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1751 S.H. Whaley started Monday morning for Iowa. Whaley, Seymour H. (I2920)
 
1752 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4076)
 
1753 Salutorian, Rambler Staff, Dramatics, Treasurer of Senior Class Beebe, Dorothy Marie (I3726)
 
1754 Sands Charles Barrett was born November 5, 1960, in Syracuse, New York and died shortly after his birth. He was the fourth child, and only son, of Sands Forman Barrett and Elva May Larkin Barrett. He was predeceased by two older infant sisters and survived by his sister Dawn Holly Barrett. He was the grandson of Charles Ezra and Eva L. Barrett, whom he is buried with, and Roy Kibbe and Cora May Larkin. (bio by: Dawn Barrett)  Barrett, Sands Charles (I2137)
 
1755 Sarah died at the home of her son, Levi Beebe, 745 Schuyler street, Utica, died, advanced in years. She had been confined to her bed about six weeks. Turner, Sarah (I4164)
 
1756 Schoolmaster Bly has been engaged to teach the Central Square school the fall term. Bly, Tracy D. (I1297)
 
1757 Schoolmaster Bly left town this morning for a two week's vacation. Bly, Tracy D. (I1297)
 
1758 Secretary of Senior Class, Editor-in-Chief of the Rambler, Dramatics Gilbert, Ruth Gladys (I2966)
 
1759 Section 20, Lot 51 Kimball, Eugene (I1079)
 
1760 Section 20, Lot 51 S 1/2 Holden, Myrtle Mariah (I4103)
 
1761 Section 51, Lot 17 Eaton, Deborah (I2360)
 
1762 Section C-629 Kimball, Lizzie Mae (I1076)
 
1763 Selina's death certificate gives her father's name: John Gouchie. He would have to be born close to 1800. Her mother's name was unknown. She died 25 Nov 1909. Gouchie, Celina (I1014)
 
1764 Senior class historian Bortle, Frederick (I3743)
 
1765 Senior class President Glahn, Robert (I3772)
 
1766 Senior class secretary-treasurer Emmons, Elizabeth (I3747)
 
1767 Senior class vice-president Schmidt, Margret C. (I1385)
 
1768 September 1894 Attended the Democratic Convention held in Pulaski, Oswego Co, NY Townsend, Dexter Van (I888)
 
1769 Served as a medic, 2nd Platoon, Troop D, 94th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 14th Armored Division. Tufts, Charles Leonard (I1664)
 
1770 Served as assistant to Rev. E.H. Coley, D.D. Macnish, Rev. George Herbert (I2019)
 
1771 Services were held at Eva's Lake Street residence. The Rev. E. Rugby Auer, pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Syracuse, officiated. Weber, Eva (I3)
 
1772 Services were held at St. Mary's Church, Cleveland, New York. Schmidt, Charles (I1374)
 
1773 Services were held on [] in the Trinity Episcopal Church of Syracuse. Requiem celebration of Holy Communion took place at noon. The celebrant was the Rt. Rev. Malcolm E. Peabody, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York, assisted by the Rt. Rev. Walter M. Higley suffragan bishop of the diocese and the Rev. Claude H. Leyfield, rector of Trinity Episcopal church of Syracuse. Macnish, Rev. George Herbert (I2019)
 
1774 Seth Duncan has improved the appearance of his premises, by cutting down those over grown balsam trees, which stood in front of his house. Duncan, Seth P. (I440)
 
1775 Seymour H. Whaley expects to leave here on Monday for Pomeroy, Iowa, where he has made arrangements to go into the mercantile business. For a young man he has shown much ability while engaged in business here, and we anticipate that he will build up a successful business in his Western home. Whaley, Seymour H. (I2920)
 
1776 Seymour Whaley has gone to Eastman College, Poughkeepsie Whaley, Seymour H. (I2920)
 
1777 Seymour Whaley has returned from the business college at Newark, N.J., and entered into partnership with Gerrit Smith in the Cheap Cash Store. The new firm are deserving of a liberal patronage. Whaley, Seymour H. (I2920)
 
1778 Seymour Whaley, now in attendance at the Eastman College, Poughkeepsie, has been suffering from a severe attack of malarial fever; we are glad to state, however, that he is now getting better, and hopes are entertained of his ultimate and speedy recovery. He contemplates removing from Eastman's to the Coleman & Pahas' Business College at Newark, N.J. Seymour is a good boy, and we bespeak for him a noble manhood. Whaley, Seymour H. (I2920)
 
1779 Sgt. Au Clair enlisted about [1942] while a member of the Cleveland Union School faculty. Au Clair, Ernest Edward Jr. (I3794)
 
1780 She died at home. App, Caroline (I18)
 
1781 She had been quite feeble since last winter, and within the past few weeks it was evident the end was near. Landgraff, Victoria (I84)
 
1782 She had suffered from three strokes of paralysis, the first occurring in April 1887, the last attack being severe, since which time she steadily failed. Unknown, Margaret L. (I94)
 
1783 She spent most of her working career -- 30 years -- as an accredited medical records technician at Mercy Hospital and retired in 1986. Schmidt, Blanche C. (I1396)
 
1784 She was a member of Bernhard's Bay Grange, also Cleveland Chapter, No. 269, O.E.S., where she held various offices, including worthy matron, where she presided for two years. Hamilton, Emeline E. (I2419)
 
1785 She was a passionate runner and cyclist having participated in many races and events in the CNY area. Zingler, Linda M. (I2000)
 
1786 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4076)
 
1787 She was employed in accounting by E.W. Edwards, Dey Brothers, and Flickingers dept. stores. Dunnigan, Janette Virginia (I2351)
 
1788 She was the pianist at the Cleveland Episcopal Church, then at the Cleveland and Constantia Methodist Churches for countless years. Pratt, Helen P. (I4127)
 
1789 Sherman found employment with Charles Kathern and later worked with William Foster. He also 'chored' about the village. Sherman, Edward (I464)
 
1790 Sherman lived in an old building that once stood on Division Street, about two blocks from Griesmyer's home. Sherman, Edward (I464)
 
1791 Sherman, Elizabeth, wife of Ned Sherman occurred July 10, 1875. She was a woman of exceeding industry, and of a genial, kindly nature -- every ready to minister to the wants and necessities of others at sacrifices of her own. She has left a family of five children -- most of them too young to realize the depth of their bereavement. Wilson, Elizabeth S. (I465)
 
1792 Shoemaker drum has moved into the shop vacated by Gomon. Drum, Robert (I802)
 
1793 Shoemaker Gomon expects to leave us the 1st of April to take up his permanent residences at Fulton. Gomon, Napoleon (I1751)
 
1794 Silas Potter is officiating as head clerk at the Cheap Cash store for a limited time. Potter, Silas Finch (I503)
 
1795 Silver Star recipient. Leonard, Clarence Louis (I2629)
 
1796 Since April last she has resided with her son, Edward H. Unknown, Catherine L. (I753)
 
1797 Since the window glass industries were closed here he had been employed elsewhere. Griesmeyer, John J. (I125)
 
1798 Sister of Mrs. Adella Crandell of Bernhards Bay. Dickenson, Harriet A. (I3037)
 
1799 Six members of Merriam Camp, 52, Sons of Union Veterans, acted as bearers this afternoon for William E. Widrick, veteran of the Civil War ... Funeral services were conducted this afternoon at the home of cousin, Oscar F. Sterling ... by Rev. H. Elliott Chaffee of Furman Street Methodist Episcopal Church. Widrick, William Edward (I1775)
 
1800 Son of G.W. Fuller Fuller, Leroy M. (I2414)
 

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