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1051 Died at home after a long illness. Desjardins, Wilfred David (I4061)
 
1052 Died at home after an illness extending over several years. Schuler, Barbara (I123)
 
1053 Died at home on Center Street, where she lived with her brother Harmon C. Landgraff. Landgraff, Katherine V. (I95)
 
1054 Died at home. Senecal, Louisa Esther (I1450)
 
1055 Died at home. Will, David N. (I2066)
 
1056 Died at home. Andris, Laure Octavie (I2543)
 
1057 Died at the home of her daughter in Erie ... She had moved from Cleveland to Erie just the year before. Wood, Minnie L. (I2661)
 
1058 Died at the home of her niece, Mrs. Cheri Hylton, Bernhards Bay, NY after a long illness. Dunn, Gail G. (I2144)
 
1059 Died at the home of his daughter, Ellen. Foster, William H. (I41)
 
1060 Died at the home of his son, Thomas D. Deans. Deans, John (I353)
 
1061 Died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.P. Dock in Cleveland. Blye, Jennie Frances (I2127)
 
1062 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)
 
1063 Died of consumption. Knight, Edith Chew (I198)
 
1064 Died very young. Matthews, Friendly Armenia (I3146)
 
1065 Died: At Constantia, June 17th, 1883, little Charley, son of Libbie and J.E. Marsh, aged 8 months and 20 days. Marsh, Charley (I2671)
 
1066 Discharged July 1865 under General Orders to muster out troops. Marble, Edward A. (I255)
 
1067 Discharged with his company in September 1865. Terpenny, Frank G. (I347)
 
1068 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)
 
1069 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)
 
1070 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)
 
1071 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I433)
 
1072 Dora O'Connor came to [Cleveland] vicinity when six years of age from Kings County, Ireland, where she was born in 1844. O'Connor, Doherty (I3588)
 
1073 Dorothy J. Jeffrey, 80, of Bridge Street,Cleveland,died Thursday at her daughter's home in Mattydale.  Kessler, Dorothy J. (I2571)
 
1074 Dr. Herle has moved to Cleveland. Herle, Dr. Francik E. (I511)
 
1075 Dramatics, Rambler Staff Lane, Leona Belle (I3727)
 
1076 Dramatics, Rambler Staff Watson, Margaret Elizabeth (I3729)
 
1077 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)
 
1078 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)
 
1079 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)
 
1080 During the war he was with the 33rd Infantry in the Panama Canal Zone.  Dupre, David Leonard (I2354)
 
1081 During this time period, William married Mary and on September 11th, 1837 headed out to Illinois "leaving his bride at her parents' home in Oswego". Foster, William H. (I41)
 
1082 Dyke-Stinger - By the rector of St. James Church, Cleveland, Nov. 23rd, at his residence, Miss Martha Stinger and Ralph Dyke, both of Cleveland. Family F873
 
1083 Dyr Landing, N.Y. Macnish, Rev. George Herbert (I2019)
 
1084 Early in 1918, while he was working for the YMCA in upstate New York ... [Jennings] took a job as a YMCA Army chaplain, and he traveled, without his family, to bases in Virginia and New Jersey where he ministered to soldiers departing for the war in Europe. Jennings, Asa Kent (I1407)
 
1085 Early in life, he became a member of the M.E. church at McConnellsville and transferred his membership to the Cleveland church after moving here. He was ever faithful and constant member and whenever there was work of any kind to do, Mr. Congden was ready to take more than his share of it to do. Congden, Joel B. (I1316)
 
1086 Ed Larrow, who had charge of the Union factory, has quit, and James Dunn has taken his place. Larrow, Edward (I1000)
 
1087 Ed Larrow, who had charge of the Union factory, has quit, and James Dunn has taken his place. Dunn, James (I2978)
 
1088 Ed. Hallagan has been promoted to conductor on the N.Y.O.W. Railway; he takes the place of the conductor who was responsible for the recent accident at Norwich. Hallagan, Edwin Dudley (I448)
 
1089 Ed. Hallagan is brakeman on the N.Y.O.W. railroad. Hallagan, Edwin Dudley (I448)
 
1090 Ed. Hoose has become an agent for Dewey, of Oneida, to sell musical instruments, and this week sold an organ to Arthur Watson. Hoose, Edward H. (I765)
 
1091 Ed. Hoose will work at the Cleveland glass works after this week. Hoose, Edward H. (I765)
 
1092 Ed. Sanders is officiating as clerk at Getman's Store. Sanders, Edwin P. (I1327)
 
1093 Edgar taught in one room schoolhouses and was a well known cartographer, making various maps of towns and counties in Northern and Central New York. Blankman, Edgar G. (I2199)
 
1094 Edna began serving as Bernhards Bay Postmaster July 1st, 1942, after the retirement of Clayton Winn. Pease, Edna Mildred (I227)
 
1095 Edna worked part-time at the store during summer vacations in the early 1920s. She would go on to be a partner with her husband in the business through the years. Often supplementing store income with her personal income during lean years. Pease, Edna Mildred (I227)
 
1096 Edward Cripin was also intimately identified with the growth of the village and for several years was superintendent of the glass works. Crispin, Edward (I952)
 
1097 Edward Hoose departed this life Thursday afternoon, at the age of 66 years, 4 months and 8 days. He had been sick for several months, and the disease that finally closed his life was dropsy, the result of cirrhosis of the liver, accompanied with dilation of the heart. Deceased was one of the old inhabitants of the place. He was born in Coxsackie, Greene Co., of this State, April 18, 1814, and came here in the year 1849. He raised a large family, 10 children - 6 girls and 4 boys - 7 of whom survive him. He was always a hard working and useful man; and his familiar old features and quaint speech will be much missed from the daily scenes of life. The funeral services will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the house. Hoose, Edward (I752)
 
1098 Edward Hoose of Philadelphia, a former resident of this place, is spending some time in town, the guest of relatives and friends. Hoose, Edward H. (I765)
 
1099 Edward moved to Syracuse when the Standard Thermometer Company relocated from Cleveland to Syracuse. Batchelor, Arch (I4069)
 
1100 Elbert R. Argersinger left again Wednesday, it is supposed for Chicago: We understand that Eb. was offered a salary of $1,000 a year to stay, but thinks he can make a great deal more than that by engaging in the manufacture of and speculation in oleomargerine, the new kind of butter. Argersinger, Elbert R. (I858)
 

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