The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY

Transcribed & Submitted By: PHGS Member Jean Kay Morse

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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; Friday, 06 December 1935, pg 3, col 3, Hammondsport

Aulls Ė Baker

Franklin Aulls, son of Mayor and Mrs. Myrtle Aulls and Miss Virginia Baker, daughter of Frank D. Baker, of Hornell, were married Saturday afternoon at 5:30at St. Annís parochial residence of Rev. Father Stephen Callahan. The bride is a graduate of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, and the groom graduated from Hammondsport High School and Rochester Business Institute. He is employed in the office of the Pleasant Valley Wine Company. Following a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Aulls will make their home in Hammondsport.

Descendants of Mayor Myrtle Lawrence Aulls - 10 Nov 2002

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FIRST GENERATION

1. Mayor Myrtle Lawrence Aulls was born on April 29, 1882. He was living on December 6, 1935 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York.1 He was a Businessman before 1950. He died on July 19, 1951. He was buried in Urbana_Pleasant_Valley Cem, Urbana town, Steuben, New York. The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; Friday, 06 December 1935, pg 3, col 3, Hammondsport

Aulls - Baker

Franklin Aulls, son of Mayor and Mrs. Myrtle Aulls and Miss Virginia Baker, daughter of Frank D. Baker, of Hornell, were married Saturday afternoon at 5:30at St. Ann's parochial residence of Rev. Father Stephen Callahan. The bride is a graduate of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, and the groom graduated from Hammondsport High School and Rochester Business Institute. He is employed in the office of the Pleasant Valley Wine Company. Following a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Aulls will make their home in Hammondsport.
 
 

He was married to Anna Feagles (daughter of Robert S. Feagles and Hulda Conley) on July 23, 1903. Anna Feagles was born on February 21, 1884 in Monterey, Schuyler, New York. She was living on December 6, 1935 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York.1 She died on July 13, 1948. She was buried in Urbana_Pleasant_Valley Cem, Urbana town, Steuben, New York. Mayor Myrtle Lawrence Aulls and Anna Feagles had the following children:

+2 i. Elva H. Aulls (born on March 31, 1905).

+3 ii. Franklin M. Aulls (born on July 23, 1910).

SECOND GENERATION

2. Elva H. Aulls (Myrtle Lawrence-1) was born on March 31, 1905 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York.2 She was a Domestic in 1925. She died on March 3, 1973. LI: 30 Oct 1925, Hammondsport, Steuben, NY; Witness: 30 Oct 1925, Hattie Z Taylor & Harry G. Layton, both of Hammondsport, NY (MR)

She was married to James Frisk (son of George Frisk and Rose Sarne) on October 30, 1925 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York.2 James Frisk was born on October 7, 1904 in Addison, Steuben, New York.2 He was a Laborer in 1925. LI: 30 Oct 1925, Hammondsport, Steuben, NY; Witness: 30 Oct 1925, Hattie Z Taylor & Harry G. Layton, both of Hammondsport, NY (MR)

She was married to Carl Eckert (son of Wilhelm Eckert and Libby Staaksky) on September 25, 1935. Carl Eckert was born on May 27, 1889. He died on November 21, 1965. Elva H. Aulls and Carl Eckert had the following children:

+4 i. Carl Eckert (born on June 14, 1940).

+5 ii. Sandra Eckert (born on July 2, 1942).

3. Franklin M. Aulls (Myrtle Lawrence-1) was born on July 23, 1910. He was living on December 6, 1935 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York.3 He died in 1979. He was buried in Urbana_Pleasant_Valley Cem, Urbana town, Steuben, New York. The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; Friday, 06 December 1935, pg 3, col 3, Hammondsport

Aulls - Baker

Franklin Aulls, son of Mayor and Mrs. Myrtle Aulls and Miss Virginia Baker, daughter of Frank D. Baker, of Hornell, were married Saturday afternoon at 5:30at St. Ann's parochial residence of Rev. Father Stephen Callahan. The bride is a graduate of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, and the groom graduated from Hammondsport High School and Rochester Business Institute. He is employed in the office of the Pleasant Valley Wine Company. Following a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Aulls will make their home in Hammondsport.

Note: Leader, Corning, NY, 31 Dec 1966, pg 2, col 8-9 First of nine men in '33'ers' to retire

Note: "The 33'ers" is a group of 9-men who commenced work at Great Western winery on 05 Dec 1933, date of Repeal and are still employed there with an accumulated total 297 years of service.

He was married to Virginia Baker (daughter of Frank D. Baker) after December 1935. Virginia Baker was living on December 6, 1935 in Hornell, Steuben, New York.3 She was born unknown. The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; Friday, 06 December 1935, pg 3, col 3, Hammondsport

Aulls - Baker

Franklin Aulls, son of Mayor and Mrs. Myrtle Aulls and Miss Virginia Baker, daughter of Frank D. Baker, of Hornell, were married Saturday afternoon at 5:30at St. Ann's parochial residence of Rev. Father Stephen Callahan. The bride is a graduate of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, and the groom graduated from Hammondsport High School and Rochester Business Institute. He is employed in the office of the Pleasant Valley Wine Company. Following a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Aulls will make their home in Hammondsport.
 
 

Gretchen L. Wamp was buried in Urbana_Pleasant_Valley Cem, Urbana town, Steuben, New York.

THIRD GENERATION

4. Carl Eckert (Elva H. Aulls-2, Myrtle Lawrence-1) was born on June 14, 1940.

He was married to Anne Hammond (daughter of Louis Hammond and Elizabeth Walruth) on May 2, 1965. Anne Hammond was born on April 22, 1941.

5. Sandra Eckert (Elva H. Aulls-2, Myrtle Lawrence-1) was born on July 2, 1942.

She was married to Ronald W. Fleet (son of Richard Fleet and Mary Bernt) on August 2, 1969. Ronald W. Fleet was born on February 2, 1944.

SOURCES

1. Son's Engagement Announcements.

2. Steuben County Marriage Records, Bath, Steuben, NY.

3. Engagement Announcement.

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Club Hears Miss Darrin

Hammondsport, Dec 3---The Womanís Club will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3:15 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Charles Hubbs. Miss Katherine Darrin, of Addison, will be the guest speaker. Miss Frances Page and Mrs. John Richards will assist, Mrs. Hubbs.

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Preaches at Wayland

Rev. W. H. Perry delivered the sermon on Thanksgiving Day at 9 a.m. to the three Protestant congregations of Wayland, united in one service, Mr. and Mrs. Perry and daughter, Ruth, were entertained at Thanksgiving dinner in the home of Rev. Frederick Duhl, Wayland.

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K. Dís To Serve Supper

The Kings Daughters of the Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. Clarence Taylor on Wednesday evening, Dec 18th. The committee will serve supper at 6:30.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Griffenhagen and son, formerly of New York City, have sub-leased the Haight house on Thorpe Avenue formerly occupied by Ralph Lafavier and family. Mr. Griffenhagen is employed at the Montague cellars.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gaylor and family spent Thanksgiving day with their parents at Lyons.

Mrs. P. D. Greene left on Sunday to visit friends at Hamburg.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lafavier and daughter, Betsy, spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Sandford.

Descendants of Arch B. Sandford "Art" - 10 Nov 2002

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FIRST GENERATION

1. Arch B. Sandford "Art" was born about 1885 in Dansville, Livingston, New York.1 He was a Machinist in 1916. He was living on December 3, 1935 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York. He died before January 13, 2000.2 LI: 23 Feb 1916, Hammondsport, Steuben, NY; Witness: 23 Feb 1916, Seely S. & Nettie VanNess (MR)

The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; Friday, 06 December 1935, pg 3, col 3, Hammondsport

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lafavier and daughter, Betsy, spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Sandford.

He was married to Mabel D. Van Ness (daughter of Seeley S. Van Ness and Nettie Jayne) on February 23, 1916 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York.1 Note: married by Rev. A. D. Stevens, clergyman Mabel D. Van Ness was born about 1890 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York.1 She was an At School on June 1, 1905 in Lake St, Hammondsport Village, Urbana town, Steuben, New York.3 She appeared on the census on June 1, 1905 in Lake St, Hammondsport Village, Urbana town, Steuben, New York.3 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 1st E.D. Hammondsport Village, Urbana Town, Steuben Co, NY; pg 3, line 32, daughter, white, female, aged 16yrs; b. US; citz; occ at school (9) She was a Stenographer in 1916. She was living on December 6, 1935 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York. She died before January 13, 2000. LI: 23 Feb 1916, Hammondsport, Steuben, NY; Witness: 23 Feb 1916, Seeley S VanNess & Nettie VanNess (MR)

The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; Friday, 06 December 1935, pg 3, col 3, Hammondsport

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lafavier and daughter, Betsy, spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Sandford. Arch B. Sandford "Art" and Mabel D. Van Ness had the following children:

+2 i. Jayne Baker Sandford.

+3 ii. Martha Sandford (born on July 27, 1922).

+4 iii. Lois Sandford (born unknown).

SECOND GENERATION

2. Jayne Baker Sandford (Arch B.-1) was living on January 13, 2000 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York.4 Leader, Corning, NY, 18 Aug 1996, pg 6D, col 5-6 Honeyman note 60th wedding anniversary

Note: 21 Aug 1996, 9-grandchildren & 2-great-grandchildren

LI: 21 Aug 1996, cottage on Lake Keuka, Hammondsport, NY

She was married to Kenneth M. Honeyman (son of {male} Honeyman) on August 21, 1936 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York. at bride's parents home, by Rev Richard Pitts, officiating; information from their 60th wedding anniversary Kenneth M. Honeyman was born about 1909. He died on September 17, 1996 in St Joseph's Hospital, Elmira, Chemung, New York. He was a Retired from Taylor Wine Co, director of purchasing. He was buried in Urbana_Pleasant_Valley Cem, Urbana town, Steuben, New York. Leader, Corning, NY, 18 Aug 1996, pg 6D, col 5-6 Honeymans note 60th wedding anniversary

Note: Member of Hammondsport United Methodist Church, NY

LI: 21 Aug 1996, at their Keuka Lake Cottage, Hammondsport, Steuben, NY

LI: 12 Oct 1975, Hammondsport, Steuben, NY

Obit: Leader, Corning, NY, 18 Sep 1996, pg 4A, col 3

LI: of 23 Main St, Hammondsport, Steuben, NY

Note: Funeral at Hammondsport United Methodist Church; Rev Lee Williams, officiating; LaMarche Funeral Home, Hammondsport, NY

Obit: Steuben Courier-Advocate, Bath, NY 22 Sep 1996 pg 16 col 3 Jayne Baker Sandford and Kenneth M. Honeyman had the following children:

+5 i. John Honeyman.

+6 ii. Richard Honeyman.

+7 iii. Joan Honeyman.

+8 iv. Katherine Honeyman (born born).

+9 v. Linda Honeyman (born about 1950).

3. Martha Sandford (Arch B.-1) was born on July 27, 1922 in Hammondsport, Steuben, New York.5 She died on January 13, 2000.5 Obit: Steuben Courier-Advocate, Bath, NY; 16 Jan 2000, pg 9, col 3, Martha Sandford Marchionda

Surv: her husband, Gilbert V. Marchionda

Obit: The Leader, Corning, NY; 14 Jan 2000, pg 2C, col 3

LI: of Penn Yan, Yates, NY

Note: graduated of Hammondsport High School & Corning Business School

Occ: employed by Taylor Wine Company, Pernod & was the Yates County Clerk of the Board of Legislators from Sep 1953 to Dec 1985

Note: She is a volunteer with the Penn Yan Ambulance Corps, the Yates County Tuberculosis Association & the Physically Handicapped Children's Association

Note: was a communicant of St Michael's Church

Surv: grandchildren, Douglas (Tracy) Marchionda, Jrs, Jennifer (Jack) Flynn, Katie Marchionda, Tiffany Donk & Cindy Lou Marchionda; great-grandchildren, Anthony Marchionda & Nicholas Marchionda; several nieces & nephews; family relative, Anna Paciulli.

Note: Townsend-Wood Funeral Home, 201 E Elm St, Penn Yan, NY; A Mass of Christian Burial held at St Michael's Church

Obit: The Leader, Corning, NY; 15 Jan 2000, pg 2C, Col 1-2

She was married to Gilbert V. Marchionda before January 13, 2000. Gilbert V. Marchionda was living on January 13, 2000 in Milo, Yates, New York.6 He was born born. Martha Sandford and Gilbert V. Marchionda had the following children:

+10 i. Douglas Marchionda Sr. (born born).

+11 ii. Steven Marchionda (born born).

+12 iii. William Marchionda (born born).

+13 iv. David Marchionda (born born).

+14 v. Michael Marchionda (born born).

4. Lois Sandford (Arch B.-1) was living on January 13, 2000 in Bath, Steuben, New York.4 She was born unknown.

She was married to {male} Bowes before January 13, 2000. {male} Bowes was born unknown.

SOURCES

1. Steuben County Marriage Records, Bath, Steuben, NY.

2. Daughter's Obituary.

3. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.

4. Sister's Obituary.

5. Death Notice.

6. Wife's obituary.

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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard French and family spent Thanksgiving Day at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. French.

James Howe, who is employed at Rochester, spent Thanksgiving with his family here.

Charles Mummert spent Thanksgiving with his grandfather at Alliance, Ohio.

Miss Delice Ball, a student at Cortland Normal, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her mother, Mrs. Belle Ball.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Curtiss and son, Howard, spent Sunday with relatives at Elmira.

Mrs. Ethel Wooding spent Thanksgiving day and the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Parker Stacy at Syracuse.

Mrs. Nora Holley left on Wednesday to spend the remainder of the week with her children in Cattaraugus and McKeen counties.

Miss Virginia Dyer, of Bolivar is visiting Miss Virginia Sikes.

Lewis Olmstead has returned to the Bath Hospital for the second hernia operation.

Rev. W. H. Perry spoke before the Rotary Club at Hornell on Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Frey and family spent Thanksgiving day and week end at the home of E. R. Nitch at Williamsville.

Mr. and Mrs. George Honeyman spent the Thanksgiving week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Woodhouse at Buffalo.

Mrs. Mary Barton and H. E. Lobeck spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lobeck at Geneva.

Miss Barbara Funk, a student at Elmira College spent Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Funk.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carpenter and Mrs. Nancy Hoyt, of Buffalo spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hoyt.

P. G. Zimmer and Miss Harriet Zimmer spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zimmer at Geneva.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hubbs at Addison.

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Buy a package of Girl Scout Cookies and help the Bath Girl Scouts. Your favorite may win one of the prizes.
 

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