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1001 Cyrus Marble, Samuel Ward, and Franklin Stevens have resided in Cleveland since 1834. Stevens, Franklin (I308)
 
1002 Cyrus Marble, Samuel Ward, and Franklin Stevens have resided in Cleveland since 1834. Ward, Samuel (I427)
 
1003 Cyrus Marble: On Monday last at 12 o'clock noon another of our oldest residents, Cyrus Marble, passed away from the scenes of this life, at the age of 73 years.

As stated in the last issue of the Press, he was prostrated with an attack of paralysis on Tuesday of last week and his feeble condition gave no hope of recovery.

He was born May 7, 1808, in the town of Sherburne, Chenango Co., of this state. As a young man he was steady, industrious and faithful, and at an early age, on Sept. 25th, 1831, was married to Miss Corpsy, the amiable companion who survives him. Soon after, they took charge of a hotel called the Gilbert place, about five miles this side of Rome, where they remained about a year.

They came to Cleveland 47 years ago and rebuilt what was known as the Marble House, which he occupied for over 40 years; and under his management, ably assisted by his wife, it was known far and wide as one of the best country hotels in the State.

He held several positions of public trust, among them town assessor, overseer of poor, and treasurer of the plank road company, all of which he filled with rare ability and honor.

A family of seven children were born to him, six of whom are yet living; Cyrus C., residing here; David, in Detroit; Frank in Vienna; Ed, in Pennsylvania; Henry and Mrs. W.D. Palmer, in Chicago.

He will long be remembered as a genial, upright, citizen; a man of conscience, liberality and worth - who live a clean, useful life, and has gone to his reward.

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon, at the Methodist Church, and largely attended, friend Samuel Dickenson officiating. 
Marble, Cyrus (I253)
 
1004 Dan O'dell has taken possession of the Landgraff farm. Odell, Daniel W. (I2644)
 
1005 Dan Tallman and Etta Tracy were married in this place Monday, and started off in the 7 o'clock train that night. Thursday night they returned. The 'Calathumpians' are making extensive preparations. Family F306
 
1006 Dan Tracy has been appointed assistant about the Globe Hotel, to give Dell a rest. Tracy, Daniel (I932)
 
1007 Dan Tracy has retired from his occupation at Foster's market; there was a falling out of some sort. Tracy, Daniel (I932)
 
1008 Dan'l Tracey has engaged to do farm work for H. Godfrey the coming season. Tracy, Daniel (I932)
 
1009 Dan'l Tracey is officiating as hostler at the Globe Hotel. Tracy, Daniel (I932)
 
1010 Dan'l Tracy has been bounced from the position of hostler at the Globe Hotel. Tracy, Daniel (I932)
 
1011 Daniel was a farmer and contracter, and with Sidras Ward built the first glass factory in the county in 1841 on the present site of the Crawford Getman glass factory Pettibone, Daniel (I348)
 
1012 Daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Binger. Charles was a glass factory employee. Binger, Hattie L. (I2198)
 
1013 Daughter of Jeremiah Hamilton Robbins and his wife Anna C Little  Robbins, Anna E. (I2792)
 
1014 Deans was instrumental with others in forming H.L. Farmer Post, G.A.R. about 1880. Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
 
1015 Death furnishes us sad contemplation even where the deceased has passed the allotted years of man sinks through gradual decay in to the eternity of the hereafter; but where the grim monster, like a summer frost fastening upon a blossoming flower, snatches away a friend in early youth, we feel a melancholy influence creeping over us inquiring in our earthly wisdom why God should have it so.

After scarcely twenty-five years of this world, Henry J. Robus has been summoned to enter upon the next. He was employed by G.D. Wells, near Williamstown. Saturday evening he retired about half-past 8, in his usual health, only somewhat tired from a long day's work. He did not rise as customary early in the morning, after calling him once, Mrs. Wells went to his room, and on opening the door found him lying upon his face on the floor. She gave the alarm to her husband and he immediately summoned a physician, who pronounced life extinct. The probability is that, feeling the symptoms of his old complaint of heart disease, he undertook to leave his bed for the purpose of walking off its effects, as he has on other occasions, when he lost all consciousness, as is generally the case, fell forward on his face, and died while in that condition, as there was no evidence whatever of a struggle.

In the general bustle of the world deceased will not be missed, but in the circle of family and acquaintances, where the sweetest ties are knit; where the noble qualities of the heart are soonest discovered and longest felt; where a loving generous nature found its own pleasure reflected in the happiness of other, there is a deep, dismal inexpressible vacancy, that only a firm faith in man's immortality can render endurable.

His funeral was largely attended Wednesday from the house and subsequently at St. James Church, Rev. Wm. Long conducting the service.  
Robus, Henry J. (I392)
 
1016 Death has again entered this village and taken James Dwyer after an illness of less than two days. He was taken ill Sunday night with bowel trouble. Medical aid was quickly called but to no avail and his brother, Dr. Dwyer of Syracuse, was telegraphed for, but he died before he arrived. Dwyer, James J. (I817)
 
1017 Deborah was a dental hygienist for over 40 years in the orthodontic field. Buck, Deborah S. (I3461)
 
1018 Del's father was born in France and his mother in New York or France based on the census referenced. Cottet, Adelbert (I134)
 
1019 Dellomorte?s Country Manor was the site Saturday, January 20, of the first organizational meeting of the new Dellomorte?s Snowmobile Club. Election of officers were held and the following were elected: President, Angelo Dellomorte; Vice-President, Robert Smith; Secretary, Mrs. Laura Russett; and Treasurer, Mrs. Janet Tyler. A meeting was held on Saturday, January 27 at which time a Constitution and By-Laws were formed. Dellomorte, Angelo H. (I2560)
 
1020 Departed Le Havre, France (NY Passenger List 1820-1957)
Arrival May 5 , 1849. New York, New York. (NY Passenger List) 
Best, Margaret (I1189)
 
1021 Died at Canastota Hospital. Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
 
1022 Died at childbirth. Phail, Peter (I3057)
 
1023 Died at eleven years old. Sturdevant, Jessie (I3067)
 
1024 Died at home after a long illness. Desjardins, Wilfred David (I4061)
 
1025 Died at home after an illness extending over several years. Schuler, Barbara (I123)
 
1026 Died at home on Center Street, where she lived with her brother Harmon C. Landgraff. Landgraff, Katherine V. (I95)
 
1027 Died at home. Senecal, Louisa Esther (I1450)
 
1028 Died at home. Will, David N. (I2066)
 
1029 Died at home. Andris, Laure Octavie (I2543)
 
1030 Died at the home of her daughter in Erie ... She had moved from Cleveland to Erie just the year before. Wood, Minnie L. (I2661)
 
1031 Died at the home of her niece, Mrs. Cheri Hylton, Bernhards Bay, NY after a long illness. Dunn, Gail G. (I2144)
 
1032 Died at the home of his daughter, Ellen. Foster, William H. (I41)
 
1033 Died at the home of his son, Thomas D. Deans. Deans, John (I353)
 
1034 Died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.P. Dock in Cleveland. Blye, Jennie Frances (I2127)
 
1035 Died in Utica, Oneida CO, NY at the New York Central Railroad Station- after walking out of the Faxton Hospital. He was being treated for Koch's Lymph. Ladue, Henry (I871)
 
1036 Died very young. Matthews, Friendly Armenia (I3146)
 
1037 Died: At Constantia, June 17th, 1883, little Charley, son of Libbie and J.E. Marsh, aged 8 months and 20 days. Marsh, Charley (I2671)
 
1038 Discharged July 1865 under General Orders to muster out troops. Marble, Edward A. (I255)
 
1039 Discharged with his company in September 1865. Terpenny, Frank G. (I347)
 
1040 Dissolution of Partnership: Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Smith & Whaley has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will hereafter be carried on in the name of Garrit Smith of said firm, who assumes all liabilities of said firm, and to whom all debts due are to be paid. --- Gerrit Smith, S.H. Whaley, June 7, 1883 Smith, Garrett (I2820)
 
1041 Dissolution of Partnership: Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Smith & Whaley has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will hereafter be carried on in the name of Garrit Smith of said firm, who assumes all liabilities of said firm, and to whom all debts due are to be paid. --- Gerrit Smith, S.H. Whaley, June 7, 1883 Whaley, Seymour H. (I2920)
 
1042 Doc Whyborn jerked out 19 of butcher Travis's teeth, Wednesday; and now Ham will gum his victuals for awhile. Whyborn, Dr. David T. (I327)
 
1043 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I433)
 
1044 Dorothy J. Jeffrey, 80, of Bridge Street,Cleveland,died Thursday at her daughter's home in Mattydale.  Kessler, Dorothy J. (I2571)
 
1045 Dr. Herle has moved to Cleveland. Herle, Dr. Francik E. (I511)
 
1046 Dramatics, Rambler Staff Lane, Leona Belle (I3727)
 
1047 Dramatics, Rambler Staff Watson, Margaret Elizabeth (I3729)
 
1048 During 1864, Feeler was with his company, which was stationed first in South Carolina, then in Virginia. From December 1864 to January 1865 he was absent, on detached duty with an ambulance corps. He rejoined his unit the following March, at which time his company was encamped at Chapin Farm in Virginia. By April, Company I had joined the Army of the Potomac near Petersburg, where (according to War Department records) 'it shared in the most memorable campaign which resulted in the fall of Richmond and the surrender of General Lee'

Feeler became ill in June 1865, and, from then through September, his status was given as 'sick at New Orleans, La.' The 29th had been sent to Texas, and Feeler perhaps became ill on the trip south and never reached Texas. He was discharged from the army on October 23, 1865. 
Feeler, Robert H. (I1701)
 
1049 During a severe thunder storm last Saturday night about 10 o'clock D.D. Terpenny's barn, near the glass factory, was struck by lightning and burned, together with farm implements, wagons, carriages, tools, etc. A valuable 2-year old colt was struck by the lightning and killed, and another slightly injured. The damages is over $700; no insurances. Terpenny, David Duane (I345)
 
1050 During a severe thunder storm Monday, at Syracuse, Joseph Young who only a short time ago moved with his family from this place, was severely injured, and died in the hospital Thursday morning. Young was a glass blower, but it appears he had got a job until the factories resumed operations, working at salt block No. 38, located by the canal. When the wind was blowing its hardest, a portion of the wooden ___ was demolished and thrown back. Joe was struck by a heavy ___ which was hurled by the force of the wind from the shock. The blow was received by ___ upon the head and inflicted the wound which proved fatal. The skull was fractured. He leaves a large family, mostly small children, quite destitute. Young, Joseph (I2969)
 

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