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From the Amsterdam Daily Democrat, Tuesday evening, July 13, 1886
A VENERABLE LADY GONE.
Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Frost at the Home of Her Sister, Mrs. Van Denbergh.
Mrs. Elizabeth Frost died at 5 A.M. to-day at the residence of her sister, Mrs. W. L. Van Denbergh, on the Boulevard, aged sixty-nine years. Her death was due to a stomach difficulty which proved quite puzzling to her physicians. Mrs. Frost was the eldest child of the late Howland Fish, of Glen, and was born in Johnstown. The most of her youth was passed in the town of Glen, where she was married in early life to Edmund Frost. The couple went to New Orleans to reside. At that time the journey took a month, by the shortest and quickest route. Mr. and Mrs. Frost lived in New Orleans till the war broke out. The wife came north but her husband and his partner were detained in the city for a year afterward, or until the Union troops took possession. Since that time Mrs. Frost's home has been in Cambridge, Mass. Her husband died about a year ago. She came to Amsterdam about six months ago with the intention of spending the rest of her life here. Her intention has been fulfilled, but in a much shorter time than was expected. Mrs. Frost was a lady of high culture and many accomplishments, possessing all the graces of Christian womanhood. Her place in life was filled in a manner that left nothing to be desired, and her memory will long be green in the hearts of her large circle of sorrowing relatives and friends. She leaves two brothers, Judge Frothingham Fish and Austin Fish, of Fultonville, and one sister, Mrs. W. L. Van Denbergh. The funeral will be held Thursday at 2 P.M. at the residence of Mr. Van Denbergh. Rev. C. H. Baldwin and Rev. Washington Frothingham of Fonda, a distant relative of the family, will officiate. The remains will be interred in the family lot in the Fultonville cemetery.
From The Troy Daily Times, Troy NY, Thursday afternoon, July 15, 1886
The funeral of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Frost will occur from the residence of W. L. Vandenbergh to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. C. H. Baldwin of Amsterdam and the Rev. Washington Frothingham of Fonda will officiate. The interment will be in the Fultonville cemetery.
From the Amsterdam Evening Recorder, Thursday, November 7, 1929, page 3
Funeral of Frank Reynolds.
Fonda, Nov. 7- The funeral of Frank Reynolds was held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at the George undertaking parlors and at 9:30 at St. Cecilia's church, the Rev. Joseph M. O'Connor officiating. The bearers were John Griffin, John J. Conroy, Michael Hogan, William Lunkenheimer, Thomas Glenn and John Washington. Interment was in St. Cecilia's cemetery.
The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2. The Rev. Maud Hembred of Rochester will officiate and interment will be made in the Fultonville cemetery.
From The Tully Times, Saturday, April 9, 1904 (Tully NY, Onondaga County)
Death of John H. Bell.
John H. Bell, of Glen village, died at his home in that place on Monday last, after an illness of ten days with grip. The deceased, who was 76 years of age at the time of his death, had been a resident of the town of Glens (sic) and Charleston, N.Y. from the time of his birth, and was widely known and highly esteemed. He is survived by a widow and two sons, Charles, of Amsterdam, N.Y., and Ephram J. of Tully.
The funeral took place at his late home in Glen village on Thursday, the services being conducted by Rev. I. J. VanHee. Interment in Fultonville cemetery.
From the Amsterdam Evening Recorder, Saturday, April 2, 1904, page 3
John H. Bell, a Respected Villager, Passes Away
After a short illness from grip and pneumonia, John H. Bell died on Tuesday morning, aged 76 years. He was one of the respected citizens of our hamlet, quiet and unobtrusive. He leaves a wife and two sons, Charles of Amsterdam, and Ephraim of Tully. The funeral service was held on Thursday at his late home, the Rev. I. J. Van Hee of Fultonville officiating. The remains will be placed in the Fultonville vault.
From the Albany Morning Express, Saturday, July 25, 1891
Fultonville: John Lewis, a veteran soldier, died suddenly at the county asylum Monday and was buried in the soldiers plot in Fultonville cemetery Wednesday by the members of Van Derveer Post, G. A.R., the Rev. F. V. Van Vranken officiating.
Auriesville: John Lewis, a well known resident of the town of Glen died suddenly Monday. He took a walk and soon after leaving the house was found dead in a field. He was 74 years old and a man of education. He was a veteran of the late war and is survived by two brothers. The funeral was held Wednesday and interment was made in the Fultonville cemetery.
From The Times Union, Albany NY, Tuesday, February 2, 1926
Fultonville.- The funeral of Jerome A. Cross was held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at his home on Union street. Rev. W. H. Smith, pastor of the Reformed church, officiated, assisted by Fultonville Lodge, 531, F. and A.M. There was a profusion of floral tributes. The bearers were: Garrett P.S. Cross, Malcolm Dutcher, Willard Cross and Walter Brown. Interment was in Maple avenue vault until spring, when burial will be in the family plot in Fultonville cemetery. The following from out-of-town were in attendance: Miss Eleanore A. Cross of New York city, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett P.S. Cross and son, Alan, of Beverley, Mass., Mrs. Van Dyck See of Ridgewood, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Dutcher of Westfield, N.J., Miss Henrietta Y. Cross of Oswego, Willard Cross of Gloversville, George Billington of Feura (?) Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Billington of Palatine Bridge, Mrs. Charles Major, Mrs. Alice Voorhees and son, Schuyler Voorhees, of Amsterdam, Walter Brown of Tribes Hill, Albert Divendorf of Currytown, and Jay Shelp of Glen. The Masonic lodge attended the funeral in a body. The Masonic ritual was performed by Everett E. Green.
Miss Henrietta Y. Cross, who was called here by the death of her uncle, Jerome A. Cross, returned Saturday to her home in Oswego.
Miss Eleanore A. Cross, who was called here by the death of her father, Jerome A. Cross, returned Sunday to New York city to resume her duties as teacher.
From The Daily Times, Troy NY, Wednesday afternoon, July 26, 1899
Amsterdam.- The remains of John Starin Freeman of New York have been buried in the Starin plat (sic) in Fultonville cemetery. The deceased was thirty-three years of age and was born at Fultonville.
NOTE: he was the John Starin, born March 22, 1866, son of Horace B. & Elizabeth Freeman, who was baptized March 2, 1872 at Fultonville by Rev. Francis M. Kip Jr. His siblings were Maturin/Maturen Freeman and Minnie L. Freeman Sands.
From the Daily Republican, Johnstown NY, Thursday, November 14, 1895
Horace H. (sic) Freeman, at one time a prominent citizen of Fultonville, but for a number of years past in the employ of Hon. John H. Starin, in New York, died in that city a few days since, and his remains were brought to Fultonville, on Monday, for interment.
From The New York Herald, Sunday, November 10, 1895, front page
FREEMAN- On Friday, November 8, 1895, of pneumonia, HORACE B. FREEMAN.
Funeral services will be held at St. Luke's Church, Hudson st., opposite Grove, Sunday afternoon, at a quarter to four. Relatives and friends respectfully invited.
JOHN H. STARIN COUNCIL, No. 80 - American Legion of Honor. - Companions. - You are hereby notified to be present at the funeral services of our late companion, Horace B. Freeman, at St. Luke's Church, Hudson st., opposite Grove st., Sunday, November 10, 1895, at a quarter to four P.M.
From The Daily Times, Troy NY, Monday afternoon, August 19, 1901
Mrs. John H. Morrison of Fultonville died last evening at the home of her brother, William J. Kline, in Amsterdam. The deceased had long been a resident of Fultonville and was highly esteemed in that locality. Her husband died four years ago. She is survived by two brothers, William J. and Seward Kline, of Amsterdam, and two sisters, Mrs. Nicholas Wemple of Fultonville and Mrs. Charles E. Linton, of Saginaw, Mich. Mrs. Morrison was a member of the Reformed Church of Fultonville and was interested in the religious and charitable institutions of Fultonville, particularly the Starin Industrial School. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of Mrs. John H. Morrison in Fultonville. The remains will be taken to Fultonville to-morrow afternoon, after brief services at the residence of William J. Kline, conducted by Rev. Dr. Van Zee. Interment will be made in the Fultonville cemetery.
From The Daily Times, Troy NY, Friday afternoon, May 13, 1887
Amsterdam.- The remains of Mabel Wemple Kline, daughter of Seward Kline, business manager of the Daily Democrat, were removed to-day to the Fultonville cemetery.
From The Daily Times, Troy NY, Wednesday afternoon, March 27, 1901
Fort Hunter.- The funeral of John J. Casler was held at 11 o'clock this morning. The services were conducted by Rev. Jacob Henry Enders, assisted by Rev. Mr. LaGrange of Watervliet. The interment was made in the Fultonville cemetery.
From The Morning Herald, Gloversville and Johnstown NY, Thursday, October 3, 1935, page 3
DEATH CLAIMS MARK H. ALLEN
Well Known Currytown Man Passes; Funeral to Be Held Tomorrow
Fultonville - Mark H. Allen, 69, well known farmer resident of Currytown, died at his home there at 10:30 yesterday morning. He had been ill for several months and death was due to complications.
The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 from the late home. Rev. William H. Smith, pastor of the Fultonville Reformed church, will officiate and interment will be made in the Fultonville cemetery.
Mr. Allen was born at Rural Grove on July 15, 1866, the son of Byron Allen and Sarah (Rickard) Allen. He was engaged in farming in that section for the greater part of his life, having only retired a few years ago. He was a member of the Christian church of Charlestown Four Corners and a member of Rural Grove lodge, I.O.O.F.
The survivors are his wife, one son, Byron Allen, of Great Barrington, Mass.; one daughter, Mrs. Roger Kinne; four grandchildren, Robert, Jane and Byron Jr., of Great Barrington, Mass., and Roger Allen Kinne of Currytown; also several nieces and nephews.
From The Livingston Republican, Geneseo NY, Thursday, June 5, 1941, page 8
Miller - Miss Jennie M. Miller passed away Thursday evening, May 29, in the home of her sister, Mrs. John S. Cooley of Groveland.
Miss Miller was born in Glen, Montgomery county, May 1,1898, and attended Albany Normal school. She retired from the teaching professional several years ago and spent her winters in Florida and Texas but for the past three years had resided in Groveland.
Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Cooley and Mrs. Abram Faulknor of Glen; and three nieces, Miss Katherine Cooley and Mrs. Ronald Campbell of New York city and Mrs. Walter Gustavson of Port Chester.
Funeral services were held in the Cooley home Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and from the Morris funeral home in Fultonville at 4:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Interment was in Maple Ave. cemetery. Rev. Arthur V. Durbin of Groveland officiated at both services.
From the Dansville Breeze, Dansville NY, Wednesday, June 4, 1941
Last Rite for Jennie Miller.
Funeral services for Jennie Miller were held Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the home of her sister, Mrs. John Cooley in Groveland.
The body was taken to Fultonville for services and burial in Fultonville cemetery.
From The Morning Herald, Gloversville and Johnstwn, NY, Friday, September 8, 1933, page 16
Mrs. William Barlow.
Funeral services for Mrs. William Barlow will be held Saturday afternoon at 12:30 at the home in Bleecker and at 2:30 at the John W. Finocan funeral home, 13 Prospect avenue. Rev. L.C. Jackman, pastor of the Emmanuel Baptist church, will officiate. Interment wil be made in the family plot in the Fultonville cemetery.
Mrs. Lydia Barlow, 56, passed away at her home in Bleecker yesterday morning at 2:30 after a lingering illness. She was born in Johnstown, but had resided in Bleecker for the past 30 yeas. She was a member of the First Baptist church of Johnstown.
The survivors are her husband, William Barlow of Bleecker; two sisters, Mrs. Katherine Freeman of Randall and Miss Lucinda Bowler of Gloversville; two brothers, Frank Bowler of Fonda. [Note: there appear to be typographical errors of omission at the end of the obit.]
From The Morning Herald, Gloversville and Johnstown NY, Thursday, February 4, 1932, page 12
Miss Sarah C. Steen.
Funeral services for Miss Sarah C. Steen were held yesterday morning at 11:30 at the Walrath & Bushouer funeral home, 51 Fremont street. Rev. Will Dyre McCurdy, D.D., pastor of the First Baptist church officiated. The bearers were Harry and William Swart, William Clark and Frank Gifford. Interment will be made in the family plot in the Fultonville cemetery. Flowers were from relatives, friends, neighbors, the First Baptist church and the Home Department in the church.
From The Morning Herald, Gloversville and Johnstown NY, Thursday, September 20, 1928, page 6
Leslie Shultz, aged 35 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Shultz of Riders Corners, died Sunday night in the Amsterdam City hospital, where he has been for several days following an operation. The funeral was held at the Baptist church at Riders Corners, Wednesday at 1 o'clock. Burial was made in Fultonvllle cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs. H.J. Carr was held Saturday afternoon. The Rev. G. R. Crockett officiated. Burial was made in the Fultonville cemetery. Mrs. Carr will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends and relatives.
From The Morning Herald, Johnstown NY, Thursday, April 22, 1914, page 4
The funeral of Louis Clark, whose death occurred Sunday morning last at the home of his daughter, Miss Luella Stark, in Fultonville, was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the late home and at 2 o'clock in the Baptist church at that place. Rev. Mr. Stanley officiated and interment was made in the Fultonville cemetery. Mrs. Thomas Pound, Mrs. James Blessing and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Duesler of this city [Johnstown] were in attendance at the funeral.
From The Morning Herald, Johnstown NY, Saturday, March 29, 1913, page 4
Mrs. Lydia A. Chapman.
Mrs. Lydia A. Chapman, aged seventy-four years, widow of the late John W. Chapman, died at the home of her niece, Mrs. Allen Settle, 16 Hoosac street, Friday morning at 3:50 (?) o'clock, after a lingering illness of heart disease. Mrs. Chapman resided in Amsterdam until a week ago, when she came to this city to reside with her niece. She was an attendant of the Baptist church in Amsterdam, where she had a large number of close friends and acquaintances who will be deeply grieved to learn of her demise. She was highly respected by all who knew her. Besides her niece she is survived by three step-daughters, Mrs. Eliza J. Christian of Syracuse and Mrs. Thomas F. Kane and Mrs. Eugene Frossard of Amsterdam.
The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of her niece and will be conducted by Rev. W. W. Ellsworth, rector of St. John's Episcopal church. Interment will take place in the Fultonville cemetery.
From the Evening Recorder, Amsterdam NY, Thursday, September 28, 1933, page 3
COLE - September 26, 1933, George Cole. Strictly private funeral at the McNamara funeral home Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, the Rev. Frank T. Rhoad officiating. Interment in Fultonville cemetery.
From the Amsterdam Evening Recorder, Saturday, December 8, 1928, page 3
Funeral of Mrs. Purdell.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Purdell was held Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the undertaking parlors of Elliot R. Boice. The Rev. Dr. Carey S. Osborn, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated. Interment was in the Fultonville cemetery at Fultonville. Boyd Purdell, Floyd Purdell, John Pangburn, Francis Stevens, Willis Gower and Gordon Lawton were the bearers. Those in attendance from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Purdell of Gloversville and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Purdell and daughter of Mellinsville.
From the Amsterdam Evening Recorder, Thursday, February 4, 1926, page 3
Funeral of George D. Jamison.
The funeral of George D. Jamison was held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at his h ome, 332(?) Division street, the Rev. Frank T. Rhoad, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church, officiating. There were numerous tributes, including remembrances fro the Flower Mission of the First Reformed church, and the employes of Holzheimer & Shaul as well as from the family, neighbors and other friends. The body was placed in the vault of the Fultonville cemetery. Members of the family were bearers.
From the Amsterdam Evening Recorder, Thursday, January 8, 1920, page 3
John B. Faulknor.
John B. Faulknor, aged 61, died at his home, 16 Wright street, at 10:45 o'clock Wednesday night, after an illness of eight days of bronchial pneumonia. He was born at Mill Point, but has lived in Amsterdam for 27 years. Of late he has been in the employ of the Pioneer Broom company. Besides his wife, Mr. Faulknor is survived by three sons, Gilbert, Louis and Arthur; three brothers, Frank E., of the Amsterdam police force, and Daniel, of Amsterdam, and W. Allen, of Mill Point; and a sister, Mrs. Nelson Shelp of the town of Florida. (Johnstown papers please copy.)
From the Amsterdam Evening Recorder, Saturday, January 10, 1920, page 11
Funeral of John B. Faulknor.
The funeral of John B. Faulknor was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the funeral house of Johnson & Lindsay, and was largely attended. The Rev. W. Edgar Pierce officiated. The body was placed in Fair View vault and in the spring interment will be in the Fultonville cemetery. The bearers were Gilbert and Lewis Faulknor, sons of the deceased, Frank E. and W. Allen Faulknor, brothers, and Daniel and Frank Shelp, cousins.
From the Amsterdam Evening Recorder, Friday, August 17, 1917, page 10
Mrs. Mary Ann Suits.
Mrs. Mary Ann Suits, aged 91, widow of Christopher Suits, died Thursday afternoon at the home of James L. Lavine, 57 1/2 Wall street. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. John Gill and Mrs. James L. Lavine of this city, Mrs. George Hall and Mrs. John Overman of Oneida, and Mrs. Peter Lane, of Yosts; four brothers and two sisters and also several grandchildren. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. C. A. S. Heath officiating. Interment will be in Fultonville cemetery.
From the Amsterdam Evening Recorder, unknown date ca. March 3, 1912
Fultonville, March 3-
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