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Tri County Clippings- Troy Gazette Register 1911

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These clippings from ancient and fragile newspapers stored above the Troy Gazette-Register office are being typed by Tri-County volunteers for presentation on site. Primarily we are preserving the neighborhood news columns and the obituary, marriage and birth information included in them. I intend also to include articles that show the influences on the lives and attitudes of our local populations at the time, and I will also illustrate the individual pages with ads from the era. Nothing is more revealing of lifestyle than the goods and services available.
The TGR covers the area of all townships surrounding Troy and many neighborhoods have a local column submitted, but not necessarily every week or even every year.
Our thanks goes to the staff of the Troy Gazette-Register for giving us access to this valuable old news so that we can share it with you. There is no better way to understand the culture and customs of our old communities than by sifting through these clippings.  Even the names of some of these old communities have ceased to exist in today's world, but we have them captured and preserved here.  If you do not have the time to enjoy the luxury of sifting through clippings, these will be included in the Search Engine which you can reach from the "Front Door" of the Tri-County Genealogy & History sites by Joyce M. Tice. 
Troy Gazette – Register
Troy, Bradford County, PA
Joyce's Search Tip - August 2008 
Do You Know that you can search just the 239 pages of Troy Gazette-Register Clippings on the site by using the TGR Clippings button in the Partitioned search engine at the bottom of the Current What's New Page
You'll also find obituary and other newspaper clippings using the three county-level Obits by Cemetery buttons and the general Clippings Button. Additional clippings can be found in the Birth, Marriage, and some other partitions. 

Volume XLVIII, #25, Friday, June 30, 1911

Mrs. C. S. Holcomb and daughter Lutilda, of Monroeton, are visiting her parents, H. K. Mott and wife.

Earl Tomlinson and bride, (nee) Grace Ally have returned from their wedding trip. We all wish them happiness.

Volume XLVIII, #28, Friday, July 21, 1911

Mr. and Mrs. John Mott, of Elmira, are visiting his parents, H. K. Mott and wife.

Glen Strope, of Bernice, has been visiting his brother William Strope, a week past.

Volume XLVIII, #30, Friday, August 4, 1911

Miss Irene Chadwick of Emporium, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. H. Lewis.

S. M. Mott and bride, who recently spent a few days with his son in this place, have gone back to Elmira.

Volume XLVIII, #35, Friday, September 8, 1911

Born, August 30th, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Holcomb, a son.

Volume XLVIII, #36, Friday, September 15, 1911

Mrs. Frank Baxter and little son of Alba, spent a couple of days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mason.

Volume XLVIII, #39, Friday, September 29, 1911

LeRoy Holcomb, who has been ill for so long a time, was able to visit his daughter, Mrs. J. L. Williams, in Canton last week.

A daughter came to gladden the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Coon, at Laquin, September 14th. Mrs. Coon is alarmingly ill.

The funeral of Mr. Joseph Bailey was largely attended at the home last Monday afternoon. His sudden death early Friday morning caused a shock to the community. Mr. Bailey was 65 years of age and has always lived near LeRoy. His wife survives and two sons, Maynard and Boyd, and one daughter, Mrs. Will McCraney. Burial was in East Canton cemetery, in charge of members of Canton Lodge, P.O.S. of A.

Volume XLVIII, #40, Friday, October 13, 1911

Miles Bunyan and wife and daughter, Madeline, of Granville, spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Phoebe Morse, in this place.

Volume XLVIII, #41, Friday, October 20, 1911

A daughter was born October 14 the Harry Mott and wife.

A birthday party and dinner was given LeRoy Holcomb last Saturday in honor of his 81st birthday.

Undertakers R. K. and H. A. Morse conducted the funeral in Granville last Saturday of Mrs. Emery Larcom.

Mrs. Lucy Smith is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Denton West, below town.

Volume XLVIII, #43, Friday, November 3, 1911

A number from this place were in attendance at the forty-first wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Morse at their home near East Canton last Monday.

Mrs. A. T. Weaver, of Sayre, has come to stay an indefinite time with her daughter, Mrs. Bevan.

Volume XLVIII, #45, Friday, November 17, 1911

Mrs. Miles Bunyan and daughter, Madeline, of Granville, were over Sunday guests of her mother in this place.

Volume XLVIII, #47, Friday, December 1, 1911

Mrs. Pamelia Roby, of Elmira, paid a visit to her parents, A. T. Lilley and wife, last week.

Mrs. R. K. Morse spent a part of last week with her brother Irvin Wilcox and family at Laquin.

Mr. Ira Holcomb of Bradford, Pa., is visiting his brother, Guy T. Holcomb, of this place.


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Troy, Bradford Co., PA

January 1912 issues missing

Volume XLIX, #5, Friday, February 9, 1912

Curtis Kelley, wife and daughters, Misses Amy and Lizzie are spending a month in Porto Rico.

Mrs. C. M. Coon and daughter Genevieve of Laquin are spending some time at Jacksonville, Florida, for the former’s health.

Volume XLIX, #11, Friday, March 22, 1912

Miss Goldie Shattuck of Alba, is assisting her aunt, Miss Holcomb, with her millinery sale.

Volume XLIX, #14, Friday, April 12, 1912

Master Lavere Johnson of Elmira, who has been staying with his grand parents, C. E. McCraney and wife, had the misfortune to fall while leading a dog and fractured his leg.  Mrs. Johnson came and took him back to Elmira on Monday.

Volume XLIX, #16, Friday, April 26, 1912

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lewis and daughter Geraldine, visited relatives in Corning last week.

Mrs. C. E. McCraney visited her daughter, Mrs. Harry Johnson, and family, in Elmira, a week past.

Volume XLIX, #18, Friday, May 10, 1912

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Holcomb of Monroeton have been spending a couple of days with Mrs. Holcomb’s parents, H. K. Mott and wife.

Dr. C. M. Coon and daughter Genevieve, of Laquin, spent Friday with his father in this place.

Volume XLIX, #19, Friday, May 17, 1912

Merritt Wilcox was called to Williamsport Sunday evening, by the alarming illness of his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Maynard.

Andrew Mott and family of Franklindale, passed Sunday with his parents, H. K. Mott and wife.

Mrs. W. H. DuBois of Monroeton, spent Sunday with her sister and brother, Miss Ida and Charles Walburn in this place.

Mrs. Lucy Smith is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Albert Rockwell in Rochester.

Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Sherman were in Canton Wednesday, to attend the funeral of their niece, Miss Mabel Hager.

Volume XLIX, #22, Friday, June 7, 1912

Mrs. John VanGorder and three children of Elmira, have been spending a week with her sister, Mrs. D. L. Bevan.

John Mott and wife of Elmira, spent Sunday at H. K. Mott’s.

Armstrong Perry and wife of Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting her sister, Mrs. R. E. Holcomb and family.

Volume XLIX, #23, Friday, June 14, 1912

Mrs. Hannah Rockwell of Granville has been spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. S. C. Kitchen and her brother, Leroy Holcombe.

Volume XLIX, #24, Friday, June 11, 1912

Dr. C. M. Coon of Laquin, was over to see his mother, Mrs. C. W. Coon, who has been ailing several days past.

N. M. Montanye and wife spent Tuesday with their daughter, Mrs. R. E. Holcomb.

Volume XLIX, #25, Friday, June 28, 1912

Mrs. David Percival has purchased a new organ from her uncle, J. Bellows, of Elmira.

Mrs. Arthur Whipple and Mrs. F. D. Stone have been spending ten days in Philadelphia with their sister, Mrs. Jarius Brown.

Volume XLIX, #26, Friday, July 5, 1912

Miss Ida Walburn visited her sister, Mrs. DuBois at Monroeton, last Friday.

Mrs. Carl Lilley and daughter, Marion of Bernice, are visiting relatives in this place.

Ellery Landon and wife of Pasadena, Cal., arrived in town Sunday, for a visit with her parents, C. E. McCraney and wife.

Mrs. Lucy Mott of Elmira, is visiting at H. K. Mott’s.

Volume XLIX, #28, Friday, July 19, 1912

Mr. R. K. Morse and son Perley, and Mrs. Elizabeth Wilcox autoed to Towanda Sunday and visited relatives.

Mrs. Anna Leis is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Stone and family in Elmira.

LaVere Johnson of Elmira, is ill with measles at the home of his grandparents, C. E. McCraney and wife.

Mrs. Mary Henson and daughter Pauline, of Elmira, are visiting relatives in town.

Volume XLIX, #36, Friday, September 16, 1912

Mrs. S. S. Montanye and sons of Johnstown, are visiting her sister, Mrs. R. E. Holcomb.

Mrs. Anna Lewis, who has been very ill at the home of her daughter, in Elmira has recovered sufficiently to return to her home in this place, Sunday, her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Stone accompanied her.

Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Whipple left Monday morning for a visit to their son Dennis in Chicago.  D. S. Sherman and wife are keeping house during their absence.

Volume XLIX, #37, Friday, September 20, 1912

G. T. Holcombe is entertaining his sister, Mrs. Mary Bloom of Chicago, and two brothers from Bradford, Pa.

Volume XLIX, #38, Friday, September 27, 1912 missing

Volume XLIX, #39, Friday, October 4, 1912

Mrs. T. Gregory and daughter Ina, and Miss Ella Selleck were shopping in Williamsport, Saturday.

Aaron Smith and wife of Canton, are visiting his sister, Mrs. A. West.

Mrs. Mary Blowers returned recently after a several weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Freeman in Canandaigua.

Mrs. J. L. Williams of Canton, came Monday to help care for her father, L. Holcomb.

Volume XLIX, #41, Friday, October 18, 1912

Chas. And Miss Ida Walburn visited their uncle, Aaron Walburn and family of Granville, last Sunday.

Volume XLIX, #42, Friday, October 25, 1912

Clarence Pepper and daughter Cleone are ill with diphtheria.

Robert Mason celebrated his 80th birthday last Friday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. L. Lewis.  The children, grandchildren and five great grandchildren were present and enjoyed the occasion.  An elegant dinner was served.

(West Leroy)  Miss Grace Smith who is staying with Mrs. G. C. Gustin at East Canton was calling on her people, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Smith Sunday.

(West Leroy)  Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vroman and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Selleck visited their brother Charles Morse who has just returned from a Philadelphia hospital, Sunday.

(West Leroy) Miss Mary Nights has been staying a few days with her sister, Mrs. Charles Morse.

Volume XLIX, #45, Friday, November 15, 1912

Mrs. G. B. Lewis and Mrs. J. L. Williams were down from Canton Saturday night to see their father, L. Holcomb, who continues critically ill.

Mrs. M. L. Lindley of Philadelphia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. Holzworth.

Glen Strope of Bernice, is visiting his brother, Wm. Strope and also in the home of George Riggs.

Volume XLIX, #46, Friday, November 22, 1912

(West Leroy)  Mrs. f. D. Stone spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. John Whipple in LeRoy.

(West Leroy)  Mrs. M. L Lindley of Philadelphia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. W. Fleming.

(West Leroy)  Lillian Fairbanks, daughter of Ned Fairbanks, is ill with diphtheria.

Volume XLIX, #47, Friday, November 29, 1912

Mrs. S. A. Allen of Towanda is staying for a time with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Tomlinson.

Volume XLIX, #48, Friday, December 6, 1912

Mrs. Lucy Smith has gone to spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. M. L. Lindsley in Philadelphia.

Volume XLIX, #49, Friday, December 13, 1912

Mrs. Mary Mason has gone to Alba to spend some time with her sister, Mrs. Frank Baxter, and family.

Volume XLIX, #50, Friday, December 20, 1912

Charles and Miss Ida Walborn have closed the hotel for a week and gone to spend Xmas with their sister, Mrs. Fred Nottingham and family, near Olean, N. Y.

George Bevan and wife of Franklindale are visiting his brother, D. L. Bevan.