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101 1870 U.S. Census - Martha Boozam
1880 U.S. Census - Magdalen Bosom
1892 N.Y. Census - Magdelena Busam
1899 Cleveland Village Directory - Madaline Busam
1900 U.S. Census - Madgline Busan
1910 U.S. Census - Magdelena Busam
1915 N.Y. Census - Madaline M. Busam 
Busam, Madaline M. (I72)
 
102 1880 N.Y. State Census - Francis Bosom
Find a Grave - Frances B. Bussom 
Busam, Frances A. (I70)
 
103 1882-Jan-28 John S. Banning has opened a barber shop at his residence. Banning, John S. (I4145)
 
104 1898-06-22 - Frank Tarpeny has been called to Chicago by the critical illness of his brother Jay. Terpenny, Frank G. (I347)
 
105 1898-06-22 - Frank Terpeny has been called to Chicago by the critical illness of his brother Jay. Terpenny, William Jay (I1844)
 
106 1901-08-15, Rome Sentinel, p.3
Quite an excitement was created on Lake Street Saturday night. Two rigs coming in opposite directions collided. One was driven by Julius Lavancher and the other by Dan Quage. The latter's rig was badly wrecked. Lavancher's wagon escaped with but little damage. 
Lavancher, Julius Sr (I776)
 
107 1921 - Fred W. Bopp of Bernhard's Bay has opened a plumbing business in Cleveland. Bopp, Frederick (I2201)
 
108 1927-11-03 - Received third degree. Drum, Clinton H. (I1179)
 
109 1927-11-03 - Received third degree. Watson, Arthur W. Jr. (I2597)
 
110 1927-11-03 - Received third degree. Hoover, Anthony (I2521)
 
111 1927-11-03 - Received third degree. Crandall, Frank (I3757)
 
112 1929 - Installed as Master Morse, Henry D. (I2710)
 
113 1929 - Installed as Secretary Crandall, Frank (I3757)
 
114 1929 - Installed as Treasurer Sixbery, Byron M. (I2068)
 
115 1930 - Emery Lavancher has added a fine coat of paint, both red and white, to his store. Lavancher, Emery (I2618)
 
116 1930 - Lake Street
1930 - Dr. Dye moved, Monday, from the Bitz Block on Main Street to the residence of Dudley Lewis on Bridge Street. 
Dye, Dr. Daniel C. (I2051)
 
117 1930 - Mr. and Mrs. John Bitz have moved to the rooms occupied by Dr. Dye (formerly in the Bitz Block) and Mr. Wilbur of Syracuse, who has just bought the Bitz Brothers' store, will occupy the residence in connection with the store. Bitz, John F. (I1514)
 
118 1930 - Mr. and Mrs. June Bray and Mrs. Eva Dale visited their brother, Ray Codner, in Cleveland Sunday. Mr. Codner recently suffered a heart attack and fell cutting his head quite badly. They found him still unable to set up but gaining slowly. Codner, Ray (I1925)
 
119 1930 married name is McCarthy Unknown, Lillie (I2057)
 
120 1930-05-22 - Mr. and Mrs. Delos Gilbert of Syracuse have bought the Cleveland Hotel, Cleveland, N.Y., from Mrs. Michael O'Connor. The O'Connor family has conducted the hostelry for 24 years. The new proprietor has been recently located in Rome with the Crown Oil Company until it's amalgamation with the Standard Oil Company. Gilbert, Delos (I2961)
 
121 1931 - Arnold Kowanes, wife and three children barely escaped with their lives when their home at Cleveland, N.Y., burned on a recent night. They were awakened by the barking of their pet dog which perished in the flames. Kowanes, Arnold (I3861)
 
122 1931 - Primary Education
1934-1935 - Teacher's Assistant 
Wise, Zelda (I3723)
 
123 1931 - Street Commissioner
1932 - Street Commissioner
1933 - Street Commissioner and Sexton of Village Cemetery 
Lavancher, Julius Sr (I776)
 
124 1932 - At a surprise welcome home party Saturday night in Cleveland, a purse of money and flowers were presented the Rev. W.J. Morris. Father Morris has been in Ireland two months. Morris, Rev. William J. (I2059)
 
125 1932 - Henry Stinger is confined to his home in Clay street, where he is suffering from gangrene in one of his legs. Stinger, Henry Frederick (I1138)
 
126 1932 - Howard A. Eaton, Cleveland, began the operation of the Star mailing route between Oneida and Central Square Monday morning. His contract will extend two years at annual compensation of $3,399.75. He succeeds Charles Cook of Sylvan Beach, who has maintained the route temporarily for the past two months. Eaton, Howard A. (I3821)
 
127 1932 - Miss Esther Morse who is an operator on the local telephone exchange, is confined to her home with measles. Morse, Esther M. (I140)
 
128 1932 - Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Pease have moved to the Dwight Bailey property north of Bernhard's Bay. Pease, John Edward (I885)
 
129 1932 - Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Widger of Baldwinsville were in town Tuesday negotiating with Joseph Wilbert for the purchase of the L.F. Bitz store property in Lake Street which was sold two years ago by John and Joseph Bitz to Mr. Wilbert. Bitz, Joseph (I1512)
 
130 1932 - Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Widger of Baldwinsville were in town Tuesday negotiating with Joseph Wilbert for the purchase of the L.F. Bitz store property in Lake Street which was sold two years ago by John and Joseph Bitz to Mr. Wilbert. Bitz, John F. (I1514)
 
131 1932 - Mrs. Alfred Bonneau, who has been unable to walk for many years, took an auto ride to Oneida, Thursday, which was the first time in sixteen years that she had been able to be out-of-doors in the month of January. Ladue, Bertha (I877)
 
132 1932 - Pupils of Dakins Bay school, near Cleveland, on Saturday attended in a body the funeral of their teacher, Mrs. Frank Ladue. There services were largely attended and the children's tribute was both impressive and touching. Colbert, Elizabeth (I2607)
 
133 1932 - Robert Landgraff has been appointed by the village board to the office of police constable to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of William Cooper. Landgraff, Robert R. (I3792)
 
134 1932 - The former Catholic church building in Cleveland, purchased by Mrs. Marion Morenus of that village, is being remodeled to house her antique shop. Travis, Marion A. (I437)
 
135 1933 - Mrs. Lucy Hawn, who resides with her daughter, Mrs. Carrie Cottet, had the misfortune to slip and fall at the latter's home Monday, and dislocate her arm. Hawn, Carrie (I4039)
 
136 1933 - At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the Cleveland Water Department, Eugene Dawley was named superintendent; Charles E. Foster, president; Attorney James Gallagher, secretary and Charles J. Frank, treasurer and collector. Other members of the commission are Ulrich J. Klix and James H. Wesley. Dawley, Eugene (I2111)
 
137 1933 - At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the Cleveland Water Department, Eugene Dawley was named superintendent; Charles E. Foster, president; Attorney James Gallagher, secretary and Charles J. Frank, treasurer and collector. Other members of the commission are Ulrich J. Klix and James H. Wesley. Gallagher, James L. (I68)
 
138 1933 - At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the Cleveland Water Department, Eugene Dawley was named superintendent; Charles E. Foster, president; Attorney James Gallagher, secretary and Charles J. Frank, treasurer and collector. Other members of the commission are Ulrich J. Klix and James H. Wesley. Frank, Charles J. (I4205)
 
139 1933 - Club secretary and treasurer Gallagher, William M. (I71)
 
140 1933 - Dr. Eugenie Morenus has closed her summer home and returned to Virginia to resume her duties as teacher of mathematics at Sweet Briar College. Morenus, Eugenie Maria (I1464)
 
141 1933 - Extensive alterations and improvements are being made to the Globe Hotel which is owned and operated by Alvin Cottet. Cottet, Alvin (I2048)
 
142 1933 - Lawrence McCluskey was in Syracuse last week to see his mother, who is very feebie. Mrs. Cluskey is nearly 92 years of age. McCluskey, Lawrence Jr. (I1628)
 
143 1933 - Lawrence McCluskey was in Syracuse last week to see his mother, who is very feebie. Mrs. Cluskey is nearly 92 years of age. Sickles, Mary Ann (I1627)
 
144 1933 - Miss Iona Laraway of this village has secured a position as teacher at the Seventh Day Adventist school of Vienna. Laraway, Iona Ema (I2439)
 
145 1933 - Miss LaVerne P. Coe, a teacher in the local school, was detained at her home in Central Square several days the past week by the death of her grandmother, Mrs. Julia Fredericks. Mrs. Lillian Doug was supply teacher during her absence. Coe, Laverna (I3851)
 
146 1933 - Miss Mabel L. Bernhard is home from her teaching duties at Jamaica, L.I., for the summer vacation. Bernhard, Mabel Louise (I2183)
 
147 1933 - Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kowanas have named their infant son, who was born on St. Valentine's day, William Morris. Kowanes, Arnold (I3861)
 
148 1933 - Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kowanas have named their infant son, who was born on St. Valentine's day, William Morris. Kowanes, William Morris (I4244)
 
149 1933 - Mr. and Mrs. Codner are residing at the home of the bridegroom where they are receiving congratulations of their many friends. Griswold, Esther Cynthia (I4250)
 
150 1933 - Mr. and Mrs. Codner are residing at the home of the bridegroom where they are receiving congratulations of their many friends. Codner, Ray (I1925)
 

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