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MARSHALL - MASON
Eugene Abraham4 Marshall was born Waterloo, New York July 1865. Eugene died October 26, 1911 Geneva, New York, at 46 years of age.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES October 25, 1911
OBITUARY Eugene Marshall
Eugene Marshall died this morning at 12 o'clock, of neuritis at his home, No. 9 Gates Avenue. He is survived by his widow, three sons, Eugene Jr., Alvai and John, and one daughter, Marie, of Geneva, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Marshall of Waterloo, one brother, John Marshall of Port Byron, three sisters, Mrs. Healy Dadson of Fayette, Mrs. Rene Taylor of Hillsdale, Mich., and Miss Isabelle Marshall of Waterloo. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from his late residence. Rev. William McPadden, assistant rector of St. Francis de Sales church will officiate, and interment will be made at St. Patrick's Cemetery. His body was interred 1911 Geneva, New York, St. Patrick's Cemetery.
He married Harriet E. Ridley Clifton Springs, New York, July 04, 1890. Vital Record information found on fiche number 94M at Rundel Library, Rochester, New York. Harriet was born Waterloo, New York May 24, 1865. Harriet was the daughter of Henry Ridley and Nancy Maloney. Harriet died July 21, 1949 Geneva, New York, at 84 years of age.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES Friday July 22, 1949
MRS. HARRIET R. MARSHALL
Mrs. Harriet Elizabeth Ridley Marshall, 84, 100 E. North Street, widow of Eugene Marshall, died last night in her home following a long illness. Mrs. Marshall was born in the Town of Waterloo, May 24, 1865, daughter of Henry and Nancy Maloney Ridley. She had lived in Geneva for a number of years. She belonged to St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church and the Rosary Society of the church.
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Andrew C. Brown, three sons, Eugene J. and Elvey, all of Geneva, John D., Niagara Falls., two brothers, Elvey and Martin Ridley, ten grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.
Eugene Joseph5 Marshall was born Geneva, New York May 1892. Eugene died November 1972 Geneva, New York, at 80 years of age. He married Glenora McCallum Geneva, New York, June 21, 1917.[i] Geneva Town Hall record number 3718, was listed as a printer, born Geneva, age 25. She is listed as 23 years of age, born Tioga, Penn., father is Joseph McCallum, mother Josephine Harrison, both USA. Witnesses were Elvey A. Marshall and Hazel C. McCallum. Glenora was from Oaks Corners. [i]. Copy of the Marriage record is on PG 2F in the book, A Tree Trunk.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. June 29, 1917
MARRIED MARSHALL - MC CALLUM At Geneva, June 21, 1917, Eugene J. Marshall, of Geneva, and Miss Glenora McCallum of Oaks Corners.
Another account in the GENEVA DAILY TIMES June 22, 1917
WEDDINGS Marshall - McCollum
At St. Stephen's church yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock took place the marriage of Miss Glenora McCollum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCollum Sr., of Oaks Corners, to Eugene J. Marshall, son of Mrs. Eugene Marshall of Geneva.
The ceremony was performed by the Rev. George Doud, the ring service being used. The bridal couple were attended by Miss Hazel McCollum of Oaks Corners, sister of the bride, and Elvey Marshall, Geneva, brother of the groom. The bride wore a suit of blue tweed with white hat, and a corsage bouquet of white roses and sweet peas.
The bridesmaid wore a suit of blue tweed with a pink and white hat, and wore white sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall left on the Black Diamond for a trip to Buffalo and other points. After June they will be at home to reside at 10 East North Street. Among the pre-nuptial events was a linen shower given by Mrs. Olin McCollum, and a variety shower by Miss Mary Hartranft, both of Geneva.
Glenora was born in Farmington, Tioga, Penn. September 29, 1893. Glenora was the daughter of Joseph B. Sr. McCallum and Josephine Harrison. Glenora died March 2, 1921 Geneva, New York, at 27 years of age.[ii] [ii]. Death Certificate number 41 found at Geneva City Hall states she lved at 100 East North Street, Ward number 6.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES March 3, 1921
OBITUARY - Mrs. Glenora Marshall, wife of Eugene J. Marshall, 100 E. North Street, died last night at the Geneva City Hospital after a long illness. She is survived by her husband, one son, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCallum of Oaks Corners, six brothers, Herbert, Clifford, Robert, and Joseph McCallum of Oaks Corners, Olin McCallum of Geneva, and Benjamin McCallum of Cleveland, Ohio, three sisters, Miss Myria McCallum and Mrs. Eddings of Oaks Corners, and Mrs Thomas Wilson of Worchester, Ohio.
The funeral will be held Saturday morning at her home, and at 9 o'clock at St. Francis de Sales church. Burial will be made in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Eugene J6 Marshall was born 1918. Eugene died January 31, 1920 Geneva, New York, at 1 year of age.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES January 31, 1920
Eugene J. Marshall Jr., two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marshall of Kirkwood Avenue, died this morning at the home of his parents, of diptheria. The funeral was held at 4 o'clock this afternoon with burial at St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Elvey Abraham5 Marshall was born Geneva, New York August 31, 1894. Elvey died November 13, 1971 Geneva, New York, at 77 years of age.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES Monday November 15, 1971
Geneva - Elvey A. Marshall, 77, of 167 Lafayette Ave, Geneva, died Saturday night in Geneva General Hospital following a long illness. Funeral services will be held at 9 AM Tuesday from McGuigan Funeral Home, and at St. Francis de Sales Church. Burial will be made in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home.
Members of the Nester Hose Co. will meet today at the funeral home to pay their respects. Mr. Marshall was a life resident of Geneva and had worked for the Geneva Board of Public Works. He was superintendent of the Geneva Treatment Plant for many years until his retirement in 1962. He was a member of St. Francis de Sales church and its Holy Name Society, and the Third Degree Knights of Columbus, and past grand knight of the Geneva council, K. of C.. He was a life member of the Nester Hose Co. of Geneva Fire Department.
He is survived by two sons, Elvey F. and Bernard J. Marshall, both of Newark, one sister, Mrs. Andrew Marie Brown, of Geneva, two brothers, Eugene J. Marshall of Geneva, and John A. Marshall of Niagara Falls, 14 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. His body was interred 1971 PreEmption Rd, St. Mary's Cemetery.
He married Kathryn Marie Long Geneva, New York, November 19, 1918. Geneva Town Hall record number 4259, page 270, he is listed as a chemist assistant, born Geneva, she is listed as born Canandaigua. His father is Eugene Marshall, USA, and mother, Harriet Ridley. Her father, John Long, mother Julia Hanley, both USA. Witnessed by Mary Hayes and Thomas J. McCarthy.
GENEVA DAILY TIMES November 19, 1918
WEDDINGS Marshall - Long
One of the prettiest weddings of the autumn season took place this morning at St. Francis de Sales Church, at six o'clock mass, when Miss Kathryn Long, daughter of Mrs. Julia Long, of 57 John Street, became the bride of Alvey Marshall of this city. The ceremony was performed by Right Rev. Monsignor Joseph W. Hendricks in the presence of only the immediate relatives and friends.
The bride was becomingly dressed in a suit of taupe chiffon broadcloth with hat to match, and carried white chrysanthemums. She was attended by Miss Mary L. Hayes of this city who wore a dark blue suit with hat to match, and carried yellow chrysanthemums.
Thomas McCarthy of this city was best man. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Marshall left for an extended western trip, after which they will be at home to their friends at St. John Street.
Lewis1 Maslyn was born Holland 1831. Lewis died May 22, 1896 in Port Gibson, New York, at 64 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY REPOSITORY and MESSENGER Friday May 26, 1896 PAGE 8 COL 1
PORT GIBSON May 27
Lewis Maslyn's funeral was held Monday. Mr. Maslyn was a native of Holland, immigrating here some years ago, after several years of earnest toil as a day laborer he purchased a farm near this village, where he has lived for the past seven years, and esteemed citizen and neighbor, honest in his dealings with all mankind. He had been sick nearly all the past spring. His age was 65 years.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Fri. Jan 20, 1933 PAGE 4 COL 3
BREMER - Mrs. Louise Maslyn Bremer 64, died quite suddenly at the home of her daughter Mrs. DePauw of Clifton Springs on Saturday evening. Besides her husband Frank Bremer she is survived by four sons, John of Newark, Charles, Edward, and Lewis of Clifton Springs, three daughters, Mrs. Charles Norsen of Manchester, Mrs. Edmond Schram of Newark, and Mrs. Edmond DePAuw of Clifton Springs, three brothers, Edward Maslyn of Waterloo, Charles and Peter Maslyn of Clifton Springs, two sisters, Mrs. August Garney of Clifton Springs, and Mrs. Christina Vershay of Rochester. Mrs. Bremer was a native of Holland coming to this country in 1881.
On last Christmas day she had been married 47 years. The funeral was held at St. Felix church on Tuesday morning, high mass, and was buried at St. Agnes Cemetery. Her body was interred 1933 Shortsville, New York, St. Agnes Cemetery.
She married Frank Bremer December 25, 1886.
Ontario County Times Journal, January 20, 1933, obituary stated she had been married about 47 years.
William Ripper2 Mason was born 1812. William died July 06, 1885 East Bloomfield, New York, at 73 years of age.
In East Bloomfield, NY, July 6, 1885, William R. Mason, aged 73 years. William R. Mason was born in the county of Norfolk, England. He came to this country in 1848, and shortly afterwards settled in this town where he died. He engaged in farming, in which he was very successful.
Not only did he raise a large family, assisting some of them in the struggles of life, but laid up a fair competency for old age. He was liberal although not a member of any church, his purse was freely open for them. The clergyman of the Roman Catholic Church, who was present at the funeral, informed the writer that Mr. Mason had been generous to them.
Only the day before his death he expressed a strong desire that a bell should be placed in the Methodist church, agreeing to give a good sum himself, and to personally solicit others to do the same. His family at his death consisted of his wife and his twelve children, all of whom are grown to manhood and womanhood. Eight of the children are sons, and four are daughters, all of them but one were present at the funeral.
There are alive twenty eight grandchildren, and four great grandchildren, so that in his children, as well as money, he has added to the material wealth of his adopted country. For two years he has to my knowledge, been a constant attendant generally twice each Sunday, at church.
The day before he died he was there, in the morning, and when asked not to go in the evening, he urged that he must hear the last of five sermons on the Avenues to Success in Life, a series of sermons preached evenings by the pastor. That evening his great interest was shown in his earnest attention, which attracted the notice of nearly all present. His wife and large family and many friends mourn his loss. His body was interred 1885 East Bloomfield, New York, East Bloomfield Cemetery.
John3 Mason was born England 1838. John died February 10, 1901 East Bloomfield, New York, at 62 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 15, 1901
DIED - MASON At East Bloomfield, February 10, 1901, John Mason, aged 63 years.
John Mason, one of the best known and esteemed residents of the town, died on Sunday morning, after a lingering illness of several months. Mr. Mason was born in the town 63 years ago, and had resided most of his life within a stone's throw of his birthplace.
About 15 years ago Mr. Mason purchased the Dudley farm, and five years later he bought 80 acres off from the Tracey farm. He was an extensive grower of hops, always getting a big price and was well known to hop men. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Cora Rowley, and Mrs. Charity Rice, and three sons, Fred and Harley, all of this place, and Dr. Marcene, of Rochester, four sisters, Mrs. Emily Cain, Mrs. Mary Gerue, of Binghaton, Mrs. Susan Murrell, of this place, and Mrs. Libbie Lacey, of Michigan, six brothers, William of Palmyra, Robert of Albion, Thomas of Honeoye Falls, Israel of Shortsville, Samuel and Arthur, of this place.
The funeral services were held from his late residence, Rev. H. B. Mason officiating. The A. O. U. W. lodge of which the deceased was a member attended the services.
Samuel Cafferty3 Mason was born in East Bloomfield, Ontario County, New York 1852. Samuel died January 27, 1917 Canandaigua, New York, at 64 years of age.
ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL February 2, 1917
MASON - EAST BLOOMFIELD
Samuel Mason, a prominent citizen and life long resident of East Bloomfield, died at Memorial hospital on Saturday. He had been in poor health for some time and on Friday submitted to a critical operation.
Deceased was a son of William and Anne Mason, and was born here 63 years ago. He is survived by his wife and by four daughters, Mrs. Marcus G. Doyle, of Monroe, Miss Maude Mason of E. Bloomfield, Frances, of New York City, and Mabelle of Secoit, and by two sons, Harold and Claude, who are at home.
He is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. P. D. Gurne and Mrs. William Cain of E. Bloomfield, and Mrs. Susan Murrell, of Canandaigua, and by three brothers, James, of Buffalo, Thomas, of Canandaigua, and Arthur, of Holcomb. The funeral was held from the family home on Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Ernest E. Davis, pastor of the Methodist church, and burial was made in the village cemetery. His body was interred 1917 East Bloomfield, New York, East Bloomfield Cemetery.
Claude S.4 Mason. He married Mabel C. Tiffany East Bloomfield, New York, May 08, 1926.
THE VICTOR HERALD May 14, 1926
MASON - TIFFANY
Miss Mabel Tiffany, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Tiffany of Bristol, and Claude S. Mason, son of Mrs. Mary Mason, were united in marriage at the Mason Homestead in East Bloomfield, Saturday afternoon, May 8th, Rev. George H. Campbell of the Bristol Universalist church officiating.
The rooms were attractively decorated with sweet peas and ferns. The bride was gowned in French blue flat crepe, gold trimmed, and carried a bouquet of sweet peas. Her bridesmaid, Miss Marion Marble of Rochester, was attired in maize colored crepe and also carried sweet peas. Janet Roberts of Utica, niece of the groom, as flower girl, wore pink georgette crepe and carried the ring in a pink rose.
Charles Donohue of LeRoy was groomsman. Following the ceremony, luncheon was served to about 40 guests, cousins of the bride serving. After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Mason will reside at the Mason homestead.
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