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1201 In 1821 Mr. Martin built a frame house, and during the winter of 1822-23 taught the first school in the eastern part of the town in an old log dwelling on the Vanderkemp farm. Martin, Rev. Christopher (I149)
 
1202 In 1824, Horace Hitchcock also came into the locality. Hitchcock, Horace (I2514)
 
1203 In 1842, James Carroll, father of Nehemiah, became a resident of Cleveland, where he engaged in the meat business. Carroll, James Jr. (I694)
 
1204 In 1847, after the last of the children were born, the family bought a 100 acre farm in the Town of Vienna, still on the north shore of Oneida Lake. The only Catholic Church in the area at this time was in North Bay, but this was actually closer to their home than Cleveland, where St. Mary's was built later. Lichteissen, Caroline (I17)
 
1205 In 1850 he married Almira Fosdick of Oneida county, and they had five children, all of whom died while young. Family F836
 
1206 In 1850 he married Mary Landsborough, of Scotch parentage, by whom he had seven children: Mrs. Jane Marsden of Bernhard's Bay; Mrs. Anna Dodds of Kane, Pa.; Rhoda, Emma, Silas James of
Kane, Pa ; and Mrs. Mary Biddle of Kane, Pa. 
Family F839
 
1207 In 1858, he was elected special surrogate of Oswego county, and removing to Central Square he became one of the county excise commissioners, an office he held for some time.  Randall, Joshua B. (I2869)
 
1208 In 1859, [Dillon] settled in Cleveland and for four years was pastor of the Presbyterian church. Williams, Rev. Dillon (I293)
 
1209 In 1860 [Giles] located in Cleveland and with his brother, John, purchased the old chair factory of Hitchcock & Son. Lane, Giles Willlard (I733)
 
1210 In 1869 he engaged with the Syracuse Glass Co. and removed to that City which became his home for the next 30 years. Landgraff, Charles (I85)
 
1211 In 1870 he opened a coal yard, which he has since continued, and later adding agricultural implements, etc. Stevens, William Jay (I2878)
 
1212 In 1871, he succeeded William E. Hazen as postmaster and held the office until his death in November, 1879, when he was succeeded by his daughter, Rebecca T. Williams, Rev. Dillon (I293)
 
1213 In 1878, [James] purchased the Globe Hotel property, which he has since conducted. In connection with his hotel, he conducts a livery stable and keeps boats for his summer guests. Beebe, James H. (I763)
 
1214 In 1881, Laura moved to Oneida with her family, but returned shortly after to live with her father. Reference the separation entry with Nick Bradshaw. Andrus, Laura A. (I990)
 
1215 In 1882 Crawford Getman purchased Union Glass Works, which he conducted profitably in tandem with the Glass Works company under Caswell and Company. Getman, Crawford (I1110)
 
1216 In 1889, Crawford Getman sold both glass companies to United Glass Company. Getman, Crawford (I1110)
 
1217 In 1889, Crawford Getman sold both glass companies to United Glass Company. Getman, Crawford (I1110)
 
1218 In 1893 he came to Constantia village and purchased the grist mill of J. Carter & Sons, which he now conducts. Carroll, Nehemiah A. (I2243)
 
1219 In 1901, Lorenzo and Katherine sold a parcel of their land in Vienna to Charles W. Knight. This would become a part of the Knight estate. Bitz, Lorenzo F. (I1575)
 
1220 In 1913, an section of their Vienna property was sold to Tillie E. Collier. Bitz, Lorenzo F. (I1575)
 
1221 In 1933, Arthur, then 16 years old landed a six and three quarter pound brown trout, big enough to make the local paper. Morenus, Arthur Watson (I1456)
 
1222 In 1933, on a visit to Washington to confer with Turkish authorities and after having spent the night as a guest of the Bristols, Jennings was stricken while walking near the White House and died on the way to the hospital. His weak heart had finally stopped working." Jennings, Asa Kent (I1407)
 
1223 In 1935, Clarabell survives with an adopted daughter, Mrs. Thomas Sweet, Canastota; and a stepson, William H. Somers, Rome. Houck, Clarabell (I1187)
 
1224 In addition to being listed as a graduating student, Florence performed a piano solo: Chopin's Grand Valse Brilliante. Mulholland, Florence A. (I1567)
 
1225 In addition to farming, Daniel "acquired possession of considerable real estate". Pettibone, Daniel (I348)
 
1226 In addition to William, John and Elizabeth have 14 other children: 13 older and 1 younger. Family F22
 
1227 In another column will be found an announcement of the opening of a new furniture and undertaking business in this place. Gerrit Audas is the manager; and his ability to conduct a business of this kind in all its details, is without question. Audas, Garritt (I516)
 
1228 In approximately 1904, at her father?s urging, Rosamond moved to Boston to study the harp, returning briefly in 1912 when her mother became ill and passed away.  Gifford, Rosamond (I2687)
 
1229 In February, 1826, [Christopher Martin] with his wife and one child, - Otis, - removed to the State of New York and settled on a location now comprised in the village of Cleveland, then mostly a wilderness, and commenced in the woods to clear him a farm. Here they enjoyed the comforts as well as some of the privations of new-settlement life. Here the deer rambled within sight of his door; and here, also, close at hand, was the beautiful Lake Oneida, from which plenty of fish could be obtained, including some of the best varieties, as salmon, bass, pike, etc. They considered those who lived within four or five miles their immediate neighbors. Martin, Rev. Christopher (I149)
 
1230 In February, 1826, [Christopher Martin] with his wife and one child, - Otis, - removed to the State of New York and settled on a location now comprised in the village of Cleveland, then mostly a wilderness, and commenced in the woods to clear him a farm. Here they enjoyed the comforts as well as some of the privations of new-settlement life. Here the deer rambled within sight of his door; and here, also, close at hand, was the beautiful Lake Oneida, from which plenty of fish could be obtained, including some of the best varieties, as salmon, bass, pike, etc. They considered those who lived within four or five miles their immediate neighbors. Johnson, Martha (I150)
 
1231 In February, 1826, [Christopher Martin] with his wife and one child, - Otis, - removed to the State of New York and settled on a location now comprised in the village of Cleveland, then mostly a wilderness, and commenced in the woods to clear him a farm. Here they enjoyed the comforts as well as some of the privations of new-settlement life. Here the deer rambled within sight of his door; and here, also, close at hand, was the beautiful Lake Oneida, from which plenty of fish could be obtained, including some of the best varieties, as salmon, bass, pike, etc. They considered those who lived within four or five miles their immediate neighbors. Martin, Otis C. (I151)
 
1232 In July 1906 Published a set of novels on the North Shore of Oneida Lake entitled "Deacon Babbit"  Blankman, Edgar G. (I2199)
 
1233 In May, 1883, Mr. Audas purchased the undertaking business of W.R. Thompson in Oneida where he has since resided. For a time he was the only undertaker in town and by virtue of his long establishment he is well known in this vicinity. Audas, Garritt (I516)
 
1234 In the absence of Miss Keogh last Sunday evening at the Vesper service at St. Mary's Church, Miss Fanny Yates officiated at the organ, and Miss Katie Welch rendered the leading contralto portion in a manner creditable to herself and satisfactory to all. Yates, Francis C. (I419)
 
1235 In the fall of 1901, [John Deans] had a serious illness from which he never fully recovered. He had been failing fast in the past few weeks and loving hands cared for him until death released him. Deans, John (I353)
 
1236 In the fall they left Hudson and settled in Coxsackie, where they took charge of another school for some thirty years, and where he renewed his Theological studies with the Rev. G.R. Livingston. His health failing, he retired for one or two years and employed his time in going through a thorough course in Greek, Exegsis, Theological and Sacred History, while at the same time he prepared and wrote a short system of doctrines and Church Government, for a testbook, about 200 pages; and while at Auburn Theological Seminary, a volume of notes on Didactic Theology and Church Government, also a course of Lectures on Sacred History.

Soon after closing these studies, a question was agiated, whether he held to the fundamental doctrines of the Presbyterian Church. It was well known that he had rejected three cardinal points in the Calvinistic creed ... To avoid being drawn into the labyrinth of another religious controversy, he withdrew his connection with the Presbytery ...  
Taintor, Rev. John L. (I1480)
 
1237 In the late afternoon, [Jean Marie] was struck and killed by a panel truck while crossing Route 49, just outside of the Village of Cleveland in front of the house formerly owned by Rosamond Gifford. The property at that time was owned by Charles Schmidt, Jean Marie's grandfather, a doctor, who was at his summer camp close by, attended to the child at the scene. Stevenson, Jean Marie (I1845)
 
1238 In the mid-1860's [Caroline & Martin] had the misfortune to have three of their young sons pass away. They were each buried in St. John=s Cemetery in North Bay, more likely death as the result of some disease as yet unknown App, Aloysius (I1633)
 
1239 In the mid-1860's [Caroline & Martin] had the misfortune to have three of their young sons pass away. They were each buried in St. John=s Cemetery in North Bay, more likely death as the result of some disease as yet unknown App, Martin Jr. (I1632)
 
1240 In the mid-1860's [Caroline & Martin] had the misfortune to have three of their young sons pass away. They were each buried in St. John=s Cemetery in North Bay, more likely death as the result of some disease as yet unknown. App, Anthony (I1631)
 
1241 In the year 1834 Peter bought a lot of wild land, 68 acres on the Reed Track, of Roswell Reed, of Coxsackie, and moved immediately with his small family into the woods, where he has remained up to the time of his death. Feeler, Peter P. (I1650)
 
1242 Ingraham - On Saturday evening, February 12, at Maple Flats, Ida May, youngest daughter of Isaac and Carrie Ingraham, aged 11 months and 18 days, from congestion of the lungs. Ingraham, Ida May (I1241)
 
1243 Injured during his time of service. Lane, Thomas (I791)
 
1244 Injuries suffered in a farm accident on September 29th. Cottet, Raymond James (I1689)
 
1245 Injuries to both legs. Cook, John (I1590)
 
1246 Irvine Duncan expects to start for Camden next week to open in the jewelry business; and while we greatly regret the loss of so able and enterprising a business man and citizen. Camden is to be congratulated on this acquisition to her interests. Duncan, Irvine (I52)
 
1247 irvine Duncan has made arrangements to move, the 1st of the month, to Camden, where he will engage in the jewelry business. Duncan, Irvine (I52)
 
1248 Irvine Duncan has made arrangements to move, the 1st of the month, to Camden, where he will engage in this jewelry business. Duncan, Irvine (I52)
 
1249 Irvine Duncan, of Camden, formerly of this place, has brought the confectionery, news and tobacco store of E. Edie, and is now carrying on the business ha has purchased in connection with his jewelry store. Duncan, Irvine (I52)
 
1250 Isaac T Nickerson, 84, of Lee Center passed away at the home of his son, W.P. Nickerson, Sunday night, about 6 o'clock. He had been in failing health for a long time and was nearly blind, but was around as usual until Sunday, when his condition became serious and he died that evening. Nickerson, Isaac T. (I1551)
 

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