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1201 Harry A. Morse has been appointed township historian by Supervisor DeEarl Goodrich, to succeed the late James Gallagher. Morse, Harold A. Sr. (I144)
 
1202 Harry died at home. Morse, Harold Alanson (I142)
 
1203 Harry joined the New York State Conservation Department on June 16, 1925 and retired on December 1, 1958. He served 35 years as a boat engineer and a special game warden in the Oneida Lake area. He was known throughout the state as a conservationist. Best, Harry Eugene (I2189)
 
1204 Harry was a surviving POW. Landers, Harry (I1598)
 
1205 Have you seen Ed Earll's patent match lighter, at the factory store? A great curiosity; and he can show you a number of other wonderful things. Earll, J. Edward (I853)
 
1206 He came to visit his grandchildren and son-in-law and died. By this time he was a widower. Wright, Thomas (I1388)
 
1207 He had served as the traveling pastor at Methodist churches in the small farm hamlets of Barneveld, Cleveland, Trenton, Forestport, Panama and Chateauguay. Jennings, Asa Kent (I1407)
 
1208 He has been a mason 42 years and has held all chairs except that of secretary in Cleveland Lodge 613, F. & A. M. Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
 
1209 He is very popular in politics, has served as justice of the peace twelve years, and is elected to serve another term of four years. He has served as deputy, and in many of the
village official capacities. In the spring he was appointed postmaster of the Cleveland post-office. 
Morse, Albert C. Jr. (I312)
 
1210 He retired as a boiler mechanic after 12 years working for the federal government at Hancock Air Base. Desjardins, Wilfred David (I4061)
 
1211 He saw service in several engagements and was in the front line at the battle which culminated in General Lee's surrender at Appomattox. From the tree under which the Confederate leader surrendered, he carved a chunk which he later shaped into the form of a Bible watch charm, gold mounted with the letters G. A. R. on one side and the Masonic emblem on the other. This is still in his possession. Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
 
1212 He was a life-long Democrat and served as supervisor, town clerk, justice of the peace, postmaster, and trustee of the village, and was one of the first members and at one time president of the Board of Education. Harding, George (I450)
 
1213 He was a merchant in Cleveland, Oswego county, N.Y. during the war.  Stevens, Franklin (I308)
 
1214 He was a prominent man in this section, was one of the first five who organized the first abolition party in this town. Pettibone, Daniel (I348)
 
1215 He was a well-known and active politician, having filled most of the important offices of the town. He was at one time candidate for Assembly. Morse, Albert (I1321)
 
1216 He was also active and a big supporter of Two Guys Girls softball. Taskey, Jack S. (I3314)
 
1217 He was born in the town of Vienna on Peck Street, near Elpis, January 7, 1847; the eldest child of the late Abram and Rebecca Piersall. Piersall, Ransom D. (I672)
 
1218 Headstone inscription "Natives of County Down Ireland" McFerren, Ellen (I1967)
 
1219 Helena was a 26 year member of Bethel Comuunity Fellowship and had served her church family as a memeber of the board of trustees, a children's church worker and their most faithful prayer warrior. Manley, Helena A. (I2681)
 
1220 Henry assisted and contributed towards the publication of the history of Oswego County, written by Crisfield Johnson, which was in chronological order from 1615 to 1877. Griesmeyer, Henry Sr. (I122)
 
1221 Henry Bennett died Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock, after an illness of about three weeks, from inflammation of the prostate gland and bladder; aged 68 years. He was an old resident, having lived in these parts over 25 years, and his familiar presence will be much missed. Bennett, Henry (I1508)
 
1222 Henry Feeler, an old colored resident living north of this village, died on Monday. Feeler, Henry (I1836)
 
1223 Henry Grismyer and Joe Bonneau started Monday for Mobile. Griesmeyer, Henry Sr. (I122)
 
1224 Henry Grismyer and Joe Bonneau started Monday for Mobile. Bonneau, Joseph (I1013)
 
1225 Henry Grismyer, Johnny Kime, Goeche and Joe Bonneau have secured work at Ithaca. Griesmeyer, Henry Sr. (I122)
 
1226 Henry Grismyer, Johnny Kime, Goeche and Joe Bonneau have secured work at Ithaca. Kime, John Philip (I646)
 
1227 Henry Grismyer, Johnny Kime, Goeche and Joe Bonneau have secured work at Ithaca. Gochie, David (I1219)
 
1228 Henry Grismyer, Johnny Kime, Goeche and Joe Bonneau have secured work at Ithaca. Bonneau, Joseph (I1013)
 
1229 Henry Grismyer, Jr., has returned from Ithaca, and is suffering from a felon. He now sports a conspicuous mustache. Griesmeyer, Henry Jr. (I19)
 
1230 Henry Hamilton is very successfully managing the Union glass works furnace. Hamilton, Henry (I831)
 
1231 Henry is listed as being a member of Company K of the 110 Regiment, New York. Griesmeyer, Henry Sr. (I122)
 
1232 Henry Marsden served in the Union Army during the Civil War. According to family records, he returned home, left his equipment and immediately started out for the west. As far as can be ascertained, he dropped all contact with his brothers and sisters and returned home to visit them.

Kenneth Marsden noes in his book, the Henry Marsden enlisted on January 4, 1864 at Mexico, N.Y., later discharged in Washington on September 26, 1865, is not of the Marsden line associated with this family. 
Marsden, Henry (I3015)
 
1233 Henry Orismeyer was next called upon. The charge was assault and battery, it was alleged that (Gris.) had laid hands on his wife in "a violent, rude; and threatening mannor," and she had him arrested accordingly. "Well, Henry," said his Honor, "what do you say as to this? Are you guilty, or not guilty?" Gris. couldn't tell a lie, so he said he supposed he was guilty. His Honor made the fine quite light, only $8, but Gris., declared he wouldn't pay it ?no never! even if it was only 5 cents; he would go to jail first. So the Justice had to make out a commitment to tho county jail for 20 days, and Henry departed for Oswego in company with Drum the following
morning. 
Family F37
 
1234 Her aunt is named Louisa and more than half the time her named is spelled Louisa, but on several occasions her named gets spelled with an e at the end. Best, Louisa (I1405)
 
1235 Here We Are Again! The undersigned would inform his friends and the public generally that he has re-opened a Meat Market in the Audas building, on Division Street, with an entire new and fresh stock of choice meats, as well as sausage, bologna; oysters, fish, fowls, etc., which can be had at the very lowest prices. --- W.P. Fosdick Fosdick, Whitman P. (I438)
 
1236 His first name may be Roney or this may be his wife's (Nancy) maiden name. Redick, Unknown (I526)
 
1237 His first name may be Roney or this may be his wife's (Nancy) maiden name. Redick, Nancy (I527)
 
1238 His grandfather, Anthony Landgraff, associated with three sons, one of whom was Francis Landgraff, built and operated the first window glass factory in Cleveland, this was also the first on the north shore of Oneida Lake. Born of a family of glassworkers, he early learned the business, taking up the line of a cutter; tiring of this, he took up the study of law, for a time pursuing his studies while working in the factory. Landgraff, Harmon C. (I96)
 
1239 His obituary in the Rome Citizen Friday March 1, 1901 reads in part " a devoted Christian, always interested in his church and its welfare. Mulholland, John (I1635)
 
1240 His will, dated Jan. 26, 1866, was probated Sept. 30, 1867, and son Alvin E. Abbott, is named as exr. After providing for his wid. Cynthia, the personal and real estate was given to son Julius, except such as had been given the widow, etc. Abbott, Leonard (I1414)
 
1241 Historians believe Ned Sherman lies in an unmarked grave in the village cemetery. He's not in Cleveland's small private cemetery at the edge of town where two black Civil War veterans - Edward Wilson of the Massachusetts Colored Volunteers and Henry Feeler, a private in the Connecticut volunteers - were buried.

Lawrence Cottet stated that he had a very large funeral procession and was greatly respected in the community. 
Sherman, Edward (I464)
 
1242 Homer Miller, of Bernhard's Bay, and Miss Ella, daughter of D. Odell, were married Thursday eve., at the home of the bride, by Rev. Chas. Hallock, of the Bay. The Press extends congratulations. Family F789
 
1243 Horatio Seymour Potter, late assistant station agent, has gone to work in the box shop of the Cleveland Glass Works. Potter, Horatio Seymour (I502)
 
1244 Hugh H. Martin, 59, of Cleveland, passed away Wednesday 9/27/2017 with his family by his side. Hugh was an avid outdoorsman who thoroughly enjoyed fishing and hunting. He was a family man through and through and loved having fun ie; pranking and scaring his grandchildren. Hugh was a devoted SU Basketball fan constantly ?pretending? to be the coach. He cherished his pets Nikki, Lily, Maggie, Grace, and his horse Stitch. Hugh loved his wife Martha with an intense love. With everything he had been through in this past few years, it was this love that keep him going.

Hugh is predeceased by parents William and Jane Martin.

Surviving is his wife of 25 years Martha (Marfy); sons Bruce Jr. (Valerie) Gates and Shawn (Erin) Gates; daughters Erin (John) Ulrich and Rachael Chavez; sister Sarah Martin; brother Chris (Shay Manely) Martin; grandchildren, Summer (Keith) Jackson, Gage Grogan, Noah, Ashton, Madalyn Gates, Cyndi Vogel, Ethan and Emma Ulrich, Jesse and Julia Gates; one great-grandchild,due March 2018,(Baby Jackson); in-laws Emilie Kadish, Richard (Donna) Kostoroski, Patricia (Robert Coleman) Key, Mary Koliada, Thomas (Carolyn) Kostoroski, Susan (Barry Musa) Dicriscio, Robert Kostoroski, David (Nancy) Kostoroski, and several nieces and nephews.

The family wishes to thank Dr. Maureen Ross and Dr. Joseph Navone; friends Bill Mammone and Mary Anne Turner; George and Mary Walker. with out all of you we could not have made this journey.

?He talks not but there lies conversation in his eyes.?

Services will be at Divine Mercy Parish, Central Square on Wednesday October 4, 2017 at 10 Am. 
Martin, Hugh H. (I2880)
 
1245 Hugh lived on a farm located between Bernhards Bay and Cleveland. Smith, Hugh (I2818)
 
1246 Hughes taught algebra, geometry and trigonometry for three years and coached basketball. Hughes, William J. (I3788)
 
1247 Husband of Hattie May Ackerman Ackerman, Elihu (I1962)
 
1248 I ?googled? Toledo State Hospital. There is a movement underway called the Cemetery Reclamation Project set up to recover the markers and the positions of the markers that represent the people that were buried at the Hospital?s grave yards. As of the writing of the article I was reading on the website toledostatehospital.org there were 1,994 unclaimed women, children and men buried in graves marked only with a small stone with a number.

Someone claimed Margaret?s body and brought it back to Cleveland where she is buried.  
Mulholland, Margret (I1261)
 
1249 I have been a resident of this [Cleveland] for the last four years. When I came to Cleveland I moved into a part of Frank G. Terpenny's house; he occupied the other part. I lived in his house until April 1, 1899. Cadd, Albert B. (I1947)
 
1250 I moved, together with my family, into the house or residence of Frank G. Terpenny October 20, 1897, and lived there until March 30, 1899. Cadd, Albert B. (I1947)
 

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