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901 At the home of his step-son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoover, in Cleveland, NY, on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1917, occurred the death of Jerome W. Fellows after an illness of several weeks from a complication of disease. A strange coincidence in connection with the passing away was the fact that it was upon his birthday. Fellows, Jerome W. (I1592)
902 At the time of his death, he had been employed as a printer at Smith-Lee Co. Inc. Beebe, Varland M. (I2626)
903 At twenty minutes of 12 o'clock yesterday morning, a noble soul parted from this life, to enter into the great Beyond: The feeble, flickering spark of life, that for many days had struggled for an existence, at last went out, in the moon-time calm of a beautiful Spring day: and the earthly duties of Justice Lane were finished.

Probably no other event has ever caused such universal sorrow through the community, who feel his loss as a personal bereavement. Possessed of natural and acquired abilities that elevated him above the average, yet he was as modest and unassuming as a child: Endowed with the finest characteristics of manhood - the embodiment of all that was good and ennobling; with an organization keenly sensitive to the misfortune of others; - free, open-hearted, sympathetic, overflowing with genuine humanity - such were the qualities that endeared him to all, and his untimely decease is a great public misfortune.

Giles Willard Lane was born in the town of Cobbleskill, Scoharie County, N.Y., on the 25th of November 1820, which would bring his age 57 years, 5 months and 1 day. He was next to the oldest in a family of seven children - 3 boys and 4 grils - all of whom survive him. The oldest brother is in Wisconsin, the other two, John and Spencer, reside near Camden. Two of his sisters reside here, Mrs. Osborne (with whom he lived), and Mrs. Deans; the others are Miss Louisa Lane, of Constantia, and Mrs. Merchant of West Monroe.

In 1837, Willard, than a promising young man, moved with his father's family to West Monroe, where they lived three years and the came to what is generally known as Lenesburg, a few miles northeast of here. Willard was now in his 20th year, and soon after their arrival, engaged in the lumber business, which was carried on for a number of years. During his 20 years' residence at the Burg, he held the office of Trustee for a long time, and also taught school there.

In the year 1860, he took up his residence in Cleveland and in partnership with his brother John, purchased the chair factory of Hitchcock & Son, which was then in operation where the planing mill stands.

The people were not long finding him a representative man, and in 1861 he was elected to the office of Supervisor, where he served the people faithfully and well. A year or two after he was chosen Collector. In 1864, he was elected Justice of the Peace, which position he held continuously till his death. The greater part of the time through those years he was also a member of the Village Board.

All through a period of over 15 years he was chosen by the people to positions of public trust and honor, and their confidence in him was unlimited. That his fidelity and usefulness was appreciated, is plainly evidenced in the deep expressions of sorrow from far and near.

All through his long illness, and up to within a day of his death, he clung to the belief that he would get well. He expressed himself as fully prepared, if he must die, bu cherished a great desire to get well that he might finish up many things that remained unsettled. Although his hopes were not to be realized, Death found him not unprepared. His eminently worthy Christian life and rendered the transition sweet and peaceful -

The funeral services will be hold tomorrow, in the Methodist Church, Rev. W.S. Titus officiating. After which, the remains will be taken to Maple Flats for burial, beside his father, mother and two sisters.
Lane, Giles Willlard (I733)
904 Attended prominent area fires:
* 1960-12-03 - Corcoran Home Fire
* 1961-12-05 - Cleveland Hotel Fire 
Tufts, Charles Leonard (I1664)
905 Attorney Garber has moved to Lee Centre. Garber, Henry (I276)
906 Attorney H.C. Landgraff left here yesterday for his new business place at Oneida. The best wishes of the Press accompany him. Landgraff, Harmon C. (I96)
907 Attorney Sanders, of Syracuse, is making arrangements to take up his residence again at Cleveland. Then we will have four lawyers. Sanders, William (I1324)
908 August Wise, Jr. and Miss Anna Kavanaugh are soon to be married. Family F876
909 August Wise, Jr. and Miss Anna Kavanaugh were married in St. Mary's Church, Sunday by Rev. F.D. Maguire. The bride received many valuable presents from her friends, a few of whom enjoyed a supper at the residents of her parents, Sunday evening. Family F876
910 Baptized Emelia Clarissa Schmidt. Schmidt, Clarice (I4087)
911 Barbara could be the wife of Henry Grismyer (id#123) and she could also have been married to Michael Shuler. It's unclear based on the information in the 1880 census. Unknown, Barbara (I1283)
912 Barney Levine and Zeta Leonard had a son named Edward Daly Levine. He was adopted by his grandparents Louis and Elizabeth Leonard at which time he changed his name Clarence Louis Leonard. This is how I'm listing him in the family tree. Leonard, Clarence Louis (I2629)
913 Based on the information in the Cleveland Comprehensive Plan, the Towt-Foster-Edminster House was built around 1825 by John Towt. After his death in 1847, William Foster purchased the home.

According to the 1850 census, the residence is valued at $20,000. Additionally, Mary Delahunt (16 years old) is noted as a resident with the Foster family. It is unclear if she is a servant or some other relation to the family.

According to the 1870 census, the residence of the William and Mary is valued at $50,000 and personal assets valued at $30,000.

According to the 1880 census, William and Mary had a servant by the name of Lewis Coon. 
Foster, William H. (I41)
914 Because he is the only veteran left of the many who once belonged to H.L. Farmer Post 16, G.A.R., he has surrendered the charter. He still keeps his membership in the G.A.R.  Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
915 Bedell-Fosdick - At the house of John Fosdick, in this village, Dec. 28th, by Rev. W.S.Titus, his only daughter, Mary E. Fosdick and Milton J. Bedell, of West Vienna. Family F340
916 Ben Andrus is rapidly coming to the front as a local poet. He has just completed fifteen or twenty verses, in long and short meter on that celebrated "chicken" affair; and the three participants are searing their hair, and vowing that they will fill his old hide with buck shot on the first opportunity. Andrus, Benjamin C. (I986)
917 Benjamin Franklin and Susan Morgan are twins. Marsden, Benjamin Franklin (I3016)
918 Benjamin Franklin and Susan Morgan are twins. Marsden, Susan Morgan (I3017)
919 Bernhard-Blake: At the home of the bride's sister, in Mount Vernon, N.Y., June 20th, 1883, Mr. B.J. Bernhard and Miss Elsie A. Blake, her father, Rev. Wm. Blake, officiating. Family F607
920 Bert and Margaret were married by Cardinal George Stafford.  Family F851
921 Between 1924 and January of 1928, Asa K. Jennings made several trips back and forth between the United States and Turkey drumming up support for various Turkish youth projects. At some point, his son, Asa W. Jennings, joined him in his work on the Smyrna Welfare Council project until was discontinued in June of 1928. The Jennings family returned to the United States in July of that same year. This marked the end of the YMCA's involvement with Jennings and his projects overseas. Jennings, Asa Kent (I1407)
922 Bill cumins moved his household effects to Bernhard's Bay, Thursday.  Cummins, William Henry (I1233)
923 Bill Cumins was presented with a daughter yesterday morning. Cummins, Agnes Virginia (I1789)
924 Bill Dyer left Tuesday for Pittsburgh, Pa. Dyer, William (I1175)
925 Billiards have again been revived. Chas. Morenus has rented the table, and yesterday opened business in the old post office building. Morenus, Charles W. (I1200)
926 Birdella was a school teacher, working in Camden and Oneida area schools. She retied at the age of 80.  Bevan, Birdella L. (I2713)
927 Blacksmith Burst expects to go to Durhamville to work some time this month. They are building another new factory there. Burst, Eugene (I581)
928 Blacksmith Burst expects to start Monday for Fayetteville, to work in a knife factory. Burst, Eugene (I581)
929 Blacksmith Burst gave three cheers when it was announced that the arrival at his home Thursday was a 9.5lb boy. Burst, Fredrick (I1334)
930 Blacksmith Burst has rented the shop on Railroad street that been occupied for some time by L. Riter. Burst, Eugene (I581)
931 Blacksmith Burst has secured a job at Constantia. Burst, Eugene (I581)
932 Blacksmith Burst is about to move into the "Caswell House" he thinks. Burst, Eugene (I581)
933 Blacksmith Burst is working for Daffler & Beardsley, Constantia. Burst, Eugene (I581)
934 Blacksmith Burst returned Wednesday afternoon. Burst, Eugene (I581)
935 Blacksmith Burst started Monday for Fayetteville. Burst, Eugene (I581)
936 Blacksmith Burst started Tuesday for Durhamville to go to work. Burst, Eugene (I581)
937 Blacksmith Tasker has placed feed boxes in his shop to accommodate teamsters who may want to feed their nags while waiting. Tasker, Edward (I367)
938 Blanche died giving birth to [her son Robert]. Wright, Blanche (I1381)
939 Blanche was about six years old when her mother died. She lived most of her married life in Erie County, New York. Schmidt, Blanche C. (I1396)
940 Bob retired, with thirty-six years of service, from the former Niagara-Mohawk Power Corporation, now known as National Grid ... he was a member of the Twenty-Five Year Club of National Grid. Light, Robert E. II (I2533)
941 Bonneau-Senical - At the Catholic Church, Cleveland, on Christmas day, by Rev. J.B. Green, Joseph Bonneau and Miss Clara Senical, both of Cleveland.  Family F433
942 Bookkeeper Earll piloted a party of the fair sex through the factory buildings, Wednesday evening, and very thoroughly and comprehensively elucidated the modus operandi of glass manufacture. Earll, Clement S. (I852)
943 Born in Du Bois, Pa., she also lived in Syracuse and the West Indies, before moving to Cleveland 44 years ago. Kessler, Dorothy J. (I2571)
944 Born in France but a British citizen. Schmidt, Louis (I4090)
945 Born in the O'Connor homestead, one mile east of Cleveland. O'Connor, Mary Ellen (I3774)
946 Both Catherine's parents were born in Ireland. Unknown, Catherine (I1274)
947 Both of Bridget's parents were born in Ireland. Unknown, Bridget (I471)
948 Both of Charles parents are from Germany. Fravor, Charles (I565)
949 Both of Nancy's parents are from Germany. Seamans, Nancy M. (I566)
950 Bronze Tablet on gravesite reads:

The graves of Captian & Adjutant George Marsden, personal friend and staff officer of General George Washington, who died Nov. 12, 1817, age 80 yrs., also his wife, Welmoth Lee of Virginia, sister of Richard Henry Lee, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, who died Jan. 31, 1850, age 93 yrs.

Captain Marsden resigned his rank in the British Army of Occupation, then stationed in Mass., and accepted an office in the American Colonial Army at the outbreak of the Rev. War. He fought at Bunker Hill and at all the battles of Mass. and Eastern New York. His conspicuous military brilliancy won his promotion in 1779 to the office of Adjustant on Gen. Washington's staff, remaining there about one year. They moved to the then forest wilds of Bernard's Bay, New York, and built their permanent home about 6-1/2 miles west of this plot. Their log cabin abode was honored in 1783 by a 3 day visit by President Washington when on his tour of inspection of the Central New York fortifications. 
Marsden, George (I2996)

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