"Sca" to "Scz" Obituaries




From Geneva Daily Times 8 February 1944

Frank Scalise
died this morning at the family home, 22 Lafayette avenue, following a short illness. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Carmela Uraetti Scalise; one daughter, Mrs. Francis R. Christiano of Geneva; three sons, Anthony J.  and Francis R. of Geneva and Joseph J. of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; 12 grandchildren; two brothers, Guy and Rosario of Pittsburgh, Pa.; and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Scalise came to this country from Italy fifty years ago, and has resided in Geneva for the past 31 years. For several years he was employed as night-watchman at the Seneca Foundry.



From Geneva Daily Times 16 May 1907


Canandaigua, N. Y. - Oliver Scandling, aged 60 years, a farmer residing about four miles from here on the Geneva-Canandaigua state road, was found hanging to a tree in his orchard, dead, shortly after after 6 o'clock last night by Peter Johnson of Buffalo, a state road contractor, who boarded at Scandling's. Life was extinct and as Scandling left his house early in the afternoon, he must have been dead a couple of hours when found. Scandling was a Civil War veteran and had been despondent.



From Ontario County Journal 18 October 1912

Naples, N. Y. - 
Within the last week death has visited this section four times, claiming his victims. Oct. 10, John Schafer, one of the first Germans to settle on Rhine street, was taken. Schafer came from his birth country, Bavaria, and soon after reaching Naples married a German girl, Anna Fried. They built a good home on his vineyard lot. He had worked up to 4 o'clock gathering in his large crop of grapes. He died suddenly at 6 o'clock. He is survived by his wife; and five children, all adults. William, John, Jacob and Miss Katherine, lived at home. One daughter, now Mrs. Justin Gilkert, lives near. Deceased and family were adherents of the Catholic church, and the burial service was held there Monday.



From Ontario County Journal 15 March 1918

The funeral services of William A. Schamp, aged 70 years, whose death occurred on Saturday, were held at the home of his son, Paul Schamp, on Monday. Rev. Livingston L. Taylor officiated. There survive two sons, Paul and Elmer Schamp, of Canandaigua, and a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Beaver, of Rochester. Interment was in Woodlawn.



From Ontario County Journal 31 July 1914
 
The death of Mrs. Frances Schaurers occurred at Memorial Hospital on Saturday. Deceased was born in Germany 71 years ago and had lived in Canandaigua for many years. She was twice married. She leaves her husband, Peter Schaurers; three daughters and one son: Mrs. Edward Wicks of Canandaigua, Mrs. Mary Hogan and Miss Rose Ackerman of Rochester, and Fred Ackerman of Colorado; also a sister, Mrs. Frisch of Rochester; and a brother in the west. The funeral services were held at St. Mary's church on Tuesday morning. Interment was in Calvary cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 3 May 1929

The ashes of Geo. C. Schell, who died in California on April 23rd, were received in Geneva this morning and were interred in the family plot in Glenwood Cemetery at 2 o'clock this afternoon, the committal services being in charge of the local lodge of Elks. A funeral services was held in Hollywood where Mr. Schell died, after which the body was cremated. William D. Schell of New York City and George H. Schell of Cleveland, sons of the deceased, were present at the interment this afternoon.



From Ontario County Journal 14 September 1917

The death of Mrs. Mary Nolan Schellenger, aged 78 years, occurred at the home of her niece, Miss Harriet A. Young, on Saturday morning. Though she had been failing health for some months, she had been about as usual on Friday. She leaves two sons, Thomas of Buffalo and George, of Batavia. The funeral services were held at St. Mary's church on Monday. Interment was in Cavalry cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 25 August 1899

Phelps, N. Y. - Robert Schellenger,
a prominent resident of this village and a veteran of the war, died of heart trouble on Thursday afternoon, after quite a lingering illness, aged 74 years. A wife, one son, Edward, and a daughter, Mrs. William Vincent, survive. The funeral services were held from the residence and largely attended on Sunday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Waugh officiated. The James B. Murray post, G. A. R., attended in a body. Interment was made in the Phelps cemetery.



From Clifton Springs Press March 1912

Phelps, N. Y. -
The death of James Schemerhorn occurred at the Beehan Hospital, in Canandaigua, at an early hour on Monday morning. He had been there for several days receiving treatment. The deceased was about sixty years of age, and is survived by three children, Jennie and Harley, of Phelps, and Lewis, of Toledo, Ohio. The funeral services were held at the home of his son, Harley, on Wednesday afternoon, and the interment was made in the village cemetery.



From Geneva Gazette 9 December 1886

Wm. Schemerhorn
of Seneca died very suddenly yesterday morning at his residence near Hall's Corners, supposed of heart disease.  He was about 80 years old; was last spring elected tax collector and was about perfecting his bonds preliminary to entering upon the discharge of his official duties.  He complained of illness during the preceding night, and in the morning decided to call a physician, but before medical arrived he was taken worse and suddenly expired.



From Naples Record 25 November 1936

Our sympathy goes out to Mrs. Sarah Schenk and family, who were bereaved of their husband and father, John Schenk. His death took place after a short illness of pneumonia. May the God of all comfort minister to their hearts in the days to come and lead them in the ways of righteousness.



From Geneva Daily Times 26 March 1908

Mrs. Mildred J. Schenk,
aged 23 years, died this morning at the City Hospital. She has been seriously ill for about seven weeks. Yesterday she was taken to the hospital for an operation. The remains were taken to the home of her father, J. T. Hunt, of 175 Genesee street. She is survived by her husband, G. C. Schenk, one son, her father, J. T. Hunt; three brothers, Orville, Clarence E. and Charles W. Hunt. The funeral will take place Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence. Burial Glenwood Cemetery



From Phelps Citizen 14 October 1943

Funeral services were held on Monday at 8 a.m. in St. Francis Church for Anthony J. Scherbyn, who died at his home here last Friday. Burial was in St. Francis Cemetery. He was born in Holland, May 31, 1871, and had lived in this country for the past 54 years. Surviving, besides his widow, Mary Scherbyn, are three sons, Peter, Andrew and George of Phelps, and one daughter, Mrs. Bernard Cooper of Newark. Mr. Scherbyn was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Francis Church which met at his home on Sunday at 8 p.m. He was also a member of the Wide Awake Grange.



From Ontario Republican Times 1 May 1856

Died, at Buffalo, N. Y., on the 22d April, Maria Barkley, wife of Isaac M. Schermerhorn, Esq., formerly of Canandaigua, aged 35 years, 7 months and 2 days.  The remains of the deceased, together with those of three of her children, which had been buried elsewhere, were last Friday brought to this place for interment, by the bereaved husband and father, accompanied by numerous relatives and friends. The melancholy cortege was met here at the Rail Road Depot by a large concourse of sympathizing acquaintances, and conducted to the cemetery, where the bodies were, with appropriate exercises, consigned to their final resting place.



From Naples Record 23 April 1872

The funeral of Charles Schleser will be attended from his residence today at 1 p.m. The deceased had lived here but a few years and was a sufferer during the time. He made friends by his gentlemanly manners and integrity of purpose. He leaves a wife and two small children who deserve, and have, the sympathy of the entire community; and it is earnestly shown.



From Ontario County Journal 7 February 1890

Naples, N. Y. - We have had thus far but one death as the result of the prevailing epidemic. On Thursday last Mrs. Fordesica Schesler died unexpectedly of pneumonia. The deceased was one of the most prominent and beloved of our German women. Left a widow in 1872 with two small children and a heavy debt on a growing vineyard, she had accomplished what many a man would have failed to do, paying for the place, building a house and rearing her children and taking place in the front ranks of our successful and honored families. Her maiden name was Huber. There are four brothers living, one, John Huber is among our most successful vineyardists. Her funeral was the largest held here in a long time, the Presbyterian church being crowded by those who appeared to be sincere mourners for the loss of this good woman, and to sympathize with the two daughters now left alone.



From Geneva Daily Times 20 October 1943
 
Anthony Schiera,
aged 59, of 37 Wadsworth Street, died last evening at the Geneva General Hospital following a short illness. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Catherine Graziano Schiera; three daughters, Mrs. Anthony Priano and the Misses Margaret and Genevieve, all of Geneva; two sons, Frank, of the U. S. Navy in Tunisia, and Anthony, Jr., of Newark; one brother, Frank of Geneva; three grandchildren, John, Anthony and Marie Priano, of Geneva. The funeral will be held Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock at the home and 9 o'clock at St. Francis de Sales Church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 13 September 1944

Fifth fatality from poliomyelitis in this city was reported this afternoon at 3 o'clock by health authorities. Mrs. Elsie Schiller, 26, 8 Rose street, succumbed to the disease today in the Geneva General Hospital. She was taken ill on Sunday, August 27th, and removed to the hospital on August 29th. Mrs. Schiller's daughter, Patricia Ann, aged two and a half years, also stricken with the disease on August 22nd was returned to her home last week.



From Newark Union 19 January 1907

Mrs. Barbara Schillinger
died at her home near Port Gibson Tuesday morning, aged 75 years. She had been ill with bronchitis for about a week. The only survivors are a son and daughter, George Schillinger and Mrs. S. W. Phillips, both of Port Gibson. The deceased was born in Germany, coming to this country when quite young. For the past eleven years she had lived near Port Gibson where she had many friends. The funeral was held Thursday.



From Geneva Daily Times 29 November 1901

Henry Schindler
died at the family residence, 176 Genesee street, at 12 o'clock last night, aged 61 years.  Mr. Schindler had been ill nearly six years.  The cause of death was diabetes.  Mr. Schindler's illness resulted from gangrene, which set in after cutting of a corn.  The deceased was born in Clyde.  He removed to New York city on attaining young manhood, where he was engaged in the mens' furnishings trade in Broadway for 26 years.  Besides his wife, the deceased is survived by one stepson, James C. Beebe, of New York.  The funeral will take place from the home tomorrow afternoon, at an hour not yet decided upon.  Rev. W. W. Weller will officiate.  The remains will be taken to New York for interment.


From Geneva Daily Times 2 May 1927

Shortsville, N. Y. - 
Funeral services for Mrs. David Schlect, aged 44 years, of this village, who died at the Sanitarium in Clifton Springs on Wednesday night of injuries received on Monday night, were held from the Baptist church in Manchester Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. L. L. Swarthout officiating. The burial was in Pioneer Cemetery. Mrs. Schlect was a daughter of the late William and Sarah May Wheatley and was born in the town of Manchester in 1883. She leaves her husband; two daughters; and two sons, Mrs. Dibble of Canandaigua, Miss Thelma Schlect, Elmer and Clifford Schlecht, all of Shortsville; four sisters, Mrs. Hariet Wolcott of Manchester, Mrs. William Larner and Mrs. John Schlect of Manchester Center, and Mrs. Mame Dalman of Shortsville; one brother, Albert Wheatley of Shortsville; and one half-brother, Richard Wheatley of Hopewell.



From Ontario County Journal 28 June 1878

The death of Mrs. Charles Schlick, which took place at her residence on Bristol street, in this village, on Monday evening, after an illness of ten days, is a sad event to her husband, who has so long been, and still is, a favorite conductor on the Northern Central Railway, and is also deeply felt by the many friends which she had won in our place. Two little boys are left to mourn the loss of a loving mother. Mrs. Schlick was 29 years of age. The funeral took place from the residence yesterday, Rev. Dr. Curtis conducting the services.



From Shortsville Enterprise 14 February 1913

We read with regret of the death of Major Peter Schlick of Canandaigua, father of Henry R. Schlick, a former Shortsville business man and resident, but now living at Rochester, which occurred at his home on Sunday evening. He had been suffering from pneumonia which followed a stroke of paralysis. His age was 80 years. He conducted a bookbindery at the "Hub" for many years and was well-known among our residents. His birthplace was Germany. Mr. Schlick served throughout the Civil War and was noted for his bravery. He commanded the troops which pursued Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President Lincoln, and figured prominently in the military detail at that executive's funeral. His wife, four sons and four daughters survive him.



From Ontario County Journal 11 May 1917

The death of Philip Schnebel, aged 45 years, occurred at his home on Niagara street on Tuesday following a long illness. He leaves his wife; one daughter, Miss Emma Schnebel; two sons, Julius and Albert Schnebel, all of Canandaigua; and a brother and sister in Germany. Rev. Livingston L. Taylor officiated at the funeral services yesterday afternoon, and interment was in Woodlawn.



From Geneva Daily Times 17 December 1908

Mrs. Ann Maria Schneck,
widow of the late Abram Schneck, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. S. Bentley, 278 Castle street, at 3 o'clock this morning. Three daughters and one son survive: Mrs. L. S. Bentley of Geneva; Mrs. John Jolly of Waterloo; Mrs. C. D. Bachman of Brooklyn; and James Schneck of Canaseraga.



From Geneva Gazette 15 October 1897

Lewis Schneppe, of Rushville, who was injured in a runaway accident two weeks ago, died on Tuesday from blood poisoning and lock jaw, caused by the serious injuries received.  He leaves a wife and five children in destitute circumstances.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 10 September 1926

Geneva, N. Y., Sept. 9 - Mrs. Pauline E. Stark Schnirel,
widow of R. J. Schnirel, died today at the home of her son, Karl W. Schnirel, No. 6 Delancy drive. Mrs. Schnirel was born in Prussia, Germany March 14, 1850. She came to this country September 19, 1898. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Mrs. William G. Vogt and Mrs. J. C. Pries of Geneva; three sons, Karl W. Schnirel of Geneva, Paul F. Schnirel of Bethlehem, Pa., and Alfred H. Schnirel of Buffalo. Funeral from the Karl Schnirel home Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial in Glenwood Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 10 January 1919

The death of Mrs. Lillian Florence Schoen, aged 48 years, occurred at her home on Main street south on Friday. She leaves her husband, four daughters and one son, Mrs. Bessie Figenscher, Mrs. Irwin Wicks and Mrs. Edward Moore, of Canandaigua; Mrs. Florence Aikens of Rochester; H. Cotter Schoen, of Camp Mills; three sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Fred Mimms of Rochester; Mrs. H. L. Schott of Elmira; Mrs. A. J. Dunbar of St. Louis; Charles H. Joslin of Washington, D. C.; and Philip Joslin of Buffalo. The funeral services were held at St. Mary's church on Tuesday.



From Geneva Gazette 17 December 1880

Mrs. Geo. A. Schoonmaker
of Hopewell died of pneumonia last Saturday, and at the time of her death her husband was so low with the same disease that it was not thought advisable to inform him of her death. Dr. Skinner was in attendance we are informed.



From Geneva Daily Times 8 January 1945

Clifton Springs, N. Y. - James A. Schoonmaker
died Saturday afternoon at his home at 14 LaDue ave. He has been a resident of the village for many years. Surviving are two sons, Sherman, of Urbana, Ill., and Howard of Los Angeles; two nieces and one nephew. The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home. The Rev. P. S. Komp will officiate. Burial will be in Clifton Springs cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 4 March 1898

Phelps, N. Y. - Mrs. Sarah A. Schoonover,
wife of Daniel Schoonover of this village, died at her home on Clifton street last Friday, shortly after noon, of heart trouble, aged 77 years. The deceased was sick only two days. She was the wife of the late John Reynolds before she married Mr. Schoonover. She leaves two sons, Eugene and William Reynolds, and one daughter, Mrs. H. C. Woolf of Lyons. The funeral services were held from the residence on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. S. F. Beardslee officiating. Interment was made in the old cemetery.



From Fairport Herald Mail  25 November 1943

Mrs. Charles Schrader
of Farmington passed away at her home Sunday, Nov. 21. She is survived by her husband, Charles Schrader; three sons, Henry and Joseph of Farmington and James of Rochester; two daughters, Mrs. Clement Thielman of Farmington and Mrs. Joseph Carney of Canandaigua. Also surviving are two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Sophie Moore of Rochester, Mrs. John Munerow and Christ Winterstraw of Canandaigua. Services will be held from the home today at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. August P. Kreutz officiating. Burial will be in North Farmington Cemetery.



From Shortsville Enterprise 15 November 1912

The death of Mrs. Frank Schrader, a most highly respected resident of Farmington, occurred at her home on the Rushmore farm in the northwestern part of that township on Friday afternoon of last week at 1:30 o'clock, aged 22 years. Mrs. Schrader had been in apparently good health for some time. After dinner Mr. Schrader left the house to pick up some apples in a nearby orchard. After filling two crates, he returned to the house for the purpose of consulting his wife over a matter and was horrified to find her lying upon her bed dying. He tried to get help but before anyone could be summoned, she had breathed her last. Coroner D. A. Eiseline of Grove street was called and he decided that death was occasioned by a clot of blood interfering with the action of the heart. Mrs. Schrader had not even complained of feeling ill and had worked about her home as usual all of the morning.

The deceased was born in this village on July 3, 1890, and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbins, now residents of Palmyra. She was educated at the Shortsville High school, and had made her home here until four years ago, when she married Mr. Schrader and went to Farmington to live on a farm. The survivors are her husband, one son, Harold, of Farmington; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbins; one brother, Everett Robbins; and two sisters, Mrs. Cora Johnson and Miss Irene Robbins, all residents of Palmyra. The funeral obsequies were held from her late home on Monday afternoon at two o'clock and the burial followed at Palmyra.



From Ontario County Journal 2 October 1914

Farmington, N. Y. -  Mrs. Mary Barmaster Schrader
died last week Thursday, after only a few days illness, death resulting from a paralytic stroke. Only six days previous to her death, she attended the funeral of her husband, Henry Schrader, who had died on Sept. 15. Mrs. Schrader was born in Germany on April 20, 1839, and with her husband came to this country in 1870 and had since then lived in this locality. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John (can't read) and Mrs. Joseph Barmaster of Penfield; two sons, Lewis of Macedon and Charles of this town, and  11 grandchildren; also one sister Mrs. Elmer Eggert of Macedon. It is thought the shock of her husband's death hastened her death.



From Shortsville Enterprise 22 July 1921

The death of Mrs. Reka Schrader, wife of John Schrader, of West Main street, Shortsville, occurred at the family home on Sunday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, following an illness of a week, due to a stroke of paralysis. Her age was 81 years. Mrs. Schrader was a native of Germany and was born on January 10, 1840. On March 3, 1870m she was united in marriage with John Schrader, and three years later came to America to make their home. The following the pursuit of agriculture and lived on farms near Macedon, Chapin and west of Shortsville. They removed to the Parlor Village in 1917, buying what was familiarly known as the Walter Reynolds house in West Main street, where they had since lived. The deceased was the mother of Shortsville's dead war hero, Private George Schrader, who was killed in action in the Argonne Forest during the World War, and now lies buried in France. His death was a shock from she never recovered. She was a member of Shortsville Presbyterian church. The survivors are her husband; and nine sons and daughters, William, Lewis, John, Fred and Mrs. Anna Hermans, all of Palmyra; Charles of Perinton; Henry of Canandaigua; Gideon of Shortsville, and Frank of Farmington. There are also 27 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The funeral services were held from her late home at 2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, followed by services at the Friends church in Farmington, conducted by Rev. A. J. McMillan, pastor of the Shortsville Presbyterian church. The interment was in the South Farmington cemetery.



From Shortsville Enterprise 5 December 1929

The death of Mrs. William Schrader, for many years a resident of Farmington, occurred at her home on Thanksgiving day, after a few days' illness with pneumonia. Her age was 77 years. Mrs. Schrader was born in Mecklenberg, Germany, on January 6, 1852, and came to the United States when but a small child. She was united in marriage on March 24, 1876, to William Schrader. Last spring this estimable couple celebrated the 33rd anniversary of their marriage. The survivors are her husband; two sons, Fred Schrader and John Schrader of Macedon; and one daughter, Mrs. Charles Kent of Macedon Center; also ten grandchildren. Funeral services were held from her late home on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. F. C. Miller, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church of Farmington. The remains were laid at rest in the Friends cemetery in North Farmington.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 15 August 1933

Canandaigua, N. Y. , Aug. 14 - Fred N. Schramm,
43, of this city, died today at the Leon G. Warters cottage on the east lake shore following a brief illness. Surviving are his widow; four children, Betty, Elaine, John and Otto Schramm; his father, Bartley Schramm of Galeton, Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. Victor Johnson of Galeton, Mrs. Fred Swan of Carter Camp, Pa., and Mrs. H. W. Van Etta; and two brothers, Bartley Schramm of Richwood, W. Va., and Frank Schramm of Childwold. The funeral will be from the Warters home in Antis street, this city, Thursday at 2 p.m. with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 1 June 1942

Arthur F. Schroeder,
58, died Saturday at the Harris farm on the Slosson Road. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Bruzee Schroeder; one daughter, Mrs. Kenneth VanDerveer, Geneva; two brothers, William H. and John O. Schroeder; and a sister, Mrs. Elmer Smalzried, all of East Orange, N. J.; several grandchildren and several nieces and nephews, including Lester L. Buckholz of Lyons. Mr. Schroeder was a member of the First Evangelical Church, a charter member of the Meat Cutters Local, and for over 35 years a member of Folger Hook & Ladder Company. The funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the Corwin Funeral Home, with the Rev. C. A. Rieder of the First Evangelical Church officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 15 August 1933

Canandaigua, N. Y., Aug. 14 - Fred N. Schramm,
43, of this city, died today at the Leon G. Warters cottage on the east lake shore following a brief illness. Surviving are his widow; four children, Betty, Elaine, John and Otto Schramm; his father, Bartley Schramm of Galeton, Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. Victor Johnson of Galeton, Mrs. Fred Swan of Carter Camp, Pa., and Mrs. H. W. Van Etta; and two brothers, Bartley Schramm of Richwood, W. Va; and Frank Schramm of Childwold. The funeral will be from the Warters home in Antis street, this city, Thursday at 2 p.m. with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 26 May 1882

Victor, N. Y. - Suicide at Brownsville - Jacob Schroth,
a German, was evidently a sane man last Sunday evening, but his family, hearing the report of a gun upstairs, and going to learn the cause, found him with his head blown in pieces and a gun by his side. He had been accustomed to drink, but of late had not been able to take liquor. Two or three years ago he attempted to kill his wife, but was prevented by the neighbors. He assisted Mr. McLusky in the field the day before his death, and there seemed no occasion for such a violent deed. He leaves a wife and several children.



From Shortsville Enterprise 27 August 1914

Farmington, N. Y. - Mrs. Margaret Schroth,
who had been ill with dropsy and heart trouble, died at the Memorial hospital on Tuesday, Aug. 4. She had been taken there only two weeks previous, but had spent some time before at the Canandaigua hospital. Mrs. Margaret Webber Schroth was born in Rochester, where her girlhood days were spent on June 2, 1854. In 1877 she married Jacob Schroth, who died in 1910. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. William Morris, and brother, George Webber, both of Rochester. On Wednesday the remains were taken to the home of her brother-in-law, Charles Schroth, where she had resided before going to the hospital. She leaves a large circle of friends, who sympathized with her during her long illness. The funeral was held at Brownsville, Rev. W. H. White, pastor of South Perinton church, officiating. Burial was made in South Perinton cemetery.



From Victor Herald 26 September 1902

Mrs. Mary Schroth
died on Wednesday night, at her home in Brownsville, aged 72 years. Deceased had been ill  for some time. Dropsy of the heart was immediate cause of death. Mrs. Schroth was born in Wittenberg, Germany, and has lived in the neighborhood where she died thirty-two years. Her husband died in 1881. Four sons and two daughters survive. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the M. E. Church at South Perinton. Rev. John Cline will have charge of the services. Interment will be made at South Perinton.

From Ontario County Chronicle 1 October 1902

Victor, N. Y. - Mrs. Mary Schroth died at her home, about three miles southeast of Victor village, Wednesday evening, aged 72 years. She had been in failing health for a long time and her death was not unexpected. She is survived by four sons and two daughters: John Schroth of Michigan, Fred Schroth, Charles Schroth, Jacob Schroth of Victor, Mrs. Jacob Dillman of Rochester, and Mrs. Louise Rowell of Boston.



From Geneva Daily Times 4 January 1915

Henry Schultz, aged 56 years, died yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Geneva City Hospital. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Mary Lovelace, of Hawley, Pa. The body was taken to the undertaking rooms of Yells Brothers, where funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Rev. Henry Steimke of the Lutheran German church, officiating. Interment will be made in Glenwood Cemetery.
 


From Ontario County Journal 27 November 1908

Naples, N. Y. -
The death of Jacob Schultz on Saturday removes another worthy veteran of the Civil war, worn out by disease contracted there. He was not an old man, his age being 64 years, but for four years he had been laid aside from his accustomed labor. Mr. Schulz was of German parentage, born in Perkinsville, N. Y. He was noted for his industry and integrity from boyhood. He married 40 years ago Mary Wolfanger and they had eight children, all living. He served faithfully in Co. D., 188th N. Y. V., till the close of the war. He first settled in Gulick, but some 20 years ago bought a vineyard in Naples and had lived here since, honored by all. His wife and one son, William, are left in this home. The other children are: Jacob of Kanona; John of Rochester; Charles of Dansville, and Frank of Naples; Mrs. G. Glouser of Naples; Mrs. Gleason of Avoca; Mrs. Miner, of Mt. Morris. Dr. J. H. France officiated at the funeral on Monday, which was largely attended and at which six children were present. The burial was in Rose Ridge cemetery.



From Shortsville Enterprise 5 September 1945

Manchester lost another of its well-known residents last Wednesday, when James H. Schultze passed away at his home in Manchester-Clifton Springs highway, after an extended illness. He was in his 70th year. Mr. Schultze was a native of East Towanda, Penna., where he was born Feb. 14, 1875. He was united in marriage to Miss Bessie Rogers of Lockport on July 4, 1899, and in 1905 the couple came to Manchester, where he was employed by the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company. He was retired from active duty as a brakeman in 1922 and had been employed at times at the plant of the Empire State Pickling Co., Shortsville. The survivors include his widow; two sons, Edwin R. and Lionel Schultze of Rochester; one daughter, Mrs. Morris Philley of Manchester; and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held from his late home on Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. Leon L. Swarthout, pastor of Manchester Baptist church, officiating. The remains were laid at rest in the South Farmington cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 23 September 1919

Rudolph R. Schulz,
aged 74 years, died suddenly yesterday afternoon at his home, 35 Hoffman avenue. Mr. Schulz went to work at the U. S. Radiator Corporation as usual yesterday morning. During his work, he was seized with a stroke of paralysis and became unconscious. He was taken to his home, but never regained consciousness and died during the afternoon. Mr. Schulz has been employed in the stock room of the Radiator Corporation for 22 years. The survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Carl Schnirel and Miss Naomi Schulz, at home, and three grandchildren. The funeral will be held on Thursday at the residence at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Theodore Stelmke of the Zion Evangelical church will officiate. Burial in Washington Street Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 9 May 1900

Theobald Schulz
died at the family residence, 60 West avenue, at 7:30 last night, aged 56 years. He is survived by two sons and three daughters, Rudolph R. and Herman C. Schulz, Mrs. Frederick Hartman, Mrs. A. K. Dessum and Miss Lucy Schulz. The deceased had resided here 17 years.



From Geneva Daily Times 12 November 1928

William H. Schulze,
aged 56, of 4 North Genesee street, died at the home of his brother, F. H. Schulze at Wyalusing, Pa., last evening of pneumonia. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Frank S. Johnson and Mrs. Clarence Switzer; one son, Ralph; and five grandchildren of Geneva; three brothers and four sisters. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at Wyalusing, Pa. Interment at New Era, Pa.



From Geneva Daily Times 22 May 1909

Elmer Clarence Schumann
died yesterday morning about 10:30 o'clock of heart disease, from which he had been suffering for several years. The deceased was 63 years old and leaves his widow, one daughter, of Corning, and a son of Rochester; also a sister and brother in this city and a brother in Rochester. For many years Mr. Schumann followed the occupation of sign and ornamental painter, having learned his trade with O. H. Etheridge in Rochester, and was considered an excellent workman. The funeral will take place at 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the home of g. W. Schumann, No. 51 Elmwood avenue. Rev. E. E. Merring, assistant pastor of the Methodist church will officiate and interment will be made Washington Street Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 1 June 1917

Rushville, N. Y. -  Mrs. George Schumann
died last week Wednesday at Willard State Hospital where she had been cared for the past three years, aged 62 years. She was born on the farm now owned by her husband, a daughter of Peter and Phoebe Reynolds LaMoreaux. Following her marriage, they spent a few years near Avoca, but most of her life had been spent here. She is survived by her husband and four children: Lindsey, Nicholas and Mabel Schumann, at home, and Miss Anne Schumann, of Ithaca; one sister, Miss Martha LaMoreaux of Rushville; and three brothers, Peter LaMoreaux of Hillsdale, Mich., Andrew LaMoreaux of Elmira, and Charles of Pennsylvania. The funeral services were held at the home on Friday with burial in Nettle Valley Cemetery.



From Ontario County Times 1 April 1891

Port Gibson, N. Y. -
On the afternoon of the same day (Sunday), Mrs. Harriet Schutt died at the home of her son, Alonzo P. Schutt, in the ninetieth year of her age. She was the last survivor of the oldest settlers in the vicinity, having come here in 1806 with her father, who settled on the farm now owned by Edwin C. Stacy. She leaves four children, three of whom reside in this place, and one in Olean. The funeral was held Wednesday at the house.



From Ontario County Journal 7 June 1907

Port Gibson, N. Y. - Hon. Hiram Schutt,
of Port Gibson, survived the death of his wife only two days, passing away on Tuesday evening, aged 83 years. Mrs. Schutt died on Sunday. The double funeral will be held from the Methodist church at Port Gibson this afternoon. The father and mother of Mrs. Schutt died within a few hours of each other and a double funeral and burial was held. Mr. and Mrs. Schutt were married at Port Gibson in 1847 and in 1897 celebrated their golden wedding. Mr. Schutt was a veteran of the Civil war. He was twice elected member of the assembly from Ontario county on the Republican ticket.



From Geneva Daily Times 22 August 1905

Julia A. Schutt,
widow of the late Martin Schutt, died last evening at 9 o'clock at the home of her son, Charles Schutt, of No. 389 Exchange street. The deceased was seventy years of age. She was born in this city and has lived here practically all of her life. She was an attendant at the First Universalist church. Her son is the only survivor. Burial Washington Street Cemetery.



From Shortsville Enterprise 14 January 1937

Port Gibson, N. Y., January 5 - Mrs. Lula B. Schutt,
71 years old, passed away at her home here today, with heart trouble. Mrs. Schutt was born May 4, 1865, at Ontario, daughter of George and Ellen Millen, and was united in marriage to Willis J. Schutt on May 4, 1887. They have been residents of this village for the past 49 years, having lived on a farm until about 12 years ago. She was a member of the Port Gibson Methodist church and of the Newark Grange. Besides her husband, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Grover Ryan of Port Gibson and Mrs. C. E. Ketcham of Newark; one son, Seymour Schutt of Macedon; one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Hack of Palmyra; also eight grandchildren and four nieces. Funeral services were held on Friday afternoon from the church, Rev. P. H. Kirkpatrick officiating, assisted by Rev. C. H. Winkworth of North Rose. Interment was made in Port Gibson cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 27 November 1926

Clifton Springs, N. Y. - Mrs. Permelia Schutt,
86 years old, died late yesterday at her home on Wells street, following a long illness. Surviving relatives are several nephews and nieces. Services will be held from her late home on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. Harry Stubbs of the M. E. church officiating. Burial in Port Gibson cemetery.



From Syracuse Journal 3 December 1913

Geneva -
Dr. J. J. Collie and Dr. C. D. McCarthy, coroner's physicians, after performing an autopsy on the body of Frank Schwab, who committed suicide early Tuesday, claiming he was wrongfully accused of being implicated in the thefts of gold from the Standard Optical Works, gave as their findings that death was due to corrosive poisoning, possibly cyanide of potassium. Worry, caused by the exposure following the arrest of George McGuire for the theft at the shop last summer, and the subsequent suicide at Penn Yan of John Reagan, also an employee of the shop, who gave the information which resulted in McGuire's arrest is believed to have caused temporary insanity, resulting in the suicide. Schwab was found at midnight by his wife, sitting in a closet with a Bible on his knee and two letters on top of it. She had been aroused by groans coming from the closet. The man at the time was frothing at the mouth and although medical aid was summoned immediately, he died within a short time.

Mr. Schwab was 31 years old. He was married at Seneca Falls eight years ago and moved to this city less than two years later, residing at 11 Dorchester Avenue. Besides his wife and infant daughter, he leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwab of Seneca Falls, one sister, Mrs. George Stone of Waterloo, and two brothers, Frederick and LeRoy Schwab of Seneca Falls.



From Geneva Daily Times 1 April 1902

Mrs. Harriet E. Schwab
of Seneca Castle, died at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, at 6 o'clock last night.  The deceased is survived by three sons, Guy McPherson of Seneca Castle; and William and Frederick Schwab of Seneca Falls; by two daughters, Harriet and Anna of Auburn, and by one brother, William McPherson of Seneca.  The remains will be brought here this afternoon by Undertaker Kennedy and taken to the home at Seneca Castle.  The funeral will take place from the house at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.  Rev. A. B. Temple will officiate.  Interment will be in Number Nine cemetery.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 25 January 1938

Rushville, N. Y. -  Mrs. Marian Schweickhard,
41, died Sunday night in a hospital in Canandaigua, She is survived by her husband, Fred Schweickhard, one daughter, Norman, and one sister, Mrs. Walter Woodard, West Bloomfield. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Rushville Congregational church.



From Ontario County Journal 25 April 1902

Naples, N. Y. -  Conrad Schwingle,
aged 84 years, died at his home on Tuesday afternoon. He was a native of Germany and came to this country when a young man. He had resided in Naples over 30 years. He is survived by his wife and five children. There was a short service at the house yesterday morning, after which the remains were taken to Cohocton, where the funeral was held from the German Lutheran church at 1 p.m. Interment was made at Cohocton.



From Geneva Daily Times 9 August 1905

Mrs. Susan Scofield,
twenty-nine years of age, wife of George Scofield, who resides four miles east of the city, died early this morning at her home. Besides her husband, the deceased is survived by her father and mother and infant son. The funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the house, Rev. N. B. Remick, D. D., officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood cemetery.



From Geneva Gazette 18 March 1869

Death of Andrew Scoon -
This name of our friend and brother in Christ brings up before us an erect and dignified form, with a countenance ever genial and beaming with a love and good will to his fellowmen; an upright man -- very quiet and yet thoughtful, and true to his convictions of duty.  He was a kind neighbor and a good citizen.  He had been a follower of Christ for fifty years, and was most exemplary in all his conduct; was always in his place on the sabbath, and his home was a home of prayer. Almost his last act was that of family worship, and his Bible was by his side when he was called home.

Mr. Scoon was born in Scotland Dec 13th, 1808, and removed to Geneva in May, 1840.  For 30 years he has been gathering friends around him, seldom losing except by death.  Last Friday evening, March 11th, he was suddenly called to his eternal rest. Knowing that his heart was diseased, he had been expecting the summons, and yet up to the moment of death he had appeared in his usual health.  He leaves his dear companion of more than 40 years in feeble health.  The funeral services were held at the Reformed Church, of which he was a member, on Monday afternoon; and very seldom has a larger audience assembled on such an occasion in Geneva.

From the sympathy thus expressed there is no occasion to commend the widow and the son to the love of those who knew the husband and father but to love him.  They will ever have a place in our thoughts and prayers.



From Geneva Advertiser 22 October 1901

Mrs. Arabella Scoon,
widow of William Scoon, died at her home, No. 96 William street, at five o'clock last Friday morning, Oct. 18, aged 76 years.  She and Mr. Scoon were long-time residents of the town of Geneva, owning a handsome, large farm on the old stage road to Flint Creek and Canandaigua, remaining on the farm until he died some years ago.  She is survived by one son and three daughters, Chas. K. Scoon, Mrs. Thomas Densmore, Mrs. D. H. Patty, and one unmarried daughter, Miss Belle, who resided with her mother.  We have known the family well for more than forty years, when they drove into town every Sunday morning to attend service is the good old Scotch Church, and of that congregation there are very few survivors - we can really name but three in the city now, the Misses Johnston and Mrs. E. B. Richardson, and Geo. O. Rippey and wife of Halls. Their old pastor, Rev. J. L. Robertson, happened to be in the city on the day of Mrs. Scoon's death.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 7 December 1938

Geneva -
The Rev. Charles Kelsey Scoon, 84, died unexpectedly yesterday in his home. For the past two weeks he had been treated by a physician and had been confined to the home. The Rev. Mr. Scoon was born on Jan. 23, 1855, in the Canandaigua Road. He graduated from Hobart College, class of 1876. After study of one year at Hartford Theological Seminary, and three years at Auburn seminary, he entered the Presbyterian ministry and his first Parish was at McGraw. His health forced him to abandon this work after one year. Returning to Geneva, Scoon went into the nursery business and planted the first commercial cherry orchard known. He had been a ruling elder in North Presbyterian church for many years and served also as clerk of the section. He organized a class for men which bore his name, retiring as an active member when he was 70 years old. He was one of the pioneers in the development of the Geneva YMCA and took an active part in civic affairs.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Caroline Maxwell Scoon; two sons, Robert M., Princeton, N. J., and Thompson M. Scoon, Geneva; a daughter, Miss Carolyn Scoon, New York City; a sister, Mrs. H. A. Patty, San Diego, Calif., and two grandsons. Funeral services will be held privately at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the home.



From Geneva Gazette 15 September 1893

Death of Wm. Scoon -
We record with supreme sorrow the death of another esteemed friend and patron.  Wm. Scoon passed away Saturday night last, at his farm residence in Seneca after long suffering, in the 71st year of his age.  The deceased was a native of this town, oldest son of the late John Scoon, and born on the farm now owned and occupied by Mrs. Snell.  His whole life was that of an exemplary Christian, void of  offense toward God and man, doing his whole duty cheerfully as a good citizen, a kind neighbor and every helpful friend.  The deceased from early manhood was a member and regular attendant of the Associate Reformed Church, delighting in its simple service of prayer and praise.  When as a denomination it became merged with the Presbyterians he transferred his allegiance to the latter and was regular and devout in worship at the First Church.

Mr. Scoon's illness originated from a severe attack of the grippe, and although he partially recovered from it direful effects, he was never restored to good health.  Consumption of the lungs finally ensued, and from that moment he was marked for early dissolution.  An only son is the Rev. Chas. K. Scoon, an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church.  An only and younger brother, James Scoon, died within the present year.



From Penn Yan Democrat 22 April 1927

At the home of his son, Charles, in Geneva, Wednesday, April 13, 1927, William T. Scoon, aged 58 years. Mr. Scoon has lived practically all of his life in the vicinity of Hall. He is survived by his widow, two sons, Howard M. of Hall, and Charles C. of Geneva; and one daughter, Mrs. Raymond Stickler of Hall; one brother, Charles K. Scoon of Geneva, and Santiago, Calif. The funeral was held Wednesday morning, Rev. James Sykes officiating. Interment was in No. NIne cemetery.



Geneva Gazette 1 July 1898

Death of Mrs. B. W. Scott - Mrs. B. W. Scott
died at 8 P. M. Thursday after a long and painful illness.  Mrs. Scott was the wife of B. W. Scott, the well known bookseller and stationery dealer, who is a veteran of the civil war.  Several children are left to mourn her demise - three sons and four daughters.  The hour of her death was also that of her wedding anniversary.  Mrs. Scott's maiden name was Page, and she was married June 30, 1858.  Mrs. Orrin D. Allen of No. 25 Elmwood avenue is a sister of the deceased.  Mrs. Scott was a member of Trinity Church.  The funeral will take place tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at 4 o'clock, from Trinity Church.  Interment at Glenwood.



From Geneva Advertiser 2 June 1903

Byron W. Scott,
the bookstore man and grand army veteran, died at his home on Washington street last Saturday afternoon, Decoration Day, at 2:30 o'clock. The procession of grand army men was just passing his home on the way to the cemetery to decorate the graves of their dead comrades. Mr. Scott had been confined to his home for two weeks with illness, and he stepped out on the porch to see his comrades pass by. He was seated in a chair and returned their salute. Suddenly his head was seen to drop back, and his two daughters springing to his assistance very soon saw that he was dead. He was aged 77 years. He was a member of the 126th regiment and served honorably during the war, but the hardships left him an invalid. The death of a daughter a few months ago was a great strain upon his waning strength. He is survived by four daughters and two sons, two daughters being at home. He was a good citizen, an upright man.



From Naples Record 23 November 1872

Rushville - Mrs. Catharine Scott,
widow of the late John Scott of this village, died on Sunday, Nov. 17th, 1872, aged 69 years. Mother Scott was sadly affected in this life. Her husband was killed by the cars some years ago. Of a family of eight children, only one survives her, Mrs. Virgil Barber. Five of her children died of consumption. For many years she was partially insane but there was much method in her insanity. She professed a strong faith in Christ and although erratic in many things we believe she was truly pious. As an emblem of her purity of heart, she believed she believed she must dress in white which she did at all seasons of the year. The conflicts of life with her are ended, and she has gone to the land where there is no sorrow.



From Geneva Daily Times 5 September 1908

Mrs. Charles Scott
of Furgerson Corners died last night at her home at the age of 58 years. The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock Monday morning from the house. Burial will be in Voak's Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 10 May 1907

Phelps, N. Y. - The death of Mrs. Christina Scott occurred yesterday, as the result of a fall she received two weeks ago when her left hip was fractured. Mrs. Scott was 75 years of age, and was born in the town of Phelps, and had always lived here. She leaves two daughters, Miss Amelia J. Scott and Mrs. Charles A. Wright, and one son, William W. Scott; also a sister, Mrs. A. B. Crittenden.



From Geneva Gazette 21 October 1881

Mrs. David Scott
of Hall's Corners, whose death we announce today, was a wife, mother and neighbor most highly respected and beloved. She died of cancer, which had caused her intense suffering for many years. To her therefore death was but sweet release from physical pain.



From Geneva Daily Times 18 February 1918

The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, wife of Albert M. Scott, of 193 Main Street, occurred this morning at 4 o'clock after a long illness, although Mrs. Scott was confined to her bed but about ten days. She was born in Seneca county in 1854. If she had lived until next Saturday, she and Mr. Scott would have been married 47 years. She was most of her life a consistent member of the Methodist church. Besides her husband, she leaves one daughter, Edith J. Scott of this city, and one sister, Mrs. Asher Lyon of Michigan. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at the residence and interment will be made in Glenwood cemetery.



From Ontario County Chronicle 28 May 1902

Phelps, N. Y. - Mrs. Francis Scott,
wife of Jacob Scott, aged 54 years, died Thursday afternoon after a long illness with dropsy. Besides her husband, she leaves on sister, residing in Waterloo.



From Geneva Advertiser 17 December 1901

Our old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Scott of the town of Geneva, mourn the death of their son, Frank, which occurred in the Beahan hospital of Canandaigua on the 5th December of  typhoid fever, after an illness of three weeks.  He was aged 27 years.  He was one of a family of six brothers and one sister, all brought up in honesty and sobriety, and reflected credit on their parents, and their old grandfather, Genio Scott.  The remains were brought to Halls Corners for interment.  



From Geneva Gazette 17 September 1880

Mrs. Gad Scott
died at her residence on Main street last Sunday of cancer, which had afflicted her for a long time. She was about 64 years of age and a life-long member of the M. E. Church.



From Ontario County Journal 14 April 1911

Allen's Hill, N. Y. - 
Friends were saddened when news was received here of the death of Mrs. Lena West Scott, wife of Walter Scott, of Wheelers. Mrs. Scott was born at the Hill and always lived here until grown up. She was the eldest daughter and last surviving member of the family of the late Dr. and Mrs. Elizabeth West. Mrs. Scott was 42 years old. Cancer was the cause of death. Mrs. Scott had a happy, cheerful disposition. To her life meant giving and she gave unstintedly of her cheer and courage, an inspiring gift to those about her. Deceased is survived by her husband, one daughter and two sons, Raymond and Arthur.



From Geneva Daily Times 23 April 1917

Lewis William Scott,
aged 45, died at his home, 24 Dorchester avenue, this city, Saturday night at 9:30. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Miss Ethel Scott, of this city; and two brothers, Finley and Fred Scott of Huron. The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at the house. The burial will be at Glenwood cemetery. Rev. Ralph Cushman will officiate.



From Geneva Daily Times 8 January 1917

Mrs. Alice Mary Scott,
aged 65 years and 4 months, wife of the late David M. Scott, died this morning at 9 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Barden, 295 Washington street. Mrs. Scott was born at Bellona, October 7, 1851, and was the daughter of John H. Platman and his wife, Mary Ann Catherine Ward. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. George Barden and Miss M. Rae Scott of this city; one half sister, Mrs. Herbert A. Jones of Himrods; two half brothers, Samuel E. Platman and J. Elmer Platman of Bellona. The funeral will be private and friends are requested not to send flowers.



From Ontario County Journal 5 January 1912

Death came as a welcome release on Friday to Mrs. Nancy A. Scott, wife of Lyman L. Scott, at her home on Chapin street, after an illness of two years during which robbed her of all her faculties. Mrs. Scott was a lovable woman, and memory of her kindly nature will linger in the minds of those privileged with her friendship. Deceased was born April 19, 1838, at Cuba, Allegany county, and had been a resident of Canandaigua since 1892. Her husband, one son, Royal R. Scott, Esq., and one brother, S. Richard Lown of Cuba, survives. Mrs. Scott was a member of the Women's Relief Corps and of the Universalist church. Rev. E. P. Wood officiated at the funeral services held at the home on Sunday afternoon, and the remains were taken to the old home in Cuba on New Years day for interment.



From Ontario County Journal 10 October 1913

Stanley, N. Y. -
The death of Thomas Scott occurred at his home in Gorham on Saturday after an illness of several months. Deceased was a successful blacksmith at Hall for many years. Several years ago he decided to change his occupation and moved to Bluff Point and engaged in farming. Not being as successful in farming as he had anticipated, he sold out and a few years ago moved to Gorham, where he continued blacksmithing until failing health forced him to give up his work to his son, Edward. Mr. Scott was a good citizen, a man loved and respected by all who knew him. Although not a member of any church, he attended when able, with his family, the Gorham Baptist church. Funeral services were held from the home on Tuesday. Rev. A. G. Lawton of the Baptist church and Rev. McColl, pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiated. There survives a widow, three daughters, two living at Bluff Point and Miss Minnie who lives at home; two sons, Edward of Penn Yan, and John of Gorham. Burial was at Little church cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 24 July 1906

Thomas H. Scott, aged 47 years, died yesterday morning at 10:00 o'clock at his home on St. Clair street near the city limits. He is survived by his wife and one nephew. The funeral was held this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. The Rev. C. E. Jewell officiated. The remains will be taken tonight on the 10:00 o'clock train to Chaney, Md., for burial.



From Geneva Daily Times 18 March 1907

Winfield Scott, seventy-three years of age, died yesterday morning at his home five miles southeast of the city on the Pre-emption road. He has resided in this vicinity for the past seventy years. His survivors are a widow, five sons, Genre C. of Washington, James R. of Washington, D. C., Walter and Samuel W. of Geneva, and John C. of Canandaigua; one daughter, Mrs. Fred C. Barnes of Geneva. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from his house, Rev. W. C. Crane of the Bellona Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial will be in Brookside cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 30 September 1898

Phelps, N. Y. - Elisha C. Scoville,
a prominent citizen and aged resident of this town, was instantly killed on the Lehigh Valley railroad shortly before noon on Monday. The deceased, who was eighty-eight years of age, lived but a short distance north of the railroad and was in the habit almost daily walking for exercise along the road, and on the fatal Monday had been picking wild flowers along the road, as he had a bunch of golden rod in his hand when he was killed. It is thought that he was walking on the track at the time and stepped off to avoid a coming train and got in the way of a freight train on the other track. The deceased was struck and thrown to one side of the track, down a short embankment, near James Lester's land. His body was badly bruised and many of the bones broken, although his face was not disfigured. A coroner's inquest was held on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, which resulted in a verdict of accidental death, caused by being struck by a train passing on the Lehigh Valley railroad. The deceased is survived by a son and two daughters, Mrs. William H. Green of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Bowdish of New York. The funeral services were held from the residence at 11 o'clock on Wednesday morning, and interment was made in the Phelps cemetery.



From Phelps Citizen 4 May 1911

Henry Scoville,
a former resident of this town, died suddenly last Saturday noon while at dinner table. He appeared to be in his usual health a short time previous to his death. Deceased was 82 years old and had been a resident of this town for a number of years until he moved to his present home near Clifton Springs. He is survived by his wife and two daughters. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon and the remains taken to Palmyra for interment.



From Victor Herald 16 Mar 1895 page 3

Lucian Scramling, a former resident of Victor, died at his home in Rochester last Saturday. Mr Scramling was the son of Amos Scramling and was born in this town 62 years ago. When a young lad he developed a great taste for music and became very proficient in that art; he dealt in musical instruments for a number of years and devoted a great deal of time to tuning and repairing them. Upon the death of his father he took up the management of the Scramling farm just east of Plaster Mill, latterly with his son, Fred, and W. H. Clark he built and operated the Steam Flouring Mill at N. Y. Central Station. Some 10 years ago, he met with serious financial reverses and after selling his property in this town he removed to Rochester and has since devoted his time and attention to the musical instrument business . . . . . He was a member of Milnor Lodge F & A. M. The funeral services were held from his late home in Rochester Wednesday afternoon and brought here and laid beside those of his father and mother. His widow and one son survive him. Burial Victor Village Cemetery

Many thanks to Cheri Branca for this donation.



From Ontario County Journal 31 August 1900

Victor, N. Y. - Edward Scribner,
a well-known farmer residing about three miles north of this village, visited friends in Conquest, the early part of last week, and on Tuesday was taken suddenly ill. In spite of all efforts to relieve him he rapidly grew worse, and on Thursday he died. The remains were brought to Victor on Friday afternoon and on Saturday afternoon the interment took place at the South Perinton cemetery. On Sunday afternoon the funeral services were held from his late residence, Rev. Frank M. Cole, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating. Mr. Scribner was a member of the Methodist church for many years, and was highly respected by his fellow townsmen. He leaves a wife, two sons, John A. Scribner of Farmington, Albert E. Scribner of Victor; and one daughter, Miss Jennie Scribner of Victor.



From Geneva Daily Times 23 March 1908

Phelps, N. Y. -
The death of Joseph Dayton P. Scribner, occurred Saturday at his home on East Main street. He had been in failing health for the past three months. Mr. Scribner had reached the advanced age of 83 years, his last birthday being observed on February 13th of the present year. Mr. Scribner was born and received his early training in New York City. When the Civil War broke out he enlisted as a volunteer and served the four years of that conflict. On receiving his discharge, he settled in Arcadia, Wayne county, where he took up the occupation of farming. Sixteen years ago Mr. Scribner retired from active work and moved to Phelps. Through his ever genial and quiet disposition he commanded the respect of a host of friends. Mr. Scribner was a member of the General J. B. Murray Post, G. A. R. His near survivors are his widow and one son, Conklin Scribner of Buffalo; also a sister, Mrs. Martha Newton, who resides at Boston. The funeral services will be held tomorrow, Rev. C. E. Gregory of the Presbyterian church officiating.



From Geneva Daily Times 11 September 1908

Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
Yesterday morning shortly before noon at the family home on Withum street, occurred the death of one of the oldest residents of this village and vicinity, Joseph Scullen. Mr. Scullen had been in failing health for several months, and his death though not unexpected, was a great shock to the community.



From Geneva Daily Times 1 June 1909

Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Joseph D. Gowing, occurred the death of Mrs. Louise M. Scullen, in a very sad manner. After the death of Mr. Scullen several months ago, Mrs. Scullen closed the family residence which is located about one mile north of this village, and came to this village to reside, where she occupied some rooms on Spring street a part of the time, and a part of the time made her home with her niece, Mrs. Gowing. This morning she was missed from the Gowing home and upon a search being made for her, she was found in the attic, where she had gone and had drank the contents of a two-ounce bottle of carbolic acid. A physician was immediately summoned, but upon his arrival Mrs. Scullen was found dead. Since the death of her husband, Mrs. Scullen had become despondent, and it is now known that her mind was unbalanced or she never would have committed this rash deed. The deceased was 71 years of age and had spent a large portion of her life in or near this village and had a wide circle of friends.



From Phelps Citizen 19 January 1899

Tuesday morning at nine o'clock occurred the death of Philip Scullins, aged 87 years. Death was due to pneumonia. He leaves one son, Joseph, with whom he made his home for some time. The funeral was held at the home Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. The interment being in the Gypsum cemetery. Joseph Scullins, the son of the deceased, is dangerously ill with grip and pneumonia.



From Canandaigua Chronicle 22 August 1906

John Scully
died at his home in East Phoenix street Wednesday afternoon at the age of 78 years. Mr. Scully has lived in this village for a number of years. He is survived by his wife and one son, Martin Scully. The funeral services were held from St. Mary's church Friday morning with interment in Calvary cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 28 May 1909

On Saturday night occurred the death of Mrs. Philip Scully, after a painful illness of more than three yrs. Mrs. Scully was born in Ireland 66 years ago, coming to this country with her parents when about six years of age, and lived in the town of Richmond for a number of years. Deceased leaves, besides her husband, Philip Scully, two brothers, Humphrey Leary, of Detroit, Mich., and ex- Supervisor Patrick Leary of Ionia, and three sisters, Mrs. Appleton of Hinsdale, Mich.; Mrs. O'Neil of Victor, and Mrs. McNamara of this village. Her funeral was held from St. Joseph's church on Wednesday morning and was largely attended, her pastor, Rev. Simon FitzSimmons officiating. Interment was in the Lima cemetery.



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