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BALDWIN-John Baldwin died at his home in Herrickville, August 9, 1932, aged 66 years. Funeral services will be held in Herrickville church on Thursday at 2 p.m. Burial will take place in Herrick. The services will be in charge of Rev. Savacool. Submitted by Patty Shumway pshumway@epix.net 
BROWN-H. Irwin Brown of Indian Hill died Monday morning, December 26, at 12:40 o'clock at the age of 85 years and 11 months, having been born January 27, 1847. The following children survive: Mrs. L. B. Perry of Powell; F. U. Brown of Niagara Falls, Hartley Brown of Sugar Run, Mrs. C. E. Andrews of Steelton, N.J. and Harriet Brown at home. Several grandchildren end great-grandchildren also survive. Funeral services willdbe held at the home this Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,`with the Rev. C. N. Keene of Laceyville officiating. Submitted by Patty Shumwa} pshumway@epix.net 
(Browning) -Mrs. HesterdBrowning of Spring Hill died at the home of her son, R. L. Browning, Thursday morning at 3 o'clock as a result of a stroke of paralysis. Funeral services will be held at the Spring Hill church on Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock. There will be a prayer service at the home at 10 o'clock with Rev. Mauger officiating. Burial will be in the Lacey Street cemetery at Laceyville. Aug. 17, 1933. Submitted by Patty Shumway pshumway@epix.net 
CLARK- Herman J. Clark, age 60, of 301 East Third Street, died Friday July 26, 1985, in the Andrew Kaul Memorial Hospital, St Mary's, following a lengthy illness. Born June 6, 1925 in Addison, N. Y., he was a son of Herman and Onnelea Green Clark. On May 3, 1958 in Westfield, Pa., he married the former Martha Card who survives. A resident of Emporium, Mr. Clark was employed by Emporium Contractors as a construction foreman. He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose, Emporium, and a social member of the Emporium V.F.W.. Surviving besides his wife are two daughters, Debora Sue, Mrs. Dale Catalone; and Donna Darlene, Mrs. Jonathan Lewis, both of Emporium; four grandchildern; two sisters, Vera Jones and Isa Bartholonew, both of Wellsboro, Pa., and one brother, Erskine H. Clark, of Campbell, N.Y.. Mr. Clark was preceded in death by a brother, Donald Clark in 1984. Funeral and Commital Services were held Monday, July 29, at 10:00 a.m. from the Edward M. Barrnett Funeral Home with the Rev. Dean Hughes, pastor of the First United Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in Newton's Cemetery. Memorials in memory of Mr. Clark can be made to the Cameron County Heart Association of the donor's choice. Submitted by C.V. Woodard 
GREEN -Addison-- Mrs. Onnelea Green Clark, 52, died suddenly at her home in Tuscarora Township this morning Feb. 13, 1940. She had been ill the past several months ans her condition became worse Monday. An estimable woman, she leaves many friends in this vicinity where she had long resided. Mrs. Clark is survived by her husband, Herman Clark; one son, Junior at Home; two daughters, Mrs. Vera Jones and Mrs. Isa Bartholomew of Middleburg, Pa., also two sons, Donald Clark of Covington and Erskine Clark of Emporium, Pa., Her Mother, Mrs. Lena Green of Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Dean, Hornell and Mrs Dorothy Titus of Rochester, also several grandchildren survive. The funeral arrangements are incomplete. Submitted by C.V. Woodard 
(Hammerly) , Jan. 22, 1933- Mrs. Sophia A. Hammerly died at her home in Camptown at 12:15 Sunday afternoon, January 22. Funeral services will be held at her late home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial in Camptown cemetery. Submitted by Patty Shumway pshumway@epix.net 
HARRINGTON, William Elmira Advertiser William H. Harrington 59, Elmira RD2. Unexpectedly Monday afternoon, August 30, 1943. Survived by his wife Evalena; daughter, Helen, an Army Nurse Stationed at Fort Riley, Kan; brothers; James, Elmira; sister, Mrs. Lorenzo Graves, Wellsville, NY. The body is at the Holly Funeral Home. Arrangements later. Submitted by Janet Loftus - Janetl1111@aol.com 
HENDRIE - R.C.S. Hendrie, one of the oldest printers in the state, died this morning at the residence of his niece, Mrs. L.D. Smith, 422 West Church Street. Mr. Hendrie was formerly a resident of New York City, was of Scotch descent, born in Newton, N.Y. and was in his eighty-sixth year. He was at one time editor of the Goshen Whig, and was superintendent of the Erie printing office, New York for over thirty years. It is said Mr. Hendrie was the discoverer and inventor of printers' composition for rollers. Elmira Star, July 25, 1890 and reprinted in the Waverly Free Press August 2, 1890 
HUBBARD, Wilson R. - Wilson R. Hubbard Is Taken By Death Richmond Township was greatly saddened on July 7th by the announcement of the sudden death in the Blossburg State Hospital of Wilson R. Hubbard. Since entering the hospital on April 2nd he had submitted to two operations and his many friends were hoping that he was making good progress toward recovery. Early that morning he suffered a heart attack which was so severe that he had died before his relatives could reach his bedside. Wilson Hubbard was the son of Delos W. Hubbard and Roxania Burley and was born in Richmond Township on January 15, 1864. He was graduated from the Mansfield State Normal School in 1882, and from Coleman's Business College in 1885. He taught four successful terms of school; one at Elk Run, two at Little Marsh, and the fourth in the one near Mainesburg known as the Doud School. After graduating from the business college he was offered a position on its faculty, but declined it to teach at Little Marsh in order to be nearer home. While working in the woods he received an injury to his back in June, 1887. For fifteen years after he was unable to walk and never fully recovered from the ill effects of this accident. On March 17, 1909, he married Lidah, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sparling. Since 1918 he served as Secretary of the Grange Mutual Fire Insurance Co. In 1923 he was elected Treasurer of Tioga County and filled this office most capably for four years. Since the completion of that term he has been a valued employee of the Hawk Garage in Wellsboro. Mr. Hubbard was for many years a fithful and efficient worker in the Mansfield Methodist Church. He was also a member of the North Elk Run Grange. He is survived by his widow, a son, Lawrence; a daughter, Wilda; one brother, G. E. Hubbard, all of Richmond Township. Besides these are several nephews and nieces. The funeral service, which was conducted by his pastor, the Rev. D. W. Baylis, was held in the Mansfield Methodist Episcopal Church at 2 p.m. on Monday, July 9. The bearers were C. C. Howe, E. L. Fuller, G. B. Strait, Charles Hawley, W. H. Killgore and B. Smith. Ther large number present and the beautiful floral pieces testified to the high regard in which he was held. The unwavering courage and Christian fortitude with which he bore his suffering will always be remembered by his friends. Submitted by Barbara Conrad 
KING, Brink - Brink King, aged about 60, who died Tuesday, January 23, 1934, in Franklinville, N. Y., was brought here Friday and a funeral service was held in the home of Mrs. Ella Campbell and Mrs. Blanche Tanner at one o'clock, Rev. L. R. Hall, of the Methodist Church, officiating; interment being made in Gray Cemetery. He was the eldest son of the late Charles and Sarah Brink King, and was born here and married Miss Ella Prince. He left here, and unlike many others, never came back nor communicated with his relatives. He is survived by one brother, William King, of Hornell, and his step-mother, Sarah King, who came with the remains and returned after the funeral to Hornell. The pall bearers were Charles Hoxie, E. O. Watkins, C. E. Snever, Emory Kelts, John Larcom and Fred Perry. Submitted by Barbara Conrad 

VanGORDER - Simon VanGorder died at his home near Wilawana, Bradford county, Tuesday, aged ninety-one years and nineteen days. The deceased was a widely known and respected man, one of those sturdy characters whose yeoman's work did much in the early days toward building up this section of the country. For forty-six yeaars he had resided on the homestead where he died, gaining the respect, admiration and esteem of his neighbors and acquaintances. He leaves eight children. Reprinted from the Elmira Advertiser in the Waverly Free Press August 23, 1890. aolSubmitted by Stephanie Johnston 
WARNER-Mrs. Lina Terry of Laceyville died at the Tioga County General hospital in Waverly Saturday at the age of 66. She is survived by one son, Paul B. Terry of Laceyville. Prayer service will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vandervort in Laceyville. Further services will be held at 2:30 o'clock in the Baptist church at Laceyville, with burial in the Lacey street cemetery. Mar. 18, 1933. Submitted by Patty Shumway pshumway@epix.net 
WARNER-Laceyville, Mar. 1, 1932-Leonard Warner Died At Home On Edinger Hill-Leonard Warner, for many years a farmer on Edinger Hill near here, died at his home there this morning following a long illness. He is survived by one son George, and a daughter Mrs. Densil Bennett, both of Edinger Hill. Funeral services will be held at the home of Mrs. Bennett, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in the Lacey street cemetery. Submitted by Patty Shumway pshumway@epix.net 
WEST-Mrs. Helen West Cline, widow of Geo. Cline, died at her home in Black Walnut Sunday, April 2. Funeral services were conducted at the home Tuesday at 11 a.m., in the charge of her pastor, the Rev. F. V. Thomas, and former pastor, T. R. Warnock of town. Mrs. Cline is survived by three children, Ward Cline of Binghamton, Harriet, Mrs. Ellicott Brown of Wilkes-Barre, and Minnie Cline at home, who tenderly cared for her mother through her declining years. Mrs. Cline was a member of the M.E. Church, a lovely Christian lady. She was eighty-four years of age and retained all her faculties of mind to the last, although her health has not been good for some time. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. Interment was made in the Lacey street cemetery beside her husband who preceded her in death some years ago. Submitted by Patty Shumway. pshumway@epix.net 
WHIPPLE-Judson D. Whipple, who after a lingering illness died at his home in Laceyville on March 3, at the age of 67 years, had been a life long resident of this vicinity. Mr. Whipple was for many years connected with the firm of Whipple Brothers Contractors, as a specialist in barn building. Many of the finest farms throughout this section of the country were built under his supervision. The deceased, a member of the Braintrim Baptist Church for more than 50 years, always made an effort to be prompt and regular in his church attendance. Mr. Whipple is survived by his wife; two sons, John of Herrickville, Warner of Laceyville; five daughters, Mrs. Burleigh Roof of Standing Stone, Misses Anna, Mary, Amy and Mrs. Edwin Yale of Laceyville. Submitted by Patty Shumway pshumway@epix.net 
WOODARD, Terry A. Woodard, age 21, of Chesterfield Township, died Wednesday, June 17, 1992 in St. Joesph Mercy Hospital, Mt. Clemens, Michigan. Terry was born May 16, 1971 in Frankfurt, Germany, the son of Clarence and Florence Woodard. Terry was a student at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. He was a member of the model Airplane Club at the University and he was a 1989 graduate of Anchor Bay High School. He loved building model airplanes and was a die hard Oakland A's fan. Terry is survived by his parents Clarence and Florence of Chesterfield Township, sisters, Mrs. Stephen (Lynnette) Lepley of North Carolina and Christina Woodard of Chesterfield Township, paternal grandmother Virginia Woodard of Pennsylvnia, maternal grandparents Clayton and Eleanor Oldroyd of Pennsylvania, also many aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral services 11 a.m. Saturday, June 20, 1992 in the Christie-Olszewski Funeral Home in New Baltimore, Michigan with Pastor Joesph Burna of the First Baptist Church in New Baltimore officiating. Burial in Oakwood Cemetery, New Baltimore, Michigan. Submitted by C.V. Woodard 
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