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April 14, 1879
Lee Center - At 1 pm on the 10th inst. Frederick Haas was taken with angina pectoris, which resulted fatally at 7 pm Friday. He was a tailor by trade and has been a resident of this town for many years. He leaves three sons and two daughters, all married, to mourn. He was aged 72 years and 26 days. The funeral will be held at the Union Church today.
February 21, 1879
HALEN - At New Hartford, Feb. 10, 1879, Miss Maggie Halen, youngest daughter of Mrs. Margaret and the late Thomas Halen, aged 29 yrs 11 mos.
March 22, 1881
HALEY - In this city March 17, 1881, Eliza, wife of John Haley, aged 77 years.
Hall, Daniel M.Rome Sentinel
May 1, 1908
Was Under Treatment for Heart Trouble--Had Long Been a Resident and Business Man of Rome--Prominent in Politics and Popular with All.
Daniel M. Hall of this city, whose death occurred on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. had gone to Clinton just a week before and entered a sanitarium where he was under treatment for heart trouble. On Monday he took cold which developed pneumonia and pleurisy and caused his death.
Daniel Mills Hall was born in Verona Oct 22, 1849. In his boyhood he attended the district schools and later finished his education at the Oneida Seminary, Oneida. About 1871 he went to Minneapolis, Minn., and for several years was employed by the American Express Company as messenger. He was an expert bookkeeper and in 1878 he came to Rome and entered the employ of the late James S. Dyett, who then conducted a large grocery store on W. Dominick street. He remained with Mr. Dyett several years and later employed by the late Fred J. Brigge and also Contractor William J. Cramond. His last work in this line was for the wholesale grocery firm of A. Ethridge & Co., with whom he remained for six years. In 1909, a few months after the Rome Home Telephone Company’s plant was established, Mr. Hall took the position of manager. He was eminently successful in this capacity and did a great deal to build up the business of the company. In the spring of 1903 he resigned his position with the telephone company and went into business for himself. He bought the interest of William Newcomb in the metal sign business of Putnam & Newcomb, which then was located in Daniel O’Connell’s building at the foot of Court street, and the firm became Putnam & Hall. Within a few months thereafter they bought the two story brick factory at 420 W. Court street and moved there business there. About three years ago, the J. H. Matthews Company of Pittsburg, Pa., bought Mr. Putnam’s interest in the business and Mr. Hall became a member of the company. He took charge of the plant here and thus continued until his death. The business is a very successful one.
Mr. Hall was a member of Roman Lodge No. 233, F and A. M., Rome Council, No 150, R. A., Rome Tent, Knights of the Maccabees, of which he had been commander, Junior Order of American Mechanics, of which he had been councilor and senior past councilor, and Foresters of America, of which he had been chief ranger. In politics he was an earnest Republican, and was prominent in the councils of his party. He served the third ward as alderman, being one of few Republicans ever elected in that ward. Last year he was president of the Rome Republican Club and at the time of his death was serving his second year as chairman of the Republican city committee. He was an excellent public speaker and had made many nominating speeches in Republican conventions. His last appearance in a gathering of the members of his party was at Herkimer on Saturday, April 18, when he was made chairman of the Republican congressional district convention.
Mr. Hall was a man of keen observation and rare intelligence. He was a wide reader of good literature, both poetry and prose. He was one of the best Shakespearean students in the city, and often used quotations from the great playwright to emphasize his points. A man of the most kindly and genial dispositions, he made friends without effort and was very popular with all who knew him. He always looked on the bright side of things and was ever ready to assist a friend in trouble. His death is greatly regretted by all who knew him and the sincerest sympathy will be extended to the sorrowing relatives.
On May 12, 1875, Mr Hall married Miss Katie Kneaskern of Verona, who with one son, W. K. Hall, of this city survived. He also leaves two brothers and one sister, Harvey S. Hall of Verona, Jason Hall of Racine, Wis., and Mrs. Emma Maycock of Verona.
The remains of Mr. Hall were brought from Clinton today and the funeral will be held at the family residence, 739 Armstrong avenue, on Sunday at 1 p.m. (Note Burial in Verona Cemetery)Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hall, EzraUtica Daily Press
October 7, 1925 (Thursday)
Ava - Oct. 7 - Ezra Hall, 73, resident of East Ava, was found dead in a piece of woods on his farm Tuesday afternoon.
He left home at about 11 in the morning to cut wood and when he did not return his sister, Mrs. Mary Coleman, with whom he lived, became alarmed and went in search of him. She found him lying face downward. She called neighbors and the body was removed to his home. Dr. Haberer, coroner of Utica, was notified.
Mr. Hall was a ligelong resident of Ava where he was well known. He was never married and is survived by his sister, Mrs. Coleman.
The funeral will be held from the home Friday. Interment will be in Ava Cemetery.
Hall, GilbertRome Sentinel
Jan 18, 1902
VERONA, Jan 18 -- Gilbert Hall died at his home in this place this morning. The deceased was 78 years old and had been a resident of Verona for over fifty years. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and had held the office of sexton for thirty-six years. He is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters, Mrs. John Hawley of Vernon, Mrs. Milo Merril of Oriskany, John Hall of Verona and Allen Hall, who is somewhere in the west. Mr. Hall was well known and respected throughout the entire community. (Note Burial in Verona Cemetery)Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hall, Henry B.
November 15, 1934
Taberg - A heart attack suffered late Wednesday afternoon at the plant of the Rome Company at Rome proved fatal to Henry B. Hall, life long and well known resident of this village. Mr. Hall had been an employe at the Rome Plant for the past 13 years. Mr. Hall was born at the Hall homestead three miles from here November 3, 1878, a son of the late John & Angeline Pexton Hall. He was engaged in farming until 1921 when he came to the village. For two years he was a rural mail carrier from the local office to Blossvale and Glenmore. Four years ago he and his wife took over the management of a business place here, which has become known as Hall's Coffee Shop and gas station. He was a member and a trustee of the Methodist Church and was a member of the bible class and the Epworth League of the church. He enjoyed the friendship of a large circle and was esteemed throughout the community. He was married March 19, 1901, to Miss Ella Cook of Lee, who survives. He leaves also two sons, Earl, at home, and George of this village, and two sisters, Mrs. Etta Farley and Mrs. Clarence Preston of Rome. The body was brought today to the home of Mrs. Hall's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Johnson, by B. A. Sanborn. Friends may call at the Johnson home at their convenience. Burial will be in Maple Hill.
Hall, Kate KneaskernRome Sentinel
March 9, 1917
Mrs. Kate R. Hall, aged 64, widow of Daniel M. Hall, died at her home 739 Armstrong avenue, at 7:30 o’clock Thursday evening after a very short illness. She was stricken with paralysis at 3:30 o’clock in the afternoon and died four hours later. She was the daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. William Kneaskern and was born in Danube, Herkimer county, in February, 1853. She came to Rome with her parents when she was 20 years old and had since resided here. She was married here to Mr. Hall who died in 1907 (His obit has 1908). Mrs. Hall attended the Presbyterian Church and was a member of the W. C. T. U. and the Lady Maccabees. Her only soon, William K. Hall, died two years ago, and Mrs. Hall’s health had failed since that time. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Alice R. Hall of Oneida, the sisters marrying men of the same name though not related. Mrs. Hall was of kind and charitable disposition and had many friends who will deeply regret her death. (Note Burial in Verona Cemetery)Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hall, Melvin H.Rome Sentinel
Dec 5, 1882
Melvin H. Hall, aged 80 years, son of Deacon Elias Hall, of this place, died quite suddenly on Wednesday with paralysis, at Durhamville, where he was clerking in the store and post office. He had suffered a number of years from a fever sore and was in poor health. The funeral will be attended form the residence of his father today at 2 o’clock p.m. (Note burial in Verona Cemetery)Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hallock, Mary E.
January 6, 1900
Oneida - Mary E. Hallock, the wife of Fernie E. Hallock, died yesterday morning at her home, No. 42 Liberty street, from consumption. Besides her husband and mother she is survived by several brothers and sister.
September 17, 1886
HALSEY - At Waterville Sept. 9, 1886, Seila, wife of Dr. Harry W. Halsey.
Halstead, Ella MerrifieldUtica Daily Press
January 11, 1938
McConnellsville - Death of Mrs. Ella M. Halstead occurred yesterday at Rome Hospital. She was admitted to the hospital after suffering a hip fracture in a fall Dec. 29.
Mrs. Halstead was born at Cato, daughter of the late Rev. William C. and Maria H. Merrifield. She was married about 60 years ago to Charles M. Halstead, who died 12 years ago.
Mrs. Halstead had lived in McConnellsville all her married life. She was a former member of the M. E. Church.
Survivng are four sons, George, Sherrill, Jay, McConnellsville, Fred, Albany, and Hubert, Jackson, Mich., a brother, Frank Merrifield, Lysander, 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Hammon, John W.Utica Daily Press
June 21, 1960
John W. Hammon, 73, of Miller Rd., Holland Patent, died yesterday in his home after a brief illness.
He was born July 8, 1886 in South Trenton, son of Charles and Caroline Snook Hammon, and had owned and operated farms in Marcy and Holland Patent most of his life.
Mr. Hammon lived in Marcy for 35 years and had lived in Holland Patent for the past 14 years.
He married Minnie Luke Jan. 4, 1910. The couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last January.
Mr. Hammon was a former member of the South Trenton Community Church.
Besides his wife, he leaves three sons, Brayton Hammon, Florida, Morrell and Lynn Hammon, both of Marcy, nine grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter, a brother, Frank Hammon, Floyd, and several nieces and nephews.
Hanrahan, LawrenceUtica Herald
August 12, 1915
Lawrence Hanrahan, an aged inmate of the Oneida County Home for some years, died there last night according to word which reached the police this morning asking them to locate relatives of the dead man. Hanrahan, when committed in 1895, told the authorities in case anything happened to him to notify George Hanrahan, an employe of the D. L. & W. railroad yards.
Harding, Lorenzo D.
September 17, 1886
HARDING - In Florence Sept. 13, 1881, Lorenzo D. Harding, aged 60 years.
Harper, Margaret Eliza
March 11, 1881
HARPER - In New Hartford March 16, 1881, Margaret Eliza, wife of Jacob Harper, aged 64 years.
Harrington, BenjaminUtica Daily Press
May 16, 1912
The funeral of Benjamin Harrington, who died at his home near Blossvale on Saturday, was held on Tuesday afternoon from the M. E. Church of McConnellsville, Rev. Mr. Kennedy officiating. Mr. Harrington had not been in good health for nearly a year and the immediate cause of death was a paralytic stroke, which he suffered a week ago Sunday. Mr. Harrington, who was 69 years of age, had lived near Blossvale practically his entire life. He was a Civil War Veteran, having enlisted from the town of Vienna on May 1, 1862, as a private in Company K, Second Heavy Artillery Volunteers, and served with credit until the close of the war, when he was honorably discharged. He was a prominent and respected farm, and was well known in Blossvale and vicinity. The deceased is survived by his wife, Jennie Harrington, two daughters, Carrie and Elizabeth Harrington, and a son, Benjamin Harrington, all of Blossvale.
Hart, Lodema Fitch
April 29, 1920
Mrs. Lodema Fitch Hart, wife of the late Thomas Hart, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Stahl, on Charles Street, Sunday night. She was the daughter of Isaac & Betsey Edick Fitch and born in Steuben 89 yrs ago. She married Thomas Hart who died 27 yrs ago. Until his death they lived in Steuben but for the last 20 yrs Mrs. Hart had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Stahl. She was a member of the ME Church and is survived by one brother, James H. Fitch Boonville; three daughters, Mrs. Samuel Shahl, Boonville; Mrs. Susan Mower, Rome; Mrs. Fredrick Fox, Oneida. Funeral will be held at the home of Samuel Stahl at 1 o’clock Wednesday, Rev. E. J. Lavis officiating. Burial at North Steuben.
Submitted by Adelaide Webster
Hartman, Charles N.
May 2, 1885
Charles N. Hartman, of Bartlett, who received an injury to his abdomen by running or falling upon a sharp stick, while chasing an unruly cow a few days since, died on Friday afternoon after the most intense suffering, aged about 82 yrs. Death is supposed to have been caused by moritifcation of an internal rupture. The deceased was formerly a resident of Verona. He moved to the Bessee farm in Westmoreland, April 1st. Besides a wife and two children, he leaves a father and mother who reside near New London in the town of Verona. He has many friends and was well liked by all who knew him. Funeral services will be held at the residence at 10 am and at the Lutheran Church in Churchville in the town of Verona at 2 pm. on Sunday. Interment in Churchville.
Hartson, Jesse A.
March 7, 1901
Ava - The death of Dr. Jesse A. Hartson occurred at his home here at 12:15 this afternnon. The cause of his death was pneumonia, from which he had been suffering for about a week. There was a council of physicians yesterday and last night, but it was found impossible to relieve him. The deceased was about 33 years of age and have lived here for some six years. He was graduated at the Baltimore Medical College and for a time was in the office of Dr. Cox at Lee Center. He had been the correspondent of the Sentinel for several years. In the community where he had lived he was highly esteemed, both in his professional capacity and as a neighbor. He had been town clerk of Ava for the past three years, and was again elected on Tueday on the Democratic ticket by a majority of twenty-three. Surviving besides his wife and son are his father and mother, Mr. & Mrs. Monroe Hartson of Stokes, two brothers, Lewis of North Western and Roy of Stokes, a sister, Mrs. William Jones of North Western.
Hartson, Julia VanWagenen
March 13, 1901
Stokes - The death of Mrs. Monroe Hartson, aged 65 years, occurred at her home near here on Tuesday at 10 am. The cause of death was pneumonia, superinduced by the shock of the death of her son, Dr. Jesse A. Hartson, which occurred in Ava on March 7. The day previous to his death she rode from her home to that of her son's, about five miles and caught cold, and feeling ill she returned to her home the following day and took to her bed, pneumonia developing the same day. Mrs. Hartson was, prior to her marriage, Miss Julia VanWagenen, a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wessel B. VanWagenen, and was born in Chautauqua County. While still very young her parents moved to this vicinity. Nearly forty years ago she was married to Monroe Hartson and they took up their residence in the house where she died. From her long residence here she had made many acquaintances, and nearly all had developed into a warm friendship and respect, as the deceased was a woman of amiable disposition, kind hearted, and one who was ready at all times to befriend a person in need. Besides the husband there survive one daughter and two sons, Mrs. William Jones and Lewis N. Hartson of North Western and LeRoy C. Hartson who lives with his parents at the homestead, a brother, L. Van Wagenen of Westernville, and two sisters, Mrs. E. G. Stevens of Camden and Mrs. Jeptha Brainard of Illinois. Much sympathy is expressed for the family in their double affliction. The funeral will be held from the deceased's late home at 1 pm Friday.
Harvey, Jane Reed
December 1, 1916
HARVEY - At Remsen, Wednesday November 29, 1916, Jane Reed, daughter of C. Ray and May Humphrey Harvey, aged 7 weeks.
Haskell, M.Rome Sentinel
July 28, 1888
The funeral of M. Haskell took place from the Presbyterian church on Saturday at 10. A.m. Rev, Mr. Grant conducting the services. The remains were interred in the Verona Cemetery.Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hausler, MaxUtica Daily Press
August 3, 1921
Max Hausler, aged 85 yrs, died today at the County Home. He was admitted from Utica 10 years ago. It is not known that any members of the family survive but friends claimed the body.
Hawkins, Maggie M.
March 22, 1881
HAWKINS - In this city, March 14, 1881, Maggie M., only daughter of DeLoss and Frances M. Hawkins, aged 1 year 9 months 2 days.
Hawley, Christina ClineRome Sentinel
March 6, 1912
Death of Mrs. Harrison Hawley
Verona, March 6 -- Christina Cline, wife of Harrison Hawley, died at her home near this village at 9 p.m. on Monday. Mrs. Hawley was born in Schoharie, April 26, 1847. Her early life was spent there and she came to Verona 38 years ago at the time of her marriage. She was a member of the Methodist Church of this place, a kind and loving wife and mother and loved and respected by a large circle of friends and neighbors. Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J. E. Kinney of Syracuse, two sons, Frank J. and Fred A. Hawley of this place, and five grandchildren; also two brothers, Ezra Cline of Durhamville and David of Illinois, and one sister, Mrs. Esther Fort of Altamont, N.Y. The funeral will be held on Thursday at 2 p.m. at the M.E. Church. (Note Burial in Verona Cemetery)Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hawley, Jennie M.Rome Sentinel
Jan 17, 1911
Verona, Jan 17 -- Mrs. Jennie M. Hawley, wife of Frank Hawley of Verona, died at 8 p.m. on Monday at the Rome Infirmary, following and operation ten days ago. She had been suffering with a complication of trouble. Besides her husband, she is survived by two small daughters. She had lived a number of years in Verona and was well favorably known here. (Note Burial in Verona CemeteryContributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hawley, John F.Rome Sentinel
Feb. 20, 1923
FORMER VERNON MAN SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS At Daughters Home in Vernon Center--Well Known in Verona Also
Vernon, Feb 20,--John F. Hawley passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harriet Rodemore at Vernon Center Monday, Following several weeks of illness.
Mr. Hawley was born May 18, 1839, in Utica, but the greater part of his life has been spent in Vernon and Verona. He was twice married, his first wife being Nancy Brownell, who passed away in 1891. His second wife survives. He also leaves two sons, Charles of Verona and William of Wampsville; and two daughters,, Mrs. Thomas McNamara of Durhamville and Mrs. Harriet Rodemore of Vernon Center. Two sisters, one brother and a number of grandchildren also survive. (Note burial in Verona Cemetery)Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hayes, JacobUtica Observer
Rome - Jacob Hayes, 57, widely known farmer of Goodrich Corners, died yesterday in his home there where he was born and always lived. He was a son of the late Jacob and Barbara Bael Hayes and in 1917 married Winnie Crumwell of Verona who survives. He was a member of St. Marys Church and of the Altar Society of the church.
Hayes, LouisLowville Journal
February 19, 1914
Louis Hayes, who was born in Lewis county 52 years ago, died at his home in Rome last Friday, where he had been in the employ of the Beach Lumber Company. He was a son of Anthony Hayes and removed from this county to Rome twenty years ago. Mr. Hayes was a member of St. Mary's Church. May 25, 1880, he married Miss Carrie Bael, who survives, also two brothers, Frank Hayes of Syracuse, and George Hayes of Schenectady, two sisters, Mrs. Barbara Warner of Syracuse, Mrs. Theresa Emholf of Syracuse, one half brother, Joseph Dursey of Syracuse, and another half brother, Joseph Dorsey of Utica.
Hayes, Mrs. Perkins E.Rome Sentinel
Nov 7, 1894
Verona, Nov 7 -- Mrs. Perkins E. Hayes died on Monday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Simeon Wilson, at Vernon Center, aged 78 years. She was a daughter of the late Dr. Randall, who lived in this town near Oneida. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and an estimable lady. Her husband to whom she married in 1841, died here about 27 years ago. He was a contractor on the construction of the Croton aqueduct. The deceased leaves one daughter, Mrs. Wilson, at whose home she died. Funeral is to occur in the Verona Presbyterian Church at 1 p.m. on Thursday. (Note burial in Verona Cemetery)Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hazard, Daniel WilliamsRoman Citizen
June 30, 1888
Daniel Williams Hazard died at his residence at Greenway June 27, aged 76 years. He was born in Rome and always lived here, with the exception of a short time at Chicago, about 1836. He was everbody's friend and generous to a fault. He has been a successful farmer for many years, and was much esteemed for his honest and exemplary life. He was a man of extensive reading, and had traveled considerably throughout the United States. A devoted advocate of temperance and good morals, and his death is a severe loss to his family and to the community where he spent his life work for the happiness of others. He leaves besides his widow, two daughters, Mrs. A. B. Brown and Anna E., and one grandson, Hazard Brown.
January 26, 1866
We are pained to announce the death of Mr. Nathaniel Hazelton, which took place at his residence on Stanwix street on Friday last. Mr. H. had been suffering for the past six months with the disease of which he died and for the past six weeks he had been unable to leave his room. His friends had long since given up all hopes of his recovery, and for a week previous to his death his physician had been unable in any way to alleviate his sufferings.
Mr. H. had been an employee of the Rome Watertown & Ogdensburgh Railroad company ever since the first train was run over the road. His services have been valuable to the company and they, as well as every employee of the corporation with whom Mr. H. has served, will regret his death. A wide circle of friends deeply sympathize with his bereaved family.
At the request of his friends a post-mortem examination was held on his body, from which it appeared that the valves leading from the heart was in an ossified condition, and which had evidently been so for some time, thelungs were also found in a very diseased condition, so much so as to exclude air from their air bells, and was condiered the chief and immediate cause of his death, the liver was so diseased as to prevent its performing its proper functions.
The funeral services took place from the Baptist Church on Sunday morning last, and his remains were borne to the cemetery followed by the Roman Lodge of F. & A. M., of which deceased was a worthy member, and a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends.
January 17, 1913
Mrs. Elizabeth Hazzard died at her home in Stanwix at 2 am today in her 76th year. On Sunday morning she suffered a stroke of paralysis which rendered her unconscious and she remained so until the end. She was born in this city and lived here until her marriage, when she went to Stanwix to reside. Her husband died about seven years ago. She is survived by one son, Harvey Hazzard of Binghamton, one sister, Mrs. Paul Snow of Camden and one brother, George Hart of Iowa. Homer H. Hazard of Stanwix and Earl G. Hazzard of Utica are newphews.
Healy, Thomas A.
December 1, 1920
HEALY - Entered into rest on December 1, 1920, Thomas A. Healy, aged 48 yrs. The funeral will be held from his late home, 413 N. Madison St., Saturday morning at 9 o’clock. Interment in St. Peter’s Cemetery.
Healey, William H.
March 27, 1897
Utica - William H. Healey died in this city yesterday morning after a long illness. Mr. Healey was in his 65th year and had always been a resident of this city where he was very well known. He is survived by one brother, John R. Healey.
Heffner, HenrySyracuse Post Standard
May 7, 1901
Rome, May 6 - About 8:30 o'clock this morning occurred the death of Henry Heffner at No. 109 Henry street, from consumption. The deceased was 17 years old and had been in ill health for about eight months.Utica Daily Press
May 7, 1901
Rome - May 6, Henry Heffner, aged 17 years and six months, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Heffner, of 109 Henry Street, died at 8:30 this morning of consumption. He had been ailing since last summer. He attended St. Mary's Parochial School and was also a member of that church. His many young friends are grieved to learn of his death. Besides his parents he leaves three brothers and two sisters, Edward, William, Francis, Misses Josephine and Anna. His brother, William, is in the United States service in the Philippines, where he re-enlisted after being in the war with Spain.
Heidel, Rosa Lux
March 6, 1906
Utica, March 6 - Rosa Lux, wife of Lafayette Heidel, died at her home in Rochester Saturday. She was born in this city and here married Mr. Heidel. Twenty four years ago the couple removed to Rochester and they have since resided there. Mr. Heidel has been successful in business in Rochester and he and his wife have entertained many members of theatrical profession and authors of note, including James Whitcomb Riley, Nat Goodwin, Henry E. Dixley, Clay Clement, Roland Reed and many others. Mrs. Heidel was prominent in the work of the Eastern Star in Rochester and was very popular in the social circle in which she moved.
Heinig, Cornelia K. YatesUtica Daily Press
September 6, 1911
Rome, Sept 5 - Mrs. Cornelia Yates Heinig died this morning at her home, 115 Cottage street, cerebral hemorrhage being the cause of death. She had been an invalid the last 12 years. She was born in Oriskany 68 years ago, daughter of the late John and Margaret Yates. In Ohio, Herkimer County, she married Michael Heinig, who was drowned in the canal here 12 years ago. She had lived in Rome the last 25 years. The following children survive, Jesse and Lena of Rome, Mrs. William Manuel of Detroit, Mich., formerly of Rome, and Mrs. Oscar Ferguson of St. Johnsville, and two brothers, C. W. Yates of this city, and Joseph Yates of Atwood, Kan., and one sister, Mrs. henry Heinig of Ohio, Herkimer County.
Heinig, MichaelUtica Daily Press
October 6, 1899
Rome Oct 5 - Michael Heinig of 502 North Washington Street, was found drowned this evening. He left his home Tuesday noon and this was the last his friends saw of him until they found his body in the canal under the South Washington Street bridge at 9:30 tonight. Mr. Heinig was missed and the police were searching for him. This evening William D. Davis of 427 West Court Street, notified the police that at 4 pm Tuesday he had seen Heinig sitting near the bridge on the stairway leading to the towpath. The police notified his son, Jesse, and he got the grappling hooks from the police precinct, and with Arthur Lamb, Earl Lamb, John Lewis, Joseph O'Neil and William Manuel Jr. proceeded to drag the canal. They found the body near the bridge and it was taken to Wiggins undertaking rooms, where it will be examined by the coroner in the morning.
Mr. Heinig was born in Ohio, Herkimer county 56years ago and had lived in Rome for 20 years. He was a farmer and day laborer by occupation and for some time worked for H. S. Bedell in his wood lot between Rome and Oriskany. he was a veteran of the civil war, having enlisted in 1861 in Co. C, First New York Volunteer Infantry. After his term he re-enlisted in Co. C 20 New York Heavy Artillery. He was a brave soldier and rose to the position of sergeant of his company. At the bater of Fair Oaks he was wounded and he has drawn a pension for some time. Mr. Heinig was a very industrious man and highly esteemed by all. He spent his evenings at home, and those who knew him best are at a loss to account for his getting into the canal.
Mr. Heinig married Miss Cornelia Yates, who lived near Oriskany. She survives, with one son, Jesse, and three daughters, Mrs. William Manuel jr., Misses Lena and Jennie Heinig, all of this city. he leaves on brother, Henry of Ohio, and three sisters, Mrs. Louis Santmire of Russia, Herkimer county, Mrs. William Lewis of Fowlerville, Livingston county, and Mrs. Carrie Radley of Amsterdam.
Heller, Charles R.Syraucse Post Standard
March 21, 1906
Rome - Mar. 20, The body of Charles R. Heller, who died suddenly in Clinton last night, arrived here this noon. Mr. Heller was the manager for the Amtmann Brewing Compnay of Rome and was on the road for that company when he was taken ill in Clinton on Monday. His wife visited him there and returned the next day. About 9 o'clock last night she was summoned to Clinton, arriving there a short time before his death.
Hemmerling, Cecilia LaFleurUtica Daily Press
April 27, 1961
Schenectady - Mrs. Peter Hemmerling, 77, of 1 Grove Place, and a former Utican, died here yesterday in the Cottage Nursing Home after a long illness.
She was born Cecilia LaFleur on Aug. 14, 1883 in Port Leyden.
For a time she taught in Port Leyden schools, but on May 2, 1908, she was married to Peter Hemmerling in St. Patrick's Church, Utica. He died in 1915.
Mrs. Hemmerling resided in Utica from the time of her marriage until 1936, when she moved to Schenectady. She was employed there by the VanCurler Hotel, retiring a dozen years ago.
While in Utica she was a member of St. Francis de Sales Church. In Schenectady she was a member of St. Columbia's Church and its altar-rosary society.
She leaves a niece, Mrs. Myron Evoy, Allston, Mass, and several cousins.
The funeral will be held Saturday from the Heintz Funeral Home. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Rome.
Herbst, John P.Utica Observer
October 17, 1935
Rome - John P. Herbst, 77, affiliated with industries in this city for nearly 49 years, died unexpectedly yesterday afternoon, Oct., 16, at the Rome Grader Plant where he had been employed as foreman for 18 years.
Dr. H. F. Hubbard, coroner, said a heart attack had caused death and the body was taken to the home, 1018 North James Street.
Mr. Herbst was born in Rome Nov. 1, 1862, son of the late Peter and Catherine Herbst, and on Aug. 6, 1885, married Miss Anna J. Hickey, who survives. They observed their golden wedding anniversary last August with their 10 children.
Before entering the employ of the Revere Copper and Brass Corp., at the Grader plant, Mr. Herbst had been employed for 27 years at the old Fitch Gear Works.
He was a member of St. Mary's Church and St. Bonaface Society of that church.
Surviving besides Mrs. Herbst are these children: Mrs. George E. Tolnitch, Mrs. Albert C. Forster, Mrs. G. Raymond Smith, Mrs. Kenneth Camadine, Lauren W. Herbst, Frederick F. Herbst and Arthur H. Herbst, all of Rome, Mrs. Orlean Borback and Mrs. Lawrence Kennedy, Sherrill, and Mrs. Carl Rostiser, Little Falls, and a brother, Joseph, Utica. There are 21 grandchildren.
January 6, 1900
The funeral of Miss Annie Hereth was held from the family residence, 212 Spring street, at 12:30 pm today, Rev. C. A. Wiegel officiating. The remains were taken to Churchville for interment.
Septebmer 17, 1886
HERR - In this city Sept. 12, 1886, of heart disease and dropsey, John Herr, aged 66 years.
Hess, DanielSyracuse Courier
March 6, 1895
Oneida - Mar. 5 - Daniel Hess died at his home Sunday, aged 79 years and 8 months. He had been a resident of Oneida for many years and was widely known. His funeral will be tomorrow morning at his residence on Chestnut Street.
Hess, LesterUtica Observer
November 18, 1928
Rome, Nov. 17 - Lester Hess died tonight in the Rome Hospital without regaining consciousness, as a result of injuries received in an automobile accident at Verona Friday.
Hess was injured when the car in which he was riding with William Gerard, 142 South James Street, hit a tree in the dense fog, when they were returning from a trip to Sherrill, where Hess, who is a musician, played in the SIlver Moon Orchestra at the Woman's Club
Gerard was injured with minor bruises, Hess suffered a broken left leg, fracture of the skull and internal injuries. Both were brought to the Rome Hospital by ambulance.
Hess, who was 23 years old, was born in Rome, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hess of 391 West Dominick Street. His father is steward at the Elk's Club. Hess was employed in the office of the city engineer. He attended St. Mary's Church and is survived by his parents.
September 13, 1905
Clinton - The town of Kirkland loses another of its old settlers in the death of Lewis Hess of Fountain street, which occurred this morning at 4 o'clock. Mr. Hess has been in failing health for several months and his death was not unexpected. He was born in Rensselaerville, Albany County, March 23, 1820. When a mere lad his parents moved to Fenner, Madison County. From there Mr. Hess came to this town where he had resided sixty years. He was a life-long Democrat and active in planning and working for the success of his party. Mrs. Hess, whom he marrried in 1850, died many years ago. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Samuel VanSlyke of Clinton, Mrs. Sarah Reynolds of Clockville and Mrs. Jerome Davis of Rome, also one brother David W. Hess of Illinois.
Hick, Harriet PowellUtica Herald
May 15, 1906
Marcy, May 15 - In failing health for the past two years with Bright's disease and diabetes, and confined to her bed for a month past, Harriet, wife of John W. Hicks, died at her home here yesterday.
Mrs. Hicks was born in Marcy 63 years ago, the daughter of the late George and Nancy Powell. Her entire life had been spent in this town. December 31, 1862, she was married to John W. Hicks, who survives. Only one child was born of the union, W. P. Hicks, of Rome, who, with the following brothers and sisters of Mrs. Hicks, survive: Raymer and John Powell and Mrs. Olin Lawton, of Stittville, Mrs. Newell Corwin of Glenfield, and Mrs. Charles Sweet of Rome.
Hicks, Helen Almira
September 17, 1886
HICKS - In Trenton, Sep. 3, 1886, after an illness of over two years, Helen Almira, relict of John M. Hicks, aged 82 years.
Hicks, John W.Syracuse Post Standard
December 23, 1916
Rome Dec. 22 - John W. Hicks, 74, a well known citizen, died suddenly after midnight last night at the home of his son, William P. Hicks, 800 Croton street. About a year ago he had a slight stroke of paralysis.
Mr. Hicks was down town yesterday afternoon and was feeling good and his son took him home in his automobile at 4:30 o'clock. About 7 o'clock his granddaughter, Mrs. Samuel Gardner of Hartford, Conn, daughter of William P. Hicks, arrived here to spend the holidays.
Mr. Hicks was born in Marcy. He was a member of Oriskany Lodge F & AM in which he had served as senior warden and he had served as master of Marcy Grange. He also was a member of Zeba Gredio of this city. He was a member of St. Joseph's Church. The son is the only surviving member of the family.
Hill, Jennie M.
January 18, 1901
Utica - After a protracted illness Jennie M., daughter of Ann and the late William Hill, died at her home on Nicholas Street at 7 o'clock Saturday evening. Miss Hill was born in Dundee, Scotland in 1861. She came to America with her parents that year. She resided in New York Mills for some time, four years ago removing to this city. She is survived by her mother and one brother, George D. Hill of Utica.
Hill, SamuelRome Sentinel
Aug 4, 1900
VERONA, Aug 4 - Samuel Hill died at his home near the village on Saturday, aged about 63 years. He served in the war of the rebellio9n for nearly three years as a member of the 57th New York Volunteers. The funeral will be held at the M. E. Church tomorrow, under the auspices of Joseph Warren Post, G. A. R., of which the deceased was a respected member. The remains will interred in the Verona Cemetery.Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hillage, FrederickUtica Observer
August 8, 1984
Yorkville - Frederick R. Hillage, 66, of 11 Oatley Ave., August 7, 1984, in the Faxton Hospital.
He was born Jan. 9, 1918 in Oriskany, the son of Benjamin and Abbie Phelps Hillage, received his education in Oriskany and Clinton schools and married Elsie Green August 22, 1945. She died Mar. 23, 1983. He was a WW II Army veteran. He was employed at the Sinclair Oil Co., Pritchard Fuel and Burrows Trucking. Mr. Hillage was a Protestant and a member of the VFW in Clinton.
He is survived by his children, William of Md, and Robert of Washington, Shirley Dozios, Rome, Helen Coleman of Fla., 15 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, sisters Belle Simmons, Clayville, Ruth Hotaling, Whitesboro, Martha Cook and Sina Pardee, both of Vernon, and Allie Foley, Clinton, brothers Frank and Clarence (Bert), both of Whitesboro, his mother-in-law, Ruth Green of Whitesboro, several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by two sons, Lester and Frederick.
Internment will be in Carr Cemetery, Marcy.
Hillage, WalterUtica Daily Press
September 7, 1944
Pvt. Walter Hillage, 19, was killed in action June 17, in France, his mother, Mrs. Addie Hillage, Whitesboro, has been informed.
Private Hillage, known to his friends as "Tom", had served in North Africa, Sicily, Italy and England since he went overseas in July 1943.
He was inducted into the Army Feb. 26, 1943, and received training at Camp Wheeler, Ga. Prior to induction he was employed at the bleachery in New York Mills.
A brother, Cpl Frederick Hillage, is in the Army in England.
April 1, 1879
HILLIARD - At Forestport, March 25, 1879, Lathrop Hilliard, in the 77th year of his age.
April 1, 1879
HILLS - In Vernon, March 25, 1879, Mrs. Caroline Hills, wife of Reuben Hills, aged 46 years.
March 21, 1879
HILLS - In Vernon, NY, March 10, 1879, Mrs. Sophia Hills, widow of the late Isaac Hills, aged 80 yrs.
Hilts, JasonUtica Daily Press
October 14, 1938
For the second time within two weeks in this area, an accidental gun shooting proved fatal with the death last night of Jason Hilts, 11, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Henry W. Hilts, Blossvale, RD.
The Hilts youngster was accidently shot through the heart and died almost instantly when a shotgun was held in the hands of his brother, Raymond, 15, went off as three brothers and sisters looked on.
The five Hilts children were were gathered in the kitchen of their farm home when Raymond had prepared and served supper in the absence of their parents.
After the meal Raymond took down a rifle from a peg over a door leading into a bedroom, invesigators were told. He made sure it was unloaded and after pulling the trigger a few times went to another wall and took down a shotgun.
Working the bolt action model, Raymond pulled the trigger. There was a deafening roar and Jason slumped forward on the chair where he had sat holding the rifle. The older lad carried his brother into a bedroom and then ran screaming from the house. His parents arrived at the same time and rushed to the bedside just as their son died.
Questioned by Coroner Thomas A. Cox, Rome, Trooper Nelson Gydesen and District Attorney Theodore R. Davis, Camden, Raymond said he had not quarreled with his brother and that they had not been engaged in any cowboy ad Indian games.
Raymond told officials he was looking down at the gun and not in the direction he was pointing when he pulled the trigger. He said he had taken down the guns and played with them several times and also shooting the shotgun at tin cans.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilts left home early yesterday morning to spend a day at Sylvan Beach. They returned home late in the afternoon and then went out again to take friends home. it was during this interval that the tragedy occurred.
Hilts said he had inserted two shells in the shotgun early yesterday morning, intending to shoot at some crows which had been raiding his chicken yard if they appeared again. He said it was the first time he had left either gun loaded. The gun is owned by Mr. Hilts father, Raymond Hilts, Town of Ohio.
Raymond is an eighth grade pupil in the Pine School near Blossvale and Jason was in the fifth grade. The other children are Orin, 4, Caroline 5 and Freda 4.
Histed, Leah A.
January 25, 1881
HISTED - In New Hartford Jan. 18, 1881, Leah A., only child of Duane and Cora Histed, aged 1 month 8 days.
Hitchcock, Maryette Bronson
August 21, 1911
Lee Center - Mrs. Maryette Bronson Hitchcock, widow of Curtis B. Hitchcock, died at her home in Lee Center August 19, 1911, in the 79th year of her age. She was born in the town of Floyd, a daughter of the late Eli and Rosina Bronson. Married at the age of nineteen she had always since resided in the home where she died, respected and loved by family, friends and kindred. Her home was her kingdom, but she was always ready to lend a helping hand to any who were in need. She was the mother of seven children, five of whom have passed on to the better land, where her faith assured her she will meet them and all the dear ones gone before. She was a firm believer in the universal fatherhood of God and that faith sustained her in her hours of suffering. She bids farewell to all who so kindly cared for her during her illness which, while not long, was severe, and patiently waited and longed for the summons to pass on to the better life, with a prayer on her lips for the welfare of those left behind. She was a faithful member of the Universalist Church. She is survived by two children, Willis G. Hitchcock of Freeport, L. I., and Mrs. Kittie Lyman of Lee Center, also six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. H. A. Bork of Lee, Mrs. C. Dean of Vernon Center, and Mrs. E. J. Bellinger of Brooklyn, and one brother, Charles E. Bronson of Boonville. Funeral will be conducted by the Rev. George Cross Baner of Utica, assisted by Rev. George Dermott of Lee Center at 2 o'clock Tuesday, Aug. 23.
Hoffmeister, FrankSyracuse Post Standard
January 2, 1907
Frank Hoffmeister, son of Anton Hoffmeister of this city, died at No. 214 Ann Street, Rome, yesterday of a complication of diseases. He was born at Rome thirty-one years ago, and lived there till twelve years ago when he came to Syracuse. He was a member of the Knights of the Macabees and the Foresters of American.
Mr. Hoffmeister was also a member of St. Marys Church of Rome, and the Church of the Assumption of this city.
At Rome ten years ago he married Miss Annie Ellinger, daughter of Mrs. Caroline Ellinger of that city.
Surviving him are the wife and two children, Francis and Clarence, his father, Anton Hoffmeister, two brothers, and two sisters, Anton and Edward, Mrs. John Meyers and Mrs. John Suogien, all of Syracuse.
Hopkins, SarahRome Sentinel
Jan 21, 1890
VERONA Jan 21 - Mrs. Sally Hopkins died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Hall, on Sunday about midnight, age 81 years. She leaves three children--Mrs. Gilbert Hall, Mrs. Eliza Curtiss of Buffalo, and Harry Hopkins of Bridgeport, Conn. The funeral will be held at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Hall, Wednesday at 1 o’clock. (Note burial in Verona Cemetery)Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
January 10, 1899
HOPPMAN - In Rome, Jan. 8, 1899, of Bright's Disease and pneumonia, Mrs. Elizabeth Hoppmann, wife F. W. Hoppmann, in her 42nd. year.
Horn, John P.Utica Sunday Journal
April 14, 1904
In Rome, Wednesday April 13, at the Rome City Hospital, John P. Horn, aged 21 years.
Horn, Mattie M. GiffordUtica Herald
April 21, 1903
Rome, April 21 - Mattie M., wife of John P. Horn, died last evening at her home, 222 West Park street, after an illness of only 24 hours. She was born at Sylvan, Oct. 24, 1883, and there she lived till she came to Rome three years ago. She married Mr. Horn last year. Besides her husband, she leaves an infant son, born yesterday, two brothers and three sisters, Marvin Gifford of Delta, Jerry Gifford of Fish Creek Landing, Mrs. Eben Campbell of Rome, Mahala and Cloe Gifford of Fish Creek Landing. Mrs. Horn attended St. Mary's Church.
Horn, Maud SMithUtica Daily Press
November 19, 1957
Rome - Mrs. Maude Horn, 76, who lived with her daughter, Mrs. Edward V. Waller, 811 Turin St., died Nov. 18, at her home after a 4 month illness.
She was born Oct. 23, 1881, in Steuben, daughter of Edward and Alice Eychner Smith. In 1903 she was married to George M. Horn, who died in 1937.
Mrs. Horn had lived in Rome since childhood. Besides her daughter, she leaves a sister, Mrs. Stephen Barnes, Rome, six brothers, Roscoe, Gordon, Leroy, Winfield, Walter and Myron Smith, and two grandchildren, Mrs. George Smith and John R. Waller, both of Rome.
House, John H.
April 29, 1920
John H. House died at 8 o’clock Sunday morning at his home in Glenfield having been in ill health for about 2 yrs. Mr. House was born in Turin Sept. 21, 1861, the son of Henry & Mary Hills House. He attended school at that place and later at Lowville Academy and Whitestown Seminary. In 1882 he married Miss Wilhelmin Dekin and for many years had conducted a general store at Glenfield. In politics Mr. House was a staunch Republican, a member of Turin Lodge F & A M. He leaves besides his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Caleb Fisher of Watertown, and Mrs. Denis Carey of Glenfield. A son, Lansing House, died about 2 yrs ago. A private funeral was held Wednesday afternoon
September 12, 1911
Stittville - Mrs. Margaret Houser, an aged and esteemed resident of this village, died at the family home Saturday afternoon at 4:30. Mrs. Houser was born in Wurtenberg, Germany, November 2, 1831, but for 44 years had resided ehre. Her husband, Theophilus Houser, died some years ago. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Eliza Walker of Boonville, one son, Theodore of Miami, Fla., three daughters, Mrs. P. M. Freely and Miss Laura Houser of New York and Clara, who lived at home, and who has given to her mother faithful and tender care furing many years of helplessness and suffering. There also survive six grandchildren.
Howe, Sarah J.Rome Sentinel
Feb 17, 1910
An Esteemed Native Resident of Greenway Passes Away
Greenway, Feb 17 -- Mrs. Sarah J. Howe, one of the oldest and most highly respected residents of this place, passed away at 9:30 this morning after a few days illness. She had been suffering from a hard cold for a couple of weeks or more but was up and around the house until Sunday. She retained her faculties up to the last. Sarah Jane Gray was born May 8, 1826, in Verona, and was a daughter of Joel and Betsy Ressegue Gray. She was married to Charles Coryden Howe of Willoughby, Ohio, in 1851, where they resided for several years, going from there to East Leroy, Mich., where Mr. Hoe died in 1865. She then with her family returned to Greenway, where she had since lived and enjoyed the esteem and friendship of the whole community. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. F. B. Wheeler and three sons, J. T. Howe, with whom she resided, and A. G. Howe and Charles Howe, all of Greenway; also two brothers, Col. George E. Gray of San Francisco, Cal., and Noah Gray of Greenway. There also survive eight grandchildren and one great grandson. She was a devoted mother, and will be greatly missed. (Note Burial in Verona Cemetery)Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hudson, Abigail C.
September 17, 1886
HUDSON - In McConnellsville, Sep. 2, 1886, Abigail C., wife of J. B. Hudson, age 63 years.
Hudson, Mrs. FredRome Sentinel
March 28, 1912
Mrs. Fred Hudson died on Tuesday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ellen Bradley of Stone street. She was born Dobb’s Ferry in 1870 and had spent most of her life in this city. She leaves her husband, mother, six children and two brothers. The funeral was held today and the body was placed in the vault in Glenwood. In the spring burial will be made in the cemetery in Verona.Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hughes, Henry Wilber
February 3, 1882
HUGHES - In Rome, Tuesday Jan. 31, 1882, of diptheria, Henry Wilber, son of Henry J. & Elizabeth Hughes, aged 2 yrs 2 mos 13 dys
January 3, 1899
Taberg - John Hughes, an old and respected citizen of this town, died at his home, one mile north of this village on Sunday morning, aged nearly 75 years. The funeral was held this afternoon from his late residence at 2 o'clock. besides his wife he leaves one son, Willis, who lives at home, and one brothers, R. G. Hughes of Summus.
Humphrey, Wilbur H.Utica Daily Press
August 29, 1936
Ava - Wilbur H. Humphrey died at his home here late yesterday, Aug. 28, 1936, after an illness of several weeks. He was a worker in the Hill top M. E. Church.
He was born Dec. 24, 1866, in the same house on the farm where he died, son of the late Owen and Esther Reynolds Humphrey. He joined the Methodist Church at an early age and had always been interest in the work of the church. He was a member of the church board at the time of his death. On Oct. 19, 1912, he married Edna L. Vary, the ceremony was performed by the Rev. L W. (illegible).
Besides his widow, he leaves two nieces, Mrs. Grover Tuffey, and Mrs. Henry Olcutt, and one nephew, George Lehr, three grandnieces and four grandnephews.
Humstone, EdwardRome Sentinel
Sept 30, 1902
VERONA, Sept 30 -- At 1 o’clock a.m. today, at his home on the Verona and Vernon road, occurred the death of Edward Humstone of pneumonia after about one week’s illness. The deceased was born in Cheshire, England, Sept 15, 1815, and came to this country when 14 years of age and took up his residence at Florence where he learned the tanner’s trade which he followed for some time. From there he removed to Westmoreland, where he engaged in farming until 33 years ago when he purchased the farm upon which he had lived until the present time. Mr. Humstone was three time married and is survived by his wife and five children; Mrs. Charles Brookins of Sherrill, Mrs. Warren Brown, Mrs. Seymour Wilson and Arthur and Mr Humstone of Verona and one step-son, John L. Betts of Brocton, N. Y., and one sister, Mrs. Fanny Weller of New York Mills. Mr. Humstone was a member of the Methodist Church, The funeral will be held from the late residence Friday at 2 o’clock p.m. and interment will be made in Verona Cemetery.Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Hunt, JuliaUtica Daily Press
November 11, 1926
Ava - Nov. 11 - Wednesday night Mrs. Julia A. Hunt, widow of Charles Hunt, passed away at her home in West Ava, at the advanced age of 84 years. Mrs. Hunt had lived in Ava for more than 60 years and had endeared herself to a very large circle of friends who will regret to learn of her death. Mrs. Hunt was very active for one of her advanced years. Her mind was clear and it was a pleasure to converse with her.
Julia A. Hunt was born in Western July 6, 1842. On June 6, 1865, she was united in marriage with Charles M. Hunt who died at Hamilton where he was visiting a daughter Oct. 18, 1903. Mrs. Hunt was a member of the M. E. Church at Ava. She was the youngest and last survivor of a family of nine children. She had been in failing health for some time and during her illness had been cared for by her children.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. F. E. Dixon, Rome, Mrs. C. A. Evans, Hamilton, Mrs. D. R. SMith, Washington County, NY, two sons, Charles m. Hunt, Beacon, Calvin E. Hunt, Ava, nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Hunter, Betsey A. Warner
February 21, 1879
HUNTER - In Lowell, Feb. 17, 1879, Betsey A. Warner, wife of Robert R. Hunter, aged 53 yrs.
Huntley, AureliusRome Sentinel
May 7, 1889
VERONA May 7 -- Aurelius Huntley, father of Mrs. G. W. Eames and Mrs. William Kline, died suddenly on Sunday. He served three years in the late war and was a member of a G. A. R. Post in Syracuse. (Note Burial in Verona Cemetery) Contributed by Bea Lastowicka
January 10, 1901
Celestia Hurlbut, aged 7 years, a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hurlbut, who live above Hylands Mills, north of Rome, died at the Rome Hospital at 7 am today. The deceased underwent an operation for appendicitis on Sunday last. Besides her parents there survive several brothers and sisters.