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151 1933 - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holland have exchanged their house and lot in Lake Street, Cleveland, N.Y., for a 25-acre farm near Camden. Holland, Harry (I4125)
 
152 1933 - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holland, who have been in charge of the links and club house for several years were reappointed for another year. Holland, Harry (I4125)
 
153 1933 - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klix and son of Syracuse were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ulrick Klix. Klix, Ulrich J. (I3779)
 
154 1933 - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klix and son of Syracuse were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ulrick Klix. Klix, Paul (I3780)
 
155 1933 - Oneida Lakeview Inn, the former Globe Hotel at Cleveland, has been opened by Mr. and Mrs. Cottet.  Cottet, Alvin (I2048)
 
156 1933 - Rev. G.H. MacNish of this village was named chairman of the greens committee. Macnish, Rev. George Herbert (I2019)
 
157 1933 - The schools of his vicinity have opened with ? Miss Bertha Cook in the Cleveland High School. Cook, Bertha J. (I3719)
 
158 1933 - The schools of his vicinity have opened with ? Miss Iona Laraway of Cleveland in the Seventh Day Adventist school. Laraway, Iona Ema (I2439)
 
159 1934 - Cleveland Tuesday elected W. Fitzpatrick mayor over Fred O Dunham. Fitzpatrick, postmaster 12 years, is Republican but ran on the Democratic ticket. Fitzpatrick, William V. (I1630)
 
160 1934 - He was a plumber by trade and had established a shop in this village. Because of poor health he had retired from active work about a year ago. Bopp, Frederick (I2201)
 
161 1934 - Miss Bertha Cook, a teacher at Cleveland, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James Cook. Cook, Bertha J. (I3719)
 
162 1934 - Mr. and Mrs. Eri Coady, Railroad Street, have opened a flower shop for the rush season in the Bitz block, Cleveland. The shop carries both cut and potted plants from the VanRy greenhouses, Railroad street. Coady, Eri (I4187)
 
163 1934 - Mr. and Mrs. Eri Coady, Railroad Street, have opened a flower shop for the rush season in the Bitz block, Cleveland. The shop carries both cut and potted plants from the VanRy greenhouses, Railroad street. Hastings, Eileen (I4186)
 
164 1934 - Office of the F.E. Collier Grist Mill was burglarized last Thursday night. The front doors were jimmied. All papers were ransacked and scattered, a $20 bale of rope, several axes, saws and tools stolen. The rope was later found by the round by fishermen. Troopers immediately began work on the case. Collier, Fredrick (I1108)
 
165 1934 - Oswego County Medical society held a special dinner meeting in Cleveland yesterday in honor of Dr. W.G. Babcock, Cleveland physician and dean of the profession in that county who has rounded out 50 years in medical practice. The dinner took place at Hotel Cleveland at 6 p.m., followed by a program of music and speaking. Dr. Babcock will soon celebrate his 79th birthday. Babcock, Dr. Willis G. (I1948)
 
166 1934 - Station agent and Mrs. C.H. Drum left Saturday for Elmira Heights where they were guests of his brother, Isaac E. Drum and family for a few days. Drum, Clinton H. (I1179)
 
167 1934 - Station agent and Mrs. C.H. Drum left Saturday for Elmira Heights where they were guests of his brother, Isaac E. Drum and family for a few days. Drum, Isaac E. (I805)
 
168 1934 - The Huckleberry crop of the north shore region of Oneida Lake is next to a failure this year. Bernhard Delahunt of Cleveland, who harvested 15,000 quarts last year, estimates his yield on 410 acres at about 200 quarts. Severity of last winter and extreme dry weather are given for the greatly reduced production. Delahunt, Bernard (I4160)
 
169 1934 - Trustees elected were DeEarl Goodrich on Republican and Democratic ticket and Joseph Bitz, Republican. Bitz, Joseph (I1512)
 
170 1935 - Mr. and Mrs. Delos Gilbert, whose hotel was recently fire swept in Cleveland, have resumed business in the Lake View Inn, that village. Gilbert, Delos (I2961)
 
171 1935 - Mrs. Clara Bonneau has returned to her home in Cleveland, after spending some time with her daughter, Mrs. Florence Dixon. Senecal, Clara (I1114)
 
172 1935 - Mrs. Clara Bonneau, who broke her arm about two weeks ago, is now being cared for at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Florence Dixon, at North Bay. Bonneau, Florence (I1653)
 
173 1935 - Mrs. Clara Bonneau, who broke her arm about two weeks ago, is now being cared for at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Florence Dixon, at North Bay. Senecal, Clara (I1114)
 
174 1935 - Mrs. Geo. Kroeger, who fell on the ice Christmas day and broker her left arm, and Miss Margaret Watson, who suffered a broken ankle in a similar accident the same day, are resting comfortably at their homes here. Holtz, Unknown (I1570)
 
175 1935 - Mrs. Geo. Kroeger, who fell on the ice Christmas day and broker her left arm, and Miss Margaret Watson, who suffered a broken ankle in a similar accident the same day, are resting comfortably at their homes here. Watson, Margaret Elizabeth (I3729)
 
176 1935 - Mrs. Mary Cooper, a local school teacher, was suddenly taken ill while on a visit in Oswego, over weekend. Mrs. Lillian P. Dowd is her supply during her absence. Cooper, Mary (I3721)
 
177 1939 member of the Harbor Committee. App, Clarence George (I1)
 
178 1940 U.S. Census estimates the year of birth as 1910, although the actual date of birth used is taken from the U.S. Social Security Death Index. App, Clarence George (I1)
 
179 1942 - Corp. Bertram Griesmyer, Med. Det. 174th, Inf., A.P.O. 44, Tacoma, Washington Griesmeyer, Bertram John Jr (I3678)
 
180 1942 Army enlistment data indicates Charles civilian occupation as "semiskilled occupations in production of chemical products, n.e.c." Tufts, Charles Leonard (I1664)
 
181 1948 residence was on Clay Street. Drum, Clinton H. (I1179)
 
182 2nd Wife Family F327
 
183 2nd wife after Polly Marsden passed away. Family F901
 
184 32 years ago yesterday, John Robus left the shores of old England. Robus, John (I390)
 
185 3rd Cav HQ, 43rd Squadron, Patton's Ghost Troopers, 3rd Army, Utah Beach, 1944 Cottet, Raymond James (I1689)
 
186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I159)
 
187 ? Expectations are the William M. Gallagher, of Cleveland, will be appointed to succeed Mr. Wallace. Mr. Gallagher was elected as special surrogate at the last election. His appointment as county attorney would entail his resigning from the office of special surrogate, which would create a vacancy that would be filled by Governor Roosevelt ? Mr. Gallagher is a former incumbent as county attorney and also has served as supervisor. Gallagher, William M. (I71)
 
188 ?A severe accident happened George Lenning, early Thursday morning, up at the glass factory. The workmen were almost finishing up a blowing, and George was tending on Johnny Kimme. He was gathering a lump of glass, when the handle came off the pipe, which threw him backward, and he fell over into the swing-hole, a depth of some 8 feet. He was knocked unconscious for a long time; a rib was broken, his head badly cut, and altogether was hurt very bad. He was carried to the house of Wm. Synder, and medical assistance secured; but it will probably be a considerable time before George gets around again.? --- Lakeside Press, 12/04/1880 Kime, John Philip (I646)
 
189 ?According to the 1880 census, Mary is living with her mother and step-father James Carroll. Redick, Mary (I529)
 
190 A Celebration of Life will be held at the Constantia Methodist Church at 11 AM, Saturday, June 2nd.

Burial will be private. 
Pratt, Helen P. (I4127)
 
191 A cold recording of this woman?s death. Ohio, County Death Records. Margaret Mulholland. Death. 30 Jan 1919. Toledo, Lucas, Ohio. Female. Age 80. Single. White. No occupation. Estimated birth 1839. Burial 30 Jan 1919. Burial place; Cleveland, New York. Mulholland, Margret (I1261)
 
192 A correspondent from Amboy Centre writes to the Camden Advance: Warner Whaley of this town has sold his farm to O.H. Haller, also of this town, for $4,000. Mr. Whaley will very soon move on to his place in the village of Cleveland. He will be greatly missed in this town, especially West Amboy. For years he has done more and paid more to support the gospel and maintain a show of civilization in the morality than any other man; and now that he is about to leave, we know not what will shield Sodom from ruin. Surely it will not be 'ten righteous men'. The village of Cleveland will find in Mr. Whaley and his family a great addition to their good society ...  Whaley, Warner L. (I2921)
 
193 A daughter was born to Bill Dwyre, Thursday night; but Bill is not satisfied; he wanted a boy. Family F284
 
194 A few hours after the death of A.S. Potter, last week, a girl baby was born to his daughter, Mrs. C. Knights. Knight, Altay Potter (I200)
 
195 A few years ago, Dr. P.D. Bailey bought of Dr. W.G. Babcock of Cleveland, on a contract, his drug store and medical practice. The contract provided that Dr. Babcock should not sell drugs or practice medicine in the townships of Vienna and Constantia, and that if the contract should be violated he agreed to pay Dr. Bailey has brought suit against Dr. Babcock for $3,000, alleging that Dr. Babcock has visited socially in the families of his former patients and while doing so has practiced his profession. The case is being watched with much interest by the people of Cleveland and vicinity. Babcock, Dr. Willis G. (I1948)
 
196 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4076)
 
197 A handsome monument was erected this week in the village or cemetery, to Rev. Dillon Williams and Mary, his wife, by their children. It is of Quincy granite polished. The sub-base is 3 feet 3 inches square; the monument is 10 feet 3 inches high and occupies a prominent position on the north side of cemetery. After the inscriptions follow these texts: 'If God be for us, who can be against us?', 'The memory of the just is blessed.' The monument is in every way a fitting memorial of a noble Christian man and woman. Williams, Rev. Dillon (I293)
 
198 A handsome monument was erected this week in the village or cemetery, to Rev. Dillon Williams and Mary, his wife, by their children. It is of Quincy granite polished. The sub-base is 3 feet 3 inches square; the monument is 10 feet 3 inches high and occupies a prominent position on the north side of cemetery. After the inscriptions follow these texts: 'If God be for us, who can be against us?', 'The memory of the just is blessed.' The monument is in every way a fitting memorial of a noble Christian man and woman. Unknown, Mary C. (I2970)
 
199 A large number were present at St. Mary's Church, last Sunday evening, to witness the marriage of William Dwyer and Miss Katie Fitzpatrick. Frank App acted as best man and Miss Mary Keogh as bridesmaid. The ceremony, including the appropriate remarks of Father Maguire at the conclusion, were very interesting - William is a young man, with a good trade, industrious, ambitious, and even-tempered. His bride has all the requisites of a good wife, industry, economy, neatness, and domestic qualities unsurpassed. If these, with love's lode-star as a guide, ar unable to direct the bark of matrimony over the seas of life, under the sunny skies of happiness, into the port of conjugal felicity, there is a poor lookout for many others who start on that life-long voyage with less propitious prospects. Family F284
 
200 A lieutenant in World War I, he served in France under the late General George S. Patton, Jr. of World War II. Macnish, Rev. George Herbert (I2019)
 

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