Rome Semi-Weekly Citizen, Rome, NY, 1892
Kipers- In Yorkville, N. Y, Jan. 4, 1892, Jelley, youngest child of Frank and Gerty Kipers, aged 9 months.
Rome Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, Monday Evening, December 13, 1909, Page 5, Column 2
Marcy, Dec 13 – Mrs Christian Konig died at her home here shortly after 7 o'clock Saturday morning, her death being mainly due to the infirmities of age. She was born in Wurtemburg, Germany, Sept. 9, 1833, and came to this country about 5 years ago. Her husband, John L Konig, died several years ago. Mrs Konig was a member of Zion's Lutheran Church in Utica. She is survived by the following children; Louis G Konig and Mrs Louisa Dobel of Germany, William L Konig of Milwaukee, Wis., Mrs Mary C Cushman, Mrs Minnie P Wedemeyer and Adolph Konig of Marcy.
Utica Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday Evening, February 15, 1910, Page 5.
Nicoli - At Middle Settlement, N.Y., Monday, February 14, 1910, Aaltje Tichelaar, widow of Dirk Nicoli, aged 78 years. Funeral will be held at the residence of her son, Henry Van Wiggan, Kirkland road, Thursday, February 17, at 3 p.m.. Friends are respectfully invited.
The Utica Observer, Utica, NY, Tuesday, February 15, 1910
New York Mills
Aaltje Tighelarr Nicoli
Widow of Dirk Nicoli Died at Home of Her son, Henry Van Wiggen
New York Mills – Jan 14 (Special)
Aaltje Tighlarr Nicoli, widow of Dirk Nicoli, died yesterday at the home of her son, Henry Van Wiggen on the Seneca Turnpike, Middle Settlement. She was born in Holland 78 years ago and came to this country in 18??, coming directly to this village, where she had resided for ?? years. The last 6six years she had made her home with her son Henry. She was a women of quiet habits, very charitable and kind and was well known and respected among the people of her nationality in this village. She is survived by four children; Margaret, wife of Frank Kipers, Walter Van Wiggen of Ilion, John of Whitesboro and Henry of Middle Settlement. She also leaves 12 grandchildren. The funeral will be held at the residence of her son Henry Van Wiggen, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Utica Herald-Dispatch, Utica, NY, Thursday Evening, September 12, 1912, Page 7
Wedding of Popular Couple
Isaac D. Edwards and Elsie D. Van Wiggeren Married Last Evening
Herald-Dispatch Branch Office, Bell Phone No. 411-W.
Ilion, Sept. 12- A pretty wedding was solemnized last evening between Elsie Dorthy Van Wiggeren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Wiggeren of 12 Otsego street, and Isaac D. Edwards of Waterville. The Rev. Calvin H. French, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of this village, performed the ceremony in the presence of a large company of friends and relatives of the bride and groom. The bride was attended by her only sister, Jennie Van Wiggeren and the groom by his only brother, L. Spencer Edwards.
The color scheme, which was white and yellow, was artistically carried out by some of the bride’s dearest friends. The arch under which the bridal party stood was skillfully trimmed with trailing pine, hydrangea and golden rod, in the background of which stood a large Boston fern.
The bride wore a gown of white silk batiste trimmed with Irish point lace and white satin ribbon. She wore a veil of the finest veiling, caught up with white rosebuds and she carried a bridal bouquet of white roses. The bridesmaid was attired in a gown of white chiffon over yellow silk, trimmed with lace and ball trimming and carried a large of yellow chrysanthemums. The bride’s gift to the bridesmaid was a pearl necklace and the groom’s gift to the best man was a necktie clasp.
Miss Gladys Dimock presided at the piano and played the wedding march as the party entered and Mendelssohn wedding march at the close. Allen Van Wiggeren, brother of the bride, sang beautifully before the ceremony. After the wedding supper was served and friends of the bride acted as waitresses.
The bride and groom are well known in this village. The bride was a graduate of the Ilion High School in the class of 1908 and has since that time taught successfully in grade schools in different places. This last year she has been teaching the second grade in New York Mills. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Sunday school. The groom, whose home is in Waterville, has for the past two years been employed by the Library Bureau of this village.
Both have a host of friends who will extend their heartiest congratulations and best wishes. The bride and groom left late last night for an extended trip through the cities and other places of Interest in this State and will be home to their many friends after October 1. The bride wore as her going away gown, a blue suit and hat to match.
The out of town guests were; Mrs. L. D. Edwards, mother of the groom, Miss Eleanor Edwards, sister of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faber of New York Mills, Mr. and Mrs. William Van Der Zee of Maynard, Mr. and Mrs. John Parnie of Frankford, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Edwards of Clinton and Miss Klarissa Kipers, Mr. Henry Kipers and Mr. Klass Kipers of Whitesboro.
Utica Herald-Dispatch, Utica, NY, Tuesday Evening, September 22, 1914, Column 1
Marcy, Sept. 22 – Mrs William Vanderzee died at her home in Marcy yesterday afternoon. She had been in poor health for about a year. She was born in Holland August 13, 1865 and came to this country with her parents and located at New York Mills. Twenty four years ago she married William Vanderzee at New York Mills. Some time ago they moved to Portland, Ore., where they lived until about three years ago, when they moved to Marcy. She attended the Dutch Reformed Church at New York Mills. Besides her husband she leaves one daughter, Mrs. Thomas Pasma of Malose, Mich; two brothers, Henry Faber of New York Mills and Mindert Faber of Portland, Ore.; and three sisters, Mrs Gorder of Portland, Ore., Mrs William Van Wiggeren of Ilion and Mrs. John Van Wiggeren of Vernon Center.
Utica Herald-Dispatch, Utica, NY, Tuesday Evening, December 1, 1914, Page 2.
Letter From Henry Kipers
Was Recalled to Holland as a Reservist
Whitesboro, Dec. 1, - A letter has been received here by the parents of Henry Kipers, who is now in Holland. Mr. Kipers resided on Tracy street and was recalled to Holland as a reservist some weeks ago. In his first letter he has not much to say regarding the war situation beyond stating that he and his companions are well taken care of in every respect by the Government. Mr. Kipers also says that all telegraph operators, postal mail clerks and carriers and others whose occupations were of a public character and had been recalled to join their regiments have been allowed to resume their former duties, subject to the summons on short notice.
Utica Sunday Tribune, Utica, NY, December 6, 1914
Miss Florence May Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F Morgan of 1135 Jefferson avenue, and Klass Kipers of Whitesboro were married Wednesday at the home of the officiating clergyman, the Rev. W. Demester Chase. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss. Mary Morgan, and the best man was Leon Gorman. Mr. and Mrs. Kipers will make their home in this city.
Utica Herald-Dispatch, Utica, NY, Monday Evening, June 11, 1917, Page 8.
The death of Walter J Van Wiggeren, a highly honored and respected resident of this village, died at his home, 352 Oswego street, yesterday morning. Mr. Van Wiggeren was born in Marsum, Holland, November 12, 1856. In 1882 he was induced by the late Salanton Hoxie, the noted Holstein cattle expert, to come to this country and for a number of years he was engaged in agricultural pursuits in the vicinity of Edmeston and also New York Mills. At the latter place he was a charter member of and ? Worker in the building up of the Dutch Reformed Church. For the past 17 years he had resided in Ilion, where he had been in the employ of the Remington Arms Company. Since living in the village, he has been a faithful worker in the First Presbyterian Church, in which for 14 years he had held the office of elder, and his absence will be keenly felt. March 18, 1883, he was united in marriage with Dieuke Syletra of Beeigum, Holland.
Besides his wife, there survive three sons; Allen J, Walter M and Richard C and two daughters , Mrs. I.D. Edwards and R Jennie Van Wiggeren, all of whom reside in this village, also two brothers, John Van Wiggeren of Vernon Center and Henry Van Wiggeren of Clinton and one sister, Mrs. Frank Kipers of Whitesboro.
The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. The Rev. C. N. Douglass officiating.
Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, Tuesday Evening, April 5, 1921, Page 3, Column 2
Mrs. S.C. Van Wiggeren Dead
Vernon, April 5 – At her home, Vernon Center yesterday afternoon occurred the death of Mrs. Stuart C. Van Wiggeren, wife of Stuart C. Wiggeren, after an illness of more than a year.
Besides her husband, she leaves one son, J. Walter Van Wiggeren of Vernon Center; also two sisters, Mrs. William Van Derzu of Portland, Ore., Syble Faber of Holland, and three brothers, Lee C Faber of Holland, Mindert C Faber of Portland, Ore., and Henry C Faber of Utica.Fu
neral services will beheld from her home Wednesday at 2 pm.
Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, Friday Evening, January 4, 1929, Page 3, Column 3
Stuart J Van Wiggeren Dead at Age of 68
Whitesboro, Jan. 4 – Stuart J Van Wiggeren, for almost half a century a resident of Ilion, Vernon Center and Sherburne, died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Frank Kipers, Hart's Hill, Wednesday. He had been ill seven weeks.
Mr. Van Wiggeren was born in Marsem, Holland, Dec. 6, 1861. He lived there until he came to this country and to this section 44 years ago. Thirty nine years ago he married Helena Faber at New York Mills. She died seven years ago at Vernon Center. He is survived by one son, J. Walter, Sherburne; his sister, Mrs. Kipers; brother, Henry, Clinton, and several nieces and nephews.
Utica Daily Press, Utica, NY, Tuesday Morning, August 11, 1931
Miss Allie R Kipers, Hart’s Hill, Whitesboro, and Hjaimer Mogren, ? Noyes Street, Utica, were married in the parsonage of Presbyterian Church, Whitesboro, by Rev. H. N. Baird. Mrs. Vincent Coyne and Frank Kipers, the brides sister and brother attended the couple. Mr. Mogren is employed with Wind’s Bakery, Whitesboro, and Miss Kipers was on the office staff of the Utica Dukbak corporation. Their home will be on Hart’s Hill.
Utica Observer-Dispatch, Utica, NY, Sunday, January 22, 1933, Page 7, Column 4
Willowvale – Fred Tighlar, 72, died yesterday morning at the home of Clarence E Brooks, Willowvale, after an illness of three weeks. Me. Tighlar was born June 24, 1863, in Blesun, Friesland, Holland, and came to this country 40 years ago, and for the past 25 years had made his home in Willowvale, where he was employed at the Willowvale Bleachery and by Mr. Brooks.
His nearest relatives are two cousins, Mrs. Frank Kipers Sr., Whitesboro, and Henry Van Wiggeren, Clinton. The funeral will be held at B. L. Wrench's funeral home, Whitesboro, Tuesday afternoon at 2.
Utica Observer-Dispatch, Utica, NY, Wednesday, March 1, 1933
Clinton Resident Wed in Baptist Church
In a ceremony in the Clinton Baptist Church this afternoon at 1 o’clock, Miss Mildred A Van Wiggeren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Wiggeren of the Seneca Turnpike, became the bride of William J Pritchard. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Clarence A Bantham, pastor. The wedding marches were played by the organist, Mrs. Edward T Hughes, and Vincent Coyne, cousin of the bride, sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Henry Van Wiggeren.
The Bride was attended by Miss. Marjorie Mantey of Mt. Vernon. The groom’s attendant was Edward Allen of Wampsville. The ushers were LeRoy Congdon of Clinton and Walter Barnaby of Hudson Falls. A reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents on the Seneca Turnpike and later Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard left for a motor trip which will include New York City.
Mr. Pritchard, a son of Mrs. Louis Edwards of Hurricane Road, Utica, is connected with the New York Central Railroad. The bride has been employed on College Hill. The bride wore a gown of white satin trimmed with lace, a veil and carried white roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid’s gown was of wisteria flat crepe and she carried pink roses. After Mar. 15, Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard will be at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Wiggeren on the Seneca Turnpike.
Utica Daily Press, Utica, NY, Wednesday, January 15, 1936, Page 6
Frans Klass Kipers Expires in Whitestown
Whitesboro – Frans Klass Kipers Sr. resident of Harts Hill for more than 40 years, died in his home on Clark Mills Road, Tuesday evening, Jan. 14, 1936. He was born in Friesland, Netherlands, Nov. 21, 1865, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Klass Ulbe Kipers. He received his education there and at the age of 21 came to this country where he settled in Yorkville. In 1888 Mr. Kipers married Grietje Van Wiggeren. In 1892 they moved to Clark Mills Road where they have lived since. Mr. Kipers was engaged in farming most of his life, having retired about six years ago. He was a member of the Whitesboro Presbyterian church. He had been an inspector of elections for 29 years and a member of the School Board for many years. Mr. Kipers was a Republican.
Besides his wife, he leaves three sons, Klass, Henry and Frank; two daughters, Mrs. Vincent Coyne and Mrs. Jack Mogren, all of Whitesboro; three sisters and a brother in the Netherlands; several nieces and nephews and eight grandchildren.
Utica Daily Press, Utica, NY, Wednesday, January 15, 1936
Kipers- Suddenly at his home on the Clark Mills Road, Town of Whitestown, Tuesday Evening, Jan. 14, 1936, Frank Klass Kipers Sr., in his 71st year.
Utica Daily Press, Utica, NY, Friday, October 14, 1937
Utica Girl is Bride Of Whitesboro Man.
Nanette B Wademeyer is Married to Frank F Kipers
Rev. W. C. Nolte Officiates
Couple Married in Future Home in Hart’s Hill
Miss. Nanette B. Wademayer, 1109 Parker Street, and Frank F Kipers, Hart’s Hill, Whitesboro, were married Thursday night at 6:45 by Rev. W. C. Nolte, pastor of Zion’s Lutheran Church. The ceremony took place in the future home of the couple on Hart’s Hill.
Miss. Allie R. Kipers, sister of the bridegroom and John A Wademayer, brother of the bride, were the attendants. Miss. Minnie Meyer, at the piano, and Chelsea Johns, violinist, played the wedding march. Mrs. Oscar Funke, sister of the bride, sang “I Love You Truly”. Hazel Knox, niece of the bride, was flower girl. She wore pink taffeta and carried a basket of asters. Another niece of the bride, Gladys Wademeyer, was ring barer. Her frock was yellow taffeta. The bride wore white satin and tulle with a bridal veil caught with orange blossoms. She carried white roses. Her bridesmaid wore green crepe satin and carried pink roses.
The bride presented the bridesmaid with a string of pearls. The flower girl received a ring and the ring bearer a bracelet. The bridegroom gave his best man a gold piece. Mrs. Martha Schmidt and Mrs. Oscar Funke, sisters of the bride, and Miss. Allie R Kipers, sister of the bridegroom, served a wedding supper to about 73 guests after the ceremony. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Kipers, the bridegroom’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kipers left on an eastern trip. The bridegroom is a letter carrier in the Whitesboro Post Office and the bride has been employed in the offices of the Duk-bak Corporation.
Utica Daily Press, Utica, NY, Wednesday, August 24, 1938, Page 5.
Kipers To Accept Another Mail Berth
Whitesboro- This village will lose one of it’s most popular letter carriers on Sept. 1 when Frank Kipers, postman for the past 11 years, will assume the duties of suburban carrier in the Brighton Station of the Rochester Post Office. Mr. Kipers lives on Hart’s Hill, his birthplace, and expects to move with his family to Rochester some time this week. Mr. Mrs. Kipers were guests yesterday o the Happy Circle Bridge Club at a farewell ?? In Prospect Park, of which Mrs. George Long, Yorkville, was chairman and Mrs. Ernest Scholl, Hart’s Hill, co-chairman. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Morrison, Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cushman, Utica; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Engler, Utica; Mr. and Mrs. George Long, Yorkville; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scholl and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Scholl of Hart’s Hill.
Oswego Palladium-Times, OSWEGO, NY Wednesday, September 10, 1941
Miss Faith Christine Stack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Stack of Genesso, and Richard Franc Kipers of Whitesboro, were married at the First Methodist church in Genesso on Aug. 26. Mr. Kipers is a graduate of Oswego Normal school and is instructor of industrial arts and mechanical drawing at LeRoy High school.
Utica Daily Press, Utica, NY, Wednesday, January 17, 1945
Klass Kipers Found Dead
Whitesboro- Klass Kipers, 55, a life-long resident of Hart’s Hill, a rural mail carrier for about 27 years, was found dead in his car last night shortly after he had left his home. Discovery was made by Dr. Robert C Warner, a neighbor, who was passing in his car about 8 p.m. and noticed Mr. Kipers’ car off the road, in a snowdrift. Mr. Kipers had been dead only a short time when he was found, having left his home to participate in a weekly bowling match in Whitesboro. Coroner Thomas Cox, Rome, said death was due to coronary occlusion. The remains were taken to the Dimbleby Funeral Home, 179 Main.
Mr. Kipers, who served Hart’s Hill, Clark Mills and part of Westmoreland as a rural carrier, was a director of the Whitestown Homestead Aid Association and a member and elder of the Whitesboro Presbyterian Church. He was a secretary of the Oneida County Mail Carriers Association. Born in Hart’s Hill on Sept. 3, 1889, he was the son of the late Frank and Gretjie Van Wiggeren Kipers. He was educated in local schools and was graduated from the Utica School of Commerce in 1908.
He is survived by his wife, the former Florence Morgan of Utica, to whom he was married on Dec. 2, 1914; one son, Richard, LeRoy, NY; his mother, two brothers, Henry Kipers, Hart’s Hill, and two sisters, Mrs. Vincent Coyne and Mrs. Jack Mogran, both of Whitesboro.
Clinton Courier, Clinton, NY, February 3, 1949, Page 5
Mrs. H. Van Wiggeren
Mrs. Henry Van Wiggeren, 79, Seneca Turnpike, died February 2, 1949, in a Utica hospital after a long illness. Josephine Dawley was born on January 22, 1870, in North Williamsburg, Canada, a daughter of the late James and Mary Ann Beckstead Dawley. She was married in 1905, and most of her married life was spent in this vicinity. She was a member of the Baptist Church.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Owens funeral home, College street with burial in New York Mills.
Utica Daily Press, Utica, NY, Tuesday, April,19, 1949, Page 16.
Henry J. Van Wiggeren
Clinton- Henry J Van Wiggeren, 82 Clinton RD, died Apr. 17, 1949,in a Utica Hospital after being in ill health for several weeks. He was born at Marssum, The Netherlands, Mar. 1, 1857, son of the late Yelle Walter and Aaitje Tighelaar /Van Wiggeren. He came to this country at the age of 16 and on Dec. 27, 1905, he married Josephine Dawley. She died Feb. 2, 1949. For 34 years he operated a farm on the Seneca Turnpike, retiring eight years ago. Mr. Van Wiggeren was a member of Walcott Memorial Presbyterian Church, New York Mills and Utica Lodge 47, F&AM.
He leaves a daughter, Mrs. William Pritchard, Clinton; a sister, Mrs. Frank Kipers, Harts Hill: four grand children, several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow from the Owens Funeral Home, with burial in New York Mills.
Utica Observer-Dispatch, Utica, NY, Sunday Morning, December 4, 1949
Married at 11 a.m. yesterday in Westminster Presbyterian Church were Miss Gloria Girmonde and William J Kipers. The Rev. George W Burroughs Jr., officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. John Girmonde, 1501 Weston, and the late Mr. Girmonde. The bridegroom is the son of Henry Kipers Sr., Harts Hill, Whitesboro, and the late Mrs. Kipers.
The bride was attended by Miss Arlene LoFargo, the bride’s sister; Miss Margaret and Miss Allie C Coyne, cousins of the bridegroom. Frank Kipers, Whitesboro, was best man for his brother. The ushers were Andrew LoConie, Utica, and Wesley E Moore, Whitesboro. Given in marriage by her uncle, Joseph Girmonde, the bride was gowned in ice blue slipper satin with leg-of-mutton sleeves. The square neckline was bordered with petals of satin and the skirt was designed with unpressed pleats and a train. A poke bonnet of ke? blue illusion trimmed with seed pearls held her fingertip veil of imported illusion. She carried white roses and gardenias centered with a white orchard. The maid of honor was attired in a wine velveteen gown fashioned with a V-neckline and cap sleeves. She wore clusters of matching flowers in her hair and carried talisman roses. The bridesmaid’s gown of blue velveteen were designed to match that of the manor attendant. They wore blue poke bonnets and carried yellow roses. Mrs. Margarethe Briesen was organist.
After a dinner and reception in Twin Ponds Golf and Country Club, Mr. and Mrs. Kipers left for a trip to Miami Beach, Fla.
Daily Press, Utica, NY, Saturday, November 2, 1950, Page 8
Mrs. Florence M Kipers
Whitesboro- Mrs. Florence Morgan Kipers, 84, Harts Hill, died unexpectedly, Nov. 24, 1950, in her home. Dr. Preston R Clark, coroner, said death was caused by coronary occlusion. She was born May 9, 1886, in Utica, a daughter of Richard and Mary Alice Morgan. She attended Utica schools and had lived in Whitesboro for the past 34 years. She was married Dec. 2, 1914, in Utica, to Klass U Kipers. Mr Kipers died Jan. 16, 1945. Mrs Kipers was a member of Whitesboro First Presbyterian church and of the National rural Letter Carriers Auxiliary.
She leaves a son, Richard F Kipers, Fairport; three sisters, Mrs Mary Butler and Mrs Elizabeth Smalley, Detroit and Mrs. Sidney JeJong, Rochester, three brothers, Richard Morgan, Poland; William Morgan, Utica, William Morgan, Utica, and Edward Morgan, Detroit; two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
The funeral will be at 2 pm Monday from Dimbleby funeral Home, 179 Main , Whitesboro, with the Rev. Herbert N Baird officiating. Burial will be in Glenside Cemetery, New York Mills.
Clinton Courier, Clinton, NY, 1951
Mrs. Grietje Kipers
Mrs. Grietje Kipers, 87, Harts Hill, died July 26, 1951, at her home after a short illness. Mrs. Kipers was born November 21, 1863, in Maasum, Friesland, the Netherlands, a daughter of Jelle Walter and Aaltje Tighelaar VanWiggeran. She came to the United States in 1879, taking up residence in Yorkville before moving to the Hart´s Hill section 56 years ago. On March 15, 1888, she was married to Frank Kipers, who died in 1936. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Whitesboro.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Vincent Cone (sic) and Mrs. Jack Mogran, both of Hart´s Hill; two sons, Henry, Hart´s Hill; and Frank, Rochester; ten grandchildren and three great grand-children. The funeral was held at 3:15 p.m. Sunday from her home, with the Rev. H.N. Baird of the First Presbyterian Church of Whitesboro officiating. Interment was in Glensdale Cemetery, New York Mills.
Clinton Courier, Clinton, NY, August, 1952
Mrs. Charlotte Mogren
Mrs. Charlotte A Mogren, formerly of Oneida, died Aug. 8, 1952, at the home of her son., Jack Mogren, Whitesboro, after a brief illness. Charlotte Anderson was born in Stokwiek, Sweden, May 14, 1876. She came to this country and Brooklyn when she was 15 years old. She was married here to Leonart Mogren, who died in 1922. Mrs. Mogren had lived in Oneida from 1910 until April of this year when she moved to Whitesboro to live with her son.
Mrs. Mogren leaves two other sons, Gerald Mogren of Oneida , and Dr. Roy A. Mogren, Philadelphia, Pa.; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Spoll, Utica, and Mrs. Elmer Evans, New York; also eight grandchildren, one great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews.
The funeral was Monday, August 11, from the home of her son, John Mogren, Harts Hill, Whitesboro, with the Rev. Charles Marks of the Westmoreland Methodist church officiating. Bearers: John Hoyland, Henry Kipers, Harold Hoyland, Frank Kipers, Warren Crumb, and William Kipers. Interment was in Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, with committal service by Mr. Marks.
Utica Observer-Dispatch, Utica, NY, February 25, 1957
Henry F. Kipers Sr., 64, Was School Custodian
Whitesboro- Henry F. Kipers Sr., 64, Clark Mills Rd., Harts Hill, died unexpectedly Feb. 24, 1957, at his home. Dr. T.W. Piekielniak, Oneida County Coroner, said death was due to a heart attack.
Employed as a gardener and groundskeeper at the F. Ramsay Devereux home, Mr. Kipers had been a custodian at Hearts Hill School for more than 30 years, retiring about two years ago. Active in politics for many years, he was a member of the Whitestown Republican Committee. He was born Nov. 6, 1892, in Yorkville, son of Frank and Margaret Van Wiggeren Kipers, and was educated in Whitesboro schools. In October, 1921, he married Nora Sheehan. She died May 21, 1927. Mr. Kipers attended the First Presbyterian Church of Whitesboro.
Surviving are three sons, Henry F, Frank and Williams Kipers, all of Whitesboro; a brother, Frank Kipers, Rochester, five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 2 Wednesday from the home of the son, Henry Kipers, Harts Hill, with the Rev. Kenneth L. Bowser, pastor of First Presbyterian /church of Whitesboro, officiating.
Clinton Courier, Clinton, NY, 1951
Mrs. Grietje Kipers
Mrs. Grietje Kipers, 87, Harts Hill, died July 26, 1951, at her home after a short illness. Mrs. Kipers was born November 21, 1863, in Maasum, Friesland, the Netherlands, a daughter of Jelle Walter and Aaltje Tighelaar VanWiggeran. She came to the United States in 1879, taking up residence in Yorkville before moving to the Hart’s Hill section 56 years ago. On March 15, 1888, she was married to Frank Kipers, who died in 1936. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Whitesboro.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Vincent Cone (sic) and Mrs. Jack Mogran, both of Hart’s Hill; two sons, Henry, Hart’s Hill; and Frank, Rochester; ten grandchildren and three great grand-children. The funeral was held at 3:15 p.m. Sunday from her home, with the Rev. H.N. Baird of the First Presbyterian Church of Whitesboro officiating. Interment was in Glensdale Cemetery, New York Mills.
Utica Daily Press, Utica, NY, Monday, January 6, 1969
Mrs. Elsie Van Wiggeran Edwards, 78, Johnstown, formerly of Ilion and Yorkville and widow of Isaac Edwards, died Jan. 3 in Johnstown Hospital. The funeral will be at 10:30 from the Whiter-Hendrix Funeral Home, Illion, with burial in Armory Hill Cemetery, Ilion.
Clinton Courier, Clinton, NY, Wednesday, December 12, 1973, Page 31.
William Pritchard Dies
William J. Pritchard, 66, of 131 Seneca Turnpike, Clinton, died December 5 in Faxton Hospital. He was born in Wales and came to the United States as a youth. He attended New York Mills and Utica schools. In 1933 he married Mildred Van Wiggeren in Clinton.
Mr. Pritchard had been employed for 44 years by the New York Central Railroad, retiring in 1969. He is a member of the Clinton Baptist Church and the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen.
Besides his wife he leaves a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Casey (Joan), Milpitas, California; three sons, James, W., Utica; Edward N. and Robert H., both of Westmoreland.
The funeral was Saturday from the Owens Funeral Home with burial in Glenside Cemetery, New York Mills.
Utica Observer-Dispatch, Utica, NY, Tuesday, November 2, 1975, Page 10.
Frank F Kipers, 75; Once A Mail Carrier
Whitesboro- Frank F Kipers, 75, of 1425 Howard Road, Gates, a former mail carrier here for 22 years, died Oct. 25 in St. Mary’s Hospital, Rochester. Mr. Kipers had been Gates supervisor for three terms, retiring in 1965. He also had been manager of Knopf ????? and worked in the men’s department of E. W. Edwards & Son, Rochester. He was a graduate of the Utica School of Commerce.
He leaves his wife, Nannette B Kipers; two sons, Dale, Millville, NJ; David, Gates; two sisters, Clarrissa (sic) Coyne and Allie Mogren, Utica. Burial was in ?? Memorial Park, Rochester.
Clinton Courier, Clinton, NY, Wednesday, August 18, 1982, Page 16
Ivor S Hall, age 87, of 12 Prospect St., Clark Mills, died Monday, August 16, 1982 in St. Luke's Hospital. He was born in Cardiff, Wales August 17, 1894, son of Paterson and Henrietta Hall. He was educated in England and came to the United States at an early age. In Clark Mills, November 2, 1921, he married Doris Knight. The couple have always resided in Clark Mills. Mrs Hall died July 12, 1977.
For many years, he was employed at the Hind & Harrison Plush Co. in Clark Mills, and for over 20 years was employed at Griffiss Air Force Base, retiring in 1964. For many years, Mr. Hall served on the Town of Kirkland Town Board and was a Justice of the Peace in Clark Mills. Mr. Hall was a WW I veteran and served in the United States Army in France. He was a member of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Clark Mills, the Westmoreland Masonic Lodge, Clark Mills American Legion, and the Town of Kirkland Senior Citizens.
He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Frank (Joyce) Kipers of Whitesboro; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held this morning (Wednesday) from St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Clark Mills. Arrangements were handled by the Owens Funeral Home, College St., Clinton. Burial was in Kirkland Cemetery.
Utica Observer-Dispatch, Utica, NY, Friday, July 13, 1984, Page 11.
Allie R. Mogren
Whitesboro- Mrs. Allie R. Mogren, 86, of Clark Mills Rd., July 12, 1984, in St. Luke’s Memorial Hospital Center. She was born March 24, 1898 in Whitesboro, the daughter of Frank Greitje VanWiggeren Kipers. She received her education in Whitesboro Schools and the Utica School of Commerce and married Jack Mogren August 6, 1931. Mrs. Mogren was employed at the Utica Ducbac and Woolworths. She was a member of the First United Presbyterian Church of Whitesboro and Utica Chapter No. 452 O. E. S..
Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter and son-in-law Charlotte and Robert Norton, Athens, Ohio; four grandchildren, Mrs. Gary (Eileen) Saddler, Mrs. William (Kathleen) Fox, Robert Norton and William Norton; many nieces and nephews. Her funeral will be Monday at a time to be announced at the J. W. Dimbleby Funeral Home. Internet will be in Glenside /cemetery, New York Mills. Calling hours are /Saturday evening 7-9, Sunday 2-4 and 7-9. Members of Utica Chapter will conduct ritualistic services Saturday evening at 7 o’clock. In lieu of flowers please consider the Central Oneida County Ambulance Corp. Envelopes are available at the Funeral Home.
Utica Daily Press, Utica, NY, Thursday, October 9, 1986, Page 6.
Henry F Kipers
Whitesboro- Henry F Kipers, 64, of Clark Mills Rd., Died October 7, 1986 in St. Luke’s Memorial Hospital Center. He was born September 22, 1922, the son of Henry F and Nora Sheehan Kipers, Sr., in Whitesboro. He received is education in Whitesboro schools and was a W>W> II Army Veteran having served in the Air Corps. On August 23, 1947, he married Margaret A. Newman in Hinckley. He was employed by Discount Tile and Carpet World, and was a member of St. Anne’s Church in Whitesboro.
Besides his wife, he is survived by three sons and two daughters-in-law, Major James H and Donna H Kipers, of Watertown, Robert H and Michelle Kipers, of Marcy, and Kevin R. Kipers, of Whitesboro; grandchildren, James H. Jr., Tracil, Terry Ann, Kristine Ann, and Frank Kipers, all of Whitesboro, and William Kipers, of Nashua , NH, several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Friends are cordially invited to attend a Memorial Mass, Saturday morning at 10:00, at St. Anne’s Parish Church, Whitesboro, followed by a greeting of the family at St. Anne’s Parish Center. There are no calling hours. Arrangements are in care of the J. W. Dimbleby Funeral Home, 40 Main St., Whitesboro.