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1901 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)
 
1902 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)
 
1903 Sgt. Au Clair enlisted about [1942] while a member of the Cleveland Union School faculty. Au Clair, Ernest Edward Jr. (I3794)
 
1904 She came to Camden to reside in 1906, since which time her home had been in the same house where passed away. Stenson, Gertrude (I538)
 
1905 She died at home. App, Caroline (I18)
 
1906 She had been quite feeble since last winter, and within the past few weeks it was evident the end was near. Landgraff, Victoria (I84)
 
1907 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)
 
1908 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)
 
1909 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)
 
1910 She was a passionate runner and cyclist having participated in many races and events in the CNY area. Zingler, Linda M. (I2000)
 
1911 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4076)
 
1912 She was employed in accounting by E.W. Edwards, Dey Brothers, and Flickingers dept. stores. Dunnigan, Janette Virginia (I2351)
 
1913 She was the pianist at the Cleveland Episcopal Church, then at the Cleveland and Constantia Methodist Churches for countless years. Pratt, Helen P. (I4127)
 
1914 Sherman found employment with Charles Kathern and later worked with William Foster. He also 'chored' about the village. Sherman, Edward (I464)
 
1915 Sherman lived in an old building that once stood on Division Street, about two blocks from Griesmyer's home. Sherman, Edward (I464)
 
1916 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)
 
1917 Shoemaker drum has moved into the shop vacated by Gomon. Drum, Robert (I802)
 
1918 Shoemaker Gomon expects to leave us the 1st of April to take up his permanent residences at Fulton. Gomon, Napoleon (I1751)
 
1919 Silas Potter is officiating as head clerk at the Cheap Cash store for a limited time. Potter, Silas Finch (I503)
 
1920 Silver Star recipient. Leonard, Clarence Louis (I2629)
 
1921 Since April last she has resided with her son, Edward H. Unknown, Catherine L. (I753)
 
1922 Since the window glass industries were closed here he had been employed elsewhere. Griesmeyer, John J. (I125)
 
1923 Sister of Mrs. Adella Crandell of Bernhards Bay. Dickenson, Harriet A. (I3037)
 
1924 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)
 
1925 Son of G.W. Fuller Fuller, Leroy M. (I2414)
 
1926 Son of Gates & Ruth Miller Miller, William Henry (I3313)
 
1927 Son of Jabez & Anna Green, age 1 yr 2 mos Green, Jabez (I3297)
 
1928 Son of M & E. Fuller, Charles Henry (I2411)
 
1929 Soon after the death of their children, [Joseph] sold his property in Amboy and located in Camden, purchasing the residence No. 157 Main street, in which he passed away. Stark, Deacon Joseph (I4148)
 
1930 Special Notice:
Having purchased the interest of Mr. Stedman, I will sell goods at Astonishingly Low prices for the next 30 days. My terms are strictly cash. Call and get prices and satisfy that I mean all I say. -- G.R. Hale 
Hale, George R. (I1352)
 
1931 Sponsors: Maretta Gardner and Charles Kathern. H.V. Gardener, Priest. Sherman, Lulu Bell (I467)
 
1932 Sponsors: Maretta Gardner and Charles Kathern. H.V. Gardener, Priest. Sherman, Charles Kathern (I468)
 
1933 SSN #093-05-7028 Tufts, Charles Leonard (I1664)
 
1934 Started a grist mill with his father, James Carroll which he conducted until his father's death in 1885, when he retired from active business. Carroll, Nehemiah A. (I2243)
 
1935 Stationed at Dodge City Air base. Morenus, Arthur Watson (I1456)
 
1936 Stationed in Coblenz, Germany. Senecal, Francis Alden (I1643)
 
1937 Stevens, William Jay, was born at Cleveland, Oswego county, June 12, 1840, son of Samuel H. and Susan K. (Wood) Stevens. The father was born in New England and died in Oneida county at the age of sixty-five years. The mother was born in England, but died in Oswego county, at the age of fifty-three years. They were the parents of twelve children, all deceased except William Jay. The grandfather. William B., was born in New England and died in Oswego county. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. The father was a farmer, merchant, speculator, and captain in the artillery. Willian Jay was educated in Oneida county, and first taught school there. He studied law in Camden and Rome. He was made station agent for the R. W. &. O. R. R. at Sandy Creek Station, in January, 1863, where he continued for thirty years. He was freight and passenger agent, telegraph operator, express agent, yard master, etc., and until the consolidation, he also represented the Syracuse and Northern Railroad. In 1870 he opened a coal yard, which he has since
continued, and later adding agricultural implements, etc. He has held the offices of village trustee, village president, and was a member of the Board of Education for twelve years. July 9, 1863, he married Lydia, daughter of John H. and Clara (Stansel) Casler. The children were Maud, born September 18, 1868, who lives at home; and Etta, born July 27, 1864, and died September 29, 1865. Maud is a graduate of
the Sandy Creek High School. Mr. Stevens is a Mason, Knight Templar, 32d degree, and Mystic Shrine. 
Stevens, William Jay (I2878)
 
1938 Stinger-Senical - At the Catholic Church, Cleveland, on Christmas day, by Rev. J.B. Green, John Stinger and Miss Emma Senical, both of Cleveland. Family F449
 
1939 Stone has been drawn for the foundation of a new home for Gene Morenus. Morenus, Eugene (I2707)
 
1940 Studied law with D.L. Wilder and H.C. Landgraf before passing the bar in Rochester in 1879, at which time he began his own practice. Gallagher, James L. (I68)
 
1941 Sunday last was the 50th anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Marble, which was commemorated by those of the family who are home and a few friends. Mr. Marble was 73 years old last May, and Mrs. Marble 70 last February. Family F74
 
1942 Surviving are a son, Frank of Brewerton; a sister, Janette Dunnigan of Cleveland; and two grandchildren.  Dunnigan, Florence Gazelle (I2722)
 
1943 Surviving are his wife, the former Mary Nuccio; three sons, David, Joseph and Salvatore, all of Cleveland; a daughter, Margaret Jolly of Cleveland; two brothers, Cornelius and Jack Flagler, both of Palm Bay, Fla.; two sisters, Louise deCarlo of Palm Bay, Fla. and Mae Lokar of Detroit; 14 grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.  Desjardins, Wilfred David (I4061)
 
1944 Survivors: His wife, the former Edna Dillenbeck; three daughters, Barbara Myers of Oneida, Dorothy Hall of California and Patricia Ottaway of North Syracuse; a son, Thomas of Verona; seven grandchildren. Myers, Stanley (I2716)
 
1945 T.D. Bly and Miss Carrie Landgraff have been engaged to teach our school another term. Landgraff, Caroline (I98)
 
1946 T.D. Bly and Miss Carrie Landgraff have been engaged to teach our school another term. Bly, Tracy D. (I1297)
 
1947 Tablets of the Missing Beebe, James H. (I2371)
 
1948 Taken from the diary of Mary Cramp:
"June 1837, Monday 5th. We were married by the Rev. Mr. McCarty at eight o'clock in the evening. Visitors present, Dr. and Mrs. Van Schaick, Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs, Miss Robertson, Miss Broadhead, Mrs. Andrew McCarty (Isaacs Isaacs groomsman) Mr. Casy, Mr. Perham, Mrs. Neil Major Cochran." 
Family F14
 
1949 Tallman, Tracy - At the house of B. Tracy, Dec. 24th, by the Rev. W.S. Titus, Daniel G. Tallman to Miss Etta Tracy, both of this place. Family F306
 
1950 Tasker, the iron man, was surprised and delighted by the arrival of a bouncing female cherub last Saturday. About 89 young ladies and young members of the opposite sex have already called to inspect the little beauty and Ed's cider. Tasker, Flavella (I1339)
 

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