Jesse Takel1

F
     Jesse Takel married Andrew Caldwell.

Family

Andrew Caldwell
Child

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Caldwell, Melvin     Jan 21, 1904 Apr 13, 1930 26 Mentz NY Andrew Caldwell Jessie Takel.

Charles R Cook1

M, b. 12 February 1864, d. 17 July 1933
FatherRalph Cook
     Charles R Cook was born on 12 February 1864 at Resho, New York, USA.1 He died on 17 July 1933 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA, at age 69.1

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Cook, Charles R.     Feb 12, 1864 Jul 17, 1933     69-5-5     Resho NY     Ralph Cook.

Ralph Cook1

M

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Cook, Charles R.     Feb 12, 1864 Jul 17, 1933     69-5-5     Resho NY     Ralph Cook.

Philip H Coyle1

M, b. 6 March 1895, d. 11 October 1924
FatherPhilip Coyle
MotherMary Lane
     Philip H Coyle was born on 6 March 1895 at Albany, Albany, New York, USA.1 He died on 11 October 1924 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA, at age 29.1,2

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Coyle, Philip H. Mar 6, 1895     Oct 11, 1924 29-8-5 Albany NY Philip Coyle Mary Lane.
  2. [S31] The Auburn Citizen, Auburn, New York, Oct 15, 1924 The mystery surrounding the finding of Mrs. Clarence Dixon, 21, Syracuse colored girl drowned under a rowboat In the waters of the Barge Canal about a mile West of .Montezuma Village Saturday afternoon was given a new slant yesterday afternoon by the finding of the two companions of the girl, both drowned in the canal. Thoy were Philip Coyle 902 Montgomery Street and Percy Winters of Wilbur Avenue, Syracuse. The bodies were taken to Syracuse last night after autopsies had been performed by Coroner Paul M. Parker of Moravia and Coroner's Physician Dr. William Walsh. Coroner Parker held that the Dixon girl was dead when she struck the water and died from violence, accidental or otherwise. His decision in the other two cases was accidental drowning. The autopsies showed no marks of violence external or internal. The Dixon girl had a broken neck, the spine being fractured at the seventh vertebrae. GIRL WAS KILLED District Attorney Kenyon stated after the bodies of all three mixed up In the triple iragedy had been recovered that, beyond question the Dixon girl was killed, accidentally or otherwise, but, as both other occupants of the boat are dead, Mr. Kenyon holds that the case is virtually dropped. The bodies of the two men were recovered by Undertaker Archie McDonald of Syracuse, who has a grappling rig which has been successfully used in recovering drowned bodies from Owascc Lake. He was accompanied by Stuart and Matthew Coyle of Syracuse, brothers of Philip Coyle, and Pete Kite, also of Syracuse. The bodies were brought to tho Newfcirk morgue where the autopsies were performed. At the conclusion of same, the bodies of both were taken to Syracuse for funeral and burial services. Where Bodies Were Found. The bodies of the two drowned men were found 200 yards West of, the point wbere the overturned rowboat with the Dixon girl underneath was discovered. Last night George Booth, at whose home the trio stayed last Friday night, and Clarence Gay of Montezuma, held as material witnesses in the case, were released from their cells in the'county Jail on order of Distrjict Attorney Kenyon.home without commenting on his. He was a brother of Leo Coyle, who was killed about three years ago when hia taxicab was struck by a fast passenger train at a Belle Isle railroad crossing.

Philip Coyle1

M
     Philip Coyle married Mary Lane.

Family

Mary Lane
Child

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Coyle, Philip H. Mar 6, 1895     Oct 11, 1924 29-8-5 Albany NY Philip Coyle Mary Lane.

Mary Lane1

F
     Mary Lane married Philip Coyle.

Family

Philip Coyle
Child

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Coyle, Philip H. Mar 6, 1895     Oct 11, 1924 29-8-5 Albany NY Philip Coyle Mary Lane.

Clarice Frank1

F, b. 6 July 1900, d. 11 October 1924
FatherHoward Frank
MotherLouise Merrick
     Clarice Frank married Clarence Dixon.2 Clarice Frank was born on 6 July 1900 at Gloversville, Fulton, New York, USA.1 She died on 11 October 1924 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA, at age 24.1,2

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Dixon, Clarice Jul 6, 1900 Oct 11, 1924 24-3-5 Gloversville Howard Frank     Louise Merrick.
  2. [S31] The Auburn Citizen, Auburn, New York, Oct 15, 1924 The mystery surrounding the finding of Mrs. Clarence Dixon, 21, Syracuse colored girl drowned under a rowboat In the waters of the Barge Canal about a mile West of .Montezuma Village Saturday afternoon was given a new slant yesterday afternoon by the finding of the two companions of the girl, both drowned in the canal. Thoy were Philip Coyle 902 Montgomery Street and Percy Winters of Wilbur Avenue, Syracuse. The bodies were taken to Syracuse last night after autopsies had been performed by Coroner Paul M. Parker of Moravia and Coroner's Physician Dr. William Walsh. Coroner Parker held that the Dixon girl was dead when she struck the water and died from violence, accidental or otherwise. His decision in the other two cases was accidental drowning. The autopsies showed no marks of violence external or internal. The Dixon girl had a broken neck, the spine being fractured at the seventh vertebrae. GIRL WAS KILLED District Attorney Kenyon stated after the bodies of all three mixed up In the triple iragedy had been recovered that, beyond question the Dixon girl was killed, accidentally or otherwise, but, as both other occupants of the boat are dead, Mr. Kenyon holds that the case is virtually dropped. The bodies of the two men were recovered by Undertaker Archie McDonald of Syracuse, who has a grappling rig which has been successfully used in recovering drowned bodies from Owascc Lake. He was accompanied by Stuart and Matthew Coyle of Syracuse, brothers of Philip Coyle, and Pete Kite, also of Syracuse. The bodies were brought to tho Newfcirk morgue where the autopsies were performed. At the conclusion of same, the bodies of both were taken to Syracuse for funeral and burial services. Where Bodies Were Found. The bodies of the two drowned men were found 200 yards West of, the point wbere the overturned rowboat with the Dixon girl underneath was discovered. Last night George Booth, at whose home the trio stayed last Friday night, and Clarence Gay of Montezuma, held as material witnesses in the case, were released from their cells in the'county Jail on order of Distrjict Attorney Kenyon.home without commenting on his. He was a brother of Leo Coyle, who was killed about three years ago when hia taxicab was struck by a fast passenger train at a Belle Isle railroad crossing.

Howard Frank

M

Family

Louise Merrick
Child

Louise Merrick1

F

Family

Howard Frank
Child

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Dixon, Clarice Jul 6, 1900 Oct 11, 1924 24-3-5 Gloversville Howard Frank     Louise Merrick.

Percy Winters1

M, b. 9 May 1888, d. 11 October 1924
FatherAlfred Winters
     Percy Winters was born on 9 May 1888 at Canada.1 He died on 11 October 1924 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA, at age 36.1,2

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Winters, Percy     May 9, 1888 Oct 11, 1924     36-5-2 Canada     Alfred Winters.
  2. [S31] The Auburn Citizen, Auburn, New York, Oct 15, 1924 The mystery surrounding the finding of Mrs. Clarence Dixon, 21, Syracuse colored girl drowned under a rowboat In the waters of the Barge Canal about a mile West of .Montezuma Village Saturday afternoon was given a new slant yesterday afternoon by the finding of the two companions of the girl, both drowned in the canal. Thoy were Philip Coyle 902 Montgomery Street and Percy Winters of Wilbur Avenue, Syracuse. The bodies were taken to Syracuse last night after autopsies had been performed by Coroner Paul M. Parker of Moravia and Coroner's Physician Dr. William Walsh. Coroner Parker held that the Dixon girl was dead when she struck the water and died from violence, accidental or otherwise. His decision in the other two cases was accidental drowning. The autopsies showed no marks of violence external or internal. The Dixon girl had a broken neck, the spine being fractured at the seventh vertebrae. GIRL WAS KILLED District Attorney Kenyon stated after the bodies of all three mixed up In the triple iragedy had been recovered that, beyond question the Dixon girl was killed, accidentally or otherwise, but, as both other occupants of the boat are dead, Mr. Kenyon holds that the case is virtually dropped. The bodies of the two men were recovered by Undertaker Archie McDonald of Syracuse, who has a grappling rig which has been successfully used in recovering drowned bodies from Owascc Lake. He was accompanied by Stuart and Matthew Coyle of Syracuse, brothers of Philip Coyle, and Pete Kite, also of Syracuse. The bodies were brought to tho Newfcirk morgue where the autopsies were performed. At the conclusion of same, the bodies of both were taken to Syracuse for funeral and burial services. Where Bodies Were Found. The bodies of the two drowned men were found 200 yards West of, the point wbere the overturned rowboat with the Dixon girl underneath was discovered. Last night George Booth, at whose home the trio stayed last Friday night, and Clarence Gay of Montezuma, held as material witnesses in the case, were released from their cells in the'county Jail on order of Distrjict Attorney Kenyon.home without commenting on his. He was a brother of Leo Coyle, who was killed about three years ago when hia taxicab was struck by a fast passenger train at a Belle Isle railroad crossing.

Alfred Winters1

M

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Winters, Percy     May 9, 1888 Oct 11, 1924     36-5-2 Canada     Alfred Winters.

Clarence Dixon1

M
     Clarence Dixon married Clarice Frank, daughter of Howard Frank and Louise Merrick.1

Family

Clarice Frank b. 6 Jul 1900, d. 11 Oct 1924

Citations

  1. [S31] The Auburn Citizen, Auburn, New York, Oct 15, 1924 The mystery surrounding the finding of Mrs. Clarence Dixon, 21, Syracuse colored girl drowned under a rowboat In the waters of the Barge Canal about a mile West of .Montezuma Village Saturday afternoon was given a new slant yesterday afternoon by the finding of the two companions of the girl, both drowned in the canal. Thoy were Philip Coyle 902 Montgomery Street and Percy Winters of Wilbur Avenue, Syracuse. The bodies were taken to Syracuse last night after autopsies had been performed by Coroner Paul M. Parker of Moravia and Coroner's Physician Dr. William Walsh. Coroner Parker held that the Dixon girl was dead when she struck the water and died from violence, accidental or otherwise. His decision in the other two cases was accidental drowning. The autopsies showed no marks of violence external or internal. The Dixon girl had a broken neck, the spine being fractured at the seventh vertebrae. GIRL WAS KILLED District Attorney Kenyon stated after the bodies of all three mixed up In the triple iragedy had been recovered that, beyond question the Dixon girl was killed, accidentally or otherwise, but, as both other occupants of the boat are dead, Mr. Kenyon holds that the case is virtually dropped. The bodies of the two men were recovered by Undertaker Archie McDonald of Syracuse, who has a grappling rig which has been successfully used in recovering drowned bodies from Owascc Lake. He was accompanied by Stuart and Matthew Coyle of Syracuse, brothers of Philip Coyle, and Pete Kite, also of Syracuse. The bodies were brought to tho Newfcirk morgue where the autopsies were performed. At the conclusion of same, the bodies of both were taken to Syracuse for funeral and burial services. Where Bodies Were Found. The bodies of the two drowned men were found 200 yards West of, the point wbere the overturned rowboat with the Dixon girl underneath was discovered. Last night George Booth, at whose home the trio stayed last Friday night, and Clarence Gay of Montezuma, held as material witnesses in the case, were released from their cells in the'county Jail on order of Distrjict Attorney Kenyon.home without commenting on his. He was a brother of Leo Coyle, who was killed about three years ago when hia taxicab was struck by a fast passenger train at a Belle Isle railroad crossing.

William P Doyle1

M, b. 28 May 1880, d. 26 December 1928
FatherJames Doyle
MotherElizabeth Quigley
     William P Doyle was born on 28 May 1880 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, USA.1 He died on 26 December 1928 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA, at age 48.1

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Doyle, William P.     May 28, 1880     Dec 26, 1928 48-6-29 Auburn NY James Doyle Elizabeth Quigley.

James Doyle

M
     James Doyle married Elizabeth Quigley.

Family

Elizabeth Quigley
Child

Elizabeth Quigley

F
     Elizabeth Quigley married James Doyle.

Family

James Doyle
Child

Catherine Lucelia Stephens1

F, b. 31 March 1841, d. 17 June 1920
FatherDewitt C Stevens
MotherSarah Conklin
     Catherine Lucelia Stephens was also known as Catherine Lucelia Stevens.2 She was born on 31 March 1841 at Durhamville, Oneida, New York, USA.2 She died on 17 June 1920 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA, at age 79.2

Citations

  1. [S38] Find a Grave, online , Catherine L. Stephens Evans

    Birth:      1840
    Death:      1920

    Dau of Dewitt & Sarah

    Burial:
    Glenwood Cemetery
    Oneida
    Madison County
    New York, USA

    Created by: Andrew L.
    Record added: Jul 26, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 74000732.
  2. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Evans, Catherine Lucelia     Mar 31, 1841     Jun 17, 1920     79-2-16 Durhamville NY     Dewitt C. Stevens     Sarah Conklin.

Dewitt C Stevens

M
     Dewitt C Stevens married Sarah Conklin.

Family

Sarah Conklin
Child

Sarah Conklin

F
     Sarah Conklin married Dewitt C Stevens.

Family

Dewitt C Stevens
Child

David Garfield Lasher1,2

M, b. 8 August 1880, d. December 1996
FatherGeorge Lasher b. 1836
MotherMargaret Dutcher b. 1843
     David Garfield Lasher was born on 8 August 1880 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA.1 He died in December 1996 at Washington, District of Columbia, USA, at age 116.3

Citations

  1. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Lasher, David G.      August 8, 1880      George Lasher      1836      Orange Co. NY Margaret Dutcher      1843      Seneca Co. NY.
  2. [S75] Ancestry.com, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.Original data - United States, Selective Service System. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Admini, unknown publish date), David Garfield Lasher
    County:      Seneca
    State:      New York
    Birth Date:      8 Aug 1880
    Race:      White.
  3. [S62] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2011.Original data - Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security D, unknown publish date), David Lasher      
    SSN:      095-03-8808
    Last Residence:      20023 Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, USA
    Born:      8 Aug 1880
    Died:      Dec 1966
    State (Year) SSN issued:      New York (Before 1951).

George Lasher1

M, b. 1836
     George Lasher married Margaret Dutcher. George Lasher was born in 1836 at Orange, New York, USA.1

Family

Margaret Dutcher b. 1843
Child

Citations

  1. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Lasher, David G.      August 8, 1880      George Lasher      1836      Orange Co. NY Margaret Dutcher      1843      Seneca Co. NY.

Margaret Dutcher1

F, b. 1843
     Margaret Dutcher married George Lasher. Margaret Dutcher was born in 1843 at Seneca, New York, USA.1

Family

George Lasher b. 1836
Child

Citations

  1. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Lasher, David G.      August 8, 1880      George Lasher      1836      Orange Co. NY Margaret Dutcher      1843      Seneca Co. NY.

Edna Rose Mecumber1

F, b. 16 July 1877
FatherHerman Flyer Mecumber b. 1843
MotherMary Hatch b. 1853
     Edna Rose Mecumber was born on 16 July 1877 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Mecomber, Edna Rose July 26, 1877      Hermon F.Mecomber 1843      New York Mary Hatch 1853      New York.

Herman Flyer Mecumber1

M, b. 1843
     Herman Flyer Mecumber was born circa 1842 at New York, USA.2 He was born in 1843 at New York, USA.1 He married Mary Hatch.

Family

Mary Hatch b. 1853
Children

Citations

  1. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Mecomber, Edna Rose July 26, 1877      Hermon F.Mecomber 1843      New York Mary Hatch 1853      New York.
  2. [S2] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints © Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. All use is subject to the limited, unknown publish date).

Mary Hatch1

F, b. 1853
     Mary Hatch was born in 1853 at New York, USA.1 She married Herman Flyer Mecumber.

Family

Herman Flyer Mecumber b. 1843
Children

Citations

  1. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Mecomber, Edna Rose July 26, 1877      Hermon F.Mecomber 1843      New York Mary Hatch 1853      New York.
  2. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Mecomber, Edith Ruby      March 9, 1879      Herman Flyer Mecomber      1848 New York      Mary Hatch      1851 New York.

Edson Allard1

M, b. circa 1842
     Edson Allard married Lavinia Gibbons, daughter of Morris Gibbons and Jane Degroot.1 Edson Allard was born circa 1842 at Ellisburg, Jefferson, New York, USA.1

Family

Lavinia Gibbons b. c 1866
Child

Citations

  1. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Allard, Jane Lenore (f)     Aug 11, 1889     Montezuma     Lovinia Gibbins (23)     Port Byron     Edson Allard (47)     __Surgeon      Ellisburgh NY.
  2. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Allard, Jane Lenore (f)     Aug 11, 1889     Montezuma     Lovinia Gibbins (23)     Port Byron     Edson Allard (47)     __Surgeon      Ellisburgh NY.

Jane Lenore Allard1

F, b. 11 August 1889
FatherEdson Allard1 b. c 1842
MotherLavinia Gibbons1 b. c 1866
     Jane Lenore Allard was born on 11 August 1889 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S85] Montezuma Birth Records, online <http://web.archive.org/web/20001110085900/http://…>, Allard, Jane Lenore (f)     Aug 11, 1889     Montezuma     Lovinia Gibbins (23)     Port Byron     Edson Allard (47)     __Surgeon      Ellisburgh NY.

Ensign Culifford1

M, b. 27 April 1871, d. 12 March 1916
FatherEugene Culifford
MotherAneha Dotey
     Ensign Culifford was born on 27 April 1871 at New York, USA.1,2 He died on 12 March 1916 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA, at age 44.1

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Culfford, Ensign     Apr 27,      Mar 12, 1916     44 N. Y.     Eugune Culfford     Aneha Dotey.
  2. [S26] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 18, unknown publish date).

Eugene Culifford1

M
     Eugene Culifford married Aneha Dotey.

Family

Aneha Dotey
Child

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Culfford, Ensign     Apr 27,      Mar 12, 1916     44 N. Y.     Eugune Culfford     Aneha Dotey.

Aneha Dotey1

F
     Aneha Dotey married Eugene Culifford.

Family

Eugene Culifford
Child

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Culfford, Ensign     Apr 27,      Mar 12, 1916     44 N. Y.     Eugune Culfford     Aneha Dotey.

Jeanne E Ward1

F, b. 21 January 1926, d. 20 February 1926
FatherHarry James Ward1 b. 14 May 1899, d. Mar 1978
MotherLucia Viola Hunt1 b. c 1903, d. 25 Mar 1945
     Jeanne E Ward was born on 21 January 1926 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA.1 She died on 20 February 1926 at Montezuma, Cayuga, New York, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S44] Town of Montezuma Records, online http://web.archive.org/web/20020215005729/http://…, (Waybackmachine), Ward, Jeanne E.     Jan 21, 1926     Feb 20, 1926     0-0-30     N. Y.     Harry Ward     L. Viola Hunt.