Lawrenceville [Powers] Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania
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Reading a series of obituaries from a single cemetery, as they are presented here, is like reading the multi-generational history of a community. These people were the local populace at a particular time. The people buried here knew each other, were neighbors, relatives and school mates. They attended church together and engaged in "trade" or business. All people are listed in alphabetic order by surname at BIRTH. Women identified by a married alias only and for whom a birth surname can not be identified, are listed on the last page for the cemetery's obituaries.
ABELS Hattie Jane
Wellsboro Gazette, Tioga, PA - Thur., April 24, 1947, Pg 18
Mrs. Hattie Jane (Abels) Doud, aged 80, widow of Charles S. Doud, died at her home in Lawrenceville, April 17th. She was born in Jackson Township, Tioga County, August 31st, 1866, daughter of James and Elvira (Strock) Abels. Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Joseph Farley, Lawrenceville, Mrs. Frank Button, Campbell, NY, Mrs Hazel Reynolds, Corning, one son, Hobert Doud of Elmira, another son, Gary Doud died about 2 years ago; one sister, Mrs. Eunice Reynolds, Rochester, NY, two brothers, Arthur Abels, Presho, NY and Coe Abels of Sheldon, ILL. The funeral was held at the Kuhl Funeral Home on Saturday. Rev. Homer Wetherbee, pastor of the Grace Gospel Church, officiating and burial in the Lawrenceville Cemetery. The pall bearers were Roger Doud, Robert Doud, Norman Doud, Wayne Reep, Harold Button, and Raymond Reynolds, all grandsons of Mrs Doud. Among those from out of town who attended the services were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Button, Campbell, NY., Mrs. Hazel Reynolds, Corning. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Doud, Elmira, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abels, Presho, NY, Mrs. Eunice Reynolds, Rochester, NY., Mr. and Mrs. Norman Doud, Painted Post, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Reynolds, North Chemung, Mrs. Katherine Oleson and daughter, Wanda of Corning, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Unvarsky, Elmira.
Wellsboro Gazette, Tioga, PA -- Wednesday, March 2, 1983, Pg 11
Myrtle Plumley Reep, 89, a long-time resident of the Green Home, Wellsboro, died Friday, Feb. 25, 1983 at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro. She was born June 9, 1893 in Keeneyville, the daughter of Seymour and Elizabeth Day Appleby. Surviving are three sons, Ward Plumley of RD6, Wellsboro, Francis Plumley of Cowanesque and Stewart Plumley of Painted Post, NY; one sister, Maude Appleby of Cowanesque; six grandchildren and nine gr-grandchildren. The funeral was held at 1:30 pm Monday, Feb. 28 at the Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, Wellsboro with the Rev. Wade Stewart, retired Baptist minister, officiating. Burial was at the Lawrenceville Cemetery. Friends were invited to call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon, Feb. 27.
JAMES D. BAKER age 66 of Lawrenceville, PA on Friday, April 26, 1991 at Halifax Medical Center, Daytona Beach, FL. He was born September 4, 1924 in Lawrenceville, PA, the son of Buell W. and Mary Hotchkiss Baker. He is survived by; his wife, Sarah; daughter & son-in-law, Candace & Jerry Guiles of RD Lawrenceville, PA; sons & daughters-in-law, James D. Jr. & Cynthia Baker of RD Lawrenceville, PA, Jeffrey D. & Martha Baker of RD Lawrenceville, PA, Dr. Gregory L. & April Baker of Hanover, NH; 9 grandchildren; brother, Buell W. Baker of Sayville, NY; several nieces, nephews and cousins. He enlisted in the Cadets in 1942 and received his pilots wings and commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Air Force at Valdosta, GA in 1943. He served in the Pacific Theater during WW II and was honorably discharged in 1945. He attended Lawrenceville area schools, Mansfield State Teachers College, Rochester Business Institute and Denver University, before joining the family owned business of R.E. Baker & Son in 1948, which he operated until 1980. He was a member of the Tioga Lodge #373 F&AM, Coudersport Consistory, Odd Fellows, Elmira Grotto and the Brookland Club. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the First National Bank and then served on the Board of Directors of the Commonwealth Bank and the Board of Directors of the Lawrenceville Branch of Commonwealth Bank, until his retirement in 1990. He was also a member of the Board of Directors of PASHA Hardware Association. Friends are invited to call at the Kenyon Funeral Home in Elkland, PA on Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM. Masonic Services will be conducted Tuesday at 6:30 PM at the Funeral Home. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 1:00 PM at the family property on Felker Hill, Lindley, NY, Rev. Roger Strait and Rev. William Lusk will officiate. Burial in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. –Elmira Star-Gazette 4/29/1991
BALDWIN- Daniel Wylie BALDWIN Westfield was expressibly shocked Friday morning by the news that Dan W. Baldwin had died from injuries sustained in an automobile accident on the preceding Sunday evening. While the public knew Mr. Baldwin was seriously hurt, reports favored his recovery and the news of his death came as a sudden blow, not only to Westfield, but to the county and wider confines as well for he was esteemed as a lawyer of ability throughout northern Pennsylvania and southern New York. Dan Wylie Baldwin is generally acknowledged to have been the most successful trial lawyer, not only in this county, but in Potter County. He was forty-eight years old at the time of his death and a son of Moses S. and Millicent Baldwin of Lawrenceville, both of whom are dead. He was born at Lawrenceville on the Baldwin homestead, completed the course of study in the State Normal, was appointed as cadet to West Point Military Academy where he remained six months and resigned. He then took up the study of law in the office of Sherwood and Owlett of Wellsboro and was admitted to the bar. He located at Westfield for the practice of his profession and for twenty-three years had been a successful lawyer. The funeral services were held in St. John's church Sunday morning at eight o'clock, Rev. Arthur Watson, A.B., officiating. The remains were laid to rest in the Lawrenceville cemetery. Mr. Baldwin is survived by three sisters, Dr. Kate Baldwin of Philadelphia; Dr. Mary Baldwin of Newport, RI and Miss Lucy Baldwin of Lawrenceville and two brothers, Dr. L.Grant Baldwin of New York City and Moses Baldwin of Lawrenceville, all of whom were present during the last hours of life and at the funeral, save Miss Lucy Baldwin who was traveling with friends in Europe. (Westfield Free Press, Thursday, August 23, 1906) Joanne Hofstrand email@example.com
Lawrenceville--The death of Miss Lucy Davenport Baldwin, aged 82 years, occurred at her home in Lawrence township on Tuesday, following an extended illness. Funeral services were held last evening at 8 o'clock at the Kuhl Funeral Home, with the Rev. Harold Wass, pastor of the Methodist church officiating. The body will be taken to Rochester for cremation and the ashes returned to Lawrenceville for burial in the family plot in Lawrenceville cemetery. Miss Baldwin was born on the old Baldwin homestead in Lawrence township, August 11, 1860, the daughter and last surviving child of Moses and Millicent Wylie Baldwin, early settlers of this vicinity. She attended Lawrenceville Academy and was graduated from Mansfield Normal School. In early life she taught school in Lawrence township and later in Philadelphia. In addition she conducted a photographic studio at Roanoke, Va. After the death of her brother, Moses Baldwin, she returned to Lawrenceville to manage the homestead farm, where she had lived alone for a number of years. Miss Baldwin was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church. Survivors include a nephew, Major L. Grant Baldwin, Station Hospital, Santa Ana, Cal.; a niece, Mrs. Millicent Baldwin Farlee, of Santa Ana; two grand nephews and three grandnieces, of Santa Ana; and a cousin, Edward M. Baldwin, of Tioga. (Wellsboro Gazette, Wellsboro, PA, Thursday, January 21, 1943)
BALL – Benjamin H. Ball, age 77, of Lawrenceville RD, died Saturday, July 30, 1966, at the family home. Friends may call at Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland, Sunday, 7-9 PM and Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral there Tuesday at 10:30 AM, the Rev. Raymond Valimont, Lawrenceville Cemetery. Survived by wife, Inez; daughters, Mrs. Ruth Nichols of Baldwinsville, NY, Mrs. Arlene Burdick of Lawrenceville; 15 grandchildren; 21 great grandchildren.
BALL - June Vaudean Ball, 78, formerly of Lawrenceville, diedApril 8, 2009, at Corning Hospital, Corning, N.Y. She was born June 25, 1930, in Corning, N.Y., the daughter of Herman Titus and Susie Belle Brenner Ball. Private graveside services will be held at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville. Memorial donations may be made to the Corning Hospital. Arrangements are in care of the Kenyon Funeral Home, 214 Main St., Elkland. - Mansfield Gazette, April 15, 2009
ROBERT A. BALLARD JR
The funeral of Robert A. Ballard, Jr., who died at his home in Elmira May 20, was held May 23. Micco Hatke Tribe, No. 324, Improved Order of Red Men, of Mansfield, assisted by Massasoit Tribe, No. 14, and Tomoka Tribe, No. 128, accompanied the remains to Lawrenceville, where the Mansfield lodge had charge of the services. (The Agitator: Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, June 2, 1920)
BECKETT Scott Joseph
Age 19, of 54 Erickson Road, Lawrenceville, PA, diedMay 2, 2009. He was born July 28, 1989 in Corning, NY. He loved boxing, bull riding and fast cars. He is survived by his mother and stepfather, Debra and John Rothenburgh, Lawrenceville, PA; father, Joseph Scott (Lydia) Beckett, Corning, NY; son, Cohen; Cohen's mother, Lori Cummings, Tioga, PA; girlfriend, MacKenzi Cunningham, Mansfield, PA; brother, Joshua Evans, Tampa, FL; grandparents, Gwen and James Lewis, Palmetto, GA, Joseph and Sherry Beckett, Corning, NY; several aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his sister, Tasha Woodard, in 2007. Friends are invited to call at the Kenyon Funeral Home, 214 Main St., Elkland, PA, Tuesday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at the Elkland United Methodist Church (same church that Tasha's funeral was held at), North Buffalo St., Elkland, PA, Rev. Robert W. Strozyk officiating. Burial will be in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. Memorial donations may be made directly to the family for Cohen. Published in the Star-Gazette on 5/3/2009
Man dies after fall from dam by Kelly Stemcosky
Published: Wednesday, May 6,2009 Mansfield Gazette
A 19-year-old Tioga County man died last Saturday, May 2, at the Cowanesque Lake Reservoir in Lawrence Township. According to State Police at Mansfield, Scott J. Beckett of Lawrenceville, died as a result of blunt force trauma from a fall which police are calling an “accidental death.” According to police reports, Beckett, who was alone, climbed over a six foot fence to gain access to an off-limits area of the reservoir. Once inside, he fell about 50 feet from a rock cliff onto the concrete spillway along Route 49. The accident occurred sometime between the night of Friday, May 1 and the morning of Saturday May 2, according to police. State Trooper Todd Wagaman, who is investigating the incident, said an autopsy has not yet been released, but that Beckett sustained “multiple injuries.” Wagaman said that no criminal mischief is apparent but that he will continue to investigate the case.
BEEBE, Mary C. Matteson – Lawrenceville, June 9. Mrs. Mary c. Matteson, aged 62 years, died Saturday afternoon, after a long, painful illness. She was the only child of Charles Beebe and his wife, Martha Dodd Beebe. Mrs. Matteson was born in the house in which she died, but had resided at one time in Galeton. She was a fine music teacher; her piano pupils were received in schools of music with much credibility, and they were numerous, as she had given lessons 45 years. She joined the Presbyterian church in 1876, but had been the church organist since she was 14 years old. Mrs. Matteson was faithful in all her church duties and will be greatly missed. She is survived by one son, Charles Matteson, whose wife came from North Carolina, in March and has given her the tenderest care, also one grandson, Charles Jr. and two granddaughters, Alice Matteson, of North Carolina, and Mildred Matteson, daughter of the late Harry Matteson, of Livingston, Montana. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. Mr. Wells, of Mansfield, officiating. Mrs. Allen Price, of Penn Yan, and Mrs. Roy Smith, of Corning, will sing a duet. Burial in Powers cemetery. Wellsboro Agitator, 11 June 1919.
BEEMAN - Miss Eva J. Beeman, of Lawrenceville, died Saturday afternoon, Oct. 5  at 4 o'clock. she was one of the best known women in that vicinity, having served as the capable and efficient postmistress of Lawrenceville for 20 years. Two years ago she was succeeded as postmaster by Joseph T. King, who retained Miss Beeman as his assistant, which position she held at the time of her death. Early in June she was obliged to leave her work on account of ill health. Since then, she had been gradually failing. She was a member of the Presbyterian church for many years, being the treasurer of the church, a member of the Ladies' Aid Society, Women's Missionary Society and the Pegaway Club. No person in Lawrenceville will be more universally missed than Miss Beeman. Her inspiration as a leader, her unfailing appreciation of others, her constant joy and interest in her work and the light touches of her delicious humor will always live in the hearts of her friends. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Judson C. [Orvilla Phippen] Beeman; one brother, Elmer E. Beeman of Pittsburgh and one nephew, G. Leon Stoddard, of Lawrenceville. The funeral service was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. - Wellsboro Agitator, October 9, 1918
Addison – Claude D. BLISS, 73, of Addison R. D. 3, died Wednesday at 12:10 a.m. at the Corning Hospital. Mr. Bliss had been in failing health for the past several years. Mr. Bliss was born in Elkland, Pa., April 12, 1875, a son of the late Alonzo Henry and Roxanna McCaslin Bliss. He was married, February 21, 1898 in Lawrenceville, Pa to Cora D. Becraft of Knoxville, Pa. and he had resided in Elkland, Bath, Lawrenceville, Pa. for the past 25 years at Addison, R. D. 3. For the past several years he had made his home with his son, Philip E. Bliss at Addison, R.D. 3 and in Presho with his daughter, Mrs. Hazel Sullivan. He was a member of the Methodist Church and had many admirable characteristics and made many friendships in this vicinity. He is survived by his widow; one son, Philip, Addison, R. D. 3; two daughters, Mrs. Tessie Sebetes of Corning and Mrs. Hazel Sullivan of Presho; one sister, Mrs. Carrie Reep of Lawrenceville, Pa and several nieces and nephews, and cousins. The body will be removed today from the Mayer Funeral Home to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sullivan in Presho, where friends may call. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. from the Lawrenceville Methodist Church. Burial will be made in the Lawrenceville Cemetery. (From Kathy Sarber)
BLISS - Carrie Bell Reep
Wellsboro Gazette - March 5, 1952
Mrs. Carrie Bell Reep, aged 82 years, of Lawrenceville, died Sunday, March 2, 1952, at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Margaret M. Van Zile of Cowanesque. She was born in Elkland, Nov. 14, 1869. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Bertha Young of Nelson; son, Walter Van Zile of Elmira, N.Y.; 13 grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Services will be held today at 2 p.m. at the family home in Lawrenceville. The Rev. Orey Chippen will officiate. Burial will be in Lawrenceville Cemetery
BLISS - RHODA Earldene "Dene" B. Age 87, formerly of #1 Ryon Circle, Lawrenceville, PA, Thursday, August 4, 2005 at Sheila's Personal Care Home, R.D., Knoxville, PA. She was born November 23, 1917, the daughter of Earl J. and Ethel L. Seeley Bliss. She was educated in Pennsylvania schools and attended banking schools prior to her retirement from First Bank & Trust Company of Corning, NY after 19 years of service. She also owned and operated a diner in Corning, NY for a number of years and managed the Centerway Motel Restaurant from 1953 to 1959. She was married to Merton J. Rhoda Jr. on November 12, 1955 at Sparta Center, NY by Rev. Harry Lee. She was a member of the Calvary United Methodist Church, Lawrenceville, PA. She is survived by a brother and sister-in-law, Rick and Thelma Bliss of Lawrenceville, PA; sister-in-law, Mildred Bliss of Lawrenceville, PA; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Merton J. Rhoda Jr. on November 28, 1995. Family and friends are invited to call at the Kenyon Funeral Home, Inc., 214 West Main Street, Elkland, PA, Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 7 p.m., where funeral services will be conducted immediately following the visitation at 7 p.m. Burial in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Calvary United Methodist Church, the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association or the National Diabetes Association in Dene's memory.
Wellsboro Gazette – Thursday, September 18, 1969
Floyd L. Bostwick, 74, Lawrenceville RD 1, died Thursday, Sept. 11, 1969, at his .home. Mr. Bostwick had been owner and operator of the Bostwick Motor Sales in Lawrenceville. He was a member of Tioga Lodge No. 373, F&AM, and the Coudersport Consistory. A World War I veteran, he was also a member of the 314th Infantry, AEF. He was a member of the Lawrenceville United Methodist Church. Born April 10, 1895, in Lawrenceville, he was the son of William and Mary Young Bostwick. There are no immediate survivors. The funeral was held Saturday at the church. Burial was in the Lawrenceville Cemetery. The Rev. James Kreamer officiated.
BOYDEN - SOPHIA PHIPPEN
The Wellsboro Agitator - Wednesday, 26 Oct 1921:
Death of Mrs. Loren Phippen. Mrs. Sophia Phippen, wife of Loren Phippen, of Delmar, Route 4, died last Saturday evening after only a few hours illness of heart failure. She was 66 years of age. She was born in Wellsboro in 1855. She leaves three children -- Ross, Nettie and Loren F. There are also surviving four brothers and one sister, namely: Sanford, Alfred, Charles and Addison Boyden, and Mrs. Mary Torpy. The funeral was held at the family residence yesterday at 10 o'clock a.m.; burial in the Lawrenceville cemetery. Mrs. Phippen was a useful woman, of rare intelligence, high character, warm hearted and devoted to her family and friends.
BRANT Bruce L.
Age 89, of Lawrenceville, PA, died on Sunday, September 21, 2008, in Broad Acres Rehabilitation Center, Wellsboro, PA. Born on September 13, 1919 in Lawrenceville, PA, he was the son of the late Arthur G. and Mary (Lee) Brant. Bruce was married to Elizabeth W. (Wheeler) Brant. Prior to his retirement, Bruce was employed with Ingersoll-Rand. He was a member of the Calvary Methodist Church. In addition to his wife, Elizabeth, Bruce is survived by two daughters and a son-in-law, Barbara and Larry Bates of Addison, NY, Jan Brant of Mansfield, PA; one son and daughter-in-law, Donald and Sandra Brant of Tioga, PA; five grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Family and friends are invited to call on Wednesday, September 24, 2008, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Jacquelyn A. Buckheit Funeral Chapel, Crematory & Monuments, PC, 637 S. Main St., Mansfield, PA. A funeral service will be held immediately following the visitation at 6:00 p.m. at the funeral home with Bruce's daughter-in-law, the Rev. Sandra Brant, officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Bruce's name to the American Heart Association, 613 Baltimore Dr., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702. Burial will be in Powers Cemetery, Rt. 49, Lawrenceville, PA. Published in the Star-Gazette on 9/23/2008
BRANT - MRS. CORA M. BLISS
Mrs. Cora M. Bliss, 91, of 22 Sherwood Street, died Friday, June 15, 1973, in the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro. She was the widow of David Bliss. Born Sept. 20, 1881, in Lawrenceville, she was a daughter of LeGrand and Ella Horton Brant. Mrs. Bliss was a member of the Lawrenceville United Methodist Church for 71 years.She was a direct descendant of Lt. Col. Elazer Lindsley for whom the town of Lindley, NY, was named. Mrs. Bliss was a 1902 graduate of Lawrenceville High School. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Doris Deats, of Mansfield, eight grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Monday in the church. Burial was in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville. The Rev. William Lusk, her minister officiated.
Last Tribute Paid to Hero of 1st World War
Lawrenceville – Frank Ellsworth BRANT, 57, a veteran of World War I, died at the Veterans’ Facility Hospital at Bath, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1945, as a result of a tractor accident on May 12, 1944. He was born in Lawrence Township Dec. 25, 1887, youngest son of the late Legrand G. and Ella M. Horton Brant. He enlisted Jan. 5, 1917 in Co. L, 3rd N. Y. Infantry, at Elmira, and was transferred Aug. 4, 1917, to the 27th Division, 108th Regiment, and served overseas nine months with a distinguished record. Mr. Brant was a member of Webster Williams Post, American Legion. Brant was one of six American soldiers who, in Oct. 1918, staged a heroic raid on a German machinegun nest. The others received the Distinguished Service Cross but he received nothing. He considered the incident just a bit of hard luck and attributed it to so much confusion at the time. Mr. Brant said that “when Lt. Cross led Sgt. Harry E. Bently, Cpl. Charles Stanton, Samuel J. Randall, Harry Bienlich and himself to clean up a machine-gun nest we had no thoughts of awards but wondered if we would return alive.” Cross died the next day. Samuel J. Randall of Elmira told of the incident in France. He and his brother Alvin, and all soldiers mentioned were members of Co. L and he declared the Tioga County veteran was entitled to the war decoration. Brant went over the top seven times and was in active fighting 57 days. Funeral services were held Tuesday at home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brant with the Rev. Harold Wass, pastor of Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Powers Cemetery at Lawrenceville. Pallbearers were Gilbert Tremaine, Harry Baker, Arland Cole, Joseph Philips, Ernest Close, Lewis Stoddard.
BRANT FRANK ELLSWORTH
Last Tribute Paid to Hero of 1st World War
Lawrenceville – Frank Ellsworth Brant, 57, a veteran of World War I, died at the Veterans’ Facility Hospital at Bath, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1945, as a result of a tractor accident on May 12, 1944. He was born in Lawrence Township Dec. 25, 1887, youngest son of the late Legrand G. and Ella M. Horton Brant. He enlisted Jan. 5, 1917 in Co. L, 3rd N. Y. Infantry, at Elmira, and was transferred Aug. 4, 1917, to the 27th Division, 108th Regiment, and served overseas nine months with a distinguished record. Mr. Brant was a member of Webster Williams Post, American Legion. Brant was one of six American soldiers who, in Oct. 1918, staged a heroic raid on a German machinegun nest. The others received the Distinguished Service Cross but he received nothing. He considered the incident just a bit of hard luck and attributed it to so much confusion at the time. Mr. Brant said that “when Lt. Cross led Sgt. Harry E. Bently, Cpl. Charles Stanton, Samuel J. Randall, Harry Bienlich and himself to clean up a machine-gun nest we had no thoughts of awards but wondered if we would return alive.” Cross died the next day. Samuel J. Randall of Elmira told of the incident in France. He and his brother Alvin, and all soldiers mentioned were members of Co. L and he declared the Tioga County veteran was entitled to the war decoration. Brant went over the top seven times and was in active fighting 57 days. Funeral services were held Tuesday at home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brant with the Rev. Harold Wass, pastor of Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Powers Cemetery at Lawrenceville. Pallbearers were Gilbert Tremaine, Harry Baker, Arland Cole, Joseph Philips, Ernest Close, Lewis Stoddard.
BRANT Mary I. Kinney
LAWRENCEVILLE, PA - Mary I. Kinney, 89, of Lawrenceville, PA died June 24, 2002 at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital,
Wellsboro, PA. She was born August 28, 1912 in Barrington, NY, the daughter of Arthur & Mary Lee Brant. Mary was a retiree of Westinghouse, Bath, NY and a member of the Calvary United Methodist Church in Lawrenceville, PA. She is survived by a son & daughter-in-law, Warren & Norma Kinney of Lawrenceville; a brother & sister-in-law, Bruce & Betty Brant of Lawrenceville; a sister-in-law, Evelyn Kinney of Lawrenceville; a granddaughter, Valencia Bader of MO; 5 great grandchildren & several nieces & nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Lester Kinney in 1979 & a grandson, Warren L. Kinney. Friends are invited to call at the Wilston Funeral Home, 18 N. Main St., Mansfield, PA, Thursday 7-9 PM & Friday noon-1 PM at the Calvary United Methodist Church, Lawrenceville, PA. Funeral Services will follow at the Church Friday at 1:00 PM with Rev. Gary Weaver, her Pastor officiating. Burial in Lawrenceville Cemetery.
BRANT Walter Scott
Wellsboro Agitator - November 29, 1962
Walter Scott Brant, 79, of Wellsboro, formerly of Lawrenceville, died Monday, November 26, 1962. He was born October 23, 1883 at Lawrenceville, the son of LeGrand and Ella Horton Brant. Mr. Brant was a retired farmer. Surviving are: one sister, Mrs. Cora Bliss of Lawrenceville, and one brother, Morton C. Brant of Elmira.Funeral services will be held Thursday, November 29th at 3:30 p. m. at the Scureman Funeral Home in Tioga. The Rev. Orey Crippen will officiate. Burial will be in Lawrenceville Cemetery.
THOMAS E. BRIGGS
Thomas E. Briggs, 18, of RD#1, Lawrenceville, died Thursday, Dec. 10, as a result of an auto accident. Born July 31, 1969 at Corning, NY, he was the son of Thomas F. and Kathryn Raynor Briggs. Surviving are his father, with whom he lived; his mother, Mrs. Kathryn Conrad of Tioga; a half-brother, Lonni Whipple of Tioga; and a half-sister, Penny Whipple of Elmira, NY. Funeral services were held Sunday, Dec. 13, at the Wilston Funeral Home, 18 North Main St., Mansfield. The Rev. S. Wade Stewart, chaplain at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, officiated. Burial was made in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville.
HENRY BROCKWAY SR.
Henry Brockway Sr, age 85, of Lawrenceville, Pa died Thursday, October 12, 1972. Funeral was at the Charles L. Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland, Pa. Sunday at 2 pm. Rev. Ellis Grist officiated. Burial was in Lawrenceville Cemetery. Survived by sons, Andrew Brockway of Mocksville, NC; Daniel Brockway of Osceola, Pa., Howard Brockway, Lawrenceville, Pa.; daughter, Mrs. Raymond (Esther) Osgood of Freeman, NY; sister, Mrs. Eliza Holton, Watkins Glen, NY; 27 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
BROCKWAY – Mrs. Isabella A. Horton, 40, of Lawrenceville, died Thursday, March 25, 1954, in the Wellsboro Hospital as a result of childbirth. The child Glenda, survives. Mrs. Horton was born on October 16, 1913, the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Brockway, of Lawrenceville. Surviving are her husband, Jesse; two daughters, Gladys, at home, and Glenda; her parents; four brothers, Henry, Andrew, Daniel and Howard, all of Lawrenceville; and one sister, Mrs. Esther Osgood, of Lindley. Services were Sunday at the Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Victor C. Detty Officiating. Burial was in Lawrenceville Cemetery. – Wellsboro Agitator, April 1954
BROWN Queen Esther
Wellsboro Agitator - December 11, 1940
Mrs. Queen Esther Brown Brockway, aged 79 years, died at her home in Lawrence township Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Brockway was first married to Andrew Brockway who died several years ago. To them three sons and two daughters were born all of whom survive as follows: Harley and Henry, of Lawrenceville, and Zura, of Painted Post, and Mrs. William Holton, of Painted Post, and Mrs. Mamie Hackett White. On February 24, 1924, she was united in marriage to Frank Brockway who survives her.
BUMAN James R.
Age 71, of Huachuta City, AZ, formerly of Lawrenceville, PA, died Saturday, April 11, 2009, at Hacienda Rehabilitation/Care Center in Seirra Vista, AZ. James was born May 8, 1937 in Lindley, NY, a son of James R. and Clara Virginia (Hoppe) Buman, Sr. He retired from Corning Glass Works. James enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a member of the NRA. James is survived by five sons and daughters-in-law, Larry and Sandy Buman, Jerry and Sue Buman, Jimmy and Robin Buman, all of Lindley, NY, Terry and Renee Buman, Randy and Beth Buman, all of Clarksville, TN; two daughters and a son-in-law, Mary Clark (Kevin Kirkham) of Bath, NY, Diane and Frank Jackson of Savona, NY; one stepson, Larry Ross of Wellsboro, PA; two stepdaughters, Sharon (Jim) Kizer of Tioga, PA, Rhonda Ross of Bolivar, NY; 18 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, five step-grandchildren, five great step-grandchildren; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Eugene and Pat Buman of Rathbun, NY, Raymond and Kathy Buman of Lindley, NY, Albert Buman of Lindley, NY; eight sisters and brothers-in-law, Virginia Rossman of Lindley, NY, Gene Lamphier of Beaver Dams, NY, Helen Wilson of Lindley, NY, Stella and Rick Howell of VA, Judy and Charles Wilson of Lindley, NY, Laura and Stan Bamoth of Lindley, NY, Debbie and Joe Burrows of PA, Sue (Mark Cole) Buman of Lindley, NY; several nieces and nephews. James was predeceased by his wife, Letha (Reese) Buman. Family and friends are invited to call on Saturday, April 18, 2009, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Jacquelyn A. Buckheit Funeral Chapel, Crematory & Monuments, PC, 637 S. Main St., Mansfield, PA. Funeral services will be held immediately following the viewing at 1:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. Published in the Star-Gazette on 4/14/2009
WILLIAM B. BURROWS age 84, of Mechanics St., Lawrenceville, Tuesday, June 15, 1971 at Blossburg State hospital following a long illness. Friends may call at the Kuhl & Spink Funeral Home, Wellsboro, Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Friday at 10:30 a.m. Rev. William P. Haynes officiating. Burial in Lawrenceville Cemetery. survived by daughter, Mrs. William (Doris) Cook of Lawrenceville; son, Charles Burrows of RD 2, Tioga, Pa.; step-daughters, Mrs. Ruth Tice of Lawrenceville, Mrs. Lillian Wheeler of Tioga, Pa., Mrs. Clarabell Zermski of Elkland; step-son, Leon Burrows of Colorado Springs, Colo.; 72 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Florence Phenes of Gibson, N.Y.; brothers, Manuel Burrows and Elmer Burrows, both of Lawrenceville. Mr. Burrows was born in Jackson Township Sept. 22, 1886, a son of William B. and Olive Hall Burrows. He was a Veteran of World War I, retired railroad employee. –Elmira Star-Gazette 6/17/1971
CARLSON Carl J.
Age 47, of Kissimmee, FL and formerly of Lawrenceville, PA, diedunexpectedly on Sunday, June 3, 2007. He was born June 4, 1959 in Englewood, NJ, the son of Walter and Calvina Carlson who preceded him in death. He is survived by his children and stepchildren, Carleena Allington, Lawrenceville, PA, Jeremy (Carlson) Easton, Elkland, PA, Ranae Monroe, Addison, NY, and Toby Baker, Tioga, PA; and nine grandchildren; three sisters and one brother-in-law, Diane Hurlbert, Presho, NY, Karen (Stan) Hoffman, Cheryl Carlson, Tioga, PA; three nieces and one nephew. The family will receive friends from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 23, 2007, at Kenyon Funeral Home, Inc., #214 West Main Street, Elkland, PA. A memorial service will be conducted immediately following at 1:00 p.m. Rev. Larry O'Dell officiating. Burial in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA.
CARY - CUMMINGS, Louise Cary
diedSaturday morning, January 17, 2009 in Ohio where she had been residing. Born on May 21, 1919 in Lawrence Township, PA, Louise was the daughter of the late Jesse & Vera Graves Cary. Louise was a loving and caring mother, her interests were gardening and knitting. She is survived by a son, Alan (Judy) Cummings, Irmo SC; a daughter, Janet (Merril) Sloppy, Miamisburg OH; 9 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Louise was predeceased by her daughter, Rhenda Kennedy, a sister, Elise Miller and her brothers, Thorald and Harvey Cary. Family and friends will be received at Caywood's Funeral Home & Gardens, 1126 Broadway, Southport, Saturday January 24, 2009 from 11 am - 12 (noon). Funeral services will follow at 12 (noon) with burial to follow in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. Published in the Star-Gazette on 1/20/2009
CASE - Charles Case, 79, of Nelson, PA, died at his home Saturday, August 14, 1954. He was born July 6, 1875 in Pennsylvania, the son of Mr. & Mrs. Mason K. Case. Surviving are two sons, Bryon of Odessa and Levi of Big Flats; a daughter, Mrs. Florence Krise of Westfield, PA; two brothers, Nathan of Bradford and Grant of Nelson, PA; a sister, Mrs. Mabel Gee of Lawrenceville, PA. The funeral was held Tuesday with the Rev. Norman Mead, pastor of the Methodist Church, officiating and burial was in Lawrenceville Cemetery. - Wellsboro Agitator, August 26, 1954
CLARK Sarah Lovina
Wellsboro Agitator - February 12, 1930
Lawrenceville, Feb. 8 - Among well-known residents of Tioga County was Mrs. Sarah L. Colegrove, of Lawrenceville, widow of the late Henry B. Colegrove, who died Dec. 13, 1906. Sarah Lovina Clark Colegrove was born at Marilla, N.Y., daughter of Horace Clark and Mary Temple Ran? Clark. She was educated at ?ville Seminary, Wells College and Mansfield State Normal School. Her early life was spent in the vicinity of Buffalo, N.Y. On Oct. 14, 1874, she was married to Walter Cloos , of Little Marsh, and to them were born four children - Horace Clark Cloos, of Lawrenceville; Harvey Walter Cloos, of Painted Post, N.Y.; Julia Mary (Mrs. Peter A. Knight) of Pontiac, Mich., and Helen Orcelia Cloos, who died Feb. 17, 1923. April 24, 1895, she was married to Henry B. Colegrove, of Lawrenceville, where she had since made her home. In her younger ?, Mrs. Colegrove was interested in educational work and maintained until the last an alertness ...all current matters. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Peter Van?, of Elkland, assisted by D. L. Pitts, of Addison. Mrs. Colegrove is survived by her three children, five granddaughters and several nieces and nephews. (Left edge of article was cut off when filmed)
CLOOS HELEN Orcelia
The Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA., Wednesday, February 21, 1923
The People of Lawrenceville were greatly shocked by the death of Miss Helen Cloos at the St James Mercy Hospital in Hornell, where she graduated and had been a nurse for several years. Miss Cloos was born in Chatham, about 35 years ago. She taught school several years in this place, having moved here with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Colegrove, when a child... She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Sarah Colegrove of this place; one sister, Mrs. Maria Albert, of Owosso, Mich.; 2 brothers, Harvey of Canisteo, and Horace of this place. The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m.
CLOSE Charles E
Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA--Wednesday, March 10, 1920
Charles E. Close, aged about 45 years, night watchman at Lawrenceville, was found dead in his rooms over the B. L. Fletcher hardware store in that borough, about 2:30 pm last Wednesday by Timothy Donovan. On Monday Mr. Close has asked Mr. Donavan to take his place for a few days as he intended to go away. Mr. Donavan went to see him and found him dead. Close was dressed ready to go out and by appearances had been examining his revolver, when it discharged, shooting him through the eye ball. It is thought that the accident happened Monday night. A gas fire was found burning in the room. Mr. Close was sitting in front of the fire with a light in the room burning and with his hat and overcoat on. He held the revolver in his hand. Coronor William F. White, M. D., of Wellsboro was called and after an investigation pronounced death accidental. Mr. Close had not been seen since Monday night. It is thought that he went to his rooms around midnight for lunch as was his custom, and while looking over the revolver which he carried while on duty, the gun was accidently discharged. District Attorney Charles M Elliott, Sheriff Husted and State Policeman E, H. Cameron went to Lawrenceville and made, a thorough investigation of the affair, examined all witnesses and found that all the facts pointed to accidental death. The revolver belonged to the First National Bank of Lawrenceville, who loaned the gun to Nightwatchman Close. He was in the habit of cleaning the revolver often and was frequently seen to handle the gun carelessly. He was also in the employ of B. L. Fletcher. Charles E. Close, aged about 43 and had many friends who regret his unfortunate death. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. William Grinnell of Driftwood, PA and one brother, James Close of Lawrenceville. Interment in Powers Cemetery.
The Agitator, Wellsboro, Tioga, PA, Wednesday, April 9, 1941
THE LATE GALUSHA GROW CLOSE
In the space of little more than half a year, death removed from this world of the living two people whose influence among those who were privileged to know them, will continue so long as memory remains. On January 7, 1859, there was born to Reuben and Harriet (Lockwood) Close, of Chatham Twp, Tioga Co., PA., a son who was given the name, Galusha Grow, but was always known as Grow Close. A few months later, May 26, and in the adjoining township of Farmington was born the little girl whose life was to be so closely united with his for over 50 years. She was the daughter of Charles and Lucretia (Babcock) Weeks, and received the name of Ruie, a melodious variation of the Biblical name Zeruah. Both attended the district schools but as Charles Weeks entered the ministry of the Methodist church when Ruie was 6 yrs. old, she became acquainted with several school systems on the various charges to which her father was appointed. As they grew older, both young people wished to improve their talents beyond the opportunity given by the local schools, and Grow attended a business college at Mansfield, and Ruie went to Mansfield, then called a normal school, for a year or two. In the early 1880's Ruie Weeks went to teach the school in the Close district in Chatham. There the young couple met and were so strongly attracted by the sterling character, each of the other, that it was not long before they decided to continue life's journey together. They were married March 4, 1885, at the home of the bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. C. D. Northrop, in Troupsburg Twp, NY, The wedding ceremony was solemnized by Rev. Charles Weeks, and the young couple went to live on the Weeks farm in Farmington in the old house, part a log structure, where Ruie was born. There they made their home for 5 years, and in the spring of 1890 bought the farm in Lawrence Twp where the greater part of their 55 years together was spent. In the community, they were leaders in every good word and work. As superintendent of the Sunday School, class leader and member of the official board, Grow Close was closely identified with the church at Tompkins. When they moved to the twp., services were held in the school house, and the present attractive white church building that stands near the school grounds is to a great extent a monument to the devotion and sacrifice of this couple. Both were teachers in the church school for many years, Mrs. Close was active in the Ladies Aid Society and they were generous contributors to every call of the many branches of church work, local, national and international. Lawrenceville cemetery
COATS Ruth E
Wellsboro Gazette – March 16, 1983
MRS. DEAN SHORT - Mrs. Ruth E. Short, 61, wife of Dean Short, of Tioga RD, died about 5 a.m. Thursday, March 10, 1983, at her home following a lengthy illness. Born March 17, 1921, in Ulysses, Potter County, she was a daughter of Delbert and Clara Quackenbush Coats. She was a member of Lindley, N Y Community Church. Mrs. Short was a member of Corning Women's Bowling Assn., Corning, NY for many years. Surviving, besides her husband and father, of Lawrenceville RD 1 are four daughters: Mrs. Diane Hazlett, of Lake Jackson, Texas; Mrs. Sonya Guinnip, of Elkland; Mrs. Connie Lovell, of Smethport, and Mrs. Patricia Deats, of Lawrenceville RD 1; two sons, Gary, of Bath, NY and Donald of Wichita, Texas; four brothers, Ralph Coats, of Scio, NY; Harold Coats, of Germania; Duane Coats, of Greenwood, NY and Bernard (Bill) Coats, of Lawrenceville RD 1; three sisters, Mrs. Doris Cheeseman, of Greenwood, NY; Mrs. Myrtle Johnson, of Knoxville, and Mrs. Betty Pals, of Effingham, IL.; and sixteen grandchildren. The funeral was held Saturday at the church. Burial was in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville. The Rev Rodney J. Lutz, of Ephrata, her former pastor officiated. Memorial donations may be made to the Robert Packer Cancer Research Fund.
CHARLES W. COBURN –The funeral of Charles W. Coburn of 418 ½ Schuyler Avenue, Elmira Heights was held in the Barnes Funeral home at Lawrenceville, Pa., today (April 1930) at 2 p.m. Burial was in the Lawrenceville, Pa. Cemetery. –Elmira paper April 1930
COLBY George Byron
Wellsboro Agitator - April 13, 1932
George Byron Colby, aged 70 years, of Corning, formerly of Lawrenceville, died April 4. He was born Sept. 27, 1861, in Corning, and was employed by the Fall Brook Railroad for many years, later conducting a lumber and coal business and furniture store. He became President of the First National Bank of Lawrenceville, and from 1894 to 1897 served as Burgess. He left this office in March of the latter year to become the following June a member of the School Board. He also served for some time as Justice of the Peace. Mr. Colby married Jessie Tremaine, of Lawrenceville. He was a member of the Episcopal church at Lawrenceville and of Lawrence Lodge, No. 913, I. O. O. F. , Lawrenceville, Pa., of which he was a Past Noble Grand. Besides his widow, he is survived by one son, Ralph, at home. The funeral was held Thursday, Rev. Francis F. Lynch, of Corning, officiating; burial at Lawrenceville.
COLE - BROCKWAY Joanne D.
Age 85, of the Carleton Senior Care Home, Wellsboro, PA, formerly of Lawrenceville, PA died
Sunday, May 23, 2010 at her residence. She was born November 9, 1924 in Lawrenceville, PA, the daughter of Arland Margaret Perry Cole. She was a member of the Lawrenceville Fire Dept. Ladies Aux. and she worked for many years for Brackley's Shurfine Market, Lawrenceville, PA. She is survived by sons, Tom (Cindy) Brockway, Gang Mills, NY, Jim (Pam) Brockway, Lawrenceville, PA, and Perry (Paula) Brockway, West Chazy, NY; sister Eleanor Rayle, Punxsutawney, PA; nine grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Andy Brockway and sisters, Jean Hackett, Pat Owlett and Sydnie Bergh. Private funeral services will be conducted at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in Powers Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. The family will provide flowers and in lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Carleton Senior Care Home, #10 West Avenue, Wellsboro, PA #16901. Arrangements are in care of Kenyon Funeral Home Inc., #214 West Main Street, Elkland, PA #16920. – Elmira Star Gazette, May 25, 2010
COLEGROVE Henry B
Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA-- Wednesday, December 19, 1906
Mr. Henry B. Colegrove, aged 74, a highly esteemed resident of Lawrence township, died suddenly about 2 a.m. on Friday at his home at Tompkins, about 3 miles from Lawrenceville. He was for many years engaged in the lumber business and served 2 terms as County Commissioner, from January 1st, 1897 to January 1st, 1903. He was a man of the strictest integrity and enjoyed the respent and esteem of all who knew him. Mr. Colegrove was born at Troupsburg, NY, April 25, 1832. When he was 2 years old, his parents removed to Cortland County, NY and five years later they settled in Lawrence township, where Mr. Colegrove had since resided. He commenced lumbering in the early days and ran log rafts down the Cowanesque River to Painted Post, NY for many years. He served with great credit during the Civil War in a New York state regiment and was present at the surrender of Lee at Appomattox. Soon after the war he formed a partnership with Mr. C S Mather in the lumber business, the firm of Mather & Colegrove being for many years a prominent one in this region. Mr. Colegrove was one of the leading citizens of Lawrence township and always took an active interest in public affairs. He held many township offices and was always public spirited and progressive. He was twice married; his second wife, one son, Delos of Tompkins, and one daughter, Mrs. Charles Stage of Lawrenceville survive him. Funeral services were held on Monday and were largely attended. Phil Holland Post, of Lawrenceville, conducted the services at the grave and Rev. Henry Goodrich of Nelson preached the funeral sermon. Many Wellsboro people attended the funeral.
COLEGROVE Sarah L
LAWRENCEVILLE, March 27,1880 - Last Tuesday the people of Lawrenceville were thrown into great excitement by a double tragedy. Mr. Sidney Green, a man 28 years of age, living two miles west of this village on the river road leading to Nelson, on the south side of the river, shot and killed his wife, Sarah, woman 23 years of age and daughter of Mr. H. B. Colgrove. The crime was committed about 5 o'clock in the afternoon at the house of Mr. John Nelson, who lives at the foot of Slawson hill and near the residence of Mr. Colgrove, the father of the murdered woman. Soon after killing his wife Green put an end to his own life by shooting himself in the head. It appears as near as I can learn that Mrs. Green ran away from home six years ago to marry Green, being helped from her father's house by one Emery Colgrove, her cousin. She lived with her husband only two or three weeks, when for some cause she left him and went West with this cousin Emery. It is said she returned here four years ago and met Mr. Green once or twice during that visit, but returned to her Western home in a short time. She came home again to her father's on the 9th instant, and Mr. Green had an interview with her last Tuesday at Mr. Nelson's house, when he shot her through the breast. She turned and ran into the road and fell down and Green followed her and shot her twice through the head one ball striking her at the left side of the nose about an inch below the eye, and the other a little to the right of the first, at the base of the nose. Either of these wounds would have produced death, and from the effects of all three of them, Mrs. Green died almost instantly. Green fled from the scene of his crime in the direction of Lawrenceville, and when about 25 rods from his victim he was met by her father, Mr. Colgrove, and Mr. William Davis. He then deliberately placed the revolver he had used to shoot his wife at his own temple and sent a bullet through his brain. The shot passed in the right temple and lodged in the brain, causing death within an hour. Mrs. Green's body was removed to her father's house and that of Green was taken to the residence of Mr. Harris, in this village. A Coroner's jury was called and inquest was held, the verdicts being that Mrs. Sarah Green came to her death by a pistol shot fired by Mr. Sidney Green, and that Mr. Sidney Green met his death from a pistol shot discharged by his own hand. Mrs. Green leaves two children. Mr. Emery Colgrove was summoned by telegraph to attend the funeral of Mrs. Green, which takes place today at eleven o'clock a.m.
FREDERICK R. CORNELL, 82 of Knoxville, Friday, Jan. 11, 1963. He was a former member of Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church, retired glass cutter. Survived by wife, Mrs. Lizzie Cornell; son, Hugh of Knoxville; two grandchildren. Body at Griggs Funeral Home, Knoxville. Calling hours today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral there Monday at 2 p.m. the Rev. James Reynolds. Lawrenceville Cemetery. –Elmira Star-Gazette 1/13/1963
Hugh A. Cornell, 64, of Knoxville died Monday, April 17th, 1972 in the Roswell Park Memorial Institute at Buffalo, N.Y., where he had been a patient for a number of weeks. Mr. Cornell owned and operated a service station in Knoxville for many years. Funeral and committal services were held at the Kenyon Funeral Home in Elkland this morning (Thursday) at 11 o’clock, with the Rev. Robert J. Bracey, pastor of the Knoxville Baptist Church, officiating. The family received callers at the funeral home Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 o’clock. Mr. Cornell was a native of Lawrenceville. He was born on March 23rd, 1908 the son of Frederick and Lizzie (Tremaine) Cornell. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his wife, Elrene; a son, Hugh A. Cornell Jr., at home; daughter, Mrs. John W. (Grace) Streett of Alfred, N.Y. and a granddaughter, Lisl Streett. The family requests that donations or memorials be made to the American Cancer Society.
Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA - Wed., Dec. 26, 1923, Pg 1
MAN FOUND DEAD IN ROAD
William Cornell, of Mitchell Creek, Struck and Killed by Car Saturday Night [12/22/1923]. William Cornell, aged about 68 years, of Mitchell Creek, was found dead in the road near his home Saturday night about 6:45 o'clock, by Ernest Miller, of Corning, who reported to District Attorney Charles M. Elliott, Sheriff E. G. Kelts and Coroner W. F. White, of Wellsboro, who were summoned to the scene of the accident to make an investigation. Mr. Miller said he saw the body of Mr. Cornell in the road and stopped to investigate, finding the man dead, but the body still warm. He immediately reported the accident. Neighbors, Mrs. Jeptha Hughes, Mrs. Simeon Hughes, and Mrs. Cornell, wife of the deceased, all happened to be looking down the road about this time and saw what they supposed was the light from the lantern carried by Mr. Cornell. This light suddenly disappeared and about the same time a car passed. Mr. Cornell is survived by his widow and one daughter, Mrs. Evelyn McCarrick.
CROFFUT Edgar C.
Edgar C. Croffut died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Croffut, in Lawrenceville, Saturday evening at 9:15 o’clock, after a long illness. About a year ago, while employed at the Ingersoll-Rand Co.’s plant in Painted Post, N.Y., he suffered from an attack of influenza, after which tuberculosis developed. He was born at Tompkins, Pa., 38 years ago, but had been a resident of Lawrenceville during the past few years. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Croffut, one son, Percy J. Croffut, one brother, Walter Croffut, of Geneva, N.Y., and one sister, Mrs. Louise Cameron of Lawrenceville; also by his grandfather James Kettle, who recently passed his 100th birthday. The funeral will be held at his home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Rev. J.M. Broadwell, pastor of the Alliance church, will officiate, assisted by Rev. D.L. Pitts, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church. Interment will take place in the family plot in Powers cemetery. Wellsboro Agitator, 24 September 1919.
CROWL John P
Evening Leader, Corning, NY - Wednesday, July 2, 1952
Lawrenceville, PA - John C. Crowl of Lawrenceville died Tuesday at the Wilkinson Nursing Home, Wellsboro, at the age of 82. He is survived by a brother, Daniel Crowl, and a sister, Mrs. Charles Jackson, both of Lawrenceville. The body was taken to the Bastian and Kuhl Funeral Home, Wellsboro, and will be removed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John DeWolf, Lawrenceville, where private prayer services will be held Thursday with Father Smith, rector of the Lawrenceville Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be in Bowers Cemetery, Lawrenceville.
CUSHING Kenneth Howard
Age 58, of Tioga, PA, died Wednesday, January 23, 2008, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Elmira, NY. Ken was born March 3, 1949, in Blossburg, PA, a son of Arnold and Lorraine Cushing. Kenneth was the husband of Sandra L. (Burrows) Cushing. Kenneth loved and enjoyed his grandchildren, the outdoors, his garage and stock cars. Kenneth is survived by his wife, Sandra; a son, Randy Cushing; daughters, Robin (Andrew) Robbins and Ronda "Sisser" (Chuck) Downey; grandchildren, Curtis, Cory, Nicholas, Heather, Brian, Chaz and Andrew; brothers, Virgil and Maynard Cushing; sisters, Gloria Clemens, Penny Cushing, Marlene Gillett, Sandra Thorpe, Jeanne Passeri, Pauline Six; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a son, Kenneth, Jr.; and a brother, Ronald Cushing. Family and friends are invited to call on Saturday, January 26, 2008, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at the Jacquelyn A. Buckheit Funeral Chapel, Crematory & Monuments, PC, 637 S. Main St., Mansfield, PA. Funeral services will be held immediately following the calling hours at 3:00 p.m. with Rev. Richard Berg officiating. Burial will be in Powers Cemetery.
DAILEY Dora May
Wellsboro Gazette - March 20, 1947
Mrs. Dora May Shellman, 76, died at her home in Lawrenceville on March 14. She had been ill for a long time. Mrs. Shellman was a member of the Methodist Church, and was born in Farmington township July 19, 1870, the daughter of James and Dimmus French Dailey. She is survived by one son, Clyde Shellman of Hornell; three daughters, Mrs. Darwin P. Horton, Mrs. William E. Mailer, both of Lawrenceville and Mrs. Nida Davis, of Buffalo; one sister, Mrs. Claude Veley, of Geneva, and ten grandchildren. The body was at the Kuhl Funeral Home and was taken Sunday to the late family home, where a prayer service was held Tuesday, with the funeral in the Methodist Church, Rev. Mabel B. Johnson, pastor, officiating: interment was in Lawrenceville cemetery.
DAILEY, Norman M. – Norman M. Dailey, an old resident of Tioga and vicinity, died on Saturday, the first of November, at the home of H.S. Fisk, of this place. The funeral was held on Monday, the local lodge of the I.O.O.F. having charge of the services. The funeral sermon was preached by Rev. Charles W. Blount, of the M.E. church; interment in the Lawrenceville cemetery. Mr. Dailey is survived by one brother, William D. Dailey, of Bolivar, N.Y., and by four grandchildren. Those from out-of-town who attended the funeral were: Misses Alice and Clara Rebber and Herbert Dailey, of Elmira; W.L. Lynch, of Corning; Mrs. Merritt Dailey and Mrs. Clyde Leach, of Elkland. Wellsboro Agitator, 12 November 1919
DOUD - Charles S. Doud, [SRGP 09251] ages 81, died Nov. 10  at his home in this place, following an illness of a short duration. He was born in Mainesburg, March 15, 1860, son of Robert and Eleanor Doud. He married on Sept. 16, 1883 to Miss Hattie Abels, who survives him, together with three daughters, Mrs. Frank Button of Campbell; Mrs. Joseph Farley of Lawrenceville and Mrs. Hazel Reynolds of Corning and by two sons, Gary Doud of North Rose, NY, and Hobert Doud of Elmira and by several nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The funeral was held at the home last Thursday. Rev. Lloyd Morris, pastor of the Grace Gospel Church of this place officiating. Burial was in the Lawrenceville Cemetery. -Wellsboro Gazette, Nov. 20, 1941
HOBERT E. DOUD
Hobert E. Doud, 57, of Lawrenceville RD 1, died Wednesday, May 26, 1970 at his home. He was born in Lawrenceville on March 9, 1919, the son of Hobert and Amy Reep Doud. Mr. Doud was a World War II veteran, having served in Newfoundland. He was a member of East Lawrenceville Baptist Church. Mr. Doud was a retired farmer. He was employed by the Ingersoll Rand Co., Painted Post, NY, for 19 years. Surviving are his wife, the former Eloise Shoemaker; a daughter, Mrs. Charlene McCann, of Elmira Heights, NY; a sister, Mrs. Eloise Ungvarsky, of Horseheads, NY, and a grandchild. The funeral was held Saturday in the church at East Lawrenceville. Burial was in East Lawrenceville Cemetery. The Rev. Ellis Gist, his pastor, officiated. (Wellsboro Gazette, Wellsboro, PA, Wed. June 2, 1976)
Lawrenceville, Tioga Co., PA
HOBERT R. DOUD age 75 of the Old Hickory Rd. in Wayne, N.Y. Sunday, January 25, 1976 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Elmira after an extended illness. Friends may call at the Carpenter Funeral Home, Corning Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. where funeral and committal service will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. Burial in Lawrenceville Cemetery. He is survived by wife, Mrs. Amy E. Reep; daughter, Mrs. Michael Unqvarsky of Horseheads RD 2; son, Hobert E. Doud of Lawrenceville, Pa.; sisters, Mrs. Eula Longwell of Elmira and Mrs. Maude Earley of Lawrenceville; four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Mr. Doud was a member of the American Legion Post No. 1208 in Wayne and also Veterans of World War I Barrack No. 878 in Elmira. –Elmira Star-Gazette 1/27/1970
DOUD, Ward Leroy – Lawrenceville, Nov. 17 – Ward Leroy Doud, the twelve-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Doud, was killed Sunday morning by being crushed between two freight cars. He had carried his father’s dinner to the condenser, then came up to watch the huge crane work near the depot. After being crushed, he was rushed to Eaton’s hotel, where he died in a few minutes. He is survived by his parents, one sister and three brothers. The funeral will be held Wednesday, interment will be in Powers cemetery. Wellsboro Agitator, 19 November 1919.
DRAKE Hazel M.
82, of Lawrenceville, PA, died July 3, 2010 at Broad Acres Nursing Home, Wellsboro, PA. She was born September 30, 1927 in Chemung, NY, the daughter of Ernest and Mary Perry Drake. Hazel is survived by two brothers, James Drake of Horseheads, NY, Clifford (Ruth) Drake of Lawrenceville, PA; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by two brothers, Glenn and Shirley. Friends are invited to call at the Gary Wilston Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 130 S. Main St., Mansfield, PA, Wednesday 12-1 p.m. Funeral services will follow there Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. Burial in Lawrenceville Cemetery. – Elmira Star Gazette, July 5, 2010