|Anna Mae (Conlin) Fritchie*
Arthur F. Conlin*
Edward R. Conlin*
Francis M. Conlin*
Jane Fletcher Conlin*
Ann Conlon (Wife of Matthew)*
Matthew E. Conlin*
Msgr. Norman R. Conlin*
Raymond J. Conlin*
Rev. Robert P. Conlon
Roy J. Conlin*
Russell J. Conlin*
William M. Conlin*
|Francis N. Conlon
Frank P. Conlon
Frederick A. Conlon*
Glena C. Conlon
Hortense C. Conlon*
John R. Conlon*
Margaret A. Conlon*
Margaret A. Conlon
Thomas J. Conlon
William M. Conlon*
*denotes proven member of my family
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Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #110
Fritchie, Anna Mae (nee Conlin) of Wellington, O., wife of the late Frederick W. Fritchie, former Cleveland residence, passed away Tuesday, 5 p.m. at Wellington, survived by daughter, Mrs. William T. Payne of Wellington, grandmother of Joan and Cail, sister of Mrs. John O'Donnell, Leroy, Raymond, Arthur, Edward and Harry Conlin, all of Cleveland, the late Nellie Goerink, Russell and William. Services Friday at 11 a.m., St. Patrick Church, Wellington, Burial will be in Upper Sandusky, O. Friends may call at the Curtis E. Truman Funeral Home, in Wellington.
Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #100
Conlin. Arthur F. Conlin, beloved husband of Merle (nee Curlis) of Hampton, O., father of Jane ? and Richard Conlin, grandfather of ?, brother, of Margaret O'Donnell, edward, Rev. Harry and the late Anna Fritchie, B Goering, William, Raymond, and Rassel, late residence, ?? Ave and G? Church Canada. The family will see friends on Wednesday ? at 7-10 P.M. at the New Manon Mureny Funeral Home ? Euclid Ave. Family ?? where services will be held Thursday at 9:30 A.M. Interment Millville Cemetary ? O. 9:30 P.M.
Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #100
Conlin. Edward R. Conlin, ? beloved husband of Harriet (nee ?) father of John, Betty M. ? and Edward R. Jr., and grandfather of five. Brother of Margaret O'Donnel and Harry and ? William, Raymond, Mrs. B. Goering ? family ? recieves friends ? P.M. ? Funeral ? Ave. ? where services ? ? Aug 201966
Francis M. Conlin
Francis M. Conlin, 88, of 170 Wellington Ave.,
Buffalo, died at his home Friday (Jan. 28, 1977). He had been in
failing health for ten months.
Mr. Conlin, a postal clerk preceding his retirement, was born in LeRoy June 21, 1888, a son of Michael and Catherine Conlin. He was a brother of Mrs. Leo (Mary) German of Bergen.
Surviving with his sister are his wife, Genevieve; a daughter Miss Mary Elaine Conlin, at home; nieces and nephews. He was a brother of the late Matthew, Henry, William, and Leo Conlin. Services were at Blessed Sacrament Church, Buffalo.
Word was recieved in LeRoy last week of the
death of Mrs. Jane Fletcher Conlin, wife of Matthew E Conlin and formerly
of LeRoy. Her death occured in Cleveland, O., April 24 as the
result of dropsy. Mrs. Conlin was born in Scotland 55 years ago but
had lived in Cleveland many years. She was known to a number of people
in LeRoy, having visited here at different times. Besides her husband
she leaves seven sons and three daughters.
Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #016
Conlin-Jane E., beloved wife of M.E. Conlin, mother and grandmother, at her residence, 1205 E. 80th st., Monday Evening. Funeral from St. Thomas Aquinas' church Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. Friends invited. Ravenna papers please copy.
Matthew Conlin, For About Forty Years a Resident of the Town.
LeRoy, Nov. 26-Matthew Conlin, for about forty
years a resident of LeRoy, died at 8 o'clock this morning at his home 4
1/2 miles northeast of this village. He had been in ill health 11
years, a victim of heart trouble and dropsy. The funeral will be
held from St. Peter's church in this village on Friday morning at 9 o'clock.
Mr. Conlin, who was a successful farmer and a genial man having many friends, was born 85 years ago in County Louth, Ireland, and came to America when he was 12 years of age. He leaves a widow, three sons--William of LeRoy, Michael of North Bergen and Matthew of Cleveland O.- and a half sister, Mrs. Patrick Marion of LeRoy.
Mrs. Matthew Conlon
Resident of LeRoy Over Fifty Years Died on Thursday
Mrs. Ann Conlon, widow of Matthew Conlon died quite suddenly at 9 o'clock Thursday morning at the home of her son, William Conlon, four miles north of this village. She had been in her usuall health up to Wednesday and her death was very unexpected.
Mrs. Conlon was born in County West Maith, Ireland, 86 years ago and at the age of 12 came to this country and for over fifty years she had been a resident of LeRoy township. She was a devoted member of St. Peter's church.
Besides her son, William, Mrs. Conlon is survived by two other sons, Michael of South Byron and Matthew Conlon of Cleveland Ohio. The funeral was held on Saturday morning at St. Peter's church in this village and the interment was made in St. ....(Maybe Francis)
Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #016
Conlin-Matthew E., age 70 years. Beloved husband of the late Jane (nee Fletcher), father of William, Edward, Raymond, Roy, Harry, Arthur, Russell, Mrs. S.W. Fritchie, Mrs. B. Goering, and Mrs. John O'Donnell, Wednesday, Dec. 29, at 8:50 p.m. at his residence 2657 E. 115th street. Funeral will be held at Our Lady of Peace Church, E. 128th street and Buckingham at 10 a.m. Jan. 3. Friends invited. 1854-1926. Calvary Cemetary Cleveland, OHio
Niagara Gazette March27, 1996 Pic
Longtime pastor Norman Conlin of St. Leo's Church dies at age 71
Monsignor Norman R. Conlin, 71, longtime pastor
of St. Leo's Roman Catholic Church, died Tuesday (March 26, 1996) in the
Brothers of Mercy Sacred Heart Home, Clarence. He was born Aug. 26,
1924 in Buffalo, the son of Leo and Edith Conlin.
He entered the seminary at age 13. An athlete in his youth, he was persuaded by a dedicated pastor to take the seminary entrance exam. Once there he liked what he saw.
"I can't picture myself in any other line of work. I find my fulfillment here," Conlin once said.
Conlin attended Our Lady of Angels Seminary at Niagara University, where he later taught philosophical psychology. Conlin worked as a train caller at the New York Central Depot in Buffalo during his time at the seminary.
He started his ministry in a garage in Sheridan, where he was sent as a missionary apostolate to organize a parish. Within a year he celebrated Christmas Eve Mass at the new St. John Bosco Church.
Conlin went on to be assistant pastor at Prince of Peace in LaSalle for 5 1/2 years, Infant of Prague in Cheektowaga for two years, St. Margaret's in Buffalo for 5 1/2 years, St. Mary of the Cataract in Niagara falls for 3 1/2 years and St. John's in Kenmore for 3 1/2 years.
He was pastor of St. Leo's from 1989 until the onset of his illness last year. Among his accomplishments are the construction of a new 600-seat auditorium that now bears his name.
Mary Jane Uber, a longtime parishioner and trustee at St. Leo's first met Conlin in 1949 at Prince of Peace Church, where she was registering her 4-year-old son for school.
"He was a very handsome man. He had curly hair and was tall, a very big fellow," Uber recalls.
"He built up the hall there. We do have a beautiful hall," Uber said.
"His whole life was his priesthood. He had parts of the parish that were very active and he was proud of them," she said. "He did not want to retire."
A capable administrator, Conlin can be credited for making the parish self-sufficient, said parishioner Ed Reilly.
"He was a detail man, very conscientious. He worked very hard to establish the parish," Reilly said. "At a time when other parishes are having problems, St. Leo's is doing well as a result of his efforts.
"He had a great sense of humor. He was a great priest to go to for confession, many people said that. He was very understanding."
Conlin maintained a full schedule until his retirement, despite ill health in later years.
"It was suggested to him that he cut back on the number of masses. He refused, because he was afraid he might lose some of the parishioners," Reilly said
Always alarmed about the declining number of young men choosing the priesthood, Conlin worked to bring parishioners into new roles to fill the gap.
"God is still in control. There are many ways to accomplish what the church is meant to do," Conlin once said.
"His main concern was the religious education of the children. He wanted them to have the right moral grounding," Reilly said.
Conlin is survived by a brother, Francis Conlin of St. Peter, MO.; a sister Rita O'Donnel of East Amherst; and several nieces and nephews.
He was the brother of the late Joseph Conlin and Sister Marie Canisius, S.B.S.
Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday at the Otto Redanz Funeral Home LaSalle Park Chapel, 2215 Military Road. Visitation will continue from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday in St. Leo's Church, 2748 Military Road, where a parish mass will be said at 7 p.m.
Bishop Henry Mansell will celebrate a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. in St. Leo's Church. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetary, LeRoy
Conlin. Raymond J. Conlin, beloved father of Dolores Kirchensteiner,
Beverly Vidmar and grandfather, brother of Edward R., Roy J., Harry., Arthur
F. Margaret O'Donnell and the late Anna Frichie Nellie Goering, William
and Russell, late residence, 3131 W. 159 St. The family will recieve
friends Tuesday 3-5 and 7-10 P.M. at the New Mahon Murphy Funeral Home,
13201 Euclid Ave. Ample parking in rear. Funeral Mass Wednesday,
9:30 A.M. Sr. Pa? Neri Church.
The Rev. Robert P. Conlin
Pavilion - The Rev. Robert P. Conlin, 66, pastor of St. Mary's Church in Pavilion since April 1977, died Tuesday (Dec. 9, 1997) at Brothers of Mercy, Clarence.
Mr. Conlin was born June 17, 1931, in Lockport, a son of the late Henry and Dorothea Finley Conlin.
He attended St. Patrick's School until seventh grade, when he transferred to St. Joseph's Little Seminary in Buffalo to complete high school. He studied four years at St. Bonaventure Seminary in Olean. While there, he was selected as one of only two annual students in the country to prepare for the priesthood at Collegio Propaganda Seminary at the Vatican in Rome. His parents attended his ordination there on Dec. 22, 1956.
Returning to Lockport, he celebrated his ordination at St. Patrick's Church with his close friend, the Rev. Leo D'Sousa, now Archbishop of Nagpur, India. During the years, Mr. Conlin was assigned to many parishes, including the Missionary Novitiate at East Otto, St. Anthony's in Batavia, Nativity and Our Lady of Loretta in Buffalo, St. Joseph's in Niagara Falls, Immaculate Conception in East Bethany and St. Joseph's in Albion.
While at Our Lady of Loretto during 1967 and 1968, Mr. Conlin had weekly novena services to pray for the safe return of those fighting in Vietnam. Those who returned were welcomed by him individually and acclimated back to the church. Special prayers were said for those who died.
When he accepted the pastorate of St. Mary's in 1977, it was a parish of only 50 families. He built it into a congregation of more than 200 families, which he served until the time of his death. Through the love and dedication of his parishioners, an activities center was recently added to the church building to provide activities for young people of all faiths.
Mr. Conlin is survived by a brother, Donald (Marilyn) Conlin of Lockport; a sister-in-law, Frances B. Conlin of Lockport; and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9p.m. today at the Prudden and Kandt Funeral home, 242 Genesee St., Lockport, and from 2 to 7 p.m. Friday at St. Mary's Church, Pavilion, where a wake service will be at 7 p.m. Buffalo Bishop Henry J. Mansell will preside over a Mass of Christian burial at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetary, Lockport.
Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #100
Conlin. Roy J. Conlin, beloved husband of Mae (nee Schmitt) father of Rae Marie and Donald R., grandfather, brother of Edward and Harry Conlin and Margaret O'Donnell, passed away Tuesday Oct. 5, late residence, 4386 W. 10th St. Friends may call at The Busch Funberal Home, 4334 Pearl Rd., From 3-5 And 7-10 P.M. Thursday. All services at St. James Lutheran Church, 4771 Broadview Rd., Friday, Oct 8, at 1:30 P.M.
Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #016
Conlin: Russell J., beloved brother of Mrs. Anna Fritchie. William, Edward, Raymond, Roy, Harry, Arthur, Mrs. J.J. O'Donnell and the late Nellie Goering, late residence, 3326 W. 129 st. Services Friday, July 29, from St. Ignatius' Church at 9 a.m. 1901-1938. Calvary Cemetary Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #016
Conlin, William M.
Conlin, William M., age 62 of 268 Liberty St., Painesville, O.; Tuesday, April 20; beloved husband of the late Lena D. Lehnert; father of Leonard and Mrs. Margaret Winfield of Painesville; brother of Mrs. Anna Fritchie, Mrs. Margaret O'Donnell, Edward, Raymond, Arthur, Harry and Leroy of Cleveland. Funeral Friday, April 23, at 9 a.m. St. Mary's Church, Painesville. Burial Evergreen Cemetary.
The Late Francis N. Conlon
LEROY - Francis N. Conlon, 50, of 77 Wolcott St., who died unexpectedly at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, (Jan. 31, 1967), of a heart attack suffered while working at Conlon's Service Station, 13 Lake St., operated by his brother, William J. Conlon, was a native of LeRoy.
Mr. Conlon was born May 4, 1916, a son of Margaret McDonald Conlon and the late William J. Conlon. He never married.
He was a member of St. Peter's Church and Excelsior Hook & Ladder Fire Co.
Mr. Conlon's mother survives with two brothers, William J. and John R. Conlon of LeRoy, and a sister, Mrs. John (Ann) McFarland of LeRoy.
Friends may call at the H. Steuber & Son Funeral Home from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and Thursday. The Rosary will be recited Thursday at 9 p.m.
Services will take place at 9 a.m. Friday in Steuber's and at 9:30 in St. Peter's Church. Burial will be in St. Francis' Cemetary. The Brady Funeral Service made arrangements.
FRANK P. CONLON
Frank P. Conlon, 77, retired Mt. Morris automobile dealer, and brother of Miss Martha Conlon of South St., died on Saturday, Aug. 5, 1961 in his home, W. Lake Rd., Geneseo.
Mr. Conlon for many years was a partner with Cornelius O'Leary in the Conlon-O'Leary automobile agency in Mt. Morris.
Surviving besides his sister here, are his wife, Kathryn; a daughter, Kay Conlon, Geneseo; two sons, Tom of Geneseo and patrick of Livonia.
A Requiem Mass was held in St. Mary's Church, Geneseo on Monday. Burial took place in St. Patrick's cemetary, Mt. Morris.
Frederick A. Conlon
LeRoy--Frederick A. Conlon, 65, of 8306 Lake Rd. died at 5:25 p.m. Sunday (Dec. 25, 1966) at St. Jerome Hospital in Batavia where he had been a surgical patient since Nov. 21.
Mr. Conlon was born in LeRoy, July 14, 1901, a son of William and Margaret Finn Conlon. He was a farm operator and was a member of St. Peter's church.
Mrs. Conlon, the former Mae Richardson, survives with a son Thomas F., at home; a sister, Mrs. William (Florence) Callan of Stafford; nieces and nephews.
Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the Funeral Home of H. Steuber & Son and at 10 at St. Peter's church. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetary. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Wednesday. The Brady Funeral Service made arrangements.
Mrs. Glena C. Conlon
LEROY - Mrs. Glena C. Conlon, 81, of LeRoy, a former nurse, died Friday (May 5, 2000) at Millard Fillmore Hospital, Buffalo.
Mrs. Conlon was born March 15, 1919, a daughter of the late John and Susan Baker Shaughnessey.
She was a former nurse at St. Jerome Hospital, Lakeside Memorial Hospital in Brockport, LeRoy Village Green and at the former Jell-O plant in LeRoy. She was activities director at St. Luke's Manor in Batavia from 1969 to 1990 and then became pastoral caregiver, and never retired. She was a memer of St. Peter's Church, where she served as Eucharistic minister to shut-ins.
Her husband, John R. Conlon, died in 1993.
Surviving are two daughters, Sister Peggy Conlon, RSM of Buffalo and Mary (William) Grimmer of South Bend, Ind.; a son, John (Mary) Conlon of Greece; two grandsons, Andrew and Patrick; and several nieces and nephews.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Cameron-Brady and Steuber Funeral Home, Route 19 South. A funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Peter's Church, with burial in St. Francis Cemetary. Memorials may be made to St. Peter's Church or to St. Luke's Manor.
Mrs. Hortense C. Conlon, 80, of 3555 Hermitage
Rd., Warsaw, died Wednesday (March4, 1981) at Wyoming Community Hospital,
Warsaw. She owned and operated Conlon Meat Market at Warsaw until
A daughter of Roy and Kate Gallagher Rossman, she was born June 21, 1900. She was a member of St. Michael's Church, Warsaw. Her husband, John, died Dec. 17, 1959.
Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Florence VanDeVort of Caledonia.
Services were today at St. Michael's church. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetary, Wellsville, Arrangements were completed by Weeks Funeral Home, Warsaw.
John R. Conlon
Services for John Raymond Conlon, 61, of Orangeville, a native of LeRoy were held from St. Michael's Church, Warsaw on Saturday. Rev. Michael Sekelsky, pastor, officiated at the Requiem High Mass, Mr. Conlon died in Wyoming Community Hospital, Warsaw on Thursday Dec. 17, 1959, following a short illness.
Mr. Conlon had been the owner of meat markets in Franklinville in the town of Java and more recently of Orangeville. He was a veteran of World War II, a member of St. Michael's church, the Wyoming County Veterans Ass'n., and the Loyal Order of Moose of Olean.
Surviving are his wife, the former Miss Hortense C, Rossman; a son, John of LeRoy; two grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. William Callan of Stafford; a brotherm Fred Conlon of LeRoy and a step-sister, Mrs. Charles Troy of Saginaw, Mich. Burial took place in Wellsville
Mrs. William M. Conlin
Mrs. Margaret A. Conlon, widow of William M. Conlin of the Conlin Road, north of LeRoy, died Wednesday in a Rochester hospital, after having been in failing health for the past year.
Mrs. Conlin was born in Belleville, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 1, 1860. She was the daughter of John and Margaret Murphy Finn. She came to LeRoy 52 years ago and two years later married William M. Conlin, who died May 10, 1925. She was a member of St. Peter's Church and the Sacred Heart League.
Survivors include two sons, William R. of Batavia and Fred A. of LeRoy, two daughters, Mrs. Charles N. Troy of Saginaw, Michigan, and Mrs. William G. Callan of Batavia, eight grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Winifred O'Brien of Peterboro, Ontario and Mrs. Theresa Mckeon of Belleville, Ontario.
Funeral services for Mrs. Conlin will be from her late home at 8:30 on Saturday morning and at nine o'clock from St. Peter's church.
MISS MARGARET A. CONLON
Miss Margaret Ann Conlon of Wolcott Street died of lobar pneumonia at the St. Jerome hospital in Batavia early yesterday morning. She became ill at her home about ten days ago and on Thursday she was taken to the hospital.
Miss Conlon had taught the sixth grade at the Mt. Morris public school since her graduation from Geneseo Normal school in 1935. She was a graduate of the LeRoy high school and the St. Peter's parochial school.
She was born in Mt. Morris on November 1, 1913, the daughter of William and Margaret McDonald Conlon. The family moved to LeRoy abbout nineteen years ago. Besides her parents, she is survived by three brothers, William, Jack, and Francis, and one sister, Ann, all of LeRoy.
Miss Conlon was taken to the home of her aunt, Miss Mattie Conlon of South St. yesterday afternoon. Funeral services will be held there at 8:30 Friday morning and at St. Peter's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in the St. Francis Cemetary.
LeRoy - Martha M. Conlon, 98, formerly of 43 South St., died at 6 p.m.
Friday (Feb. 1, 1985) at St. Luke's Manor in Batavia. She had lived
at the nursing home seven years.
Miss Conlon was born in Lime Rock March 17, 1886, a daughter of the late Patrick and Ann Judge Conlon. She was a lifelong resident of LeRoy and formerly employed at S.C. Wells, a patent medicine company.
She was a member of St. Peter's Church and its Ladies of Charity.
Surviving are a sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank (Katherine) Conlon of Geneseo; 13 nieces and nephews, including Mrs. Milton (Ursula) Suellau of Batavia and Mrs. David (Mary) Fee of LeRoy; grandnieces and grandnephews.
There are no calling hours. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Peter's Church, with the Rev. Peter Carter officiating. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetary.
Memorials may be made to the St. Luke's Manor Activity Fund.
Miss Nellie Conlon
Miss Nellie Conlon, a cousin of Mrs. Margaret Baxter of Lake St., and a former resident of LeRoy, died yesterday at her home in Rochester.
The funeral will be held at 9 tomorrow morning from the Blessed Sacrament Church with interment in St. Francis Cemetary in LeRoy at 11 o'clock.
Richard Conlon, formerly of LeRoy, died at 10 o'clock Monday morning at his home in Cohocton. He had been in failing health for the past 1 1/2 years.
Mr. Conlon was born in LeRoy on March 29, 1891, being a son of the late Patrick and Ann Judge Conlon. He recieved his education in St. Peter's parochial school and the LeRoy public schools. Fifteen years ago he went to Mount Morris and became associated with his brother, Frank Conlon in the automobile business. Ten years later he moved to Cohoctonm continuing in the automobile business, and had since resided there.
Soon after leaving LeRoy he married Mrs. Frances Mason of Mount Morris who survives him with three brothers, Thomas of Olean, Frank of Mount Morris, and William of LeRoy; and four sisters, Mrs. John Carolan, Mrs. Thomas F. McGinnis, Mrs. Fred J. Ryder and Miss Mattie Conlon, all of LeRoy.
Funeral services will be held in the Catholic church in Cohocton at 10 a.m. Thursday with burial in that village.
Thomas J. Conlon
Funeral Services for Thomas J. Conlon of Lockport, a native of LeRoy and brother of Miss Marha Conlon, South Street, were held from the Steuber mortuary at 8:30 o'clock on Monday morning and at 9:00 o'clock from St. Peter's Church. Rev. John J. King, pastor, officiated. Mr. Conlon died on Friday, February 14, 1958 at Lockport hospital, after suffering a heart attack.
A landscape gardener, Mr. Conlon was born in LeRoy, February 15, 1877, a son of the late Patrick and Ann Judge Conlon. He had lived in Lockport for the last 40 years.
Survivors besides his sister here is a brother, Frank P. Conlon, of Geneseo, and several nieces and nephews. Burial took place in St. Francis cemetary.
William M. Conlon
William M. Conlon, who resided four miles northeast of Le Roy, died at 4 o'clock Thursday morning, after an illness of 18 months, resulting from a complication of diseases.
Mr. Conlon had been a life long resident of this town where he had followed the occupation of a farmer. He was highly esteemed in the community. He was a member of St. Peter's Church and the Holy Name Society.
Mr. Conlon was born in Le Roy on November 9, 1859. He recieved his education in Bergen, where a few years of his early life were passed. On January 6, 1891 he was united in marriage to Miss Margaret Finn, who survives him, together with two sons, Raymond W. Conlon of West Bergen and Fred A. Conlon of LeRoy, also a daughterm Mrs. Florence Callan of LeRoy. He also leaves two brothers, Michael H. of South Byron and Matthew E. Conlon of Cleveland.
Funeral services were held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Peter's church. Very Rev. John E Mullett officiating and the interment was in St. Francis Cemetary.