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1801 Oscar F. Soule passed in 1902 and G.L. Merrell died in 1909. Frank took over the role of company president in 1910. Soule, Frank Channing (I20)
 
1802 Otis Houser is about to shake Cleveland mud, and take up his quarters in the West - somewhere in the region where our old friend Asher Potter is located. Otis tells us he will leave next week (October 27th), and has already bid his numerous sweethearts good-by. Houser, Otis (I506)
 
1803 Otis Houser left us Monday, en route for Wisconsin. He took with him the well-wishes of numerous friends, as well as 8 cooked chickens, mounds of sandwiches, and a liberal supply of kraut, limberger, and "lakewater!" Houser, Otis (I506)
 
1804 Our old residents are quickly passing away. We are called upon this week to record the death of Hugh Smith, which occurred yesterday afternoon at a quarter of two o'clock, at the age of 78 years, 9 months and 5 days.

Deceased was born in Ayshire, Scotland, March 17, 1804, and when he had rescued the age of 28 years, or in 18x2, he came to this country and to this vicinity, at Hillsboro, where his brother owned a saw mill. There he worked three or four years, and while there sawed the shingles for the first glass factory built here. Soon after, he purchased a farm, between here and Bernhard's Bay, upon which he resided most of his life, up to last Spring, when he sold it. He was by trade a carpet-weaver, and for two years worked at his trade in Amsterdam of this state.

About 1846, he was married to Miss Phoebe Jenkins, of Hillsboro. Four children, two boys and two girls, were born, all of whom are living.

He was known far and wide as a man of industry and honor; passionate, yet kind and forgiving; a good neighbor, and a worthy citizen.

Funeral services will be held next Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from the house. Rev. Chas. W. McCarthy, of the Presbyterian Church, Constantia, will oficate.  
Smith, Hugh (I2818)
 
1805 Overseer of poor Dan Odell yesterday took little Mike Carroll, aged 6 years, to the Co. Supt. of Poor, who will order the little fellow taken to the Orphan Asylum. Odell, Daniel W. (I2644)
 
1806 Owner/operator of UGO, Inc. for 25 years. Stinger, Keith W. (I2010)
 
1807 Pamela worked as a "cafeteriologist" with the Central Square School system for many years serving lunches at A.A. Cole, Cleveland Elementary, the middle school and Paul V. Moore High School. Leonard, Pamela A. (I2631)
 
1808 Passed at home after a long illness. Ladue, Frank (I1476)
 
1809 Passed away at her daughter's house. Unknown, Mary (I1559)
 
1810 Passed away at her home. Zingler, Linda M. (I2000)
 
1811 Passed away at her sister Emmas' home. Prentice, Lillian F. (I113)
 
1812 Pat Kelly has moved his family on to the DeLong farm. Kelly, Patrick (I478)
 
1813 Pat Kelly has secured the Gale farm to work on shares. Kelly, Patrick (I478)
 
1814 Pat Kelly was arrested again this morning for beating his wife. Family F134
 
1815 Pat Kelly was arrested again this morning for beating his wife. Family F134
 
1816 Pat Kelly was up before his Honor, ?Squire Sanders, Wednesday, charged by Mrs. Kelly with being drunk and beating her, and making dire threats to do her further bodily harm. He was put under $100 bonds to keep the peace. Family F134
 
1817 Pat rejoices over the birth of a son. Kelly, Joseph (I1268)
 
1818 Patrick Stinson, employed as stoker at Getman's factory, was arrested Saturday evening for severely assaulting Zeb Russell. He was arraigned before Justice Audas, and plead not guilty. The case was to have come on for examination Monday morning, the prisoner in the meantime being turned over to constable Collier for safe keeping. The officer concluded to let him go on and finish his work that evening; but he proceeded to work his way out of town, and that's the last that has been heard of him. Stinson, Ralph (I2980)
 
1819 Patrick Stinson, employed as stoker at Getman's factory, was arrested Saturday evening for severely assaulting Zeb Russell. He was arraigned before Justice Audas, and plead not guilty. The case was to have come on for examination Monday morning, the prisoner in the meantime being turned over to constable Collier for safe keeping. The officer concluded to let him go on and finish his work that evening; but he proceeded to work his way out of town, and that's the last that has been heard of him. Russell, Zephaniah (I1010)
 
1820 Personal property is valued at $40. Mulholland, Joseph (I1536)
 
1821 Peter Senical, a young lad, while trying to turn a somersault, on the sand pile near Getman's saw mill, Wednesday afternoon, broke his arm just above the wrist. Dr. Potter was sent for to relieve the youngster. Senecal, Peter Leon (I1119)
 
1822 Plot #145 Knight, Charles G. (I1929)
 
1823 Plot 42 Fancher, Adin K. (I2389)
 
1824 Plot 84 Kimball, Jamain (I4108)
 
1825 Plot Section 2, Lot 83 #4 Stinger, Mathias (I1916)
 
1826 Plot Section B Allen, Andrew (I2191)
 
1827 Plot: sec 3, plot 145 Alexander, John (I1968)
 
1828 Plot: Section 47, Lot 183 (soldiers) Widrick, William Edward (I1775)
 
1829 Police Justice Gardner had his first public case Monday. Charles Carroll was complained of for intoxication and disorderly conduct; but he was finally released on payment of costs, which amounted to $10. Carroll, Charles (I790)
 
1830 Polly Blodgett's ancestors were Huguenots who came from France at the time of the persecution. Blodgett, Polly (I3012)
 
1831 Presidency was resigned. Yale, Albert A. (I379)
 
1832 President of Senior Class, Rambler Staff, Prize Speaking, Dramatics, Cheer Leader Barnes, Corinee Rebecca (I3725)
 
1833 Previous phone number 315-623-9198. Pease, Edna Mildred (I227)
 
1834 Private Alden Stinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Stinger was home over Sunday from Fort Ontario, Oswego. He has enlisted in the Medical corps for three years. Stinger, Alden Clinton Sr. (I1683)
 
1835 Private and Ensign - Served three years in Betts Company. Cleveland, John (I1809)
 
1836 Private burial. Lyons, Veronica (I2087)
 
1837 Private Ernesst AuClair, who is stationed at Fort ???, VA, and who joined the army while a Mechanical Arts teacher in Cleveland Union School, has been visiting friends here while on leave from his post. -- November 24, 1942 Au Clair, Ernest Edward Jr. (I3794)
 
1838 Private, Co. B, 117 Reg. N.Y. Volunteers Putney, Simeon Frank (I2777)
 
1839 Purdy and (Linus P.) Marsden built a steam boat, the "Fred B. Randall" which was used both as an excursion and towing boat. It was a single propelled boat of great power. In season she used to run excursions to Frenchman's Island, then a great summer resort, also to Sylvan Beach and Three Rivers. They also operated a big side wheeler called the "Manhattan". This boat was tied up in Brewerton for many years before she was finally dismantled.

Linus P. Marsden also owned a canal boat, the "Phillip Serviss". 
Marsden, Linus Parker (I3014)
 
1840 Purple Heart recipient. Darling, Rev. Richard J. (I351)
 
1841 R. Wellman has been superseded in the batch room at the Union works by Julius Lavancher. Wellman, Reuben C. (I734)
 
1842 R. Wellman has been superseded in the batch room at the Union works by Julius Lavancher. Lavancher, Julius Sr (I776)
 
1843 Railroad Agent Whitney requests us to give notice that here-after all freight must be paid for when taken from the station. Whitney, Albert C. (I1343)
 
1844 Ransom Piersall was arrested in Buffalo and brought here by Deputy Morse to answer to the charge of procuring a coffin for his late wife by making false representations to undertaker App, who preferred the charge. The examination was had before Police Justice Garber and was a very interesting one, and occupied all of Thursday afternoon and Friday morning; Lawyer Landgraff for the prosecution, Wilder for the defense. At the close of the prosecution's case the prisoner gave bail for appearance at Court ... Piersall, Ransom D. (I672)
 
1845 Real estate sales: Ezra Palmer to D.L. Wilder, lot in Cleveland, $500. July 1877. Palmer, Ezra (I395)
 
1846 Recipient, North Shore Citizen Award Tufts, Charles Leonard (I1664)
 
1847 Referee Sanders yesterday granted a decree of divorce in the suit brought by Mrs. Wm. Gwyn against her husband. Lawyer Wilder conducted the case for plaintiff. This case is probably the quickest that ever went through Court, the whole matter from beginning to end July occupying about 30 days. Family F131
 
1848 Referred to as "Hannah" in the 1850 census. Foster, Anna (I47)
 
1849 Residing with the Getsinger family according to the 1860 census. Putnam, Veal (I3543)
 
1850 Retired after almost 30 years of service. Taylor, Robert J. (I2247)
 

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