"Parn" to "Paz" Obituaries



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 18 October 1930

Geneva, N. Y., Oct. 17 - Mrs. Rose Parnello,
wife of Anthony Parnello of Exchange Street, died today. She leaves her husband; six children, Mrs. Mary Parisi of Victor, Mrs. Rose Rizzo of San Francisco, Josephine, Florence Parnello and Anthony Parnello, Jr., of Geneva and Christopher Parnello of San Francisco. Funeral Monday morning at 8 o'clock.



From Ontario County Journal 5 May 1893

Naples, N.  Y. -
The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Parr occurred Friday, April 28. A stroke of paralysis Thursday morning was followed by another the morning of her death. She was 60 years old, the widow of John Parr, one of the pioneer grape growers of the town. She had a fine home on her vineyard on Mt. Pleasant street, and was cared for by three adult children, William, Louise and Emma. The funeral at the Presbyterian church on Sunday was largely attended.



From Ontario County Journal 17 November 1882

A Naples correspondent of the Rochester Post-Express wrote, November 9th, that while George Parr, a young man of that village, was eating dinner at the house of his employer, James Covel, he took from a closet a bottle labeled Plantation Bitters, and drank at least a wine-glassful of the mixture it contained. He immediately began to feel ill, and went to Dr. Gallagher, taking the bottle with him. The doctors soon found that the solution was composed of sugar of lead and laudanum, and it was afterward learned that it was used as a horse liniment. Everything that could be done was resorted to to save the young man's life, but without avail; he died in two hours.



From Ontario Repository & Messenger 10 November 1869

We learn that Mrs. Parrish, an aged lady of over 80 years, mother of Mr. Ed. Parrish of Naples, was found dead last Monday morning, at the foot of the cellar stairs of her son's residence in that town. One of her arms was broken. It is said she was in the habit of getting up in the night and wandering about the house.



From Ontario County Journal 9 April 1909

The death occurred on Tuesday evening of Mrs. Catherine VanBuren Parrish, widow of Edward Parrish, at her home on Main street south, after an extended illness from dropsy. Mrs. Parrish was 88 years of age. She had been a resident of Canandaigua for 60 years. Her husband was Edward Parrish, a grandson of Jasper Parrish, a pioneer settler in the village, and for whom Parrish street was named. Mrs. Parrish was born at Clyde, and her early life was spent there before coming to Canandaigua. She was a member of the Methodist and took an active interest in everything that pertained to the welfare of that society. Mrs. Parrish was one of a family of 14 children, only one of whom is now living, William VanBuren, who resides in Canandaigua. Two sons, Charles and Warren Parrish, both of this village, two granddaughters, and two grandsons survive her. The funeral was held yesterday, interment being made in Woodlawn cemetery, Rev. Ward Mosher, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 4 May 1933

Died at her home in Ionia, N. Y., Tuesday, May 2, Cora Griffith Parrish. She is survived by her husband, Waldo G.; three daughters, Jeanette, R(illegible), and Mrs. Edwin E. White, all of Ionia; two sisters, Mrs. Clyde Taylor of East Bloomfield, and Mrs. Richard Ward of Crescent City, Illinois. Funeral from the late home Thursday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. Interment in Ionia cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 10 March 1899

Naples, N. Y. - Edwin R. Parrish
fell to the floor on Tuesday evening, as he was retiring, and in a few moments was dead. He had been feeble for a year or two, but was never confined to his bed. Mr. Parrish was a prominent citizen, one of the largest farmers in this region. He had lived all of his 80 years on the one farm on which his father, Jeremiah B. Parrish, lived in the early days of the town. It is now called Glenloch farm, and consists of about 1200 acres of fine land. He gave over a large portion of it to his son, Schuyler, Jr., some years ago, but had never lost interest in the management. He was an industrious worker. The death of this son, six years ago, again threw the burden care upon him. He had made his home since then with the family of the son. One son, W. Scott Parrish, of Canandaigua, and one daughter, Mrs. Thomas H. Williams of California, survive him; also one brother, William W. Parrish of Momence, Ill.



From Ontario County Times 3 June 1891

Naples, N. Y. -  Mrs. Edwin R. Parrish
died at her home on Sunday, May 24, aged 75 years. Mrs. Parrish was one of the sterling women of the previous generation, whose counsel and influence was always in the direction of the right. She was a woman of rare physical strength and health, and assisted her husband largely in acquiring a farm of some 1300 acres, living with him for upwards of fifty years on the home farm where she died. She leaves surviving her husband and three children: W. Scott Parrish of Canandaigua; S. J. Parrish of Naples; and Mrs. Emma Williams of Washington, D. C.



From Geneva Daily Times 25 April 1907

Hopewell, N. Y. - The death of Franklin Parrish occurred at his home at Hopewell Center early Monday morning, aged 64 years. Death was due to apoplexy. The death of Mr. Parrish came as a shock to his many friends and he was one of the most respected citizens in this community. Mr. Parrish had followed the occupation of a blacksmith, but had been unable to attend to his duties for the past few years. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and a sincere Christian. He is survived by his widow, his aged mother and two brothers, Charles and William, of Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Journal 28 October 1898

Ionia, N. Y. -
On Saturday last occurred the death of one of the oldest and most respected citizens, Isaac Parrish, aged 72 years. He leaves a wife, three sons, Nathan, Waldo and Rolla; two daughters, Addie and Dora. The funeral was largely attended from his late residence on Monday. Interment was at Mendon.



From Geneva Gazette 27 July 1836

DIED in Canandaigua, on the 13th inst., Jasper Parrish, Esq., aged 69.  The early life of Capt. Parrish was marked by incidents that gave interest to his character.  He was born at Windham, Conn. in March, 1767, and while a child emigrated with his parents to the Lackawaxen, Luzerne county, Penn.  In 1778, at the age of 11 years, when the British and Indians, led on by those ruthless chiefs, Butler and Brandt, were waging an unrelenting warfare upon the peaceful inhabitants of the Wyoming Valley, he was made a prisoner by the party of Delawares, who had, a few days previous, committed the atrocious "Massacre of Wyoming."  He remained a captive among the Indians seven years, during which time he was transferred from one tribe to another of the Six Nations, suffering privations incident to Indian life.  He was released from captivity at Fort Stanwix, (now Rome) under the treaty of 1784.  He had acquired, and could speak fluently, five different languages of these tribes, which enabled him to be useful in our subsequent intercourse with them, and he possessed, moreover, much of their confidence.  Under Washington's administration, he was appointed Interpreter to the Six Nations, and afterward sub-agent; both of which offices he held more than thirty years, and until Jackson's administration.  He was an early settler in Canandaigua, having resided here since 1792; and he well sustained the relations of husband, father and citizen.



From Geneva Daily Times 10 September 1903

Knowlton Parrish,
aged 21 years, son of Knowlton Parrish, died at his home, No. 25 Center street, yesterday afternoon after a long illness from cancer. He is survived by his father and mother, one sister, Isabelle Parrish, and one brother, William H. Parrish. The funeral will be held at the house Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. C. E. Jewell will officiate. The burial will be in Glenwood.



From Ontario County Chronicle 15 January 1902

Naples, N. Y.  - Mrs. Martha Conaughty Parrish
died yesterday, after a lingering illness, aged 54 years, at her home on the Glenloch farm. She was the second daughter of the late Joseph and Sarah Scott Conaughty and widow of Schuyler J. Parrish, who died in 1892. She was a member of the Presbyterian church. The surviving members of her family are two daughters, Miss Margaret, teacher in the Waterloo High School; Miss Matilda, a graduate of Smith College, and three sons, E. J. Parrish, Hugh M. of the class of 1902 in Michigan University, and Schuyler G. Parrish. She also leaves three sisters, Mrs. Mary Cleveland of Naples, Mrs. Alice Gordon of Rochester, and Mrs. Caroline Monier of Poughkeepsie.



From Ontario Chronicle 7 May 1902

Ionia, N. Y. -
On Sunday at 3 p.m. the funeral of Nathan Parrish was held from the M. E. Church. Mr. Parrish had been a great sufferer and leaves to mourn his loss a widow, two daughters and three sons.



From Ontario County Chronicle 22 October 1902

Mrs. Scott Parrish,
a highly esteemed and well-known resident of Canandaigua, died at her home in Howell street Monday morning, aged 48 years. Mrs. Parrish had been confined to her home for some time by heart trouble, which finally caused her death. She leaves a husband, a daughter, Miss Mary Parrish of Canandaigua, and a son, Jason Parrish, who resides in Farmville, Va. The funeral will be held from her late residence this Wednesday afternoon.



From Ontario County Journal 15 July 1892

Naples, N. Y. -
The sudden death of Schuyler J. Parrish on Wednesday morning was a great shock to the town. He had been very active as usual up to the Thursday night before, and was not thought to be dangerously ill. He died of a malarial fever developing into typhoid, induced by exposure and overwork. He had not been a strong man for years but no one would have suspected any infirmity, for he was probably the busiest man in town. His loss is far reaching, as he had so many business and family interests. While successfully managing a very productive farm of 1300 acres, he at the same time speculated largely in wool and stock, always finding time, however, to attend to the social and domestic interests of life. He was always cheerful, warm-hearted, kind to those in affliction, very fond of his family, and sparing no means to give them the advantages of education and travel. What the great loss of his death at this time will be to the beloved wife and five children can hardly be realized -- and also the Presbyterian church and society, of which he was a loyal member. He had been very active in promoting the interests of the Middlesex Valley R. R. and was hoping to receive great benefit therefrom, especially as a shipper of stock to New York. He was to have a station on his farm, and intended to make a market there. He was stricken down in the very midst of his life work, not having yet reached the age of fifty. He was the only surviving brother of W. Scott Parrish, of Canandaigua. A sister, Mrs. T. H. Williams, lives in Washington, D. C. His wife is the only daughter of the late Joseph Conaughty, of this village.

Ontario County Journal 22 July 1892

The funeral of the late S. J. Parrish, on Friday, was one of the largest ever attended here. Among those who came from a distance were W. W. Parrish, of Momence, Ill.; W. Scott Parrish and family and Dr. N. T. Clarke, of Canandaigua,; Mrs. T. H. Williams of Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Will Conaughty, of Albany; Mr. I. H. Nicholson of Cohocton, and Capt. T. H. Standish and wife, of Italy. The remains were interred at Rose Ridge cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 13 October 1911

Manchester, N. Y. - 
The funeral of Mrs. Caroline Parshall was held from her late home Monday afternoon, Rev. Hoyt Hill officiating. Her death occurred Saturday morning of heart trouble after an illness of several weeks. She was born 70 years ago in Pennsylvania and this township had been her home many years. Mrs. Parshall was a member of the W. C. T. U. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Frank Cole, Mrs. George Stevens and Mrs. George Huckerby, all of this village; also by four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Ellen Randall of Troy, Mrs. Harriet Wisner of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Jane Phillips of Waterloo; and one brother, Charles Phillips of Waterloo.



From Geneva Daily Times 31 July 1908

Canandaigua, N. Y. -
The entire population of Canandaigua regret to learn tonight of the death yesterday afternoon of one of Canandaigua's most popular citizens, Charles Parshall. Mr. Parshall died at the General Hospital at Buffalo, where he underwent an operation ten days ago, for an acute stomach trouble, from which he has suffered for several years. Mr. Parshall had a similar operation about two years ago from which he partly recovered, but of late has been gradually growing worse. His condition became so weakened that he never recovered sufficiently to be able to retain nourishment. The operation was performed by Dr. Parks of Buffalo. Mr. Parshall was about sixty years of age, and was born at Cheshire, a few miles from this village, in the town of Canandaigua. He had resided in Canandaigua the past few years. He was one of the sheriffs and was a familiar figure in the Ontario County court for the past forty years. Although he lost an arm quite early in life, he was one of the bravest men ever holding a similar position in the county and had assisted in the capture of some exceedingly dangerous characters. The remains will be brought to Canandaigua today for burial. The survivors are his wife, one son, Belmont Parshall, and a granddaughter, all of this village; and five brothers and sisters, Harvey Parshall of Cleveland, O., Gideon Parshall of Erie, Pa., Samuel Parshall of Shortsville, and Mrs. L. Willis of Cheshire.



From Ontario County Times 11 September 1889

Chapinville, N. Y. -
The funeral of Mrs. Daniel Parshall, who died September 2 at her daughter's, Mrs. George Davis, of Chapinville, was attended at the M. E. Church of that place on Wednesday of last week, D. D. Davis officiating. Mrs. Parshall had been a resident of Canandaigua for many years, until about eight years ago she came to live with her children at Chapinville, where she gained the esteem of all who became acquainted with her. She lived in widowhood about 17 years. She leaves one son and two daughters with their respective families, who mourn the absence of a devoted mother and grandmother. The bereft family have the sympathy of the citizens of Chapinville in their affliction.



From Ontario County Journal 1 May 1903

Rushville, N. Y. -  George A. Parshall
died at the home of his grandson, Fred Presler, in Potter Center, on Friday of pleura pneumonia, aged 76 years. Mr. Parshall was a former resident of this village and vicinity, where he was highly esteemed for his christian principles. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Rose Presler, of Middlesex; and two sons, William of Iowa, and Edward, who lives south of this village on the old homestead. The funeral was held on Sunday afternoon in the Free Baptist church at Potter, Rev. D. M. VanTuyl, of this place, officiating. The G. A. R., of this place, of which Mr. Parshall was a member, attended in a body. The interment was in Rushville cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 26 February 1909

Cheshire, N. Y. -
The remains of Harvey Parshall, who died at Detroit, Mich., were brought to Cheshire on Sunday for burial in the family lot in Pine Bank cemetery, by the side of his father and mother. Deceased was born in this place about 50 years ago and resided here until the autumn of 1885, when he moved to Detroit, Mich., where he has been engaged for the past six years as chef on the steamer City of Erie, where, with his generous, genial manner, he had made scores of friends. Besides the wife, Mrs. Nancy Williams Parshall, there is one son, J. Harvey Parshall, and two sisters, Mrs. N. E. Hutchens and Mrs. Alanson Willis, of this place, and two brothers, S. E. Parshall of Shortsville, and G. E. Parshall of Sayre, Pa. The bearers were boy friends of the deceased, whom he had so often mentioned during his last illness. Funeral services were conducted by Dr. Clark, pastor of the Union church.



From Neapolitan Record 10 November 1881

The people of Garlinghouse were shocked by the news of the death of Ira J. Parshall, son-in-law of Daniel Stephenson, at the early age of 23 years. He had been a resident of Bloods Station but a short time but had made friends of all who knew him by his energetic and upright ways. At Rushville, where he had removed from, he also left many warm friends who will mourn his unexpected death. He leaves a young wife, and two small children, to more acutely feel the loss of this kind husband and father. His sickness was of only four days duration and one of great suffering from general inflammation. The funeral services were held from the M. E. Church, Rev. Everett officiating and the remains were taken to Garlinghouse for interment.



From Ontario County Journal 3 July 1891

Cheshire, N. Y. - Mrs. Lodema Parshall,
a life-long resident of this place and vicinity, died Sunday night after a long and painful illness, at the age of sixty-four years. Funeral services were held in the church, Rev. J. M. Langworthy conducting the service. The remains were buried in the Cheshire cemetery by the side of her husband, who died twenty-three years ago. She leaves a family of seven grown-up children and other relatives to mourn her loss.



From Geneva Daily Times 21 March 1919

Mrs. Sophia Parshall, aged 86 years, died at 11:30 o'clock, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Corser, 23 Sherrill street. Besides Mrs. Corser, she leaves one son, S. A. Parshall of West Lynn, Mas; and one granddaughter, Miss Helen Corser, of this city. The funeral will be held on Sunday afternoon at the residence. Rev. D. H. Craver of the North Presbyterian church will officiate and burial will be made in West Avenue Cemetery, Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Journal 11 October 1889

Cheshire, N. Y. - Mrs. Sylvia Parshall died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Groom, in this village Saturday, October 5th, at the age of seventy-eight. Funeral services were held at the church, Rev. J. M. Langworthy conducting the services.



From Ontario County Times 8 May 1889

Shortsville, N. Y. -  Mr. William Parshall
died suddenly last Wednesday morning after he had commenced his day's work at the Littleville wheel works. He started away from his home in Manchester, apparently as well as usual. A post mortem examination revealed a condition of heart and lungs which would have been fatal in a few months at least. Mr. Parshall leaves an invalid wife and two daughters, Mrs. Anne Lowe, the oldest of the daughters, is also in very poor health. Rev. D. D. Davis preached the funeral sermon and conducted the services, which were held at the home of the deceased at 11 a.m. Saturday. Mr. Parshall was 58 years old.



From Victor Herald 15 February 1901

Bristol, N. Y. -
The funeral of Myron H. Parson was held at his late home last Friday at 12 o'clock. The deceased was 83 years old and is survived by one son.



From Victor Herald 10 January 1902

West Bloomfield, N. Y. - Abner Parsons,
who has been a great sufferer for the past two years with trouble of a cancerous nature, died Friday morning, about five o'clock. He leaves besides his wife, one son, George. Funeral services were held at his late home Sunday afternoon. Rev. N. W. Bates officiated. Interment was at Baptist Hill.



From Ontario Repository & Messenger 9 June 1869

Daniel Parsons,
living in the town of Bristol, Ontario county, attempted suicide week before last by taking a half-ounce dose of arsenic, which proved too much to kill him immediately, and sickened him. He lived six days, regretted bitterly his folly and expired on Monday, the 31st ult. His actions during the past spring have denoted clearly to his family and neighbors that he was troubled with aberration of mind, and his unhappy temperament could not bear the weight of grief that he imagined befell upon him so he deliberately ended his existence. Rochester Chronicle



From Ontario County Journal 9 November 1894

East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Daniel Parsons,
a highly esteemed and respected citizen, died on the road between Canandaigua and this village on Friday evening, November 2. The cause was probably heart failure. Mr. Parsons went to Canandaigua Friday evening by train for the purpose of driving back a horse which he had let to a commercial man. As he was about to depart for home, he met Prof. G. R. Wicker and Thos. Cummings, Jr., who were very anxious to go to Bloomfield that night. When about two miles west of the village of Canandaigua, Mr. Cummings's hat blew off and as the night was very dark, they proceeded back to find the hat. On returning to the carriage, they found the horse partially turned around and Mr. Parsons was nearly out of the carriage, his foot being caught under the toe rod. He was dead before he was placed back into the carriage. They at once proceeded home where he was taken to the office of Dr. Potter but life was extinct. Mr. Parsons was born in the town of South Bristol and removed to East Bloomfield about 18 years ago, and most of that time has carried the mail between this place and Honeoye besides doing a large livery business. In September, 1864, he enlisted in Company K, N. Y. Volunteers and served one year, when he was discharged from service on the 30th day of June, 1865.

He is survived by a widow and two children, Mrs. Spencer Saxby and Henry Parsons. The funeral services were held at the house on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. C. C. Johnson, formerly pastor of the Congregational church, assisted by the Rev. M. L. Stimson, conducted the services which were participated in by Crandall Post, G. A. R., of West Bloomfield. The deceased was 53 years of age.



From Geneva Gazette 27 February 1874

Elihu Parsons,
of Phelps, died in Marion, Wayne county, where he was visiting, on Sunday night last, of congestion of the lungs. He was much esteemed among our citizens, and was a class leader in the M. E. Church in this place.  Citizen.



From Syracuse Herald 27 April 1911

Geneva - Mrs. Ellen Parsons
died yesterday at her home, No. 521 Castle street. The deceased, who was 65 years of age, had lived in Geneva for the last eighteen years. She had been an invalid for the last five years. Her husband, Charles Parsons; one daughter, Mrs. Harry Loomis of Geneva; one sister Mrs. S. L. Burbank of Pittsfield, Mass., and one brother, J. F. Stearns of Troy, survive. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon. The Rev. A. E. Hall of the First Methodist church, assisted by the Rev. W. W. Weller of the First Presbyterian church, will officiate. Burial will be made in Glenwood cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 7 June 1912

Bristol Springs, N. Y. -
Died at her home, June 3, at 8:40 a.m., Mrs. Georgiana Parsons, widow of Levi Parsons, and daughter of the late Elisha Horton. When quite young she married Wallace Wilder, a brother of John Wilder, of this place, and of Mrs. Elihu Fellows, Vinton, Iowa. One child, Carrie Wilder, was her only child. She married George Miller, a veteran of the Civil war. Mrs. Parsons was nurse through the last sickness of three veterans of the Civil war, both her husbands and son-in-law being veterans. She was nurse to Mrs. Thankful Allen and her own daughter, Mrs. George Miller, both of whom died of tuberculosis. Her granddaughter, Mrs. Edna Miller Cooper, daughter of George and Carrie Wilder Miller, with her three children, Anna, Carrie and Burtis Cooper, of Canandaigua, are her only surviving relatives. Mrs. Parsons had owned and lived on the old Joshua Parsons place since her last marriage. She had been an industrious woman and a sympathetic and efficient helper in families in which there was sickness or trouble. She joined the Gospel Workers when Mrs. Carnahan and N. L. A. Eastman held their first protractel meetings here and at Boswells Corners. The funeral was held from her home on Wednesday, Elder Cooledge, her pastor, officiating. Burial at Coye cemetery. She was born Aug. 30, 1841.



From Ontario County Journal 26 February 1909

The funeral of Mrs. Harriet Norton Parsons, widow of Edward Parsons, was held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank A. DeGraff, Washington street, yesterday afternoon, Rev. L. L. Taylor officiating. Mrs. Parsons' death occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D. E. Warren, at Passaic, N. J., on Tuesday morning and the remains reached here on Wednesday morning. She was born at Ithaca 70 years ago. Since her marriage her home had been at Canandaigua and it was only during the past year she had been with Mrs. Warren. She had been in failing health for several years. Besides her daughters, she leaves one son, D. E. Parsons of Cleveland, Ohio, and one brother, Charles Norton of Lyons.



From Ontario County Chronicle 20 April 1904

Bristol Center, N. Y. - Hiram Parsons,
a respected and lifelong residence of this place, died at the home of his son, Wallace, on Thursday, April 14th. Death was due to old age, he being 91 years old. The funeral was held Saturday. Interment at Ganyard Hill.



From Ontario County Journal 11 October 1895

South Bristol, N. Y. - Levi Parsons,
aged 64 years, died after a short illness, October 6. He served in the late One Hundredth and Forty-eighth regiment, N. Y. Vol. and was mustered out at the close of the war; was a pensioner at $17 per month. Interment at the Coye cemetery.



From Geneva Gazette 18 September 1874

Mrs. Solomon F. Parsons,
wife of the well-known builder, died on Saturday evening last after an illness of only one week. She was apparently a healthy, robust woman, and her sudden decease (probably of a heart complaint) created no less surprise than sorrow in her family and among her acquaintances.  She was interred in the Glenwood cemetery.



From Canandaigua Chronicle 20 February 1907

Holcomb, N. Y. -  Mrs. Urania Parsons
died on Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Spencer Saxby. Besides Mrs. Saxby, her daughter, she leaves one son, Henry Parsons, who resides in East Bloomfield.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 26 December 1900

John A. Partice,
a well-known Canandaiguan, who for some years was identified with the clothing trade of the place, and who recently had conducted a clothing establishment at Willard, Seneca county, died at the home of his brother, after a brief illness of lung trouble that developed into pneumonia, Monday afternoon. He is survived by his widow and two children; his mother; two sisters, Mrs. Belle Conklin and Mrs. Maggie Blanchard; and two brothers, James Partice of Reeds Corners and George Partice of Canandaigua. The remains will be interred at Reeds Corners today.



From Geneva Daily Times 23 May 1908

Rushville, N. Y. -
The death of Mrs. Alice Partise occurred at her home in Reed's Corners Tuesday morning at 5 o'clock. During the last two weeks she had been ill with acute gastritis. Mrs. Partise was 73 years of age. She leaves two sons, George Partise of Canandaigua, and James of Reed's Corners; also two daughters, Mrs. Belle Conklin of Boston and Mrs. Blanchard of Reeds Corners. The funeral services were held at the Congregational church at Reed's Corners yesterday at 3 p.m., Rev. McCall of Gorham officiating.



From Geneva Daily Times 25 September 1909

Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
Shortly after noon on Friday at the family home on Hibbard avenue in this village occurred the death of Grover Partridge, at the age of 76 years and five months. The deceased had been confined to his home only a few days and his death was a great shock to village and vicinity. Mr. Partridge was born in the Town of Manchester and had spent a large portion of his life in this vicinity, the greater part of which was spent in the grocery business in this village, which he gave up about four years ago and had since lived a quiet life. In politics Mr. Partridge was a staunch Republican, having been the town clerk for the Town of Manchester for a term of seventeen years, and he had also held other offices of importance and trust in the party, and in this village. The deceased is survived by his wife, one son, Wells D. Partridge, who is in the mining business at Telliride, Colorado; and one sister, Mrs. E. Feller of Palmyra. The funeral services will be held at the late home on Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock and the interment will be in the family plot in Palmyra.



From Ontario County Chronicle 13 March 1901

East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Sunday at the home of her son, L. T. Partridge, occurred the death of Mrs. Jane Partridge, aged 92 years. She leaves two sons and two daughters, L. T. and Dr. B. F. Partridge of this place, and Mrs. Beam of Canadice and Mrs. Van Doren of Cohocton.

From Victor Herald 15 March 1901

East Bloomfield, N. Y. -
Early Sunday morning occurred the death of Mrs. Jane Partridge, at the age of 92 years, from the infirmities of old age. She is survived by three sons, Jay Ross Partridge of Canadice; Dr. B. S. Partridge and L. T. Partridge of this town; and two daughters, Mrs. F. L. Vandorn of North Cohocton, and Mrs. L. J. Beam, of Honeoye. Funeral services were held at her late home Tuesday afternoon, Rev. H. B. Mason officiating. The remains will be taken to Canadice for interment in the family lot.



From Ontario County Journal 31 January 1890

Canadice, N. Y. - Lewis J. Partridge died suddenly on the 24th inst. of neuralgia of the heart. Deceased had been sick for nearly a year, but was feeling quite well and sitting in a chair, when, without a moment's warning, he passed away. Mr. Partridge had been for many years a zealous christian and had reared a large family in the fear of the Lord. A large part of the 81 years of his life was spent in this town, almost 58 years since his marriage to Miss Jane Ross. Rev. J. E. Cook conducted the funeral services at the church on Sunday, preaching an eloquent sermon from 1st Cor. 15th, 22d & 23d verses. His companion, with two daughters, Mrs. J. S. Vandoren of Bloods, and Mrs. L. J. Beam of this town, and Dr. B. S. Partridge of East Bloomfield, and Jasper and Lewis T. of this town, mourn the death of an affectionate husband, a kind father and a good man in every sense of the word.



From Geneva Daily Times 6 September 1907

Alfred Passmore, 43 years of age, died at the City Hospital yesterday afternoon after a short illness. His condition was not thought to be serious until yesterday morning, when a sudden change set in, resulting in his death. Mr. Passmore was a moulder and had worked at the Phillips & Clark Stove Works for fifteen years. He was born in Toronto, where he lived until he came to this city. The deceased was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks, C. M. B. A., and was president of the Iron Moulders' Union. He is survived by his parents who live in Toronto and one sister of Hamilton, Ont. The remains were removed to Lynch's undertaking rooms and later to the home of James Wade, of No. 48 Prospect avenue. Mr. Wade was a close friend of the deceased. This afternoon at one o'clock the funeral was held from St. Francis de Sales church, after which the remains were taken to Toronto by the way of the Lehigh Valley. A delegation from the Knights of Columbus and the Moulders' Union turned out for the funeral.



From 12 November 1910

Harvey D. Patchin,
aged 83 years, died last evening at 6:30 o'clock at his home, No. 2 Elm street, after an illness of three months. The deceased was born in Onondaga county. He came to this city about 45 years ago. For a number of years he was employed as chief engineer of the Seneca Lake Steam Navigation Co., and then Mr. Patchin entered the grocery business. For eighteen years he conducted a store at the corner of Genesee and Castle street until he retired six years ago. He is survived by one son, F. W. Patchin; two daughters, Emma A. Patchin and Mrs. A. W. Sperry, of this city, and two brothers, T. W. Patchin of Liverpool, N. Y., and A. D. Patchin of Syracuse. The funeral will take place Monday afternoon from the house. Rev. David H. Craver will officiate and burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.


 
From Geneva Daily Times 16 November 1903

Canandaigua, N. Y. - James D. Paterson,
a well-known and respected citizen, passed away at his home on Chapin street Saturday night, aged seventy-three years and six months. He had been an invalid for the past twenty-three years, as the result of injuries sustained in a railroad accident in England, while he was traveling through that country. He was born in Greenoch, Scotland, in April, 1830, and came to this country in 1849, engaging in business at London, Canada. Later he acted as traveling representative for prominent New York and Boston dry goods houses, and in 1868 came here and established the Boston store, which he continued for twelve years, or till failing health compelled his relinquishing all business. He has long been a member of the Baptist church, and up to the time his declining health necessitated his giving up all activity, he was a leading and active member of the local church. He is survived by his wife, Jane Story, to whom he was united in 1855, and a daughter, Miss Grace S. Paterson, and one son, Robert D. Paterson, both of this place, also survive. He also leaves a sister, Mrs. Grace Carmichael, of Glasgow, Scotland, and brother, Robert C. Paterson, of Dunedin, New Zealand. The funeral is to be held Monday at 2:30 p.m. from the late residence on Chapin street.



From Ontario County Journal 10 April 1910

Death came as a welcome release to Mrs. James Story Paterson at her home on Chapin Street early on Sunday morning, following an illness of over 20 years, four of which she was confined to her bed. Deceased was born in Naples 77 years ago, and was the widow of James D. Paterson, for many years a leading merchant in Canandaigua. His death occurred ten years ago. Mrs. Paterson was a member of the Baptist church and exemplified all ways the life and character of a devoted loyal Christian. There survive one daughter, Miss Grace F. Paterson, and six grandchildren, Mrs. Clifford Wood, west lake shore, and Beatrice, Donald, Helen, Ruth and James Paterson, of Canandaigua. The funeral services were held at the home of Mrs. Robert D. Paterson on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Guy L. Morrill officiating. Interment was in Woodlawn.



From Ontario County Journal 5 September 1913

In the death of Robert Donald Paterson, which occurred at his home on Chapin street on Tuesday morning, Canandaigua loses a loyal and popular citizen. The cause of his death was Bright's disease, following an illness of six weeks. The sympathy of his many friends goes out to his wife, Mrs. Sophia May Fellows Paterson, who with five children, Beatrice, aged 10 years, Donald, aged 8, Helen, aged 5, Ruth, aged 3, and James, aged 2; his aged and totally blind mother, Mrs. Jane Story Paterson; and a sister, Miss Grace C. Paterson, survive. Robert Donald Paterson was born in Canandaigua on August 31, 1873, and was a son of James D. Paterson, for many years a leading dry goods merchant of Canandaigua. When a young man he started work in the A. D. Paul & Co. drug store, after which he acted as paper carrier at the Times office and then became an apprentice at the printing trade in The Journal office. Mr. Paterson, in partnership with Robert T. Hydon and later with his brother, since deceased, became part owner of the Ovid Independent and afterwards assumed the sole control of that paper. In 1898 he sold out his interests at Ovid, and returned to Canandaigua to enter the service of The Journal as associate editor, a position which he retained, with the exception of three years which were spent partly as a legislative clerk at Albany, and partly in newspaper work at Buffalo. In newspaper work, he was noted for his originality of expression, and keen wit. In the active affairs of the community, he was a conspicuous figure, having served as trustee of the village and was chosen two clerk, the office which he held at the time of his death, by a large majority at the election in 1911. He was a staunch Republican.

Life to him was a living reality, bright, cheery and full of hope. It was with his family that he found his greatest pleasure and enjoyment. Generous, unselfish, always ready to do a favor and loyal to the last, his memory will be cherished by a large circle. Many beautiful tributes to the beauty and strength of his character have come from friends of a life time. The funeral services were held yesterday afternoon, Rev. G. Rector Dye, pastor of the Baptist church, of which Mr. Paterson was an active member, officiating. Rev. Dewitt S. Hooker, chaplain of the local I. O. O. F. lodge, of which Mr. Paterson was also a member, read the scripture lesson. The lodge attended in a body. The active bearers were Albert W. Stevenson, William A. Patton, William H. Townsend, J. Charles Smith, Simeon F. Orman and Edwin P. Gardner. The honorary bearers were District Attorney Horace W. Fitch, Charles O. Sackett, Elmer O. Lucas, chairman of the board of supervisors, Timothy W. Lynch, County Clerk James H. Tozer, County Probation Officer John Trembly. Interment was in Woodlawn cemetery.



From Ontario Repository & Messenger 26 January 1870

Died January 21st, at his residence, near Canandaigua, James Paton, in the sixty-ninth year of his age. Mr. Paton was born June 6th, 1801, at Franchie, Fifeshire, Scotland, but came to reside in this country at the age of 17. During the early part of his live he was engaged in commercial pursuits in the city of New York, and there attained the highest eminence as a Christian merchant. He was for several years an elder in the First Presbyterian Church in that city. About twenty-eight years ago, he purchased a beautiful place on the west bank of the Canandaigua Lake, and has since made it his family seat -- spending his leisure hours in the cultivation of his farm. In all business concerns of life, Mr. Paton was an upright and exemplary man. Socially, no spot could be more charming for its genuine hospitality than his home. His influence was always on the side of pure and undefiled religion. Though diffident and retiring in his habits, and consequently having fewer intimates than many others, his attachment to his friends was genuine, ardent and sincere; and his heart was large enough to comprehend the whole human race in its broad evangelical charity.



From Ontario County Chronicle 27 May 1903

Clifton Springs, N. Y. - Mrs. Mary Ann Paton
died of consumption at the home of Mrs. Maude Wilcox early Thursday morning, aged 90 years. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Murray Caldwell of Ithaca, and several nieces and nephews and grandchildren. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Mr. Baum were held at the house at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Interment at Gypsum.



From Geneva Daily Times 29 July 1930

Frank Patrick
died yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at his home on the Lyons Road following a long illness. He was 59 years of age. Mr. Patrick was a member of Old Castle Lodge, I. O. O. F., Geneva, Enterprise Grange at Oaks Corners and of the local First Methodist church. He was also well-known as a successful farmer. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Priscilla Ina Patrick; one son, Oscar of Geneva; five brothers, William R., John P., Arthur and Albert, all of Geneva, and Cornelius of Hall; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Hill of Geneva and Mrs. Emma Ward and Mrs. Alice Raynor, both of Wolcott. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late home on the Lyons road. Members of the I. O. O. F. will have charge. Interment will be in Oaklawn cemetery, Oaks Corners.



From Geneva Daily Times 16 January 1946

William R. Patrick,
aged 85, died this morning at the home of his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, 315 Genesee street, following an illness of several weeks. Surviving are three brothers, John P., Geneva; Cornelius, Hall; and Albert, Lyons road; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, Geneva; Mrs. Albert Raynor and Mrs. Emma Ward, both of Wolcott; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Bennett Funeral Home, 207 Genesee Street, Rev. L. D. Bell, pastor of First Methodist Church, will officiate and interment will be in Dobbins Corners Cemetery.



From Ontario County Chronicle 29 May 1901

Manchester, N. Y. - Jere Patridge, who resided in the northern part of this town, hung himself in his barn on Tuesday morning of last week; his body was discovered by his daughter at noon. The deceased had become blind within the last tow years, and ten months ago he lost his wife, and since that time he has grown gradually despondent. He was 64 years of age and is survived by a son and two daughters. Interment at Palmyra.



From Geneva Daily Times 24 February 1905

Rushville, N. Y. - John W. Patten,
who died of Bright's disease Wednesday, was sixty-nine years of age. The funeral was held at 9 o'clock this morning at his late home east of this village. Rev. A. W. Rice, pastor of the M. E. church, of which Mr. Patten had long been a member, officiated. Burial was at Hopewell Center.



From Geneva Daily Times 23 September 1896

The funeral services of the late A. M. Patterson, whose death occurred at 11: 15 o'clock yesterday morning at the family home on South Main street after a lingering illness, will be held at Trinity church Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. The remains will be taken to Boston for interment. Mr. Patterson was born in Boston in 1845. Soon after his birth his father removed to New York where his son was educated, entering the class of 1864 in the College of New York. Young Patterson left before graduating in order to go into business with his father. In 1873 he became connected with the Waterloo Woolen Manufacturing company, of which he has ever since been president. He was at one time member of the firm of Patterson and Greenough, of Worth street, New York. He had been prominent in Seneca county politics for many years, being an ardent republican, and served one term in the state assembly. In 1883 he was a republican presidential elector. Mr. Patterson's home was in Geneva, where he occupied a high social position. His family consisted of wife and two sons and one daughter, Gordon, A. M. Jr., and Miss Eleanor. He was well-known in Washington, where he often spent the winters with his family. He was a member of the Union League club, the University club, the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity, and the Merchants club of New York, the Metropolitan club of Washington, and was a director of the institution for the deaf and dumb and of the institution for the savings of the merchants' clerks. He belonged to the Algonquin and Kanadesaga clubs of Geneva, and was an honorary member of the Thirty-fourth Separate company.



From Geneva Advertiser Gazette 17 May 1906

Caroline L. Patterson,
widow of the late John D. Patterson, died at her home on St. Clair street in this city, on Tuesday, May 15th. Mrs. Patterson was the daughter of Azar and Polly Gage, and was born at DeRuyter, Madison County, N. Y., on November 19, 1826. In 1866 she was married to John D. Patterson and returned with him to his home in California. After four years residence



From Victor Herald 4 May 1895

East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Chas. L. Patterson,
aged 52 years, a veteran of the late war, died at South Bloomfield last Friday, April 26th. He served in Co. 2, 8th New York Cavalry. He leaves a wife and children.



From Ontario County Journal 18 February 1910

On Wednesday morning occurred the death of David Clinton Patterson of Honeoye, after a long illness. Deceased was 88 years of age. He was born in Portage but had resided at Honeoye since 1865. Deceased was a veteran of the Civil war, a prominent Democrat and had held many town offices. He is survived by his wife, two sons, Ex-supervisor G. W. Patterson of Honeoye, and Clinton Patterson of Conesus; and one daughter, Mrs. H. H. Jerome of Livonia. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.



From Geneva Gazette 19 May 1893

OBITUARY - Mr. George Patterson
died at his residence, North Main street, at an early hour this morning.  The event had not been unexpected since the deceased fell under a  paralytic stroke in the coal office where employed, some three or four weeks ago, succeeding two or three previous attacks of a like nature, though at long intervals. Since the last one, Mr. Patterson has remained at home, realizing that his life work was done.  At about 3 o'clock this morning he awoke and called for a cup of tea of which he partook.  Asked how he felt, he replied "first rate now, although I've had a bad night."  His son William remained by his side, and the father soon fell into a doze.  At 4:30 a short gasp escaped his lips, and all was over.

Mr. Patterson emigrated from Ireland nearly thirty years ago.  He settled in Geneva in 1836, and for the last 37 years was in the employ of Mr. Elbridge Dakin, (whose death occurred the present year.)  He was an excellent penman and accountant, and assisted in keeping the books and accounts of his employer, also willingly performing whatever labor was assigned to him in and about the warehouse and coal yard.  He enjoyed as he deserved, by his fidelity and integrity, the unlimited trust and confidence of his employer. By thrift and frugality, Mr. Patterson acquired a nice little property in real estate, which in recent years has greatly enhanced its value.  This is left  unencumbered to his aged widow and two only surviving and worthy sons -- Wm. B. and Peter. The funeral of Mr. Patterson will take place next Monday at 9 o'clock from St. Francis de Sales Church, of which he was a faithful and devout member.



From Ontario County Times 26 January 1887

George T. Patterson,
a well-known business man of Geneva, committed suicide last Wednesday afternoon by cutting his throat. Business troubles are supposed to have prompted the deed. Mr. Patterson was about thirty years of age.



From Geneva Gazette 15 August 1884

Henry R. Patterson,
aged 76 years, late resident of the Nicholas farm about two miles southwest of Geneva, dropped dead last Tuesday afternoon while walking from his son's residence to his daughter's in that neighborhood.  His death occurred from apoplexy of the heart induced probably by severe labor in the forenoon in the hot sun.  The funeral of the deceased took place yesterday afternoon, the remains being interred in Glenwood cemetery.  His wife and four children survive him, all of whom have the sympathy of the entire community in their sudden bereavement.



From Geneva Advertiser 11 March 1902

John D. Patterson
died at his home on St. Clair street last Friday afternoon, aged 86 years.  For years his has been a familiar and most welcome figure in our streets.  Few but his most intimate friends knew that he was ill.  It seems but a very few days ago that he was seen coming out of Dorchester & Rose's store.  Although Geneva has been his home for many years, buying the place formerly owned by W. B. Douglas, his investments were in the west, in California and Texas, and he ranked with the largest ranch owners of the great west.  One year he was reported to have a harvest of 20,000 acres of wheat, and two years ago his seed cost $14,000.  He is survived by his wife, but leaves no children.  In his death, Geneva loses one of her best citizens.



From Ontario County Journal 16 June 1916

Honeoye, N. Y. -
On Thursday occurred the death of Mrs. Susan Patterson at her home on Lake street. She was the daughter of John and Harriet Bryant and was born in Jacksonville 92 years ago. She was married in 1843 to David C. Patterson. She leaves two sons, George and Clinton, both of this village, and a daughter, Mrs. H. H. Jerome, of Livonia. The funeral was held on Saturday afternoon from the late home and burial was made at Lake View cemetery.



From Geneva Gazette 4 January 1895

Another Sudden Death - Mr. Wm. B. Patterson
died at his residence, North Main street, early this morning.  Of the nature of his ailing we are not advised, but as he had not long been ill, assume that it was of the heart, which carried off his father and one brother.  Will was well-known and quite popular with all acquaintances.  He was some years ago elected and served a term as village clerk, and took an active part as a Democrat in political affairs for many years.  He leaves a wife, (daughter of John O'Malley) but no children.



From Geneva Advertiser Gazette 14 December 1905

David H. Patty,
one of Geneva's prominent nurseryman and fruit growers, died very suddenly last Monday morning, aged 54 years. If he had been ailing at all, he did not show it in his everyday life. His death was from heart failure. As told us he had arisen from his bed, and toppled over dead before he could dress. There was a man the very soul of honor, of cheerful disposition, foremost in good works, member of the Y. M. C. A. and of the Rippey Class, and always willing to do any work allotted to him. We have known him for fully thirty years, seen him from once to five times a day, and never once saw a frown upon his face. His domestic relations were of the very pleasantest character. His wife is a daughter of the late William Scoon, who with her daughter will sadly miss a very affectionate husband and father, as the city will miss an upright, honest citizen and good neighbor.



From Ontario County Journal 23 May 1890

Alexander Duncan Paul died at his residence in this village Wednesday evening, May 21st, aged 51 years. Mr. Paul had been an invalid for several months, gradually failing until the end came. He had been one of the prominent and successful business men of Canandaigua for over thirty years, commencing in the drug business as a partner with W. Fitch Cheney in 1858. He entered the service of his country in the late civil war, and was assigned to duty by Surgeon E. W. Simmons, of this place, as hospital steward in the 148th Regiment N. Y. V., and on leaving the service resumed business as a druggist, in which his brother, Charles R..,  was admitted as partner a few years ago. He leaves surviving him one brother, Charles R., and three sisters, Fanny C., Helen P., and Mary H. The funeral service will be held at the family residence on Main street on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.



From Ontario County Times 10 March 1886

Bristol, N. Y. - Amy Hicks Paul,
daughter of Jabez and Nancy Hicks, and relict of Phillip Paul, died at the residence of her son-in-law, Seth Francis, in Richmond, N. Y., March 2, aged 83 years, 7 months, 3 days. Funeral from the Universalist church in Bristol, March 4, at 12 M. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Betsey Wheeler of Bristol, and Mrs. Nancy Haney of Richmond; one daughter, Mrs. Seth Francis, and numerous other relatives to mourn her loss. Kind hands have tenderly cared for her many years. She was buried beside her husband in the old cemetery on Baptist Hill.



From Geneva Daily Times 13 March 1933

The death of Mrs. Carmella Paul, wife of Frank Paul, of 33 Exchange street, occurred last night at the Geneva General Hospital after a short illness. Besides her husband, she leaves seven daughters, Mrs. Peter DiNardi, Mrs. Roy Elwood, Mrs. P. A. Channave, Mrs. Charles Pitifer, Mrs. Pambelo Pitanaro, Clara and Gloria Paul; one son Louis; and eight grandchildren. The funeral will be held Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock from her late residence and 9 o'clock at St. Francis de Sales church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 20 April 1900

Canadice, N. Y. -
On Friday noon occurred the death of John Paul at his home in this place, aged 79 years. Mr. Paul moved to this place from Michigan several years ago. He leaves a wife, two sons, William and Fred; and one daughter, Jennie Paul of this place; and one brother, Joseph Paul of Honeoye. The funeral was held from the house on Monday, Rev. Blowers of Hemlock, officiating.



From Ontario County Journal 4 March 1910

Bristol, N. Y. - 
The body of Mrs. Mary Jane Paul was interred in Evergreen cemetery on Tuesday. Mrs. Paul, who was nearly 86 years old, was the daughter of Samuel and Lucy Hicks. She was united in marriage to Seth Paul. They adopted two daughters, Alice and Hattie, both of whom are dead. She was born and lived, until the death of her husband 25 years ago, on the farm now occupied by John Hayes. Mrs. Paul then moved to the home of her sister, Mrs. Maria A. Rowe of Chatham, who is the only member of her family to survive, with whom she has since made her home, the funeral being held from the residence on Monday afternoon. Rev. George A. Babbitt conducted the services at the grave.



From Geneva Daily Times 8 February 1907

Phelps, N. Y. - The death of Miss Phoebe Paul, an old and highly respected resident of this place, occurred at her home this morning, death being due to apoplexy. The funeral will be held from St. John's church next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.



From Ontario County Chronicle 22 July 1903

Last Thursday evening while Richard Paul, an employee at the Sonnenberg farm of Mrs. F. F. Thompson, was throwing hay down from a mow, he fell through a chute in the loft. He was found dead on the floor below, having fallen a distance of 24 feet. An examination showed that he had sustained an injury to the back of his head, which probably caused his death. The chute was evidently covered with hay so that Paul was unable to locate it. The deceased was an Englishman and had been in this country about ten years. He resided on the Albert Smith farm near Centerfield. He leaves a wife and five young children. He was an industrious, hard working man, and his death is a particularly sad one. Burial West Avenue Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 3 November 1882

East Bloomfield Station, N. Y. - Seth Paul,
of Bristol, who has been ill a long time, passed away early Tuesday morning, aged 60 years. Funeral was held at the church, Baptist Hill.



From Canandaigua Chronicle 6 June 1906

Honeoye, N. Y. - 
The funeral services of Mrs. William Paul of Canadice were held in the First Congregational church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Paul had been ill for fourteen weeks. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn her loss. The burial was in Lake View Cemetery.



From Victor Herald 9 May 1902

East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Joseph Paull
died at the home of his niece, Mrs. Latimer Andrews, where he had been living for some weeks, Wednesday forenoon. His remains were taken to Honeoye, his former home, where the funeral services were held. He was eighty-seven years old and has a sister living.



From Canandaigua Chronicle 1 May 1907

Allen's Hill, N. Y. - 
Died, at her home in the town of West Bloomfield, Sunday, April 21, Mercy Elizabeth, wife of the late David A. Paull, aged 69 years. Mrs. Paull was the daughter of Stephen and Betsey Waldron Francis, and one of a family of seven children born in Bristol. She leaves an only child, Miss Agnes M. Paull, who has the sympathy of all in her bereavement. She leaves two brothers, John H. of Washington, D. C., and Charles W. of Bristol; and one sister, Mrs Marie McMillan. She was woman of much culture, enjoying the respect of all. Burial at Baptist Hill.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 17 May 1933

East Bloomfield, May 16 - William W. Paull,
81, died today at the home of daughter, Bertha Scheidman of Farmington. He is survived by a son, Ray C. Paull of Conneaut, Ohio. Funeral at the local mortuary Thursday at 2:30 p.m.



From Geneva Daily Times 2 October 1942

Mrs. Mary L. Pavlak,
widow of the late Victor Pavlak, died this morning at her home at 23 Cortland street, following a short illness. She is survived by one son, William of Geneva; one daughter, Mrs. Mary H. MacInerney; and three granddaughters, Mary, Frances and Helen, of Hollywood, California. The funeral will be held Monday morning at 8:30 at the home and at 9 o'clock from St. Stephen's Church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's cemetery.



From Naples Record 27 November 1875

Allen Payne,
Farmington, died recently; he was 74 years old and lived on his farm 72 years.



From Geneva Daily Times 17 August 1909

Manchester, N. Y. -
The remains of Andrew J. Payne, who died while visiting relatives in Bantford, Canada, were brought to his home and the funeral held in the town of Farmington Monday. Mr. Payne had been a lifelong resident in that town, was 65 years of age, and is survived by two children, a son and a daughter.



From Shortsville Enterprise 3 July 1908

Farmington, N. Y. -
The sudden and unexpected death of Mrs. Andrew Payne, which occurred on Tuesday, has saddened our community. Mrs. Payne had been a great sufferer from a nervous disease which baffled the skill of her physicians. She seemed in usual health on Tuesday, and when Mr. Payne and son returned home after an absence of one and a half hours, they found that the wife and mother had passed to the land where there is no more parting and "God shall wipe all tears from their eyes."

From Ontario County Journal 3 July 1908

Mrs. Andrew Payne,
aged 65 years, committed suicide at her home at Farmington, on Tuesday afternoon, and the lifeless body was discovered by her son hanging by a rope from a rafter in the house. The woman had committed the deed during the absence of her son, who left the house about 1 o'clock. She left a note upon the table telling of her plan for self destruction. Though she had been in poor health for some time there had been nothing to indicate that she was despondent. Coroner F. P. Warner was summoned and rendered a verdict of death by suicide. Mrs. Payne was a Friend. She leaves her husband; her son, Irving, a student at Michigan University; and a daughter, Dr. Esther Payne, of Guthrie, Oklahoma.



From Geneva Daily Times 18 July 1928

Mrs. Caroline Payne,
wife of John Payne, died yesterday afternoon at her home, 274 Pulteney street, after a short illness. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, James of Rochester and John of New York City; one sister, Miss Annie Flawn of Washington, D. C.; two brother Fred Flawn of Cleveland, Ohio, and Alfred Flawn of London, Ontario, Canada, and two grandchildren. The funeral will be held Thursday from the residence on Pulteney street at 2 o'clock and at 2:30 o'clock at Trinity Church. Rev. Irving McGrew will be in charge of the services and burial will be made in Glenwood Cemetery.



From Shortsville Enterprise 15 January 1931

Eugene Payne,
a well-known resident of Manchester, passed away at the home of his son, Oscar D. Payne. last Thursday afternoon at the advanced age of 80 years. Mr. Payne was born in Manchester on March 29, 1850, a son of the late David and Samantha Stafford Payne. He was united in marriage with Miss Eva A. Wheat on January 9, 1872. He was a faithful member of the Manchester Baptist church. He is survived by his wife; one son, Oscar D. Payne of Manchester; a daughter, Mrs. R. T. Springer of Kirkwood; and one brother, Collins Payne of Palmyra. Funeral services were held from the Oscar Payne home on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock and from the Manchester Baptist church at 2 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Leon L. Swarthout. The remains were interred in Brookside Cemetery, Shortsville.



From Shortsville Enterprise 25 December 1913

Mrs. S. J. Smith mourns the death of her estimable father, George Payne, which occurred at his Farmington home on Monday, Dec. 8, following a stroke of paralysis. The funeral was held the following Thursday from the Friends' church and interment was made in North Farmington cemetery. Five daughters and two sons survive.



From Victor Herald 15 March 1907

The death of Mrs. Jane Payne, a lifelong resident of the town of Farmington, occurred at her home on Monday afternoon, March 4th, 1907.  Mrs. Payne was born March 11th, 1811, in Farmington, on the farm now in possession of Milton A. Smith, in a log house, the only landmark of its situation being a horse block now standing where the chimney of the house had its foundation. Her parents, William and Martha Hill Brown, were natives of Rhode Island and came to this state in 1790. She was married July 2nd, 1834, to George, son of Gideon and Phebe Hill Payne, who came from Massachusetts and were among the early settlers of the town. Six children were born to them, four of whom survive: Andrew G. Payne, Martha L. Padgham and Hannah L. Norton of Farmington; and Phebe L. Corrigan of Canada; and ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The eldest son, Gideon B. Payne, died in 1880 and the youngest daughter, Florence L. Payne, died in 1905. Mrs. Payne was left a widow in the year 1847. By hard industry, economy and perseverance, with the advice and counsel of her brother, Levi A. Brown, who, having no children, was appointed guardian to his nephews and nieces, she succeeded in removing the debt left upon the farm at the time of her husband's death, in the meantime giving her children a good education. Her sympathy for the bereaved and suffering was always expressed by works more than in words.

At the time of the Civil War, she opened her house many times to the public and helped to devise ways of contributing means for the comfort and relief of the soldiers in the hospitals. She was a strong advocate of temperance in her younger years and helped in carrying on the work of the Womans' Christian Temperance Union since it was first organized in the town in 1877. She was a member of the Orthodox Friends church for more than thirty years, giving liberally to its support and attending services faithfully until failing health prevented. Mrs. Payne had outlived all those with whom she associated in early life, many of whose names she could recall, while memory failed those of the nearest relationship. For six years she had been under the care of nurses, her physical and mental powers gradually failing. Patiently she awaited the summons which released the spirit from its frail tenement to enter the mansions above. The funeral services were held at her home Thursday afternoon, Mary S. Knowles of Union Springs, a former pastor of the Friends church, officiating. The interment was in the Friends cemetery.



From Ontario County Chronicle 20 August 1902

Manchester, N. Y. -
At the home of his son, Fred, in this village, on Friday night, occurred the death of John Payne, after a lingering illness, aged 73 years. He was the oldest of seven children of David and Samantha Payne, and his whole life prior to his last illness was passed in Farmington. He attended school at Palmyra and in his home district, and in 1851 married Achsah McLouth Ostrander, their married life extending over a period of 50 years. Nine children were born to them, six of whom survive: Mrs. John Stafford of Birch Run, Mich.; Mrs. Frances Shreve of Bridgeport, Mich.; Frank M. of Locust Corners, Mich.; Clarence A. and Edward L. of Farmington, and Fred C. of Manchester. Mr. Payne is also survived by four brothers: Dewitt  of Corunna, Mich.; Cuyler of Manchester; Collins of Farmington; Eugene of Sodus and one sister, Mrs. James Chittenden of Manchester. The funeral was held from the home on Monday. The interment in Brookside Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 18 June 1907

John Payne, aged 78 years, died this morning at 10:20 o'clock at his home, No. 225 Pulteney street, after an illness of only three weeks. Death was due to a stroke of paralysis. He was born in England but came to this country with his parents when he was but two years old. He came directly to this city and vicinity where he has resided his entire life. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons, John Jr., and William; and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Hooper, all of this city. Burial Glenwood Cemetery.  



From Geneva Gazette 31 March 1871

Passing Away -
The venerable sexton of Trinity Church, John Payne, Sr., died at his residence on Wednesday last, after a brief illness.  He was an old time resident, respected for his correct habits of life and faithful discharge of every duty assumed by or confided to him.  His age was 66 years, and been employed as sexton for the past 20 years.

From Geneva Gazette 7 April 1871

Last week we announced the death of John Payne, Sr., the venerable sexton of Trinity Church.  Today we chronicle the death of his consort, who survived him only six days.  Thus were they not divided in death who so long had been united in life.



From Shortsville Enterprise 2 February 1912

The death of Mrs. Judson Payne occurred at her home in East avenue on Saturday night about eleven o'clock, her demise being occasioned by a stroke of paralysis which she had suffered the previous day. She had been in poor health for some months, recovering only a few weeks ago from a severe attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Payne was born in this State and her maiden name was Miss Sarah Compton. Since her marriage, about fifty years ago, she had made her home in Manchester, then for twenty years in Hudson, Mich., later in Canandaigua on the Brewster farm in the town of Farmington, and for the past three years in the Parlor Village. She had been affiliated with the local M. E. Church and was a staunch member. She is survived by her husband, Judson Payne, of East avenue, and one daughter, Mrs. Frank Jennings of Canandaigua. The funeral services were held from her late home on Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, the officiating clergyman being Rev. H. F. Hill, pastor of the Manchester M. E. Church. The burial was made in Brookside Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 19 February 1897

Victor, N. Y. -  Mrs. Lucinda Payne
died at her home in Farmington on Wednesday, aged 91 years. She was born in Farmington in 1806, where she has always lived. She is survived by two brothers and a daughter.



From Victor Herald 1 June 1900

Lyman H. Payne
died at his residence one-half mile south of Brownsville late Wednesday night. Mr. Payne had suffered from general paralysis for about a year, and had been confined to his bed for about five months. He was fifty-three years of age. Mr. Payne was a lifelong resident of the town of Farmington, had always been a farmer, and a man of quiet, unassuming demeanor. He is survived by his wife and six young children.



From Ontario County Journal 25 October 1878

Marvin A. Payne,
a well-known resident of Manchester, died of liver complaint at Manchester Center on Tuesday, the 22d inst., leaving a wife and daughter. His age was about 45 years.



From Ontario County Chronicle 12 December 1900

Farmington, N. Y. - One of the saddest events to occur in Farmington since the Porter D. Smith family was nearly annihilated at Tuttles crossing last winter, was the death of Mrs. Nettie Payne last week. She had been sick with grip for a week, when neuralgia of the heart set in and she died suddenly. Her husband, Lyman Payne, died last spring. By the death of Mrs. Payne, six children are left orphans: Charles, aged 17 years, the oldest, Lucinda, aged two years, the youngest. Between these two are Reuben, Olney, Ruth and Willard. Mrs. Payne was 44 years old and leaves to mourn her loss with her children, a mother, Mrs. Sarah Peckham, and a sister, Mrs. Lydia Jeffrey, all of Farmington. Charles, the oldest son, is dangerously ill with grip. The physician fears pneumonia.



From Geneva Daily Times 15 November 1895

Stephen Payne,
aged 72, died at noon yesterday at his home in Stanley, of a complication of diseases, resulting from old age. Deceased was born in Ireland, and came to America forty-two years ago. He settled in Canandaigua and remained there until seven years ago, when he removed to Geneva. His residence in Geneva continued for over five years, when he went to Stanley to live with his son, the Rev. Father Payne, formerly curate at St. Francis de Sales church, in this village, now of Charlotte, N. Y. Deceased was an honorable devout Christian man, a true friend and a noble husband and father. During his residence in Geneva, he made innumerable acquaintances and the keen sympathy expressed because of his departure attests the feeling that existed for him in the hearts of those whom he knew. His wife preceded him to the eternal home, and a daughter and one son, Rev. Father Payne, are his only family survivors. The funeral services will be held at Stanley tomorrow at 10 o'clock and the remains will be taken to Canandaigua for burial, in charge of funeral Director Borgman of this place.



From Shortsville Enterprise 3 August 1916

Last Thursday morning occurred the death of William Judson Payne, a native of Farmington, and a former resident of the Parlor Village. His age was 83 years. William Judson Payne was born in the township of Farmington on Dec. 6, 1832, the son of Allen and Sophronia Payne. At one time his father was the largest land owner in Western New York. He was the last surviving member of the family, a sister, Mrs. Harriet Brewster, of Manchester, having died in November, 1915. In his early life Mr. Payne was a stock buyer of considerable note in this vicinity, and with the exception of 15 years, passed in the West, had spent most of his life in this section. He resided in Shortsville until the death of his wife four years ago, which broke up the home. The survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Frank Jennings of Canandaigua; a granddaughter and three nieces. The funeral services were held from the Stoddard undertaking rooms in this village on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. D. H. MacKenzie, pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiating. The interment was made in Brookside cemetery.



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