Mansfield PA and Richmond Township in Tioga County PA
Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania
Photo by Joyce M. Tice
Formatted & Published by Joyce M. Tice
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 and relatives. 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.
SRGP ID Added in parentheses by Joyce M .Tice if included in her Sullivan-Rutland Genealogy Project. If you are researching or descended from any of those so designated, it is requested that you share your research with Joyce's SRGP if you have not already done so. Please reference the SRGP ID and the page you found this on the site, when you write to me. For women listed under a married alias, I have provided her real name, if I know it.
BACKER - HAIGHT, SARAH MERIVA (SRGP 35980)
After an illness of about six weeks, Sarah Meriva, wife of Justice O. T. Haight, diedon Sunday last at their home, corner St. James and First streets. Mrs. Haight was born in 1846, and was a resident of Mansfield for more than twenty-five years. Only a week before her death, all her children were at her bedside. She is survived by her husband and seven children—Curtis B. Haight, of Juniata; George S. Haight, of Luthers Mills; Mrs. E. G. Reed, of Galeton; Mrs. Porter Bixby, of Troy; Mrs. J. H. Darrow, of Elmira, NY., and Mrs. C. T. Baldwin and Walter S. Haight, of Mansfield; also by three sisters and one brother—Mrs. Myron Mills of Mansfield; Mrs. J. A. Fellows, of Rochester, NY.; Mrs. Z. U. Weisz, of Damascus, Va.; and Capt. E. R. Backer, of Elmira, NY. Mrs. Haight was a faithful and consistent Christian, and for many years a member of the M. E. church. She was a loving wife and mother, a kind neighbor, and will be mourned by all who knew her. The funeral will be held this (Wednesday) afternoon at 1 o’clock from her late home, the Rev. A. W. Fenton officiating. Burial in Hope cemetery.
Mr. William W. Backer [SRGP 17004]
At Mansfield, Pa., October 13, 1891, Mr. William W. Backer, aged 67 years. (Tuesday, October 21, 1891, The Wellsboro Agitator, Wellsboro, Tioga Co, Pa.)
Backer, William W. [SRGP17004] d. Blossburg, age abt. 64, res. Of Rutland Twp., left wife, 2 sons & 2 daus. Peter, Caton, N.Y., Mrs. Rice & Emory, Elmira, N.Y. & Estella, Mansfield; also half-Sis. Mrs. Myron Mills, Mansfield [Mansfield Advertiser 1891 14-Oct]
A. WARD (SRGP 08349)
Mansfield and vicinity was shocked and grieved Monday when the news spread of the death of Ward Bailey, Carrier on Route Number Two out of Mansfield. Mr. Bailey had been suffering from the effects of a severe cold, but continued to make his rounds in his usual efficient manner. However, on one of the trips he became so ill that he could not complete his rounds and another carrier finished for him. Mr. Bailey grew rapidly worse, pneumonia developing and Monday morning about three o’clock he died. A. Ward Bailey was the son of Wesley and Fanny Gertrude Hoard Bailey, and was born in Charleston on February 16, 1864. His boyhood days were passed in Charleston, where he attended the schools and later finished in the Mansfield Business college. He was married three times, his first wife being Mollie Urell; the second being Grace Sweet, both of whom are deceased. His third marriage was to Mrs. Ethel Stickler, who survives him, together with two sons by the second marriage, Llewellyn and Raymond Bailey, of Mansfield; four by the third marriage, Frances, Jeanette, Josephine and Donald, one step-son, Marvin Love, a step-daughter, Pretha Love; a brother, Dwight H. Bailey, of Mansfield, and a sister, Mrs. Sarah Josephine Grenolds, of Buffalo. Mr. Bailey had been a mail carrier for about fourteen years, and being a man of jolly and congenial nature he had made many friends, not only along the route he served, but among those whom he met in the course of daily life. The sympathy of all these is extended to the bereaved family. He was a member of Mansfield Grange and the Rural Carriers’ Association; also of the Mansfield Methodist Episcopal church. The funeral will be held today (Wednesday) from his late home, at three o’clock, the Reverend F. P. Simmons officiating. Interment will be in Prospect Cemetery.
Mansfield Advertiser 26th Aug 1885: Benjamin C. BAILEY died last Friday at Mansfield of Nervous prostration, age 37. Born Mansfield 27th Feb 1848, buried Hope Cemetery, Mansfield.(SRGP 31017)
Mansfield Advertiser 10th May 1876: Died Benjamin M. BAILEY in Elmira May 13th 59 yrs 4 mos 26 days of apoplexy. (SRGP 21564)
- Mrs. Betsy Lawrence (SRGP) 16677)
Her Death at the Remarkable Age of 101 Years
Mrs. Betsy Lawrence, than whom there were few older persons living in this part of the state, died at the home of her son, C. H. Lawrence, in this boro, about 4 o'clock last Sunday morning aged 100 years, 8 months and 14 days. Mrs Lawrence had been confined to her bed only since Thursday of last week. She conversed intelligently with members of the family Saturday afternoon and to all appearances, while unable longer to speak, retained control of her mental faculties to the hour of dissolution.
Mrs. Lawrence was born in the State of Massachusetts, on Feb. 11, 1791. She was the youngest of ten children equally divided between the sexes, of Mr. And Mrs. Robert Bailey. When eleven years old she accompanied her oldest brother, Roswell Bailey, to this county and continued to reside with him on a farm hewn from the wilderness near the present hamlet of Dartt Settlement until, a few years later, her parents left their New England home to take up their residence on one of the Bingham estate possessions embracing the farm near the mouth of Mill Creek, subsequently known as the Joseph Guernsey place. The house in which they lived was a rough log structure, and stood between the railroad tract of today and the Tioga river. Roswell Bailey, previously mentioned as the brother with who Mrs. Lawrence came to Pennsylvania, was the father of John W. Bailey, of Wellsboro; Mrs. Philip Williams, of this boro, and Clark, Robert, Benjamin, Wilson and Rockwell Bailey and Mrs. Richard Moore, all long since deceased. Among the near neighbors of the Bailey family at Mill Creek, was Lyman Adams, father of William Adams of this boro, who conducted a general store and carried on a saw mill in the neighborhood.. From the mouth of Mill Creek, which at the time of which we write was an important business centre, the Bailey family moved to the farm in Rutland, near the mouth of Bailey creek, now owned by William Lawrence, of this boro. In 1811 or 1812 the subject of this sketch was married to Jonathan Lawrence, a native of Connecticut, who had learned the hatter's trade in the east and for some years after coming to Pennsylvania manufactured the head gear for his fellow citizens both far and near. Soon after their marriage Mr. And Mrs. Lawrence moved to Columbia Flats, now Sylvania, just over the county line in Bradford county. Here they lived happily for nearly a quarter of a century, for many years conducting a hotel or old-time tavern. About the year 1840 they moved to the farm in Sullivan township subsequently owned by Nathan Palmer, where five years later, at the age of 63, Mr. Lawrence died, leaving to his windowed companion the care of their three oldest children; six other children having preceded their father to the great beyond. Those living were Caroline, (Mrs. Nathan Palmer) who died two years ago, aged 73, Herrick, who died in Mansfield in 1872, aged 47, and Mr. C. H. Lawrence, the youngest child, with who the aged lady has for several years made her home and at whose house her death occurred.The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the house and the remains interred in Hope cemetery, this boro.
Mansfield Advertiser, Sunday, October 21, 1891
See Also her 100th Birthday
BAILEY, Ellen [SRGP 31272] Williams, Ellen Bailey d. last Sat. in Lincoln, Neb., Bur. Mansfield, widow of Philip. In 88th yr., dau. Of Roswell Bailey, b. in Charleston [Mansfield Advertiser 1904 16-Nov]
BAILEY - ROSE
Jeannette B. (SRGP 17069) Age 89, of Mansfield, PA, died May 26, 2006 at the Green Home, Inc., Wellsboro, PA. She was born September 8, 1916, in Mansfield, PA, the daughter of A. Ward and Ethel Stickler Bailey. Jeannette was a retiree of Mansfield State College, and volunteered at Santa's Gift Bag. She was a member of the Daughters of American Colonists, Colonial Dames of the 17th Century, the DAR, the Descendants of Colonial Clergy, the Twin Tiers Genealogical Society, the Wellsboro Historical Society, and the Columbian Literary Exchange. Jeannette served as a literacy volunteer, and in 1986 was named BPW Woman of the year. She is survived by two stepsons, Ted Rose of Waurika, OK, James Rose of Ft. Worth, TX; and a stepdaughter, Shirley Benson in FL; a brother, Donald Bailey of Columbia, MO; and several nieces and nephews. Jeannette was predeceased by her husband, King, in 1981; two sisters, Frances Shea, and Josephine Hitchcock; a half-brother, Marvin Love; and a half-sister, Pretha Newton. In keeping with Jeannette's wishes there will be no funeral services. A service of Gary Wilston Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 18 N. Main St., Mansfield, PA. [Placed on this page with her parents obits - not buried Prospect]
BAILEY - Justice Burr R. Bailey, (Roswell Burr Bailey SRGP 31051) age 59, a civil war veteran, whose death at his home in Mansfield was announced in last week’s Agitator, was a half brother of Messrs. Myron F., Wallace J. and Frank W. Bailey of Wellsboro. His parents were Robert and Mary Holden Bailey and he was born in Richmond Township. The deceased served in the army during three years of the civil war, and after its close he was engaged in various pursuits, having been a storekeeper, a hotelkeeper and a dealer in farming machinery and tools. He was eventually appointed a Justice of the Peace in Mansfield and was afterwards elected three times to the office. He is survived by his wife and four sisters: Mrs. A.F. Gaylord of Blossburg; Mrs. Ananias Richmond of Mansfield; Mrs. George Baker of Rutland, and Mrs. George Bollands of Hornellsville. Mr. Bailey’s funeral on the 7th instant was under to auspices of General Mansfield Post, GAR, and the pallbearers were his three half-brother already named and three others, Messrs. Frederick Bailey of Elmira; Mr. Carl Bailey of Elkland, and Mr. Elton L. Bailey of Syracuse, NY. - Wellsboro Agitator, 16 July 1902,
- Mrs Charlotte Bailey Richmond (SRGP 11730) was born in Richmond township
and died at the home of her step daughter, Mrs M.H. Shepard, on Extension
street, Mansfield, Pa., Tuesday, February 1st., at the age of 75 years.
Pneumonia was the immediate cause of her death, her illness having been less
than one week. Mrs Richmond was the widow of Ananias Richmond, to whom she was
married October 11, 1899, and who preceded her to the better world May 23,
1910. She is survived by the following sis ters and brothers: Mrs George
Hollands of Hornell; Mrs George Baker of Mansfield; Myron and Wallace Bailey of
Wellsboro; Carl and Elton Bailey of Elkland and Fred Bailey of Binghamton, N.
Mrs Richmond was a well educated and well informed woman. She graduated from
the Mansfield Classical Seminary and was a very successful school teacher for many
years. She was also the originator and first proprietor of the Mansfield Ladies
Novelty store, which she success fully conducted for several years. Mrs
Richmond was of a beautiful Christian character, which found expression, not
only on loyal ty to her church and its special enterprises, but also in loving
care arid arid even sacrificial generosity for the good and comfort or others.
in her early life she was convert a and united with the Methodist Episcopal
church or Mansfield or which she continued a faithful and devoted member till
the time or her death She was always found in her place in the public worship
when health permitted; in tact, was present at the Sunday service, one week
before her death tier delight was in the -Law or the Lord. -She took delight in
the House of the Lord and her gifts for the local needs and the world-wide
Kingdom were munificent compared with her ability. many are those who rise up
and call her blessed. Her funeral was held from the First Methodist Episcopal
church, at 1:00 o-clock p.m. February 4th, the pastor of the church Rev. Dr. A.
W. Battey officiating, with interment in Prospect cemetery.
Bailey[SRGP 31061], Photographer
BAILEY, FRED L. (SRGP 13340)
BAILEY Gordon L. [SRGP 61210] – Mansfield Sailor Met Accidental Death on U.S.S. Troy. The body of Gordon L. Bailey was sent to Mansfield from Brooklyn for burial, the services being held July 5 at 2 p.m. from the home of his brother, John Bailey, Rev. Norman J. Mecklem, of the Baptist church, officiating, soldier friends of the deceased acting as pallbearers. Gordon L. Bailey was born in Mansfield 19 years ago, a son of the late Freeman Bailey, and besides his mother is survived by three brothers, John, Leon and Ralph. He had had considerable military experience, having been a member of the 19th Cavalry at Ft. Ethan Allen, and the 77th Field Artillery at Camp Selby, Miss. He was honorably discharged from service, but soon afterward enlisted in the navy and went to Great Lakes naval Training Station, afterwards to the battleship Kentucky, serving in the naval line near Brest until the armistice sent most of the fellows home. He was sent to Great Lakes again, and had been expecting his discharge, but instead was assigned to the S.S. Troy, engaged in bringing home troops. On the 20th of June he wrote from Brest that he was on his way over and hoped to receive his discharge soon afterward and be able to come home to care for his widowed mother. On the 26th he met accidental death, from suffocation in a coal bunker, the exact details of which are not yet obtainable. From a notation on the box containing the casket and the fact that there were bruises upon his face and arms, it would seem that the coal in the bunker had become lodged, and he had made an effort to loosen it when it covered him over and in that way caused his death. The note said there was 15 feet of coal in the pit. July 2 - Mrs. Bailey received the telegram announcing his death. – Advertiser. Wellsboro Agitator 16 July 1919
JACK S. BAILEY, 70, Mansfield RR 3, died August 9, 1994, at Troy Community Hospital. He was born May 18, 1924, in Powell, a son of Aaron W. and Ethel I. Stone Bailey. Mr. Bailey was a member of Jessie L. Cooley Lodge No. 966 F&AM of Elmira; the Valley of Corning Consistory and the American Legion Post No. 945; was a veteran of World War II and a 21-year employee of the PA Electric Co., retiring in 1984. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Elizabeth (Betty) Putterbuagh Bailey; a brother and sister-in-law Richard D. and Patricia Bailey, LeRoy; a sister and brother-in-law, Marjorie J. and Francis Douglas, Towanda; a nephew and three nieces; and a step-daughter and son-in-law; Jean and Robert Maiso, Wharton, NJ. Funeral arrangements will be at a later date, under the direction of C. Haines Scureman Funeral Home, Mansfield. Memorial donations may be made to the Mansfield Free Library, 71 N. Main St., Mansfield, PA, or to the Canoe Camp Church of Christ Disciples of Church, RR 3, Mansfield, PA. Buried Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield.
BAILEY, Laura (SRGP 04875)- Mansfield Advertiser - Mrs. Laura Bartlett d. Mansfield Feb 8th, age 54 yrs., 6 mos., wife of Clark Bartlett, dau. Of V. Bailey of Chandlersburg; had: Manford of Colegrove, Pa., Effie (Mrs. Augustus Cass) of Mansfield, John of Knoxville; buried Hope Cemetery, Mansfield
Prudence BAILEY Goodall, age 72, (SRGP 69505) of Mansfield, Penna, Wednesday, August 2, 1972 at Blossburg State General Hospital. Friends are involved to call at the Shaw and Robena Funeral Home, Mansfield Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Recitation of the Rosary Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. Funeral services from the Holy Child Church Saturday at 11 a.m., Rev. Allen Conlan, Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Jean Rich of Mansfield, Mrs. Diane Sim of New Cumberland, Penna, Mrs. Mary Ann Clements of Lebanon, Penna., 10 grandchildren; one great grandson; brother Leo J. Bailey of Treble, N.Y.; sister Mrs. Frances Heinrich of Cross Forks, Penna. Mrs. Goodall was a life long resident of Mansfield and communicant of Holy Child Church in Mansfield. She was a member of American Legion Mansfield and a member of Ladies auxiliary of VFW of Mansfield. She was one of the Gold Star Mothers of Mansfield.
BAILEY – RAYMOND C. BAILEY, (SRGP 17067) 63, of Mansfield, died Tuesday, August 8, 1961 at the Veterans Hospital in Syracuse, NY. He was a veteran of World War I and II. Survived by mother, Mrs. Ethel B. Bailey of Mansfield; sisters, Mrs. Maxwell D. Newton of Mansfield, Mrs. Raymond Shea of Miami, FL, Mrs. King g. Rose and Mrs. Wendall Hitchcock, both of Mansfield; brothers, Llewellyn Bailey, address unknown, Marvin Love of Mansfield; Donald Bailey of Warsaw, NY. Funeral service will be held Thursday at 2 pm at the Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, Mansfield, the Rev. Donald Cronk officiating. Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery.
Richard Bailey, 38, a former resident of Mansfield died Friday, Sept. 8, 1950, in Salem, Ore. Surviving are his wife, Louella, a daughter, Sandra and a son, Joseph at home and his mother, Mrs. Addie Bailey of Covington. Services were held Tuesday at Mansfield, the Rev. Paul Fattaruso officiating; burial in Prospect Cemetery.
BAILEY, Robert [SRGP 16949] d. Richmond Twp. last Friday in 77th yr. Left large family incl.: Mrs. George Hollands, Hornellsville, N.Y., Mrs. George Baker, Rutland, Mrs. Alex Gaylord, Blossburg, B.R. of Mansfield, Miss Charlotte Bailey, Middletown, CT & 6 still at home, buried in Mansfield [Mansfield Advertiser 1884 22-Oct]
BAILEY, Roger [SRGP 34880] - Roger Bailey, 64, of Chiefland, Fla., died Monday, Jan. 23, 1984, at North Florida Regional Hospital, Gainesville, Fla., following a short illness. Born in Penn Yan, NY, he was the son of Stanley and Netta Bailey. Seven years ago, he had moved to Chiefland, Fla. from Mansfield. A math and physics teacher, he has taught in the public school system, retiring in 1975 from Hilton Central School, Hilton, NY after teaching there for ten years. Before that, he had taught at Clearwater, Fla. High School. He was a member of the New York State Retired Teachers Association and the American Association of Retired Persons in Chiefland. Mr. Bailey was a member of the Friendship Methodist Church in Clearwater and the Waverly, NY Masonic Lodge. Surviving are: his wife, Jean Bailey of Chiefland; four daughter, Jacquelin Crittenden and Virginia Phillips, both of Mansfield; Jerry Gallo of Brooksville, Fla., and Jan Castelgrande of Johnstown; two sister, Carol Banks of Mansfield and Phyllis Boyd of Canandaigua, NY; and nine grandchildren. The funeral memorial service was held in Chiefland and interment services will be held at a later date in Mansfield. - Wellsboro Gazette, February 1, 1984, p.10
Ross B [SRGP 31711]
Ross B. Bailey 82 of 75 East Main St Mansfield died Thursday December 13, 1979, in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro. Born November 1, 1897 in Mansfield, he was the son of Dwight and Sadie Bowen Bailey. Mr. Bailey was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Mansfield. He also was a member of the Rural Letter Carriers Association, Friendship Lodge F&AM and the Coudersport, Consistory. He served in the Marine Corps in France and Germany during World War I. He married the Mildred L. Whittaker in 1920. She died in 1974. Surviving are his second wife, the former Stella Whittaker; two sons, Laurence of Shinglehouse and Leonard of Elmira, NY; a sister, Mrs. Joseph Hayden of Wellsboro, five grandchildren and four great grandchildren. The funeral was held Saturday, December 15, 1979, at the Kuhl Funeral Home in Mansfield. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. The Rev. David L. Weaver, his pastor officiated.
BAILEY, Thomas Hancock (SRGP 31036) - Memories of: Thomas operated a grist mill in 1889. He owned and operated a foundry in Mansfield. He was a member of the council for 9 years and of the school board for 6 years. He was a trustee of the State Normal School for 18 years. He was elected County Commissioner in 1890. He purchased the Hotel Allen in Mansfield in 1890. He served as Postmaster of Mansfield and as Burgess. Reminiscences: Frances Bailey (Shea) remembers that he had only one arm. At the dinner table he told her not to mash all her potatoes unless she was going to eat all of them. He ate his potatoes with butter and milk, not gravy. He was a tall and stately gentleman.
BAILEY Thomas Hancock Bailey [SRGP 31036] Died Saturday
Prominent Citizen of Tioga County for Many Years – Funeral Monday
Thomas Hancock Bailey, aged 82 years, died Saturday, October 7, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J.F. O’Donnell, in New York, after a brief illness, although he had been in failing health for some time. He was born in Charleston township, Tioga County, PA, Dec. 1, 1839, the fourth son of the late Clark and Vesta Judd Bailey. He was reared on the homestead farm. Obtained a common school education, and after attaining manhood he purchased a gristmill from his father, which he operated until 1889. In 1866 he and his brother, Justus W., bought their father’s sawmill, and few years later they also bought the foundry at Mansfield. A short time afterwards, Thomas H. purchased his brother’s interest in both industries, but the mills were swept away by the flood of June 1889, entailing upon Mr. Bailey a heavy loss. He purchased several large tracts of timberlands at different periods. Mr. Bailey married, September 30, 1868, Josephine Hillier, a daughter of John Hillier, of Larry’s Creek, Lycoming Count, who died Sept, 28, 1906. Mr. Bailey was a member of the Mansfield Methodist Episcopal Church, the F&AM and the IOOF. In politics, he was a life-long Republican, and for many years was one of the local leaders in his party. He was burgess of Mansfield for several years; a member of the council for nine years, and a member of the school board for six years. For eighteen years he was one of the trustees of the State Normal School at Mansfield, in which institution he always took a deep interest. In the autumn of 1890 he was elected County Commissioner, and moved his family to Wellsboro the following spring. He was re-elected in the fall of 1893, and served until the close of 1896. He then purchased the Hotel Allen, in Mansfield, and took charge of that house in April 1897, of which he was proprietor for many years. He was Postmaster at Mansfield for two terms. Mr. Bailey is survived by two children – Sarah, wife of J.F. O’Donnell, of New York, and Dr. Harry W. Bailey, of Wellsboro; also by two grandsons, Thomas and Frank Bailey; also one sister, Mrs. Emily Clark, of Denver, Colorado, and one brother, J.M Bailey, of Charleston. The funeral was held at the Methodist church in Mansfield Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock; interment at Mansfield. – Wellsboro Agitator, October 11, 1922
BAILEY - Mrs. Vesta Bailey King [SRGP 31015] died at her home in Mansfield on April 12 . She was the widow of the late Mart King. Her age was 63 years. Mrs. King is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Edna King, and two granddaughters, at home, and two brothers, George Bailey of Mansfield, and Morris Bailey of Colorado. The funeral service was held at the home last week Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Rev. M.H. Ake officiated; burial in Prospect cemetery on Tuesday. - Wellsboro Agitator, April 24, 1912
Elias Baity, 90 (SRGP 04344) died May 1, 1948, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. William Cady, in Richmond Township. A son of Elias and Betsy Frost Baity, he was born July 21, 1857, in Frost settlement, Sullivan Township. Dec. 27, 1877, he married Miss Alice A. Whitaker. He had lived for 63 years on the farm on which she died. He was a member of the Elk Run Grange and Dairyman's League. To those who knew Mr. Baity knew that his clean living and fine standing speak for themselves and his high standing in the community. Surviving are his daughter, Mrs. Cady; sons, Ralph, of Covington, and Earl, of Street, Md., seven grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Shaw & Robena Funeral home, the Rev. William A. Joel officiating. Burial in Prospect Cemetery.
BAITY – MRS. MAUDE A. BAITY CADY, 81, (SRGP 16253) of
Mansfield RD 1, died Sunday, June 24, 1962. She was the widow of William Cady.
She was a member of the Canoe Camp Church of Christ, Disciples. Survived by
daughter, Mrs. Frank Magor of Monroeville, PA; sons, Kenneth and Hugh of
Mansfield, Donald of Miami, FL; brother, Earl Baity of Street, MD; 11
grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral service was held at Church of
Christ, Disciples on Wednesday at 2 pm, the Rev. Frank Magor and the Rev. Otto
Marshall officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield.
Ralph B. BAITY (SRGP 16252)
Ralph B. Baity, Ralph B. Baity, 69, former Tioga County Commissioner That, died Wednesday, July 21, 1948, at his home in Covington. He had medication at the Blossburg State hospital and had just returned home apparently much improved. A son of Elias and Alice Whitaker Baity, he was born in Charleston Township, Dec. 4, 1879. He attended the Township school And Mansfield State Normal School. He served to terms as Tioga County Commissioner, from 1924 to 1932, and at the time of his death was chief assessor of Tioga County, serving the second four-year term. A prominent farmer, he was active in farmer's organizations. He was its past master of North Elk RunGrange, past noble grand of Covington Lodge Of Odd Fellows and had served as an elder of the Covington Church of Christ and as chairman of the church board. While serving as County Commissioner Mr. Baity won the confidence in friendship of the public through his fairness in sympathetic interest in those who were indeed Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mabel Crowe Baity, son Freal, of Covington; grandson; brother, Earl of Maryland; sister, Mrs. William Cady, of Covington, and three step children, Mrs. Kathryn Love, of Mansfield; Mrs. Betty Campman, of Covington, and Ira Crowe, of Covington; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Saturday at 3 p.m. at the church of Christ Covington Rev. William_________officiating
BAITY - Ralph B. Baity, aged 69 years, of Covington a former Tioga County Commissioner, died at his home Wednesday evening, July 21 , about 10 o’clock. He had just returned from the Blossburg Hospital where he received treatments. At the time of his death Mr. Baity had been serving as Chief Assessor for Tioga county. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mabel E. Crowe Baity, one son, Fred Baity of Covington, and one grandson, Richard Baity, one brother, Earl, of Street, Md., sister, Mrs. Maude Cady, of Mansfield RD, three step children, Mrs. Katherine Love, of Mansfield, Mrs. Betty Campman of Covington, and Ira Crowe of Towanda. The funeral was held Saturday at the Covington Church of Christ, Rev. W. A. Joel officiating; burial in Prospect cemetery at Mansfield. - Wellsboro Agitator, 28 July 1948
BAKER – FRED B. BAKER, (SRGP 13812) 88 of Mansfield RD 2, died Saturday, Oct. 29, 1960. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Henry Broadfield, Mansfield RD 2 and Mrs. Mary Hay of New York City; 3 grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, Mansfield, Tuesday at 2 pm, the Rev. William Jenkins officiated. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield.
Star Gazette, March 1975
BAKER, George R. (SRGP 85477)
Age 82 years of Wellsboro RD 3, Monday, March 3, 1975 at his home. Friends are invited to call at the Kuhl Funeral Home, Mansfield, Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. Funeral there Wednesday 1 pm. Rev. H. Allen Smith officiating. Burial in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. Survived by wife, Mrs. Ella Gleason Baker; two daughters, Mrs. Walter (Margaretta) Swezey, Mansfield, PA, Miss Evelyn Baker of New York City; two sons, Clarence A. Baker, Covington, PA, Walter Baker, Mansfield RD 2; one step-son, Foster H. Gleason of Wellsboro; three step-daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Walker of Westfield, PA, Mrs. Grace Southard of Middlebury, PA RD 1, Mrs. Mary Etta Mosher of Pine City, NY; nine grandchildren; one great-grandchild; 24 step-grandchildren; 37 step great-grandchildren; 2 step-great-great-grandchildren. He was a carpenter in the area for a number of years; born June 6, 1892 the son of John and Elizabeth Schmidt Baker.
BAKER, GEORGE (SRGP 13814)
George Baker died on Friday last at the family home in First street, following an illness of several weeks. Mr. Baker was in his 77th year. Prior to becoming a resident of Mansfield, about five years since, he was a successful farmer in Rutland. He was honest, upright, and esteemed highly. Decedent is survived by his widow, two sons, Frederick and Ray Baker, of Rutland, and two daughters, Mrs. John Brace and Miss Sadie Baker, residents of Mansfield. The funeral was held from the home at 1 o’clock on Monday afternoon. The Rev. R. DeWitt Stanley, pastor of the Mansfield M. E. church, officiated. Burial was in Prospect cemetery.
Dies in Plane Crash
BAKER, Lucy L. Brace [SRGP 18743]
Mrs. Lucy L. Brace aged 85 years, of Elmira, formerly of Mansfield, June 4 (Mansfield Agitator June 7, 1950) She was the widow of John W. Brace. She was a member of the Free Methodist Church at Painter Run. She is survived by son, Roy J. Brace, of Elmira; grandson, Kenneth Brace, one great-grandson both of Florida; brothers, Fred and Roy Baker of Roseville. The funeral was held yesterday ; burial in Prospect Cemetery at Mansfield.
BAKER, Lulu - Newspaper unknown, handwritten note states,
"December 11, 1973"
MRS. CLARENCE JONES
TIOGA, Pa. – Mrs. Lulu F. Jones, 82 of Tioga RD 2 died Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Combs of Rock Stream, N.Y. She was the widow of Clarence Jones who died about 13 years ago and had resided in the Mitchell Creek area most of her life. She was a member of Tioga Grange 1223. Mrs. Jones was born Oct. 7, 1891 in Tioga, a daughter of Perry and Ida Mae Wales Baker. Surviving in addition to the Rock Stream daughter is a son, John P. Jones of Tioga RD; two step-daughters, Mrs. Lida Cummings of Millerton and Mrs. Ambrose (Velma) Mason of Covington; a step-son, Richard Jones of Millerton; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Smith of Millerton and Mrs. Ada Jones of Wellsboro; 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Friends may call today from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Kuhl Funeral Home here where services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m., the Rev. David Weidman and David Young officiating. Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. Submitted by Wilma JOHNS Sakowsky
BAKER - LULU F. JONES (SRGP 87031)
Lulu F. Jones, age 82, of Tioga RD 2, died Tuesday Dec. 11, 1973 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hazel Combs of Rock Stream, N.Y. Funeral was held at the Kuhl Funeral Home, Mansfield, Thursday with Rev. David Weid-man and Brother David Young officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. In addition to her daughter, she is survived by son, John P. Jones of Tioga RD 2, Pa.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Lida Cummings of Millerton, Mrs. Ambrose (Velma) Mason of Covington; one stepson, Richard Jones of Millerton; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Smith of Millerton, Mrs. Ada Jones of Wellsboro; 13 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. She was the widow of Clarence Jones; member of the Tioga Grange No. 1223 and a lifetime resident of the Mitchell Creek area. -- [Own Name - Baker - daughter of Perry & Ida Wales Baker; found this in her sister's obit in Roseville/Watson Cemetery under Ada May BAKER Jones]
SADIE FRANCIS BAKER (SRGP 18742)
Sadie Frances Baker diedat her home Wednesday, April 27, after an illness of several months. Funeral services were held from the home Saturday at 2 p.m., the Reverend Harold G. Stearns, pastor of the Methodist Church, officiating. Interment was in Prospect Cemetery. Miss Baker was born in Rutland March 26, 1868, the daughter of George and Mary Augusta Baker. She lived her entire life in and around Mansfield. She was a true Christian and with her quiet, unassuming manner made many friends, She is survived by one sister, Mrs. John Brace; two brothers Fred and Ray Baker, and several nieces and nephews.
Clifford P. BALCH age 70, of Millerton, Pa., died Tuesday, June 17, 1969, at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Elmira, N.Y. No calling hours. Private funeral will be held at Shaw and Robena Funeral home, Thursday at 1 p.m., the Rev. David Griffiths will officiate. Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. In lieu of flowers, the family requests a bequest be made to the Tioga County Cancer Fund. Survived by his wife, the former Carol Crossley, of Mansfield; son David of Dundee; daughters, Mrs. James (Joanne) Tillberry of Cleveland, Mrs. Kenneth (Thalia) Townley of Elmira; brother D.V. Balch of Little Marsh, Pa.; sister Mrs. Jessie Mascho of Cowanesque; grandchildren James and Susan Tillberry, Kenneth and Chirstine Townley; several nieces and nephews. Mr. Balch has taught school in Pennsylvania school system for over 40 years; was a member of Friendship Lodge F &Am, Mansfield, and the Williamsport Consistory.
CHARLES T. BALDWIN (SRGP 78756)
For many years he carried on a magazine agency and was district agent for the Milton Bradley School Supply Company. He was formerly an auditor for Tioga county and also auditor at Mansfield. He was a member of Friendship Lodge F&AM, and the I. O. O. F. of Mansfield, Pa. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lillian Haight Baldwin and two sons, Jay of Harrisburg and Donald of Mansfield. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon. Rev. H.G. Stearns, pastor of the Mansfield Methodist Church officiating; burial in Prospect Cemetery at Mansfield. Services at the cemetery were in charge of the Friendship Lodge F&AM. (The Agitator: Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, May 1, 1929)
Donald E. [SRGP 79603] - Donald E. Baldwin, 53, of Trenton, NJ, formerly of
Mansfield died Wednesday, October 10, 1956 in Trenton. He had been a teacher in
the Trenton schools. He was a member of F&AM Lodge No.247 of Mansfield.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jenny Baldwin; two daughters, Mrs. Jane Shafer of
Titusville and Mrs. Barbara Bud of Trenton; his mother, Mrs. Charles Baldwin of
Mansfield; one brother, Jay of Valley Stream, LI; and five grandchildren. Rev.
David J. Griffiths, pastor of the Mansfield Baptist Church, conducted the
services. - Wellsboro Agitator, October 18, 1956
BALDWIN - Burial was in Prospect Cemetery at Mansfield last weekend for Jay Austin Baldwin, [SRGP 79602] of Mansfield, who died Aug. 23, 1983, in Hamilton Square, NJ. He was born Nov. 3, 1899 in Mansfield, a son of Charles T. and Lillian Haight Baldwin. His wife, the former Juanieta Taber, preceded him in death. Mr. Baldwin was graduated from the former Mansfield Normal School and the Pennsylvania State University.
A teacher and accountant, he also was comptroller of Near East College Assn., Inc., New York City for 19 years. He was a veteran of World War I. Mr. Baldwin was a member of Friendship Masonic Lodge 247. He worked more than 40 years with handicapped and cerebral palsy children on Long Island. Surviving is a son, J. Charles, of Woodmere, NY. - Wellsboro Gazette, 9 November 1983
Mrs. W. D. Vedder, who was formerly Miss Kate Baldwin, of Mansfield,
died in Kansas last week. Her husband, Dr. Vedder, started for Kansas
Sunday, on hearing of her sickness. She was 27 years of age. [SRGP 31020]
BALDWIN - Mrs. Myra B. Allen, [SRGP 79905] 89, Wilkes-Barre, died July 31, 1955, after an extended illness, She was the widow of Wilton W. Allen, one-time head of the First National Bank of Mansfield. Mrs. Allen, in her active life, was a leader in civic and church life at Mansfield. She was one of the founders of the Mansfield Literary Club and for many years was active in the Baptist Church and its organizations. She was a leader in the PEO. Mrs. Allen for several years had made her home with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. & Mrs. John a. Doane, Wilkes-Barre. Three of her grandsons are physicians: Joseph, Wilton, and John, Jr. the funeral was held at the Baptist Church, Mansfield, on Tuesday. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. - Wellsboro Agitator, August 4, 1955
BALDWIN - Mrs. W. D. Vedder, who was formerly Miss Kate Baldwin, of Mansfield, died in Kansas last week. Her husband, Dr. Vedder, started for Kansas last week Sunday, on hearing of her sickness. She was 27 years of age. - Wellsboro Agitator, 5 May 1885
BALDWIN - The remains of Mrs. W. D. Vedder [Kate Baldwin Vedder], who died in Russell, Kansas, April 26th; of cerebral hemorrhage, arrived here last Monday, and on Tuesday the funeral services were held at St. James’s church. Rev. Dr. McKnight, of Elmira, assisted by Rev. Marcellus Karcher, rector of St. James’s Church, performed the sad funeral rites. Dr. Aaron Baldwin, of Washington, D. C., father of the deceased, was present at the funeral, and was completely overcome with grief, as she was his only child, and much loved by him and by everyone who knew her. Miss Kate Baldwin, as she was better known, was a kind and thoughtful young woman, and had many warm hearted friends here who mourn her loss, but she has gone to a world beyond, where all is peace and joy and sorrow is no more. Her husband, Dr. W. D. Vedder, has the sympathy of the entire community in his sad bereavement. - Wellsboro Agitator, 12 May 1885
BALLARD, Beulah (SRGP 86405) - Miss Beulah M. Ballard, aged 43 years, died Sunday evening at her home, 19 1/2 Cone street. She was born in Charleston township Aug. 13, 1907, daughter of the late James Ballard and Mrs. May Ludlam [Ballard], who survives. Other survivors are three uncles, Sam Ludlam of Hartford, Conn., Will Ludlam of Elkland, George Ludlam of Wellsboro; four aunts, Mrs. Daisy Harkness and Mrs. Harriet Dewey of Wellsboro, Mrs. Stella Henry of Wellsboro RD, and Mrs. Lelia Bacon of Penn Yann, NY. The funeral will be held at the Bastian Funeral Home Thursday at 2 p.m.; burial in the Wellsboro cemetery. - Wellsboro Agitator, July 5, 1950 [Tombstone in Prospect]
BALLARD Clara May [SRGP 86392] – Mrs. Clara May Ballard Ripley, aged 52 years, wife of Myron C. Ripley, died at her home in Covington Oct. 17 of diabetes. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon, Rev. J.O. Smith, pastor of the Baptist church, of which she had been a lifelong member, officiating. Mrs. Ripley was the daughter of the late John and Cerene Ballard, of Mansfield, and a niece of Bert M. Vedder, of Mansfield. She was married in 1894 to Myron C. Ripley, and them four children were born, Ina, wife of Robert Crouch, of Elmira; Lora, wife of Stanley Greco, of Covington; Harry M. Ripley, of Lacarne, O., and Miss Lillian Ripley, of Covington. – Wellsboro Agitator, October 26, 1921, p.3
BALLARD, Freddie [SRGP 79912] d. Ballard child of Leroy, Newton Rd., Richmond twp., scarlet fever [Mansfield Advertiser 1881 26-Jan ]
1877 29-Aug D Ballard, Gertrude d. Gertrude Ballard (SRGP 86394), age 4 months, in Bloss, Aug 24th, dau of J. T. & Cerene
BALLARD - JAMES BALLARD, (SRGP 85695) 66, of Cone Street, died about midnight Monday (Dec. 15, 1947) at Blossburg State Hospital where he was removed during the afternoon suffering from pneumonia. He was born in Bradford, PA, September 5, 1881, the son of John F. and Cerene Vedder Ballard. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. May Ludlam Ballard; and daughter, Miss Beulah Ballard, at home; two nephews and three nieces. The funeral will be held today (Thursday) at 2 pm at the Bastian Funeral Home, the Rev. C. W. Sheriff of the Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery at Mansfield. - Wellsboro Gazette, 18 Dec. 1947, p.12
BANFILL – MRS. ETHEL S. BANFILL BROWN, (SRGP 11403) 78, of Mansfield, died Sunday, Jan. 8, 1961. She was a member of Bakerburg Community Church. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Nena Webber of Elmira; sons Lloyd of Cleveland, Ohio, Hamilton of Mansfield; 15 grandchildren; 51 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, Mansfield, Wednesday at 3:30 pm, the Rev. Glenn Dewey officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. [Note from JMT - Surname may be Banfield rather than Banfill- not on Prospect Cemetery listing]
BANKS, Thurman "Jack" Harvey [SRGP 34883] - Thurman "Jack" Harvey Banks, 79, of Inverness, Fla., formerly of Mansfield, died Monday, June 15, 1998. He was born in Independence, Kans., and moved to Inverness 10 years ago from Mansfield. He was a retired school business administrator. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the Mansfield First United Methodist Church. He was a World War II Navy veteran. Surviving are his wife, Carol Bailey Banks of Inverness; one son, Richard Banks of Austin, Texas; one daughter, Cynthia Harry of Arlington, Va.; and seven grandsons. Arrangements were handled by the Hooper Funeral Home, Inverness, Fla. - Wellsboro Gazette, June 24, 1998, p.6
Donald G. BARDEN, 60, [SRGP 83446] of 127 South Main St.
Mansfield, died Tuesday in the Wilson Memorial Hospital in Jackson City, N.Y.
(Johnson City). He was born May 18, 1912 in Mansfield, the son of William
and Cecelia Laugerbaum Barden. He was a self employed mason. He was
a Veteran of World War 2 and a member of the local Methodist Church. He
is survived by his wife, Hilda Day Barden; four sisters, Mrs. Ernest Kersey of
Richmond, Va., Mrs. Carl Bell of Mansfield, Mrs. Hector Gilbert of Citra, Fla.,
and Miss Therese Barden of Mansfield; three brothers, John and Lester of
Mansfield, and William Jr. of Endwell, N.Y. Funeral services were held
Friday at the Kuhl Funeral Home, formerly Shaw and Robena, at 1:30 p.m.
The Rev. Richard Brenneman officiated. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery,
BARDEN - Miss Genevieve R. Barden, [SRGP 86208] aged 43 years, died Oct. 3 , at her home in Richmond township, after an illness of 23 years. She was born in Mansfield, June 1, 1889, daughter of Samuel O. and Charlotte R. Barden. She was graduated from a State Normal School and taught one year in rural schools. She was forced to give up her work when she was taken ill with rheumatism, which gradually grew worse until she was helpless. - Wellsboro Agitator, 12 October, 1932
BARDEN - George C. Barden, 93, [SRGP 80630] of RD1, Mansfield, and longtime Richmond Township supervisor, died Friday, July 13, 1984, in Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital. Born Feb. 28, 1891, in Richmond Township, he was the son of Samuel and Charlotte Roberts Barden. He was a 71-year member of North Elk Run Grange near Covington, a 50-year member of the Mansfield Odd Fellows Lodge and was a former director of Agway. He was also a former director of the Dairymen’s League. Mr. Barden was a member of the Mansfield First Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Emma Bartlett Barden, June 15, 1978. Surviving are: his sons, Lyle and Theo Barden of Mansfield; daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lewis (Hazel) Barden of Mansfield; six grandchildren, and 18 great-grandchildren. Friends were invited to call at the Kuhl Funeral Home, 18 North Main St., Mansfield, Sunday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. The funeral was held Monday at 10:30 a.m. Burial was at Prospect Cemetery with the Rev. Benjamin Nevin, his pastor, officiating. - Wellsboro Gazette, 18 July 1984
1901 6 Feb D Barden, John Laverne [SRGP 18268] d. "Fri" Rutland twp., buried at Mansfield, only son of Dr. John M. Barden of Mansfield. was b. Roseville Jan 16th 1867 and d. Rutland twp. Feb 1st, son of Dr. J. M. B>, m. May 1896 Miss Mary Benson of Rutland, no children, left 2 sis. Mrs. A. W. (Kate) Stevenson, Mansfield and Mrs. J. C. (Estella) Gallup of Smethport, bro. Otis d. in infancy
BARDEN, MR. LAVERNE [SRGP 18268]
The community was plunged into grief last Friday morning to learn of the sudden death of Mr. Laverne Barden, at his home South of this boro. He died at 7 o’clock a.m. Friday. On the day prior to his death he was out of doors, but was obliged before noon to take to his bed, from which he did not rise. The funeral was held at the house last Monday. The interment took place at Mansfield. The surviving family have the profound sympathy of this section.
BARDEN - STEVENSON, MRS. KATE B.
Mansfield, May 6—Mrs. Kate Barden Stevenson [SRGP 18266] died at her home in Canandaigua, NY., Tuesday, following an illness of several weeks. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m., at the Baptist Church in Mansfield. Interment will be in the Mansfield Cemetery. Besides her husband she is survived by a son, David, a daughter, Bessie and a sister, Mrs. Stella Gallup. Mrs. Stevenson was the daughter of the late Dr. And Mrs. J. M. Barden and spent most of her life in Mansfield. For several years while Mr. Stevenson was steward at the State Normal School, she acted as matron. She was a member of the Baptist Church of Canandaigua. [1929 - Prospect Cemetery]
1889 05-Jun D Barden, Olive [SRGP 84115] d. last Fri. of fever, buried at Mansfield Sun., dau. Of Samuel
BARDEN, Thelma Marie [SRGP 86207] - Thelma Marie "Barden" Wehrle, 88, died Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at Cortland Memorial Hospital in Cortland, NY. Thelma was born on April 24, 1914 in Mansfield, a daughter of William Milton and Celia Laugerbaum Barden. She was the wife of the late Ray Campbell and William Wehrle. Marie retired from IBM in Binghamton, NY, after 25 years of employment. Marie is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Norman & Pamela Campbell of Cortland, NY; five grandchildren; five great grandchildren; a special nephew, Denny Bell of Mansfield; and several other nieces and nephews. A viewing was held March 15 at the Jacquelyn A. Buckheit Funeral Chapel, Crematory & Monuments, PC, in Mansfield. A funeral was held following the viewing with the Rev. Richard Berg officiating. Burial was in Prospect cemetery in Mansfield. - Wellsboro Gazette, March 19, 2003, p.6
BARDEN - V. Teresa Barden, 82, [SRGP 86212] formerly of Mansfield, died Saturday, Jan. 9, 1999, at Broad Acres Nursing Home, Wellsboro. Born April 4, 1916, in Mansfield, she was the daughter of William Milton and Celia Laugerbaum Barden. She was a member of Mansfield United Methodist Church. Surviving are one sister and brother-in-law, Maria and William Wehrle of Durham, NC; nephew, Denny Bell of Mansfield; and several other nieces and nephews. Services were held Wednesday, Jan. 13, at the Scureman Funeral Home, Mansfield, with the Rev. Joyce Treas officiating. Burial was made at Prospect Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Mansfield United Methodist Church, North Academy Street, Mansfield, Pa. 16933 - Wellsboro Gazette, 13 January 1999
William M. Barden [SRGP 84113]
Dr. William M. Barden, died at his home in Mansfield last Tuesday after a long illness, at the age of 72 years. Dr. Barden was born at Benton, Yates county, NY, February 14, 1812. He took a medical course at Geneva, NY, and afterwards gave his attention to Homeopathy. He located at Mansfield in 1852 and began the practice of the new school of medicine, which he followed upwards of 30 years, enjoying the respect and good will of the community. For several years he had been confined to the house, and he suffered much from the results of a serious illness. The funeral was held on Thursday afternoon at his late residence. (Tuesday, October 7, 1884, The Wellsboro Agitator, Wellsboro, Tioga Co, Pa.)
THEODORE F. (SRGP 06923)
Theodore F. Bardwell, for many years a prominent farmer of this vicinity, died in the Blossburg hospital Saturday morning following a brief illness. He was taken ill of pneumonia while visiting in Addison, N.Y., and recovery from this was followed by complications of heart trouble. He was taken to the hospital Thursday in the hope that something could be done for him, but owing to his advanced age, it was impossible. He was born in Bradford county August 28, 1843, and had lived in Western Bradford and eastern Tioga counties all his life. A few years ago he moved to a farm between Troy and Cowley, which was his home until his death. He was a member of the Methodist Church of Cowley. He is survived by his widow, who was Mrs. Barbara Kratzer, of Mansfield, and a son, George E. Bardwell, of Columbia Cross Roads. The funeral was held Monday afternoon from the Methodist church, the Reverend F.P. Simmons officiating and interment in Prospect Cemetery. [Taught in Sullivan Township early in his career]
BARDWELL, THEODORE F. (SRGP 06923) - Theodore F. Bardwell, for many years a prominent farmer of this vicinity, died in the Blossburg hospital Saturday morning following a brief illness. He was taken ill of pneumonia while visiting in Addison, N.Y. and recovery from this was followed complications of heart trouble He was taken to the hospital Thursday in the hope that something could be done for him, but owing to his advanced age, it was impossible. He was born in Bradford county August 28, 1843, and had lived in Western Bradford and eastern Tioga counties all his life. A very few years ago he moved to a farm between Troy and Cowley. which was his home until his death. He was a member of the Methodist Church of Cowley. He is survived by his widow who was Mrs Barbara Kratzer, of Mansfield and a son, George E. Bardwell of Columbia Cross Roads. The funeral was held Monday afternoon from the Methodist church, the Rev. F.P. Simmons officiating and interment in Prospect cemetery. Theodore F. Bardwell, well known Granville Summit man diedin the Blossburg State hospital on Saturday morning, March 28th, at eight o'clock. He was eighty one years old and death was caused by heart trouble. He is survived by his widow, Mrs Barbara Bardwell; a son , George, of Austinville ,and several stepsons and stepdaughters. The funeral was held on Monday from the Mansfield Methodist church, the Rev. Mr. Simmons officiating and burial was in a Mansfield Cem.
BARKWELL - The funeral of John F. Barkwell [SRGP 85599], aged 73 years, of Mansfield, was held Friday. He died Nov. 23  at the Arnot-Ogden Hospital, Elmira. He was born at Star Cross, England, son of John and Trythenia Barkwell and came to this country in early life and lived in the vicinity of Mansfield most of his life. He owned and operated a farm on the Newtown Road until 12 years ago, when he retired and went to live with his daughter, Mrs. Sara Waltman in Elmira. Mr. Barkwell is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Waltman and Mrs. Eva Zelock of Detroit and five grandchildren; also two brothers, Steve and George of Binghamton; and one sister, Mae, of Elmira. - Wellsboro Agitator, December 1, 1948
BARNES, Fred W. [SRGP 86070] - Fred W. Barnes, age 94, of Mansfield RD2, died Sunday, Jan. 2, 1977 at the Osteopathic Hospital, Harrisburg. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the United Methodist Church at Mansfield with Rev. Victor K. Meredith of Wellsboro officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. Those wishing may make donations to the United Methodist Church of Mansfield. He is survived by three sons, Joseph F. of Tyrone, NY, Elmer W. of Mansfield, Henry D. of Horseheads, NY; four daughter, Mrs. Lisi Gordon of Hershey, Mrs. Arnold [Mildred] Sowers of Pine City, Mrs. Elwood [Hazel] Sipe of Hershey, Mrs. Richard [Genevieve] Baker of Delmar, NY; 25 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren. He was a member of the United Methodist Church of Mansfield and a former employee of the Billard's Auto Parts Co. of Mansfield. He was born December 28, 1882 in Mansfield, the son of Joseph and Lucy Whipple Barnes. - Wellsboro Gazette, January 5, 1977, p.10
BARNES - Miss Mabel Barnes, (SRGP 86692) aged 60 years, died May 31 , at the home of her sister, Mrs. George Temple, at New Dorp, Staten Island, NY. Funeral services were held Saturday at the Mansfield Methodist church, Rev. Floyd Guiles, officiating; burial in Prospect cemetery at Mansfield. Besides Mrs. Temple, Miss Barnes is survived by a brother, Fred Barnes, of Mansfield and several nieces and nephews. Miss Barnes was a graduate of Mansfield State Teachers College and for the past 29 years had been teaching in the Akron, Ohio, public schools. - Wellsboro Agitator, 7 June 1944
BARNES – WILL E. BARNES, 86, [SRGP 46235]of Mansfield RD 3, died Monday, Feb. 29, 1960. He was a member of the Mansfield Baptist Church. Survived by wife, Mrs. Mae Barnes; daughters, Mrs. Frank Sargent of Mansfield RD 3, Mrs. Thomas Pedalty of Painted Post, NY; son, Emory Barnes of Mansfield RD 3; 16 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Body is at Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, Mansfield, where friends may call Thursday, 4-9 pm. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 pm at the Funeral Home, the Rev. David Burrows of Wellsboro officiating. Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. Mr. Barnes was a retired farmer of Lambs Creek.
BARNES – WILLIAM C. BARNES, 70, of Mansfield, died Wednesday, July 13, 1960. He was a member of the Mansfield Presbyterian Church. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lena (Sabofield) Barnes; stepson, Jay Church of Edison, NJ; daughters, Mrs. Elinor Marshall of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Evelyn Wells of Lowell, Mass; 4 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services were held Monday at 10 am, the Rev. William McElwain officiating. – Wellsboro Agitator, 21 July 1960, p.3
BARNES Wilson Otis [SRGP 66873]
Wilson Otis Barnes, 84, of Mansfield died Tuesday, Dec 22, 1959. Survived by wife, Mrs. Lena Mae Barnes; son, Gerald Barnes of Mansfield; brother, William Barnes of Mansfield RD 3; four grandchildren. Funeral service was held Saturday at 1 pm at Shaw and Robena Funeral Home, the Rev. Donald Cronk officiated. Burial in Prospect Cemetery
1894 5 Sep D Barringer, Chancellor (SRGP 87069)d. Mansfield "last Wed." in 56th yr., left 1 son, former res. Blossburg
EUGENE BARTHOLOMEW (SRGP 79387)
Eugene R. Bartholomew, 62, of Elmira, N.Y., died Wednesday, April 13, 2005. Born Feb. 28, 1943 in Wellsboro, he was the son of the late Roy J. and Elma Boyden Bartholomew. Friends called Saturday, April 16 at the Wilston Funeral Home, Mansfield. Services followed calling hours with the Rev. L. D. Maxson officiating. Interment was made in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield.
BARTLETT, Amy [SRGP 85714] - Mrs. Amy Peck died Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. at the home of her son, Clark Peck, in Elmira. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Lucy Bailey of Elmira; and Mrs. Walter Bailey of Covington; two sons, Clark Peck of Elmira; and Elmer Peck of Lowman; one sister, Mrs. Mardie Redington of Port Allegany; one brother, David Bartlett of Keeneyville; five grandchildren and one great grandchild. - Wellsboro Agitator, July 16, 1930
BARTLETT - Byron Bartlett [SRGP 19797] died October 6th  at his home near Mansfield. He had been in poor health for several years. Mr. Bartlett was born February 8th, 1850, in Charleston township and had always resided in Tioga county. He had held many of the township offices and prior to his death had for ten years been justice of the peace. He was considered one of the substantial men of the county. He was a charter member of the Mansfield I.O.O.F. and also the Tioga Valley Grange. He is survived by his wife, who was Miss Mary E. Everett, to whom he was married in 1873; also a daughter, Mrs. Elmer A. Fick, of New York city; a son, Victor E. Bartlett of Hornell; one brother Albert, residing in Kansas; and one sister, Mrs. Marinda Brown of Elmira. The funeral was held last week Monday from his late home, conducted by the Odd Fellows. - Wellsboro Agitator, October 18, 1916
BARTLETT - EMMA K. BARTLETT BARDEN, (SRGP 14700) age 81, of Mansfield, RD 1, died Thursday, June 15, 1978, at her home. Friends are invited to call at the Kuhl Funeral Home in Mansfield, Saturday, 3-5 and 7-9 pm. Funeral there Sunday at 2 pm. The Rev. Benjamin Nevin, her pastor, officiating. Burial in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. The family will furnish the flowers. Those who wish may make donations to the First Baptist Church Memorial Fund or to the American Heart Association. She is survived by her husband, George, one stepdaughter, Mrs. Manley (Gladys) Shellman of Tioga, PA; 4 stepsons, Gerald Kennedy of Mansfield, RD 2, Lewis and Lyle Barden, both of Mansfield, RD 1; 21 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Mansfield, North Elk Run Grange No. 913, the local Friendly Circle, Birthday Club of Mansfield, and the 55 Plus Club of Mansfield. She was born April 21, 1897, in Tioga, PA, the daughter of David and Jennie Lawrence Bartlett.
BARTLETT, Ernest A. [SRGP 24743]
Ernest A. Bartlett, 64, of Tioga, died suddenly Tuesday of natural causes. He was born February 17, 1904 in Tioga Township, the son of Lawrence and Ada Luther Bartlett. He was a farmer and a member if the Canoe Camp Church of Christ. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Dorotha Wilcox Bartlett; five daughters, Mrs. Milton Hagar of Mansfield, Mrs. Clifford Jones, Mrs. Wayne Burrows and Mrs. Harold Boom, all of Tioga, and Miss Jean Bartlett of Elmira; two sons, Carl of Westfield and David at home; four brothers, Louis and Harry, both of Mansfield, Paul of Osceola and Donald of Wellsboro; four sisters, Mrs. Edith Burg of Wellsboro, Mrs. Ida Dildine of Binghamton, NY; Mrs. Ruth Allen of Blossburg and Mrs. Helen Foster of Osceola; 15 grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Funeral services were held Friday at the Shaw and Robena Funeral Home in Mansfield with the Rev. Orey Crippen officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. [died Feb 1968]
BARTLETT, Winifred (SRGP 24746) - Child Injured in Blazing House Dies in Hospital - Winifred Bartlett, five year old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Bartlett, of Tioga, RD, died at the Blossburg Hospital last Wednesday night as the result of burns received when the Bartlett dwelling was destroyed by fire. The father and another daughter are still patients at the hospital. - Wellsboro Gazette, June 8, 1933
BATES - Agnes L. Cruttenden, [SRGP 82211] age 68 of Tioga,
died early on Saturday, November 5, 1977 at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial
Hospital in Wellsboro. She was born August 1, 1909 in Tuscarora, N.Y., the
daughter of Mathew and Jessie Bates. She was a member of the First Methodist
Church in Mansfield. She is survived by her husband Norris; one sister, Mrs.
Lloyd (Elsie) Remick of Buffalo, N.Y. Funeral services were held on Monday with
the Rev. David L Weaver, her pastor officiating. Burial in Pospect Cemetery.
BATES - Mrs. Elizabeth B. Smith, 73, [SRGP 83108] of Lansdowne, formerly of Mansfield, died Sunday, Sept. 12, 1976, at her home. She was the widow of Reed E. Smith. Mrs. Smith was born at Mansfield on Jan. 21, 1903, a daughter of John Philip and Sadie Long Bates. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Lansdowne. A graduate of the former Mansfield Normal School, she had taught in the Mansfield and Tioga areas for several years.
Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Sarah B. Randal of Liberty, NY. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, September 19, in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. The Rev. William F. Emery 3rd, pastor of First Presbyterian Church will officiate. There will be no visitation. - The Wellsboro Gazette [Wellsboro, PA], 15 September 1976
BATES - John Bates, [SRGP 74520] aged 51 years, of Mansfield, well known here, where he had many friends, died last Thursday morning. He was a druggist in Mansfield for many years. He is survived by his widow and two daughters, Elizabeth and Sarah, one brother, Albert Bates, of Mansfield, and a half brother, Newton Lincoln of Williamsburg, Mass. Mr. Bates was a member of the Presbyterian church and the I.O.O.F. the funeral was held Sunday afternoon. - The Wellsboro Agitator, 27 September 1922 [John Phillip Bates]
BATES, Louise – Mrs. Louise Bates Clark [SRGP 76540], 68, widow of Budd A. Clark, of Mansfield, died unexpectedly last Wednesday. A native of Titusville, she was the daughter of Julius and Eliza Jane Bates. She was a life-long resident of Mansfield and an active member of the Mansfield Methodist Church. Mrs. Clark was a graduate of the Mansfield Normal School in 1904 and a graduate nurse of Woman’s General Hospital in Philadelphia where she nursed for 10 years following graduation. She was a member of the Mansfield Literary Exchange Club. Surviving are a son, Budd M. Clark of Wysox; a daughter, Mrs. Sara Clark West, of Covington; three grandsons, David and Tommy West, of Covington; Budd Clark III, of Wysox; and one granddaughter, Marjorie West, of Covington. Funeral services were held at the family home last Friday. The Rev. Stanley Robinson officiated. Burial in Prospect cemetery. – Wellsboro Gazette, December 6, 1951
BATES - Mrs. Mary Bates Gould, aged 69 years, of Mansfield, died Sunday Morning at 4:30 o'clock, after an illness of several months. Funeral services were held yesterday; Rev. Joseph R. Harris, pastor of the Presbyterian church, of which deceased was a member, officiating; burial in Prospect cemetery. Mrs. Gould was associated with her brother, Albert Bates in Bates Pharmacy in Mansfield for many years. Besides her brother, she leaves two nieces, Mrs. Reed Smith of Newcastle, PA, and Miss Sarah Bates of Liberty. - Wellsboro Agitator, 23 March 1932
BATES - Mrs. Polly Allen [SRGP 82536]
At Mansfield, October 23, 1879, Mrs. Polly Allen, aged 81 years and 1 month. (Tuesday, November 4, 1879, The Wellsboro Agitator, Wellsboro, Tioga Co, Pa.) [Prospect Cemetery]
BATES, W. A. [SRGP 75785]
d. Mansfield Saturday in 74th yr. Native of Mass., been here 12 yrs. [Mansfield
Advertiser 1884 7-May]
Albert [SRGP 75787]
W. Albert Bates, 74, Died Sunday Morning
W.Albert Bates, 74, for many years prominently connected with the business life of Mansfield, died early Sunday Morning, June 11, 1950, at his home ono North Main Street, following an extended illness. A son of Albert and Elizabeth Lincoln Bates, he was born at Mansfield January 6, 1876. He attended local public schools and graduated from Philadelphia School of Pharmacy, becoming a registered pharmacist in 1902. For many years he was associated in the Bates Pharmacy with his brother, John P. Bates, and sister, Dr. Mary Lincoln Gould. Following their death he continued the business until 1931, when he sold to Harold Terry. For some years he conducted a photograph studio and insurance agency. September 15, 1902, Mr. Bates married Miss Helen Leach, of Chinchilla, Pa., who died in 1938. A daughter Margaret, born in 1906, lived only a few days. Mr. Bates was a member of the Presbyterian Church, a former elder and superintendent of the Sunday School, a past Noble Grand of Mansfield Lodge 526 I.O.O.F, a past Master of Friendship Lodge, F&AM,a member of Zebulun Chapter of Mansfield; Williamsport Consistory and Irem Temple Shrine of Wilkes Barre. Deeply interested in the welfare of the community, Mr. Bates had active in various civic organizations through the years.
Surviving are nieces, Mrs. Elizabeth Bates Smith, of Lansdown; Mrs. Sara Bates Randall, of Lindley, N.Y.; Mrs. Hattie Leach, of Chinchilla, and Mrs. Sarah Adams, of Montrose; one nephew, Newton Lincoln, of Lyons, N.Y., and one cousin, Mrs. Stella Ely, of Mansfield. Funeral services were held Tuesdayat 3 p.m. at the Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, the Rev. John Ross Hays officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. Friendship Lodge conducted commital services.
BAUER - Mrs. Matilda Bauer Jupenlaz, 83, [SRGP 22771] of
Mansfield, died March 13, 1957 at her home. She was the widow of Fred L.
Jupenlaz. She was a member of Mansfield Presbyterian Church and the Westminster
Class of the church. She was a former member of Twilight Chapter, Order of
Eastern Star. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. C. S. McClelland of Washington,
DC, and Miss Gertrude Jupenlaz of Mansfield, with whom she resided; two
grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Lina Blickle of Germany, and Mrs. A. L.
Battiste of New York City. Rev. John R. Hays conducted the services. Prayer
services were Friday at 18 North Main Street, Mansfield, with burial in
Prospect Cemetery. - Wellsboro Agitator, 21 March 1957
BAYNES - Mrs. Ada Baynes Rexford, (SRGP 19454) 75, died at her home here (Mansfield) Sunday. She was born in Richmond Township, July 6, 1863, and was graduated from the Mansfield State Normal in 1885 and taught school for two years.
On Jan. 5, 1887 she married Coley J. Rexford. Mrs. Rexford was a member of the Friendship Class of the Baptist church and secretary of the Tioga Valley Grange for many years, resigning the first of this year on account of ill health. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. R.R. Cruttenden of Mansfield; Mrs. Arthur Thomas of Rochester; two grandchildren, Maurice of Quincy, Mass., and Louise of Rochester. Funeral services were held yesterday at 10:30 AM at the family home. The Rev. David J. Griffiths of the Baptist church officiating; burial in Prospect cemetery.
BAYNES - Mrs. Agnes M. Odell, [SRGP 27058] aged 80 years, a life-long resident of Mansfield and vicinity, died Dec. 11 . She is survived by her husband, Earl; daughters, Mrs. Louise Bentley and Mrs. Eva Fralic, of Mansfield; Mrs. Madeline Knaus, of Wellsboro; Mrs. Margaret Butler, of Tioga; sons, Dean of Hornell; Kenneth, of Sacramento, Calif.; Horace, of Mansfield; sister, Mrs. Cora Davis, of Mansfield; brothers, John and Howard Baynes, of Sheffield; Leon Baynes, of Mansfield; 22 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren. The funeral was held yesterday at the Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, Mansfield, Rev. John Hilton officiating; burial in Prospect cemetery at Mansfield. - Wellsboro Agitator, 15 December 1948
BAYNES - MRS. CORA BAYNES DAVIS: [SRGP 31112] Mrs. Cora Baynes Davis, 93, of Mansfield RD 1, died Saturday, Feb. 23, 1963. She was a member of St. James Episcopal Church, Mansfield. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Mildred Carpenter of Ossining N.Y., Mrs. Lyle Cleveland of Mansfield RD 1; son, Leigh Davis of Mansfield; 10 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; brothers, Leon Baynes of Mansfield and Howard Baynes of Salem, N.J. Body was removed from Shaw & Robena Funeral Home to the St. James Episcopal Church for service on Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Richard Landis officiated. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield.
BAYNES - Mrs. Cora Baynes Davis, (SRGP 31112) 93, of Mansfield RD1, died Saturday, February 23, 1963. She was a member of St. James Episcopal Church, Mansfield. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Mildred Carpenter of Ossining, NY, Mrs. Lyle Cleveland of Mansfield RD1; son, Leigh Davis of Mansfield; 10 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; brothers, Leon Baynes of Mansfield, Howard Baynes of Salem, NJ. Funeral was held in St. James Episcopal Church Monday; the Rev. Richard V. Landis. Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. - Wellsboro Gazette, February 28, 1963
BAYNES - Former Mansfieldian Harold E. Baynes dies at Grove City - Harold Edgar Baynes, 65, of Grove City, a native of Mansfield, died Thursday, September 23, 1976 in Grove City Hospital, following a lengthy illness. He was born on May 12, 1911, a son of Leon E. and Cloe McEntee Baynes. A graduate of Mansfield State College, Mr. Baynes was assistant superintendent, director of social services and financial analyst at George Junior Republic, a correctional institution at Grove City, since 1966. He was retired as a lieutenant commander from the Navy, having served in World War II. Prior to the war, he was superintendent of a day school at the Atlanta, Ga., Federal Penitentiary. Mr. Baynes was a member of Grace United Methodist Church, Grove City. He was a member of Masonic Lodge 603, Grove City. Surviving are his wife, the former Helen Losey; a son, Harold of Richmond, Va.; two brothers, John H. of Mansfield and Richard C. of Greenwich, Conn., and three grandchildren. A memorial service was held
BAYNES, John T. [SRGP 81367] d. last Friday Mansfield "dropped dead", left 7 children incl. Son Warren, b. Rochester, N.Y. 3 December 1833, Civil War vet. [Mansfield Advertiser 1891 21-Jan]
BAYNES, Leon Ernest [SRGP 39467]
Leon Ernest Baynes, 81, of Mansfield died at his home Thursday, January 4,1968 following a short illness. He was a native of Mansfield. He was a deacon of the First Baptist Church where he had served as financial secretary for 35 years. A member of the Odd Fellows Lodge No. 526, he also was a member of the Tioga Valley Encampment No. 319. For more than 55 years, he had been a merchant in Mansfield. In his early life, he operated a feed store and for more than 50 years had operated the Baynes Shoe Store until his retirement. Until his death, he had served as secretary and treasurer of the Prospect and Oakwood Cemetery Assn., for 40 years. In recent months, he had worked part time at the VanNoy Furniture Store. Surviving are his wife, Lettie Baynes; three sons, Harold of Grove City, John of Mansfield and Richard of Rome, NY; seven grandchildren and one great granddaughter. The funeral was held Sunday at the church. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. The Rev. Wesley Fisher officiated
BEACH, Sarah L. Clark – Mrs. Sarah L. Clark, aged 76 years, died at the home of her sons, Budd A. Clark, in Mansfield, Thursday afternoon, of apoplexy. Mrs. Clark was one of the oldest residents of Mansfield in the term of years, having resided there almost 75 years. She was the daughter of Lyman Beach, her maiden name being Sarah Beach. The immediate relatives who survived are: Jay H. Clark of Harrisburg; Howard B. Clark, of Williamsport; Budd A. Clark, assistant postmaster of the Mansfield office, and Fordyce M. Clark, of York, Pa. She also leaves a number of other relatives. The funeral was held Sunday, Rev. Glenn A. Baldwin officiating; interment in Prospect cemetery. Wellsboro Agitator, 10 December 1919.
DANIEL R. BELL age 18 of 110 Burns Terrace Penn Yan, NY Thursday, August 25, 1983. Friends may call at the Townsend-Wood Funeral Chapel 201 E. Elm St., Penn Yan Saturday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services there Sunday 1 p.m. The Rev. Stanley Robinson. Burial Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. He was born March 29, 1965 was the son of Barbara Foreman Bell and the late Richard C. Bell. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, a 1983 graduate of Penn Yan Academy where he was a member of the Ski Club and the LaCrosse Team. He was an entering freshman at SUNY Ag and Tech at Canton, NY in the Mortuary Science Program. Survived by his mother; sister, Deborah L. Bell; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Joyce Foreman of Mansfield; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Lila Bell of Mansfield; several aunts and uncles. –Elmira Star-Gazette 8/27/1983
BENSON – Olen Benson [SRGP 18720], aged 42 years, of Blossburg, died Dec. 21 at the family home after a long illness. For a number of years he had been employed as service man with the North Pennsylvania Power Company. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Vera Benson; three sons, Howard, Lee and James. The funeral was held Friday, Rev. D.J. Griffith, pastor of the Baptist church officiating; burial in the Mansfield cemetery. – Wellsboro Agitator, December 29, 1937, p.2
BENSON - Pherone; [SRGP 83265] Mrs. L[oren] F. Allen died at her home in this place last Tuesday morning of consumption. She had been sick for a long time. The funeral was held at the house yesterday morning at 9:30 and at the church at 10:30. She leaves many friends to mourn her loss. She was a member of the Baptist Church. - Wellsboro Agitator, September 10, 1889
BENTLEY, Sue Longbothum – Mrs. Sue Longbothum, wife of Richard E. Longbothum, died Friday morning at the family home in Mansfield, after a long illness of cancer. She had recently undergone an operation for the removal of the cancer and complications, which followed, left her so weakened that she could not withstand the ravages of the disease. Her maiden name was Sue Bentley, and she was born in Rutland township, Tioga county, Pa., March 15, 1865, and was married to Richard E. Longbothum April 15, 1886. She was a most estimable woman, a member of the Baptist church and active in the affairs of that organization until her illness compelled her to relinquish this work. The funeral was held from the family home Monday at 2 o’clock, Rev. Mr. Ferguson, of Covington, officiating; interment in Prospect cemetery. Besides the husband she is survived by two brothers, G.W. Bentley and E.N. Bentley, of Mansfield, and one sister, Mrs. John Luckey, of Troy. Wellsboro Agitator, 10 December 1919.
BENTLEY, Wallace W. [SRGP 04173] d. yesterday, 18 Aug. at Willow Grove, Lake Keuka age abt. 77 yrs. D. of pneumonia, bur. Hope Cem. Mansfield. Father of Eungene N., Mrs. Susie Longbothum of Mansfield, Mrs. Mate Luskey of Troy, Mrs. Helen Cass & G. W. Bentley of Mansfield [Mansfield Advertiser 1903 19-Aug]
BLOOM, William W. [SRGP 86513] – William Bloom, aged 60 years, died at his home near Mansfield July 30th, after a long and painful illness. The funeral was held July 31, Rev. Mr. Griffiths, pastor of the Baptist church, of Mansfield, officiating. Mr. Bloom leaves three sisters, Misses Nellie, Blanche and Anna, all at home. – Wellsboro Agitator, August 9, 1922, p.3
BODINE Augustus [SRGP 65706] – The remains of Augustus Bodine were taken to Mansfield last week Tuesday evening and funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from the home of his sister, Mrs. D.H. Pitts. Mr. Bodine died at South Mountain, where he had been in a hospital for twenty-nine years. He is survived by his widow and one daughter, Miss Mattie Bodine, a student at Cornell. – Wellsboro Gazette, March 31, 1910, p.1
BOHEM - Miss Anna Bohem, 90, of Canoe Camp, died Monday, September 27, 1954 at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lena Cleveland. She was born at Germania, January 13, 1864, the daughter of Charles and Caroline Riebe Bohem. She spent almost her entire life as a tailoress in Wellsboro and Mansfield. She was a member of the Wellsboro Methodist Church. she enjoyed reading , sewing, and the radio, and was active until the last few weeks. Many will remember her for her many acts of kindness. She is survived by a brother, John Preset of Utica, NY; two sister, Mrs. Lena Cleveland of Mansfield and Mrs. Lottie Krohmer of Elkland; a cousin, Mrs. Laura Welch of Columbus, Ohio. Also, several nieces, nephews and cousins. the funeral was held Thursday, September 30 at the Shaw & Robena Funeral Home. Rev. Clifton Dawson and Rev. Norman West officiating. Burial was made in Prospect Cemetery. - Mansfield Advertiser, October 1954
BOLT - Alice [SRGP 33085] - Mrs. Alice Bolt Gardner, 79, of Mansfield, died Friday, September 23, 1960, in the Blossburg State Hospital. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Kathryn Underwood, of Bath, NY, and Mrs. Pauline Ledford, of Silver Springs, MD; four brother, Edward and Ernest Bolt, both of Covington, George Bolt, of Mansfield, and Orey Bolt, of Transfer; three sisters, Mrs. Rachel Jones, of Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Evelyn Kingsley, of Elmira, NY, and Mrs. Edith Collum, of Corning, NY. The Rev. Donald Cronk conducted the services Sunday at 18 North Main Street. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. - Wellsboro Agitator, September 29, 1960
BORG, Olaf [SRGP 08341] d. Richmond Twp. "Sun.", age 70, a native of Sweden, 2 sons; John & August; 3 daus. Mrs. Fletcher, Mainesburg, Bertha & Anna. Buried Hope Cem., Mansfield [Mansfield Advertiser 1902 31-Dec]