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Subject: [NYFINGERLAKES] Chronicle - Express, 17 Nov 1938 ( Cont'd )
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2007 01:44:41 -0500 (EST)
As a terrible typist, and therefore a terrible transcriber, I believe
I've bitten off more than I can chew. Not to worry though, I'll see this
DEATH TAKES LATE ACCIDENT VICTIM
From Dundee Correspondent (cont'd)
Mrs. Jessie MALLOY
Mrs. Jessie MALLOY, wife of DeWitt MALLOY, died at the Soldiers and
Sailors Memorial hospital Penn Yan Sunday Nov 13. She had been in ill
health about three years.
Mrs. MALLOY was born in Addison on January 18, 1876 and was 62 years of
age. Her maiden name Jessie SPENCER. In January, 1902 she married DeWitt
MALLOY of Tyrone, who survives, with one son, of Altay, and three
She was a member of the Presbyterian church of Watkins Glen.
Funeral services will be held at the Altay Baptist church Wednesday at 2
p.m. with Rev. William PERRY of Hammondsport officiating. Burial was in
Mrs. Charles DEAN
Friday November 11, at 12:30 p.m. in Bath occurred the death of Mrs.
Charles DEAN, aged 65 years.
Before her marriage she was Miss Belle Stever., daughter of Rupert and
Sarah Gay Stever. She was born in Pulteney.
After her marriage she lived in Avoca and later in Bath where Mr. DEAN
was engaged in business, She was active in the Bath Baptist church, the
Red Cross, in the Bath Social service and other organizations.
She is survived by two brothers, Benjamin STEVER of Penn Yan and David
STEVER of Bath,
Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. from the home. Burial was
made in Grove cemetery.
Patrick L. GORDON
Patrick L. GORDON, aged 75 years, of 206 Elm street, Penn Yan, died
Monday morning November 14, in the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Thomas RECTOR of Penn Yan; a son, John
GORDON of Albany; five sisters, Mrs. Mary PATTERSON and Miss Lillian
GORDON, both of Oakland,Calif., Mrs. Jefferson PRENDERGAST of Hall, Mrs.
Robert LeGAB and Mrs. Winfield O'MALLEY, both of Geneva; and a brother
Michael GORDON of Rochester.
Funeral services were held from St. Michael's church Wednesday morning
at 9 o'clock with burial in Lake View cemetery.
From Wayne Correspondent
Mrs. Martin CLARK
Mrs. Martin CLARK, aged 51 years, passed away Thursday November 10, at
the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial hospital in Penn Yan, following a
serious operation. She was a member of the M.E. church.
She was born in Barrington December 21 1889. Her early life was spent at
Crystal Springs and later in the vicinity of Wayne. She was married to
Martin CLARK in March 1905.
She is survived by her husband; four daughters, Mrs. Anna FRANCIS of
Bradford, Pa., and Gladys and Roberta CLARK at home; three sisters and
The funeral was held from her late residence on the east side of Waneta
lake Sunday at 2 p.m., the Rev. James GORDON officiating. Burial was in
Frank E. MONNIN of East Main street, Penn Yan, president of the local
chamber of commerce, was attending the annual meeting of the Finger Lakes
association in Ithaca Thursday when he received word, shortly after noon,
of the sudden passing of his father, Paul MONNIN, aged 78 years, of
A retired employee of the New York Central railroad, Mr. MONNIN had
lived most of his life in Buffalo. Thursday noon, November 10, he was at
the home of his son, Lawrence, in Buffalo, when he was suddenly stricken
while sitting in a chair waiting for his son to finish dinner.
Surviving Mr. MONNIN are a brother, Jesse of Meadville. PA; two sons,
Lawrence of Buffalo and Frank E. of Penn Yan; a daughter, Mrs. Elma
BOYLE of Arcade; and six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 8:30 a.m. from the home, 113 Geary street,
Buffalo, and from St. Theresa church at 9 a.m. with burial in a Buffalo
Winfield S. CARROLL
At his home on the Potter-Penn Yan road on the top of the Widow Hill of
Penn Yan R.D. 3, Winfield S. CARROLL, aged 57 years, died Friday
morning, November 11, following an extended illness.
He is survived by his wife; two sons, Richard at home and Wendall of
Voak; a daughter, Mrs. H. Whitman PATNODE of Arlington, Va., and four
brothers, Claude and Pearl of Avoca; Gordon of Penn Yan and Granger of
Mr. Carroll was born March 11, 1881 in the town of Potter to Alfred and
Sarah CARROLL, the youngest of eight sons. On December 23, 1903 he was
united in marriage to Lola STAPE of Potter. He had spent all his life as
a farmer in Potter and Benton, He was a member of the Penn Yan Methodist
church and of the Penn Yan grange.
Funeral services were held from the Thayer Funeral chapel Monday at 2:30
p.m. with the Rev. Ellroy D. VAN DYKE, pastor of the First Methodist
church in Penn Yan officiating. Burial was made in Lake View cemetery.
From the Pulteney Correspondent
Mrs. George R. AINSWORTH of Pulteney, Mother of Mrs. Perry GRIFFITHS
Mrs. Alice A. Osborne AINSWORTH died Sunday, November 13, at her home on
the lake. She was born in Pulteney April 28, 1852, the daughter of David
and Anna OSBORNE. On August 28, 1872 she was united in marriage to
George R. AINSWORTH. They lived at the Ainsworth home until 1919 when
Mrs. AINSWORTH went to live in Corning. Her husband died in December
1921. Mrs AINSWORTH and her daughter, Edna have been living together at
the lake for several years. Mrs. AINSWORTH was a member of the Pulteney
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Mary BURGER of Hall, Mrs. Cary
GRIFFITHS of Penn Yan, and Miss Edna AINSWORTH of Pulteney; a son,
Willard AINSWORTH of Pulteney; three grand-children; and a sister, Mrs.
Carrie White of Philadelphia, Pa.
The funeral was held from the home Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. Marshall
SCOTT officiating. Interment was made at Lake View cemetery, Penn Yan.
More to come,
Bruce A. Sherwood, Sr.
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