"Ga" to "Gar" Obituaries

From Ontario County Chronicle 3 September 1902

Monday morning Mrs. Mary A. Gabriel, died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Washburn in Washington street, aged 92 years. Death was due to old age.

From Penn Yan Democrat 6 June 1913

Died, in Stanley, June 4, Michael Gaffney, aged 80 years. He was born in County West Meath, Ireland, and came to America in 1852. Over fifty years ago he married Mary Grimes, and six children were born, all of whom are living: Mrs. Elizabeth McNamara, Canandaigua; James of Stanley; Mrs. Margaret Mooney of Rushville; Miss Alice Gaffney of East Islip, N. Y.; Helene of Rochester; Mrs. Josephine Kuney of Sayre, Pa.

From Ontario County Journal 2 October 1903

Rushville, N. Y. - Amasa Gage,
nephew of L. D. Gage, died at his home near Cottage City on Saturday, aged 76 years. He leaves three children, Mrs. Mary Hall, Charles and Richard Gage. The funeral was held from his late home on Monday afternoon, Rev. D. M. VanTuyl officiating. Burial was in the Washburne cemetery.

From Penn Yan Democrat 3 December 1943

Died, at her home near Rushville, Monday, November 29, Mrs. Carolyn E. Gage, 46. Surviving are her husband, Earl; daughter, Mrs. Margaret Gage, Rochester; three sons, Bruce, Curtis and Homer, all at home; two brothers, Harry Twitchell, Rushville; George Twitchell, Buffalo; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at the Gage home Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. Donald Cronk, pastor of Rushville Methodist church, officiating. Burial in Rushville cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 12 April 1901

Rushville, N. Y. - 
The funeral services of Mrs. Clara J. Ingram, wife of Murray Gage, were held from the Gage home on Friday afternoon, and were conducted by Rev. W. S. H. Hermans. The deceased was 22 years of age, and she was married but a year ago. Her death, which occurred on April 3, comes as a great blow to the young husband, who with an infant daughter, and three brothers, Alfred of Ovid, and Arthur and Edward of Penn Yan, survive.

From Geneva Daily Times 26 September 1903

Rushville, N. Y. - Dowe Gage
died at the home of his son, Amasa Gage, west of this village by the lake, Monday at the age of eighty-six. Mr. Gage was born and had always lived in that vicinity. He is survived by three children, Marvin Gage, Amasa Gage and Mrs. Frank Gunn, fourteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Rev. D. M. Van Tuyl officiated at the funeral which was held Thursday.

From Penn Yan Democrat 16 October 1914

Rushville, N. Y. -  Mrs. Elizabeth Gage
died at the Memorial Hospital in Canandaigua last week Thursday night. She was a daughter of Lorenzo and Orpha Wager Gage and was born in 1844 on the farm now owned by Samuel Pearce. She had lived 33 years on her late farm four miles north of this village. Her husband, Frank Green Gage, died last year. She leaves a son, Ira Gage, who lives on the adjoining farm; and daughter, Mrs. Frank Washburn of Reeds Corners; and one brother, Amasa Gage of Gorham.

From Ontario County Journal 3 October 1913

Rushville, N. Y. -  Frank Gunn Gage,
a highly respected resident of this community, died early Wednesday morning at his late home three and one-half miles north of this village. Mr. Gage had lived almost his entire life in this section, having lived for 32 years on the farm where his death occurred. He was the only son of Amasa and Harriet Gage and was born on July 22, 1843. On Feb. 14, 1866, he was married to Elizabeth Gage, only daughter of Lorenzo D. Gage. He was a graduate of Albany State Normal School and taught school for 15 years after his graduation, after which he took up farming, which he followed successfully until the past few years, when declining health compelled him to retire, and he spent his time largely in reading and kept himself well informed on the affairs of the day. He was of a kindly nature and had a host of friends. He leaves his wife, who is confined to her bed as a result of a paralytic stroke, which she suffered about a month ago; one son, Ira Gage of Rushville; a daughter, Mrs. Frank Washburn of Reeds Corners; and two grandchildren, Milford and Mildred Washburn. The funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. M. S. Bowman, pastor of the Rushville M. E. church officiating. Interment will be made in the Rushville cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 11 August 1916

Rushville, N. Y. - 
The death of Mrs. Harriet Wilson Gage occurred on August 3 at the home of her son, Burt Gage, two miles southeast of this village, where she was visiting. She had been in feeble health since suffering an attack of paralysis last spring and a similar attack caused her death within a few hours. She was born on August 9, 1837, and was the last of a family of 11 children born to William and Elizabeth Kishlar Wilson, early settlers of this village. Fifty-two years ago she was united in marriage with Orren Gage, of the town of Gorham, who survives her. She also leaves five children, Mrs. Lida Herrick of Oswego; Marvin Gage of Stanley, Mrs. Charles Hicks, Mrs. Joseph Abeel and Burt Gage of Rushville. Funeral services were held from the home of Burt Gage on Saturday with burial at Rushville.cemetery.

From Ontario Messenger 15 April 1857

Died in the town of Canandaigua, on the 8th inst., John Gage, aged 77 years and 4 months. Born and reared in Wendell, N. H., he cast his first electoral vote for Jefferson - served as an officer in the war of 1812 for one campaign, and in 1817, he became a citizen of this town. For more than forty years he has been well-known in this community as in industrious neighbor, a steadfast friend and an honest man.

From Canandaigua Chronicle 23 August 1905

Rushville, N. Y. - 
The many friends of Marvin Gage were saddened when on Tuesday of last week they learned of his death at his home north of this village. Mr. Gage was sixty-five years of age. His death was due to Bright's disease. He was a beloved member of the Methodist church, serving on the official board of that church, and of the F. & A. M., as well. The latter organization attended the funeral which was held Thursday afternoon at his late home. He is survived by a wife, one daughter, Miss Alice Gage, two sons, Thompson and Murray; one sister, Mrs. Frank Gunn Gage and one brother, Amasey Gage. The remains were laid at rest in the Rushville cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 18 January 1905

Rushville, N. Y. -
A very sudden death was that of Mary, wife of Burt Gage, Monday morning at their home east of this village. She was thirty-seven years of age, and leaves beside her husband, five small children, the youngest only a few hours of age; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Sherburne, and one brother, William Sherburne. The funeral was held at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon at the house, conducted by Rev. A. W. Rice of the M. E. church. Burial in Rushville cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 1 July 1905

Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
The funeral services of Andrew Jackson Gaines, who died Thursday morning at the home of his brother, George Gaines, in this village, were held at the St. Felix church this morning. The remains were taken to Canandaigua for burial.

From Geneva Daily Times 18 October 1910

Clifton Springs, N. Y. - 
After an illness of only a few days, the death of George E. Gaines occurred at the family home on Pearl street, on Sunday night. Up until about one week ago, he had been in his usual health, and at that time it was not thought that his illness was serious, but on Friday he suddenly commenced to fail and his strength went rapidly. Mr. Gain was born 59 years ago near Richmond, Virginia, where he spent his boyhood, and in later years he came north, and soon located in this village, where he had been a resident for the past twenty years, much of this time being spent at his trade as a painter and decorator. He is survived by his wife and three children; one daughter of this village; a daughter who resides in Canandaigua; and a son who is a traveling man for a Rochester firm, who is now in the state of Texas.

From Victor Herald 18 August 1899

wife of John Gainey, died of consumption at her home, south of Phelps, Friday, August 4th, aged 47 years. Besides the husband, eight children, five boys and three girls, are left to mourn her loss. Three sisters and two brothers also survive her. The remains were brought to Victor, the former home of the deceased, Monday, August 7th. Interment in the Catholic cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 2 October 1908

Victor has been the scene of two shocking tragedies this week. The first occurred late Friday afternoon, when Martin Gainey was found crushed and mangled under his wagon. He had left his home about 5 o'clock with a load of tomatoes for the canning factory. When descending a steep hill, the neck yoke and the wagon toppled over and Mr. Gainey was pinned beneath the load. Over an hour elapsed before he was discovered in this terrible plight. He was taken out with all haste, but he survived his injuries only a short time after being freed. He leaves a wife, six children: Misses Margaret and Minnie Gainey of Rochester; Misses Elizabeth, Katherine and Nellie Gainey and Harry Gainey, who reside at home; two sisters and two brothers, Miss Ellen Gainey of Rochester, and Miss Mary Gainey and John Gainey of Phelps, and Patrick  of Kentucky. Mr. Gainey was 64 years of age and one of Victor's most respected Irish citizens. The funeral was held in St. Patrick's church on Monday morning.

From Ontario County Chronicle 28 December 1904

Victor, N. Y. -
The remains of Patrick Gainey, aged 25 years, formerly of this town, who died at his home in Phelps on Sunday, were brought here last Wednesday morning and the funeral was held at St. Patrick's church. He was buried in the Catholic cemetery here.

From Ontario County Journal 14 January 1881

Victor, N. Y. -
Died, Friday, Jan. 7th, of consumption, Thomas Gainey, aged 27. The funeral was largely attended from the Catholic Church on Monday morning of this week.

From Ontario Republican Times 22 October 1862

An Irishman named Patrick Galasby, in the employ of Martin Remington, in the south part of this town, was fatally injured on Saturday last while at work about a threshing machine. It appears that he had been cutting bands, and having finished the job and left the platform, was in the act of stepping over the cylinder, when one of his feet slipped and was caught in such a manner as to draw his leg in and hold it fast until the machine stopped -- the cylinder continuing to revolve meantime, and mangling the poor fellow's limb most shockingly. He was finally extricated alive, but died before the surgeon arrived who was summoned to attend him. The deceased was about fifty-five years old, and leaves a wife and three children in very destitute circumstances.

From Geneva Daily Times 3 March 1917

Mrs. Grace Galassi,
aged 74 years, died yesterday morning at the home of her son, North Genesee street. Besides her son, she leaves five daughters. Funeral services were held this morning at 8:45 o'clock and at 9:15 o'clock at St. Francis de Sales church. Burial will be made in St. Patrick's cemetery.

From Shortsville Enterprise 17 July 1924

Mrs. Elizabeth Davison Galbraith
died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William A. Hawkes, at Manchester, on Tuesday morning about 9:30 o'clock after an illness of approximately ten years. Almost ten years ago she suffered a stroke of paralysis and had never been well since, although cancer was the direct cause of her demise. Mrs. Galbraith was born in Littlehale, Lincolnshire, England, on June 28 1847. She came to this country when but eight years of age. She was married to John Galbraith, who died about 21 years ago. The survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Hawkes, with whom she had lived since the death of her husband; one son, James Galbraith, of Manchester,; ten grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Her brothers and sisters are all dead, and she was the last of her family. The funeral will be held at the Hawkes home this Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. J. H. Newman, pastor of the Manchester M. E. church, of which she was a member, officiating. Burial will be made in the family plot at Brookside Cemetery, Shortsville.

From Ontario County Chronicle 8 July 1903

Manchester, N. Y. - John Galbrath,
a stone mason and contractor, died at his home Wednesday afternoon, aged 62 years. He had been a sufferer for some time with enlargement of the heart. Mr. Galbrath had been a resident of this village for about 35 years and had been held in high esteem. He is survived by his wife and two children: Mrs. W. A. Hawkes and James Galbrath, both of this place.

From Geneva Daily Times 19 October 1907

The funeral of Mrs. Anna Gallagher will be held Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from her late residence in Oaks Corners, and at 10 o'clock at St. Francis Desales church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery.

From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 21 January 1918

Geneva, N. Y., Jan. 20 -
The death of Mrs. Anna Gallagher, wife of Michael Gallagher, occurred Friday evening at the family home, No. 41 North Exchange street. She leaves her husband, three daughters, Helen, Anna and Agnes Gallagher; one son, John Gallagher of this city; four sisters, Mrs. P. Corcoran and Mrs. Anthony Tunny of this city, and Mrs. Peter Larkin and Mrs. Ferguson of Ireland; three brothers, Patrick, John and Martin McDermott of Ireland. The funeral will take place from the house at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning and at 9 o'clock from St. Francis de Sales Church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's cemetery.

From Geneva Gazette 6 April 1877

Mrs. Anne J. Gallagher,
widow of George Gallagher and daughter of the late John B. Murray of New York, died at her residence in Geneva on Friday, March 30th, in the 86th year of her age. The funeral took place on Tuesday morning last at 11 o'clock from her residence on Main street attended by a large number of sorrowing friends. Of immediate relatives, three sons and four daughter, with their respective families, were present, also four grandsons acting as bearers and a great-grandson. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. S. M. Hopkins, D. D., of Auburn, and Rev. W. W. Brush of the Reformed Church, Geneva, and at the grave by Rev. H. W. Nelson, Rector of Trinity Church.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 4 July 1889

George J. Gallagher,
a lifelong Democrat, formerly an editorial writer in the Geneva Gazette and other periodicals, died at his home in Geneva last Thursday, aged 76 years.

From Geneva Daily Times 18 December 1908

James W. Gallagher,
aged 50 years, died at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the family home, 142 William street, after a lingering illness of a year. During the past six months Mr. Gallagher was confined to his home. He is survived by his widow and seven children: John, James, Thomas and Edward Gallagher; Mrs. V. Merchant, Rose and Catherine Gallagher; and one granddaughter, Margaret Merchant. Mr. Gallagher was born in Springfield, Ohio. He removed to Geneva when 12 years of age and has resided here since. For the past nineteen years he has been engaged in the wholesale and retail liquor business. Mr. Gallagher was a member of the old Folger Guards, now Company B, for eight years and also an exempt fireman, having served for a number of years with the Kanadasaga Steamer Company. Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery.

From Ontario County Chronicle 4 January 1905

Naples, N. Y. -
Saturday at 3 p.m. in Geneva City Hospital occurred the death of Mrs. Jessie Gallagher of this village. Remains were brought to Naples Monday. The funeral was held from her late residence Tuesday, Rev. C. C. MacLean officiating.

From Geneva Daily Times 5 December 1907

John Gallagher
, aged 48 years, died yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home of his brother, James Gallagher, of No. 142 William street. Death was due to pneumonia. The deceased was foreman of the nursery of the late H. D. Patty for twenty years, and for the past two years has been foreman for the R. G. Chase Nursery Company. He has been a resident of this city his entire life. He is survived by his father, Thomas Gallagher of Chicago; two sons, Edward and Michael; one daughter, Anna; one brother, James, all of this city. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Stephen's church. Burial will be made in St. Patrick's Cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 13 January 1942

Mrs. Margaret L. Gallagher,
widow of the late James W. Gallagher, died at the family home, William street, yesterday afternoon following a short illness. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. Valentine Merchant, Mrs. Walter Lucey and Mrs. Edwin Morris of Geneva; three sons, James and Edward, Geneva; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mrs. Gallagher had been a lifelong resident of Geneva. The funeral will be held Thursday morning at 8:30 from the home and 9 at St. Stephen's Church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's cemetery.

From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 25 September 1922

Geneva, N. Y., Sept. 24 - Mrs. Michael Gallagher,
of 19 Exchange street, died yesterday morning after a  long illness. Mrs. Gallagher is survived by her husband; three daughters, Margaret, Elizabeth and Mary Gallagher; and one son, James Gallagher, all of this city; and one sister, Mrs. Anna Lally of Auburn. The funeral will be held on Tuesday morning from St. Francis de Sales Church. Burial will be made in St. Patrick's cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 17 January 1898

Mrs. Patrick J. Gallagher died at her home in North street, this city, at 3 o'clock yesterday morning, aged 38 years. The funeral will take place from St. Francis de Sales church at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning, Rev. Father McPadden officiating. The maiden name of the deceased was Delia O'Connell. She was well known and highly respected in Geneva. On the 13th day of last October, she was married to Patrick J. Gallagher, night operator at the Postal telegraph office. Mr. Gallagher had purchased a home in North street; the blow is keenly felt by him. The young wife contracted a very severe cold, which developed into pneumonia. All that medical skill could suggest was done for her relief, but death came early yesterday morning. The deceased is survived by three sisters, all of whom reside in this city. She was a niece of Rev. Father O'Connell of Ovid. Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 26 April 1897

Thomas Gallagher, an old and respected resident of this city, died at his home on Center street yesterday at 3 o'clock, aged 68 years. He was born in Ireland in 1829 and emigrated to this country settling in Geneva forty-eight years ago. He was employed on the New York Central railway and for recent years was watchman at the North street crossing. He was taken sick about years ago. The deceased leaves a widow and five children, Thomas of Auburn and Patrick of Geneva, Mrs. Michael Gannon and Mrs. William Murphy of this city and Miss Ellen Gallagher of Buffalo. The funeral will be in charge of DeVaney and Fletcher and will take place tomorrow morning at nine o'clock from St. Francis de Sales church.

From Ontario County Times 30 March 1881

Victor, N. Y. -
The funeral services of the late Wm. D. Gallagher were held at the residence of Mr. Wm. Dickinson, on Friday afternoon. The floral offerings were numerous and very beautiful. The services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Sherman of Pittsford.

From Geneva Daily Times 18 January 1896

Mary Galligan,
aged 67 years, died at 11 o'clock this morning of heart failure at the home of Mrs. Thomas Rogers on Exchange street. The funeral will be held from St. Francis de Sales church on Tuesday morning.

From Geneva Daily Times 29 May 1912

Mrs. Eleanor Cost Galloway
died last evening at her late home on Broad street, Clifton Springs. She had resided in Clifton Springs for the past 35 years and was a member of St. John's Episcopal church. She is survived by two daughters. The funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from her home. Rev. Mr. Freeman will officiate and interment will be made in Clifton Springs Cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 31 May 1912

Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
The funeral service of the late Mrs. Eleanor Cost Galloway was held at her home on Broad street this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and the burial will be made in the Clifton Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Galloway is an old resident of this village, having lived here for the past forty years. She was born in the town of Phelps 77 years ago and had always lived in this vicinity. Mrs. Galloway died on Tuesday night at eleven o'clock, after an illness of seventeen weeks. She was the widow of Erastus Galloway, who died twelve years ago. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Hattie Garlock of Ithaca, Michigan, and Miss Carrie Belle Galloway of Clifton Springs; three grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Emeline Lusk, who lives at Newark, N. Y.

From Ontario County Journal 13 July 1900

Clifton Springs, N. Y. - 
Early Saturday morning the lifeless body of Erastus Galloway was found by his wife in a sitting posture on the side of the bed. For several years Mr. Galloway had been a great sufferer from asthma and the past year had been confined to the house by its complication with dropsy. Mr. Galloway has been a resident of this village for some 30 years and was well-known and much beloved. He was 66 years old and, besides his wife, leaves two daughters, Miss Belle Galloway of this village, and Mrs. Thomas Garlock of Edmore, Mich.

From Shortsville Enterprise 26 March 1914

The death of Lawrence Gallula, a longtime resident of Farmington, occurred at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sarah J. Stevens, in Clifton Springs on Sunday. His age was 93 years. Mr. Gallula was born in Canada on March 21, 1821. For many years he had owned and occupied a farm in the township of Farmington. His face was a familiar one on the streets of Shortsville for many years, but had been missed of late years, owing to his confinement at home by the infirmities of old age. His wife passed to the great beyond a number of years ago. The survivors are two daughters, Miss Harriet Gallula of Geneva, and Mrs. Stevens; also two sons, J. B. Gallula of Canandaigua, and George Gallula of Elkhart, Ind. The funeral was held from the Stevens home on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Volney A. Sage, pastor of the Clifton Springs Baptist church. The interment followed in Brookside Cemetery in this village.

From Ontario County Journal 28 February 1913

Victor, N. Y. -  Mrs. Caroline Gallup,
one of the oldest residents of Victor, died at the home of her son, William B. Gallup, on Friday morning, aged 89 years. Mrs. Gallup had been in poor health for several months, and failed rapidly the past few weeks. She was born in Victor, April 22, 1824, the daughter of the late George and Elizabeth Boughton. The family resided in Rochester during the early years, and came to Victor when the daughter was four years of age. In early life she was a school teacher and in 1848 was united in marriage with William B. Gallup, who died 20 years ago. At one time Mr. and Mrs. Gallup taught together in the school at Macedon. In 1837 Mrs. Gallup united with the Presbyterian church and for 75 years she was an active and faithful member. For 70 years she was a teacher in the Sunday school and was instrumental in organizing the Women's Missionary Society of that church. Mrs. Gallup is survived by a son, William B. Gallup, of this village, with whom she made her home, and a daughter, Mrs. O. S. Bacon of Canandaigua. Funeral services were held at the home on Sunday afternoon, Rev. F. W. Hill, pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiating. Interment was made in Boughton Hill cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 11 February 1905

Mrs. Nellie Gallup
died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver, of Elm street at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, aged 22 years. The funeral will be held from the house at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, Rev. C. E. Jewell officiating. The remains will be taken to Waterloo for burial.

From Ontario County Journal 14 March 1890

William Gallup, an old resident and successful merchant of Victor, suddenly fell dead in his store Saturday afternoon of rheumatism of the heart, aged 72. For about forty years he had carried on business in the store where he died, and during the past few years his only son, William, had been his partner. He also leaves a widow.

From Ontario County Journal 16 August 1901

Mrs. Saphronia Eastman Galpin
died at the home of her son, Rev. L. Q. Galpin, Main street, on Saturday, at the advanced age of 95 years, and on Monday afternoon was laid to rest in Woodlawn beside her husband who died in 1885. Mrs. Galpin had resided in Canandaigua since 1883, when she and her husband came here to live with their son. She was born in Waterville, Oneida county. Her parents had settled there from New England. Through a long and diversified life, she was noted for her industry and religious and intellectual strength. She and her husband proved loyal to the flag of the union during the civil war, while living between the lines of the contending armies near Fall Church, Va. This loyalty cost them the loss of much property, and it was attended by great self denial and suffering. When old age compelled her to give up the more active life, it by no means deprived her of the full enjoyment of the mental faculties. She was a great reader, and keenly interested in the events of the day. She was a devoted Christian woman, and her exemplary life was an inspiration to those about her. Besides her son, Rev. L. Q. Galpin, there survive her two sons, Eastman J. Galpin of Fall Church, Va., and Clinton S. Galpin of Earlville; and two daughters, Mrs. M. G. Sherman of Charlotte, Mich., and Mrs. Attilla Viele of Stepny, Conn.

From Clifton Springs Press 26 March 1914

The death of Lawrence Galula occurred at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sarah J. Stevens, on Hibbard avenue, on Sunday morning. The deceased was born in Canada 93 years ago. During the past six years he had made his home with his daughter, where he died. Although quite strong for one of his age, he had been failing in health for the past two months, the direct cause of his death being a cerebral hemorrhage. He is survived by two sons, George Galula of Elkhart, Ind., and John Galula of Canandaigua; and two daughters, Mrs. Sarah J. Stevens of this village, and Miss Harriet Galula of Geneva. The funeral services were held at this late home on Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, the Rev. V. A. Sage, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating. Burial was made in Brookside Cemetery at Shortsville.

From Ontario County Times 8 February 1882

Shortsville, N. Y. -  The wife of Mr. Galula,
who lives two and one-half miles west of this place, died suddenly of paralysis Friday evening. The funeral services Sunday afternoon were conducted by the Rev. J. H. Lee of Canandaigua. The remains were interred in the new cemetery.

From Phelps Citizen 31 May 1906

Tuesday morning occurred the sudden death of Clark Galusha, at the home of his niece, Mrs. Charles Reese, south of Clifton Springs. He had been out working in the garden when he felt ill and went into the house. Soon after he died. A physician was summoned, who pronounced the cause of death heart failure. Mr. Galusha was born in Otsego county in 1824, and married Miss Emma Burnett of Phelps. Four children were born to them. Mr. Galusha was a member of the Fiftieth Engineers and was a member of Gordon Granger Post. He was also a member of the Methodist church of Clifton Springs for many years. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. T. V. Fox and Mrs. Charles Schultz of Clifton Springs, and George Galusha of Orleans.

From Naples Record 15 June 1927

At his home in Clifton Springs occurred the death early Monday morning, June 15, of George S. Galusha, aged 69 years. Mr. Galusha formerly lived in Naples and conducted a shoe store here for a number of years. He was a member of Phelps Grange. For six years he was superintendent of highways of the town of Phelps. Besides his wife, Mrs. Mary Galusha, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Amanda Schultz and Mrs. Truman V. Fox, all of Clifton Springs. Funeral services will be held from the home this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Harry Stubbs, pastor of the Clifton Springs Methodist Church, and burial will be made in Orleans cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 15 July 1933

Clifton Springs, N. Y. - 
The funeral of Mrs. Mary I. Galusha, who died Tuesday after a long illness, was held from the residence on Pleasant Street Thursday afternoon, Rev. B. A. Little officiating. Burial was in the Orleans Cemetery. Mrs. Galusha was a lifelong member of the Methodist church and is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Glen D. Smith of Clifton Springs. 

From Geneva Daily Times 6 December 1915

Ellsworth E. Gambee
of No. 12 Castle street, died this morning at 6 o'clock at his home. He is survived by his wife; one daughter, M. Eunice Gambee of Geneva; his father, Edgar Gambee of Rochester; three brothers, Frank of Rochester, Henry of Buffalo, and Joseph of Newark, N. J. Mr. Gambee was a Spanish War Veteran and a member of the Bar Keepers' Union.

From Geneva Daily Times 22 November 1910

John H. Gambee,
who for over thirty years was employed as coachman for Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Miller at Lochland, died this morning at 9 o'clock at the Hygienic Institute. Mr. Gambee was about 69 years old. He was born in the Town of Varick. He was a most conscientious and faithful employee and since he first entered the employ of Mrs. Miller, he never was known to miss a train which he had been sent to meet. Last November when he drove to the station to meet Mrs. Emeline Pankhurst, the English suffragette, he was taken ill with pneumonia and was moved to the hospital. After several weeks he recovered and retained his ability to drive all last winter but on the 3d of April last, he was again taken with a severe attack of pneumonia and was in the hospital for six weeks. He had nearly recovered when he suffered a stroke of paralysis which affected his eyes and hands and he never recovered the use of these. Since June he had been a patient at the Hygienic Institute. He is survived by four children; one son, Floyd Gambee of Syracuse; three daughters, Lottie Gambee of Syracuse, Mrs. Jessie B. Abbott of Brooklyn and Mrs. Blanche Ferguson of Los Angeles, Cal.; two brothers, Edgar H. Gambee of Rochester and Millard Filmore Gambee of Romulus; two sisters, Mrs. Pierson Dey of Fayette, N. Y., and Mrs. Armanda Lerch of Springville, N. Y. The remains will be taken to the home of Mrs. Miller on Lochland Road where the funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock, Rev. J. Wilford Jacks officiating. All friends of the deceased are invited to the service. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery on land formerly owned by Colonel and Mrs. Miller.

From Geneva Daily Times 18 October 1909

William H. Gambee,
a prominent farmer in this section died yesterday morning at the family residence on the Carter Road, after a brief illness with pneumonia. The deceased was at one time one of the most prominent and influential Democrats in this vicinity. He was elected on that ticket's a number of times as highway commissioner, excise commissioner and a number of other office. Mr. Gambee was 79 years old. He is survived by his widow and one daughter, Mrs. Edward Hopper of Lyons. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at one o'clock. Rev. D. H. Craver, pastor of the North Presbyterian church will officiate. Interment will be at Lyons.

From Ontario County Journal 29 March 1901

Naples, N. Y. - 
The death of John Gams removes not only a good citizen, but thins the ranks of the veterans of the war of the rebellion. He died on Thursday, March 21, after nine months of prostration. His age was 60 years and 6 months. His birthplace was Bavaria, where he spent his youth. In 1863 he came to this country, settling in Hammondsport. Before he was able to speak English, he enlisted in company G, 22 N. Y. Cavalry, and served nobly til discharged in August, 1865. He came to Naples that year and bought grape land, to which he added in later years, and became one of the heaviest producers in this section. He married in 1866 Miss Matilda Bergman, who, with seven children, survives him. His was the first death in the family. He was an active member of Bingham post and was buried with military honors. He was also one of the original members of Unland lodge, D. O. H., and its most faithful adherent. This body acted as escort in the funeral procession. He had a fine home on West avenue, which he built soon after he came here. As a useful man and for integrity and uprightness, he ranked among the best.

From Phelps Citizen 23 March 1916

Mrs. Anna Gannett,
widow of the late Horace Gannett, died on Wednesday morning, March 22, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bernard Sweeney, on the state road west of the village of Phelps, aged 84 years. Mrs. Gannett had been suffering from an attack of grip for about a month, from the effects of which she died, but previously had been in fairly good health. She was born near Syracuse, her maiden name being Garrett, and came to Phelps to reside many years ago and here her husband died and was buried. She is survived by one son, William Gannett of Lyons; and three daughters, Mrs. Emma Sweeney of Phelps, Mrs. Mary Montanye of Cheshire, and Mrs. Matilda Case of Bristol. The funeral will be held from the house at 2 o'clock on Friday afternoon, Rev. H. B. Reddick, pastor of the Clifton Springs Methodist church officiating and interment will be made in the Clifton Springs cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 5 February 1908

Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
Tuesday afternoon at his late residence, east of this village, were held the funeral services of Horace B. Gannett, whose death occurred on Sunday night. The deceased had been in poor health for the past several years. He was 79 years old and had been a resident of this vicinity for the past thirty years. He was married to Miss Sarah N. Garrett in 1853 and she and their four children, William Gannett, who resides on a farm in Gypsum; Mrs. Julia Case of Canandaigua; Mrs. Mort Montanyne of Cheshire; and Mrs. Bernard Sweeney, who lives at home, survive. The interment was made in the Clifton Springs cemetery. The pastor of the Methodist church, Rev. P. H. Reigel, officiated at the funeral services.

From Ontario County Chronicle 19 December 1900

Manchester, N. Y. - Mrs. Mary Gannon,
an old and respected resident of this town, died at her home, north of this village, on Saturday morning, aged 80 years. Funeral was held at the Catholic Church of Palmyra on Monday morning at 10 o'clock.

From Geneva Daily Times 4 September 1909

Fred Gardiner,
a barber 35 years of age, who is well-known in this city, committed suicide this morning in Phelps by drinking carbolic acid. He was found shortly after 11 o'clock in a dying condition in the Phelps Hotel, where he lodged. The discovery was made by a porter who had occasion to go to his room. Dr. F. D. Van Derhoof was called, but it was too late to save his life. He purchased the acid which he took at a Phelps drug store this morning at 9 o'clock upon the pretext that he desired to us it in his shop. Gardiner at various times has been employed in Geneva. Several years ago he worked for some time in the Imperial Barber shop conducted by F. E. Stillwell at No. 16 Linden street. He also worked for J. F. Duffy in his shop at No. 43 Seneca street, and at the Kirkwood Hotel barber shop. He went from Geneva to Phelps about a year ago and worked for a time in the shop conducted by Charles Chittenden. Last spring he again returned to Geneva, securing a position in the Kirkwood shop. From here he went to Elmira, but about six weeks ago returned to Phelps where he took charge of the shop in the Citizen building. About a week ago he began drinking heavily and yesterday he was ejected from his shop. It is believed that despondency was the motive which prompted him to commit suicide. He is survived by a mother in St. Louis, three brothers in Elmira and a widow and child, who are said to reside in Geneva. It is said that his wife was seen on the street here today.

From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 3 June 1912

Canandaigua, N. Y., June 2 -
The body of Mrs. Amelia Gardner, who resided alone in a house in Bristol, ten miles southwest of this village, was found in her residence Saturday morning. The woman, who was 77 years of age, had been missed from about her place and neighbors investigated. Coroner Barton T. McDowell of Bristol Center, was summoned and decided that the woman died from natural causes, probably being stricken with paralysis while preparing for bed Friday night. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Bert Foster, who resides on the west shore of Canandaigua lake. The funeral was held from the Bristol Center Church this morning at 11 o'clock.

From Victor Herald 11 April 1918

Amos Morton Gardner
died on Tuesday morning, at the age of 87 years, after seven years of great suffering with cancer, which was borne with admirable fortitude. Mr. Gardner was held in the highest esteem by a wide circle of friends, who deeply regret his death, while rejoicing that he has been released from suffering. Amos Morton Gardner was born in the town of Webster, November 30, 1832, being one of 16 children of Thomas and Matilda Gardner. In young manhood he married Miss Lydia Aldrich, at the home of the bride in Farmington, where 22 years of their married life was spent, and where Mrs. Gardner died six years ago. Mr. Gardner had since made his home with his sons, Ray and Cassius, both residents of Farmington. The deceased is survived by the two sons, a grandson, Oscar Gardner of Farmington; two sisters, Mrs. James Clark of Fairport and Mrs. George McCumber of Walworth, and four brothers, Jerome of Fairport, Samuel of Walworth, George of Webster and Sylvester of Victor. The funeral services were private because of illness in the family and were held at the family home, three miles east of Victor, on Thursday afternoon, the Rev. James W. Allatt officiating. Interment was made in the family plot in North Farmington cemetery.

From Shortsville Enterprise 28 February 1913

Farmington, N. Y. -
The death of Mrs. Amos Gardner occurred at her home in this township on Friday last, after a long illness. She leaves her husband and two sons, Cassius and Roy Gardner, all of Farmington, and one brother, Cassius Aldrich of Victor. The funeral was held on Monday.

From Ontario County Journal 22 March 1907

Mrs. Anna B. Gardner,
widow of John W. Gardner, died at the home of her son, E. J. Gardner, at Farmington, on Sunday, aged nearly 91 years. She was a daughter of Isaac and Charity Cotton, who settled in Farmington in 1811. Of her eight children, six survive: George W. of Lyons; Mrs. Charlotte Jackson of Macedon; Mrs. Ann E. Markham, Leonard W., Edwin J. and Charles H. of Farmington.

From Fairport Herald  18 December 1918

Farmington, N. Y., Dec. 16 - Mrs. Annette Gardner,
wife of the late Rev. Sunderlin P. Gardner, passed away at her home in this town Saturday morning, aged 82 years. She was born in Meadville, Pa., August 24, 1836, and was the daughter of William and Sarah Lord Bell. She attended the Macedon Academy for two years and in 1863 was married to Rev. Sunderlin P. Gardner of Farmington. She leaves three sons, Anson L. Gardner of Canandaigua; Sunderlin P. Gardner and Oscar B. Gardner of this town; and six grandchildren. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at one o'clock from her late home and at two o'clock from the Hicksite meeting house in Farmington, and interment was made in North Farmington cemetery.

From Geneseo Livingston Republican 21 August 1941

Funeral services for Mrs. Anson L. Gardner, 67, who died Monday morning, August 11, at F. F. Thompson hospital, where she had been ill for ten weeks, were held from the home in North avenue, Canandaigua, Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. Stephen S. Pratt officiating. Interment was made in North Farmington Friends cemetery. Mrs. Gardner was Edith May Clapper, daughter of Abraham and Elizabeth Appleton, and was born in Canandaigua. She was married August 29, 1901,to Anson L. Gardner and had since been associated almost continuously with him in his law practice. She was a graduate of Geneseo Normal School. Mrs. Gardner was a member of Canandaigua grange, No. 1062; Community Garden Club; the Society of Friends, Farmington meeting; and of the Canandaigua Methodist church and the Brooks class. Besides her husband, survivors are a son and two daughters, Sunderland P. Gardner, Buffalo; Miss Elizabeth A. Gardner, College Park, Me.; and Miss Edith M. Gardner, Canandaigua; also two brothers, Abraham L. Clapper, Canandaigua, and Arthur H. Clapper, Lakemont.

From Victor Herald, February 15, 1951

C. H. GARDNER of Farmington Dies at 93

FarmingtonCharles H. Gardner, 93, died Monday evening, Feb. 12, at the home of his son, Charles R. Gardner, Farmington.  He had been ill about a week.

Mr. Gardner was born in this town Oct. 5, 1857, and was a descendant of one of the town's oldest and strongest families.  He was the youngest son of John W. Gardner and Anna B. Gardner.

On Oct. 19, 1882, he was united in marriage to a schoolmate Clara E. Lombard.  His bride was living in Addison, Mich., with her parents George and Clarissa Lombard, having moved from Farmington in 1874.  Mrs. Gardner died on January 10, 1938.

Mr. Gardner had been engaged in numerous enterprises.  When a youth he worked on the farm by the month in the summer and attended school during the winter.  He learned the carpenter trade and was a successful contractor and builder.  He owned and operated a farm on which he built the fine home where he died.  This has been occupied by his son and family for a number of years.  He served the town as superintendent of highways for ten years and as justice of the peace for two terms.

After his retirement in 1918 he undertook the arduous task of compiling the Gardner genealogy and traced the family tree from 1583 to 1922.  It was printed in book form in 1923 by Walter H. Jenkins, proprietor of a Quaker Printing House of Philadelphia, Pa.

In 1934 he wrote an interesting and detailed history of the town of Farmington from the pioneer days of 1788.  He also wrote a number of poems to fit different occasions and most of them were printed in various periodicals.  Mr. Gardner from time to time contributed to this newspaper.

Mr. Gardner was superintendent of the North Farmington Friends cemetery from 1921 to 1946, when he resigned because of his advanced years.  He never lost his interest in the fine grounds he had made beautiful with flowerbeds in unoccupied portions.

A member of the religious Society of Friends, he was one of the few old-time Quakers left in this section.  At the last monthly meeting which was held at the Friend's church on the evening of Jan. 25, Mr. Gardner read an inspiring history of the old-time Friends which he had compiled from facts and with which he was thoroughly familiar.

Mr. Gardner was genuinely esteemed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.  His loyalty and kindness and his great human interest in people made him a fitting example for the younger generations to follow.  He will be deeply missed in the community where he spent almost all of his long and useful life and where he was looked upon as a wise counselor and friend.

He was a member of Farmington Grange, having joined in 1896.  He was awarded a Golden Sheaf certificate for 50 years of membership and was made an honorary life member of the organization.  He was also an honorary member of the WCTU.

Mr. Gardner is survived by one son, Charles R. Gardner of this town, and one daughter Mrs. Charles A. Rice of Aloquin; eight grandchildren, Mrs. Lloyd Wells, Mrs. Edward De Brock and Mrs. Howard Delano, all of Farmington; Miss Florence M. Green of Aloquin, Mrs. Harold Davis of Cambria Heights, L.I., George H. Greene of Rochester, Walter R. Gardner of Macedon and Harry W. Gardner of Holcomb; eleven great-grandchildren, and a great-great-grandchild; also several nieces and nephews.

A prayer service will be held at the home of his son, Charles R. Gardner, at 2 this (Friday) afternoon, followed by funeral rites at 2:30 in the Farmington Friends' Church, with Kent R. Larrabee, pastor, officiating.  The casket will be placed in the vault of the North Farmington Friends' cemetery.

Kindly donated by Chris Morrell. 

From Fairport Herald Mail  19 August 1941

Farmington, Aug. 12 -
Friends here received word of the death Monday morning of Mrs. Edith May Gardner, wife of Attorney Anson L. Gardner of Canandaigua, at the F. F. Thompson Memorial Hospital, where she had submitted to an operation several weeks ago. Edith May Gardner was born in Canandaigua Jan. 13, 1874, the daughter of the late Abraham and Elizabeth Clapper. Since her marriage Aug. 29, 1901, she has been associated with her husband in the practice of law in Canandaigua city. Mrs. Gardner was a member of the Methodist church in Canandaigua, the Society of Friends, Farmington meeting, the Community Garden club, and of Canandaigua Grange. She is survived by her daughter, Anson L. Gardner of Canandaigua; one son, Sunderland P. Gardner of Buffalo; two daughters, Miss Elizabeth A. Gardner of College Park, Maine, and Miss Edith M. Gardner of Canandaigua; two brothers, Abraham Clapper of Canandaigua and Arthur Clapper of Lakemount. Funeral services will be held at the home Wednesday afternoon, Rev. S. S. Pratt of Canandaigua officiating. Interment in North Farmington Cemetery.

From Shortsville Enterprise 8 December 1937

Edward L. Gardner,
one of Farmington's oldest residents, passed away very suddenly at his home on Saturday, Dec. 4. He was born in this town on Jan. 31 1854, and had lived here all his life. Surviving, beside his wife, Elvora, are two sisters, Mrs. Edward Betz and Mrs. Carrie Cotton; one son, Grover; and a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Reynolds, all of Farmington; two sons, Henry of Canandaigua and Thomas of the State of Texas; another daughter, Mrs. Esther Spink of Penfield; also ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon from the home of the daughter, Mrs. Reynolds, and at 3 o'clock from the Farmington Friends Church. The remains were laid at rest in the Friends cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 9 January 1914

Elisha Watson Gardner
died at his home on Gibson street on Monday afternoon, aged 87 years and two months. He was born in the town of Farmington in November, 1826, the youngest but one of 12 children born to Elisha W. and Sarah Pattison Gardner, who had removed to Farmington from Albany county in 1810. His early days were spent on his father's farm. He was first educated in the district schools and then at Macedon academy, where he later taught higher mathematics and astronomy for several terms. He then entered Genesee Wesleyan Seminary at Lima, and when Genesee college was organized, he enrolled in that institution for the full course. In connection with his studies he practiced civil engineering and began reading law in the office of J. Harvey Wood. Mr. Gardner entered the senior class of the New York state and National Law university at Ballston Springs, where, in August, 1851, the degree of Bachelor of Law was conferred upon him by Chancellor Reuben H. Walworth, president of the university. In the meantime, he had been connected as a student in the law offices of Lapham, Metcalf and Peck in Canandaigua. He was admitted to the bar in September, 1851, at a general term of the Supreme Court held in Rochester. When Lapham, Metcalf and Peck removed to Atwater block, Mr. Gardner retained their offices, which were located where the Hubbell block now stands, and there he began the practice of law in September, 1951. Seven years later, when the post office was moved from Atwater block to the old court house, he secured the offices vacated by the post office and occupied them continuously until about four years ago, when Atwater block was torn down to make room for the new post office building. Since then, he had occupied offices in the Spangle building on Court street and in the Red Jacket building, giving up his offices and active practice in February, a year ago. There survives a daughter, Miss Mary J. Gardner; and a son, Edwin F. Gardner; his wife, Sarah Abigail Pound, whom he married in 1852; and a daughter, Helen A. Gardner, having died several years ago. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Guy L. Morrill, of the Presbyterian church, were attended from the residence on Wednesday afternoon, with interment in Woodlawn cemetery. The bearers were Frank A. Christian, Hon. Harry I. Dunton, Horace W. Fitch, Henry W. Hamlin, John D. Hanrahan and Hon. Robert F. Thompson.

From Shortsville Enterprise 12 January 1938

The death of Mrs. Ella E. Gardner, wife of Charles R. Gardner of Farmington, occurred at the home on Monday morning, following an attack of heart trouble, with which she was stricken just before Christmas. The deceased had been active, interested in and able to attend community affairs up until the last. The survivors are her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Grace L. Greene; one son, Charles R. Gardner, all of Farmington; five granddaughters and one great-grandson. Funeral services will be held from her late home at 2 o'clock and from Friends Church at 2:30 on Thursday afternoon. The remains will be interred in the North Farmington Cemetery.

From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 21 February 1918

Canandaigua, N. Y., Feb. 20 -
The death of Mrs. Euprasia E. Gardner, aged 84 years, occurred at the home of her son, Adelevan M. Gardner, in Chapin street, this morning. She leaves two sons, Adelevan and Adelbert Gardner, both of Canandaigua; also one brother, Galus Randall of this place. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 1 o'clock with Rev. W. E. Searles officiating. Interment will be at Academy cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 20 May 1910

Frank Gardner,
aged 58 years, of Farmington, committed suicide on Saturday by shooting himself through the mouth. Two sisters and five brothers survive. Coroner Armstrong of Canandaigua issued a certificate of death by suicide, he having found a note left by the man telling of his intention to take his life.

From Ontario County Journal 17 April 1903

Bristol Center, N. Y. - Harvey Gardner,
whose illness extended over several months, died early on Friday morning, aged 73 years. The deceased was born in Albany county on September 8, 1828, but had lived in this town about 50 years. He served in the Civil war nearly two years, being a member of Co., 4th Heavy Artillery. He is survived by his wife and daughter, Mrs. Albert H. Foster of Victoria Glen, Canandaigua lake. The funeral was held from the Methodist church on Sunday afternoon, Rev. Edward Stid officiating.

From Ontario County Chronicle 28 January 1903

Farmington, N. Y. - Mrs. Henriette Gardner
died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward C. Betz of this place, Monday evening. She patiently endured the most terrible suffering humanity is called upon to bear. Painful swellings on the neck and throat made breathing difficult and eating impossible. Like General Gradt, Mrs. Gardner met death by starvation. She was 73 years of age. She leaves one son, Anson L. Gardner of Canandaigua, and three daughters, Mrs. E. C. Betz and Mrs. Charles Cotton of Farmington, and Mrs. Edward Coon of Perinton; and one sister, Mrs. Boynton of Walworth.

From Ontario County Journal 14 August 1896

Bristol Springs, N. Y. - Isaac M. Gardner,
one of the oldest residents of this town, died on Tuesday, after having suffered intensely for some time. Mr. Gardner leaves a widow, two sons and a daughter to mourn his loss.

From Ontario County Times 23 June 1886

Hopewell Center, N. Y. - Mrs. Gardner, wife of James Gardner,
one of the County Superintendents, died last Sunday, after several weeks of suffering. Her son, William, who has been sick for some time and whose life was despaired of at one time, is slowly recovering.

From Geneva Gazette 5 July 1901

James Gardner
died at his residence, 76 Milton street, at 6:45 o'clock Saturday evening, aged 66 years.  Mr. Gardner had been ill for some time, and the cause of death was due to a general breaking down.  Mr. Gardner was born in Exeter, England, and removed to this country when a young man.  He had resided here and had been engaged in the tailoring business here for 45 years.  The deceased is survived by his wife and one daughter, Miss Bessie O. Gardner. The funeral took place from the house at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon,  Rev. Dr. Remick officiated.

From Geneva Advertiser 19 April 1904

John Gardner
died at his home on Pulteney street of typhoid fever last Saturday afternoon, April 16th, aged 71 years. He was born in Geneva, son of the old gunsmith, Wm. Gardner. He was a machinist, and had been in shops of Alfred Catchpole for nearly forty years. He leaves a widow, two sons and two daughters. Of his brothers and sisters, only one remains. Sam. Gardner of Waterloo. John was one of the originals who signed the call for the organization of the Geneva Native Society, originally 21, of whom but twelve now survive.

From Geneva Daily Times 16 April 1904

John Gardner,
a machinist, who was a life-long resident of this city, died at 2 o'clock this afternoon at his home, No. 202 Pulteney street, aged seventy-one. The deceased had been ill with typhoid fever for two weeks. He is survived by his widow, two daughters, Miss Bessie Gardner of Geneva and Mrs. E. H. Condit of Phelps, two sons, Samuel A. Gardner of Chicago and Edward B. Gardner of Elmira, and one brother, Samuel Gardner of Waterloo.  Burial Washington Street Cemetery. 

From Shortsville Enterprise 18 September 1913

The death of Mrs. Julia Bowerman Gardner, a highly respected resident of the township of Farmington, occurred at the Memorial hospital in Canandaigua last Friday after an illness following a serious operation on Sept. 6. Mrs. Gardner was born September 30, 1869, and has resided in Farmington all her life, with the exception of one year spent in Macedon. She was educated at Macedon Academy and Lima Seminary. On December 27, 1897, she was married to Oscar Gardner, of Farmington, a son of the renowned preacher, the late Sunderlin P. Gardner. Besides her husband, she leaves two daughters, Misses Belle and Florence, and one son, Oscar; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford S. Bowerman; three sisters, Mrs. Matie Hurlburt of Keuka Lake; Miss Martha, who resides at home; and Mrs. Florence Fallman of Macedon; and four brothers, Silas of Okemue, Mich.; Jerome, of Farmington; Robert, of Holcomb, and Manly, of Farmington. The funeral was held on Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the house and 2 o'clock from the Friends church, Rev. Mr. Wilson, of Philadelphia, officiating. Burial was made in the North Farmington cemetery.

From Victor Herald 4 April 1918

The death of Mrs. Julia Putnam Gardner, a highly respected life-time resident of Farmington, occurred at her home at 2 o'clock on Saturday morning, after many months of illness during which she had the heartfelt sympathy of all who knew her. Julia Putnam was born in the town of Farmington on February 15th, 1845. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Putnam, were born in Germany, coming to this country in their younger days and settling in the town of Farmington, where their daughter grew to womanhood. On June 19, 1865, her marriage to Sylvester Gardner took place and there amid the old familiar surroundings their married life has been passed.

She is survived by her husband, Sylvester Gardner; by one son, Lewis Gardner, both of Farmington, and by a sister, Mrs. Marguerite Post of North Greece, N. Y. The funeral services were conducted from the family home in Farmington at 2:30 o'clock on Monday afternoon, the Rev. James W. Allatt of the Methodist Episcopal church in Victor officiating. Interment was made in the North Farmington cemetery.

From Shortsville Enterprise 28 March 1929

Farmington, N. Y. - Leonard Wilkinson Gardner,
aged 85 years, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Rouch, of Walworth Station, early Sunday morning. Mr. Gardner was born May 13, 1843, in Ontario, Wayne county, the second son of John Wilkinson and Anna B. Gardner. On July 24, 1864, he married Ann Eliza Laird of Palmyra, who survives him. Mr. Gardner had been a resident of this vicinity for many years before going to make his home with his daughter. He was well-known throughout this section, having been engaged in working for several different enterprises. Besides his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. L. Adella Rouch of Walworth Station; one granddaughter, Mrs. Nellie Rouch Griswold; one great-granddaughter, Miss Ila Griswold of Walworth; and two brothers, Edwin J. and Charles H. Gardner of Farmington. The funeral was held from the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Rouch at 2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. Burial was made in the North Farmington Cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 16 October 1896

Shortsville, N. Y. -  Mrs. Lucretia Gardner,
widow of Nicholas Gardner, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Clara M. Cole, on Wednesday morning, Oct. 7, of heart disease, at the age of 78 years and 5 months. She had been ailing for some time, but was confined to her bed for about a week. She was born in Farmington but spent most of her life in Michigan, having returned to this state two years ago. She leaves three sisters and three brothers, besides a son, Alonzo Gardner, who resides in Michigan. The funeral services were held from the M. E. church in this village on Friday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. E. C. Long, pastor of the Baptist church of Manchester, officiating. The text chosen, "At Evening Time it Shall be Light," Zacharia xiv, 7, was very appropriate to her life. Interment was in the new cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 21 November 1890

Chapinville, N. Y. - Mrs. M. L. Gardner died on Thursday last at 4:30 p.m. at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Nelson Angel. She had been a sufferer a long time with an internal disease which affected her lungs and causing a slow and sure death. She leaves three grown-up children, Charles Gardner of Gorham, John Gardner of Baldwinsville, and Mrs. Angell, of this place, all of whom are married. We speak of her as a kind mother, and had many friends, all of them doing all they could to relieve her in this great trial, for which the family extend thanks. Her age was 65.

From Geneva Gazette 10 September 1886

Died in this village this morning, Mrs. Mary Gardner, relict of the late William Gardner, aged 86 years and 5 months.  The deceased had been a resident of Geneva for nearly seventy years, having come here in 1817.  She had a family of seven children, five of whom survive and tearfully surrounded her dying bed.  She and her husband were the second couple married in Trinity Church.  She resided in the old homestead on Pulteney street sixty-five consecutive years.

From Geneva Daily Times 18 November 1912

Mrs. Mary Gardner,
widow of John Gardner, died last evening at 6:45 o'clock at her late home, corner of Pulteney and Cortland streets. She would have been 80 years old October 3d. Her survivors are two sons, S. A. Gardner of Chicago and E. H. Gardner of Elmira; two daughters, Mrs. C. H. Condit of Phelps and Miss Augusto Gardner of this city. The funeral will take place Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the house. Rev. Floyd Appleton will officiate and interment will be Washington Street Cemetery.

From Ontario County Times 9 April 1884

Hopewell, N. Y. -
The funeral of Mrs. Nettie A. Gardner, wife of Charles Gardner, was attended last Thursday from the residence of her father, Simon Spangle. There was a large attendance. She leaves a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn her loss. Rev. P. McKinstry and Rev. W. J. Mills officiated.

From Ontario County Journal 9 November 1906

The death of Mrs. Sarah Abigail Pound Gardner, wife of Elisha W. Gardner, occurred at the family home on Gibson street on Tuesday morning. Mrs. Gardner was the daughter of William and Mary Newton Goodale Pound. She was born at Lockport on Dec. 7, 1832. Her marriage to Mr. Gardner took place on Nov. 30, 54 years ago, and she had ever since been a resident of Canandaigua. She leaves besides her husband, one daughter, Miss Mary J. Gardner; one son, Edwin P. Gardner; and one brother, Edwin H. Pound of Lawing, Mo. Mrs. Gardner was a member of the Presbyterian church and was interested in all its activities. The funeral was held from her late home yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. L. M. Sweet officiating. The interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 20 March 1920

Thomas Gardner
died at his home, 11 Twoomey Place, this morning, at eight o'clock, after a short illness. He is survived by his wife, one son, Irving, and one daughter, Elizabeth. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock with the Rev. E. B. Topping officiating. Interment will be made in Glenwood Cemetery.

From Fairport Herald 2 October 1918

The funeral of Warren Gardner, who was 86 years old, was held from the Friends' church on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 24, at three o'clock. Interment was made in the North Farmington cemetery beside his son, Madison Gardner, who died a few years ago.

From Geneva Gazette 24 February 1882

Death of William Gardner, Sr. - This venerable citizen died at ten o'clock last evening, in the 89th year of his age.  Few men in town were better known or more universally respected.  Mr. Gardner was born in Canandaigua, Sept. 25 1793; came to Geneva in 1815, and in 1817 was married, locating on the premises on Pulteney street, where he has ever since resided.  His trade was that of gunsmith, and before the making of firearms by machinery many of the best specimens, particularly of rifles, were the production of his handiwork.  His shop was headquarters of military men and sportsmen for a wide circle around Geneva, to whom he dispensed hospitality with a liberal hand.  About eighteen years ago he met with the greatest misfortune which can befall man -- he became blind, and that calamity, of course, ended his career as a mechanic.  He has borne his infirmity with patience, even cheerfulness, and otherwise his strong physical faculties remained unimpaired up to within three weeks of his death. The afflicted widow and five of six children survive him -- all of whom will be present to pay the last tribute of respect and affection to one who was ever kind, faithful and indulgent in his domestic relations.  The funeral will take place on Monday, Feb. 27th, at 2:30 p.m. from Trinity Church.  Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.

From Geneva Daily Times 25 March 1919

William H. Gardner,
aged 76 years, died at noon today at his home, 88 Cortland street, after being ill for this past two years following an injury which he received while in the employ of the Boyd Decorating Company. Mr. Gardner was a member of the Painters' Union. The surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. M. T. Booth of Rochester, and Miss Bessie Gardner of this city; and a son, William K. Gardner, of Gage.

From Ontario County Journal 27 October 1911

Naples, N. Y. -  Mrs. Harriet Rowell Garfield,
nearly a lifelong resident of Naples and vicinity, died at her home on Elizabeth street, Oct. 20, at the age of 82. She was born in Richmond. Her parents, Daniel and Lucinda Rowell, had 12 children, eight daughters and four sons, who reached maturity. Three of the sons were soldiers in the Civil War, two of whom are yet living, Shepherd and Benjamin of Wayland. None of the sisters is living. Deceased married Solomon Garfield in 1846, coming to Naples to reside. Her husband died 22 years ago. He was noted as being the strongest man in the town. They had six children, three of whom are living: Mrs. McMichael of Rochester; Mrs. George Brown and Mrs. John Reese of Naples. Mrs. Garfield was a kind and companionable woman and had many friends. She was a member of the Methodist church. At the funeral held Monday, her former pastor, Rev. James Moss, came from Rush to officiate. He was assisted by the present pastor, Rev. D. O. Chamberlayne. The burial was in Rose Ridge.

From Geneva Daily Times 15 November 1906

Mrs. Eliza Garforth, aged 56 years, died last evening at 8:00 o'clock at her home in Seneca Castle. She is survived by one daughter. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock from her late residence. Rev. Mr. Farnham, pastor of the Presbyterian church will officiate, and interment will be in Whitney cemetery.

Obituary of Joseph Garlinghouse

What follows is the transcription from the Canandaigua paper of the obituary of Joseph Garlinghouse. (9/14/1784 - 2/22/1862)  He was a Civil War Veteran & Ontario County Sheriff.  The clarifying parentheses in the transcription are from the transcriber.

A fact of unusual interest is that Joseph Garlinghouse was the great, great grandfather of Katherine Hepburn.

Death of  an Old Citizen

 The veteran Joseph Garlinghouse, formerly and for many years a prominent and influential citizen of this county, died suddenly at Leroy, at the residence of his daughter, on Saturday morning last.  He came from Albany the Thursday previous, stopping over night at his home in Auburn, and proceeding the next day to Leroy.  He passed through this place (Canandaigua) on Friday afternoon about four o'clock and spoke to some of our citizens at the depot, appearing to be in the enjoyment of his usual good health and even more than ordinarily active and cheerful.  Arriving at his destination at Leroy in the evening, he was observed to be in excellent spirits, and retired at a late hour with every indication of sound health.  In the morning he was found dead on the floor beside his bed, and quite cold.  He had probably been dead some hours.  The disease which thus suddenly terminated his life is supposed to have been apoplexy, of which he had previously had several severe attacks.

As before remarked, Mr. Garlinghouse was formerly a resident of this county, (Ontario) and for a great number of years he exercised a large influence here in political and public affairs.  He twice held the office of Sheriff, first from 1825 to 1828, and again from 1834 to 1837.  He greatly distinguished himself as a faithful and capable officer, and in the various other public positions which he subsequently held, ever acquitted himself with the highest credit, discharging whatever duties devolved upon him, with the most scrupulous fidelity and with such promptitude and discretion as won for him the respect and warm friendship of all with whom he became intimately acquainted.  With but very limited educational advantages, he was enabled by his great native capacity and an indomitable will, which never yielded to any obstacle, to make for himself a name and reputation that the proudest might envy.  He was indeed “a diamond in the rough” and in all the relations of life was esteemed a man of rare virtues.  He was a firm friend, a public spirited patriotic citizen, thoroughly democratic in all his instincts and rigidly honest - aiming to fulfill every obligation to the letter, and holding his word sacred under all circumstances.

While a resident of this county his home was at Allen’s Hill in the town of Richmond, where he had a large farm and was extensively involved in agricultural operations.  He was at one time the owner of a handsome property, but several years ago met with some pecuniary reverses which swept away the larger share of his hard earned wealth, and left him in his old age comparatively poor.

And yet he did not despair, but resolutely set himself to work to earn an honest living, which he did to the last day of his long and useful life.  In 1857 Lieut. Governor Selden appointed him Janitor of our State Senate, and he was retained in that position until he died.  “Peace to his ashes.”  It will be long before we look upon his like again.  He was 77 years old in September last.

Transcribed by Charles W. Hopkins; thank you, Charles.
ggg grandson of Joseph

From Ontario County Repository & Messenger 31 July 1872

Death of LEMAN B. GARLINGHOUSE - In our last week's paper we gave an account of the severe accident that befel Mr. Garlinghouse. We little thought then, that his injuries would terminate fatally. But from the first hour after his removal home, he sank rapidly, and on Thursday evening the dread messenger of death came, and "life's fitful fever" had ended forever. Mr. Garlinghouse was a son of the late Sheriff Garlinghouse of this county. He had long been engaged in active business here where his life was passed. He was one of our most enterprising and active business men, and by his industry at one time had accumulated more than a competency. But through the vicissitudes of fortune, and the adverse termination of litigations, in the last few years he had seen his hard earned money take wings and pass into the hands of others. However much fortune had frowned upon him, he was not one to bow down to it, but on the contrary he had already matured his plans for the future, and had entered into arrangements with Hon. Jarvis Lord to superintend a distillery at Pittsford. Mr. Garlinghouse will leave a vacant place in our midst, that will be long before it is filled. In common with the whole community we tender to his afflicted family our warmest sympathy in this the hour of their dire misfortune.

From Canandaigua Chronicle 8 March 1905

Allen's Hill, N. Y. -
On Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25, 1905, occurred the death of Mrs. Lucy Garlinghouse in Allen's Hill, aged 79 years. Mrs. Garlinghouse was loved and respected by all who knew her. She is survived by one son, Stoughton, five daughters, Mrs. M. Ward of Livonia; Mrs. A. Briggs of Bristol; Mrs. F. Hoagland of Honeoye; Mrs. E. Allen and Miss Helen Allen of this place.

From Ontario County Journal 3 May 1895

Honeoye, N. Y. -
The funeral of Nelson A. Garlinghouse, who died, after a lingering illness, on Saturday, April 27, aged 83 years, was held from his late home on Monday afternoon. Deceased was a brother of the late Leman B. Garlinghouse, once of Canandaigua.

From Geneva Daily Times 6 November 1897

Phelps, N. Y. -
The remains of Alfred Garlock of Bozeman, Mont., whose sudden death occurred there last week under suspicious circumstances, arrive in Phelps yesterday forenoon. The funeral will be held this afternoon at the home of his father, Peter Garlock, and interment made in the Phelps cemetery. The deceased, who was only about 25 years of age, was the youngest son of Mr. Garlock. It is thought the young man's death was due to poisoning from strychnine, which was put into the sugar which they used.

From Ontario County Times 12 February 1890

Port Gibson, N. Y. -
Sunday morning our community was shocked to hear of the death of Mr. George Garlock, which occurred Saturday evening, Feb. 8. He had been ill for 3 or 4 weeks with la grippe, but was able to be around and was down street the evening he died, and retired usually well. Between 10 and 11 o'clock, he roused his wife, called her by name, and in a few minutes was gone. He leaves a wife and five brothers.

From Geneva Daily Times 18 February 1904

Phelps, N. Y. - Peter Garlock,
an old and respected citizen of this village, died suddenly Wednesday morning. He was taken with a slight illness a few days ago, but on account of his rugged constitution no alarm was felt and his death, which occurred some time during the night, was wholly unexpected. Mr. Garlock was born in the town of Phelps, seventy-two years ago and a greater part of his life was spent in this village, where, with his son Charles, he conducted an apple brandy distillery whose output was greater than any similar plant in the United States. He also conducted a large farm a short distance north of Phelps. Mr. Garlock was married twice and is survived by his second wife and two children, Arthur and Grace. The children by his first wife who survive are, Mrs. Ella Lincoln and Thomas V. Garlock of Custer City, S. D.; Abram Garlock, Newark; Mrs. Frank Warner and Mrs. Alden Smith of Clifton Springs and Charles Garlock of Phelps.

From Ontario County Journey 5 November 1875

East Bloomfield, N. Y. -
While driving from the village to his home last Monday, Michael Garlva was thrown from his buggy, and in falling, struck on the back of his neck.  When taken up it was not thought that he was dangerously injured, but when Dr. Silvernail was called, which was not until the next morning, he discovered that the spine was dislocated between the shoulders, and that death must necessarily follow.  Mr. Garlva died on Tuesday night.  Funeral services were held at the Catholic Church on Thursday.

From Naples Record 16 July 1924

The neighborhood was saddened by the sudden death of Mrs. Abigail Garner at an early hour last Friday morning. Shw was the widow of Moses Garner, a Civil War veteran, and leaves two children, Fred Garner, of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Edith Reece of Illinois, who, with her daughter came for the funeral. She was a good Christian woman and will be greatly missed.

From Naples Record 14 June 1916

Moses Garner
died Saturday evening with heart trouble, almost 75 years old, and was born in Canada. He leaves his wife, and one son son, Fred of Gorham, and one daughter, Mrs. Charles Reese of Indiana. The funeral was held at the church Tuesday afternoon at 1:30, Rev. McKnight officiating.

From Shortsville Enterprise 5 February 1941

The death of August Garney occurred at his home in the township of Hopewell on Saturday. He was aged 77 years. He was a native of Belgium but had passed the greater part of his life in this vicinity. The survivors are his widow, one daughter, Mrs. A. L. Maslyn of Clifton Springs; three sons, Peter, Raymond and LeRoy Garney, all of Clifton Springs; a sister residing in Belgium; eight grandchildren; a great-granddaughter and several nieces and nephews. Obsequies were held from his late residence at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday morning and at 9:30 from St. Felix Church in Clifton Springs, with interment in St. Agnes Cemetery at that village.

From Shortsville Enterprise 6 December 1934

Alex Garno,
a native of Canada, died at his home in Manchester on Saturday morning, at the advanced age of 84 years. Born in that country on August 14, 1850, he came to Manchester about 41 years ago. He was married to Rose Cinie, who died on December 27, 1920. The survivors are three sons, Marshall Garno of Manchester, John Garno of LeRoy and Ephraim Garno of Shortsville; two sisters, Mrs. Harriet Johnson of Cohoes and Mrs. Julia Bascome of Hoosic Falls, and one brother, John Garno of North Adams, N. Y.; also seventeen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held from his late home on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock and from St. Dominic's church, Shortsville, at 9:30 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. John E. Napier. The remains were laid at rest in St. Rose cemetery, Shortsville.

From Ontario County Chronicle 27 March 1901

Naples, N. Y. - John Garns died at his home Friday morning at 10 o'clock. He was born in Rhine, Bavaria, in 1840, enlisted from Bath, N. Y., in the 22d New York Cavalry, was a prisoner of war at one time, was a member of Bingham Post, G. A. R., and was quartermaster of the same for many years. He was a vineyardist and at one time was president of the Naples Grape Growers' Association. He leaves three sons, William Garns of Hornellsville; John and Arthur Garns of Naples, and four daughters, Mrs. Roblin of Syracuse, Mary, Eva and Margarett Garns of Naples. His wife also survives him.

From Geneva Daily Times 2 January 1907

Naples, N. Y. - John Garns died suddenly Sunday night. His sister called him Monday morning but he did not answer. Going upstairs she found him lying on the floor of his room dead. He was 32 years old and a member of the German Lodge, D. O H. He was a grape grower. His mother, two brothers, four sisters survive him.

From Ontario County Journal 7 June 1895

Naples, N. Y. -
The sudden death of Hiram Garnsey on Sunday evening, shocked everyone. He was usually well in the morning, but as determined by the post mortem examination, ruptured his bowels while handling some calves. He lived 12 hours. He was a farmer, living on the Bristol road and was 64 years old. He was a good man and is sorely needed in his family. Funeral services were held on Wednesday and were largely attended.

From Ontario County Times 4 September 1889

Flint Creek, N. Y. -
The funeral of Charles Garratt was largely attended on Thursday, the 29th. Services were held at Emory Chapel, of which society he was a faithful member. Mr. Garratt was a native of England, having come to this country a great many years ago. He had, by his persevering industry and economy reared a large family and acquired a competency. He was very suddenly stricken down, having worked on his farm all day, and gone to bed as well as usual, when sometime in the night, his wife was aroused by his heavy breathing and before she could get assistance, he was gone. He was seventy-three years of age.

From Ontario County Journal 15 June 1900

The death of Mrs. Jane E. Garratt, wife of John Garratt, occurred at her home on Main street, on Tuesday, after an illness of six months. The deceased was 59 years of age and is survived by her husband and one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Barker. The funeral was held from the family residence on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. H. Wyse Jones officiating.

From Canandaigua Chronicle 29 May 1907

Saturday morning, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Margaret Barker, in Main street south, the death occurred from Bright's disease, of John Garratt, a resident of this village for many years. Mr. Garratt had been ill for about two months. He was born in Lincolnshire, England, and came to this country when only 6 or 7 years of age, taking up his residence here in 1880, where he has since remained, being 64 years of age at the time of decease. Surviving relatives are two brothers, one William Garratt of this place, and the other Edward P. Garratt of Italy Hollow; also four sisters, Mrs. Margaret Pierce of Canandaigua, Mrs. E. L. Blake and Ann Garratt of Stanley, and Mrs. Palmer of Hopewell. The  The funeral was held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock from Mrs. Barker's home, Rev. Ward Mosher officiating. The interment was in Woodlawn cemetery.

From Ontario County Chronicle 8 June 1904

Victor, N. Y. -
Last Saturday morning the remains of Mrs. Mary Garrison were brought here and the funeral was held at St. Patrick's church. Burial was made in the Catholic cemetery on High street. Mrs. Garrison was 74 years of age and had lived in this village for many years until a few months ago she went to live with her son at Palmyra, where she died on Wednesday, June 1. One son, Wm. Garrison, and one grandson, George Sloan of Farmington, survive.

From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 22 December 1928

Victor, Dec. 21 - John Garstang,
71, died suddenly this morning at the factory where he was employed. Besides his wife, he leaves three daughters, Mrs. George Hughes and Mrs. Charles Gregory of Victor, and Mrs. Harold Heathcote of Manchester, England; and three grandchildren, Mrs. Raymond LeRoy, Joseph Gregory and Alice Hughes, all of Victor. The funeral will be from the home in East Main street at 3 o'clock Sunday. Burial will be in Boughton Hill Cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 30 November 1917

The death of Ambrose Gartland, aged 63 years, occurred at the home in Pleasant street on Sunday, following a long illness. He leaves his widow and two daughters and a son, Mrs. Andrew Brady and Walter Gartland, of Canandaigua, and Mrs. William McNamara of Victor; also six brothers, Joseph of Rochester, John, Augustine and Michael of Deseranto, Canada, and Peter and Thomas Gartland of Bay City, Mich. Funeral services were held from St. Mary's church on Wednesday morning. Interment was in Calvary cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 21 May 1909

Ripe in years, a resident of Canandaigua for half a century and one of the few remaining participants in the Mexican war, John Gartland, Sr., passed away on Tuesday evening. Mr. Gartland was born in Johnstown, County Dublin, Ireland, 88 years ago. He came to America when a young man and the stirring events preceding the trouble with Mexico attracted him to enlist. He served throughout the brief war under Major General Joseph Anderson and was discharged at Fort Privel, Mex., in 1849. Soon afterward he came to Canandaigua, and had lived one day over 52 years in the same house on Parrish street. Mr. Gartland's wife died about 20 years ago. There survive one son, John Gartland, of the firm of Gartland & Perego, and one daughter, Mrs. Ellen Whalen, both of this place. Rev. James T. Dougherty will conduct the funeral services in St. Mary's church this morning.

From Geneva Daily Times 18 March 1918

Mrs. Ellen E. Garvey
died this morning at 8:15 o'clock at her home, 60 West avenue. She is survived by one daughter, Miss Mary E. Garvey; two sons, John and Edward Garvey; one sister, Mrs. Thomas Cannon, and one brother, Michael Brennan, all of this city.

From Geneva Gazette 12 November 1875

Michael Garvey
of East Bloomfield, was thrown from his wagon on Monday afternoon last, and had his neck dislocated. He was attended by Dr. Silvernail, and died Wednesday evening.  The accident occurred on the road just west of East Bloomfield. The man is said to have been intoxicated.  Can. Repos.

From Geneva Advertiser Gazette 21 December 1905

Michael Garvey,
who suffered a badly broken leg and internal injuries in the Nester malt house last Wednesday, died of these injuries last Sunday morning, blood poisoning having set in. He was aged 55 years and leaves a widow and three children. The body was taken from the city hospital to his home on West Avenue.

From Ontario County Times 16 January 1878

East Bloomfield, N. Y. -
Died, Patrick Garvey, at his residence, one and a half miles west of this village, one week ago last Thursday. Quick consumption was the cause of his death. Age 21 years, 6 months, 14 days. It will be remembered that his father died very suddenly a short time ago. Rev. Father Hughes officiated at St. Bridget's church.

From Geneva Daily Times 27 November 1908

Patrick Garvey,
aged 64 years, an employee in the city's highway department, died at 3:30 o'clock this morning at his home, No. 27 Clover street. The deceased was taken Wednesday night with acute heart disease which resulted in his death. He was born in Ireland, but had been a resident of this city for 26 years. Mr. Garvey is survived by his widow, five daughters, Mrs. George Dewey of New York City, Miss Mary Garvey of Buffalo and the Misses Margaret, Anna and Helen Garvey of Geneva; three sons, Martin, Patrick and William Garvey of Geneva, and two sisters, Mrs. Bridget O'Malley and Mrs. Margaret Jennings of Geneva.

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