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2051 Upon the death of his father, George, his mother, Wilmot, lived with Richard and his family. Lee, Wilmot (I2997)
 
2052 Upon their return from a short trip, [Charlotte and Walter] will make their home in Cleveland. Linfield, Walter W. (I4227)
 
2053 Ursula Auringer to Thomas D. Deans, land in the town of Constantia, March 28, 1892. Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
 
2054 Valedictorian, Business Manager of Rambler, Dramatics, Prize Speaking, Soccer ?33 (second prize), Cheerleader, Historian Robare, Peter (I3728)
 
2055 Veal is living with George Getsinger, a glass blower, and may be his apprentice. Putnam, Veal (I3543)
 
2056 Vice President of Senior Class, Rambler Staff, Baseball ?33, ?34, ?35, Soccer ?32, ?33, ?34, ?35, Dramatics, Prize Speaking Griesmeyer, Bertram John Jr (I3678)
 
2057 Vice President, 1937
President, 1938 
Eaton, Arthur C. (I3793)
 
2058 W.H. Foster is putting up an ice house back of his store. Foster, William Henry Jr. (I46)
 
2059 W.J. Robus has retired from the position of sexton of St. James' Church. He now lives on the interest of the salary! Robus, William J. (I394)
 
2060 W.P. Fosdick is to retire from the butcher business next week. Fosdick, Whitman P. (I438)
 
2061 was a glass worker, came to the United States in August, 1879, direct to Berkshire, Mass., and was the only one of his family who came to the United States. Humez, Emanuel (I2876)
 
2062 was made station agent for the R. W. &. O. R. R. at Sandy Creek Station, in January, 1863, where he continued for thirty years. He was freight and passenger agent, telegraph operator,
express agent, yard master, etc., and until the consolidation, he also represented the Syracuse and Northern Railroad. 
Stevens, William Jay (I2878)
 
2063 Washington Market - On Tuesday, Jan. 6th, the undersigned will open a market on the corner of Lake and Church street, which he proposes to keep well stocked with the best quality Beef, Pork, Sausage, Bologna, Tripe, Bacon, Chickens, Oysters, Fish and Game of various kinds, and which will be sold Cheaper than elsewhere, for cash. -- George Travis Travis, George H. (I436)
 
2064 We are to have another saloon. A license is to be had for Ed. McFern, Jr., near the R.R. depot. McFern, Edward Jr. (I334)
 
2065 We learn that Asher Potter has purchased the property where he resided when here, and, with his family, will return to Cleveland in a week or two. Potter, Asher Smith (I499)
 
2066 We learn that Charles Ladue and Mrs. Lousia Best were married yesterday. Family F392
 
2067 We learn that Miss Alice Osborn is to take charge of the primary department of our school the coming term. Osborn, Alice (I731)
 
2068 We learn that Mr. Getman is making preparations to build another glass factory. The ground has been selected, close to the present works, and the lumber is already being prepared. It is expected that the works will be completed before the 1st of next June. Gene Morenus has the contract for building. Morenus, Eugene (I2707)
 
2069 We learn that Nick Bradshaw's wife has arrived here, and will keep house for her father, Ben Andrus. She left Nick at Oneida, where they were keeping house, because he again whipped her. Family F466
 
2070 Wednesday morning, while John Deans, Jr., was sawing out pieces of heading at Getman's saw mill, a piece of wood caught and threw his hand back on to the buzz saw, inflicting a very severe wound. Deans, John E. Jr. (I356)
 
2071 Well, if here ain't Otis Houser back again! Houser, Otis (I506)
 
2072 Wellford C. Perry, 83, Stacy Basin, died October 25, 1941, in his home after six months illness. Perry, Wellford C. (I4074)
 
2073 When he was five years of age his parents moved to New York Mills, where he remained until a young man, when he with his parents returned to Amboy, where he engaged in farming. Stark, Deacon Joseph (I4148)
 
2074 When Martin App holds ordinary conversation with his boys, he always talks English; but when he gets mad and requires more emphatic language, he uses Dutch. App, Martin (I11)
 
2075 When Rev. D. Marvin, Jr. took charge of the M.E. Church at this place, it was owing nearly $500 on its parsonage building. Last summer it was resolved to pay this debt, and efforts began accordingly. A few days ago, or about Jan. 1st, the balance of the amount needed was subscribed by one our old residents, and thus the whole amount was raised and the debt cancelled. Marvin, Rev. Daniel Jr. (I1250)
 
2076 When [Ethel] became of age she was hired by her mothers? sisters to work in their store. Her aunts Rose and Lottie Schmidt had married the Sons of L F Bitz. They all ran the store together. Ethel Senecal, I am told, worked in the store for four years. Senecal, Ethel Agnes (I1645)
 
2077 When [Ned] reached the age of twenty-one he moved to Herkimer, where he obtained a job driving mules on an Erie Canal packet boat. Ned used to recall the many times he drove mules along the canal towpath from Buffalo to Albany. Sherman, Edward (I464)
 
2078 Whereas my wife, Laura Bradshaw, has left my bed and board without just cause or provocation, therefore all persons are hereby forbid harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting from this date. --- Nicholas Bradshaw, Cleveland, December 1, 1881 Family F466
 
2079 Whether he was born in [Camden] is not learned at this time, but his early live was spent here. As a young man he possessed a genial, clever disposition, and all who knew him regret to learn of his demise. Duncan, Harry (I4157)
 
2080 While dipping out glass Tuesday, William Peck slipped and fell, breaking a rib, and Alfred Bonneau had a heavy piece of glass fall on his foot, cutting it quite badly. Bonneau, Alfred P. (I1017)
 
2081 While Eugene Burst was working with one of the heavy iron doors of Getman's furnace, Monday, it accidentally fell striking and severely injuring his foot. Burst, Eugene (I581)
 
2082 While growing up in Pulaski Arthur played basketball and one evening in December of 1936 was struck by a car, badly bruised but not seriously injured. Morenus, Arthur Watson (I1456)
 
2083 While looking for Louise Best/Schmidt parents in Berkshire,MA. I found another Best family. Charles and Marie Best had a daughter named Louise. Michael and Margret had a daughter named Louisa. Both families lived and worked in Berkshire Glass Works. Michael and Margret moved to Cleveland, NY with kids listed in 1880 center street. Louisa Best/Town living with Michael and Margret is their daughter. What happened to unknown Town??? Louise Best married gasper Schmidt 1874 in Berkshire and does not come to Cleveland till after 1880. Both families are coming from the same area in Germany. This explains the different dates of birth and different spelling of name. Could be cousins.......Michael and Charles probably related....bothers maybe....need to go back one more generation. But now I am convinced we are dealing with two different families. two different women. Best, Louise (I1089)
 
2084 While residing at Hillsboro Mrs. Garlick united with the Baptist church and later became a charter member of Maple Flats Baptist church, holding the office of treasurer as long as her health permitted. Hamilton, Emeline E. (I2419)
 
2085 Widowed in the 1930 census. Family F569
 
2086 Widowed, Amy made her home in Winter Park, Florida, until her death in 1970. Will, Amy M. (I1408)
 
2087 Wife of Asa Andrus Unknown, Azurah (I2079)
 
2088 Wife of Charles Emery ... no other information. Unknown, Sarah (I643)
 
2089 Wife of Conrad Lasher Unknown, Mary (I3308)
 
2090 Wife of E. Mowry Unknown, Achsah (I2712)
 
2091 Wife of Ezekiel Miller Unknown, Olive (I3312)
 
2092 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2783)
 
2093 Wife of Herbert Allan Short Koehler, Grace Pauline (I2810)
 
2094 Wife of M. Fuller Unknown, Eliza A. (I2412)
 
2095 Will Conklin has retired from the Cheap Cash Store, and expects to go to Utica to work. Conklin, William (I1349)
 
2096 Will Conklin is assisting at Morse's store. Conklin, William (I1349)
 
2097 Will. Conklin arrived Monday from Utica, and now occupies a position as clerk at the Cheap Cash Store. Conklin, William (I1349)
 
2098 William A. Tracy, 67, native of Cleveland, N.Y., died Sunday evening in Rome. Tracy, William A. (I4240)
 
2099 William Dwyer and Miss Katie Fitzpatrick will be hardly out of the lenten fast before they are fast in matrimonial chains. Here's out good wishes. Family F284
 
2100 William Foster states in a letter dated March 4th, 1891:
"I got $60, per month xxxx for two years from an appreciative employer. Then I was 30 years of age. I bought out the owner's interest and paid him a debt of $80,000 and interest at 7% in 7 years out of the business" 
Foster, William H. (I41)
 

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