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5951 Trained as a nurse at Cochran School of nursing in Yonkers, N.Y.1906 Staley, Lilliam Barbara (I24542)
 
5952 Transcribed from SAMPUBCO copy by Jeannie Lugo Livingston County, NY Will Book Vol #14, page #429
LIVINGSTON COUNTY SURROGATE'S COURT
Last Will and Testament of
GEORGE ZERFASS, deceased.
BE IT REMEMBERED that heretofore, to-wit: on the 28th day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two Henry Zerfass, executor named in the Last Will and Testament of George Zerfass late of the town of N. Dansville in the county of Livingston, deceased, appeared in open Court, before the Surrogate of the county of Livingston, and made application to have the said last Will and Testament which related to both Real and Personal Estate, proved: and on such application the said Surrogate did ascertain by satisfactory evidence who were the heirs at law and next of kin of the said testator, and their respective residences, and said Surrogate did thereupon issue a citation in due form of law, directed to the said heirs at law and next of kin, by their respective names, stating their respective places of residence, requiring them to appear before said Surrogate at his office in the village of Geneseo, in said county, on the 25th day of March A.D. 1882, to attend the Probate of said Will,
And afterward, to wit: in the 25th day of March A.D., 1882, satisfactory evidence by affidavit was produced and presented to said Surrogate, of the due service of said Citation in the mode prescribed by law, and on that day, no one appearing to oppose the Probate of such Will such proceedings were thereupon had in said Court afterwards, that the said Surrogate took the proofs of said Will hereinafter set forth, upon this 25th day of March A.D. 1882, and he thereupon adjudged the said Will to be a valid Will of Real and Personal Estate, and the proofs thereof to be sufficient, which said last Will and Testament and proofs are as follows, that is to say:
The last Will and Testament of George Zerfass of the town of North Dansville, County of Livingston and state of New York.
I George Zerfass, being of sound mind and memory, do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say:
FIRST, I do give and devise to my beloved wife Polly Zerfass my farm, situated in the towns of Sparta and North Dansville, consisting of one hundred acres, and a farm situate in the town of West Sparta, consisting of ninety-six acres, being the farms now occupied by Henry Zerfass, to have and to hold, to the said Polly Zerfass for and during her natural life.
SECOND, I do give and devise to my beloved brother Henry Zerfass the above mentioned and described real estate in fee simple to have and to hold the same to him the said Henry, and to his heirs and assigns forever, to be enjoyed by him after the death of myself and my said wife, subject nevertheless to the payment of six thousand dollars to the following named persons, such payments being made a charge upon the said real estate, viz:
To the heirs at law of my deceased sister Elizabeth late wife of Henry Hartman the sum of Five Hundred Dollars.
To Hannah Driesbach widow of Peter Driesbach Five hundred Dollars, or in case of her death before the same becomes payable, then to the heirs at law of the said Hannah.
To the heirs at law of my deceased brother Abraham Zerfass Five Hundred Dollars.
To my sister Mary, widow of Jonathan Whetsone Five hundred dollars, or in case of her death before the same becomes payable, then to the heirs at law of the said Mary.
To my sister Sally wife of Benjamin Keihle, Five hundred dollars or in case of her death before the same becomes payable, then to the heirs at law of the said Sally.
To my sister Vienna wife of Henry Kanouse, Five hundred dollars, or in case of her death before the same becomes payable, then to the heirs at law of the said Vienna.
To the heirs at law of my deceased sister Lydia, late the wife of Enoch Keihle Five hundred Dollars.
To my sister Margaret, wife of William Bailor, Five hundred dollars, and in case of her death before the same becomes payable, then to the heirs at law of the said Margaret.
To my brother John Zerfass Five hundred dollars, and in case of his death before the same becomes payable, then to his heirs at law.
To my brother-in-law Henry Kanouse, five hundred dollars and in case of his death before the same becomes payable, then to the heirs at law of the said Henry.
To Mary Ann Hauer and George Hauer, children of Samuel Hauer jointly Five Hundred Dollars.
To Elizabeth Sprague, wife of Harvey A. Sprague Five Hundred Dollars and in case of her death before the same becomes payable, then to the heirs at law of the said Elizabeth.
And it is my intention that the above sums amounting to six Thousand dollars shall be paid by the said Henry Zerfass, his heirs or assigns in nine equal annual payments, without interest, the first payment to be made one year after the said Henry shall be entitled to the possession of said property by the terms of this will, and each of those payments to be equally divided between the legatees above named.
THIRD, I give and bequeath to my said wife Polly all my household furniture of whatever manner or kind and all the residue of the personal property of which I shall die possessed, after paying all just debts then owing by me and the necessary expenses of executing this will.
FOURTH, in case the personal property left by me shall be insufficient to pay the aforesaid debts and expenses, it is my will that the same be paid by the said Henry Zerfass; in which case the amount so paid by him shall be deducted from the six Thousand dollars above directed to be paid by him, and from the first of said payments.
FIFTH, I do hereby constitute and appoint my said wife Polly and the said Henry Zerfass Executrix and Executor of this my last Will and Testament.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this first day of December A.D. 1860.
[Signed] George Zerfass (L.S.)
The foregoing instrument, consisting of one sheet was on the day of the date thereof subscribed by the Testator George Zerfass in our presence, who declared the same to be his last Will and Testament, and we at his request and in his presence and in presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses.
John A. VanDerlip Dansville, Liv. Co., NY
Jane Richardson Dansville, Liv. Co., NY
James M. McCurdy Dansville, Liv. Co., NY
James M. McCurdy being sworn in this matter, testifies as follows - I know George Zerfass in his lifetime, that about two years ago last fall the said George Zerfass told witness that Mrs. Gordon, formerly Jane Richardson was a witness to the execution of his will and had moved to Virginia and if anything happened to him it would be difficult to get her attendance or testimony to prove the Execution of the will. He produced the paper now shown in witness and stated that was his last Will and desired witness to subscribe his name as a witness, and the witness thereupon subscribed his name to said paper as it now appears on the will.
Sworn this 25th day of March 1882 before me [signed] James M. McCurdy
[signed]E. A. Nash
Surrogate
Livingston County Surrogate's Court,
In the Matter of Proving the Last Will and Testament of George Zerfass, deceased.
John A. VanDerlip being first duly sworn in open Court upon his corporeal oath doth depose and say that he is one of the subscribing witnesses to the last Will and Testament of George Zerfass late of the town of North Dansville in the county of Livingston, and State of New York, deceased. And this deponent does further say that the said deceased did in the presence of this deponent and Jane Richardson subscribe his name at the end of the instrument in writing, which is now here shown to these deponents, and which purports to be the last Will and Testament of the said deceased, and which bears date on the 1st day of December one thousand eight hundred and sixty. That the said deceased did, at the time of subscribing his name to the said instrument as aforesaid, declare the same to be his last Will and Testament; and this deponent and said Jane Richardson did thereupon subscribe their own respective names at the end of said instrument, as attesting witnesses to the execution thereof, each at the request of said deceased, and in his presence and in the presence of each other; that the said deceased at the time of so describing his name to said instrument as aforesaid, and publishing said instrument as aforesaid, was upwards of twenty-one years of age; and a citizen of the United States; that he appeared to be, and deponents believe he was of sound mind, memory and understanding, and not under any restraint, and as deponents verily believe, in all respects competent to devise real estate; that this deponent and said Jane Richardson saw the other sign his name to said instrument in the presence of the said deceased.
[Signed] John A. VanDerlip
Alexander McKinnon being sworn in this matter says, that he resides in West Sparta, Liv. Co. that he knows Jane Gordon, formerly Jane Richardson, and that she resides in Hanover County, state of Michigan, that deponent was at her house in said County in February last and know I that is her residence, that she lives on a farm at some distance from any city or village, and it would be difficult to get her testimony by commission.
[Signed] A. M.Kinnon
Livingston County, SS
It appearing upon the proofs duly taken in respect to the Last Will and Testament of George Zerfass late of the town of N. Dansville in the County of Livingston, and State of New York, deceased, that the said Will was duly executed, and the said George Zerfass at the time he executed the same, was in all respects competent to devise real estate, and not under restraint; the said Last Will and Testament and the proofs and examinations are herebyo recorded, signed and certified by me, pursuant to the provisions of the Revised Statutes, this 25th
day of March A.D., 1882.
[Signed] H.P.Kersh[illegible] 
Zerfass, George (I5648)
 
5953 Traveled the world for the YMCA - Japan and Europe. Deyo, Elizabeth (I33113)
 
5954 Treva M. Holbrook, 77, of upper Dean Road died Sunday (May 17, 1992) at Noyes Memorial Hospital following a brief illness.
Born in Arkport on Feb. 26, 1915 she was the daughter of George and Maye Kellogg Wagoner. She was married in Arkport on March 12, 1932 to Frederick Holbrook who predeceased her in 1990.

Prior to retirement she had been employed by the Dansville Central School, Blum Shoe Factory in Dansville, Curtis Burns in Mt. Morris and most recently had been working in the Dansville Foster Grandparents Program. She was an avid Bingo participant in the Dansville area.

Survivors include a son, William Holbrook of Atlanta; four daughters, Florence Partridge of Groveland, Joyce Snow of Syracuse, Mildred Worden of Pavilion and Joanne Wilson of Dansville; four sisters, Margaret Kiefer of Atlanta, Ruth Greenman of Elba and Lucinda Teeter of Dansville; 22 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

Arrangements were by the Chamberlin Funeral Home where a service was Wednesday with the Rev. Donald Lain officiating. Burial was in Greenmount Cemetery, Dansville.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Dansville Ambulance fund. (GCE, May 21, 1992, p4)
 
Waggoner, Treva (I34474)
 
5955 Trinity Cemetery Lindsay, Emma (I28855)
 
5956 Trinity Cemetery Mills, William Oscar (I29474)
 
5957 Trinity Cemetery Mills, Lawrence Russell (I29475)
 
5958 Trinity Cemetery - / In / memory of / Margaret / wife of / John
LINDSAY / died / Mar. 16, 1907 / aged 69 y 
Staley, Margaret (I24304)
 
5959 Trinity Cemetery - 64. Marble on double cement base
East - Blessed are the dead / In / memory of / John / LINDSAY / died /
Mar. 5, 1918 / in his / 84th year 
Lindsay, John (I24691)
 
5960 Trinity Lutheran Church Stover, Sarah J. (I27047)
 
5961 Truman Muchler Jr., 62, of North Fort Myers, Florida, formerly of
South Dansville, died Friday, March 25, 1994 at his home in Florida
following a brief illness.
Mr. Muchler was employed at Foster Wheeler Corporation for 36 years.
He was a member of the South Dansville Fire Department and had resided
in South Dansville for 33 years, returning to North Fort Myers in
1987.
Surviving are his wife, Ruth Etta Burger; three sons, Rick (Vicki) of
Bath, Gary (Sharon) of South Dansville and Terry (Robin) of Dansville;
a daughter, Cheryl (Patrick) of North Fort Myers, Florida; 9
grandchildren; a brother, Bob (Mary) Muchler of Plattsburg; his
mother, Pauline Muchler of South Dansville and several nieces and
nephews.
A memorial service will be held April 2 at 1 p.m. at the South
Dansville Methodist Church. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery in
South Dansville.
Memorial contributions may be made to the South Dansville Methodist
Church. (GCE, March 31, 1994, p7) 
Muchler, Truman Jr. (I16200)
 
5962 Truman Stevens lived in the “Stevens Homestead” -- on s side of Howcroft Road) Stevens, Edward (I40430)
 
5963 tuberculosis Laden, John (I31141)
 
5964 Tucker's Tavern House Family F159
 
5965 Tulsa,Oklahoma in 1965 Ferrin, Charles (I15388)
 
5966 Tunis Peter Cole, 85, father of Mrs. Lena Skiff of 50 Linden street, died Sunday at the home of his daughter after an illness of four months. The service will be held this afternoon at 1 o'clock at his daughter's home and a service follows at 2:30 o'clock in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Johnstown. Burial will be in the Johnstown cemetery. Mr. Cole was born in Newkirk. He lived many years in Johnstown and that vicinity and was a contractor and builder, retiring about 20 years ago. His wife died some time ago. Besides his daughter of this city, he is survived by four sons, several grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.
(Schenectady Gazette, May 3, 1932) 
Cole, Tunis Peter (I28125)
 
5967 TUSCARORA - James P. Mastin, 73, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 13, 2006, at Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville.

James was born on Aug. 9, 1933, in Groveland, a son of Percy and Sarah Pfuntner Mastin. He was a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard, serving from 1950 to 1953. He worked for Foster Wheeler Energy Corp., retiring in 1993. He was a member of the Dansville Moose Club.

James is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Lenora Holbert Mastin; children Sandy (Steve) White of York, Cathy (Joe) Granita of Dansville and Robert (Waynette) Mastin of North Carolina; grandchildren Bradley and Amanda White, Bethany Mastin, Rachael (Brian) Mastin Wood, Joshua and Ryan Dale, Victoria (Damon) Troy, Jason and Michelle Buchinger, and Jamie Learn; great-grandson Gregory Buchinger; brothers and sisters Stanley (Deanne) Mastin of Dans-ville, Arthur (Winifred) Mastin of Groveland, Doris (Richard) Scott of Dansville and Joan (James) Scott of Dansville; several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins; and many dear friends and neighbors.

Friends called 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Tuesday and Wednesday at the Chamberlin-Baird Funeral Home in Dansville, where funeral services will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m.

Contributions may be made to the donor's favorite charity or organization in memory of James P. Mastin. (GCE, August 17, 2006, p4) 
Mastin, James P. (I32072)
 
5968 Tuscarora 1868
The following residents of the town of West Sparta receive their mail
at Tuscarora 
Shaw, Julia Ann (I16248)
 
5969 TWIN FALLS, Idaho - Muriel Evelyn Pettibone Jaenichen, 99, of 189 Lincoln Street, Twin Falls, Idaho, passed peacefully from this life on Thursday (Jan. 8, 2004). Muriel was born on Oct. 6, 1904, to Frank L. and Cora A. Pettibone at Alfred Station, where her father was stationmaster in the late 1890's. In 1910 her family moved to Mt. Clemens, Mich. Muriel graduated from a teacher's college in Michigan and taught in a one-room schoolhouse in North Detroit for several years. On Feb. 4, 1932, she married William Jaenichen of Detroit, Mich. She was a lifetime member of the Methodist Church. She loved gardening and was active in a garden club in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. In 1969, she and Bill moved to West Palm Beach, Fla., and enjoyed 10 years of retirement there. In 1979, they moved to Twin Falls, Idaho, to be near their two daughters. She was predeceased by her husband, William; her parents; three brothers, Orra, Harry and Theodore; two sisters, Marion and Marjory; and one daughter, Cora Lee Detweiler. She is survived by her daughter, Beverly Mills; granddaughters Lisa and Erin Detweiler; and sons-in-law, George Detweiler and Paul Mills. Pettibone, Muriel Evelyn (I4367)
 
5970 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8442
 
5971 twin of Margaret Waltman, Katherine (I8609)
 
5972 Twin sister to Rebecca Jane Pulliam. 1880 Federal Census, "Jane P." age 71, Mother-in-law, living with William Henry Winfrey, and Parthena C. Winfrey, #34, Blue Mound Twp, Livingston Co., MO. Pulliam, Mary Jane (I9635)
 
5973 Two adopted children, both living, 2005 Smith, Joslyn Alexander (I25949)
 
5974 Two British sailors who had been pressed into service jumped ship along the New England coast in the 1660's and lived with the he Indians for a time to avoid being caught. According to Frank Church (Petersburg NY) the two sailors, Church and Stewart, formed a bond of friendship and swore the two families would always be closely associated. No hard evidence but Frank's mother lived to a "ripe" old age and his grandmother lived to be 103, so the stories may have been handed down. William may have been descended from Elizabeth Stewart, Mother of Oliver Cromwell "He acquired the title of lieutenant and was a man of prominence. It
is said that he knew the line of his ancestry back to kings, and a set of dishes bearing a coat-of-arms was later in possession of his descendants" Stewart Clan Magazine, May 1926 
Stewart, Lieutenant William (I18174)
 
5975 Two Killed in Crossing Accident Near Wellsville. No Chance to Stop Automobile on Slippery Road in Time to Avoid Being Hit by Train.
Another grade crossing accident resulting in the death of two men, was tragic Sunday news in Wellsville, COLA L. SISSON of Almond, and ALFRED L. STUBBS, of Auburn, were instantly killed on the Erie crossing in the Proctor District, when their automobile was struck by west bound Erie train 7. The accident occurred at 10:30 o'clock, Erie train 7 running about on time was speeding into Wellsville at a fifty mile clip. The Proctor crossing is two miles east of Wellsville station and there is an open view of the track from either direction. Mr. Stubbs was driving a Ford sedan and Mr. Sisson was sitting along side of him. Evidently the men did not notice the approach of the train from behind until almost upon the crossing, although the engineer had seen the car and was blowing the whistle sharply, trying to warn them. The driver evidently attempted to stop the Ford sedan within a few feet of the track, applying the brake and pushing on the reverse foot lever. The car was seen to approach within a few feet of the crossing, skid around on the slippery road and then back directly onto the track in train [sic]. The car caught on the front of the locomotive, was torn into small pieces and carried for hundreds of yards, Sisson being thrown out about 300 yards from the crossing, while a portion of the wreckage was cleaned off by the trainmen when the train stopped nearly 500 yards from the crossing Mr. Stubbs, the driver, had been forced through the enclosed car and was sitting on the pilot of the engine but dead when the train stopped. The train was fortunately stopped near a railroad telephone booth in the yard limit and the Erie station was called and orders received to back the train up, where the body of Mr. Sisson was removed from the railroad embankment, placed on a stretcher and taken into the baggage car. Mr. Stubb's body was left on the pilot of the engine and the train proceeded to the Wellsville station, where undertaker EMBSER took charge of the remains and removed them to his rooms on West State street. Corner [sic] COOLEY arrived a few minutes later and examined the property of the dead men, thus arriving at their homes in Almond and Auburn. The accident was almost beyond explanation. Mr. Sissons was familiar with the road and must have realized he was approaching the crossing and despite of the snow falling at the time, there was a good sight of the approaching train, the track and the road running parallel for half a mile. Evidently the men were deep in conversation and did not realize the train was on them until within a few rods of the crossing and in applying the foot brake and reverse pedal, caused the car to slew around and back onto the track. Portions of the car were strewn alongside the railroad for a quarter of a mile and the car reduced to bits of scrap iron and kindling wood, with the exception of the front end, which was evidently carried on the pilot of the engine and when removed the headlights were intact and the glass and headlights unbroken. Both men were instantly killed, Mr. Sisson's body being terribly mangled, the left leg broke in ten places and the body finally thrown clear of the wreckage before the train stopped. Will HALLADAY living on the Proctor road, and some 300 yards east of the crossing, was in the back yard cutting wood. he noticed the car go by, traveling at not more than 20 miles an hour and thought it was a neighbor. Only a few minutes elapsed when train 7 came whistling by his house, the whistle loudly tooting and he looked up just in time to [rest of story missing]
[clipping, hand dated Jan. 1924] 
Sisson, Cola Leon (I11840)
 
5976 Typhoid Fever Burditt, William (I16223)
 
5977 Typhoid Fever Burditt, Samuel N. (I19614)
 
5978 Typhoid Fever Cain, Lydia (I31458)
 
5979 Typhoid Fever (3 weeks) Burditt, Charles E. (I30950)
 
5980 Typhoid Fever - 8 days Burditt, Francis Henry Whittier (I31861)
 
5981 Typhoid fever(taken fron 1875 census death records) Gray, Sylvester (I2419)
 
5982 Typhoid Rheumatism Tucker, Sally (I13213)
 
5983 U.E.L. List
+ Stoaly (Stoley), Jacob & John.... Soldiers Butler's Rangers
The 1810 census living near the McDougal, Dye, and Peters familes:
John Stailee: 33301-12010 or
3 males(<10: poss. sons Conrad, Jacob, Philip),
3 males(<16: poss. sons Peter, Baltus, unk),
3 males(<26 poss. sons George, John, Henry),
1 male(45+, John himself),
1 female(<10: poss. dau. Gerty),
2 females(<16: poss.daus Catherine and Charity),
1 female(<45: poss. wife Mary). 
Staley, John (I162)
 
5984 Ulceration of the Stomach and Bowels Burditt, Charles Jesse (I19568)
 
5985 Undertaker  Bandlow, Henry (I9994)
 
5986 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8349
 
5987 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8443
 
5988 Unknown Cemetery (d/c states buried in West Almond) Miller, Harry H. (I207)
 
5989 unmarried Miller, Lillian M. (I12748)
 
5990 US Army commissioned from Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Ga. He trained and instructed the Basic Training Troops during the Vietnam War from 1971-1973 Burdett, William John (I7983)
 
5991 US Census: 1790
1 JUL 1790 Halfmoon Town, Albany County, New York
Note: Job "Halsted" is listed as a head of household in the 1790 federal cens us for Halfmoon Town. His family consists of one male over 16 years of age, four males under 16, and two females. 4

US Census: 1800
1 JUL 1800 Milton, Cayuga County, New York
Note: Job Halstead is listed as a head of household in the 1800 federal census for Milton. His family consists of two males under 10 years of age, two males between 10 and 16, one male between 26 and 45, one female under 10, one female between 16 and 26, and one female between 26 and 45.

US Census: 1820
1 JUL 1820 Clarence, Niagara County, New York (Job Halstead)

US Census: 1850
20 AUG 1850 Lancaster, Erie County, New York
Note: Job Halstead is listed as a head of household in the 1850 federal censu s for Lancaster. He is age 84, male, occupation "none." value of real estate $6,400, born in New York. Also living in the household are: Minerva Hoyt, age 40, female, born in New York; and Amos W. Green, age 16, male, a farmer, born in New York, attended school within the year. 
Halstead, Job (I34278)
 
5992 US Congressman. Elected to represent New Jersey'd 3rd District in the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1843 to 1845. He was defeated in 1844. Also served as a Member of the New Jersey State House of Assembly from 1819 to 1821, and 1828 to 1830, Member of the New Jersey State Senate from 1847 to 1849, and Common Pleas Court Judge from 1852 to 1855. (bio by: K)  Farlee, Honorable Isaac Gray (I42486)
 
5993 US Marines Staff Sargent. Wise, Ernest (I27352)
 
5994 US Naval Reserve WWII Staley, Robert D. (I24553)
 
5995 US Navy Retired
American Civil War (North)
Acting Boatswain, 7 January, 1850. Gunner, 21 November, 1853. Resigned 26 July, 1864. Acting Master, 27 July, 1864. Honorably discharged 21 December, 1866. Reinstated as Gunner from 21 November, 1853. Retired List, 7 June, 1882 
Burditt, Gunner William (I31837)
 
5996 Utica town treasurer in 1883 Mitchell, George B. (I27849)
 
5997 Uzal Barker served in the French and Indian War, 28Mar1757 to 23Nov1757 under the command of Capt. Ephraim Preston's Thirteenth Company, as part of Col. Phineas Lyman's Regiment, at Fort Edward,NY  Barker, Uzal (I592)
 
5998 V. Wesley Weidman of Surrey Park in Wilmington, Del., a former Dansville resident, died Sunday (Sept. 5, 1987) in Wilmington Hospital. He was 71.
The former Dansville man was a ceramic engineer at the Dupont Co. Experimental Station at Chestnut Run Site in Wilmington. He retired in 1976 after 35 years of service and then co-founded the Wesolite Mineral Products Co. He was a member of the Westminster Presbyterian Church and Granite Lodge No. 34, F.&A.M.

Surviving are his wife, Annabelle; a son, Vern Jr. of Westchester, Pa.; three daughters, Emily Weidman, Nancy Ortiz and Frances Dahl, all of Reading, Mass.; two stepsons, William Bradley III of Hockessin, Del., and Robert Bradley of Linfield, Del.; a stepdaughter, Deborah Pepe of Townsend, Del.; two sisters, Marie Shepard of Fort Worth, Tex., and Rosalie Murphy of Sanford, N.C.; eight grandchildren.

A graveside committal service was conducted Friday morning in Greenmount Cemetery, Dansville, with the Rev. James Bender officiating. Arrangements were by the Hindle Funeral Home of Dansville. (GCE, September 17, 1987, p4)
 
Weidman, Verne Wesley (I37601)
 
5999 Vacationed in Europe for 3 months in 1923 Burditt, Everett Watson (I27949)
 
6000 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I22843)
 

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