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1101 First glass-works company in Onondaga County. Landgraff, Anthony (I82)
1102 First son born to John and Ellen Alexander; in 1853 Ellen gave birth to another son who was also given the name Joseph.  Alexander, Joseph (I1971)
1103 Five weeks ago he suffered a stroke from which it was thought he was recovering. As he was able to sit up in a chair and appeared to be gaining. He had another stroke Sunday which proved fatal. Knight, Charles William (I194)
1104 Flannigan may not be her maiden name. Flannigan, Mary H. (I3603)
1105 Flarity - Wise: On Sunday evening, January 23rd at St. Mary's Catholic Church, by Rev. F.G. Maguire, John Flarity and Miss Emma Wise, both of Cleveland. Family F875
1106 Flavella Tasker was 5 years old Saturday, and in honor of the event a party of children assembled at her home during the afternoon and had an enjoyable time. Tasker, Flavella (I1339)
1107 Florence and Fiora are twins. Howe, Florence (I3167)
1108 Florence and Fiora are twins. Howe, Fiora (I3168)
1109 Florence entered a convent. Marsden, Florence Louise (I3115)
1110 Floyd died at the home of his daughter, Carol Rohrer Pillius, Newburgh, after a long illness. Schmidt, Floyd Vincent (I1382)
1111 For a time [Jeanette] also worked at the L F Bitz and Sons Store on Lake Street with her sisters Lottie and Rose. Schmidt, Lottie L. (I1511)
1112 For a time [Jeanette] also worked at the L F Bitz and Sons Store on Lake Street with her sisters Lottie and Rose. Schmidt, Rose C. (I1513)
1113 For reasons that are not fully known or understood (although possibly because Fred, the former husband, periodically appeared), Rosamond chose to live out the balance of her years in relative seclusion. She moved from the Thompson Road farm to her property in Jewell on Oneida Lake in 1929, surrounded by her horses and other animals. Over those years she was only in close contact with her lawyer George Alston Smith and her banker Howard F. Zinsmeister. Gifford, Rosamond (I2687)
1114 For Sale Or To Rent: House and lot now occupied by Henry Garber on North Street. Garber, Henry (I276)
1115 For the first three years Bee worked with me as my only office help. She answered the telephones, held children for suturing, held limbs while I put on plaster casts, and held babies while I performed circumcisions. Lucasen, Beatrice Gertrude (I2107)
1116 For those who knew the late Ester Morse Cottet, she was a kind and loving soul that will be missed by a great many. She was the village historian for forty years or more. She also oversaw the coming of the telephone to Cleveland. She was in charge of the local telephone system, which she says was comprised of one hundred telephones and a switchboard. She says she later trained operators to 'man' the system. Morse, Esther M. (I140)
1117 For years Mr. Deans was engaged in boat building, for which this place in its earlier history, was noted. Deans, John (I353)
1118 Former president of the U.S. Women's Club of Kingston, Jamaica. [Dorothy] organized the Martin Luther King Scholarship Fund for high school students in Jamaica to attend college in the United States. Kessler, Dorothy J. (I2571)
1119 Formerly the Perfection Candle Company, Como Candle Company was formed in 1934 by Laurence and Eugenia Morenus after Thomas Dewey decided to close the Perfection Candle Company. Laurence served as President in July 1934. Cottet, Laurence D. (I133)
1120 Frances Dunn Kaiser ... died at home early Tuesday morning, after an illness of several months. Dunn, Frances (I2024)
1121 Frances was an organist for St. Mary's Church for over 50 years. When the church was remodeled in 1930, she stepped aside to allow another organist to play on the new pipe organ. In an interview at the dedication ceremony, Francis noted:

"This is something special, and I could never learn to play the pipe organ for such an occasion as this." 
Busam, Frances A. (I70)
1122 Francis' mother and father were born in Ireland. McGuire, Francis (I1332)
1123 Frank began working at Merrell-Soule at the age of 18 as a clerk. By the age of 21 he was admitted to partnership. Soule, Frank Channing (I20)
1124 Frank Elliott App was found dead at the residence of Miss Katherine Garvey, the boarding home he was staying at, on Wednesday afternoon. Coroner James W. Graves indicated that the autopsy confirmed death due to heart disease.  App, Frank Elliott (I7)
1125 Frank G. Terpenny notes: I am a single man, but have been married. I was married to Elizabeth A. Cochrans in 1892, and she obtained a divorce from me June 4, 1902, on statutory grounds. I put in an answer, but did not appear at trial. It was agreed between our attorneys that she should have the divorce. The terms of the settlement were that I was to pay her attorney $100, and she take the decree without alimony or costs. Family F326
1126 Frank LaDue has gone to Syracuse to enter the business college. Ladue, Frank (I1476)
1127 Frank Landgraff is an unlucky lad. Within the past year or so, he has met with several accidents and fortunate escapes, and Thursday morning added another to the list. A train of flat cars were backing over the glass factory switch, and he was riding on one of the cars, leaning against a stake. In some way the stake fell out or broke off, and young Landgraff tumbled off into the gully between Tasker's shop and Drum's place, and was considerably injured. Landgraff, Francis (I110)
1128 Frank Palmer has returned from the west and will spend the summer here with his mother. Palmer, Frank (I397)
1129 Frank Palmer is assistant hostler at the Cleveland House. Palmer, Frank (I397)
1130 Frank served in Company B 310 Infantry until November 16th, 1917 at which time he was transferred to 157 Dep Brig. Aut Repl Draft until April 9th, 1918. During this time, he saw action overseas from March 14th, 1918 until March 25, 1918. He served the remainder of his time with Company E 17 Engineers until discharge.

He was promoted to Private 1st Class on October 1st, 1918 and to Corporal on November 1st, 1918.

He was honorably discharged on September 26th, 1919. 
Schmidt, Frank F. (I1377)
1131 Frank served on the local War Industries Board Committee in Syracuse during the war. He was "placed in charge of the food products section." Soule, Frank Channing (I20)
1132 Frank was an apprentice to John W. Hart at Penn Window Glass Company. Griesmeyer, Francis Anthony (I116)
1133 Fred J. Bristol saw a large black bear Sunday while walking in the woods on his property. Bristol, Frederick J. (I2212)
1134 Frederick Harold Stinger was 18 years old when he signed his WW1 draft registration card on which he stated his employer was Fred Soule. Stinger, Frederick Harold (I1674)
1135 Frederick resumed supervisor duties in place of Moses Dolby whom was elected and resigned. Miles, Frederick W. (I2693)
1136 Frederick Stinger, Jr. died on Wednesday, after a lingering illness of consumption. He was born Aug. 21st, 1858 at Williamstown of this county, and came to this village with his parents when an infant, and has ever since lived here. He was a kind-hearted young man, and had a very many friends, as was shown by the large assemblage that gathered at the M.E. Church yesterday to attend his funeral. In former years he was somewhat intemperate, but about a year ago he joined the order of Good Templars and since that time had been true to his pledge. He commenced the life of a christian in June, 1882, and in August joined the M.E. Church, and has lived a consistent christian until his death. He leaves a wife and three children, father mother and four sisters and a large circle of friends to mourn his lose. So dies the wave along the shore. Stinger, Fredrick Jr. (I937)
1137 From 1920 to at least 1935: in the summers she traveled extensively sailing once on the Queen Mary to London. Eugenie made several trips to England. She also went to Bombay, India. At times she comes home to Cleveland for a visit. Morenus, Eugenie Maria (I1464)
1138 From [New York City] they would have continued upriver on the Hudson River to the Erie Canal and made their way to Central New York. Caroline was listed as only 7 years old on the deparkation manifest, though she would have turned 8 the following day. They found themselves just outside of Syracuse, New York in a place called Manlius Station (now Minoa), which was heavily settled with others previously come from the same region in Alsace and Lorraine. So they felt at home among people of like language and customs. However, they did not tarry long as they once again went across the water, this time Oneida Lake, and settled in Oswego County where 4 more children were born. Lichteissen, Caroline (I17)
1139 Funeral ceremonies were private. Brockway, Louis R. (I1548)
1140 Funeral Mass 11:30 am, Monday, Oct. 31, 2016, St. John the Evangelist Church, Camden, NY. Interment St. Mary?s Cemetery, Cleveland, NY. Calling hours will be held 9-11 am Monday at the LaRobardiere Funeral Home, Inc., 109 Main St., Camden, NY. Cianca, Ernestine M. (I1887)
1141 Funeral of Miss Clara Morse - On Sunday morning last, relatives and friends of the deceased assembled at her father's residence in Cleveland, between nine and ten o'clock, preparatory to the funeral services and burial at Bernhards' Bay. The Sabbath morning quiet was favorable; a prayer was offered by Rev. D. Marvin, Jr., and then the procession started. A very large number of people, neighbors and friends of the family, were gathered together at the Hall, and the exercises were mainly as follows: The first hymn was given out and sung by the choir, prayer followed, and then the reading of suitable passages of Scripture from both Old and New testaments. Mr. Marvin preached the funeral sermon from the following text taken from the following text taken from the Second Epistle of Peter, 2d chapter, 11th verse: "For so an entrance shall be ministered unto you abundantly into the everlasting Kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ." The drift of the sermon was to show the provision that God has made for our happiness in the future. At the close of the sermon there was an allusion to the early life, and long illness, and religious profession of the deceased, and a regret, in which many sympathized, that an interesting life, which was surrounded by so many things, make it desirable and happy, should be taken away by death. Tears were shed by many who had long loved and respected Clara, and who where sad to part from her. Rev. Samuel Dickinson then made some very feeling remarks, after which the choir sang the hymn -- "Beyond the smiling and the weeping I shall be soon." After viewing the remains, a large procession formed in front of the Hall, and walked to the cemetery, where the burial was had, the closing religious services being performed by the two ministers named above. Morse, Clara E. (I1323)
1142 Funeral services for Thomas D. Deans, last member of H. L. Farmer Post, G. A. R.. were very largely attended from his late home Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. Herbert E. Eades, pastor of the M. E. Church officiating. The last rites were conducted with military honor, the flag covered casket being borne to the cemetery by a caisson and firing squad from Fort Ontario, Oswego, who were accompanied by Raymond Faulkner, Cook Post of the American Legion as an escort Services at the grave were conducted by the Rev. George H. MacNish, chaplain of the American Legion, the last bugle call was sounded, and a volley fired over the flower strewn grave of one whose memory will live long in the hearts of his friends. Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
1143 Funeral services held at Catagnus Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 1020 E. Philadelphia Avenue, Gilbertsville, PA. Schmidt, Louise C. (I1383)
1144 Funeral services took place at his daughter's, Mrs. I. Duncan, home in Syracuse. His remains where then transported via the Phoenix line to Oswego's Riverside Cemetery where they were met by "a committee of prominent citizens and old friends and associates of the late senator". Foster, William H. (I41)
1145 Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist Church in Cleveland. Rev. H. D. Holmes officiating. Burial was made in the Cleveland cemetery. Landgraff, Charles (I85)
1146 Funeral services were held on [October 31], Rev. Father Mertins officiating. Internment was made in St. Mary's Cemetery. Schmidt, Gasper Jr. (I1379)
1147 G. Audas has nearly completed the Stevens boarding house a little work remaining to be done to the third story. The building presents a fine appearance, and is pleasantly located. Audas, Garritt (I516)
1148 G. Audas has purchased Thomson's undertaking establishment at Oneida, and taken possession. He intends to personally superintend the business just purchased, and his son will carry on the one here. In Mr. Audas, Oneida has secured a courteous, capable and upright citizen, one who will give to all his patrons the utmost sanctification. Audas, Garritt (I516)
1149 G.W. Conklin is learning to flatten glass at the Union works. This however, does not prevent him continuing in the business of supplying musical instruments, sewing machines, etc. Conklin, Giles W. (I732)
1150 Garret Audas is fixing over and enlarging his furniture rooms. Audas, Garritt (I516)

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