George Walter Potter1

M, b. 30 August 1917, d. 9 April 1988
FatherCharles H Potter1 b. c 1884, d. 22 Aug 1961
MotherMinnie M Fowler b. c 1890, d. 1 Mar 1971
     George Walter Potter was also known as George Washington Potter. He was born on 30 August 1917 at Muncy Valley, Lycoming, Pennsylvania, USA.1 He died on 9 April 1988 at Muncy, Lycoming, Pennsylvania, USA, at age 70.1,2

Citations

  1. [S1115] Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, online , George Walter Potter
    SSN     108168743
    Gender     Male
    Race     White
    Birth Date     30 Aug 1917
    Birth Place     Muncy Lycomi, Pennsylvania
    Death Date     9 Apr 1988
    Type of Claim     Original SSN.
    Notes     Jul 1938: Name listed as GEORGE WALTER POTTER; 22 Apr 1988: Name listed as GEORGE W POTTER
    Household Members     
    Name     Age
    George Walter Potter     
    Minnie M Fowler     
    Charles H Potter.     
  2. [S261] Unknown author, The Citizen (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date), THE CITlZEN. AUBUtN. N.Y. SUNDAY. Aug. 10.1908 George Washington Potter George Washington Potter of R.D. 4, Muncy, Pa, formerly of Union Springs died Saturday morning at the Muncy Valley Hospital. He was born August 30, 1917 in Muncy Creek Township, Lycoming County, Pa., the son of Charles H. and Minnie May Fowler Potter. He was a veteran of World War II having served in the U.S. Army. He was a retired employee of Globe Security. He is survived by, his wife, the former Eva May Covert; two sons, Larry of Muncy and Byron at home; five daughters, Mrs. Deborah Watts of Montgomery, Pa., Donna Cosner of Binghamton, N.Y., Lori Miller of Montgomery, Rebecca Potter at home and Sarah Potter at home; one brother, Joseph Potter of Union Springs, N.Y.; three sisters, Mrs. Lottie Little of Muncy, Mrs. Nellie Hetrick of Muncy and Mrs. Edna Carner of Port Byron; six grandchildren and one step-grandson. Funeral services will be held Monday, April 11,1988 at 11 a.m. at the Wallis Funeral Home, 121 South Main St. Muncy. Friends may call at the funeral home, Sunday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. Interment will be in Chestnut Hill Cemetery,.

Joseph Franklin Potter1

M, b. 7 July 1925, d. 1 January 2002
FatherCharles H Potter1 b. c 1884, d. 22 Aug 1961
MotherMinnie M Fowler b. c 1890, d. 1 Mar 1971
     Joseph Franklin Potter was born on 7 July 1925 at Laporte, Sullivan, Pennsylvania, USA.1 He died on 1 January 2002 at age 76.1

Citations

  1. [S1115] Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, online , Joseph Franklin Potter
    [Joseph F Potter]
    SSN:     117182068
    Gender:     Male
    Race:     White
    Birth Date:     7 Jul 1925
    Birth Place:     Laport Unkno, Pennsylvania
    Death Date:     1 Jan 2002
    Father:     Charles H Potter
    Mother:     Minnie M Fowler
    Type of Claim:     Original SSN.
    Notes:     Jan 1943: Name listed as JOSEPH FRANKLIN POTTER; 08 Jan 2002: Name listed as JOSEPH F POTTER.

Minnie M Fowler1

F, b. circa 1890, d. 1 March 1971
FatherB. F. Fowler
     Minnie M Fowler was born circa 1890 at Muncy, Lycoming, Pennsylvania, USA.1,2 She married Charles H Potter on 14 May 1909 at Sonestown, Sullivan, Pennsylvania, USA.1,3 Minnie M Fowler died on 1 March 1971 at Sherwood, Cayuga, New York, USA.2

Family

Charles H Potter b. c 1884, d. 22 Aug 1961
Children

Citations

  1. [S11] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.Original data - Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Was, unknown publish date).
  2. [S74] Unknown author, The Citizen Advertiser (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S1126] Unknown compiler, online unknown url, unknown author (Familysearch.org), Name:     Charles H. Potter
    Titles and Terms:     
    Event Type:     Marriage
    Event Date:     14 Jun 1909
    Event Place:     Sonestown, Sullivan, Pennsylvania, United States
    Age:     
    Birth Year (Estimated):     
    Father's Name:     
    Father's Titles and Terms:     
    Mother's Name:     
    Mother's Titles and Terms:     
    Spouse's Name:     Minnie May Fowler
    Spouse's Titles and Terms:     
    Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):     
    Spouse's Father's Name:     B. F. Fowler
    Spouse's Father's Titles and Terms:     
    Spouse's Mother's Name:     
    Spouse's Mother's Titles and Terms:     
    Reference ID:     659
    GS Film Number:     954171
    Digital Folder Number:     004272525
    Image Number:     00516



    Citing this Record:
    "Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VF95-FY3 : accessed 23 April 2016), Charles H. Potter and Minnie May Fowler, 14 Jun 1909; citing Marriage, Pennsylvania, county courthouses, Pennsylvania; FHL microfilm 954,171.
  4. [S11] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.Original data - Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Was, unknown publish date).
  5. [S1124] Unknown article title, Interlaken Review, Fultonhistory.com, Mar 29, 1962: Mrs. Jennie M. DeParde, 49, of Interlaken, R.D., wife of Orlando DeParde, died Monday, March 26, 1962, at Taylor-Brown Hospital, Waterloo, N.Y following a short illness. She was born in Pennsylvania and had been a resident of this vicinity since 1929. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Jeannine Coleman, Interlaken, R.D.; two sons Joseph DeParde of Arcadia, Calif, and Pfc. Carlton DeParde who is with the armed forces in the Pacific Theater; one granddaughter, her mother, Mrs. Minnie Potter of Cayuga, N.Y.; four sisters, Mrs. Lottie Little of Muncy, Pa., Mrs. Edna Carner, Cali-fornia, Mrs. Joanna Clark of Cayuga, and Mrs. Nellie Het-tricl of Groton; three brothers, George Potter and Jack Potter, both of Union Springs and Ben-jamin Potter of Savannah; also.
  6. [S261] Unknown author, The Citizen (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date), Joanna Potter Clark Joanna Potter Clark. 61, wife of William E Clark of Connors Road. Cayuga, NY died Thursday, June 24, 1976 in Auburn Memorial Hospital after a long illness Mrs Clark was born in Pennsylvania and has resided in Southern Cayuga County for the past 30 years. Suviving besides her husband are three sons Donald and Robert Clark both of Cayuga; Ronald Clark of Auburn; one daughter, Mrs Carol Handville of Auburn; two brothers George W Potter of Cayuga; Joseph F. Potter of Union Springs; three sisters; Mrs. Oney (Lottie) Little, Muncy. Pa , Mrs Nellie Hetrick of New Columbia. Pa ; Mrs Charles (Edna) Hughes, Montezuma: six grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Sunday, June 27, 1976 at 1 p.m. at the Shakelton Funeral Home, Main St. Aurora, NY., with the Rev. H. Barton VanVliet, Pastor of the Port Byron Federated Church, officiating. Interment will be In Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Union springs, N.Y Friends may call at the Shakelton Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. Area news briefs 'Big Bird' goes to class Seventh grade students at West Middle School brought "Big Bird" and other "Sesame Street" television characters to Genesee Street School recently. The students used the characters, which they created in Mrs. Melinda Doan's art class, to tell the younger students about summer safety. The WMS students, from left, are Allen York, Dawn Gleason, Lodena Sepulveda, Tina Withers and Brenda Rogler. Food stamp changes may mean more staff A change in the federal food stamp program regulations may require the hiring of at least three additional personnel by the Cayuga County Department of Social Services. The change, which takes effect July 1, would make most recipients in the federal Sup­plemental Security Income (SSI) program eligible for food stamps. Anthony Sylvester, county social services commissioner, said he may have to ask the County Legislature to approve the hiring of at least three persons to handle the expected influx of new food stamp recipients. An increase of more than 50 per cent is expected in the number of households eligible for food stamps. If the estimated numbers apply, Sylvester said, "we're in trouble" unless additional staff is hired. Sylvester said be would meet first with the legislature's social services committee to discuss the need for more personnel. No date has been set for that meeting. The county is operating under a tight budget and is not in a mood for more hiring, par­ticularly in the welfare department which represents the lion's share of the county budget. Sylvester said present staff "are going to have to work harder in the meanwhile, until and if we get the new people." The food stamp unit presently consists of six workers, in­cluding a supervisor, three examiners, a typist and a clerk. It serves about 3,600 persons in 1,100 households who receive cash assistance in addition to food stamps, and another 2,200 persons in 542 households eligible for foods stamps but not on welfare. Sylvester said about 1,265 households in the SSI program receive medical assistance through the social services department. He said he ex­pected about 70 per cent of these to apply for food stamps under the new program. "We will need personnel if we are going to do the job right." Sylvester said. He indicated he would recommend three new examiners, as these are the persons who must determine eligibility. The examiner post pays $6,993 a year. The commissioner said he received a letter Wednesday informing him of the change in regulations. He said this did not give the department adequate "lead time" to implement the program change which goes into effect in less than a week. The letter from Albany lists two groups of SSI applicants. Those who "live alone" will be sent a questionnaire by mail that only has to be filled out and returned for them to become eligible for food stamps. The second group, those "who live with others." must apply in person at the welfare office to be eligible for food stamps. On the basts ot intorniaiiwii Insults result in jail A 30-year old Rochester man was committed to Cayuga County Jail without bail Thursday after screaming at Judge John Naskiewicz during his arraignment on two charges in City Court. Lionel Fred McKenzie of Rochester, formerly a resident of Unity House on South Street, was arrested by members of the Auburn Detective Bureau Wedsnesday night and charged with third degree burglary and endangering the welfare of a minor. The detectives said that McKenzie entered the Beverly Navarro residence at 8 Hamilton Ave., went into the bedroom of an 11-year-old girl and kissed her on the cheek several times after talking with her. McKenzie will reappear before Judge Naskiewicz for arraignment at a later date. In other. City Court action Thursday. Diane Hudson. 32. of 73 Seymour St.. pleaded guilty to breach of the peace and was given a conditional discharge She was charged with using abusive language to a policeman and with refusing to pay for a taxi. She was ordered to pay the cab company. provided by applicants, the department will issue authorization-to-purchase (ATP) cards enabling the recipients to purchase the stamps from local banks. Roswell gets grant from Eagles A $5,000 grant from the Fraternal Order of Eagles is being presented Roswell Park Memorial Institute in Buffalo, according to Lewis H. Reed, fund director. The grant is from the Eagles Art Ehrmann Cancer Fund and is being presented at the NYS Eagles Convention in Elmira today through Saturday. The fund is named in honor of the late Arthur S. Ehrmann, first director of the Eagles cancer fund in 1959 and editor of Eagle Publications for 25 years. The fund was established by the Grand Aerie to support cancer research by providing grants to recognized research centers, medical colleges and hospitals. The fund already has presented grants totalling over $1.7 million to research in­stitutions in many parts of the US and Canada. The fund is maintained by voluntary money-raising activities in Eagle Aeries and auxiliaries. Newsweek to interview Lattimore Mayor Paul Lattimore said today he has been contacted by Newsweek Magazine for an Interview Lattimore said Newsweek representatives will be in Auburn next week to talk with him about the Auburn Steel project for a story about steel mills it's a little more free publicity for this city." the mayor said. A "School's Out Celebration" is scheduled for boys and girls at the YMCA-WEIU on Monday. Beginning at 10 a.m. ac­tivities will be available to members and non-members, with non-members presenting their report cards for free admission. Coach Lee Bennett, in charge of the events, will be assisted by Peggy Kolo, Youth Supervisor. The events include gym, swim, movies, songs and games, tournaments and a repeat of last year's Battle of the Sexes in which boys* and girls' teams compete. The Auburn Corvette Club has been formed and the group is looking for members. To get acquainted with the organization, a picnic has been scheduled this Sunday at 1 p.m. at Emerson Park. Those planning to attend have been asked to bring their own food and beverage. Anyone who owns a Corvette has been invited. Dr. Ottavio G. Renzi, professor of Romance Languages and Literature at Wells College, will give a program at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Cayuga Museum of History and Art. He will review the history of Italians in America and their contributions utilizing audio­visual materials. Also planned is a film on a parade at Disney World in Orlando. Fla. —Auburn High School band muatdam have been requeued to report to Holland Stadium at 2 p.m. Sunday for the graduation ceremony with begin* at 3 p.m. Thomas Camp, band director, said musicians should report to the high school auditorium in the event of rain. The Auburn Bicentennial Committee will reopen its store from June 28 to July 3 at the former budget store on Genesee Street According to James Draucker, Auburn Bicentennial chairman, various historical and informative items will be offered. The store will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m daily. Auburn's Bicentennial Commemorative Book will be available at this time and will be on sale at the banks and Cervo's News, he said. Cows go astray owner charged Dr William A Tucker. 43. of Silver Street Road. Fleming, pleaded Innocent to a charge of disorderly conduct Wednesday and was released on $100 bail, according to the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office Dr Tucker was charged after a neighbor complained the Tucker cows were straying on his property and were not properly fenced in. deputies report The psychiatrist was arraigned before Fleming Town Justice Robert DiLallo and is slated to reappear July 13. Deputy Earl Clark in­vestigated for the sheriff's department The Weedsport Association of Parents and Teachers an­nounced that annual scholar­ships were awarded to Donald Bowden, Brian Shaw and William Marshall. Four students were cited for excellence in special disciplines and received annual awards: Dan Bates in art; Jeffrey Davis, Industrial arts; Cynthia Colvin, home economics and Eileen O'Connor in science. The awards were presented at the June 15 High School Awards Assembly by APT officers. The West High School Gass of 1956 is planning a 20th Reunion on Sept. 25. Committee members working on plans for a dinner-dance are Josephine Masotta Coleman, Peter Daddabbo, Merllyn Yantch Hfll, Lou Lombardl, Carmen Panarisi, Suzanne DiMora Rossi, John C. Rossi, George Schmid and William Wade. Anyone who desires to par­ticipate in the planning may contact a committee member. The Knotty Gub, a "mini-crochet" group of fifth grade students at Cato-Merldian Central School, were supper guests of their teacher, Mrs. Mary Jane Swinehart, at her home in Cato Tuesday evening, June 22. .The 11 club members have met for an hour before regular classes one day a week throughout the school year, to learn and practice the art of crocheting. Correction The Cayuga County Board of Realtors Inc. has indicateoTmat Amy Carver Dobson, doing business a&>Chris Car Realty, is not a Realtor but rather a real estate broker. Membership on the board is required before the term Realtor may be used, according to Richard Tuxlll president. An article in Wednesday's edition referred to the realty a* a Realtor. LA. HEIECX & SON Est. 1895 J.E.HEIECK E.G. BROOKS (Lie Funeral Directors) Dial 252-0141 58 E. Genesee St NICPON FUNERAL HOME Michael J. Nicpon Funeral Director 225 State Street - 253-1651 Say SYMPATHY with FLOWERS by COtlMTIIIO-PLMIST Ml Dunning Avt 253-4451.
  7. [S69] Ancestry.com, 1940 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, unknown publish date), Minnie Potter
    Age     13
    Estimated Birth Year     abt 1927
    Gender     Female
    Race     White
    Birthplace     Pennsylvania
    Marital Status     Single
    Relation to Head of House     Daughter
    Home in 1940     Romulus, Seneca, New York
    Inferred Residence in 1935     Romulus, Seneca, New York
    Residence in 1935     Same House
    Resident on farm in 1935     Yes
    Sheet Number     2A
    Attended School or College     Yes
    Highest Grade Completed     Elementary school, 5th grade
    Class of Worker     Unpaid family worker
    Weeks Worked in 1939     0
    Income     0
    Income Other Sources     No
    Household Members     
    Name     Age
    Charles Potter     55
    Minnie Potter     50
    Lorrie Potter     30
    Jennie Potter     27
    Joe Anna Potter     24
    George Potter     22
    Edna Potter     15
    John Potter     14
    Minnie Potter     13
    Elinor Potter     12.

Jennie Potter1

F, b. circa 1913, d. 26 March 1962
FatherCharles H Potter1 b. c 1884, d. 22 Aug 1961
MotherMinnie M Fowler1 b. c 1890, d. 1 Mar 1971
     Jennie Potter was born circa 1913 at Pennsylvania, USA.1 She died on 26 March 1962 at Waterloo, Seneca, New York, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S1124] Unknown article title, Interlaken Review, Fultonhistory.com, Mar 29, 1962: Mrs. Jennie M. DeParde, 49, of Interlaken, R.D., wife of Orlando DeParde, died Monday, March 26, 1962, at Taylor-Brown Hospital, Waterloo, N.Y following a short illness. She was born in Pennsylvania and had been a resident of this vicinity since 1929. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Jeannine Coleman, Interlaken, R.D.; two sons Joseph DeParde of Arcadia, Calif, and Pfc. Carlton DeParde who is with the armed forces in the Pacific Theater; one granddaughter, her mother, Mrs. Minnie Potter of Cayuga, N.Y.; four sisters, Mrs. Lottie Little of Muncy, Pa., Mrs. Edna Carner, Cali-fornia, Mrs. Joanna Clark of Cayuga, and Mrs. Nellie Het-tricl of Groton; three brothers, George Potter and Jack Potter, both of Union Springs and Ben-jamin Potter of Savannah; also.

Lottie Pearl Potter1

F, b. 30 March 1910, d. 17 May 1998
FatherCharles H Potter1 b. c 1884, d. 22 Aug 1961
MotherMinnie M Fowler1 b. c 1890, d. 1 Mar 1971
     Lottie Pearl Potter was born on 30 March 1910 at Pennsylvania, USA.1 She died on 17 May 1998 at Interlaken, Seneca, New York, USA, at age 88.2,3

Citations

  1. [S11] Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.Original data - Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Was, unknown publish date).
  2. [S38] Find a Grave, online , Lottie Pearl Little
    Birth Date:     1910
    Death Date:     1998
    Cemetery:     Cherry Grove Cemetery
    Burial or Cremation Place:     Nordmont, Sullivan County, Pennsylvania, USA
    Has Bio?:     N
    Spouse:     Oney Monroe Little
    Children:     Pfc Leroy Benjamin Little
    Dennis William Little.
  3. [S1125] Unknown article title, The Williamsport Sun, unknown location, May 18, 1998.

Joanna Potter1

F, b. 11 August 1915, d. 24 June 1976
FatherCharles H Potter1 b. c 1884, d. 22 Aug 1961
MotherMinnie M Fowler1 b. c 1890, d. 1 Mar 1971
     Joanna Potter was born on 11 August 1915 at Sullivan, Pennsylvania, USA.1 She died on 24 June 1976 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, USA, at age 60.1,2

Citations

  1. [S261] Unknown author, The Citizen (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date), Joanna Potter Clark Joanna Potter Clark. 61, wife of William E Clark of Connors Road. Cayuga, NY died Thursday, June 24, 1976 in Auburn Memorial Hospital after a long illness Mrs Clark was born in Pennsylvania and has resided in Southern Cayuga County for the past 30 years. Suviving besides her husband are three sons Donald and Robert Clark both of Cayuga; Ronald Clark of Auburn; one daughter, Mrs Carol Handville of Auburn; two brothers George W Potter of Cayuga; Joseph F. Potter of Union Springs; three sisters; Mrs. Oney (Lottie) Little, Muncy. Pa , Mrs Nellie Hetrick of New Columbia. Pa ; Mrs Charles (Edna) Hughes, Montezuma: six grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Sunday, June 27, 1976 at 1 p.m. at the Shakelton Funeral Home, Main St. Aurora, NY., with the Rev. H. Barton VanVliet, Pastor of the Port Byron Federated Church, officiating. Interment will be In Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Union springs, N.Y Friends may call at the Shakelton Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. Area news briefs 'Big Bird' goes to class Seventh grade students at West Middle School brought "Big Bird" and other "Sesame Street" television characters to Genesee Street School recently. The students used the characters, which they created in Mrs. Melinda Doan's art class, to tell the younger students about summer safety. The WMS students, from left, are Allen York, Dawn Gleason, Lodena Sepulveda, Tina Withers and Brenda Rogler. Food stamp changes may mean more staff A change in the federal food stamp program regulations may require the hiring of at least three additional personnel by the Cayuga County Department of Social Services. The change, which takes effect July 1, would make most recipients in the federal Sup­plemental Security Income (SSI) program eligible for food stamps. Anthony Sylvester, county social services commissioner, said he may have to ask the County Legislature to approve the hiring of at least three persons to handle the expected influx of new food stamp recipients. An increase of more than 50 per cent is expected in the number of households eligible for food stamps. If the estimated numbers apply, Sylvester said, "we're in trouble" unless additional staff is hired. Sylvester said be would meet first with the legislature's social services committee to discuss the need for more personnel. No date has been set for that meeting. The county is operating under a tight budget and is not in a mood for more hiring, par­ticularly in the welfare department which represents the lion's share of the county budget. Sylvester said present staff "are going to have to work harder in the meanwhile, until and if we get the new people." The food stamp unit presently consists of six workers, in­cluding a supervisor, three examiners, a typist and a clerk. It serves about 3,600 persons in 1,100 households who receive cash assistance in addition to food stamps, and another 2,200 persons in 542 households eligible for foods stamps but not on welfare. Sylvester said about 1,265 households in the SSI program receive medical assistance through the social services department. He said he ex­pected about 70 per cent of these to apply for food stamps under the new program. "We will need personnel if we are going to do the job right." Sylvester said. He indicated he would recommend three new examiners, as these are the persons who must determine eligibility. The examiner post pays $6,993 a year. The commissioner said he received a letter Wednesday informing him of the change in regulations. He said this did not give the department adequate "lead time" to implement the program change which goes into effect in less than a week. The letter from Albany lists two groups of SSI applicants. Those who "live alone" will be sent a questionnaire by mail that only has to be filled out and returned for them to become eligible for food stamps. The second group, those "who live with others." must apply in person at the welfare office to be eligible for food stamps. On the basts ot intorniaiiwii Insults result in jail A 30-year old Rochester man was committed to Cayuga County Jail without bail Thursday after screaming at Judge John Naskiewicz during his arraignment on two charges in City Court. Lionel Fred McKenzie of Rochester, formerly a resident of Unity House on South Street, was arrested by members of the Auburn Detective Bureau Wedsnesday night and charged with third degree burglary and endangering the welfare of a minor. The detectives said that McKenzie entered the Beverly Navarro residence at 8 Hamilton Ave., went into the bedroom of an 11-year-old girl and kissed her on the cheek several times after talking with her. McKenzie will reappear before Judge Naskiewicz for arraignment at a later date. In other. City Court action Thursday. Diane Hudson. 32. of 73 Seymour St.. pleaded guilty to breach of the peace and was given a conditional discharge She was charged with using abusive language to a policeman and with refusing to pay for a taxi. She was ordered to pay the cab company. provided by applicants, the department will issue authorization-to-purchase (ATP) cards enabling the recipients to purchase the stamps from local banks. Roswell gets grant from Eagles A $5,000 grant from the Fraternal Order of Eagles is being presented Roswell Park Memorial Institute in Buffalo, according to Lewis H. Reed, fund director. The grant is from the Eagles Art Ehrmann Cancer Fund and is being presented at the NYS Eagles Convention in Elmira today through Saturday. The fund is named in honor of the late Arthur S. Ehrmann, first director of the Eagles cancer fund in 1959 and editor of Eagle Publications for 25 years. The fund was established by the Grand Aerie to support cancer research by providing grants to recognized research centers, medical colleges and hospitals. The fund already has presented grants totalling over $1.7 million to research in­stitutions in many parts of the US and Canada. The fund is maintained by voluntary money-raising activities in Eagle Aeries and auxiliaries. Newsweek to interview Lattimore Mayor Paul Lattimore said today he has been contacted by Newsweek Magazine for an Interview Lattimore said Newsweek representatives will be in Auburn next week to talk with him about the Auburn Steel project for a story about steel mills it's a little more free publicity for this city." the mayor said. A "School's Out Celebration" is scheduled for boys and girls at the YMCA-WEIU on Monday. Beginning at 10 a.m. ac­tivities will be available to members and non-members, with non-members presenting their report cards for free admission. Coach Lee Bennett, in charge of the events, will be assisted by Peggy Kolo, Youth Supervisor. The events include gym, swim, movies, songs and games, tournaments and a repeat of last year's Battle of the Sexes in which boys* and girls' teams compete. The Auburn Corvette Club has been formed and the group is looking for members. To get acquainted with the organization, a picnic has been scheduled this Sunday at 1 p.m. at Emerson Park. Those planning to attend have been asked to bring their own food and beverage. Anyone who owns a Corvette has been invited. Dr. Ottavio G. Renzi, professor of Romance Languages and Literature at Wells College, will give a program at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Cayuga Museum of History and Art. He will review the history of Italians in America and their contributions utilizing audio­visual materials. Also planned is a film on a parade at Disney World in Orlando. Fla. —Auburn High School band muatdam have been requeued to report to Holland Stadium at 2 p.m. Sunday for the graduation ceremony with begin* at 3 p.m. Thomas Camp, band director, said musicians should report to the high school auditorium in the event of rain. The Auburn Bicentennial Committee will reopen its store from June 28 to July 3 at the former budget store on Genesee Street According to James Draucker, Auburn Bicentennial chairman, various historical and informative items will be offered. The store will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m daily. Auburn's Bicentennial Commemorative Book will be available at this time and will be on sale at the banks and Cervo's News, he said. Cows go astray owner charged Dr William A Tucker. 43. of Silver Street Road. Fleming, pleaded Innocent to a charge of disorderly conduct Wednesday and was released on $100 bail, according to the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office Dr Tucker was charged after a neighbor complained the Tucker cows were straying on his property and were not properly fenced in. deputies report The psychiatrist was arraigned before Fleming Town Justice Robert DiLallo and is slated to reappear July 13. Deputy Earl Clark in­vestigated for the sheriff's department The Weedsport Association of Parents and Teachers an­nounced that annual scholar­ships were awarded to Donald Bowden, Brian Shaw and William Marshall. Four students were cited for excellence in special disciplines and received annual awards: Dan Bates in art; Jeffrey Davis, Industrial arts; Cynthia Colvin, home economics and Eileen O'Connor in science. The awards were presented at the June 15 High School Awards Assembly by APT officers. The West High School Gass of 1956 is planning a 20th Reunion on Sept. 25. Committee members working on plans for a dinner-dance are Josephine Masotta Coleman, Peter Daddabbo, Merllyn Yantch Hfll, Lou Lombardl, Carmen Panarisi, Suzanne DiMora Rossi, John C. Rossi, George Schmid and William Wade. Anyone who desires to par­ticipate in the planning may contact a committee member. The Knotty Gub, a "mini-crochet" group of fifth grade students at Cato-Merldian Central School, were supper guests of their teacher, Mrs. Mary Jane Swinehart, at her home in Cato Tuesday evening, June 22. .The 11 club members have met for an hour before regular classes one day a week throughout the school year, to learn and practice the art of crocheting. Correction The Cayuga County Board of Realtors Inc. has indicateoTmat Amy Carver Dobson, doing business a&>Chris Car Realty, is not a Realtor but rather a real estate broker. Membership on the board is required before the term Realtor may be used, according to Richard Tuxlll president. An article in Wednesday's edition referred to the realty a* a Realtor. LA. HEIECX & SON Est. 1895 J.E.HEIECK E.G. BROOKS (Lie Funeral Directors) Dial 252-0141 58 E. Genesee St NICPON FUNERAL HOME Michael J. Nicpon Funeral Director 225 State Street - 253-1651 Say SYMPATHY with FLOWERS by COtlMTIIIO-PLMIST Ml Dunning Avt 253-4451.
  2. [S38] Find a Grave, online , Joanna Grace Potter Clark
    Birth:      Aug. 11, 1915
    Sullivan County
    Pennsylvania, USA
    Death:      Jun. 24, 1976
    Auburn
    Cayuga County
    New York, USA

    daughter of Charles Potter and Minnie Fowler Potter

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    William Edward Clark (1913 - 2001)

    Burial:
    Chestnut Hill Cemetery
    Union Springs
    Cayuga County
    New York, USA

    Created by: Lorraine Bailey
    Record added: Jun 04, 2014
    Find A Grave Memorial# 130832871.

Benjamin Potter1

M, b. 15 August 1926, d. 2 April 1976
FatherCharles H Potter1 b. c 1884, d. 22 Aug 1961
MotherMinnie M Fowler1 b. c 1890, d. 1 Mar 1971
     Benjamin Potter was born on 15 August 1926 at Pennsylvania, USA.1,2 He died on 2 April 1976 at Seneca Falls, Seneca, New York, USA, at age 49.3

Citations

  1. [S69] Ancestry.com, 1940 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, unknown publish date), Minnie Potter
    Age     13
    Estimated Birth Year     abt 1927
    Gender     Female
    Race     White
    Birthplace     Pennsylvania
    Marital Status     Single
    Relation to Head of House     Daughter
    Home in 1940     Romulus, Seneca, New York
    Inferred Residence in 1935     Romulus, Seneca, New York
    Residence in 1935     Same House
    Resident on farm in 1935     Yes
    Sheet Number     2A
    Attended School or College     Yes
    Highest Grade Completed     Elementary school, 5th grade
    Class of Worker     Unpaid family worker
    Weeks Worked in 1939     0
    Income     0
    Income Other Sources     No
    Household Members     
    Name     Age
    Charles Potter     55
    Minnie Potter     50
    Lorrie Potter     30
    Jennie Potter     27
    Joe Anna Potter     24
    George Potter     22
    Edna Potter     15
    John Potter     14
    Minnie Potter     13
    Elinor Potter     12.
  2. [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), Benjamin Potter
    SSN:     127-20-9354
    BORN:     15 Aug 1926
    Died:     Apr 1976
    State (Year) SSN issued:     New York (Before 1951).
  3. [S86] Unknown author, Geneva Daily Times (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date), Apr 3, 1976: SENECA FALLS - Police Chief Anthony J. Casamassima reported this morning that police found Benjamin L. Potter, 49 of 7 Hawley St., dead at his home last night. Warren Jones, Seneca County coroner, was called in, and an autopsy was underway this morning to discover the cause. Potter had ap-parently been dead for several days. He was discovered by a son-in-law, John Kriegelstein of 52 Church St., Waterloo. He and his wife went over to investigate when they couldn't reach Potter by phone. The autopsy Is being conducted by Dr. Manuel Posso of Ithaca. The body will be released to the Dor an Funeral Home after the autopsy, at the request of the family. In the meantime, police are con-tinuing the Investigation. Potter had been employed at Sylvanla Electric Co., Seneca Falls. He had recently suffered pneumonia. Police were called at 6:30 p.m. Friday-Friends may call from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday at the Doran Funeral Home. * The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. The Rev. Edward Lincoln will officiate. Burial will be in Union Springs Cemetery, Union Springs. Mr. Potter was born In Muncy, Pa. He was employed by GTE Sylvanla for 25 years. He was a member of the Sylvanla Century Club. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. John (Christine) Kriegelstein of Waterloo and Mrs. Michael (Valerie) Mazzeo of Seneca Falls; two brothers, Joseph of Union Springs and George of Cayuga; four sisters, Mrs. Joanna Clark of Cayuga, Mrs. Edna earner of Montezuma and Mrs. Eleanor Hetrich and Mrs. Lottie Little, both of Muncy, Pa.; and two grandchildren. Russell A. Strong DUNDEE - Russell A. Strong, 75, Of Rt. 14A, Dundee died at his Friday, April 2. Friends may call at the I Funeral Home, Dundee, Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. The funeral will be from the funeral home Monday *1 2 p.m. with the Rev. Benjamin Dlsbrow officiating. Burial will be at Hillside Cemetery, Dundee. Memorial contributions may be made to the Dundee Volunteer Ambulance Fund. Mr Strong was born In Thurston and was a retired employe of the NYS Highway Dept. Surviving sr* his wife, Alice; one son, Edward of Campbell; one brother, Charles of Otenburnte, Md., one sister, Mrs. Ada Aklns of Elmlra; and one grandson FUNERAL GuyF.McCann WATERLOO — Funeral services for Guy P. McCann, 88. of RD 3, Waterloo, who died Sunday, March 21, In Port Myers, Pla., were at 2 p. m. Friday In the Sanderson Funeral Home. The Rev. Phil E. Tennie» ,of Canoga Presbyterian Church officiated. Bearers, all members of Warner Van Riper Post No. 435 American Legion of Waterloo, were Clair W. Flick, John A. Jarvls, Herbert H. Miller, Fred J. Schelti, Charlas R. Stanton and C. Fred Trickier. Untitled Documentfile:///C|/Documents%20and%20Settings/Administrator/Desktop/hello.html2/18/2007 11:01:03 AMThomas M. Tryniski 309 South 4th Street Fulton New York 13069 www.fultonhistory.com.

Eleanor Potter

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FatherCharles H Potter b. c 1884, d. 22 Aug 1961
MotherMinnie M Fowler b. c 1890, d. 1 Mar 1971

B. F. Fowler1

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Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1126] Unknown compiler, online unknown url, unknown author (Familysearch.org), Name:     Charles H. Potter
    Titles and Terms:     
    Event Type:     Marriage
    Event Date:     14 Jun 1909
    Event Place:     Sonestown, Sullivan, Pennsylvania, United States
    Age:     
    Birth Year (Estimated):     
    Father's Name:     
    Father's Titles and Terms:     
    Mother's Name:     
    Mother's Titles and Terms:     
    Spouse's Name:     Minnie May Fowler
    Spouse's Titles and Terms:     
    Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):     
    Spouse's Father's Name:     B. F. Fowler
    Spouse's Father's Titles and Terms:     
    Spouse's Mother's Name:     
    Spouse's Mother's Titles and Terms:     
    Reference ID:     659
    GS Film Number:     954171
    Digital Folder Number:     004272525
    Image Number:     00516



    Citing this Record:
    "Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VF95-FY3 : accessed 23 April 2016), Charles H. Potter and Minnie May Fowler, 14 Jun 1909; citing Marriage, Pennsylvania, county courthouses, Pennsylvania; FHL microfilm 954,171.

Violet P Townsend1

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FatherWashington Richard Townsend1 b. 4 Jul 1869, d. 2 Jan 1939
MotherSarah Elizabeth Carner1 b. 18 May 1874, d. 8 Jun 1951

Citations

  1. [S68] Ancestry.com, 1915 New York, State Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Voilet P Townsend
    Birth Year     abt 1911
    Birth Place     United States
    Age     4
    Gender     Female
    Residence Place     Savannah, Wayne
    Relationship     Daughter
    Color or Race     White
    Assembly District     01
    House Number     Road
    Line Number     25
    Page number     14
    Household Members     
    Name     Age
    Washington R Townsend     45
    Sarah E Townsend     41
    Eva F Townsend     16
    Floyd W Townsend     12
    Lloyd L Townsend     10
    Edna M Townsend     7
    Voilet P Townsend     4
    Chas Little     25
    Laura Little     28
    Isaac J Little     71.

Sharon Jones

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FatherLeslie Maynard Jones b. 8 Mar 1897, d. 6 Sep 1962
MotherFrances Mae Thurston b. 16 Aug 1898, d. 14 Mar 1968
     Sharon Jones married Carter L Dorzbacher.1

Citations

  1. [S1127] Unknown article title, The Tarrytown Daily News, Fultonhistory.com, MRS. LESLIE JONES Mother of Resident: Services were held in Montezuma, N.Y., this week for Mrs. Frances Mae Jones, 69, mother of Mrs. Carter L. Dorzbacher of €2 Embree St. Mrs. Jones, a life-long resident of the Cayuga County community, died March 14 while on a visit to her daughter. The funeral was held Monday at the Montezuma Methodist Church, of which Mrs. Jones was • member. Interment was at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Port Byron. Mrs. Jones, whose husband. Leslie, died in 1962, was post master of Montezuma for 15 years prior to her itMircment in 1965. She and her husband also operated a general store for 40 years. Born Aug. 16. 1898, Mrs. Jones was the daughter of John and Mary (Herroldt Thurston. Besides her daughter, surviv-ors include a son, Leon Jones of Montezuma, two sisters and six brother.

Carter L Dorzbacher1

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     Carter L Dorzbacher married Sharon Jones, daughter of Leslie Maynard Jones and Frances Mae Thurston.1

Family

Sharon Jones

Citations

  1. [S1127] Unknown article title, The Tarrytown Daily News, Fultonhistory.com, MRS. LESLIE JONES Mother of Resident: Services were held in Montezuma, N.Y., this week for Mrs. Frances Mae Jones, 69, mother of Mrs. Carter L. Dorzbacher of €2 Embree St. Mrs. Jones, a life-long resident of the Cayuga County community, died March 14 while on a visit to her daughter. The funeral was held Monday at the Montezuma Methodist Church, of which Mrs. Jones was • member. Interment was at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Port Byron. Mrs. Jones, whose husband. Leslie, died in 1962, was post master of Montezuma for 15 years prior to her itMircment in 1965. She and her husband also operated a general store for 40 years. Born Aug. 16. 1898, Mrs. Jones was the daughter of John and Mary (Herroldt Thurston. Besides her daughter, surviv-ors include a son, Leon Jones of Montezuma, two sisters and six brother.

Leonard David Sabin1

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     Leonard David Sabin married Lena Clark Jones, daughter of Washington Jones and Mary E Traver, on 8 April 1922 at Ontario, New York, USA.1

Family

Lena Clark Jones b. 5 Jan 1904, d. Sep 1973

Citations

  1. [S557] Familysearch.org, New York Marriages 1686-1980 (n.p.: LDS, unknown publish date), Lena C Jones
    Gender:     Female
    Age:     18
    Birth Date:     abt 1904
    Marriage Date:     8 Apr 1922
    Marriage Place:     Ontario, New York, USA
    Father:     Washington Jones
    Mother:     Mary Traver
    Spouse:     Leonard David Sabin
    Film Number:     000590801.

Roy Lash

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     Roy Lash married Ursula Jones, daughter of Washington Jones and Mary E Traver.

Family

Ursula Jones b. 29 Jan 1895, d. Apr 1975

(?) Shotz1

M

Citations

  1. [S1115] Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, online , Mabel Fry Jones
    [Mabel Louisef Shotz]
    SSN:     122038521
    Gender:     Female
    Race:     White
    Birth Date:     11 May 1884
    Birth Place:     Auburn, New York
    Claim Date:     28 Dec 1949
    Type of Claim:     Duplicate SSN - change or replacement.
    Notes:     Jun 1953: Name listed as MABEL FRY JONES; 01 Oct 1976: Name listed as MABEL LOUISEF SHOTZ.

George N Fetzer

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     George N Fetzer married Mabel E Jones, daughter of Washington Jones and Mary E Traver.

Family

Mabel E Jones b. 11 Sep 1884, d. Aug 1975

Duncan Scott

M
     Duncan Scott married Lulu May Jones, daughter of Washington Jones and Mary E Traver.

Family

Lulu May Jones b. 5 Jan 1904, d. 6 Aug 1955

John Boyer1

M, b. 14 July 1848, d. 22 January 1930
     John Boyer married Elizabeth Anderson, daughter of Thomas Anderson and Catherine Surey.1 John Boyer was born on 14 July 1848 at Germany.1 He died on 22 January 1930 at Larksville, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, USA, at age 81.1

Family

Elizabeth Anderson b. c 1849, d. 16 Sep 1911

Citations

  1. [S38] Find a Grave, online , John Boyer
    Birth Date:     14 Jul 1848
    Birth Place:     Germany
    Death Date:     22 Jan 1930
    Death Place:     Larksville, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, USA
    Cemetery:     Forty Fort Cemetery
    Burial or Cremation Place:     Forty Fort, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, USA
    Has Bio?:     Y
    Spouse:     Elizabeth Boyer
    Children:     Elizabeth Carey
    Stella Devlin
    John Boyer Jr
    Pvt Henry F Boyer
    Philip J Boyer.

William Anderson

M, b. circa 1857
FatherThomas Anderson b. c 1821, d. 21 Jun 1892
MotherCatherine Surey b. c 1825, d. 6 Feb 1905
     William Anderson was born circa 1857 at New York, USA.

Elmer John Hartman1

M, b. 19 August 1901, d. 28 May 1982
     Elmer John Hartman was born on 19 August 1901.1 He married Florence Jane Thurston, daughter of Edward J Thurston and Gertrude Alexander. Elmer John Hartman died on 28 May 1982 at age 80.1

Family

Florence Jane Thurston b. 19 Mar 1899, d. 31 Jan 1988

Citations

  1. [S38] Find a Grave, online , Elmer John Hartman
    Birth Date:     19 Aug 1901
    Death Date:     28 May 1982
    Cemetery:     Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cypress)
    Burial or Cremation Place:     Cypress, Orange County, California, USA
    Has Bio?:     N
    Spouse:     Florence Jane Hartman.

Frank Elias Smith1

M, b. 5 April 1890, d. 21 August 1968
     Frank Elias Smith married Gertrude Pearl Thurston, daughter of Edward J Thurston and Gertrude Alexander.1 Frank Elias Smith was born on 5 April 1890 at Oswego, New York, USA.1 He died on 21 August 1968 at Fulton, Oswego, New York, USA, at age 78.1

Family

Gertrude Pearl Thurston b. 22 Aug 1894, d. Jul 1979

Citations

  1. [S38] Find a Grave, online , Frank Elias Smith
    Birth Date:     5 Apr 1890
    Birth Place:     Oswego County, New York, USA
    Death Date:     21 Aug 1968
    Death Place:     Fulton, Oswego County, New York, USA
    Cemetery:     Saint Marys Cemetery
    Burial or Cremation Place:     Fulton, Oswego County, New York, USA
    Has Bio?:     N
    Spouse:     Gertrude Pearl Smith
    Children:     William F. Smith.

Norman Bridgewood

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     Norman Bridgewood married Daisy May Thurston, daughter of Edward J Thurston and Gertrude Alexander, circa 1939.1

Family

Daisy May Thurston b. 16 Jun 1892
Child

Citations

  1. [S1115] Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, online , Edward Lawrence Boncorso
    [Edward Lawrence Bridgwood]
    [Edward Bridgwood]
    SSN:     118035769
    Gender:     Male
    Race:     White
    Birth Date:     15 Mar 1919
    Birth Place:     Buffalo Erie, New York
    [Buffalo, New York]
    Death Date:     8 Jan 2002
    Father:     Louis Boncorso
    Mother:     Daisy M Thurston
    Type of Claim:     Original SSN.
    Signature on SSN Card:     EDWARD BONCORSO
    Relationship of Signature:     Signature name differs from NH’s name.
    Notes:     Jul 1937: Name listed as EDWARD LAWRENCE BONCORSO; Dec 1939: Name listed as EDWARD LAWRENCE BRIDGWOOD; 12 Jan 2002: Name listed as EDWARD L BRIDGWOOD.

Edward Lawrence Boncorso1

M, b. 15 March 1919, d. 8 January 2002
FatherLouis Boncorso
MotherDaisy May Thurston b. 16 Jun 1892
     Edward Lawrence Boncorso was also known as Edward Thurston. Edward Lawrence Boncorso was also known as Edward Bridgewood. He was born on 15 March 1919 at Buffalo, Erie, New York, USA.1 He died on 8 January 2002 at Lakewood, Los Angeles, California, USA, at age 82.2

Citations

  1. [S1115] Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, online , Edward Lawrence Boncorso
    [Edward Lawrence Bridgwood]
    [Edward Bridgwood]
    SSN:     118035769
    Gender:     Male
    Race:     White
    Birth Date:     15 Mar 1919
    Birth Place:     Buffalo Erie, New York
    [Buffalo, New York]
    Death Date:     8 Jan 2002
    Father:     Louis Boncorso
    Mother:     Daisy M Thurston
    Type of Claim:     Original SSN.
    Signature on SSN Card:     EDWARD BONCORSO
    Relationship of Signature:     Signature name differs from NH’s name.
    Notes:     Jul 1937: Name listed as EDWARD LAWRENCE BONCORSO; Dec 1939: Name listed as EDWARD LAWRENCE BRIDGWOOD; 12 Jan 2002: Name listed as EDWARD L BRIDGWOOD.
  2. [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), Edward L. Bridgwood
    SSN:     118-03-5769
    Last Residence:     
    90712 Lakewood, Los Angeles, California, USA
    BORN:     15 Mar 1919
    Died:     8 Jan 2002
    State (Year) SSN issued:     New York (Before 1951).

Ernest L Bridgewood

M, b. 1 December 1920, d. 9 January 2010
Step-fatherNorman Bridgewood
MotherDaisy May Thurston b. 16 Jun 1892
     Ernest L Bridgewood was also known as Ernest Robert Thurston. Ernest L Bridgewood was also known as Ernest Robert Bridgewood. He was born on 1 December 1920 at New York, USA.1,2 He died on 9 January 2010 at Lakewood, Los Angeles, California, USA, at age 89.2

Citations

  1. [S69] Ancestry.com, 1940 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, unknown publish date), Ernest Bridgewood
    Respondent:     Yes
    Age:     19
    Estimated birth year:     abt 1921
    Gender:     Male
    Race:     White
    Birthplace:     New York
    Marital Status:     Single
    Relation to Head of House:     Son
    Home in 1940:     Buffalo, Erie, New York
    Map of Home in 1940:     View Map
    Street:     Adams
    Inferred Residence in 1935:     Buffalo, Erie, New York
    Residence in 1935:     Same Place
    Resident on farm in 1935:     No
    Sheet Number:     14A
    Occupation:     Regework
    Attended School or College:     No
    Highest Grade Completed:     High School, 4th year
    Hours Worked Week Prior to Census:     24
    Class of Worker:     Wage or salary worker in private work
    Weeks Worked in 1939:     10
    Income:     300
    Income Other Sources:     No
    Neighbors:     View others on page
    Household Members:     
    Name     Age
    Daisy Bridgewood     47
    Edward Bridgewood     21
    Ernest Bridgewood     19.
  2. [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), Ernest L. Bridgwood
    Last Residence:     
    90712 Lakewood, Los Angeles, California
    BORN:     1 Dec 1920
    Died:     9 Jan 2010
    State (Year) SSN issued:     New York (Before 1951).

Louis Boncorso

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     Louis Boncorso married Daisy May Thurston, daughter of Edward J Thurston and Gertrude Alexander, circa June 1916 at Buffalo, Erie, New York, USA.1

Family

Daisy May Thurston b. 16 Jun 1892
Child

Citations

  1. [S1129] Unknown article title, Buffalo -Currier, Fultonhistory.com, Jun 6, 1916 Marriage licenses: Louis Boncoiso 184 Efner St. Daisy M. Thurston 98 Johnson Park.

Jacob Jones1

M, b. circa 1792
     Jacob Jones married Mary Unknown. Jacob Jones was born circa 1792 at Dutchess, New York, USA.1

Family

Mary Unknown b. c 1801, d. b 1855
Child

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, 1855 New York Census, Record Type: New York State Census (n.p.: 1855, unknown publish date), Jacob Jones
    Birth Year:     abt 1792
    Age:     63
    Relation to Head:     Head
    Residence:     Phelps, Ontario, New York, USA
    District:     E.D. 2
    Household number:     93
    Line Number:     16
    Sheet Number:     141
    Household Members:     
    Name     Age
    Jacob Jones     63
    Aaron Jones     22
    Sarah Jones     17
    William H Jones     0
    Samuel Parke     18
    Caroline Hammond     23
    Mary J Hammond     8
    Salvara Hammond     6
    George H Hammond     4.

Mary Unknown

F, b. circa 1801, d. before 1855
     Mary Unknown married Jacob Jones. Mary Unknown was born circa 1801 at New York, USA. She died before 1855.

Family

Jacob Jones b. c 1792
Child

Hattie Heavener1

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     Hattie Heavener married David Lee White, son of George Monroe White and Sally Williams, on 25 November 1896 at Welland, Ontario, Canada.1

Family

David Lee White b. c 1856, d. 23 Aug 1909

Citations

  1. [S88] Ontario, Canada) Ancestry.com and Genealogical Research Library (Brampton, Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1928 (n.p.: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.Original data - Ontario, Canada. Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928. MS932, Reels 1-833, 850-880. Archives of Ontario, Toronto.Ontario, Canada. Marriage License Books, 1907-1910. M, unknown publish date), David Lee White
    Age     40
    Birth Year     abt 1856
    Birth Place     Cayuga County
    Marriage Date     25 Nov 1896
    Marriage Place     Welland, Ontario, Canada
    Household Members     
    Name     Age
    Hattie Heavener     
    Bridget Heavener     
    John Heavener     
    David Lee White     
    Sally White     
    George Manroe White.     

Mary E (?)1

F, b. circa 1859
     Mary E (?) was born circa 1859 at New York, USA.1 She married David Lee White, son of George Monroe White and Sally Williams, circa 1879.1

Family

David Lee White b. c 1856, d. 23 Aug 1909

Citations

  1. [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).

Minnie Hames1

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     Minnie Hames married John F White, son of George Monroe White and Sally Williams, on 24 December 1874.1

Family

John F White b. Jun 1850, d. 15 Apr 1912

Citations

  1. [S1130] Unknown article title, Fairport Herald, unknown location.