||Mrs. John D. Earl of Port Allegany died May 17, 1920, age 74 years.
Survived by children: Mrs. W. H. Hurd, Mrs. Bert Andrews, Mrs. James
Jordan of Port Allegany, Nelson Criss of Coudersport, Mrs. Sherman
Chapin of Port Allegany.
|EARL, Albert K.
||Albert K. Earl, formerly of Homer Twp., died June --, 1914 at
Alberta, Canada, age 62 years. He was the eldest son of John Earl
of Homer Twp. who came to Potter County from Worster, Mass. Survived
by 2 sisters & 2 brothers: Mrs. Alice Crosby, Mrs. Lizzie Church,
E. Alton Earl and John S. Earl.
|EARL, Alfred Edwin
||Alfred Edwin Earle was drowned Sept. 30, 1911 at Costello; born
June 11, 1857 at Almond, NY. Married March 24, 1899 to Carrie Lucille
Kramer of Nunda, NY Survived by wife and children.
|EARL, Carrie Lucille (Kramer)
||Mrs. Edwin Earle of Cowley Run, died June 10, 1913. Her husband
was drowned in the Austin Flood two years ago.
|EARL, John D.
||John D. Earl, Civil War veteran, died Feb. 9, 1911 at Port Allegany.
Survived by wife & 4 sons: Frank, Clayton, Ray & Charles, all of
the state of Washington; and a daughter, Mabel Earl of Coudersport;
also 4 step-children.
|EARL, Mary (Hall)
||Mrs. William M. Earl of Oswayo died Feb. 1, 1907. Her maiden name
was Mary Hall. She was a sister-in-law of J. D. Earle of Coudersport.
Survived by 2 sons & 2 daughters.
|EARL, Mary Alice
||H. O. Crosby & Miss M. Alice Earl married Oct. 29, 1874 at Coudersport.
|EARLE, Carrie L. (Kramer)
||Mrs. Edwin Earle of Cowley Run, died June 10, 1913. Her husband
was drowned in the Austin Flood two years ago.
|EARLE, Glendora Edwin
||Glendora Edwin Earle of Portage & Miss Clara Mae Coy of Austin
married Nov. 8, 1916.
||Carl Eastman & Miss Lucy Campbell, daughter of Mrs. Bertha Erway
married Nov. 29, 1917.
||Mrs. Guy Eastman of Ulysses Twp. died Aug. 14, 1915, age 82 years.
Survived by husband & 3 sons: James & Leon of Gold & Carlton of
||Lessie Eastman of Wrights & Miss Ethel Meacham of Burtville married
June 24, 1920.
||Lena Beckwith & Nelson Eastman, both of Shinglehouse, mar. Feb.
|EASTON, Amy L.
||Amy L. Easton & Fred G. Chandler, both of Roulet, married Dec.
6, 1910 at Coudersport.
|EASTON, Ira E.
||Ira E. Easton of Genesee died Nov. 11, 1913, age 67 years; born
in Madison Co., NY. Married Eliza Hurd of Ellisburg. They had 4
children: Mrs. Gertrude Chapman, Mrs. Maud Reed, Mrs. Esther Raymond
and Harry W. Easton, all of Genesee.
|EASTON, Joseph W.
||Joseph W. Easton & Miss Mildred Waterman, both of Genesee, married
Sept. 4, 1917.
||Mr. Loyal Easton & Miss Florence Turner, both of Coudersport,
were married Monday by Justice Thompson.
|EASTON, Mary E. Crum
||Mrs. Mary E. Crum of Potter Co. & Col. F. Cady of Afton, Chenango
Co. NY, mar. Nov. 3, 1885 at the home of Mrs. Leete in Corry, PA
||Clark Crum of Bingham & Miss Maryetta Easton of Genesee, mar.
June 20, 1876.
||William Cool & Cora Eaton, both of Galeton, mar. June 27, 1893.
|EATON, Edelbert U., Dr.
||Dr. Edelbert U. Eaton of Ulysses died May 25, 1915; born in 1844
in Andover, NY. Married Oct. 1868 to Marcella R. Crandall of Independence,
NY. Three children, two survive: Miss Nellie Eaton of Ulysses and
Mrs. Carrie Gamble of Ovid, NY
|EATON, Eidth Mae
||Mr. & Mrs. Mort Eaton are the parents of a daughter born last
Thursday named Edith Mae.
||William Eaton of Coudersport died April 25, 1911. Buried at Andrews
|EBERLE, Joseph F.
||Joseph F. Eberle of Westfield & Margaret Harrison of Coudersport
married Dec. 10, 1919.
||John Eckert of Roulet died Aug. 11, 1909; born July 2, 1825 in
Germany. Survived by wife, 2 sons, Frank Eckert of Port Allegany
& Lawrence of Roulet, and 1 daughter, Mrs. M. J. Fleming of Port
||Lawrence Eckert of Roulet & Miss Erma Ernst of Sartwell Creek
married Sept. 20, 1916.
||Mrs. John Eckert of Roulet died July 8, 1914, age 74 years. She
was the mother of 10 children, 3 survive: Frank of Port Allegany,
Mrs. M.J. Fleming of Port Allegany & Lawrence of Roulet. Her husband
died 5 years ago.
||John Benjamin Bloomer & Luzerna Edgcomb, both of Homer, PA, mar.
Feb. 11, 1885 by Merrick Jackson, J.P.
|EDGECOMB, Emma (Lewis)
||Mrs. Emma Lewis Edgecomb, formerly of Ulysses & Ayers Hill, died
May 12, 1906 at Austin PA; born April 29, 1827 at Lisle, Broome
Co., NY. Married in 1849 to Nathan Beebe of Harrison, by whom she
had 1 son, H. H. Beebe. They were divorced. She married 2nd to Harrison
Edgecomb of Ayers Hill, by whom she had one daughter, Mrs. J. E.
Hopkins of Austin.
||Walter Edgecomb of Ayers Hill died Sept. 26, 1902, age about 70
years. He was the 2nd son of Jonathan & Lucretia Spafford Edgecomb.
His only brother, Harrison died a few years ago and his sister,
Mrs. William (Luzerne) Floyd is deceased. In 1861 he married Mary
Lathrop of Homer. One daughter, Luzerne, who is the wife of John
||Miss Frances Edwards & Will Olmsted, both of Coudersport, married
Oct. --, 1909, in Olean, NY
||George Edwards of Harrison Valley died at the Westfield Hospital
last week. Survived by his wife, the former Clara Beebe.
|EDWARDS, George A.
||George A. Edwards of Montrose, Pa. & Miss Clara Beebe of Coudersport
married Aug. 8, 1905.
||Fred Crosby & Maggie Edwards, both of Inez, mar. June 20, 1896
at Portville, NY
||Richard Edwards of Muncy, Pa. & Miss Anna Kolb of Williamsport
were married February 12th at Lancaster, Pa. The bride was a daughter
of Mr. & Mrs. John Kolb formerly of Galeton.
||Casper Eggler died yesterday (May 9, 1923) at the Blossburg Hospital.
Survived by 2 foster daughters; Miss Lavinia Eggler of Albuquerque,
NM. and Miss Evelyn Eggler of Wellsboro. Buried in the Lutheran
Cemetery at Germania.
||Allen Eggleston, son of Mr. & Mrs. Albert Eggleston was killed
in action, Sept. 29, 1918, age 26 years; born in Baker Creek. Survived
by parents, a brother, Lynn and 3 sisters: Mrs. Nellie Yentzer of
Roulet, Mrs. Erma Brock & Mrs. Leona Randall, both of Hebron.
|EGGLESTON, Altron M.
||Altron M. Eggleston, an old pioneer of Hebron, died Jan. 28, 1910;
born Oct. 25, 1822 in Triangle, Broome Co., NY. Married Sarah Kelley,
who died in 1863 , by whom he had 3 children: Harlan P. and Mary,
both deceased & A. E. of Coudersport. Married 2nd Mrs. Sarah Reniff
||Nellie Eggleston & Myron Yentzer, both of Hebron, married Sept.
|EGGLESTON, Sarah M. (Howe)
||Mrs. Sarah M. Eggleston died Nov. 5, 1916 at the home of her son,
Fred Reniff in Hebron. Her maiden name was Sarah Howe and she was
born in Greene Co., NY, lived in Ulysses until she married her 1st
husband, Alonzo Reniff. Survived by 1 son, Fred. Her 2nd husband,
Altron Eggleston died a few years ago.
||Miss Elsie Egler & Clarence Minor were married at the Presbyterian
Manse by Rev. Warren Elsing May 31st . Mrs. Minor is the youngest
daughter of Mrs. Stephen Egler.
|EIMER, Anna Margaret (Helwig)
||Mrs. George Eimer of Roulet died Feb. 22, 1912. Anna Margaret
Helwig was born March 23, 1856 at New York City. Married in 1887
to Mr. Eimer who survives with 5 children: Kathryn, Mrs. Mayme Bailey,
Louis, William and Margaret.
|EIMER, Louis G.
||Louis G. Eimer of Roulet & Miss Katherine Collins of Coudersport
married Jan. --, 1915 in Smethport.
|EIMER, Mayme F.
||Mary F. Eimer, daughter of George Eimer of Roulet, & J. Frank
Bailey of Coudersport, married July 22, 1908.
||Mrs. Phoebe Ann Christie of Bingham & Nelson Elderkin, mar. June
|ELDRIDGE, Benjamin Hyde
||Mr. & Mrs. B. D. Eldridge are the parents of a son born September
13th at the Elmira Hospital, named Benjamin Hyde Eldridge.
||Electric Street lights were turned on in Galeton, May 1, 1923.
|ELLINGER, Jennie B.
||Robert C. Lyman of Austin & Miss Jennie B. Ellinger of DuBois
were married at Newcastle, PA, on January 11th.
|ELLIOTT, Carl J.
||Carl J. Elliott of Roulet & Dorothy P. Harris of Coudersport married
Oct. --, 1912 at Coudersport.
||Clayton Elliott & Eva Signor, both of Millport, married Sept.
||Flora Elliott & John Snyder married Aug. 4, 1899 at Portville,
||Miss Lena Gordnier, daughter of John Gordnier & Joseph Elliott,
all of Coudersport, married July 7, 1902 in Olean, NY
||Charles Coats & Miss Alvira Ellis, both of Genesee Twp. mar. Jan.
||Mrs. Cornelia Ellis, wife of Gillbert Ellis of West Pike, died
Nov. 30, 1900, age 47 years. Survived by her husband and 12 childlren.
|ELLIS, George T.
||George T. Ellis died Aug. 27, 1902 at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Henyon in Oswayo; born in Ellicottville, NY Feb 18, 1823. Survived
by 8 children, 4 sons & 4 daughters: Warren Ellis of Ellisburg,
Mrs. Jane Buchanan of Mich., Mrs. Prudence Henyon of Oswayo, Mrs
Ruth Buchanan of Mich., Ralph Ellis of Bradford, Mrs. Fannie Head
of Oswayo, John Ellis of Oswayo, Eli Ellis of Wellsville. His wife
died 11 years ago.
||Mrs. Minnie Ellison died at her home on Gaines Road last Friday,
age 56 years. Buried in the Phoenix Cemetery. Survived by 2 sons;
Roland and Eugene, one daughter; Leonora of Mansfield, 2 sisters;
Mrs. R.R. Kelts of Westfield & Miss Stella Tate of Porto
|ELLISON, Obediah Tibbets (Dr.)
||O.T. Ellison of Coudersport died March 27, 1908, age about 80
years. Survived by a daughter, Elizabeth. Buried in Eulalia cemetery
beside his wife.
|ELLSWORTH, Darius Freeman
||Col. Darius Freeman Ellsworth, Civil War veteran, died Oct. 2,
1917 in New Rockford, N. Dakota; born July 25, 1836 in Potter County
and went West with his parents when he was 18. Married Miss Mary
Starkweather of Coudersport.
|ELLSWORTH, Emily Eliza (Mrs.)
||Bigler Berfield of Wharton & Miss Emma Eliza Ellsworth of Eulalia
Twp., mar. Dec. 27, 1870 in Coudersport.
|EMERICK, Margaret (Rowe)
||Mrs. R. Lynn Emerick of Coudersport died March --, 1919. Margaret
Rowe Emerick was born 34 years ago last Nov. in Stoneboro, Mercer
Co., Pa., a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Rowe of Betula. Survived
by parents, husband and a daughter, Ruth Eleanor who was 2 years
old in Feb. Buried in Eulalia cemetery.
|EMERICK, R. Lynn
||R. Lynn Emerick, State Forester at Cross Fork was married at Smethport,
PA, last Thursday [10-16-1913] to Miss Margaret Rowe, daughter of
Ed Rowe of Betula, PA. They will live at Cross Fork, PA.
|EMPSON, Mary A.
||Miss Mary A. Empson & Eldred M. Kilbourne married Oct. 29, 1897
at West Branch, Pa.
|ENGLISH, Alice (Mattison)
||Mrs. George English, nee Alice Mattison, died March 15, 1918 at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert White in Sweden Valley, age
63 years. Survived by a son, Harry of Emporium and a daughter, Mrs.
Mittie White. She was one of a family of 12 children, 7 still living:
George Mattison of Ceres, Barton of Coudersport, Lewis of Coudersport,
William of Astabula, Fred of Kansas, Mrs. Fred Caple of Olean, &
Mrs. Harry Wingrove of Knapps Creek.
||Amos English died Apr. 25, 1875 in 54th year of his age. Came
with his parents to Harrison near the close of 1831 and on the farm
where they settled he lived for forty three years, grew to manhood
and labored to make for himself and family a comfortable home.
||Born to Mr. and Mrs. Barlis English, a boy, Mar. 25, 9 ˝ lbs.
||Wm. English and wife have a girl, their firstborn, Mar. 27th 9
||Miss Hattie English & Verne Jones, both of Mills, married Dec.
||Johile English, formerly of Potter Co., died Feb. 8, 1914 at Painted
Post, NY, age 85 years. Survived by 2 children: John of Painted
Post and Mrs. Henry Reeves of Smethport. Buried at Five Corners
||Maggie English & Earl Whitney, both of Mills, married Jan. 10,
1903 at West Union, NY
||Miss Mattie English of Coudersport & Albert M. White of Sweden,
married Nov. 5, 1914
||Miss Sara English of Mills & Will Van Ettan of Harrison Valley
married Dec. 15, 1901.
||Charles Erlbeck, formerly of Coudersport, died April 7, 1915 at
Pacific Grove, Calif. Survived by wife & children: Mrs. Dorr R.
Cobb & Mrs. W. B. Cole of Coudersport; another daughter and a son,
||Dorr R. Cobb & Miss Daisy Erlbeck, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Charles
Erlbeck, mar. Sept. 9, 1903.
||Ernest Erlbeck, son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Erlbeck & Miss Irene
Byrd of Watsonburg, Calif. Married May --, 1908.
||Miss Mayme Erlbeck & William B. Cole, both of Coudersport, married
May 12, 1906.
||Miss Winnie Erlbeck of Coudersport & George Cope of California,
married June 6, 1906 in San Francisco, Calif.
||Kent Butterworth & Winnie Erlkacly, mar. July 31, 1900.
||Miss Erma Ernst of Sartwell Creek & Lawrence Eckert of Roulet
married Sept. 20, 1916.
|ERNST, Fred Charles
||Fred Charles Ernst of Sartwell Creek & Miss Estella Laura Fruitiger,
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Fruitiger of Sartwell Creek, married
June 17, 1915.
|ERNST, Katherine Elizabeth (Mrs.)
||Adam Denhoff of Coudersport & Mrs. Katherine Sophie Elizabeth
Ernst of Sweden Twp., married June 17, 1880 at the home of Edward
Franke in Sweden Twp.
|ERVINGHAM, Nellie B
||Nellie B. Ervingham & Almeron Tuttle, both of Sweden Valley, married
July 9, 1918.
|ERWAY, Frank F., Jr.
||Frank F. Erway, Jr. & Miss Florence Stone, both of Harrison Valley,
married Jan 1, 1907
||A young lady came last week to Mr. Erway’s of Erways House. She
weighed eight pounds. 02-27-1878: DIED: In Harrison Valley Feb.
27, 1878, infant daughter of McKinney Erway.
||Grace Erway, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Erway & James D. Seagers
of Potter Brook, married May 20, 1903.
||Miss Ethel Erwin & Arlo Guenter, both of Coudersport married March
|ERWIN, Grace (Sula)
||William Tracey Dininny of Driftwood, Pa. and Mrs. Grace Sula Erwin
of Addison, NY were married by Rev. P. S. Calvin at the home of
Mr. & Mrs. John McMinds. [6-5-1913 paper]
|ESTES, Charles A.
||C. A. Estes of Oswayo died April 7, 1909, age 71 years. Survived
by wife and 3 children: Floyd D., Mrs. Lelia Stilson of Oswayo,
and Mrs. Clara Freeman of Glamorgan, VA.
||Elijah Estes of Allegany Twp died June 12, 1915, age 73 years.
Survived by wife and 2 sons.
||Herbert Estes of Oswayo & Viva M. Kilbourn of Sunderlinville married
Feb. 1, 1916.
|ESTES, Lorenzo Dow
||Lorenzo Dow Estes, Civil War veteran of Oswayo, died March 19,
1903; born Feb. 18, 1828 in the town of Coleville, Broome Co., NY.
Married Sept. 7, 1851 to Sarah J. Earl, by whom he had 4 children:
D. W. D. Estes, A. B. Estes, Mary J. Estes McCormick and Linn D.
Estes. Survived by wife and children.
|ESTES, Mary F. (Martin)
||Mrs. Mary Estes died May 20, 1915 at Coudersport, age 60 years.
Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Lillian Abbott and a son, Harold of
|ESTES, Sara J. (Earle)
||Mrs. Sarah J. Estes, wife of L. D. Estes, died at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. George McCormic in Lorraine, Ohio July 3, 1907,
age 74 years. Survived by 2 sons & a daughter: A. B. & Lincoln D.
Estes of Oswayo, and Mrs. McCormic; 2 brothers and a sister: C.
Earle of Oswayo & Bolivar, John Earle of Coudersport & Julietta
Earle of Ohio.
||Square Estes, Civil War veteran of Oswayo, died March 7, 1913;
born Sept. 16, 1843, a son of George G. & Polly (Brizzee) Estes.
Married in 1871 to Miss Clancy Pearsall.
||Albert Evans, Civil War veteran of Ulysses, died Dec. 4, 1920,
age 80 years. Survived by wife & children: Mrs. F.A. Patterson of
Coudersport, Mrs. Mary Fanton of Watkins, NY, Arthur Evans of Tioga
Co. & Burt Evans at home. Buried at Ulysses.
||A son was born to Mr. & Mrs. Arthur L. Evans of Nelson, on Saturday,
June 7, 1913.
|EVANS, Carrie (Davenport)
||Mrs. Leo Evans, nee Carrie Davenport, daughter of Mrs. Henrietta
Davenport, died May 13, 1913 in Harriman, Tenn. She was married
1st to Orlando Chase.
||Miss Florence Evans, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Evans of Coudersport,
died Oct. 31, 1918, age 17 years. Survived by parents, a sister,
Mrs. Katherine Jackson and brothers: George, Stanley, Howard and
||Linus Evans of Ulysses died March 4, 1908, age 77 years, at the
home of his niece, Mrs. O. A. Kilbourn. Survived by a brother, Alonzo
Evans of Port Allegany. Buried at Ulysses.
||Miss Luella Clark of Oswayo & James Everett of Coudersport, mar.
Nov. __, 1883.
||Miss Mabel Everett of Gold & Fred Martin of Galeton married June
|EVERETT, William F.
||William F. Everett dropped dead Monday [3-3-1913] in the drug
store at Westfield. He was 55 years old. Survived by his wife and
daughter; Helen of Westfield, & 2 sons; Fred of New York City &
Prof. L. Bliss Everett of Ulysses.
|EVERETT, William K.
||William K. Everett & Mrs. Mary A. Sherwood, both of Keating, married
Sept. 3, 1911.
||William Everson of Eleven Mile died Aug. 5, 1917, age 89 years,
a son of William & Amanda Everson. Married July 29, 1897 to Roccylane
Pettingill. Survived by wife and children: Mrs. Mary Maxson of Chrystal,
Pa., Mrs. Doris Penio of Oklahoma, Mrs. Dairl Barhight of Wellsville,
Mrs. Clarissa Hosmer of Oswayo, Henry Everson of Oswayo; also 2
sisters: Miss Dora E. Demerse of Schenectady and Mrs. Edward Ferguson
of Wellsville, NY