"La" to "Lan" Obituaries



From Geneva Daily Times 22 February 1907

James Laboree,
aged 65 years, died this morning at 10:15 o'clock at the home of Lindsay French, No. 29 Pulteney street. He was a member of the Free and Accepted Masons of Alstead, N. H. About ten years ago he was the proprietor of a candy store which was then located in the International Hotel Block. He is survived by a son and a daughter, both of Niagara Falls, and two sisters of Keene, N. H. Burial in Glenwood Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 4 April 1908

The many friends of Willis E. LaBuff were shocked yesterday afternoon to hear of his sudden death, for he had apparently been in his usual health, although Thursday evening he complained of having pain about the heart. Yesterday morning he went as usual to his barber shop on Castle street but in the afternoon he remained home. Shortly after 2:30 he was taken violently ill. Dr. H. J. Knickerbocker was summoned, as was also Dr. C. C. Lytle. Dr. Knickerbocker was with him at the time of his death at 3 o'clock, and he pronounced death due to rheumatism of the heart. Mr. LaBuff was 50 years old and was born in Dexterville, Oswego county. About five years ago he came to this city and was in the employ of F. E. Stillwell, but for the past three years has conducted a barber shop of his own at No. 153 Castle street. He was a member of Old Castle Lodge, Ontario Encampment, I. O. O. F., and of the Iroquois Club. It is expected that these organizations will attend the funeral in a body. Besides his widow, the deceased is survived by his mother, Mrs. Marian LaBuff of Minetto, N. Y., one son, Jesse B. LaBuff, and one daughter, Frieda; two brothers, Lemuel LaBuff of Cato and Joseph LaBuff of Oswego. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence, No. 18 Milk street. Rev. C. W. Rowley will officiate and burial will be made in Glenwood Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 1 October 1922

The death of Charles Lacey of Prospect avenue, occurred yesterday morning at 2:30 o'clock at the Geneva City Hospital. Heart trouble was the cause of death. He was ill but two days. So far little is known of his relatives. A birth certificate found in his pocket gave his name as Charles Accaviva, of Italy, and his father's name, Luizi Accaviva of Italy.. Friends state that all his relatives are dead. The body was taken to the undertaking rooms of DeVaney and Company. Funeral services will be held Thursday  morning at St. Francis DeSales  church, the hour to be announced later. Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery



From Ontario County Journal 26 February 1904

Bristol Springs, N. Y. - Mrs. Mary A.,
wife of Harry Lacey, died at her home near Seneca Point on Wednesday, Feb. 17, after a brief illness. Deceased was born in Lincolnshire, England, nearly 37 years ago and came with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fox, when an infant, to this country. She was an untiring worker in the church and Sunday school, and she gave of her means as well as her services. Her kind and affectionate manner won the love and esteem of all her acquaintances and the funeral service, which was held at the Fox homestead on Friday was largely attended., Rev. Peter McKenzie, of Naples, officiating. She leaves her husband, one child, her father, two brothers, John and Joseph Fox, and two sisters, Mrs. Naomi Covert and Mrs. Sarah Middlebrook.



From Geneva Daily Times 20 July 1908

Mrs. Ella Lackner
died at her home in Lake street last night. The deceased was 44 years of age. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, Frederick Lackner and George Lackner; and two daughters, Lena and Hattie Lackner, all of this city. The funeral will take place at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the home. Rev. Mr. Glover will officiate and burial will be made in Glenwood Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 23 February 1909

Gorham, N. Y. - Mrs. Ira Lacy -
Ira E. Lacy arrived home on Thursday morning with the remains of his wife, who died at Southern Pines, North Carolina. The funeral was held on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the home about two and one half miles north of this village. The floral offerings were beautiful, and expressed both the esteem in which the deceased was held, and sympathy for the bereaved family; the simple and only decorations of the casket, however, were sprays of southern pine. The services were conducted by Dr. John McColl of the Presbyterian church of this village, and burial was made in the Gorham Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 28 June 1910

Gorham, N. Y. - 
The funeral of Mrs. Ira E. Lacy was held from her late home north of the village Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, the Rev. Dr. McColl of the Presbyterian church officiating, and burial was made in the village cemetery. The circumstances of Mrs. Lacy's death are sad ones. She had lived in Chicago during the past several years until about three months ago when she came to Gorham as the bride of Mr. Lacy and took her residence upon the Lacy farm. About a couple of weeks previous to her death, she was taken ill and on June 21st was taken to the Hospital of Physicians and Surgeons at Canandaigua, where an operation was performed for the removal of a febroid tumor. Though other complications existed, the operation was considered successful on the start, but after a short time the patient began to fail and died on Friday morning. The remains were brought to Gorham and funeral took place as above stated. Mrs. Lacy leaves besides her husband one daughter, who resides in Chicago, and one son, a physician in Los Angeles, Cal. She was 53 years of age.



From Ontario Repository and Messenger 16 February 1909

Reed's Corners, N. Y. -
On Thursday, the 10th inst., Mr. John Lacy of this town, died, and the funeral services were held at the house where he had resided for about five years, on Saturday last. Mr. Lacy formerly resided in Naples. He was a man highly respected by all who knew him.



From Ontario County Chronicle 28 August 1901

Reed Corners, N. Y. - Mrs. Julia Ann Lacy died Friday evening the 23, after a lingering illness. She was born in Oneida Co., in the year 1815, moved to this county 50 years ago. Her funeral was held at her late residence Sunday p.m. at 3 o'clock. Rev. Shulters of Gorham preached the sermon; burial in Gorham cemetery.



From Geneva Gazette 22 May 1896

Death of L. W. Lacy -
This venerable citizen passed away on May 20th at the home of his only daughter and child, Mrs. Corydon Wheat. His death resulted from heart failure, incident to old age, being nearly 86 years. He was a native of Saratoga county and settled in Geneva, embarking in the crockery business in 1838. He continued in such business which proved highly successful for about twenty-five years when he retired. Since then he has resided much of the time at the West, returning to Geneva some six years to spend to spend the remainder of his years on earth with his nearest of kin. He was for many years a member of the Old Reformed Dutch Church, and was ever looked upon by his fellow citizens as a man of many sterling qualities and absolute integrity. The funeral of the deceased took place this forenoon, Rev. Dr. Remick officiating. The pall bearers were Messrs. A. L. Chew, S. H. Ver Planck, Geo. W. Nicholas, Col. R. Johnston, T. C. Maxwell, M. S. Sandford, C. F. Leonard and H. L. DeZeng. Interment in Glenwood.



From Victor Herald 7 December 1900

The death of Hiram Ladd, an aged and highly respected citizen of this village, occurred at his home early Tuesday morning. Mr. Ladd was born in 1823, on the Ladd homestead in the northern part of the town, now occupied by Charles F. Blazey, and had spent his entire life in Victor. In 1866, he sold the place of his birth and purchased of Ansel Perkins a farm just on the western border of this village upon which he has since lived. In 1873 he erected, in a most sightly location, an unusually fine residence and it is the Ladd home which so frequently attracts the attention of strangers in passing through the town by railroad. Mr. Ladd was a farmer by occupation. He was a man of deep convictions and of strict integrity and enjoyed the highest respect and confidence of his townsmen; in his family he was the kindest of husbands and fathers. When the Prohibition party was first organized, Mr. Ladd became prominent in its local councils and in many campaigns he was the nominee of the party for important offices. He is survived by a widow, one son, John M. Ladd of Victor, and four sisters, Mrs. Silas Richardson of Victor; Mrs. Celestia Richardson of Winnebago, Minn.; Mrs. John Hart of Clayton, Mich.; and Mrs. Lanson Woolsey of Adrian, Mich. The funeral was held from the late residence Wednesday afternoon, Rev. S. G. Ayres, pastor of the Universalist church, officiating. The interment was at Boughton Hill cemetery.



From Ontario County Chronicle 1 June 1904

Victor, N. Y. -
The death of Mrs. Mary Jane Ladd, widow of Hiram Ladd, occurred at the home of her son, John M. Ladd, on Monday afternoon, May 23, after a lingering illness. Almost the entire seventy-eight years of her life had been passed in this town. She was a member of the Universalist church. The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the house, Rev. M. A. Brennen officiating. Burial was made in the Boughton Hill Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 5 January 1894

Clifton Springs, N. Y. - Sarah E. Ferguson La Du,
wife of Charles W. LaDu, died at her home on Crane street, in this village, last Sunday morning, of la grippe. She was the daughter of William and Hester Ferguson, and was born in the town of Phelps, February 20, 1819. On February 20, 1844, she was married to Mr. LaDu. She had always resided in Ontario County, with the exception of five years, when she and her husband lived in Wayne county. Her parents were among the earliest settlers of this section of the country, coming from Maryland here. Her father was closely connected with Gen. George Washington in business matters. Mrs. LaDu's parents were the founders of Methodism in this section. Their daughter, Sarah, at sixteen, became a member of the church, and from 1850 to 1870 was one of the most active women workers in it. Mrs. LaDu had been an invalid for years, and had suffered greatly, but she bore her sufferings with patience and fortitude. Some time before her death, she had talked with her husband upon the approaching fiftieth anniversary of their marriage, with anticipation of that event. Mrs. LaDu's husband and one daughter, Mrs. Florence Pardee, survive her. The funeral services were held at the house Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. The Rev. J. N. Benham officiated.



From Ontario County Journal 22 April 1910

Rushville, N. Y. - 
On Monday, at the Geneva hospital, occurred the death of Mrs. Dora Lafler, who had been ill for some time and was taken to the hospital on Saturday for an operation. She was born in Potter in 1872 and was one of several children of Mr. and Mrs. William Robson. She was the wife of Frank Lafler who survives her. She also leaves two children, Raymond F., 15 years of age and Lia F., three years of age; also six sisters, Mrs. Rose Richie of Halls Corners; Mrs. Edward Manning of Rochester; Mrs. Allen Connally of Middlesex; Mrs. James Lord of Penn Yan; Mrs. John VanWie of Cheshire; Mrs. William Robbins of Geneva; Seward Robson of Montana; Roscoe Robson of Penn Yan, and Oscar Robson of Newark.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 5 September 1929

Rushville, N. Y., Sept. 4 - Mrs. Ida Adelia Lafler,
75, died Tuesday. She leaves her husband, Wilbur; two sons, Austin of Middlesex and Earl of Rushville; two daughters, Mrs. Minnie Francisco of Rushville and Mrs. Olive Harrison of Rushville; two brothers, Addison French and Frank French of Italy. Funeral Thursday at 2 o'clock from the home.



From Geneva Daily Times 16 January 1945

Rushville, N. Y. -  Mrs. Rhoda Lafler,
wife of Earl M. Lafler, of the town of Gorham, died Wednesday afternoon, January 10, in a hospital near Oakland, Calif., where she and her husband were visiting their son, Emory Lafler. They left their farm home here on December 1st, the second day of the first big storm of the winter, which has left many of the roads blocked since. Mrs. Lafler had been in poor health for several months and longed to see her two sons in California, whom she had not seen since they left here seven years ago. It was thought that a winter in California might improve her health. She made the trip there quite comfortably but was taken worse on Christmas day and failed to rally. Mrs. Lafler was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Harrison, and had always lived in this vicinity. On August 10, 1904, she married Earl M. Lafler, also a lifelong resident of this section, who survives her. She also leaves on daughter, Mrs. Ralph Kilpatrick of Potter Center; two sons, Lester Lafler of San Diego, Calif., and Emory Lafler of Oakland, Calif.; three grandchildren, Alice and Norma Hughner and Milton Kilpatrick; one sister, Mrs. Emmett Kindleberger of the town of Gorham; and two brothers, Frank Harrison of Geneva and Allen Harrison of Rushville. She was an active member of Rushville grange and of Rushville Methodist church. Mr. Lafler left Oakland with his wife's body Friday evening and is expected to arrive here Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning. Funeral services will be held in Rushville Methodist church after the arrival here, probably Friday. Rev. D. D. Cronk, pastor of the church, will officiate and burial will be made in Rushville Cemetery. Mrs. Emory Lafler is expected to accompany her father-in-law on the trip east.



From Geneva Daily Times 14 July 1910

Frank Lagino,
an Italian, 54 years of age, who is employed as a laborer by Mrs. S. K. Nester, met an instant death last night shortly before 12 o'clock, by falling down stairs at his lodgings, No. 38 State street. After pitching backward down the stairs, he struck his head on the tenth step from the top, breaking his neck. From a hurried examination of the facts this morning Coroner George S. Flint is of the opinion that Lagino met his death as a result of an accident, although Mr. Flint will hold an inquest either on Saturday or Monday next to inquire more closely in the case. At the time that the accident occurred Lagino either was about to retire for the night or had been in bed for a short time and had arisen for some purpose. In passing through the hall, he happened to get too near the top of the stairs and pitched headlong down the flight. The stairs in the house are rather steep and descend between two smooth walls. Toward the bottom of the flight there is a sharp turn to the level of the lower hall floor. In falling Lagino hit the first step on the turn and the force of his head striking the step was sufficient to break off the portion of the tread board where it protruded over the riser. The noise caused by his fall was sufficient to arouse the entire household. Leonard Pasafume, who lived in the house and with whom Lagino boarded, rushed to the hall, as also died Lagino's brother, who had retired before him. They carried the body of the man to a couch nearby and at a few minutes before 12 o'clock they telephoned to Dr. C. W. Grove. When the physician arrived at the house, the man was dead and Dr. Grove at once notified Coroner Flint. The Coroner arrived at the house at 12:30 o'clock and was accompanied by Night Captain Merry. Together they made an examination of the house and questioned the occupants as to how the accident occurred. At first they were inclined to believe that there might have been foul play and that possibly Lagino had been pushed down the stairs. But from the attitude of the occupants of the house and all of the circumstances they concluded that Lagino met his death as a result of an accident. After reviewing the remains, Coroner Flint notified the undertaking firm of Kennedy and Kennedy and the body was removed to their undertaking rooms. As it was impossible to secure a connected story of the occurrence from the occupants of the house at the time of his early morning visit, Coroner Flint decided to hold an inquest either on Saturday or Monday, in order that the exact facts may be ascertained.
 


From Geneva Daily Times 8 March 1904

Jeremiah Lahan,
a resident for seventy-five years of the town of Geneva, died at his home late yesterday afternoon, aged eighty-two years. He was born in England and came to this country and section at the age of seven years. He is survived by his widow, one son, John Lahan; two daughters, Miss Mamie and Miss Carrie Lahan, all of the town of Geneva, and one brother, Samuel Lahan of Penn Yan. The funeral will take place Thursday morning at 11 o'clock from the home of the deceased. Burial will be at Bellona.



From Ontario County Journal 31 March 1916

Canadice, N. Y. - 
The death of Mrs. Ellen Lahey, widow of Patrick Lahey, occurred at her home on Monday night, after a long and painful illness. Mrs. Lahey was born in Ireland, coming to this country when young and had resided on the farm where she died for many years. She was one of the oldest residents of the town and was highly respected. She is survived by five children, Misses Nancy and Nellie Lahey, of this place, and Humphrey and Richard, of this place, and John Lahey of Wayland; a sister, Miss Bridget Cohan, who lived with her. The funeral was held from St. Mary's church at Honeoye on Wednesday morning. Interment was in the Catholic cemetery at Honeoye.



From Ontario Repository & Messenger 17 August 1882

Honeoye - John Lahey,
living at Stevens Corners, died of pneumonia Aug. 4. The funeral services were held at St. Mary's the Sunday following, Rev. Father Murphy officiating, and burial at East Bloomfield.



From Geneva Daily Times 12 May 1939

Francis J. Lahr,
47, of Dobbin Road, died late yesterday afternoon at the Geneva General Hospital after a long illness. Surviving are his wife, Helen Nielsen Lahr; six daughters, Esther, Mildred, Madelyn, Helen, Dorothy and Marie Patricia; four sons, Francis, Paul, Joseph and Vincent; two sisters, Mrs. William Egbert and Mrs. Edward Ashley; and two brothers, Robert and Joseph of Geneva. Mr. Lahr served with Company B. 108th Infantry, 27th Division, during the World War. Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the home of his sister, Mrs. Egbert, and 9 o'clock at St. Francis de Sales church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 26 January 1929

Geneva, N. Y., Jan. 25 - Frank Lahr
died yesterday at his home, 135 Andes Avenue. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. William Egbert and Mrs. Edward Ashley; and three sons, Robert, Frank and Joseph Lahr of Geneva. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Francis de Sales Church and the Iron Moulders Union. Funeral Monday morning at 8:30 from the house.



From Geneva Gazette 29 July 1881

Walter Laidlaw -
We have referred to the serious illness of Mr. Walter Laidlaw; the disease, or rather the wearing out of his bodily organism at four-score years, culminated in his death last Saturday evening. He was an old-time resident of Geneva where he reared a large family who have become useful and honored men and women. He was a Scot by birth, and evidenced all a Scotchman's tenacity of principle, of purpose and of religion as a "dissenter." He was a faithful member and attendant upon the services of the old Associate Reformed church, so long as it had a place for and maintained public worship, and later on through life was equally constant in religious duties and in identity with another branch of the Church militant. His daily walk and conversation were consistent with his Christian professions. The community mourns him as a good man lost to earth, but realizing that its loss is his eternal gain. Deceased was buried in Glenwood last Thursday afternoon.



From Geneva Daily Times 5 December 1904

William F. Lain,
sixty-one years old, who for more than twenty years has been employed as a machinist at the works of the Herendeen Manufacturing company, died at 5:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon at his home, No. 687 Exchange street. Mr. Lain gave up work August 29 and has since been in declining health. The deceased was born in Sodus, but in early life moved to Seneca county with his parents. At the opening of the Civil war he enlisted as a private in Co. "H" 38th N. Y. Vol. infantry. After serving his two years' enlistment, he returned to civil life in Seneca county. He remained there only a short time, removing to this city in 1868. In this city, he has been a trusted and respected citizen, both in his employment and in social life. Throughout his residence he has been active in Grand Army circles. He was a past commander of Swift Post and had frequently taken active parts in Memorial day exercises. He also was an enthusiastic Odd Fellow and was one of the past noble grands of Old Castle lodge. He was a communicant and regular attendant at Trinity church. The deceased is survived by his widow; five sons, William H., Fred W., Harry E., Charles S., and Percy H. Lain; three daughters, Mrs. Ella Connell, Mrs. Stella Kearns and Miss Jennie A. Lain. All of the survivors reside in this city except the one son, Harry E. of Buffalo. The funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon from Trinity church, Rev. C. M. Sills, D. D., officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 20 September 1906

Mrs. Ellen Laing, aged 46 years, died last night at 11:30 o'clock, at her home, No. 47 Avenue B, after an illness of about seven months. She died from the effects of an operation for a cancer. Besides her husband, Thomas Laing, she is survived by three children, George, Frank, Lester; three sisters, Mrs. E. Bolger, of Buffalo; Mrs. Eugene Marshall and Mrs. M. Schroyer, of this city; three brothers, John Ridley, of Auburn; Alvin Ridley, of Buffalo, and Martin Ridley, of Rochester. The funeral arrangements will be announced later. Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 31 January 1922

Canandaigua, Jan. 30 -
The death of Mrs. Mary A. Laird occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles E. Curtiss, in South Main street, last night. Mrs. Laird had been in ill health for some time past. She was the wife of P. P. Laird, of this city, whom she leaves surviving, besides her daughter, Mrs. Curtiss, and a sister, Mrs. H. E. Brown, of New York.



From Geneva Daily Times 31 October 1910

Rushville, N. Y. -  Dennison Lake
died of old age at his home near Reed's Corners, where he had lived since he was 6 months old. He was born in Greenville, Green county, N. Y., December 18, 1814, and was a son of Edward and Sally Lake. He was a member of the Grange and was a strong Republican. February 10, 1840, he was married in Gorham to Harriet Arnold, whose death occurred some time ago. He leaves one daughter, nine grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. The funeral services were held at 2 o'clock this afternoon in the Congregational church at Reed's Corners. 



From Geneva Daily Times 16 October 1916

Phelps, N. Y. -
The death of Mrs. Grant C. Lake occurred shortly after 10 o'clock Saturday night at her home five miles northeast of Phelps. Paralysis with which she was stricken a week ago yesterday caused her death. Mrs. Lake, who was 49 years of age, was born in the town of Phelps, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Burgess, and had always resided in this vicinity. Her marriage to Mr. Lake took place about twenty-nine years ago. Mrs. Lake was a member of Royal Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, of Wide Awake Grange and of the Phelps Presbyterian church. She had been honored from time to time with different offices in the societies and took an active interest in their affairs as well as in church work. Mrs. Lake is survived by her husband, two sons, Alfred and Leon, a daughter, Miss Alice Lake; a brother, Charles Burgess, and an aged aunt, Miss Mary Barclay, who resided at the Lake home. The funeral will be held at her late home at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Rev. C. C. MacLean, minister of the Phelps Presbyterian church conducting the services. Royal Chapter, O. E. S., will conduct the burial services which will be held in the cemetery at East Newark.



From Geneva Daily Times 11 January 1907

James M. Lalley,
aged forty years, died this morning at 11:40 o'clock at his home, No. 319 Washington street. Besides his widow, he is survived by four daughters, Margaret, Mary, Hilda and Helen; a mother, Mrs. Bridget Lalley; one sister, Mrs. N. Barrett; and one brother, John Lalley, all of this city. The funeral announcement will be made later. Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery



From Shortsville Enterprise 17 May 1939

The death of Dominic Lalli of Manchester occurred on Sunday in the Oakmount Sanatorium, East Bloomfield, after an extended illness. He was in his 60th year. Mr. Lalli was a native of Italy, having been born on May 18, 1878. He came to the United States during the year 1904, and for 27 years had been a resident of Manchester, where he was employed by the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company. The survivors are his widow, Mrs. Anna Lalli, a daughter and a brother, Joseph Lalli, all residing in Italy. Funeral obsequies were held on Tuesday morning at the hoe of Anthony Rosa in Manchester at 9 o'clock and from St. Dominic's church at 9:30, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. John E. Napier. Interment was made in St. Rose cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 29 December 1916

The death of Lawrence Lally, aged 72 years, occurred at his home on Ontario street, on Wednesday, following a week's illness of pneumonia. He leaves his wife; five daughters, Mrs. Thomas Whalen of Hamtramck, Mich., Mrs. Louis Piero of Rochester, Miss Margaret Lally of LeRoy, Mrs. John Broderick of Canandaigua, Mrs. William Griffith of Pittsfield, Mass.; four sons, Joseph Lally of Rochester, Thomas and Michael Lally of Rochester, and John Lally of Canandaigua. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary's church tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock with interment in Calvary cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 14 May 1907

Phelps, N. Y. -
The death of Mary Lally, wife of Michael Lally, occurred yesterday at her home a mile west of Phelps. Her death was the result of a stroke of paralysis that she suffered a short time ago. Mrs. Lally was born in Ireland but had lived in Phelps for the past 45 years. She was 64 years of age. Besides her husband, she is survived by three daughters and two sons, Mrs. Thomas Grimes, Mrs. Michael Kelly, Margaret Lally, Thomas and William Lally, all of Phelps. The funeral will be held Wednesday at St. Francis Catholic church.



From Clifton Springs Press 23 February 1911

Michael Lally
died quite suddenly at his home about a mile west of this village on Friday morning last. He was sick only about an hour. The deceased was born in Ireland 76 years ago, and when only 15 years old he came to this country. Since coming to America, Mr. Lally had lived in Phelps and vicinity. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Catherine Grimes of Clifton Springs, and Mrs. Michael Kelly of Phelps; and two sons, Thomas and William Lally of Phelps.



From Geneva Daily Times 6 March 1915

Phelps, N. Y. -
The death of Mrs. Peter Lally, a resident of the town of Phelps for nearly fifty years, died early yesterday morning at home near the Outlet station, northwest of Phelps. She had been ill since last Sunday with pneumonia. Mrs. Lally, who was about (can't read) years of age, was a native of (can't read). Her husband is the only living relative. The funeral will be next Monday morning at home at 9 o'clock and at 10 o'clock at St. Francis Catholic church, the pastor conducting the services. Burial will be made in the St. Francis Cemetery.



From Ontario County Chronicle 25 November 1903

Phelps, N. Y. -
The remains of Mrs. Emily O. Lamb of Rochester will be brought here for burial tomorrow, Tuesday. The deceased was the wife of the late W. A. Lamb, who conducted a jewelry store in this village a few years ago. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. G. H. Tozier of Rochester and Miss Emily Lamb of Santa Barbara, California, and one son, Henry A. Lamb, of Rochester. She also leaves one brother, Charles Cothout of Batavia.



From Ontario County Chronicle 4 May 1904

Allen's Hill, N. Y. -
On Thursday  at 12:30, Mrs. Elizabeth Lambert passed to her eternal home, leaving many sad and bereaved hearts. Mrs. Lambert was 52 years old and had been ill for several years and suffered greatly in her last illness, but amidst it all her characteristic patience was ever present. She was a kind neighbor, of happy disposition, and was endeared to all who knew her. The funeral, which was quite largely attended, was held from her home at 1 p.m. on Saturday. Rev. J. S. Brown conducted the service, after which interment was held in the village cemetery. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. She is survived by one son, John of Cleveland, Ohio, and six daughters, Mrs. Stephen Moore of West Bloomfield; Mrs. Ralph Case of Honeoye; Mrs. Levi Tiffany of Bristol; Mrs. Henry Killips, Mrs. Edward Stein, and Miss June, of this place.



From Phelps Citizen 25 October 1890

In the obituary notice of Mr. Joseph Lambert, his residence was given as Phelps village. Mr. Lambert has been a resident of this place for a number of years. He had been in poor health for two or three years. He had a wagon shop and did much of the repairing for this place. Since his sickness his son, Bert Lambert, has filled his place satisfactorily. Mr. Lambert was well-known and was a kind and obliging neighbor and especially will be kindly remembered by the young people and children. Whenever they passed, he was ready with a pleasant word, a gift of fruit or flowers, some seeds for their garden and almost every household in the place has some gift of his handiwork. His funeral was held October 12th at the church in this place, and interment was made in the Melvin Hill cemetery, the place selected by himself. Rev. C. G. Carpenter preached a very able discourse and many testified to their enjoyment of it. Some came several miles to hear a minister of over seventy years experience in the ministry. Mr. Lambert leaves a wife and three sons. The eldest, William, residing in the west, was unable to be present at the funeral.



From Ontario County Times 12 November 1884

Allen's Hill, N. Y. -  Mrs. Mary Lambert,
relict of the late Thomas Lambert, died at her home in this place, Nov. 5th, at the advanced age of eighty-six years. The funeral was held in the Episcopal church on Saturday, Nov. 8th, Rev. Mr. Lee of Canandaigua conducting the services. Mrs. Lambert was born in England, in the county of Suffolk, in 1798, and removed with her husband to this place in 1850, where she has since resided. She was a member of the Episcopal church, was universally known and highly esteemed by all who knew her. She leaves a daughter and son to mourn her loss.



From Geneva Daily Times 2 February 1907

Robert Lambert of the town of Seneca, about three miles west of this city, died this morning at 6:35 o'clock, after an illness of several months. He was 75 years of age. Besides his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Anna Wooden, of the Town of Waterloo; two sons, James, of Seneca; and John H. Lambert of this city; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Maltby of Plattsburg, Ill., and Martha Banlett of Beloit, Wisconsin; and one brother, James, of Seattle, Wash. The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock from his late residence. Rev. J. B. Hubbs, rector of St. Peter's Episcopal church, will officiate, and interment will be in Glenwood.



From Victor Herald 18 April 1902

Allen's Hill, N. Y. -
The untimely death of Thomas Noah Lambert was noted in last week's issue of the Review. Mr Lambert was born in Heickling, Norfolk county, England, May 23, 1841. He came with his parents to this place in November, 1850, after a voyage of five weeks and three days. His father was a blacksmith, working at that trade until his death; then the son took the shop. He leaves a wife, formerly Miss Elizabeth Randall of East Bloomfield, and seven daughters: Mrs. Nellie Dutcher of Rochester (by a former marriage); Mrs. Stephen Moore and Mrs. Edward Stein of West Bloomfield; Mrs. Ralph Case of Bristol, and Misses Nellie, Minnie and June, of this place. He was a member of the A. O. U. W. Rev. Arthur Mellin of Honeoye Falls, officiated at the funeral which was largely attended.



From Ontario County Times 20 May 1868

Luther Lamkins
, of West Bloomfield, died April 26th, aged 77 years. The deceased was a soldier in the War of 1812, having been born in New Hampshire, from which State he enlisted and served during the war; and at the breaking out of the Slaveholders' Rebellion and on President Lincoln's first call for troops, he started for Canandaigua on foot, to enlist, and returned saying that they refused men and took boys there. He had many good qualities, being a kind husband and father. He continued rational until the last, having selected the text for the sermon and the hymns to be sung at his funeral, and at his request, the Rev. John B. Armitage preached from these words, "And as it is appointed unto man once to die, but after this the judgment". He expressed a willingness to go, saying he should soon be at rest. He leaves a wife and four daughters to mourn his loss.



From Ontario County Journal 26 November 1909

West Bloomfield, N. Y. -
The remains of Oliver Lamm, who died at the home of a daughter in Weedsport, were brought here on Monday for interment. Mr. Lamm was 85 years of age, and a number of years ago was a resident of this town. One daughter, Mrs. Lillian Southgate, and one son, Bert Lamm, still reside here.


 
From Geneva Gazette 22 January 1892

Frank Lamont,
who murdered Alfred Leach in the town of Canadice May 8, 1890, and who was afterward convicted of murder in the second degree and sentenced to Auburn prison for twenty years, died in prison Monday.  Lamont was 29 years of age, and leaves a wife and one child.  His remains were taken to Springwater where they were buried in the same cemetery where lie those of his victim.



From Canandaigua Chronicle 18 September 1907

Manchester, N. Y. - 
The man found in a dying state near the Lehigh Valley round house in this village, Wednesday night, whose death occurred soon afterward, was identified as Emil Lamphier, aged 48 years, his home being in Geneva where he is survived by his wife and three children. Coroner Eiseline held an inquest the next day, the verdict being death due to chronic alcoholism. His son, aged 19 years, came to Stoddard's undertaking rooms, identified the remains, and had them removed to Geneva where the funeral was held. He came here Tuesday from Canandaigua to work for John Parsons, a barber in this village, Mr. Parsons knowing nothing of him excepting that he was a barber. Mr. Parsons being ill and needing some one in his shop, hired him, learning soon after that Lamphier, through drink, was in an unfit condition to work, he discharged him.



From Ontario County Times 28 October 1863

DIED - In this village on Saturday, 24th instant, John Lamport, aged 82 years. The deceased was formerly Sheriff of this county, having been elected in the fall of 1840. He was a member and one of the chief supporters of the Baptist Church in this place, a zealous and devoted christian and a widely respected citizen.



From Ontario County Journal 21 May 1915
 
Rushville, N. Y. -  The remains of Mrs. Judith Lamport, whose death occurred in 1892, were removed from a Brooklyn cemetery to the Rushville cemetery on Saturday. Mrs. Lamport was a sister of the late Mrs. Annie Jones and grandmother to Miss Althea Jewell.



From Ontario County Journal 21 July 1899

At Buffalo, on Saturday, occurred the death of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Lamport, wife of Dr. Edward Harry Lamport. The deceased had been in delicate health for three years, having suffered from heart trouble. She was born at Niagara Falls, August 16, 1856. When a small child, she came with her parents to this village and had resided here the greater part of her life. Besides her husband, she is survived by her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Day of Buffalo; and five brothers, William Day, who is at Manila; Frank Day of Porto Rico; Harvey and George Day of Elizabeth, N. J.; and Fred Day of this village. Interment was made at Woodlawn on Monday.



From Geneva Gazette 24 April 1891

Obituary - N. Bishop Lamport
died in Canandaigua Thursday morning, April 16th, aged 67 years.  He was formerly and for several years a resident of Geneva, and will be kindly remembered by the surviving members of old Franklin Engine Co. No. 4. He was a younger brother of ex-Sheriff and ex-Congressman Lamport, and related also to Mrs. Wm. Gulick of Geneva.



From Ontario County Journal 24 July 1891

After a long and painful struggle with a cancerous affection, the Hon. William H. Lamport died on Tuesday morning, July 21, at his residence on Park street in this village. For several years he had fought courageously against the dread disease and had submitted to several operations, which were temporarily successful. The malady finally reached the brain and on Tuesday morning death relieved his suffering. Mr. Lamport was born in Rensselaer County in May, 1811, and was therefore in his 81st year. He came to Ontario Co. with his family when he was quite young and settled in the town of Gorham. He took a prominent part in public affairs of a political and social nature. In 1845 and 1846 he represented the town of Gorham in the board of supervisors. In 1849 he was elected to the office of Sheriff of Ontario county and in 1854 he was chosen to represent his county in the legislature. In 1870 he was elected to Congress from the 25th district and in 1872 was reelected from the 26th district. In politics he was an earnest Republican. For many years he had been a prominent and earnest member of the First Presbyterian church. He leaves a son, Charles H. Lamport, and a daughter, Mrs. H. F. Stark, of Atlanta, Ga. Three sisters, Mrs. Harriet Griswold, of Washington, D. C., Mrs. Harris Andrews and Mrs. David H. Anderson, of this village, and a brother, Hiram Lamport of New York also survive him. The funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at three o'clock, and a memorial service will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning.



From Geneva Daily Times 7 August 1895

Canandaigua, N. Y. -
The funeral of John Lancer, son of William Lancer of West Bloomfield, was held yesterday. He had been a resident of Rochester for several years past. His disease was consumption and his age 30 years.



From Ontario County Journal 1 February 1901

Victor, N. Y. -  Mrs. Ann Lander,
wife of the late John A. Lander, died at her home north of the village on Sunday, after a brief illness of pneumonia. Mrs. Lander was one of the oldest residents of the town, being 85 years of age. She was one of the early settlers in that part of the town, in which she spent nearly all her life. She was a member of the society of "Friends of Farmington," and was a woman much respected in the community. She is survived by one son, John W. Lander, of Victor. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon, the services being private on account of the serious illness of other members of the family. Interment was in the Friends cemetery at Farmington.



From Geneva Daily Times 28 April 1905

Mrs. Catherine Landies,
88 years of age, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kate Walizer, No. 364 Pulteney street, at 12 o'clock today. The cause of death was old age. The deceased was born in Seneca county and came to this city fifteen years ago. The deceased is survived by one son, Henry Deal of Syracuse; four daughters, Mrs. Caroline Yeckley of Romulus; Mrs. Catherine Shaffer of Shelly, Michigan; Mrs. Lillian Mathews, Alpine, Michigan, and Mrs. Walizer of this city.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 10 May 1918

Phelps, N. Y., May 9 - George V. Landon,
of Phelps, who was committed to the hospital at Willard about three weeks ago, died Wednesday night at that institution. Paralysis causes his death. Mr. Landon, who was 74 years of age, was born in the town of Phelps and had spent practically his whole life in this community. Surviving are his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Lena Smith, both of Phelps; a brother, C. H. Landon, of Hudson Falls, N. Y.; and a sister, Miss Augustus Landon of Newark. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of Edward I. Ridley, son-in-law of the deceased, in West Main Street, Rev. . H. York, pastor of the M. E. church, conducting the services. Internment will be in the Rest Haven cemetery, Phelps.



From Ontario County Journal 14 February 1896

Phelps, N. Y. - Mrs. Mary S. Landon,
wife of C. H. Landon of this place, died at her home on Eagle street last Sunday evening, aged 45 years. The deceased had been an invalid for the past 15 years, being entirely unable to walk. A husband and one daughter survive. The funeral services were held at 2 o'clock p.m. yesterday from the house, and burial was in the Phelps. cemetery.



From Clifton Springs Press 3 July 1924

On Friday afternoon, at his home one mile west of this village, occurred the death of Charles Landschoot at the age of 64 years. He is survived by his wife, and one son, William, of Rochester; and four daughters, Mrs. James Connerton and Miss Phoebe Landschoot of Rochester, and Mrs. Nelson Ostrander and Mrs. Raymond Garney of Clifton Springs; and eight grandchildren; also four brothers, Peter of Clifton Springs, Samuel of Phelps, Constant of Rochester and August of Holland. Funeral services were held from St. Felix's church on Monday morning and burial was made in St. Agnes cemetery.



From The Shortsville Enterprise, November 9, 1889, Vol. 7, No. 44, page 2.

Mrs. Lane, an aged lady who resides in the western part of the town, died at her home the latter part of last week, after an illness of many months. [Location is Town of Manchester]

Thanks to Martha McGill for this donation.



From Geneva Daily Times 23 October 1905

Shortsville, N. Y. -
The funeral of Addison Lane, a well-known resident of this village, was held from his late home on Booth street at 2 o'clock this afternoon, Rev. S. S. Pratt, of Manchester, pastor of the M. E. Church, officiating. Burial was made in Brookside cemetery. Mr. Lane, who had not been well for some time, died from the effects of a cerebral hemorrhage, followed by paralysis, at 9 o'clock Saturday evening, aged 68 years and 6 months. He was born in East Bloomfield, and, his father dying when he was only four or five years of age, he was "bound out" by his mother to a farmer residing in Farmington, with whom he remained until he reached his nineteenth year. In 1861 he married Miss Hannah M. Stafford of Manchester, and in 1864 he enlisted in Company A, 111th Regiment New York Volunteers, at Palmyra, and served until the end of the war, nine months later. After living in Manchester and Victor, they settled in Shortsville, where they have resided for many years. Mr. Lane was an active member of Herendeen Post, G. A. R., of this village. He is survived by his wife and one son, George Lane, of Shortsville. He has no other living relatives.



From Geneva Daily Times 25 May 1944

Canandaigua, N. Y. -
Funeral services will be held here at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Kennedy Funeral Home, for Beldin M. Lane, 83, former Canandaiguan who died Tuesday night, May 23, in the home of his daughter, Mrs. James Raker, Geneva. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery. He was born in Cameron, Steuben County, and came to Canandaigua in 1906. For the past two years he had made his home with the daughter in Geneva. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Raker and Mrs. Ralph Skellett, Geneva, Mrs. Charles Ferran and Miss Irma Lane, Canandaigua; one sister, Miss Caroline Lane, Alden; and two brothers, Edwin Lane, Cameron, and Rell Lane, Cambridge Springs, Pa.



From Geneva Daily Times 23 November 1906

Canandaigua, N. Y. -
At the county house Wednesday, occurred the death of Benjamin Lane, an old and well-known resident of Ontario County, who had made his home at Geneva and Phelps. He has relatives at the latter place. He was about 83 years old. Burial Dobbins Cemetery, Town of Waterloo, Seneca County NY



From Ontario County Journal 12 March 1897

On last Sunday evening, Daniel Lane, an aged man, residing at 73 Gibson street, accidentally overturned a lamp, which exploded, covering him with the flaming fluid. He was alone in the house and his affrighted cries were heard by no one. He bravely fought the flames but was becoming exhausted and must have perished had not his wife returned a few moments after the accident. She aided her husband in extinguishing the fire, but not before his lower limbs had been seriously burned and his clothing nearly burned off from him. Medical aid was at once summoned, but he died on Thursday morning. Deceased was aged 78 years. He is survived by a widow, two sons, James and George Lane of Rochester, and one daughter, Mrs. Byron Callin of Batavia.



From Victor Herald February 1924

Mrs. Elvira Lane,
80 years old, died on Thursday, February 14th, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Hulburt. Mrs. Lane is survived by her daughter, one brother, Myron Adams, and several grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from the home of Mrs. Hulburt at 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon with Rev. Sanford Brusie officiating. Burial will be made in Boughton Hill Cemetery.



From Geneva Gazette 3 April 1896

Mrs. Esther Lane
died at her home on Hamilton street last Sunday, at the age of 67 years.  She is survived by one son, George R. Lane of Waterloo, and two daughters, Mrs. C. E. Thorne and Mrs. Jennie Porter of Junius.  Funeral Thursday at 11 A. M.



From Geneva Daily Times 11 September 1897

Mrs. Frances M. Lane,
colored, died suddenly yesterday morning, age 75 years. Mrs. Lane was found dead in bed. She was employed as a cook at the residence of Henry A. Wheat, of 561 South Main street. The deceased was highly respected by her many white and colored friends. She was a member of Trinity church.



From Victor Herald 9 December 1893

George M. Lane
died at the home of his sister, Helen M. Lane, in Farmington, on Friday last. The funeral was held on Monday; the interment was at Boughton Hill. Mr. Lane was born in Farmington about fifty-eight years ago; his boyhood was spent in that town and his early education was obtained at the old stone school house in Dist. No. 5. He was ambitious to attain to something higher than mere manual labor and by patient, unremitting industry, he succeeded in obtaining an academic education and commenced teaching school in this vicinity at a very early age. His success in this vocation led him to try his fortune in the state of Louisiana where he taught many years and attained a wide reputation as an educator in that state. After several years work in the schools he studied law and was admitted to practice, but he always strove for higher attainments and was admitted to practice in the United States Court where he soon built up a very lucrative practice. He was in the south during the war and experienced many of the trials and hardships incident to those times; although surrounded by rebels and in a measure connected with them in business and social life, he never renounced his allegiance to the stars and stripes which his father gallantly fought to defend in 1812-15. After the war his business increased and overwork brought on several severe attacks of nervous troubles which finally compelled him to give up business and return north to spend his days with his mother and devoted sister. It soon became evident that his nervous system would never recover and for several years he has been gradually failing. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. John Cline who paid a glowing tribute to the talents and attainments of the deceased and the devotion of his sister who has so patiently cared for him during the past few years.



From Geneva Daily Times 14 September 1908

Shortsville, N. Y. - Mrs. Hannah Lane,
widow of the late Addison Lane, Civil War veteran, died at her home on Booth street yesterday morning, 69 years of age. Mr. Lane died three years ago. Mrs. Lane was the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Stafford of Stafford street in the northwestern part of the town of Manchester. Addison Lane and Hannah Stafford were married at Float Bridge, N. Y., in May, 1861. He served as a soldier in the N. Y. V. They had three sons, of whom the youngest, George Lane, of this village, survives. She has one sister, Mrs. James Potter of this village, and two brothers, Augustus Stafford of Rochester and William Stafford of Ohio; and one grandson, Howard Lane of Shortsville. The funeral services will be held from the family residence at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Interment in Brookside.



From Geneva Daily Times 1 October 1908

Canandaigua, N. Y. - Harlan H. Lane,
aged 45 years, died at his home on Gibson street in this village last evening after an illness of only one day. He fell in a fainting condition in Rochester Tuesday and was immediately brought to his home. He had been employed as general manager of the sales department of the Atlantic Stamping Company in Rochester. Dr. A. L. Beahan had attended him during previous illness. Death was due to heart trouble brought on by acute indigestion. He leaves his wife, one son, Howard, and a daughter, Miss Laura Lane of Canandaigua; also his mother who resides in New York City. Mr. Lane had been a resident of Canandaigua twenty years. He was prominently identified with the building of a number of railroad lines.



From Geneva Daily Times 15 January 1932

Rushville, N. Y. -  Mrs. Isabelle Lane,
only daughter of the late Samuel L. and Mary Pearce Powers was found dead Wednesday morning in her bed at Willard State Hospital where she was taken a few weeks ago for treatment, following several years of ill health. She was twice married, first to Wilbur Carroll of Penn Yan; and later to Ernest Lane, who died about six years ago. She is survived by one son, Ralph Carroll of this place. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday from the Johncox funeral home, Rev. Ralph Wyrick officiating. Burial in Rushville cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 31 March 1910

Rushville, N. Y. -
The remains of Mrs. Mary Lane were brought here for burial in the village cemetery yesterday. Mrs. Lane had been sick but ten days, during a part of which time she was unconscious. She was born on the Linsley farm, south of Middlesex, where she lived until a few years ago, when she moved to this village. She was the widow of Orrin Lane, whom she survived by fifteen years. She was seventy-five years of age. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Minnie Burgess of Lewiston, Kentucky; and two sons, Fred and Gray, both of Middlesex, and several grandchildren. The funeral services were held at 11 o'clock yesterday morning at Middlesex, Rev. R. C. Hebblethwaite officiating.



From Ontario County Journal 13 October 1911

The funeral services of Mrs. Susan Lane, who died at the County Home at Rochester, were held at the Ahrens and Breen undertaking rooms yesterday afternoon, aged 89 years. Mrs. Lane was born in England and in 1841 was married to Daniel Lane at New York City, who came to Canandaigua as an expert brick layer to build the Canandaigua hotel. He was later associated with the firm of Denton and Lane and was burned to death in his home in Gibson street 14 years ago. Mrs. Lane was the oldest member of the Baptist church in this village and was a woman of rare intellect. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Byron Callon of Batavia; one son, James, of Rome, and several grandchildren. Interment at West avenue cemetery.



From Clifton Springs Press 5 October 1905

Orleans, N. Y. -
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Francis Lang, who died early last Wednesday morning at the Beahan Hospital in Canandaigua, was held from the Baptist church on Friday morning at ten o'clock, Rev. V. A. Sage, of Clifton Springs, having charge of the service. Mrs. Lang was fifty-four years of age, and besides her husband, is survived by one daughter, Mabel C., and two sons, George and Ernest, all of this village, and several brothers and sisters. The burial was made in the Orleans cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 2 March 1907

Jeremiah Langan, section foreman of the Pennsylvania Division of the New York Central R. R., died suddenly late yesterday afternoon. He had worked hard all day assisting the men in his gang to pump the hand-car to the tool house. When he arrived there he complained of feeling ill and went to the passenger station where he summoned a bus and was taken to his home, No. 23 Lewis street. Dr. T. D. Rupert was called and remained with Langan about an hour. He did not consider his condition as very critical but told Langan to keep quiet. He laid on the couch while his wife went into the other room and rolled off the couch and died before his wife could reach him. The deceased was 45 years old. Besides his widow, he is survived by one son, Jeremiah; three daughters, Catharine, Helen and Mary; two brothers, Peter of County Cary in Ireland, and Patrick of Philadelphia; two sisters, Mary and Helen, in the old country. The funeral will be held from the house at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning and at the St. Francis de Sales church at 10.



From Geneva Gazette 3 January 1868

Amon W. Langdon
died at his family residence in this village on the 29th ult., aged nearly seventy-three years. Mr. Langdon was born in Farmington, Connecticut, January 25th, 1795.  His early business life was spent in the South -- principally in Georgia -- but at an early period, nearly forty years since, he settled in Geneva on the same premises occupied as the homestead at his death.  Mr. Langdon was possessed of a vigorous intellect, strong will -- a positive man in the best sense of the term.  Scrupulously just himself in all his dealings and relations with others, he was prompt to exact the same in return. He will be long remembered by many of our older citizens as a courteous, hospitable gentleman and warm friend.



From Ontario County Journal 23 February 1900

Shortsville, N. Y. - Charles Langdon
died very suddenly at his home in this village on Friday afternoon. He had been ailing for some time, but was able to be around, and had only returned from the village, where he had spent the afternoon. He had been a resident of the this village for several years. He leaves a widow, one son, Charles, and daughter, Susan. The funeral services were held from his late residence on Main street on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. C. Glover, pastor of the Presbyterian church. The K. O. T. M., of which the deceased was a member, attended the services in a body.



From Geneva Daily Times 7 June 1909

George C. Langdon,
aged 76 years, died Saturday afternoon at about 5:30 o'clock at the home of his son-in-law, Captain J. George Stacey of No. 828 South Main street. The deceased was born in this city and was the son of the late A. W. Langdon. He spent the greater part of his life in Detroit, of which city he was at one time the mayor. About three and one-half years ago he returned to this city where he has since made his home with his daughter, Mrs. J. George Stacey. His survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Stacey and Miss Ella Langdon, and one sister, Miss Ella Langdon, all of this city. The funeral took place this morning at 11 o'clock from the house. Rev. Charles M. Sills, D. D., rector of Trinity church officiated. The remains were taken this afternoon to Detroit for interment.



From Shortsville Enterprise 6 June 1929

The death of Mrs. Jeanette Hollister Langdon, for many years a well-known resident of Shortsville, occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Susan Lancashire, in Clifton Springs last Thursday. The remains were brought to Shortsville on Sunday afternoon, when funeral services were held from the Presbyterian church at 3 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, Rev. A. J. MacMillan. The burial was made in the family plot in Brookside Cemetery. The only near survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Lancashire, and one granddaughter, Jeanette Lancashire, both of Clifton Springs. Many years of Mrs. Langdon's life had been spent in Shortsville, and the news of her demise touches the hearts of a wide circle of friends. Her husband, Charles Langdon, Sr., died here, as did also her only son, Charles, Jr., both of whom are buried in Brookside Cemetery.



From Geneva Courier 9 May 1883


The funeral of Mrs. Geo. A. Laning, who died on Friday last, took place on Monday morning of this week, from the residence of Prof. and Mrs. E. M. Maynard, the parents of the deceased.  Though the weather was unpleasant, the house was crowded by mourners and friends.  There was apparent in the large company a sense of sadness not often exhibited in such measure.  Rev. Dr. Hogarth, pastor of the North church, delivered the funeral discourse; and spoke in most appreciative words of the deceased.  A leading thought was that some are prepared earlier than others, for the heavenly home; and that Mrs. Laning was ready.  The words of the pastor was exceeding appropriate and touching.  A choir sang "I would not live alway;" Rev. Dr. Beck offered a fervent prayer; another hymn was sung, and then, after the benediction, the remains were taken to Glenwood cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 7 October 1909

Shortsville, N. Y. -
After a week's illness, Mrs. Ann Lannigan, one of the oldest residents of this locality, died at the home of her son, William Lannigan, of Seymour street at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the age of 80 years. Death was caused by pneumonia. Mrs. Lannigan's home was in Hopewell, about three miles southeast of this village, but she was visiting her son in this village when taken ill. She was born in Ireland, and was married there to William Lannigan, whom she had survived by several years. For the past forty years she has resided in Hopewell. She is survived by three sons and one daughter; William Lannigan of Shortsville; James Lannigan, John Lannigan and Mrs. Eugene Hagerty, all of Hopewell. Burial Calvary Cemetery, Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Journal 26 September 1884

Millers Corners, N. Y. -
Sept. 18, died at the residence of his mother, Mrs. John Lanning, Charles Lanning, in his 26th year. His funeral was attended at the M. E. church at Miller's Corners, Saturday, Sept. 20th. Rev. A. W. Hayes of Honeoye Falls conducted the funeral services. A large number attended the funeral. Over 35 carriages were in the procession. The church was crowded with friends of the deceased, to pay their respects to the departed. Christian Nan conducted the burial service.



From Ontario County Journal 21 December 1906

Ionia, N. Y. - Mrs. Maria Lanning
died very suddenly on Saturday at the home of James McManus, where she had been boarding for the past year. She was 82 years old. Heart disease was given as the cause of her death. She was born in England, but came to this country when a young woman and had lived in and near this place ever since. She leaves two sons and a daughter, Thomas and William Lanning, of Mendon; and Mrs. Clayton Brown of this village. The funeral was held Monday afternoon from the church.



From Naples Record 3 January 1874

Garlinghouse - Nancy Lanning,
mother of Richard Lanning, died at his residence on Sunday morning last, aged 85 years. The funeral was held at the school house in Garlinghouse at 12 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 30th. The day was a severe one but attendance good. Richard is the only child she had here, the others are living west. The old lady filled well her place in life as mother and neighbor, lived to a good age, and died in the christian faith.



From Shortsville Enterprise 8 March 1934

The death of Mrs. Francis Otis Lannon occurred at her home on Clinton Springs-Port Gibson road on Saturday, following an extended illness. She was aged 37 years. Mrs. Lannon was born in Colorado Springs, but had made her home in this section since the year 1916, when she became a member of the Nurses' Training School at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium, from which she was graduated in 1919. She was united in marriage to Henry Lannon in 1921. Besides her husband, she leaves three children, Theodore, Robert and Beverly, all living at home; her mother, Mrs. L. A. Otis; one sister, Mrs. S. H. Bell; and a brother, T. B. Otis, all of Colorado Springs. Funeral obsequies were held from her late home on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, and burial was made in the Port Gibson cemetery.



From Phelps Citizen 28 February 1918

Mrs. Mary Lannon,
widow of Samuel Lannon, died at the family home in Clifton Springs on Tuesday, aged 67 years, leaving a son and daughter.



From Ontario County Journal 29 October 1897

On Monday night occurred the demise of Mrs. Catharine Olivia Lansing, widow of the late Gen. Henry L. Lansing of this place. Deceased was aged about 80 years. Death was the result of a chronic disease of long standing. Mrs. Lansing was the daughter of Henry B. Gibson, a well-known banker of this place, who died about 1860. Mrs. Lansing was the last surviving near relative of Mr. Gibson. Survivors are two sons, Watts Sherman Lansing of Niagara-on-the-Lake, and Livingston Lansing, of this place. Grandchildren surviving are Harry L. Lansing, Catharine C. Lansing, Cleveland C. Lansing, and Ernest Lansing, children of Livingston Lansing; Sarah Gibson Lansing, daughter of Watts S. Lansing; Mrs. Robert Mercur, daughter of the late Mrs. Henry L. Burnett; Catharine O., and Karl H. Lansing, children of the late Charles M. Lansing. The funeral services were held from the late residence at 2 p.m. yesterday, conducted by Rev. C. J. Clausen. The remains were removed to Buffalo for interment.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 22 August 1939

Canandaigua, N. Y. -  Mrs. Emma Langton Lansing,
64, widow of Henry Livingston Lansing, died Sunday in her home on the west shore of Canandaigua Lake near Seneca Point. A native of Philadelphia, she had made her home here for many years, spending each winter in the South. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Grace Lansing Lambert, wife of Gerard B. Lambert, Princeton, N. J., millionaire sportsman, writer and philanthropist. Funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. today in the home with burial in Coye Cemetery, South Bristol.



From Ontario County Journal 31 May 1895

At the family residence on Main street, occurred the death, Monday evening, of Mrs. Grace Cleveland Lansing, after an illness of about six weeks' duration. She was a daughter of Bishop Coxe of Buffalo, and leaves, besides her husband, three sons, Henry Livingston, Cleveland Coxe and Ernest Lansing, and one daughter, Catherine Cleveland Lansing. Funeral services were held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from St. John's church.



From Ontario County Journal 4 October 1889

Henry L. Lansing, a prominent citizen of this village, died at his residence on Main street Monday morning about nine o'clock, aged 72 years. The deceased before he retired and settled in Canandaigua was a banker in the city of Buffalo. He leaves a widow, the daughter of the late Henry B. Gibson, at one time a widely known banker of this village, and two sons.



From Ontario County Journal 17 December 1909

Mrs. Josie O. Lansing,
wife of George Lansing, died at her home on Chapin street on Saturday from apoplexy, aged 59 years. Besides the husband, one daughter, Mrs. Ida B. Deady, survives. Rev. Arthur Copeland officiated at the funeral services on Wednesday afternoon.



From Geneva Daily Times 14 September 1907

The funeral of Emil Lanthier who died suddenly in Manchester, was held this morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house on North Exchange street, and 9:00 o'clock from St. Francis de Sales church. Interment was in St. Patrick's Cemetery.



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