"X - Y - Z" Obituaries


From Ontario County Times 28 October 1885

David B. Yager,
of Clifton Springs, died suddenly last Friday, aged 74 years. He was stricken down in the street by a paralytic attack early in the morning and died the same evening. He was one of the oldest residents of Clifton Springs. His funeral was held yesterday at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Storer.



From Ontario County Journal 5 January 1917

Farmington, N. Y. - 
The death of Augustus Yahn occurred in his late home on Tuesday of last week after an illness of three yrs of gangrene. He was born in 1868 in Mechlenburg, Germany, and came to this country many years ago. One of his feet was frozen a few years ago and gangrene set in, causing him to have one of his limbs amputated three times in order to save his life. The other limb was severed once. For some time he was obliged to get about by means of a wheel chair. Mr. Yahn is survived by his wife, four sons, John Yahn of Manchester, William Yahn, Fred Yahn and Frank Yahn, all of this town; and one daughter, Miss Mary Yahn, who resided at home; also four brothers, Henry Yahn of this town, one residing in Michigan and two others in Germany. The funeral was held on Friday from the German Lutheran church. Rev. William Mueller officiated. Interment was made in the North Farmington Cemetery. Mr. Yahn had been a great sufferer and had borne his afflictions cheerfully.



From Fairport Herald 19 January 1933

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Abrey and little son of Rochester were called here by the death of Mrs. Abrey's father, Henry Yahn, who passed away Thursday morning at the family home east of this village. Mr. Yahn had been in ill health for some time. The funeral took place from the home and from St. John's Lutheran church in this village Sunday afternoon. Burial was made in Salem cemetery. Mr. Yahn leaves his wife; one son, Fred Yahn; one daughter, Mrs. Emma Abrey and one grandson, of Rochester.



From Shortsville Enterprise 26 February 1914

The death of Mrs. Bruce Yarnell occurred at her home in East Main street at an early hour Monday morning, following an illness of about three months' duration. Peritonitis was the cause of death. Her age was 33 years. Mrs. Yarnell was a daughter of Mrs. Kate Dunn and the late John Dunn, a former Shortsville postmaster. She was born at Batavia on March 28, 1880, but removed to Shortsville at an early age. Her education was received at the Shortsville High School, and almost her entire life was passed within the borders of this village. She was united in marriage to Bruce Yarnell at Niagara Falls on March 24, 1913. She was one of twin sisters. The survivors are her husband, her mother, Mrs. Dunn, and twin sister, Mrs. Aaron France, all residents of Shortsville; another sister, Mrs. D. M. Deiter of Niagara Falls, and one brother, James Dunn. The funeral obsequies were held from St. Dominic's Catholic church on Wednesday morning and the interment followed in the Catholic cemetery west of Clifton Springs.



From Ontario County Journal 31 March 1911

Rushville, N. Y. - 
The death of Charles E. Yaw occurred at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Stidd, Thursday, aged 71 years. He was born in Herkimer county, but he spent the most of his life in Naples. A few years ago, after the death of his wife, he came to Rushville to live with his daughter, Mrs. Charles Stidd. Two daughters, Mrs. Charles Stidd of this place, and Mrs. William Walker of Naples; and one son, Albert Yaw, of this place; one sister, Mrs. Avery Ingraham of Naples; and two brothers, Edward Yaw of Naples and Joel of Academy, survive.



From Ontario County Journal 26 June 1891

Naples, N. Y. - Daniel Church Yaw, one of our substantial residents, died on Monday at the good age of 83. Before coming to Naples, he lived several years in Gorham and Hopewell. He was a hard working, honest man and after years of toil, success crowned his efforts. He leaves four sons and a daughter, all living near each other in this vicinity.



From Ontario County Journal 11 August 1916

Naples, N. Y. -
At the Yaw home in Gulick on Monday morning occurred the death of E. C. Yaw, Sr., after a long illness. Mr. Yaw was 70 years of age, the son of Daniel C. and Sally Yaw. He was born in Cheshire and moved to Naples in early manhood. He enlisted in Company C, 67th New York State Volunteers, and served through the war. He leaves his wife, who was Miss Harriet Hatch, of Naples, and five children, Edwin C., Jr., Frank, Herbert and Miss Jennie, of Naples, and Willis of Rochester. Funeral services were held at the home on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Bigham Post G. A. R. attending, burial in Rose Ridge.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 19 July 1925

Naples, N. Y. - Mrs. Harriet N. Hatch Yaw
, 82 years old, life long resident of Naples, and widow of the late Edwin C. Yaw, died Friday afternoon at her home on the Hunts Hollow road, following a stroke of apoplexy suffered Wednesday morning. Mrs. Yaw was the daughter of the late Francis and Elizabeth Hotchkiss Hatch and was born in Naples, January 28, 1843. She married Edwin C. Yaw on January 3, 1866. Mrs. YAW was a member of the Methodist Church. She leaves four sons, Frank Yaw, of Naples, and Edwin C. and Willis Yaw, of Rochester; one daughter, Jennie Yaw, of Naples; a sister, Mrs. Carolyn Maxfield of Naples; two brothers, Frank Hatch of Naples, and Albert Hatch of Hollywood, Calif., and several grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from the family home at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon by Rev. C. R. Wolcott, pastor of the Baptist Church. Burial will be made in Rose Ridge cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 31 December 1915

Naples, N. Y. - 
On Friday evening at 9 o'clock at the family home on East avenue, Mrs. Sarah Dedrick Yaw, wife of Joel Yaw, passed away after a long illness. Mrs. Yaw was born in Naples 71 years ago and had spent her entire life in this town. Besides her husband, she leaves two sons and two daughters, Mrs. Hiram Bailey of West Bloomfield, and Miss Ruby Yaw, of Naples. The funeral services were held from the home on Monday afternoon with Rev. J. H. France in charge.



From Shortsville Enterprise 1 February 1934

Mrs. Henrietta Yawger
died early Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, Miss Isabel Woodworth, in Canandaigua street, at the advanced age of 82 years. Besides the daughter, the survivors are one son, J. F. Woodworth, of Shanghai, China; two sisters, Mrs. Henrietta Dutcher of Catskill and Mrs. Norma Wagner of Sayre, Pa.; and two brothers, Archibald Davis of Catskill and George W. Davis of Pittston, Pa. Private funeral services were held from her late home on Tuesday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. Angus J. MacMillan, pastor of the Shortsville Presbyterian church, with interment being made in Brookside Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 30 September 1892

Honeoye, N. Y. - Mrs. Lorinda H. Yawger
died after a brief illness on Saturday, the 24th, aged 58 years and 8 months. The funeral services were held from her late residence on Monday at 2 p.m., Rev. Mr. Day officiating. Only her daughter and an invalid brother of Mrs. Yawger's are left to occupy the old Hamilton homestead.



From Geneva Daily Times 12 February 1915

Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
The death of Jacob Yeagher occurred Wednesday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Joseph Rotigal, in Van Avenue, this village. Mr. Yeagher was born in Germany, and was 44 years of age. He came to this country in 1889, and for several years past had been a resident of this vicinity, having bought what is known as the James Green farm, located south of this village. He is survived by his wife and four sisters. The funeral services were held today, from the Rotigal home and burial in Clifton Springs Cemetery.



From Ontario Repository & Messenger 15 November 1871

A young man named Emerson Yeamans, a resident of Manchester, in this county, met with a sudden death last Wednesday night. It appears that he had been at Shortsville, carousing with a party of friends, and late in the evening while under the influence of liquor started to go home in a buggy alone, and after driving a short distance, it is thought he attempted to turn around and go back to Shortsville, and in so doing the horse, man and buggy were precipitated down a steep declivity. Mr. Yeamans was found lying there, dead, early on Thursday morning by some laborers who were passing the spot.



From Ontario Messenger 7 January 1857

DIED - In Manchester, Ontario county, N. Y., Sunday morning, the 21st December, 1856, Moses Yeamans, Esq., in the sixty-third year of his age. He was born in the town of Westfield, Massachusetts. He graduated at Union College, and subsequently engaged in the mercantile business in the City of New York, and which, in the year 1836, he discontinued there, and removed with his family to Manchester, where he again carried on the business successfully until his decease, having accumulated am ample fortune. As a husband and father, he was affectionate and kind; as a neighbor he was obliging, and in all his intercourse and dealings, the widest honesty and integrity of purpose by which he was actuated, together with his christian and exemplary deportment, won for him general confidence and respect. His funeral was attended at the Methodist Episcopal Church, where a very impressive sermon was preached by the Rev. J. E. Hyde, from Romans, 14th chapter, 12th verse.



From Geneva Daily Times 26 July 1906

Canandaigua, N. Y. - Yesterday morning, at her home on Coy street, occurred the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Yeckley, an aged resident.



From Geneva Daily Times 29 May 1909

Canandaigua, N. Y. - John Yeckley,
a veteran of the Civil War, died at the Canandaigua Hospital at an early hour this morning at the age of 72 years. He had been a resident of this village for a number of years. He leaves four sons. Burial in Gorham Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 27 July 1906

Mrs. Josephine Elizabeth Yeckley,
wife of John A. Yeckley, died at her home on Coy street on Wednesday morning, aged 63 years. She is survived by her husband and four sons, John, George, Frank and Arthur. The funeral will be held from her late home this morning. Rev. J. S. Ebersole will officiate. The interment will be made at Gorham.



From Ontario County Journal 27 January 1888

Gorham, N. Y. - Josiah L. Yeckley died on Wednesday, the 18th inst., in the eighty-third year of his age. He was born in Newburg, this State; came to this vicinity when about nine years of age, and has resided some sixty years in this place. He was one of our oldest and most respected citizens -- noted for honesty and integrity; a great reader, an intelligent man, very pronounced in his politics; first a whig and then a Republican; a subscriber for the Log Cabin, and then for the Tribune, continuing such for most of the time until death. He leaves two children -- a son, who served with honor in the late war, and a daughter, the wife of Prof. Wm. Wells, of Union College.



From Geneva Daily Times 10 January 1908

Hall's Corners, N. Y. -
The death of A. Yeoman occurred at his home Wednesday evening of tuberculosis. He leaves a wife and one son, eleven years old, a widowed mother, one sister and two brothers. The funeral will take place at his late residence at one o'clock Saturday afternoon, Rev. A. B. Temple officiating.



From Geneva Courier 22 August 1883

WAS IT SUICIDE? --  Death of Charles Yeomans Yesterday Morning - A DOSE OF MORPHINE

Charles Yeomans, familiarly known as "old Charley," a jovial, good-natured, and at the same time a dissipated tailor of a sarcastic turn of mind, aged 74 years, died at his room, over Mr. P. O'Riely's store, on Exchange street, yesterday morning at 11 o'clock.  The deceased went to the Watkins to the regatta last week and then and afterwards drank to considerable excess.  He purchased some morphine during the latter part of the week.  He complained on Saturday and Sunday of his inability to sleep, and asked several persons how much morphine a man ought to take to induce sleep.  Sunday night, or late Sunday afternoon, he went from his room into the street and was seen carrying a small tin-pail of water.  The next morning his step-son, _____ Bushman, who has been employed with his step-father as a tailor, went up stairs to begin work for the day.  He saw Yeomans in bed and thought he was drunk.  He decided not to go to work until the old gentleman got better, and went down stairs.  He told some one that the old man was not fit to work and that he, Bushman, was going to Rochester.  He went to Rochester at noon.  One or two persons went up stairs during the day, and towards evening it was found that Yeomans was dangerously ill, and Edward O'Riely found a paper containing morphine on the bench.  Dr. Budd was called, who found Yeomans in a stupor and all of the symptoms indicated that the man was beyond help.  The doctor decided that the patient was suffering from the effects of poison, and that the poison had been absorbed into the system.  There was no help for him, the doctor stated.  Remedies were used all night and the next day in case there might be any hope of recovery.  The old man passed away quietly and easily, breathing his last at 10:45 yesterday morning. Yeomans is an Englishman by birth and is said to have relatives near London, England, who are well-to-do in this world's goods.  But Yeomans never corresponded with them and said that he should have nothing to do with them.  He married a woman residing in Ohio, about twenty-five years ago, but they were unable to live together and Yeomans obtained a divorce.  After that he married Mrs. Bushman of this place, but she was unable to live with him and they separated.  "Charlie" was well-known among the boys and business men as a jolly old fellow, full of jokes and stories, but very untidy, to say the least, in his habits.  He always made very sarcastic remarks about those who committed, or tried to commit suicide; he had scouted the idea of inflicting injury upon, or of killing himself.



From Ontario County Journal 28 January 1910

Stanley, N. Y. -
The death of Mrs. Jennie Yeomans occurred at her home near Halls on Jan. 21. Her husband died two years ago. A son, twelve years of age, is left; also a father and mother, three sisters of Flint, two brothers, one in Rochester and Frank who lives in this place.

From Geneva Daily Times 21 January 1910

Mrs. A. L. Yeomans,
aged 39 years, died this morning at 1 o'clock at her home in Hall's Corners. She is survived by one son, James H. Yeomans; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Roane; two brothers, Frank and Alfred Roane, two sisters, Mrs. A. L. Cook of Flint and Mrs. E. B. Sutherland of Penn Yan. The funeral will take place Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the house. Rev. A. B. Temple will officiate and burial will be in Number Nine Cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 23 April 1915

Mrs. Maria Sophia Yeomans,
aged 71 years, died last night at 6:50 o'clock, at her home, 61 Tillman street. She is survived by two sons, W. G. Buschmann, of Geneva; Louis F. Buschmann, of Montgomery, Alabama; two daughters, Mrs. F. H. Covert of Buffalo, and Miss Margaret Buschmann, of this city. Mrs. Yeomans has been a resident of this city since 1866. Funeral services will be held from the house on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. D. H. Craver, of the North Presbyterian church, officiating. Interment will be be made in Glenwood Cemetery. Friends please omit flowers.



From Naples Record 8 May 1895

Mrs. Mary Yocum
died at the residence of her son-in-law, E. E. Baker, at Seneca Castle, April 25, 1895. Her maiden name was Mary McGregory. She was born December 25, 1832, in the town of Phelps, consequently was 62 years and 4 months if age at the time of her death. She was first married to Mr. Randall Haskins, who died in a few years leaving her with one little daughter, Emma. Twenty years ago she was married to Mr. Swan Yocum, who with his two daughters mourn the loss of a kind companion, a wise counselor and mother, tenderly beloved, as their watchful, anxious care testified. Her home for many years was in Naples, N. Y., where she had many friends. About seven years since, the family removed to Canandaigua, where they still reside. In January she came to visit her daughter, but in a few days was taken seriously ill, and for more than three months was confined to the house and much of the time to her bed. Her disease was of such a character that often she suffered extreme agony, then would quietly and consciously express a wish, till every detail had been planned as calmly as though to start on any earthly journey. It was a privilege she prized to be near the pastor of the Presbyterian church of this place, with which she first united about forty years ago, and to enjoy the sympathy and prayers so often offered, and which seemed to uplift her like a benediction. Her faith was of that fibre that overcomes the world, and though life was sweet and friends dear, she longed for the release, and when it came she quietly fell asleep. About one week before her death, she was desirous of partaking of the Lord's supper; the sacrament was administered and she enjoyed the solemn scene very much. She has gone before, and her daughter, Mrs. Baker, has the sympathy of many in this place, who know by experience what it is to lose a mother. She also leaves one grandson and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Childs, of this place, and Mrs. Elizabeth McCrady of Prattsburg. Her funeral was held at the house where she died on Saturday afternoon, April 27, the Rev. H. O. Cornell officiating. Her remains were laid to rest in the Whitney cemetery.



From Canandaigua Chronicle 27 December 1905

At noon Sunday at his home in Chapin street occurred the death of Swan Yocum at the age of 86 years. Mr. Yocum was formerly a familiar figure on the Naples-Atlanta and Canandaigua-Naples stage routes, over which he carried the mails for almost twenty-five years. He is survived by two daughters, Miss Mary E. Yocum of Clifton Springs, Mrs. Alice Say of this place, and a step-daughter, Mrs. Baker of Seneca. Brief funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon by Rev. Louis M. Sweet, and yesterday the body was taken to Cohocton for interment.



From Geneva Daily Times 4 September 1945

Mrs. Margaret York,
aged 87, widow of Delos York, died yesterday morning at Geneva General Hospital. Until two years ago, she was a resident of the Town of Seneca and vicinity, and had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Franklin Harrison, Hamilton street, this city. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Clarence Bissell, both of Geneva, and Mrs. James Lewis of Newton, N. J.; one son, Robert York, Geneva; 11 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Last rites will be held tomorrow at the Harrison home at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Sand Hill Cemetery. Robert Hebblethwaite of Port Byron and Rev. Luther Rostrum, pastor of Number Nine Presbyterian church, will officiate.



From Geneva Gazette 2 February 1900

MR. PETER YORK
died in this city Wednesday morning in the 91st year of his age.  His has been a very active life and a useful one.  He has dealt quite extensively in real estate, and built many dwellings which yielded him a handsome income.  His also was an active mind.  He was well read in political and general history, from which he formed decided opinions on current topics and was most interesting in discussing them both orally and in writing.  We have taken pleasure in publishing many of his contributions on the tariff, the currency, territorial expansion, public improvements etc.  His mental faculties were well preserved to the very last.  Withal he was a conscientious devout Christian, and exemplified his religious principles in his daily walk and conversation.  He leaves a widow, one son and two daughters.  One daughter resides at Columbus, O., with whom he has been accustomed to spend the winter season.  The other is the wife of Alderman D. H. Henry.

The following particulars are furnished us by his son-in-law, Mr. D. H. Henry:  Mr. York's death was due to heart failure.  He remained home all day Tuesday.  He arose next morning, replenished the fire and sat down as if to rest.  His wife passed him two or three times and thought him asleep.  When he did not respond to repeated calls to breakfast, she approached and touched him and discovered that he was dead.  His countenance was placid as if asleep and he evidently died without pain or a single struggle.

Mr. York was born Jan. 9th, 1810, making his age a few days over 90 years.  He was married in the town of Benton, and celebrated his golden wedding in 1884.  After his children attained advanced age, to afford them academic instruction he removed to Lima where they all attended the seminary.  He returned to Geneva and settled here 34 years ago.  He was an exemplary member of the Presbyterian Church and held sittings in the North Church.

His funeral will be held tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late residence, 27 Pulteney st. and the body will be deposited temporarily in the receiving vault at Glenwood.  His oldest daughter is the wife of Judge W. T. Stear of Columbus.



From Geneva Daily Times 24 January 1910

Mrs. Peter York
died about 8 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. David H. Henry, No. 18 Elmwood Place. The deceased was in her 95th year and was the oldest member of the North Presbyterian church. She is survived by one son, Delos S. York of Stanley, N. Y. and two daughters, Mrs. William T. Spear of Columbus, O., and Mrs. David Henry of this city. Burial Glenwood Cemetery.



From Geneva Gazette 14 October 1898

Another Soldier Gone to the Front -
Early Wednesday morning Volney York, a corporal of the 34th Sep. Co. (Co. B. 3d N. Y. Vols.) died in our City Hospital of typhoid fever.  He was a grandson of our venerable fellow townsman, Mr. Peter York. When he enlisted and presented himself for physical examination, the examining surgeon pronounced him the most perfectly developed man whom he had passed into military service When he returned from Camp Mead with his company, he did not appear to have suffered any diminution of health and strength.  He was taken ill about the first of this month, and his physician and relatives decided that he would get the best care and treatment at our City Hospital and he was accordingly conveyed there.  But despite the intelligent and faithful care given him, the disease rapidly ran its course to a fatal termination. The deceased was only 22 years old.  He will have a military funeral today.

His funeral will take place at 2 P. M. today from the M. E. Church.  Interment will be at Sand Hill near Flint Creek by direction of his widow.  In announcing these arrangements to the company assembled at the armory yesterday, Lieut. McKay referred feelingly to the deceased comrade as a manly man and worthy soldier.  Six men of Co. B. will act as pall-bearers and accompany the remains to their final resting place.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 10 October 1901

The death of Frederick Yost occurred at his home in Geneva yesterday morning, aged 87 years. Deceased had been ill since last May. The cause of death was Bright's disease. Mr. Yost is survived by a wife and one child.



From Geneva Daily Times 27 June 1934

Godfrey Yost,
aged 76, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. B. R. Conley, at 5:40 o'clock this morning after a long illness. He leaves four daughters, Mrs. Ray Latting, Mrs. B. R. Conley and Mrs. Walter Ide of Geneva, and Mrs. George Roberts of Plattsburgh; two sons, Fred and Herman Yost of Syracuse; thirteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of hid daughter and 2:30 o'clock at the Zion Lutheran church on Milton street with the Rev. M. W. Mueller officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.



From Geneva Gazette 28 January 1870

ANOTHER OLD RESIDENT GONE -
The painful duty devolves upon us this week of recording the death of Mr. Aaron Young, which sad event occurred on Tuesday afternoon, about 3 o'clock.  Suddenly as the death-stroke fell at last, it was not wholly unlooked for by either deceased or his family.  One or two previous attacks of paralysis which he had suffered and from which he but partially recovered, admonished them that he was liable to the final, fatal stroke at any time. It is however none the less saddening and bereaving to family and friends, for they mourn the loss of a kind father and an upright citizen.

Someone familiar with his life and the circumstances of his death, furnishes the following particulars for the Geneva Courier. One year ago the 24th of last December, he was stricken down with paralysis, this being his first day's sickness during his life. Since that time his strength has gradually declined, though he has never relinquished his daily walk.  He entered his house at about half-past two o'clock yesterday afternoon from one of these walks, seemingly as well as usual.  Very soon after his entrance he was visited with another stroke of this malady from which all efforts to relieve him proved vain, and within an hour afterwards he died.

Deceased was born at Hanover, N. J., June 20, 1790, and was at the time of his death 79 years of age.  He removed with his father's family to this section of country in 1810 and settled about six miles from this village in the town of Phelps. He married his wife, who still survives him, 8th February, 1816, and immediately established himself in this place, having since that time dwelt in the house in which he died.  He had six children, three sons and three daughters, all of whom are living, respected members of society.  His oldest son and daughter were with him at the time of his death.

Mr. Young has lived to see his descendants to the third generation.  He has often during his life-time been honored with offices of public trust, the duties of which he has ever discharged with fidelity, always enjoying in a marked degree the confidence and esteem of his neighbors.  As a citizen, his death will be universally regretted, and the places he was accustomed to frequent will miss his genial face and many interesting anecdotes of the early settlement of this beautiful village. No man, we presume, has watched closer and with more pride than he its constant growth and improvement.



From Geneva Courier 22 August 1883


Death of Mrs. Aaron Young -
Mrs. Aaron Young, who had a stroke of paralysis about a year ago, and suffered much during this time, died at her late residence on Castle street Saturday morning, aged 91 years.  She was one of the oldest inhabitants in Geneva, and had occupied her present residence about sixty years.  Mrs. Young was highly respected by all who knew her.  She was a member of the Dutch Reformed church many years.  The funeral took place from her late residence yesterday afternoon, Rev. Dr. Strong of the Reformed church officiating.  She leaves three daughters:  Mrs. Lombard, of Syracuse; Mrs. M. N. Abbey, of Brooklyn, and Mrs. C. A. Ward, of Mount Pleasant, Mich., and three sons:  John D. Young, of Geneva; W. H. Young, Brooklyn, and F. G. Young, of New York city, all of whom were here except Mrs. Ward, to attend the funeral.



From Ontario County Chronicle 10 April 1901

Mrs. Althina Young died at her home in Chapin street yesterday, aged 57 years. She is survived by two children, Miss Mary E. Young of Canandaigua and Mrs. Robert Crowell of Farmington.



From Phelps Citizen 31 May 1894


Elkanah Young,
one of the oldest residents of this town and a prominent farmer, died at his home just north of the village, about 11 o'clock on Monday night, in the 83d year of his age. The deceased was stricken with paralysis, and never rallied from it, which resulted in his death. Mr. Young came to Phelps from South East, Westchester county, over 50 years ago, and
has resided on the farm where he died the greater portion of that time, being successful as a farmer, and acquiring quite a competency therefrom. Mr. Young was twice married, his first wife being Miss Charlotte Rogers and his second one, Mrs. Whitmore Salisbury, the latter dying in August, 1891. One son, Curtis J., is the sole survivor. Two sisters, Mrs. J. M. Sherwood of Syracuse and Mrs. James Ketcham of Warsaw are the only remaining sisters out of a family of nine children. The funeral services are being held from the house this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Dr. Webb officiating, and interment will be made in Pinewood cemetery.



From Shortsville Enterprise 13 August 1909

After several months' illness, Mrs. Elvira Pomeroy, wife of Ambrose Young, died at her home in the town of Farmington on Thursday morning of last week at 6 o'clock. She was aged 82 years and 5 days, and was born in the town of Farmington, where she had spent her entire life. She was the daughter of the late Theodore and Matilda Pomeroy and was one of the best known and most highly respected residents of that township. Mrs. Young is survived by her husband, three granddaughters, the Misses Olie, Iva and Nettie Barnsdale, besides numerous nephews , nieces and other relatives. The funeral services were held from her late residence on Saturday afternoon, the officiating clergyman being Rev. J. S. Ebersole, pastor of the First Baptist church at Canandaigua. The interment was in Brookside Cemetery in this village.



From Geneva Daily Times 13 November 1943

Mrs. George Young - Mrs. Emma Matilda Young,
former resident of Geneva, died yesterday in Niagara Falls. Surviving are two daughters, Ruth A. Young and Elizabeth Young Patterson, both of Niagara Falls; a sister, Sarah Beard Peck of California. Interment will be held Monday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock in Washington Street Cemetery.



From Ontario County Chronicle 19 June 1901

Naples, N. Y., June 17 - Mrs. Eva Young, wife of Charles H. Young, died at her home yesterday. She was taken with a slight stroke of apoplexy the 12th of May and one month from that day was seized with a more violent attack and was unconscious until she died. Her father and mother died in 1896. Deceased was 51 years old and was much esteemed in the community. Her husband survives her.



From Shortsville Enterprise 1 August 1929

Mrs. Harriet Young,
wife of Samuel D. Young of Farmington, occurred at the family home on Friday last, following a long illness. Her age was 78 years. Mrs. Young was a native of Farmington and had spent her entire life within its confines. She was born on June 14, 1851, a daughter of the late Nathan and Lydia Aldrich. She was married to Mr. Young on October 17, 1870. She is survived by her husband; one son, John M. Young; and a brother, Julius Aldrich, all of Farmington; also two granddaughters, Mrs. Alfred Hargrave of San Francisco, Calif., and Mrs. William Smith of Scottsville. Funeral services were held from her late home at 2:30 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev Eleizer Partington, pastor of North Farmington Friends' church. The remains were laid at rest in South Farmington cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 17 November 1908

After a long illness, Mrs. Jane Arnott Young died at her home on Madison street on Monday morning. A devoted wife and mother but left a widow eleven years ago, Mrs. Young has ever shown to her family and friends through years of frail and delicate health in a remarkable degree that Christian cheerfulness which brightens the home of an invalid and lightens the burden of days of suffering. Grievously afflicted by the loss of loving and devoted children she has always borne her grief with wonderful patience, longing only for the time to come when she too might be relieved from the burdens of the flesh to enter into the joy and rest of those in Paradise. To the family and especially to the devoted daughter who has watched and tended her mother with such unselfish care and love, their many friends desire now to offer their heartfelt sympathy. The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon from Trinity church at 2:30 o'clock.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 22 January 1901

Mrs. Eliza A. Young died at her home in North Bloomfield yesterday, after an illness of about a week. She was the widow of the late John Young, who died about five months ago. Mrs. Young was born in North Bloomfield, eighty-two years ago, and had always lived there. The surviving family consists of three sons, Oscar, Curtis & Jerome, and one daughter Emily, all of North Bloomfield.



From Geneva Daily Times 8 January 1940

Mrs. Johanna Gertrude Young,
51, of 26 Hogarth avenue, died at the Geneva General Hospital this morning after a long illness. Surviving are her husband, Frank; one daughter, Agnes; and a son, Edward, at home. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from her late home with the Rev. Alexander Thompson of the North Presbyterian church officiating. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 25 January 1901

North Bloomfield, N. Y. - Mrs. John Young
died at her home on Monday morning, after an illness of la grippe and heart trouble. She had been a woman of strong ability. Little less than a year ago her husband died. She leaves besides a daughter, three sons, Oscar, Jerome and Curtis, all of this place.



From Ontario County Chronicle 12 October 1904

John Young
died at his home in this village Sunday afternoon at the age of 71 years. He is survived by his wife and three children, Mary, John, Jr., and Charles, all of this place.



From Geneva Gazette 30 July 1897

John K. Young,
formerly a farmer and extensive hop grower of Oaks Corners, latterly residing in Phelps, died very suddenly of heart disease on the 22d inst.  He was prominent in Masonic circles of this region -- a member of Sincerity Lodge, Phelps, of Geneva Commandery, K. T., and advanced to the 32d degree.  He is survived by a wife and two sons. His funeral took place last Sunday with Masonic ceremonies.

From Ontario County Journal 30 July 1897

Phelps, N. Y. - John K. Young,
a prominent citizen of this village, died quite suddenly last week Thursday night, of heart trouble, aged 70 years. The deceased, who had not been in the best of health for a long time, complained in the afternoon of the day he died of feeling quite poorly, and his wife administered some medicine to him. About 11 o'clock in the evening, his wife heard him making an unusual noise, and going into his room, found that he had just passed away. Besides the wife, two sons, Frank of Syracuse, and James of this place, survive. the deceased was a prominent member of Sincerity Lodge, F. &. A. M. of this place and had held the position of tyler for a long time. He was the village street commissioner at the time of his death. The funeral services were held on Sunday at 3 o'clock p.m. at the residence on Pleasant street, under Masonic honors. Rev. M. Shaw, chaplain of the lodge, officiated. The remains were taken east on the 8:25 evening train to Oriskany Falls, the former home of the deceased where they were interred on Monday. W. D. Norton, a member of the order, accompanied the two sons with the remains to Oriskany Falls.



From Rochester Democrat and Chronicle 31 July 1900

John W. Young, one of the old residents of Ontario county, died at his home in North Bloomfield Saturday evening. The cause of death was apoplexy. Mr. Young was born in Binghamton in 1814 and came to this vicinity to reside when 21 years of age. He had lived in Ontario county for about sixty years. He is survived by a wife and three sons, E. C. Young, O. A. Young and J. D. Young, and one daughter, Miss Emily H. Young, all residents of North Bloomfield.



From Ontario County Journal 2 June 1911

The death of Mrs. Julia Young occurred early last Friday night at her home on Niagara street, aged 80 years. The deceased is survived by one daughter, Miss Mary E. Young, and two sons, Lawrence C. and John C. Young, of this village. The funeral was held at St. Mary's church on Monday.



From Geneva Daily Times 12 February 1898

Samuel Young died yesterday at his home in Madison street, aged 69 years. The deceased had been a contractor and builder for a long time. He was an Englishman by birth, having come to this country from Market-Weighton, England, in 1860. He was married and leaves a family. The funeral will take place from Trinity church Tuesday morning, Feb. 15th. Interment will be in the Washington street cemetery.



From Shortsville Enterprise 5 December 1929

Samuel D. Young,
a prominent resident of the town of Farmington, died at his home on Saturday morning, following an extended illness. His age was 81 years. Mr. Young was born on November 18, 1848, a son of the late John and Electa Wilcox Young. He was united in marriage to Miss Harriet L. Aldrich on October 17, 1870. The survivors are one son, John Young of Farmington; two granddaughters, Mrs. W. C. Smith of Scottsville and Mrs. Alfred Hargrave of Frisco; and one great-granddaughter, Beverly June Smith of Scottsville. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late residence, conducted by the Rev. A. J. MacMillan, pastor of the Shortsville Presbyterian church. The interment was made in South Farmington cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 31 March 1899

Naples, N. Y. - Stephen P. Young
died quite suddenly of la grippe Sunday night, aged 77. His home had been in Naples for 30 years. He leaves three daughters, Mrs. J. L. Covel, Mrs. Norman Wilbur, Miss May Young; also one brother, Charles of Addison; and a married sister in Detroit.



From Ontario County Times 4 February 1885

Naples, N. Y. -
There were two deaths here last week. The first was that of Mrs. Young, wife of Stephen Young, in the 57th year of her age, who died Jan. 26. Mrs. Young had long been a resident of the village, and was greatly respected by her friends and acquaintances and will be sorely missed by her family.



From Ontario County Journal 23 February 1894

West Bloomfield, N. Y. - Mrs. Wm. Young
died at her home on Monday morning. She had been ill only a week with pneumonia. She is a great loss to her family. Besides her husband, she leaves three children, the oldest but thirteen and the youngest five years old. Mr. Young has the sympathy of the entire community. Funeral on Wednesday, Rev. A. Eastman, officiating. Her age was 33 years.



From Geneva Daily Times 14 December 1908

Mrs. Christina Tefft Youngs,
wife of Henry Youngs, died this morning at 11:30 o'clock at her home, No. 9 Geneva street, after a lingering illness of several months. The deceased was 69 years old. She was born in Albany County but lived later in Williamsville in Erie County. For a short time she resided in Seneca Castle and for the past 24 years has lived in Geneva. In the Methodist church she has been an active worker. Her survivors are her husband, one son, J. Herbert Youngs, of this city; one daughter, Miss Genevieve A. Youngs, of Plainfield, N. J.; and one sister, Mrs. Agnes T. Hewett of Pittsburg, Pa. The funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the house. Burial will be in Whitney Cemetery, Seneca Castle.



From Ontario County Journal 13 August 1909

Manchester, N. Y. - Elvira Pomeroy,
wife of Ambrose Youngs, died at her home in Farmington on Thursday, after an illness of several months. She was born in the town of Farmington 82 years ago and that has always been her home. She was known through this vicinity for readiness to aid or care for those in need. She is survived by her husband and three granddaughters, Olie, Iva and Nettie Barnsdale. The funeral was held at the home on Saturday afternoon, Rev. J. S. Ebersole of Canandaigua officiating. Interment in Brookside cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 19 August 1910

The death of Helen Augusta Youngs occurred last evening at her home in Hopewell, at 10 o'clock. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Episcopal church in Seneca Castle.



From Geneva Daily Times 29 February 1924

The funeral of Henry Youngs of 12 Jefferson avenue, who died yesterday afternoon, will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First Methodist church. The pastor, Rev. Bruce E. Pierce, will conduct the service. Interment will be made in Whitney cemetery, Seneca Castle. Mr. Youngs was born in Rose, Wayne county, in 1839, In his early manhood, he was in the milling business at Seneca Castle, with his father and his older brother. He came to reside in Geneva with his family in 1885 and was engaged in various pursuits for a time. Later he was employed for seventeen years at the Geneva Mineral Spring. Mr. Youngs was a most faithful member of the First Methodist church here, and was in his younger days a teacher in the Sunday School at Seneca Castle. He was also a steward in the Geneva church, for a number of years. At the time of his death, he was a member of the Seneca Men's Bible Class. Mr. Youngs was an expert in inlaid furniture work, and made many beautiful articles in that time. He was also remarkable for the fact that he had kept a diary for 60 years, never missing a day's record. Mr. Youngs was taken Saturday with a stroke of apoplexy, but was out of bed on Tuesday, asking for a paper and pencil, which was given him, and although partially out of his head, wrote most of the facts for his obituary notice. The survivors are one son, J. Herbert Youngs, with whom he made his home; a brother, John M. Youngs of Detroit, Michigan; two sisters, Mrs. R. T. Soule of Rose and Mrs. George Flack of Palmyra.



From Ontario County Journal 23 June 1916

Gorham, N. Y. - 
The death of James Youngs occurred at his home here early on Friday morning. He had been in a feeble condition with heart trouble during the past year or two, and had been failing during the week previous to his death. He leaves his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Nelson Bane of Geneva; one son, Oscar, who resides on the home farm in North Gorham; one brother, E. G. Youngs of Renova, Pa., and one sister, Mrs. Charleton of Gorham. The funeral was held from the house on Sunday afternoon, Dr. A. B. Temple, of Seneca, officiating, and burial was at Hill Crest.



From Naples Record 10 April 1875

On Sunday, April 4th, the remains of the relict of Jotham Youngs were brought here from Detroit for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Youngs will be remembered by the older inhabitants as former residents of Gorham.



From Geneva Daily Times 26 August 1908

The funeral of Mrs. Laura A. Youngs, widow of the late Hiram Youngs, will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from her late home, No. 616 Main street. Rev. J. W. Webb, D. D., pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church will officiate. Burial will be in Glenwood cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 14 February 1902

Gorham, N. Y. -  Mrs. Rosa Youngs
died on Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Charlton, of pneumonia, aged 88 years. The funeral services were held from her late home on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. J. Erwin Wilson officiating. Four children survive, three sons, James, Charles and William; and one daughter, Mrs. George Charlton, who resides near this village. This seems very sad for Mrs. Charlton, as it is only a week ago Wednesday she buried her husband, whose funeral had to be postponed two days on account of the storm. Her mother was to have been buried on Sunday but on account of drifts, friends were unable to reach there and the services were postponed until Monday. Interment was in Gorham cemetery.



From Ontario County Journal 25 April 1890

Gorham, N. Y. - The remains of Warren Youngs, an old resident of Gorham, who died at his late residence in Mottville, N. Y., on Monday last, will be brought here for burial, which is to take place on Thursday at 10 o'clock.



From The Fairport Herald 9 August 1911 (Monroe County)

Farmington, N. Y. - Several from this place attended the funeral of Warren Youngs, a former resident of this town, who died at the family residence at 60 Rosewood ave., last week Tuesday evening. His death was due to a complication of diseases. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Allen, Mrs. Gilbert Padgham, E. C. Betz, E. A. Adams, Lewis F. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mott attended the funeral, which was held from their residence last Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. E. P. Wood of Victor officiated at the burial services. Interment in Riverside cemetery. He leaves beside his wife, Etta, one daughter, Mrs. Jessie Schneider, and one grandchild, Jessie May. p. 6



From Shortsville Enterprise 28 February 1913

The death of William Ambrose Youngs, a highly respected resident of the township of Farmington, occurred at his home in that place at 10 o'clock last week Saturday morning. He had been ill for the past three months with stomach trouble. His age was 76 years. Mr. Youngs was born at Oaks Corners, this State, on April 25, 1836, and was a son of the Rev. William and Lucinda VanDeren Youngs. His early youth had been passed in the locality of his birth and he had made Farmington his home for the last 58 years. He was a veteran of the Civil War, enlisting in Company H, 126th N. Y. Volunteers, on Sept. 26, 1864, being mustered out at Alexandria on June 24, 1865. He was united in marriage to Miss Alvira Pomeroy, of Farmington, on Oct. 2, 1865. whose death occurred a few years ago. The survivors are two brothers, James and Edward, of Farmington; three sisters, Mrs. Harvey Foote of Ontario, N. Y.; Mrs. Mary Fleming, of Farmington, and Mrs. Charles Clarke of Newark, N. Y.; also three granddaughters, the Misses Iva, Ora and Nettie Barnsdale, also of Farmington. The latter have always lived with him, their mother dying when they were very young. The funeral obsequies were held from his late home on Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock and the burial followed in Brookside Cemetery in this village. Herendeen Post, No. 107, G. A. R., had charge of the services, Mr. Youngs having been an honored member.



From Ontario County Journal 30 June 1911

Bristol Springs, N. Y. -
Died, June 23, T. F. Zahner, 75 years old, a German, who came to this country about 25 years ago. Funeral was Monday and burial at the Coye cemetery. Deceased had a cancer in his throat. His wife has been nearly helpless for many years and both have been tenderly cared for by two daughters, Mrs. Otto Herzberg and Miss Amelia Zahner. Three sons, Charles, Ernest and Theodore also survive.



From Ontario County Journal 23 April 1915

Mrs. Vernea Katherine Zahner,
aged 67 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otto Herzberg, in South Bristol, on Sunday. She leaves three sons, Charles, Theodore, and Ernest Zahner; and two daughters, Mrs. Otto Herzberg and Miss Amelia Zahner, all of South Bristol. Funeral services were held on Tuesday in charge of Rev. A. H. McKnight with burial in Bristol Springs cemetery.



From Geneva Daily Times 2 November 1939

One man was killed and three others injured yesterday afternoon when the small railroad gasoline-powered motor car, on which they were riding along the Lehigh Valley tracks three miles south of the city, was suddenly thrown into the air as a bar, carried on the machine, worked loose and caught in the roadbed. Anthony Zammett, 59, of 66 Angelo street, section foreman and for 40 years an employee of the Lehigh Valley Company, was instantly killed, apparently when his head came into contact with some sharp instrument as he was catapulted about 42 feet from the car to a nearby embankment. Zammett, a native of Czechoslovakia, is survived by his wife, Anna; one daughter, Mary of Ithaca; five sons, Ernest of Auburn, Victor of Interlaken, Harry of Trumansburg, John of Auburn and Anthony, Jr., of this city; one brother, Harry, of Burdette and three grandchildren. He was a member of Gregg Hose Company of Trumansburg and a communicant of St. Francis de Sales church of this city. He has been employed by the Lehigh Valley company since 1906. The funeral will be held Saturday at 8:30 o'clock in the morning from the home and at 9 o'clock in St. Francis de Sales church. Burial will be made in St. Patrick's cemetery.



From Geneva Gazette 24 December 1897

HORRIBLE CASE OF SUICIDE - An Italian Beheaded on the Lehigh Tracks at Manchester - Steren Zano,
about 30 years old, a railroad laborer who lived at Manchester, in this county, committed suicide in a horrible manner yesterday morning. A brakeman observed Zano hurrying down the tracks, and when near the yard limit the Italian threw himself beside the track and placed his neck across the rails.  A fast train was approaching and the horrified brakeman hurried forward to intercept the suicide.  He was too late.  The ponderous wheels of the engine passed over the Italian's neck, the body rolled down the embankment while the head lay between the rails. The body was carried to the station and the coroner notified.  He will hold an inquest today. Zano has no relatives in this country.  He came to America from Italy several years ago, and has been working as a laborer on a Lehigh Valley coal trestle for a little more than a year.  It is said that disappointment in love was the cause of the rash act.



From Ontario County Times 12 December 1888

Another aged and valuable citizen has gone to his final rest. Dr. Wm. S. Zantzinger, after a brief illness, died  Yesterday  afternoon at his late residence on Main street, in this village, at the age of eighty-four years. Funeral at three o'clock tomorrow  afternoon.



From Geneva Daily Times 28 June 1916

John Zega,
aged 77 years, died at his home, 47 North Street, this morning at 4 o'clock of cerebral hemorrhage, He us survived by two sons and one daughter. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 8:30 at the house and at 9 at St. Francis de Sales Church. Interment will be made in St. Patrick's Cemetery..



From Geneva Daily Times 9 March 1936

Joseph Zeoli,
aged 50, of 7 Kirkwood avenue, died at the Geneva General Hospital yesterday, following a brief illness. He leaves his widow and nine children, Mrs. Patrick Chester, Helen, Carmen, Anthony, Albert, William, Mary, Irene and Edith Zeoli, all of Geneva; one sister, Mrs. Christiana Natalizio; and a brother, Peter, of this city. Mr. Zeoli was a member of the sons of Italy. The funeral will be held from his late home on Kirkwood avenue at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday, and at 9 a.m. at St. Francis de Sales church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's cemetery.



From Victor Herald 13 February 1903

The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Zidi occurred at her home in the southwestern part of this town, Monday morning. Mrs. Zidi was seventy-seven years of age, and leaves besides the husband, one daughter, Mrs. George Washburn of this place to mourn her loss. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon from the house. Burial at Mendon.



From Geneva Gazette 16 July 1897

Charles Zimmerman,
a farm hand in the employ of John Hay of Phelps, while in the hay field last Saturday afternoon was prostrated by the intense heat and conveyed unconscious to Mr. Hay's house.  Dr. Vanderhoof was called but despite all remedies the patient died within two hours.  His age was 35 years.



From Geneva Daily Times 4 September 1945

Mrs. Clara A. Zimmerman,
aged 77, widow of Moses Zimmerman, died suddenly on Saturday, her birthday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Claude B. Forbes, Phelps, R. D. 2. She formerly resided at 186 William street, this city. Surviving are Mrs. Forbes and another daughter, Mrs. William J. Strouse of Bellona; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Flora Ball, Geneva and Mrs. William O'Laughlin, Providence, R. I. Prayer services were conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Bennett Funeral Home, with Rev. Norman A. Remmel, rector of St. Peter's Episcopal church, officiating. Funeral services were held at St. Peter's church at 2:30 o'clock. Burial was in Sand Hill Cemetery. Bearers were John Gilly, Joseph Snowney, Joseph Palace, Lester Phillips, Willis Coryell and Arthur Rogers.



From Geneva Daily Times 14 December 1908

George L. Zimmerman,
aged 81 years, died last night at his late home in the town of Phelps. The survivors are three sons, Eugene, Marshall and Charles, of the town of Phelps, and one daughter, Miss Sarah Zimmerman of Battle Creek, Mich. The funeral will take place Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Mr. York, pastor of the Methodist church in Phelps, will officiate and burial will be in Phelps.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 4 July 1927

East Bloomfield, N. Y., July 3 - Mrs. Maud Zimmerman,
55, widow of Charles Zimmerman, died Saturday at her home here after a short illness. Mrs. Zimmerman was a lifelong resident of this town. She leaves a son, Ray, in Detroit; four sisters, Mrs. Orville Curtis of Rochester, Mrs. Robert Wheeler and Mrs. Fred Tobey of East Bloomfield; and two grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday at 2 o'clock from the home, Rev. Walter L. Bailey, minister of the Congregational church, officiating. Burial in East Bloomfield cemetery.



From Fairport Herald  27 March 1941

Farmington, N. Y., March 18 - John Zobel
passed away Thursday, March 13, at his home on the Farmington Station road, following a long illness. He was a most prosperous farmer in this community for many years, a member of the Lutheran church and of Farmington Grange. He leaves a wife, Lena; two daughters and two sons, Mrs. Frances Martz of Farmington, Harry Zobel of Rochester, Carl of Farmington, and Mrs. Augusta Horkhuis of Fairport; seven grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. John Boldt of Rochester. Funeral services were held at his late home Saturday afternoon and from St. John's Lutheran church in this village, Rev. L. G. Leonard, pastor of the church, officiating. The remains were placed in the vault in North Farmington Friends cemetery, and interment will be made later in the family lot.



From Geneva Daily Times 19 February 1902

John A. Zobrist
died at 1:30 o'clock this morning at the family residence in Milton street, aged 54 years.  After sustaining the second stroke of apoplexy at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Mr. Zobrist became unconscious and sank rapidly.  A consultation of Doctors Weyburn and Covert was held, but it was decided that the patient could not recover.  The deceased was a druggist here for upwards of 25 years.  He was born here and had been in the drug business in one capacity or another all his life. For a number of years Mr. Zobrist was in partnership with W. H. Partridge.  He afterwards entered into business for himself and conducted the same up to the time of his illness Monday night.  The deceased is survived by his wife, one daughter, Miss F. Janie Zobrist, of this city; by one son, William Zobrist, of Oakland, Cal.; by two brothers, Charles Zobrist of Colorado Springs, Col., and Henry Zobrist, of this city, and by one sister, Mrs. G. V. Hoefler, of this city.  The funeral will take place from the house at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon.  Burial Glenwood Cemetery.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 2 November 1925

Canandaigua, N. Y., Nov. 1 - Mrs. Grace Zurlo,
38 years old, died at her home at Ontario and Wood streets this morning after a long illness. She was the wife of Dominic Zurlo. She leaves her husband, a son, John Zurlo; and a daughter, Angeline Zurlo, all of Canandaigua; a brother, Dominic Yacci of Canandaigua; and a sister, Donata Yacci of Italy. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's Church. Burial will be made in Calvary cemetery.



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