From Victor Herald March 22, 1940 p
7 c 1 Murrell
Mrs. Eva Murrell,
72, widow of Michael A.
Murrell died late Friday evening, March 15, at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Milton Page, South Bloomfield road, after a week's
illness. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Page and Mrs. William
Creedon, of Holcomb; one sister, Mrs. John Woolston of East Bloomfield;
one granddaughter, Mrs. Avis Creedon, Holcomb, and several nieces
and nephews. Funeral services were conducted Monday
afternoon in the Page home, the Rev. Richard E. Fairchild , pastor of
Bloomfield Methodist church officiating.
From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 24 February 1987
MURRELL, F. VIRGINIA -
Age 73, of 200 Seth Green Dr., passed
away at St. John's Nursing Home, Sunday evening, February 22, 1987,
after a long illness. She is survived by two daughters, Florence B.
Nick of IN. and Norma A. Rappl of Rochester; one sister, Grace Ottman
Singer of TX; two brothers, Rodney G. Murrell of NJ and Truman O.
Murrell of Staten Island; 5 grandchildren; several cousins, several
nieces and nephews. Virginia lived in Rochester most of her life. She
was an avid bowler in Rochester for many years. She is a retired
employee of Eastman Kodak where she had worked for several years.
Friends may call at John W. Carney funeral home, 2 South Ave., East
Bloomfield, Tues. evening, 7-9. Services will be held
at the funeral home Wed. evening at 7:30 with Bishop Neil Pitts of
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints officiating. Interment
in East Bloomfield Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Friends
may donate to the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints,
of which she was a member, in care of Bishop Neil Pitts, 953 Little
Pond Way, Webster, 14580.
From Victor Herald Oct. 27, 1933 p 7 c 1
From Staten Island Advance, July 22, 1975
Hiram S. Murrell, retired truck driver
Hiram S. Murrell
, 89, a resident of the Clove Lake Nursing Home
for the last year, died this morning in St. Vincent's Medical Center of
heart ailment. A Staten Island resident for the past 24 years, Mr.
Murrell lived at 377 St. Paul's Ave., Stapleton, before moving into the
He was born in East Bloomfield, N.Y. and lived in Rochester before
to the Island in 1951. He lived in several Island communities,
including West Brighton and Clifton. Mr. Murrell was employed as a
truck driver for an oil company in Rochester for 20 years, retiring in
1951. He was an active member of the Eagles and the Odd Fellows while
He is survived by two daughters, Miss Virginia Murrell, of Rochester,
and Mrs. Grace Ottman, of Dallas Texas; two sons, Rodney of Garrison
Westerleigh, and Truman of Waldren Ave., Sunnyside, a brother Leslie of
Rochester, 10 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren. The funeral
be Thursday from the Harmon Funeral Home West
Brighton. Burial will be in Moravian
Hiram Sibley Murrell was the son of Charles Delbert Murrell and
Emmale Christia Weiler
Obituary as published in the Traverse City Herald, March 2 1893
was born in England, Horsted Keynes, county of
Sussex, Feb. 11, 1800, and died at his home in Inland,
Jan. 23, 1893, aged 92 years, 11 months and 14 days, where he has been
a resident for 27 years. He was sick 10 weeks and suffered patiently
until death came to his relief. He came to his end in peace. He rests,
we trust, with the redeemed, where sickness and death cannot come.
Mr. Murrell was twice married. He was married to his
first wife, Miss Ann Hills, in England, where they lived until they
moved to York state and from there to Michigan, where she died. In
1872 he was married to Miss Mary E. Barnard; and lived with her until
the time of his death. He was the father of 15 children, 6 sons and
7 daughters by his first wife, and one son and one daughter by his last
wife. He leaves a wife, four sons and seven daughters, also an adopted
daughter and other relatives to mourn his loss. A wife, three sons and
one daughter have gone on before. He leaves a large number of
grandchildren and great-grandchildren. It would be almost impossible to
The funeral services were held on Sunday, the 29th, at Inland Hall.
Rev. O. W. Youker conducted the services and he was
laid to rest beside the wife who died twenty-one years ago. A large
congregation gathered to pay their last respects to one whom they have
known for a great many years. Text, Isaiah 42:2.
Michael and Ann emigrated from London, England, 18 April 1828;
landed in NY 1 June with 3 children. Went to East Bloomfield where they
lived until 1870. Nine more children were born in East Bloomfield.
Funeral services for Michael Murrell
, aged 79 years, who died
at his home, Saturday, after a long illness were held Tuesday afternoon
from the home. The Rev. H. L. Gaylord, of
St. John's Episcopal church at Canandaigua, officiated. Interment
was in the East Bloomfield cemetery. Mr. Murrell was born in the
town of East Bloomfield August 15th 1863 of the late George and Olive
Hecock Murrell, where is entire life had been spent. He was married to
Evalina Morrow. Besides his wife he leaves two daughters, Mrs.
William Creedon and Mrs. William Page; also one grand-daughter, Miss
Avis Creedon, of this place.
Olive Hecock Murrell is incorrect; should be Olive Jaycox Murrell
From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle June 29 ,
MRS. SARAH A. MURRELL
East Bloomfield, June 27----Relatives here have been informed of the
death of Mrs. Sarah A. Murrell. 86 , to-day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harley Mason, No. 41 Sidney street, Rochester. Mrs. Murrell was the
widow of William Murrell, and resided here for many years. Funeral
Tuesday at 2 o'clock, daylight savings time, from the Mason home, Rev.
R. A. Wilson, of the local Methodist Church, officiating. Burial in
East Bloomfield cemetery.
She was the daughter of Samuel Wetmore and Dorinda Chamberlain
From Ontario County Journal 29 January 1892
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Wm. Murrell
died last Saturday after a
long and lingering illness. Funeral services were held at the family
residence Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. C. C. Johnson officiating.
Don would be interested in more information about Wm. Murrell.
From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, April 1, 1965
(Died) Bernice S. (Stubbs) Page
of 3324 Edgemere Drive,
suddenly Tuesday, March 30, 1965, in East Hampton, L.I. She leaves a
son, Gordon S. Page of Edgemere Drive; a daughter, Mrs. Mark (Anona)
Hall of East Hampton, L.I.; five grandchildren, seven
great-grandchildren; a niece, Mrs. Carlton (Thorp) Hatch of
Canandaigua. She was a member of the Delta Circle of the Church of the
Master, Franklin Stebbins Court, Order of the Amaranth, Order of the
Eastern Star. Friends may call at the Thomas Funeral Chapel, Inc., 4245
Lake Avenue. Services Saturday morning at 10, Rev. Charles O. Harding
officiating. Friends may make contributions to the Memorial Fund of the
Church of the Master. Interment East Bloomfield Cemetery.