry W. Tucker, born abt 1843 <Morehouse> NY 2.2.2. Nancy E. Tucker, born abt 1845 <Morehouse> NY 2.2.3. Helen E. Tucker, born abt 1848 <Morehouse> NY 2.2.4. Caroline Theodosia Tucker, born 11 Oct. 1849 in Morehouse, NY 2.2.5. Minetta A. Tucker, born 8 March 1851 in Morehouse, NY
|Tucker, Adoniram Judson (I58264)
Adelbert A. Himes
Death 1905 (aged 34-35)
Scriba, Oswego County, New York, USA
Memorial ID 17589304 · View Source
son of Charles and Sarah, he was married to Ada Maxon for one year, then married Anna Daniels
Nov. 6-The funeral of Mr. Adelbert Himes who died quite suddenly of pneumonia was held here at the Baptist Church yesterday afternoon. The sermon was by Rev. Mr. Dodiley. The interment was in Hillside Cemetery. Mr. Himes was born here 35 years ago. He was the son of the late Charles Himes. He leaves a wife and six children also a mother and a large number of brothers and sisters. The funeral was largely attended.
Source: Oswego Daily Times, Nov 7, 1905
|Himes, Adelbert A (I57631)
Mabel Kelsy Hubbard
North Wilna, Jefferson County, New York, USA
Lake School Road Cemetery
Jefferson County, New York, USA
Memorial ID 118819645 · View Source
Children of William Hubbard and Mabel Kelsy:
2. ELIZABETH HUBBARD died in infancy
3. ZENAS HUBBARD born 1789; descendants in Georgia
4. LEVI HUBBARD died at Carthage on 24 Oct. 1878
5. IRA HUBBARD died at Carthage in 1871
6. CYRUS HUBBARD; went West
7. ELIJAH HUBBARD; became a hermit in Maine
8. WILLIAM HUBBARD; died in Connecticut
9. HARLOW HUBBARD; went West
10. HIRAM HUBBARD; went West
11. ELIZABETH HUBBARD 2ND; married ASA FRINK and lived in Champion.
12. HEMAN HUBBARD
13. MOSES HUBBARD; died in Champion at 82 years
14. SAMUEL HUBBARD; died in Carthage on 18 March 1889 at 71 years
|Hubbard, William (I57096)
Sarah Ellsworth Mandigo
Birth 11 Feb 1763
Death 19 Jan 1836 (aged 72)
White Farm Loop Road Cemetery
Cairo, Greene County, New York, USA
Memorial ID 21844850 · View Source
She is the daughter of Samuel Ellsworth and Jannetje Palmatier. She married Jeremiah Mandigo at the Dutch Reformed Church in New Hackensack, Dutchess Co., NY on Nov 3,1779.
|Elsworth, Sara (I57354)
Donald C. Morehouse Sr., 91, of 822 Lawrence St., died Sunday, December 12, at Samaritan Keep Home where he was admitted last June. He was born January 8, 1919, in Dexter, NY, the son of Charles R. and Eunice Nottell Morehouse. He graduated from Dexter High School in 1938 and enlisted in the Army in 1941. He served a year with the 101st Calvary regiment, four years with the signal corps and three years in East Africa, Asmara and Eritrea. From 1948 until his discharge in 1953, Mr. Morehouse was in charge of the radio-television studies at the Chaplain School, Fort Slocum, New Rochelle, NY. In 1954 he was employed by WHEN -TV in Syracuse, as a transmitter engineer until the fall when he came to WCNY in Watertown. Mr. Morehouse was promoted to chief engineer of WCNY-TV and WWNY radio on January 3, 1960. He was employed by the broadcast company for over 35 years until his retirement in January 1987.
He was an avid ham radio operator, acquiring his first radio at the young age 10 years. It was also common knowledge in his circle of friends that "if Don couldn't 'fix it' you might as well throw it away." Another past time over the years was trying to win the lottery.
He married Helen Fargo, daughter of Louis and Anna Fargo of Adams Center on February 7, 1942 at St. Patrick's Church, in Watertown. Mr. Morehouse is survived by his wife of 68 years, and five children, Donald C. Jr. and Christel Morehouse, Lowville, NY; four daughters and their husbands, Helen and Bob Hillis, Sodus, NY, Anita and Jim Wheeler, Pulaski, NY, Anne and Scott Greene, Heneritta, NY, and Mary and Ray Weston, Watertown, NY; 15 grandchildren and 3 step-grand children, 9 great grandchildren and 9 step-great grandchildren. A half-sister, Paulanita Beam pre-deceased him in 2008.
He was a communicant of St. Patrick's Church.
|Morehouse, Donald C. Sr. (I28552)
EVERTS/EVARTS OF OSWEGO COUNTY:
OLD & NEW LETTERS
By Esther Rancier
Charles Shaughnessy and Esther Rancier both researching different lines in Oswego County, N.Y. met on the Internet beginning an exchange which Everts/Evarts researchers may find useful. Charles' wife, Betsy, is a descendant of Philo Everts, 1792-1858 of Mexico.
In an effort to sort out the Everts lines, Charles used the standard source for Everts' genealogy, an article in the New England Historic Genealogical Register, v. 61, p. 25-30, compiled by Ralph D. Smith, "John Evarts of Guilford, Conn. and His Descendants." The material begins with John Evarts being made a freeman at Concord, MA in 1637/8. John's grandson Nathaniel3 (John2 John1) lived in East Guilford, CT, but many of his children removed to Salisbury, CT and Salisbury, VT.
The grandson, Daniel3 (Daniel2 John1), also of Guilford, had a grandson Solomon5 (Samuel4 Daniel3 Daniel2 John1) b. 24 Feb. 1763, who went to Mexico, N.Y. No further details given.
Later in 1815 a Solomon Everts owned lot 54 next to Phineas Davis. He was in town earlier, as a local story related - "Old Solomon Everts" said there never were rats in Mexico, until people began to raise corn about 1811 or 12.
Elizabeth M. Simpson in her work, 'Mexico, Mother of Towns', found that in 1804, Samuel G. and Ebenezer Everts came to Mexico from Salisbury, CT. "The two brothers had lost their wives in a fever epidemic in 1801, Samuel G. being left with a family of nine: Elijah, Samuel G. Jr., Walter,Luther, Electa, Sarah, Asenath, Olive, and Julia while Ebenezer had six children: Mary or 'Polly', Waita, Melinda, Ebenezer, Jr., Frederick and Philo."
To assist his research, Charles posted a will abstract of Philo Everts of Mexico, N.Y. on the Internet 6 July 2001.
"Everts, Philo - Mexico, Oswego (E-412) New York
Will made Sept. 2, 1857. Proved Oct. 15, 1858.
Wife: Sally, Executrix, $150 in addition to real estate.
Daughters: Hannah $400, Harriet $250, May $250.
Sons: Morgan, executor $62. Philo $100 (Algernon was deceased, but his children Nathan M.? and Alice E. Everts are listed to receive $100 each upon turning age 21). Reuben $37, Erastus C. ? $162, and Henry. The remainder of his estate is to be shared equally by four of his sons, Henry, Morgan, Reuben and Erastus C.?.
Witnesses: Samuel H. Stone, Timothy W. Skinner, Samuel H. Jones."
He received a response:
"Thank you for posting the Everts' will.... Was the son, Henry, mentioned b. ca. 1824 or ca. 1801? The 1801 Henry, married Fanny; the 1824 Henry married Joanna Soule, daughter of Constant Soule of Richland, N.Y. This latter Henry, had a son, Morgan, b. 1853, who probably died young as he was not in 1880 census." Charles replied, "There was a Henry Everts who settled in North Scriba, Oswego, New York in 1798. His son, Henry Everts, Jr. was the first white child born there. He could have been the Henry born in 1801. I don't know if there was a Henry in the next generation of that family. Philo's children's birth years included Eben Perry b. 1816, Morgan, b. 1828 and Mary, b. 1830, so that the Henry, b. 1824 had a son named Morgan, it seems possible that he could have been named for Henry's brother, Morgan. So your Henry may be the Henry, son of Philo, named in the will. I think the Henry who settled in 1798 was a son of Gilbert Everts, who was a first cousin to 1804 settlers Samuel Gillette Everts and Ebenezer Everts, brothers."
Later, Charles added more information, "Morgan Everts was a surgeon, was on the 1860 census Mexico, enlisted in the Union Army in 1862, was on the 1870 census Webster, Hamilton County, Iowa and was in California, later. There is a Morgan Everts Library in Clarion, Iowa... but I don't know the connection, if any. My wife Betsy's cousin, has an oil portrait of Morgan, handed down from Franklin Davis Weygint, Morgan's nephew, Mary's son and my wife's great grandfather....
"Do you happen to know where the following people fit in? Franklin Everts (1864 will); Asa D. Everts, executor and brother; Delos Everts and Orville Everts, brothers; Asa D. Everts, Orville Roberts and Myron Everts, trustees for Delos and Orville Everts; Cyrus Whitney and Myron Everts, witnesses. I believe there was an Asa Davis in Oswego [County] in the early years and that Asa Everts' middle name is Davis. I think my wife's great grandfather, Franklin Davis Weygint may have been named for Franklin Everts and the Davis Family. I don't know how these people are related to our Mary Everts, b. 1830."
Charles then offers the following: "I will send the will of Philo and that of his father, Ebenezer.... I will include a transcription of a 1921 letter mentioning the Asa Davis Association and another with vital statistics on Elijah's family compiled by a descendant."
"My wife's ancestors are Mary Everts 1830-1901 and Reuben Weygint 1818-1894, buried in the ... Primitive Cemetery in Mexico, Oswego. We have Mary's parents as Sally Johnson and Phil Everts 1792-1858.... To formally introduce my wife: Betsy Weygint Bergen is her maiden name. (Mrs. Shaughnessy for 30 years.) Her 'daughtered out' Everts line is: Betsy, Phyllis Marie Weygint Bergen, Walter Weygint, Franklin Davis Weygint, Reuben Weygint and Mary Everts, Philo Everts, Ebenezer, Elijah, Nathaniel, John1-2. Betsy's family has always spelled it Evarts."
Here is the 1921 letter from Walter S. Evarts to Franklin Davis Weygint. It was transcribed by Dorothy Carolyn Weygint Delong, the youngest of four daughters of Walter Weygint and granddaughter of Franklin Davis Weygint. She is still living in 2001 and employed. After the signature, there are two notes which were added by "Aunt Dorothy". These notes are followed by a series of data about Elijah Everts, Deacon, which are signed Melinda Calkins, who probably was the daughter of Ebenezer Everts.
7 Windsor St. Andover, Mass.
I trust you will pardon me for not writing you before as you asked me to do after I had made a visit to Mexico. We arrived home from Calif. on July 19th. We left Detroit about Oct. 1st to make a little visit to my daughter, Mrs. E. H. Ziegler in NY City, also my daughter, Mrs. R. B. Homer of Boston, or rather Andover. We had planned to go to Florida for the winter and in fact motored as far as Durham, NC where we received word that previous arrangements which were made for my daughter's Auntie, to come and stay with her for the winter had fallen thru. Mrs. Homer expected a new arrival about the middle of Feb and Mr. Homer being a naval officer was called to sea, Dec. 26th and with her two other kiddies we felt guilty to leave her alone, especially as she has been quite miserable during her confinement. Hence, we wintered so far in a cold clime although the weather has been fine most of the time. We have no snow nor have we had any to speak of. I stopped over in Mexico only two days, coming east Mrs. Ziegler came up to Det. and motored home with us. She wanted to see my native country "Some place." Our lot at the cemetery is now in fine shape. I have had the trees trimmed up, the lot was all spaded up and new dirt drawn in to terrace it up (as it was too low) fertilizer put on and new dirt seeded. Also when there before I had all the stones and monuments cleaned and some of the stones I had reset as they were loose at the base. Also, I had the chain put in order, which was loose at the posts. I made arrangements with Mr. T. A. Stevins while there to look after the lot, hereafter. He lives up near the cemetery and said he would keep the grass and weeds out and keep it in good condition, which will not cost much now as the Myrtle and weeds are out and in good shape. You will see by the enclosed clipping, wince I have cleaned up our lot it has started some of the other citizens to wake up and take some interest. You spoke of being willing to pay a portion of the expense. Because I did this on my own initiative, you can do as you wish. It will be all right with me either way. It cost me $55.00 for this work. Aunt A-- Evarts, Lute and Rolls' Mother, died this last Dec. I don't know whether you remember her or not. She was Lorenzo Evarts Widow. My step-mother also died last Sept. Warren Everts is the only one of the older ones living. He was Perry Everts' son. The Everts family is almost extinct in Oswego County. It gives me the willies every time I go down there. I might add that Lute, is living all alone in the old farm (he never married) he has always lived with and taken care of his Mother. I had a letter from Dora* sometime ago and was glad to hear from her. Had we gone to Florida I was going to motor back via McMinnville to Detroit and call and see her. I am going to try and go down to Urbana, Ohio this summer and see George Everts. I have not seen him for 29 years. His two daughters are both married. His only son, Walter, was killed riding a bicycle some four or five years ago. I sent Dora the obituary notice which was taken from the Urbana papers at the time.
Now in regard to the Everts genealogy, I motored over to West Lynn last fall and made the acquaintance of -------Everts, the man who is getting the data. He has not done very much lately, as he had not been very well, and another thing, we have not been able to get hold of any blanks. He says just as soon as we can get some blanks he will get busy and as soon as he gets more data will have it put in book form. He seems like a nice fellow. I would like to spend more time in Salisbury, Oh and dig around and see what I can find out. I may motor over there on our way back to Det. We will be here to the 1st of April at least. It is rather quiet here in the east as yet - the big textile mills at Laurence, Lowell in fact all thru New England are not doing much yet. Boston is tied up with a big strike of the Allied and Building trade unions, carpenters, bricklayers, plumbers, cement workers, etc.
Well, Frank, I would be mighty glad to hear from you any time and will try to keep you posted in regard to the genealogy. Did I tell you the Asa Davis Association of Boston are getting data together for a genealogy of the Davis family? I have my order in for one when completed of the Davis family. Do you want one?
I trust this finds yourself and family all well and hoping to see you some time and hear from you once in a while.
I am sincerely yours, Walter S. Evarts
*Dora was Franklin Weygint's sister. She died when we were living in Brookings, South Dakota - in late1930's. Franklin Weygint was our grandfather and died in 1922 or early 1923 I think - at least, I was told he died when I was 1 year old.
Transcriptions from old fragile document I ran across some years ago. I had some problems with the handwriting. Elijah Everts, Deacon
Elijah Everts and Mary, his wife, were married Monday May 25, 1741
Mary, their daughter born December 13th, 1741; deceased February 9th 1748
Elijah, their son born February 9th, 1743
Ebenezer, their son born January 29, 1747
Their twins born September 19, 1749
Elijah Everts, father to Ebenezer and Samuel Everts, deceased December 4th, 1754
Mary, his wife deceased September 28th 1783
Elijah Everts, deceased November 5th 1813 - age 68
Samuel Everts, deceased December 3rd 1834, aged 87 years and 10 months.
On back side: Mr. Samuel Everts, Mexico
Later Charles added more data to help fill in the letter. "The materials I sent you were also sent to Charisa Calvert ... who ... is a descendant of Samuel Gillette Everts, brother of our Ebenezer, both sons of Elijah Everts. The 'Aunt A--' in the letter, is her ancestor Artemsia Snell Everts Brown and the 'Lute and Rolls' are Luther and Rolland. Charisa Calvert has postcards from Walter and Gertrude Evarts dated 1922. They were still 'motoring' around the country and writing to cousins. The postcards are addressed to Mr. & Mrs. R. R. Evarts who are Rolland Richard Evarts and Margaret Stockwell, great grandparents of Charisa.
"The Salisbury, Ohio mention in the letter would mean that Walter was planning to look into a more distant branch of the family, the descendants of Elijah's brother, Sylvanus Evarts, who was a Vermont Tory during the Revolution, married to Elisheba Chittenden, sister of Vermont Governor Thomas Chittenden. I don't know if Sylvanus left Vermont, but his son, Ambrose, removed to Salisbury, Ohio. Some descendants went on to Michigan City, LaPorte, IN. I found the following references to the family:
"1) Ambrose Everts b. 27 Nov. 1759 in CT; d. 4 Mar. 1802 in OH; married to Ashsah Binghamb. 18 Dec. 1760 in Salisbury, CT; d. 1832. Their son, Gustavas Adolphus Everts b. 17 Aug. 1797 in Athens Co. OH; d. Jan. 1884 in Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., TX.
"2) [OHMEIGS] Dr. Brewster Higley facts Contents - Type: text/plain; Charset="1so-8859-1" Here is a list of facts on Dr. Highley vi? He was born in Rutland, OH, on November 30, 1823... His mother's name was Ashsah Everts, At the age of 18 he began to study medicine in New Plymouth, OH.
In the spring of 1848, he went to LaPotre, IN and formed a partnership with his uncle, Dr. Everts. He wrote the poem 'Home on the Range' in Kansas. His neighbor, Dan Kelly, a banjo player from Virginia, set the poem to music. 'Home on the Range' was the favorite song of President Franklin Roosevelt. Roy Rogers called it the 'Cowboy's National Anthem'. American soldiers on every front during WW II, sang it.
"3) 1850 census IN, LaPorte Co., Michigan City Reel no:157 page no: 295B
20 151 159 Everts Sylvanus 62 m Physician Vermont
21 151 159 Everts Elizabeth 55 F Maine
22 151 159 Everts Julia Elvina 19 F Indiana
23 151 159 Everts Thomas H 15 m Indiana
"I found the following in History of Oswego County, New York by Crisfield Johnson, p. 273.
'The North Mexico Methodist Episcopal Church. Meetings were held at this point at quite an early day. The present church was erected in the summer of 1846, by the Methodists and Baptists, in union, with the understanding that each should have the use of the house on alternative Sabbaths. In 1875 the members of the Methodist denomination, purchased the interest of the Baptists and meetings have since been held by the former only. Prior to 1875 this was a branch of the Holmesville society, and at present one pastor supplies both pulpits. The number of members is sixty-two. Frederick, Adelina, Philo and Sally Everts, Joel and Electa Roberts, ... Davis and Mary Everts, ... and Albert Everts were among the early members and supporters of the church."
The 1921 letter from Walter S. Evarts, talked about clearing up the Everts/Evart graves in the Primitive Cemetery. The graves Walter meant were the following:
Samuel G. - Revolutionary War soldier; grave unmarked
Philo July 26, 1858, 66y
Sally, his wife, Sept. 26, 1862, 65y [Johnson]
William Feb. 1852, 62y
Caroline June 1, 1827, 32y
S. July 13, 1820, 58y [Could this be Solomon?]
Elizabeth, wife of Samuel?. May 5, 1818, 81y
J. Newton, June 30, 1869, 59 y
Martha, dau. of John N. & Rhoda Feb. 24, 1848, 8y
Lorenzo, Jan. 8, 1870, 43y
Bertie R., Son of L & A, Dec. 28, 1869, 5y
Amelia F., dau. of E.P. & B., June 17, 1868, 23y
Eliza A., 2d dau. of E.P. & B., Mar. 1, 1875, 24y
Perry, Oct. 11, 1877, 62y
Betsey, wife of Perry, Dec. 15, 1894, 76y
Orville, June 16, 1832-Dec. 2, 1864
George W., Apr. 3, 1839-Sept. 27, 1865
Deloss, June 13, 1824-July 4, 1873
Franklin, Feb. 12, 1964, 36y
William, May 27, 1907, 72y
Hattie, w. of William W.; Apr. 13, 1864, 25y
Davis, July 1, 1873, 47y
Mary S., w. of Davis; June 17, 1826 - May 28, 1867
Channy, son of C & E; June 20, 1866, 1y
Walter July 7, 1784 - Mar. 1, 1874
Elizabeth, w. of Walter; May 29, 1863, 62y
Algernon, Mar. 21, 1856, 26y
In addition they also worked on the nearby Weygint graves:
Mary Everts, w. of R.T. 1830 - 1901
Bessie E., June 6, 1865 - Dec. 15, 1865
Nellie E., May 22, 1855 - Oct. 13, 1867, children of RT & ME
Further note on the 1921 letter, the Lute who is mentioned as living alone on the farm was listed in the 1917 Oswego County, NY Farm Directory as Luther M. Everts, farmer (milk) 56 acres, RD 1, Mexico. He died in 1924 and is buried in the Primitive Cemetery.
From the N.Y. Oneida Co. Will Books, v. 1-3 Charles supplied a copy of the will of Ebenezer Everts:
"In the name of god Amen - I, Ebenezer Everts, of the Town of Mexico in the County of Oneida and State of New York, being of sound mind and memory, and taking into consideration the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death do make ... this my last will and testament. That is to say first and principally I give my soul to God who gave it and my body to the Earth from which it was taken. And thinking of my worldly estate, I give my heirs and dispose of the same in the following manner - that is to say -
First, I give and devise unto my youngest son, Frederic Everts ... thirty-eight acres and a half, which I hold by deed from George Scriba. Lying on the north end of no. 27 to be taken by parallel lines with the north line of the said lot to hold to him, Frederic and his heirs and assigns forever.
Secondly, I give and devise unto my daughter, Malinda Everts her heirs and assigns twenty acres of land next adjoining south of what I have given my son, Frederic, to be taken in the like parallel lines to hold .... Thirdly, I give and devise unto my daughter, Waighty Savage, her heirs and assigns, ten acres of land next & adjoining south of what I have given my daughter Waighty....
Whereas I have made no provision for my wife, Lydia, in this my will on account of the following reasons, viz. - She hath not performed the duty she owed to my family. She has applied a great part of her labor to her for her own children. The hardships she would injure my family what she could. She has for about a year left my house and family concerns and has refused to come home when requested. Therefore my will is that if she should survive me, that she have no part of my estate. And I hereby appoint my son, Philo Everts, Executor of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty-fourth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. [Aug 24, 1813]
Signed, sealed, Published... by the said Ebenezer Everts as his last will and testament....
Subscribed our names: Gail W. Morton, Solomon Evarts, Walter Evarts
For the record, Ebenezer's first wife was Hannah Perry, but only the name, Lydia, is known about the second marriage.
In a thank you note to Charles this material was extracted from Tree Talks about the Everts/Evarts families: "12:3 Maple View Cemetery - Laura E. (House) wife of Frank Everts 1872-1924.
16:2 Betsey Everts, late widow of James Whitney, now wife of Luther Everts from Oswego Co. Dower, dated 7 Sept. 1821. 17:3 Samuel Everts of Mexico Wife: Lucinda Sons: Myron & Avery Daughters: Matilda, Alma, Sarah Executors: Lucinda & Myron 25 March 1841 Witnesses: Joel Roberts, Elias Brewster, Ichabod N. Dunning, Cyrus & Lydia Ann Lull. Oswego Co. Wills, Bk. B, p. 174.
All further items are gravestones from Mexico Village Cemetery - 25:
1 William Fletcher Everts 1827-1910 = Frederick Everts 1 June 1847, age 49 = Adeline, wife of Frederick, Mar. 13, 1877, age 77. 26:
2 Lulie Everts, dau of M & JL Oct. 30, 1864, age 3. 27: 1 Sarah Hutchins Everts 1821-1881. 27:
3 Samuel Everts Dec. 8, 1842, age 62 = Lucinda Slack, wife of S., Feb. 9, 1865, age 72 = Milton Everts Aug. 29, 1884, age 66 = Avery Everts Apr. 16, 1858, age 26. 29:3 Myron Everts June 20, 1908, age 92 = Lucretia Matthews, wife of Myron Everts Apr. 30, 1892, age 73 = Charles H. Everts 1854-19--; Emma Aird, wife of C.H. 1854-19-- = Matilda Everts, wife of Lyman Payne, Mar. 7 1909, age 85. 30:1 Margaret Everts, wife of H. M. 1853-1930. 30:2 A.D. Everts b. Mexico, NY Aug. 25, 1819 d. Houston, Texas Nov. 6, 1859, age 37 = Matilda E., wife of A.D. d. Galveston, Texas Nov. 6, 1858, age 37 = Elijah Everts Apr. 2, 1852, age 75 = Dianthe, wife of Elijah, July 6, 1840, age 54. 30:3 Charles L. Everts 1838-1917 = Rosalie E., wife of C. L. 1842-1923 = Channy C., son of Carl 1864-1867. 31:2 Charles M. Everts Co. D 5th Regt. NYV 1841-1912 = Matilda M., wife of C. M. 1844-1895 (Whipple)
To help understand who some of the Everts/Evarts living in Mexico were Simpson's Mexico explains Asa D. Everts was the son of Walter Everts who married Betsey Davis, daughter of Asa and Polly (Herring) Davis. Ebenezer Everts bought lots 27 and 19 in Mexico. His daughter, Mary "Polly" Everts married Brainard Selby. Elijah Everts' daughter, Eliza, married Solomon Tillapaugh. Elijah owned lot 18. Joel Roberts married Samuel G. Everts' daughter, Electa. They owned lot 10.
In the 1820 census there were 2 Evarts - Luther and Samuel in Mexico. Also at Mexico were five Everts - Bessey, Elijah, Luther, Philo, Walter. In Oswego, Henry Everts lived. At Volney, a Hyman Everts was listed. Brainard Selby, husband of of Mary Everts Selby, lived next door to Bessey. Luther Everts resided two houses away. While Luther Evarts lived next to Joel Roberts, husband of Electa Everts Roberts.
By 1830 little had changed. In Volney, Hyman had become Heman. In Mexico, there was a Harley Evarts. Luther Everts had disappeared from the census. In the entire US there were only 81 Everts Heads of Household recorded. They resided heavily in New York State. While there were 35 Evarts listed who were divided between Connecticut and New York.
Charles Shaughnessy <firstname.lastname@example.org> would be pleased to exchange information with any "long lost cousins", of his wife.
American Agricultural Farm Directory and Reference Book of Oswego County, NY, 1917-1918. Judd, 1917.
Cutter, William H. Genealogical and Family History of Central New York. New York: Lewis Historical, 1912.
Foley, Janet Wethy. Early Settlers of New York State, v. 2. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing.
Johnson, Crisfield. History of Oswego County, New York. Philadelphia: Everts, 1877.
N.Y. Oneida Co. Will Book, v.1-3.
N.Y. Oswego Co. Wills, v. E, p. 412-417.
"Oswego County, " Tree Talks, v. 12, no. 3-v. 31, no. 2.
"Oswego County, New York State Federal Census, 1820," Tree Talks, v. 16, no. 3 (1976).
Private communications between Charles Shaughnessy and Esther Rancier.
"Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths in Middlesex County, in the Office of the Clerk of the Courts
at Cambridge," New England Historic Genealogical Register, 4:271 & 8:347.
Simpson, Elizabeth M. Mexico, Mother of Towns. Buffalo: Clement, 1949.
Smith, Ralph D. "John Evarts of Guilford, Conn. and His Descendants," New England Historic Genealogical Register, v. 61, p. 25-30.
U.S. 1850 Indiana census.
U.S. 1830 federal census.
"Will: Philo Everts of Mexico, Oswego, N.Y." Available [Online] http://genforum.genealogy.com/everts/messages/225.html [5 August 2001]
|Everts, Philo (I67750)
Frank E. Johnson, Jr.
February 09 1939 - July 30 2022
Obituary of Frank E. Johnson, Jr.
Frank E. Johnson Jr., 83, resident of Pulaski, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Saturday, July 30, 2022. He was born February 9, 1939, in Pulaski, NY to M. Irene (Emery) and Frank E. Johnson Sr. He graduated from Pulaski High School in 1957 and earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from SUNY Oswego. He also served in the Merchant Marines. He was an elementary teacher at Lura Sharp Elementary in Pulaski and retired in 1996. On June 29, 1963, he married the love of his life, Nancy Lynn Bliss from Binghamton, NY.
During his youth, he enjoyed playing basketball and football. He took on the role of the father figure exposing his younger siblings to many cultural events. In addition to his love of educating anyone who would listen, he believed in DIY (Do It Yourself) before its time: painting, repairing, and rebuilding anything from household items to sporting goods and furniture was how he spent his free time. If it was broken, Frank could find a way to fix it. His love for refinishing and restoring furniture was what many in the area knew him for. He and Nancy enjoyed traveling, spending time in St Simon’s Island, cruising, watching Broadway shows, listening to big band music, dancing, and entertaining their family and friends. He also loved to share stories over breakfast and go golfing with his friends. He was especially proud of his five grandchildren and loved spending time with them golfing, at musical performances, sporting events and sitting around telling jokes and stories. His sense of humor and quick wit entertained many throughout the years, and you could always count on him for a clever pun or one-liner.
Frank was predeceased by his wife Nancy, sister Evelyn Stedman and his parents. He is survived by his daughters Jill Bennett of Williamsburg, VA and Kris (Ken) Brewer of Verona, NY, grandchildren Justin and Victoria Bennett, Tyler, Nathan and Morgan Brewer, siblings Donald (Jorge Balmaseda) and Ronald (Jim Guilianelli) Johnson, Vickie (Mark) McPeck, as well as several nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held 2 p.m., Wednesday, August 3rd at the Park United Methodist Church, 2 Hubble Street, Pulaski, immediately followed by a reception in the church social hall. A burial will be held at the convenience of the family. Arrangements by Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 52 Park Street, Pulaski.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Pulaski Historical Society, PO Box 721, Pulaski, NY 13142.
Class of 1957 PACS
|Johnson, Frank Edward Jr. (I4551)
|Wood, Wallace A. (I30482)
Jeannine M. Delaney, 89, a resident of 102 East Oneida Street in Oswego, passed away Saturday, at the Oswego Hospital. Mrs. Delaney was born in Oswego, the daughter of the late Edward P. and Ethel J. (Pelow) Gillen. She was a life resident.
She was a former communicant of St. Louis" Church, and had also attended St. Louis" School. She was the wife of the late William J. Delaney, who died in 1979. She is survived by two daughters, Donna (James) Freeden of Scriba, and Dianne (Timothy) Barnes of Clay; a son, William C. (Debbie) Delaney of Pulaski; a sister, Alma McDermott of Oswego; eight grandchildren, Michael, Tonia, Matthew, Megan, TJ, Shanna, Shelby, and Samantha; six great-grandchildren, Whitney, Deondra, Kayla, Johnna, Jessica, and Tyler; and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents and husband, she was predeceased by two brothers, Richard Gillen and Howard Gillen; and two sisters, Gertrude "Toots" Ames, and Melrose Tonkin. Calling hours will be held Monday, January 29th, from 4:00 to 6:00, with a service to follow at 6:00, at the Dain-Cullinan Funeral Home, 112 East Second Street in Oswego. Burial in St. Paul"s Cemetery at a later date.
|Gillen, Jeannine M. (I56266)
Jeremiah Graves (706) was born 20 Aug. 1787, and died 30 Nov. 1880 near Hallsport, Allegany Co., NY. He married Susanna Tice, daughter of Henry Tice, on 25 April 1809. She was born 7 March 1789 and died 20 Aug. 1854. He married second Susan Squires in Sept. 1854. He had lived at Harpersfield, Delaware Co., NY and near Hallsport.
Jeremiah and his brother Seth settled on lot 32 in the town of Willing, Allegany Co., NY in 1830 (then the town of Scio). Jeremiah came from Addison, Steuben Co., NY. In 1838 he moved his family to Fulmer Valley, town of Independence, Allegany Co., NY, where he maintained his blacksmith shop. He was a blacksmith by trade. They were also members of the First Day Baptist Church. Their monuments are in the Fulmer Valley Cem. (R‑32, R‑500)
Children - Graves, by Susanna Tice
1856. William Bela Graves, b. 4 Oct. 1810, never married, d. 12 Jan. 1857.
1857. Mahala Graves, b. 5 Jan. 1812, m. David Burdick.
+1858. Julianna Graves, b. 14 May 1814, m. Jacob Fulmer, 21 Oct. 1841, d. 20 Dec. 1845.
1859. Polly Maria Graves, b. 8 March 1815, m. Henry DeWitt Clinton (of Brockwayville, PA), 25 Feb. 1832 (Addison, Steuben Co., NY). He was descended from Sheldon4, Henry3, Shiebael2, Lawrence1 Clinton.
+1860. Daniel Tice Graves, b. 9 June 1816, m. Catherine Ann Fulmer, 11 Feb. 1843, d. 13 Feb. 1884.
1861. Laura Graves, b. Feb. 1818, d. 30 April 1819.
+1862. Rebecca Graves, b. 7 April 1819, m. Theodore Livermore, 20 Nov. 1839, d. 30 Dec. 1915.
+1863. Jeremiah Graves, b. 21 Aug. 1821, m. Lany Maria Lewis, 19 July 1846, d. 16 Jan. 1879.
+1864. John Graves, b. 27 Feb. 1823, m. Sarah Covill (or Covel), 15 Oct. 1849, d. 10 Jan. 1906.
+1865. Nancy Graves, b. 25 March 1825, m. Joseph A. Leonard, 19 July 1846, d. 9 Feb. 1850.
1866. child, b. and d. 13 March 1827.
+1867. Henry Taylor Graves, b. 24 March 1829, m(1) Samantha M. Norton, 20 March 1849, m(2) Lucinda Norton, 24 Oct. 1858, m(3) Elizabeth Kimble Bly, 13 Sept. 1912, d. 13 Feb. 1924.
+1868. Curtis Parkhurst Graves, b. 19 (or 17) Aug. 1831, m. Olive Jane Andrus (or Andrews), 31 Dec. 1861, d. 13 Jan. 1878.
|Graves, Jeremiah (I82720)
Richard J. Hibbert, 69, of Oswego died Monday at St. Joseph Hospital after a brief illness. Mr. Hibbert was born in Oswego the son of the late Leo and Maryann (Briggs) Hibbert. He retired in 2002 from SUNY Oswego as a supervisor in the Janitorial Department. He worked as a longshoreman for thirty years at the Port of Oswego Authority. Mr. Hibbert served in the US Airforce in the Philippines, and at Otis Airforce Base Massachusetts, where he was assigned special security for former President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. He was a proud member of the music minister for the Lord’s Delight Prayer Community. Mr. Hibbert was a communicant of St. Joseph Church for 23 years. Mr. Hibbert was predeceased by his brother Leo Hibbert. He is survived by his wife of forty-eight years Joan Hibbert of Oswego, his children Pamela (Lawrence) North of Oswego, Anna (Jonathan) Waite of Parish, Renee (Michael) Mournighan of Oswego, Veronica Hibbert of Oswego, Maribeth Hibbert-Nelson of Oswego, siblings Ann (Frank) Brand of FL, Patricia (Robert) Gehan of Scriba, William (Leona) Hibbert of Oswego, Cynthia (Maurice) Leavens of Oswego, Raymond (Judith) Hibbert of Scriba, Randy (Cindy) Hibbert of Central Square, Bernadette Grinnell of Palermo, grandchildren Tanya, Matthew, Larry, Michael, Anastasia, Elizabeth, J.P., Tommy, Katheryne, James, Lilly and great grandson Landon, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Friday 9:00 a.m. at St. Joseph Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated. Burial will be in St. Peter’s Cemetery. Calling hours will be Thursday 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home 147 W. 4th. St Oswego.
|Hibbert, Richard J (I69605)
Known as Carrie. She later married Lansing Tanner (March 6, 1892) After 1910 she is "missing" from records. This informations from Connie Skilinskis and LuAnn Tanner Dobson. (2004)
|Manning, Caroline (I30301)
MANNSVILLE, N.Y. (WWNY) - Keitha M. Richer, 91, Mannsville, passed away Tuesday, July 16th at her home under the care of her family and Hospice of Jefferson County.
Funeral Service will be held on Friday, July 19th at 2:00 pm at the Carpenter-Stoodley Funeral Home, Belleville. Burial will follow the service in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek. Calling hours will precede the service 12 pm- 2 pm at the funeral home.
Keitha is survived by her 4 daughters, Linda (Clifford) Taylor, Sandy Creek; Loretta Eastman, Mannsville; Loraine (Gene Brimmer) Palmer, Lorraine; Labecca (David Manchester) Miller, Mannsville; 10 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, 4 great-great grandchildren, 2 brothers-in-laws, Everett and Ralph Miller. Also surviving are several nieces, nephews and her kittie named Kittie. Keitha was predeceased by her parents, 2 husbands, Howard Miller, Everett Richer, 2 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren and her son-in-law James Eastman.
She was born in Watertown, January 9, 1928, a daughter to Linnie and Myrtle Hogan Hilton.
She enjoyed crafting with her rip out girls, working in her flower gardens and watching the hummingbirds, cardinals and owls in her backyard. Keitha was one to always stay active and enjoy being outdoors.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Shriner’s Hospital at a location of one’s choice.
|Hilton, Keitha Mae (I76343)
March 12, 1911 - Hiram Fellows, age 76 years, 11 months, 27 days, Married, born in Pulaski, Son of Isaac Fellows born in Connecticut, and Cynthia Youngs born in Connecticut, Died in Richland Township of cerebral hemorrhage, old age.
Newspaper Obituary - Wednesday, March 15, 1911 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - Hiram Fellows, a lifelong resident of this town, died at his home in the Spring Brook district, Sunday. He had been in feeble health for some time. He was about eighty years of age. He leaves a wife and one brother, James Fellows, of this village. His funeral was held from the home, yesterday at two o'clock, Rev. Frederick Maunder, officiating.
|Fellows, Hiram (I55118)
MARY HULLAR, 76
Newspaper October 4, 1993 | Times Union, The (Albany, NY)
Page: B6 | Section: CAPITAL REGION
207 Words | Readability: Lexile: 950, grade level(s): 5 6 7
Services were held Sunday for Mary E. Colvin Hullar, 76, of South Avenue, South Bethlehem, who died Sept. 29 at her home.
Mrs. Hullar was born in Altmar, Oswego County. She lived in the South Bethlehem area since 1968 and previously had lived in East Syracuse.
She worked at the Solvay Process chemical plant in Syracuse. She was also a licensed hairdresser in the Capital District area, worked for Farm Family Insurance and worked as a baker at the Becker School in Selkirk.
Mrs. Hullar was a member of "The Club" in East Syracuse, member of the Bethlehem Grange 137 in Selkirk, South Bethlehem Methodist Church and member of the United Methodist Women. She was also a member of the Sunshine Senior Citizens and was an avid bowler.
Survivors include her husband, Francis I. Hullar; two daughters, Linda Kirkland of Chevy Chase, Md., and Nona Wilson of Selkirk; a sister, Alice Clemens of Red Field, Oswego County; and three grandchildren.
The service was Sunday at South Bethlehem United Methodist Church on Willowbrook Avenue in South Bethlehem.
Burial was in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in South Bethlehem, under the direction of the Meyers Funeral Home in Delmar.
Contributions may be made in her memory to the South Bethlehem Methodist Church, South Bethlehem.
|Colvin, Mary Elizabeth (I66006)
moved from Brown's Landing Cemetery September 13, 1883 (Douglas Diary, Pulaski Democrat)
|McChesney, Elisabeth Ann (I29015)
Story Published: Oct 16, 2012 at 3:45 PM EDT
Story Updated: Oct 16, 2012 at 3:57 PM EDT
The funeral service for Bruce S. Cobb 69, of 6109 Machold Circle, will be 12 Noon Friday, October 19th, at the Carpenter-Stoodley funeral home, Belleville, with Rev. Patrick A. Ratigan officiating.
Burial will be in the Ellisburg Cemetery at the convenience of the family.
Calling hours will be 10:00 AM to Noon Friday, prior to the funeral service, at the funeral home.
Bruce passed away Sunday, October 14th, at home with Hospice of Jefferson Co. and his beloved wife, of 51 years, Paula by his side.
Bruce was born November 24, 1942 in Syracuse, a son of Hubert L. and Dorothy M. Snyder Cobb. He was the eldest of three sons. He was a 1961 graduate of Belleville Central School, he was active in all sports and FFA, he also served as president of his senior class.
He married Paula Sayers September 9, 1961 in the Ellisburg Methodist Church. He worked at Queens Farms milk plant while also working on the family farm. He left Queens Farms to take over the family farm until discontinuing farming in 1981. He returned to work for Queens Farms, retiring when the milk plant closed in 1995.
Along with his wife Paula, he is survived by a son, Norman and Rose of Florida; a daughter Christine and James Moreton of Henderson; seven grandchildren; four great grandchildren; a brother Wayne and Louise of Alaska; four aunts and an uncle, several nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by a son Andy; a brother James on September 25th; and a nephew Jason.
Bruce enjoyed square dancing, bowling and watching Yankee baseball. He was a long time member of the Ellisburg Fire Department, the Teamsters union and St. Cecilia’s Church.
He would like to thank the Thousand Island Repeater Club for all the memories and friendships, and the following; this is KB2SVL signing off for the last time, God Bless you all.
Online condolences may be made at www.carpenterstoodley.com.
Contibutions in Bruce's name masy be made to; Hospice pf Jefferson Co., 1398 Gotham St., Watertown, NY 13601 or to The Ellisburg Fire Department, Ellisburg, NY 13636.
|Snydner Cobb, Bruce (I16839)
Watertown Daily Times (NY) - Thursday, September 7, 1995
Willet R. Presley, 77, of 28 DeMott St., died at 6:05 a.m. Wednesday at his home after a long illness. He had been under the care of Oswego County Hospice.
The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Summerville Funeral Home, Sandy Creek, with the Rev. Connie Paige officiating. Burial with full military honors will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek.
Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
Surviving are his wife, Doreen; two sons, Ronnie, Orwell, and Jerry, Cicero; a sister, Margaret Seweryneuk, Lacona; seven grandchildren, a great-grandchild and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Two brothers, Joseph and Calvin, died before him.
Born Dec. 30, 1917, a son of Elizabeth James and Willet C. Presley, he was educated in the Sandy Creek school district.
Mr. Presley entered the Army in 1941 and served as a member of the 580th Field Artillery in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. He was stationed in Iceland for a time and was seriously injured and spent a year in Holleran Hospital, Staten Island. He was discharged in November 1945.
He married Doreen L. Hallett May 27, 1944, at the First Baptist Church, Rome, with the Rev. David Boswell officiating.
Mr. Presley retired in 1979 after 39 years of service with Blount Lumber Co.
He was commander of Cable Trail Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8534 from 1978 to 1980 and chairman of the post's hospital equipment loan closet for several years. He received the VFW Political Action Committee Award in 1990, and in 1993 he received the Loyalty Day Award from the women's auxiliary for his service and support of the auxiliary.
An avid baseball fan, he was instrumental in forming Sandy Creek Little League Baseball. He also coached Little League for several years.
SGT US Army World War II
Married May 27,1944
|Presley, Willet Richard (I83496)
Newspaper July 12, 1987 | Syracuse Herald American (NY)
William Isham, 76, of Orton Road, died Saturday.
He was born March 10, 1911, in Hannibal, the son of Charles and Eva Halstead Isham. He attended Hannibal district schools. He was employed by Morris Chain Co. in Ithaca for many years, retiring in 1970. He then moved to Pulaski. He was married to Shirley Skinner on Jan. 6, 1943. Mrs. Isham died in 1986. Mr. Isham attended Pulaski Baptist Church.
Surviving are three sons, William Jr. of Poquoson, Va., Lawrence of Lancaster and Raymond of Pulaski; a daughter, Kathleen Forbes of Altmar; two brothers, Sanford of Central Square and Charles of Phoenix; 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Services will be 10 a.m. Monday at the Pulaski Baptist Church. The Rev. John Von Harten will officiate. Burial will be in Pulaski Cemetery.
Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Foster-Hax Funeral Home, 7385 Park St., Pulaski.
|Isham, William Harrison (I66349)
William Nelson Jr. BIRTH 1910 DEATH 1987 (aged 76-77) BURIAL Hillside Cemetery Scriba, Oswego County, New York, USA MEMORIAL ID 17589287 · View Source
Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) - July 8, 1987Browse Issues
Services for William E. Nelson, 77, of Oswego RD 8 who died Monday at Oswego Hospital, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Kozlowski Funeral Home. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Scriba.
Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 153 W. Bridge St.
Born in Rochester, Mr. Nelson lived in Scriba 50 years. He retired from Ontario Oil Co.
Mr. Nelson was a member and chaplain of the Scriba Fire Department.
Surviving are his wife, Gladys; a daughter, Sheila Sampson of Hannibal; a son, Harold of Pulaski; a brother, Philip of Oswego; two sisters, Grace Trull of Rochester and Mrs. Albert Rivers of Oswego; 15 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
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|22||Seeley, John Harlan (I76570)
|23||Hilton, Agnes Irene (I73659)
|24||Helbock, Frederick Anthony Joseph (I49262)
|25||Shampine, Merton Chester (I44255)
|26||Flagg, Raymond Colvin (I17288)
|27||Ferguson, Hannah (I17873)
|28||Emery, Betty (I8235)
|29||Mattison, Beulah A. (I9002)
|30||Cole, Lyle Bradway (I30765)
|31||Manchester, Carl Francis (I33901)
|32||Doane, Bernice Levi (I19414)
|33||Steward, Lemuel (I23460)
|34||Bump, Amie (I21977)
|Andrews, William Royal (I44957)
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|Bliss, Gary Harlan (I29024)
|Tubbs, Florence R. (I29019)
|White, Esther (I26666)
!!Family records in poss. of Edith Steele
|Bliss, Philenzo Frank (I29063)
|Bliss, Susan Lynn (I79002)
In loving memory of our dear wife and mother who died 4 Mar 1931.
Short and sudden was the call,
Of our beloved one loved by all
We know not why, we cannot tell
But Jesus knows and all is well.
--Elijah Mount and children
(Date unknown, but a New York item on the page was dated 12 May)
On Thursday of last week, while engaged about the house, in her usual family duties, Mrs. Nancy DURFEE, wife of Delos DURFEE, dropped to the floor and died, from heart failure. Coroner CUSACK was called and decided the sudden deah was caused by heart trouble. The funeral was held from her late home on Monday afternoon, interment at Lewis Corners. Mrs. DURFEE and her husband have been residents (illegible line here) years, and they were held in high regard by their friends and acquaintances. In his affliction Mr. DURFEE has the sympathy of all.
1 Franklin August VOLLMER b: 20 Jan 1868 d: 30 Jan 1954
+ Millicent GILLETTE b: 28 Nov 1875 d: 3 Dec 1934
2 Walter VOLLMER b: 3 Dec 1893 d: 4 Aug 1970
2 Mabel Irene VOLLMER b: 31 Mar 1897 d: 7 Oct 1972
2 Dewey Leroy VOLLMER b: 16 Feb 1899 d: 21 Jan 1969
2 Clarence August VOLLMER b: 1902
2 Norma Irene VOLLMER b: 7 Oct 1903 d: 24 May 1964
2 Martha W. VOLLMER b: 16 Jul 1906 d: 8 Oct 1991
2 Dorothy May VOLLMER b: 24 May 1913 d: 29 Jul 2002
2 Bradford James VOLLMER b: 24 Feb 1916 d: Nov 1984
2 Bessie J. VOLLMER b: 1918 d: 1923
|Vollmer, Frank (I64322)
11 family records owned by Edith Steele, Historian .
He moved to Bristol, NY in 1840, with his wife & family...source Ont. Co. History ..family sketches
|Totman, Ward (I26737)
A Good Woman Gone
Minnie Florence DURFEY was born at Union City, Branch Co, MI 7 Feb 1859, and departed for her better home 11 May 1916. She was united in Holy Matrimony to Cyrus Albert DURFEY in the month of April 1876 at Greenville, later moving to Cedar Springs, where they have since resided.
Six children were born to this union, four of whom survive, Mrs. Ethel ANNIS, of Greenville; Mrs. Grace HOUGH, Wilbur, and Florence DURFEY of [this] village.
The deceased leaves, besides her four children, a bereaved husband, three grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Esther CORNWELL and Mrs. Stella Mae BUSH.
Mrs. DURFEY was a woman of splendid character and those who had the privilege of knowing her feel they are better for her having lived. She had been ill for the past few years, but displayed great Christian fortitude during her suffering. The husband and family have the sympathy of the entire community, who mourn with them.
(Obituary is followed by the words to a hymn or poem entitled, "One More in Heav
Birth: befofe Jan 21 1620 - Saffron Walden, Essex, England
Death: Apr 5 1693 - Hempstead, Long Island, New York
Wife: Jenne Mott, Elizabeth Mott, Ann Mott
Children: Grace Mott, Adam Mott, II, Mary Anne Gedney, Gershom Mott
1056. Adam11 Mott (son of James Mott & Grace) was born before 21 Jan 1620/21 at Saffron Walden, Essex, England. He died after 1682 at Hempstead, Queens, New York.
Jenne Hulet on 28 Jul 1647 at New Amsterdam, New Netherlands.
Elizabeth Richbell, daughter of John Richbell and Ann Parsons, in 1667.
1057. Jenne11 Hulet was born in 1625 at Buckinghamshire, England. She married Adam Mott, son of James Mott and Grace (--?--), on 28 Jul 1647 at New Amsterdam, New Netherlands.
THE DESCENDANTS OF ADAM MOTT
Adam Mott is the first heard of in 1645, when he was of New York. On the 28th of July, 1647, he married there, Jane Hulet, he then as from county Essex, and she, a maid, from county Buckingham. His oldest children Adam and James were baptized in New York. Ten years later he was settled at Hempstead, on the north shore, where he continued to reside until his death. There are several important documents upon record concerning him. One, dated 1682, enumerates his "four sonns by my Frist wiffe Jane Mott, viz. Addam, Jeams, John and Joseph". The second ins his will, dated March 12, 1681-2, wherein he names his "eldest son Adam," sons James, John, Joseph and Gershom, dau. Grace, three children of his deceased son Henry, "youngest son Adam," wife Elizabeth and "all ye children I have by her". The third document is an agreement dated 1691 by which the widow confirms certain lands to sons by the first marriage, viz. Adam, James, John and Joseph, being joined therein by one of her own sons, Richbell, probably the only one then of age. The las of these documents is a release given by John Okeson, in 1703, (who had meantime married the youngest daughter by the second wife,) of his interest in the estate which Adam Mott "did give to his six youngest children which he had by his last wife Elizabeth, unto Richbell Mott, William Mott, Charles Mott and Adam Mott, Jr.
The second wife of Adam Mott was the daughter of Ann, the wife of John Richbell of Mamaroneck, probably by a previous husband whose name was Redman. She married not long prior to Nov., 5, 1691, Robert Hubs, and was living as late as 1698, as his wife.
Adam Mott died probably a little while before Apr. 5, 1690.
His children were:-
Adam2, James2, Henry2, Grace2, John2, Joseph2, Gershom2, by the first wife, and
Richbell2, Maryanne2, Elizabeth2 , William2, Charles2, and Adam2 by the second wife.
Of the daughters, Grace married Jonathan Smith, Jr., and Elizabeth mar. John Okeson.
CHILDREN OF ADAM MOTT1 BY JANE HULET :
1. Adam, eldest son, baptized 14th November, 1649.
2. James, " 5th October, 1651.
3. Grace, probably born about 1653.
4. Elizabeth, probably born about 1655 .
5. Henry, probably born about 1657 .
6. John, probably born about 1659 .
7. Joseph, probably born about 1661, died 1735 .
8. Gershom, probably born about 1663.
CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH RICHBELL
9. RICHBELL, probably born about 1668
10. Maryanne, probably born about 1670
11. The yonger son ADAM, probably born about 1672
12. William, born 20th Jamuary, 1674
13. Charles, probably born about 1676
"In 1659. Richard Vallingtyne was one of the five chosen Townsmen of the town of Hempstead. The other four were Francis Wicks, Robert Marvin, Adam Mott and Richard Brutnall."
From The American Genealogist Vol. 35, page 107:
"Another Adam Mott came to Newbury, Mass., and later migrated to Long Island. In the shipping list in 1638 he was aged 19 years, and in his will in 1681 he called himself aged about 60. At his marriage to his first wife, Jane Hallet, in 1647, the Dutch Church records of New Amsterdam enter him as from Essez County. This Adam Mott had children by his first wife named James, Grace, Henry, John, Joseph and Gershom.
"The Saffron Walden Parish Registers contain the following baptisms of children of James and Grace Mott:
Adam, 21 Jan 1620/1
Henry, 31 May 1623
George, 20 Nov. 1625.
"It will be noted that the Adam baptized 1620/1 was of the proper age to be the Long Island settler, and that the names James, Grace and Henry correspond. James Mott, father of the above Adam, may possibly have been son of a Mr. George Mott who was buried at Saffron Walden 7 Feb. 1614/15.
"Probably the two Adams were closely related. Further research in Essex and Cambridgeshire is indicated."
"Adam Mott born 1596 son of John Mott, went to MA on the DEFENCE. He later moved to RI when his father joined him They both seemed to have died in 1661. This Adam is the progenitor of the "RI and CT Motts" His cousin, Adam Mott born 1621 son of JAMES MOTT (brother of John) went to NY on the BEVIS in 1639. He lived on Long Island and is the progenitor of the "NY Motts"
"The father of James and John was JOHN Mott of Saffron Walden. It is very common to mix these two families and to get the Adams confused."
|Mott, Adam (I63378)
Albert A. DURFEY, 70, a retired farmer, died Thursday morning at hishome, No. 259 South Fifth Street. He leaves his wife and one adopted son.
Mr. DURFEY came here two years ago from the town of Granby, where he had been a farmer for several years. He was a member of the G.A.R. Borrowed Time Club, and the Methodist Brotherhood.
The funeral was held at 2:00 on Monday afternoon at the house and a half hour later at the First Methodist Church.
Alice Campbell Gasperini, 81, passed away peacefully after a prolonged battle with emphysema on April 14, 2010, in Santa Barbara, California where she lived with her daughter, Michelle Gasperini Pasini and family. Alice was born on Sept. 18, 1928, the daughter of Alice Katherine and Thomas Alexander Campbell.
Alice always believed that “variety is the spice of life” as she touted in her high school year book, and lived her life with a great sense of curiosity and purpose. She often said that her greatest accomplishments were her children, but she was also a pillar of the Pulaski, New York community for 79 years before moving to California. Her beliefs in volunteerism and community service benefited and enriched many people’s lives. She was a devoted member of the DAR and two-time Regent; she was on the Church Council of the Pulaski Congregational Church, and Board of Directors for the Salmon River Fine Arts Gallery, and Pulaski Historical Museum. She was a member of the Pilgrim’s Guild and Tuesday Study Club, and a volunteer at the Pulaski Public Library.
Alice grew up in Pulaski, N.Y., where she lived most of her life in her family home, owned by her ancestors for the last five generations. She graduated from Pulaski High School in 1946 and attended Brown’s Business School in Long Island, a 2-year college program, and worked in New York City before meeting Eugene Gasperini Jr. and marrying him in 1949. Alice was a devoted wife and mother of 9 children, and greatly involved in all aspects of their lives, from school activities, to driving children to lessons in sailing, horseback riding, tennis, golf, ball games, music, and other things. She always encouraged her children to learn as much as possible, do their best at whatever they were doing, be appreciative, and to explore. Her perspective on travel was unique in that she loved the adventure of going on trips herself, but frequently noted they provided an added pleasure of returning home to Pulaski. She was an avid letter-writer and saved postcards from all of her children’s adventures.
A service of Thanksgiving and Celebration of Life for Alice Gasperini will be held at the Pulaski Congregational Church--A Congregation of The United Church of Christ, 27 Lake Street, Pulaski, N.Y. 13142, on May 1, 2010 at 11 a.m. A call to worship and the invocation will be led by Rev. James C. Tschudy. A reception will follow at the Salmon River Fine Arts Gallery at 19 Lake St. following the service. All family and friends are invited to attend and come celebrate Alice’s life.
Alice is survived by her children, Joseph (Brooke) of South Boston, Peter (Harjit) of Scarsdale, NY, Penny (Frederick) of Santa Barbara, Calif., Stephen of Victoria, Texas, Connie (Marcus) of Denton, Texas, Kathleen of Los Angeles, Michelle (Bill) of Santa Barbara, Calif., and Jeffrey of Orange Lake, Fl., plus 23 grandchildren, and 4 great-grand children. Alice was preceded in death by her husband Eugene Gasperini Jr., and her daughter Alicia.
In lieu of flowers, Alice requested that donations be given to the Pulaski Congregational Church, 7 Lake St., Pulaski, New York 13142; Salmon River Fine Arts Gallery, 19 Lake St., Pulaski, NY; or Pulaski Historical Society, 3428 Maple Ave., Pulaski, NY 13142.
The burial will take place on May 3, 2010, at the All Saints Church and Cemetery, 855 Middle Neck Rd., Great Neck, NY 11024, at 10 a.m. Alice will be buried next to her husband, Eugene Gasperini, Jr., in the Gasperini family plot.
Cards or remembrances may be sent to Joe and Brooke Gasperini, 2607 Halifax Road, South Boston, VA 24592; email@example.com.
|Campbell, Alice (I18343)
ALICE M. COLVIN
Newspaper November 24, 1994 | Syracuse Herald-Journal (NY)
Page: E4 | Section: Obit
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Former East Syracuse resident Alice M. Colvin, 94, died Sunday in Vero Beach, Fla.
A native of Wilson, Conn., Mrs. Colvin lived many years in East Syracuse before moving to Vero Beach in 1959. She was a teacher at Roosevelt High School in Syracuse and was a former principal at Williamstown High School. Mrs. Colvin was a graduate of Syracuse University and received her master's degree from Columbia University. Her husband, Lee F., died in 1987.
Surviving are a sister, Ellen G. Carney of Vero Beach, Fla.; a stepdaughter, Alice Clemons of Osceola; and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. John's Church, Camden. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Williamstown.
Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Sanborn-McDaniels & LaRobardiere Funeral Home, 109 Main St., Camden.
|Carney, Alice Merriam (I66115)
Almira Smith Haggerty
Death 1920 (aged 86-87)
Williamstown, Oswego County, New York, USA
Plot Sec 4
Memorial ID 78244455 · View Source
Mrs. Almira Haggerty
Mrs. Almira Haggerty passed away at the home of her son, William K. Haggerty, early last Wednesday morning, aged 87 years.
The deceased was born near Cedarville, Herkime Co., and was united in marriage about sixty years ago to Lott Haggerty who died six years ago. Grandma Haggerty was a woman of a very congenial disposition. She was very active and maintained her activity to the last.
Deceased was a member of the Methodist church which she served faithfully as long as her strength permitted. As her pastor called upon her during her last days, she often spoke of her great faith in God. Truly God has only called her home to sleep until the resurrection morn.
She leaves to mourn from the home where she has lived and been so tenderly cared for, a son W.K. Haggerty, and his wife and two grandchildren, Barbara and Gladys; three other sons, George of Pulaski, Frank of Ilion and Charles of this village, one daughter, Mrs. Alice Montondo of Syracuse, eleven grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and one great great grandchild.
The funeral was held from the Haggerty home on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Her pastor, Rev. A.A. Lawrence spoke words of sympathy from the text, "She hath done what she could." A most fitting text as her life was one of love and devotion to her family and to her church. Mrs. J.A. Frost and Mrs. A.A. Lawrence sang her favorite selections "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Nearer My God to Thee" with Miss E. Lucile Carr at the piano.
She was laid to rest in the family plot beside her husband in Fair View cemetery.
Source: Sandy Creek News, April 29, 1920
|Smith, Almira (I68359)