The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY

Transcribed & Submitted By: PHGS Member Jean Kay Morse

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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday 06 Dec 1935, pg 7, col 2, Wallace

M. E. Church

Rev. Samuel Eaton, Pastor, preaching at 2 pm; Sunday school at 3 pm

M. E. Church

Rev. Bertha Ketch, Pastor, preaching at 11 am and 7 pm; Sunday school at 10 am William Ketch superintendent.

Family Group Record

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Husband: William W. Ketch

Birth: 1884

Living: 6 Dec 1935 Wallace, Steuben, New York

Death: 1971

Burial: Avoca_Highland Cem, Avoca, Steuben, New York

Marriage: 2 May 1933 Neils Creek, Avoca Town, Steuben, New York

Father: Burton Eugene Ketch "B. Eugene" (b 10 Dec 1860)

Mother: Emma P. Hatch (b 9 Nov 1864)

Wife: Bertha V. Richards
 

Birth: 5 Aug 1889

Living: 6 Dec 1935 Wallace, Steuben, New York

Death: 18 May 1956 Neils Creek, Avoca Town, Steuben, New York

Burial: Avoca_Highland Cem, Avoca, Steuben, New York

Father: Charles D. Richards

Mother: Elsie Hazeltone (b ROUGHLY 1866)

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Children

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FAMILY NOTES

Marriage(1):

HUSBAND NOTES: William W. Ketch

Birth(2):
Death(2):

Burial(2): Ketch, William W. 1884-1971

General: The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday 06 Dec 1935, pg 7, col 2, Wallace

Rev. Bertha Ketch, Pastor preaching at the M. E. Church, at 11 am & 7 pm;

Sunday School at 10am, William Ketch, superintendent.

WIFE NOTES: Bertha V. Richards

Birth(2):
Death(2):

Burial(2): Ketch, Bertha R. 1889-1956

General: The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday 06 Dec 1935, pg 7, col 2, Wallace

Rev. Bertha Ketch, Pastor preaching at the M. E. Church, at 11 am & 7 pm;

Sunday School at 10am, William Ketch, superintendent.

SOURCES

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

2. Steuben County Cemetery Records, Bath, New York.

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Cottage prayer meeting at T.S. Cragg’s December 6.

The Y.M.W.B. had charge of the evening service Sunday, December 1.

Young people Enjoyed Evening

The V. P. b. were entertained by Woodrow and Jesse Towner Friday evening. There were 16 members present. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Towner and a social evening spent.

Among those out of town for Thanksgiving were Mrs. and Mrs. M. A. Cook and grandson, Marcus Fairbrother, at Penn Yan; Mrs. H. M. Dygert and sons, Francis and Donald, at Kanona; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Noble, and children, at Naples; Mr. and Mrs. John Kellogg and children, at Rochester; Mrs. Ellen Brown, at C. B. Arnold’s, in Avoca.

Among those entertaining guests Thanksgiving were: Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Cragg, who had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cragg, of Rochester; Mrs. Emma Cragg and grandson, Ward Mattoon, of this village and W C. Mattoon, of Avoca. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sick entertained Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sick and family, of Loon Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sick, of Cohocton, and Mrs. Lydia Sick and son, Milo, of this village; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mattoon, their daughter, Mrs. Wendell Rector, and family, of Brown Hill; Mr. and Mrs. James Hodge, her mother, Mrs. Eric Clark, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Preston and son were at J. D. Reynold’s; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Newman at Claude Lyke’s.

Mr. and Mrs. M. S. drum entertained Mr. and Mrs. Aden Drum, of Penn Yan, Sunday.

W. L. Mattoon will stay at the home of Elba Calkins for the Winter.

Mrs. Gladys Sager and daughter, Sally, have moved from Lent Hill to home of her mother, Mrs. Emma Ketch.

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lyke are now staying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lyke.

Callers at L. M. Oxx’s Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Murray Oxx, of Wayland, Mr. and Mrs. John Peck of North Cohocton and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fox of Avoca.

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brown of Cohocton were recent guests of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Calkins.

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hurd and daughter, of Naples, spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Effie Pierce.

Rev. and Mrs. Paul Roy and two children, of Dexter, were guests, a few days last week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Moore.

Edith Hopkins, of Bath, spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hopkins.

M. S. Drum and Theodore Noble attended the Federation meeting held at the Hotel Wagner at Bath last Monday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Wightman entertained their children and grandchildren Thanksgiving.

Mr. and Mrs. William Hopkins spent Thursday with her parents at Wheeler.

Callers at Mrs. Lee Robords the past week were Henry and Fay Robords and daughter, Dorothea Robords, of the Beagle District.

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Moore and her mother, Jessie Van Wormer, spent Wednesday and Thursday in Buffalo with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rynders.

Pauline Cook, of Lakewood spent from Wednesday evening until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cook. Mr. and Mr. W. J. Cook, and son, Ronny, of Rochester, also spent Thankgiving with them.

Mr. and Mrs. Milford Cleveland and daughter, of New York City, were callers at Mrs. H. M. Dygert’s Saturday morning, enroute from Naples, where they spent Thanksgiving.

Ephriam Avery and sister, Mrs. Nina Head, have moved from W. L. Mattoon’s tenant house to his farm house.

Gladys Crouch spent Thankgiving with her father and brother in Cohocton.

Ruth Ketch, of New York Mills spent the holiday vacation with her mother, Mrs. Emma Ketch.

Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Haberfield and daughter and Mrs. Lina Bardeen, of Penn Yan spend Sunday at M. A. Cook’s. Marcus Fairbrother, who spent part of last week at their home, returned with them.

Betty Comstock, of Naples spent from Thursday until Sunday with Joyce Noble.

Reese Dygert, of Kanona, spent Saturday with his cousins, Francis and Donald Dygert.

Lillian Cragg is recovering from an infected finger. She is at the Bath Hospital.

Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Eaton and daughter, Gladys, were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Bowen spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bowen, at Rochester.

Obit: no date or newspaper name. Mrs. Ira Foltz
Dundee, March 1, -- Mrs. Ira Foltz, of this place, died at the Geneva
Hospital at 3 o'clock this morning, following an operation. She wa taken to
the hospital on Monday. Mrs. Floltz was about 22 years of age and was
formerly Miss Gladys Buckley. She was born in Bradford and had always lived
there until about a year prior to her marriage when she came to this
village. She was married to Ira Foltz, a young farmer of this village,
about two years ago. She leaves, besides her husband, her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Buckley, of Bradford; a sister and two brothers, Mrs. Raymond
Vine and Sylvenus Buckley, of Bradford and Floyd Buckley, of Bradford, and
Floyd Buckley, who is in Pennsylvania. The body will be brought to this
village today.

I Find that in Steuben County, NY the last name of Buckley or Bulkley is
used interexchangable.

Descendants of Alfred W. Bulkley - 14 Oct 2003
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First Generation

1. Alfred W. Bulkley1 was born on 9 Aug 1863 in , Steuben, New York. He
died on 27 Sep 1935 in Campbell, Steuben, New York.2 He was buried in
Bradford_Bradford Cem, Bradford, Steuben, New York.

Alfred W. Bulkley and Elizabeth (Libby) Brace were married before 1900.
Elizabeth (Libby) Brace1 (daughter of Sylvanus Brace and Phoebe Kelly) was
born on 16 Nov 1866 in , , , United States. She died on 4 Nov 1923 in
Bradford, Steuben, New York.3 She was buried in Bradford_Bradford Cem,
Bradford, Steuben, New York. Alfred W. Bulkley and Elizabeth (Libby) Brace
had the following children:

2 i. Floyd W. Bulkley1 was born on 18 Sep 1887 in , , , United States.4 On
1 Jun 1905 he was Farm Laborer in Bradford, Steuben, New York.4 He appeared
in the census on 1 Jun 1905 in Bradford, Steuben, New York.4 Census: 01 Jun
1905, 1st E.D. Bradford, Steuben Co NY; pg 4, line 5, boarder, (living with
Frank & Ellen Morse), white, male, aged 17yrs; b. US; citz; occ farm laborer
He was living in 1917 in , , Pennsylvania.5 He died on 18 Oct 1921 in
Bradford, Steuben, New York.2 He was buried in Bradford_Bradford Cem,
Bradford, Steuben, New York.
+3 ii. Gladys Mae Bulkley (born in 1894).
+4 iii. Ruth P. Bulkley (born about 1895).
+5 iv. Sylvanus A. Bulkley (born in 1900).
 
 
 

Second Generation

3. Gladys Mae Bulkley1 (Alfred W.-1) was born in 1894 in Dundee, Yates, New
York.6 In 1915 she was Lady. She died in 1917.7 She was buried in
Bradford_Bradford Cem, Bradford, Steuben, New York. Fultz, Gladys M. b.
1894 d. 1917 wife of Ira J. Fultz Witness: 10 Feb 1915, Mabel Miller
(MR); LI: 10 Feb 1915, Dundee, Yates, NY
Obit: no date or newspaper name. Mrs. Ira Foltz
Dundee, March 1, -- Mrs. Ira Foltz, of this place, died at the Geneva
Hospital at 3 o'clock this morning, following an operation. She wa taken to
the hospital on Monday. Mrs. Floltz was about 22 years of age and was
formerly Miss Gladys Buckley. She was born in Bradford and had always lived
there until about a year prior to her marriage when she came to this
village. She was married to Ira Foltz, a young farmer of this village,
about two years ago. She leaves, besides her husband, her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Buckley, of Bradford; a sister and two brothers, Mrs. Raymond
Vine and Sylvenus Buckley, of Bradford and Floyd Buckley, of Bradford, and
Floyd Buckley, who is in Pennsylvania. The body will be brought to this
village today.

Gladys Mae Bulkley and Ira James Fultz were married on 10 Feb 1915
in Dundee, Yates, New York.6 by Merritt Miller, clergyman, Dundee, NY Ira
James Fultz 1 (son of Faldine? Fultz and Emma Jones) was born about
1893 in Himrod, Yates, New York.6 In 1915 he was Farmer. He was living in
1917 in Dundee, Yates, New York.8 He died. LI: 10 Feb 1915, Town of
Starkey, Yates, NY; Witness: 10 Feb 1915, Mabel Miller (MR)
 
 

4. Ruth P. Bulkley1 (Alfred W.-1) was born about 1895 in Tyrone, Schuyler,
New York. She was living in 1917 in Bradford, Steuben, New York.5 She died
before 30 Mar 1998. She was buried in Bradford_Bradford Cem, Bradford,
Steuben, New York.7 Vine, Ruth B. b. 1895, d..________ LI: 27 Nov 1912,
Bradford, Steuben, NY
Witness: Floyd W. Bulkley & Gladys M. Bulkley, 27 Nov 1912

Ruth P. Bulkley and Raymond E. Vine were married on 27 Nov 1912 in Bradford,
Steuben, New York.9 by Colwell Townsend, clergyman Raymond E. Vine1 (son
of John O. Vine and Lovetta Potter) was born about 1885 in Monterey,
Schuyler, New York.9 In 1912 he was Undertaker. He was living on 13 Dec
1935 in Bradford, Steuben, New York. He died in 1939. He was buried in
Bradford_Bradford Cem, Bradford, Steuben, New York.7 Vine, Raymond E., b.
1885, d. 1939 Witness: Floyd W. Bulkley & Gladys M. Bulkley, 27 Nov 1912
LI: 27 Nov 1912, Bradford, Steuben, NY
Note: From the obit of Curtis L. Pepper. Sisters in laws Dorothy Vine of
Bradford, NY & Mildred Vine of Horseheads, NY (don't know who wives they
were)
The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 Dec 1935, pg 8, col 5, Bradford
R. E. Vine was in Corning, Saturday afternoon. Ruth P. Bulkley and Raymond
E. Vine had the following children:

+6 i. Laurette Vine (born on 13 Mar 1914).
+7 ii. Thorton B. Vine (born in 1917).
+8 iii. Winifred V. Vine (born ROUGHLY 1918).
+9 iv. Helen B. Vine (born on 10 Jul 1919).
+10 v. Alice Vine (born in 1925).
11 vi. W. Wilson Vine1 was born unknown. He died before 30 Mar 1998.
12 vii. Homer Vine1 was born unknown. He died before 30 Mar 1998.
13 viii. Charles Vine1 was born unknown. He died before 30 Mar 1998.
+14 ix. Ramona Vine (born unknown).
 

5. Sylvanus A. Bulkley1 (Alfred W.-1) was born in 1900 in Bradford,
Steuben, New York.7,9 He was living in 1917 in Bradford, Steuben, New
York.5 In 1922 he was Farming. He died on 8 Jul 1967.7 He was buried in
Savona_Seaman_St Cem, Savona, Steuben, New York.7 Bulkley, Sylvanus A.
1900-1967 LI: 28 Jun 1922, Bath, Steuben, NY; Witness: 28 Jun 1922,
Nelson & Gynlyn Naukey (MR)

Sylvanus A. Bulkley and Hazel May Stinson were married on 28 Jun 1922 in
Bath, Steuben, New York.10 by Eugene M. Johnson, clergyman, Bradford, NY
Hazel May Stinson1 (daughter of James J. Stinson and Rosa J. Carman) was
born on 5 Apr 1900 in Bath, Steuben, New York.2,7 On 1 Jun 1905 she was No
Occupation in Urbana town, Steuben, New York.4 She appeared in the census
on 1 Jun 1905 in Urbana town, Steuben, New York.4 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 1st
E.D. Urbana, Steuben Co NY, pg 14, line 43, daughter, white, female, aged
5yrs; b. US; citz; occ none. In 1922 she was at home. She died on 13 Oct
1989 in IDM Hospital, Urbana, Steuben, New York.2 She was buried in
Savona_Seaman_St Cem, Savona, Steuben, New York.7 Bulkley, Hazel M.
1900-19____ Witness: 28 Jun 1922, Nelson & Gynlyn Naukey (MR); LI: 28 Jun
1922, Bath, Steuben, NY Sylvanus A. Bulkley and Hazel May Stinson had the
following children:

+15 i. Robert Sylvanus Bulkley {WWII} (born in 1923).
+16 ii. Glenn E. Bulkley.

Sources

1. GEDCOM file. Created on 20 FEB 2003. Imported on 20 Feb 2003.
2. Steuben County Death Records, Bath, NY.
3. Death Notice.
4. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.
5. Sister's Obituary.
6. Yates County, Marriage Records, Penn Yan, New York.
7. Steuben County Cemetery Records, Bath, New York.
8. Wife's obituary.
9. Steuben County Marriage Records, Bath, Steuben, NY.
10. Schuyler County Marriage Records, New York.

Wed. Dec. 23, 1863 Old Resident
The oldest resident of Steuben Co., Mrs. Sarah Rowley, mother of J.W.Rowley of Tuscarora, has attained the age of 97 years.
She is quite hale and hearty, always insist upon dressing and takingcare of her self and until 3 months past has taken daily walks out of doors.
She remembers distinctly the incidents of the Revolution, was a marriedwomen before Geo. Washington was president and was mother of twelve children.
This was taken from
Marriages & Deaths, Steuben Co. 1797 -- 1868
Film # 6093795
page # at bottom of article 121

Submitted by: Larry Horst travis91.1@juno.com
 

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