||Miles Aldebert Allen |
||6 May 1902
||Almond, Allegany Co., New York, USA
- Deliverd by his grandmother, Rhoda Allen.
||27 Sep 1932
||Wellsville, Allegany Co., New York, USA
- Obituary Abstracts from the Olean Times-Herald: [Wellsville, Sep 28]
Age 30, of Angelica; d. from burns, Tues., Jones Memorial Hosp.; explosion at Sinclair Refinery; unmd. Survived by: father, K. Allen (Almond); sis. Mrs. Joel Burdette(Hornell) and bro. James M. Allen (Olean).
||Story - Sinclair Explosion, 1932
Andover News, 09/27/1932
||Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, Allegany Co., New York, USA
||Miles A. Allen
- 1910 living with his grandfather Andrew Allen in Alfred. Miles was employed by Seymour G. Stewart in West Almond, as a farm laborer, according to the 1920 census of West Almond. He was said, Audrey Pettibone, to have been living with his half-sister, Grace Farnum, in Wellsville at the time of his death. Miles was killed in an oil refinery fire in Wellsville. A story relayed to me by Audrey Pettibone from her uncle(Lionel), who know Miles, said that about every Saturday night there was a dance and one night a deputy sheriff came and caused alot of grief for everyone. The Deputy was apparently not well liked by everyone. Never-the-less, some words were spoken and Miles hit the Deputy with his fist, knocking the Deputy out cold. Miles spent the next three days in jail. Under normal circumstances, Miles could have been fired from his job for such an incident, but his boss kept him on. Unfortunately, he was killed not long after.
||29 Jun 2020 |
||Andrew K. Allen, b. 30 Dec 1861, Almond, Allegany Co., New York, USA d. 28 Nov 1934, Olean, Cattaraugus Co., New York, USA (Age 72 years) |
||Viola Deanthe Ferrin, b. 28 Jul 1874, Almond, Allegany Co., New York, USA d. 1 Sep 1905, Gainesville, Wyoming Co., New York, USA (Age 31 years) |
||15 Feb 1893
||Adrian, Canisteo, Steuben Co., New York, USA
||Group Sheet | Family Chart