"McA" through "McC" OBITUARIES
From Ontario County Journal 14 April 1914
The funeral services of Mrs. Elizabeth McAllister, aged 46
years, whose death occurred at Willard on Tuesday, were held at
Woodlawn chapel yesterday. Rev. Livingston L. Taylor officiated.
Interment was in Woodlawn. She leaves her husband, John McAllister, of
Stanley; three daughters and three sons, Mrs. William Bennett of
Canandaigua; Emily and Sarah McAllister of Stanley; John of Rochester;
James and Henry who reside in the west; also two sisters and one
brother, Mrs. Edward Roth of Canandaigua; Mrs. William Barthals of
Rochester, and James T. Love, of the west.
From Geneva Daily Times 18 May 1907
Louisa M. McArthur, aged 66 years, died early this morning at
the home of her brother, Mr. DeMille, who resides about two and a half
miles south of this city on the Halstead farm. A short prayer service
be held tomorrow afternoon and burial will be in Sterling Center.
From Ontario County Journal 27 April 1888
Miller's Corners, N. Y. - The remains of the late Mrs. Alice
McBride were interred at the Corners last Sunday. She leaves a
husband and four children to mourn her loss.
From Geneva Gazette 16 September 1887
Hamilton McBurney, a prominent citizen of this place (Phelps),
died on the morning of the 3d. By the death of Mr. McBurney,
Phelps loses one of her most enterprising citizens. He was in in
his 52nd year. The cause of his death was gangrene of the
lungs. The funeral was held from the Presbyterian Church Monday,
the 5th. The bearers were John H. Roy, Frank G. Boswell, T. O.
Hotchkiss, David White, Phillip Rogers and J. J. Miller.
From Ontario County Chronicle 24 October 1900
Richmond Mills, N. Y. - Mrs. Simon McCabe died
at her home, October 5, after a lingering illness of several months.
Mrs. McCabe was born in Ireland and came to Canada when five years of
age. She lived in Canada during her whole life til 1886, when she and
her husband came to Richmond Mills. She remained at that place til
death, and bore her sufferings with patience. She was seventy-six years
old, and leaves seven children, four daughters and three sons,
including her grandson, James McCabe, who made his home with her during
the past twelve years. Her funeral was held from St. Michael's Church,
Livonia, on Monday morning. The interment was in the Catholic cemetery.
James has the sympathy of his many friends and neighbors in the loss of
such a kind friend as she has been to him.
From Victor Herald 18 October 1901
West Bloomfield, N. Y. - Arthur McCaffery, who was operated on
last Friday, October 11th, for cancer, died at the City Hospital,
Rochester, Sunday morning at 7 a.m. The remains were brought to his
home here Sunday evening. The funeral was held from St. Joseph's church
Tuesday morning, and was largely attended. The family have the sympathy
of the entire community in their bereavement. The deceased was about 56
years of age and leaves besides his wife, one daughter, Nellie, and two
sons, Edward and Arthur, to mourn his loss.
From Victor Herald 31 March 1905
Mrs. Mary McCaffery, aged 60 years, widow of the late Arthur
McCaffery, died at her home in this village Wednesday, March 22nd,
after an illness of over four months. During all that time the deceased
was a great sufferer, which she bore with great fortitude and patience
and was never heard to murmur or complain. Mrs. McCaffery was born in
Dunmore, Down county, Ireland, coming to this country in 1869, and had
lived in the home where she died for the past thirty years. She was a
woman who was highly respected by all who knew her and a wide circle of
friends mourn her loss. Three children are left to mourn and cherish
the memory of a devoted mother, Edward, Arthur and Miss Nellie
McCaffery, all of this place. The funeral was held Friday morning from
St. Joseph's church, and was largely attended. Rev. Simon FitzSimons
officiated and interment was made in the family lot in Lima cemetery.
From Ontario County Journal 18 October 1901
West Bloomfield, N. Y. - Arthur McCaffey, who was operated on
last Friday for cancer, died at the City hospital, Rochester, Sunday
morning at 7 o'clock. The deceased was 54 years of age and leaves,
besides his wife, three children, Nellie, Edward and Arthur. The
funeral was held from St. Joseph's church Tuesday morning at 10
o'clock. Interment was made at Lima. This is the fourth death in the
family in the last five years.
From Geneva Daily Times 12 October 1943
Mrs. Josephine McCallum, widow of Joseph McCallum, of Oaks Corners,
died this morning. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Toner Iddings of
Geneva, Mrs. Thomas J. Wilson of Baltimore, Md. and Mrs. Arthur Day of
Oaks Corners; four sons, Herbert of Oaks Corners, Olin E. of
Shortsville, and Clifford W. of Elmford and Robert of Geneva; several
grandchildren, and great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Lucinda
Colegrove of Tioga. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon from
the Bennett Funeral home.
From Victor Herald 11 May 1895
For the past six months George McCann of this village, has
been battling for life against a serious lung disease and on Monday
morning he died. The case is one that has enlisted the sympathy of the
entire community. Mr. McCann was born in this town thirty-four years
ago, and was the son of Eliza Spellen, formerly McCann; he has always
resided in this town where he had a large circle of friends and
During the past few years he was janitor of the Union school building,
and took care of the village lamps, this brought him in daily
with nearly everyone in the village, and his pleasant, genial manners
fidelity to his duties made him a general favorite. He leaves a wife
two children to mourn the loss of a husband and father. Besides these,
remain his mother, one brother and a sister. The deceased was a member
the Knights of S. F. 1; the local lodge attended the funeral in a body.
During his illness he has had the assistance afforded by the sick
funds of this order, and his family will receive a substantial sum on
insurance. The funeral was attended Wednesday morning at St. Patrick's
the burial was at the Catholic cemetery on High street.
From Geneva Daily Times 8 September 1905
The funeral of Mrs. Mary M. McCann, wife of Daniel McCann
will take place at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning from St. Francis de
Sales church. Mrs. McCann died yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Daniel Mulcahy, of Phelps, at the age of
forty-two years. The cause of death was dropsy. Besides her husband,
the deceased is survived by her mother, and two sisters, Mrs. Mulcahy,
of Phelps, and Miss Margaret Doyle, of the town of Geneva.
From Geneva Daily Times 12 July 1904
Mrs. Anna McCarrick, seventy years old, died at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. George White, at No. 116 East North street, this morning
an illness extending over a period of two years. The deceased formerly
resided on a farm with her husband, west of Seneca Castle, and only
recently came here to live with her daughter. She
is survived by four sons, William of Kansas, Thomas of Rochester,
Frank and James of Seneca Castle, and four daughters, Mrs. John
McGrain, Mrs. Philip Flaxman and Mrs. George White of this city, and
Mrs. Charles Dietz of Syracuse. Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery.
From Clifton Springs Press 29 March 1917
Patrick McCarrick died Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
George White, of Geneva. He is survived by four sons, William E.
McCarrick of Okerche, Oklahoma, James J. McCarrick of Seneca Castle,
Frank H. of the town of Hopewell, Thos. P. of Rochester. The deceased
is also survived by 4 daughters. The funeral will held Thursday morning
at 9:30 at the house and at 10 o'clock from St. Francis de Sales
church. Interment will be made in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
From Ontario County Times 17 July 1878
We learn from the Geneva Gazette that Mr. Augustus McCartey, a
of that place, died quite suddenly on Wednesday
night, under peculiarly distressing circumstances. The Gazette says:
"Mr. McCartey had been ailing, though not disabled for business, for
two or three days. On Wednesday afternoon he came to the conclusion
that he was threatened with fever and ague, and applied to Dr. Stebbins
for treatment. The doctor told him there was nothing better for such
complaint than quinine, and advised him to go to a druggist
and obtain several doses of that remedy, taking one of three grains
every four hours until the chills were broken up. He went to Maynard
& Laning's drug store to have such prescription filled. It seems,
according to Mrs. McCartey's account of events, that he came with one
dose put up separately as a sample, and the remainder (twenty-five
grains) in bulk, which he thought himself competent to divide into the
required doses. The only variance he made from Dr. Stebbins' direction
was in misconstruing it thus: to take a four grain dose every three
hours instead of three grains every four hours. On reaching home at two
or three o'clock p.m., he at once took the sample dose, lay down and
had two or three hours sleep, from which he awoke in quite profuse
perspiration, and remarked that he felt better. He then prepared the
second dose from the bulk package, took it as he lay in bed -- found
great difficulty in swallowing it -- finally got it down, but remarked
at once that it produced strange sensations. In five minutes he
relapsed into unconsciousness and insensibility, with contortions of
the facial muscles and rolling of the eyes. He fell into a slumber from
which there was to be on awaking until the resurrection. Dr. Picot was
promptly summoned and speedily responded. As soon as he saw the
patient, he knew he was beyond hope. He asked that Dr. Dox be called as
counsel, who came accordingly. It was too late for antidotes -- all was
over before midnight.
The doctors took possession of the remaining medicine, which was found
not to be quinine, although no information is given as to what it
really is. Coroner Covert immediately called a jury and commenced an
investigation, and an examination of the remains showed that the brain,
the heart, the lungs and the external parts of the stomach were in a
normal or perfectly healthy condition, while the liver was found to be
slightly enlarged. This condition of the vital organs dissipated the
theory that death resulted from congestion, apoplexy, heart disease of
paralysis. The contents of the stomach were taken in custody by
Professor Towler for rigid chemical analysis, and his report will no
doubt throw additional light upon the affair.
From Ontario County Journal 7 April 1911
On Sunday morning occurred the death of Mrs. Bridget McCarthy, wife
of Daniel McCarthy, at her home on Sand street, aged 69 years. Besides
her husband, she is survived by five sons, Daniel, of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
and John, Patrick, Jeremiah and Cornelius, of Canandaigua. Funeral was
held on Tuesday morning, with burial at Calvary cemetery.
From Ontario County Journal 13 March 1908
Victor, N. Y. - Mrs. Carrie A. Upton McCarthy died on
Saturday morning at her home north of this village. Mrs. McCarthy had
been in poor health for a long time. She was 68 years of age and was
born in this town, where she had spent most of her life. She married
John McCarthy, who died over 20 years ago. Three sons survive: George
E., John W. and Ralph W., all residents of this place. One sister
survives, Mrs. Maria C. Hancock of Chili, O. Mrs. McCarthy was a woman
loved by a large circle of friends, and had been a member of Victor
Presbyterian church for 40 years. The funeral services were held at the
family residence at 2 o'clock and continued services at the
Presbyterian church at 3 o'clock. Rev. Frank W. Hill, pastor of the
church, officiated. Burial was made in the Boughton Hill cemetery.
From Ontario County Journal 6 May 1898
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Mrs. Catharine A. McCarthy, wife of
Charles McCarthy, died at her home on Thursday morning, at the age of
62 years. The funeral services will be held at St. Bridget's church on
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, the Rev. Father Garvey officiating.
From Ontario County Journal 29 March 1912
The death of Mrs. Catherine McCarthy, wife of Patrick H.
McCarthy, occurred at her home on Washington street on Saturday, after
a long illness. Mrs. McCarthy was born in County Galway, Ireland, 38
years ago, and came to Canandaigua 22 years ago. Besides her husband,
she leaves two daughters, Helen and Elizabeth of Canandaigua; her
mother, Mrs. John Morris; and brother, James Morris of Ireland; also
two brothers, Martin Morris of Mertensia, Thomas of Bridgewater, Pa.;
two sisters, Mrs. John McCarthy of East Rochester, and Miss Margaret
Morris of Canandaigua. The funeral services were held from St. Mary's
church on Tuesday morning. Interment made at Calvary cemetery.
From Canandaigua Chronicle 3 May 1905
Victor, N. Y. - Charles McCarthy died at the family home in the
northern part of the town on Saturday morning, April 29th, of capillary
bronchitis. Mr. McCarthy was born in Ireland 78 years ago, but had
resided here for many years. The funeral will be held on Tuesday
morning at St. Patrick's church, and the burial made in the Catholic
cemetery here. Three sons, John, William J., and James McCarthy, reside
here; two daughters also survive.
From Ontario County Journal 27 July 1900
The death of Charles McCarthy occurred at his home on
Pleasant street on Wednesday. The deceased was 80 years of age, and is
survived by a son, Daniel McCarthy; and a daughter, Mrs. Frank A.
Wesley. The funeral will be held from St. Mary's church this morning at
From Geneva Daily Times 12 July 1910
The funeral of Mrs. Charles D. McCarthy, wife of Dr.
McCarthy, local health officer, will take place tomorrow morning from
the family residence, No. 502
Main street, at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday morning and at 10 o'clock from
St. Stephen's church. Interment in St. Patrick's cemetery. Mrs.
McCarthy was a most devoted wife and mother and she had a wide circle
of friends who extend their deepest sympathy to the bereaved family.
She was greatly interested in the City Hospital and was a member of its
board of managers. Besides her husband she
leaves two children, Miss Genevieve and Master Oswald McCarthy; and
three sisters, the
Misses Ellen and Elizabeth O'Neill of Canandaigua and Mrs. Clement of
From Ontario County Journal 11 April 1913
Stanley, N. Y. - The death of Daniel McCarthy occurred at
his home in this village early Wednesday morning after a brief illness.
His death occurred suddenly and he had passed away before the members
of his family realized his condition. His age was 70 years. He had been
a successful farmer until a few years ago when he leased his farm and
moved to this village. He had been active since living here, a good
citizen and kind neighbor. A widow and one daughter, Mrs. William
Washburn, survive. Funeral services will be held tomorrow from the home
From Ontario County Journal 1 October 1915
The death of Daniel McCarthy, aged 87 years. occurred at his
home on Park street, on Monday afternoon. He was born in Ireland but
had resided in Canandaigua for sixty years. He leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Mathews of Rochester, and Miss Nora McCarthy of Canandaigua. The
funeral survived were held on Wednesday morning. Interment was in
From Ontario County Journal 10 February 1905
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - The death of Daniel McCarthy occurred
at Willard on Saturday. The immediate cause of death was paralysis. He
was born in Ireland 79 years ago and came to this country at the age of
17 years. He had resided in this town for 58 years. He was a great
lover of horses and was in the employ of Randolph Huntington for many
years, caring for and driving his horses. Mr. McCarthy is survived by
his wife, to whom he had been married 55 years; three daughters, Mrs.
Fred Higinbotham of Victor, Mrs. M. Ragen of Winona, Minn., and
Mrs. I. B. Lucas of Kansas City, Mo.; and one son, T. B. McCarthy of
Kansas City, Mo. The funeral was held from St. Bridget's church on
Monday morning, Rev. M. J. Cluney, of Honeoye Falls, officiating.
From Ontario County Journal 24 July 1908
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - The funeral of Mrs. Daniel McCarthy was
held on Monday morning from St. Bridget's church. Mrs. McCarthy was a
former resident of this place but for several years had resided with
her daughter, Mrs. Fred Higinbotham at Victor. Mrs. McCarthy was
well-advanced in years and had been failing steadily since a shock she
had about two years ago.
From Ontario County Journal 28 January 1910
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Last Saturday occurred the death of Dennis
at his home in this town. Mr. McCarthy was 82 years of
age. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Dennis O'Leary and
Mrs. James McDonald, of this town, and one son, Daniel, of LeRoy, one
grandson, Edward Harrigan of this place. The funeral was held at St.
Bridget's church on Tuesday morning.
From Geneva Daily Times 29 August 1906
The remains of Dennis J. McCarthy, who was killed Monday
morning in the Lyons yards, was brought here for
burial this morning on the 8:50 o'clock Pennsylvania Division train.
The funeral took place at 9:30 o'clock from St. Francis de Sales
church and burial followed in St. Patrick's cemetery. Members of
the local council Knights of Columbus acted as bearers, while the
honorary bearers were the following six members of the Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen of East Syracuse: Calvin Stuck, J. S. Schroeder,
Michael Hubbard, S. J. Hoey, M. Beston and George Builion. Besides the
a delegation attended the funeral representing the Women's Auxiliary
of the East Syracuse Brotherhood.
From Geneva Daily Times 14 November 1905
At 6 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of his daughter in Lyons
occurred the death of Dennis J. McCarthy, who until about six
years ago, was a well-known resident of this city. The deceased was 70
years old and for some years past
had acted as gate tender at the Geneva street crossing of the New
York Central in Lyons. He was born in Ireland and came to this city at
an early age. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Robert J. Dobie
of Lyons, and Mrs. George Dobie of East Syracuse. The remains will be
brought to this city tomorrow morning on the 9:31 o'clock Fall Brook
train and the funeral will take place immediately after arrival from
St. Francis de Sales church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's cemetery.
From Victor Herald 15 March 1901
The remains of Miss Florence McCarthy, who died in
Fairport last week, were brought to this village Saturday last, and
interred in the Catholic cemetery.
From Ontario County Journal 19 September 1913
The death of Florence McCarthy, occurred at Canandaigua
hospital on Monday morning. Death was due to concussion of the brain,
caused from a fall on September 6. He had been confined at the hospital
since Friday. Deceased resided on Tillotson street and was employed as
a car cleaner by the Pennsylvania railroad company. He leaves his wife;
one son, Edward; and a sister, Mrs. Charles Chisholm, of Baltimore, Md.
The funeral services were held on Wednesday morning at St. Mary's
church and the K. C. attended in a body. Interment was made in Calvary
cemetery. The Erina Hose and Woodmen of the World attended in a body.
From Ontario County Times 24 March 1886
Shortsville, N. Y. - Mrs. Honora McCarthy died on Sunday afternoon
at the residence of her son, William, in this village, at the age of
about seventy-eight years. She was sick but four days. The funeral was
held from the Catholic church in this village at 10 o'clock this
From Shortsville Enterprise 24 January 1913
The remains of Mrs. Iva McCarthy of Canandaigua, who died
at the county tuberculosis hospital at East Bloomfield on Monday night,
were brought to this village on Tuesday noon and taken to the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chamberlain. She had been taken to the
institution on Sunday in hopes of benefiting her health. Her age was 28
years. The survivors are a husband, Jerry McCarthy of Canandaigua;
three small children, her parents, three brothers, William and Robert
Chamberlain of this place, and Duane Chamberlain of Alberta, Canada,
and one sister, Mrs. Frances Rainey of Blossburg, Pennsylvania. The
funeral was held from the Chamberlain home on Thursday afternoon at two
o'clock. The burial followed in Brookside Cemetery.
From Ontario County Journal 25 December 1891
James McCarthy died at his home on Park street yesterday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. He had been sick with the grip for two weeks. Pneumonia
in Monday. The deceased was about 35 years of age and well-known among
From Geneva Gazette
18 November 1898
JAMES C. MC CARTHY - Died at the home of his parents, No. 15
Exchange street, about 6 o'clock last evening. He had been ill
of gastric fever about four weeks. He was a
faithful employee in the Geneva Optical Co., was a member
of the C. M. B. A., the A. O. H. and of Nester Hose Co. and
very popular with all his associates. His immediate surviving
relatives are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McCarthy, two brothers,
John and Dennis Jr., and five sisters --
Mrs. Geo. Dobie of Rochester, Misses Mary, Julia, Katherine and
Margaret of this city. His funeral will be held tomorrow
(Saturday) morning at St. Francis de Sales Church; interment in St.
From Ontario County Journal 22 February 1895
Wednesday night occurred the death of James McCarthy at
his home in Gorham street in this village, at the age of 49 years. Mr.
McCarthy had been ill for two years past with consumption, from which
disease he died. He was at one time conductor on the Peanut railroad
and later kept a saloon in this village. He leaves a wife and seven
children, four girls and three boys. Mr. McCarthy's life was insured in
a railroad society for $2000.
From Ontario County Chronicle 3 April 1901
Shortsville, N. Y. - Mrs. Jane McCarthy of this place, who
underwent an operation at the Beehan Hospital, Canandaigua, about a
week ago, died Friday afternoon. Her condition was not serious until an
early hour Friday, when she suddenly became worse. Her husband, William
McCarthy, was summoned to her bedside shortly before she passed away.
She was about 55 years of age.
From Geneva Daily Times 29 April 1907
Canandaigua, N. Y. - The death of Mrs. Jane Eafe McCarthy,
widow of Dennis McCarthy, aged 56 years, occurred Saturday.
are her daughters, Mrs. Thomas F. Connell, Mrs. William T. Conway and
Charles G. Hayes, of Canandaigua, and Mrs. James Godfrey, of Buffalo
Mrs. James Dowd of Rochester.
From Geneva Gazette 6 January 1899
John McCarthy of Canandaigua, who was injured in that village
while coupling cars on the 30th ult., died the following Saturday.
He did not survive amputation of the injured arm. His age
was about 30 years and he leaves a widow.
From Geneva Daily Times 19 March 1913
The funeral of John McCarthy, who died yesterday morning at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. William Collier, of 36 Lewis street,
will be held tomorrow morning at 9:30 from the house and at 10 from St.
Francis de Sales church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's cemetery.
From Victor Herald 6 September 1901
Lawrence McCarthy, an aged resident of this town died at his home
near the town line Wednesday. He is survived by a widow and six
From Geneva Daily Times 22 September 1897
The death of Mrs. Margaret McCarthy, wife of Timothy McCarthy,
occurred at 7:30 o'clock last evening at the family residence on
Exchange street. Mrs. McCarthy was 54 years of age. The deceased had
been ill for a period of eight weeks, from consumption. When she first
showed symptoms of the fatal malady, everything was done to effect a
cure, but the physicians announced that her sufferings could be only
temporarily alleviated. Besides her husband, Mrs. McCarthy is survived
by one son and one daughter, James and Annie McCarthy, both of this
city. The funeral will take place Thursday morning from St. Francis de
Sales church at 9 o'clock, with Devaney & Fletcher in charge.
Interment will be in St. Patrick's cemetery.
From Ontario County Chronicle 16 July 1902
Victor, N. Y. - Mrs. Margaret McCarthy, wife of the late John
McCarthy, of Victor, died at her home near Fishers on Friday night at
the age of 73 years. She was born in Ireland and came to this country
about fifty years ago, residing nearly all the intervening period in
the vicinity of her late home. She is survived by two daughters, Miss
Kate McCarthy and Mrs. Patrick Toomey, of Victor, Sylvester McCarthy of
Shortsville, and Edward McCarthy, who is an employe on the New York
From Ontario County Journal 14 September 1906
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - The death of Mrs. Mary McCarthy, widow
of Owen McCarthy, occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John
Hilliard, on Sept. 6. Mrs. McCarthy came to this country from Ireland
52 years ago and resided at Victor until four years ago, when she came
here to live with her daughter. Eight children survive: Mrs. Michael
Smith and Mrs. Hilliard of this place; Mrs. Thomas Kennedy and Jeremiah
and John of Fairport; Timothy of Victor; Eugene of Rochester; and Mrs.
George Pfeifer of Palmyra. She also leaves 37 grandchildren and 3
great-grandchildren. The funeral services were held from St. Patrick's
church at Victor on Monday morning, Rev. P. A. Neville officiating. The
interment was at Victor.
From Ontario County Journal 26 January 1894
Victor, N. Y. - The death of Mrs. Mary McCarthy, at the
age of eighty-seven years, occurred at her late home Monday.
From Geneva Gazette 31 August 1900
Mrs. Mary McCarthy of 185 Exchange street, who was seriously
injured by falling through an open trap door on the 21st inst.,
lingered until last Saturday when she died. She was aged 85
years, and was the widow of the late John McCarthy. Funeral last
Tuesday at St. Francis de Sales church.
From Ontario County Chronicle 22 April 1903
Mrs. Mary McCarthy, wife of Thomas McCarthy, of North Pleasant
street, died at her home on Friday, aged 38 years. Deceased is survived
by her husband and five small children. Death was due to pneumonia. The
funeral was held from St. Mary's church Monday morning, the Rev. Father
From Geneva Daily Times 22 December 1930
Mrs. Mary Ann McCarthy, wife of James McCarthy, died yesterday at
the family home, 28 North Exchange street, after a long illness.
her husband, she is survived by four daughters, Mrs. William Moran and
E. P. McHugh of Cleveland, Ohio, and the Misses Mary and Agnes McCarthy
Geneva; two sons, Raymond and J. E. McCarthy, both of Geneva. The
will be held Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the residence on
Exchange street and 9 o'clock at St. Francis Desales church. Interment
be in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
From Ontario County Chronicle 2 September 1903
Shortsville, N. Y. - Mrs. Mary Nugent, wife of Sylvester McCarthy
of this village, died at 12:30 o'clock Thursday morning, after a
lingering illness. She was a daughter of Patrick Nugent of Victor, who
survives her, and a sister of Mrs. James Wilkins and Patrick Nugent of
Fishers. Besides her husband, she leaves three little children,
Marguerite, Agnes and Edward. Her age was 39 years. The funeral
services, conducted by Rev. Father Donnolly, were held in the Catholic
church at Victor on Saturday morning.
From Ontario County Journal 17 August 1900
Victor, N. Y. - Michael McCarthy, a longtime resident of this
town, died at his home on Boughton Hill on Saturday morning, after a
brief illness, at the age of 72 years. Mr. McCarthy was a much
respected citizen who had lived a quiet life on the farm on which he
died. He leaves six children, four sons and two daughters: John and
Michael of Rochester; Edward S. and Charles of Victor; Mrs. John
Keating of Rochester, and Miss Kate McCarthy of Victor. The funeral was
held from St. Patrick's church on Monday morning and the interment was
at the Catholic cemetery.
From Ontario County Journal 1 October 1909
Patrick McCarthy, for many years a resident of Canandaigua, was
found dead in his home on Gorham street late on Saturday by his wife,
who had been away from home for the day. Mr. McCarthy had been in ill
health for some time. The cause of death was heart failure. Mr.
McCarthy was a veteran of the civil war, and was 78 years of age. He is
survived by his wife.
From Ontario Chronicle 16 October 1901
Thomas McCarthy, a popular and well-known young man of
Canandaigua, met with a railroad accident about 8 o'clock last evening,
which caused his death at midnight. McCarthy was head brakeman of the
"Peanut" freight which usually reaches Canandaigua about 3 o'clock in
the afternoon. Yesterday it was several hours late, and did not get
into Canandaigua until 8 o'clock last night. McCarthy was riding on the
engine and when within a short distance of the railroad crossing in
this village, he started to climb up on the first freight car adjoining
the tender. In doing so he lost his hold and fell to the track below.
Three cars passed over his body before the train could be stopped. The
cars passed over both legs and the lower part of the abdomen on the
right side. He was taken to the Beahan Hospital, where the best of
skill and care did everything possible for him. He remained conscious
for some time, and when told he could not live, he bade his wife and
infant boy and other relatives goodbye. He died at midnight. He was
attended in his last hours by the Rev. Father Dougherty, rector of St.
Mary's Church. Besides a wife, he leaves an infant child, a mother, and
several sisters. The unfortunate man was well known in Canandaigua, and
a host of friends who will regret his sad and untimely end. The
deceased was about 33 years of age.
From Shortsville Enterprise 17 September 1914
The death of Thomas McCarthy, of Ontario street, occurred
suddenly at his home on Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, aged about
66 years. His demise was occasioned by heart trouble. He had complained
of feeling ill on Sunday, but was able to attend his duties as janitor
at the schools on Monday. He was about the house an hour before the
summons came. Thomas McCarthy was born in Ireland about 66 years ago,
and came to America in 1864, locating at Auburn. After living there for
six years he came to Shortsville, in 1870, where he had since resided.
He was married to Miss Mary Nelson, of Plainsville during the year
1870. He had acted as janitor of the Shortsville High School for
several years, and well liked by the pupils and faculty. In his death
Shortsville loses an honest and conscientious man, one who possessed
the respect and confidence of all. The survivors are his wife, two
sons, John and William, and two daughters, Mrs. Andrew Smock and Miss
Jennie McCarthy, all residents of the Parlor Village. The funeral will
take place from St. Dominic's Catholic church on Friday morning at 10
o'clock and the interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery at
From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 1 August 1939
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Thomas McCarthy, 78, died in his home in
North Pleasant street yesterday after a brief illness. Born in
Canandaigua, he was pensioned after 38 years of service on the New York
Central Railroad. Mr. McCarthy leaves three daughters, Mrs. Leo Curran
and Miss Bernadette McCarthy, Canandaigua, and Mrs. Merrill Griffith,
Rochester; two sons, James, Rochester, and Edwin McCarthy, Miami, Fla.;
a brother, John C. McCarthy, Milwaukee, Wis.; and a sister, Mrs. John
Boyle, Canandaigua. Funeral services will be held in the home and in
St. Mary's Church Thursday morning with burial in Calvary Cemetery.
From Geneva Daily Times 22 December 1909
Shortsville, N. Y. - William H. McCarthy, a member of Herendeen
Post, G. A. R., was discovered in a dying condition in the cellar of
his residence on East Main street at an early hour yesterday morning.
Mr. Stettler, who resides in Mr. McCarthy's house, heard Mr. McCarthy
go downstairs and soon afterward heard the lamp as it fell and broke.
Mr. Stettler went to his assistance but he saw that he was failing very
fast and when help arrived he was dead. Mr. McCarthy was a widower, his
wife who was Miss Jane Hennessey of Phelps having died several years
ago. Mr. McCarthy was 68 years of age and one brother survives him,
Thomas McCarthy, and two nephews and two nieces, Mrs. Andrew Smock,
Miss Jennie McCarthy and William and John McCarthy, all of this
village. The funeral will be held from his late residence tomorrow
afternoon under the supervision of the G. A. R. Post.
From Geneva Gazette 3 February 1871
SUDDEN DEATH - Michael McCarty, a resident of Victor, aged
thirty-six years, who was a man in the full vigor of life, retired
Friday night to his room and was found dead the next morning. He
was a quiet, unassuming man and highly respected.
From Geneva Daily Times 2 December 1902
Mrs. Eliza J. McCauley, wife of T. A. McCauley, of Stanley,
died at 1:30 o'clock this morning at her late home, aged 65 years.
The cause of death was apoplexy. Six years ago the deceased
had a stroke, which was followed by another on Sunday. The second
stroke resulted in her death. The deceased is survived by her
husband, two sons, Dr. J. W. McCauley of Rochester, and J. A. McCauley
of Penn Yan, and by one daughter, Miss M. A. McCauley of Stanley. The
funeral will take place from her late residence at 2 o'clock Thursday
afternoon. Rev. A. B. Temple will officiate. Interment will be in
Number Nine cemetery.
From Geneva Gazette 12 December 1890
Mrs. John R. McCauley of Stanley died on Wednesday, Dec. 6, aged
84 years. She was a sister of Mr. Charles Rice of Seneca and an
aunt of Secretary of State Frank Rice. She left only one child,
Mr. Rice McCauley, she being the third wife of Mr. McCauley. She
was a most exemplary Christian lady and highly esteemed esteemed in a
wide circle of acquaintances.
From Ontario County Journal 15 December 1916
Stanley, N. Y. - Again death has come and removed from this community one of the oldest and best known citizens. Thomas H. McCauley, aged
79 years, passed away on Thursday last. He was assisting in some work,
when he complained of not feeling well, passed into the house and
sitting in his chair, apparently fell asleep and before medical aid
reached him, he was dead. Funeral services were held from his late
residence on Sunday afternoon. A large company was present to pay their
last respects to their lifelong neighbor and friend. Rev. A. B. Temple,
pastor of the Seneca Presbyterian church, of which Mr. McCauley had
been a member for many years, officiated. He was a charter member of
Seneca Grange and attended the last meeting. A loyal friend and man of
strong character, he will be missed in this
community. A daughter, Miss Calista, who cared for her father; and two
sons, Dr. John of Rochester, and J. Adelbert of Canandaigua, survive.
One brother, Rice, of this place, also survives, together with four
grandchildren. Burial was made in No. 9 cemetery.
From Geneva Gazette & Mercantile Advertiser 26 January 1831
DIED in Seneca, on Sunday morning, the 23d inst. Deacon Thomas
McCauly, aged 54 years. During the last year his constitution
had received a material shock by sickness, but on the morning of his
death was in usual health, and while sitting at
the breakfast table, he suddenly expired without a moment's
warning. Mr. McC. emigrated from
near Lancaster, Penn. to this town about 25 years ago; he has always
sustained an irreproachable character; was an eminently pious and
useful member of the Associate Reformed church in No. 9, and much and
justly esteemed by his friends and neighbors, who, with his bereaved
family, will long regret his loss.
From Geneva Daily Times 28 August 1903
Cora McCheyne, wife of Hugh McCheyne, who lives on the Tucker farm
on Pre-emption road three miles southwest of Geneva, died at the city
afternoon at 5 o'clock after a brief illness from typhoid pneumonia.
Mrs. McCheyne was but 28 years of age and
leaves besides her husband five young children. The funeral will be had
Sunday morning at Lodi, whither the body will be taken for burial.
From Geneva Daily Times, December 26, 1929, page 9
Word has been received of the death of Samuel B. McCheyne,
formerly of this city, yesterday morning at his home in Rathdrum,
Idaho. Besides his wife, he is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Hazel
Finch, Mrs. Beatrice Adams, Mrs. Margaret Skinner and the Misses Grace
and Dorothy McCheyne, of Idaho; five sisters and two brothers, B. D.
McCheyne of this city and John McCheyne of Euphrata, Wash. Funeral
arrangements have not been completed. Thanks to Martha McGill for
From Ontario County Journal 19 February 1897
Naples, N. Y. - Mrs. Edward McClellan died Tuesday. She was about
60 years old. This couple came here from Canandaigua a few years ago.
They had no children nor relatives here. The remains were taken to
Lyons for burial.
From Geneva Daily Times 27 March 1915
Canandaigua, N. Y. - The death of Dr. Frederick E. McClellan occurred
home in North Main street at 2:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon as
the result of heart disease. He had been in poor health for several
years. Dr. McClellan was one of the most prominent physicians in this
town. He was a member of the Ontario County Medical Society and of the
Canandaigua Society of Physicians.
From Ontario County Chronicle 7 May 1902
Walter McClellan, father of Drs. George W. and Fred McClellan,
this village, Saturday, aged 76 years. Death was due to old age. The
was a native of Canada, coming to this village several years ago. The
was held yesterday. He is survived by four sons and two daughters, Drs.
W. and Fred McClellan of this place, J. J. and James A. McClellan,
in Canada, Miss Anna McClellan, who resides here and Mrs. D. Potter of
From Shortsville Enterprise 2 April 1931
The following obituary is copied from last week's issue of the
Palmyra Courier-Journal, and is of local interest due to the fact that
the deceased resided in this vicinity for several years and was well
and favorably known to many of our readers. We quote:
Clarence A. McClelland, 60 years old, passed away at his home on
the Stop 36 road, early Tuesday morning. He had been ill for the past
year. Besides his wife, Mrs. Alice McClelland, he leaves one son,
Charles, at home; two brothers, William McClelland of Scarsdale, N. Y.,
and John McClelland of Montclair, N. J. The funeral service will be
held Friday afternoon at 2:30 from his late home, Rev. Lullus D. Bell
of the Methodist church officiating. Burial will be made in the Port
The Shortsville Enterprise 1 June 1916
Farmington, N. Y. - Cornelius McCloskey, 87 years of age, died
at his home in Brownsville on Friday night. He had for a long time been
failing health. A week ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis from which
he did not rally. Mr. McCloskey was born in Ireland, coming to this
country when 15 years of age. He passed nearly all his life in this
locality, where he became a prosperous farmer, owning at the time of
his death two farms
in Farmington. Mr. McCloskey was married in his young manhood, his wife
passing away forty years ago. Cornelius McCloskey is survived by one
Miss Jane McCloskey, who resided with her father; also four sons, James
and Eugene McCloskey of Brownsville; John McCloskey, who resides about
and a half miles west of Victor, and Bert McCloskey of Farmington. The
services were held Monday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Reuben Payne,
of the Friends Church at Pumpkin Hook, and the burial took place at the
From Victor Herald 22 February 1901
George J. McCloskey, who has been ill for some time at his home
east of this village, died last Wednesday. Consumption was the cause of
death. Deceased was 25 years of age. He is survived by his father,
Cornelius McCloskey, one sister, Miss Jane, and four brothers, Eugene,
James and Albert McCloskey, of this town. The funeral services were
conducted on Saturday.
From Geneva Daily Times 7 May 1902
Cora E. Mc Clure, wife of Orrin J. McClure, died at the family
residence, on the farm of Mrs. William Slosson, at 3 o'clock this
morning, aged 25 years. The deceased is survived by her husband
two small children, and by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crosby.
The funeral will take place from the house at 2 o'clock Friday
afternoon. Rev. C.
E. Jewell of this city will officiate.
From Ontario County Journal 5 December 1884
Mr. John S. McClure, long a well-known business man in this
village, died at the Canandaigua Hotel yesterday morning. He was taken
ill about two weeks ago, his physician pronouncing his disease typhoid
fever. We are informed that he
was unconscious throughout his illness, not even recognizing his
wife who was with him much of the time. His age was about 50 years.
Mr. McClure was for many years engaged in business here as a grocer,
but for three or four years past has been travelling for a New York
grocery and provision house.
From Ontario County Journal 6 April 1877
Reed's Corners, N. Y. - Mr. William McClure, who for more than 50
years has resided in the town of Canandaigua, died on Thursday, March
29, at the residence of Phillip F. Powell in this town. He had
been afflicted with asthma for several years past, and finally died
from the effects of the disease. He had boarded with Mr. Powell
since the 1st of September last. His remains were taken to
Canandaigua for interment. The funeral services were held on
Sunday last from the residence of his son, John S. McClure, in
the village of Canandaigua.
From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 28 February 1922
Canandaigua, Feb 27 - The death of Mrs. Belle McClurg, 65
years old, occurred at the the Thompson Memorial hospital this morning
from pneumonia. Mrs. McClurg was the widow of James McClurg and is
survived by three daughters, Mrs. George Standish and Mrs. Bert Struble
of Naples, and Mrs. Fred Maher of Webster; and three sons, James
McClurg of Hemlock, and William McClurg and Dawson McClurg of Bristol.
The body was taken to Honeoye for burial.
From Ontario County Times 1 January 1890
Allen's Hill, N. Y. - Wm. McClurg, an old resident of this
town, died Saturday, December 28th, after a long illness. Funeral from
his late residence on Monday, the 30th.
From Geneva Daily Times 18 May 1909
Gorham, N. Y. - Mrs. John McColl, wife of Rev. John McColl, pastor
of the Presbyterian church, this village, died this morning after a two
weeks' illness, following a stroke of apoplexy. The funeral will take
place Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Presbyterian church.
Burial will be made at Coatesville, Pa.
From Geneva Daily Times 5 May 1905
Shortsville, N. Y. - Martin VanBuren McComb, one of the most
widely known residents of Manchester, died suddenly while at work in
Brookside Cemetery, of which he is sexton, about 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, at the age of 64 years. He was in the best of health
previous to the time of his
death, and it is believed that the heat of the day caused a stroke of
apoplexy. He was born in Palmyra, and had spent most of his life in the
town of Manchester, living on a farm until about six years ago, when he
was made sexton of Brookside. At a meeting of the Cemetery association,
held Monday afternoon, he was re-elected to that position for another
term. Mr. McComb was married forty-four years ago to Miss Sarah A.
Smith, who survives him. He is also survived by one son, William J.
McComb of Chicago, one grandchild, Miss Frances Willard McComb of
Chicago; and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Shaver of Chelsea, Mich., and Mrs.
James Speaker of Dubuque, Iowa. Burial Brookside Cemetery
From Clifton Springs Press 7 October 1909
Caleb A. McOmber died at his home in this village on Sunday last.
He had been sick for over two years. The deceased was born in the town
of Farmington on August 31, 1850. He is survived by his wife, a son and
From Ontario County Journal 22 September 1905
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - John McConn died at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. William Powers, on Sunday evening, after a short illness
from dysentery. On Sept. 12, while he and his wife were visiting at
their daughter's home, the latter was taken ill, and two days later Mr.
McConn was stricken. Mrs. McConn is still seriously ill. The deceased
was 85 years of age, and had been a resident of this place for 55
years, securing the esteem and respect of the community. The funeral
was held from St. Bridget's church on Tuesday, Rev. P. A. Neville
From Ontario County Journal 22 December 1916
The death of Mrs. Mary McConnell, aged 65 years, occurred at
her home on Gorham street, on Friday evening, after a long illness. She
leaves two daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Emma McConnell; and two
brothers, James and John Twaddle of Rochester. The funeral services
were held at St. Mary's church on Monday morning. Interment was in
From Geneva Daily Times 19 September 1896
Mrs. Minerva McConnell, of 242 Exchange street, died yesterday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the age of 74 years. She was living alone
in her apartments and was found by
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. William McConnell, last Saturday evening,
in bed in a state of unconsciousness. She had been suffering from liver
trouble for several years. Her son, Wm. McConnell, lives in
Geneva. The funeral will be held from her late home Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock, the Rev. Dr. Rankine officiating.
From Geneva Daily Times 28 February 1922
William McConnell, 61 years old, died this morning at 8 o'clock at
his home, 26 Washington street. He is survived by four sons, Clarence
A. McConnell of California, William W. McConnell of Rochester, H. E.
McConnell and S. E.
McConnell of this city. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon at
o'clock at Glenwood Chapel, the Rev. J. B. Hubbs officiating. Interment
be made in Glenwood Cemetery. Friends are asked to omit flowers.
From Ontario County Times 3 August 1887
Flint Creek, N. Y. - Mrs. William McCoomb died at her residence,
Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock, after a long and very painful illness.
She leaves a husband and one son, who still survive her. The funeral
was held at the M. E. church at 3 p.m. Thursday. A large congregation
were present, she being a member of the M. E. Church at Hopewell.
From Ontario County Chronicle 30 November 1904
Saturday morning at her home on Jefferson avenue occurred the death
of Mrs. Bridget McCormack, after about a week's illness, death
being caused by pneumonia. The deceased was 40 years of age and is
survived by her husband, Michael McCormack, two children, Joseph and
Marie, and one sister, Miss Mary O'Brien. The funeral was held from St.
Mary's church Tuesday morning, interment being in Calvary cemetery.
From Canandaigua Chronicle 12 April 1905
On Thursday occurred the death of Mrs. John H. McCormack, aged
Mrs. McCormack was well known here and many friends mourn her
sad death. She is survived by her husband, John H. McCormack, six
children and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Fulham, all of this
village. The funeral was held from St. Mary's church Monday morning.
From Ontario County Journal 25 October 1907
Michael P. McCormack died at his home on Jefferson avenue on Friday
morning from a rupture of a blood vessel on the brain. He was 46 years
of age and had been suffering from a dropsical trouble for some time.
His wife died about four years ago, leaving him with two young
children, Joseph and Mary. He leaves his mother; two brothers, Thomas
and John; and three sisters, Misses Anna and Mary and Mrs. Patrick
O'Brien of Shortsville. The funeral was held on Monday morning from St.
From Ontario County Journal 29 December 1916
The death of Mrs. Nancy McCormack, widow of Francis
McCormack, occurred at the home of her son, William J. McCormack, at
Rochester on Wednesday, aged 91 years. Deceased was for many years a
resident of Canandaigua and was known as the pioneer business woman of
Canandaigua, having conducted the ice distributing business for 33
years following the death of her husband in1868. When help was scarce
she frequently did a man's work in the cutting and harvesting of ice.
When the pier was built into the lake, Mrs. McCormack was made toll
collector, a fee being exacted from all vehicles that drove on the pier
and from the boats which landed there. Mrs. McCormack had 13 children,
six of whom are living; two sons, John H. McCormack, of Canandaigua,
and William J. McCormack of Rochester; four daughters, Mrs. Patrick
Meath and Mrs. David Gentner of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Owen Doyle and
Mrs. Laura Koons, of Rochester. The funeral services will be held at
St. Mary's church at 10:30 o'clock this morning and interment will be
at Calvary cemetery.
From Ontario County Chronicle 26 October 1904
At her home on Bristol street, Sunday, occurred the death of Mrs.
She had been in ill health for some time. Deceased
was aged about 35 years. She is survived by one son, Edward McCormack,
of this village.
From Geneva Daily Times 28 November 1906
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Late last evening, a half hour after he
had left his home to go for a crippled brother, who works on the
railroad, William McCormack, aged 37 years, was found dead
in a barn on Robert Tyner's place on Jefferson avenue, where he kept
horse. The discovery was made by McCormack's brother, Michael, who
the family and then called Coroner F. P. Warner. McCormack was carried
to his home across the street, and after a brief examination, the
pronounced death to have been due to heart paralysis. McCormack had
incapacitated from work by failure of health for some time. He was
and leaves his mother, Mrs. Anna A. McCormack, three sisters and three
From Ontario County Journal 14 March 1913
The death of Frank R. McCormick, a Civil war veteran,
occurred at his home on Main street south, on Sunday, after a
two-months illness, aged 68 years. Besides his wife, he leaves a
daughter, Minnie; three sons, Eugene and Willard McCormick of
Watertown, Frank of Binghamton; a daughter, Sister Anne LeLobers, of
Quebec; his mother, Mrs. Nancy McCormick; four sisters and two
brothers, Mrs. Sarah Mead, Mrs. Cecilia Gentner, John McCormick of
Canandaigua, Mrs. Laura Coons, Mrs. Emma Doyle and W. J. McCormick of
Rochester. The funeral services were held at St. Mary's church on
Tuesday. Interment was made at Calvary cemetery.
From Ontario County Journal 14 March 1919
Mrs. John H. McCormick, aged 64 years, passed away at her home on
Main street south yesterday morning. She leaves her husband; a
daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Allen McCormick; and two sons, J. Edward of
Canandaigua, and Frank R. of Rochester. The funeral services will be
held at 9:30 o'clock on Monday morning.
From Ontario County Journal 12 April 1912
At her home on Jefferson avenue on Wednesday, occurred the death of Mrs. Mary McCormick, widow
of Michael McCormick, aged 78 years. Death followed a brief illness
from pneumonia. Deceased is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Patrick
Brien, Mrs. Frank Wardwell, Miss Mary McCormick; two sons, Thomas and
John McCormick, of this village.
From Ontario County Journal 7 December 1888
On Saturday last, David H. McCoy, one of the most highly
esteemed residents of this village died at his home on Chapin street.
He was respected as a citizen, trusted as a business man, confided in
as a friend, and was popular in Grand Army circles. He was a veteran
in Co. E of the 126th regiment, N. Y. Vol., and suffered acutely from
diseased contracted in the service. He was 50 years of age and leaves
a widow and two daughters.
From Geneva Daily Times 26 October 1896
George McCoy, while exercising his horse yesterday afternoon in
the old armory lot, was kicked and instantly killed. The horse had been
kept in a barn in the rear of Hassan's blacksmith shop and had not been
taken out in some time. A long halter had been attached to the bridle
and the horse had gotten some distance ahead of McCoy when it kicked
with a good deal of force and struck him directly over the heart. McCoy
dropped suddenly to the ground. The accident
was witnessed by David Bishop, who hastened to McCoy's side only to
find life extinct. Dr. McCarthy was called and said that death was
instantaneous, caused by paralysis of the heart due to the force and
suddenness of the blow. The body was taken to Borgman's morgue and was
subsequently removed to his home at 16 1/2 Castle street. The deceased
was 28 years of age and was married. He formerly came to Geneva from
From Shortsville Enterprise 6 December 1912
The death of Mrs. Margaret McCoy occurred at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Mary Pulling, in Main street, Manchester, on Sunday
morning at 1:30 o'clock, aged 86 years. She had been ill for a period
of a year or more and her death was due to old age. Mrs. McCoy was born
in Ireland during the year of 1826, and was a daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Dwyer. She came to America in 1850 and during that year
was united in marriage to Richard McCoy of Clifton Springs, whose death
occurred in Lima on November 19, 1909. Soon after their marriage they
took up their residence in Lima, where most of the married life was
passed. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Pulling, she is survived by five
sons, Edward and Richard McCoy of Lima; John McCoy of Rochester; Frank
McCoy of Wayland, and Michael McCoy of Providence, Rhode Island. The
funeral services were held from St. Dominic's church in this village on
Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock, conducted by the assistant rector, Rev.
William P. Ryan of Clifton Springs. The interment followed in the
Catholic cemetery at Lima.
From Geneva Daily Times 28 May 1910
Mrs. Maud McCoy, wife of Charles McCoy, died suddenly early this
morning of neuralgia of the heart. She had been ill for a week but was
about the house yesterday. Last evening at 6 o'clock Mr. McCoy went to
his work at the Electric Light Station, where he is employed on night
duty, but about 9 o'clock he returned home to see how her condition was
at that time. He found her very comfortable and much better and she
insisted on his going back to his work. When he came home from work
this morning at six o'clock, he found his wife had passed away some
time during the night. She was 30 years old and besides her husband,
she leaves one daughter, Miss Elizabeth McCoy, and her mother, Mrs.
Mary E. Flannagan of Albany. The remains were taken this afternoon to
the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Michael Manley, No. 71 Exchange
street. The funeral will take place Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock from
St. Francis de Sales church. Interment in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Gazette 24 November 1882
Wm. J. McCoy -
This estimable young man died on Sunday last, after a few months
illness of disease of the liver and kidneys, aged 31 years. He was the
only son of Geo. McCoy, janitor of Hobart College. Deceased was
markedly of a social disposition, which led him into fraternities,
where he was a decided favorite, a regular attendant upon stated
meetings and attained the highest honors in official positions. In the
Order of Odd Fellowship, he was a P. G. of Old Castle Lodge No. 299, C.
P. of Ontario Encampment No. 84, and Conductor of Union Temple No. 5,
P. C. He took a lively interest in political affairs, and at every
election was one of the most active and efficient workers at the polls
in getting out the democratic vote. His last vote was for Grover
Cleveland and all his colleagues on the Democratic ticket at the late
election, having at his own request been brought to the polls in a
carriage. In all relations in life he was a young man of strict probity
of character. The funeral of Mr. McCoy took place Tuesday afternoon
from Trinity Church. The Odd Fellows of all three organizations
attended in a
body and in full regalia, as did the Independent Battery of Artillery
in uniform, of which deceased had been a member.
From Geneva Daily Times 13 May 1912
George McCrea, one of the leading bakers of this city, died
yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at his late home, No. 69 Milton
street, after a lingering illness of sorosis of the liver. Mr. McCrea
had been able to be about for some time up to about three weeks ago
when he became worse and was confined to his bed. Mr. McCrea had
conducted a bakery on Seneca street here for the past fourteen years.
He had been a resident of Geneva for 25 years, coming here from Auburn
to take charge of the Steam bakery conducted by Robinson & Smith.
After that industry sold out to the trust, Mr. McCrea started in
business for himself. He was a prominent member of the Geneva Lodge of
Elks, No. 1054. He leaves his widow, one daughter, Helen, and one son,
Herbert, all of this city; three brothers, Lester McCrea of Auburn,
Louis McCrea of Rochester and Edward McCrea of Springfield, Mass; four
sisters, Mrs. Otis Gatchell and Mrs. John Leach of Auburn, Mrs. Arthur
Thompson of Rochester and Miss Mary McCrea of Cleveland, O. The funeral
service will be held tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock from the late
residence. Rev. John B. Hubbs, D. D., rector of St. Peter's Episcopal
church,. will officiate and the Order of Elks will also conduct the
funeral service of the order. The remains will be taken Wednesday
morning on the 11:08 New York Central train to Auburn. A special
funeral car will carry the party from Auburn to Skaneateles and
interment will be made in the cemetery there.
From Ontario County Journal 4 March 1910
Alonzo McCready, aged 90 years, died on Saturday at his home in
Centerfield, where he had lived for a great many years. He had been a
sufferer from dropsical trouble for some time. The funeral was held on
Monday. Interment at East Bloomfield. Besides his wife, he leaves two
sons, Elliott of Clifton Springs, and Dimock of Centerfield.
From Ontario County Journal 25 November 1892
The death of John C. McCrone, telegraph operator and
station agent for the New York Central at Chapinville, occurred last
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. McCrone was but thirty-four years
old at the time of death. A wife and one child survive deceased. The
funeral was held at Victor Wednesday. Mr. McCrone was formerly
assistant at East Bloomfield station of the Canandaigua and Batavia
From Ontario County Journal 29 January 1875
Mrs. Deborah McCrossen, one of the oldest residents of Richmond,
died in that town on
Wednesday of last week. Her age was 87 years. She was a
sister of the late A. A. Adams.
From Ontario County Journal 15 March 1901
Canadice, N. Y. - Nixon McCrossen, an old resident of this town, died at the home of his son in Brighton. The remains were brought here for interment on Monday.
From Geneva Daily Times 21 May 1912
The funeral of George McCulley, aged 50 years, who died
yesterday morning at the City Hospital after a week's illness with
pneumonia, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from his
late home, No. 335 Lake street, and at 3 o'clock from St. Francis
DeSales church. Interment in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
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