John Dady and Leona Wagner Dady lived on Woodchuck Hill Road at various times from 1919 to at least 1948, and were at Old Quarry Rd. in Lyndon by 1960.  Mr. Dady was born in Pompey, and was a farmer and the owner of a construction firm.  At one point, Mr. Dady lived in Syracuse and worked as a barber.  The new Moses DeWitt school in DeWitt was built in 1931, and the following year, Mr. Dady purchased the old school building at 107 Jamesville Rd., known as the Orville Schoolhouse.  He converted it to an apartment house and barber shop, where Mr. and Mrs. Dady lived and where Mr. Dady plied his trade.  After retiring, Mr. Dady built the first house on Old Quarry Road.  The couple operated the Quarry Nursery at that site until Mrs. Dady's death on 10-23-1960.  Mr. Dady was a founder of the DeWitt Volunteer Fire Department, and later was the oldest member of the Department.  Mr. Dady was a founder of the Thomas Jeffferson Democratic Club, and was the first member of the DeWitt Businessmen's  Association.  Mrs. Dady's mother, Sarah J. Wagner, who was born in 1861, lived with the family by 1920.  Mr. Dady died on 7-26-1983, at age 93.  Their children :  Robert C. Dady, who was born in Pompey on 12-27-1913, wed Anna Marie Dady, lived in Lyndon and DeWitt, and died on 9-19-2001, and Norene (or Norinne) Elinor Dady, who was born in 1918, and died in December, 1924.  On the 1930 census, Robert Dady, is shown as John Dady's, "foster son," thus their exact relationship is unclear.

William H. Daggett and Ida May Butler Daggett lived at at 309 Chapel St. by 1927, and at 303 South St. by 1942.  Mr. Daggett was born in May, 1871, and was a lifelong resident of Fayetteville.  He was a carpenter, an electrician, and also worked at odd jobs.  Mrs. Daggett was born in April, 1871, and the couple wed about 1892.  Mr. Daggett died on 9-8-1945, and Mrs. Daggett died on 1-29-1950.  They had:  Ruth Daggett, who was born in September, 1893, and died 6-7-1909, Carroll A. Daggett, who was born in January, 1897, fought in the battle of the Argonne during WWI, lived in Fayetteville, worked for the McIntyre Paper Co, and died in June, 1961, George Donald Daggett, who was born on 11-10-1899, wed Elizabeth "Lizzie" Reeves Daggett, was a laborer for the Precision Castings Co., and later woked as a custodian at the Jamesville-DeWitt high school, and died 7-24-1965, Clifford R. Daggett, who was born on 9-30-1902, and lived in Brewerton at his death in May, 1967, and Robert L. Daggett, who was born on 9-23-1906, lived in Cazenovia, and died in July, 1977.

Edward L. Daignault and Minnie Doris Lupole Daignault lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Daigmault was born 8-24-1917, and worked as a polisher at the Benedict Silver Co.  Mrs. Daignault was born on 6-26-1917.  The couple moved to St. Petersburg by 1971, and Mrs. Daignault died there on 1-23-1976.  Mr. Daignault died on 3-7-1980. They had:  Carol Daignault Wilcox, who lived in Clay, June Daignault Spencer, of Minoa, Charles Daignault, who lived in FL, Richard Daignault and Robert Daignault, who both lived in MI.

DeWitt W. Danforth and Ruth Ward Danforth lived at 410 Spring St. by 1927, and at 511 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Danforth's ancestor, Asa Danforth, was a pioneer settler in CNY, and was one of the first to recognize the potential importance of salt production from the abundant springs near Onondaga Lake.  DeWitt  Danforth was born on 9-7-1891, in Speculator, NY, and came to Fayetteville about the end of WWI.  He was a supervisor for the Precision Castings Co., and retired after 42 years of service.  Mr. Danforth was an avid outdoorsman and was active in the Fayetteville-Manlius Rod and Gun Club.  He died on 1-24-1968.  Mrs. Danforth was born on 3-26-1894, in Shelborne Falls, MA, and came to Fayetteville about 1941.  She had moved to 107 Lincoln St. before her death on 12-30-1976. Their children:  Robert C. Danforth, (see his listing below), Douglas DeWitt Danforth, who married Janet Mae Piron, graduated from Syracuse University in 1947, was a senior executive with the Westinghouse Corp. and resides in Naples, FL, and Ligonier, PA, and twin sons, Donald Albert Danforth and William Danforth, who both served in the USMC during WWII, and had a chance meeting in the Philippines.  Donald Danforth, who was born on 8-25-1929, was an estimating engineer, wed Mary Felt about 1971, resided in Bally, PA, and died on 8-15-2001.  William Danforth was 33, married to Marian Danforth, working for the Thermold Corp. and living at 105 Clinton St., on 11-5-1959, when he disappeared while hunting in the Adirondack Mts.  He was in a party that included his father, and his brother, Donald, when he went missing about nine miles north of Speculator--a remote and difficult area.  His body was found four days later, and it was apparent that Mr. Danforth had died of a bullet wound.  The local coroner determined that he was not a suicide, and that he was probably killed accidentally by another hunter.

Robert Charles Danforth lived at 408 Spring St. by 1942.  Mr. Danforth was born on 4-18-1920, and apprenticed at the Precision Castings Co. before becoming the tool room foreman at the GM foundry in Massena.  He wed his neighbor, Helen Mae Cathers, on 11-25-1943.  Mr. Danforth served in the USN during WWII,  participating in the Battle of Iwo Jima and the liberation of the Philippines.  Mrs. Danforth was born on 3-17-1922, and grew up at 309 Spring St.  (See the listing for her father, Fred J. Cathers.)  She also worked at Precision, and later as a school monitor.  The couple resided at 114 Franklin St. by 1948, and later lived in DeRuyter and Massena.  They lived in Brasher Falls, NY, when Mr. Danforth died on 2-3-2003, and Mrs. Danforth died on 7-13-2003.  They had:  Douglas Danforth, who resides in Dublin, OH, Lynda Danforth, who married Leonard Carvel, and lives in Winthrop, NY, Judy Danforth, who wed Patrick Austin, and resides in Brasher Falls, and Bonnie Danforth, who lives in Potsdam, NY.  (See the above listing for Mr. Danforth's father, DeWitt Danforth.)

Albert J. Daniels lived on Green Lake Rd. near Mycenae by 1942.  Mr. Daniels was born about 1867.  He was a butcher, and later worked for the NYS Highway department.  Mr. Daniels wed Mary Louise MacLyman about 1888.  Mrs. Daniels was born in 1867, and had been a teacher before her marriage.  She died on 4-25-1932, and Mr. Daniels died on 12-20-1945.  They had:  Ethel M. Daniels, who was born about 1890, Leland W. Daniels, who was born about 1902, and lived in Wampsville, NY, Henry Daniels, who lived in Mycenae, (see his listing below), Anna Mae Daniels, who was born in 1896, and wed Edward Toner about 1916, and lived in Syracuse, and Ambrose Daniels, who was born in March, 1895, and lived in Syracuse.

Henry William Daniels and Radah E. Daniels lived on East Genesee Turnpike near Mycenae by 1942.  Mr. Daniels was born in Mycenae on 5-28-1893, and served in WWI.  He worked as a die caster, and later was an auto salesman for the Strough Motor Co. in Canastota.  Mrs. Daniels was born about 1896, and the couple wed about 1919.  She died on 7-11-1947.  Mr. Daniels was married to Ella M. Daniels, and living at 139 W. Genesee St., in Chittenango, when he died on 11-25-1965.  H. W. and Radah Daniels had:  Thelma Daniels Skelton Tamburrino, who was born about 1921, attended Central City Business Institute, was a stenographer for the Manlius Bank, lived in Minoa, and died on 7-14-2009, and Albert A. Daniels, who was born in 1928, was an auto mechanic, and lived in Canastota.

Michael B. Dapolito and Kathleen Paparo Dapolito lived at 110 Center St. by 1942.  Mr. Dapolito was born 5-20-1915, and was a life resident of the area.  He served with the USN in WWII, and came home and worked as a die caster for the Precision Castings Co.  The couple separated sometime before 1963, and Mrs. Dapolito lived in Williamsville, NY.  She wed Benjamin Bush about 1968, and they lived in Syracuse.  Mrs. Dapolito-Bush, who was born on 6-29-1919, died on 7-24-2006.  Mr. Dapolito later wed Betty Ingerson, and they resided at 207 Garrett Dr. in Manlius, at her death on 2-20-1986, and his death on 9-25-1988.  M. B. Dapolito and Kathleen Dapolito had:  Marlene Ann Dapolito, who wed Michael Dominic Dipaulo on 5-4-1963, and lives in Liverpool, NY.  Mr. Dapolito and his second wife had:  Justin Aldrich, of Burbank, CA, and Lynden Aldrich, who lived in Orlando, FL.

Loren A. "Chub" Darling and Harriet Jones Darling lived at 206 Thompson St. by 1942.  Mr. Darling was born in 1904, and the couple married about 1926.  Mr. Darling operated a confectionary store, and a bowling alley in Fayetteville, before becoming an inspector for the Precision Casting Co.--joining them about 1935.  Mrs. Darling was born in Madison, NY, on 8-28-1903, and retired as office manager of the Precision Castings Co.  She was an avid bowler and became the president of the NY State Women's Bowling Association.  Later she was elected to their Hall of Fame.  Mr. Darling died 1-13-1956, and Mrs. Darling died in a Chittenango nursing home 12-11-2001, at age 98.  Their neice, Edna Nichols, lived with the Darlings for about 15 years prior to entering the WAVES during WWII, (see her listing).

Harold B. Davenport and Luella Niles Davenport lived on Washington Blvd. by 1942, and later at 201 McLennan Dr., and at 227, and 407 Cleveland Blvd.  Mr. Davenport was born on 4-13-1898.  He was a plant engineer for the General Electric Co., and a home builder, erecting homes in Fayetteville, Lyndon, and DeWitt.  Mr. Davenport died 3-27-1964.  Mrs. Davenport was born on 9-7-1903, and was a native of Alburg, VT.  She moved to Cobleskill, NY, in 1974, and died there on 5-7-1990.  They had:  Donna Davenport, who was born in July, 1937, attended Russell Sage College, wed Peter Mauhs, and lived in Cobleskill.

Milton Everett "Slim" Davies and Edith May Davies lived at 114 Franklin St. by 1942, and later lived at 4796 Sweet Rd., in Manlius.  Mr. Davies was born about 1922, and worked at the McIntyre paper mill, and as a carpenter for the Lonergan building firm.  He was a native of Parish, NY, but resided most of his life in CNY.  Following retirement, Mr. Davies built wooden toys for his grandchildren.  Mrs. Davies was born 12-15-1917, in Manlius.  She had a son, Richard May, who lives in Long Beach, CA.  Mr. Davies died on 6-25-1990, and Mrs. Davies died on 4-4-2001.  They had:  Fayette ''Skip'' Davies, who lived in Manlius, and Starr Davies Osinski, who lived in Syracuse. 

Mabel Brunelle D'Avignon lived at 413 East Genesee St. by 1942, having lived previously in Springfield, MA.  Mrs. D'Avignon was born 9-20-1887.  She was a hairdresser and beautician at the Cosette Beauty Salon.  Mrs. D'Avignon moved to Geneva, and resided there at her death in April, 1970.

Byron C. Davis and Helen "Betty" Maphey Mabe Davis lived at 210 S. Manlius St. by 1938.  Mr. Davis was born on 11-21-1913, and grew up in Ilion and Madison County, NY.  He was a machinist for the Lipe-Rollway Co, and later was a painter and decorator.  Mr. Davis died on 1-14-1984.  Mrs. Davis was born in Fayetteville about 1913, and for many years wrote a column of community news for the Eagle Bulletin, the local weekly newspaper.  After raising her large family, Mrs. Davis became a school crossing guard, and for over 18 years she conducted children across the busy intersection where East Genesee St. and South Manlius St. intersect.  She died on 1-19-1989.  They had:  Byron H. Davis, Ron Davis, who lived in Boynton Beach, FL, John F. Davis, Michael William Davis, who was born about 1946, was a rising senior at LeMoyne College, when he drowned in Cazenovia Lake on 8-6-1967, Peter A. Davis, Deborah Ann Davis, who wed Robert Allen Purdy on 6-8-1974, Stephen T. Davis, and Donald A. Davis, who was born about 1951.  Mrs. Davis was married previously and had a son, Robert C. Mabe, who was born about 1938, worked for IBM, and lived in Los Altos, CA.  (See the listing for Elizabeth Mabe).  Her obituary referred to Mrs. Davis as, "One of the most well-known residents of the village of Fayetteville."  She was a lover of local history and, following her death, her family donated a large collection of her postcards to the FFL.  They can be viewed at the  Helen E. Davis Memorial Postcard Collection.

Caroline "Carrie" Dutcher Davis lived at 208 S. Manlius St. by 1927.  She was the widow of Ernest S. Davis, who was born about 1875.  Mr. Davis was a native of Sherrill, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1907.  He worked 20 years as a motorman on the Syracuse and Suburban railroad, and, at his death, on 9-30-1941, was working for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Davis died on 12-22-1945.  They had:  Lepha Elsie Davis, who was born on 9-4-1906, wed Gerald Duane Bushnell on 5-30-1928, worked 25 years in the alumni office at Syracuse University, and died in Jupiter, FL, on 7-5-1987.

Hubert O. Davis and Helen Bartlett Davis lived at 114 Chapel St. by 1942, and 206 E. Genesee St. by 1948.  Mr. Davis was a representative of the M & R Dietetic Labs of Columbus, OH.  The family moved to Worthington, OH, by 1956, and later lived in Delaware, OH.  They had:  David Bartlett Davis, who was born about 1934, graduated from Colgate University in 1956 and from seminary at Southern Methodist University in 1962, wed Jeanne Webb on 3-1-1958, and was a Methodist minister, Daniel Davis, and Sally Davis, who was born in October, 1943.

John F. Davis and Hollis Comstock Davis lived at 405 E. Franklin St. by 1942, and moved to the Amber area in 1955.  Mr. Davis was born on 12-26-1901, and grew up in Amber.  He attended Syracuse University, and spent more than 50 years with the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. as a salesman, specializing in group pension plans.  Mrs. Davis was born on 2-1-1901, and was a native of Syracuse.  The couple wed about 1924.  Mrs. Davis was a legal secretary, and died on 1-18-1986.  Mr. Davis died on 1-7-1997.  They had:  John F. Davis, Jr., who was born about 1930, and lived in Foxboro, MA, and Ann J. Davis, who lived in Marietta, NY. 

Thomas Albert Davis and Adah Burton Davis lived at 404 East Genesee St. by 1942, and later lived at 207 Salt Spring St.  Mr. Davis was born on 1-10-1894, in Columbus, OH.  As a young man, Mr. Davis was a die caster for the Precision Castings Co.  Then he becamethe owner of a local Sunoco gas station, was an auto dealer, and later worked as a real estate salesman.  Mr. Davis also served as justice of the peace and supervisor for the Town of Manlius.  Mrs. Davis was born about 1891, and was a native of Cazenovia.  The couple wed about 1915, and was a bookkeeper in the family auto dealership.  Mr. Davis later wed Gladys Eldridge Fenton, the widow of Harold E. Fenton.  Mr. Davis died on 11-26-1974, and Gladys Davis died on 9-11-2002, at age 93.  T. A. and Adah Davis had:  Amy Davis Dunn, who was born about 1925, was a secretary at the Onondaga County courthouse, a clerk at the Syracuse DPW, lived in Hawaii, and died 2-18-2006, and Thomas Paul Davis, (see his listing below).

Thomas Paul Davis and Marie Morris Davis lived at 312 E. Genesee St. by 1942, and at 404 E. Genesee St. by 1960.  Mr. Davis was born on 12-8-1918, and was in the Maritime Service during WWII.  He worked as a toolmaker for the Standard Tool and Gauge works, the Precision Castings Co., and the Shanahan Tool & Die Corp.  Mr. Davis died on 7-19-1978, following several years in a nursing home.  Mrs. Davis was born about 1917, and came to Fayetteville about 1940.  She was a cashier for Smith's Red & White grocery store.  Mrs. Davis moved to Chittenango about 1979, and lived there at her death on 2-10-1982.  They had:  Brenda Davis Barrett, who attended hair dressing school in Toronto, and lived in CO, and Thomas J. Davis, who was born in March, 1945, and lived in Chittenango.

Carrie Barnes Dawley lived on Salt Springs Rd.  She was born 10-5-1870, in Hornell, NY, and was the widow of Frank Elisha Dawley, whom she wed on 6-16-1891.  Mr. Dawley was born in Elbridge, NY, on 9-10-1863.  He was educated at the Munro Collegiate Institute, and was a police reporter for a Syracuse newspaper.  Mr. Dawley later became internationally known as an agriculturist and was particularly noted for his research into the scientific breeding of cattle, horses, sheep, and poultry.  He introduced Karakul sheep to America and they were bred on his Dotsholm farm--where the family lived.  Mr. Dawley was also primarily responsible for the introduction of alfalfa in the East.  He traveled to all 48 states, served on the board of trustees at Cornell University, and was active in various agricultural groups.  Mr. Dawley built the first iron frame barn in America in 1905.  For innovations of this type, he won a gold medal at a farm exposition in San Francisco in 1915.  He died on 6-13-1936.  Mrs. Dawley was very active in the DAR, and other civic organizations.  She died on 10-23-1944.  They had:  Marian B. Dawley, who was born on 2-2-1892, wed Morgan Lewis, (see their entry), Helen Flora Dawley, who married Benjamin Tracy, (see their entry), Laura A. Dawley, who married Horace G. Mathews, (see their entry), and Miss Dorothy Jackson Dawley, who was born about 1913, graduated from Syracuse University in 1935, worked as a physical education teacher in Massena, NY, for 30 years, lived with her mother when not teaching, and died in Plattsburg, NY, on 4-22-1973, Catherine Louise Dawley, who was born on 6-20-1909, wed Harlow Holmes Walker on 4-4-1931, and resided in Mt. Vernon, OH, at her death on 10-13-1999, and Lamson E. Dawley, (see entry below).

Lamson Eldred Dawley, and Beatrice Gummer Dawley lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1934.  Mr. Dawley was born 1-11-1911, and was a 1933 graduate of Syracuse University's College of Engineering.  He shared his father's interest in agriculture and the breeding of Karakul sheep, (see the entry above), and continued to operate the family's farming business.  Mr. Dawley served as the first chairman of the Town of Manlius planning board, and played a significant role in managing residential and commercial growth during his 40 years on the board.  Mrs. Dawley was born 7-22-1911, and graduated from Central City Business Institute (CCBI).  The couple wed about 1934.  Mr. Dawley died on 5-9-1994, and Mrs. Dawley died on 11-30-1995.  They had:  Caroline A. Dawley, who resides in Cazenovia, and Loren E. Dawley, who was born about 1942, wed Deborah Dawley, and lives in Fayetteville and Naples, FL.

Alan Day and Marion "Mary" Sebring Day lived at  213 N. Park St. by 1927.  Mr. Day was born 11-5-1903, and started as a finisher at the Stickley Furniture Co. and rose to be their superintendent.  By 1960, Mr. Day had become the assessor for the Town of Manlius.  Mrs. Day was born about 1903, and grew up on Spring St. (see the W. S. Sebring entry).  The couple wed about 1921, and Mrs. Day worked for a period as a stenographer for the Stickley firm.  Later she and Mr. Day owned and operated a local upholstery business.  She died on 11-13-1976, and Mr. Day later wed his wife's sister-in-law, Anne Magensey Sebring, and died on 12-28-1984.  Mrs. Sebring-Day died on 6-1-1993.  Mr. Day's parents, and brother Frederick Day, Jr., also lived in Fayetteville, (see the listing below).

Frederick William Day and Annie Winshurst Day lived at 606 Chapel St. by 1942.  Mr. Day was born about 1873, and he died on 8-11-1944.  Mrs. Day was born in 1869, and died on 1-11-1953.  Their son, Frederick W. Day, Jr., was born in Syracuse about 1896, and graduated from law school at Syracuse University in 1922.  He lived at home with his parents, and later lived at 213 N. Park St.  He was an attorney with offices in the State Tower Building.  Mr. Day, Jr., died on 9-24-1981.  Mr. and Mrs. Day also had:  Alan Day, (see the listing above), Bert W. Day, who lived in Syracuse, and Mabel Day, who wed Frederick A. Lowe, (see their listing).

George W. Day and Madeleine Garcia Day lived at 305 Chapel St. in 1942.  Mr. Day was born in East Syracuse about 1905, and came to Fayetteville about 1930.  He was an assistant plant superintendent with the Central NY Power Corp.  Mrs. Day was born about 1904, and the couple wed about 1923.  Mr. Day died in October, 1957.  Mrs. Day moved to Liverpool about 1964, and is believed to have died about 1972.  They had:  George R. Day, who served in WWII, and was an electrician for General Electric, Robert E. Day, who was born about 1927, and was a file clerk for the L. C. Smith Co., Shirley Day, who was born in 1929, wed Gerald Noreault, and lives in Central Square, NY, J. Roger Day, who was born about 1937, and attended Clarkson University, Susan Day, who attended the Mohawk Valley Tecnical Institute, and Donald G. Day, who served in the USN during the Korean Conflict, and wed Lorraine A. Wren, of Gig Harbor, WA.

George Dehner and Anna Dehner lived at 115 Spring St. by 1942.  It is thought that Mr. and Mrs. Dehner were natives of Germany who came to this country in 1891 and lived in NYC before moving to CNY.  Confusion arises because the George Dehmer mentioned in the 1942 directory may have been Felix's son, George, or it might be a reference to Felix himself, who probably had the middle name of George.  George's wife was Adah, and Felix's wife was Anna Weigel, and the 1942 directory refers to Felix and Anna.  At any rate, Felix and Anna married about 1896, and came to Fayetteville, probably in the 1920's, and probably because Mrs. Dehner's sister, Katherine Weigel Green, already lived in the area.  Mr. Dehner was born in January, 1877, and Mrs. Dehner was born in January, 1873.  They operated a dairy farm on Sweet Rd. in Manlius, and moved to 109 Westcott St. in Syracuse in later years.  Mrs. Dehner died on 9-1-1951.  Felix and Anna had:  Edward Dehner, who was born 11-26-1897, lived in St. Petersburg, FL, and died in March, 1954, George Dehner, who was born about 1902, and lived in Syracuse, and Charles F. Dehner, who was born on 7-16-1906, married Mildred Lanty, farmed in Fabius, moved to New Woodstock in 1975, and died on 9-24-1980.

Charles J. Delaney and Pauline P. Delaney lived at 411 Salt Springs St. by 1927.  Mr. Delaney was born about 1886, in Peterborough, Ontario, and came to Fayetteville about 1922.  He was a die maker and inspector at the Precision Castings Co., and died on 6-14-1955.  Mrs. Delaney was born in Ilion, NY, about 1888, and the couple wed about 1905. She died on 9-13-1956.  They had:  C. Donald Delaney, who was born about 1913, and lived in Plainfield, NJ.

John F. DeMayo and Marjorie Frost DeMayo lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. DeMayo was born on 10-16-1907, and was a native of Canton, MA.  He was the CNY representative for the Bostich Corp. for 25 years, and then was the president and founder of the DeMayo Fastener Corp.  The family later lived at 113 Smith St. in Manlius, and in Syracuse before moving to 120 Crabapple Lane in Fairmount about 1973.  Mrs. DeMayo was born in East Bridgewater, MA.  She was a graduate of Hyannis Teachers College and Boston University, and worked with her husband in their business.  Both Mr. and Mrs. DeMayo were avid tennis players.  Mr. DeMayo died on 1-21-1989, and Mrs. DeMayo, who was born about 1901, died on 3-21-1999.  They had:  Charles F. DeMayo, of Syracuse, and Janice DeMayo Beckner, who lived in Elbridge, NY.

Henry De LaMater Denison and Blanche Goodelle Denison lived at 404 Elm St. by 1942, and at 312 Elm St. by 1948.  Mr. Denison was the grandson of Henry Denison, who was an important figure in the building of the Erie Canal.  The senior Mr. Denison had extensive real estate holdings, which were managed from the Denison Building, located at 211 E. Fayette St. in Syracuse.  Many members of the family were born on the family farm, called Mineral Springs, in what is now the Eastwood section of Syracuse. The farm was also the site of a race track and clubhouse.  Henry D. Denison, II, was born on 9-25-1875, and worked in the mortgage department of the Onondaga Savings Bank.  Mrs. Denison was born about 1876, and the couple married about 1896.  Mr. Denison died on 7-17-1945, and Mrs. Denison moved to Skaneateles in 1948 to reside with her daughter, Jane.  She died on 10-30-1965.  They had:  Henry Denison, Jr., who was born on 10-4-1904, was a bookkeeper and clerk for the FDIC, and died on 9-28-1991.  Henrietta Hurst Denison, who was briefly a secretary for the Carpenter-Hughes optical firm, but spent most of her time as a church volunteer, and died on 6-27-1991, Lucius S. Denison, who was born on 2-19-1900, served in the USN during WWI, wed Laura B. Denison, lived in Syracuse, worked for Syracuse University, and died on 4-13-1970, Katherine Denison, who was born about 1898, wed Winslow B. Stickley on 9-24-1924, and died on 6-17-1938, at age 35, Jane Denison, who was born about 1908, was a telephone operator, wed Edward Gordon Cronk, and lived in Syracuse at her death on 9-19-1959.  After the death of their mother, Henrietta Denison and Henry Denison, Jr. continued to live together, first in Fayetteville and later in Skaneateles.  Miss Denison suffered a stroke in January, 1991, and never returned home.  When she moved into the Castle Rest nursing home two months later, her brother, who was then 86, joined her.  Miss Denison lived another few months.  Her brother survived her by just three months.

Paul Raymond Dennington and Grace Irene Houseman Dennington lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, having lived earlier on Miles Ave. in Lyndon.  Mr. Dennington was born in Geneva, NY, on 3-25-1905, and grew up in Tully, NY.  He was a district inspector for the CNY Power Corp.  Mrs. Dennington was born on 12-19-1905, in Highbridge, and the couple wed on 9-13-1924.  At some point before 1951, they divorced, and Mrs. Dennington wed Earle H. Howard, the proprietor of Howard's department store, and lived at 110 Elm St.  Mrs. Dennington-Howard died on 12-17-1991.  Mr. Dennington married Olive P. Dennington, and lived in Mt. Vernon, AR.  Following her death, he wed Doris Dennington on 10-28-1998, and they divorced on 1-26-2001.  He died three months later, on 4-28-2001, at age 96, in Zephyrhills, FL.  Paul and Grace Dennington had:  a daughter who was born on 8-17-1925, and died the next day, and Jeanne Louise Dennington, who was born in 1927, married Dr. Anthony Salerno, and lives in Tooele, UT.  Mr. Dennington also had:  Cynthia Spencer, who lived in Overgaard, AZ, and Nathaniel Stanton, of Elgin, IL.

Amos H. DeRouche and Hazel W. DeRouche lived on the West Genesee Turnpike  by 1942, having lived earlier at 807 Seeley Rd. in Syracuse.  Mr. DeRouche was born about 1890, and was the president and general manager of the Firestone tire service center in Syracuse.  Mrs. DeRouche was born about 1894, and the couple married about 1919.  They had a daughter, Nan W. DeRouche, who was born in 1927. 

Harold DeRue and Anna Farrell DeRue lived on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. DeRue was the proprietor of DeRue's Restaurant, which was just east of Fayetteville on the East Genesee Turnpike, and came to be known as 90 Acres.  Later, Mr. DeRue operated a restaurant in Ohio, NY--a town in the Adirondacks.  Mr. DeRue died on 1-5-1958, in Herkimer, NY, and Mrs. DeRue, who was born about 1902, died on 6-24-1970, while residing in Ohio, NY.  They had:  Harold DeRue, Jr., who lived in Ohio, Richard DeRue, who lived in Liverpool, Laura DeRue, who was six when she was struck and killed by a car while crossing the Turnpike on 5-20-1933, and Mary DeRue, who married Kenneth LaBarge, and lived in Sauquoit, NY.

John Faria Des Reis and Elsie Portner Des Reis lived at 103 Huntleigh Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Des Res was born 2-1-1906, in the Madeira Islands, and came to this country in 1920.  He was a sales engineer for the Carrier Corp. from 1928 to 1946, and served the firm in Brazil, Mexico, and elsewhere in Latin America.  Mr. Des Reis also worked for Ronson Art Metal Works, and in 1954 he became the president of the Consolidated Cigar Corp.  Later he operated a marina in Snug Harbor, FL.  Mrs. Des Reis was born on 9-18-1908, and was a native of New Brunswick, NJ.  The couple wed in 1928, and moved to Fort Myers Beach, FL, in the late 1950's.  They lived there until her death on 4-27-1983, and his death on 9-19-1984.  They had:  Lt. Col. Richard W. Des Reis, who served in the U.S. Army, and lived in Burke, VA, and Nancy Dee Des Reis, who was born about 1933, was a college fencer, and graduated from St. Lawrence in 1954.

Charles L. Dickerson and Julia Keohane Dickerson lived at 117 Chapel St. by 1927.  Mr. Dickerson was born in February, 1862.  He worked as a wood turner at the Stickley Furniture Co., and died on 2-17-1943, at age 81.  Mrs. Dickerson was born in April, 1865, and the couple wed about 1890.  She died on 12-23-1954, at age 89.  They had:  Leslie Dickerson, who was born in March, 1891, graduated from Syracuse University, wed Gordon C. Begent, and lived in Ithaca, NY, where she died on 5-6-1947, and Marjorie K. Dickerson, who was born on 2-5-1893, graduated from Syracuse, was an English teacher, and died while visiting friends in Hammondsport, NY, on 8-5-1977.

Kenneth Allen Digney, and Beryl Irene Ray Digney lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, sharing the home with his widowed mother, Marion Green Digney, (see her entry below).  Mr. Digney was born on 7-5-1908, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1931, with a degree in mechanical engineering.  He was the CEO of the M. L. Oberdorfer Foundry for 41 years, having succeeded his father, Harold Digney, in that position.  Mr. Digney was on the board of directors of Marine Midland Bank for 25 years and was an active member of the Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, and other civic and technical groups.  The couple operated the Moulton Hall farm and stable on their Woodchuck Hill Rd. property.  Mrs. Digney was born on 1-8-1910, and was a member of the national board of directors of the Camp Fire Girls.  She also was a guidance counselor at the Percy Hughes School for the disabled, and remained in touch with many of her former students.  Mr. Digney died on 10-2-1982.  Mrs. Digney took over operation of the foundry business and continued in that capacity until the business was sold in 1991.  She died on 3-16-2006, at age 96.  They had:  Suzanne Digney Grottendorfer, who lives in CA, and has been involved in equestrian events since childhood, Marion Digney Peer, who lives in Stowe, VT, graduated from Parsons School of Design, and is a fashion designer and artist, and Kevin Digney, who lives on Woodchuck Hill, and is the owner of the Ambrosia Restaurant in Syracuse.

Marion Green Digney lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, and at 4249 Genesee St. in DeWitt by 1953.  Mrs. Digney was the widow of Harold Paul Digney.  Mr. Digney was born in Syracuse on 9-9-1880.  He was the president, and Mrs. Digney was the treasurer and a member of the board of directors, of the Oberdorfer Foundry Co.  Mrs. Digney was born about 1882, and the couple wed about 1908.  Mr. Digney died on 9-13-1941, and Mrs. Digney died on 2-26-1955.  They had:  Kenneth A. Digney, (see his listing above), and Harold Del Digney, who graduated from Cornell University in 1933, was an executive with the Foundry, and lived in Fabius at his death on 7-5-1965. 

John Joseph Dillon and Elizabeth Catherine Kerner Dillon lived at 303 E. Genesee St. by 1930.  Mr. Dillon was born in PA about 1880, and moved his family to NY about 1909.  From 1925 to 1949, Mr. Dillon was the owner and publisher of the Fayetteville Eagle Bulletin newspaper, and later was a linotype operator for The Syracuse Post-Standard.  Mrs. Dillon was born about 1881, in Erie, PA, and the couple wed about 1905.  She was living at 100 Heffenden St. in Syracuse at her death on 3-17-1953.  Mr. Dillon later lived in Syracuse with his son Harold's family, but was residing at Loretto Rest in Syracuse at his death on 5-5-1967, after his clothing caught fire while he was lighting a cigar.  They had:  Harold T. Dillon, who was born in Erie, PA, about 1906, wed Ruby Harbin, worked as a printer for The Post-Standard, and lived at 137 Hertford St., in Syracuse at his death on 4-5-1975,  John J. Dillon, Jr., who was born about 1918, wed Mary Lucille Honors, achieved the rank of Lt. Col. in the USAF, was the publisher of the Bulletin, worked for the Federal Electric Corp., and lived in CA, William E. Dillon, who was born about 1920, married Anne Munro, and lived in Sacramento, CA, Irene Catherine Dillon, who was born about 1915, wed Charles Carlton, taught school in Syracuse and Sullivan, NY, later lived in North Syracuse, and died on 4-5-1996, Sister Mary Kathleen Dillon, who was born Geraldine N. Dillon in Buffalo in 1909, was a nurse, became a member of the Sisters of St. Francis on 8-31-1949, and died aged 95 on 12-21-2004, in the Wilson Convent, at 1024 Court St., in Syracuse, Elizabeth Dillon, who was born about 1925, wed William B. Cornelius, and lived in Huntington Beach, CA, and Thomas E. Dillon, (see his listing).

Thomas Edward Dillon and Jeanette Schmunck Dillon lived at 312 East Genesee St. by 1942, at 127 Victoria Place in Syracuse by 1945, and moved to Marcellus in 1946.  Mr. Dillon was born about 1918, and was a native of Buffalo.  He earned 15 medals including the Purple Heart while serving in the Army during WWII.  Mr. Dillon worked as a tool and die maker for Precision Castings, and later worked for General Electric and Cryomech, Inc.  He lived at 1 Maple St. in Marcellus, at his death on 3-26-1983.  Mrs. Dillon was born about 1921, in Batavia, NY.  She was active in scouting and was a school crossing guard.  Mrs. Dillon died on 4-18-1979.  They had:  Thomas E. Dillon, Jr., who was born in 1941, and lived in Baldwinsville, NY, Richard Gerald Dillon, who was born in 1942, and lived in Dallas, TX, David Dillon, who lived in New Hartford, CT, James Dillon, who lived in Marcellus, and Kathleen Dillon Alexander, of Syracuse.

Robert Howard Dixon lived at 208 Lincoln Ave. by 1942, in a home owned by his aunts, Misses Retta Morrison and Ethel Morrison.  (See their listing below.)  Mr. Dixon was born on 6-22-1912, and worked as a civil service clerk in Washington, DC, before serving in the Army during WWII.  He later was in the export department of the Easy Washer Co.  Mr. Dixon was residing in Alexandria, VA, by 1966, and died on 3-4-2000.  His grandfather, William Morrison, was a glove manufacturer, and was prominent in local civic affairs before his death on 9-21-1937.

Ernest C. Dock and Anne Dock lived at 213 Ledyard Ave. by 1942, having lived earlier in Cranston, RI.   Mr. Dock was born about 1920, and was a native of Pittsburgh.  He spent seven years as district representative for Chevrolet, before purchasing the F. P. Hallam dealership in Fayetteville on 5-1-1939.  By 1946, the couple resided in Syracuse.

George Doolittle was a boarder at 408 Elm St. by 1942.  Mr. Dolittle served in WWII, and was a mechanic at the Neilson Garage. On 2-22-1947, he married Lillian Marie Goodfellow and they lived at 212Salt Spring St. until that Fall when they moved to 103 Mechanic St.  Mrs. Doolitlle was born in 1925, and worked for the Brignall plumbing firm.  The couple lived briefly in the Tampa area, but by about 1956 they were divorced.  The former Mrs. Doolitlle married Robert Stokes, and they had two sons when she died on 8-9-1960, at age 35.  It is likely that Mr. Doolittle was born on 7-1-1917, was from the Norwich, NY, area, and that he died in FL on 6-4-1979.

Eli J. Dorn lived on North Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Dorn was born in March,1870, and was a farmer in Wisconsin and Pompey, NY.  He was married about 1901 to Edith Kinne Dorn, who died on 5-16-1917, at age 44.  Mr. Dorn died on 8-28-1944.  They had:  Pearl M. Dorn, who was born on 1-21-1903, was a teacher in Fulton County, NY, a radio tester for General Electric, lived in Fayetteville, NY, and died on 2-10-1985, and Marvin C. Dorn, (see his listing below)

Marvin Cecil Dorn and May Sparrow Dorn lived on North Manlius St. by 1942, and moved to Clay, NY, by 1948.  Mr. Dorn, who was born on 11-13-1904, worked as a laborer for the Electrical Workers Union.  He lived in Clay at his death on 9-27-1975. They had:  Edith Caroline Dorn, who wed Gordon Howard See on 10-8-1960, worked for the Pomeroy securities firm, and lived in Cold Springs, NY,  Ronald Marvin Dorn, Ellen Carol Dorn, and Alfred Charles Dorn.

Elizabeth M. Dorr lived at 113 High Bridge St. by 1942.  Miss Dorr was born about 1916, and was a native of Chittenango.  She was a graduate of Cortland State Normal School, and  began teaching at Fayetteville schools in January, 1941.  Miss Dorr was residing in Chittenango in December, 1992.

Charles Henry Doupe lived at 112 North Burdick St. by 1940, having lived earlier on North St. in Jamesville.  Mr. Doupe was born in Ontario, Canada on 3-2-1885, and came with his wife, Eva May Doupe, and three children to America in 1918.  They lived in Willet, NY, where Mr. Doupe farmed.  Mrs. Doupe was born about 1891, and the couple married about 1911.  She died about 1925, and by 1930, Mr. Doupe and his six children were renting a house for $18 a month in Jamesville.  He worked as a drillman at the limestone quarry, and later was a carpenter.  Mr. Doupe moved to Syracuse and it is thought that he died about 1959.  Mr. and Mrs. Doupe had:  Earl C. Doupe, who was born in Canada about 1911, wed Maybelle Beyor and had 12 children, worked at the quarry, and resided in Jamesville at his death on 4-2-1959, Carlyle Bruce Doupe, who was born on 12-28-1924, served in the USAF during WWII, graduated from RPI, worked as an engineer for the Galson & Galson firm, married Patricia Ann Hogan in 1959, and resided in Liverpool at his death on 6-25-1977,  Duncan R. Doupe, who was born 8-13-1919, worked for Precision Castings, served in WWII, lived in Jamesville, and died on 4-2-1999, Orval M. Doupe, who was born in Canada on 10-19-1917, was a brakeman on the NY Central railroad and a truck mechanic, was a decorated bomber gunner who engaged in 32 missions, and lived in Liverpool at his death on 6-20-1982, Stanley E. Doupe, who was born on 11-2-1921,  lived in North Syracuse, and died on 9-2-1995, and Evelyn I. Doupe, who was born in Canada on 10-24-1915, wed Wilbert A. Fairbank, lived in Forrestport, NY, and retired to Ocala, FL, where she died on 3-10-2000.

Ralph A. Downes and Ann Marsh Downes moved to Fayetteville about 1936, and lived at 106 Center St. by 1942, and at 307 Warren St. by 1948.  Mr. Downes managed the local Acme grocery market, and later worked as a route man for the Dairylea Co., and for the Town highway department.  Mrs. Downes was born on 4-25-1913, and was a native of Oswegatchie, NY.  She was a secretary for the Smith-Corona-Marchant Corp.  Mr. Downes died on 3-5-1963, and Mrs. Downes later married H. William Given, and lived on Spring St.  She died on 2-25-1989.   Mr. and Mrs. Downes had:  Beatrice Downes, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1960, wed Dennis Bialk, and lived in Syracuse at her death on 9-21-1985, and Gregory M. Downes, who entered the USN in August, 1961, wed Bonita Streif, and lived in Lebanon, NY.

Ernest A. Doxsee and Laura DeRue Doxsee lived at 8040 East Genesee Turnpike near Mycenae by 1942.  Mr. Doxsee was born in Syracuse on 5-26-1888, and served in WWI.  He was an inspector for the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co. for 46 years before retiring about 1953.  Mrs. Doxsee was born about 1880, and was a native of Canada.  She came to Fayetteville about 1931.  Mrs. Doxsee died on 12-22-1964, and Mr. Doxsee died on 11-7-1969.

Horace Edgar Archelaus Doxsee, Jr., and Helen Hopkins Doxsee lived at 209 Salt Spring by 1930, and at 824 Oakwood Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Doxsee was born on 9-28-1896, and served in the Royal Flying Corps during WWI.  He was an agent for the Lumberman's Mutual Insurance Co., and then became the first NYS representative for the Kemper Insurance Co.  He went on to serve 35 years as a district supervisor for Kemper.  Mr. Doxsee was living at 113 Fordham Rd. in DeWitt at his death on 1-15-1964.  Mrs. Doxsee, a native of Fulton, NY, was born about 1897, and the couple wed about 1921. She died in 1961.  They had:  Thomas Alan Doxsee, who was born on 12-21-1928, attended Dartmouth College, owned an insurance agency, moved to Tallahassee, FL, in 1969, and died there on 6-7-2004, and Edward D. Doxsee, who was born about 1924, lettered in baseball, football, and hockey at Fayetteville High School, was a bomber pilot, and died near Miami, FL, on a training flight on 10-29-1944, at age 20.

Shada Forbes Doxsee lived at 127 W. Genesee St. by 1942, having lived earlier at 125 Buckingham Ave. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Doxsee was the widow of J. Blaine Doxsee, who died on 7-17-1937.  Mr. Doxsee was the dean of newspaper advertising salesmen in CNY, having spent 25 years with the Syracuse Journal.  He was born about 1889, and was a native of Syracuse.  Mr. Doxsee was known as an expert angler, and was a longtime member of local fishing groups. About 1931, Mr. Doxsee, was at his summer home on Lake Ontario when he used a rowboat to heroically rescue two boys whose sailboat turned over at the height of a major storm.  Mrs. Doxsee was a floor secretary at University Hospital, and an inspector for General Electric.  She was a native of Oswego, NY, and lived in Fayetteville from 1931 until moving to East Syracuse just three weeks before her death on 11-3-1957.  They had:  June B. Doxsee, who was born on 3-16-1920, was a nurse at Crouse-Irving Hospital, wed Robert T. Gray on 3-17-1951, divorced, and resided in Manlius at her death on 9-15-1978, Doris Jane Doxsee, who was born in 1918, served in the Army Nurse Corps during WWII, wed Howard Barlow, and lived in Fort Covington, NY, and Lois C. Doxsee, who was born on 11-30-1921, wed Earl Courtwright on 1-3-1942, lived in Manlius, and died on 7-2-2007.  (See the entry above for James and Pearl Courtwright.)

Iva D. Doxtater lived at 302 N. Manlius St. by 1942.  Miss Doxtater was born about 1924, and grew up in Madison County, NY.  She was a live-in maid at the residence of the William Wade family.  About 1945, Miss Doxtater married Clifton C. Whaley, a molder for the Oberdorfer Foundry, and they lived in Lafayette, NY.  Mr. Whaley was born on 10-9-1915, and died on 6-30-2000.  Mrs. Whaley still resides in Lafayette.

James Irving Doxtator and Mary Ellen McDermott Doxtator lived at 235 Salt Springs St. by 1927.  Mr. Doxtator was born on 2-20-1880, and came to Fayetteville when he was seven years old.  He was a conductor for many years on the Syracuse and Suburban trolley line, and later was a die caster for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Doxtator died 12-24-1942.  Mrs. Doxtator was born 6-8-1880, and worked as a house mother for nursing students.  She was residing in Manlius, but visiting in Manchester, GA, at her death on 6-17-1967.  They had:  John H. Doxtator, (see the entry below), Paul Doxtator, who was born on 7-20-1910, lived in Manlius, and died on 3-4-1993, Catherine Doxtator, who was born about 1906, wed Herbert W. Haag, moved to Syracuse about 1929, and was living at 212 Dorchester Ave. at her death on 1-4-1965, and Geraldine M. Doxtator, who was born on 11-20-1921, served in the WACS during WWII, was a stenographer, married David Alvin Child in 1946, and resided in Manchester, at her death 10-11-1999.

John H. Doxtator and Cora Patten Doxtator lived at 110 N. Burdick St. by 1942, and on East Genesee Turnpike by 1948.  He was born on 1-22-1908, and grew up at 235 Salt Spring St.  Mr. Doxtator worked for the Syracuse Lighting Co., and later was a self-employed contractor.  He lived in Mattydale at his death on 12-25-1982.  Mrs. Doxtator was born on 5-29-1906, and died on 5-6-1976.  They had:  John P. Doxtator, who was born on 1-22-1932, lived in West Monroe, NY, and died on 10-21-1998, Mary Doxtator, who resided in Mattydale, and Robert J. Doxtator, who was born 5-29-1935, married Susan Doxtator, and died in Bradenton, FL. on 7-28-2002.

Martin H. Doyle and Henrietta Clark Doyle lived at 210 East Genesee St. by 1927.  Mr. Doyle was born about 1888, and was a native of the Manlius area, died 8-6-1963.  For many years he operated an insurance agency in the S. A. & K. Building at 206 East Genesee St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Doyle was very active in the BSA and other civic causes.  Mrs. Doyle was born in 1884, and was a native of Amsterdam, NY, who came to FV about 1898.  She died on 12-24-1962, and Mr. Doyle died on 8-6-1963. 

Gordon Edward Druehl and Jane Searl Druehl lived at 112 Center St. by 1942, and lived on Highbridge Rd. by 1960.  Mr. Druehl was born in Middletown, CT, about 1906.  He was an advertising executive for the Syracuse newspapers.  Mrs. Druehl was a secretary at the Onondaga County Courthouse.  Mr. Druehl died on 2-2-1986, in Stuart, FL.  Mrs. Druehl, a native of Syracuse, later wed Charles S. Estabrook, Jr., and lived in Fayetteville.  She was born on 2-8-1913, and died on 10-2-1993.  The Druehls had: Suzanne E. Druehl, who was born in 1939, was a librarian, and lived in Fort Wayne, IN, and Gordon "Ned" Druehl, Jr., who was born in 1941, graduated from Cornell in 1966, wed Sharon Druehl, and is a real estate developer residing in Sonoma, CA.  (See the listing for Clifford Searl.)

John Wesley Dudgeon and Agnes Barclay Dudgeon lived at 311 East Genesee St. by 1942, having lived earlier at 101 Huntley St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Dudgeon was born on 12-4-1896, and was a service manager for Stowell's Garage, and later for the Hallam Chevrolet dealership.  Mrs. Dudgeon was born about 1899.  The couple wed in Middletown, NY, on 11-29-1924, and were divorced on 11-14-1945.  Mr. Dudgeon later wed Sarah "Sally" Dudgeon, and they resided at 211 LaFayette Rd. at his death on 6-10-1981.  Sarah Dudgeon later wed Leonard A. Kneiszl.  J. Wesley Dudgeon and Sarah Dudgeon had:  John A. Dudgeon, of Syracuse, Charles D. Dudgeon, who lived in Schenectady, and Thomas B. Dudgeon, of WV.

Robert S. Dunlop and Jennie Worden Dunlop lived at 203 E. Genesee St. by 1927.  Mr. Dunlop was born about 1855, and was a life resident of Fayetteville, where he died on 3-9-1941.  He was a receiving clerk and worked for the Crouse-Hinds Co. for 40 years.  Mrs. Dunlop was born about 1864 at High Bridge--a hamlet between Manlius and Lyndon--and the couple wed about 1890.  She died on 4-17-1945.  They had:  Doris Dunlop, who was born about 1905, wed Herbert C. Cornett, taught home economics at East Syracuse-Minoa high school for 15 years, and lived in Fayetteville at her death on 8-12-1970.

Herbert A. Dunn and Georgia Bresee Dunn lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, having lived before on Robineau Rd. in Syracuse.  Mr. Dunn was born in Fabius, NY, on 8-21-1893, and served in Europe during WWI.  Mr. Dunn and his father-in-law, Stephen Bresee, founded Bresee Chevrolet in 1922.  He became  the owner of both that firm and Salina Chevrolet in Syracuse.  Mr. Dunn had a life long interest in horses and operated the Dunwoodie Farm--for show and standardbred horses--on his Woodchuck Hill property.  The couple lived at 996 James St. in Syracuse by the late 1940's, and retired to FL in 1978. Mrs. Dunn died in Fort Lauderdale on 4-17-1978, and Mr. Dunn died there on 1-6-1989, at age 95.  They had:  Jane Dunn, who was born 5-3-1920, wed Frederick W. Schermerhorn, and lived at 412 Spring St., (see their entry), William B. Dunn, who was born about 1922, served as a pilot in WWII, married Anne Harwood, lived in Fayetteville, assumed the management of the family car dealerships in 1958, was an avid sailor, skier and aviator, and died on 8-20-2006, and Patricia Joy "Patsy" Dunn, who was born about 1927, graduated from Endicott Junior College, married Edmond Clark Bowen in 1950, and resided in Woodbury, CT.   Mr. Dunn and both of his daughters were accomplished equestrians, and were very active in local and national show circles.

Robert L. Dunn and Marian Clark Dunn lived at Highfield Farm on Highbridge Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Dunn was born on 11-18-1895, in Constantia, NY, and grew up there.  Mrs. Dunn was born on 7-23-1898, and the couple wed about 1917.  The family came to Lyndon, where Mr. Dunn was a farmer on property owned by the Chase family, and later moved to Kirkville.  Mrs. Dunn died on 7-12-1980. They had:  Duane Dunn, who was born about 1920, wed Ella Walters on 5-15-1948, and lived in Kirkville, Kenneth L. Dunn, who was born in 1927, wed Marie Jane Filippelli on 4-19-1947, worked for the Carpenter Mfg. Co. for 25 years, and resided in Ocala, FL, at his death on 12-31-1994, Harvey Dunn, who was born about 1923, Vera Dunn, who was born in 1919, wed James Louis Alley about 1950, owned Alleys Drive-In in Bridgeport for over 20 years, and lived in Chittenango at her death on 4-18-2005, and Elizabeth "Betty" Dunn Bronson Walters, who was born about 1922, and lives in Westdale, NY.

Robert S. Dunt lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942, and at 511 N. Manlius St. by 1948.  Before WWII, Mr. Dunt was an elevator operator for the First Trust and Deposit Co. in Syracuse.  He spent five years in the service, including 22 months in the Aleutian Islands.  While serving, Mr. Dunt married Jacqueline Milan in Pascagoula, MS, on 8-13-1943.   He graduated from Morrisville Agricultural College in 1948.  Mr. Dunt was born on 5-17-1916, and lived in New Castle, DE, at his death on 1-7-2002.

George H. Durham and Linda Dings Durham lived at 105 John St. by 1930.  Mr. Durham was born 9-29-1896, in MN, and was a die maker for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Durham was born in Syracuse about 1892.  She married first about 1907, and wed Mr. Durham about 1928.  Mr. Durham's mother, Evelyn Burgess Durham, a cateress, lived with the family, as did Mrs. Durham's parents, Albert Dings and Stella Dings.  Evelyn Durham was born about 1874, and died on 8-8-1944.  Mr. Dings died 4-6-1933, and Mrs. Dings is believed to have died in May, 1932, at age 69.  Linda Durham died on 12-5-1968.  Mr. Durham probably died in AZ in March, 1984.  Linda Durham had:  Lillian Guendel, who lived in St. Petersburg, FL.  (See the Guendel listing.)

Edgar L. Dygert and Florence Goodfellow Dygert lived at 100 Fitch St. by 1927, having lived earlier on Mill St.  Mr. Dygert was born in October, 1871.  He worked as a young man as a cigarmaker, and later became a carpenter.  He died on 3-22-1946.  Mrs. Dygert was born about 1875, and the couple wed about 1907.

George M. Dykeman and Margaret Garrison Dykeman lived at 121 South Mill St. by 1942.  Mr. Dykeman was born in Penn Yan, NY, on 2-24-1886, and was a millwright for the McIntyre Brothers Paper Co., and later was a machine repairman for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Dykeman died on 7-17-1972.  Mrs. Dykeman was born on 7-2-1900, in Hammondsport, NY, and was a nurse.  She was a resident of Fayetteville for 40 years, and  died on 5-8-1976.  All four of the Dykeman's sons served in WWII.  They were:  Almerian "Al" Dykeman, who was born 11-4-1923, served in the South Pacific with the USN, married Kay Richards of Oklahoma City, OK, and Clarice Dykeman, was a tool and die maker, moved to Chittenango in 1951, and died on 7-2-2001, Robert M. Dykeman, who was born on 2-3-1922, was  decorated for his service on 29 bombing missions over Europe with the AAF, married Helen F. Dykeman, was a self-employed radio and TV serviceman, and died on 12-21-2003, James G. Dykeman, who was an office worker for the Aetna Insurance Co., and an accountant, served in the Pacific with the USN, wed Helen Zeh on 9-26-1953, lived at 116 Pleasant St. in Manlius, and 100 Collin Ave. Martin L. Dykeman, who served in the USN, married Ferne Jones, was a tool and die maker for the Edlund Manufacturing Co., and lived at 223 Homewood Dr. and in Clearwater FL.

Alfred R. Earl and Viola Veronica McKinnon Earl lived in Fayetteville by 1938, and lived at 501 East Genesee St. by 1948.  Dr. Earl was born on 6-20-1904, and was a physician in practice in Fayetteville by  1938.  He served in the Army during WWII.  Mrs. Earl was born on 9-5-1901, and the couple wed about 1927.  She was a secretary for the draft board.  Dr. Earl was living in Daphne, AL, at his death in May, 1975.  Mrs. Earl later wed Roy Irwin, and died on 9-4-1987, while residing in West Palm Beach, FL.  Mr. and Mrs. Earl had:  John Corcoran Earl, and another son. 

Edwin Ellinge Eastman and Lillian Beach Eastman lived at 500 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Eastman was born on 11-11-1876.  He served 20 years as the mayor of Fayetteville and president of the village board under an earlier form of village government.  He also served as fire chief.  Mr. Eastman worked over 60 years for McArthur, Wirth, and Cooney, an air conditioning and refrigeration firm.  About 1903, Mr. Eastman wed Mary A. Griffin, who worked as a glove maker.  She was born about 1874, and died on 10-23-1924, at their home at 200 W. Genesee St.  Mr. Eastman wed Lillian M. Beach about 1926.  She was born about 1891, and died 5-23-1950.  Mayor Eastman died 11-10-1958.

John Carl Eastman lived at 200 W. Genesee St. by 1939, having lived earlier on North Burdick St.  Mr. Eastman was born on 3-11-1879, and was a woodworker and cabinet maker for the Fayetteville Manufacturing Co.  He was also chief of the local volunteer fire department.  Mr. Eastman married Ella Eastman, about 1901.  She was born about 1885.  At some point before 1920, the couple divorced.  Mr. Eastman died on 7-19-1957.  His sister-in-law, Helen Slater Eastman, and her daughter, Florence Eastman, moved from Candor, NY, to his home in 1933.  Helen Eastman was born about 1880, and was the widow of Mr. Eastman's brother, Dyer David Eastman, who was born on 5-13-1875, in Fayetteville, and died about 1930.  Helen Eastman died on 9-1-1971, at 91.  She had:  Florence J. Eastman, who was born about 1909, and lived with her mother and uncle in Fayetteville.  She died in a local nursing home on 10-15-1974.  John and Ella Eastman had:  Grace Eastman, who was born about 1903, and wed William C. Goebel on 8-18-1923, (see their listing), and Carl E. Eastman, who was born about 1904, and lived in Fayetteville.

Sarah Cotter Eastman lived at 201 Spring St. by 1920.  Mrs. Eastman was born in Fayetteville about 1858.  She was the widow of Dwight M. Eastman, a stationery engineer at a paper mill, whom she married on 10-7-1888.  Mrs. Eastman's brother, John Cotter, lived with her until his death on 1-30-1944, at age 83.  Mrs. Eastman died at home on 1-31-1948, at age 89.  Her death came about a week after she suffered a stroke.  They had:  Lorell Eastman, who lived in Evanston, IL, and a daughter.

Chester Ryland Eaton and Alice Burnett Eaton lived at 130 E. Genesee St. by 1942, and at 103 Brooklea Dr. by 1948.  Mr. Eaton was born in Chittenango on 12-24-1885.  He was a funeral director for about 40 years, and operated his own funeral home, C. R. Eaton, in Fayetteville.  It was located on Brooklea Dr. before re-locating to East Genesee St.   Mr. Eaton died on 1-19-1951.  Mrs. Eaton, a native of Chittenango, was born about 1886, and came to Fayetteville following the couple's wedding about 1910.  She died on 4-9-1952.  Their daughter, Grace E. Eaton, was born on 9-8-1915, attended National Park Seminary, wed Selden D. Tubbs about 1939, and lived at 104 Fairfield St. at her death on 10-10-1992.  After his marriage, Mr. Tubbs joined his father-in-law as a partner in the Eaton-Tubbs funeral home.  

Laura A. Eaton lived at 300 E. Genesee St. by 1927.  Miss Eaton was one of the four children of Robert Wilson Eaton, a bookkeeper, and Emily Young Eaton, who both died in 1925.  Miss Eaton was born in October, 1869, and was a life resident of Fayetteville.  She died on 12-30-1958, at age 89.

George E. Ebeling and Martha Simons Ebeling lived at 500 Walnut St. by 1927, and later at 104 N. Park St.  Mr. Ebeling was born in November, 1857.  He was married about 1883 to Anna Ebeling, who was born in August, 1864, and died on 3-28-1903.  Mr. Ebeling wed Martha Smons about 1905.  He was a butcher before becoming the police chief of Fayetteville and the tax assessor for the Town of Manlius.  Mrs. Martha Ebeling was born on a farm on Fly Rd. in East Syracuse, and came to Fayetteville about 1905.  She was a teacher and later served on the school board.  Mrs. Ebeling also was founder and first president of the Women's Republican Club of the Town of Manllus.  Mr. Ebeling died on 8-23-1944, and Martha Ebeling died on 10-2-1967.  George and Martha Ebeling had:  Martha C. Ebeling, who was born about 1910, and married Theodore Roosevelt, (see their entry), George H. Ebeling, (see the next entry), and Etta Marie Ebeling, who was born about 1919, was a clerk at the First Trust & Deposit Co, in Syracuse, married James F. McDermott, (see his listing), and later, Irving S. Hayes, lived at 500 Walnut St., and in East Amherst, NY, at her death on 1-27-2012.  

George H. Ebeling and Beatrice Moynihan Ebeling lived at 502 Walnut St. by 1942.  Mr. Ebeling was born about 1911.   He served with the USN in the South Pacific during World War II, and worked 22 years as an agent for the Metropolitan Insurance Co.  Mr. Ebeling was a member of the Manlius Town Board.  He was a member of the fire department for about 40 years, and was the chief for 21 years.  Mr. Ebeling was greatly interested in local history and often wrote and spoke on historical topics.  He died on 9-24-1971, and a collection of his historical materials was donated to the local library in 1999.  Mrs. Ebeling was born on 2-7-1908, and died 5-25-1977.  They had four daughters:  Joyce Emily Ebeling, who was born in March, 1930, wed Robert Theodore Yager on 6-26-1948, and resides in Parish, NY, Ethel Ebeling Cook, also of Parish, Henrietta Leora Ebeling, who wed David Crandall on 6-22-1964, and lived in Narragansett, RI, and Marjorie Ann Ebeling, who wed Charles H. Watson in 1971, graduated from the Grand Rapids School of Bible and Music, and resided in Grand Rapids, MI.  

Merrill Randall Eddy and Grace Townsend Eddy lived on Hunt Dr. by 1942, having moved there about 1934, after living earlier in Erie County, NY.  Mr. Eddy was born on 9-8-1901, and grew up in Wyoming County, NY.  He operated a hardware store in Fayetteville before becoming an institutional sales rep for the General Foods Co.  The couple wed about 1920.   Mr. Eddy died on 12-8-1944.  They had two daughters:  Elizabeth "Betty Ann" Eddy, who was born 1-22-1922, and married Donald J. Cathers, (see their entry), and Doris Eleanor Eddy Mosier, who was probably born 4-7-1926, and lived in Grants Pass, OR, at her death in June, 1984.

Stuart Emerson Eddy and Margaret Louise Smith Eddy lived at 103 West Genesee St. by 1942, having lived earlier on Kimber St. in the Town of DeWitt.  Mr. Eddy was born 8-2-1902, and was a hardware merchant.  Mrs. Eddy was born about 1907, and the couple wed on 11-7-1928.  She is believed to have died on 5-20-1989.  Mr. Eddy lived in Ft. Myers, FL, at his death on 12-12-1997, at age 95.  Mr. Eddy's siblings also lived to old age.  He had three brothers, G. Russell Eddy, Kenneth D. Eddy and Donald Eddy, who lived to be 79, 96 and 103, respectively.  Mr. Eddy also had twin sisters, Laura Eddy and Clara Eddy, who were born about 1897, and lived to be 101.

Anna E. Jones Edgerton lived at 100 Fitch St. by 1942, and at 107 John St. by 1948.   Mrs. Edgerton was born about 1872.  She was the widow of Frank L. Edgerton, and worked as a practical nurse.  Mr. Edgerton, a poultry farmer, was born in June, 1858, and was a native of Bridgeport, NY.  About 1895, he married Laura Scott Edgerton, who was born in June, 1871, and lived in Minoa at her death on 6-22-1914.  Mr. Edgerton then wed Anna E. Jones about 1916.  They lived in Mandana, NY, and Kirkville.  Mr. Edgerton died on 7-16-1933, and Anna  Edgerton died on 12-10-1951, while residing in Syracuse.  F. L. Edgerton and Laura Edgerton had:  Frank Howard Edgerton, who was born 2-25-1897, wed Ruth Edgerton, and lived in Detroit at his death on 7-21-1972, Stewart Scott Edgerton, who was born on 9-17-1901, married Beulah E. O’Keefe, and lived in Warren, MI, at his death on 8-22-1973, and Russell W. Edgerton, who was born on 3-6-1903, and died on 5-5-1948, while residing in Detroit.

Birger Erik Edlund and Pearl McCall Edlund lived at 510 Orchard St. by 1942.  Mr. Edlund was born in Hagfors, Sweden, on 5-21-1897, and worked as the night superintendent at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Edlund was born on 12-11-1901, and the couple wed about 1920.  About 1943, Mr. Edlund was transferred to the company's Cleveland facility, where he became the die shop foreman.  Mr. Edlund died on 10-2-1952, and Mrs. Edlund died on 8-6-1979, while they were residing in Lakewood, OH.  They had:  Paul Erik Edlund, who was born in Fayetteville on 5-11-1922, was a bombardier on a B-24 during WWII, lost an arm after being shot while on a mission, wed Mary Jane Wells in 1948, graduated from Yale University and earned his MLS from the University of Michigan, spent 27 years with the Library of Congress, was an avid writer and historian, served as mayor of Garrett Park, MD, and died on 8-11-2011, while residing in Belmont, MA, Stuart E. Edlund, who was born on 10-10-1928, and died on 1-15-1975, while residing in OH, and Justine Edlund, who was born about 1923, and wed Gordon Meyers.  Mr. Edlund's brother, Carl Edlund, also lived in Fayetteville, (see the entry below).  

Carl Arvid Edlund and Margaret Nye Edlund lived at 206 Thompson St. by 1927, and at 305 S. Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Edlund was born in Sweden on 8-7-1890, and came to America in 1910, and to Fayetteville about 1922.  He had lived for a period in Cortland earlier where he was a machinist.  In Fayetteville, Mr. Edlund was a die engineer for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Edlund was born about 1900, and the couple wed about 1920.  She was a genealogist and had an active interest in history.  Mr. Edlund had moved to Canastota, NY, about a year before his death on 1-15-1955, while ice fishing.  They had:  Betty E. Edlund, who was born about 1920, graduated from Cortland Normal School (now SUNY at Cortland) in 1939, taught in Cazenovia, married Frank Ferris Dunham, Jr., on 12-21-1940, and lived in Buffalo, and Bruce A. Edlund, who was born about 1924, served in the AAF during WWII, wed Christine Edlund, was an apprentice at Precision Castings, and lived at 756 South Ave. in Syracuse at his death on 3-31-1954. 

Chester C. Edwards and Ella Whipple Edwards lived at 609 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Edwards was born about 1910 and was a life resident of the Fayetteville area.  He was a machinist for the Precision Castings Co., and later a tool and die maker for the General Electric Co., where he retired in 1973 after 32 years of service.  Mr. Edwards was active in Masonic affairs and was a member over 50 years.  Mrs. Edwards was born about 1911, and was a native of Chittenango.  She was a clerk at Blue Cross, and died on 8-23-1966.  Mr. Edwards later married Wanda Briggs, and died on 2-24-1988.  C. C. Edwards and Ella Edwards had:  Barbara J. Edwards, who was a medical secretary, wed Philip Norman, and lives in Fayetteville.

Martin C. Eischen and Edna Coates Eischen lived at 144 N. Burdick St. by 1942, at 103 Washington St. by 1951, and at 10 Kevin Circle in Manlius by 1954.  Mr. Eischen was born 8-1-1902.   He was a self-employed carpenter, and retired from Continental Can about 1960.  Mrs. Eischen was born on 1-5-1906, and the couple wed on 2-14-1926.  Following Mr. Eischen's retirement, the couple moved to Daytona Beach, FL, where both died in a car accident on 2-1-1976.  Their children:  Martin David Eischen, who served in the Army field artillery in the Korean Conflict, and lived in FL, and Gary Eischen, who was born in December, 1941, and lived in CA.

William F. Eichenhofer and Marie Tjeerdsma Eichenhofer lived at 311 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Eichenhofer was born on 4-19-1904, and was a native of Utica.  He was the general foreman at the Green Lake State Park.  Mrs. Eichenhofer was born in Ilion, NY, on 5-16-1907, and the couple wed about 1928.  She was an office worker at the Precision Castings Co. for 26 years before retiring.  Mr. Eichenhofer died on 12-6-1990, and Mrs. Eichenhofer died on 8-17-2002, at age 95.

Alfred Eicholzer and Anna Bunda Eicholzer lived on Hunt Dr. by 1942, and had moved to Packanack Lake, NJ, by 1949.  Mr. Eicholzer was born in Switzerland on 10-30-1901.  He was a supervisor for the Continental Can. Co., and in the early 1950's his job took the family to Worcester, MA.  Mr. Eicholzer retired in 1967, and died on 10-23-1989.  They had:  Alfred W. Eicholzer, who lived in Franklln, MA, and Julie Eicholzer Hart, who lived in Saugas, MA.

Frank Augustus Eiler and Cornelia Pierce Eiler lived at 504 Warren St. by 1942, and at 107 Cleveland Blvd. by 1948.  Mr. Eiler was born on 12-18-1909, and served in WWII.  He was a cost accountant for the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Corp., and later was a salesman for the Penn Mutual Insurance Co.  Mrs. Eiler was born 11-30-1914, and was a secretary at Syracuse University.  The family moved to NC, and lived in Morehead City when Mr. Eiler died on June, 1985, and Mrs. Eiler died on 12-29-1997.  They had:  Harriett Eiler, who wed James Reuben Copland, III, and lived in Burlington, NC, and Dr. Frank Kendall Eiler, who wed Sandra Ann Stubbs, is a veterinarian, and resides in Greensboro, NC.

Benjamin Elek, Jr., and Sophie Janel Elek lived at 601 Clinton St. by 1942, and moved away by 1951.  Mr. Elek was born on 6-2-1902, in Hungary, and came to this country in 1913.  He served in WWII, and worked as a meat cutter in Jamesville.  Mrs. Elek was born on 2-26-1909, and was a clerical worker at the Precision Castings Co. Mr. Elek died on 6-29-1983, while residing in Cocoa, FL, and Mrs. Elek died on 6-13-1995, while living in Melbourne, FL.

Lena Belle Hildebrand Elliott lived on High Bridge Rd. by 1942.  Mrs. Elliott was the widow of William J. Elliott, Jr., who was born about 1889, and died on 8-29-1938.  The couple wed on 3-4-1916, in MI, and Mr. Elliott was a contractor.  Following his death, Mrs. Elliott was a housemaid.  She was born in Lapeer, MI, on 3-4-1894, and died on 1-29-1965, while residing in Fayetteville.  

Asa Joel Ellis lived at 4991 Highbridge St. and Sweet Rd. by 1920.  Mr. Ellis was born on 7-22-1879, and grew up in the vicinity of Pompey, NY.  He was a farmer in Fayetteville for many years, and died in January, 1963.  Mr. Ellis was the son of Seward E. Ellis and Alice Phillips Ellis.  His mother died in Cortland, NY, on 1-31-1906, and his father lived with him by 1920.

David O. Ellis and Seraph Rowe Ellis lived at 200 Warren St. by 1942.  Mr. Ellis was born about 1898, and served in WWI.  He was a painter for the Precision Castings Co., and a truck driver for the Easy Washer Co.  Mrs. Ellis was born on 6-29-1895.  She was married previously to a Mr. Merritt, by whom she had two sons:  Charles R. Merritt, who lived in Clearwater, FL, and Estus W. Merritt, who resided in Sherrill, NY.  Mr. Ellis died on 5-24-1950, and Mrs. Ellis died on 5-25-1988, at age 92. 

Francis Edgar Ellis and his daughter, Leota Ellis Bex, lived at 606 Orchard St. by 1942.  Mr. Ellis was a widower, his wife, Anna Bryant Ellis, having died on 2-22-1941.  Mrs. Ellis was born about 1869, and the couple wed about 1893.  Mr. Ellis died on 1-26-1960, at age 92.  They had:  Leota Ellis Bex, (see her entry above), Margaret Ellis, who was born about 1900, wed Kenneth Morgan in 1922, and Ira V. Ellis, (see his entry below).  All the children lived in Fayetteville.

Ira V. Ellis and Mildred Vieau Ellis lived at 606 Orchard St. by 1927, and at 323 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Ellis was born about 1898, and came to Fayetteville as a child.  He served in the Student Army Training Corps at Syracuse University during WWI.  Mr. Ellis was in the insurance and bond business, and retired in 1963, as controller, after 43 years with the Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.  He also served as a village trustee for eight years.  Mr. Ellis died on 11-21-1965, and Mrs. Ellis, a native of Syracuse, was born on 12-18-1899, and died on 6-3-1990.

Joshua Corson Ellis and Reba Baver Ellis lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Ellis was born 4-22-1890, and was a mechanical engineer at the Rollway Bearing Co.  Mrs. Ellis was a native of Ilion, NY, and was born about 1892.  Mr. Ellis lived in FL at his death on 3-18-1974.  He was married previously to Beatrice Stark Ellis, a native of Peterboro, Ontario, Canada.  She was born about 1889, and they wed about 1912.  Beatrice Ellis died on 9-2-1939, at age 50.  Reba B. Ellis was the widow of Kurnel L. Crandall, a Syracuse grocer, who died 4-30-1940, and they had:  Nelson B. Crandall, who graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in mechanical engineering in 1949, wed Marcia Jean Kepler on 10-25-1945, and lives in Tarboro, NC, and Geraldine H.  Crandall, who resided in  Washington, DC.  J. C. and Beatrice Ellis had:  Ruth Ellis, who was born on 7-23-1914, graduated from Syracuse in 1933, married Charles H. Kissam about 1939, taught school in Northport, NY, and resided in Clearwater, FL, at her death on 9-14-2005, and Betty Ellis, who was born about 1916.    

Herbert E. Emmert and Agnes Osborne Emmert lived at 304 Orchard St. by 1942, and later at 1Salt Springs Rd. in Manlius.  Mr. Emmert was born in Syracuse on 10-12-1900, and came to Fayetteville in 1933--about four years after his marriage in 1929.  He was a sander and finisher at the Stickley Furniture Co., retiring in 1968 after 35 years of service to the company.  Mrs. Emmert was born on 5-30-1902, and died on 2-14-1994, at the Loretto Geriatric Center in Syracuse.  Mr. Emmert died in the same institution just four days later, at age 93.  They had:  Carolyn A. Emmert, who was an office worker at Precision Castings Co.,wed Arthur H. Hossbein, Jr., about 1957, and lives in Kirkville.  

James H. Everson and Doris Crandall Everson lived at 205 East Genesee St. following their marriage on 6-15-1940.  Mr. Everson was born in Solvay, NY, on 11-15-1912, and grew up on Cornwall Dr. in DeWitt.  His mother was Mildred Andrews Everson Fisher, who was the proprietor of Fisher's Red and White grocery store in DeWitt, and he assisted her in operating the store.  Later Mr. Everson was in the hardware business.  Mrs. Everson was born on 10-21-1918. She was devoted to the cause of providing educational opportunities for others and was instrumental in arranging college funding for many women.  The couple moved to FL, and resided in Clermont, at Mr. Everson's death on 9-13-1990, and when Mrs. Everson died on 4-13-2007.  They had:  David Everson, and Sarah Everson, who both lived in Orlando, FL.

Harold E. Fairhurst and Janet Fairhurst lived in Syracuse before moving to 208 Thompson St. about 1941, and to 401 Redfield Ave. in 1942.  Mr. Fairhurst was born on 1-26-1910, and died in April, 1963.  He was a sales engineer for the Collum Acoustical Co.  In 1946, the family moved to Miami, and in 1949, moved to Forest Hills, NY.  Mrs. Fairhurst was born on 3-9-1904, and died on 10-8-1987.  They had:  Millicent Fairhurst, who was born in March, 1938, graduated from Middlebury College in 1959, and lives in NYC, and Cynthia Fairhurst, who was born on 3-27-1935, and died in October, 2001.

Earland Myrick Farmer and Rachel DeWolf  Farmer lived on Hunt Rd. near Fayetteville by 1948.  Mr. Farmer was born on 9-3-1897, in New Bedford, MA, and served as a flight instructor in the USN during WWI.   He was president and chairman of the board of Gould-Farmer Co. and president of the Langdon-Hughes Electric Co. in Utica.  He also was president of the Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, and was active in many civic causes.  Mr. Farmer died 3-28-1955.  Mrs. Farmer was born in MA in 1894, and the couple wed in 1918.  She died in Oct. 1982.  They had:  Clara C. Farmer, who was born in 1919, Kay Farmer, who married Daniel E. Spaulding, Jean Farmer, who wed D. Page Cornwall and William A. Darrin, and Clifford M. Farmer, who lived in Fayetteville.

Andrew A. Farrell and Florence Corby Farrell lived on the East Genesee Turnpike in Mycenae by 1942.  Mr. Farrell was born on 2-23-1909, and was a native of Seneca Falls, NY.  He came to the Fayetteville area about 1932.  Mr. Farrell was a plumber for the Brignall Plumbing Co., was in the water pump business for many years, and retired from the Syracuse Housing Authority.  Mrs. Farrell was born on 1-19-1909, in Pittsford, NY.  She attended a business school in Rochester, and worked for the Honeoye Falls Times as a proofreader, bookkeeper and secretary.  Mrs. Farrell was married nine months to William Leonard before he was killed in an auto accident in 1932.  She and Mr. Farrell wed in 1935.  He died 11-4-1982, and Mrs. Farrell resided in Minoa at her death on 5-15-2008, at age 99.  They had:  Duane Farrell, who wed Ruth Farrell, and lives in Osteen, FL, and Andrew Stephen "Steve" Farrell, who served in the Army, married Dolores Farrell, and lives in Manlius.

Anna O'Connell Farrell lived on East Genesee Turnpike in Mycenae by 1942.   Mrs. Farrell was born in Ireland in 1865, and came to the Fayetteville area about 1890.  She was the widow of James J. Farrell, and died on 7-28-1951.  They had:  Andrew Farrell, (see his listing above), Anna Farrell, who wed Harold DeRue, (see their listing), Timothy Farrell, who lived in Rochester, William Farrell, also of Rochester, James E. Farrell, who lived in Syracuse, and a daughter who wed Dave Collin, and lived in Manlius.

Frank M. Farrell and Jane Lewis Farrell lived on E. Genesee Turnpike by 1942, and lived on Highbridge Rd. just east of the Lyndon Trailer Park, by 1953.  Mr. Farrell was a native of Canada, and came to the Fayetteville area in the mid 1930's.  He was the riding master at the Green Lakes Riding Stables and was a printer, operating a shop from their home for 25 years.  Mrs. Farrell was born about 1915.  She was a physical education teacher in Fabius for 30 years, and also gave riding lessons at their Hillside Riding Stables, adjacent to their home in Lyndon.  Mr. Farrell died 1-11-1960.  Mrs. Farrell later married Orville F. Wilkins, and they were living in Webster, NY, at her death on 11-23-1978.  Mr. and Mrs. Farrell had a son, S. Mark Farrell, who was born about 1938, and lives in Cazenovia.

Mildred Elenara Faust lived at 409 Clinton St. by 1942, having boarded earlier at 848 Lancaster Ave. in Syracuse.  Miss Faust was a native of Emporia, KS, and was born 10-21-1899.  She earned a bachelor's degree at Penn College of Iowa, and her master's and doctoral degrees at the University of Chicago.  Dr. Faust briefly taught high school and junior college in Iowa and Missouri.  She then taught botany at Syracuse University from 1926 until her retirement in 1965.  In 1970 she became an adjunct professor of botany at SUNY's College of Environmental Science and Forestry. This school holds the Mildred E. Faust Herbarium, the scientist's lifelong collection of plant specimens.  Dr Faust's field work took her to Europe, Iceland, Australia, New Zealand, and to 48 states.  In 1985, in recognition of her many contributions to science and education in the field of botany, the Centers for Nature Education and the Save the County organization created the Mildred E. Faust Wildflower Garden at the Baltimore Woods Historic Center in Marcellus.  Dr. Faust helped to organize, plan, and establish this center as well as the Beaver Lake Nature Center in Baldwinsville.  She remained very active in conservation and nature causes until her death on 11-12-1988.

Carmine Fazio and Katharine Gregory Weeks Fazio lived at 119 Eln St. by 1942.  Mr. Fazio was born on 12-5-1884, and grew up in Syracuse.  He worked his way through high school, and Syracuse University and its law school, (in 1913), and was an attorney with offices in the Hills Building in Syracuse.  Mr. Fazio was an avid gardener and the rose garden at his home in Fayeteville was considered especially beautiful.  He also collected antique clocks and served as a trustee for the Canton Theological Seminary at St. Lawrence University.  In his later years, Mr. Fazio practiced and lived in Oswego.  He died on 9-5-1965.  Mr. Fazio had been widowed before marrying Katharine Gregory, and by his first wife had:  Margaret Fazio Dembrowski, who was born about 1919, and lived in Mattydale.  Katharine Fazio was born on 10-8-1897, and died on 12-24-1988, at age 91, while residing in Skaneateles.  She had also married previously, having wed Wallace M. Weeks, about 1920.  They lived in Skaneateles and had:  Charles G. Weeks, who was born about 1922, graduated from Syracuse in 1946 with a finance degree, and lived in Skaneateles at his death on 12-5-1982, and Barbara Weeks, who was born on 9-22-1920, graduated from Syracuse, wed Meredith Grant, lived in Tully, and died on 4-17-2001. 

Albert M. Feil and Harriet "Hattie" Babcock Feil lived on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Feil was born about 1872, and was a private gardener.  He died in Mycenae on 7-6-1958.   Mrs. Feil was born in Boliver, Madison County, NY, on 6-11-1980, and was 100 at her death on 5-19-1981.  They had:  Florence Feil, who married Fred Smith, and Albert Feil, Jr., who lived in Mt. Morris, NY.

Bessie N. Felton lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942.  Miss Felton was born in AL, about 1902, and was a live in maid for Mrs. Marion Green Digney, the widow of Harold Paul Digney.  She had previously worked in the same capacity on Dorset Rd., in Syracuse, for the family of Nelson C. Brown, a forestry professor at Syracuse University.  Miss Felton was one of the few African-Americans to reside in Fayetteville in the WWII era.  It is thought that she was the sister of Robert Felton, the head of the Syracuse chapter of the NAACP, that she was from Auburn, AL, and returned there.  

Margaret M. Fenner lived at 410 Spring St. by 1920, and at 245 Salt Spring St. by 1927.  The family had lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mrs. Fenner was the widow of Edward John Fenner.  Mr. Fenner was born on 9-5-1874, and worked as a toolmaker for the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 4-17-1928.  Mrs. Fenner was born about 1874, and the couple wed about 1900.  Mrs. Fenner died on 2-27-1959.  Their children: Dorothea Fenner, who was born about 1906, wed Clifford D. Christenson, resided at 114 W. Franklin St., and died on 6-28-1978, and Mary Alice Fenner, who was born about 1907, wed Arthur Lambert in July, 1927, and lived in Fayetteville. 

Louis H. Ferris and Bernice Picquet Ferris lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Ferris was born about 1884, and was a native of Pitcher, NY.  He served with the USN during WWI.  Later he was a machinist at the Carrier Corp. and at the Manlius Mfg. Co., a contractor, and, at his retirement, a security guard at General Electric Co.  Mr. Ferris came to Fayetteville about 1908, and died on 7-26-1966, while living on Green Lake Rd.  Mrs. Ferris was born in West Monroe, NY, about 1901, and came to Fayetteville about 1922.  She died 9-19-1965.  They had:  Robert C. Ferris, who was a shovel operator for the General  Crushed Stone Co., a barber, a guard at GE, served in WWII, married Lora Griffith by 1951, Doris Nourse by 1960,and lived on the Manlius Center Rd., Betty Ferris Ford, who lived in  Mycenae and Dorothy Ferris Henry, of Delphi, NY.  From a previous marriage, Mrs. Ferris had Kenneth P. Troast, who was born about 1917, wed Lillian Moore, lived in East Syracuse, was a car inspector for Penn Central, and died on 6-15-1973.

William A. Ferris and Charlotte Pepper Ferris lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Ferris was born about 1881, and moved to Fayetteville in 1938.  He was a contractor and built more than 500 homes in the Syracuse area.  He died on 12-26-1947.  Mrs. Ferris was born in Toronto, Ontario, about 1887, and came to CNY about 1894.  The couple married on 11-12-1906, and Mrs. Ferris died on 8-26-1974.  They had:  Robert W. Ferris, who was born about 1910, married Philomena Ferris, and lived in Skaneateles at his death on 9-23-1944, Richard A. Ferris, who was a carpenter, served in WWII, married Lois Ferris, and lived in Rockville, MD, Marjorie Belle Ferris,  who was born about 1919, graduated from the Powelson Institute, was a stenographer, married Robert J. Cahill on 3-11-1945, and lives in Flint Ridge, CA, and Augusta Ferris, who was born about 1918, married Charles E. French and AustinSweet, was the office manager for the Dean of Men at Syracuse University, lived in Onondaga, NY, and in Sandy Springs, MD, at her death on 6-15-2006.

Otto Emil Feyerabend and Barbara Deichelman Feyerabend lived on High Bridge Rd. by 1900, having lived earlier in Missouri.  Mr. Feyerabend was born in Germany about 1863, and died on 2-4-1940.  Mrs. Feyerabend was born in MO, in November, 1874, and the couple married about 1895.  She died on 7-10-1942.  They had:  Otto Emil Ferdinand Feyerabend, who was born on 9-4-1898, in St. Louis, came to CNY as a baby, married Ethel Geiger about 1925, was a salesman for the Case Supply Co., and resided at 753 James St. in Syracuse at his death on 1-20-1986, Dorothy Feyerabend Wright, who was born on 8-24-1915, was a secretary for the Syracuse Electric Co., lived in Fayetteville, and died on 7-13-1993, and Fred F. Feyerabend, who was born on 10-10-1903, wed Dorothy Raymond on 1-28-1925, was a truck driver for the Springer Express Co. and the Red Star Express Co., and died on 9-22-1983.

Robert Fietta and Rosa Pezzati Fietta lived at 110 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Fietta was born in Italy in 1886, and as a young man he worked his way across Europe to work in the kitchen at the Hotel Carlton in London--then a famous dining place for celebrities and royalty.  He came to America to work at the Belmont Hotel in NYC, and later served in the US Army during WWI.  After the War, Mr. Fietta came to CNY to visit his brother and saw an ad offering a lease on the Fayetteville Inn.  He took advantage of this opportunity and eventually became the owner of the business.  Initially, the family lived in the Inn--both their girls being born there--and Mrs. Fietta and the children were involved in its day to day operation.  The Fayetteville school (now the Wellwood facility) was a summer theatrical playhouse during the 1950's, and the Inn was headquarters for many famous Broadway and Hollywood performers.  Mrs. Fietta was born in 1895, and was a native of Bollango, Italy.  She spent her youth in London, England, and came to America in 1920, where she married in 1922.  She resided in Fayetteville until her death on 10-24-1944.  Following her death, Mr. Fietta sold the Inn to his nephew, Louis B. Fietta, and went on to own and operate the Cordial Manor in Oneida, from 1953 to 1964.  Mr. Fietta was living at 312 Brooklea Dr. at his death on 3-17-1981, at age 94.  They had:  Mary Rose Fietta, who was born in 1923, attended secretarial school, contracted polio about 1944 and became unable to walk, but operated a home secretarial service, lived with her father in Fayetteville, and died on 2-19-2001, and Olga Theresa Fietta, who was born in 1927, was a stenographer for the Farmers and Traders Insurance Co., wed David A. Volles, Sr., and resides at 314 Brooklea Dr.--very near the site of her birth.

Ruth Fisher lived at 527 E. Genesee St. by 1942.  Mrs. Fisher was the widow of Raymond M. "Pop" Fisher, who was born about 1885, and died on 12-27-1940.  Mr. Fisher was an auto dealer in Watertown, and later operated Fisher's Restaurant on Marshall St. near Syracuse University.  They had:  G. Elda Fisher, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1936, married Louis J. Zeldis on 8-23-1941, and lives in Santa Monica, CA, and Nancy Jane Fisher, who graduated from Syracuse in 1940.  

Henry Childs Flower and Delia Cooney Flower,lived at 114 Franklin St. by 1927.  He was born on 4-12-1881, and was a poultryman and farmer.  Mr. Flower was also a professional musician and played the saxophone in orchestras in Syracuse movie theaters.  He was the organizer of a village band which conducted Saturday night concerts.  Mrs. Flower, was born about 1880, and they wed about 1904.  She died on 6-7-1941.  Mr. Flower died on 12-7-1947.  They had:  May Belle Flower, who was born in 1919, worked as a cost accountant for Empire Structural Steel Fabricators, Inc., lived most of her life in Fayetteville, but had lived a few years in Fulton, NY, at her death in May, 1971.

Charles Roger Folsom and Clara May Abbott Folsom lived at 207 N. Manlius St. by 1927, having lived earlier on Allen St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Folsom was born in Burnet Junction, WI, about 1867.  The couple wed about 1900 and came to Fayetteville about 1919.  Mr. Folsom retired in 1940 as a special agent for the Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co.  He died on 12-11-1956.  Mrs. Folsom was born in WI, about 1867, and was the second woman to graduate in the pharmacy program at the University of Wisconsin.  She was an organizer and official of the local DAR, and an active genealogist.  Mrs. Folsom marked the graves of Revolutionary War soldiers and was involved in the erection of Village historical markers. She also was an organizer of the local PTA.  Mrs. Folsom died 8-7-1947.  Their children:  Abbott Folsom, who was born on 6-25-1902, wed Dorothy Marcy Matten on 5-2-1923, and resided in Tunkhannock, PA, at his death in December, 1977, Roger W. Folsom, who was born 3-21-1907, and lived in Maine at his death in October, 1985, and Elizabeth Folsom, who was probably born 11-23-1910, was the personnel manager for CCBI (the Central City Business Institute), wed James M. Dunlap, and is thought to have died on 2-23-1999.

Arthur E. Ford and Bertha Austin Ford lived in Mycenae by 1930, and later moved to Kirkville.  Mr. Ford was born in Syracuse on 5-25-1893, and was a farm laborer, and a maintenance man for the NYC railroad.  Mrs. Ford was born on 1-8-1896, and the couple wed about 1922.  Mr. Ford died on 6-27-1969, and Mrs. Ford died on 6-2-1976.  They had: Francis Ford, who was born about 1923, and lived in Onondaga Hill, NY, and Dorothy Ford Haynes, who was born in 1927, and lived in Syracuse.

Robert Wallace Ford and Grace Belle Freeborn Ford lived on the E. Genesee Turnpike by 1930.  Mr. Ford was born in Bridgeport, NY, on 7-18-1878, and moved to Mycenae about 1899.  He was a farmer for many years but retired from the NYS Highway Department.  Mrs. Ford was born about 1879, and the couple married on 8-12-1901.  She was a native of Vernon Center, NY, and was a private duty practical nurse.  Mrs. Ford died on 6-8-1966, and Mr. Ford died at age 90, on 3-27-1969.  They had:  Alexander D. Ford, who was born about 1902, married Dorothy Rice, worked for the Precision Castings Co., operated Rice's general store in Kirkville for 36 years, was a Sunday School superintendent, and lived in Kirkville at his death on 10-14-1982, Franklin F. Ford, who was born on 9-24-1912, married Betty Ferris Ford, served in WWII, worked as a craftsman for the Stickley Furniture Co. and then spent 24 years as a guard for General Electric, resided in Cortland, NY, and died on 3-13-2002, and Wallace Ford, (see his entry below).

Wallace C. Ford and Jessie Cunningham Ford lived on E. Genesee Turnpike by 1928.  Mr. Ford was born 7-31-1904, and was an inspector at the Precision Castings Co., where he worked for 30 years.  Mrs. Ford was born on 7-1-1909, and was a native of Delphi, NY.  The couple wed about 1927, and lived at 210 Juneway Dr. in Chittenango at Mr. Ford's death on 11-17-1980, and Mrs. Ford resided in Oneida at her death on 6-5-2003, at age 93.  They had:  Robert W. Ford, II, who was born in 1928, and lives in Naples, FL, and Donald F. Ford, who was born 5-15-1931, married Patricia Ford and Marion Feeter Timm, was a lay speaker at the Brewerton United Methodist Church, worked as a tool design draftsman for Crouse-Hinds, lived in Brewerton, NY, and died on 1-30-1994.

Robert J. Forney and Mary Elizabeth "Betty" Griffin Forney lived at 111-113 Mechanic St. by 1942.  Mr. Forney was a truck driver for the General Crushed Stone Co.  Mrs. Forney was born about 1916, and worked as a waitress, and a typist.  She worked for the NYSDPW at her death on 5-29-1968.  They had:  Barbara Lee Forney, who was born about 1941, worked for the Marine Midland Bank, wed Robert Johnson, and lived in Charlestown, MA, and Michael Forney, who was born in December, 1943, and lived in Waltham, MA. 

Samuel R. Fowler and Helen Ramsey Fowler lived on High Bridge Rd. by 1942, and later lived at 405 Clinton St.  Dr. Fowler was born about 1875, and was a native of Canastota, NY.  He graduated from Colgate Academy and Columbia University's medical school.  He was a physician with offices in Syracuse for more than 40 years.  Mrs. Fowler was born about 1880, in PA, and the couple wed about 1905 .  Dr. Fowler died on 4-24-1956.  They had:  Anne Ramsey Fowler, who was born about 1905, and wed Russell R. Jarvis. (See their entry.)

Vera A. Fowler lived at 312 Highbridge St. by 1930, on Walnut St. in 1933, and at 409 Clinton St. by 1942.  Miss Fowler was born on 1-16-1904, and was a high school teacher in Fayetteville.  She lived with her widowed mother, May F. Fowler, for many years, and died on 5-27-1991.  

Frank E. Fox and Goldie Craw Fox lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1930.  Mr. Fox was born in Fabius, NY, about 1890, and came to Fayetteville about 1910.  He was a farmer.  Mrs. Fox was born about 1894, and wed about 1911.  She died on 12-9-1947, and Mr. Fox later wed Ella A. Fox.  He died on 12-21-1974.  Frank and Goldie Fox had:  Irene Fox, who was born about 1912, wed Roy Marshfield on 10-17-1931, in DeRuyter, NY, and lived in Cleveland, NY.

Harold C. Fox and Eva Mary Fox lived in Mycenae by 1942, and later lived many years in Chittenango.  Mr. Fox was born in Kirkville on 3-30-1917.   He was a dairy farmer, and operated the Genesee Liquor Store in Chittenango for 20 years.  Mrs. Fox was born on 4-12-1920, and worked for the Onondaga Pottery Co.  The couple moved to Deland, FL, about 1971, and Mrs. Fox died on 11-24-1992.  Mr. Fox wed Margaret Elizabeth Ashton Kelly on 12-31-1993, in FL, and died in Kirkville on 4-16-2004.

Joel P. Fox lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Fox was born in Fabius, NY, in 1869, and was a farmer.  He was twice widowed.  His first wife, Alice Preston, also from Fabius, died In 1896.  They had a son, Frank Fox, (see his entry above).  Mr. Fox then married Mary Cole in 1906.  The second Mrs. Fox was born about 1858, and died in 1937.  Following her death, Mr. Fox lived with his son, and his family, on the Green Lake Rd., where he died on 4-19-1945.  

Winfield Arthur Fox and Ruth Fox lived Manlius Center Rd. by 1927.  Mr. Fox was born in February,1899, and was an inspector for the NYC railroad.  Mrs. Fox was born about 1902, and the couple wed about 1926.  She was a native of Minoa, and resided at 106 West Irving St., in East Syracuse at her death on 6-13-1982.  They had:  Shirley Fox, who was born on 2-20-1927, wed Charles I. Hand about 1945, lived in Brandon, FL, and died on 12-29-2000, and Margaret Fox, who was born about 1934, married John DeFreitas, lived in East Syracuse and Liverpool, and died on 4-17-1994.

Winfield A. Fox lived in Mycenae by 1930, having lived earlier in Lenox and Cicero, NY.  Mr. Fox was born on 7-29-1880, and was the adopted son of Philander Fox and Annie Fox, came to the Fayetteville area about 1923.  He was a farmer, and married Maude Seeber Fox about 1898.  Mrs. Fox was born about 1880, and died on 7-12-1941. Mr. Fox died on 1-23-1973.  They had:  W. Arthur Fox, (see his listing above), Lemont Fox, who was born about 1902, and lived in Newark, NY, (was probably also known as Frank L. Fox), Leona Fox, who wed Harold Cunningham, (see their entry), Anna Fox Russell Miner, who was born about 1905, wed Edward Russell and a Mr. Miner, and lived in Chittenango, Leslie H. Fox, who was born about 1906, was a farmer, and lived in Fayetteville, and Harold C. Fox, (see his entry).

Emma Kimberly Francoeur lived at 205 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  She was the widow of Howard C. Francoeur.  Mr. Francoeur was born about 1900, and went to work for the Precision Castings Co. about 1925.  About 1937, he was transferred to the firm's facility in Cleveland, and died in Ohio on 9-25-1941.  Mrs. Francoeur later wed Wheaton Carr, and lived at 203 WashingtonSt.  She was an inspector for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Carr died in 1954, and Mrs. Francoeur-Carr had moved to Liverpool prior to her death on 3-21-1986.  Mr. and Mrs. Francoeur had:  Howard William Francoeur, who was born on 8-15-1927, was a mechanic, wed Lauraine Gelineau on 2-26-1949, lived in Clearwater, FL, and died in March, 1979.

Sebert H. Frederick and Edna Monroe Frederick lived at 308 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Frederick was an accountant with the Prosperity Co. in Syracuse.  The couple moved to FL about 1957, and Mrs. Frederick died there on 11-9-1961.  They had:  Peter Frederick, who lived in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Johannes Frenay and Theresia Wennekes Frenay lived at 604 Oakwood St. by 1942.  Mr. Frenay was the president of the Syracuse Linoleum Floors Co. and Frenay Tile and Marble Co.  He was born on 8-21-1898, and, like his wife, was a native of Utrecht, Netherlands.  Mr. Frenay died on 6-20-1966.  Mrs. Frenay was born 1-22-1896, and died on 7-9-1974. 

William D. French and Florence May Smith French lived on Highbridge Rd. by 1942.  Mr. French was born on 6-15- 1878.  He was a sander at the Stickley Furniture Co., and, later, a janitor at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. French was born about 1888, and was 14 at her marriage.  She died on 9-3-1958.  They had:  Velma French, who was born about 1904, William French, Jr., who was born in 1905, and died 8-19-1906, at ten months of age, Charles E. French, who was born about 1908, served with the US Navy in the PTO during WWII, married Doris Drake, worked for the McIntyre Paper Co., and died on 4-9-1973, Ada French, who was born about 1909, wed Leonard Hotaling in 1926, and resided in Fayetteville, Wesley W. French, who died in 1913, at seven months of age,  Virginia French who was born about 1914, Donald LeRoy French, who was born about 1918, fought at Guadalcanal during WWII, wed Shirley Davies and Olga Harris, worked at the Precision Castings Co., and probably died in FL on 6-15-1985, Lewis James French, who died of pneumonia on 3-14-1943, at age 22, Archie Edward French, who was born about 1922, served in WWII, wed Mary G. French, was a millwright for the McIntyre Paper Co., lived on Highbridge St., and died 3-17-1983, Robert S. French, who was born on 7-15-1927, served in the Korean conflict, wed Beverly DeVore in 1951, worked 44 years for the Precision Castings Co., lived in Cicero, NY, and died on 12-18-2011, and Betty French, who was born in 1930.  One of the French's daughters wed Chester Brand, and lived in East Syracuse, and another married Lewis Spratt, and lived in Canastota.

Arthur C. Friedel and Gertrude Gay Lee Friedel lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1942, and at 133 Edgemere Lane in 1953.  They lived at 151 Hampton Rd. in Syracuse, before moving to Fayetteville.  Mr. Friedel was born on 8-2- 1885, and was the president of the Friedel Paper Box Co.--a business founded by his father in 1867.  Mrs. Friedel was born about 1891, in Philadelphia, PA.  About 1910, she married a Mr. Lee, and by him had a son, Dr. Henry F. Lee, who was born about 1913, and lived in Chestnut Hill, PA.  Mr. and Mrs. Friedel  married about 1923.  Mr. Friedel died on 9-30-1969.  They had:  Arthur Friedel, Jr., who was born about 1924, earned a master's degree in architecture from Syracuse University in 1948, married Jeanne D. Friedel, was a partner in the architectural firm of Sargent, Webster, Crenshaw, and Folley, and resides in Jamesville, and Peter G. Friedel, who was born in 1928, operated the family business, and lived in Fayetteville.   

John N. Fromey and Florentine "Florence" McDermott Fromey lived on Salt Spring Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Fromey was born 11-3-1901, and was a project manager for the NYS Park Commission.  He also operated a bus firm.  Mrs. Fromey was born 3-6-1901, and lived in the Fayetteville area most of her life.  She graduated from Cortland Normal School and Syracuse University, and was a math teacher in Minoa schools for 25 years.  Mrs. Fromey was an accomplished horsewoman, and was a member of the New York State Racing Commission.  Mr. Fromey died on 3-18-1973, and Mrs. Fromey died 11-3-1995, at 94.  They had:  Mary Patricia Fromey, who wed James D. Nixdorf, and lived in DeWitt.

Alice Wilson Frost lived at 206 E. Genesee St. by 1942.  Mrs. Frost was born about 1887, and married Earl Spencer Frost about 1907.  Mr. Frost was born on 10-24-1883, and was a bookkeeper and the production manager for the Precision Castings Co.  The family lived at 110 Elm St. by 1927, and Mr. Frost died in December, 1933.   Mrs. Frost moved to Grant Village in Syracuse in 1957.  Their children:  Emily E. Frost, who was born on 1-16-1910, graduated from Vassar College, worked 33 years for the State Labor Department, and resided on Stafford Ave. in Syracuse at her death 5-23-1991, Earl S. Frost, who was born in 1913, graduated from Colgate University and earned a master's degree from Rutgers, served in the Army during WWII, wed Genevieve O'Brien McCarthy on 12-12-1946, (see the listing for Charles O'Brien), was a vocational rehabilitation director in VT, and died in Miami, FL, on 12-17-1979, and Clara Frost, who was born on 5-13-1922, wed James M. Joyner, lived in Eastwood 40 years, but resided in East Syracuse at her death 12-8-1996.   

Anson Monroe Fulmer and Addie Townsend Fulmer lived at 205 Warren St. by 1927.  Mr. Fulmer was born on 11-8-1878.  He was an inspector for the Precision Castings Co., and later was a paper hanger and decorator.  Mrs. Fulmer was born about 1880, and the couple wed about 1902.  In June, 1938, Mrs. Fulmer had the distinction of being the first female juror in the Town of Manlius to serve in a Justice of the Peace court.  She and Mr. Fulmer were both empanelled to try a charge of reckless driving.   Mr. Fulmer died on 6-8-1949.  Mrs. Fulmer died on 12-16-1951.   They had:  Retha A. Fulmer who was born about 1903, wed Howard B. Richer, worked for the General Electric Co., and lived at 23 Tyler Ct. in Manlius at her death on 8-24-1982, and Margaret J. Fulmer, who wed Milton Havens, and lived in Fayetteville.  (See their listing.)

John T. Fulmer and Florence Bennett Fulmer lived at 214 Highbridge St. by 1942, at 100 Edward St. by 1951, and in Chittenango by 1961.  The family lived earlier at 101 High St. in Manlius.  Mr. Fulmer was born 12-21-1894, and was a diemaker for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Fulmer was born on 7-19-1892, and lived in Chittenango at her death on 10-6-1975.  Mr. Fulmer moved to Auburn, NY, in 1979, and resided there at his death on 10-19-1982.  They had:  David F. Fulmer, who graduated from Clarkson College in 1942 with a degree in chemical engineering, served in the AAF during WWII, married Josephine T. Shay on 8-3-1944, and lived in Joppa, MD.  Mr. Fulmer's brother, Ollie Fulmer, also lived in Fayetteville, (see his entry below). 

Ollie E. Fulmer and Dorothy Bird Fulmer lived on N. Burdick St. by 1942, moved to Manlius shortly thereafter, and lived at 417 East Seneca St. in Manlius by 1954.  Mr. Fulmer was born in Manlius on 4-10-1909.  He worked as a plumber, and spent many years at General Electric.  Mrs. Fulmer was born about 1904, and was a native of Memphis, NY.  She graduated from Oswego Normal School, and taught elementary school.  Mrs. Fulmer died on 5-1-1965.  Mr. Fullmer later wed Stella Johnson Nye, who died in Chittenango on 10-24-1975.  Mr. Fulmer was residing in Bridgeport by 1981, and died there on 7-27-1985.  Ollie and Dorothy Fulmer had:  Richard H. Fulmer, who lived in Ballston Lake, NY.  Mr. Fulmer and Stella Fulmer had:  Marlene Fulmer Dickinson, who lived in Camillus, NY. 

William Alfred Gabrielson and Sara Nesbitt Gabrielson lived at 422 Salt Springs Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Gabrielson was born about 1904, and was the works manager at the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co. He died on 12-29-1977.  Mrs. Gabrielson was born in Syracuse on 4-26-1907, and died on 10-29-1979.  They had:  William A. Gabrielson, Jr., who was born 8-9-1927, wed Jeannine Perry about 1949, attended RPI, was a production engineer for the Carrier Corp., resided in DeWitt, and died on 2-1-2005, and Maj. John Peter Gabrielson, who was born about 1937, graduated from Hobart College, and served in the USAF.

Clarence Gaffey and Edna Doss Gaffey lived at 106 Chapel St. by 1942, and at 208 Cleveland Blvd. by 1960.  Mr. Gaffey was born 7-27-1907, and the couple wed in April, 1931.  He began as a custodian at the Fayetteville High School, and became the district's building superintendent.  Mr. Gaffey retired in 1972, after 36 years of service, and died on 10-23-1973.  Mrs. Gaffey was born 4-28-1911, and died on 10-26-2003, at age 92.  They had:  Shirley Ann Gaffey, who wed Russell Harris, Jr., on 8-18-1956, and lives in FL, her twin, Gloria Gaffey, who wed Roger Fowler, and lives in MA, and Elaine Gaffey, who worked for the NY Life Insurance Co., wed Kieran Conerty, and lives in Ocala, FL.

Clarence W. Gage and Margaret Halton Gage lived at 571 E. Genesee St. by 1927, and at 102 S. Park St. by 1948.  Mr. Gage was born about 1888, in Lisle, NY, lived in Ilion, NY, by 1920, and came to Fayetteville in the mid 1920's.  He was a garageman and operated a gas station.  Later Mr. Gage was the welfare officer for the Town of Manlius.   Mrs. Gage was born in England about 1887, came to this country as a child, and wed about 1915.  Mr. Gage died on 1-31-1964.  They had:  Roland A. Gage, who was born about 1926, served in the AAF during WWII, was a soil engineer for the State, and lived in Remsen, NY.  Clarence Gage's obituary makes reference to his widow as a Grayce L. Gage, but no mention of her has been found in any other records.

Willis Edward "Ed" Gage lived at 121 Chapel St.  by 1942.  Mr. Gage was born on 9-6-1908, and was a much decorated USN veteran, who served in the PTO during WWII.  He worked as a printer.  Mr. Gage married Eunice Nash, a hair stylist, by 1947.  The couple moved to St. Petersburg, FL, in 1970, and lived there at Mr. Gage's death on 7-14-1987.  Mr. Gage's parents, Willis and Florence Gage, also lived in Fayetteville, (see their entry below).

Willis M. Gage and Florence Montague Gage lived at 204 W. Genesee St. by 1927, and at 121 Chapel St. by 1942.  Mr. Gage was born about 1882, and came to Fayetteville about 1910.  He was a compositor for the Fayetteville Eagle-Bulletin and a printer for the Syracuse Post-Standard.  Mrs. Gage, a native of Baldwinsville, was born about 1879, and the couple wed about 1903.  Mr. Gage died on 3-18-1949, and Mrs. Gage died on 11-20-1967.  They had a son, W. Edward Gage, (see his entry above).

John Paul Gaugel and Johanna (Hannah) Sullivan Gaugel lived at 213 Salt Springs St. by 1927, and at 109 Spring St. by 1942.  Mr. Gaugel was born about 1867.  He was a finisher at the Stickley Furniture Co. and a machinist, and died on 3-16-1947.  Mrs. Gaugel was born about 1872, and died on 7-20-1939.  They had:  Dr. D. Paul Gaugel who lived in Lockport, NY, John W. Gaugel, (see his entry below), and J. Arthur Gaugel, who lived in Fayetteville.  

John Ward Gaugel and Viola Margaret Sebring Gaugel lived at 413 Spring St. by 1942.  Mr. Gaugel was born about 1897.  He was a finisher for the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mrs. Gaugel was born on 1-17-1911, and grew up on Spring St., (see the Willard S. Sebring entry below).  She was a clerk in a shoe store, and worked several years at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Gaugel died on 2-19-1951, and Mrs. Gaugel subsequently wed Paul P. Bullion.  They were residing at 8601 Salt Springs Road in Manlius, at her death on 12-9-1994.

Elizabeth M. Gaynor lived at 325 N. Mill St. by 1927.  She was born about 1871, and worked as a housekeeper and school janitor.  Miss Gaynor lived on Mill St. with her widowed father, Patrick Gaynor, by 1910.  Her uncle, Michael Gaynor, who was born in Ireland about 1850, lived with her by 1920.  He is believed to have died on 3-18-1931.  She was at 321 Brooklea Dr. in 1942, and probably died in Marcy, NY, on 2-19-1949.  

Alphonse Gelineau and Lucy Gendreau Gelineau lived at 212 Thompson St. by 1942, having lived earlier at 724 W. Manlius St. in East Syracuse.  Mr. Gelineau was born on 7-31-1906, in Lowell MA, and grew up there.  He was a carpenter.  Mrs. Gelineau was a native of South Lowell, MA.  She was born on 8-3-1907, and the couple wed about 1927.  They moved to 317 East Genesee St. in Chittenango about 1946, and resided there at his death on 11-6-1987, and her death on 8-21-1989.  They had:  Lauraine Mabel Gelaneau, who was born on 10-7-1928, married Howard Francoeur, and resided in FL at her death on 7-27-1986, (see the entry for Emma Francoeur), and Leo Gelineau, who lived in Chittenango.  

Julius W. Gilcher lived at 417 East Genesee St. by 1942, having lived earlier at 201 Clifton Place in Syracuse.  Mr. Gilcher was born on 10-15-1877, and operated Gilcher's Foodland--a meat and grocery market.  He was married to Harriett M. Gilcher.  She was born about 1888, and the couple wed about 1908.  The couple lived at 252 Ross Park in Syracuse by 1945.  Mr. Gilcher died in August, 1962.  They had:  Erna Mae Gilcher, who was born 9-10-1913, earned a scholarship to study at the Eastman School of Music, sang soprano with the Syracuse Opera, was the choir director and a teacher at Green Mountain Junior College, in Poultney, VT, wed Roger Arnold MacArthur on 9-12-1945,  moved to Boynton Beach, FL, in the mid 1970's, and died there on 10-18-1999.

Frederick F. Giles lived at 313 Chapel St. by 1942, having lived earlier in Waterloo, NY, and on Redfield Ave.  Mr. Giles was a widower, having been married to Jennie M. Giles.  He was a factory worker, and died  in March, 1944, at the age of 93.  They had:  Clara E. Giles, who was born about 1881, taught 19 years at Fayetteville High School, and died on 3-19-1936, and Anna F. Giles, who was born about 1892, was a native of Waterloo, moved to Fayetteville about 1930, was a cashier for the Grayhound Lines, Inc., and died on 2-23-1975.   

Jane "Jennie" Parker Gladden lived at 205 Chapel St. by 1942.  She was the widow of Ernest O. Gladden.  Mr. Gladden was born about 1880, and died on 4-25-1939.  Mrs. Gladden was born in Corning, OH, about 1884, and moved to Manlius as a youngster.  The couple wed about 1902, and moved to Fayettville in 1932.  Mr. Gladden was a barber.  After his death, Mrs. Gladden lived with relatives in OH and FL.  She died on 3-7-1946.  They had:  Genevieve Gladden, who was born about 1905, wed Herman B. Schumacher, and resided in Cleveland, OH, and Parker Gladden, who lived in Fayetteville, (see his entry below).

Parker E. "Doc" Gladden and Marie Hamilton Gladden lived at 205 Chapel St. by 1942.  Mr. Gladden was born on 4-2- 1903, in Corning, OH, and graduated from the Youngstown Conservatory of Music.  He worked as a barber at his own shop in Fayetteville for about 30 years.  Mr. Gladden was also a professional musician.  He served as choir director at the Fayetteville Methodist Church, played trombone, and composed many musical pieces, including the "Col. Tichenor March," in 1927.  Mrs. Gladden was a native of Valois, NY.  She graduated from nursing school at  Crouse-Irving in 1932, and was a registered nurse.  Mr. Gladden died on  5-25-1961, at home.  Mrs. Gladden died on 8-3-1971. They had: Nancy Gladden, who was born 11-6-1939, graduated from Alfred State College, wed James M.  Dopp, was the director of the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation, and lived in Richmond, VA, at her death on 2-23-1998, and Sally Gladden, who married Joseph Luczyski on 2-25-1966, graduated from SUNY at Geneseo, served in the Peace Corps, became a speech and drama teacher, and lived in Albany, GA.

Michael J. Gleason and Sadie Meagher Gleason lived on N. Manlius St. by 1920, and later lived at 215 S. Manlius St.  Mr. Gleason was born about 1887, and was the telegrapher and station agent for the Chenango branch of the NYC railroad.  Mrs. Gleason, a native of Cazenovia, was born on 1-6-1888, and the couple married about 1913. She was a graduate of Syracuse's Central City Business Institute, and retired in 1954 as agent and station master in the Fayetteville office of the NYC Railroad.  Mr.  Gleason died on 5-30-1954, and Mrs. Gleason died on 12-1-1987, at 99.

William Carl Goebell and Grace Eastman Goebell lived at 205 East Genesee St. by 1927, and at 503 Spring St. by 1930. The family then lived in Syracuse, but returned to Fayetteville by January, 1942, and lived with Mrs. Goebell's uncle, William Navin, at 205 Highbridge St.  They resided at 203 Chapel St. by 1960.  Mr. Goebell, a native of NYC, was born 7-18-1896, and served in WWI.  He worked as a buyer for the Holcomb Steel Co., the manager of the Madison-Warren parking garage in Syracuse, and as an accountant for the D. W. Winkelman Construction Co.  Mrs. Goebell was born on 3-18-1903, and the couple married in Utica, NY, on 8-18-1923.  Mr. Goebell died on 7-16-1980, and Mrs. Goebell died on 7-13-1986.  They had:  William Goebell, Jr., who was born on 3-10-1926, served in WWII, moved to CA in 1961, was the president of a motor home company, and resided in Costa Mesa, at his death on 9-5-2001, Betty Goebell Marquisee, who was born in 1928, and lives in Fayetteville, and Barbara Goebell Arseneau, who lives in Liverpool.  In various records, the surname for this family is also rendered as "Goebel."  (See the listing for William J. Navin.)

Aleta Harcourt Goodfellow lived at 214 South Burdick St. by 1927.   Mrs. Goodfellow was born about 1878, and was the widow of Jasper J. Goodfellow.  The couple married on 4-17-1894, and Mr. Goodfellow died on 10-22-1912.  Mrs. Goodfellow died on 9-30-1951.    

Barbara Marte Goodfellow lived at 109 Center St. by 1927.  Mrs. Goodfellow was the widow of James C. Goodfellow.  Mr. Goodfellow was born about 1855, and died on 9-14-1932.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born in France about 1857, and came to the USA in 1880.  The couple wed about 1890.  Mrs. Goodfellow died on 1-23-1945.  They had:  Harry James Goodfellow, who was born on 12-6-1890, married Alma Hartley about 1945, served in WWI, was an inspector for Precision Castings Co. and later for the General Electric Co., lived at 150 N. Burdick St., and died on 8-2-1979, and Eleanor B. Goodfellow, who was born about 1896, taught at Lincoln School in Syracuse, and died 11-13-1947.  

Charles Adams Goodfellow lived at 105 Mechanic St.  by 1927.  Mr. Goodfellow was born about 1891, and was a veteran of WWI.  He was a carpentry and masonary contractor.  Mr. Goodfellow was married to Bessie Peck Goodfellow, who died on 11-8-1929, leaving three small girls.  His mother, Lena Goodfellow, who was the widow of Tallahassee Goodfellow, lived with him and cared for the children.   Mr. Goodfellow later married Irene Gillmeister, a registered nurse.  He died on 12-14-1969.  He and Bessie Goodfellow had:  Ann Goodfellow, who was born about 1924, Lillian Goodfellow, who was born in 1925, and Frances Goodfellow, who was born in 1927, and worked in the payroll department of the Precision Castings Co.

Floyd C. "Ted" Goodfellow and Mary Donegan Goodfellow lived at 407 Spring St. by 1927.  Mr. Goodfellow was a foreman at the Precision Castings Co. for 45 years.  He was born on 8-8-1894.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born on 1-17-1893, and the couple arried on 11-14-1914.  Mrs. Goodfellow was a shipping clerk at the Precision firm.  Mr. Goodfellow died on 12-5-1972, and Mrs. Goodfellow died on 1-27-1976.  They had:  John Colton Goodfellow, who was born about 1918, was a much decorated B-17 pilot in the AAC during WWII, married Marie Elizabeth Ruder on 9-19-1944, owned and operated 90 Acres restaurant, resided at 112 E. Genesee St., and died on 1-14-1966, and Doris H. Goodfellow, who was born on 8-18-1915, married Merton Phillips, was a secretary for Thermold Corp. in Manlius, and died 8-26-2001.  (See the entry for Merton Phillips.)

Frederick W. Goodfellow and Ethelyn Barber Goodfellow lived at 119 S. Mill St. by 1927, 209 S. Burdick St. by 1942, and at 128 N. Burdick St. by 1960.  Mr. Goodfellow was born on 4-22-1893, and spent 50 years as a foreman for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born about 1898, and the couple wed in 1917.  She died on 5-4-1969, and Mr. Goodfellow died on 6--9-1979.  They had:  Gertrude Goodfellow, who was born on 12-30-1918, wed Albert Todeschini, lived at 102 Warner Rd. at her death on 6-14-1991, and Frederick H. "Freddie" Goodfellow, who was born about 1927, married Joan Rahrle about 1950, served in the US Navy during WWII, was a toolmaker for the Onondaga Tool Corp. for 30 years, and lived at 7626 Highbridge Road, when he died on 4-23-2001.

George William Goodfellow and Dorothy Katherine Dodge Goodfellow lived at 509 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Goodfellow was born about 1913, and, like his wife, grew up in the North Syracuse area.  He worked at the Crucible Steel Co.   Mrs. Goodfellow was born about 1916, and the couple married on 8-12-1934.  She operated a corset shop at home.  Their children:  John "Jack" Goodfellow, and Barbara Goodfellow.

Marie J. Goodfellow lived at 306 Walnut St. by 1927, and at 108 Warren St. by 1960.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born in St. Louis on 10-6-1894, and came to Fayetteville about 1910.  She was the widow of Carl J. Goodfellow, whom she wed about 1913.  He probably died on 7-11-1939, at 45, and had worked as a foreman at the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mrs. Goodfellow died on 12-19-1980.  Their children:  Francis Goodfellow, who was born about 1915, George E. "Goody" Goodfellow, who was born on 12-13-1920, served in the USMC during WWII, was hospitalized three months for wounds received at Guadalcanal, wed Sue Hoag, was a toolmaker at the Precision Castings Co. for 42 years, and lived at 7602 Highbridge Road at his death on 9-13-1994, Louise Goodfellow Hicks, who was born about 1917, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 6-22-1981, (see her listing), and Mary Alice Goodfellow, who was born about 1924, married Robert T. Kiggins on Thanksgiving Day, 1944, was a life resident of the Fayetteville area and died there 10-22-2009.

William H. Goodfellow and Carrie Northrup Goodfellow lived at 105 North Mill St. by 1930, and at 108 Mechanic St. by 1942.  Mr. Goodfellow was born about 1889, and was a carpentry contractor.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born in 1896, and the couple married about 1918.  She was a native of Syracuse, and came to the Fayetteville area about 1913.  Mrs. Goodfellow died 6-30-1973, and Mr. Goodfellow died on 1-25-1981, at age 91.  They had:  William "Billy" Goodfellow, who was born about 1924, was a much decorated veteran of WWII, married Pauline Rushlow, was a carpenter and later a mail carrier, and resided at 100 Warner Ave., Robert C. "Goody" Goodfellow, who was born on 6-11-1929, was a Navy Seabee veteran of the Korean conflict, wed Virginia Snook and after her death, Carol Garzone Russell about 1975, lived in East Syracuse for 51 years befire his death on 4-11-2003, Janet Goodfellow, who was born on 3-26-1919, married John Earl Adams, and lived in East Syracuse at her death on 12-19-2006, Betty Goodfellow Meyer, who was born about 1920, and resided in Boynton Beach, FL, Dorothy Goodfellow Hopstein, who was born about 1922, and lived in LaHabra, CA, and Jerry E. Goodfellow, who wed Joan Marie Toth on 11-10-1962, and worked at the post office.  Mr. Goodfellow and his children were members of a family that settled in the Fayetteville area before 1820.  

Albert Frederick Goodmore and Edna Bushnell Goodmore lived at 209 Orchard St. by 1927, and later lived at 210 Walnut St.  Mr. Goodmore was born in 1888, and was a native of Brooklyn.  He came to Fayetteville about 1907, and worked as an inspector at the Precision Castings Co.  The couple wed 10-25-1911.  Mr. Goodmore died on 4-3-1953.  Mrs. Goodmore was born in 1890, and died on 8-17-1966, in Troy, NY.  They had:  Irene Edna Goodmore, who was born about 1912, married Raeburn J. Myers, and lived in Troy.

Foster E. Goodrich and Dorothy A. Goodrich lived at 301 Salt Spring St. by 1942, and moved to Tulsa, OK, by 1948, and to Westfield, MA, by 1950.  Mr. Goodrich served in the USN during WWII, and was regional manager for the Stanley Home Products Co.  They had:  a daughter, another child, and Alan Goodrich, who was born in December, 1942.

Albert Gordon and Dorothea Edythe Rosenthal Gordon lived on the Fayetteville Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Gordon was born about 1908, and was a native of Rochester.  He was the president of the Penfield Manufacturing Co.--a bedding firm.  Mr. Gordon was very active in local civic and political affairs, serving as chairman of the Onondaga County Republican party, and as president of the Crouse-Irving Hospital.  He was also the justice of the peace for the Town of Manlius.  The family moved to 105 Penwood, and resided there at Mr. Gordon's death on 2-19-1967.  Mrs. Gordon was born on 6-2-1918, in Pittsburgh, PA, and grew up in Dayton, OH.  In 1940, she earned a degree in journalism from Northwestern University and the couple wed a few months later.  Mrs. Gordon was a 40-year volunteer at the local library, an award winning artist, and was active in the Temple Society of Concord.   She resided at 106 Fayette Circle, at her death on 7-2-1992.  They had:  Margery Gordon, who was born in September, 1941, attended the University of Michigan, wed Charles S. Burstein, was education director of the Epstein School of Jewish Studies, and lived at 100 Old Farm Rd., and Charles L. Gordon, who was born in March, 1944, served in Vietnam, became president of the Penfield Co., and lived in Cazenovia.

Robert Keith Goshorn lived at 400 Warren St. by 1942.  Mr. Goshorn was born in Waterloo, PA, on 3-28-1912, and was a press operator at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Goshorn was burned about the face on 10-18-1940, in a fatal fire and explosion that occurred while he was working the night shift at Precision.  He wed Fumie Fukano, and died 10-16-1979, while residing in Los Angeles.  It is believed that they had two sons.  (See the entry below.)

Merle Brule Goshorn and Eleanor Goshorn lived at 108 Salt Spring St.  by 1942.  Mr. Goshorn was born 10-21-1880, in IN, and lived in Fayetteville by 1929.  He was a tool clerk at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Goshorn was married about 1902, to Lula May Cramer Goshorn, and they lived in PA until moving to NY about 1914.  Lula Goshorn was born on 8-27-1880, in Braddock, PA.  She died on 7-6-1971, at age 90, while residing in Riverside, CA.  Mr. Goshorn lived in Keansburg, NJ, at his death on 5-5-1947.  It is not known if Merle and Lula Goshorn divorced, or if the reference to an Eleanor Goshorn in the 1942 directory, as the wife of Merle Goshorn, is an error.  M. B. and Lula Goshorn had:  Verna Margaret Goshorn, who was born on 1-1-1904, Samuel H. Goshorn, who was born about 1905, Bruce J. Goshorn, who was born about 1906, Charles Ira Goshorn, who was born on 7-25-1908, and lived in PA, Virginia Mae Goshorn, who was born about 1910,  Robert K. Goshorn, who was born about 1912, (see the listing above), and Winifred H. Goshorn, who was born in NY on 11-8-1914, married Mitchell Betters about 1935, lived in Hartford, CT, and, at her death on 9-26-1992, in Mabank, TX.

Edwin D. Gough and Eloise White Gough lived at 227 Ledyard Ave. by 1941.  Mr. Gough was born on 5-2-1908, and was in the USN during WWII.  He worked as a note teller at the Merchants Bank, and, later, as office manager for the Brace-Mueller-Huntley Corp.  Mrs. Gough, a native Syracusan, died on 2-3-1967.  Mr. Gough moved to FL in 1975, and died on 3-23-1986, in New Port Richey.  They had:  Charles William Gough, who married Cynthia Meril White on 3-26-1966, graduated two months later from Syracuse University, was in management with Sears for many years, and lives now in Somerset, PA, and Patricia Gough, who wed John J. Linehan, Jr., earned a master's in education from Syracuse in 1988, works as a special education teacher for the Syracuse school district, and lives in Camillus, NY.

Theodore Pennock Gould and Rachel Myerle Gould lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd., following their marriage in Bedford, NY, on 9-23-1933.  The couple moved to Pelham Manor, NY, by 1943, and to Roslyn, NY, by 1949.  Mr. Gould was born in Seneca Falls, NY, about 1901, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1923.  He was a travel agent with the Flick-Gould firm, until about 1941, when he joined American Airlines and eventually rose to become a vice president of the company.  Mr. Gould died in Port Washington, NY, on 10-3-1962.  By 1942, a live-in nurse, Margaret Wood, lived with the family.  They had:  Peter Gould, who was a Merchant Marine officer, Lynn Gould, a 1962 graduate of Smith College, and Kate Gould.  

Clara Gove lived at 112 Center St. by 1942, at 117 East Genesee St. by 1951, and moved to Chittenango by 1953.  Mrs. Gove was born about 1895, and is thought to have been the widow of Verda T. Gove.  Mr. Gove was born in NH about 1898, and was a salesman.  Mrs. Gove was born about 1895, and operated a tourist home.  She had a daughter from a previous marriage:  Marie H. Rapp, who was born about 1912, moved to NYC about 1943, married Irving Rapp, and was an actress and singer.

Adah Smith Graham lived at 110 Highbridge St. by 1927.  Mrs. Graham was born about 1857.  She was the widow of Carl J. Graham, who was a wagonmaker.   Mr. Graham was born about 1856, and died on 5-16-1936.  Mrs. Graham died in May, 1942.

Jacob Edward Gramlich and Isabel Augusta "Belle" Kowald Gramlich lived at 500 Highbridge St. by 1920, having lived earlier on Maryland Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Gramlich was born about 1878, and graduated from Syracuse University.  He was a mechanical engineer for the Asphalt Products Corp. in Syracuse, and retired from the U. S. Hoffman Co. in 1953.  Mrs. Gramlich was a native of Buffalo, and a graduate of Buffalo State Teachers College.  In 1940, the couple donated five acres of land near their home for a bird sanctuary in memory of their son, Frederick.  Mr. Gramlich died on 8-27-1959.  Mrs. Gramlich lived in St. Albans, VT, with her daughter's family, for about three years at her death, at age 90, on 11-10-1970.  They had:  Harriet "Happy" Gramlich, who was born on 9-4-1906, graduated from Syracuse University in 1928 with a degree in fine arts, married George Charles Dworshak on 11-16-1929, worked as a photo journalist, retired to Sun City, AZ, in 1982, and died on 5-3-2004, at age 97, Frederick Gramlich, who was born about 1911, graduated from the US Naval Academy, died on 6-3-1933, while serving in the USN, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, and Jacob Edward "Red" Gramlich, Jr., who was born about 1913, graduated from Syracuse University where he was captain of the crew squad, wed Harriet W. Gramlich about 1937, was an engineer for the Eastman Kodak Co., and the US AID director in Khartoum, Sudan, for 2 years, was very active in many charitable causes, and lived in Pittsford, NY, at his death on 11-17-2007, at age 94.

Allen B. Gray and Harriett Mary "May" Pratt Gray lived at 220 Highbridge St. by 1927.  Mr. Gray was born on 7-14-1884.  He worked for Precision Castings Co. for more than 25 years, and later was with the Central NY Power Co.  Mr. Gray died on 6-10-1957.  Mrs. Gray was born about 1886, and the couple wed about 1906.  She died 1-17-1955.  They had:  Donald F. Gray, and Merle Gray, (see their entries).

Donald F. Gray and Jane Raynor Gray lived at 336 Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Gray was born about 1915, and for 20 years was the proprietor of the Shell service station on W. Genesee St. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Gray was an officer in the village fire department, and was elected to the Village board of trustees when he was about 30, and served until his death on 12-15-1960, at age 45.  Mrs. Gray taught school in East Syracuse.  They had:  Kenneth Gray.

Merle Pratt Gray and Ida Vader Gray lived at 122 E. Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Gray was born about 1908, and was a native of Arcade, NY.  He graduated from Syracuse University, and was a salesman for the B. H. Spinney Co. and later was with the Westinghouse Corp.  Mrs. Gray was born on 9-11-1909, in Phoenix, NY, and the couple wed about 1927.  She worked during and after World War II for the Precision Castings Co. as an inspector.  The family was residing in Fairmount when Mr. Gray died on 5-3-1950.  Mrs. Gray then wed Arnold Dammers, from Solingen, Germany.  They moved from CNY to Port Charlotte, FL, in 1987, and were married 48 years years before his death about 2000.  In 2002, Mrs. Gray-Dammers moved to Hollywood, FL, where she resided at her death on 9-21-2005, at age 96.  Mr. and Mrs. Gray had:  Merle P. Gray, III, who lives in Cape Coral, FL, and Beth Ellen Gray Gentgen, who lives in Tamaqua, PA.

Palmer William Hugh Gregg lived at 202 West Genesee St. by 1927.  Mr. Gregg was born on 3-24-1875.  He was the superintendent of public works for the Village, and later was a night watchman at the Gridley Building in Syracuse.  Mr. Gregg was a widower, having been married to Ida May Wilson Gregg.  Mrs. Gregg was born on 7-19-1877, and the couple wed on 2-12-1907.  Mrs. Gregg died on 2-22-1941, and Mr. Gregg died on 6-26-1956.  Mr. Gregg's sister, Miss Sarah A. Gregg, lived with the family by 1942.  She moved to live with a sister in DeWitt following Mr. Gregg's death, and died on 1-5-1957.  They had:  George Ernest Gregg, who was born 6-21-1918, wed Joyce Helen Matteson, was a POW in Germany during WWII, lived in Herkimer, NY, and died on 5-27-2003, Palmer Wilson Gregg, Jr., who was born on 8-7-1912, was MVP on the football team and president of the senior class at Clarkson College in 1936, served with the USN in the PTO during WWII, was general manager of the Gaffey Appliance Co., lived in Illion, NY, and died in FL in May, 1980, and Marshall Gregg, who was probably born on 2-12-1911, lived in Albany, and died in October, 1984. 

Clara Hale Gregory lived at West Genesee Turnpike by about 1923, having lived previously on East Genesee St. in Syracuse.  Dr. Gregory was born on 11-17-1890, and married George Groot Gregory about 1915.  Mr. Gregory was born about 1883, and was a produce merchant.  He died of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning on 11-21-1928.  Dr. Gregory went to  Elmira College and then earned her MD from the Syracuse University School of Medicine. She was one of the first females to receive a medical degree, completing her studies in 1912, when she was only 21.  She was an assistant police surgeon before leaving the profession to raise her children.  About the time of WWII, Dr. Gregory re-entered practice and specialized in the care of tuberculosis patients at the County Sanitorium.  She died 10-2-1983, at the age of 92.  They had:  Anne Hetherington Gregory, who was born in 1917, graduated from Syracuse University in 1939, served overseas with the Red Cross during WWII, married Paul Leslie Bunce in Hawaii on 11-26-1945, and lived in Chapel Hill, NC, Jean Hale Gregory, who was born in 1920, was a secretary at the Singer Sewing Machine office in Eastwood, wed Ralph Munger on 12-1-1945, and died on 11-14-2006, George Gregory, Jr., who was born 8-14-1923, served in the AAF over India during WWII, graduated with a degree in Industrial engineering from Syracuse University in 1951, wed Vivian Gregory in 1958, restored antique cars and planes, owned a filtration equipment business, and lived in Manlius at his death on 9-17-1997, and David H. Gregory, who was born in 1927, served in the USN during WWII, wed Janet Graham on 8-25-1951, and lives in Delmar, NY.

Daniel W. Gridley and Margaret Markle Gridley lived at 3410 Salt Springs St.  by 1942.  Mr. Gridley was born on 5-2-1912, and for many years was a candy, cigar and magazine merchant in the family owned Gridley Building at 101 East Genesee St., in downtown Syracuse.  In the 1960's he operated Gridley's Luncheonette in the Chimes Building.  Mr. Gridley died on 7-16-1992.  Mrs. Gridley was born on 9-9-1913, and the couple married on 7-11-1936.  She died on 8-10-1994.  Their children:  Margaret Ellen "Sue" Gridley, who married Robert Earl Myers on 5-28-1966, and lived in Chittenango, Mary Gridley, who lived in Fayetteville, and Ann Gridley, who wed Mark Scheuer, and lived in Raleigh, NC.

Lillian Gregg Gridley lived on East Genesee Turnpike following her marriage to Oliver Gates Gridley, in 1895.  Mr. Gates was born about 1865, and was a farmer.  He died on 8-18-1923.  Mrs. Gridley taught in local schools and was very active in charitable and civic causes.  She died on 4-29-1948.  They had:  Pauline Gridley, who was born about 1902, was a 1924 graduate of William Smith College, married Seward H. Bucklin, and resided at 216 Wellington Rd. in DeWitt at her death on 8-10-1992, Arline Gridley, who wed Russell Laragh, and lived in Westvale at her death on 7-6-1980, Beatrice Gridley, who was born about 1908, graduated from LaSalle College, Boston, wed Donald Spaulding, and lived in Moravia, NY, at her death on 10-2-1984, Oliver Gates Gridley, (see his entry below), Daniel W. Gridley, (see his entry above), and W. Gregg Gridley, (see his entry below).  The Gridley family owned a large farm three miles east of Fayetteville, as well as an office building--the Gridley Building--in downtown Syracuse.

Oliver Gates Gridley and Harriette Frances Adcook Gridley lived at 8304 East Genesee Turnpike by 1927.   Mr. Gridley was born about 1896, and was a life long resident of Fayetteville.  He was a graduate of the Morrisville Agricultural and Industrial College.  Mr. Gridley worked on the family dairy farm, and was the Town of Manlius justice of the peace and receiver of taxes.  He died on 10-9-1962.  Mrs. Gridley was born on 8-21-1895, in Lyndon, and graduated from Potsdam Normal School.  She taught primary school in Jamesville and elsewhere.  She died on 1-5-1979.  They had:  Oliver G. Gridley, Jr., who was born on 12-11-1924, wed Carol Kerslake about 1949, was a dairy farmer, and died on 7-25-2009, and Dorothy Gridley, who was born on 5-15-1926, wed Walter Edwards Hughes, and lived in Fayetteville at her death on 12-3-2009.

Webster Gregg Gridley and Laura Reese Gridley lived on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Gridley was born about 1899, and  graduated from VMI in 1921.  He was the general agent for the Farmers & Traders Life Insurance Co., and lived in DeWitt at his death on 10-30-1946.  Mrs. Gridley was a native of Rochester, NY, having been born there on 12-25-1900.  Following Mr. Gridley's death, she returned to Rochester, and lived there until 1993 when she moved to Baldwinsville, NY.  She died in a local nursing home on 2-23-1999, at age 98.  They had:  Webster M. Gridley, who was born on 3-3-1925, served in WWII, wed Carol Lewis about 1950, worked for the American Home Foods Co. for 37 years, lived in Liverpool, and died on 10-9-2006, Laura Louise Gridley, who wed George Southerland, and lives in Myrtle Beach, SC, and Helen Gridley, who died in 1982.

Clifford E. Griffin and Clara Paddock Griffin lived at 109-111 Mechanic St. by 1926.  Mr. Griffin was born 2-8-1892.  He was the superintendent of public works for the Village and its fire chief.  Mrs. Griffin was a secretary for the Manlius Publishing Co. for 42 years.  Mr. Griffin served as president of the Holy Name Society at the Immaculate Conception Church.  He died on 1-28-1966, at the start of the historic "Blizard of 1966," and his funeral had to be postponed a day.  Mrs. Griffin, was born on 12-3-1893, and the couple wed in 1913.  She died on 1-28-1975--the ninth anniversary of her husband's death--still residing in her home on Mechanic St.  Their children:  Helen Griffin Wadsworth, who was born on 9-20-1914, graduated from Syracuse University in 1938, wed Leigh A. Wadsworth, was an English teacher at Henninger High School in Syracuse for 30 years, and lived at 300 East Genesee St., at her death on 2-10-1988, and Mary Elizabeth "Betty" Griffin, who wed Robert Forney, worked for the NYS DPW, and lived on Mechanic St. at her death on 5-29-1968. 

Elwood Chester "Chet" Griffin and Dorothy Pelham Post Griffin lived at 207 Elm St. by 1942, then on Ridge Rd. near Cazenoivia by 1948, The family later lived  in Fabius, Manlius, at 8603 Cazenovia Rd. in Oran, and at No. 2  Rd. East before moving to Green Creek, NC, about 1979.  Mr. Griffin was born on 2-15-1912, and was a native of Ravena, NY.  He drove a truck for a year following graduaion from Colgate University, and then joined the faculty in Fayetteville in 1935, signing an annual contract for $1,300.  He was a science teacher and basketball coach at FHS until he became vice-principal at the school in 1937, and later was involved when the Fayetteville-Manlius school district was created in the early 1950's.  Mr. Griffin later served as the director of adult education.  Mrs. Griffin was born in 1914, and grew up in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, where the couple were wed in 1939.  She graduated from the Packard Commercial Institute, and worked as a records supervisor for J. C. Penneys.  Mr. and Mrs. Griffin were active in equine trail riding competition, and he was president of the Empire State Arabiian Association.  Mrs. Griffin's mother, Jessie Adele Post, lived with the family for many years.  Mrs. Post was born on 2-9-1885, and was the widow of William Wallace Post, a railroad clerk.  She died in Green Creek on 7-4-1981, at 96.  Mr. and Mrs. Griffin later moved to a retirement home in Chambersburg, PA, where Mr. Griffin died 5-16-1998.  They had:  Barbara Griffin, who was born about 1939, graduated from SUNY at Oswego, taught school, and resides in Poughkeepsie, NY, Karen Lee Griffin, who was born about 1941, graduated from SUNY-Oswego in 1963, was a teacher, married Louis Root on 8-10-1963, and resides in Caledonia, NY, Jean Griffin, who married Robert J. Deline, and lives in Little Falls, NY, and Pamela Post Griffin, who graduated from Alfred University in 1968, and is a cancer researcher at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. 

Thomas J. Griffin and Annie O'Brien Griffin lived at 125 Feeder St. by 1927.  Mr. Griffin was born in  1874, and was a carpenter.   He lived his entire life in Fayetteville and died on 7-13-1945, in the same house in which he was born.     Mrs. Griffin was born in 1875, and died on 5-12-1960.  They had:  Anna M. Griffin, who was a clerk, and wed Ray V. House on 10-10-1945, and Mrs. Howard Becker, who lived in Syracuse.  Anna House, her baby, and Mrs. Griffin, had to be rescued by row boat from the Griffin home on Feeder St. during the record floods that occurred in March, 1950.

Leon H. Griggs and Barbara Price Griggs lived at 5016 Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Dr. Griggs was born on 6-30-1895, in Wolcott, NY, and grew up in Fair Haven.  He graduated from Syracuse University's College of Medicine in 1918, and specialized in diseases of the skin and blood.  He had offices in the State Tower Building, and practiced in Syracuse for more than 40 years.  Mrs. Griggs was born in Shropshire, England, on 7-24-1897, and came to the United States when she was 12.  She earned a master's degree from Syracuse University, where she served as the dean of the College of Home Economics.  Dr. Griggs died on 9-17-1975, and Mrs. Griggs died on 3-16-1991, at age 93.  They had:  Dr. Robert C. Griggs, who attended Harvard, and lived in Shaker Heights, OH, and Dr. K. Joan Griggs, who studied medicine at Syracuse University, married and divorced her classmate, Dr. Frank J. Babbott, Jr., and lived in VT, before moving to Los Angeles.

Howard B. Group and Mary Young Group lived near Mycenea by 1942, and at 122 North Burdick St. by 1951.  Mr. Group was born about 1895.  He was a driver for the Merchants Parcel Service, a patrolman at Green Lakes State Park, and then chief of police for the Village.  Mrs. Group worked in the payroll office at the Precision Castings Co.  She died on 11-2-1959, and Chief Group died on 10-24-1969.  Mr. Group had previously wed and divorced Ellen Group. She was born on 12-4-1897, lived in North Syracuse, and died in November, 1986.  They had:  Howard Group, Jr., who was born about 1917, and lived in North Syracuse, William Group, who was born about 1918, wed June Rose Group, lived in Brewerton, and died in a work site accident on 11-1-1962, and Farrell Group, who was born about 1921, and lived in Woodbury, NJ.  Mr. Group and Mary Group had:  Gayann Mary Group, who was born in 1948, and married John S. Hildreth on 6-27-1970.

Edwin A. Gruppe and Elizabeth Babcock Gruppe lived at 523 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Gruppe was an industrial power engineer for the Niagara Hudson Corp.--retiring after 33 years with the company and its successor, Niagara-Mohawk.  He was born in Rochester on 8-1-1893, and graduated from MIT.  Mr. Gruppe was active in the Fayetteville United Church and was a founder and chairman of the Fayetteville Planning Board.  Mrs. Gruppe was also a native of  Rochester, and graduated from the University of Rochester in 1920.  She was active in numerous charitable causes including service as the president of the Fayetteville PTA.  Mrs. Gruppe died on 11-10-1963, and Mr. Gruppe died on 7-2-1973.  They had:  Edwin Babcock Gruppe, who was born about 1931, graduated from St. Lawrence University, and lives in Cazenovia, Elizabeth A. Gruppe, who was a secretary at Syracuse University, wed Donald Sotanski, and lived in Minneapolis, and Frances Gruppe, who married Daniel Gates, and lived in Chittenango.

Theodore Albert Guendel and Lillian Norris Guendel lived at 215 Salt Springs St. by 1942, having lived earlier with Mrs. Guendel's family at 105 John St.  Mr. Guendel was born in Oswego, NY, on 2-16-1897, and was a die maker for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Guendel, was born on 12-17-1906.  The couple later moved to St. Petersburg, FL, and lived there when Mr. Guendel died in September, 1964, and Mrs. Guendel died on 8-21-1996. 

Warner L. Guild and Alma Jane Metcalf Guild lived at 217 West Genesee St., by 1942, and at 116 East Genesee St. by 1951.  Mr. Guild was the proprietor of an Atlantic service station at the corner of W. Genesee St. and South Burdick St., for 18 years, and later was a custodian at the Masonic Temple.  Mrs. Guild died in February, 1951.  Mr. Guild later wed Grace L. Guild, and lived at 608 Walnut St. at his death on 3-6-1960.  W. L. and Alma Guild had:  Harold W. Guild, who was born on Christmas Day, 1909, lived in Fayetteville, was a sexton at the DeWitt Community Church for over 25 years, and died on 7-1-1987, and Margaret Lonara Guild Young, who was born 10-26-1913, in Nedrow, lived in Syracuse, was a sales clerk for Woolworth's department store, and died on 6-29-2002.

William Henry Guild and Lucy Albanese Guild lived at 100 Beech St. by 1942.  Mr. Guild was born on 4-30-1911, and was an inspector for the Precision Castings Co., serving the firm for 46 years.  Mrs. Guild was born on 12-7-1916, and was a native of Syracuse.  She moved to Fayetteville about the time of the couple's wedding on 6-29-1935.  Mrs. Guild worked in the cafeteria at the Wellwood Middle School.  At her death on 1-23-1979, she was survived by 12 siblings, including Arkie Albanese, who served as the mayor of Manlius.  Mr. Guild died 2-17-1982.  They had:  William Guild, Jr., who was born about 1938,and lived in Syracuse, Donald J. Guild, who lived in Seattle, Robert A. Guild, who lived in Manlius, before his death on 7-8-2009, and Nancy Guild Willett, who lived in Fayetteville.

Charles A. Haag and Florence Besanson Haag lived at 513 Orchard St. by 1942.  Mr. Haag was born on 12-31-1905.  He was with the Precision Castings Co. for 44 years, retiring as vice president and general manager.  He died on 11-17-1972.  They had:  Charles J. Haag, who was born on 1-24-1931, lived in Memphis, NY, and died on 1-29-2008, and Eileen Haag, who wed Daniel Foringer, and lived in Bridgeport, NY.

DeForest A. Hackbarth and Leona Beebe Hackbarth lived at 306 South St. by 1927.  Mr. Hackbarth was a painting and decorating contractor, and also operated a concession stand at Suburban Park in Manius during the summer.  He was born on 8-9-1892, and died on 5-27-1963.  Mrs. Hackbarth was born about 1883, and the couple wed about 1916.  She died on 6-6-1958.  They had:  Carlyle W. "Carl" Hackbarth, who was born about 1920, attended Cazenovia Seminary, served in Australia during WWII, wed Charleen Hathaway, was an accountant for the L. C. Smith Co., and lives in Camillus.  The area near the Hackbarth home on South St. was often called "Lowville" or "Loweville," by local residents due to it being at a lower elevation than most of the Village.

Frank E. Hale and Ethel Hadden Hale lived at 312 South St. by 1927.  Mr. Hale was born about 1897, and was a laborer at the Stickley furniture plant.  Mrs. Hale, a native of Savannah, NY, was born about 1896, and the couple wed about 1918.  She died on 9-19-1970.  Mr. Hale died on 6-28-1980.  They had:  Edith E. Hale, who was born about 1926, and lived in Chittenango, Robert W. Hale, who did odd jobs, and lived in Rome, NY,  Fred H. Hale, who was born about 1924, was a laborer for the Stickley Co., and died at his parent's home on 1-17-1977, John Hale, who was born about 1932, was a laborer at General Electric, and lives in Roanoke, VA, and Harry E. Hale, who was born about 1922, served in the USMC in WWII, married Marie MacManus on 12-29-1945, worked for the railroad, and lived in the Bronx.

Frank H. Hale lived in "The Maples" on West Genesee Turnpike by 1927.  Mr. Hale was born in December, 1860, in Oran, NY, but lived most of his life in Fayetteville.  He was an insurance agent for more than 50 years, including 36 years with the Travelers Insurance Co.  Mr. Hale was a trustee of the Village library as well as the local cemetery association.  He married Amanda Reyolds in 1888.  Mrs. Hale  was born in Syracuse in1864, and was prominent in numerous civic and charitable organizations.  She died in July, 1919, and Mr. Hale died on 5-25-1942.  They had:  Marie Marjorie Hale, who wed Elbrldge Potter Kinne, (see their listing below), Dr. Clara Hale, who married George Gregory, (see their listing above), Lucille A. Hale, who was born in June, 1892, graduated from State Teachers College in Albany, married Robert V. Call, and a Mr. Cunningham, and lived in Batavia, NY, Maj. Frank Lucien Hale, who was born in August, 1895, wed Anita Schenck on 4-9-1921, was awarded the Distinguished Fling Cross by the Prince of Wales for his for his service with the British Royal Flying Corps in WWI, served in the AAC during WWII, was an executive with the Bell Aircraft Corp., and died in Buffalo on 6-7-1944, and Theodore C. Hale, who was a car dealer and a banker, wed Helen Hale, lived in Syracuse, Geneva, and Waterloo, but died in Salina, KS, on 11-25-1994, at 94.

Phoebe E. Hale lived in an apartment at 400 East Genesee St. by 1942, and moved to East Syracuse by 1944.  Miss Hale was born in October, 1890, and grew up on farms in Manlius and Collamer.  She was the daughter of George and Elizabeth Hale.  They were natives of England and came to this country in the 1840's.  Miss Hale was a self-employed hairdresser.  She resided at 107 N. Highland Av. in East Syracuse at her death on 3-23-1950.

Albert F. Hall lived at 702 1/2 Warren St. by 1942, and at 100 North St. by 1948.  Mr. Hall was a pin setter at Landers bowling alley, and then a helper for the McIntyre paper company.  He may have been born about 1924, the son of Albert J. Hall and Georgia Hall, who farmed land about two miles west of Chittenango.

Luella Campbell Hall lived at 205 Elm St. by 1920.  Mrs. Hall was born in February, 1862, and was a native of Taberg, NY.  She married Alfred E. Hall, about 1882, and came to Fayetteville about 1898.  Mr. Hall was a carpenter, who was born in July, 1855, and died on 11-21-1933.  Mr. and Mrs. Hall shared their home with their daughter Pearl Hall, who wed Alfred Coe, (see their listing above).  Mrs. Hall died on 4-16-1942.  

Ray Hall and Doris E. Hall lived at 225 Highbridge St. by 1942, having lived before in Cortland, NY.  Mr. Hall was born in OH, on 11-1-1899.  He worked at the Onondaga Creamery.  Mrs. Hall was born on 5-17-1908, and the couple married about 1929.  While living in Cortland she worked as a machine operator for a company that made corsets.  The family moved to OH, and resided in Ludlow Falls, at Mr. Hall's death on 3-4-1988, and Mrs. Hall's death on 1-1-2001.

Frances Sponable Halton lived at 208 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mrs. Halton was the widow of Noah G. Halton.  Mr. Halton was born in England on 6-13-1889, and came to America as a youngster.  He served as a member of the Army of Occupation in Germany following WWI.  Mr. Halton worked for the post office and was a scoutmaster and otherwise active in community affairs.  He died on 12-29-1937.  Mrs. Halton worked as a hospital technician.  By 1960, she lived with her son, Charles Halton, and his family on Pierson Rd.  Mrs. Halton died on 3-23-1964.  Their children:  Philip Edward Halton, who was born in 1933, graduated from Syracuse University in 1955, married Dale F. Halton, owned a hardware firm, resided in Charlotte, NC, but died in Grand Junction, CO, on 1-22-1994, Charles Thomas Halton, who was born in January, 1935, wed Joanne Mann about 1957, and was a clerk at the Western Electric Co., and Barbara Halton Herbert, who was born in 1925, was a receptionist for the Burns Brothers Co., and later lived in Corona, CA.

Ray Brodie Hammond and Rosamond "Betty" Walters Hammond lived at 417 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Brodie was a native of Chicago, and was born about 1908.  He came to Skaneateles by 1930, and to Fayetteville about 1940.  He was an executive for the B. and S. Transportation Co., the Inland Express Co., and the Western Express Co.  Mr. Hammond's sister, Dorothy H. Hammond, lived with the family.  She was born in Canada about 1895. and worked as a secretary, and later sold lingerie.  Miss Hammond died on 8-13-1945, at a convalescent home in Syracuse.  Mrs. Hammond was born about 1915, and graduated from the Powelson Business Institute.  She was a secretary at the Carrier Corp.  Mr. Hammond died 9-23-1957.  Mrs. Hammond later wed R. Thomas Nixon, and died on 3-23-1976.  Mr. and Mrs. Hammond had:  R. Barry Hammond, who graduated from Carnegie College and Metropolitan State College, wed Kim E. Linderman on 5-30-1981, and lived in Denver, and Robert Brian Hammond, who attended Union College.

John M. Hanbidge and Elizabeth Westbrook Hanbidge lived at 110 N. Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Hanbidge was born on 3-5-1889.  He was a fire inspector and an agent for the Travelers Insurance Co.  The family lived in Ogdensburg, NY, before moving to Fayetteville about 1932.  Mr. Hanbidge died on 4-30-1970.  Mrs. Hanbidge was born on 5-25-1893, and was a graduate of Dana Hall Finishing School in Boston.  She resided in Chittenango before her death on 11-20-1984, at 91. They had:  William Hanbidge, who was 18, and had just acquired his pilot's license, when he crashed and died on 3-8-1945, while landing near Point Pleasant, WV, and Elizabeth Hanbidge, who attended William Smith College, married Daniel G. Frey, worked as a teacher and owned and operated the Vibrocass Vault Co., resided at Woodcrest Farms in Chittenango, and died on 12-9-1979.

James H. Hanchett and Gertrude Aby Hanchett lived at 414 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier in Minneapolis, and at 2712 E. Fayette St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Hanchett was born 9-29-1890, in Sioux City, IA, and worked as a sales rep for the Trane Co.  Mrs. Hanchett was born in IA on 7-24-1891, and the couple wed about 1919.  Mrs. Hanchett's mother, Alice C. Aby, lived with the couple.  Mrs. Aby was born in IL in May, 1863, and was the widow of William S. Aby, whom she wed about 1882.  Mr. and Mrs. Aby lived on farms in KS, IA, OR, and CA, and had at least nine children.  Mrs. Aby died in Ithaca, NY, on 1-12-1949.  The couple divorced about 1948, and Mr. Hanchett married Carolyn R. Hanchett.  They were living at 113 Fordham Rd. in Syracuse at his death on 10-19-1970.  Mrs. Hanchett died in Holyoke, MA, in December, 1984.  James and Gertrude Hanchett had two daughters:  Virginia Hanchett, who was born in Minneapolis on 7-4-1920, wed Forrest Bumford, lived in Epsom, NH, and Barbara Churchill Hanchett, who was born in MN on 2-11-1927, graduated from the Eastman School of Music, married John Harrison Conant, Jr., on 4-8-1950, was a music teacher and church music director, received a doctorate in music from the University of Massachusetts in 1988, and died on 3-18-2002.

Albert Hand and Margaret Tighe Hand lived at 321 Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Hand was born about 1903, in DeWitt, (then known as Orville), and moved to Fayetteville about 1935.  He was a mechanic for the Precision Castings Co., and later was a machinist for General Electric.  Mr. Hand was also the president of Local 491 of the UAW.  He died on 10-30-1985.  Mrs. Hand was born about 1911, and was a native of Pompey.  She died on 2-22-1988.  They had:  Nancy Hand Richard, who lived in Allegany, NY, and Albert Hand, Jr., who wed Linda Marie Scott on 7-20-1968, worked at a quarry on Nottingham Rd. in Jamesville, and died in an auto accident on 11-16-1974.

George Hand and Edna Scammell Hand lived at 113 N. Mill St. by 1927, and at 424 N. Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Hand was born on 7-25-1893, and was a native of DeWitt.  He came to Fayetteville about 1915 and worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Hand was the night foreman, and had been with the company for 46 years, at his death on 10-10-1956.  Mrs. Hand was born about 1898, and was a native of Crescent, IL.  She came to Fayetteville about 1912, and the couple wed about 1915.  Mrs. Hand died on 1-5-1966.  They had:  Virginia Hand, who was born about 1916, married Ernest Clark, and lived in Fayetteville, Gloria Joan Hand, who was born about 1929, wed Robert A. Webb, and lives in Central Square, NY, and James Hand, who lived in Tully, NY.

Joseph Clifford "Cliff" Hand and Frances Ruth Revoir Hand lived at 104 Salt Springs St. by 1942, and at 202 Highbridge St. by 1960.  Mr. Hand was born about 1915, and served with the airborne infantry in the ETO during WWII. He worked at the Crucible Steel Co., and later spent more than 30 years as a machine operator for Crouse-Hinds.  Mr. Hand died on 10-3-1954, from injuries he suffered in an automobile accident in East Syracuse.  Mrs. Hand was born on 5-8-1921, in Central Square, NY, and worked for the Syracuse Plastics Co.  She died in Sacramento on 5-18-2006.  They had:  Donald Clifford Hand, who was born in March 1944, worked as a contractor, married Brenda Joy Thayer on 2-24-1984, and lives in Sacramento, CA, his twin, Donna Lee Hand Olney, who lives in Syracuse, and Suzanne Hand Cresci, who lives in Sacramento.  While on furlough on the French Riviera during WWII, Mr. Hand went to a USO, and by pure coincidence, met his brother, Sgt. James H. Hand, who had been furloughed to the same site.  Neither brother knew that the other was in the area, as Joseph Hand was stationed in France, and James Hand was serving in Germany.  The brothers had not seen each other in about five years.  Both were sons of Joseph and Mabel Willett Hand, (see his entry below), and grew up in the Fayetteville area.

Joseph Hand lived at 110 Green St. by 1927.  Mr. Hand was born in DeWitt, (then known as Orville), on 3-10-1891.  He was a toolmaker for the Precision Castings Co., and several other companies.  He married  Mabel Ella Willett.  Mrs. Hand was born in 1895, and was a choir soloist at the Church of the Immaculate Conception.  She died suddenly on 8-18-1940, while working at Green Lake State Park.  Mr. Hand later married Marion Hurteau.  He died on 10-2-1976.  Joseph and Mabel Hand had:  Joseph Clifford Hand, (see his entry above), James Harmon Hand, who served in WWII, wed Peggy Dwyer of Ellendale, MN, and worked in MN as a linotype operator before moving to CA, Janet Carolyn Hand Hinkson, who lived in Bridgeport, NY, and Lois Jane Hand Hewitson, who was born in July, 1923, and lived in Fremont, NY.

Eleanor E. Hanlon lived at 229 Salt Springs St. by 1942.  Dr. Hanlon was born in East Orange, NJ, on 11-8-1914, and was a graduate of Syracuse University and the University of Massachusetts.  She worked in Washington, DC, as a geographer, and taught geography at Syracuse University and other colleges.  From about 1970 to 1987, Dr. Hanlon worked at the Economy Bookstore in Syracuse.  She  lived in Fayetteville for 30 years before moving to Syracuse about 1972.  Dr. Hanlon died at the Van Duyn Home and Hospital in Syracuse on 6-26-1997.  Part of the time she resided in Fayetteville, Miss Hanlon lived with her brother, Francis Hanlon, and his family.  (See their listing below).

Francis B. Hanlon and Helen McIntyre Hanlon lived at 229 Salt Springs St. by 1942, and at 402 Walnut St. by 1948.  Mr. Hanlon was born in NJ on 3-8-1917, and served during WWII.  He was a salesman for Michigan Millers Insurance Co., and the General Electric Co., and was the assistant manager of Burhans & Black.  Mr. Hanlon moved to FL in 1968, and worked as a greenskeeper at a country club.  Mrs. Hanlon was born about 1915, and was a clerk at Community General hospital in Syracuse.  She was living in Van Buren when she died on 1-7-1972, and Mr. Hanlon died in Miami on 10-15-1991.  They had:  Alice Hanlon, who wed Salvatore Pullano, and lived in Montgomery, NY, Catherine Hanlon, who wed Donald Young, and lived in Baldwinsville, NY, Barbara Hanlon, who married Robert P. Kennedy, and lived in Queensbury, NY, and Mary Hanlon Reschke, who lived in Liverpool, NY.  

Peter H. Hansen and Ruth Ann Williams Hansen lived at 405 Elm St. by 1927.  Mr. Hansen was born in Germany about 1880.  He was a design superintendent at the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mr. Hansen died on 3-23-1947.  Mrs. Hansen was born about 1876, and the couple wed about 1907.  She died in Ann Arbor, MI, on 10-25-1956.  They had:  William H. Hansen, who was born 10-22-1914, lived in Ann Arbor, and died on 12-13-1988. 

Francis O. Harbach and Marguerite Brett Harbach lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, and West Genesee Turnpike by 1951.  Dr. Harbach graduated from Syracuse University's school of medicine in 1927, and was a physician with offices in the Medical Arts Building in Syracuse.  Mrs. Harbach died on 9-25-1954, and Dr. Harbach later wed Jeanne Steele.  At his death on 9-29-1986, he lived in Bunnlevel, NC.  Francis and Marguerite Harbach had:  Dr. Lee Brett Harbach, who was born about 1937, graduated from Amherst College, and was a urologist in Coronado, CA, Francine P. Harbach, who was born on 7-20-1933, graduated from Syracuse University in 1955, was an office worker at Crouse-Hinds, wed Grant S. Newlove, Jr., in June, 1956, and later a Mr. Lausin, and lived in Boulder, CO, at her death on 2-14-2007, and Peggy Ann Harbach.  All three children were outstanding tennis players.

Oren Gaylord Haresign lived on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Haresign was a farmer on the farm of Burt LaMay, and later worked as a teamster and deliveryman.  He was a native of Oswego, and was born on 5-20-1890.  He wed Lucille Haresign about 1915.  She was born about 1895, and was a native of PA.  Mr. Haresign resided in the Oswego area at his death on 3-21-1976.  They had:  Lila Haresign, who was born in 1918, and Helen Haresign Coe, who was born about 1916.

Inez N. Harke lived at 106 South Park by 1942.  Mrs. Harke was born on 4-25-1881, and was the widow of  William Harke.  While in Fayetteville, she was a live-in housekeeper for the W. E. McIntyre family.  (See their listing).  By 1952, Mrs. Harke was residing in Cortland, NY, and she lived in MacDougall, NY, at her death on 3-6-1970.

Frank W. Harris and Bessie Washburn Harris lived at 207 W. Genesee St. by 1910.  Mr. Harris was born in Chittenango about 1871, and came to Fayetteville in 1900.  He worked for the Continental Can Co. and was a member of the Fayetteville volunteer fire department.  Mr. Harris died on 7-10-1943.  Mrs. Harris was born about 1879, and was a lifelong resident of Fayetteville.  She died there on 2-9-1953.

Mary Fields Harris lived at 400 Warren St. by 1927, and at 114 Spring St. by 1948.   Mrs. Harris was the widow of William Harris, a farmer and golf course caretaker, and they lived in DeWitt until about 1920.  Mr. Harris, a native of England, was born about 1864, and came to America about 1889.  Mrs. Harris was born about 1864, and the couple wed about 1894.  Mr. Harris died on 3-10-1938, and Mrs. Harris died on 5-30-1957, at age 93.  They had:  Carol Belle Harris, who was born about 1907, married Harold R. Brewster and lived in Chicago, Julia Geraldine Harris, who was born about 1896, wed Palmer Kornell Johnson, (see their listing below), Edith Louise Harris, who was born about 1905, was a teller at the Merchants Bank, wed Earl Henry Austin, and later Charles Muhlenforth, volunteered over 5,000 hours as a hospital aide, and lived in the Nob Hill Apartments in Syracuse at her death on 7-12-1995, at age 90, and Evans M. "Pete" Harris, who was born about 1898, was a milk man, wed Myrtle Harris, and lived in Nedrow at his death on 4-22-1971.

Clinton H. Hart and Mae Wright Hart lived at 111 North St. by 1927, and later moved to Peth Rd. in Manlius.  Mr. Hart was born 5-21-1894, and was a native of Manlius.  He was a molder and later worked at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Hart also was a groom at local stables.  Mrs. Hart was born in Manlius on 9-9-1898, and the couple wed in 1914.  Mr. Hart died on 1-8-1977.  Mrs. Hart was living on Lyndon Rd. in Lyndon at her death on 12-6-1982.  They had:  Robert H. Hart, who was born about 1915, and died in 1924, Vernon C. Hart, who was born about 1917, and lived in Manlius, married Leona VanAuken, worked 30 years as a locomotive engineer, and died on 4-28-1998,  Luella Hart, who was born about 1919, wed Nicasio Catalano, moved to FL in 1955, and lived in Pompano Beach, at her death on 6-1-2001, Myrtle Hart Wheeler, who was born about 1920, and lived in Fayetteville, John E. Hart, who was born about 1921, wed Barbara Raymond, was an engineer on the NYC railroad, moved to FL in 1983, and lived in Live Oak, at his death on 2-7-1995, Lillian Hart Lough Brown, who was born about 1924, and lived in Chittenango, and William H. Hart, who was born about 1925, and lived in Manlius, and Jeanette Hart Miller, who was born in 1926, and lived in Manlius.

Alma Fullerton Hartley lived at 110 Edward St. by 1942.  Mrs. Hartley was born on 3-11-1890, and was employed by the NY Telephone Co. as the Village's chief telephone operator.  She was married to James F. Hartley about 1921, and they lived at 102 East Genesee St. by 1930.  Mr. Hartley was a native of Watertown, and served in WWI.  He worked as a railroad brakeman and died on 7-22-1937.  Mrs. Hartley married Harry James Goodfellow about 1945.  She died on 8-19-1972, following a car accident in Pompey that also left Mr. Goodfellow critically injured.  He died on 8-2-1979.  The Hartley's had:  James Hartley, Jr., who was born about 1924, wed Shirley Brown, was a pharmacists mate in the USN during WWII, made a career of military service, and lived in Laurel, MD, at his death on 7-9-1966.  (See the listing for Barbara Goodfellow.) 

Frederick Conrad Hatch and Julia Marsh Hatch lived at 207 North Mill St. by 1927, 200 Spring St. in 1938, and 113 South Mill St. by 1948.  Mr. Hatch was a heating and plumbing repairman, then a caretaker.  He was born about 1884, and died in 1952.  Mrs. Hatch was born about 1894, and they wed in Fayetteville on 5-12-1917.  She died 3-16-1981.

Milton E. Havens and Margaret Fulmer Havens lived on W. Genesee Turnpike by 1942, and at 306 Highbridge St. by 1948.  Mr. Havens was born on 12-14-1911.  He was a native of Throop, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1921.  Mr. Havens worked for the Atlantic gas station in DeWitt, was an inspector for the Easy Washer Co., and later was the head custodian at Fayetteville-Manlius High School.  He was a noted square dance caller for many years.  Mrs. Havens was born 11-20-1908, and lived her entire life in Fayetteville.  She was the daughter of Anson and Addie Fulmer who also lived in Fayetteville, (see their listing).  Mrs. Havens worked for the Manlius Publishing Co. and shared her husband's interest in square dancing.  Mr. Havens died on 11-29-1981, and Mrs. Havens died on 1-17-1997.  They had:  Earl M. Havens, who was born about 1941, and lives in Parkersburg, VA.

Harry D. Havill, Sr., and Carmeeta Empie Havill lived at 212 Salt Springs St. by 1942, and 109 John St. by 1948.  Mr. Havill was born about 1907.  He was an inspector and time study engineer at the Precision Castings Co., and retired in 1972, after more than 40 years with the firm.  The couple wed on 7-22-1933, and Mrs. Havill was the deputy town clerk.  Mr. Havill died on 1-11-1996.  They had:  Harry Havill, Jr., who wed June Centner, served in the USN, and lived in Leonardstown, MD, Eugene A. Havill, who lived at 101 Second St., and Ellen Havill Hyla, who lived in Manlius.   

James Blaine Havill and Mary Alice Knapp Havill lived at 210 North Mill St. by 1927, 110 East Genesee St. by 1942, and at 611 Clinton St. by 1960.  Mr. Havill was born in Fulton, NY, on 8-29-1884, and was a machinist and mechanic for the O. M. Edwards Co., retiring after 48 years with the firm.  The couple wed in 1905, and lived at 3012 Midland Ave. in Syracuse, and in Orville, (now DeWitt) before coming to Fayetteville in the mid 1920's.  Mr. Havill died on 9-14-1962.  Mrs. Havill was born about 1887, and was an accomplished pianist.  She lived in Lyndon when she died on 4-3-1971, and had 80 surviving descendants.  The couple had 14 children:  James B. Havill, Jr., who was born on 11-11-1906, wed Margaret Pauline Reynolds on 9-11-1936, was a punch press operator, and lived in Minoa at his death on 2-5-1993, Harry Havill, Sr., (see his listing above), Alice Havill, who was born on 7-5-1909, wed J. William Collins on 5-4-1935, (see their listing), Raymond Havill, who was born about 1910, wed Christine Pieterek, and lived in Bradenton, FL, (see their listing), Gladys Havill, who wed Howard Joslyn, (see their listing), Eleanor Havill Coulter, who was born about 1912, worked as a telephone operator in Fayetteville, and lived in Kirkville, NY,  Jayne Havill, who was born about 1914, married Leo Raimondo, and lived in Manlius, Neil "Mike" Havill, who was born about 1916, wed Lucille Hutchins about 1939, was a square dance caller, and lives in Kirkville, Doris Anne Havill, who was born about 1918, wed Charles E. Hilleges on 5-29-1941, and Donald Witzel on 10-2-1948, and lived in Manlius, (see the Hilleges listing), Betty Ellen Havill, who was born about 1919, married Charles Mallott on 8-16-1941, and lived in Delray Beach, FL before her death on 2-24-2011, Shirley Havill, who was born on 5-14-1922, was a stenographer for Sears, Roebuck & Co., later worked for Midstate Telephone Co., wed Ted Gittleman, lived in Rochester, and died 8-27-2003, Thomas J. Havill, who died on 12-28-1923, at three months of age, Hope E. Havill, who was born about 1925, wed Victor Joncas, lived at 302 Hunt Dr., retired in 1985 as a computer operator for Precision Castings Co., and died on 8-19-2003, and Beatrice I. Havill, who was born about 1926, was a bookkeeper at the Cook Coffee Co., wed William James Crowe about 1947, and died 12-1-2006.

Raymond D. Havill and Christina Pieterek Havill lived at 405 Warren St. by 1942, at 102 South Mill St. by 1948, on Elm St. by 1959, and later moved to Clinton St.  Mr. Havill was born about 1910, and grew up in Lyndon and Fayetteville.  He was the son of James B. Havill, (see his listing above), and served in the US Army during WWII.  Mr. Havill worked for the Precision Castings Co. and later was a bartender at Bahout's Cafe and the Chalet Grill.  Mrs. Havill was born in 1911, and the couple wed on 10-28-1931. She died in 1964.  Mr. Havill moved to  Bradenton, FL, and died on 2-9-1982.  They had: Sandra Jean Havill Eaton, who was born in December, 1948.

William G. Hawkins and Irene G. Hawkins lived at 201 W. Genesee St. by 1927.  Mr. Hawkins was born about 1901.  He was the manager of the local Grand Union grocery store, but moved to Camden, NY, in 1927 to manage the A&P there.  The family lived in Syracuse by 1930, and later returned to Fayetteville, and lived at 218 Thompson St. by 1942. Mr. Hawkins then worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Hawkins was born about 1904.  Like her husband, she was born in Canada.  The couple wed about 1922, and emigrated about 1924.  They had:  William Hawkins, Jr., who was born about 1923, and served in the USN during WWII, and Lois Hawkins, who was born in 1926.

Edward J. Heffron and Margaret O'Brien Heffron lived at 408 S. Manlius St. by 1927, 108 E. Genesee St. by 1942, and at 308 Washington St. by 1960.  Mr. Heffron was born in Ireland about 1884, and came to America about 1913.  He was the sexton at the Immaculate Conception Church in Fayetteville for many years.  Mr. Heffron died on 12-5-1961.  Mrs. Heffron, was also born in Ireland, and the couple wed about 1915.  They came to Fayetteville about 1922.  Mrs. Heffron died on 12-7-1952.  They had:  Catherine M. Heffron, who marrieded Walter Belge, (see their entry), Anne Heffron, who was born about 1916, and a daughter who married Richard Manzi of Syracuse.

Howard V. Hennigar and Sybil Hennigar lived at 510 Warren St. by 1942, and had moved away by 1948.  Mr. Hennigar began as an instructor at the Pebble Hill School in DeWitt in 1941, and is thought to have later become the principal of the Natick, MA, high school.  He was probably born on 12-25-1917, and died on 11-2-1994 in FL.      

Simon J. Hertel and Emily Hobbs Hertel lived at 209 N. Park St. by 1927.  Mr. Hertel was born about 1869, and the couple wed about 1896.  He worked for the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mrs. Hertel was born in England about 1870, and died on 5-1-1942.  Mr. Hertel moved to Rome, NY, in April, 1943, to live with his sister, Margaret Hertel Corr.  He died there on 8-3-1945.  They had:  Inez Emily Hertel, who was born on 6-20-1911, and died on 4-15-1923, of peritonitis.  (This surname is often spelled "Hertle" in various records.)

David D. Hickey and Anna Farrell Hickey lived at 410 E. Genesee St. by 1930.  Mr. Hickey was born in Watervale, NY, about 1875, and was a farmer in Pompey, NY, before moving to Fayetteville about 1924.  Mr. Hickey at one time conducted a coal business in Manlius and was later affiliated with John Mott, his brother-in-law, in the coal and produce business in Fayetteville.  Mr. Hickey died on 11-24-1944.  Mrs. Hickey, a native of Syracuse, was born about 1874, and the couple did not marry until about 1917.  She was residing at 501 E. Genesee St. at her death 5-7-1958.

Louise Goodfellow Hicks lived at 306 Walnut St. by 1942, and at 205 East Genesee St. by 1956.  Mrs. Hicks was born about 1917, and was a life resident of Fayetteville.  She was a cook at Kupperman's Restaurant, and also was a waitress.  Mrs. Hicks died on 6-22-1981.  She had:  Patricia Hicks, who was born about 1938, attended Nazareth College, married L. Anthony Nardella on 8-5-1961, and resided in Manlius, and Mary Alice "Marla" Hicks Quinn, who graduated from St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing in Syracuse, and lived in Jamesville.

Clarence E. Higgins and Helen Louise Fitzpatrick Higgins lived at 118 Elm St. by 1942, and at 507 Clinton St. by 1948.  Mr. Higgins was born in Jamesville on 4-10-1904, and came to Fayetteville about 1927.  He was a foundry worker and machine operator at the Precision Castings Co. for 39 years, retiring in 1959.  Mrs. Higgins was born on 12-23-1902, and the couple wed about 1927.  Mr. Higgins died on 7-13-1982, and Mrs. Higgins died on 8-4-1994.  They had a son, Donaldson C. Higgins, who was born in 1928, and died on 4-17-1935.

Donald D. Hildreth and Ruth Wunder Hildreth lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Hildreth was born on 4-15- 1915, in Manlius.  He was a woodworker and foreman at the Stickley Furniture Co. for 40 years.  Mrs. Hildreth was born in Manlius Center on 9-30-1919, and the couple wed on 4-17-1938.  She also worked at the Stickley Co., and died on 5-4-2002.  Mr. Hildreth died in Minoa on 9-21-2007, at age 92.  Mr. Hildreth was the son of David Hildreth, and the grandson of Truman S. Hildreth, (see their listing below).

Truman S. Hildreth lived on Green Lakes Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Hildreth was born in May, 1862, and was a farmer.  He married Mary Landers about 1884.  Mrs. Hildreth was born in May, 1863, and died on 1-16-1929.  Mr. Hildreth died on 4-25-1947.  They had:  Charles Henry Hildreth, who was born in June, 1885, wed Grace Louise Daggett on 7-29-1908, and following her death on 2-26-1909, at age 23, married Irma B. Hildreth about 1911, was a dairy farmer in Sullivan, and died on 4-17-1949, Truman Hildreth, (see his listing below), David E. Hildreth, who was born on 2-4-1892, married Hazel A. Millis about 1911, was a woodworker at the Stickley Furniture Co. for 30 years, and lived at 7478 James St., at his death on 2-4-1969, Ruth Hildreth, who was born in August, 1896, worked as a housekeeper, and died on 11-27-1943, Hazel May Hildreth, who married Charles F. Williams on 12-6-1945, (see the listing for George E. Williams), and William R. Hildreth, who was born about 1900, and lived in Minoa, and Herbert G. Hildreth, who was born on 12-22-1912, worked at Village Sales, a Chevrolet dealership in Fayetteville, and lived in Chittenango at his death in 9-6-1983.

Truman S. Hildreth, Jr., lived at 606 Walnut St. by 1927.  He was born in October, 1889, and worked at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Hildreth married Daisy May Stokes on 9-27-1911, in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Hildreth was born about 1893, and died on 1-18-1940.  Mr. Hildreth died on 12-4-1942.  They had:  Rose Elizabeth Hildreth, who was born on 5-3-1914, wed Edward Knapp, and died in Warsaw, NY, in March, 1964, Quincy Sylvester Hildreth, who was born on 7-12-1915, and died on 9-10-1915, at seven weeks of age, Catherine May "Katy" Hildreth, who was born on 7-21-1917, wed Henry J. Kessler, worked for the P&C food chain, and lived in North Syracuse at her death on 3-6-2006, Mary R. Hildreth, who was born in 1919, and died on 4-6-1924, Truman George Hildreth, who was born about 1921, served in the AAC during WWII, was a cabinet maker at Stickley's for more than 30 years, wed Harriet Taylor, resided at 503 Cleveland Blvd., and died 4-19-1987, Alice B. Hildreth, who was born on 9-18-1922, wed Edward Knapp, and resided in Varysburg, NY, at her death on 8-1-1984, Albert J. Hildreth, who was born about 1926, married Mary Lou Norris, worked for the McIntyre Paper Co., and lived at the family home on Walnut St., George Hildreth, who served in Korea, wed Fumiko Hyasaka, worked for a car dealer, lived in Liverpool, NY, and died on 3-4-2007, and, possibly, Gerald Hildreth.  Note that Edward Knapp married Rose Hildreth, and following her death, married her sister, Alice Hildreth.

Lurell E. Hill lived at 239 Salt Spring St. by 1942.  Mr. Hill was born about 1863, and worked as a shipping clerk and later as a janitor.  He lived with his younger sister, Charlotte Hill Whiting, in Syracuse and then in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Whiting was the widow of John T. Whiting, a bookkeeper.  (See her listing below.)  Mr. Hill died on 9-26-1943.

Charles H. Hilleges and Doris Anne Havill Hilleges lived at 212 Salt Spring St. by 1942.  Mr. Hilleges died 4-3-1945, at age 27.  Mrs. Hilleges was born on 8-6-1918, and the couple wed on 5-29-1941.  She lived at 110 East Genesee St. by 1948, and worked in the cafeteria at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Hilleges wed Donald W. Witzel on 10-2-1948, and lived in Manlius, where she owned a laundromat.  Mr. Witzel was born in Eastwood on 11-30-1924, and served in WWII.  He worked for the County, and died on 3-6-2003.  Mrs. Witzel died on 8-27-2003.  Mr. and Mrs. Hilleges had:   Lois Ann Hilleges, who was born about 1943, was given the surname of her step-father, Donald Witzel, wed William L. Swain, moved to Canastota, NY, about 1977, cared for children in her home, and died on 4-26-1993.  The Witzels had:  Kathy Witzel Cannavino, who lives in Martinsburg, WV, and Deborah Witzel Demmon, who lives in Manlius.  Mrs. Hilleges-Witzel grew up in Fayetteville and was a member of the large Havill family--see the listing for J. B. Havill. 

Willis Holden Hills and Barbara Hoyt Hills moved from Syracuse to North Mill St. in 1935, to 516 South Manlius St. by 1941, and to Duguid Rd. by 1960.  Mr. Hills was born 11-22-1906.  He was in the insurance business in Syracuse, having founded the Hills, Farnham & Hills Insurance Agency in 1934.  Mrs. Hills was born on 9-12-1908, and was a 1930 graduate of the school of music at Syracuse University.  She was the president of the Huntington Family Center and was active in other civic causes.  Mr. Hills lived in Liverpool at his death on 3-7-1998, at the age of 91, and Mrs. Hills resided in North Syracuse at her death on 1-5-2002.  She was 93.  They had:  Gordon H. Hills, who was born 12-16-1931, attended St. Lawrence University and Edinburgh University, married Patricia McCormick and died on 8-17-2002, while residing in Waimea, HI, Albert Freeman "Bert" Hills, II, who was born 4-6-1939, married Susan M. Curry, graduated from Syracuse University in 1970, operated the family insurance business, and lived in Estero, FL, and Oswego, NY, at his death on 1-25-2004, and Eloise Hoyt Hills, who was born in November, 1935, graduated from Skidmore College in 1957, wed Bouldin G. Burbank, and lives in Marion, MA.

Willis Our Hisey and Margaret McDonald Hisey moved to 207 Franklin St. in 1938.  Mr. Hisey was born in NE on 1-23-1903, and grew up there and in OR.  He was the son of Rev. Albert S. Hisey, a Methodist minister.  Mr. Hisey was an industrial chemist and a professor at the NYS College of Forestry.  Mrs. Hisey was born in OR on 6-29-1903, and the couple wed about 1927.  In March, 1945, Mr. Hisey accepted a position with the federal government to act as an advisor to the pulp and paper industry in South Africa, and the family moved to Johannesburg.  Mr. Hisey died on 5-4-1978, while residing in Portland, OR, and Mrs. Hisey died on 12-18-1991.  They had:  Robert Hisey, who was born about 1931, and Ann Elizabeth Hisey, who was born 8-12-1928, in Rumford, ME, attended Middlebury College, wed Victor Stirling Luke, and resided in CT at her death on 9-20-1990. 

LeBaron L. Hoag and Catherine Griffin Hoag lived at 142 N. Burdick St. by 1942, having lived earlier at 115 McKinley Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Hoag was born in August, 1865, and worked many years as a driver and salesman for the Haberle Brewing Co.  He lived his entire life in CNY, and died on 4-20-1945.  Mrs. Hoag was born in 1864, and the couple wed about 1890.  She died in 1950.  They had:  Clarence T. Hoag, who was born in DeWitt on 7-19-1891, worked as a clerk for an express company, and lived in Syracuse.

Stanley D. Hoag and Jessie Rogers Hoag lived at 110 Center St. by 1942.  Mr. Hoag was born in Bolivar, NY, in April, 1899, and came to Fayetteville about 1928.  He was an inspector and planner at the CNY Power Corp. for 34 years.  Mrs. Hoag was born about 1899 in Liverpool, and the couple wed about 1918.  She was very active in civic affairs, and the OES, prior to her death on 11-8-1943, while undergoing surgery.  Mr. Hoag later wed Bernice L. Huntley, who worked for the Farmers and Traders Life Insurance Co.  Mr. Hoag died on 7-17-1973.  He and Jessie Hoag had:  Stanley Hoag, Jr., who received the Distinguished Flying Cross for participating in over 50 missions in the PTO during WWII, married Regina Oeinck on 9-90-1950, operated a gas station, and lived in Fremont, Roger William "Bill" Hoag, who served in the AAF during WWII, wed Janet Miller, worked as a repairman for the Pitney Bowes Corp., and lived in Leesburg, FL, and Norma Jayne Hoag, who wed Raymond W. Goode about 1945, and lived in Sacramento, CA.  S. D. and Bernice Hoag had:  Donald Hoag, who lived in Erieville, NY.

Edward M. Hodge and Viola Briggs Hodge lived on North Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Hodge was born on 8-12-1903, and was a salesman for the Trask Butter Co.  Mrs. Hodge was born on 11-30-1905.  Her widowed mother, Ella Briggs, lived with the couple on West Corning Ave. in Syracuse following their wedding about 1929.  Mrs. Briggs, who was born about 1860, moved to Fayetteville from Canton, NY, about 1936 and again lived with the family.  She died on 3-16-1946.  The Hodge's later moved to Young Rd. in Brewerton, NY.  Mrs. Hodge died while residing in Cincinnati, OH, in March, 1983, and Mr. Hodge died on 11-27-1996.  They had:  Markham E. Hodge, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1965, married Suz Anne Lucas on 6-18-1966, and, later, Regina Hodge, and is a CPA in Cincinnati. 

Louis C. Hoffman and Mattie E. Hoffman lived at 109 Spring St. by 1942, having lived earlier in Bridgewater, NY.  Mr. Hoffman was probably born about 1887, and was a farm laborer and a metal worker at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Hoffman was born about 1872, and the couple wed about 1917.

Thomas Leo Hogan and Margaret Montgomery Hogan lived at 211 Salt Springs St. by 1942.  Mr. Hogan was born on 6-13-1893, and was a salesman.  Mrs. Hogan was born on 3-6-1899, and was an investigator for the local welfare department.  Both were avid golfers and active in community affairs.  Mrs. Hogan died on 3-1-1974, and Mr. Hogan died on 10-20-1978.  They had:  John Montgomery Hogan, who was born on 8-31-1927, graduated from LeMoyne College, and Southwestern University School of Law, wed Patricia Hogan and Maurene Smith, practiced law, resided in Syracuse, and died on 10-19-2002, Thomas L. Hogan, IV, who was born on 6-12-1926, graduated from Colgate University in 1947, and Cornell University's law school in 1954, married Nancy Griesmer about 1958, was a partner in the law firm of Hiscock & Barclay, and resided in Fayetteville, at his death on 4-8-2008, and Margaret W. Hogan, who attended Syracuse University, wed Theodore A. Trespasz, operated a real estate firm, and lived at 203 East Genesee St. at her death on 7-30-2002.

Charles B. Holcombe and Irma MacCallum Holcombe lived at 212 Redfield Ave. by 1930.  Dr. Holcombe was born in Doylestown, PA, on 5-8-1902, and was a dentist with offices at 404 East Genesee St.  He attended Harvard and then graduated from the  University of Minnesota's dental school in 1926.  Dr. Holcombe soon came to Fayetteville and was the Village's only dentist for about 20 years.  Over the 50 years that he practiced in Fayetteville, he had about 30,000 patients.  Mrs. Holcombe was born in Ferndale, NY, on 12-2-1903.  She graduated from Syracuse University in 1924, and taught school at the Rome Free Academy.  Mrs. Holcombe died on 10-19-1976, and Dr. Holcombe died on 7-7-1979.  They had:  Charles Fenton Holcombe, who was born about 1931, wed Laura Estabrook, and, following her death, Victoria Edick, was a purchasing agent, lived in Chittenango, and died 4-21-1995, and Jon K. Holcombe, who earned three degrees from Syracuse University, married Sandra Sargent, the daughter of County Legislator Willis H. Sargent, served as district attorney for Onondaga County, and lives in Wellesley Island, NY. 

Arthur Holden lived on James St. by 1942.  Mr. Holden was born in February, 1891, and worked as an electrician for the Precision Castings Co.  He was married to  Laura Benedict  Holden, who was born on 1-26-1894.  Mrs. Holden taught near Jamesville before their marriage in 1915.  They lived at 604 Orchard St. by 1927, and she died on 1-30-1936, at age 42.  Mr. Holden later wed Lena Belle Hilderbrand and lived at 104 Clinton St.  at his death on 5-30-1948.  He was 57.  Lena Holden was residing at 207 North St. at her death on 11-8-1973.  Arthur and Laura Holden had:  Morell Holden, who wed Helen Rubado, was a toolmaker for the Electric Auto-Lite Corp., lived at 412 Orchard St., and died in FL on 3-13-1984, George M. Holden, who served in the Army Air Force during WWII, worked at the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Co., and lived in Manlius, and Dr. Lawrence B. Holden, who attended medical school at the University of Illinois, wed a Miss Rotman, was a neurosurgeon, and lived in Peoria, IL.

Clark James Holden and Minnie May Slawson Holden lived on James St. by 1942.  Mr. Holden was born in April, 1869, and was a dairy farmer.  He and his family lived in Syracuse and Pompey before coming to Fayetteville about 1913.  Mrs. Holden was born in August,1867, and the couple wed in Mexico, NY, on 3-5-1888.  Mr. and Mrs. Holden moved to Chittenango about 1950, where she died on 10-10-1955,  and he died on 3-22-1959.  They had:  Frank S. Holden, who was born in June, 1989, and died on 12-25-1938, Arthur Holden, who was born in 1891, (see his entry above), Russell Holden, who was born about 1895, (see his entry below), and Elizabeth Holden, who was born in March, 1898.

Russell Dwight Holden and Cora Cunningham Holden lived in Fayetteville by 1942, and on James St. by 1948.  Mr. Holden was born In June, 1895, in Mattydale, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1915.  The couple wed about 1918, and lived with his parent's, Clark and Minnie Holden, (see above).  Mr. Holden was a farmer and later worked ten years at the Precision Castings Co.  They moved to Chittenango about 1950, and Mr. Holden died on 10-7-1956.  They had:  Russell Holden, Jr., who was born about 1919, wed Bessie Teske, worked as the superintendent at Green Lakes State Park, and lives in Ballston Lake, NY, Belle Almeda Holden, who was born in July, 1921, married John F. Hallinan, graduated from Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, retired in 1985 after 14 years as director of nursing at the Plaza Nursing Home, and died on 1-17-2000, Marion Holden, who was born on 11-3-1923, wed William R. Teske on 6-10-1945, and lived in E. Syracuse, Earl C. Holden, who was born in 1928, wed Elloween Smith, worked 17 years at Green Lakes, resided in Chittenango, and died on 7-10-1973.  (William and Bessie Teske were brother and sister.)

Joseph L. Holley lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Holley was born in December, 1865, and was a farmer and landscape gardener.  About 1886, he wed Nettie Eliza Stearns.  She was born in 1868, and died in 1903.  Mr. Holley wed Anna Carol Agan on 6-4-1907.  She was born about 1877, and died before 1930.  Mr. Holley died on 10-30-1948.  He and Nettie Holley had:  Ethel Holley, who married Fred H. Cauraugh, and lived in Syracuse at her death on 2-4-1984, at age 92.

Ernest J. Holmes and Linley Howell Holmes lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Holmes was born in NM about  1859, and came to Fayetteville about 1920.  He was a farmer and managed a gas station.  Mrs. Holmes was born about 1881, and was a native of Brooklyn.  The couple wed about 1915.  Mr. Holmes died on 10-2-1944, and Mrs. Holmes died on 11-17-1964.  They had Theodore Holmes, (see below).

Theodore R. Holmes and Edna Condee Holmes lived at 7320 Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Holmes was born about 1918, and grew up in the High Bridge area.  He served in the USN during WWII.  Mr. Holmes was an inspector at the Precision Castings Co., and a carpenter.  Mrs. Holmes was born about 1923, and worked for the Jamesville-DrWitt school district as a clerk and cashier.  She was active in volunteer programs for the disabled.  The family moved to 48 Wexford Rd. in DeWitt, and resided there when Mrs. Holmes died on 12-20-1978.  They had:  Alan J. Holmes, who was born about 1940, attended Morrisville Technical College, wed Lorie Reynolds Watt Ladd on 8-25-1962, and lived in Old Lyme, CT, Karen Holmes, who graduated from Syracuse University, wed Donald Converse, and lived in Dunwoody, GA, and Theodore Holmes, Jr., who lived in Syracuse, and was a musician.

Charles Francis Honors and Marion Owens Honors lived on Burdick St. by 1941, and at 209 Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Honors was born who was born on 8-13-1907.  Mrs. Honors was born on 9-10-1908, and the couple married on 10-16-1929.  Mr. Honors worked for General Electric, and Mrs. Honors worked in the records section of St. Joseph's Hospital.  The family moved to Clay, NY, about 1954.  They lived there at Mr. Honors' death on 5-25-1980, and at Mrs. Honors' death on 6-28-1989.  They had:  Marilyn M. Honors, who was born in Syracuse on 12-24-1935, and lived in Oswego, NY, at her death 1-14-2001, Owen Paul "Opie" Honors, who was born about 1936, and was the police chief in Clay, and Constance Honors, who was born about 1938, became Sister Marian Charlene, and lives in Latham, NY.

Mary Sculion Honors lived at 203 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier in Skaneateles Falls, NY. She was the widow of John Joseph Honors, who worked in a papermill.  Mr. Honors was born on 7-7-1884, and died on 8-31-1940.  Mrs. Honors was born on 1-18-1889, and the couple wed about 1913. She lived in East Syracuse at her death on 11-23-1974.  They had:  Mary Lucille Honors, who was born about 1914, worked at Dey Brothers, wed John J. Dillon, Jr., on 12-23-1941, and lives in Santa Barbara, CA, John J. Honors, Jr., who was born on 2-8-1916, served in the PTO with the US Army during WWII, was a tinsmith for the Adolph Heating Co., lived in East Syracuse, and died 6-14-2003, Charles F. "Skip" Honors, who was born on 6-26-1917, in Skaneateles Falls, served in the Army in WWII, spent 35 years as the manager of Bahouth's bowling alley, resided in Statesboro, GA, at his death on 12-29-2005,  Eleanor Jane Honors, who was born on 12-8-1918, was a clerk at the Continental Can Co., and lived in East Syracuse before moving to Palm Desert, CA, where she died on 12-17-2000, and Margaret Honors, who was born about 1923, married William S. Woznek, and lives in Bloomsburg, PA.   

Patrick Henry Honors and Marie Feeley Honors moved from Skaneateles to Fayetteville by 1918, and lived at 119 North Mill St. by 1928, and at 114 Mechanic St. by 1942.  Mr. Honors was born in Pittsford, NY, on 1-4-1883, and was a papermaker at the McIntyre Paper Co.  Mrs. Honors was a native of Skaneateles Falls.  She was born in September, 1887, and the couple married about 1906.  The family moved to Chittenango about 1956, and resided at 120 West Genesee St. when Mr. Honors died on 1-4-1971, and Mrs. Honors died on 11-1-1971.  Their children:  Charles Francis Honors, (see his listing above), Lawrence J. Honors, who was born about 1909, and died in June, 1925, Mary Honors, who was born about 1917, was a teacher in Illion, NY, married John Benson, Jr., and resides in Chittenango, Robert Honors, who was born about 1924, and died on 8-19-1929, Gerald "Jerry" Honors, who was born on 12-11-1927, served during WWII, was a machinist at the Precision Castings Co., lived 43 years in Chittenango, and died on 11-12-1991, and Thomas Henry Honors, who was born 9-17-1925, served in WWII, and lived in Shawnee Mission, KS, at his death in July, 1983.

Charles Albert Hood and Lois Weaver Hood lived at 210 Ledyard St. by 1942, and moved to 4827 Armstrong Rd. in Manlius by 1975.  Mr. Hood was a mortgage representative for the Onondaga County Savings Bank, and about 1955, he opened his own real estate firm.  He was the president of the Drumlins Country Club, and was an avid golfer.  Mrs. Hood was born about 1913, and was a native of Wrightsville, PA.  She attended Syracuse University, and died on 9-5-1995.  Mr. Hood died on 4-24-1996.  They had:  Judith Ann Hood, who worked for the NY Telephone Co., married William John Grabau on 10-14-1960, and resided in Fayetteville, and Cynthia Link Hood, who was born about 1943, attended Ithaca College, earned a graduate degree from Cortland State Teachers College, taught physical education in Cicero, wed Robert Enners Dohm on 8-9-1975, and lived in Syracuse.

Richard Martin Hooker and Helen Ingalls Hooker lived at 407 Elm St. by 1930, Center St. by 1938, and on the Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Hooker was born on 10-17-1907, in KY.  He was the state agent for the Aetna Fire Insurance Co.  Mrs. Hooker was born on 4-14-1906, and the couple wed about 1925.  They divorced in 1946.  Mr. Hooker then moved to New Hartford, CT.  He remarried and died 6-7-1981, while residing in Salisbury.  Mrs. Hooker wed R. Lee Minnick, and lived in Wilmington, DE.  Mr. Minnick died on 6-26-1948, and Mrs. Hooker-Minnick later wed Radmilo S. Troyanovich, and resided in Washington, DC.  Mr. Troyanovich was born on 10-23-1898, and died in February, 1986.  Mrs. Hooker-Troyanovich was residing in Simsbury, CT, at her death on 3-6-1988.  Mr. and Mrs. Hooker had:  Richard M. Hooker, Jr., who was born in December, 1931, attended the University of Vermont, married Louise Elaine Tracy on 8-21-1954, lived at 209 Homewood Dr. in 1960, and lives now in Simsbury.

Arthur B. Hopkins and Gertrude Stetler Hopkins lived at 113 East Genesee St. following their marriage in about 1925.  Mr. Hopkins was born in July, 1868, and lived his entire life in the house in which he was born.  At various times, he was a carpentry contractor, a partner in the Tillotson & Hopkins grocery firm, and an Adirondack mountain guide.  Mr. Hopkins married Jessie Tillotson about 1905.  She was born about 1868, and died on 5-4-1913.  Gertrude Hopkins was born about 1887, and the couple wed about 1925.  Mr. Hopkins died on 1-27-1963, at age 94.  They had:  Arthur Stetler Hopkins, who was born 9-13-1927, graduated from Syracuse University in 1951, and lived in Gaylordsville, CT, at his death on 11-29-1998.

Mary Smith Hopkins lived at 205 Salt Springs St.  by 1928, having lived earlier at 331 Lexington Ave.and on State St. in Syracuse.  She was the widow of  Charles E. Hopkins, who worked as a civil engineer with the NYS Highway and Canal Department.  Mrs. Hopkins was born in December, 1868, and the couple wed about 1894.  She was a descendant of Edward Smith, a noted educator who was the first superintendent of the Syracuse school district.  Mrs. Hopkins was in the first graduating class at Syracuse University's Crouse College.  Mr. Hopkins died on 11-10-1941, at age 83, and Mrs. Hopkins soon moved to live with her daughter's family at 804 Oakwood Dr.  She died on 2-6-1953.  They had:  Edward E. Hopkins, who was born in July, 1894, and lived in Alpine, NJ, and Helen H. Hopkins, who was born in June, 1897, and married Horace Doxsee about 1921, (see their entry above). 










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