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MILLARD Patricia Lynn "Patty" Millard
Surrounded by her loving family, Patricia "Patty" Lynn Millard, 41, of Pine Street, Waverly, N.Y. died on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2011. Patty was born on Dec. 8, 1969 in Waverly a daughter of Shirley (Keene) and the late Clifford Millard. She was a graduate of Waverly High School class of 1988. An outdoors enthusiast Patty enjoyed spending time on the hiking trails and was a member of the Finger Lakes Trail Association. She was formerly employed at Elmira College as a postal clerk, enjoyed meeting others and working at Stateline Auto Auction, and most recently until her health declined at Maguires Automotive as a filing clerk. Patty will be greatly missed by her daughter Ashley Marie Blakeman, 18, a student at Marshall University in Huntington, W. Virginia; her mother Shirley Millard; siblings: Norma (Joseph) Kurtz; Pamela (Steven) Zwierlein; Sue (Rusty) Morgan; Paul (Rose) Millard; Bob (Kathy) Millage; Ron Millage; Gene (Lyn) Millard; Dale Marshall; June Marshall; Rose Wright. Her faithful canine companions Shadow and Prince; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins also survive. Patty was predeceased by her father Clifford Millard on March 31, 2009 and brother Fred Millard. Funeral services and a celebration of Patty's life will be held at noon on Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011 at the Waverly United Methodist Church, 158 Chemung Street, Waverly, with Pastor Anne Bey Canfield, officiating. Interment will follow in the Glenwood Cemetery. A period of visitation and time of sharing memories will be held at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of the service at noon. Memories and condolences may also be shared by visiting our website at www.sutfinfuneralchapel.com Those who wish may kindly consider a memorial contribution to a Scholarship Fund for Ashley, c/o Tioga State Bank, 436 Cayuta Ave., Waverly, NY 14892. Caring assistance is being provided by the Cooley family of the Sutfin Funeral Chapel, 273 S. Main St., Nichols. Towanda Daily Review – August 26, 2011
MILLER - Dorothea (Miller) Compton, 94, of Waverly, died Feb. 28, 2008 at home with her family by her side. She is survived by: her daughter and son-in-law, Bonnie and Jerry Diver of Canandaigua, N.Y.; son and daughter-in-law, John and Joyce Compton of Perry, Ga.; seven grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Cecil B. Compton in 1995.Mrs. Compton was born in Sayre and was the daughter of John and Anna (Wallace) Miller. She lived in Waverly for 86 years until moving to Canandaigua in 2000. She worked for many years at Haggerty’s Appliance Center in Waverly. Mrs. Compton was a member of the Waverly Methodist Church, Eastern Star and was formerly active in Girl Scouts. She collected coins, stamps and buttons. Mrs. Compton enjoyed gardening, sewing, crocheting and knitting. A graveside service will be held at Glenwood Cemetery in Waverly at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Clark Manor House, 318 Fort Hill Ave., Canandaigua, NY 14424. Arrangements are by John C. Johnson Funeral Home, Inc., Canandaigua, N.Y. - Sayre Morning Times, 3 Mar 2008
MILLER - SERFASS, DOROTHY M. Services for Dorothy M. Serfass, 65, Troy, will be held at the convenience of the family with Rev. Frank Croyle officiating and burial in Glenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Serfass died March 8, 1984 at Arnot-Ogden Hospital. She was born Aug. 7, 1918 in Wilkes-Barre, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Helfrich Miller. She was a member of Troy United Methodist Church and former member of Sylvania Ladies Lions. The widow of William W. Serfass, she is survived by a son, William H. Jr of Towanda; daughter, Mrs. Leslie (Sandra) Lawson of Hiteford, MD; four grandchildren; sisters, Helen Swartwood of Wilkes-Barre and Mrs. Oliver (Betty) London of Wilkes-Barre; several nieces and nephews. (TGR March 15, 1984)
MILLER –FLORENCE MAE SLINGERLAND, 96 died April 26, 1986 in the Bradford County Manor. She was born May 10, 1889 in Hammondsport, N.Y., a daughter of Charles and Ella Foster Miller. She was a member of the Maxwell Chapter No. 233, Order of the Eastern Star, a member of the Troy United Methodist Church for 78 years and a charter member of the Thursday Study Club. She was the church organist for Troy United Methodist Church for many years. She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Dr. L. E. Slingerland and wife of Canton and Leo Slingerland and wife of Troy; three grandchildren, Dr. Stuart Slingerland of Provo, Utah, Mrs. Thomas Woodward of Sylvania and Mrs. Dwight Haflett of Troy. There are also nine great-grandchildren. Friends are invited to call at the Vickery Funeral Home on Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. Order of the Eastern Star services will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. The funeral will be held at the funeral home Wednesday at 11 a.m. with the Dr. K. Rahamat Khan officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery in Troy. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in her memory may be made to the Troy United Methodist Church. –Towanda Daily Review
FRANK E. MILLER, 87, of 440 High St., Troy, died early Sunday morning August 20, 1978, at the Troy Community Hospital. He was born in Lawrenceville Aug. 18, 1891, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Adam Miller. Mr. Miller was a retired building contractor. He had built a series of homes which were named after him, this being Miller’s Terrace at Troy. He was a member, senior elder and trustee of the former Troy Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. At the time of his death, he was holding the same positions at the new Calvary Alliance Church in Canton. He is survived by his wife the former Phoebe Ward Miller, whom he married 29 years ago; one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Wright of Lindsey, Calif.; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Doris Horning of Rome; two stepsons, Mrs. Robert Ward of Troy and Floyd Ward of Canton; 21 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Bessie Pock of Corning; and a member of nieces, nephews and cousins. The funeral service will be held at the Calvary Alliance Church in Canton Tuesday at 2 p.m. Officiating will be the Rev. Thomas Wilcox, pastor of the Eastend Christian and Missionary Alliance Church of Williamsport, assisted by the Rev. Edward Ayers, pastor of the Calvary Alliance Church of Canton. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Ralph T. Kleese Funeral Home, 40 N. Center St., Canton. –Canton Independent Sentinel.
MILLER, Jesse L-His leg broken in several pieces on April 9th, apparently on the road to recovery, Jesse L Miller died last Saturday morning at the Robert Packer hospital in Sayre from blood poisoning, aged 41 years. Public spirited, progressive, a good neighbor, husband and father, Jesse was respected and his death widely mourned. With his wife are left three daughters—Louise, Florence and Olive. His mother also is living and a brother at Bentley Creek, his birthplace. And his sisters-Mrs. Fred Jones of Spirit Lake, Iowa: Mrs. Guy Jones of Denver, Iowa; and Mrs. Ray Keller of Milan, Pa. The funeral was largely attended at the home at l:30 Monday afternoon, the Rev. Johnstone, officiating. Interment was in Glenwood.
Katherine MILLER Christopher, (SRGP 11911) age 61 of Columbia Cross Roads RD No. 2 on Sunday, May 15, 1977. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home, Troy on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Wednesday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Wayne Richards and the Rev. Glenn Dewey officiating. Burial in Glenwood Cemetery. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Wilbur (Shirley) Morgan of Elmira, N.Y. and Mrs. Harry (Betty Lou) VanDelinder of Millerton, Pa.; one son Robert Dorsey Christopher of Newmanstown, Pa.; step-mother, Mrs. Norman (Lena) Miller of Daytona Beach, Fla; and one step-sister Mrs. Adah Lariew of Daytona Beach, Fla; nine grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She belonged to the Millerton United Methodist Church, becoming a member on Mothers Day of 1977. Her husband Robert B. Christopher, preceded her in death on August 4, 1976. She was very active in the Armenia Mountain Missionary Society. She was born on June 20, 1915 in Williamsport, Pa. the daughter of Norman and Elda Miller.
LEWIS F. MILLER, 19, of Canton, Pa., died Sunday, Mar. 5, 1939. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Margaret Miller, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, and a sister, Mrs. Charles Wright, all of Canton. A prayer services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the parents’ home and the funeral in the Soper Funeral Home, Troy, Pa. at 3 p.m. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.
MILLER –OLIVE MILLER WARD, 92 of RR 1, Gillett, Pa. died Friday, Oct. 10, 1997 at the Troy Community Hospital. She was born Feb. 8, 1905 in Ridgebury Township, the daughter of Jesse and Orphy (Allyn) Miller. Mrs. Ward was an active member of the Berrytown Wesleyan Church. Olive is survived by daughters, Marjorie Crandle of Gillett, Pa. and Janice Cameron of Columbia, Md.; grandsons, David (Patty) VanNoy of Md., Scott Cameron of Colo.; granddaughters, Sharon (John) Neighoff of Md., Dawn (Matt) Hanson of Utah, Gayle (Glen) Leonard of Columbia Cross Roads, Pa.; three great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Wayne Ward in 1987. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home, Inc. on Sunday, Oct. 12 from 6 to 9 p.m. and on Monday, Oct. 13 from 1 to 2 p.m. The funeral service will immediately follow at 2 p.m. with Rev. Ronald Murphy and Rev. Nathan Adams officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the Troy Community Hospital, Troy, Pa. –Towanda Daily Review
Hon. B. B. MITCHELL. (SRGP 77150) Death of One of Troy’s Most Prominent and Respected Citizens. Funeral Services Held at His Late Home This Afternoon. The Hon. Benjamin B. Mitchell was born in Tioga Co., Pa., January 14, 1839. His father, Richard Mitchell, who was of Scotch Irish descent, was one of the first settlers of Tioga county. Mr. Mitchell’s education was obtained in the schools of his native county, supplemented by studies at Lewisburg University, and at the Bryant and Stratton Business college in Buffalo, N.Y. At the age of 21 he came to Troy, Pa., and began his business life by establishing a drug and book store. The following year, in August 1862, in response to President Lincoln’s call for men to defend the Union he assisted in recruiting and organizing the first cavalry company in Bradford Co., was chosen first lieutenant, and with his company joined the Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry. The next year he was promoted to Captain. Having served beyond the three years for which he enlisted, and his health having become seriously impaired, he declined the offer of promotion to the rank of Major, and returned to his home in Troy in the autumn of ’64. May 29, 1865, Captain Mitchell was united in marriage to Miss Ellen E., only daughter of the late Samuel W. Pomeroy of this village. To this union were born seven children, two sons and five daughters. Two of the daughters died in infancy. The oldest son, Pomeroy Mitchell, died at the age of twelve. The other four children together with his wife, and four of his sisters survive him. After disposing of his drug and book business he entered into partnership with his father-in-law in the banking business under the firm name of Pomeroy & Mitchell, successors to Pomeroy Brothers. He continued in this business after the death of Mr. Pomeroy, until this bank was consolidated with the First National Bank of Troy a few years ago. He also had extensive business interests in the west. Capt. Mitchell held various local offices in Troy borough at different times. He was especially interested in the public schools, and served for many years on the Board of Education. To stimulate excellence in English spelling he established the B. B. Mitchell Gold Medal Prize, to be awarded each year to the student of the Troy high school sustaining the highest average in spelling contest. From 1882 to 1884 he was a member of the lower house of the state legislature. In 1892 he was elected to the state Senate, and reelected in 1896 serving altogether ten years in the two houses. Besides serving on many other important committees he was chairman of the Com. On Mines and Mining during his first term to the senate, and of the Com. On Banks and Loan Associations during his second term. Capt. Mitchell was a member of the Gustin Post G.A.R., taking an active part in the annual memorial services. He was also a member of the Loyal Legion, and of the Masonic order. He united with the Presbyterian church on confession of his faith in Christ, May 5, 1871. In 1873 he was elected to the office of deacon for the term of three years. By successive re-elections he held that office continuously until the time of his death, acting also as treasurer of the deacons’ fund. He was also actively identified with the Sunday school. In this he served for a time as a teacher, and also as superintendent. As a member of the Bible class he was especially noted for the regularity of his attendance. For more than a year immediately preceding his last illness he did not miss a single Sabbath. For some years past Capt. Mitchell’s health had at times been a cause of anxiety to his family. Last fall a change for the worse led him to go to Philadelphia for medical advice. After spending considerable time there he and his wife went to Florida, stopping at Palm Beach and later at St. Augustine. The temporary benefit of the change having died they returned to Philadelphia early in April. His condition soon became so alarming that it was decided to return at once to his home. Here the last month was spent in much suffering, and in a steady decline, broken now and then by brief intervals of apparent improvement followed by a speedy relapse, until the end came peacefully, after a night of unconsciousness, at 9 o’clock Tuesday morning, May 24. The funeral services were held at his late home on Thursday afternoon, May 26, conducted by his pastor, Rev. E. P. Morse, assisted by Rev. T. A. Hughes of the Baptist church; and the burial services were conducted by the Grand Army Post at the family vault in Glenwood cemetery. TGR 1904
B.B. MITCHELL dead. Former Senator Passes Away at his Home in Troy Tuesday. Hon. Benjamin B. Mitchell died at his home in Troy boro on Tuesday morning, May 29, 1904, after a long period of poor health in his 66th year. Senator B. B. Mitchell was born on a farm in Tioga County on Jan. 14, 1859, the son of Richard and Harriet Dartt Mitchell, formerly of Vermont and among the settlers of Tioga Co. In August, 1881 he helped recruit the first cavalry company organized in Bradford Co. was elected its first lieutenant and with his company joined the Harlan Independent Cavalry at Philadelphia. On May 29, 1895 he married Ellen E. Pomeroy, only child of Samuel W. and Melvina Pomeroy of Troy, who with these children survive him: Mrs. Robert Van Syckle, Benjamin B. Mitchell, Jr. and Miss Nan Mitchell. In 1882 he was elected a member of the legislature on the Republican ticket, and in 1892 was elected State senator and re-elected in 1896. Funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon and interment was made in the family vault in Glenwood Cemetery.
Benjamin B. MITCHELL Of Troy Passes Away (SRGP 77157)
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Troy, Aug. 2. – Benjamin B. Mitchell, 70, lifelong resident of Troy, died Monday morning.
Mr. Mitchell was a member of the Troy Presbyterian Church and for many years was active in community affairs. He also gained prominence as a business man, having been affiliated with King’s Hardware store previous to his retirement several years ago. Surviving are his wife, Jeanette Robinson Mitchell; one daughter, Mrs. Gordon Jacques of Lyons, N. Y.; two sons, Benjamin, Jr., of Troy, and Pomeroy of Sylvania; eight grandchildren; two nieces; four nephews. The body is at the Soper and Vickery Funeral Home, Troy, where services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m., with Rev. Samuel Regester officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood cemetery.
MITCHELL Benjamin B (SRGP 77157) -Troy, Aug 2 (1948)-70, lifelong resident of Troy, died Monday morning. Mr. Mitchell was a member of the Troy Presbyterian Church and for many years was active in community affairs. He also gained prominence as a businessman, having been affiliated with King’s hardware store previous to his retirement several years ago. Surviving are his wife, Jeanette Robinson Mitchell; one daughter, Mrs. Gordon Jacques of Lyons, NY; two sons, Benjamin Jr. of Troy and Pomeroy of Sylvania; eight grandchildren; two nieces and four nephews. The body is at the Soper and Vickery Funeral Home, Troy where services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 pm with Rev. Samuel Regester officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood cemetery.
MITCHELL Benjamin B (SRGP 77157)—Died in his home Monday morning, August 2, 1948. He was a native Trojan, born here on Sept. 18, 1877, son of Benjamin and Ellen Pomeroy Mitchell. With the exception of short stays in Florida, he was a lifelong resident. At one time, Mr. Mitchell was a partner with P S King in the hardware store that bears Mr. King’s name. He was an employee of the Troy Engine & Machine Company from 1941-1946. Mr. Mitchell was a member of the First Presbyterian church and was highly regarded by all, who knew him. He is survived by his wife, Jeanette Robinson Mitchell, daughter, Mrs. Natalie Jacques, Lyons, NY; two sons, Benjamin B, Troy and Pomeroy, Sylvania. The funeral was held from the Soper & Vickery Funeral home at 2:30 pm Wednesday. Rev. Samuel D Regester. He was placed in the Mitchell-Pomeroy Mausoleum, Glenwood Cemetery, Troy.
Ency MITCHELL Calkins. (SRGP 80686)
The subject of this notice, Mrs. Ency Mitchell Calkins, was a well known and highly respected citizen of our town may years ago, and will be pleasantly remembered by the older citizens. She was the eldest of seven daughters of Richard and Harriet Mitchell and was born in Tioga, Pa., April 2nd, 1830. She was married to F. J. Calkins, September 22nd, 1852, and immediately began her residence in Troy. She afterwards moved to Towanda where Mr. Calkins died in 1882. After his death she removed to Corning, and resided for several years, thence to the far west to make a home for her children, whom she showed rare courage and devotion in rearing, and lived to be rewarded by seeing them happily settled in life. She was the mother of three children, Ella who died in 1863, and buried in Glenwood, Belle, now Mrs. Hamilton, and Raymond, both of Chicago. She died in Chicago, Saturday, October 10th. Her remains were brought to Troy and funeral held from the home of her brother, Capt. B. B. Mitchell, Monday afternoon, and conducted by Rev. E. P. Morse of the Presbyterian church. The sermon was preached by the venerable Thos. Mitchell, who was her pastor during her residence in Troy. The remains were interred in Glenwood. Mrs. Calkins is also survived by four sisters, Mrs. Newberry Calkins, Mainesburg; Mrs. Corbin, Corning; Mrs. Demarest, Binghamton; Mrs. Bovden, Grand Rapids, Mich.; and one brother, Capt. B. B. Mitchell, Troy.
Nannie Brown Mitchell Wife of Ernest L. Teeter, whose death on Wednesday of last wee was briefly recorded in the last issue of this paper, was born in Troy August 18, 1871. She was the third child of the late Capt. Benjamin B. Mitchell and Mrs. Ellen Pomeroy Mitchell. The household in which her early life was spent consisted of her grandfather and grandmother, the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Pomeroy, her father and mother, and her brothers and sisters. The only surviving members of this large household are her mother, one brother, and two sisters; and older sister and a younger brother having died in childhood. In this family circle Mrs. Teeter grew to womanhood, through a sunny, happy childhood. Her early education was in the public schools of Troy, from which she graduated in 1887. Entering Elmira College the same year she graduated from that institution in 1891. To the liberal education thus acquired she added the information and broadened mental outlook gained from travel in her own country and in other lands. One of these journeys, occupying several months, was in 1893, and included the southern states, Mexico, and California. In 1899 she joined the Misses Llewellyn of Shamokin, Pa., in a year of travel and study in Europe. And in 1904 she accompanied her mother on a tour of the Mediterranean, visiting Egypt, Palestine, and various places in southern Europe. With the exception of such brief periods of absence Mrs. Teeter’s whole life was spent in her native village. Here she entered heartily into all plans for promoting the educational, social, and religious welfare of the community. Eminently qualified for usefulness along these lines she gave freely of her time and strength to every interest that appealed to her. In particular she was devoted to religious work in connection with the Presbyterian Church, of which she became a member at the age of fifteen, and in which she found opportunity to use for her Master the talents with which she had been entrusted. Her special departments of church service were the Sunday School, the Christian Endeavor Society, and the Young Ladies’ Mission Circle, Quiet unassuming, faithful efficiency characterized her church life, and the impress of that life will long be felt. She was also a member of the Chemung chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution; and of the Ladies’ Progress Club of Troy. In social relations she was of a retiring disposition, free alike from any assertion. She shrank from giving pain; and habitually made her own feelings and wishes ubordinate to those of her friends. She had the happy faculty of seeing the good in the people sbout he, and of overlooking the things that were disagreeable. Her unselfishness characteristic cheerfulness, and genial friendliness made her a favorite with all who knew her. With qualities that fitted her for intellectual and social activities, her tastes were nevertheless strongly domestic. She loved her home, and found pleasure in the common cares of housekeeping and home-making. June 27, 1906, she was united in marriage to Mr. Ernest L. Teeter of Troy, and soon after went to reside in the beautiful home purchased and fitted up for her on Elmira street. Nothing seemed lacking to complete the happiness of the new home. But it was only a few short months before symptoms of her failing health began to appear. A change of climate was tried, and the help of the best medial skill available was sought, but without permanent benefit. After a time, for the greater convenience of caring for her, she was removed to the home of her mother. Here amid the surroundings of her girlhood, ministered to by the loving care of mother, husband, and other loved ones, she passed the months of slow decline, interrupted by periods of slight improvement, followed in each case by greater prostration. She remained through it all hopeful, cheerful, uncomplaining, thinking and planning for those about her, until at length her extreme weakness indicated that the end was drawing near. In the early morning of Wednesday, March 11th, she passed into unconsciousness, and lingered in this condition until early in the afternoon, slowly breathing her life out. Just at the last there passed over her face a radiant smile, as though the eyes that had caught a glimpse of the heavenly glory. “So he giveth his beloved sleep.” The funeral was held on Saturday afternoon. In the room where less than two years ago she stood a happy bride the body rested in a bed of flowers, the gifts of loving friends. The services were conducted by her pastor, the Rev. E. P. Morse. The remains were taken to Glenwood cemetery, followed by a large concourse of friends, and were laid to rest in the Pomeroy-Mitchell vault.
S. POMEROY MITCHELL, 68, (SRGP 77156) OF Troy, died Aug. 9, 1986 at Troy Community Hospital. He was born March 10, 1918 in Troy, the son of Benjamin and Jenny Robinson Mitchell. Surviving are his wife, the former Esther English; two sons S. Pomeroy Mitchell Jr. of Columbus, Ga. And Robert Mitchell of Lake Grove, N.Y.; one daughter, Sonja Hewitt of Millerton; one brother, Ben Mitchell of Sarasota, Fla.; one sister, Nathale Jacques of Jacksonville, Fla.; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Troy, American Legion Post #49 of Troy; a World War II Army Veteran; retired plant manager of Canton Creamery. There will be no calling hours. Private funeral services will be held at the family’s convenience. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery. –Towanda Daily Review.
MITCHELL –SONJA (SUNNY) MITCHELL HEWITT, 62, (SRGP 81998) of Millerton, died Thursday, May 13, 2004 at her residence. She was the wife of Larry E. Hewitt. Sonja was born on April 27, 1942 in Wilkes-Barre. She was the daughter of the late Samuel Pomeroy and Esther (English) Mitchell. She was employed by Town and Country Estates, Troy, as office manager for over 30 years. Throughout her life Sunny enjoyed outdoor activities including tennis, softball, baseball and golf. She enjoyed buying and selling antiques. She was well-known throughout the Troy area and was well-liked and respected. She loved life and was happiest when surrounded by her family and many friends. She was a very special lady whose life revolved around helping others. Sonja is survived by her husband, Larry E. Hewitt; daughters, Cindy (James) Dewey of Troy and Lori (Tim) Hicks of Millerton; three grandchildren, Alyssa Hicks, Taryn Hicks, and Hayden Dewey; two brothers, Samuel (Spike) Mitchell and Robert Mitchell and a sister-in-law, Margaret Hewitt, Troy. A memorial service was held on Sunday, May 16 at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy with the Rev. Kenneth Marple officiating. Burial will take place in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Those wishing may express their sympathy with memorials to Guthrie Hospice, RR 1 Box 154; Towanda, PA. –Canton Independent Sentinel.
MITCHELL - The Rev. Thomas K. Mitchell [SRGP 82060] died on October 28 at his home in Troy, of old age. Mr. Mitchell was 94 years old. Mr. Mitchell was born in Wyoming county and had preached for seventy-two years; he served the Springfield charge at three different times, an aggregate of thirty-three years, and had preached over 5,000 sermons, end had officiated at more weddings and funerals than any other minister in that entire section. Quite and unostentatious, he labored faithfully and well. He is survived by his widow, and two sons, Attorney H.K. Mitchell, of Troy, and Frank Mitchell of Chicago. Many carriages filled with sorrowing friendw followed the remains to their resting place in Glenwood cemetery on Thursday last. The funeral was held from-the Troy Baptist church. The Rev. P.S. Calvin officiated, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Burroughs, of Burlington, and the Rev. Edwavd P. Morse of Troy.
Brief Sketch of Life of Rev. Thomas K. Mitchell.
The late Thomas Mitchell was born in Eaton, Pa., December 15, 1817, on the shore of the Susquehanna river nearly opposite Tunkhannock. He was the sixth of a family of ten children. His father was Thomas Mitchell and his mother was Mary Harding. His ancestors came from New England, his grandfather, David Mitchell being a soldier in the Revolutionary war. He was licensed as a preacher in the Baptist church in 1834, and was ordained a regular minister in Rome, Pa., Oct. 27, 1840. For four years he was pastor of the Baptist churches in Rome, Ulster and Moses Hill, also preaching occasionally in churches east of there. From 1844 for fifteen years he was pastor of the Springfield Baptist church, to which Troy was later added. In 1860 he became pastor of the Baptist church of Pine City, N. Y., preaching also at Gillett and Fassett. In 1864 he returned to Springfield, where he remained as pastor till 1873, when he went to Greeley, Colorado. He spent some seven years in Colorado, most of the time in Colorado City. In 1880, he returned to Pennsylvania, spending one year at Canton, Pa., and then for ten years again at Springfield, being pastor of that church altogether thirty-three years. In 1881 he purchased a farm on the Porter Road, where for ten years he spent his time farming, when he went to live with his son, H. Kent Mitchell of Troy. He made his home there until his death. Mr. Mitchell was thrice married. His first wife was Maria Whipple, of Meshoppany, Pa., by whom he had two sons, William and George, who are both deceased. His second wife was Martha Adams of Troy, by whom he had five children, Mary, Thomas L., Harry G., Henry Kent and Frank Adams, of whom Henry Kent of Troy, and Frank Adams of Lagrange, Ill. survive. Mr. Mitchell’s third wife, who is still living was Elizabeth Jane Adams, an elder sister of his second wife. Four grandchildren survive him, three being children of H. K. Mitchell and one a son of F. A. Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell was active as a minister of the Baptist church till within a few months of his death, the last official act of which there is a record being a marriage last June here in Troy. Mr. Mitchell died October 28th, last at the home of his son, H. K. Mitchell and was buried October 31 in Glenwood cemetery, Troy, Pa. TGR 1912
MITCHELL - Rev Thomas Mitchell - (1912) who had been a preacher of Baptist faith for more that 72 years, died October 28, at his home in Troy, aged nearly 95 years. He was born December 15, 1817, in Wyoming county, and had preached in this county most of his time since 1840. He was one of the remarkable old men of the country.
MITSTIFER, ROBERT M., Services for Robert M. Mitstifer, 55, 1411 Lafayette Parkway, Williamsport, were held Thursday, August 16, at the Vickery Funeral Home, Troy, with the Rev. Garry Zuber, pastor of the Troy Baptist Church, officiating. The interment was held in the Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Mr. Mitstifer died on August 13, 1984 at his summer cabin. He was born in Sodus Point, NY., November 6, 1928, he is the son of Torrence and Lois Kennedy Mitstifer. He was a 1946 graduate of Troy High School. He received his Bachelors Degree from Mansfield State College in 1952. In 1956 he received his Master of Education degree from the Pennsylvania State University. He received his Doctor of Education degree from Pennsylvania State University, in 1971. From 1976 to present, he served as executive director of Intermediate Unit No. 17. He was a member of the American Association of School Administrators, the Penn State Alumni Society, the Air Craft Owner and Pilot Associations and the Pilots International Association. He was also a member of the Armenia Mountain Snowmobile Club, a past president of the Williamsport Education Association. Surviving are his wife, the former Dorothy Irwin; Kurt M. Mitstifer, Minneaplois, Minn., Brett R. Mitstifer, Williamsport; brother, Richard D. Mitstifer, Ithaca; also several aunts, uncles, one niece and cousins. Memorials may be donated to the Mansfield University Foundation, Mansfield, or the Mitstifer Memorial Research Fund, in care of Penn State College of Education Alumni Society, State College, Pa., in Mr. Mitstifer’s memory. (TGR Aug. 23, 1984)
DR. ROBERT MITSTIFER
The funeral will be Thursday, Aug. 16 in Troy for Dr. Robert M. Mitstifer, 55, of 1411 Lafayette Parkway, executive director of Intermediate Unite 17, who was found dead in his car in Union Township, Monday, Aug. 13, 1984. He was graduated from Troy High School in 1946 and received his bachelor’s degree in 1952 from the former Mansfield State College. He received his master’s and doctorate degrees in 1956 and 1971 from Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Mitstifer served with the Coast Guard between 1952 and 1955. Before his appointment as executive director of the unit in December 1977, he also served as assistant executive director since the unit was formed in 1971. He also was principal of Williamsburg High School, Blair County, between 1963 and 1969. He served as assistant superintendent of Tioga County Schools between 1969 and 1971 and was a mathematics teacher at the former Curtin Junior High School between 1955 and 1963. He was past president of the Williamsburg Lions Club and the Williamsport Education Assn., and member of the American Assn. Of School Administrators, the Penn State Alumni Society, Aircraft Owner and Pilot Assns., the Pilots International Assn. And the Armenia Mountain Snowmobile Club. He and his wife, the former Dorothy Irwin, observed their 28th wedding anniversary June 17. Born Nov. 6, 1928, at Sodus, N.Y., he was a son of Torrence and Lois Kennedy Mitstifer. Surviving besides his wife, are two sons, Kurt M. of Minneapolis, Minn. And Brett R. of Williamsport and a brother Richard D. of Ithaca, N.Y. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Vickery funeral Home, 110 West Main St.., Troy with the Rev. Gary Zuber, pastor of Troy Baptist church, officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight.
Archie C. MONRO, life-long resident of Sylvania, PA in Columbia Township, died Monday, November 11,2002 at the Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, PA. Born on July 31, 1916, Archie was the son of the late Myrtle Harvey and George Henry Monro. HE graduated from Troy High School with the class of 1933. Archie, known by friends and family as A.C., was involved in the family’s dairy farm and retail milk processing business known as Edgewood Farms. He was later part owner of the Edgewood’s Dairy Store in Troy. He saw to the daily operations of the family farm and retired in 2000. Archie was a member of the Sylvania Church of Christ. Mr. Monro is survived by his wife of 28 years, Catherine Gates Monro; a daughter, Gale (Larry) Bellows of Troy, PA; sons, Lyle (Linda) Monro of Springfield, PA and Gary (Alexis) Monro of Troy, PA; grandchildren, Andy (Kathy) Monro of Springfield, PA, LeeAnn Monro of Columbia Cross Roads, PA, Keith Monro of Mt. Vernon,, NY Brian (Dayna) Monro of Oxford, NY, Angie (Tim) Bowers of McEwensville, PA, Sharlett (Rich) McNeal of Troy, PA, Gary Monro Jr. of Alba, PA, Jason Monro of Troy, PA, Lawrence Bellows of Troy, PA; Laura Bellows of Troy, PA, nine great-grandchildren, a sister, Janice (Earl) Saxton of Troy, PA. Archie was predeceased by a sister, Hannah Orr. Services were held at the convenience of the family in accordance with Mr. Monro’s wishes. Arrangements were by the Pepper Funeral Home in Canton. A private interment was to be held in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Memorials in Mr. Monro’s name may be made to the Sylvania Church of Christ, Box 163, Sylvania, PA 16945. TGR
ARCHIE C. MONRO, 88, life-long resident of Sylvania, PA (Columbia Twp.) died November 11, 2002, at the Robert Packer Hospital. Born on July 31, 1916, he was the son of the late Myrtle Harvey and George Henry Monro. He graduated from troy High School with the class of 1933. On July 3, 1934, he married Catherine Gates, sharing over 68 years of loving marriage. As a young man, Archie, known by friends as “A.C.”, helped his father Henry in the operation of the family’s diary farm and retail milk processing business as Edgewood Farms. He delivered bottled milk throughout the Troy area for many years and later continued in the retail milk business as part owner of the Edgewood’s Dairy Store in Troy. Mr. Monroe was a man who enjoyed his work and saw to the daily operations of the family farm until retiring in 2000. He was a member of the Sylvania Church of Christ. He was known for his outgoing and witty personality, always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. A.C. was an avid bowler and especially enjoyed time spent hunting. Surviving are his wife Catherine; daughter Gale (Larry) Bellows, Troy; sons; Lyle (Linda) Monro, Springfield and Gary (Alexis) Monro, Troy; grandchildren; Andy (Kathy) Monro, Springfield, LeeAnn Monro, Columbia Cross Roads, Keith Monro, Mt. Vernon, NY, Brian (Dayna) Monro, Oxford, NJ, Angie (Tim) Bowers, McEwensville, Sharlett (Rich) McNeal, Troy, Gary Monro, Alba, Jason Monro, Troy, Lawrence Bellows, Mansfield, Laura Bellows, Troy; great-grandchildren; Holly and Derek Watkins, Shannon and Landon Monro, Taylor and Wes Bowers, and Dana and Jay Anderson; sister, Janice (Earl) Saxton, Troy. A sister, Hannah Orr, predeceased him. In keeping with Mr. Monro’s wishes services will be at the convenience of the family. A private interment will be held in the Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. The family will provide the flowers and suggest that those who wish may make memorials in Mr. Monro’s name to the Sylvania Church of Christ, PO Box 163, Sylvania, PA. Arrangements are under the direction of the Pepper Funeral Home, Canton. –Canton Independent Sentinel.
MONRO - Josephine L. Greenough, 96, formerly of the Sylvan Ridge Personal
Care Home, Troy, Pa., died
Wednesday, April 28, 2010, at the Bradford County Manor in West Burlington Twp., Pa. Josephine was born March 13, 1914, in Sylvania, Pa., the daughter of the late Ira T. and Margaret Wilson Monro. She was formerly employed by the Eureka Paper Magic Company and the Woven Label Company, both in Troy, Pa., and by Remington Rand in Elmira, N.Y. Josephine was a member of the East Troy Baptist Church for more than 55 years and was a life member of the Troy American Legion Post No. 48 Auxiliary, the Troy Rebekah Lodge and the Monro Clan of Scotland. Josephine enjoyed compiling scrapbooks and genealogy. She is survived by: her children, Barbara Williams and her husband Lyle of North Rose, N.Y., Margaret "Peggy" Seeley and her husband Clyde of Windfall, Pa., Joan Ostrander and her husband Harold "Sonny" of Canton, Pa., Jacque Joralemon of Sebring, Fla., and Stella Marie Sandacan and her husband Raymond of Rio Rancho, N.M.; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; step-son David Greenough and his wife Joan of Venice, Fla.; step-daughter Karen Leby and her husband Bill of Wetona, Pa.; and several step-grandchildren, step-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by: her husbands, Harold Richard Hoose, E. Wayne Benson and Lynn Greenough; her sister, Stella Fields Watkins; and brother John Monro. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, May 7, 2010 at the East Troy Baptist Church with the Rev. Gary Zuber, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in the Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, Pa. The family will receive friends from 1-2 p.m. on Friday at the church. The family suggests that memorial contributions may be directed to the East Troy Baptist Church, P.O. Box 21, Troy, PA 16947, in Josephine L. Greenough's memory. Service arrangements are under the direction of the Maryott-Bowen Funeral Home, 217 York Ave., Towanda, Pa. – Towanda Daily Review, May 1, 2010
MONROE, Helen M. (SRGP 47989) - Helen M. Worden, age 66, of 38 St. James Street, Mansfield died Saturday, June 14, 1975 at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital. She was born May 9, 1909 in Canoe Camp, daughter of Maxie and Ethel Cleveland Monroe. Mrs. Worden was a member of Rebekah Lodge No. 374, Sylvania; of the D.L.S. Club, Mansfield and the Mansfield Outlook Club. She is survived by her husband, Leonard; one son, Arnold C. of RD1, Mansfield; one brother, Howard Monroe of Sylvania; one half-sister, Miss Incel Pearson of Sylvania; four grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Kuhl Funeral Home, Mansfield on Tuesday, June 17 at 1 p.m. with The Reverend Glenn Dewey officiating. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. - Wellsboro Gazette, June 19, 1975, p.13
HOWARD L. MONROE (SRGP 34391)
Howard L. Monroe, 77, of Sylvania, died Monday, October 1, 1990 at the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre. He was born September 26, 1913 in Mainesburg, the son of Max and Ethel Monroe. Mr. Monroe was a retired farmer. He is survived by several step-children, nieces, nephews and cousins and a longtime friend, Lillian Barton. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rena L. Monroe, in 1970. Funeral services were held October 6 at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy with the Rev. Kenneth Marple officiating and burial to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. (TGR, Thursday, October 11, 1990)
MONTGOMERY Eden Burroughs
(Local) Eden B. Montgomery, formerly of Burlington, died at his home in this boro last Friday noon, aged 80 years. He had been feeble for a long time and steadily failing. His wife survives, two sons and one daughter, the latter being Mrs. Charles Williams of Elmira. The funeral was held on Sunday afternoon at 23 o’clock from the home, the Rev. G. A. Baldwin officiating. Interment was in Glenwood cemetery. TGR 1916
MONTGOMERY Eden Burroughs
(West Burlington) Burroughs Montgomery, a former resident of this place, died at his home in Troy, Friday. The funeral was held from his late home Sunday. TGR 1916
MONTGOMERY Eden Burroughs
Eden Burroughs Montgomery was born in Roxbury, Delaware County, N.Y., in 1836. He married Emily Melissa Thompson of Pharsalia, Chenango County, N.Y. To this union were born four children – Mrs. C. W. Williams, Henry Montgomery and Mrs. Howard Pierce all of Elmira and Eden Montgomery, jr., Syracuse, N.Y. In 1867 he bought the Simpkins farm at West Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery were charter members of the Grange. For a long time he held the office of lecturer. He had one of the finest herds of Jersey cows in the western part of the county. At one time he attended the county fair at Towanda with five cows and butter and took the sweepstakes premuim of $20 on package of butter and $42 on cows besides the regular premiums. He moved To Troy about twenty four years ago. He had been totally blind two years this month. Last New Year’s was their 60th wedding anniversary. He often made the remarks that he was ready, only waiting for the final summons. He lived an honest Christian life.
MONTGOMERY Elizabeth ROCKWELL
Elizabeth Montgomery, wife of Samuel C. Rockwell, expired last Thursday afternoon at the Robert Packer hospital in Sayre following an operation on December 31st. Mrs. Rockwell was born April 28, 1855. Her father was Richard Montgomery and her mother was Julianna Kelly, natives of Delaware county, N.Y. who came to an early date to Troy township and later moved to West Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. Rockwell were married December 20, 1883, and three years later moved to Troy. Two only are loft of her six brothers and sisters. Mrs. Louise Stone and Mrs. Emma Smith, both of West Franklin. She united in girlhood with the M.E. Church and her whole life bore testimony to the genuineness of her Christian character. Her husband survives and two children, Julia and Archie Rockwell. Mrs. Rockwell was permitted to have her daughter with her continually from the first and her husband and son part of the time during her last illness. The funeral was held at the family home at 2:30 Sunday afternoon, the Rev. G. A. Baldwin officiating assisted by the Rev. Lowell McPhearson. Interment was in Glenwood Cemetery. TGR 1916
MOORE –CHRISTENE M. CARNWRIGHT, 83, (SRGP 24687) of Canton RD 2 died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Frances) Hite of Canton RD 2, with whom she has been residing since December 1981, at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28, 1982. Mrs. Carnwright was born in Armenia Township, Bradford County, on Jan. 15, 1899, a daughter of Dudley and Frances Smith Moore. She was the widow of Lloyd A. Carnwright who died in 1968. For a number of years she was employed by the Swayze Folding Box Company, Canton. She was a member of the Canton Ecumenical Parish and a member of the Canton Rebekah Lodge No. 362. In addition to her daughter, she is survived by a son, Phillip Carnwright of Canton; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a grandson, Stanley Hite, who died in 1974. Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Frances Zell of Bethlehem, Pa.; two brothers, Nelson Cease of Canton and Lyle Cease of Virginia Beach, Fla.; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be held at the Morse and Kleese Funeral Home, 40 N. Center St., Canton, on Saturday, May 1, at 11 a.m. Officiating will be the Rev. Clarke J. Redmond. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 7-9 p.m. The Canton Rebekah Lodge will conduct memorial services Friday at 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions in memory of Mrs. Carnwright may be made to the Community Nursing Service, the Canton Ambulance Association and the Green Free Library, all of Canton. –Towanda Daily Review. [Note from Joyce - daughter of Edith Moore, grandaughter of Frances Smith and Dudly Moore]
DENNIS J. MORGAN
Dennis J. Morgan, 43, of Sayre and formerly of Troy, PA, died Saturday, February 29, 1992 at the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre. He was born January 7, 1949 in Troy, the son of James and Fay Tiller Morgan. Mr. Morgan was a 1966 graduate of Troy High School and a veteran of the Vietnam War. He is survived by his parents, James and Fay Morgan; brothers and sisters-in-law, John and Carol Morgan of Quincy, MI; Kelvin and Irene Morgan of Mansfield; Wayne and Sonya Morgan of Troy RD 1; sisters and brothers-in-law, Anita and Ozzie Osgood of Gillett; June and Jerry Peffer of Mainesburg, Mary and Gordon Decker of Wellsburg, NY and Elaine Morgan of Troy RD 1; maternal grandfather, Happy Tiller of the Bradford County Manor, RD 3, Troy; maternal grandmother, Gladys Tiller of Broad Acres Nursing Home, Wellsboro; several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held Saturday, March 7 at 2:00 pm at the Austinville Union Church with the Rev. Kenneth Marple officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy. Memorials may be directed to Troy Music Department, c/o Cherilyn Ayres, RD 2, Troy, PA 16947. (TGR, Thursday, March 5, 1992)
MORGAN - Mrs. Emma Elizabeth Wood
Aged 81 years, died at her home in Troy Monday afternoon, February 14, 1944. She is survived by two children, Mrs. Silas Putnam, Troy, and Wallace S. Wood, Elmira; seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Sadie Austin, Sylvania. Funeral services were held this Thursday at 11 a.m. Burial was in the Glenwoood cemetery, Troy, with Rev. Herbert Punchard officiating. Daughter of Clarinda Elizabeth Wood & Dwight Morgan. Also wife of Seth B. Wood.
HAROLD E. (Hockey) MORGAN (SRGP 15274)
Harold E. (Hockey) Morgan, 65, of Troy RD 1 died January 25, 1990 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Elmira, New York. He was born March 3, 1924 in Armenia Township, the son of George and Anna (Clark) Morgan. He was a member of the Troy Baptist Church and the Canton Moose Lodge. He was a farmer and a logger and enjoyed horseshoe pitching. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Irma Raub Morgan; sons and daughters-in-law, Keith and Deborah Morgan of Millerton, Randy and Donna Morgan of Troy and Wade and Pamela Morgan of Troy; brothers and sisters-in-law, Nelson and Lucille Morgan of Mainesburg and twin brother, James and Fay Morgan of Troy; sister, Mrs. Boyd (Alice) Brace; sister-in-law, Alida Morgan of Troy; eight grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Mr. Morgan was preceded in death by his parents, George and Anna (Clark) Morgan and a brother, Raymond Morgan. Funeral services were held January 8 at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy with the Rev. Garry Zuber and the Rev. Herbert Punchard officiating and burial to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Memorials may be directed to the American Heart Association or the Millerton Fire Dept. Rescue Squad. (TGR, January 11, 1990)
Howard W. (Bill) Morgan, 75, of Mansfield, RR 3, PA, died Wednesday, October 26, 1994 at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro. He was born June 3, 1919 in Troy Township, the son of Henry and Ethel Morgan. He was a farmer and truck driver. He served with the US Army during World War II and received several decorations and citations. He was a member of the Mansfield VFW Post 6757. Mr. Morgan is survived by his wife of 49 years, Thalia Campbell Morgan; daughter, Doris Roupp of Wellsboro; daughter and fiance, Kyle Simpson of Canton, Linda Watkins of Harrisburg, Marjorie Egli of Halifax, PA; sons and daughters-in-law, William Earl and Deanna Morgan of Troy and Eugene and Arletta Morgan of Mansfield; 20 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; a sister, Doris (Jean) Watkins of Elmira; a brother, John Morgan of Burlington; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a sister, Thelma Kobbe and brothers, Robert Morgan and Donald Morgan. Funeral services were held at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy on October 29 with the Rev. Eugene A. Charsky officiating and full military honors being accorded by Mansfield VFW Post 6757. Interment was to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Memorials may be directed to the Mansfield Ambulance Association or Soldiers and Sailors Hospital in Wellsboro. (TGR, Thursday, November 3, 1994)
JOHN H. MORGAN SR., 80, of Ulster died surrounded by his loving family at the Robert Packer Hospital, in Sayre, on Jan. 22, 2003. He was born in Sayre, on July 13, 1922, the son of the late Henry and Ethel (McKeel) Morgan. John left school in the eight grade to join the Army. In gratitude for his service to his country, John was recently honored by receiving his GED. He was honorably discharged after serving in World War II with Troop E, Fifth Cavalry, First Cavalry Division as a sergeant. He was a member of the Troy VFW and Towanda DAV and a former member of the Happy Handles CB Club. John’s main interests in life encompassed his home and family. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. John is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Marilyn G. (Smith) Morgan; children, Beatrice E. (James) Haight of Waxhaw, N.C., John H. (Shirley) Morgan Jr. of Ulster, Virginia L. (Jerry) Spriggle of Waxhaw, Janet M. (David) Nero of Troy, Norman H. (Cathy) Morgan of Waxhaw, Elizabeth A. (Anthony) Fromille of Canton, Henry E. (Karen) Morgan of Canton, Dennis L. (Cheryl) Morgan of Troy and Jaye P. (Rob) Chilson of Canton; 33 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. John was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Thelma Kobbe, Doris E. Watkins and Daisy Morgan; brothers, Bill, Bob and Don Morgan; a grandson, Brett Howard Morgan; and his beloved pet “Penny.” Friends are invited to call at the Vickery Funeral Home Inc., 110 W. Main St., Troy, on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2003, from 1 to 3 p.m. The funeral service will be held at the funeral home at 3 p.m. immediately following visitation. Interment will be at the convenience of the family. Donations in John’s memory may be made to the American Heart Association, 1704 Warren Ave., Williamsport, Pa. –Buried Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. –Towanda Daily Review.
KENNETH R. MORGAN
Kenneth R. Morgan, 56, Troy RR 1, PA, died Tuesday, August 30, 1994 at the Troy Community Hospital Emergency Room. He was born September 4, 1937 in Armenia Township, the son of Raymond and Alida Carnwright Morgan. Mr. Morgan was a 1955 graduate of Troy High School where he excelled in football. He served with the US Marine Corps. He was a member of the Canton Moose Club and the Morris Run Legion and was a former member of the Troy Lions Club and the Trojan Masonic Lodge. He was a self-employed bulldozer operator. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Charlotte Case Morgan; a son and daughter-in-law, Kirk and Kim Morgan of Glenmoore, PA; daughters and sons-in-law, Doreen and Chuck Fitzsimmons of Canton RR 2 and Brenda and Mike Kutz of Canton RR 3; his mother, Alida Morgan of Troy; grandchildren, Jordan, Christine, Kelly and Melissa Fitzsimmons and Brandon and Ryan Kutz; brother and sister-in-law, LaRue and Marlene Morgan of Troy RR 3; sister and brother-in-law, Shirley and Bill Houck of Charlotte, NC; several nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law. He was predeceased by his father, Raymond C. Morgan, on June 15, 1965. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy on Thursday from 7 to 9 pm. Services will be held Friday, September 2 (11 am) with the Rev. Garry Zuber officiating and burial to be at Glenwood Cemetery in Troy. Memorials may be directed to the Troy Ambulance Association, PO Box 13, Troy, PA 16947. (TGR, Thursday, September 1, 1994)
PAMELA A. MORGAN. On the morning of Sunday, September 23rd, 2001 lifelong Canton resident Pamela Antoinette Morgan, 53, died quietly at Robert Packer Hospital after a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Sayre, on December 28th, 1947, she was the first of four children in the family of Roland and Rosanne (Faulkner) Morgan. She was the consummated big sister, always concerned with the welfare of her younger sister and brothers. Her early experience with children may be what led her to pursue a career in the teaching profession. Miss Morgan was a graduate of Canton High School, Class of 1965, and a graduate of Mansfield University. In 1971 she began teaching in the English Department of Towanda High School, where she quickly developed the reputation of being a most dedicated teacher. It was the kind of sincere dedication to which young teenagers can relate; much more than a teacher, but a friend as well. And yet, her students always knew who was in charge. She served for many years as the school’s drama coach. She designed and built magnificent sets for the school plays, often deliberately forgetting to get reimbursed for her out of pocket expenditures. She was a mentor for new teachers in the school, and was a member of the staff development committee. She was as generous as she was dedicated. Often, before the start of the school day, she would bring baked goods and coffee in to share with those students who might not have had a decent breakfast. She also made sure that those in need had something to open on Christmas morning by providing gifts for them. She endeared herself so much to her students that the Class of 2001 dedicated its yearbook to her. Memberships included being a member of the American Association of University Women, past President and current Vice President of Bradford County Action, past President of the former Canton Business and Professional Women’s Club and the Towanda Education Association and the Canton Chapter #71 OES. She enjoyed golfing and was a member of the Corey Creek Golf Club, as well as the Wheel Inn Club. She also enjoyed Renaissance music and dancing whenever possible, she enjoyed trips to the family retreat in Ontario. She had a dry sense of humor and was an avid fan of the British sitcoms on PBS. Miss Morgan enjoyed making intricate quilts, and often gave them as gifts. She was a woman of deep faith in the Lord and was a member of the Canton Ecumenical Parish, and always could be counted upon to teach a Vacation Bible School class. Her penchant for enlightening young minds also extended to their spiritual wellbeing. Surviving are her mother, Rosanne Morgan, at home; brother Mitchell (and Barbara) Morgan, Turbotville, PA; sister Leila (and Barry) Snyder, Cadillac, MI; sister-in-law Nettie Morgan, Canton; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her father, Roland and brother Thomas. A memorial service and celebration of her life will be celebrated Saturday, September 29th, at the Canton Ecumenical Parish, 43 N. Center St., Canton, at 2 p.m., with Pastors Dean Walrath and Nancy Lee Goff officiating. The family will receive friends from 1-2 p.m. at the Canton Ecumenical Parish. Interment will follow in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, PA. Professional services have been entrusted to Morse & Kleese Funeral Home, Inc. 40 N. Center St., Canton. Contributions in Pam’s memory may be directed to the Canton Ecumenical Parish Memorial Fund, c/o the church. –Canton Independent Sentinel.
ROLAND E. MORGAN
Roland E. Morgan, 71, of Canton, PA, died Friday, May 6 at Troy Community Hospital. He was a member of the Canton Ecumenical Parish, member and past master of the Canton Masonic Lodge #415, F & AM where he was a 32d degree Mason, member of the Williamsport Consistory, the Canton High School Alumni Association, the Nittany Lion Club and the Corey Creek Golf Club. He was employed by Rem-ington Rand in Elmira of 31 years and then was self employed in Canton. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Rosanne Morgan; daughters and son-in-law, Pamela Morgan of Canton and Leila and Barry Snyder of Muskegon, MI; sons and daughters-in-law, Thomas and Nettie Morgan of Canton and Mitchell and Barbara Morgan of York, PA; eight grandchildren; sisters and brothers-in-law, Alfreda and Evert Lett of Shunk, PA, Lois and Archie Norton of Estella, PA, Myrtie Lee of Front Royal, VI, Ethlyn and Russell Machmer of Canton, Audrey and Carol Bedford of Mehoopany, PA; brothers and sisters-in-law, Donald and Elaine Morgan of Pine City, NY, Claude and Carol Morgan of Canton, Darwin and Donna Morgan of Candor, NY; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sisters, Lenora Mae Avery and brother, Desmond Morgan. Memorial services were to be held at the Canton Ecumenical Parish on May 14 (2 pm) with the Rev. Richard M. Barner and the Rev. Ronald J. Beistline officiating and burial to be in Glenwood Cemetery. Arrangements were by the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy. Memorials may be directed to the Canton Ecumenical Parish in the Troy Community Hospital. (TGR, Thursday, May 12, 1994)
MORGAN - AUSTIN Mrs. Sadie Louise- 77, [SRGP 10331] of Sylvania, died Sunday night, August 17, 1947 at Troy. Mrs. Austin who was a lifelong resident of Sylvania was highly regarded for her interest in the activities of her community. She was a member of the Sylvania Presbyterian Church, the Troy Grange and the Legion Auxiliary in Troy. She is survived by her daughter, Miss. Clara Austin; two grandchildren, Ray Austin of Mansfield and Mrs. Eben Brace of Williamsport; one great-grandchild, Barbara Austin of Mansfield; and a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Homer Austin of Mansfield. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Sylvania Presybyterian Church and burial was in the Glenwood Cemetery. Rev. Samuel Regester officiated. (Sarah Louise Morgan) daughter of Clarinda Elizabeth Wood & Dwight Morgan also wife of Nicholas Austin.
VIOLA MORGAN SHERMAN
Viola M. (Morgan) Sherman, age 90, formerly of Troy, PA, died on Friday, May 24, 2002 at the Williamsport Hospital. She was born on June 2, 1911 in Blossburg, PA, a daughter of the late Edward and Minverva (Clark) Morgan. Viola was an employee at Sylvania Electric in Towanda. She was a member of the East Troy Methodist Church and was also a member of the Senior Citizens Guild of Towanda. She is survived by her son, Richard (Beverly) Sherman of East Troy, PA; a daughter Betty (Kenneth) Williams of Williamsport, PA; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; and sister-in-law, Mrs. Elmer Morgan of Elmira, NY. Violet was preceded in death by her husband, J. Ross Sherman; brother, Elmer Morgan; and sister, Mrs. Ben Zimmer. Funeral services were held at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy on May 28 with the Rev. Alison Grove officiating and interment to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Bradford County.
MORRIS - Barbara Rae Morse, 73, died
on Feb. 24, 2010, after a nine-year courageous battle with cancer. She died at the residence of her daughter in Troy, Pa., surrounded by her loving family. Born on July 1, 1936 in Troy, Pa., was the eldest daughter to Raymond (Huck) and Edith (Williams) Morris. She was born at home on Canton Street. Barbara was a 1954 graduate of Troy High School. She was married to Edward Harrison Morse on June 27, 1954. They celebrated 56 years of marriage together. Barbara helped her husband on their farm just outside of Troy. They had dairy cows and also a large apple orchard that drew many people from around the Northern Tier. During the early years along with helping her husband she also worked at the Troy sale barn. In her later years she worked for 10 years as a waitress at the Edgewood Restaurant in Troy. Barb's love for life was for her family. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Barb's favorite times were spent going to her grandchildren's sporting events, traveling to sunny destinations, "living it up" in the casinos and reading a good novel. She shared a special love for her cat "Morris" and dog "Gracie". In addition to her husband, Ed; she is survived by her three children, son, James Morse, his wife Pam and three kids, Alex, Maddie and Cecilia, of Troy; daughter, Theresa Manning; her husband Rodney and children, Christopher and wife, Amanda, Allyson and Meghan of Troy; daughter, Carolee Morse from Sherburne, N.Y.; her sister-in-law, Barbara Morris, Troy, Pa.; nephew, Mike Searfoss with his wife, Susan and two children. She had several nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends, Vickie Sax and Jean Havens. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Harold; sister, Carol; and cousin, Sandy. Family and friends are invited to attend a funeral service which will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27 at the The First Baptist Church of Troy. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, Pa. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to the Memorial Hospital Hospice, 1 Hospital Drive, Towanda PA 18848, and also the Troy Baptist Church. Funeral services are under the direction of the Jacquelyn A. Buckheit Funeral Chapel, Crematory & Monuments, PC, 637 S. Main St., Mansfield, Pa. - Towanda Daily Review, Feb.26.2010
MORRIS Eva Morris Pfannmuller, 94, of Lake Helen, FL formerly of Troy, PA, died Thursday, July 27, 1995. She was born September 23, 1900 in Chester County, the daughter of John and Sarah Morris. For many years Eva and her husband Frederick owned and operated a service station in Troy. Mrs. Pfannmuller was a member of the First Congregational Church, Lake Helen, FL. She was a lifetime member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 127 and was also a member of the Golden Star Rebekah Lodge, Troy. She is survived by a sister-in-law, Doris Morris of Wellsburg, NY and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Frederick; brothers, Herbert, Raymond, Joseph and William Morris; and sister, Viola Spencer and Elizabeth Harvey. Memorials services were held at the First Congregational Church, Lake Helen. A graveside service will be held at a later date in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. “Troy Gazette-Register,” Troy, PA Thursday, August 3, 1995
Harold “Huck” MORRIS, 52, of Troy, PA, died Monday, January 27, 1997 at the Troy Community Hospital Emergency Room. He was born November 16, 1944 in Troy, PA, the son of Raymond (Huck) and Edith (Williams) Morris. He was a 1962 graduate of Troy High School and attended Humboldt Institute, Minneapolis, MN. He belonged in St. John’s Catholic Church in Troy. He was employed for 33 years at OSRAM Sylvania in Towanda, PA where he was a member of the Quarter Century Club and the Reward and Recognition Committee. He was a member and past president of the Troy Lions Club and was past Lions District Treasurer. He was active in the Troy Lions Club Minstrel Shows where he was End Man for Many years. He received the Lions International President Dedicated Humanitarian Award 1994-1995. He was a member of the Mountain Top Hunting Club, Canton Moose Lodge and the Wheel Inn Club. He bowled for thirty years and was an avid golfer and hunter. He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Barbara (Babs) Morris (8 Newland Drive); daughters Kelly Morris and fiancé Michael Barrett of Troy, PA, Mindy Morris and special friend, Michael Davison, Troy, PA; son and daughter-in-law, Rob and Kathy Morris, Troy, sister and brother –in-law, Barbara and Edward Morse, RR 3, Troy; several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his father, Raymond (Huck) Morris in 1981; mother, Edith Morris in 1994; and sister, Carol (Morris) Serfass in 1962. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy on January 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. A funeral mass will be held at St. John’s Catholic Church in Troy on Thursday (11 am) with Father Bert Kozen as celebrant and burial to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Memorials may be directed to St. John’s Catholic Church building fund c/o Theresa Hubler, 150 Canton St., Troy, PA 16947 or the Troy Lions Club Memorial Fund, PO Box 215, Troy, PA 16947.
John W. Morris Aged 78 and for many years a well-liked resident of Troy, died Saturday morning, March 24, 1951, in his home with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Pfannmuller. He was employed for a long period of time by the Borden Company. He was known to many school children as the person, who guarded their safety as they crossed West Main Street near the Davison Green. He was a member of the Malvern, Penna. I.O.O.F., the Paoli, Penna. Encampment, of the Odd Fellows, Troy Rod and Gun Club and was active for many years in the affairs of the Oscoluwa Engine and Hose Company. He is survived by daughters, Mrs. Viola Spencer, Canton, Mrs. Eva Pfannmuller, Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey, both of Troy; sons, Herbert and Raymond Morris, both of Troy, Joseph Morris, New York City. William Morris, Owego; sister, Mrs. Eva Kennedy, Narvon, Pa.; 18 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Pfannmuller, Monday at 2 p.m., Dr. S. D. Regester and Rev. Herbert T. Punchard, with burial in Glenwood cemetery.
MORRIS - MARY ELIZABETH HARVEY
Mary Elizabeth (Lib) Harvey, 87, a resident of the Darway Nursing Home in Estella for the past two months and formerly a Troy and Canton resident, died July 10, 1990 at the Troy Community Hospital. She was born April 3, 1903 at Malvern in Montgomery County, PA, the daughter of John W. and Sally Cummings Morris. She retired from the Troy Community Hospital housekeeping department at the age of 70. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Troy, the Canton Senior Citizens and the Goldenrod Rebekah Lodge, Granville Summit. Mrs. Harvey was a member of and formerly secretary-treasurer for the McCallum Manor resident's committee for several years. Surviving are daughter and son-in-law, Shirley and Hal Jenkins Jr. of Canton RD 1; son and daughter-in-law, Raymond and Barbara Harvey of San Jose, CA; daughters-in-law, Mrs. Betty Harvey of Binghamton, NY and Mrs. Pat Reams of Kingsburg, CA; sister, Mrs. Eva Phannmiller of Lake Helen, FL; brother, Joseph Morris of Long Island, NY; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Doris Morris of Wellsburgh, NY and Mrs. Edith Morris of Troy; nieces, nephews, and cousins, including a special nephew, Harry Lammy of Canton and special friends, Naomi Rundell and Ruth Foust, both of Canton. She was predeceased by husband, John, sons, Kenneth and William; sister, Viola Spencer and brothers, Herbert, Raymond and William Morris. Memorial services were held at the Morse and Kleese Funeral Home in Canton on July 13 with thge Rev. Garry Zuber and the Rev. Herbert Punchard officiating and interment to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Memorial donations in Mrs. Harvey's memory may be directed to the Canton Ambulance Association. (TGR, Thursday, July 19, 1990)
MORRIS Barbara Rae Morse, 73, died on Feb. 24, 2010, after a nine-year courageous battle with cancer. She died at the residence of her daughter in Troy, Pa., surrounded by her loving family. Born on July 1, 1936 in Troy, Pa., was the eldest daughter to Raymond (Huck) and Edith (WILLIAMS) Morris. She was born at home on Canton Street. Barbara was a 1954 graduate of Troy High School. She was married to Edward Harrison Morse on June 27, 1954. They celebrated 56 years of marriage together. Barbara helped her husband on their farm just outside of Troy. They had dairy cows and also a large apple orchard that drew many people from around the Northern Tier. During the early years along with helping her husband she also worked at the Troy sale barn. In her later years she worked for 10 years as a waitress at the Edgewood Restaurant in Troy. Barb's love for life was for her family. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Barb's favorite times were spent going to her grandchildren's sporting events, traveling to sunny destinations, "living it up" in the casinos and reading a good novel. She shared a special love for her cat "Morris" and dog "Gracie". In addition to her husband, Ed; she is survived by her three children, son, James Morse, his wife Pam and three kids, Alex, Maddie and Cecilia, of Troy; daughter, Theresa Manning; her husband Rodney and children, Christopher and wife, Amanda, Allyson and Meghan of Troy; daughter, Carolee Morse from Sherburne, N.Y.; her sister-in-law, Barbara Morris, Troy, Pa.; nephew, Mike Searfoss with his wife, Susan and two children. She had several nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends, Vickie Sax and Jean Havens. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Harold; sister, Carol; and cousin, Sandy. Family and friends are invited to attend a funeral service which will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27 at the The First Baptist Church of Troy. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, Pa. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to the Memorial Hospital Hospice, 1 Hospital Drive, Towanda PA 18848, and also the Troy Baptist Church. Funeral services are under the direction of the Jacquelyn A. Buckheit Funeral Chapel, Crematory & Monuments, PC, 637 S. Main St., Mansfield, Pa. February 26, 2010, Towanda Daily Review.
MORRIS –VIOLA MORRIS SPENCER, 89 a resident of the Bradford county Manor, formerly of Canton died Tuesday, June 4, 1985 at the manor. Mrs. Spencer was born March 13, 1896 in Malvern, Pa. She was the daughter of John W. and Sally Cummings Morris. She was a member of the Canton Church of Christ, Disciples and a former member of the Minnequa Grange, the Troy Ladies of Rebekah and the Brooks-Flick American Legion Post 49 Ladies Auxiliary. Mrs. Spencer is survived by son and daughter-in-law, Harry and Peggy Lammy of Canton; a grandson, Jamie Lammy of Canton; a granddaughter, Rae Anne Kakritz of Elmira; two great-granddaughters, Heather and Michelle Kakritz of Elmira; two sisters, Mrs. Eve Pfannmuller of Lake Helen, Fla. and Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey of Canton; one brother, Joseph Morris of Valley Stream, N.Y.; two step-daughters, Laura Markham and Mrs. Louise Reynolds of Williamsport; four step-sons, John Spencer of Bath, Glenn Sherman Spencer of Rock Stream, N.Y, Gerald Spencer and Carl Spencer of Canton; numerous step-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday at the Morse and Kleese Funeral Home, 40 N. Center St., Canton with the Rev. Will Strunk, pastor of the Grover Church of Christ officiating. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday from 7 until 9 p.m. Memorials may be directed to the Canton Ambulance Association in memory of Mrs. Spencer. –Towanda Daily Review
MISS ALMA J. MORSE
A native of Troy Township, born in the Alonzo and Thurza Jane Morse homestead on September 28, 1858, died in her home in Jamaica, L.I., late Monday morning, June 6th, at seven after a short illness. She was graduated from Troy High School in 1881, taught in the schools of Troy Township and became very active in Republican politics in Jamaica. She was a member of the general committee for the Worlds Fair in New York City next year. She is survived by two sisters, Miss Grace Morse, Jamaica, L.I., Mrs. Fannie Morse Meyer, Troy, a brother Frank Morse, Troy Township, several nieces and nephews. The funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10:30 at the Soper & Mosher Funeral Home. Rev. Montague White officiating and burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.
MORSE Rev Edward P-94, who was Pastor of the First Presbyterian church in Troy for over 40 years, died in his home in Elmira with his daughter, Miss Anne Jeanette Morse, who had been is companion since his retirement in 1933. The family had a summer home in Essex, NY. His death occurred Wednesday, October 20, 1948. Rev. Morse, a person of outstanding personal religious conviction, was the most popular minister to ever hold a Troy Pastorate. He reared his family in the Presbyterian Manse on West Main Street and was the close personal friend of many. He numbered among his friends such men as the late P N Barber, T W Parsons, E E VanDyne, Frank Morse, John A Parsons and others. He is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. Wayne Lowe, Rye, NY and Mrs. Barbara Clark, Reno, Nev.; two sons, John H Morse Sr, New York City and Edward Morse, Vicksburg; seven grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. The side of Mrs. Morse in Glenwood cemetery will hold the funeral Friday at 3 pm in the Presbyterian Church with burial.
MORSE - Pomeroy, Frances Morse-[SRGP 77317] wife of Daniel E Pomeroy, of Beech Road, Englewood, NJ, died on Friday night, November 21, (1930) in the Doctors Hospital, New York City, after four months of failing health. She was born in Elmira on April 27, 1868, the daughter of Dr. Stuart and Lucy Redington Morse, and after the death of her father, passed her young girlhood in the Saltmarsh home here. On June 18, 1895, she was married to Daniel E Pomeroy, then with Pomeroy Brothers Bank, now the First National. In February 1899, they moved to Englewood, NJ. Where, as the years passed, Mrs. Pomeroy became more and more prominently identified with church and civic affairs. During the World War she was a leader in welfare work among the service men, in and near Englewood. A frequent visitor in Troy and at all times keenly interested in Troy people. Mrs. Pomeroy’s loss will be long felt, especially by St Paul’s Episcopal Church and its communicants. A service was held from St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Englewood, on Sunday afternoon, her Rector, Mr. Lines, officiating. The funeral service was held from St Pauls Episcopal Church Troy, Monday morning, the Rev. Fred E Trumbore officiating, with burial in the Davison plot, Glenwood cemetery.
Frank J. MORSE, 71, of East Troy, Pa., died Thursday morning, June 30, 1938. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mina C. Morse; a son Samuel L. Morse of Little Marsh, Pa., a daughter, Mrs. Marion McClure at home; two grandchildren, Mary Jane Morse and James McClure. Funeral at the family home Saturday at 3 p.m. Rev. Owen Barrett will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Myron J. Smith. Glenwood Cemetery at Troy.
MORSE, JOHN “Bud”, Services for John “Bud” Morse, 50, Troy, were held June 6 at the Vickery Funeral Home with Rev. Garry Zuber officiating and burial in Glenwood Cemetery. Mr. Morse died June 3, 1984 at Troy Community Hospital. He was born June 9, 1933 in Troy, son of Harrison and Julia Smith Morse. He was a graduate of Troy High School, later attending Mansfield University. He was employed at Troy Post Office for 24 years. He was a veteran of the Korean War, was a member of Troy VFW Post 8675, Troy American Legion Brooks-Flick Post 49 and was a former member of the Troy Lions Club. He was a very active in all sporting activities in the Troy area and was instrumental in formation of Troy Softball League. He is survived by his wife Luella Ward Morse of Troy; daughter and son-in-law, Michelle and Micki Slingerland, Richmond, VA; son and daughter-in-law, Marty and Disa Morse, Troy; son, Michael of Boca Raton, FL; sisters, Mrs. Thomas (Marilyn) Calkins, Troy, and Mrs. Ellis (Joyce) Grose, Horseheads, NY; brothers, Edward of Troy and Bruce of Elmira; several nieces and nephews. (TGR May 31, 1984)
MORSE – Leland Morse, age 79, of East Troy, PA, died Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1978. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home, Troy, PA, Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral Friday at 2 PM at the funeral home. Rev. Ann Palmer officiating. Burial Glenwood Cemetery. Survived by wife, Alice; one son, Clinton Morse of Millerton, PA; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; brother, Merle Morse of Monroeton, PA. Donations may be made to the East Troy United Methodist Church.
]LELAND O. MORSE
Services for Leland O. Morse, 79, of East Troy, were held Nov. 17 at the Vickery Funeral Home, with Rev. Ann Palmer officiating. Interment was in Glenwood Cemetery. Mr. Morse died on November 14, 1978 at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Elmira. He was born March 21, 1899 in West Franklin, the son of Frank and Cora Varney Morse. He was the oldest trustee of the East Troy United Methodist church. He was employed during his lifetime at VanNoy’s sawmill, with PennDot and he was a school bus driver for Troy Area Schools for 19 years. He is survived by his wife, Alice J. Morse; a son, Clinton of Millerton; daughters-in-law Eloise Bolt of Mainesburg and Mrs. Ruth Morse of Troy; a brother Merle, Monroeton; step-daughters, Mrs. George (Minnie) McCaslin, Millerton, Mrs. Raymond (Laura) Clark, Columbia Cross Roads and Fredericka Barrett, Gillett; stepson Claud Bolt, Mansfield; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; several step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren.
MORSE - Miriam McClure, age 77 of Troy, Pa., Thursday, April 20, 1978. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home, Troy, Sunday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral there Monday at 11:00 a.m. the Rev. Frank Croyle. Burial Glenwood Cemetery. Survived by son, Dr. James E. McClure of K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base, Michigan; grandchildren, George, Jonathan, Susan and Rebecca; one great-granddaughter, Danielle. She was a member of Troy United Methodist Church and a former member of Troy Order of Eastern Star No. 233. She was a retired employee of the J. C. Penney Co. She was born June 14, 1900 the daughter of Frank and Almina Morse. Her husband, George McClure preceded her in death in 1933.
MORSE - MIRIAM McCLURE
Services were held on April 24 for Miriam McClure, 77, of Troy, at the Vickery Funeral Home, Rev. Frank Croyle officiating. Interment was in Glenwood Cemetery. Mrs. McClure died on April 20, 1978 at her home. She was born June 14, 1900, in East Troy, the daughter of Frank J. and Almina McMurray Morse. She was a retired employee of the J. C. Penny Co., in Troy. She was a member of the Troy United Methodist Church and the Troy Order of the Eastern Star No. 233. Her husband, George Nelson McClure predeceased her. She is survived by a son Dr. James E. McClure KI Sawyer AFB, Michigan; grandchildren, George Wood McClure, Jonathan Knight McClure and Rebecca Ann McClure; a great-granddaughter, Danielle McClure.
MOSHER - JUDSON Wahnetia Age 86, of Troy, PA, died on August 4, 2005 at the Towanda Memorial Hospital. She was born on October 20, 1918, the wife of the late Melvin Judson. Family and friends are invited to call at the Gerald Vickery Jr. Funeral Home, Inc., 110 West Main Street, Troy, PA, on Sunday, August 7, 2005, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Funeral services will be at 3:00 p.m. with the Reverend Garry Zuber officiating. Interment will be at Glenwood Cemetery.
Wahnetia MOSHER Judson, age 86, of Troy died on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2005, at the Towanda Memorial Hospital, Towanda. She was born on Oct. 20, 1918, in Apalachin, N.Y., the daughter of the late Benjamin and Harriet (Hanyon) Mosher. Wahnetia was a member of the First Baptist Church of Troy and a member of the Business and Professional Women's Association. Her hobbies included bowling, traveling, fishing, and camping. She enjoyed spending time with her family. Wahnetia was the business manager and bookkeeper for the Troy Pennysaver, a very diligent manager for over 18 years. She was a friend of the Hanes family and her involvement was an encouragement as the family grew. Wahnetia is survived by a sister, Ruth A. Johnson of Greene, N.Y.;several nieces and nephews; and special friends Fred and Betty Hanes of Horseheads, N.Y In addition to her parents, Wahnetia was predeceased in death by her husband, Melvin B. Judson; sister Bernice Kurisko; and brothers, Howard Mosher and Harold Mosher. Family and friends are invited to call from 2 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 7, at the Gerald Vickery Jr. Funeral Home Inc., 110 W. Main St., Troy. Funeral services will be held immediately following visitation at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Garry Zuber officiating. Interment will be at Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Memorial contributions in Wahnetia's memory may be made to the First Baptist Church of Troy, 162 Canton St., Troy, Pa. 16947
ASA MOTT, 85, of Gillett RD 1, died Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1982 at the Troy Community Hospital. He was born in Tioga County Oct. 9, 1896, son of William and Mary DelCamp Mott. Mr. Mott was a retired farmer. He was preceded in death by his wife, Hanna Mott. He is survived by one son, Stanley Mott of Gillett RD 1; one sister, Lula Mott of Columbia Cross Roads; seven grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; one niece and one nephew. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home, Troy on Thursday from 7-9 p.m. The funeral will be held there Friday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Charles Root officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. –Towanda Daily Review.