The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY

Transcribed & Submitted By: PHGS Member Jean Kay Morse

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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8
Babcock Hollow
Babcock Hollow, Dec 10-Mr. and Mrs. Luther Townsend spent the week end with
their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Mahan, of Bath.
Descendants of Luther Townsend - 27 Oct 2002
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FIRST GENERATION

1. Luther Townsend1 was living on December 10, 1935 in Babcock Hollow, Bathtown, Steuben, New York. He died dead. The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY,
Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8 Babcock Hollow Babcock Hollow, Dec 10-Mr. and Mrs. Luther Townsend spent the week end with
their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Mahan, of Bath.

He was married to Cora Burke before 1935. Cora Burke1 was living onDecember 10, 1935 in Babcock Hollow, Bath town, Steuben, New York. The
Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8 Babcock Hollow Babcock Hollow, Dec 10-Mr. and Mrs. Luther Townsend spent the week end with their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Mahan, of Bath. Luther Townsend and Cora Burke had the following children:
+2 i. Bessie Townsend.
+3 ii. Grace Townsend.
+4 iii. Hazel Townsend (born unknown).
5 iv. Tom Townsend.
+6 v. Evelyn Townsend.

SECOND GENERATION

2. Bessie Townsend1 (Luther-1).
She was married to Green Olin.
3. Grace Townsend1 (Luther-1).
She was married to {male} Bowman.

4. Hazel Townsend1 (Luther-1) was living on December 13, 1935 in Bath,
Steuben, New York. She was born unknown. The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY,
Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8 Babcock Hollow
Babcock Hollow, Dec 10-Mr. and Mrs. Luther Townsend spent the week end with
their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Mahan, of Bath.
She was married to {male} Perkins.
She was married to {male} Mahan before December 10, 1935. {male} Mahan was
born unknown.
6. Evelyn Townsend1 (Luther-1).
She was married to {male} Roles.

SOURCES

1. Katharine Walker & Mary Van Gelder McElwaine Greenfield.
The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8
Babcock Hollow
Babcock Hollow, Dec 10-Mr. and Mrs. Luther Townsend spent the week end with
their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Mahan, of Bath.
Descendants of Luther Townsend - 27 Oct 2002
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FIRST GENERATION

1. Luther Townsend1 was living on December 10, 1935 in Babcock Hollow, Bath
town, Steuben, New York. He died dead. The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY,
Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8 Babcock Hollow
Babcock Hollow, Dec 10-Mr. and Mrs. Luther Townsend spent the week end with
their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Mahan, of Bath.
 

He was married to Cora Burke before 1935. Cora Burke1 was living on
December 10, 1935 in Babcock Hollow, Bath town, Steuben, New York. The
Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8 Babcock
Hollow
Babcock Hollow, Dec 10-Mr. and Mrs. Luther Townsend spent the week end with
their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Mahan, of Bath.
Luther Townsend and Cora Burke had the following children:

+2 i. Bessie Townsend.
+3 ii. Grace Townsend.
+4 iii. Hazel Townsend (born unknown).
5 iv. Tom Townsend.
+6 v. Evelyn Townsend.

SECOND GENERATION

2. Bessie Townsend1 (Luther-1).

She was married to Green Olin.

3. Grace Townsend1 (Luther-1).

She was married to {male} Bowman.

4. Hazel Townsend1 (Luther-1) was living on December 13, 1935 in Bath,
Steuben, New York. She was born unknown. The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY,
Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8 Babcock Hollow
Babcock Hollow, Dec 10-Mr. and Mrs. Luther Townsend spent the week end with
their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Mahan, of Bath.

She was married to {male} Perkins.

She was married to {male} Mahan before December 10, 1935. {male} Mahan was
born unknown.

6. Evelyn Townsend1 (Luther-1).

She was married to {male} Roles.

SOURCES

2. Katharine Walker & Mary Van Gelder McElwaine Greenfield.
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Mrs. Frank Shults is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sayer, of
Osceola, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Magee and family attended the funeral of his mother,
Mrs. Owen Magee, at Bath on Saturday.
Descendants of Owen Magee - 27 Oct 2002
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FIRST GENERATION

1. Owen Magee was born about 1873 in , , United States.1 He was a Day
Laborer on June 1, 1905 in Bath, Steuben, New York.1 He appeared on the
census on June 1, 1905 in Vermont St, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.1
Census: 01 Jun 1905, 6th E.D. Bath, Steuben Co NY; pg 16, line 48, head,
white, male, aged 32yrs; b. US; citz; occ day laborer

He was married to Sarah A. Benedict before 1902. Sarah A. Benedict was born
in 1877 in , , United States. She was a Housework on June 1, 1905 in Bath,
Steuben, New York.1 She appeared on the census on June 1, 1905 in Vermont
St, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.1 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 6th E.D. Bath,
Steuben Co NY; pg 16, line 49, wife, white, female, aged 27yrs; b. US; citz;
occ housework She died in December 1935. The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY,
Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8 Babcock Hollow
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Magee and family attended the funeral of his mother,
Mrs. Owen Magee, at Bath on Saturday. Owen Magee and Sarah A. Benedict had
the following children:

+2 i. Floyd O. Magee (born in 1896).
+3 ii. Ernest F. Magee (born on April 16, 1998).
+4 iii. Ralph Lavesis ? Magee (born about 1900).
+5 iv. Ethel Fay Magee "Etho" (born about 1902).

SECOND GENERATION

2. Floyd O. Magee (Owen-1) was born in 1896 in Bath, Steuben, New York.2
He was an At School on June 1, 1905 in Bath, Steuben, New York.1 He
appeared on the census on June 1, 1905 in Vermont St, Bath Village, Steuben,
New York.1 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 6th E.D. Bath, Steuben Co NY; pg 16, line
50, son, white, male, aged
8yrs; b. US; citz; occ at school (9) He was living on December 10, 1935 in
Babcock Hollow, Bath town, Steuben, New York. He died on September 5, 1968.
He was buried in Bath_Grove Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York. LI: 17
Jun 1918, Bath, Steuben, NY;Witness: 17 Jun 1918, W. T. Bonney & Owen Magee
(MR)
The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 December 1935, pg 9, col 6,7,8
Babcock Hollow
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Magee and family attended the funeral of his mother,
Mrs. Owen Magee, at Bath on Saturday.
Note: Church Records, Bath, NY; Magee, Floyd O., died 05 Sep1968, AE 72yrs

He was married to Janie Marie Bonney (daughter of William T. Bonney and
Estella Daynes) on June 17, 1918 in Bath, Steuben, New York.2 by Walter S.
Davison, minister Janie Marie Bonney was born in 1897 in Prattsburgh,
Steuben, New York. She was a Press Feeding in 1918. She was living on
December 10, 1935 in Babcock Hollow, Bath town, Steuben, New York. She died
before August 13, 2000. She was buried in Bath_Grove Cem, Bath Village,
Steuben, New York. Witness: 17 Jun 1918, W. T. Bonney & Owen Magee (MR);
LI: 17 Jun 1918, Bath, Steuben, NY Floyd O. Magee and Janie Marie Bonney
had the following children:

+6 i. Hazel Magee (born unknown).
+7 ii. Mary Louise Magee (born on August 7, 1924).
+8 iii. Rita Magee (born unknown).
+9 iv. Anita Magee (born unknown).
+10 v. Robert Magee (born unknown).

3. Ernest F. Magee (Owen-1) was an At School on June 1, 1905 in Bath,
Steuben, New York.1 He appeared on the census on June 1, 1905 in Vermont
St, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.1 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 6th E.D. Bath,
Steuben Co NY; pg 17, line 1, son, white, male, aged 7yrs; b. US; citz; occ
at school (9) He was a Motor Mechanic in 1921. He died on November 20,
1976 in Bath, Steuben, New York. He was born on April 16, 1998 in Bath,
Steuben, New York.2 Note: 1905 census 6th ED Bath, NY; states that he was
7yrs old.
Note: Marriage record stated he was born 1901 He was buried in Bath_Grove
Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York. LI: 28 May 1921, 19 Vermont St,
Bath, Steuben, NY; Witness: 28 May 1921, Elsie L. & C. M. Chrysler (MR)
Note: Church Records, Bath, NY; died 20 Nov 1976, AE 78yrs at Bath, NY,
born 04 Apr 1898 also in Bath, NY

He was married to Ruth Bryant Smith (daughter of Thomas N. Smith and Avis
May Milliman) on May 28, 1921 in Mt Morris, Livingston, New York.2 by J. W.
Sanderson, clergyman, Mt Morris, NY Ruth Bryant Smith was born on January
22, 1899 in Bath, Steuben, New York.2 She was a Nurse in 1921. She died on
January 27, 1978. She was buried in Bath_Unknown Cem, Bath, Steuben, New
York. Census: 01 Jun 1905, Bath, Steuben, NY; 1st E.D. pg 5, line 22,
daughter, white, female, aged 6yrs; b. US.
LI: 28 May 1921, Bath, Steuben, NY; Witness: 28 May 1921, Elsie L. & C. M.
Chrysler (MR)
Note: could have died Jan 1979 Ernest F. Magee and Ruth Bryant Smith had
the following children:

+11 i. Douglas S. Magee (born on March 26, 1923).
+12 ii. Carol Magee (born on May 2, 1939).

4. Ralph Lavesis ? Magee (Owen-1) was born about 1900 in Bath, Steuben, New
York.2 He was a No Occupation on June 1, 1905 in Bath, Steuben, New York.1
He appeared on the census on June 1, 1905 in Vermont St, Bath Village,
Steuben, New York.1 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 6th E.D. Bath, Steuben Co NY; pg
17, line 2, son, white, male, aged 5yrs; b. US; citz; occ at school (9) He
was a Mechanic in 1919. He was living on December 23, 1969 in Bath,
Steuben, New York. LI: 02 Jan 1919, Bath, Steuben, NY
Witness: Mr & Mrs Floyd O. Magee, 02 Jan 1919 (MR)

He was married to Helen May Paris (daughter of Edward Fremont Paris and
Eliza Rogers) on January 2, 1919 in Bath, Steuben, New York.2 by Walter S.
Davison, minister Helen May Paris was born about 1900 in Hammondsport,
Steuben, New York. She was a Domestic in 1919. She died in 1923.

5. Ethel Fay Magee "Etho" (Owen-1) was born about 1902 in Bath, Steuben,
New York.2 She was a None on June 1, 1905 in Bath, Steuben, New York.1 She
appeared on the census on June 1, 1905 in Vermont St, Bath Village, Steuben,
New York.1 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 6th E.D. Bath, Steuben Co NY; pg 17, line
3, daughter, white, female, aged 2yrs; b. US; citz; occ none. She was a
None in 1920. LI: 23 Dec 1920, 101 Davis St, Corning, Steuben, NY
Witness: 23 Dec 1920, Owen & Sarah Magee (MR)

She was married to Charles Henry Bush (son of Lewis H. Bush and Eugenia M.
Francis) on December 23, 1920 in Corning, Steuben, New York.2 by George S.
G. Hares, clergyman Charles Henry Bush was born about 1897 in Neils Creek,
Avoca Town, Steuben, New York.2 He was living on June 1, 1905 in Neils
Creek, Avoca Town, Steuben, New York.1 He was an At School on June 1, 1905
in Neils Creek, Avoca Town, Steuben, New York.1 He was a Glassworker in
1920. Census: 01 Jun 1905, 2nd E.D. Avoca, Steuben, NY; pg 8, line 7, son,
white, male, aged 7yrs; b. US; citz; occ at school
LI: 23 Dec 1920, 101 Davis St, Corning, Steuben, NY; Witness: 23 Dec 1920,
Owen & Sarah Magee (MR)

SOURCES

1. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.
3. Steuben County Marriage Records, Bath, Steuben, NY

Descendants of John Leverett Walker "Leverett" - 27 Oct 2002
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FIRST GENERATION

1. John Leverett Walker "Leverett" was born on October 12, 1878 in Bath
town, Steuben, New York.1 b. R.D.#4, Jonesville, Bath, Steuben Co NY He
was a Day Laborer on June 1, 1905 in Bath, Steuben, New York.2 He appeared
on the census on June 1, 1905 in East Steuben St, Bath Village, Steuben, New
York.2 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 3rd E.D. Bath, Steuben Co., NY; pg 6, line 39,
head, white, male, aged 26yrs; b. US; citz; occ day laborer He was a Dairy
Farmer, operated Walker's Dairy, RD 1, Bath, NY before 1965. He died on
March 13, 1965 in Bath, Steuben, New York.1 died at home, R. D. #1,; could
have died 07 Mar 1965
He was buried in Bath_Nondaga Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.
Steuben Courier-Advocate, Bath, NY 18 Mar 1965, pg 7, col 4
LI: A native of the Town of Bath, Steuben, NY; RD 1, Bath
Occ: One of Steuben Counyt's best known dairy farmers. operated Walker's
Dairy, Bath, RD#1, from 1923 to 1955 when the business was purchased by his
son, Town Atty. Howard
J. Walker of Bath, NY
Note: 60 year member of the Bath Grange; member of Steuben County Farm
Bureau. Interested in politics for many years.
Note: Mr. Walker served for 2-years as town of Bath tax Collector during
the 1920's.
Surv: 1-granddaughter; 2-great grandchildren; several nieces & nephews.
Note: Funeral held at residence of the family; Rev William S. Calkins Jr of
the Centenary Methodist Church officiating
Note: Leverett was a dairy farmer from 1923 to 1955. He owned and operated
Walker's Dairy. He was a 60-yrs grange member.

He was married to Charlotte Maude VanGelder "Lottie" (daughter of Clinton E.
VanGelder "Kit" {Civil War} and Julia Ann Jacobus) on March 22, 1901 in 208
East Steuben St, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.3 Charlotte Maude
VanGelder "Lottie" was born on October 3, 1883 in Babcock Hollow, Bath town,
Steuben, New York.2,3 She was a Housework on June 1, 1905 in Bath, Steuben,
New York.2 She appeared on the census on June 1, 1905 in East Steuben St,
Bath Village, Steuben, New York.2 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 3rd E.D. Bath,
Steuben Co., NY; pg 6, line 40, wife, white, female, aged 21yrs; b. US;
citz; occ housework She died on March 7, 1964 in Bath, Steuben, New York.3
died at home, R.D.#1 She was buried in Bath_Nondaga Cem, Bath Village,
Steuben, New York.3,4 Walker, Charlotte M. d. 07 Mar 1964 AE 80 yrs
John Leverett Walker "Leverett" and Charlotte Maude VanGelder "Lottie" had
the following children:

+2 i. Marion E. Walker (born on January 31, 1902).
3 ii. Catharine Frances Walker5 was born on December 23, 1905.3 She was
living on December 23, 1998 in Bath, Steuben, New York. She was living on
August 4, 1999 in Bath, Steuben, New York.6 She was a Teacher in Babcock
Hollow, Bath town, Steuben, New York. She was a X-Ray Tech..3 Note:
attended Haverling, graduating in 1922. graduated from Geneseo State
College, taught 15yrs in the rural school districts of Bath, Savona and
Campbell. After teaching she became an x-ray technician
Occ: taught 1st & 2nd grades in Campbell, having sixty four "kids" in
one room.
Taught 8 & 1/2 years in the Bowlby School, leaving in January to work at
Mercury Aircraft Inc. in Hammondsport, NY; After a year, WWII was over &
then entered Bath Hospital in Dec 1945 to train as a x-ray technician,
earned a license, and stayed 5yrs.
Note: member of the Centenary United Methodis Church since 1921. She
taught Sunday School and was superindent for 7-yrs.
She belongs to the Republiican Party, Garden Club, Daughters of the
American Revolution (DAR), Golden Age Club, and Bath Coin Club
Note: never married. (She didn't find anyone I'd give up my independence
for!)
+4 iii. Atty. Howard John Walker (born on February 9, 1914).

SECOND GENERATION

2. Marion E. Walker (John Leverett-1) was born on January 31, 1902 in
Jonesville, Bath town, Steuben, New York.3 R.D.#4, Bath, NY She appeared
on the census on June 1, 1905 in East Steuben St, Bath Village, Steuben, New
York.2 Census: 01 Jun 1905, 3rd E.D. Bath, Steuben Co., NY; pg 6, line 41,
daughter, white, female, aged 3yrs; b. US; citz; occ none. She was a
Teacher before 1964.3 She died on October 12, 1964.3,4 She was buried in
Bath_Nondaga Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.4 Romine, Marion W. d.
12 Oct 1964 AE 62 yrs. Note: Marion graduated from Geneseo State College

She was married to Gordon LeRoy Romine (son of Pereinal LeRoy Romine and
Winifred Mabel Hand) on August 4, 1931 in Bath, Steuben, New York.3 Gordon
LeRoy Romine was born on March 15, 1904 in Owego, Tioga, New York.3 He died
on April 24, 1962.4 He was buried in Bath_Nondaga Cem, Bath Village,
Steuben, New York.4 Romine, Gordon L. d. 24 Apr 1962 AE 56yrs. Marion
E. Walker and Gordon LeRoy Romine had the following children:

+5 i. Carol Ann Romine (born on August 26, 1933).

4. Atty. Howard John Walker (John Leverett-1) was born on February 9, 1914
in Savona, Steuben, New York.3 He was living on April 9, 1999 in 126 East
Washington St, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.7 He died on August 4, 1999
in VA Medical Center, Bath, Steuben, New York.1 He was christened in
Methodist Church, Savona, Steuben, New York.3 He was buried in Bath_Nondaga
Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.1 Note: Howad graduated from Syracuse
University in 1937 and from Syraucse University Law in 1940 and was admitted
to the New York State Bar 02 Oct 1940. He begainthe practice of law in the
City of corning as an employee of the law office of W. Earl Costello. He
joined the Army Apr 1941, was severely inguried in training at Fort Niagara,
spent several weeks in Fort Niagara Hospital and honorably discharged in
October 1941. When he returned to Bath he joined the firm Cole & Walker.
He left the firm in 1976 to form his own firm in Bath. He retired on 31 Mar
1993, after 53 yrs of practicing law in New York State.
Obit: The Leader, Corning, NY; 06 Aug 1999, pg 2C, col 1
LI: of 126 E. Washington St, Bath, Steuben, NY
Occ: an attorney and the operator of Walker Law Office
Note: Seager-Jones Funeral Home, 4 E Washington St, Bath, Steuben, NY; Rev
Jeff McDowell, officiating

He was married to Agnes Margaret Wager (daughter of George C. Wager and
Catherine E. Marks) on April 21, 1950 in Cohocton, Steuben, New York.3
Agnes Margaret Wager was born on July 11, 1912 in Cohocton, Steuben, New
York.3 Note: could have been born 13 Jul 1912 She died on April 9, 1999 in
126 East Washington St, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.1 She was buried in
Bath_Nondaga Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York.1 Obit: The Leader,
Corning, NY; 11 Apr 1999, pg 2C, col 4-5
Burial: Nondaga Cem, Bath, NY
Obit: The Leader, Corning, NY; 12 Apr 1999, pg 2C, col 5-6
LI: of 126 E. Washington St, Bath, Steuben, NY
Occ: registered nurse at Bath Hospital, Bath, NY
Note: member of St Mary's Church, Bath, NY, the Holy Rosary Society; a
volunteer for the American Cancer Society, she was Volunteer of the Year in
1967 & rec'd the Dr Sands Award in 1967.
Surv: Several nieces and nephews
Note: Seager-Jones Funeral Home, 4 E Washington St, Bath, NY; Rev Richard
J. Shatzel, officiating.
Obit: The Leader, Corning, NY; 14 Apr 1999 pg 2C, cole 5-6 Atty. Howard
John Walker and Agnes Margaret Wager had the following children:

6 i. No Issue Walker **.

SOURCES

1. Death Notice.
2. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.
3. Katharine Walker & Mary Van Gelder McElwaine Greenfield.
4. Steuben County Cemetery Records, Bath, New York.
5. Thomas E. Stackpole, Editor. Discovering the Facts, Families, &
Folklore. The Historical Foundation of Bath, NY, Inc.
6. Brother's Obituary.
7. Wife's obituary.
Individual Summary - 27 Oct 2002
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Name: Mary Evelyn VanGelder {adopted}1
Sex: Female
Father: Charles Franklin VanGelder (8 Feb 1855 - 7 Feb 1901)
Mother: Edith Elbertina Owens (ROUGHLY 1871 - )
Father: {male} Hood ( - )
Mother: Mary E. ( ) Hood (ROUGHLY 1873 - )
Father: Bowman D. Hood (31 Mar 1846 - 12 Mar 1918)
Mother: Mary E. VanGelder (7 Aug 1849 - 22 Mar 1932)
Father: Charles Franklin VanGelder (8 Feb 1855 - 7 Feb 1901)
Mother: Sarah Wertz (13 Dec 1876 - )

Individual Facts
Birth 22 Jan 1896 Painted Post, Steuben, New York2
Occupation 1 Jun 1905 (age 9) At School; Bath, Steuben, New York2
Census 1 Jun 1905 (age 9) North Campbell St, Bath, Steuben, New York2
Death 2 Apr 1980 (age 84) Corning Hospital, Corning, Steuben, New York1
Baptism Bath_Nondaga Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York1

Marriages/Children
1. William Elias McElwain
Marriage 16 Jul 1913 (age 17) Bath, Steuben, New York3
Children Grace Evelyn McElwain (20 May 1914 - )

2. Benjamin Greenfield
Marriage 3 Apr 1926 (age 30)
Children Beatrice Clara Greenfield (20 Feb 1931 - )

Notes (Individual)
Census: Census: 01 Jun 1905, 4th E.D. Bath, Steuben Co. NY; pg 8, line 31,
niece (living with Bowman & Mary E. (VanGelder) Hood), white, female, aged
9yrs; b. US; citz; occ at school
General: Christened: Methodist Church
LI: 16 Jul 1913, Bath, Steuben, NY
Witness: Andrew Jergnson & Minie Wurth, 16 Jul 1912 & her adopted mother,
Mary E. Hood signed consent for marriage.

Notes (Family #1)
Marriage: by John L. Cameron, Clergyman

Notes (Family #2)

Sources
1. Katharine Walker & Mary Van Gelder McElwaine Greenfield.
2. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.
3. Steuben County Marriage Records, Bath, Steuben, NY.
Mrs. James Little spent Monday in Hornell shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Robinson, of Savona spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
George Evans.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey and sons spent the week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fulford.
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Mrs. Frank Shults is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sayer, of
Osceola, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Robinson, of Savona spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
George Evans.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey and sons spent the week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fulford.
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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 Dec 1935, pg 2, Col 2
CAMERON MILLS
The Aldriches Auto Smash-Up Near Tioga
Cameron Mills, R. D. 1, Dec 11-We were sorry to hear that Mr. and Mrs.
George Aldrich, of Pleasant Valley, frequent callers here, had an automobile
accident, near Tioga, last week, damaging their car beyond repair and
injuring both Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich. Mr. Aldrich is able to be around and
Mrs. Aldrich was removed from the Bath Memorial Hospital to her home,
Monday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Roland Angst have moved from the Jerry farm to the Edsall
place below Thurston, which they recently purchased.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rising, of Thurston, were callers in this hamlet,
Monday.
Individual Summary - 15 Oct 2002
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Name: Clark A. Rising
Sex: Male
Father: Henry Rising ( - )
Mother:

Individual Facts
Death 1852
Birth , Herkiner, New York
Occupation Farming & lumbering

Marriages/Children
1. Polly A. Thompson
Marriage bef 21 Mar 1848 Thurston, Steuben, New York
Children Willis H. Rising (21 Mar 1848 - )

Notes (Individual)

Notes (Family #1)
The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; Friday, 13 Dec 1935; pg 2, col 2; Cameron
Mills, NY; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rising, of Thurston, were callers in this
hamlet, Monday.

Sources
The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; 13 Dec 1935, pg 2, col 2, Cameron Mills
Henry Wilber and daughter, Frances, were in Bath, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lewis were in Corning, Friday, to see Mrs. Joe
Burley, who is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner were in Bath, Saturday.
Family Group Record
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Husband: Milton <Melton> Turner
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Birth: abt 1849 , , United States
Occupation: 1 Jun 1905 Farmer
Census: 1 Jun 1905 Thurston town, Steuben, New York
Marriage: bef 1887
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Wife: Ella Jayne
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Birth: abt 1861 , , United States
Occupation: 1 Jun 1905 Housework
Census: 1 Jun 1905 Thurston town, Steuben, New York
Death: dead
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Children
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1 M Clifford Turner
Birth: abt 1883 , , United States
Occupation: 1 Jun 1905 Farm Laborer
Census: 1 Jun 1905 Thurston town, Steuben, New York
Living: 7 Dec 1935 Cameron Mills, Steuben, New York
Spouse: {female} ( ) Turner (m bef 7 Dec 1935)
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2 F Cristel O. Turner
Birth: abt 1884 , , United States
Occupation: 1 Jun 1905 At Home
Census: 1 Jun 1905 Thurston town, Steuben, New York
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3 M Harry O. Turner
Birth: abt 1887 Cameron, Steuben, New York
Occupation: 1 Jun 1905 At Home
Census: 1 Jun 1905 Thurston town, Steuben, New York
Occupation: 1919 Farming
Spouse: Almira E. <Elmira> Aldrich (m 1 Jan 1919)
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FAMILY NOTES

HUSBAND NOTES: Milton <Melton> Turner
Birth(1):
Occupation(1):
Census(1): Census: 01 Jun 1905, Thurston Town, Steuben Co NY; pg 3, line 9,
head, white,
male, aged 56yrs; b. US; citz; occ farmer

WIFE NOTES: Ella Jayne
Birth(1):
Occupation(1):
Census(1): Census: 01 Jun 1905, Thurston Town, Steuben Co NY; pg 3, line 10,
wife, white,
male, aged 44yrs; b. US; citz; occ housework
General: [Name: Jaynes/Jayne]

CHILD NOTES: Clifford Turner
Birth(1):
Occupation(1):
Census(1): Census: 01 Jun 1905, Thurston Town, Steuben Co NY; pg 3, line 8,
boarder, white,
male, aged 22yrs; b. US; citz; occ farm laborer
General: Note: living next door to Milton & Ella Turner, being in the right
neighbor and
is the right age to be there son.
The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 Dec 1935, pg 2, Col 2
CAMERON MILLS, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner were in Bath, Saturday.

CHILD NOTES: Cristel O. Turner
Birth(1):
Occupation(1):
Census(1): Census: 01 Jun 1905, Thurston Town, Steuben Co NY; pg 3, line 11,
daughter,
white, female, aged 21yrs; b. US; citz; occ at home

CHILD NOTES: Harry O. Turner
Birth(2):
Occupation(1):
Census(1): Census: 01 Jun 1905, Thurston Town, Steuben Co NY; pg 3, line 12,
son, white,
male, aged 18yrs; b. US; citz; occ at home
General: Witness: 01 Jan 1919, Mrs C J Cornell & Mrs Mary R Miller; LI: 01
Jan 1919,
Cameron, Steuben, NY (MR); marriage of 01 Jan 1919 was his 1st marriage

SOURCES
1. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.
2. Steuben County Marriage Records, Bath, Steuben, NY.
Mrs. Alice Yost was in Canisteo last week to have some teeth extracted.
Roland Wilbur and Ray Burns cut and buzzed wood for Henry Wilber Friday
and Saturday.
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The Steuben Courier, Bath, Steuben, New York, Friday, 13 Dec 1935, pg Front,
Col 1,
Parents Asked to Prevent Pets from Tagging to School
Policeman on traffic duty at the monument at the Liberty Street -
Washington Avenue intersection during school hours this week appealed to
parents to prevent pets from following children to school.
Dogs and cats in considerable numbers tag along to school at the heels
of their small masters and mistresses like Mary's little lamb, the police
complain, and like the lamb they hang around outside until the children
re-appear. In the meantime the pets frolic about in the highway, making of
themselves great annoyances to motorists who do their best to avoid running
them down.
Parents can make it easier for all concerned and safer for the pets by
locking them up until the children are out of sight.
Col 2,
Derwood Lee Is Making Good at Normal School
Is In Radio Program Tomorrow at 4:30
Derwood Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Derwood R. Lee, of this village, is
making a name for himself at Fredonia State Normal School. Mr. Lee, who was
graduated from Haverling in the class of 1934, is taking a musical course in
the normal school, plays first chair baritone in the band, and sings first
tenor in the glee club. The glee club will broadcast a program over station
WKBW of the Buffalo Broadcasting Company, tomorrow (Saturday) from 4:30 to
5:00 p.m. The club has been organized for ten years. The program to be
broadcast will consist of numbers taken from the early masters of choral
music and from our modern composers. Mr. Lee is in his freshman year at the
normal school.

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Former Hornell, Chief To Seek Office of Sheriff
Former Chief of Police Clarence Bailey, of Hornell, this week announced
that he would seek the Republican nomination for Sheriff in the Primaries
next year, to succeed Sheriff Cornell.
Col 3,
Sixty Years Have Fled Since Worthy Couple Were Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Eveland Celebrate
Last Sunday morning at 10:30, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Eveland were happily
surprised when a group of out-of-town friends gathered at their home in
this village to help them celebrate the anniversary of their wedding, which
was solemnized at Tyrone sixty years ago. The guests brought dinner with
them, and just after the meal was over the Rev. F. W. Webber, pastor of the
Baptist church called to present a purse on behalf of the Philathea Class,
of which Mrs. Eveland is a member. Mr. and Mrs. Eveland received a number
of gifts and messages of congratulation. Those who attended the surprise
party were Mrs. Della Gleason, of Keuka, (only surviving guest at the
wedding sixty years ago); Mr. and Mrs. Lee Switzer and Mrs. Louise Pitcher,
of Tyrone; Mr. and Mrs. Joel Wood and son, Louis, of Bradford; and Mr. and
Mrs. James Loree and daughters, Miss Louise Loree and Mrs. Ethel Shane, of
Bellona.

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Bath Church Pays High Tribute for Devoted Services
At Annual Church Night Supper
The Annual Church night of the Baptist Church, with business meeting
following, was served in the church parlors Monday evening, December 9, Rev.
Fred M. Webber, pastor of the church, presided as chairman at the business
meeting. Very encouraging reports were given by the various organization
and by the pastor, the financial reports showing that all bills are paid for
the current year.
John Leonard, as chairman of the nominating committee presented these
names, and unanimous election of all officers followed: George J. Watkins,
Sr., honorary member of the Board of Deacons, for life. Mrs. C. M. Dean
honorary member of the Board of Deaconesses, for life; William Miller,
deacon; Burt Hemus, Lindsay White, trustees; Mrs. Charles Kinney, Miss Laura
Hewlett, Mrs. Ruth Addis, Mrs. Fay Sharp, deaconesses; J. M. Hewlett,
financial secretary; Raymond Ormsby, treasurer; Miss Julia Hemus benevolence
secretary; Milton Morse, benevolence treasurer; William Coon, head usher;
Mrs. Raymond Ormsby and Mrs. Robert Magill, Committee of Religious
Education; Miss Grace Hopkins, Raymond Ormsby, Laird Addis, Finance
Committee; Mrs. George Brown, clerk.
Tribute was paid to the retiring officers-George J. Watkins, Sr., who
has served long and faithfully as deacon; Mrs. Charles Dean, who has been an
equally faithful deaconess, and Mrs. George J. Watkins, Sr., whose long
clerkship has been most satisfactory-also to Burt Hemus, for his generous
service as acting sexton.
Col 4,
Save Space for Shoppers' Cars, Bath, NY
Chief of Police Archie Bates this week reiterated his oft-repeated
request to business men and employees of stores on Liberty Street to park
their cars elsewhere than on the street, especially during the Christmas
Shopping season.
Parking space on Liberty Street is limited, explained Chief Bates, and
what space is available should be left open for shoppers so that double
parking with its many annoyances can be eliminated.

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World's Biggest 'Eye' Pronounced A Perfect Disc
Scientific Triumph at Corning Glass Works
The World's greatest astronomical disc-the instrument which will
penetrate scientific frontiers-was taken from its annealing oven at the
Corning Glass Works last Sunday. The great "eye" which has been a center of
interest for scientists during the past year, since the glass was poured
into its mold, was pronounced perfect so far as structure is concerned, and
now awaits grinding and polishing before being set into the observatory on
Mt. Palomar, 85 miles south of Pasadena, California.
It is expected that it will take two weeks to crate the "eye" to prepare
it for shipment by freight to its observatory destination.
The big observatory in which the new telescope disc will be used is to
be under the direction of the observatory council, made up of scientists
from California Institute of Technology and astronomers from the Mt. Wilson
Observatory and the Carnegie Institution.
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F. VanGelder Gets Sutton Home.
Frank VanGelder this week traded his farm on Bonny Hill, known as the
Sherman Dudley Farm, for the residence property in Bath known as the Dr.
Sutton residence on West Morris Street.
Col 5,
Kanona CCC Boys Win
The CCC basketball team won a hard fought victory, 16-13, from the Bath
Collegiate Center Monday night at the Bath High School court. The C. C. C.
boys took an early lead and were out in front by a good margin at the half.
The Collegians battled hard in the second half and almost evened the score.
The two teams will meet again next Monday night and a fast game may be
expected.
Col 8,
Hospital May Be Built If Finance Plan Is Accepted
Needed Funds Offered For Project
Happy will be Bath folk this week to hear that the new hospital will in
all probability be built as originally planned. After several conferences
attended by village officials, physicians, architects and attorneys it was
found that reductions in cost could be effected and enough additional money
obtained to make the building possible, if the Public Works Administration
will accept the plans for additional financing.
Reductions in the cost of the project will be represented by services
donated in some instance, Mayor Fred J. Cooper said. Mayor Cooper left for
New York City after a meeting of the Village Board Tuesday night to lay the
revised plans before the State PWA office.
Bids for construction of the new hospital when opened last week was
found to exceed the $100,000 available for the work by more than $15,000,
but Bath and vicinity professional and business men have tentatively agreed
to underwrite any deficit. It the new financing plan is satisfactory to the
PWA, which is giving a grant of $45,000 and a long of $55,000 for the
project, it is expected the contracts will be let shortly. PWA regulations
prescribe that contracts for the job must be let by December 15, but an
extension may be granted because of the unexpected financial difficulties
encountered on the Bath project.
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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 Dec 1935, pg Two
Col. 3 & 4
Pictures of The Past
Touches of Life in This Vicinity 40 and 20 Years Ago That Sir Memories
40 Years Ago - 13 Dec 1895
Bath societies had elected officers for the year. Bath Grange had chosen
Edward S. Moore as Master; Bath Council Royal Areanum, A. H. Otis, Regent;
Royal Tent No. 71, K. O. T. M., E. S. Moore, Commander; Barry Post, No. 248,
G. A. R. John J. McGuire, Commander; Custer Post, G. A. R., James Faulkner,
Commander.
Individual Summary - 14 Oct 2002
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Name: Edward Spencer Moore
Sex: Male
Father: John W. Moore (23 Mar 1835 - 1912)
Mother: Eliza A. Coss (abt 1840 - 1926)

Individual Facts
Birth 26 Feb 1864 Bath, Steuben, New York
Occupation 1 Jun 1905 (age 41) Farmer; Bath, Steuben, New York1
Census 1 Jun 1905 (age 41) Bath, Steuben, New York1
Death 10 Feb 1952 (age 87) Bath, Steuben, New York
Burial Bath_Unionville Cem, Bath town, Steuben, New York

Marriages/Children
1. Carrie May Brundage
Marriage bef 1888 (age 24)
Children Charlotte Eliza Moore (abt 1888 - )
J. Melvin Moore (abt 1889 - )

Notes (Individual)
Census: Census: 01 Jun 1905, 2nd E.D. Bath, Steuben Co, NY; pg 14, line 18,
head, white, male, aged 41yrs; b. US; citz; occ farmer.
General: The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 Dec 1935, 40 years Ago -
13 Dec 1895, Bath Grange had chosen Edward S. Moore as Master; Royal Tent
No. 71, K. O. T. M., E. S. Moore, Commander

Notes (Family #1)

Sources
1. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.

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Bert Stout, of Wallace, had accidentally shot himself. He was a young man
of 17; went out gunning for rabbits; chased one into a hole; set his gun
against a tree; commenced to dig for his quarry. The rabbit suddenly rushed
out; Stout ran for his gun, but in his excitement fumbled and the hammer
caught on a twig of the tree, discharged the gun, which ended the young man'
s life.

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Henry Benham, one of the oldest citizen of Hammondsport, had died at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. S. S. Fairchild, at the age of 81.

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Arrangement were being made for the second annual masquerade ball of the
Frank Campbell Hose Company. The Committee of arrangements consisted of
Christopher Tyrrell, Joseph McGurie, Martin Collins, Jr, Aaron Shoemaker,
John S. Hague, Edward Hersh, John Powers, Charles Huber, Floyd Smith and
Joseph McCormick.

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Frank E. Bronson, of Painted Post, had been appointed a United States
Loan Commissioner for Steuben County.

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Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Levering had celebrated the thirtiety anniversary of
their wedding.

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Dr. E. P. Stewart was fitting up "The Ark" on Lake Keuka for a
sanitarium.

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Steuben County Council, Patrons of Husbandry had met with Bath Grange on
Tuesday, and 12 out of 22 Grange in the county were represented. U. A.
Carpenter and O. D. Miller, both of this village, were chosen
representatives to the Farmers' Congress at Albany.

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M. M. Levering and Marshall Walker had opened a store on West Steuben
Street with a stock of tobacco and confectionery.
20 Year Age - 17 Dec 1935
The Grove Springs Hotel, one of the oldest summer resorts on Lake Keuka,
had burned to the ground in a fire that raged for two hours. When there was
nothing more to burn, the sightliest spot on fair Keuka's shores was a heap
of smouldering ashes.

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Dr. A. A. Aldrich, aged 85, of Addison, had died during the week.

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Edward M. Richardson had died at the home of James E. Bennett, on East
William Street, where he had an apartment, his death following an illness of
many weeks. He was the father of Miss Carrie Richardson, now of Mt. Vernon,
and a brother of Clinton, W. Richardson, who died about a year ago.

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Sheriff Frank O. Gay had announced the appointment of his official staff
as follows: Undersheriff, Robert Robinson, Bath; clerk, Chester K. Mason,
Hornell; jailer, Mervin H. Taylor, Bath; guards, Ray Wheaton; Harry
Burlingame.
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Individual Summary - 13 Oct 2002
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Name: Mervin Hammond Taylor
Sex: Male
Father: W. Scott Taylor (abt 1852 - )
Mother: Nancy E. Macartney (abt 1854 - 1 Feb 1914)

Individual Facts
Birth abt 1887 Towlesville, Howard, Steuben, New York
Occupation bet 1905-1910 (age 18) Farm laborer (1905); Farmer (1910); ,
Steuben, New York

Marriages/Children
1. Lillian Gay
Marriage 19 Jan 1910 (age 23) Bath, Steuben, New York1

Notes (Individual)
General: Census: 01 Jun 1905, Bath, Steuben, NY; 1st E.D. pg 10, line 35,
son, white, male, aged 18yrs; b. US; citz.; occ. Farm laborer
LI: 19 Jan 1910, Bath, Steuben, NY; Witness: 19 Jan 1910, Edwin C. Gay &
Anna Gay (MR)
Note: The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; 13 Dec 1935, col 4, Pictures of the
Past, 20 Years ago--17 Dec 1915, Mervin H. Taylor was jailor for Steuben
County jail.

Notes (Family #1)

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

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Individual Summary - 13 Oct 2002
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Name: Frank O. Gay
Sex: Male

Individual Facts
Birth abt 1861 , , United States
Occupation 1 Jun 1905 (age 44) Farmer; Bath, Steuben, New York1
Census 1 Jun 1905 (age 44) Kniffin Hill Rd, Bath town, Steuben, New York1
Occupation 4 Jun 1953 (age 92) Retired Justice of the Peace; Bath town,
Steuben, New York2
Death 22 Jul 1953 (age 92)
Burial Bath_Nondaga Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York3

Marriages/Children
1. Adelle Durnian
Marriage bef 1885 (age 24)
Children Lillian Gay (abt 1885 - )
Edna Gay (abt 1887 - )
Edwin Gay (abt 1887 - )
Marietta <Maryette> Gay (abt 1897 - )

Notes (Individual)
Census: Census: 01 Jun 1905, 4th E. D. Bath, Steuben Co., NY; pg 27, line
46; head, white, male, aged 44yrs; b. US; citz; occ farmer
Burial: Gay, Frank O. d. 23 Jul 1953 AE92yrs-4mos-15das
General: Note: Graduated Haverling High School, Bath, NY 1892
Note: The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; 13 Dec 1935, col 4, Pictures of the
Past, 20 Years ago--17 Dec 1915, Sheriff Frank O. Gay for Steuben County
jail.
Note: 1936, guest of honor at dinner at Hotel Wagner, Penn Yan, NY, 08 Mar
1936, occasion begin his 75th birthday
Note: 1936, recently elected Justice of the Peace for his 2nd term.
Leader, Corning, NY; 04 Jun 1986, pg 4, col 6, Looking Backward, 15 years
ago, Thursday, 04 Jun 1953, Bath, NY, Frank O. Gay of Bath announced he
would retire from 53 years of public service at the conclusion of his
present term as justice of the peace of the Town of Bath, 31 Dec 1953

Notes (Family #1)

Sources
1. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.
2. Leader, Corning, NY. Jun 4, 1968, pg 4, Looking Back, 15 yrs ago.
3. Steuben County Cemetery Records, Bath, New York.
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Individual Summary - 13 Oct 2002
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Name: J. Harry Burlingame "Harry"
Sex: Male
Father: William H. Burlingame (27 Mar 1858 - 30 Sep 1930)
Mother: Cora B. ( ) Burlingame (21 Feb 1859 - 12 Nov 1939)

Individual Facts
Birth abt 1884 , , United States1
Occupation 1 Jun 1905 (age 21) Plumber; Bath, Steuben, New York1
Census 1 Jun 1905 (age 21) Robie St, Bath, Steuben, New York1
Death 20 May 1966 (age 82)2
Burial Bath_Nondaga Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York2

Marriages/Children
1. Florence Smith
Marriage bef 13 Jun 1911 (age 27)
Children Blanche Burlingame (13 Jun 1910 - 17 Nov 2000)

Notes (Individual)
Census: Census: 01 Jun 1905, 6th E.D. Bath, Steuben Co. NY; pg 15, line 28,
son, white, male, aged 21yrs; b. US; citz; occ plumber
Burial: Burlingame, Harry d. 20 May 1966 AE 82 yrs
General: Note: The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; 13 Dec 1935, col 4, Pictures
of the Past, 20 Years ago--17 Dec 1915, Harry Burlingame was a guard for
Steuben County jail.
Note: Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; 27 Dec 1935, pg 5, col 1; Bath Rod & Gun
Club. last Thursday night he was elected to program.

Notes (Family #1)

Sources
1. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.
2. Steuben County Cemetery Records, Bath, New York.
 

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John Freeman, an old resident of this town, had died at his home in
Freeman Hollow, aged 77.

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Herbert L. Miller, of the local Bell Telephone Company's force, had been
transferred to Binghamton.

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Edward Gilon, who for 20 years was "one of the finest" on the New York
police force, had come to Bath and purchased the Crans farm on the Kanona
Road, and had also purchased a farm at Tyrone.

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Custer Post No. 81, G. A. R., had elect Rozell Seager Commander. Bath
Council Royal Areanum had elected James McCall Regent. Bath Chapter O. E.
S. had elected Lena Fairbrother Worthy Matron. Bath Grange had elected Noah
Berry.

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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 Dec 1935, pg Two
Col. 3 & 4
Pictures of The Past
Touches of Life in This Vicinity 40 and 20 Years Ago That Sir Memories
40 Years Ago - 13 Dec 1895
Bath societies had elected officers for the year. Bath Grange had chosen
Edward S. Moore as Master; Bath Council Royal Areanum, A. H. Otis, Regent;
Royal Tent No. 71, K. O. T. M., E. S. Moore, Commander; Barry Post, No. 248,
G. A. R. John J. McGuire, Commander; Custer Post, G. A. R., James Faulkner,
Commander.

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Bert Stout, of Wallace, had accidentally shot himself. He was a young man
of 17; went out gunning for rabbits; chased one into a hole; set his gun
against a tree; commenced to dig for his quarry. The rabbit suddenly rushed
out; Stout ran for his gun, but in his excitement fumbled and the hammer
caught on a twig of the tree, discharged the gun, which ended the young man'
s life.

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Henry Benham, one of the oldest citizen of Hammondsport, had died at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. S. S. Fairchild, at the age of 81.

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Arrangement were being made for the second annual masquerade ball of the
Frank Campbell Hose Company. The Committee of arrangements consisted of
Christopher Tyrrell, Joseph McGurie, Martin Collins, Jr, Aaron Shoemaker,
John S. Hague, Edward Hersh, John Powers, Charles Huber, Floyd Smith and
Joseph McCormick.

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Frank E. Bronson, of Painted Post, had been appointed a United States
Loan Commissioner for Steuben County.

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Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Levering had celebrated the thirtiety anniversary of
their wedding.

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Dr. E. P. Stewart was fitting up "The Ark" on Lake Keuka for a
sanatorium.

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Steuben County Council, Patrons of Husbandry had met with Bath Grange on
Tuesday, and 12 out of 22 Grange in the county were represented. U. A.
Carpenter and O. D. Miller, both of this village, were chosen
representatives to the Farmers' Congress at Albany.

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M. M. Levering and Marshall Walker had opened a store on West Steuben
Street with a stock of tobacco and confectionery.
20 Year Age - 17 Dec 1935
The Grove Springs Hotel, one of the oldest summer resorts on Lake Keuka,
had burned to the ground in a fire that raged for two hours. When there was
nothing more to burn, the sightliest spot on fair Keuka's shores was a heap
of smouldering ashes.

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Dr. A. A. Aldrich, aged 85, of Addison, had died during the week.

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Edward M. Richardson had died at the home of James E. Bennett, on East
William Street, where he had an apartment, his death following an illness of
many weeks. He was the father of Miss Carrie Richardson, now of Mt. Vernon,
and a brother of Clinton, W. Richardson, who died about a year ago.

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Sheriff Frank O. Gay had announced the appointment of his official staff
as follows: Undersheriff, Robert Robinson, Bath; clerk, Chester K. Mason,,
Hornell; jailer, Mervin H. Taylor, Bath; guards, Ray Wheaton; Harry
Burlingame.

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John Freeman, an old resident of this town, had died at his home in
Freeman Hollow, aged 77.

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Herbert L. Miller, of the local Bell Telephone Company's force, had been
transferred to Binghamton.

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Edward Gilon, who for 20 years was "one of the finest" on the New York
police force, had come to Bath and purchased the Crans farm on the Kanona
Road, and had also purchased a farm at Tyrone.

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Custer Post No. 81, G. A. R., had elect Rozell Seager Commander. Bath
Council Royal Areanum had elected James McCall Regent. Bath Chapter O. E.
S. had elected Lena Fairbrother Worthy Matron. Bath Grange had elected Noah
Berry.

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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 Dec 1935, pg 4, Avoca News
Guy Houston Died Sunday In Hospital At Canandaigua
Avoca, Dec 10-The remains of Guy Houston, a former resident here, were
brought here for burial in Highland Cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Services
were held in the Methodist Church at Mitchellsville at 1:30 p.m. Mr.
Houston was 51 years of age, and was the son of Edward and Amanda Shults
Houston. About 10 years ago he married Bessie McCloud, of Wheeler, who
survives with one brother, Floyd. For some time he, with his wife lived on
a farm in Mitchellsville, but for the past two years, he has suffered from
heart trouble. For some months, due to his health, they have lived with Mr.
Houston's relatives in Gorham. His death occurred Sunday in Memorial
Hospital, Canandaigua.
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Baptist Sunday School Choose Arthur Hughes
Avoca, Dec 10-The annual meeting of the Baptist Sunday school was held
Friday night at home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Havill. There were 35 present
and these officers were elected: Arthur Hughes, superintendent; Orlo Hughes
assistant; Winifred Polmateer, secretary; Helen Lyke, assistant; Mrs. Thomas
Havill, treasurer; Mrs. Wendell Jackson, pianist; Mrs. Leon L. Wightman,
assistant; Kathryn Lyke, chorister; Mrs. Leon L. Wightman, assistant.
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Family Group Record
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Husband: Arthur R. Hughes
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Birth: abt 1880
Death: bef 16 May 1993
Marriage: 25 Dec 1900 Neils Creek, Avoca Town, Steuben, New Yo
Father: Charles Hughes
Mother: Mary Broody
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Wife: Edna M. Charlesworth
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Birth: abt 1880
Death: bef 16 May 1993
Father: Clark Charlesworth
Mother: Matilda Shaut (b born)
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Children
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1 M Orlo C. Hughes
Birth: 27 Dec 1912
Death: 16 Jun 1985
Burial: Avoca_Vale_of_Rest Cem, Avoca, Steuben,
Spouse: Helen C. Chapman (m 11 Feb 1939)
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2 M Howard Hughes
Birth: 18 Jun 1921 Towlesville, Howard, Steuben, New York
Living: 26 Apr 1968 Neils Creek, Avoca Town, Steuben, New Yo
Jury: 25 Jul 1968 Howard Hughes
Death: 16 Mar 1993 Neils Creek, Avoca Town, Steuben, New Yo
Spouse: Florence Sikso (m abt 1942)
FAMILY NOTES
Marriage(1):

HUSBAND NOTES: Arthur R. Hughes

WIFE NOTES: Edna M. Charlesworth

CHILD NOTES: Orlo C. Hughes

CHILD NOTES: Howard Hughes
Birth(2):
Jury(3):
Death(2): Note: died at home, 3785 County Route 6, Avoca, NY
General: Obit: Leader, Corning, NY; 18 May 1993, Pg 4A
LI: of 3785 County Route 6, Avoca, Steuben, NY
Occ: former service atation attendant at Bill Sick's Esso, Hornell, NY for
several years
Surv: 11-grandchildren; several nieces & nephews
Note: Bond-Davis Funeral Home, Avoca, NY
Donations: Sourthern Tier Hospice Inc

SOURCES
1. Steuben County Marriage Records, Bath, Steuben, NY.
2. Death Notice.
3. Called for jury duty, Steuben Co., New York,. Newspaper, Leader,
Corning, NY.
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col 2
Two Babies come to Avoca
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Nicholson are the parents of an eighteen pound
son, born Thursday, December 5, at the home of Mr. Nicholson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Nicholson. He has been named Delancy Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Corbett are the parents of a daughter born Sunday
December 8, at the Bath Hospital.
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Mr. and Mrs. I. Ward Hill and family attended the funeral of Mrs. George
R. Granby, held in Naples Sunday afternoon
Claude C. Cornue was a business visitor in Ithaca the latter part of the
week.
Mrs. Fred W. Ives has been visiting her niece, Mrs. Harold Bruce, of
Rochester.
Mrs. I. W. Wheeler, of Corning, spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs.
Warren B. Hopkins, Miss Nellie Whitehead, of Rochester, was a Sunday guest
at the Hopkins Home.
Murray Barnes spent part of this week on a business trip to Chicago.
Mrs. Charles Sly passed one day recently with Mrs. Stanley Peck, of Lynn.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill returned Monday for ten days spent with her
brother, Corey Bugh, and family, of Berea, O.
Mrs. Herbert T. Baird and Mrs. Emma Cummins have gone to spend the winter
months at St. Petersburg, FL.
Esther E. Cooke, Mrs. E. E. Mattoon, Mrs. Frank W. Partridge and Mrs. Carl
E. Mattoon spent Saturday in Hornell.
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Stucker Buying Horses In West; Improves Barns
E. L. Stucker of this village left Friday morning for points in Iowa and
Kansas City on a buying trip. Mr. Stucker will visit the large horse
markets of the middle west and purchase horses for the local market.
Mr. Stucker has made some changes in his business, has built new offices
and made other improvements in his sales barn which will make it one of the
most modern sales barns in western New York, and will have at all times a
full supply of natives and Iowa Horses that will take care of the large
demand for horses which now prevails in this territory.
Mr. Stucker expects to return about December 22.
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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, 20 Dec 1935, pg 10, col. 6, Cohocton
Ladies' Auxiliary of Ouderkirk Post, Installs Officers
Cohocton, Dec 16,--The Ladies' Auxiliary of Nelson R. Ouderkirk Post,
American Legion, met in their rooms Wednesday evening. The following
officers were installed the coming year: President, Mrs. E. W. Folts;
senior vice-president, Mrs. P. A. Kinkaid; secretary, Mrs. K. W. Vogel;
treasurer, Miss Edith Strebel. Mrs. John Young acted as installing officer.
Refreshments following the meeting.
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Miss Julia Newfang has gone to Bath, where she will remain for an
indefinite time.
Roy E. Fogal has been confined to his home by illness.
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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, 20 Dec 1935, pg 10, col 4, Howard
Dr. Roy Howes, of Alfred, was a caller at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Eva
Gifford, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Duryea were week-end guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Duryea on Horton Hill.
Tom D'Ahilo, of New York City, was called here by the death of Fay
Bennett.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cox, of Hornell, were callers at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. D. Stratton, Thursday.
The date of the chicken supper and bazaar was changed from last Friday
until Tuesday evening, the 17th, on account of the death of Mr. Bennett.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Evingham, of Canisteo, are visiting her father, George
Cole.
J. C. Porter has gone to live with his daughter, Mrs. Sara Hilborn at
Woodhull.
Mrs. D. L. Brasted is seriously ill at her home.
The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, 20 Dec 1935, pg 10, col 5, Lynn
Teachers, Pupils and Parents Will Join Dinner Party
Lynn, Dec 16-On Friday, Dec 20, our School District, with James Cleland
as teacher, and his pupils, together with the families in the District, are
invited to join with Miss Sara Polmanteer, teacher on West Creek, and
pupils, for a community dinner at noon followed by a tree and entertainment.
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There was a good attendance Wednesday at the meeting of the L. W. c.
Kummunity Klub, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fox on West Creek.
Mrs. John Negell spent Saturday with Mr. Negell at the Veterans' Home
Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Peck were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
Allis.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Furgeson spent Sunday afternoon at Frank Furgeson's.
Their son, David returned with them, having spent a few days there.
The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, 20 Dec 1935, pg 10, col. 6, Cohocton
Ladies' Auxiliary of Ouderkirk Post, Installs Officers
Cohocton, Dec 16,--The Ladies' Auxiliary of Nelson R. Ouderkirk Post,
American Legion, met in their rooms Wednesday evening. The following
officers were installed the coming year: President, Mrs. E. W. Folts;
senior vice-president, Mrs. P. A. Kinkaid; secretary, Mrs. K. W. Vogel;
treasurer, Miss Edith Strobel. Mrs. John Young acted as installing officer.
Refreshments following the meeting.
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Miss Julia Newfang has gone to Bath, where she will remain for an
indefinite time.
Roy E. Fogal has been confined to his home by illness.
Mrs. Christina Kimmel left this week for Batavia, where she will spend
several months with relatives.
L. E. Wilcox is enjoying a hunting trip and tour of inspection of
several lumber mills in South Carolina.
Mrs. Margaret Heisler spent the week end in Buffalo.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McLean and son, Donald spent Saturday in Rochester.
Herman and George Schumacher, Jr. spent Saturday in Rochester.

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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; 22 Nov 1935, pg 5; Personal Mention, Bath, NY
Mrs. David E. Conine returned Monday from a visit of three weeks in New
York City.
Mrs. Reuben R. Lynn, entertained with a luncheon and theater party on
Friday.
Miss Helen Miller and Miss Josephine Read visited Miss Miller's mother in
Howard on Wednesday.
Mr. Joseph Kashorek, Jr., left Tuesday night for New York city and Newark,
N.J. to visit relatives.
Mrs. Fuller Morrell will entertain with a luncheon and bridge at the Hotel
Wagner Saturday at 1 o'clock.
Mrs. Clarence H. Braisted, of Hornell, spent the first of the week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Bradley.
Mr. William McNamara, of Buffalo was called to Bath this week by the death
of her brother-in-law, Richard R. Flynn.
Mr. Glenn Stewart, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, with Mrs. Stewart and their
niece, have come to Bath where Mr. Stewart is to be Facility Officer and
Chief Engineer at the Soldiers Home succeeding Mr. Emil Carretto, who was
recently transferred to an executive position at Aspinwall, Pa.
Rev. & Mrs. Fred M. Webber, Mr & Mrs Laird C. Addis, Messrs. Lester
Hewlett, Robert Rothrock, Jr., Ernest Stever, Harold VanDusen and Cecil
Rothrock and the Misses Virginia and Onnolee Watkins, Elizabeth Stever and
Vivian Miller motored to Prattsburg Tuesday evening to attend the Central
Steuben Christian Endeavor Union Meeting at which the Rev. Walter B. Morgan,
Pastor of Centenary Methodist Church, was the speaker. Mr. Morgan, also,
was a guest at the meeting.
Mary Elizabeth Richardson, a junior in the State Teacher's College at
Buffalo, has been elected to membership in Phi Upsilon Omicron, National
Honorary Home Economics Fraternity. Miss Richardson was one of four to be
selected for membership this year. Selections for membership are made by a
faculty committee and are based on scholarship, leadership and personality.
Miss Richardson is president of her section, a member of the Y.W.C.A.
cabinet, a Junior Counselor, a member of the Home Economics Club, and of
Sigma Sigma Sigma society sorority.
Mrs. Zilma Miller, of Howard, visited her daughter, Miss Helen Miller,
last Sunday.
Mrs. Carl Vogt, of Syracuse spent last Sunday with her mother, Mrs. W. W.
Boileau.
Miss Frederica Henica, of New York, has been visiting in the home of Mr.
William H. Tharp.
Mr. D. W. Clark has returned from the Adirondacks, where he has been on a
five-weeks' hunting trip.
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Sheffield, of Troupsburg, last Sunday visited Mrs.
Sheffield's aunt, Mrs. M. W. Read & family.
Miss Estellene Clark has returned from a five-weeks' visit with her aunt,
Mrs. C. B. Kirham, at Freeport, Long Island.
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Stewart and their son, Junior, of Howard, were callers
last Monday at the home of Mr. & Mrs. M. W. Read.
Mrs. Maybelle Aber Kleckler leaves today for a week's visit in New York
City and in Portchester with her friend, Mrs. Arthur Weldner.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Shieve, Mrs. Harry Carpenter and Mrs. Joseph Carpenter,
of Elmira were callers on friends in Bath last week.
Dr. Leslie A. Bryan, of Syracuse University, came Wednesday to visit his
father, Mr. D. Beach Bryatt, who is a patient in Bath Hospital.
Mrs. L. H. Hall, of East Orange, N. J., is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Walter Boileau. Mrs. Boileau entertained for Mrs. Hall with a tea on
Wednesday.
Mrs. David L. Stewart left Wednesday night for Franklin, Indiana, to spend
the Holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Arland R. Saunders, and family.
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur A. Fisher of Williamson, and Mr. & Mrs. Charles Stiles,
of Ilion visited last Sunday at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Walter W. Boileau.
Mr. Clinton VanGelder returned from his hunting trip in the Adirondacks
last Saturday with a fine eight-point buck which he brought down the last
day of his stay.
Mr. Curtis J. Beard, of Scarsdale, was the guest on Wednesday, of his
brother, Mr. Fred S. Beard, and family, and of his sister, Mrs. Ruth Beard
Addis, and family.
Mrs. J. Robie Griswold, Mrs. George H. Dudley and Miss Roberta Dudley
motored to Utica on Wednesday to visit Mrs. Dudley's sisters, Mrs. Charles
Dugan and Mrs. William Meade.
Mr. & Mrs. H. P. Haley entertained on Sunday, with a game dinner in honor
of the Forty-fifth wedding Anniversary of Mrs. Haley's parents, Mr. & Mrs.
George Johnson. Covers were laid for seven.
Major & Mrs. Adolph Giffin will return to their home in Clearwater, Fla.,
today after spending the week with their aunt, Mrs. T. O. Burleson. Major &
Mrs. Giffin were called to Bath by Mrs. Burleson's illness.
Mrs. Fannie Coumbe was given a delightful surprise party at the home of
Mrs. E. H. Dudley last Friday afternoon, when the Mary Johnson class of
Centenary Methodist Church, gathered there and presented to Mrs. Coumbe a
basket of fruit and other dainties.
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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; 29 Nov 1935, front page, col 5, Plaintiff
Wins Action To Force Sale of Assets; Savona Man Victor in Unusual Suit.
Under a decision rendered by the court recently in the action of Ellery
J. Willey, of Savona, against the Diepress Company, Inc., of Cazenovia,
assets of the defendant company were ordered sold to satisfy a judgment
previously given Mr. Willey against the company's predecessor.
The Diepress Company is engaged in the manufacture and sale of milk
bottle caps. Mr. Willey entered the employ of the company in 1924, and on
August 1, 1928, there was due him in unpaid salary, he contended, $5,159.63.
On the latter date a new corporation was formed, with the same name as
the original company and engaged in the same business in the same plant.
The original company, Mr. Willey contended, without his knowledge sold all
its assets to the new concern. Mr. Willey continued in the employ of the
Diepress Company until January 1, 1931, when he resigned.
He then brought an action against the original corporation and obtained a
judgment for $4,812.15. The assets of the company had been transferred to
the new corporation, however, and he could not collect.
He then brought an action against the present Diepress Corporation,
seeking to have the transfer of assets set aside insofar as it affected him,
and to have the assets sold to satisfy his judgment.

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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; Friday, 06 Dec 1935, pg 7, col 6, Campbell
Campbell, December 4-The Annual Christmas party of the Guild of the
Presbyterian Church will be held at the home of Rev. and Mrs. George L.
Parry, Thursday. A tureen dinner will be served at noon. Gifts will be
distributed to the guests.
The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. Church will hold its annual Christmas party
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Loui, Thursday, December 19. Instead of
the members exchanging gifts in the usual way it has been decided to give
gifts and clothing, food, and the like to needy families, so if anyone in
the village cares to co-operate with the Ladies' aid she can do so by
leaving clothing, canned goods or toys at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Egbert
Loui, on or before December 19. This will be some children happy on
Christmas.
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Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Vine entertained their family with a Thankgiving
dinner, Thursday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gurnsey, Lucille and
Milton Gurnsey, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gurnsey and daughter, Marilyn, Mr. and
Mrs. Roland Gurnsey, of Keeseville, Monroe Vine, Mr. and Mrs. John Vine and
children, Lena, Clyde, Gerald, and John, Jr., Mrs. Ella Morgan and John,
Harold, David, Eleanor Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hugenor and son, Frederick, spent Thursday with
Mrs. Hugenor mother, Mrs. Corey, of Mainesburg, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall, of Hector, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Eldon Packard and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and daughters, Winifred and Betty, and son, Paul,
spent Thursday with Ira M. Platt.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fairfield and daughter, Frances, of Hornell, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lovell, Thursday.
Miss Vera Sanford has been spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Sanford. Miss Sanford is teaching school at Hobart.
Spaulding Loucks, of Avoca, has been a recent guests of his son, C. S.
Loucks and family.
Mr. Leonard Bates, a student at Colgate University, spent the week end at
his home here.
John Shufelt, a student at Colgate University, has been spending the week
end at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyston Dart and son, of Elmira were guests of Mrs. Edith
Lewis, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ward and daughter, Doris, and Harry Rhinehart, of
Corning, spent Thursday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ward's daughter, Mrs.
William Sanford, of Painted Post.
Mrs. Jesse Shufelt and son, John, spent Friday at Avon at the home of Mrs.
Shufelt's daughter, Mrs. Clara Lafferty.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holbrook, of Van Wert, Ohio, were recent guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Snyder.
H. E. Joint has been ill at his home here for the past week.
Gerald Shaw and Miss Irene Reed of Scranton, Pa., spent Thanksgiving with
his parent here. Mr. Shaw is attending the Lackawanna Business Institute at
Scranton.
Robert Packard spent the week end at his home her. Mr. Packard returned
Sunday afternoon to Elmira, where he is a student at Meeker's Business
Institute.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Forester, of Bath, spent Thursday at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fuller.
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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; Friday, 06 Dec 1935, pg 7, col 3, Cohocton
Mr. and Mrs. George Poutler left Wednesday for Los Angeles, California,
where they will spend the winter.
The Misses Pearl Woolever and Zitella Wood spent a few days last week in
New York.
Miller Gehrig, accompanied by George Rice, of Syracuse, spent
Thanksgiving at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gehrig.
Arthur Lookup, of Marion, spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Lookup.
Miss Mary Sandbach, of Buffalo, spent Thanksgiving vacation with her
mother, Mrs. Letha Sandbach.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Watts, of Syracuse, spent Thanksgiving at the home
of Rev. and Mrs. Lester Harves.
Judge and Mrs. E. S. Brown and Stanton Brown have been spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Arch Wilcox at Anandale, Staten Island.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Constantine, of Unadilla, were recent guest at the
home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Fannie Oliver.
Miss Ruth Tanner spent part of last week at her home in Hornell.
Miss Rosemary Davey spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her mother in
Syracuse.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dewey and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. b. Gehrig and
family and Miss Anna Gehrig spent Thanksgiving at the home of Frank Gehrig
at Mt. Morris.
Leo Schneider and family have moved from Lent Hill to South Cohocton.
Mrs. W. J. Foster was operated on at the Wayland Hospital Thursday. At
last reports she was doing as well as can be expected.
F. V. Folts spent the week end with his daughter, Miss Onnolee Folts, at
Englewood, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Larrowe, of Detroit, Michigan, spent the week end with
their daughter, Mrs. Amy Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron E. Rex and Mrs. Margaret Heisler were in Hornell
Saturday, called there by the death of their father, Albert Cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hart, of Caniellos, Miss Dorothy Rex, of Utica, spent
the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Rex.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crosley and daughters were in Hornell Saturday to
attend the funeral of the late Albert Cotton.
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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY, Friday, 13 Dec 1935, Col 5,
Notice to Creditors
Persons Having claims against John H. Stinson, deceased, are required to
present the same to the Administrator at the office of James McCall, Bath,
N.Y. before the 15th day of April 1936.
Date, October 7th, 1936
James F. Stinson, Administator,
James McCall
Attorney for Administrator,
Bath, N. Y.
Individual Summary - 15 Oct 2002
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Name: John H. Stinson
Sex: Male
Father: James Stinson (15 Jul 1825 - 10 Apr 1917)
Mother: Eleanor Houck (24 Aug 1840 - 3 Aug 1917)

Individual Facts
Birth 21 Oct 1863 , Steuben, New York
Census 1 Jun 1905 (age 41) Savona, Bath town, Steuben, New York1
Occupation 1 Jun 1905 (age 41) Farmer; Savona, Bath town, Steuben, New York1
Death 5 Sep 1935 (age 71) Bath Village, Steuben, New York
Burial Bath_Grove Cem, Bath Village, Steuben, New York

Marriages/Children
1. Dora Gillett
Marriage bef 28 Aug 1869 (age 5)
Children James F. Stinson (5 Feb 1888 - 18 Jul 1969)

2. Bertha M. Smith
Marriage bef 1905 (age 42)
Children Glen H. Stinson {WWII} (18 Jan 1911 - 9 Jun 1999)

3. Elizabeth Sharp "Lizzie"
Marriage bef 1888 (age 25)
Children Tillie Stinson (1891 - )

Notes (Individual)
Census: Census: 01 Jun 1905, 5th E.D. Savona, Bath Town, Steuben Co NY; pg
6, line 12, head, white, male, aged 41yrs; b. US; citz; occ Farmer

Notes (Family #1)

Notes (Family #2)

Notes (Family #3)

Sources
1. Steuben County Census Records, Bath, New York.
Notice to Creditors
Person having claims against Harry J. Wheeler, deceased, are required to
present the same to the Executor at Bath, N. Y., before the 15th day of
April, 1936.
Date, October 7th, 1935
THE BATH NATIONAL BANK,
Executor,
James McCall
Attorney for Executor,
Bath, NY

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