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951 Buried to the left of George Marsden in Eckel Cemetery, West Vienna, N.Y. Marsden, Mary (I3008)
 
952 Burst, the his smithy, lately left his immense "diamond" stud with Jeweler Duncan to repair. Besides locking it up in the combination burglar-proof safe, Irvine secured two or three extra savage bulldogs to keep guard in the store while the treasure was in his possession; and he declares that he wouldn't take such a risk again for a Shanksbush farm. Duncan, Irvine (I52)
 
953 Butch retired in 1999 as a laborer for Oneida Limited in Sherrill after over 40 years of service. Leonard, Melvin Howard (I2630)
 
954 By 1871, Oliver, a glass cutter like his father is in Cleveland NY where he is introduced to a beautiful young woman by a fellow glass worker. The woman?s name is Louisa Best. The two of them hit it off and are married in 1872 in Cleveland, NY. Family F270
 
955 By 1895 he owned and operated fifty acres of the homestead. Yale, Albert A. (I379)
 
956 By this time the economics were so bad in Alsace and the political atmosphere was ripe for yet another war that the family decided to get out of the line of fire. They traveled across country to Le Harve, France where they departed aboard the Iowa bound for America. The family disembarked at NYC on May 29, 1839. Lichteissen, Caroline (I17)
 
957 C. Crisping and C. Marble are cutting glass at Bridgeton, New Jersey. Crispin, Charles (I954)
 
958 C. Crisping and C. Marble are cutting glass at Bridgeton, New Jersey. Marble, Cyrus O. (I421)
 
959 C. Morenus's new residence moves forward rapidly. Morenus, Charles W. (I1200)
 
960 C.H. and W.H. Whitney have lately received a history on the Whitney family, from the reign of William the Conqueror down to the present. It seems that the prog. of this family in America arrived here in 1620, from which time the history contains the lineal descendants both by the male and female line. It is bound in three large and handsome volumes and makes a very valuable acquisition to their family libraries. Whitney, Charles H. (I442)
 
961 C.H. and W.H. Whitney have lately received a history on the Whitney family, from the reign of William the Conqueror down to the present. It seems that the prog. of this family in America arrived here in 1620, from which time the history contains the lineal descendants both by the male and female line. It is bound in three large and handsome volumes and makes a very valuable acquisition to their family libraries. Whitney, William Henry (I2091)
 
962 C.H. Warn takes possession of the Cheap Cash Store today. Warn, Calvin H. (I1946)
 
963 Cal Warn is to take possession of the Cheap Cash Store the last of June, and open with a new stock. Warn, Calvin H. (I1946)
 
964 Calvin in Cleveland by 1900. He was married to Mary unknown by 1880 and divorced by 1910. Family F1132
 
965 Case Disposed Of - Henry Feeler, colored, was arrested yesterday on complaint of Simeon H. Sumner, who charged Hank with threatening to do him serious harm; and his Honor concluded to put Feeler under $100 bonds to keep the peace. Sumner also complained against his wife for similar threats, and she was likewise required to keep the peace. The arrests grew out of a family quarrel, Sumner's wife apparently having more affection for Hank than her own husband. Feeler, Henry (I1836)
 
966 Caspar Birkle, who for a long time was employed at the barber shop of George Oswald, in this village, and who after going into business at Cleveland, N.Y., found it necessary about a year ago, after a great deal of suffering, to have his left leg amputated, is now confined in the St. Elizabeth Hospital at Utica, with another swelling in his left thigh. He is a great sufferer, and it is feared little can be done toward bettering his condition, though he receives every necessary care. He is a young man of integrity, and has many friends in Oneida and Cleveland, who will learn with regret of present condition. Brikle, Caspar (I2955)
 
967 Casualty of the war. Fellows, Zachariah B. (I1591)
 
968 Catherine died at home after being in poor health for some time. Unknown, Catherine (I1569)
 
969 Catherine has the distinction of being the first person to sink a hole-in-one at the new North Shore Golf Club in 1928. App, Catherine Mary (I6)
 
970 Cause of death is indicated as wounds inflicted by knife and bullet. Foster, William K. (I457)
 
971 Cause of death: Congestion of the spine and brain - her father died 5 days later of Scrofula - bacteria caused by drinking unpasturized milk.  Stinger, Eda Mae (I1918)
 
972 CENOTAPH. Cremated. Ashes scattered at Mount Vernon, Ohio Griesmeyer, Caroll Ann (I3837)
 
973 Charles B. Randall was admitted in 1851 and soon afterward removed from Amboy to Cleveland, where he died in November 1853, being school superintendent at the time of his death. Randall, Charles B. (I2868)
 
974 Charles Carroll and wife have been made happy by the birth of a daughter. Carroll, Beatrice (I1228)
 
975 Charles Carroll, formerly of Cleveland, but now of Chittenango, visited his many friends in town several days this week. Carroll, Charles (I790)
 
976 Charles Collier, who has been at work in a glass factory in the west, has returned to his home here and will work in the Getman Glass Factory here. Collier, Charles (I1107)
 
977 Charles Fravor and Al Seamans, former residents in a grocery store at Bell's Camp. Pa., where it is said they have struck "oil", and doing finely. Fravor, Charles (I565)
 
978 Charles Fravor and Al Seamans, former residents in a grocery store at Bell's Camp. Pa., where it is said they have struck "oil", and doing finely. Seamans, Alford S. (I568)
 
979 Charles Hendrickson has moved his family near Cleveland onto the farm known as the Hartley place. Henderickson, Charles G. (I2494)
 
980 Charles Hendrickson has moved his family near Cleveland onto the farm known as the Hartley place. Kasselhock, Magnolia (I2495)
 
981 Charles Hendrickson has moved his family near Cleveland onto the farm known as the Hartley place. Henderickson, Lavern (I2499)
 
982 Charles Kathern, of Cleveland, Oswego Co., has opened an office for the sale, to let, or exchange of real estate, as Agent, and will devote his attention for any person holding real estate situated in the village of Cleveland, or in the town of Constantia, or town of Vienna, Oneida County. Kathern, Charles (I598)
 
983 Charles Merchant died Jan. 11 at his home here after a long illness of cancer. He is survived by his wife, two sons and five daughters: Charles Merchant, Jr., and Mrs. Charles Senecal of this place, Edward of Syracuse, Mrs. Homer Whte of Oriskany Falls, Mrs. Cora Ashburn of Eldred, Pa., Mrs. Mina Lagrue and Misses Blanch and Hattie of Utica. Funeral services were held at St. Mary's Church on Monday, Rev. Father Mertens officiating. Burial was made in St. Mary's of the Lake Cemetery. Merchant, Charles (I1957)
 
984 Charles Morenus has returned from Covington and is at work in Durhamville. Morenus, Charles W. (I1200)
 
985 Charles moved back to Cleveland after his wife?s death to spend the remainder of his days in his hometown, our town, Cleveland, NY. Ladue, Charles Edward (I874)
 
986 Charles Schmidt of Cleveland, caretaker of the Gifford property for 21 years, received the Jewell estate and a gift of $5,000. Schmidt, Charles (I1374)
 
987 Charley Ladue and Dan Tallman engaged in a fight [January 23, 1880] afternoon up in the box shop, in which both came off victorious. Ladue, Charles Edward (I874)
 
988 Charley Morenus is having a new residence built on Caswell Street. Morenus, Charles W. (I1200)
 
989 Charley Morenus's little boy, Orson, recently had made an overcoat out of cloth that was worn by his great-great-grandmother as a wedding cloak, in Germany, 126 years ago. Morenus, Orson Millington (I1204)
 
990 Charley Waters has gone to Durhamville to work. Waters, Charles H. (I657)
 
991 Charley Waters this week quit work at the Union glass works, because of the discharge of his brother John by the Co., it is said, without cause. Charley will go to Durhamville week after next, where he has been offered a good position. Waters, John R. (I659)
 
992 Charley Waters this week quit work at the Union glass works, because of the discharge of his brother John by the Co., it is said, without cause. Charley will go to Durhamville week after next, where he has been offered a good position. Waters, Charles H. (I657)
 
993 Charley Waters, one of our best boys, was married Wednesday, at Durhamville, to a young lady named Lawrence, of that place. The Press wishes them all happiness and prosperity. Family F879
 
994 Chas. Landgraff is having an addition built to his house. Landgraff, Charles (I85)
 
995 Chas. Landgraff is working at Durhamville. Landgraff, Charles (I85)
 
996 Chaufty's Corner Senecal, Augustas (I1118)
 
997 Chauncey Turclc had a new hat come by express the other day, and asked young Clerk to bring it down for him. Before bringing it down, he took it up to the factory store, and there the wicked clerks substituted a most dilapidated, dirty tile,full of holes, after which the package was nicely arranged and forwarded to Tnrek, who upon opening it uttered one exclamation ? 'Lord !' - and then fainted away. He was
speedily revived, however, by some of "Daddy's" "lake water!" 
Turck, Chauncey E. (I1253)
 
998 Chauncey Turk and John Argersinger are selling patent butter in St. Louis. Turck, Chauncey E. (I1253)
 
999 Christopher was wounded at the battle of Lacole Mills, on the 30th of March, 1814. Martin, Rev. Christopher (I149)
 
1000 Chronic Disentry Frink, Cordelia (I1435)
 

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