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Adams, Frank (Mrs.)[Cuba, May 16] age 67 yrs.; d. Mon. at home. Survived by: husb.; dau. Mrs. John McGraw (Cuba); sons Frank Harbeck (Franklinville), Victor Harbeck (Saranac Lake); sis. Mrs. Ray Hendy (Westons); bro. William Frazier (Chattanooga, Tenn.); g-dau. Mary McGraw (Cuba). Funeral will be home of dau., 18 Elm St., Cuba, Thurs.; Rev. Charles Malcomson; bur. Black Creek Cem.May 16, 1933, p. 4
Adams, G. E. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Jan 3] word rec. of death; res. Roulette, Pa., d. Mon.; short illness; mother of late George Adams of this village; husb. d. last Thurs.Jan 3, 1933, p. 4
Ahern, John[Wellsville, Aug 5] murdered by strangers; age 73; sis. Mrs. Julia Maroney.Aug 5, 1933, p. 4
Ahern, John[Belmont, Aug 7] men arrested for murder of John Ahern, age 73; Sgt. H. L. Brine, State Police, made arrests; Sheriff Edwin Brigham mentioned. Mr. Ahern was b. Hornell, Dec. 1859, s/o John Ahern and Mary Ellen Brown; came to vicinity, 70 yrs. ago; res. on farm in Trapping Brook 50 yrs. Survived by: sisters Mrs. Julia Maroney and Mrs. Ellen O'Conner (Wellsville). Memb. Holy Name Soc. and Immaculate Conception Ch. Funeral to be this morn., Rev. P. C. Tracy; bur. Sacred Heart Cem.Aug 7, 1933, p. 4
Ahern, John[Wellsville, Aug 8] Henry Burton, age 30, and Naylor Small, age 28, both of Andover arrested on vagrancy charges, questioned about murder.Aug 8, 1933, p. 4
Ahern, John[Belmont, Aug 9] age 73 yrs., Tapping Brook farmer, murdered nr. Wellsville Fri.; Sheriff Edson A. Brigham; Don McColl, Livingston co. fingerprint expert. Two arrested and questioned, Henry Burton, age30 and Naylor Small, age 28, both of Andover. Sgt. DeBrine and Corp. David Mousseau (Corning). Adelburt Wilbur, age 86, Civil War Vet, attacked in separate incident not connected.Aug 9, 1933, p. 4
Ahern, John[Belmont, Aug 12] Henry Burton and Naylor Small of Andover, exonerated of murder of John Ahern.Aug 12, 1933, p. 4
Ahern, John[Belmont, Sep. 13] reward offered for info. leading to arrests and conviction of murderer of John Ahern, Wellsville farmer, d. Aug 4. Sep 13, 1933, p. 4
Alden, Frederick (Rev.)[Cuba, Jan 31] word rec. of death; age abt. 65 yrs.; d. at home Stillwater, NY, Thurs.; Presbyterian minister at Mt. Rose, Pa. and later Stillwater. Survived by: wife, Julia Carrier (formerly of this place); funeral will be Mon.Jan 31, 1933, p.4
Allen, Adeline A. (Mrs.)[Allentown, May 23] age 70; d. at home, Mon.; res. Allentown 37 yrs.; moved from Wellsville; b. Apr 2, 1863, d/o Almaran and Anna Hurd Baldwin; md. Charles Allen June 15, 1879. Survived by: husb.; sons Adrian (Red Rock, Pa.), Eugene (Buffalo), Floyd (Bradford, Pa.) and Herbert (Dallas City, Pa.); dau. Mrs. Marion Anderson (Wellsville); sis. Mrs. Emma Sherwood (Wellsville); bro. William Baldwin (Wellsville). Funeral will be at late home, Wed., Rev. W. F. Chauncey (Friendship), bur. Woodlawn cem. (Wellsville).May 23, 1933, p. 4
Allen, Miles[Wellsville, Sep 28] Age 30, of Angelica; d. from burns, Tues., Jones Memorial Hosp.; explosion at Sinclair Refinery; unmd. Survived by: father, K. Allen (Almond); sis. Mrs. Loel Burdette (Hornell) and bro. James M. Allen (Olean).Sep 28 1932, p. 4
Allen, William H.[Belmont, Sep 23] age 72, of Hamilton, Bermuda, d. Thurs. on steamship Queen of Bermuda enroute to Bermuda. Mr. Allen was a native of Belmont; during WW, counsul at Hamilton; retired imports and exporter. Survived by: s. C. Maxwell Allen (Hamilton); dau. Mrs. Percy Mellis (London, Eng.); sis. Mrs. Edwin Abrams (Butler, Pa.)Sep 23, 1933, p. 4
Ariza, Madge[Bolivar, Dec 1] d. Wed. at home; b. Pleasantville, June 20, 1876, d/o John B. and Sarah A. Ariza; res. Bolivar since a young girl; survived by: sisters Mrs. M. A. Hahn (Bolivar); Mrs. W. P. L. Rodier (Centerville, Pa.); Mrs. John W. Miller (Chicago; bros. D.M. Ariza (Bolivar) and John F. Ariza (Seattle, Wash.) Funeral will be Sat. at St. Mary's Ch.; Rev. Edward J. McCaffrey; bur. in St. Mary's Cem.Dec 1 1933, p. 5
Arnold, James Beecher[Friendship, Sep 26] Age 75 res.; Moss Brook St., d. Sun.; b. Byron, NY, Mar 26, 1857; s/o Aaron & Martha Perkins Arnold; md. Sep 9 1880 Adeline Cunningham; 50th wed. anniv. Sep 9, 1930. Survived by: wife; daus. Mrs. Charles V. Hooper (Albany) and Mrs. Charles H. Caldwell (Chattanooga, Tenn.) Funeral too be Wed., Rev. W. Aubrey Arlin, Congregational Ch.; bur. Byron Center.Sep 26 1932, p. 8
Ashley, Leila (Mrs.)[Cuba, Oct 4] age 82 yrs.; d. at home, Spring St.; b. Cuba; memb. Cuba Baptist Ch. and Cuba Rebekah Lodge. Survived by: dau., Mrs. Mary Evans (Cuba) and gs. (Memphis, Tenn). Funeral will be Thurs.; Rev. Clair Malcomson; bur. Cuba Cem.Oct 4, 1933, p. 10
Avery, Bethel Brown (Mrs.)[July 19] Funeral was at home, Bolivar Township Rd. on Mon.; services at West Clarksville Baptist Ch.; bur. Cuba Cem. Pallbearers: cousins, Floren Brown, Thomas Swift, Stanton Swift, David Talten, Carroll Swift and Gerald Swift. List of friends and out of town relativesJuly 19 1932, p. 2
Babbit, Madeline[Wellsville, July 11] age 18 mos.; d/o Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Babbit, Scio; d. Sun.; strychnine poison; gm, Mrs. J. J. Potter; Coroner H. E. Cooley (Wellsville) issued cert. of death by accident. Madeline was b. Scio, Nov 15, 1931, d/o Lyman Babbit and Violet Potter. Funeral will be in home of Clayton Babbit, Scio this afternoon, Rev. W. E. Windsor, bur. Fairlawn Cem., Scio.July 11, 1933, p. 5
Baker, John[Belmont, Aug 3] res. Baker Valley; d. Wed.; heart attack; last survivor of 6 ch.; b. Oct 11, 1866; memb. Belmont Lodge F&AM and Baptist Ch., Angelica. Survived by: nieces Mrs. May Baker (Great Valley), Mrs. Myron Moffett (Salamanca), Mrs. Richard E. Hall (Belmont); neph. Dr. Norman Bentley (St. Paul, Minn.); bro. Steven Baker d. Nov 16, 1932.Aug 3, 1933, p. 4
Baldwin, Alice Closser (Mrs.)[Bolivar, May 15] wf/o Bert Baldwin; d. Sun., Little Genesee Rd.; acute indigestion; b. Mar 14, 1882, Angelica, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Closser; grad. Angelica High School and Belfast Training School; taught school at Angelica and Belfast 15 yrs.; res. Bolivar 6 yrs.; memb. Eastern Star of Angelica and First Methodist Episcopal Ch., Angelica. Survived by: husb.; step-ch. Mrs. Clifford Clark (Allentown), Edwin Baldwin (Belfast), Gladys Baldwin (Hornell); sis. Mrs. Mary Clossner (Angelica); bros. Charles Closser (Angelica), Phillip Closser (Hornell) and Frank Closser (Detroit). Funeral will be Wed., at home; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.May 15, 1933, p. 4
Baldwin, Helen Baldwin[Bolivar, Jan 4] infant dau./o Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baldwin (Kiddyville) d. at home, Wed.; ill 1 wk.; b. July 25, 1932. Survived by: parents and sisters, Luella and Marion (at home). Funeral will be Fri. at home; bur. Sweden Hill, Pa. Cem.Jan 4, 1933, p. 4
Barnes, Charles M.Age 65 yrs; former publisher Wellsville Daily Reporter and oil producer; d. Fri. at home of sis. Mrs. Claude R. Scott; ill 2 wks. Mr. Barnes ret. from newspaper work 3 yrs. ago; went to Texas in Fall of 1931; spent summers in Wellsville.Aug 13 1932, p. 8
Barnetson, Wallace[Belmont, Aug 31] Funeral was at late home on Willard Ave., Wed., Rev. J. Donald Partington, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Forest Hill Cem., Belmont. Mr. Barnetson b. Angelica, Sept. 17, 1853; nearly 79 yrs. old; farmer and rural school teacher; md. Harriet E. Waters (Belmont) Mar. 8, 1882; Golden Wedding Anniv. 6 mos. ago; memb. Belmont Methodist Episcopal Ch.; one time night watchman for Belmont village. Survivors: widow; son William W. Barnetson (Toronto) and Alfred W., pharmacist (Olean); dau. Amy Barnetson, teacher (South Orange, NJ).Aug 31 1932, p. 3
Beckwith, A. W.[Ob, Nov 18] d. heart attack, Mon. Funeral was Thurs., at home and United Brethren Ch., Rev. W. . Casler; bur. West Clarksville Cem. Pallbearers: Emory Osterstuck, Ben Sprague, Fred Barber, Albert Perry, William Keller and Fred Foster. Survived by: mother, Mrs. Annis Beckwith (Hinsdale); sis. Mrs. Altha J. Windsor (Hinsdale); sons Donald Beckwith (Obi) and Harley Beckwith (Wellsville); step-s. Earl Collins (Syracuse). List of out-of-town relatives and friends attending.Nov 18 1932, p. 12
Bell, Harriet [Belfast, Apr 1] age 74; wid/ Isaac Bell, d. Fri. at home, Grove; survived her husb. by 1 wk. Survived by: sisters Mrs. S. C. Barr, Miss O. Hathoway (Grantsville, W.Va.), Mrs. Vinita Wayne (Valley Forge, WV); bros. O. V. Hathoway, Jennings Hathoway (Grantsville), and V. W. Hathoway (Clarksburg, W.Va.); g-ch Spencer Ward (Grove), Kester Ward (Birdsall), Eunice Gaby (Grove) and Eula Prentice (Allen). Funeral will be Sun., from home and Birdsall Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Short Tract Cem.; Shepard & Son.Apr 1, 1933, p. 4
Benjamin, Francis Marion[Friendship, Sep 9] Age 74; funeral at res. on East Main St., Thurs., Rev. Martz Snyder, First Baptist Ch.; bur. Maple Grove Cem., Van Campen Lodge 258, IOOF. Pallbearers: William P. Farr, Allen Jordan, George B. Lane, Fred F. Wilcox, Marion Bullard, J. Millard Van Horn. Mr. Benjamin b. Mt. Carr, Ill., Oct 9, 1857; res. Friendship 57 yrs.; was employed by Village of Friendship; md. Sep 20, 1916 at Almond to Estella Dunham. Survived by: wife; s. Arthur Benjamin (Mt. Henry Valley, NY); step-s. Charles Niver (Friendship).Sept 9 1932, p. 12
Benjamin, Wesley J.[Limestone, Aug 8] age 54 yrs.; d. Mon. at home, Limestone; b. Friendship, Feb 20, 1879; res. Limestone 10 yrs.; emp. of Tuna Manufg. Co. 25 yrs.; purchased farm at Limestone 7 yrs. ago.; memb. Tuna Lodge 411, IOOF and First Baptist Ch. Survived by: wid. Mrs. Catherine Benjamin; s. Marion Benjamin; dau. Mrs. Ira MacKenzie (all Limestone); sisters Dr. Lena Benjamin (Nellore, India) and Mrs. Dana Kuhn (Cuba). Funeral will be Wed. at home, bur. Oak Hill Cem.Aug 8, 1933, p. 4
Bennett, Mary (Mrs.)[Cuba, Dec 13] word rec. of death; age 75 yrs.; former res. of Cuba; d. at home of dau., Mrs. Lou Keller (Oil City), Mon. Memb. McKee chapt. Order of Eastern Star and Presbyterian Ch. (Cuba). Survived by: dau. and s. William (Oil City). Funeral will be Wed., bur. Cuba Cemetery.Dec 13 1932, p. 4
Bentley, Edwin A.[Wellsville, Dec 13] Riverside farmer; res. Wellsville 50 yrs.; d. Jones Memorial Hosp. late Mon.; funeral will be Embser's Funeral Parlors, Thurs., Rev. W. E. Windsor; bur. in Woodlawn Cem.; b. Ward, May 20, 1852, s/o Asa and Anne Gregory Bentley; res. in Angelica, Belfast and Scio bef. Wellsville; md. Sep 18, 1877 to Eva Cemons. Survived by Ora W. Bentley (Syracuse) and Edwin H. Bentley (Wellsville); dau. Mrs. Ethel Thompson (Wellsville); sisters Mrs. May Button (Herkimer), Mrs. Alice Boss (Hornell), Mrs. Louise Merriman (Scio); bros. Philip Bentley (Belmont) and Cornelius Bentley (Arcade).Dec 13, 1933, p. 4
Bentley, Lloyd Willis[Bolivar, Dec. 8] age 11 yrs.; s/o Mr. & Mrs. Alton Bentley; d. Wed., diphtheria. Survived by: parents, bros. Leon and Leonard; g-par. Mr. & Mrs. William Bentley (Millport) and Mrs. Fannie Crosby (Erie, Pa.). Bentley fam. res. last 2 yrs.Dec 8 1932, p. 4
Bentley, Lloyd Willis[Bolivar, Dec. 9] private funeral at home, Little Genesee, Rev. Harley Sutton, Seventh Day Baptist Ch., bur. Shinglehouse Cem.Dec 9 1932, p. 14
Bernard, Nancy (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Dec 9] of Wallkill, NY; formerly of Bolivar; mother of Mrs. Leo Root; word rec. of death.Dec 9 1932, p. 14
Bigelow, Mary Hayes (Mrs.)[Belmont, Oct 20] Age 30 yrs., d. Tues.; long illness. Survived by: husb. Lewis Bigelow; daus. Delilah and Beatrice; sons Amos and Junior (at home); mother Mrs. George Allen (Kanona); bros. Raymond Hayes (Kanona), Clifford and Rutherford Hayes (Horseheads); sis. Mrs.. Everett Hildreth (Ithaca). Memb. of Belmont Grange. Funeral to be from home, Sat.Oct 20 1932, p. 4
Billings, Hattie W.[Friendship, Aug 2_] funeral at family res., West Main St., Sat., Rev. Edgar N. VanHorn, Seventh Day Baptist Ch., Alfred Station, and Rev. Francis J. Hayden (Wantagh, L.I.), former pastor Friendship Congregational Ch. Pallbearers: nephews, LaVern Barber, William Barber, Volney Barber, and Stanley Paddison. Bur. family lot, Maple Grove Cem. List of attending.Aug 22, 1933, p. 4
Billings, Hattie Williams.[Friendship, Aug 17] age 72 yrs.; wid/o LeDru Billings; d. this morn. at home, West Main St., Friendship; d/o Benjamin and Ruth Cleveland Williams, b. in Wirt, July 20, 1861; md. June 28, 1881 to LeDru Billings at Scio. Survived by: daus., Mrs. Veta B. Foster (Alfred Station) and Mrs. Mark R. Burdick (Williamsville); s. Elton L. Billings (Friendship); bro. Frank Williams (Eldred, Pa.) Memb. Congregational Ch. and Henrietta Rebekah Lodge. Funeral will be at home, Sat., Rev. Edgar N. Van Horn, Seventh Day Baptist Ch. (Alfred Station), assist. by Rev. W. Aubrey Arlin, Congregational Ch.; bur. Maple Grove Cem.Aug 17, 1933, p. 3
Bissell, Emma Palmer (Mrs.)[Belmont, Oct 20] Wid. late Jarius H. Bissell; d. at home, Court St., Belmont, Wed.; ill 1 yr; b. Ossian, Livingston Co., Mar 20, 1853; res. Belmont 33 yrs.; memb. St. Philip's Episcopal Ch. and Belmont Literary and Historical Soc. Survived by: s. J. H. Bissell (Belmont); bro. Greely Palmer (Batavia). Funeral to be from home, Fri., bur. Forest Hill Cem., Rev. Harris T. Hall, St. Philip's ch.Oct 20 1932, p. 4
Black, Anna B. (Mrs.)[Wellsville, Dec. 5] d. at home, River St., Scio, Sun.; funeral will be at late home, Wed.; bur. Forest Hill Cem., Belmont; Rev. E. T. Hammond (Scio) and W. F. Chauncey (Friendship). Mrs. Black res. of Scio 16 yrs.; b. Ward, Feb 24, 1858, d/o George Bunnell and Weighty Royce Bunnell.Dec 5, 1933, p. 4
Black, NormanAge 18, s/o Mr. & Mrs. A. O. Black of Scio; d. (Oct 20) at home of Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Collins (Westons). Student at Olean High School; scarlet fever. Survived by: parents; bros. Kenneth, Neil, Robert and Richard Black (all Scio) and g-par. Mr. & Mrs. Carr (Richfield, Conn.)Oct 20 1932, p. 8
Black, NormanStudents and teachers of Olean High offer sympathy; res. of Scio, lived at Estons Wills; Olean High School; scarlet fever.Oct 26, 1932, p. 5
Black, NormanS/o Mr. & Mrs. A. O. Black (Scio); d. Thurs. at home of Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Collins (Westons); funeral Sat., Rev. Chauncey (Friendship), former pastor Scio Methodist Ch.; bur. Scio Cem.Oct 21 1932, p. 3
Bliss, Laurence M.[Bolivar, Jan 25] age 40 yrs.; attorney and chairman Democratic Committee of Allegany Co.; d. this morning at home, South St., Bright's disease. Law firm of Bliss and Bliss. b. in Bolivar, Oct 20, 1892; grad. Bolivar High School 1909; Alfred University, class of 1913; lived in California and New Mexico. Survived by wife; dau. Barbara; parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Bliss (Bolivar); bros. Hubert (Syracuse), Chester (Bolivar), Burton (Hastings-on-the Hudson) and George (Buffalo).Jan 25, 1933, p.4
Bliss, Laurence M.[Bolivar, Jan 26] funeral will be Fri. at home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bliss, Olean St., Rev. Arthur Gregson, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Woodlawn Cem.Jan 26, 1933, p. 4
Bliss, Laurence M.[Bolivar, Jan 28] Bolivar atty. and chairman Democratic Committee of Allegany Co.; funeral was Fri., at home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Bliss, Rev. Arthur Gregson, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem. Pallbearers: Arthur Shaner, Charles Chapman, Justin Bradley, William Garwood, Neil Sullivan and Douglas Repp. List of those attended.Jan 28, 1933, p. 4
Booth, Thomas (Mrs.)[Cuba, Aug 24] age 84 yrs., d. Tues. at home (Cuba); ill 3 wks. Survived by: s. Hubert Booth (West Clarksville), sis. Mrs. Ralph Lewis (Burton, Neb.) Funeral to be Thurs.Aug 24 1932, p. 2
Boyd, Charles A.[Allentown, July 6] Of Allentown; funeral was Tues.; Rev. William F. Chauncey (Scio) and Rev. W. W. Dailey; bur. Allentown Cem. Survived by wid. Mrs. May Allen Boyd; daus. Mrs. Dorothy Vassler (Wellsville), Mrs. Hilda Dailey and Virginia Boyd (Allentown); bros. Bert G. and Fred J. Boyd (Wellsville). Boyd was b. Wellsville, Aug. 1, 1873, s/o Mr. A. M. Boyd & Della Moore; md. June 4, 1899 May Allen; res. Allentown 32 yrs. In oil business in Allentown area. Memb. of Wellsville Lodge Foam and KOTMJuly 6 1932, p. 2
Brayman, Mary L. (Mrs.)[Cuba, Sep 6] wf/o William D. Brayman, d. Tues., at home of dau. Mrs. Samuel J. Vastola, Buffalo. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Vastola (Buffalo); s. Charles Brayman (Friendship); sisters Mrs. Hattie Burleigh (Olean) and Mrs. Margaret Hinman (Greensboro, Pa.); bro. Charles Little (Cuba). Niece Mrs. Minnie Vincent, 3 Windsor St., this village. Funeral will be held Thurs., Rev. Joseph Groves, St. Stephen's Episcopal Ch., Olean; bur. Cuba Cem.Sep 6, 1933, p. 4
Breadon, Thomas[Friendship, Sep 26] Age 73 yrs.; East Main St., d. Sun., ill 1 wk.; b. mar 3, 1859, s/o Robert & Mary Pierce Breadon. Survived by: bros. William J. and John Breadon; sis. Mrs. J. Millard Van Horn (Friendship). Funeral to be Tues., Rev. Clifford A. Scrimshaw, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Grove Cem.Sep 26 1932, p. 8
Brown, Alice [Bolivar, Oct 31] Of Miller Hollow; funeral Sat. from home, Rev. W. N. Mason, Richburg Baptist Ch.; bur. in Nunda. Miss Brown d. Wed. at home; b. Nov 17, 1874 in Ward. Survived by: father William L. Brown; sisters Ada Brown, Myrtle Brown (Bolivar) and Mrs. Harley Bridgeman (Wantoma, Wis.). Pallbearers: Frank Miller, Clair Rigby, Edward Miller and Walter Conner.Oct 31 1932, p. 4
Brown, Charles H.[Belmont, Jan 6] former Supreme Court Justice, 8th Judicial Dist.; d. at home; ill 3 mos., heart disease; age 73. Mr. Brown was former Allegany Co. Dist. Atty and assist. fed. atty. Survived by: sons Harold (Buffalo) atty., and Charles H. Jr. (Niagara Falls). Mr. Brown was admitted to NY State bar 1880; s/o Hiram C. A. and Alice (Stuart) Brown; b. West Winfield, Herkimer Co., NY July 20, 1858; educated West Winfield Academy and Hungerford Collegiate Inst. of Adams, NY; md Alice S. Smith (Adams, NY) Nov 16, 1881, d. 1905.Jan 6 1933, p. 4
Brown, Charles H.[Belmont, Jan 7] former Supreme Court Justice; funeral will be Sun., St. Philip's Episcopal Ch., Rev. Harris T. Hall; bur. family plot, Belmont Cem.Jan 7, 1933, p. 4
Brown, Charles H.[Belmont, Jan 9] former Supreme Court Justice; funeral was from St. Philip's Episcopal Ch., Sat., Rev. Harris T. Hall, bur. in family plot, Forest Hill, Cem. Active pallbearers: Harlen M. Sortore, George M. Horner, Charles E. Whitcomb, William McKenzie, Dr. J. F. Sortore, and Leon Ackerman (Belmont). Honorary bearers: Charles B. Sears (Buffalo, pres. Justice, appellate div.), Harry T. Taylor (Buffalo, assoc. justice, appellate div.), John S. Lambert (Fredonia, official referee), Frederick W. Kruse (Olean, former, presiding justice, appellate div.); Daniel J. Kenefick (Buffalo, former justice, supreme court); George E. Pierce, Edward R. O'Malley, Almond W. Lytle, Thomas H. Noonan and Clarence McGregor (Buffalo), James E. Norton (Warsaw), George A. Larkin (Olean) and Bernard B. Ackerman (Belmont, justice of supreme court, 8th Judicial Dist.) List of others attended.Jan 9, 1933, p. 4
Buckley, Benjamin J.[Wellsville, Nov 17] res. Scio; WW Vet; d. Jones Memorial Hosp., Thurs.; res. Scio 8 yrs.; b. Hume, Oct 7, 1888, s/o John and Anice Griffin Buckley; moulder. Survived by: wid. Grace Young Buckley; children Ruth, Cora, Belle, John, James, William and Florence; siblings Chester Buckley (Scio); Mrs. Maude Tobias (Waterloo), William Buckley, Mrs. Lucia Fling, Mrs. Eva Carpenter, Jay Buckley and Dewey Buckley (all Pike). Memb. American Legion. Funeral will be Sat., Scio Methodist Episcopal Ch.; Rev. E. T. Hammond and Rev. W. F. Chauncey; Bur. Fairlawn.Nov 17, 1933, p. 4
Burt, Floyd (Mrs.)[Cuba, Apr 29] of West Cuba; funeral held this afternoon, Rev. C. E. Malcomson; bur. Cuba Cem.; d. at home, Union Hill, Wed.Apr 29, 1933, p. 4
Butts, Eva[Cuba, Nov. 19] Age 60 yrs.; teacher 35 yrs. in public schools; d. Fri. in Memorial Hosp., Yonkers. Miss Butts b. West Clarksville, Sep. 10, 1872, d/o late Mr. & Mrs. Martin Butts. Survived by: sisters Mrs. Cassius Congdon, Mrs. D. E. Adams (West Clarksville) and Edna Butts (Yonkers); bros. Edgar Butts (Cuba) and Theodore Butts (West Clarksville). Funeral will be Tues. at Baptist Ch.Nov 19 1932, p. 4
Campbell, Elsie Taylor (Mrs.)[Cuba, May 23] d. Mon. at Cuba Memorial Hosp. Survived by husb.; daus. Mrs. Gerald Winchell (Portville), Mrs. Leslie Baker (Clarence Center); s. Roland Campbell (Belmont); sisters Mrs. Harry Campbell (Cuba), Mrs. Homer Holdridge (Hinsdale), Mrs. Harry Chadderdon (Olean) and Mrs. Glen Cornell (Blasdell) and bros. Wesley Taylor (Fulton, NY) and Clyde Taylor (Erie, Pa.) Funeral will be at home, Maple St., Wed., Rev. Claire Malcomson; bur. Cuba Cem., May 23, 1933, p. 4May 23, 1933, p. 4
Cassidy, Mary[Belfast, Sep 1] Age 44 yrs.; d. Aug. 30 at home of mother, Mrs. Thomas Cassidy (Caneadea, NY). Survived by: mother; bros. Thomas Cassidy (Great Lakes, Ill.), Edward and Henry Cassidy (Caneadea); sisters Mrs. Martin Connell and Mrs. William Driscoll (Salamanca) and Leona Cassidy (home). Funeral to be St. Patrick's Ch. (Belfast), Fri., Rev. Francis Ryan; bur. Holy Cross Cem. (Belfast).Sep 1, 1932, p. 8
Casterline, Adelbert[Belmont, Feb 20] farmer and cattle dealer; d. Sun. at home, Willetts Ave., Belmont. Funeral will be from home, Tues., Rev. Harris T. Hall, St. Phillip's Episcopal Ch.; bur. Forest Hill cem. (Belmont). Mr. Casterline was b. West Almond, June 4, 1847; assessor of town of Amity, memb. of board of education Belmont High School; md. Mary R. McEntee (Belvidere), Mar 28, 1875. Survived by: wife; bro. John B. Casterline (Denver, Colo.); sons W. Earl Casterline (Belmont), Neil A. Casterline (Fostoria, Ohio), Ray L. Casterline (Aberdeen, Wash.) and Garret Casterline (New Burg); daus. Mrs. John F. Sortore (Belmont), Mrs. A. A. Conrad (Nunda) and Mrs. W. F. Bleecker (Boulder, Colo.)Feb 20 1933, p. 4
Casterline, Mary R. (Mrs.)[Belmont, Apr 3] wid/o Adelbert Casterline, d. Sun. at home; b. Belvidere, Aug 23, 1857; md. Mar 29, 1876; memb. St. Phillips Episcopal Ch., Amer. Legion aux., Belmont Historical and Literary Soc., and Tourist Club. Survived by: daus. Mrs. John F. Sortore (Belmont), Mrs. A. A. Conrad (Nunda), Mrs. W. F. Beecker (Boulder, Colo.); sons, W. O. Casterline (Belmont), Neil A. Casterline (Fostoria, O.), Ray L. Casterline (Aberdeen, Wash.) and Garrett Casterline (Newburgh). Funeral will be Tues., Rev. Harris T. Hall; bur. Forest Hill Cem.Apr 3, 1933, p. 4
Chamberlain, Hazen E.[Cuba, June 20] d. Mon. at home of s. H. Lee Chamberlain, this village; b. Ischua, Oct 14, 1841; parents from new England, early settlers of Ischua; md. April 12, 1870 Mary O. Shepard (Olean); parents of 4 sons; res. Pleasant Valley, abt. 2 mi. n. of Olean, 40 yrs.; moved to Main St. In Boardmanville until death of Mrs. Chamberlain, Oct. 1918. Survived by: sons Ira A. Chamberlain (Syracuse), H. Lee chamberlain (Cuba); dau-i-l Mrs. E. C. Chamberlain (Bradford). Funeral will be at H. L. Chamberlain home, this village, Thurs.; bur. Pleasant Valley Cem.June 20, 1933, p. 4
Chamberlin, Ida B.[Cuba, July 11] formerly of Olean; funeral will be Wed. at Pettit Funeral Parlors, South St.; bur. Mount View Cem., Olean.; d. Mon.July 11, 1933, p. 5
Clark, Lucius M.[Cuba, June 17] of East Main St., Cuba; d. Cuba Memorial Hosp., Fri., age 71 yrs. Survived by: wid. Mrs. Josephine M. Clark; sisters Mrs. Losia Goodell (Wellsville), Mrs. Amy Duffy (Erie), Mrs. Mae Western (Jamestown), Mrs. Minnie Williams (Friendship). Funeral held Sun., Cuba Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. at Cuba.June 17, 1933, p. 4
Clarke, Ophelia S.word of death; former res. Alfred, d. Sat. at home of dau. Mrs. A. G. Elder at Bothell, Wash.; s. Louis B. Clarke (Allegany). Survived by: Mr. Clarke and Mrs. Elder and others. Funeral was this afternoon, Seattle Wash.Mar 6, 1933, p. 7
Clatt, Lela (Mrs.)[Cuba, Aug 5] d. Wilcox Sanitarium (here); body taken to Camden, N.J.; funeral to be Mon.Aug 5, 1933, p. 4
Clayson, Marshall[Cuba, Nov 23] d. Wed., at home, Cuba Lake; survived by: Burt Clayson (home); dau. Mrs. Vivian Osmun (Cuba); bros. Fred Clayson (Cuba), Roy Clayson (Rawson, NY); funeral will be at home, Fri., Rev. Homer Evans; bur. Cuba Cem.Nov 23, 1933, p. 4
Cleveland, Fayette[Cuba, Mar 18] age 79 yrs.; d. Cuba Memorial Hosp., Thurs. Survived by: sons Ora (Franklinville) and Merle (Olean); sis. Mrs. Oakes (Franklinville). Funeral this afternoon, Loveridge Funeral home; Rev. H. C. Evans; bur. Cadiz Cem.Mar 18 1933, p. 4
Colegrove, Frank H.[Bolivar, Jan 12], d. Tues. at home, Little Genesee; funeral was this afternoon, Rev. Harley Sutton, Seventh Day Baptist Ch.; bur. Little Genesee Cem. Pallbearers: Clarence Giddings, Ira Miller, Mark Sanford, John Sanford, Len Eggleston and Clayton Elliott.Jan 11, 1933, p. 4
Combs, Charles F.[Wellsville, Oct 11] age 77 yrs.; Wellsville res.; d. Mon.; funeral will be at late res. 32 West Genesee St., Thurs. and at Methodist Ch., Angelica; bur. in Canaseraga. Mr. Coombs was b. Cadmun, Eng., May 23, 1856; came to Amer. age 15; lived in Salem Center, Ind. and Groverland bef. coming to Canaseraga and Angelica; came to Wellsville 4 yrs. ago; assessor in Angelica. Survived by: wid.; daus. Mrs. Adah Scholes, Dorothy Caffo and Betty Combs (Wellsville) and Fannie Starbird (Deposit); step-s. Darwin New (Hornell); bro. William Sholes (Garwoods); sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Goho (Garwoods) and Mrs. Mary Gibson (Dansville).Oct 11, 9133, p. 4
Compton, Almond O.[Cuba, Nov 1] Res. Cuba and Clarksville, 83 yrs.; d. Mon. at Cuba Memorial Hosp. Funeral at home of niece, Mrs. L. M. Jordan, 12 Grove St., Thurs. Rev. William Malcolmson, Baptist Ch.; bur. Maple Grove Cem., Friendship.Nov 1 1932, p. 4
Compton, Andrew Harvey[Friendship, May 9] age 46 yrs.; res. Friendship; d. this morning at home, Elm St. Survived by: wf Hazel Wetherby Compton; daus. Cecil and Phyllis; sons Gaylord and John; mother, Mrs. Emma Compton (Nile); sis. Mrs. Grace Burns (Wellsville); bro. Cleo L. Compton (Nile). Memb. St. Andrews Episcopal Ch.; Friendship Fire Dept.; VanCampen Lodge No. 285, IOOF. Funeral will be thus., Rev. Roy L. Webber, St. Andrews Ch.; bur. Maple Grove Cem.May 9, 1933, p. 4
Comstock, Harry L.[Belmont, Aug 8] age 71 yrs.; farmer and thresher; killed by bull, Mon. on farm Belfast-Transit Rd. Mr. Comstock was b. Richburg; res. Belfast abt. 50 yrs. Survived by: wife; dau. Mrs. Irving E. Collins; sons Leo L. Comstock and Ralph L. Comstock (Olean).Aug 8, 1933, p. 3
Cone, John[Wellsville, Oct 17] Age 74 yrs.; d. Sun. from burns; house in Whitesville burned Sun.; rescued from burning building by Grover Peet who also occ. home. John Lewis, neighbor. Known as "Uncle John." Fred Wildman funeral home (Whitesville); twice md.Oct 17 1932, p. 4
Cook, Bert L.[Bolivar, Apr 20] of Andover, formerly Nile, d. Wed., Jones Memorial Hosp., Wellsville. Survived by: wife, Mrs. Myrtle Cook; mother Mrs. Archie Sickley (Warsaw); sisters Mrs. Flora Baker (West Clarksville) and Mrs. Daisy Metz (Bolivar). Funeral will be Sat. at home of sis. Mrs. Daisy Metz, 98 Liberty St., Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Maple Grove Cem., Friendship.Apr 20, 1933, p. 4
Corbin, Harmon A.[Friendship, Oct 1] Mayor of Friendship, d. at res. "Sunnyside" Oct. 1. Republican, 10-term mayor of Friendship; served on school board, town and village board; water and light commission; memb. First Baptist Ch.; Allegany Lodge 224, F&AM; Knights Templar, Shriners; Friendship Chamber of Commerce; Old Timers Assoc.; Rod & Gun Club; Recreation Club; Van Campen Lodge, IOOF. Survived by: wid. Mrs. Martha Bockman Corbin; daus. Mrs. Edward Vincent (Maine, NY) and Mrs. Charles A. Starr (Friendship); sons Minor H. Corbin (Endicott, NY) and George Adin Corbin (Friendship); sis. Mrs. N. H. Fuller (Friendship).Sept 9 1932, p. 12
Corbin, Harmon A.[Friendship, Oct 5] former mayor of Friendship; funeral was Tues. from res., Rev. Martz Snyder, First Baptist Ch.; bur. Mount Hope Cem. Pallbearers: Harry L. Blossom, Malcolm C. Mason, E. Allen Mapes, George M. Thompson, Charles Dyring, F. Vanama Jones. Honorary bearers: Horace G. Prindle, Charles S. Lane, Walter C. Willis, Manley W. Hobart, Roy M. Carter, Fred C. Mulkin, William C. Kingsbury, John J. McGraw, Frank C. Smalley, Fred L. Utter, Marion Bullard (Friendship), William Corbin (Belmont), Dr. Frank E. Howard (Olean), William J. Hogan (Bolivar), George H. Bardley (Bolivar).Oct 5 1932, p. 6
Coss, F. R. (Mrs.)[Cuba, Nov 23] age 78 yrs; d. Wed. at home of s. William Coss, Haskell Rd.; survived by sons William Coss and Samuel Coss (Haskell), bros. Ernest Penny (Syracuse) and Harvey Penney (Washington, DC); sis. Mrs. H. M. Kelly (Ausable Forks, NY). Funeral will be Sat., at home of s. William Coss, Haskell Rd.; bur. Pleasant Valley Cem.Nov 23, 1933, p. 4
Coyle, Nellie (Mrs.)[Belfast, Jan 14] age 63 yrs.; d. this morn. at home of dau. Mrs. George Gormley, South Main St. Survived by: sons Clarence and Paul Coyle (at home), and Lawrence Coyle (Fillmore); daus. Mrs. Ralph Lester (Wellsville), Mrs. Lloyd Smalley, Mrs. George Gormley and Mrs. Leona Vincent (Belfast); bros. Norman Weatherby (Hornell), Walter Weatherby (Huntington, Ind.), E. W. Weatherby (Wenoka, Okla.), Harley and Frank Weatherby (Bolivar); sisters Mrs. Olan Hanchett and Mrs. Edward Emerson (Bolivar). Funeral will be Tues. at St. Patrick's Ch., bur. in St. Joseph's Cem., Scio, N.Y.Jan 14, 1933, p. 4
Crandall, Jennie (Mrs.)[Belmont, Nov. 25] wid. of late Daniel Crandall; funeral Wed., Baptist Ch.; d. Angelica, Tues.; age 76 yrs.; bur. Forest Hill cam., Rev. Ernest Thompson. Survived by: dau. Jennie Gibeny (Perry).Nov 25 1932, p. 4
Crowley, Helen J. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Sep 1] wf/o Stephen D. Crowley; d. Thurs. at Olean General Hosp.; b. Nov 22, 1893 in Susquehanna, Pa. Survived by: husb.; mother Mrs. Mary A. Reilly; sisters Mrs. E. F. Day and Mrs. Martin J. Dillon; bro. Edward Reilly (Binghamton). Funeral will be at St. Mary's Ch., Mon., Rev. Edward J. McCaffrey; bur. St. Mary's Cem.Sep 1, 1933, p. 3
Crowley, Stephen (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Sep 2] funeral will be Mon. at St. Mary's Ch.; bur. Susquehanna, Pa.Sep 2, 1933, p. 4
Cudding, Harry A.[Bolivar, Dec 18] res. Olive St.; funeral held Sun. at home of Mrs. A. Koehler, 149 Olive St.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem., Masonic Order in charge of service, Rev. Arthur Gregson, chaplain. Pallbearers: W. J. Case, A. L. Shaner, Ira Voorhees, George Beers, James Case and V. W. Buell. List of attending.Dec 18 1933, p. 4
Dalton, Fred[Cuba, Mar 20] emp. of Erie Railroad Co., Cuba 11 yrs.; d. Sun. at home, 40 Maple St.; ill 3 wks.; b. Angelica, Aug 14, 1872; res. Cuba 14 yrs. Survived by wid.; sons Ernest (Belfast), Roy (Wellsville) and Earl (home); sis. Mrs. Mary Gleason (Belfast); bro. George Dalton (Machias). Funeral will be at home, Wed.; bur. in Belfast.Mar 20 1933, p. 4
Davie, Myrtle (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Apr 1] funeral was Fri., Methodist Episcopal Ch., Rev. Arthur Gregson, asst. by Rev. J. B. Harry (LeRoy), former pastor Bolivar Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem. Pallbearers: I. A. Dillie, C. S. Andrus, Charles Parker, C. M. VanCuren, William McMurdy and Charles Young. List of attending.Apr 1, 1933, p. 4
Davie, Myrtle (Mrs..)[Bolivar, Mar 29] wid/o Frank E. Davie; d. Tues. in Willard Fillmore Hosp., Buffalo; b. Parkers Landing, Pa., Feb 10 1876; md. June 17, 1896; res. Bolivar. Memb. of D.A.R., Sorisis Club, Berean Sun. School Class, One Hundred Soc., Methodist Episcopal Ch. and choir. Survived by: daus. Mrs. Clark Ralph and Marjory Davie (Buffalo); mother Mrs. James Durnell (Buffalo); sis. Mrs. Charles True (Neward, O.); bro. Hal Durnell (Bartlettsville, Okla.). Funeral will be Fri., Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Mar 29, 1933, p. 4
Davis, Mary A. Bigelow[Belmont, Jan 3] wid/o Charles J. Davis; funeral at home, South St., Rev. LeRoy Halbert (Punxsutawney, Pa.) former Belmont Baptist clergyman; bur. Forest Hill Cem. Mrs. Davis b. Cuylerville, Jan 4, 1847; came to Belmont age 5 yrs.; resided 6 yrs. at Fairview nr. Rushford; md. Charles J. Davis, Dec 31, 1866; oldest and last of 5 ch. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Charles Walker (Belmont); memb. Belmont Bapt. Ch.Jan 3, 1933, p. 4
DeKay, Catherine (Mrs.)[Cuba, Sep 28] age 79 yrs.; d. at Cuba Memorial Hosp., Wed. Funeral will be at home of dau. Mrs. Joseph Carrier, Haskell Rd., Fri., Rev. Robert Pursley; bur. at Black Creek. Survived by: s. Fred DeKay (Turtle Point, Pa.); dau. Mrs. Carrier; bro. Fred Davenport (Portville).Sep 28, 1933, p. 16
Delong, Harrison R.[Belmont, Apr 29] age 69 yrs.; farmer and stone mason; res. of Belvidere; d. Fri.; b. Belmont, July 23, 1863, s/o John and Adaline Hall Delong; md. Sarah A. Hodges. Survived by s. Walter J. Delong (Friendship), bro. Frank DeLong (Olean) and sis. Mrs. Mary Burdick (Wellsville). Father/o Herbert W. DeLong, killed in France, WW. Funeral will be Sun., Belmont Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Forest Hill Cem.Apr 29, 1933, p. 4
DeLong, Nina Peckham (Mrs.)[Belvidere, June 14] age 52; funeral at family res., Belvidere, Tues.; Rev. Harris T. Hall, Christ's Ch., Belvidere; bur. Belvidere Ch. Cem. Pallbearers: William Hartman, Clifford D. Lyon (Friendship), Charles Whitcomb, C. Grant Post, Melvin Ames and Edward Rouse (Belvidere). Mrs. DeLong b. Belvidere, June 29, 1880, d/o Lester and Mary Peckham; d. Sat. at home. Survived by: Husb. Irvin DeLong; daus. Mrs. Claude Crandall (Belfast), Edna DeLong (Olean), Mrs. Fred Miller (Chafee), Mrs. George Nease (Olean); s. Lester Delong (U.S. Service, Camp Dix, NJ); sisters Mrs. Mildred Whalen (Fillmore), Mrs. Mary Milliman (Richburg), Mrs. Bertha Barens (Perry); bros. George Peckham (Ellicottville), Ernest Peckham (Buffalo), Allen Peckham (Bolivar). June 14, 1933, p. 4
Dike, Ruthven A.[Belmont, Apr 24] oldest res. of Amity; funeral held at home of nephew, John Dyke, Trianna St., Sun. Mr. Dyke was 92 yrs.; res. this vicinity entire life; d. Fri. Funeral by Rev. Walter I. Sutherton, Presbyterian Ch.; bur. Forest Hill Cem. Pallbearers: Thomas Dyke, William Dyke, Bert Thomas, Everett Thomas, Clifford Lyons, and Harold Lyons, all gr-nephews. Mr. Dyke was b. Dec 5, 1841, Amity; last surviving memb. of pioneer family; grad. Friendship Academy; memb. Methodist Ch.Apr 24, 1933, p. 4
Dillie, Ira O.[Bolivar, June 6] age 64 yrs.; Bolivar merchant and oil producer; d. Mon.; heart attack; b. Prosperity, Pa., Dec. 29, 1868; md. Eupha Brewer; res. Bolivar 25 yrs.; Dillie Clothing Store and Dilco Store; vice pres. First National Bank of Bolivar. Survived by: wife; s. Edgar C. Dillie (Buffalo); bros. William L. Dillie (Ten Mile, Pa.) and Milford Dillie (Swartz, Pa.). Funeral will be from home, Wed., Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.June 6, 1933, p. 4
Dillie, Ira O.[Bolivar, June 8] funeral held Wed., at home, Friendship St.; Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Maple Lawn Cem. Pallbearers: Frank Herrick, George Kyser, Alfred Matson, Charles Parker, Earl Potter, Alex Stotthart, Elmer Garthwait and Ira Root. List of attended.June 8, 1933, p. 4
Dodge, Walter A.[Bolivar, July 18] age 73 yrs.; d. Sun. at Jones Memorial Hosp., Wellsville. Survived by: wid. Mrs. Emma Dodge; s. E. M. Dodge (Olean); daus. Mrs. Harry Soper (Patchogue, L.I.) and Mrs. Harold Smith (Bolivar); g-ch. Richard Smith (Bolivar), Junior, Virginia and Robert Dodge (Olean). Loop's Funeral Parlors; funeral will be Tues.; Rev. W. M. Mason (Richburg).July 18 1932, p. 2; July 20 1932, p. 2
Dodge, Walter A.[Bolivar, July 20] Funeral was at Loop Funeral Parlors; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.; Rev. W. N. Mason (Richburg). Attended: Mr. & Mrs. E. N. Dodge (Olean), Mr. & Mrs. Harry Soper (Patchogue, L.I.) and Al Councilman (Clarksville)July 20, 1932, p.4
Driscoll, Maria[Belmont, Feb 23] res. Belmont 60 yrs.; d. Wed. at home, Norton St.; b. Apr 14, 1847, d/o Dennis and Anne Finely Driscoll. Survived by sisters Eliza and Amanda Driscoll (Belmont); nieces Mrs. W. A. Gordon (Belmont) and Marian and Fannie Driscoll (Hornell) and Mrs. Elias Panbos (Chicago); neph. Lloyd Driscoll (Hornell). Funeral will be from home, Sat., Rev. J. Ernest Thompson, Baptist Ch.; bur. Forest Hill Cem.Feb 23, 1933, p. 4
Driscoll, Timothy J.[Friendship, Nov 17] res. Friendship; d. this morn. at home, West Water St.; ill several mos.; b. Friendship, Aug. 6, 1854. Survived by: daus. Mrs. William Minton, Mrs. Maurice Hartigan, Margaret Driscoll (Friendship); bro. Daniel D. Driscoll (Friendship); sis. Mrs. Catharine Colligan (Buffalo). Funeral will be at Sacred Heart Ch. Sat.Nov 17 1932, p. 4
Driscoll, Timothy J.[Friendship, Nov 21] Age 78; res. Friendship; funeral Sat. at home, West Water St.; Requiem High mass at Sacred Heart Ch., Rev. Father Ferdinand Zumbusch, Rev. Michael E. Colligan (Salamanca), neph.; Rev. James W. Colligan, neph. (Olcott) and Rev. Charles E. McHugh (Andover); bur. Sacred Heart Cem. Pallbearers: Edward J. Hart, William Mullan, John Minton, John V. Kelly, Owen Conley, William Hartigan. Mr. Driscoll b. Friendship, Aug 6, 1854, s/o James & Norah McCarthy Driscoll; md. Jan 29 1879 Ellen B. Welsh (d. several yrs. later). Survived by daus, sister and brother, unnamed. Mr. Driscoll d. Thurs.; emp. of State Highway Dept.; memb. Holy Name Society; trustee 25 yrs. of Sacred Heart Ch. List of relatives from out-of-town.Nov 21 1932, p. 4
Dudley, Isabelle Elliott (Mrs.)[Friendship, Mar 7] age 61 yrs.; d. at home, Maple Ave., Mon.; b. in Wirt, NY, Aug 5, 1871; res. of Friendship many yrs.; memb. Friendship Methodist Episcopal Ch.; Catharine Schuyler Chap. D.A.R. and Friendship's PTA. Survived by daus. Dorothy Dudley (New York City) and Isabelle Dudley (Friendship); Funeral will be Wed. at home, Rev. Wesley F. Chauncey, Methodist Ch.; bur. Mount Oak Cem.Mar 7, 1933, p. 4
Dudley, Jennie Minerva (Mrs.)[Cuba, Sep 27] d. at home of sis. Mrs. William Oldham, 27 Mills St., Mon. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Albert E. Hand (New Britton, Conn.); bros. George Rense, Myron and Ivan Osman (Cuba); sisters Mrs. E. H. Potter, Mrs. Myra Oldham (Cuba) Mrs. John Beers (Olean), Mrs. William (Jennie Minerva) Dudley (Friendship). Funeral to be at home of sis. Mrs. William Oldham (Mill St.), Thurs., Rev. C. E. Malcomson, Baptist Ch.; bur. Cuba Cem.; Loveridge & Son, funeral directors.Sep 27 1932, p. 4
Dunbar, Claude (Mrs.)Of Massena, NY; formerly of West Clarksville; d. this morning at home. Survived by husb.; sons Duane and Kenneth Dunbar; mother Mrs. N. E. Cooper (Westons); sisters Mrs. W. W. Wilson; Mrs. B. F. Hanks; Myrtle A. Cooper (Westons). Funeral Wed. from home in Massena; bur. Massena Cem.Dec 5 1932, p. 2
Dunham, George W.[Wellsville, Apr 29] age 32, King St.; burned in Sinclair Refinery 2 mos. ago.; d. Fri. Jones Memorial Hosp. John Rogers (Alma) d. Feb. 25th in accident. Mr. Dunham was b. Wellsville, Nov 20, 1900, s/o John B. and Orpha Barton Dunham; md. Florence Nettie Corrie, Apr 30, 1920. Survived by: wife; parents; ch. George Edward Jr., Robert Lewis and Mari Lois (all home) and bro. John Dunham, Jr. (Wellsville). Funeral will be Sun. at home, King St., Rev. M. Huyett Sangree, Congregational Ch.; bur. Woodlawn Cem.Apr 29, 1933, p. 4
Dunn, Luetta M.[Cuba, Dec 7] Black Creek res. 50 yrs.; d. at home, Black Creek, Tues. Survived by: s. William Dunn (Elroy). Funeral will be home, Thurs., Rev. Evan M. Jones (Elroy), Rev. Joseph Shipman; bur. Cuba Cem.Dec 7 1932, p. 4
Estabrook, Volney J.[Wellsville, Mar 23] age 57; d. Jones Memorial Hosp., Wed.; car accident on Andover Rd. Memb. village Board of Trustees; pres. Wellsville Chamber of Commerce; Mason; Wellsville Rotary Club; senior warden St. John's Episcopal Ch.; official of Buffalo & Susquehanna Railroad Co.; owner Sadler Insurance Agency. Survived by wife Dorothy and sis. Mrs. Minnie E. Moore (Wellsville)Mar 23, 1933, p. 4
Ferris, Blanche DeForrest (Mrs.)[Friendship, Aug 10] Funeral was at late home west of Friendship, Tues.; Rev. Clifford A. Scrimshaw, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Rawson; Pallbearers: Charles B. Strong, Ephraim L. Blank, Charles Brayman (Friendship) and Charles Cartwright (Portville). Mrs. Ferris, dau/o Albert & Ida Mae Swift DeForest; b. New Hudson, May 4, 1852; res. of Friendship 10 yrs.; ill several yrs.; d. Sun. Aug 7. Survived by: husb. Fred A. Ferris; dau. Mrs. Bernice Cotter (Buffalo); g-dau. Patricia Cotter (Buffalo); sisters Mrs. Luella Voorhis (Olean), Mrs. Neil Moore (San Diego, Cal.); bro. Claude DeForrest (Wellsville).Aug 10 1932, p. 22
Finley, Margaret Louise[Cuba, May 16] prayer service; age 6 wks; d/o Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Finley; held Mon. at Loveridge Funeral Parlors; Rev. Robert Pursley, Presbyterian Ch.; bur. Oak Hill Cem. (Westons); d. Sun. in West Side Hosp. Olean.May 16, 1933, p. 4
Fish, Arthur L.[Wellsville, Nov 20] d. at home of sis., Mrs. Mary Ackerman, South Main St.; funeral will be at home, Tues., Rev. W. E. Windsor; bur. Yours Cem. Mr. Fish was b. Willing, Aug 22, 1865, s/o Reuben and Alma Wheaton Fish; formerly res. in Springborough, Pa. and Niagara Falls; came to Wellsville 20 yrs. ago. Survived by: sons Claud Fish (Sherman, NY), Whitcomb, Joseph and Clark Fish (all Springborough); sis. Mrs. Mary Ackerman (Wellsville).Nov 20 1933, p. 4
Fisher, William[Friendship, Apr 14] age 58; res. Friendship 8 yrs.; funeral held at home, North Branch St., Thurs., Rev. Wesley F. Chauncey, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Chestnut Hill cem., Portville. Pallbearers: Glenn M. Foster, Paul E. Kruger, Henderson L. McGibeny and Clifford J. Cook. Wm. Fisher, s/o John and Lydia Fisher, b. Thorold, Ontario, Canada; res. Olean and Portville; came to Friendship 1925; d. Tues. at Cuba Memorial Hosp. Survived by: wid., Mrs. Delia Fowler Fisher; aged mother (Wheatley, Ontario, Canada); sons William R. Fisher (Franklinville) and George Fisher (Oil City, Pa.); daus. Mrs. Alfred J. Hahn and Jessie Fisher (Oil City); sis. Mrs. Rober Leander (Wheatley, Canada); bros. Alfred Fisher (Greenville, Pa.) and Albert Fisher (St. Catherines, Ont., Canada). List of attending.Apr 14, 1933, p. 4
Ford, Antoinette (Mrs.)[Cuba, July 8] age 87 yrs.; res. Cuba; d. Fri. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Earl Rose (Cuba); s. Leslie Ford (Buffalo). Funeral will be at home of dau., Mrs. Rose, 45 1/2 East Main St., Mon., Rev. Blaire Malcomson, Baptist ch.; bur. Cuba Cem.July 8, 1933, p. 4
Forrest, William (Mrs. & Mrs.)[Bolivar, Jan 13] Mrs. William Forrest d. Dec. 31, funeral was Tues. Jan. 3. William Forrest d. Jan 4, funeral was Jan 6. Pallbearers: R.D. Best (Buffalo), Guy Coulter (Allegany), Percy M. Jordan and William Dorret (Bolivar), Rev. Mason (Richburg) officiated. Survived by: children Mrs. H. B. Horr (Bartlett, NY), Mrs. Stanley Johnston, Mrs. Waldo Dorrett (Bolivar), Mrs. Mary Granger (Oramel), Lloyd, George, Frank and Evelyn (at home).Jan 13 1933, p.4
Forrest, William (Mrs. & Mrs.)Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Dorett, Mrs. Mary Granger, Lloyd Forrest, George Forrest, Frank Forrest, Evelyn Forrest.Jan 13 1933, p.4
Freeman, Charles[Belmont, Dec. 19] age 60 yrs.; night watchman at Prindle Shoe Last Co. (Belvidere); bur. Mon. at Couldersport, Pa.; survived by wifeDec 19 1932, p. 4
Garthwait, Elizabeth A.[Bolivar, Dec. 13] age 96 yrs.; wid. C. C. Garthwait, d. this morn., Wellsville St.; long illness; pioneer fam. of Bolivar. Mrs. Garthwait, b. this village Apr. 27, 1837, dau. Bishop H. Root and Poly Mead Root; last survivor of 10 children; md. Bolivar, Nov. 29, 1857. Survived by: s. Elmer C. Garthwait (Bolivar); g-ch. Gerald Hulbert (Bethlehem, Pa.), Elba W. Hulbert (Bolivar), Mrs. Willis Eivin (Bolivar). Funeral will be Fri., home, Rev. J. B. Harry (LeRoy), former pastor Bolivar Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Dec 13 1932, p. 10
Garthwait, Frank Albert[Friendship, Sep 7] age 49; d. Wed., heart attack; res. Friendship; b. May 18, 1884, Bolivar, s/o John and Sarah Hulbert Garthwait; md. Dec 25, 1903, Minnie Smith, Port Allegany. Emp. as engineer, State Highway Dept.; formerly owned Star Theatre; memb. H. A. Corbin Hose Co. and Railroad Telegraphers Assoc. Survived by: wife; dau. Mrs. Beatrice H. Shaner (Orchard Parkway); s. Emery J. Garthwait (home); bro. Ralph E. Garthwait; g-ch. Richard Shaner and Warren Shaner Jr. (home). Funeral will be Sat. at home, Rev. Wesley F. Chauncey, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Sep 7, 1933, p. 4
Garthwait, Fred Eugene[Wellsville, Oct. 25] oldest glycerin shooter in U.S; worked in Bradford field, Kansas, eastern Oklahoma and Indiana; learned the trade from bro. Lorenzo Garthwait who was killed at Rixford, Jan 14, 1882. Mr. Garthwait was b. Bolivar, Oct 28, 1857, s. Benjamin Garthwait and Phoebe Crandall.Oct 25, 1933, p. 4
Giddings, Olive L. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, July 16] of Little Genesee; d. Thurs. at home. Survived by: husb. F. A. Giddings; sons Clarence (Little Genesee) and Clayton (Richburg); bros. Charles Mix (Bolivar) and John Mix (Shinglehouse); sisters Mrs. Jennie Wedge (Bradford) and Mrs. Minnie Cartwright (Bolivar). Mrs. Giddings b. May 2, 1862, Bolivar; res. of Little Genesee 13 yrs. Funeral to be Sun. at home; bur. Little Genesee; Rev. Arthur Gregson, Bolivar Methodist Episcopal Ch.July 16 1932, p. 2
Giles, John[Cuba, Oct 27] Age abt. 80 yrs.; d. at home, Grove St., Wed.; stroke. Survived by: wife; s. De Alton Giles (Cuba). Memb. Episcopal Ch. Funeral to be at home, Fri., Rev. Roy Weber.Oct 27 1932, p. 5
Gilligan, Kate M. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Apr 26] word of death; of Manchester NY; sis. Mrs. M. B. Moore (Bolivar). Mrs. Moore, s. R. B. Moore and sis. Mrs. James Bulger (Buffalo) left for Manchester; funeral Fri. Apr. 26 1933, p. 4
Gilray, E. J. (Dr.)of Cuba; d. at Seattle, Wash., Wed.; sis. Mrs. J. C. AdamsMar 18 1933, p. 4
Gleason, Rufus[Belfast, Mar 13] age 75 yrs.; d. Fri. Survived by: sons Floyd Gleason (Olean), George Gleason (Lima); daus. Mrs. Charles Gibney (Fillmore); Mrs. Henry Hirsch (Avon, NY); sisters Mrs. Harrison Bacon (Houghton, NY); Mrs. Fred Barringer (Crawford Creek, NY); bro. Jerome Gleason (Belfast). Funeral was Sun., Oramel, NY; bur. family plot in Oramel Cem.Mar 13 1933, p. 4
Gleason, Wesley[July 18] res. of Belfast, age 24y, instructor of music, Bolivar Central School, d. Sat. at home, ill 3 wks. Grad. Houghton College 1930; Eastman School of Music at Rochester. Survived by: f. Chandler W. Gleason (Belfast); bros. Ward Gleason (Fredonia) and Stanley Gleason (Bradford)July 18 1932, p. 2
Gleason, WesleyOf Belfast; music supervisor Bolivar Central School; funeral was Wed. at home and Episcopal Ch. at Belfast. Pallbearers: Bolivar res., Edward Dougherty, Earl Potter, Charles McCann, Howard Shaner, Robert Sawyer and Russell Case. Glee Clubs of Bolivar Central School and Board of Education. and faculty attended.July 21 1932, p. 2
Glover, Hattie Tiffany[Friendship, Oct 3] age 80 yrs.; wid/o George Washington Glover; funeral held at home, Sunnyside St., this afternoon; Rev. Harris T. Hall, Belmont Episcopal Ch.; bur. in family plot in Mount Hope Cem. Was d/o Hiram and Maria Lowry Tiffany, b. in Willett, Cortland Co., NY, Jan 7, 1853; md. George Washington Glover, July 21, 1872; res. Friendship over 40 yrs.; d. Sun. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Lulu Glover Burdick (this place); sons, Roy H. Glover (Richburg) and J. Warren Glover (Buffalo); g-sons Frank and Roy Glover, Buffalo; g-daus. Mrs. J. Fred Dick (Richburg).Oct 3, 1933, p. 4
Gorton, Frank[Belmont, Oct 25] age 70; res. Mainville, Belmont; body found Sun. by Robert and Donald Nicholson. Mr. Gorton b. Belmont; moulder; memb. Modern Woodmen of Amer. Survivors: wf. Frances Gorton; s. John Gorton (Olean).Oct 25 1932, p. 4
Graham, Seymour E.[Belmont, Jan 18] bur. from home, Greenwich St., Rev. J. Ernest Thompson, bur. Forest Hill Cem. Mr. Graham b. Platsburg, May 12, 1845; age over 87 yrs.; farmer until moved to Belmont 25 yrs. ago; wife d. 1917. Survived by; children: Seymour Graham and Mrs. Emmet Seeley (Bradford), Eugene Graham, Mrs. Frank Eymer, Mrs. George Crandall and Alice and Gertrude Graham (Belmont); Fred Graham, Linus Graham and Mrs. Stanley Cline (Angelica); Frank Graham, Scio. Memb. St. Paul's Episcopal ch. Angelica.Jan 18 1933, p. 4
Green, Martha J. Abbott (Mrs.)[Friendship, Sep 7] Age 32, wf/o Charles K. Green; funeral at family res. on Sunnyside, Tues., Rev. Martz Snyder, First Baptist Ch.; bur. Maple Grove Cem. Pallbearers: Frank J. Caple, Delos G. Dodge, Howard F. Sweitzer, Paul W. Nickel and Hugh Lafferty (Olean) and Ernest S. Root (Bolivar). Dau/o late Lea & Mabel Green Abbott, b. Bath, NY, Apr 23 1900; md Dec 22 1918, Bath, Charles K. Green (Wellsville). Survived by: husb.; sons Victor, Walter and James; sis. Mrs. Ameron Mills (Phelps); bro. Mack Abbott (Rochester). Came to Friendship from Wellsville Dec. 1930.Sep 7 1932, p. 2
Green, Serena (Mrs.)[Belfast, Apr 24] age 92 yrs.; d. Sat. at home, Main St.; res. Belfast 57 yrs. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Flora Black (Belfast); sons Arthur C. Greene (Belfast), Charles J. Green (Oramel); bro. William J. Hendry (East Aurora). Funeral will be Tues., Belfast Baptist Ch.; bur. Riverside Cem.Apr 24, 1933, p. 4
Grossman, Albert Clarence[Wellsville, Sep 13] age 54 yrs.; oil pumper of Allentown; d. Tues., Jones Memorial Hosp., Wellsville. Coroner H. E. Cooley (Wellsville) investigating accident; Walter Collins, age 44, Wellsville painter, in Jones Memorial Hosp. from car accident. Mr. Grossman is survived by: s. Clarence Grossman (Wellsville); sisters Mrs. Will Black (Scio), Mrs. Nina Hanchett (Wellsville); and Mrs. Will Cook (Mapes); bros. Willis and Wilbur Grossman (Stannards). Funeral will be at home of Wilbur Grossman, River Rd., Thurs., Rev. Frederick W. Smith (Genesee, Pa.); bur. Stannards Cem.Sept 13, 1933, p. 4
Grunder, Daniel C.[Friendship, June 10] Former Supt. of Poor, Allegany Co.; d. Thurs.; age 87; also supt. Co. Alms House in Angelica several yrs.; ret. 1920 and moved to Friendship; memb. Angelica Methodist Episcopal Ch.; Melrose Lodge 818 F&AM, Angelica; Belfast Chapt. Royal Arch Masons; DeMalay Commandery, Hornell; Ismailla Temple, Buffalo; Friendship Old Timers Assoc.; survived by: Walter L. Chapman, s. (Angelica); wid. Mrs. Catherine McCarthy Chapman d. 4y ago. Funeral at home Sun., Rev. Clifford A. ScrimshawJune 10 1932, p. 9
Grunder, Daniel Chapman[Friendship, June 13] ret. res. of Friendship; 35y Supt. of Poor, Allegany Co. at Angelica; funeral at late res. on East Main St., Sun.; Rev. Clifford A. Scrimshaw, pastor Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Angelica Cem. Pallbearers: Judge Charles H. Brown (Belmont), Mayor Harmon A. Corbin (Friendship), Co. Treas. D. Sherman Burdick (Alfred), Justice Delbert P. Snyder (Cuba), Charles Ricker (Fillmore) and Horace G. Prindle (Friendship). Active pallbearers: memb. Masonic Fraternity, William H. Hall (Angelica), Everett I. Weaver (Angelica), Dr. Frank S. Burlingham, Benjamin J. Rice and Harry L. Blossom (Friendship)June 13 1932, p. 4
Hale, George Coper[Bolivar, Nov 26] Age 61 yrs.; of Philadelphia; bro. of Mrs. W. J. Hunt (Bolivar); d. at Cooper Hosp., Camden, NJ, Wed. Survived by: sisters Mrs. W. J. Hunt (Bolivar), Mrs. Ida Howard (Pittsburgh), Mrs. Effie Landsrath (Los Angeles, Calif.) Funeral will be Sun., Rev. Arthur Gregson, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem., Bolivar. Pallbearers: W. J. Hunt, A. L. Shaner, D. V. McCarthy, Edward Hungerford; George Beers and Samuel Ryan.Nov 26 1932, p. 4
Hall, Merritt D.[Belmont, Aug 22] age 78 yrs.; d. Sun.; funeral held today at home of s. Earl Hall (Belmont), Rev. Walter Chauncey (Belmont); bur. Scio Cem. Mr. Hall was b. in Ward, Mar 30, 1853, s/o Nelson Hall and Lurinda Benjamin; md. Susan R. Tucker, 1873. Survived by: ch. Reginald M. Hall (Richburg), William T. Hall (Friendship), Nelson A. Hall (Ward), Grant S. Hall (Galton, Pa.), Edwin J. Hall (Friendship), Earl Hall (Belmont), Mrs. William Lawrence (Richburg), Mrs. Leonard Hackett (Richburg), and Mrs. Ward Black (Scio); sis. Mrs. Nelson Clark (Richburg). Memb. Methodist Ch., Belmont.Aug 22, 1933, p. 4
Hall, William H.[Belmont, Mar 21] Commissioner of Public Welfare, Allegany Co. since 1912; d. this morn. at County Home, Angelica; pneumonia. Mr. Hall was former supt. of poor during term of late Daniel Grunder; succeeded Mr. Grunder as supt., title changed to Commissioner of Public Welfare; b. at Short Tract, June 12, 1884, s/o late William Hall and Margaret Hayre (Dayton, NY); md. Feb 18, 1920 Mrs. Laura Childs. Survived by: wife and mother; s. Donald Hall; step-sons Alfred and Roderick Childs; bro. Thomas Hall (Short Tract); sisters Mrs. Henry Scholes (Dalton) and Mrs. Arthur Mills (Portageville). Memb. Melrose Masonic Lodge (Angelica), Angelica Grange, and Republican.Mar 21, 1933, p. 4
Hall, William H.[Belmont, Mar 22] funeral will be from res. in Allegany County Home, Angelica, Thurs.; bur. in Angelica Cem.Mar 22, 1933, p. 4
Hall, William Henry[Belmont, Mar 24] Allegany Co. Commissioner of Public Welfare; funeral Thurs. from apt. in county home, Angelica. Honorary pallbearers: co. clerk William W. Bush and Sheriff Edson A. Brigham (Belmont), John N. Thompson (Angelica), Supervisors Ray S. Deck (Whitesville) and Charles Norton (West Almond) and Leon Ackerman (Belmont). Active Pallbearers: past master of Melrose Lodge F&AM, Leon West, Daniel Lyon, Liner Maxson, Ray Handy and Jay Lamount (Angelica). Service by Daniel M. Todd, Friendship Masonic Lodge. List of attending.Mar 24, 1933, p. 4
Hann, Roxie (Mrs.)[Andover, June 3] d. Thurs.; funeral will be Sun., Andover Presbyterian Ch., Rev. Frank Bisbee; b. Andover, Jan 22, 1877; d/o Elijah and Julia Carpenter; md. Bert Hann. Survived by: husb.; s. Carl Hann (Kenmore); sis. Mrs. Mildred Shaekill (Cleveland) and bro. Edgar Carpenter. Memb. Presbyterian Ch.; King's Daughters; charter member Andover O.E.S.June 3, 1933, p. 4
Harris, Edwin A.[Wellsville, Oct 18] d. at home, 91 Stevens St., Tues.; funeral will be thus. at home, Rev. W. F. Chauncey (Friendship); b. Scio, Oct 12, 1862, s/o Elias and Addie Mead Harris. Survived by: wid. Mrs. Luella Holley Harris; dau. Mrs. LeRoy Weinman (Wellsville); s. Keith E. Harris (Wellsville); bro. F. E. Harris (Scio).Oct 18, 1933, p. 4
Henderson, Lenna Whitcomb[Wellsville, June 7] wf/o W. J. Henderson; d. Mon. at home Wellsville St.; illness several months; b. Portville July 18, 1878; res. Wellsville until md., moved to Ill.; ret. to Bolivar 8 yrs. ago. Survived by: husb.; sons Frank (at home) and Stiles (Ill.); g-ch. Samuel and Patricia Henderson (Ill.); step-daus. Mrs. R. H. Nichols (Rew City), Mrs. E. D. Walters and Mrs. P. S. Nelson (Bolivar). Memb. of Bolivar Sorosis, Buttrick Chap. 109, Order Eastern Star and Baptist Ch. Wellsville. Funeral Thurs. at Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Scio cam.June 7 1932, p. 3
Henderson, W. J. (Mrs.)[Scio, June 10] Funeral Thurs., Methodist Episcopal Ch., Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Scio; pallbearers- E.D. Walters, Herman Nichols, Lynn Walters, Claude Hurd, Earl Hurd and Walter Hurd; list of relatives and friends presentJune 10 1932, p. 4
Hendryx, Dayton E.[Cuba, May 16] age 69 yrs.; d. home, North Cuba, Sun. Survived by: wife; dau. Ethel (home) and bro. J. Hendryx (North Cuba). Funeral will be Wed., Rev. Charles Malcomson, Baptist Ch., bur. Catholic Cem., Cuba.May 16, 1933, p. 4
Henry, Bradford[Belmont, Dec 27] b. Allegany Co. July 27, 1850; d. Tues. at farm in Plumbottom, 3 mi. east Belmont; res. 52 yrs.; unmd., no near relatives. John Henry (Plumbottom), William and Ralph Baxter (Belmont) are cousins. Mr. Henry attended Baxter School of Music, Friendship. Funeral will be at late home; bur. Forest Hill Cem., Belmont.Dec 27, 1933, p. 4
Hepker, Frank B.[Wellsville, Oct 21] former village policeman; d. at home, 48 Highland Ave., Thurs.; ill 1 day; age 58 yrs.; b. Wellsville, May 30 1874, s/o Charles Hepker and Katherine Freeman; md. Aug 27, 1910, Bertha Hornberg. Survived by: wife; children Olin Hepker (Olean); Florence Hepker, Frances Hepker and Hilda Cook (Wellsville); siblings Mrs. Albert Pflager (Wellsville), Charles Hepker (Lockport), Mrs. James White (Olean), Lewis Hepker (Wellsville), George Hepker (Wellsville), Mrs. William McCartan (Buffalo), William Hepker (Wellsville); g-ch. William and Robert Hepker. Memb. Trinity Lutheran Ch., Genesee Tent, KOTM (Wellsville). Funeral to be Sun., Rev. A. R. Potrafke; bur. Woodlawn Cem.Oct 21 1932, p. 4
Hermann, Mary Lou[Cuba, Mar 13] word rec. of death; age 13, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Hermann (Chatham, NJ); mother former Mary Pollard; funeral will be from home, Tues.Mar 13, 1933, p. 4
Hess, Clarence M.[Friendship, Nov 17] Funeral from home, Stevens Ave., Wed., Rev. Roy Webber, St. Andrew's Episcopal Ch.; bur. Mount Hope Cem. Pallbearers: F. Vanama Jones, Richard C. Smalley, Dr. Thomas H. Howe, Leon F. Stevens, William A. Stevens, Howard Drake. Mr. Hess d. Mon. in Buffalo General Hosp., ill several wks.; operation Fri. Mr. Hess b. Belvidere, NY, Oct 30, 1883; s/o Mr. & Mrs. Adam M. Hess; family moved to Friendship 1901; w/ Hess Brothers Co. Clothing Store since 1912. Memb. Allegany Lodge 225, F&AM; Recreation Club; Friendship Rod and Gun Club; Friendship Fire Dept.; Chamber of Commerce. Survived by wid. Mrs. Ruth Sandborne Hess; sons George and Conrad Hess; sis. Mrs. Arthur Maine (Attica); bros. Samuel K. Hess and Charles L. Hess (Friendship).Nov 17 1932, p. 4
Hickcox, Bernice K.[Friendship, Dec. 5] Age 36; of Verona, NJ; dau/o Ernest L. Hickcox; funeral at parent's home West Main St., Sat., Rev. L. M. F. Chauncey, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. in family lot, Mount Hope Cem. Pall-bearers: Elton L. Billings, Clark H. Potter, Dennis L. Stickney and Thomas F. Cotton. Miss Hickcox b. Oct 2, 1896, Friendship, NY; father Ernest L. Hickcox only survivor; attended Friendship High School; operator for Friendship Telephone Co.; propr. The Booke Shoppe, West Water St.; memb. Universalist Ch. and Henrietta Rebekah Lodge No. 209; moved to Cedar Grove, NJ; completed Junior Social Worker course, Essex Co. Hosp.; Feb 1931 entered Essex Mountain Sanatorium for ill health; d. Thurs. Funeral Cook's Funeral Home, Caldwell, NJ; Frances Helme and Robert Helme, nurses Essex Co., cousins; accomp. body to Friendship, Fri.Dec 5 1932, p. 4
Hickey, Elizabeth[Bolivar, Dec 27] age 1 wk.; d/o Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hickey; d. at home, First St., today; bur. will be Maple Lawn Cem., Thurs., Rev. Arthur Gregson.Dec 27, 1933, p. 3
Hill, Bertha (Mrs.)[Cuba, Nov 1] propr. of Farnsworth Home Cookies Co.; d. at home, Tues.; b. at Middleport, NY, Feb 11, 1872. Survived by husb. and dau. Edna Farnsworth. Funeral will be Fri. at home, Rev. Robert Pursley; bur. Cuba Cem.Nov 1, 1933, p. 3
Hill, Elisabeth (Mrs.)[Cuba, Oct 31] d. at home of dau., Mrs. J. E. Myers, Mon. Survived by: daus. Mrs. Myers, Mrs. J. G. Hendryx (Cuba), Mrs. Ethel Keller, Mrs. Roy Jacobs (Willkes-Barre, Pa.), Mrs. C. H. Dearolf, Sayre, Pa. Funeral will be Wed., at home, Rev. Homer Evans; bur. Wyoming, Pa. Thurs.Oct 31, 1933, p. 4
Hill, Mott H.[Cuba, Aug 31] age 71; d. Tues. at home of dau., Mrs. James Finnemore, 7 Union St. Survived by: wife; Mrs. Myrtle Hill; dau. Mrs. Finnemore; sons Fran (Galeton, Pa.) and Ray (Elmira). Funeral will be at Finnemore home, Fri. and Methodist Episcopal Ch., Galeton, Rev. Homer Evans; bur. South Branch Cem., Galeton.Aug 31, 1933, p. 4
Hinman, Harlen C.[Wellsville, Aug 19] age 6; s/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hinman, North Main St.; d. Thurs.; struck by automobile driven by William Brownell, Madison St.; friend Billy Huseby. Harlan was b. Friendship, Aug 24, 1926, only s/o Walter A. Hinman and Fleda Walther; came to Wellsville 3 yrs. ago from Bradford, Pa., Buffalo and Scio.; 4th grade, Martin School. Funeral will be in home of uncle, Philip Walther, Scio, Sun.; bur. Fairlawn Cem.Aug 19, 1933, p. 4
Hitchcock, Dorcas (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Jan 3] d. Mon. at home of s. Ward Willard; came from Millport, Pa.; b. Nov 28, 1853, Andover. Survived by: sons Ward Willard (Bolivar), Edward Willard (Wellsville), Claude Willard (Millport) and Fred Willard (Scranton, Pa.) Funeral to be Wed., Chrystal, Pa., United Brethren Ch., Rev. Dibble; bur. Chrystal Cem.Jan 3, 1933, p. 4
Hitchcock, Dorcas (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Jan 5] funeral was Wed. at United Brethren Ch., Chrystal, Pa, Rev. Donald Dibble; bur. Chrystal Cem. Pallbearers: Sherman June, Sr., Sherman June, Jr., Harold June and Fred Fancher. List of out-of-town relatives and friends.Jan 5, 1933, p. 4
Holcomb, Florence (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Feb 6] wid/o late John C. Holcomb; d. at home, First St.; pneumonia; age 75 yrs; b. Scio, Apr 12, 1857, d/o Daniel Taylor and Sally Axtel. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Gilbert Shavelier; niece Ella Taylor (Buffalo). Funeral will be Wed. from home, bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Feb 6 1933, p. 4
Holcomb, Florence (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Feb 9] funeral was Wed., Rev. Arthur Gregson, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem. Pallbearers: (Kenyon Andrus Post No. 772, American Legion) Jack Hay, LaFrone Hassard, Erie Munic, Clyde Witherspoon, Frank Parker and Frank Hughes. List of attending.Feb 9, 1933, p. 4
Homer, Fred A.[Cuba, Oct 10] Age 73, res. Cuba and vicinity. 16 yrs., d. at home, Swift Hill, Mon. Survived by: sons Frank and Fred (at home). Funeral to be from Loveridge Funeral Parlors, Thurs., Rev. Homer Evans, First Methodist Ch., bur. Mount Hope Cem., West Valley, NY.Oct 19 1932, p. 4
Hooker, Lewis[Friendship, Oct 31] age 65 yrs.; d. at home, Friendship, Mon.; former res. Bradford, Pa.; des. of pioneer res. of State Line, Pa.; s/o Eli and Viola Hooker; worked in Bradford oil field; left Bradford 25 yrs ago to work in oil fields of India. Funeral will be from home in Friendship, Wed. Survived by: wid.; daus. Frances and Dorothy Hooker (Rochester) and Helen Hooker (home); s. w/ NY Highway Dept., L.I.; sisters Mrs. A. B. Salisbury (Davis St.); Mrs. Clyde Cook (Bolivar); Harry Hooker (Bolivar); Mrs. Harley Guilford (Bradford) and Mrs. W. C. Daley (Rochester); neph. C. W. Cook of Bradford.Oct 31 1933, p. 4
Horner, Doris Sortore (Mrs.)[Belmont, May 6] age 26 yrs.; wf/o Charles H. Horner; d. Fri. at Olean, NY General Hosp.; b. Belmont, Jan 18, 1907; md. Nov. 23, 1939; memb. St. Phillip's Episcopal Ch.; alumna Belmont High School. Survived by: husb.; dau., Patricia Ann; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harland R. Sortore (Belmont); bros. Donald and John Sortore (Belmont). Funeral will be Mon., St. Phillip's Episcopal Ch., Rev. Samuel W. Hale (St. Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo) and Rev. Harris T. Hall; bur. Forest Hill Cem.May 6, 1933, p. 4
Horner, George M.[Belmont, May 1] res. Belmont, d. Sun., Jones Memorial Hosp., Wellsville; b. Belmont, Mar 24, 1881; md. Evelyn Hyland 1904; assoc. with Clark Bros. Co., Olean; grad. Rochester Business School; memb. Episcopal Ch., Elks, Wellsville; former postmaster Belmont; one of founders of Belmont Club; Brooklawn, Pa. Fishing Cub and Wigwam Club, Belmont. Survived by: wife; s. Charles H. Horner; bros. James G. Horner (Greenville, S.C.) and Francis C. Horner (Texas). Funeral will be Tues., St. Phillips Ch.; bur. Forest Hill Cem.May 1, 1933, p. 4
Howard, Ardell Young (Mrs.)[Friendship, Jan 12] age 74 yrs.; wid/o Leonard S. Howard; d. this morn. at home, West Main St.; ill 4 wks, paralytic stroke; b. Birdsall, NY Jan 2, 1859; res. Friendship 40 yrs.; md. Bradford, Pa., Jan 26, 1880; Mr. Howard d. Mar 19, 1927.Jan 12 1933, p. 4
Howard, Ardell Young (Mrs.)[Friendship, Jan 16] age 74 yrs.; d. Thurs at home, West Main St.; funeral at home, Sat., Rev. Walter H. Dynes (Belfast), Friendship Episcopal Ch., bur. family lot, Mount Hope Cem. Pallbearers: grandsons, Leonard and Lloyd Howard (Friendship), Ernest Smith (Wellsville); nephews, Hamilton H. and James A. Young (Angelica). Mrs. Howard was wid/o Leonard S. Howard, d. Mar 19, 1927. List of out of town relatives attending.Jan 16, 1933, p. 4
Howard, J. E. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Nov 21] d. at home, Little Genesee, Sun.; ill 3 wks.; b. Bolivar, Dec. 14, 1863. Survived by: husb.; sis. Mrs. L. A. Champlin (Little Genesee); niece, Mrs. Sue Ingalls (Bolivar). Funeral will be at home, Tues. and Seventh Day Adventist Ch., Little Genesee, Rev. Sutton.Nov 21 1932, p. 4
Howard, J. E. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Nov 23] res. Little Genesee; funeral Tues., Seventh Day Baptist Ch., Rev. Harley Sutton, Rev. Paul Burdick (Lindenville) cous.; bur. Little Genesee Cem. Pallbearers: Claude Childs, Lester Reynolds, A. E. Hibbard, Loren Stone. List of out-of-town attenders.Nov 23 1932, p. 4
Howden, Judson L.[Fillmore, Apr 8] founded Northern Allegany Observer in 1888; d. Apr 8 in Fillmore; age 78; native of Fillmore; survived by wf. Mrs. Emma Perrson Howden, md 1858 at Fillmore, sons Melvine R. Howden and Perrson Howden (Fillmore). Memb. of National Editorial Assoc. and Western NY Publishers Assoc.; began printing in 1878; estab. Northern Allegany Observer May 11, 1858; installed first typesetting machine in Allegany Co. 1909; staff of Rochester Democrat and Chronicle; guest at dinner party in Olean by John P. HerrickApr 8 1932, p. 3
Howe, Ada (Mrs.)[Belmont, Aug 1] funeral held this afternoon from home of dau., Mrs. Manley Corbin, Pike Ave., Rev. Harris T. Hall, St. Philip's Episcopal Ch.; bur. Scio. Mrs. Howe, d/o late Dr. and Mrs. James Stephenson, b. Scio, Nov. 19, 1863; md. Fred E. Howe, Scio, Mar 14, 1883; res. Belmont 20 + yrs.; memb. of M. Eva Chapt., Order of Eastern Star and Literary Historical Soc. Survived by: husb. Fred E. Howe (Olean); daus. Mrs. Earl Conwell (Mt. Jewett, Pa.), Mrs. James Hancock (New York City) and Mrs. Manley Corbin (Belmont); sons Earl Howe (Wellsville) and Robert Howe (Mt. Jewett, Pa.)Aug 1, 1933, p. 4
Howe, Henry[Bolivar, Sep 12] age 87; retired farm; d. Sat. from injuries when struck by car on Aug. 26; car driven by Carl A. Bjournsson (Wellsville). Survived by wife, Mrs. Hattie Swift Howe; s. Albert Howe (Allentown) and g-s. Robert Howe (Allentown). Funeral was this afternoon, Rev. C. E. Hammond, Methodist Ch., Scio; Bur. Allentown Cem.Sep 12 1933, p. 4
Howe, John[Friendship, Sep 26] Age 70 yrs., East Friendship; d. Sat., ill several mos.; b. Hartsville, Sep 19, 1862, s/o Owen & Fanny Gallway Howe; res. Friendship 35 yrs.; came from Canisteo. Survived by: widow, Mrs. Mary McMillian Howe; dau. Mrs. James McCarthy; s. Dr. Thomas H. Howe (all of Friendship); bros. Henry and William Howe (Buffalo); sis. Mary King (Buffalo). Funeral to be at Sacred Heart Ch., Tues., Rev. Ferdinand Zumbusch; bur. Maple Grove Cem.Sep 26 1932, p. 8
Hoyt, William J.[Wellsville, Aug 3] veteran police justice; d. at home, 172 Maple Ave., Wed.; served as Justice of Peace, memb. Town Board, exec. Sec. Woodlawn Cem. Assoc.; Hardware bus. which he sold to William Robbins several yrs. ago.; memb. Congregational Ch. Survived by wid. Ruth B. Hoyt; sons Frederick Hoyt (Salamanca) and Carol L. Hoyt (Wellsville); dau. Mrs. Laura Roth (Okla.)Aug 3, 1933, p. 4
Ingalls, Daphne Ann[Bolivar, Apr 4] age 2 yrs.; d/o Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ingalls, d. this morn., Wellsville, St.; b. Mar 28, 1931. Survived by: parents; bro. Dean; g-parents Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Cole (Cuba) and Mr. Bissell (Bolivar). Funeral will be Thurs., from home.Apr 4, 1933, p. 4
Ingalls, Daphne Ann[Bolivar, Apr 7] d/o Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ingalls; funeral Methodist Episcopal Ch., Thurs.; bur. Cuba Cem. List of attended.Apr 7, 1933, p. 4
Jackson, George C. (Dr.)d. Wed., at res. 138 South First St., Olean; b. Caneadea, July 9, 1882; attended Belfast High School; University of Buffalo, grad. medical school, class of 1905; memb. Alpha Omega Delta; special course at Post Graduate Hosp. NY in children's diseases and stomach and intestinal diseases; opened office in Angelica; 1921 joined staff of Mountain Clinic (Olean); 1927 general practice on South First. St. Survived by wid. Mrs. Ethel Bidwell Jackson; dau. Virginia Jackson; s. Alan Jackson (all Olean) and sis. Mrs. Luella Leet (Erie, Pa.). Benjamin Funeral Parlors (Rushford); funeral will be at Angelica Methodist Episcopal Ch., Fri.Feb 9, 1933, p. 3
Jackues, Lois (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Mar 25] d. at home, Little Genesee, this morn.; res. of Little Genesee since 1880. Survived by husb. C. L. Jackues; sons Arthur and frank Preston; daus. Mrs. Stella Clark (Little Genesee) and Flora Jackues (home). Funeral will be Mon. at home, Rev. Harley Sutton (Little Genesee); bur. in Little Genesee Cem.Mar 25, 1933, p. 4
James, E. I. (Rev.)pastor Second Baptist Ch. of Auburn, NY; funeral will be Fri.. at First Baptist Ch., Rushford, Dr. A. Frank House, pastor of First Baptist Ch. (Olean) assist. Rev. James was b. Rushford where aged mother resides; special speaker at the Baptist Assoc. meetings past 5 yrs.Nov 8, 1933, p. 4
Jaques, Lois (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Mar 29] funeral was Mon., from home, Little Genesee, Rev. Harley Sutton (Little Genesee); bur. Little Genesee Cem. Pallbearers: Frank Burdick, Fred Burdick, A. E. Coon, Ralph Hill. List of attending.Mar 29 1933, p. 4
Kane, Alice[Belmont, Mar 6] of Greenwich St., Belmont; funeral was Sat., St. Mary's Catholic Ch., Rev. Harry R. Farrell; bur. St. Josephs' Cem., Scio. Miss Kane b. Ward, Mar 12, 1860; res. of Belmont, early in life; d/o Thomas and Anna Conlon Kane. Survived by: sisters Kate and Anna V. Kane, Mrs. Bridge D. Rafter; bro. John Kane (all Belmont). Memb. of Ladies' Altar Society, St. Mary's Ch.Mar 6, 1933, p. 4
Karn, Matella V. (Mrs.) d. Tues., age 39 yrs. Survived by: bros. Charles and Lowell Thrall; dau. Mrs. Harry Guildford (Cuba). Funeral to be Thurs. at home of Mrs. Walter Guild (Cuba); bur. Cuba Cem.Aug 3 1932, p. 3
Kelley, J. Harry[Wellsville, Sep 30] pres. Citizens National Bank of Wellsville; d. at home, 21 East Genesee St., Fri.; pneumonia; age 51 yrs. Mr. Kelley was from Athens, Pa., cashier of Athens Bank; succeeded late William J. Richardson, pres. of Citizens Bank in 1929. Also, key agricultural banker of Allegany co.; chairman of Allegany Co. re-employment service committee; past pres. Wellsville Rotary Club; vice-pres. Seneca Council, BSA. Mr. Kelly was b. in Canton, Pa., Aug. 2, 1882, s/o Edmund B. and Amelia Kelley, memb. Wellsville High School faculty; s. Benjamin (home); bro. Fred S. Kelley (Syracuse); aunt Mrs. Emma Musser (Canton) and uncle J. M. Smiley (Canton). Sep 30, 1933, p. 4
Kelley, J. Harry[Wellsville, Oct. 2] funeral Sun. at family home, 21 East Genesee St., by Rev. M. Huytt Sangree, First Congregational Ch.. List of attending.; cremated; ashes bur. Canton, Pa.Oct 2, 1933, p. 4
King, Elizabeth[Ceres, Nov 18] Res. of Ceres; d. this morn. at home of sis. Mrs. Carrie Cornelison (Shinglehouse). Age 80 yrs.; original pioneer family. Survived by: Mrs. Cornelison and sis. Mrs. F. H. Raymond (Ceres). Funeral will be in Shinglehouse; bur. Old King Cem., Ceres.Nov 18 1932, p. 12
Kinney, Vergil C. (Dr.)[Wellsville, Apr 27] founder of Wellsville Sanitarium; international authority on science of Therapeutics; d. Wed., St. Petersburg, Fla.; res. Wellsville 30 yrs.; b. Clarksville, Dec. 15, 1873; memb. Kinney family of hotel in Cuba; age 4 went to Friendship; grad. Columbia Medical School 1902; came to Wellsville and practiced medicine; md. Mary Burdick (Friendship) Sept. 20, 1898. Survived by: wife; daus. Mrs. Dorothy Meissner (Wellsville); Mrs. Margaret Copeland and Mrs. Ruth Wellington (Hornell) and Eleanor Kinney (Wellsville). Pres. National Soc. of Physic-therapy 1922. Funeral and bur. in St. Petersburg.Apr 27, 1933, p. 4
Kohler, Josephine (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Mar 29] of Derrick City, d. Sat., Cuba Memorial Hosp.; funeral was from Seventh Day Baptist Ch., Little Genesee, Mon.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem. Survived by: husb. William Kohler; sons Francis Burdick and Raymond Kohler; bros. D. P. Green (Hinsdale), J. C. Green (Little Genesee), Bert Green (Richburg); sisters Mrs. Leon Spencer (Red Rock) and Mrs. Minnie Eastman (Scio).Mar 29 1933, p. 4
Lafferty, Howard[Bolivar, Jan 7] age 8 yrs.; s/o Mr. and Mrs. Theron Lafferty, Richburg, d. Fri. at home; b. Oct 17, 1924; attended Richburg Central School. Survived by: parents and sisters, Mary, Edna and Beatrice; bros. Alfred and Harold (at home); grandparents, Mrs. and Mrs. D. Lafferty (Belfast) and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Vreeland (Caneadea). Funeral will be home, Sun. and Caneadea Ch.; bur. Caneadea.Jan 7, 1933, p. 4
Lafferty, Joseph[Cuba, July 6] res. 15 Main St., Cuba, d. Tues. Funeral will be Thurs. at home of Arthur Straight at New Hudson, Rev. Pero of Rushford; bur. Belleville Cem.July 6 1932, p. 2
Laidlaw, William[Belmont, Oct 24] Age 55 yrs.; d. Oct 24; WW service in France, capt. of Machine Gun Co., Major in U.S. Army Reserves; 20 res. of Belmont; pres. William Laidlaw Manufg. Co.; past commander of Herbert DeLong Amer. Legion Post 808 (Belmont). Survived by wife; dau. Aileen.Oct 24 1932, p. 4
Laidlaw, William[Belmont, Oct 25] private military funeral at family home, 19 Genesee St., Wed.; burial at Arlington National Cem., Washington, DC; Rev. Jerome Kates (Rochester), WW Chaplain; Col. George Minniss attended.Oct 25, 1932, p. 4
Lanning, Frances E. (Mrs.)[Cuba, Oct 27] Wife of John Lanning; d. 25 Genesee St., Wed. Funeral to be home, Sat., Rev. Robert Pursley, Presbyterian Ch.; bur. Cuba Cem.Oct 27, 1932, p. 5
Lee, James[Fillmore, Oct 24] age 60; res. Snider Hill nr. Fillmore; killed today in tractor accident. Survived by: wid.; daus. Mrs. William Patrick and Mrs. George Fakie (both Short Tract).Oct 24 1932, p. 4
Lee, Mary Eleanor[Wellsville, Sep 27] Age 8 yrs.; d/o Mr. and Mrs. David W. Lee, 46 Wheeler Pl.; d. Mon. at Jones Memorial Hosp. (Wellsville); struck by automobile; Glenn A. Williams, driver of car, exonerated from blame. Mary was a student, 3rd grade, at Immaculate Conception School; b. Wellsville, July 24, 1924, d/o David W. and Josephine McCarthy Lee. Survived by: parents; siblings Gerald, Virginia, Catherine, Chester and Josephine. Funeral to be at Immaculate Conception Ch., Wed., Rev. Michael Gallagher; bur. Sacred Heart Cem.Sep 27 1932, p. 4
Lincoln, Carlton and Francis[Richburg, Nov 17] Carlton, 3, and Francis 1 1/2 yrs.; died in fire of home; children of Mr. and Mrs. John Lincoln; survived by parents, sis. Gertrude, bros. Melvin and Nile.Nov 17 1933, p. 3
Lincoln, Carlton and Francis[Richburg, Nov 18] double funeral held this afternoon. Francis, age 3yrs, and Carlton, age 14 mos., sons/o Mr. and Mrs. John Lincoln; d. Fri. Funeral was at new home of parents, Rev. W. N. Mason (Richburg); bur. Maple Lawn Cem., Bolivar.Nov 18, 1933, p. 4
Lockwood, Allen[Cuba, Aug 5] age 73; of Abbotts; d. Fri, Cuba Memorial Hosp. Funeral will be at home, Mon., Rev. Homer E. Evans, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Black Creek Cem.Aug 5, 1933, p. 4
Mabey, John W.[Cuba, June 13] age 75, d. West Main St., Cuba, Sat.; b. Enfield, NY Feb. 5, 1857; res. Cuba Village. Survived by: wid. Mrs. Emma Maybe; sons Ray L. Mabey, Paul D. Mabey, Dr. Mac H. Mabey, and J. Ross Mabey (Cuba). Funeral to be Tues. at home of Dr. Mac H. Mabey; bur. Abbotts Cem.June 13 1932, p. 3
Main, Alfred Elwin[Alfred, Feb 3] dean of Alfred Univ. Theological Seminary; funeral was Thurs., Rev. A. Clyde Ehret, Alfred Seventh Day Baptist Ch.; organist Prof. Ray W. Wingate; prayer Dean Frank Wright (Houghton College); readings Prof. H. F. Hildebrand (Seminary faculty); Seminary Quartet, Albert N. Rogers (Brookfield), Orville Babcock (North Loup, Neb.), Donald Gray and Trovah Sutton (Milton Junction, Wis.); biographical sketch Dr. Boothe C. Davis (Pres. Alfred Univ.); other eulogies Rev. E. D. VanHorn, Dr. W. L. Greene, Rev. Ehret, Rev. W. W. McCall (First Presbyterian Ch. of Hornell); bur. Alfred Cem.Feb 1, 1933, p. 4
Main, Arthur[Alfred, Jan 30.] age 84 yrs.; dean of Alfred University Theological Seminary; d. Sun. at home. Dean of Seminary 32 yrs.; pres. of University 1893-1895; corresponding sec. of Seventh Day Adventist Missionary Society. Survived by: wid. and sons Dr. Daniel Main (Washington, DC) and George Main (Daytona Beach, Fla.) Funeral will be Thurs. at Seventh Day Adventist Ch.Jan 30, 1933, p. 4
Main, Arthur Elwin[Alfred, Jan 31] funeral Thus.; former pres. Alfred Univ.; Dean of Alfred Theological Seminary 32 yrs.; d. Sun. Funeral, Rev. A. Clyde Ehret; eulogies Booth C. Davis, Dr. E. D. VanHorn and Dr. W. E. Greene; prayer Dean Frank Wright (Houghton College); readings Prof. E. F. Hildebrand, memb. Seminary faculty. Quartet, Albert N. Rogers (Brookfield), Orville Babcock (North Loupe, Neb.), Donald Gray and Trevah Sutton (Milton Junction, Wis.), Rev. Emmett Bottoms (Nile) and Ernest W. Bittner (Swain).Jan 31, 1933, p.4
Mapes, Charles E.[Cuba, Dec 20] age 70, d. Mon.; survived by wife; half-bros. Fred Burger (Cuba) and Frank Burger (Buffalo); half-sis. Mrs. Stanley And[?] (Obi); funeral will be Thurs. at home, Rev. Homer Evans; bur. Maple Grove Cem., Friendship. Memb. Cuba Lodge No. 691, IOOF.Dec 20, 1933, p. 4
Marsh, Charlotte (Mrs.)[Cuba, Oct 15] Age 70 yrs.; wf/o Henry K. Marsh; d. Fri. at home, 43 Bristol St.; invalid past 14 yrs. Survived by: husb.; daus. Mrs. LaVern McKinley and Belle Marsh; s. Leon Marsh; g-ch. Dexter and LaVern McKelvy (all Cuba); sisters Mrs. Belle Allsworth (Belfast), Mrs. W. B. Taylor (Marrilla, NY); bros. William McNair (Rushford) and John McNair (Cleveland, O.) Pettit Funeral Home.Oct 15 1932, p. 4
Marsh, Marion[Wellsville, Oct 17] Shooting investigation; Marion Marsh age 50, farmer; wf. Clara injured; s. Lyle age 21; Oct 17, 1933, p. 4
Martin, Clara Ward (Mrs.)[Belmont, Apr 4] wf/o Taliesin Martin; d. Mon. at Jones Memorial Hosp., Wellsville; age 38 yrs.; formerly of Richburg. Survived by husb.; daus. Henrietta Aileen, Betty Jean, and Mary Lou (home); parents Mr. and Mrs. William Ward (Bolivar); sisters Mrs. Louis Potter (Bolivar) and Mrs. Abram Burch (Richburg). Funeral will be Wed. from home.Apr 4, 1933, p. 4
Maxson, Mildred E.[Little Genesee, Sep 27] Hit & run accident; age 16 yrs., of Little Genesee; struck Mon.; walking w/ Anna Johnson; lived w/ mother Mrs. Carrie Maxson at home of Mrs. Gilbert Winterberger; grad. of Bolivar Central High School last June. Survived by: mother and sis. Mrs. Teresa Burroughs (Bell Run). Funeral to be Thurs. from Seventh Day Adventist Ch., Rev. Harley Button; bur. Ceres Cem.Sep 27 1932, p. 3
Maxson, Mildred E.[Bolivar, Sep 30] Of Little Genesee; killed Mon. by automobile; funeral was Thurs. at Seventh Day Adventist Ch., Rev. Harley Sutton; musical selections by Mr. & Mrs. Ferris Whitford. Pallbearers: Dwight Chapel, Jack Sanford, Richard Sanford, Arnold Miller, William Whitford and Victor Burdick. List of relative and friends who attended.Sep 30 1932, p. 4
McCaffrey, Elizabeth[Belmont, Nov 25] Funeral St. Mary's Catholic Ch., Belmont, this morn.; bur. St. Mary's Cem., Rev. Harry R. Farrell. Res. Belmont 37 yrs.; b. Rexville, Steuben Co., Mar. 6, 1865; ill since Feb. last; d/o Patrick & Catherine Coyle Tierney. Survived by husb. Anthony McCaffrey; daus. Marguerite and Catherine; sons John and Anthony, Jr.Nov 25 1932, p. 4
McCarthy, Fred[Belfast, June 12] d. Sun., at home, Belfast. Survived by: wf Mrs. Catherine McCarthy; daus. Mrs. Ruth Bernard and Mrs. Viola Chamberlain. Funeral will be Wed., St. Patrick's Ch.; bur. Holy Cross Cem.; Shepard and Son Funeral Service.June 12, 1933, p. 4
McCarthy, Fred[Belfast, June 14] funeral, Wed., St. Patrick's Ch., Rev. Ryan; bur. Holy Cross Cem.; memb. Belfast Grange. List of attending.June 14, 1933, p. 9
McDonald, Katherine Anna (Mrs.)[Friendship, Apr 19] wf/o Patrick Henry McDonald; funeral held at Sacred Heart Ch., Tues., Rev. Ferdinand Zumbusch; bur. Sacred Heart Cem. Pallbearers: Maurice Hartigan, William Mullan, William Hart, John Hurley, Sr., and John Minton (Friendship) and William Hearn (Port Byron, NY). d/o John and Mary Dougherty Clearly; b. May 12, 1862, Andover, NY; md. Patrick Henry McDonald at Belmont, Apr 19, 1897; res. Friendship 30 yrs. Survived by: husb.; dau. Irene McDonald (Rochester); s. D. Elroy McDonald (this place) and bro. Francis Cleary (Scio). Mrs. McDonald d. at home, Linwood Ave., Sat. List of attendedApr 19, 1933, p. 4
McDonald, Theodore Jennings[Friendship, Oct 9] age 82 yrs.; d. at home, West Water St., Sun.; heart attack; b. Sharon Center, Pa., June 15, 1852; res. Friendship 50 + yrs. Survived by: wid. Mrs. Harriet Hitchcock McDonald; step-daus. Wilna M. Hitchcock (Friendship) and Mrs. Clifford Herrick (Nile); bro. Charles McDonald (Caledonia, NY). Funeral will be Tues., Rev. Clara Morgan (Coshocton, NY) former pastor Universalist Ch. here; bur. Mount Hope Cem.Oct 9, 1933, p. 4
McDowell, Mary Elizabeth (Mrs.)[Friendship, Feb 18] age 84 yrs.; res. Friendship 50 yrs.; d. at home, West Main St., Fri.; b. Feb 28, 1848, West Almond; d/o Mr. and Mrs. David and Lovina Cooper McGibeny; attended Angelica Academy and Richburg Academy; taught school in Allegany Co. and Pennsylvania; md. 60 yrs. ago, Alexander McGibeny, d. Oct 20, 1906. Survived by: s. Raymond McGibeny (Friendship); sis. Mrs. Sarah Stickney (Friendship); bro. LaMott McGibeny, (Phillips Creek). Memb. Universalist Ch. and Women's Christian Temperance Union. Funeral will be Mon., from home, Rev. Otis F. Alvord and Miss Lillian Hasley, former pastors Universalist Ch.; bur. Belmont Cem.Feb 18, 1933, p. 4
McGibney, Albert W.[Richburg, Apr 18] infant s/o Mr. and Mrs. Willis McGibney, d. Mon.; ill 6 wks.; b. Nov 23, 1931. Funeral will be Wed., Mrs. J. Bellinger Smith, officiating.Apr 18, 1933, p. 4
McGibney, Albert W.[Bolivar, Apr 20] funeral held Wed., form home, Mrs. J. Bellinger Smith (Olean) officiated; bur. Richburg Cem. List of attended.Apr 20, 1933, p. 4
McGibney, Mrs. LaMott[Belmont, Sep 28] Of Phillips Creek; funeral was at home, Tues., Rev. Harris T. Hall, St. Phillip's Episcopal Ch., bur. Forest Hill Cem. Pallbearers: nephews, Ellsworth Watson, Clair Watson, Louis Hooker, Lynn Watson, Malcom Bennett and Porter Bennett. Mrs. McGibney b. Almond, May 25, 1854; md. 1873 LaMott McGibney. Survived by: husb.; sons James and Leon (at home), daus. Carrie McGibney (at home), Mrs. Mary Palmer (Springville). Memb. Women's Christian Temperance Union.Sep 28 1932, p. 4
McKee, Ida[Bolivar, Dec 21] wid/o Alonzo H. McKee; d. at home, Friendship St., Tues.; b. Pittsburgh March 30, 1860; md May 6, 1876; came to Bolivar 1882. Survived by: s. William J. McKee (Allentown); foster-s. Harold McKee (Wellsville); daus. Mrs. Anna Lund (Oil City) and Mrs. Hazel Scott (Cuba); bros. H. E. Buzzard (Friendship) and John Buzzard (Pittsburgh); sisters Mrs. Kate Berry (Sewickley, Pa.), Mrs. Carrie Templeton (Oakmont, Pa.), Mrs. Emma Adams (Siverly, Pa.) and Mrs. Bertha Pile (Richmond, Va.). Memb. Women's Christian Temperance Union, Maccabees, and Trilby Rebekah Lodge. Funeral will be at home, Fri.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem., Rev. Roy L. Webber, Episcopal Ch. (Cuba).Dec 19 1932, p. 4
McManiom, John[Belfast, June 7] age 33 yrs.; d. St. Francis Hosp., NY City, Sun. Survived by mother, Mrs. Anna McManiom (Pearl River, NY). Body rem. to home of Mrs. Mary Fee (this village); bur. Holy Cross Cem. Shepard & Son, Funeral directors.Jun 7, 1933, p. 4
Mess, Elizabeth (Mrs.)[Wellsville, Dec. 16] res. 69 Oak St., d. Jones Memorial Hosp.; funeral held this afternoon, Rev. L. A. Petross; bur. Woodlawn Cem. Mrs. Mess b. Germany, Apr 6, 1865; came to this country 1888; md. Oct 14, 1890 Matthew Mess Sr. Survived by: husb.; children Mrs. Christine Joiner (Cleveland), Matthew Mess Jr. (Oil City, Pa.); William Mess (Belmont), Mrs. Mary Hull (Buffalo) and Mrs. Elizabeth Yearke (Wellsville).Dec 18 1933, p. 4
Miller, Lillian (Mrs.)[Cuba, Sep 28] wid/o Dr. Francis H. Miller; d. at home, South St., Wed.; b. at Phillipsburg, NJ, 1863; md. Dr. Miller June 30, 1880, Jersey City; res. Brooklyn until 1914; moved to Cuba. Survived by: sons Willoughby Ward Miller, Francis W. Miller (both Brooklyn) and Durand R. Miller (East Rockaway, L.I.); daus. Mrs. Herbert W. Dole (West Orange, NJ; Mrs. Floyd Appleton (Woodbury, Conn.) and Muriel Miller, Plainfield, NJ. Memb. Christ Episcopal Ch. Funeral will be Fri. at Christ Ch.; bur. Cuba Cem.Sep 28, 1933, p. 4
Miner, Alice (Mrs.)[Cuba, June 29] age 69 yrs.; d. Tues. at home; wid/o Elmer Miner of Cuba. Survived by dau. Mrs. Glenn Jordan (Olean), sons Henry Miner (Wellsville) and Charles Miner (Rochester). Funeral to be at home of cous. Herbert Ives on Thurs.June 29 1932, p. 3
Miner, Fred (Mrs.)[Cuba, June 6] d. Mon., at home in Black Creek; res. Black Creek 34 yrs. Survived by: husb. and bro. Chares Drew, Cuba. Funeral will be Wed. from home; Rev. George Chamberlain; bur. Black Creek Cem.June 6, 1933, p. 4
Minton, Catherine Shields (Mrs.)[Friendship, Mar 1] age 82 yrs.; d. Sun.; funeral was Tues. at home, North Branch and Sacred Heart Ch., Rev. Ferdinand Zumbusch; bur. family lot in Sacred Heart Cem. Pallbearers: William H. Hart, Edward J. Hart, James Mullan, Patrick Henry McDonald, Maurice Hartigan and William Mullan. Catherine Shields b. Richburg, June 14, 1850, d/o of Lawrence and Bridget Howe Shields; res. Friendship 51 yrs.; md Aug 6, 1882, Friendship, Michael Minton, d. Dec. 13, 1930. Survived by: daus. Rose Minton (home), Mrs. Thomas Fitzsimmons (Portville); sons John and William Minton (Friendship); bros. James Shields (Elmira) and William Shields, Sr. (Shinglehouse). List of out of town relatives attended.Mar 1, 1933, p. 4
Mix, Charles S.[Bolivar, Apr 17] d. Sun. at home of s. John Mix, Bolivar; heart attack; b. Dec 26, 1854, Bolivar; memb. IOOF. Survived by: sons John and Arthur Mix (Bolivar); daus., Mrs. Stella Marsh (Andover), Mrs. Fred Sherwood (Richburg) and Mrs. Louis Monroe (Bolivar). Funeral will be from home of s. John Mix, Tues., Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Apr 17, 1933, p. 4
Mix, Charles S.[Bolivar, Apr 19] funeral held Tues. from home of s. John Mix, Bolivar; Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Maple Lawn Cem. Pallbearers: Frank Hayward, Arthur Sizer, W. C. Doane, Edward Smith, Burr Smith, Burr Van Deventer. List of attended.Apr 19, 1933, p. 4
Moag, William[Wellsville, Sep 28] Age 40; b. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1891; s/o Mr. & Mrs. James Moag; prev. res. of Pavilion, NY; came to Wellsville from Cuba 4 yrs. ago. Survived by: parents; wid. Mrs. Olga Moag; children Alton, Kenneth and Wilma; bros. Samuel, Hugh, and Howard (Pavilion) and Robert and Alfred (Perry); sis. Mrs. Harold Altolft (LeGrange, NY). Sep 28 1932, p. 4
Moore, Mary (Mrs.)[Scio, Oct 29] Age 83 yrs., of Scio; d. Thurs. Funeral to be St. Patrick's Ch. (Belfast), Mon., Rev. Farrell; bur. Belfast Cem. Mrs. Moore b. Hume, Nov 25, 1848; lived in Canaseraga and Tuscarora; moved to Scio 9 yrs. ago. Survived by sons James C. Moore (Groveland) and William Moore (Scio). Husb. Dennis Moore d. 1909. Oct 29, 1932, p. 4
Morehouse, William[Bolivar, Oct 31] Retired oil gauger; d. Oct 31 at home, South St.; res. Bolivar 30 yrs.; b. Mar 14, 1860 in Sherman, W.Va. Survived by: wife, Mrs. Nina Morehouse; bro. George Morehouse (Olean). Memb. Methodist Episcopal Ch. Funeral to be Wed. at home, Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Oct 31 1932, p. 4
Muldoon, William[New York, June 3] famous conditioner of athletes; d. home; age 88 last May 25; Muldoon Health farm at Purchase, nr. White Plains, Westchester Co.; adopted dau., Miss Margaret Farrell. Mr. Muldoon was b. May 25, 1815, s/o a farmer, Belfast, NY; Civil War Vet.June 3, 1933, p. 4
Mulkin, Fred C.[Friendship, Sep 7] Supervisor of Friendship; funeral at home, Main St., Thurs., Rev. Wesley F. Chauncey, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; Masonic service read by Dan M. Todd, Allegany Lodge No. 235, F&AM. Bur. Mount Hope Cem. Pallbearers: Harry L. Blossom, Benjamin J. Rice, Malcom C. Mason, Dr. E. Stanley Webster, M. Carey Drake, Leslie L. LeSuer (Members Friendship Town Board). List of attending.Sep 8, 1933, p. 4
Murray, Emma (Mrs.)[West Clarksville, Apr 26] of West Clarksville; funeral at home Sat., Rev. Sarah Branard, pastor Baptist Ch.; bur. West Clarksville Cem. Pallbearers: Roy DeYoe, George Todd, Edward Sweetland, Carl Conklin, William Murray, Lloyd Murray. Apr 25 1932, p. 3
Nicholson, John D.[Belmont, July 26] d. Tues. at home; propr. Nicholson's Drug Store; once shipping clerk Clark Bros. Co., Olean; former village clerk, water board clerk, memb. Belmont school board; chief of Belmont Fire Dept.; Republican part. Mr. Nicholson was b. Sep 9, 1888 at Bolivar, NY; md. Ella Welch, June 7, 1911. Survived by: wife; dau. Phyllis; sons Donald, Robert and Thomas (all Belmont); bro. James Nicholson (Palm Harbor, Fla.); sisters Mable Nicholson (Belmont) and Mrs. John J. Bennett (Chicago). Funeral will be Fri. at home; bur. Forest Hill Cem.July 26, 1933, p. 4
Nicholson, John D.[Belmont, July 29] bolt lightning, Fri. at funeral services at home on Willets Ave.; 100 + people affected; Rev. Harris T. Hall, St. Phillip's Episcopal Ch.; bur. Forest Hill Cem.July 29, 1933, p. 4
Noble, Burdette[Belmont, Feb 4] d. Wed., age 76 yrs.; funeral this afternoon; bur. Forest Hill Cem.; b. Apr 27, 1857 (Belmont); s/o Hiram Noble and Emily Sortore, founders of Phillipsville (later Belmont) vicinity of Windus bridge. Survived by: daus. Mrs. May Windus and Mrs. Anson Fuller (Corbin Hill).Feb 4, 1933, p. 4
Nugent, Jerome B.[Bolivar, Oct 16] age 25; state trooper; d. Sat. at Brooks Memorial Hosp., Dunkirk; motorcycle accident while on duty; b. Friendship, Dec 5, 1907, s/o Bert Charles Nugent and Leona Landfield; grad. Friendship High School; joined New York State Constabulary May 1929; md. May 18, 1930 Winnifred Sheldon (Batavia). Survived by: wife; parents Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Nugent (Bolivar); sis. Hattie Belle Nugent (Dansville); bro. Reginald Nugent (Bolivar). Funeral will be Tues. at home of parents in Bolivar and Methodist Episcopal Ch., Friendship, Rev. W. F. Chauncey; bur. Maple Grove Cem.Oct 16, 1933, p. 4
Nugent, Jerome B.[Friendship, Oct 18] Military funeral services in charge of NY State Troopers was Tues. Prayer services were Tues. at home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Nugent (Bolivar). Funeral was at Methodist Episcopal Ch. Pallbearers: Corp. Augustus F. Nelson, Corp. Pal J. Mellody, Corp.. Samuel J. Vint, Corp. Guy W. Hamin, Corp. Eugene F. Hoyt and Corp. Richard A. Brecht. Bur. in Maple Grove Cem., Friendship. List of people participating and attending.Oct 18, 1933, p. 4
Ockerman, Davis S.[Scio, Aug 15] d. Mon., funeral will be at home Wed., Rev. E. H. Hammond; bur. Fairlawn Cem.; res. Scio 15 yrs.; formerly res. of Wellsville.Aug 15, 1933, p. 4
O'Connor, Thomas[Wellsville, Sep 12] age 77; res. Wellsville; d. at home, Farnum St., Mon.; ill 2 wks.; insurance office, retired. Memb. Board of education and Immaculate Conception Ch. and Holy Name Society. Survived by s. Dr. Maurice O'Connor (Springville) and daus. Mrs. Helen Gardner (Canisteo) and Marian O'Connor (Wellsville); bros. P. O. O'Connor (Wellsville) and Maurice O'Connor; sisters Mrs. W. C. Middaugh and Mrs. James Smith (Tulsa, Okla.)Sep 12, 1933, p. 4
O'Connor, Thomas[Wellsville, Sep 13. D. Mon. at home; funeral will be Thurs. at home and Immaculate Conception Ch.; bur. in Woodlawn Cem. Mr. O'Conner was in timber and grocery business in early yrs.; later oil producing; served as Supervisor of Wellsville 1938; chairman of Democratic Committee; delegate to convention that nominated Grove Cleveland for pres.; appt. postmaster of Assembly under Gov. Hill; paymaster of State Senate; postmaster at Wellsville under Pres. Cleveland; member of Wellsville Board of Education; member of Wellsville Lodge of Elks; charter memb. Knights of Columbus Lodge, No. 919, Wellsville; first pres. Emerald Hook and Ladder Fire Co. Mr. O'Connor md. Helen Nichols (Wellsville) June 16, 1887. Survived by: wife; son, daus., siblings unnamed.Sep 13, 1933, p. 4
O'Donnell, William R. (Mrs.)[Wellsville, Dec. 30] d. at Scotch Plains, NJ; funeral will be in Immaculate Conception Ch., here, Tues., Rev. P. C. Tracy, bur. in Sacred Heart Cem.; b. Wellsville; res. Wellsville until abt. 5 yrs. ago.; md. Aug 4, 1928 to William R. O'Donnell (Rosell, NJ). Survived by: husb.; parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Higgins; sisters, Mary, Frances, Anna, and Sister M. Purcratia (all Wellsville).Dec 30, 1933, p.
Olmstead, Pearl (Mrs.)[Richburg, Mar 27] wf/o Judson Olmstead; d. Sun.; b. Honeoye, Feb. 11, 1871; age 67 yrs.; res. Richburg 19 yrs. Survived by: husb.; s. Dorr Wood (Richburg). Funeral will be at home, Tues., bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Mar 27 1933, p. 4
Olmstead, Pearl (Mrs.)[Richburg, Mar 29] funeral Tues., from home, Rev. W. M. Mason; bur. Maple Lawn Cem., Bolivar. Pallbearers: Charles Saunders, Lloyd Saunders, Homer Cooley, William Jennings, Floyd Stone and Roy Webber. Mrs. & Mrs. O. Rice (Wellsville) and Mrs. Anna Benjamin (Andover) attended.Mar 29, 1933, p. 4
Padden, John[Andover, Sep 7] Hit by train; age 25, of Andover; discovered Tues. by William Gallagher, night watchman at Andover Silk Mill. Coroner H. E. Cooley (Wellsville). Mr. Padden s/o Mr. & Mrs. Edward Padden, Railroad Ave.Sep 7 1932, p. 4
Patterson, Charlotte Evingham (Mrs.)[Belmont, Dec 27] funeral will be from late home, 1 mi. west of Belmont, Tues., Rev. J. E. Thompson, Baptist Ch., bur. Forest Hills Cem., Belmont. Mrs. Patterson d. Sat., age 81 yrs., survived by husb., Julius A. Patterson; s. Julius A. Patterson Jr. (Belmont); dau. Mrs. Paul Horn (Galeton, Pa.). Md. July 24, 1870.Dec 27, 1933, p. 4
Pendleton, Frank J.[Bolivar, Sep 21] age 66, of Allentown; d. Jones Memorial Hosp., Tues.; res. Allentown 30 yrs; pumper; b. Aug 9, 1867, town of Amity, s/o John and Mary White Pendleton; md. Emma Hawley. Survived by: wife; bros. Harry Pendleton (Belmont) and John Pendleton (Scio); sis. Mrs. E. E. Postmaster (Goshen, Ind.) Memb. Masonic Lodge of Wellsville; IOOF Lodge of Allentown; Methodist Ch., Allentown. Sep 21, 1933, p. 4
Peterson, Evie (Mrs.)[Scio, Aug 23] Funeral was held at Methodist Episcopal Ch., Mon., Elder A. R. P. Johnson, Seventh Day Adventist Ch.; selections sung by Mrs. Ralph Morris and Mrs. O. T. Barnes (Olean).Aug 23 1932, p. 3
Pierce Louisa (Mrs.)[Cuba, Nov 17] age 72 yrs.; d. at home of dau. Mrs. William Matylas, Tues. Survived by: dau.; s. Otto (Cuba). Funeral will be Fri. at home, West Main St., Rev. H. C. Evans, Methodist Ch.; bur. Mount View Cem. Olean.Nov 17 1932, p. 4
Pierce Louisa (Mrs.)[Cuba, Nov 18] age 73 yrs.; d. Tues. at home of dau. Mrs. William Matylas. Funeral this afternoon, at home, West Main St., Rev. H. E. Evans (Cuba) Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Mount View Cem., Olean. Survived by: dau., Mrs. Matylas; sons Otto Pierce (Cuba) and Earl Pierce (Chicago).Nov 18 1932, p. 3
Porter, Henry J.[Wellsville, Dec 20] d. Jones Memorial Hosp., Tues.; age 80; funeral will be in late home, Thurs.; b. Castleton, Canada May 26, 1853, s/o George and Amelia Wiley Porter; came to this country age 3, res. in Savona, Willing, Belmont, Genesee, Pa., Ulysses, Pa. and Wellsville; md. Oct 12, 1872 Ella L. Ackerman d. Apr 24, 1928. Survived by: George A. Porter (Buffalo). Memb. Wellsville Lodge F&AM NO. 230 and Baptist Ch.Dec 20, 1933, p. 4
Prescott, Allen C. (Rev.)[Cuba, Dec 18] former rector Christ Ch., Cuba; d. Dec 14, Helena, Montana; b. New Haven, Conn. Feb 16, 1861; rector Cuba ch. 10 yrs.; w/ St. Peter's Ch., Helena last 15 yrs. Survived by dau. Mrs. Robert C. Howard (Cuba); g-daus. Mrs. E. A. Dudley (Livonia, NY) and Elizabeth Howard (Cuba). Funeral held Sat. at St. Peter's Cathedral; bur. Helena, Mont. Cem.Dec 18 1933, p. 4
Prosnam, Jeremiah F.[Cuba, Jan 6] age 62 yrs.; res. Boston, Mass.; funeral Sat. at Our Lady of Angels Ch. in Cuba; bur. Cuba Cem.; sis. Mrs. John Flavin (Genesee St.); d. at home (Boston) Tues. Survived by: wife, Mary; step-s. John McNiff (Boston) and sis. Mrs. Flavin (Cuba). Memb. Railway Trainmen.Jan 6 1933, p. 4
Quimby, Homer M.[Belmont, June 23] age 62 yrs., d. Thurs at home, Belmont; heart ailment; b. Homer twp., Potter Co., Pa.; res. of Olean many yrs.; carpenter; financial sec. of Carpenters and Joiners Union; moved to Weston Mills; res. Belmont 7 yrs.; charter memb. Modern Woodmen of America. Survived by: sisters Mrs. Annadel Quimby (Coudersport, Pa.) and Mrs. Minnie Atkinson (Newfane, NY); sons, Levi Quimby, Lawrence Quimby, Lowell Quimby, Loris Quimby and Laben Quimby (all this village). Funeral will be Sat., Rev. Chauncey (Friendship), bur. Inez, Pa.June 23, 1933, p. 4
Rahr, Ernest C.[Wellsville, July 13] age 70; Scio farmer; d. Jones Memorial Hosp., Wellsville, Mon.; admitted. to hosp. July 4 poisonous dose; res. Scio 12 yrs.; b. Wellsville, Oct 27, 1861, s/o Henry & Henrietta Shear Rahr; moved to Wellsville; md Feb 28, 1888 Mary Braunschweiger. Survived by: wife; sons William E. Rahr (Glenns Falls) and Andrew C. Rahr (Wellsville). Funeral will be Thurs. at home of s. Andrew Rahr and Trinity Lutheran Ch., Rev. A. R. Potrafke; b. in Woodlawn cam.July 13 1932, p. 8
Raymond, William[Belfast, Nov 4] age 27; d. Fillmore Hosp., Fri. farm accident. Survived by: wf. Mrs. Betty Raymond (Erie, Pa.); dau. Dorothy Marie Walbridge (Hornell), s. William Henry Marsh (Bolivar); mother Mrs. Mildred Farrington (Belfast); sis. Mrs. Ruth Lockwood (Caneadea); bro. Carl Raymond (Caneadea). Funeral will be Tues.; bur. Oramel Cem.; Sheppard Funeral Home.Nov 4, 1933, p. 4
Reed, William[Belfast, Nov 16] d. at home, Hugh St., Sun. Funeral will be at Sheard & Son Funeral Home, Thurs.; bur. Oramel Cem. Nov 16 1932, p. 4
Reese, Ellen Briggs (Mrs.)[Friendship, May 19] age 85 yrs.; res. Friendship; wid/o John Matthew Reese; funeral at home, Pennsylvania Ave., Thurs.; Rev. W. Aubrey Arlin, First Congregational Ch.; bur. family lot, Mount Hope Cem.; b. Black Creek, Oct 9, 1847. Survived by: niece, Mrs. Ellen Fairchilds (Smethport, Pa.); nephews Dr. Elias B. Prentice (New York City), George Prentice, Reuben Prentice (Olean), Samuel Prentice (Portland, Ore.), William and Arthur Prentice (Lake View, NY). May 19, 1933, p. 4
Reeves, Helen Cowles (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Dec 27] former res. Bolivar; d. Tues. in Buffalo; ill 3 wks.; dau/o Mr. and Mrs. Porter Cowles; survived by bro. and niece Alice Cowles (Buffalo). Bur. will be Maple Lawn Cem., Thurs., Arthur Gregson, Methodist Episcopal Ch.Dec 27 1933, p. 2
Rice, Joseph F.[Friendship, Dec. 2] Friendship and Jamestown attorney; former District Attorney of Allegany Co.; funeral held at home of bro. Charles J. Rice, Main St., Fri.; Rev. Wesley F. Chauncey, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Grove Cem. Pallbearers: Ros A. Spoto, Dr. Harry S. Reger, Oliver R. Johnson, Hugh V. N. Bodine, Henry C. Almy and Burdette L. Whipple. List of attending.Dec 2, 1933, p. 4
Richardson, Arthur H.[Bolivar, Nov 20] d. Sat. at home; carpenter; res. this vicinity entire life; b. at Hallsport, Aug 14, 1874, s/o Philo and Janet Hall Richardson. Survived by: wife; children Philo Richardson (Wellsville), Howard Richardson (Ennis, Montana), Charlotte Richardson, Nelson Richardson, Robert Richardson and Phillip Richardson (home); bro. R. B. Richardson (Bolivar). 33rd wedding anniv. Dec. 5. Funeral will be at home, Tues., Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Woodlawn Cem., Wellsville.Nov 20, 1933, p. 4
Riggall, Sarah Ann (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Jan 3] wid/o John Riggall; d. Mon at home of dau. Mrs. H. B. Yerdon, Olive St. Mrs. Rigall b. Knox, Pa. Feb 23, 1842, d/o Fred and Sarah Bowman Cobler; md John Rigall, Sep 1868; moved to Bolivar 1884 from Bradford; memb. Methodist Episcopal Ch. Survived by sons Frank Riggall (Bradford) and Edward Riggall (Texas); daus. Mrs. C. M. Van Curen and Mrs. H. B. Yerdon (Bolivar); sis. Mrs. Liza McCammon (Mystic, Ia.). Funeral to be Thurs. from home, Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Jan 3, 1933, p. 4
Rogers, Allen C.[Cuba, Sep 2] Age 79 yrs.; d. Black Creek, Wed., stroke; eldest s/o George D. & Sylvia Rogers; b. New Hudson, Jan 26, 1853. Survived by: daus. Mrs. Ivan J. Osman (Cuba), Sylvia Rogers, teacher (Highstown, NJ); s. Harry Rogers (Hyde Park, Mass.); half-bro. C. S. Gay (Boston, Mass.) Funeral will be Sat., Rev. Homer Evans, Cuba Methodist Episcopal Ch. Memb. Cuba Lodge 306, F&AM; bur. at Black Creek Cem.Sep 2 1932, p. 3
Rogers, LaVern Stephen[Cuba, Aug 23] manager of Wilson Clothing Store (Cuba); d. Aug. 23 at Cuba Memb. Hosp.; b. Black Creek Dec. 6, 1896, s/o Alva & Isabelle Rogers; grad. Cuba High School; enlisted U.S. Army for WW service; served w/ 15th Field Artillery and 325th Field Artillery; commissioned 2nd Lieut. at Saumur, France; served 14 mos.; md July 23, 1921 Elizabeth Wilson. Survived by; wife, dau. Rosanne; bros. Leslie (Utica), Burt (Niagara Falls) and sis. Mrs. Henry Green (Cuba); memb. Masonic Fraternity; vestryman of Christ Ch.; Post commander of Cuba Post, Amer. Legion; past pres. of Cuba Chamber of Commerce; memb. Exchange Club; scoutmaster Troop 8, BSAAug 23 1932, p. 6
Rogers, Oliver[West Cuba, Aug 17] age 79, d. at West Cuba, Tues. Survived by: dau. Mrs. W. H. Booth (West Clarksville); sons George M. Rogers and Clarence Rogers (Cuba); sis. Mrs. Mattie Moses (Richburg). Funeral to be Thurs. at home of George Wilbur (West Clarksville), Elder Mason (Richburg) officiating; bur. Cuba Cem.Aug 17 1932, p. 6
Root, Erastus F.[Bolivar, Oct 5] d. Tues. at home on Little Genesee Rd.; formerly in oil and lumber business. Survived by: wife; s. Asa root; g-dau. Helen Root; step-s. Harry Root; sis. Mrs. Elizabeth Garthwait. Funeral to be from home, Thurs., Rev. Arthur Gregson, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Oct 5 1932, p. 15
Rork, Eltonof Black Creek; d. at home this morn. Survived by: wid. Mrs. Hattie Rork; s. Leon Rork; g-daus. Irene and Neva Rork; bro. Ansel Rork. Funeral will be Sat., Congregational Ch., Black Creek, Rev. Shipman; bur. Black Creek Cem.Aug. 17, 1933, p. 3
Rosa, George C.[Wellsville, Jan 3] age 69 yrs.; pres. Scoville-Brown Co.; d. Mon. at home, Madison St. Survived by: wife; daus. Mary Rosa (Syracuse) and Mrs. Raymond Piper (Wellsville)Jan 3, 1933, p. 4
Rosa, George C.[Wellsville, Jan 4] age 69; d. Mon. at home; funeral will be Thurs., Methodist Ch., Rev. Ernest E. Davis (Rochester) former pastor ch. here, assisted by Rev. Richard E. Lentz, Christian Temple; bur. Woodlawn cem. Jan 4, 1933, p. 4
Rowley, Ellsworth[Cuba, Nov 10] Age 71 yrs.; d. at Olean General Hosp., Tues.; ill several wks. Survived by bros. Arby and William Rowley (Cuba). Funeral will be at late home South Cuba, Fri., Rev. Robert Pursley, Presbyterian Ch.; bur. at Cuba Cem.Nov 10 1932, p. 4
Ryan, Leon F.[Wellsville, July 31] age 53; of Wellsville and Washington; d. Sat., Lockport; heart attack. Mr. Ryan was b. Wellsville, Apr 1880, s/o late John Ryan and Sarah Manion; emp. in Washington, U.S. Civil Service 25 yrs.; retired June 1933; ret. to Wellsville. Survived by: bros. Rev. John Ryan (Niagara Falls), Joseph Ryan (Beckenridge, Texas), Edward Ryan (Seminole, Okla.), William and Vincent Ryan (Wellsville); sis. Agnes Ryan (Wellsville). Memb. 4th degree Knights of Columbus; Holy Name Soc., St. Vincent's Ch., Washington; Immaculate Conception Ch., Wellsville. Funeral will be in Immaculate Conception Ch., Rev. John Ryan; bur. Sacred Heart Cem.July 31, 1933, p. 4
Sanborn, Adelaide H. (Mrs.)[Friendship, Jan 24] wid/o Rev. John W. Sanborn, former pastor Methodist Episcopal Ch (Friendship), d. at home, High St., Mon.; long illness. Mrs. Sanborn b. Feb 22, 1869, Brooklyn, NY, d/o William Henry and Emma D. Hiscox; md. Nov. 27, 1886, Clifton Springs, NY; moved to Friendship 1901; Rev. Sanborn d. Oct 14, 1932. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Olive E. Wilkins (Friendship), sons Arthur P. Sanborn (Glenn Falls) and Harold H. Sanborn (Friendship); g-dau. Olive Wilkins (Friendship), g-s. Elmer W. Wilkins (Friendship), sisters Mrs. Francis E. Bacon and Mrs. Ralph Roseberry (Los Angeles, Calif.); bros. George Hiscox (Brooklyn) and Henry Hiscox (Los Angeles). Memb. Methodist Episcopal Ch., Friendship Grange and Women's Relief Corps.Jan 24 1933, p. 4
Sanborn, Adelaide H. (Mrs.)[Friendship, Jan 27] funeral was at family res., High St., Thurs., Rev. Wesley F. Chauncey, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. in family lot, Mount Hope Cem. Pallbearers: William S. Brown, William J. Breadon, Floyd E. Barrett, Ora O. Mulkin, Maurice J. Cowles and Floyd G. Spencer.Jan 27, 1933, p. 4
Saunders, Wayland F.[Belmont, Nov 16.] Rural Mail carrier 30 yrs.; life-long res. Funeral to from late home, Greenwich St., Thurs., Rev. A. C. Ehret, Alfred Seventh Day Baptist Ch.; bur. Forest Hill Cem. Mr. Saunders b. Bolivar, June 7, 1873; md. 1897 Pearl Henry (d. 6 yrs. ago). Survived by: s. Wayne A. Saunders (Belmont); bro. Myron F. Saunders (Belmont). Memb. National Rural Mail Carriers Assoc.Nov 16 1932, p. 4
Saunders, Wealthy O. (Mrs.)[Richburg, Nov 13) wid. W. O. Saunders of Richburg; funeral was Sun. at home, Rev. E. H. Bottoms (Nile); bur. Richburg Cem. Mrs. Saunders d. Thurs.; age 74 yrs.; memb. Seventh Day Baptist Ch. Survived by: daus. Mrs. Lelia Pierce and Mrs. Edna Pierce (Alfred); Mrs. Suse Drake (Shinglehouse), Mrs. Grace Cowles, Mrs. Faith Saunders, and Mrs. Leon Kenyon (Richburg); sons Charles Saunders and Floyd Saunders; bros. Will Crandall (Warren, O.) and Archie Crandall (Tulsa, Okla.) Pallbearers: Lloyd Pierce, Kenneth Pierce, Lyle Pierce, Crandall Cowles, Lloyd McCrea, and Eral Stohr, grandsons. Nov 13, 1933, p. 3
Schwab, Caroline D. (Mrs.)[Cuba, Apr 13], age 72; d. Tues. at 9 Grove St., Cuba; survivors: J. Wesley Schwab, s. (Cuba), C. Ora Schwab, s. (Olean); Jay and Annette Schwab, g-ch (Cuba); funeral Thurs.; Rev. C. E. Malcomson; bur. Black Creek Cem.Apr 13 1932, p. 4
Sears, Charles Elbridge[Belmont, Aug 15] age 82 yrs.; retired farmer; native of Houghton; d. at home, Greenwich St., Sun. Funeral will be Wed., at home; bur. Forest Hill Cem. Mr. Sears was s/o William H. and Eveline Andrews Sears; md. Helen A. Mourehouse Feb 28, 1870; started housekeeping in canalboat on Erie Canal; res. Belmont 53 yrs.; ret. 13 yrs. ago. Survived by: wife; s. G. LaRue Sears (Belmont); daus. Mrs. Milton Evingham (Belmont), Mrs. Earl Munger (Perry), Mrs. Walter Windus (Alma), Mrs. Eva Wallace (Syracuse), Mrs. Edward Powers (Union Springs).Aug 15, 1933, p. 4
Seberry, Ruth[Cuba, Mar 3] age 33 yrs.; wf/o Howard Seberry of Whites Creek, d. Thurs. at Cuba Memorial Hosp. Survived by: husb.; parents Mrs. and Mrs. Clifton Ruchel (Cuba Summit); sis. Mayme (at home). Funeral will be Sun. from parents' home, Rev. Chauncey; bur. Maple Hill Cem.Mar 3, 1933, p. 4
Seely, Helen M. (Mrs.)wid./o Dexter W. Seely; d. this morn. at home of dau. Mrs. A. M. LeMessurier (Syracuse); b. Cuba, NY, Sep 25, 1862; md. Dec 4, 1883; res. Olean until 1929. Survived by: daus. Mrs. LeMessurier (Syracuse), Mrs. Fenton B. Weaver (Bolivar); s. J. Floyd Seely (Cuba), bros. J. Fenton Olive (Cuba), Chester Olive (Panama Canal Zone); sis. Mrs. Margaret Peterson (Cuba). Member Electa Chap. No. 81, Order of Eastern Star, matron in 1897; First Presbyterian Ch. Mr. Seely assoc. w/ Charles W. Smith in grocery firm Smith & Seely. Keely & Curry's Funeral Parlors (Olean); funeral will be at First Presbyterian Ch. Tues.Jan 7, 1933, p. 4
Sera, John L.[Cuba, Oct 17] Age 60 yrs; of Black Creek; d. Cuba Hosp. Sun.; ill 4 wks. Mr. Sera b. at Vandalia, Mar 26, 1872; emp. by Bradford Supply Co. 20 yrs.; moved to Black Creek a yr. ago. Survived by: wife, Mrs. Fannie Sera (Black Creek); daus. Mrs. Alice Burt (Bradford) and Mrs. Lenard Leasure (Black Creek); s. John H. Sera (Bradford); bro. Edward Sera (Bradford). Pettit Funeral Parlors (Cuba). Funeral to be from home, Wed.Oct 17 1932, p. 4
Sherwood, Frank (Mrs.)[Farmers Valley, Oct 17] funeral will be Wed., at home in Farmers Valley, Rev. Mr. Atkins; bur. Friendship Cem. Mrs. Sherwood, res. Farmers Valley, d. Mon. at Bradford Hosp.; b. Friendship, June 25, 1893; res. Friendship until 2 yrs ago. Survived by: husb.; sons Lyle, Frank Jr. and Richard Sherwood; daus. Ruth, Marie, Gertrude, Betty Lou Sherwood (all at home), Mrs. Edith Gardner (Allentown) and Mrs. Thelma Walters (Spring Mills); mother Mrs. Fred Smith (Erie); sisters, Mrs. Fred Wheeler (Bradford), Mrs. Donald Curtin (Bolivar) and Mrs. Matt Nicholson (Addison, NY); bros. William Lorrow (Smethport) and LeRoy Lorrow (Summerdale, NY)Oct 17, 1933, p. 4
Shields, George Francis[Bolivar, Oct 4] age 20 yrs.; former res. Olean; d. this morning, 29 Main St. (Bolivar); b. Wellsville, Jan 11 1913; grad. St. Mary's School, Olean; s/o Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burgess; sis. Lucille Shields (Buffalo); funeral will be at home of aunt, Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Sherwood, 149 Wellsville St., Bolivar, Sat., St. Mary's Ch., Rev. E. J. McCaffery; bur. Sacred Heart Cem., Wellsville.Oct 4, 1933, p. 5
Sibley, F. B. (Mrs.)[Cuba, June 14] d. Mon. at home on South St., ill one wk. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Albert D. Hequeabourg (Scarsdale, NY), s. Walter F. Sibley (Cuba), sisters Mrs. Alvin C. Jackson (Sisterville, WV), Mrs. Sheridan Horner (Angelica). Funeral to be at family res. Thurs.June 14 1932, p. 3
Simpson, Fred (Mrs.)[Alfred Station, Dec 9] age 60; of Alfred; d. Bethesda Hosp., Hornell, today. Dr. R. O. Hitchcock attending physician; Survived by husband; only s. George Simpson, age 23.Dec 9, 1933, p. 4
Slade, B. L. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Aug 5] funeral held Thurs., Little Genesee, Rev. Harley Sutton, Seventh Day Baptist Ch., Little Genesee; bur. Wells Cem., Little Genesee. Pallbearers: D. P. Hall, A. J. Root, Ferris Whitford, Freeman Maxson. List of attending.Aug 5, 1933, p. 4
Slade, Byron L.[Bolivar, Dec 1] Age 78 yrs.; of Little Genesee; d. Wed.; retired farmer; ill past 5 yrs. Survived by: wife; s. Henry Slade; dau. Mrs. Albert Joy; bros. J. N. Slade, M. E. Slade and Herman Slade (Little Genesee) and sis. Mrs. Royal Davie (Belmont). Funeral will be home, Fri., Rev. Hurley Sutton, Seventh Day Baptist Ch.Nov 26 1932, p. 4
Slade, Byron L.[Bolivar, Dec 3] of Little Genesee; funeral at home, Fri., Rev. Hurley Sutton, Seventh Day Baptist Ch.; bur. Little Genesee Cem. Pallbearers: Freeman Maxson, Clifford Reed, Lyle Hazzard and D. P. Hall. List of persons attending.Dec 3 1932, p. 4
Slade, Mrs. Caroline[Bolivar, Aug 2] d. Tues., at home, Little Genesee; b. May 28, 1861, Portville, d/o Willoby Jacques and Caroline Leighton; wid/o Byron Slade, d. last Dec. Survived by: dau. Mrs. Albert Joy; s. Henry Slade (Little Genesee). Funeral will be at home, Thurs., Rev. Harley Sutton, Seventh Day Baptist Ch., Little Genesee; bur. Little Genesee.Aug 2, 1933, p. 4
Slafter, H. Annis[Belmont, Sep 2] funeral will be at home, 15 South St., Sun., Rev. Joseph Schnetzler (Union City, Pa.), Seventh Day Adventist Ch.; bur. in family lot, Forest Hills Cem., Belmont. Miss Slafter was b. Belmont, May 18, 1874, father Carlos Slafter d. 20 yrs. ago; mother Lucy Tracy Slafter d. 15 yrs. ago; Miss Helen J. Gilbert resided w/ deceased.Sep 2, 1933, p. 4
Slafter, Harriett Annis[Belmont, Sep 1] age 59 yrs., res. Belmont; d. Thurs, at home South St.; found by chief of Police George Thomas and Dep. Sheriffs Cuyler Clyde and Raymond Dare, called at request of neighbors. Memb. St. Philip's Episcopal Ch. and Catherine Schuyler Chapt. D.A.R.; d/o Carlos and Lucy Tracy Slafter.Sep 1, 1933, p. 4
Smith, Henry Alfred[Friendship, Oct 4] d. Tues. at home on West Water St.; res. Friendship 31 yrs.; Justice of the Peace past 21 yrs.; member town board; b. Merricksville, Ontario, Canada, Jan 19, 1854, s/o Albey and Thursey Smith; md. July 15, 1908 to Flora Potter at Knights Creek, NY. Survived by: wife; bro. Russell Smith and niece Marcia Smith (both Endeavor, Pa.). Funeral will be at home, Thurs., Rev. F. Chauncey, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. in Maple Grove Cem.Oct 4, 1933, p. 4
Smith, Josephine (Mrs.)[Wellsville, July 14] age 71 and s. Wallace age 45; Mrs. J.S. d. of heart disease; s. burned to death in cellarJuly 14 1932, p. 9; July 18, p. 8
Smith, Josephine (Mrs.) [Wellsville, July 15] d. from heart attack a few hrs. after fire; s. Wallace Smith d. in cellar; July 14 1932, p. 9; July 18, p. 8
Smith, Stella (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Jan 19] wf/o Samuel L. Smith; d. this morn.; long illness; b. July 6, 1869, Cambridge, Mass.; res. Bolivar 35 yrs. Survived by: husband; dau. Ruby Smith (Bolivar); s. Clayton Smith (Angelica); sisters Mrs. Earl Gilmore (Irvington, NJ) and Mrs. Rollin Houghton (Houghton, NY). Funeral will be Sat. from home, Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Angelica Cem.Jan 19 1933, p. 4
Smith, Stella (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Jan 23] funeral was sat., Rev. Arthur Gregson, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Angelica. List of friends and relatives attended.Jan 21 1933, p.4
Sortore, Ella[Belmont, Dec 15] res. Belmont; d. this morning. Miss Sortore was library Belmont Library since organized in 1885; b. Belmont, Apr 25, 1869, d/o Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sortore; memb. Belmont History and Literary Soc., King's Daughters and Presbyterian Ch.; organist of Presbyterian Ch. Sunday School. Survived by: mother, Mrs. Alice N. Sortore (Belmont); sis. Mrs. C. H. Beirman (Staten Island, NY); bro. Dr. J. F. Sortore (Belmont). Funeral will be Wed. at home; bur. in Forest Hill Cem.Dec 18 1933, p. 4
Stewart, Charles M. (Dr.)[Hume, Sep 12] Age 82 yrs.; d. Sun. at home; oldest member of medical frat. in Allegany Co.; oldest memb. Oriona Masonic Lodge of Fillmore. Survived by: sisters Mrs. Nina Minard (Hume) and Mrs. Mary Fish (West Valley); bro. Dr. Allen Stewart (Minnesota). Funeral to be Tues., Rev. Dean Bedford.Sep 12 1932, p. 4
Stilson, Paul[Bolivar, Apr 14] s/o Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stilson, d. Thus. at home, Salt Rising Rd.; rheumatic fever; b. Oswayo, Pa., May 1, 1918. Survived by: parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stilson (Oswayo, Pa.) and B. J. Densmore (Westons). Paul was a sophomore, Bolivar Central School; memb. BSA. Funeral will be Sat., Methodist Episcopal Ch., Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Apr 14, 1933, p. 5
Stilson, Paul[Bolivar, Apr 17] funeral Sat., Methodist Episcopal Ch., Rev. Arthur Gregson; bur. Maple Lawn Cem. Pallbearers: Manley McQueen, William Jones, James Hodnett, Robert Lain, Roy Schaffner and Earl Potter. List of attended.Apr 17, 1933, p. 4
Stocking, Emma (Mrs.)[Cuba, Jan 12] age 60 yrs.; d. Wed. at home, Black Creek. Survived by: 4 unnamed ch. Funeral will be Fri., Rev. Joseph Shipman, Black Creek.Jan 11, 1933, p. 4
Stockwell, Bradley W.[Belmont, Feb 22] age 80 yrs.; native of Birdsall; farmer; funeral this afternoon from home of Mrs. David W. Sherwood, Greenwich st., Belmont; d. there Mon.; pneumonia; bur. Angelica Cem., Rev. J. Ernest Thompson, Baptist. Mr. Stockwell was last of 13 children; b. May 2, 1853; lived in Charlotte, Mich., Niagara Falls, Ont. and Belmont, 2 yrs each, and Birdsall; md. Mary J. Norton (Birdsall) Sept. 4, 1877, d. Nov. 1930. Survived by: s. Homer M. Stockwell (Buffalo); dau. Mrs. J. Powers Mills (Fillmore).Feb 22, 1933, p. 4
Strayer, Lucy M. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Oct 24] Wid./o late Lorenzo D. Strayer; d. at home, Friendship St., Oct. 24; b. Meadville, Pa., Nov 16 1841; age 91 yrs. next mo.; res. Bolivar 40 yrs. Memb. Methodist Episcopal Ch.; charter memb. Trilby Rebekah Lodge. Survived by daus. Mrs. Murray Bascom (Bolivar) and Mrs. Hattie Fay (Wellsville), s. E. M. Strayer (Bolivar). Funeral to be at home Wed., Rev. Arthur Gregson, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. in Maple Lawn cam.Oct 24 1932, p. 4
Strayer, Lucy M. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Oct 27] Funeral was at home, Friendship St., Wed., Rev. W. N. Mason, Richburg Baptist Ch.; bur. Maple Lawn Cem. Pallbearers: Thomas Sinsabaugh, A. C. Shaner, Percy Jordan and Frank Dougherty. List of relatives and friends attending.Oct 27 1932, p. 4
Stubble, Charles[Bolivar, Apr 17] age 86; d. at home of s. J. E. Stubble (Richburg), Sun. Survived by: sons J. E. Stubble (Richburg) and Jesse Elmer Stubble (Canada); daus. Mrs. Emma Wickerly (Parkers Landing, W. Va.) and Mrs. Tillie Best (Knox, Pa.). Funeral will be Wed., bur. Knox, Pa.; Fred Shepard, funeral director.Apr 17, 1933, p. 9
Stuck, Cora Belle Baker[Belmont, Mar 21] wf/o Harry J. Stuck; funeral was this afternoon, Rev. Walter L. Southerton, Presbyterian ch.; bur. Forest Hill Cem. Mrs. Stuck b. Angelica, June 22, 1875, d/o Adelbert and Belle Clarisse Baker. Survived by: husb.; s. Glenn Stuck (Belmont), dau. Mrs. Alfred Martin (Belmont); bros. Seth Baker (Belmont), John Baker (Cleveland), sis. Mrs. Gertrude Burke (Erie, Pa.)Mar 21, 1933, p. 4
Swift, Clarinda (Mrs.)[Wellsville, July 7] Oldest woman in Allegany Co.; age 103 yrs.; d. Wed. in Allentown; b. Sep 15, 1828; wid/o Norton Swift d. 75 yrs ago. Operated large farm; memb. Methodist Episcopal Ch. of Allentown. Survived by dau. Mrs. Henry Howe, age 76 yrs; g-s. Albert L. Howe and g-gs. Robert Howe (Allentown). Funeral will be Fri.; b. Swift family plot, Allentown.July 7, 1932, p. 5
Thomas, Ida May (Mrs.)[Friendship, Mar 29] d. at home, East Main St., Sat.; funeral was at St. Andrews Episcopal Ch., Tues., Rev. Roy L. Webber; bur. Maple Grove Cem. Pallbearers: Oren R. Stillman, Dr. Thomas H. Howe, Wayne W. Palmer and Charles E. Voorhies. Mrs. Thomas, d/o Walter S. and Marona LeSuer Higgins, b. Friendship, Dec. 3, 1868; md. Oct 1887, Wellsville, William Fayette Thomas; res. Belmont 21 yrs., moved to Friendship. Survived by: husb.; sons Charles L. Thomas (Belmont) and Lloyd W. Thomas (Erie, Pa.).Mar 29 1933, p. 4
Thornton, Fred C.[Cuba, Dec 30] age 21; res. Richburg; killed by train-auto accident at Black Creek crossing today; s/o Mr. and Mrs. George Stoddart (Jordan Hill). Mr. Thornton emp. as a tool dresser on lease of Virgil Ingalls (Bolivar); boarded at home of Mrs. Olive Chaplin. State Troopers G. L. White and R. A. Brecht (Friendship) investigated accident. Members of train crew: Engineer John W. Johnson, Fireman John D. Minard, Conductor Charles Hart, Brakemen Alex Currie and T. F. Ernest and Flagman W. H. Cunningham (all Olean). Survived by: parents; sisters Mrs. Clyde Bunt (Buffalo), Mrs. Nina Stoddart (Angelica), Mrs. Myrtie Swain (Wyoming); bros. Clarence Thornton (Buffalo); Cyrus Thornton (Shinglehouse) and Henry Thornton (Black Creek), half bro. Iver Stoddart (Jordan Hill). Pettit Funeral Parlors, Cuba.Dec 30, 1933, p. 4
Thornton, Victor E.[Belmont, Sep 6] Funeral was Sept. 6; age 60 yrs.; Angelica blacksmith; Rev. L. E. Vaughn, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Until the Day Dawn Cem., Angelica. Survived by: daus. Mrs. Claude Oliver, Leona Thornton (Angelica); sons Ingham, Ralph, LaVerne (Angelica) and Nelson (Franklinville).Sep 6 1932, p. 2
Tiffany, Grover[Cuba, Nov 27] age 49 yrs; d. Sat. at home in Black Creek; bronchial pneumonia; survived by father, Joseph Tiffany (Black Creek); sis. Mrs. Melvin Eaton (Black Creek); funeral will be at home of sis., Tues., Rev. Clair Malcomson; bur. Black Creek Cem.; Cuba Lodge, No. 691, IOOF will be in charge.Nov 27, 1933, p. 4
Titsworth, Paul E. Dr.[Alfred, Dec 13] 6th pres. Alfred Univ.; funeral held Wed. in village ch.; d. Sun., heart attack. Rev. James C. McLeod, Alfred Univ. chaplain, asst. by Rev. A. Clyde Ehret, Seventh Day Bapt. Ch., Dr. Charles F. Sinns, Episcopal, and Dean J. Nelson Norwood, Univ. faculty; bur. Alfred Cem. Dr. Titsworth became pres. of Alfred Univ. this summer, succeeding Dr. Boothe C. Davis. Description of service.Dec. 13, 1933, p. 4
Titsworth, Paul Emerson (Dr.)[Alfred, Dec 11] funeral will be Wed. Dr. Titsworth d. Sun.; heart attack. Bur. to be in Alfred Cem. Dr. Titsworth was b. May 31, 1881, Ashaway, L.I.; attended Alfred Academy and Univ.; honor grad. 1904; Professor of modern languages and dean of college of liberal arts; past pres. Washignton College, Chestertown; succeeded Dr. Boothe C. Davis as pres. of Alfred Univ.; did pos-grad work Ohio Univ. and Univ of Wisconsin; grad. where he rec. phD; studiedi n Berlin and Dresden; appt. dean of liberal arts 1921; pres. Washington College, Chestertown, Md. 1923; author of Bibliography of Moderan Languages for high school teachers; founder and first pres. of Rotary Club in Chestertown; gov. of 34th Rotary dist.; Rotary's International service committee at international convention in Vienna; pres. of Kent Co., Md. Chamber of Commerce. Survived by wf. Nina S. Titsworth; daus. Elizabeth (home) and Eleanor Titsworth (Baltimore); sis. Helen Titsworth (Lawrence, Kan.)Dec 11, 1933, p. 4
Tousley, Guy (Mrs.)[Cuba, June 17] d. Fri. in Dr. Crile Hosp., Cleveland; res. 29 Water St., Cuba. Funeral will be Mon.June 17, 1933, p. 4
Trask, John Hudson[Wellsville, Oct 14] farmer, age 86 yrs.; res. Willing; d. Thurs; b. Dec 20 1846 in Willing; md. Amanda Phillips d. Mar 10, 1920. Survived by: sons Clifton Trask (Stannards) and La Verne Trask (Willing); dau. Mrs. A. W. Cole (Reno, Pa.) Funeral will be Sun., Rev. W. E. Windsor (Stannards); bur. Stannards.Oct 14, 1933, p. 4
Travis, Bert S.[Belmont, Jan 11] age 16 yrs.; only s/o Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Travis, Trianna St.; d. Tues.; long illness and appendicitis; b. Amity, Mar 14, 1916; student Belmont High School; agent for Olean Times-Herald in Belmont. Funeral will be Fri., Baptist Ch.; bur. Forest Hill Cem.Jan 11, 1933, p. 4
Turner, Ben[Bolivar, June 5] funeral held Sun. at home, Jordon Hill, West Clarksville, Rev. Hartley Hutton, Little Genesee; bur. Maple Lawn Cem., Bolivar. Pallbearers: W. E. Sawyer, W. A. Cooper, W. T. Common, D. W. Graves, Louis Monroe, A. W. Shaner, A. J. Stothart and Earl Sage. List of attended.June 5, 1933, p. 4
Van Buskirk, Melvin[Fillmore, Oct 9] age 27 yrs.; res. Hume, NY; d. Sun., Fillmore Memorial Hosp.; victim of hit and run driver. Survived by: wid. and childOct 9, 1933, p. 4
Van Deventer, Anna Wakely (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Jan 6] d. at home in South Bolivar, Thurs.; short illness of influenza and pneumonia; res. Bolivar 33 yrs.; b. June 15, 1877 in Bradford; md. Burr Van Deventer 1890; memb. Rebekah Lodge and Bolivar Grange. Funeral will be Sat., Rev. E. P. Van Deventer, Baptist Ch. (Belfast); bur. Maple Lawn Cem.Jan 6 1933, p. 4
VanHorn, Will Marshall[Friendship, May 17] age 64; res. Friendship; d. at home, Depot St., Sat.; funeral held at Mason Funeral Parlors, Tues., Rev. Wesley F. Chauncey, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Mt. Hope Cem. Pallbearers: Joseph Drake, Thomas Ryan, Eugene Crane (Friendship) and Martin Ordway (Hazelhurst, Pa.) Mr. VanHorn, youngest s/o John and Lydia Anson VanHorn, b. Friendship, Dec 7, 1868; md. Jan 1, 1898 Lena Manette Porter, Friendship, d. Feb 7, 1922. Survived by: nieces Mrs. John E. Buzzard (Friendship), Mrs. Forrest R. Sprague (Withey, NY) and Mrs. Martin Ordway (Hazelhurst, Pa.); neph. Harmon Sortore (Bolivar)May 17, 1933, p. 4
Wait, Lorenzo M.[Friendship, Dec 19] age 83 yrs.; d. at home Fri.; funeral held at late home, Maple Ave., Mon., Rev. W. Aubrey Arlin, First Congregational Ch.; bur. Maple Grove Cem., Rev. Dan M. Tood, Masonic Order. Pallbearers (memb. Allegany Lodge 225, F&AM) Allen J. Philbrick, Charles L. Whitwood, Floyd E. Barrett, William A. Stevens, Willard A. Barber, Benjamin J. Ri__. Mr. Wait, s/o John and Betsy Dann Wait, b. Little Valley Center, NY, Feb 1, 1850; attended Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, NY; age 18 came to Friendship; grad. Friendship Literary Academy 1876; attened Buffalo Commercial College; taught school 11 yrs at Little Valley, Nile, Friendship, Salamanca; 1887 associated w/ Rutherford and Coon; org. Allegany County Farmers' Co-operative Fire Insurance Co. 42 yrs.; 1915 Chalres S. Lane (Friendship) entered in partnership Wait & Lane Insurance Co. until Jan 1927 and sold out to Thomas F. Cotton and Co.; md. at Friendship, Apr 16, 1877 Nellie I. Hosley d. Jan 27, 1921. Survived by: dau. Vera Wait (home); dau-i-l, Mrs. Guy L. Wait (Hood River, Ore.); gs. Ward Wait (student Amherst College, Mass.). Mr. Wait was only surviving mem. of Friendship Class of '76, oldest memb. Friendship High School Alumni Assoc.; mem. Frist Congregational Ch. over 60 yrs.; memb. Board of Trustees and Board of Deacons; Supt. Sunday School for 35 yrs.; memb. Friendship Old Timers' Assoc.; charter member Steamer and Fire Police Co. of Friendship Fire Dept.; one of oldest masons in Allegany dist.; memb. Allegany Lodge 225, of Friendship.Dec 19, 1933, p. 4
Wallace, William[Cuba, Nov 24] age 57 yrs.; missing 9 days from farm in Union Hill; found dead Thurs. nr. Peck Cottage, Cuba Lake; apparent heart attack; Deputy Sheriff L. G. Nix (Ischua) found body Thurs. Mr. Wallace survived by: sisters Mrs. William Mulholand, Mrs. H. A. McCaul (Olean), Anna Wallace and Mrs. Frank M. Wynn (Rochester); bro. Joseph Wallace (Little Valley). Funeral will be Sat., at home of sis. Mrs. McCaul, 138 South Second St., Olean and at St. Mary of the Angels Ch. Olean. Mr. Wallace, formerly of Eldred, Pa.; farmer nr. Cuba Lake; memb. Our Lady of Angels Ch., Cuba.Nov 27, 1933, p. 4
Ward, Hamilton[Belmont, Oct 10] Statesman, attorney, former public servant; bur. will be in family plot of village cam., Wed. Public rites at Buffalo, Wed. at Ch. of Ascension, North St. & Linwood Ave. Belmont services at Episcopal Ch. Rev. Charles D. Broughton, Ch. of the Ascension; Rev. Harris H. Hall, Belmont. Memb. United Spanish-American War Veterans.Oct 10 1932, p. 3; Oct 13 1932, p. 3
Ward, Hamilton[Belmont, Oct 13] Bur. today in family mausoleum, cam. here. Mr. Ward d. last Sat. at Buffalo; age 61; bur. w/ military honors, Spanish-American War; bro. Rt. Rev. John C. Ward, Episcopal Bishop (Erie, Pa.). Bapt. May 28 1871, St. Philip's Episcopal Ch.; service by Rev. Charles D. Broughton and Rev. Harris T. Hall. Committal service by Rev. John C. Ward. Pallbearers: William J. Flynn, Harold J. Tillou, Dr. Edwin A. Bowerman, Millard Burns, Henry W. Pottle, Leonard S. Spire, Fred A. Bradley (Buffalo) and Wendall P. Brown (Albany). Many others, named, participated in funeral.
Webster, Bessie (Mrs.)[Alfred, Oct 31] of Alfred; d. Jones Memorial Hosp. (Wellsville); typhoid fever; funeral today at mother's home, Vandermark Rd., Rev. W. E. Windsor; bur. in Alfred Cem. Wife of Howard Webster. Brought to hosp. Oct. 12 w/ sis. Mrs. Galyord Webster (age 26) and Gaylord Webster, bro. of Howard. Mrs. Webster b. Feb 12, 1904, Pa., dau/o Melvin and Phoebe Caple Baham. Survived by parents and husb.; daus. Doris and Dorothy (home); siblings Mrs. Bernice Baham, Ellsworth Baham, Emmett Baham, Laura Baham (Scio) and Mrs. Gaylord Webster (Alfred). Md. Howard Webster, Apr. 1925.Oct 31 1932, p. 4
Welch, Elizabeth Preston (Mrs.)[Belmont, July 25] wf/o Police Justice Frank D. Welch, d. at Genesee St. home, Mon. Funeral will be from home, Wed.; bur. Forest Hill Cem., Belmont; Rev. Harris T. Hall, St. Phillip's Episcopal Ch. Mrs. Welch was b. Cameron, Dec 9, 1871, d/o late Lafayett and Mary Preston; res. Canisteo; md. 24 yrs. ago.; res. West Almond and Hinsdale; came to Belmont 5 yrs. ago. Memb. Baptist Ch, Canisteo. Survived by: husb.; sons of a former marriage, Chester A. Gosper (West Almond) and Clinton E. Gosper (Cameron Mills); bros. David and Perry Preston (Canisteo), Floyd Preston (Rochester), Frank Preston (Woodhull); sisters Mrs. Warren Lampier and Mrs. Anna Hawkins (Canisteo). July 25, 1933, p. 4July 25, 1933, p. 4
Welch, Lovisa N. (Mrs.)[Belmont, July 6] Funeral will be this afternoon, home on South St., Rev. E. J. Johnston (Belfast), bur. Forest Hill Cem.; d. Sun., ill 18 mos.; b. Wayland Jan 16, 1848; taught school; res. of Alma; md 1878 James Q. Welch d. 1902; res. of Belmont 31 yrs. Survived by: s. Van S. Welch (Artesia, NM), daus. Mrs. Melvin Sortore and Mrs. John H. Nicholson (Belmont); sis. Mrs. Alice Whipple (Wellsville). Memb. of Belmont Free Methodist Ch.July 6 1932, p. 2
Wetherby, Carrie Matilda Wood (Mrs.)[Friendship, Oct 24] age 70 yrs.; wid. of James Rudophus Wetherby; funeral held at home, 38 Queen Ann St., Mon., Rev. Martz Snyder, First Baptist Ch.; Mrs. Raymond J. Strahan and Mrs. Martz Snyder sang hymns; bur. Maple Lawn Cem., Bolivar. Pallbearers: Richard Wood, Caroton Wood, Hollis Wood and Claude Wood. D/o William and Katherine Hyatte Wood, b. Kersey, Pa., July 2, 1863; res. Friendship over 30 yrs.; lived in Richburg and Bolivar previously; md. April 10, 1881 James Rudolphus Wetherby d. Friendship, Jan 14, 1923. Mrs. Wetherby d. at home, Friendship, Fri. Survived by: g-daus. Mrs. Kenneth W. Cronk (Friendship) and Dorothy Jordan (Bolivar); g-sons Cleo, Forest, Keith and Mitchell Jordan (all Bolivar). List of attendingOct 24, 1933, p. 4
Wheeler, Anna J. (Mrs.)[Cuba, Apr 18] of Cuba; wid/o Arthur Wheeler; died this morn.; res. 12 Spring St.; b. Scottsburg, NY Oct 23, 1859. Survivors: dau. Mrs. George Price (Willard, NY), s. Winfield Wheeler (Corvonolis, Pa.); sis. Mrs. Luna Conklin (Dansville, NY)Apr 18 1932, p. 3
Whittenhall, Margaret Lucille[Bolivar, Sept 22] Funeral at home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Simon, uncle and aunt, First St., Wed., Rev. Arthur Gregson, Methodist Ch.; bur. Sep 22, Maple Lawn Cem. Honorary pallbearers: 8th grade boys, James Smith, Jean Burdick, James Burdick, Jack Matalys, Vincent Ciampa and George Bradley. Active pallbearers: F. A. Wertman, Fred Lewis, Gaylor Newell, Earl Eastman, Paul Lester and Charles Howard. List of out of town relatives and friends.Sep 22 1932, p.
Whitwood, Franklin A.[Friendship, Mar 7] age 73 yrs.; d. Mon. at home, Linwood Ave.; b. Nile, NY, July 4, 1859. Survived by: wid. Mrs. Augusta C. Whitwood; daus. Mrs. Ellis H. Champin (Snyder, NY); Mrs. Leonard M. Claflin (Bolivar); s. Charles L. Whitwood (Friendship). Funeral will be from home of s. Maple Ave. on Wed., Rev. Wesley F. Chauncey, Methodist Episcopal Ch.; bur. Mount Oak Cem.Mar 7, 1933, p. 4
Wilcox, James W.[Cuba, Sep 8] age 85 yrs.; d. Thurs. at Cuba Memorial Hosp.; retired 8 yrs ago; express business since Mar 1, 1882.; auctioneer; b. Wirt, s/o William J. and Leovina Woodruff Wilcox. Survived by: daus. Mrs. George H. Ives (Binghamton) and Mrs. W. R. Noyer [or Noyes] (Cuba). Mr. Wilcox served as dep. sheriff, policeman and director and agent of Allegany Co. Soc. for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; memb. Methodist Episcopal Ch. and Rescue Hose Co. Funeral will be Sun. at home, Rev. Homer Evans; bur. Cuba Cem.Sep 8, 1933, p. 4
Williams, Adesta (Mrs.)[Belmont, June 9] Mrs. Adesta Williams (age 84), wid. Arthur Williams (Belvidere); d. Thurs. at home of dau., Mrs. Leslie Barnum, Pleasantville, NY. Mrs. Williams was d/o Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Coon (Little Genesee); memb. Christ's Episcopal Ch., Belvidere; pres. of Ladies Guild. Survived by dau. and unnamed g-ch. Funeral will be Sat., Christ's Ch., Belvidere; bur. at Belfast.June 9, 1933, p. 11
Williams, Julia Willets (Mrs.)[Belmont, Oct 26] formerly of this place; funeral Sat., St. Phillips Episcopal Ch., Rev. Harris T. Hall. Mrs. Williams b. Oramel; d. at home of s. Leonard Williams, Haverford, Pa. nr. Philadelphia.Oct 26 1933, p. 4
Williams, Willard[Cuba, Feb 4] age 89 yrs.; d. at home of s. Herbert Williams, East Main St., Wed. Funeral will be Fri., Rev. C. E. Malcomson, bur. Cuba Cem.Feb 4, 1933, p. 4
Willis, Walter C.[Friendship, Feb 1] age 73; d. Sherman, NY, Fri.; funeral at res. Linwood Ave., Friendship Tues.; bur. Maple Grove Cem. Pallbearers, memb. Allegany Lodge No. 223, F&AM, Floyd E. Barrett, Leslie L. Champlin, rufus S. B___, Raymond W. Wakefield, Ora W. Jordan and George Adin Corbin. Mr. Willis b. Mar 30, 1859, Belfast, NY, s/o Benjamin and Mary Champney Willis; came to Friendship 50 yrs. ago; began as clerk for Morse & Cross Hardware Co. and later memb. of firm; md Oct 15, 1884 at Friendship, Ada Louise Morse, d. May 17, 1901. Survived by: s. Sidney Morse Willis (Rosewell, NM); g-dau Rita louise Willis (Rosewell); neph. Raymond Willis (Sherman, NY), sis-i-l Mrs. Stephen W. Lowers. Mr. Willis md. 1915, Mrs. Henry Wilcox, d. Friendship, May 1931. Served as street Commissioner, Justice of the Peace, and board of Water Commissioners.; memb. Allegany Lodge No. 225, F&AM; Van Campen Lodge, No. 258, IOOF; Friendship Old Timers' Assoc.; Recreation Club and St. Andrews Episcopal Ch.Feb 1, 1933, p. 4
Wilson, Mary (Mrs.)[Cuba, Mar 11] age 80 yrs.; d. Wed. at home; bur. was in Cuba Cem. Survived by: bro. A. S. Dewey (Cuba). Memb. McKee Chapt. Order of Eastern Star and Angelica Rebekah Lodge.Mar 11, 1933, p. 4
Withey, Lillian S. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Mar 18] wid/o William Withey of Allentown; d. Jones Memorial Hosp., Wellsville; res. Allentown 16 yrs.; b. Bolivar, Dec 15, 1872; memb. Rebekah Lodge and Woman's Benefit Assoc.; Order of Eastern Star (Wellsville); White Shrine of Buffalo; First Baptist Ch., Richburg. Survived by: sons Ward (Allentown) and Jesse (Bradford); dau. Mrs. C. Ingalls (Allentown); bros. B. A. Mead (Northlet, Ark.) and Robert Mead (McDonald, Pa.). Funeral will be at home, Mon., Rev. W. F. Chauncey and Rev. Hammond; bur. Richburg Cem.Mar 18 1933, p. 4
Withey, Lillian S. (Mrs.)[Bolivar, Mar 21] funeral was Mon. from home, Allentown; Rev. W. F. Chauncey and Rev. Hammond; bur. Richburg Cem. Pallbearers: O. F. Blackman, R. L. Potter, Ned Rooth, C. B. Cleveland, George Storms and Harry Weidner. List of out-of-town attending.Mar 21, 1933, p. 4
Wixson, Eva (Mrs.)[Cuba, Sep 12] age 57 yrs.; d. at home in Black Creek, Mon.; b. in Cuba, d/o David Lewis and Belinda Jane Watts. Survived by: husb. Harry Wixson; s. Louse Wixson (Black Creek); dau. Mrs. Donald Young (Black Creek). Memb. Black Creek Congregational Ch. and Cuba Rebekah Lodge. Funeral will be Wed. at home; bur. Black Creek Cem.Sep 12 1933, p. 4
Wolfe, John[Alfred, Aug 29] will be bur. at brother's home in Salemville, Pa. Tues. Manager of Rosebush interests; d. Fri.; heart attack last Tues.; age 64 yrs.Aug 29 1932, p. 2
Wolfe, JosephAge 34 yrs.; of Cleveland, Ohio; d. in Youngstown, Ohio hosp. Sun.; railroad man; injured at work Sat.; body sent home to mother, Mrs. Margaret Wolfe (Wellsville). Funeral to be Wed. at home and Immaculate Conception Ch., Rev. Michael Gallagher; bur. in Sacred Heart Cem. Survived by: wf Mrs. Lucy Wolfe; dau. Ella; s. John (all of Cleveland); mother Mrs. Margaret Wolfe (Wellsville); sisters Mrs. Myron George (Wellsville), Mrs. John Chassis (Williamsville) and Mrs. Frank Thorwart (Wellsville); bro. George Wolfe (New Orleans)Aug 16 1932, p. 8
Woods, Newman (Mrs.)[Rushford, Nov 9] d. Wed. at home; survived by s. Walter H. Woods (Allegany); bro. Fred Sarsfred (Olean); sis. Mrs. Matilda Bertch (Lake George, NY). Funeral will be at home, Sat.; bur. Rushford Cem.Nov 9, 1933, p. 4
Yeoman, Lafayette D.[Belmont, May 27] farmer, d. Thurs at Roberts Nursing Home, Belmont; funeral will be from Belmont Methodist Episcopal Ch., Rev. Walter L. Chauncey; bur. Forest Hill Cem., Belmont. Mr. Yeoman was b. Ward, June 17, 1852; res. of Ward and Amity; s/o William and Angelina Bunnell Yeoman; md. Elsie West, Dec. 1874. Survived by: wife; dau., Mrs. Angie Austin (East Rochester); half-bros. Albert and William Yeoman (Belmont); half-sis. Mrs. Anna Prion (Ohio).May 27, 1933, p. 4
York, P. Aubert[Cuba, Dec 5] age 63 yrs.; d. Sun. at home, 12 Genesee Parkway; injuries from auto accident on Oct. 30; known as "Al" York. Survived by: widow; sis. Mrs. Fred Allen (Connecticut); bro. Charles York (Connecticut). Funeral will be at home, Wed., Rev. Robert Pursley; bur. Cuba Cem.Dec 5, 1933, p. 4
Young, Susan (Mrs.)[Wellsville, Oct 26] age 77, res. Stanards; d. Jones Memorial Hosp., Fri.; funeral will be at home of Clark Dickerson, Stanards, Fri., Rev. W. E. Windsor; bur. Stanards Cem. Mrs. Young was b. June 15, 1856, dau/o John and Sarah Covil Graves; md (1) 1876 to Charles Underwood d. 1900; md (2) George Young d. 12 yrs. ago. Survived by: dau., Mrs. Carrie Saxton (St. Petersburg, Fla.)Oct 26, 1933, p. 4
Zeliff, Fay Janet[Wellsville, May 2_] infant dau. of Mr. & Mrs. H. F. Zeliff; d. at Jones Memorial Hosp., Wellsville; survived by: parents, sisters Rhoda and Mildred; bros. Norman and Wayne; funeral at home; bur. Mount Hope Cem.May 28 1932, p. 9
Zumbusch, Ferdinand (Rev.)[Friendship, Nov 1] age 71 yrs.; pastor of Sacred Heart Ch., Friendship; d. Mon. at parsonage on Maple Ave.; ill 5 wks; s/o late Theodore and Frances Zumbusch; b. at Indianapolis, Ind., Sep 22, 1862; ordained at Minneapolis, Minn. 1892; member of the clergy 41 yrs.; served in North Dakota, Washington DC and Buffalo dioceses; became pastor of Friendship parish 5 yrs. ago, coming form Fillmore to succeed Rev. Charles E. McHugh. Survived by bro. Dr. Leo Zumbusch; niece Isabelle Zumbusch (Johannesburg, South Africa); neph. of Rio de Janeiro. Funeral will be Fri.Nov 1, 1933, p. 4

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