Albert Frances "Bert" Hopstein and L. Elizabeth Hopstein lived at 407 Salt Springs Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Hopstein was the comptroller for the Haberle-Congress Brewing Co.  The couple was very active in horse show circles.  They later moved to Oran, where Mr. Hopstein died on 3-7-1954.  Mrs. Hopstein died on 3-25-1962.  They had:  Burt R. Hopstein, who was born 9-2-1922, married Dorothy Goodfellow, lived at 410 Spring St., moved to La Habra, CA, and died on 1-20-2002, Willa Frances Hopstein, who graduated from Elmira College, worked as a teacher, married Stephen Howard Hackett on 6-28-1947, and lives in Shafsbury, VT, Elizabeth "Betty" Hopstein, who married Albert S. Rosenberger about 1952, and lives in Severn, MD, and Jean Hopstein, who attended Syracuse University, married Francis Porter, and resided in Cazenovia.

Howard L. Horn and Katherine Horn lived on North Manlius St. by 1928.  Mr. Horn was born about 1890, and was a poultryman.  Mrs. Horn was born in France about 1890, and came to America in 1913.  She was a stenographer and secretary for the Onondaga Savings Bank.   The couple wed about 1921, moved to Tulle, FL, in 1944, and later lived in St. Petersburg.

Clarence Hosford and Carolyn "Carrie" Hosford lived at 315 Center St. by 1942, having lived earlier in Liverpool, NY.  Mr. Hosford was born in Mexico, NY, on 2-27-1888.  He was a printer and linotype operator for the Mexico Independent newspaper and for the Wesleyan Methodist Publishing Co.  Mrs. Hosford was born in Canton, NY, about 1878.  She was married first, in 1895, to Charles Sloper.  He died in 1918, and she married Mr. Hosford in February, 1919, and they lived in Fayetteville, Syracuse, and FL, before moving to Fernwood, NY, about 1953.  Mrs. Hosford died there on 7-1-1956.  Mr. Hosford died on 6-5-1968, while residing in Sarasota, FL.  From her previous marriage, Mrs. Hosford had:  Charles Sloper, who lived in Phoenix, AZ, Lillian Sloper, who was born about 1896, wed Harrison B. Bellow, lived in Pulaski, NY, and died on 8-18-1988, at age 91, and Mildred Hosford, who was born about 1908, married Maurice Dean, and lived in Detroit. 

Ada Wright Hotaling lived at 118 Mechanic St. by 1928, having lived earlier in Pompey.  Mrs. Hotaling was the widow of George R. Hotaling.  Mr. Hotaling was born about 1845, and was a farm laborer.  Mrs. Hotaling was born about 1861, and was a native of Lafayette, NY.  The couple married about 1880, and Mr. Hotaling died on 7-17-1910.  About two years after her husband died, Mrs. Hotaling moved to Fayetteville and worked in private homes providing child care.  She, and her daughter, Ruby, lived with her other daughter and son-in-law, Etta and Charles Tummonds.  Mrs. Hotaling died on 4-2-1955, at age 93.  Mr. and Mrs. Hotaling had:  Albert L. Hotaling, who was a school custodian, wed Gertrude Ganlen,  and lived in Jamesville for 30 years prior to his death on 12-9-1950, Etta E. Hotaling, who was born about 1883, and wed Charles L. Tummonds about 1909, and died 6-2-1972, (see their listing below), George Barney Hotaling, who was born in July, 1889, and Ruby R. Hotaling, who was born on 11-11-1886, was a dressmaker for Dey Brothers, and died in December, 1977, at age 91. 

Dora Hotaling lived on East Genesee Turnpike by 1942.   Mrs. Hotaling was born about 1857, and grew up on a farm in LaFayette, NY.  She married Denmark Hotaling, about 1869, and they divorced about 1900.  He was born about 1848, and worked as a farmer.  Mr. Hotaling probably died on 9-30-1932.  Mrs. Hotaling worked as a private duty practical nurse, and died on 6-24-1947, at age 89.  They had:  Gertrude C. Hotaling, who was born in October, 1874, wed Frank J. Perrett, a blacksmith, about 1897, lived on Mill St., and died on 9-26-1920.  Note:  Mrs. Hotaling's maiden name was Hotaling.

Ernest Ray Hotaling lived at 205 Thompson St. by 1928, and at 106 South St. by 1948.  Mr. Hotaling was born on 7-7- 1888, in Pompey, NY, and grew up in the High Bridge area, south west of Fayetteville.  He served in WWI, and as a young man he drove a coal wagon.  Later Mr. Hotaling was an electrician and a laborer for the Stickley Furniture Co.  He died on 2-24-1951.

Leonard P. Hotaling and Ada French Hotaling moved from High Bridge to Manlius Center in 1929, and lived at 105 West Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Hotaling was born on 11-14-1907, worked for the Village as a truck driver, and later worked for the McIntyre Paper Co.  Mrs. Hotaling was born on 10-31-1909, and the couple wed about 1926.  She also worked at the paper company.  The couple lived at 119 Brooklea Dr. when Mr. Hotaling died on 8-9-1975, and Mrs. Hotaling died on 5-7-1982, while residing in Delphi Falls, NY.  They had:  Dorothy May Hotaling, who was born about 1928, wed Robert Salmonson about 1947, and lived in Memphis, NY, Bessie Hotaling, who died on 10-13-1929, at one month of age, Mildred Irene Hotaling, who was a clerk for the Precision Castings Co., wed James F. Cerio on 6-21-1952, and lived in Canastota, Norma Hotaling, who married John F. Hyrnio, and lived on Highbridge Rd., and Martha Hotaling, who married Lyle Cronk, and lived in Delphi Falls.

Horatio Seymour Hotaling lived on the East Genesee Turnpike in Mycenae by 1942.  Mr. Hotaling was born on 11-24-1871, in LaFayette, NY, and was a farmer and well driller.  He married Lela Mills in 1903.  She was born on 11-5-1886, in Manlius, and died on 4-27-1920.  Mr. Hotaling died on 7-7-1949.  They had:  Paul Seymour Hotaling, who died on 11-11-1904, at age one month, and Cleo Hotaling, who was born about 1908, graduated from Central City Business College in 1926, married William C. Schulte about 1932, and lived in Caldwell, NJ.  Mr. Hotaling's sister, Dora Hotaling, also lived in Mycenae, (see her listing above).  

Clifford R. Hotze and Marie Hurd Hotze lived at 201 Clinton St. by 1942.   Mr. Hotse was born on 10-7-1914, and worked 35 years for the General Electric Co. before retiring in 1983.  Mrs. Hotze was born on 4-4-1915, in Johnstown, NY.  She was a graduate of the nursing program at St. Mary's Hospital, and worked as a nurse.  Following Mr. Hotze's death on 9-29-1989, Mrs. Hotze moved to San Angelo, TX.  She died in TX on 1-5-2000.  They had:  Barbara M. Hotze, who was born in 1939, graduated from Syracuse University, and died two months later on 8-7-1961, Carolyn Anne Hotze, who married James Edward Fetzner on 11-30-1963, and lived in San Angelo, Emily Louise Hotze, who was born in 1958, married Alex Foeucht and a Mr. Sampson, and lives in Kalispell, MT, James Hotze, who died in infancy on 10-12-1953, and Frederick R. Hotze, who graduated from SUNY at Alfred in 1972, and lived in Roanoke, VA.

George Clay Houseman and Jane Catharine "Jennie" Kain Houseman lived at 110 Mechanic St. by 1942, and on Highbridge St. by 1948.  Mr. Houseman was born 3-20-1914, and grew-up in Fayetteville.  (See the entry for his father, James Houseman.)  Mrs. Houseman was born on 6-27-1916, in Fayetteville, and the couple married on 5-29-1940.  Mr. Houseman was a group leader at the Precision Castings Co.   Mrs. Houseman worked at General Electric in Syracuse as a proofreader.  The family later lived in East Syracuse, NY, and were residing there when Mr. Houseman died on 11-19-1982.  Mrs. Houseman moved to Moravia, NY, in 1988, and died on 11-20-1992.  They had:  Sandra Houseman, who lived in Syracuse, Mary Ellen Houseman Walter, of Moravia, and James Houseman, who lived in Utica, NY.

James Delevan "Dell" Houseman and Eula Brown Houseman lived on Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Houseman was born in Stockbridge, Madison County, NY, 7-30-1873.  He came to Fayetteville about 1890, and delivered ice in Fayetteville and Manlius from 1905 to 1943.  Mr. Houseman had been wed previously to Ellen Louise "Ella" Snook Houseman, who was born on 3-8-1872, in Stockbridge.  The couple married on 8-14-1905, and she died on 1-10-1923.  About 1935, Mr. Houseman wed Eula Brown.  She was born in Bridgeport, CT, about 1887, and came to Fayetteville about 1930.  The second Mrs. Houseman was a teacher.  She is believed to have been married previously, and to have had a son, Montford Weed, who lived in Fairmount, NJ.  Eula Houseman died 3-30-1956.  Mr. Houseman died on 7-3-1961.  James and Ellen Snook Houseman had:  Irene Grace Houseman, who was born on 12-19-1905, married Paul Raymond Dennington about 1924, and later married Earle H. Howard, and died on 12-17-1991, Grace Adell Houseman, who was born on 8-8-1911, married Clifford Hozen Nellis on 4-19-1930, and died in January, 1977, while residing in Madison, OH, and George C. Houseman, (see the entry above).  Ellen Snook was also married previously.  With her husband, Fred Young, she had Flora Hannah Young, who was born on 5-28-1900.  The child was known as Flora Houseman, and as a young woman worked as a store clerk.  Miss Houseman married Harry W. Lavner in 1930, lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. in Lyndon, worked for the Precision Castings Co., and had a son, Richard Lavner, who lived in Cazenovia.  Mrs. Lavner died on 11-23-1955.  (See the Lavner entry below.)

Burton Howell and Florence Lillian Howell lived at 408 E. Genesee St. by 1942, having lived earlier on South St.  Mr. Howell was born about 1871, and worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Howell was born about 1872.  She was a life long resident of the area, and died on 9-22-1950.  The couple married about 1896, and had:  Daniel D. Howell, who died on 11-21-1908, at age two, Margary (also known as Marjorie) Howell, who was born about 1910, married Willis Van Marter, worked at the Sweetheart Market, and was living in North Syracuse at her death on 11-26-1988, Ruth Howell Prentiss, who was born about 1897, and lived in Minneapolis, Thomas Howell, who was born in 1915, served in WWII, lived in East Syracuse, was a welder for the Pierce-Butler Co., and died on 7-4-1988, and Paul Howell, (see the next entry).

Frederick Warren Howell and Florence M. Howell lived on the Fayetteville Manlius Rd. by 1942, having lived earlier at 614 Stinard Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Howell was born about 1887, and was an executive with the NY Telephone Co.  Mrs. Howell was born about 1899, and the couple married about 1926.  The family later moved to Snyder, NY.  They had:  Frederick Howell, Jr., who was born about 1929, earned a master's degree in regional planning from Cornell, married Eleanor Madge Dittman on 9-10-1955, and lived in Norristown, PA.

Paul D. "Pete" Howell and Joyce Chamberlain Howell lived at 104 North Park St. by 1942, and at 212 W. Genesee St. by 1948.  Mr. Howell was born about 1912, and served in the USMC during WWII.  He worked for the McIntyre Paper Co., and also owned Howell 's Restaurant and was club manager of the Oneida Elks Club.  The couple married about 1940, and moved to Oneida, NY, in 1973.  Mrs. Howell worked in the credit department at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Howell died on 3-7-1995.  They had:  Faith Suzanne Howell Gardinier, who was born in December, 1941, and lived in Verona, NY. 

Bessie Ogden Hoyle lived at 109 Academy St. by 1940.  Mrs. Hoyle was born about 1870, and was a native of Wilton, NY.  She was the widow of Alonzo T. Hoyle.  Mr. Hoyle was born about 1864, in PA, and the couple wed about 1891.  He was an Army veteran, who spent most of his final years in various government hospitals.  Mrs. Hoyle died on 4-20-1949, while living at 507 Spring St. with her daughter, Margaret Wallace.  They had:  Laura J. Hoyle Anderson, who was born about 1892, was a political worker in Syracuse, and moved to Moyland, PA, and Margaret Hoyle, who was born on 1-1-1896, wed Albert G. Wallace, was a manicurist in NYC, moved to Fayetteville about 1939 and lived at 507 Spring St., and then resided in Melrose Park, PA, at her death on 12-31-1976.

Harold H. Hughes and Mary "May" Fellows Hughes lived at 413 Clinton St. by 1927.  Mr. Hughes was born about 1876 in Syracuse, and came to Fayetteville about 1900.  He was the general stores superintendent for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Hughes was born about 1878, and the couple wed about 1900.  She was very active in the DAR.  Mr. Hughes died on 10-18-1954.  They had:  Frances Hughes, who was born about 1908, and married Edmund J. Jennings.  (See their entry.)

Mary E. Hughes lived at 304 Collin Ave. by 1942, at 244 Salt Springs St. by 1948, and at 312 Elm St. by 1951.  Miss Hughes, a native of Albion, NY., was born about 1908, and came to Fayetteville about 1923.  She was a graduate of Elmira College, and was a business and commercial teacher at Fayetteville High School.  Miss Hughes shared her homes with Miss Emma S. Tweedie, who was also a teacher at the high school.  (See her listing.)  Miss Hughes lived in East Side Manor at her death on 8-15-1980.

Leon Ira Hughson and Emily Woyworth Hughson lived on N. Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Hughson was born in Tully, NY, in August, 1899.  He later lived in an apartment at 1116 E. Genesee St. in Syracuse, and by 1927 was living at 106 John St.  Mrs. Hughson was born in NYC about 1899, and was a descendant of members of the Polish aristocracy. She studied at the Parsons School of Fine and Applied Arts (now the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts), and worked five years as a costume designer.  Among Mrs. Hughson's clients were Sophie Tucker and the dancers from the Ziegfeld Follies.  She came to CNY in 1931, and worked in the field of advertising and commercial art.  The couple wed in 1932.  In 1941, Mrs. Hughson gave up her job, and, together with her husband, constructed the home they came to occupy in Fayetteville.  Mr. Hughson was then working at the Precision Castings Co., and was the foundry foreman at his death on 4-11-1954.  After his death, Mrs. Hughson returned to her art position with the E. W. Edwards store in Syracuse.  She died on 10-11-1960.

Arthur Nichols "Barney" Hulbert and Allie May Fitch Hulbert lived in Fayetteville by 1917, on Mill St. by 1920, on High Bridge Rd. by 1930, and at 109 Thompson St. by 1942.  Mr. Hulbert was born in Otsego, MI, on 11-4-1886.  He worked for the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Co.,the McIntyre Paper Co., and later was an oiler at the Continental Can Co.  Mrs. Hulbert was born about 1888.  The couple wed 3-16-1911, in Kalamazoo, MI, and came to Fayetteville the following year.  Mrs. Hulbert died in1961, and Mr. Hulbert died in October, 1968.  Their children:  Irene Hulbert who was born about 1912, wed George McDermott, and lived in Delphi Falls, NY, Carl William Hulbert, who was born about 1913, was a cook in the Merchant Marine service, and a milk tester for the Gates Homestead Farms, married Geraldine Hulbert, and lived in Chittenango at his death on 8-4-1981, and Arthur G. Hulbert, who was born on 2-26-1922, wed Eleanor Hulbert, worked as a truck driver for 30 years for the P&C grocery chain, and lived in Marcellus, NY, at his death on 2-7-1997.

Francis N. Hull and Adrienne M. Hull lived at 312 Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Hull was born on 11-24-1911, and was a salesman at Fred's Hat Shop on South Salina St. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Hull was born in Syracuse about 1913, and was a graduate of Syracuse University.  The family moved to PA, and Mrs. Hull taught elementary school there for 18 years. The couple resided in Lancaster at Mr. Hull's death on 11-25-1993, and Mrs. Hull lived in Mechanicsburg when she died on 12-5-1997.  They had:  Susan Hull, who wed Gerald C. Grassman, and lived in Camp Hill, PA, Julie Hull, who married Roger E. Ray, and lived in Coral Springs, FL, and Coralie Hull, who married Glenn E.  Werking, and lived in New Cumberland, PA, and David N. Hull, who lived in Milton, FL.

Robert F. Hulland, Sr., and Emma Carhart Hulland lived at 5045 Highbridge St. by 1942, having lived earlier on Hickok  Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Hulland was born about 1900 in Reddich, England, and served in WWI.  He moved his family to Fayetteville about 1937, and was a mechanical engineer for the Precision Castings Co., and for the Smith, Corona, and Marchant Corp.  Mrs. Hulland was born about 1901, in Bound Brook, NJ, and the couple married on 4-19-1920.  Mrs. Hulland was a violinist and pianist and played in vaudeville, and with symphony orchestras.  She taught private piano classes for many years, and was active in the DAR and the OES.  Mr. Hulland died on 9-22-1984, and Mrs. Hulland lived in a Syracuse nursing home at her death on 4-26-1991.  They had:  Robert Hulland, Jr., who was born about 1923, in Ontario, Canada, served with the USMC during WWII, wed Barbara Seitz in 1943, worked as a private investigator, and lived in Baldwinsville, NY, at his death on 12-26-1989.

Jacob C. Hullar and Doris Goodfellow Hullar lived at 419 East Genesee St. by 1928, on Center St. by 1930, at 107 Highbridge St. by 1942, and were on Duguid Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hullar was born near Cazenovia on 1-18-1896, and came to Fayetteville with his family in 1911.  He served with the Army during WWI, and then, with his wife, he operated Hullar's Restaurant and the Village Spa, both in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Hullar was born about 1904, and was living at 413 East Genesee St. at her death on 9-20-1959.  Her obituary in the local paper reported that Mrs. Hullar, "was one of the village's best known citizens."  Mr. Hullar wed Lois Whitley, and lived in Syracuse before moving to Cortland, NY, about 1964.  He died on 4-16-1975.  They had:  Doris Hullar, who was a lab technician for the health department in Syracuse, wed Edward Bishop, and resides in St. Lucie, FL, Jacob C. Hullar, III, who attended Morrisville College, married Maria Fahbri Marticello in 1958, was a farmer, and lives at 5168 High Bridge Rd., and Nancy Hullar, who was a secretary for the Household Finance Co., wed Douglas Cross in 1951, and lived in Clay, NY.   

Beulah J. Hungerford lived at 570 East Genesee St. by 1921.   Miss Hungerford was born about 1882, and was the daughter of Charles L. Hungerford and Frances Hunt Hungerford.  7-5-1937.  She grew up on a dairy farm in Jefferson County, NY, and came to Fayetteville in 1921, with her parents, and brother, Stanley Hungerford, (see his listing). Miss Hungerford was an office clerk at Precision Castings Co.  She moved to Delmar, NY, and died in August, 1967.  

Stanley L. J. Hungerford and Francis Sterling Hungerford lived at 572 East Genesee St. by 1928.  Mr. Hungerford was born in Antwerp, NY, on 10-16-1890, moved to Fayetteville about 1906, and graduated from St. Lawrence University in 1916.  He was a farmer and a machinist at Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Hungerford was, like her husband, a native of Antwerp, and taught elementary school there and in Lyndon.  The Hungerfords moved to FL, in 1956.  Mrs. Hungerford died on 12-10-1966, and Mr. Hungerford died in Jensen Beach on  6-27-1973.  They had: Shirley Hungerford, who was born in 1919, wed Fayette Charles Walworth, on 9-27-1941, and resides in Toledo, OH..

Edward Augustus Hunt, Jr., and Bertha S. "Birdie" Hunt lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, and later lived on the F-M Rd. and at 217 Highbridge St.  Mr. Wood was the manager of the Wood Glass Co.  He also maintained a stable, and was active in fox hunting circles.  By 1942, Harold Brown lived on the property and worked for the family as a stable man.  Mr. Hunt died in 1972, and Mrs. Hunt, a founder of the Limestone Creek Hunt Club, died on 2-13-2001, at age 94.  They had:  Edward A. Hunt, III, who wed Nancy Ann Sims on 10-13-1956, was a lumber dealer, and lives in Cazenovia.

Gertrude Ryder Hunt lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1942.  She was born about 1875, was a native of Delphi Falls, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1907.  Mrs. Hunt was the widow of William C. Hunt, whom she married about 1893.  Mr. Hunt was born about 1870.  He was elected town supervisor, and chairman of the Onondaga County Board of Supervisors.  About 1919, Mr. Hunt was diagnosed with paresis, and became a resident of the Brigham Hall sanitarium in Canandaigua, NY, where he died on 1-17-1926.  In addition to his dairy and farming interests, he was one of the largest property owners in the Village.  The Hunt Park subdivision was built on land owned by the family, and, In 1951, Mrs. Hunt, and her daughters, sold 21 acres of property adjacent to Fayetteville High School to the district for $20,000.  This land was used to build the present elementary school.  Mrs. Hunt died on 4-7-1958.  They had:  Mildred L. Hunt, who was born in Liverpool on 8-4-1897, graduated from Beaver College and the Parsons School of Design, taught in Canastota, NY, and Montclair, NJ, and lived in Fayetteville at her death on 2-16-1986, and Sybil Hunt, who wed J. Franklin Perry, (see their listing below).

Stanley F. Hunt and Jessie B. Hunt lived at 211 Collin Ave. by about 1930, and moved to North Abington, MA, in August, 1947.  Mr. Hunt was born on 3-29-1891, and was a salesman for the Wickwire-Spencer Steel Co. of NYC.  Mrs. Hunt was born about 1893, and was a nurse.  She died in North Abington on 8-31-1979, and Mr. Hunt died in January, 1983.  Their children:  Martha Jane Hunt, who graduated from Pembroke College in 1945, married Donald W. Stevens, and lives in Burlington, VT, and Anne Leila Hunt, who was born about 1930, attended Pembroke, married Kenneth Sumner Block in 1958, and lives in Bloomfield, CT.

Joseph Hunyabi lived at 211 Salt Springs St. by 1942.  Mr. Hunyabi was a furnace repairman, and came to Fayetteville about 1936.  He worked for the family of Thomas and Margaret Hogan, with whom he resided.  (See their listing.)  Mr. Hunyabi was a native of Austria, and died in January, 1947.  It is possible that the correct spelling of his surname is "Hunyadi."

Albert S. Hurst and Nina Sowter Hurst  lived on West Genesee St. by 1942, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Dr. Hurst was was born on 8-13-1866, in Morpeth, Ontario, Canada, and became a naturalized US citizen in 1899.  He taught in Canadian public schools before earning his doctorate from Yale University in 1905.  Dr. Hurst joined the Syracuse University faculty in 1908, and later became the dean of their teacher's college.  Mrs. Hurst was a native of Aylmer, Ontario, and was born about 1867.  The couple wed on 8-20-1900.  Dr. Hurst died on 4-1-1944, and the following year, Mrs. Hurst moved to Syracuse to live with their daughter:  Marion Hurst, who was born in CT about 1903, and married Harold J. Pierce, (see their listing below).

Bertram Frederick Hurst and Gertrude Huddart Hurst lived at 210 West Genesee St. by 1942, and in Lyndon on the Genesee St. property of C. S. Estabrook by 1948.  Mr. and Mrs. Hurst were natives of Lancastshire, England.  Mr. Hurst was born on 5-1-1888, and Mrs. Hurst was born 7-16-1894.  They wed in 1920, and Mr. Hurst immigrated to the United States in 1927.  Mrs. Hurst and their first three children came to America the following year.  Mr. Hurst served in the British army during WWII, and later was a jockey.  After coming to this country, he worked as a caretaker and stable keeper on the Estabrook estate.  The couple lived at 418 Fabius St. in Syracuse at Mr. Hurst's death on 1-20-1971.  Mrs. Hurst moved to 312 Gifford St. in Syracuse, and died on 11-9-1989, at age 95.  They had:  Hilda Hurst, who was born in London about 1921, married Glenn R. Hilton, and lived in Syracuse at her death on 6-6-2000, Violet Hurst Rowe, who was born about 1923, and lived in Tucson, AZ, Bertram Hurst, Jr., who was born in 1926, and served in the U. S. Army during WWII, Beverly Hurst Goodwin, who was probably born in November, 1930, and lived in Morrisville, NY, and a daughter who was born in April, 1935. 

Maxwell B. Hutchinson and Frances Kernan Hutchinson lived at 116 Elm St. by 1942, having lived earlier on Durston Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Hutchinson was born on 5-5-1898, and was a native of Milford, CT.  He was a salesman for the Hutchinson Co. at 259 W. Fayette St. in Syracuse, and later was the personnel manager for the Kane & Roach Co.  Mrs. Hutchinson, a native of Utica, NY, was born on 12-6-1906, and attended Rosemont College.  The couple wed about 1927.  Mr. Hutchinson died on 11-19-1955, and Mrs. Hutchinson died on 12-27-1982.  Their children:  John Carleton Hutchinson, who was born in New Haven, CT, about 1928, graduated from Syracuse University's School of Music, wed Mary Tone about 1951, was a church organist and music teacher at various parochial schools, and lived in Camillus at his death on 1-10-1998, Peter K. Hutchinson, who lived in Binghamton, Michael Hutchinson, who lived in Fayetteville, Robert Hutchinson, who lived in Scottsdale, AZ, and Ann Hutchinson Williams, who was with General Electric, and later lived in Utica.

Ralph M. Hutchinson and Jane "Jenny" Hutchinson lived at 499 Salt Springs St. by 1940.  Mr. Hutchinson was a professor at the NYS College of Forestry at Syracuse University.  Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson were both very active in Scouting and other civic affairs while in Fayetteville.  The couple moved to Newcomb, NY, in October, 1949, where Mr. Hutchinson served as resident forest property manager of the College's 15,000 acre Huntington Adirondack wild life research center.

William Hyde and Laonea G. Hyde lived at 222 West Genesee St. by 1942, having lived earlier on Smith St. in Manlius.  Mr. Hyde served with the Canadian army during WWI.  Mrs. Hyde had:  Emile Motquin, who was born in 1902, served in the French Foreign Legion in Africa, and was killed-in-action in Indo-China on 5-3-1945, and Fernand Motquin, who was born in 1906, and died in 1923.

George Wallace Ingalls and Ellen Bentley Ingalls lived at 407 Elm St. by 1927, and in the fall of 1952 they moved to 104 Alwyn Rd. in DeWitt.  Mr. Ingalls was born about 1873, in Rockwood, NY, and was a veteran of the Spanish-American War.  He worked as an insurance agent for the Fidelity-Phoenix Fire Insurance Co. from 1913 until about 1951.  Mrs. Ingalls was born about 1881, and was a native of Baldwinsville, NY.  The couple probably married on 8-3-1903, and came to Fayetteville about 1919.  Mrs. Ingalls' father, Floyd F. Bentley, lived with the Ingalls family.  Mr. Bentley was a former resident of Baldwinsville, and for 58 years was the organist for the Presbyterian church there.  He established a record of playing 50 consecutive years without missing a Sunday service.  He was a member of the Baldwinsville Masonic lodge for 70 years.  Mr. Bentley remained active until his death on 1-1-1944, at age 92.  Mr. Ingalls was involved in several historical and genealogical groups, and died on 10-31-1958.  Mrs. Ingalls was a graduate of the Syracuse University College of Fine Arts and the Eastman School of Music.  She died on 2-24-1961.  Their children:  Martha Ingalls, who was born about 1910, wed Charles Scott Estabrook, and resided in Fayetteville, and Helen Ingalls, who was born about 1905, married Richard M. Hooker about 1924, and later, Ridmilo S. Troyanovich, and lived in Bethesda, MD.

Louis B. Ingerson and Myrtle May Harter Ingerson lived on Hunt Lane by 1942, and lived in Chittenango by 1951.  Mr. Ingerson was born on 1-22-1894, and was a native of Syracuse.  He was a veteran of WWI, and a machine operator at the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 12-21-1972.   Mrs. Ingerson was born in Manlius on 5-25-1904, and died in a Minoa nursing home on 9-2-1990.  They had:  Betty Ingerson, who was born on 12-31-1922, was an assembler at the L. C. Smith Co, married Michael Dapolito, lived in Manlius, and died on 2-20-1986, Richard L. Ingerson, who lived in Chittenango, and Jeannine F. Ingerson, who was born about 1930, worked for the Witherill department store, married George A. Burghard on 7-23-1948, and lives in Chittenango. 

Fred G. Ingison and Ella Taylor Ingison lived at 239 Salt Springs St. by 1928.  Mr. Ingison was born on 10-4-1868.  He was the manager of the A&P grocery store, a barber, and later, a patternmaker.  Mrs. Ingison was born on 10-18-1875, and the couple married on 3-8-1898.  She died at her son's home in Watertown, NY, on 4-10-1945.  Mr. Ingison moved to Watertown, where he died on 2-23-1952.  They had:  Clayton Stanley Ingison, who was born 2-27-1899, was the Scout field executive for the Watertown area, and died on 7-21-1984, and Fredella Ruth Ingison, who was born on 4-26-1904, and attended Syracuse University before her death on 11-30-1925, at age 21.

Oscar J. Ingraham and Mary Welch Ingraham lived at 300 Brooklea Dr. by 1936, having lived previously in Syracuse.  Mr. Ingraham was born in 1889, and began working as a machinist at Precision Castings Co. about 1925.  He died on 8-25-1945.  Mrs. Ingraham was born in 1894, and was a life long resident of Fayetteville.  She died on 6-15-1956.

Arthur F. Irvine and Dorothy Stage Irvine lived at 415 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier in Rochester.  Mr. Irvine was born 6-21-1904, and was a native of Schenectady, NY.  He graduated from MIT in 1924, and worked primarily as a self-employed manufacturer's agent.  Mr. Irvine was very active in the Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Department, and the Masons.  Mrs. Irvine was born on 11-22-1907, and was a native of Buffalo.  She was a graduate of Mount St. Joseph's Academy, and the couple wed about 1929.  She worked in the married student housing office at Syracuse University.  The couple moved to Highbridge Rd., where Mrs. Irvine died on 4-7-1984.  Mr. Irvine died on 5-25-1986.  They had:  Deborah Irvine, who wed Timothy P. Lowery, and lived in Syracuse.

Clara Eloise Jackson lived on Salt Springs St. by 1920, and at 115 Spring St. by 1928.  Miss Jackson was born in June, 1876, and was a stenographer and housekeeper.  Her mother, Josephine C. Jackson, , lived with her until her death on 3-14-1928.  Mrs. Jackson, who was was born in December, 1841, was the widow of Charles Henry Jackson, and the family had earlier lived together at 337 Wescott St. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Jackson was the widow of Charles Henry Jackson, a hardware dealer, who was born in April, 1842, and died on 8-27-1904.  Miss Jackson died on 1-11-1946.

Edwin B. Jackson and Sarah F. Jackson lived at 201 North Park St. by 1930, and at 118 South Mill St. by 1942.  Mr. Jackson was born about 1869, and was a native of Syracuse.  Mrs. Jackson was born about 1876.  They were both born in NY, and they wed about 1890.  Mr. Jackson was a machinist and repairman for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Jackson's father, Abram G. Jackson, who was born about 1840, resided with the family, and died on 9-16-1934.  He was a livery worker in Richfield Springs, NY, and while working as a coachman, he met Mark Twain, Vice President James Sherman, and other notables of that era.  E. B. Jackson died on 3-5-1944.  The Jacksons were among the few African-Americans to reside in Fayetteville during this period.

Percy Brant Jarvis and Susan Babcock Jarvis lived at 109 East Genesee St. by 1928, and at 216 Redfield Ave. by 1951. Mr. Jarvis was born about 1870, and was a native of Huntington, NY.  He earned a business degree from NYU, and came to Fayetteville about 1912.  Mr. Jarvis was the state agent for the Security Insurance Co. of New Haven, CT.  He died on 12-21-1957.  Mrs. Jarvis was born about 1873, and the couple married on 6-11-1913.  She was a grade school teacher in Fayetteville, and died on 11-12-1959.

Russell Robertson Jarvis and Anne Fowler Jarvis lived on Highbridge St. by 1942, and at 405 Clinton St. by 1960. By 1972, they lived at 5148 Highbridge St.  Mr. Jarvis was born on 7-25-1899, and was a native of Boston.  He worked as a sub-contractor on various foreign and domestic construction projects.  Mrs. Jarvis was born about 1905, and was a 1927 graduate of Syracuse University's College of Fine Arts.  She was a noted portrait artist, and as a commercial artist created the "Dutch Boy and Girl Twins" for the Netherlands Dairy.  Mrs. Jarvis died on 9-11-1975.  Mr. Jarvis died on 5-10-1986.  It is believed that Mrs. Jarvis was previously wed and by her first husband had:  Anne Elizabeth "Betty" Jarvis, who was born about 1930, graduated from Cazenovia College in 1950, wed T. Richard Dunnigan, and lived in DeWitt at her death on 4-26-1983.  Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis had:  Robertson Fowler Jarvis, who was born about 1932, worked in the aircraft industry, and lived in Charlotte, NC, at his death on 5-9-1977, Suzanne Jarvis Coleman, who was born in 1937, and lived in Montviller, France, and Russell P. Jarvis, who was born in 1945, wed Marilee McCarty on 9-17-1966, was a career USAF officer, and lived in Lebanon, IL.

Julia Demes Jenei lived at 601 Clinton St. by 1942.   She was probably born in Hungary about 1887, and married Gabrial Jenei.  She lived before in Tonawanda, NY, and on Harrison St. in Syracuse.  They probably had:  William Jenei, who was born about  1907, and wed Katherine Jenei about 1927, and Sophia Jenei, who was born about 1908.

Robert F. Jenks and Eleanor Meacham Jenks lived at 218 Ledyard Ave. by 1941, and moved to Cazenovia in 1950.  Mr. Jenks was born 11-30-1908, and was a native of Roslindale, MA.  He was a 1932 graduate of the University of Maine, and was a sales rep for the Davenport Hosiery Mills, and later for the A. H. Pond Co.  Mrs. Jenks was born on 8-30-1909, and graduated from Maine in 1931.  She was active in athletic endeavors and in historical and genealogical organizations.  The family moved to Tolland, CT, and by 1986, they lived in Vernon, CT.  Mr. Jenks died on 12-7-1991, in Rockville, CT.  Mrs. Jenks died on 10-21-2007, at age 98.  They had:  William Jenks, who lives in Syracuse, Eric Jenks, who married Sandy Jenks, and lives in Enfield, CT,  Peter Jenks, who was born about 1942, was stricken with polio in 1948, married Patti Jenks, and resides in Mililani, HI, and Jennifer Jenks, who was born in May, 1959, married Daniel Merriman, and lives in Thompson Falls, MT.

Edmund J. Jennings and Frances Hughes Jennings lived at 413 Clinton St. by 1937.  Mr. Jennings was born on 5-25-1903.  He worked for the American Oil Co. and later operated the El-Jay Supply Co.  Mrs. Jennings was born on 7-25-1908, and grew up in Fayetteville, (see the entry for her father, Harold H. Hughes).  She worked as an office assistant to Dr. A. F. Brand, and later was an administrative assistant in the physics department at Syracuse University.  Mrs. Jennings' aunt, Lois E. Joyce, lived with the couple until her death on 7-26-1972.  Mrs. Joyce was 87.  In 1976, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings moved to the Wildwood Ridge Apts. at 5100 Highbridge St.  Mr. Jennings died on 8-22-1977, and Mrs. Jennings died on 11-12-1983.

James J. Jennings and Emily Ryan Jennings came to Fayetteville about 1936, lived at 214 South Manlius St. by 1942, and at 201 Spring St. by 1951.  Mr. Jennings was born on 9-17-1907, and worked as an inspector and quality control manager for the Precision Castings Co. for 48 years.  He died on 7-7-1971.  Mrs. Jennings was born in 1907, and was a native of Syracuse.  She died on 5-2-1991.  They had:  James "Bud"Jennings, Jr., who attended Niagara University, served in the Korean conflict, owned the Jonwal Saddlery Shop, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 12-19-2003, William J. Jennings, who attended LeMoyne College, and livedsin Katy, TX, and Robert T. Jennings, who wed Carol Jennings, and lived in Baldwinsville and Emerald Isle, SC..

George W. Jerome, Sr., and Kate Farrance Jerome lived at 605 Walnut St. by 1928.  Mr. Jerome was born on 3-5-1877, in Fayetteville, and was a die caster for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Jerome was born about 1877, and died on 11-29-1962.  Mr. Jerome then moved to Elba, NY, and lied with his daughter until his death in December, 1968.  He was 91. They had:  Kate Eliza Jerome, who was born on 5-20-1900, married Ernest Spencer Pownall on 11-28-1917, and lived in Warsaw, NY, at her death on 10-20-1997, and George Edward Jerome, who was born on 3-21-1899, wed Helen Anna Voight on 6-14-1922, was a cabinet maker for the Stickley Furniture Co., lived in Lyndon and Fayetteville, and died on 7-4-1974. 

Edward Johnson and Gail Rossiter Johnson lived at 125 Cleveland Blvd. by 1942.  Mr. Johnson was born about 1901.  He was a 1924 civil engineering graduate of the University of Vermont, and a 1935 graduate of Harvard law school.  He was an attorney in Syracuse with the Bond, Schoeneck, and King firm, and a member of the local school board.  Mr. Johnson died 9-27-1949.  They had:  J. Jay Johnson, who lived in Baltimore, and David R. Johnson.   

Palmer K. Johnson and Julia Harris Johnson lived at 402 Warren St. by 1942, having lived previously at 1505 East Genesee St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Johnson was born on 1-11-1899, in Milwaukee,WI, and came to Fayetteville in 1930.  He was a foreman for the Aircooled Motors Co. in Liverpool, and then a die repairman for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Johnson was born on 9-29-1896, and was a native of East Syracuse.  The couple married about 1929, and came to Fayetteville.  Mr. Johnson died on 5-26-1958, and Mrs. Johnson died on 5-30-1983.

Roy A. Johnson and Rose Hogan Johnson lived at 307 Salt Spring Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Johnson was an industrial heating equipment salesman.  He was born on 1-29-1895, in Boone, IA.  Mrs. Johnson was born on 6-5-1896, and the couple married in Tioga, ND, on her 21st birthday.  They moved to Fayetteville in 1936.  Mrs. Johnson died on 9-12-1974.  Mr. Johnson died on 10-22-1984, at age 89.  The family shared their home with Mr. Johnson's parents, C. August Johnson, and Emma Lund Johnson.  C. A. Johnson was born about 1870, and was a farmer in IA before coming to Fayetteville about 1936.  He died on 3-10-1962.  Emma Johnson was born about 1864, and died on 12-15-1946.  Roy and Rose Johnson had:  Arlene Helen Johnson, who was a clerk at the McMillan Book Co., wed William F. Cummings, and lived in Fremont,  G. Alice Johnson, who married Paul T. Campbell about 1940, lived at 236 Salt Springs Rd., and died in 1989,  Mary Jane "Mimi" Johnson, who was born 1-16-1930, earned a master's degree from SUNY-Cortland, taught in Syracuse, wed David Rhys Roberts on 5-19-1951, had 10 children, was a Eucharistic Minister, lived in Manlius, and died on 8-5-2003, Lenore Johnson, who was born about 1932, wed George William Ryder, and lives in Jamesville, and Rose Elaine Johnson, who married Robert L. Hall, and resides in East Syracuse.  

Julia Crowley Johnston was born at 502 Warren St. about 1862.  Except for a few years when she lived in Syracuse, Mrs. Johnston lived her entire life in Fayetteville.  She was born about 1868, and married George L. Johnston.  Mr. Johnston was a native of Canada, and worked as a gardener.  He was born about 1864.  By 1930, Mrs. Johnston lived with her brother-in-law and sister, Peter N. LaRue and Mary Crowley LaRue.  In 1936, they moved from South Crouse Ave. in Syracuse, to live together in the Crowley family home on Warren St.  Mrs. Johnston  died on 7-30-1942--in the house in which she was born.  Mr. LaRue was born in Canada about 1858, and was an interior decorator and worked until just two weeks before his death on 7-31-1946, at the age of 88, and Mrs. LaRue died on 6-20-1949.  Mr. and Mrs. LaRue had:  John C. LaRue, who lived in Syracuse.

Aratha Mitchell Jones lived on the Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Mrs. Jones was born on 6-13-1914.  She was a live-in cook for the J. D. Taylor family, and later was a matron at Green Lake State Park.  She married Lester L. Halsey, Jr., a career member of the USMC, who served in WWII and Korea, and later was a correction officer at the County penitentiary in Jamesville. They lived at 121 Feeder St. when Mr. Halsey died on 10-28-1976, at age 53.  Mrs. Halsey died 2-27-1984, and was buried next to her husband in Arlington National Cemetery.  She is thought to have been a native of NC.  Mr. and Mrs. Halsey were among the few African Americans who lived in Fayetteville during this period.

Jennie Ann Jones lived at 210 West Genesee St. by 1928.  Miss Jones was born about 1863, and was the daughter of John Jones and Anne Jones.  She came to Fayetteville as a child, and later became a milliner, operating a shop from her home for many years.  Miss Jones contracted infantile paralysis (polio) as a youngster, but was able to operate her business and live independently until a few years before her death on 12-25-1943, at age 80.  Her obituary in the local newspaper said, "Her courage and sunny disposition were an inspiration to all who knew her."

John Robert "Bob" Jones and Marjorie Scherkenbach Jones lived at 521 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Jones was born in 1908, and was a USN veteran of WWII.  He received his master's degree from Syracuse University, and taught at  Frazer School, Eastwood High, and Central Tech, all in Syracuse.  Mrs. Jones was born in 1910, and was a native of Carver, MN.  She earned a BS degree from Syracuse, and taught in MN and in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Jones was struck and killed by a truck while crossing Manlius St. on 2-18-1957.  Mr. Jones later wed Jayne Raynor, and lived on Penwood Lane.  He died on 9-24-1993.  They had:  Jill Roberta Jones, who was born about 1947, attended Dunbarton College of Holy Cross, wed John Thomas McDonald on 9-6-1969, and lived in Magnolia, NJ..  

Wilbur M. Jones and Catherine Mabie Jones lived at 326 High Bridge St. by 1928.  Mr. Jones was born in February, 1867, in Manlius Center.  He was the president of the Fayetteville Bank, and also served as tax collector for the local school district.  Mr. Jones spent four years as supervisor of the Town of Manlius--the first Democrat to ever hold this office.  He was considered the "grand old man of scouting," having served 35 years as the leader of Fayetteville scouting, and was also president of the Fayetteville Library for 30 years.  Mr. Jones was wed previously to Blanch M. Jones.  She was born in February, 1873, and they were wed about 1919.  Mr. Jones married Catherine Mabie about 1929.  He died on 8-21-1946, and Catherine Jones, who was born about 1870, died on 3-10-1959, at the Masonic Home in Utica, NY.  (In various records, Mr. Jones' first name is often rendered as "Wilber.")

Howard G. Joslyn and Gladys Havill Joslyn lived at 117 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, and moved that same year to Minoa.  Mr. Joslyn was born on 7-4-1911, and was a toolmaker for the Beaver Tool and Die Co.   Mrs. Joslyn was born on 11-22-1911, and the couple wed on Thanksgiving Day, 1930.  The family later lived in Clearwater, FL, and Ontario, CA. Mr. Joslyn died in March, 1975.   Mrs. Joslyn lived in Parrish, FL, at her death on 10-11-1999.  They had:  Buster Joslyn, who was born in April, 1948, and Patricia Joslyn, who wed R. B. Price, and lived in  Parrish.

Anna Scoville Joyner lived at 203 Washington St. by 1942.  Mrs. Joyner was born about 1877, in Redfield, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1924.  She was the widow of Arthur Alva Joyner, who was born about 1874, worked as a mason, and died on 10-12-1930.  Mrs. Joyner moved to Cazenovia about 1954, and resided with her daughter, Mae Chapman.  She died on 10-19-1956.  They had:  Paul C. Joyner, who wed Bertha Niles, farmed in Watervale, and died on 2-25-1931, Arthur A. Joyner, Jr., who died of scarlet fever on 3-1-1931, Mae Joyner Jordan, who married Edward Chapman, worked at the Precision Castings Co., and resided in Cazenovia, James Mark Joyner, who  was born about 1900, was a mason and machine worker at the Precision Castings Co., married Mable Joyner on 10-11-1921, and divorced her in 1927, lived in Watervale, NY, and died on 9-10-1960, Elizabeth Joyner, who married Kermit Terwilliger in 1928, worked for the Carrier Corp., lived at 305 South Ave. in Syracuse, and died on 1-24-1946, Earl H. Joyner, who lived in Boonville, NY, Addie Joyner, who wed Herbert Trevett, and lived in Ellisburg, NY, and Ella Joyner Trevett, who married Albert Trevett, and lived in Mannsville, NY.  In 1931, Paul Joyner was a young farmer with a wife and daughter when all three of them became ill.  His 23 year old brother, Arthur, came and worked the farm during his sickness.  Paul's condition worsened and he was taken to the Syracuse Memorial Hospital where he soon died.  Arthur, too, became sick, and died four days following his brother. 

James Mark Joyner, Jr., and Clara Jane Frost Joyner lived at 206 East Genesee St. following their wedding about  1941.  They lived at 107 Center St. by 1942, and moved to Mattydale, NY, by 1946.  Mr. Joyner was born on 6-2-1922, and was an office worker at the W. P. Lipe Co. and served in WWII.  Mrs. Joyner was born on 5-13-1922, and grew up in Fayetteville.  The couple wed about 1941.  Mr. Joyner died on 8-8-1976, and Mrs. Joyner died on 12-8-1996.  They had:  James M. Joyner, who lived in AL, John Joyner, who lived in Syracuse, Robert Joyner, who lived in Liverpool, Martin Joyner, who died before 1996, Emily Joyner Carver, who lived in DeWitt, Mary Joyner Renetta, who lived in East Syracuse, Julia Ann Joyner Cantonetti, who was born in September, 1945, and lived in Las Vegas, NV, and Theresa Joyner Markinson, who lived in East Syracuse.

Mary Carens Kain lived at 110 Mechanic St. by 1942.  Mrs. Kain was the widow of John F. Kain, a night watchman.  Mr. Kain was born about 1875, and died on 12-28-1938.  Mrs. Kain was born about  1877, and died on 10-14-1955.  They had:  John Orville Kain, who served in WWII, wed Helen Walkinshaw on 10-5-1946, was a watchman at the Stickley Furniture Co., an inspector for the Precision Castings Co., and later worked for the Manlius Publishing Co., Harold Kain, who served in both WWI and WWII, was a salesman, and lived in Los Angeles, Allen Kain, who lived in Syracuse, 
Mrs. Eliott Hall, of Rye, NY, Jane Catherine Kain, who wed George Houseman of Fayetteville, (see their entry), and Mrs. Herbert Wells, who lived in Kirkville, NY.

Samuel Kanter and Janet Kanter lived at 114 Spring St. by 1942.  Mr. Kanter was born in Russia about 1882.  He was a dry goods merchant, and later was the proprietor of the Fayetteville Wine and Liquor store.  Mr. Kanter died on 9-15-1968, while living in Syracuse.  Mrs. Kanter was born about 1895, and the couple wed about 1916.  She was residing at 5 Ely Dr. in Lyndon at her death on 11-4-1979.  They had:  Harold T. Kanter, who was born 7-27-1918, was involved in operating the family liquor store, and lived in Gainesville, FL, at his death on 12-31-2006.

Thurston L. Keese and Josephine Hafner Keese lived at 114 East Genesee St. by 1942, and at 116 Walnut St. by 1948.  Dr. Keese was born 5-28-1908, and was a native of Syracuse.  He graduated from Princeton University, in 1931, and from the Syracuse University College of Medicine, in 1935.  He interned for two years at Cooper Hospital, in NJ, and went into practice in Fayetteville about 1937.  Dr. Keese spent three years abroad as an Army surgeon during WWII.  His father, Dr. J. Mumford Keese, assumed his practice during his son's absence.   Mrs. Keese was born about 1914, in Rothesay, Scotland. She was a graduate of the Cooper Hospital School of Nursing in Morristown. NJ, and worked with her husband in his practice.  Mrs. Keese died on 7-22-1984, and Dr. Keese died on 10-3-1986.  They had:  Susan Keese Shattuck, who attended Syracuse University, and lived in Homer, NY, Rebecca  Keese-Gray, who resided in Charlottesville, VA, and Pieter Keese, who married Sandra E. Truax in Fulton, NY, in 1968, and lived in Fayetteville.

John McDermott Kelley and Mildred Cathers Kelley lived at 405 Orchard St. by 1927, and on Salt Spring Rd. by 1951.  Mr. Kelley was born about 1896, and was a draftsman and an engineer for the Precision Castings Co.  On 9-8-1952, Mr. and Mrs. Kelley were killed in a two car accident in the hamlet of Buellville, which is on Rt. 92, about a mile and a half southeast of Manlius.  They had:  Patricia Kelley, who was born about 1926, was a clerk-typist for the Precision Castings Co., wed James Corbett, and lives in North Ft. Meyers, FL, and Margaret Marie "Marmy" Kelley, who married Arthur Sterritt, operated a gift shop, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 10-21-2003.  The accident that killed Mr. and Mrs. Kelley was, at the time, the worst traffic accident in the history of Onondaga County.  Six people died, and two others, including Patricia Kelley, were badly injured.  She was hospitalized about six weeks.

James J. Kendrick and Mary S. Kendrick lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Kendrick was born about 1907, and lived in Syracuse.  He was a service engineer for the Easy Washer Co., and later operated his own engineering supply firm on West Beldin Ave. in Syracuse.  The Kendrick home was destroyed in a fire on 12-30-1960, and the couple lived in Liverpool at Mr. Kendrick's death on 8-13-1975.

John Dominick Kenny and Grace Everingham Kenny lived at 114 North Burdick St. by 1927, and at 121 Redfield Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Kenny was born about 1893, and served in WWI.  He was a woodworker, and later became the assistant postmaster in Fayetteville.  He also served on the Manlius Town Board.  Mr. Kenny died on 4-5-1954.  Mrs. Kenny was born on 11-9-1891, and was the owner of the K&M Cleaners and Men's Shop at 415 East Genesee St.  Following her husband's death she was appointed to fill his unexpired term on the town board, thereby becoming the first woman to serve in this position.  Later she was a clerk for the town supervisor.  Mrs. Kenny's aunt, Mrs. Alice Duke Steadman lived with the family.  Mrs. Steadman was born about 1853, and was the widow of Elisha Steadman, whom she wed about 1870.  She was a founder of the local OES and served as the group's first matron.  Mrs. Steadman died on 11-5-1942.   Mrs. Kenny died 7-25-1977.  They had:  Marie Antoinette Kenny, who was born on 10-8-1930, married Albert Thomas Myers on 4-27-1951, graduated from Syracuse University, was the director of pupil personnel services for Fayetteville-Manlius schools, and resided in Fayetteville at her death on 12-27-2000.  

John Sydney Kenville and Hellen DeLong Kenville lived at 224 West Genesee St. by 1942, and at 100 Sims Pl. by 1960.  Mr. Kenville was born 12-7-1912, and was a native of Brockville, Ontario, Canada.  He came to the US about 1936, and was a member of the NYS National Guard during WWII.  Mr. Kenville was a construction worker, a toolmaker, and later the transportation superintendent at Jamesville-DeWitt HS.  Mrs. Kenville was born on 3-26-1908, and the couple wed on 8-1-1936.  She was a native of Lacona, NY, and worked for King Labs as a machine operator.  Mr. Kenville died on 3-11-1973, and Mrs. Kenville died on 5-28-1982.  They had:  Alice Kenville, who wed William W. Klein, and lived on Mill St. in Fayetteville.

Margaret Lynch Keohane lived at 124 East Genesee St. by 1927.  Mrs. Keohane was born about 1869, and was a clerk. in the local tax office.  She was the widow of Patrick H. Keohane, whom she married about 1898.  Mr. keohane was the manager of a cement company, and was very active in local causes.  He was born about 1868, and died on 3-21-1911.  Following Mr. Keohan's death, Mrs. Keohane's unmarried brother, Daniel A. Lynch, and unmarried sister, Mary Lynch, lived with her.  Mr. Lynch was born about 1862, and worked on the village highway crew.  He died on 9-25-1934. Miss Lynch was born about 1861, and died on 9-12-1944.  Mrs. Keohane died on 1-5-1958. 

Milton Oliver Kepler lived on West Genesee Turnpike by 1942, having resided previously at 1316 East Genesee St. in Syracuse  Mr. Kepler was born on 5-8-1880, in Johnsville, OH.  He was president of the Kepler-Merrell Motor Co. in Syracuse, and later supervised the Palmer Homestead Farms, at 7189 East Genesee St.  His wife, Harriet Asenath Palmer Kepler was born on 7-3-1901, and grew up in this homestead that was completed in 1825.  She was the daughter of Asa Cady Palmer, a Civil War officer, farmer, and politician.  After Mr. Palmer's death on 5-23-1917, Miss Palmer inherited his estate, worth about $250,000.  Litigation involving lurid tales--for the times--of illegitimacy and imposture delayed the final settlement, but the local paper described Miss Palmer as an "heiress" when she eloped to Utica, NY, and married Mr. Kepler on 12-13-1919.  They divorced in FL in 1932, and Mrs. Kepler married Julien Wood, Sr., in Jacksonville, FL, on 9-2-1932, and resided in Edenton, NC, before returning to Fayetteville in 1943.  At some point the couple returned to Edenton, and Mr. Wood, who was born in NC on 3-31-1895, died in Edenton on 11-14-1963.  Mrs. Harriet Palmer Kepler Wood lived there at her death on 3-7-1983.  Mr. and Mrs. Wood had:  Julien Wood, III, who was born in July, 1933, Henry Palmer Wood, who was born in April, 1936, wed Ronali Wood, and resides in Lake Wales, FL, and Harriet Palmer Wood, who was born in August, 1937.   Mr. Kepler wed Mrs. Minta Brown Purchase about 1935.  She was the widow of Grove V. Purchase who died in 1934.  Minta Kepler died on 4-30-1936, a suicide.  It is possible that Mr. Kepler, Sr., was married previously, and may have had a daughter, Dottie Kepler, who was born about 1909 in CA.   Mr. Kepler's sister, Dorothy Kepler White, lived with him by about 1940, and until his death in 1943.  She was born on 4-27-1882, and was married to Rice Warren White.   Mr. Kepler was in Mt. Dora, FL, at his death on 4-1-1943.  Milton and Harriet Kepler had:  Dr. Milton O. Kepler, Jr., who was born on 12-12-1920, married Georgia Constance Leventis, was a pediatrician, wrote "Medical Stewardship," a text on medical ethics, was an art collector, and resided in Santa Fe, NM, at his death on 3-27-1995, Barbara Ann Kepler, who was born on 9-1-1922, secondly married Norbert Holmes Clare about 1948, and lived in NYC at her death on 5-30-1998, Marcia Joan Kepler, who was born 2-7-1925, married Nelson Bauer Crandall, and lives in Tarboro, NC, and Cady Palmer Kepler, who was born on 8-12-1927, graduated from Syracuse University in 1950, married Nancy Margaret Roberts, and lives in Chittenango and Fayetteville.  Dr. Kepler had an unusual, eclectic, educational background.  He earned a bachelor's in engineering, and his MD from Syracuse University, a master's in theology from George Washington University, and a master's of public health from the University of Texas.  Dr. Kepler served as a medical missionary in Alaska, Guatemala, and Vietnam, and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro when he was 72.  Dr. Kepler believed all Americans were entitled to excellent medical care and vigorously campaigned for a national health plan.  The Fayetteville library contains copies of a family history and other genealogical research compiled by Nancy Margaret Roberts Kepler.    

Eugene A. Kerley and Mabel Shields Kerley lived at 222 Redfield Ave. by 1942, having lived earlier at 616 Almond St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Kerley was born about 1870.  He was a civil engineer for City of Syracuse, and was also associated with his brother, John F. Kerley, in the real estate and insurance business.  Mrs. Kerley was born about 1881, and the couple wed about 1899.  They had:  Eugene C. Kerley, who was born about 1902.

Cecil J. Kerslake and Cornelia Grenelle Kerslake lived at 248 Salt Springs St. by 1942.  Mr. Kerslake was born on 5-25-1888, in Holcombe Rogues, Devon, England, and came to this country in 1912.  He was a veteran of WWI, and resided in NYC, and Rochester, NY, before moving to Fayetteville in 1930.   Mr. Kerslake was a representative for a St. Louis firm that offered piano training.  Mrs. Kerslake was born in Rochester 7-22-1898. She graduated from the University of Rochester, and was a cellist and musical arranger.  Mr. Kerslake died on 7-27-1977, and Mrs. Kerslake died on 9-18-1982.  They had:  Carol J. Kerslake, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1950, married Oliver G. Gridley, (see his listing), and lives at 5700 Townsend Rd. in Fayetteville.

Charles M. Kessler and Henrietta Hursh Kessler lived at 209 Franklin St. by 1927, having lived before on Green St.  Mr. Kessler was born in PA, about 1865.  He graduated from Penn State, where he helped organize its first football team.  The family came to Fayetteville about 1902, and Mr. Kessler was the secretary-treasurer of the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mr. Kessler was elected mayor of Fayetteville in 1933, and served with distinction for 18 years.  Mrs. Kessler was born about 1871, in Newville, NY, and the couple married about 1892.  Mayor Kessler died on 11-16-1953, and Mrs. Kessler died on 10-18-1957.  They had:  Don H. Kessler, who was born about 1894, graduated in 1920 from Cornell University, wed Elizabeth Porter, was a landscape architect, and lived in Pinehurst, NC, at his death on 6-30-1983.  In 1909, Don Kessler compiled a diary which told of life in Fayetteville in that period.

Minnie Evelyn Atwater Kessler lived on West Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mrs. Kessler was the widow of Henry William Kessler.  Mr. Kessler was born about 1860, and moved from Cleveland, OH, to Fayetteville about 1922.  He was a manufacturing chemist and was the brother of Charles Kessler, the mayor of Fayetteville.  (See the listing above.)  Mr. Kessler died on 4-1-1939.  Mrs. Kessler was born in Mt. Pleasant, PA, about 1861, and died on 5-6-1953, at age 91.  They had:  Katharine Kessler Stanier McCaslin, (see the Stanier listing), and Carl Kessler, who lived in DeWitt.

Charles S. Keyes and Kathleen Frazier Keyes lived on Salt Spring Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Keyes was born on 2-24-1897, in NE.  He was a salesman for the Gibson Art Co., and later owned Ebelings Seed and Hardware Co. at 219 South Warren St. in Syracuse.  His mother, Elizabeth Wade Keyes, who was born about 1873, lived with the family until her death on 1-28-1949.  Mrs. Keyes was born in MA, on 12-5-1897.  She was married previously to a Mr. Cass, and by him had a son, William Cass, who was born about 1920.  Mr. and Mrs. Keyes moved to Clearwater Beach, FL, in 1966.  She died in April, 1983, and he died on 11-4-1983.  They had:  William Randall Keyes, who was born in Peabody, MA, on 7-30-1920, attended St. Lawrence University, served in the USN during WWII, married Esther Adeline Konvicka on 8-6-1944, was a division manager for the Gibson Greeting Card Co., and lived in St. Petersburg at his death on 12-17-2002.

Robert Franklin Kimber and Ida Hornbeck Kimber lived at 313 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Kimber was born on 8-28-1878, in Brooklyn, and came to Fayetteville about 1919.  He was a traveling salesman for the Firth-Sterling Steel Co. Mr. Kimber wed Jennie Spencer in Brooklyn about 1899.  He next married Ethel Mary Hilliard, a native of Brockville, Ontario, Canada, about 1916.  They divorced in 1925.  He then married Ida Hornbeck in Syracuse on 6-10-1940.  She  was born in Corning, NY, on 1-7-1903, and had come to the Kimber residence in 1927 as a housekeeper.  Mrs. Kimber was a nature photographer, musician, and historian.  She sang professionally  during the 1930's and 1940's.  Mrs. Kimber was also active in politics, and was a prolific contributor of "letters to the editor" for various newspapers.  Her obituary referred to her as a "civic watchdog."  Mr. Kimber died on 9-4-1944, and Ida Kimber died on 11-7-1994, at age 91.  From his marriage to Jennie Spencer, Mr. Kimber had Hazel Kimber Scott, who resided in Erie, PA, and from his marriage to Ethel M. Hilliard, Mr. Kimber had Berhill Franklyn Kimber, who was born on 4-13-1917, in Woodhaven, NY, married Esther Louise Burton on 4-5-1940, and Eleanor Barbara Six on 9-13-1952, was a quality control engineer, and lived in Kingston, PA, at his death on 4-19-2007, at age 90.

John S. Kincaid and Lida Shepardson Kincaid lived at 218 High Bridge St. by 1927.  Mr. Kincaid was born about 1887, and worked 20 years as an electrician for the CNY Power Corp.  Mrs. Kincaid was born and raised in Poolville, NY.  She came to Fayetteville about 1919, and was very active in the OES.  Her mother, Mary Hartjen Shepardson, the widow of Harry R. Shepardson, lived with the couple at her death in April, 1927.  Mrs. Kincaid died on 2-25-1942, and Mr. Kincaid died on 12-14-1942.   

George M. King and Lettie Hooks King lived at 410 Elm St. by 1922, at 106 John St. by 1942, and later resided in Minoa.  Mr. King was born about 1890, and was a die caster and a guard for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. King, a native of Little Falls, NY, was born in June, 1884, and the couple wed about 1912.  She was residing at 108 North St. in Manlius when she died on 3-3-1970.  They had:  a daughter who was born about 1913, Robert King, (see his listing below), and Marjorie A. King, who was born about 1918, and died on 11-12-1955, in Chicago.

Robert J. King and Etta Lola David King lived at 103 Chapel St. by 1942.  Mr. King was born on 12-3-1919, and served in WWII.  He was a shipping clerk for the Precision Castings Co. and later worked for General Electric.  Mrs. King was a native of East Syracuse, and the wedding occurred on 12-6-1940.  Mr. King died in Syracuse, at age 73, on 7-4-1993.  He was the son of George King, (see his listing above).  They had:  Patricia King Kurtz, who lived in Liverpool, Deborah King Curinga, of Cicero, Timothy King, of Charleston, SC, and Robert "Rick" King, who lived in Kirkville.

Adam J. Kingson and Alexandra Kingson lived on High Bridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Kingson was born in 1872.  He was a farmer, and fruit grower.  Mrs. Kingson was born about 1882, and died on 5-14-1942.  Mr. Kingson died on 7-12-1942.  They had:  Helen Kingson, who was an office worker in Syracuse, and Joseph Edward Kingson, who was born about 1917, served in the USN, and lived in Williamsport, PA.   

Elbridge Hale Kinne lived in his mother's home on West Genesee Turnpike by 1942, when he married Myra Catherine Kimbrell Kinne.  They lived at 303 Cornwall Dr. by 1953, and by 1960 were in Fayetteville.  Mr. Kinne was born 2-1-1913, in Syracuse.  He retired in 1978, after 35 years with the Lipe Rollway Bearing Co., where he was an industrial engineer and a purchasing agent.  Mrs. Kinne, who was born in Fort Mill, SC, on 9-15-1916, came to Fayetteville as a teenager, and married Mr. Kinne on her 26th birthday.  Mrs. Kinne originally came to the area with her mother, Myra Adelia Fravor Kimbrell, and they operated the Carolina Restaurant  in Fayetteville for several years.  Mrs. Kinne also was a self-employed seamstress for 30 years.  Both Kinnes died in the Cortland Care Center, Mr. Kinne on 1-16-2002, and Mrs. Kinne on 6-19-2003.  Their children:  Elbridge Kimbrell Kinne, who resides at 604 Clinton St., and Elizabeth Kinne Luke, who lives in DeRuyter, NY.

Marie Marjorie Hale Kinne lived on West Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mrs. Kinne was the widow of Elbridge Potter Kinne, a real estate agent, whom she wed on 1-1-1912.  Mr. Kinne was born in Syracuse on 11-1-1886, and died on 11-2-1922, at age 36.  Mrs. Kinne was born on 3-15-1889, in Syracuse, and moved back there in 1955.  She was residing with her daughter, Lucille, at 516 Greenwood Place at her death on 2-23-1963.  Their children:  Elbridge H. Kinne, (see above entry), Mariam Kinne, who married George D. Ruby, and resided in Sun City, AZ, and Lucille E. Kinne, who was born about 1914, was a secretary at Lincoln National Bank, retired in 1968 as an office manager at Dick Typesetting, and died on 1-26-1999.

James P. Kinsella and Yvonne Kershaw Kinsella lived at 402 Spring St. by 1928.  Mr. Kinsella was born in 1891, and was a truck driver for NYS.  Mrs. Kinsella was born on 4-12-1900, and lived with her family at 207 Elm St. before her marriage.  She was a teacher in the Fayetteville schools for many years.  Mr. Kinsella was active in local Democratic politics.  He died on 3-31-1950, and Mrs. Kinsella died on 3-31-1998, at age 98.  They had:  James Kinsella, Jr., who was born on 11-27-1926, served in the USN during WWII, married Mary Anne Moran, received a master's degree from Niagara University in 1952, worked in the personnel department at General Electric, served on the local school board, lived at 319 Washington Blvd., and died on 2-23-1999, Francis R. Kinsella , who served in the USN before attending St. Bonaventure College, Ella Katherine Kinsella, who was born about 1928, worked in the office at Burhans & Black, and as a receptionist for the Diocese of Syracuse, married James Kearney about 1949, and lived in Manlius at her death on 5-13-2000, Nancy Kinsella Brown, who attended RIT, and lived in Albany, NY, at her death on 8-24-1980, and Daniel J. Kinsella, who graduated from LeMoyne College in 1962, was a teacher and served on the Village board. 

Thomas H. Kinsella and Lucy Pieterek Kinsella lived at 504 Orchard St. by 1942, and later lived at 203 Brooklea Dr.  Mr. Kinsella was born in 1900, and grew up in Fayetteville.  He was a coal dealer at 535 East Genesee St., and also owned gravel and trucking interests.  Mrs. Kinsella was born in 1914, and was a native of Bismarck, ND.  She operated a used clothing shop.  Mr. Kinsella died on 2-7-1967, and Mrs. Kinsella died on 3-23-1993.  They had:  Mary Kinsella, who married John Geariety, and lived in Fayetteville, Thomas P. Kinsella, who was born on 3-6-1937, wed Valerie LaPointe, assisted in his father's business, lived at 402 Spring St., and died on 6-26-1979, Joan Kinsella, who attended SUNY at Cobleskill, and lived in Fayetteville, and John J. Kinsella, who attended CCBI, (Central City Business Institute), and lived in Fayetteville.

Leo A. Kline and Hilda Kelley Kline lived on Brooklea Dr. before moving to 104 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Kline was born in West Martinsburg, NY, about 1915, and served in the USN during WWII.  He worked for the McIntyre Paper Co., but In 1947, he founded the Leo A. Kline Co. to sell and install wooden storm windows.  The management of the firm passed to their son, Paul, upon Mr. Kline's death on 6-22-1967, and it is now a major factor in the CNY home improvement industry.  Mr. Kline moved to North Syracuse in 1953. At his death he was wed to Mary C. Kline, who lived in Carthage, NY.  Mr.  Kline had:  Nancy Kline, who was born about 1940, married and divorced Ronald H. Krug, and lived in North Syracuse, a daughter who married Leon Matthews, and lived in Auburn, NY, and Paul R. Kline, who married Helen H. Markowski on 9-30-1967, operated the family business, and lives in North Syracuse.

Otto Paul Kling lived at 400 Warren St. by 1942.  Mr. Kling was born on 3-24-1901.  He was the son of Rev. Chauncey V. Kling, an Episcopal minister, and Rosa Turk Kling.  Mr. Kling grew up in several places including Waterford, NY, Tulsa, OK, and Troy, NY.  While in Fayetteville, he was a pharmacist at J. P. White's Rexall drug store.  Mr. Kling was injured while serving in the Aleutian Islands during WWII.  He moved to Gloversville, NY, in 1943, after being discharged.  Mr. Kling was residing in Sayre, PA, at his death on 7-26-1961.

Arthur V. Klock lived at 207 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Klock was born in June, 1870, and worked as the proprietor of a produce firm.  His wife, Mary Bertha Johnson, was born on 11-4-1877, and the couple married about 1898.  They lived for many years at 151 East Warrington Rd. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Klock died on 10-13-1939.   They had:  Gerald R. Klock, who was born in November, 1897, Harold Klock, with whom Mr. Klock lived, (see the next entry), Marjorie Klock Strall, who was born about 1903, and lived in Syracuse, and Bethel Klock Sebring, who was born about 1912, and lived in Hartford, CT. 

Harold A. Klock and Mabel Mapstone Klock lived at 208 Warren St. by 1930, and at 207 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Klock was born on 4-26-1902, and although a native of Parish, lived most of his life in Fayetteville.  He worked in a grocery store and was a fruit and vegetable broker.  Mr. Klock also was a collector and repairer of antique clocks, eventually accumulating one of the largest collections in the state.  Mrs. Klock, a native of Auburn, was born about 1905, and the couple wed on 7-4-1923.  Mrs. Klock died on 11-22-1969, and Mr. Klock died on 1-30-1989.  They had:  Barbara Klock, who married Jack Lyons, and lived in Naples, NY, and Joyce Klock, who married Henry Wightman, Jr., and resided in Camillus, NY.  (Mr. Klock's father, Arthur V. Klock, shared their home in 1942.  See the listing above.)   

Carroll Duff Knapp and Harriet Beebe Collin Knapp lived at 419 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier in Albany, Buffalo, and at 206 Crawford Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Knapp was born in Fayetteville about 1884.  He was a partner with the Munroe, Evleth, and Knapp insurance agency, and was also a director of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association.  Mrs. Knapp was born on 2-18-1881, in Fayetteville.  She graduated from Smith College in 1903, and taught in the Fayetteville schools before the couple married on 9-2-1909.  Mrs. Knapp was the head of the board of directors of the YWCA in Syracuse, and upon moving to Fayetteville became president of the local library board.  The couple lived at Mr. Knapp's boyhood home, Indian Oven Farm, on E. Genesee Turnpike at their deaths.  Mr. Knapp died on 3-24-1957, and Mrs. Knapp died on 12-18-1971, at age 90.  They had a daughter, Betsy Knapp, who was born in 1910, graduated from Smith College in 1932, was an official with the League of Women Voters, and the WPA and other federal agencies in Washington, DC, before returning to Fayetteville in 1952, became head of the Maxwell School's library at Syracuse University, and died on 3-4-1993, at her family home.  Mrs. Knapp's parents, Charles Collin and Sarah Gillett Collin, also lived in Fayetteville, (see their entry), as did Mr. Knapp's brother, Ernest Knapp, (see below).

Ernest Clayton Knapp and Bertha Scribner Knapp lived at 203 Warren St. by 1928.  Mr. Knapp, a life resident of the area, was born about 1874, and attended Colgate Academy.  He was a manufacturer's representative for furniture companies.  Mrs. Knapp, a native of Northville, NY, was born about 1882, and the couple married about 1921.  She sold real estate for the Ketcham Realty Co.  Mr. Knapp died on 3-12-1957, and Mrs. Knapp died on 9-8-1966.  Their children: Bertha Jane Knapp, who was born on 12-27-1924, and died in 1930, Katherine Frances Knapp, who was born on 2-8-1922, worked in the office at the Syracuse Container Co., married Walter H. Braun, and resided in Devon, PA, Martha Jane Knapp, who was born about 1925, and died on 9-22-1936, and Lt. Joel Ernest Knapp, who was born 8-12-1923, was a much decorated bomber pilot in WWII, married Phyllis Jane Paape on 12-30-1945, graduated from Syracuse University, was an air traffic ontroller, and lived in Anderson, IN, at his death on 5-17-2004.  Mrs. Knapp's neice, Miss Betty Scribner, lived with the family by 1942.  She worked in the office of the General Foods Co., and was the daughter of Eugene D. Scribner, an attorney in Gloversville, NY, who died in May, 1935.      

Lansford E. Knapp, Jr., and Inez Becker Knapp lived at 301 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Knapp, a native of Syracuse, was born on 9-23-1902, and was an electrical engineer for the Solvay Process Co.  Mrs. Knapp was born on 7-8-1906, and the couple wed about 1926.  By 1948, the family had moved to Manlius and resided there about 1957 when Mr. Knapp accepted a position in Puerto Rico as a chief power engineer.  They resided in PR at Mr. Knapp's death while visiting a son in PA on 7-3-1965.  Mrs. Knapp later wed a Mr. Schermerhorn.  Following his death, she moved to AZ, where she resided at her death on 3-3-1996.   Mr. and Mrs. Knapp had:  Barbara Knapp, who was born about 1927, wed Richard K. Foringer on 3-19-1949, and lived in Manlius before moving to West Monterey, PA, Lansford Knapp, III, who was born in 1929, and resided in Hatfield, PA, Richard A. Knapp, who lived in Mesa, AZ, Thomas H. Knapp, who lived in Mottville, NY, and Sally Becker Bailey, who also lived in Mesa.   

Donald K. Knesel lived on the Reservoir Rd. (Duguid Rd.) by 1942, at 214 Highbridge St. by 1960, and at 414 E. Genesee St. by 1986.  Mr. Knesel was born on 11-3-1910, and was the son of Charles H. Knesel and Gertrude Keller Knesel.  He was a native of Lebanon, PA, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1932.  Mr. Knesel worked in the purchasing department at the University for 10 years, and later was the purchasing director of the Lamson Corp.  He was involved with Adirondack Woodcraft Camps in Old Forge for many years.  Mr. Knesel died on 12-7-1986.  His brother, Charles F. Knesel, was a research chemist in Oak Ridge, TN.

Charles O. Knighton and Lennie Bennett Knighton lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Knighton was born in AL about 1903.  He worked as a boilermaker for the NYC railroad, and served in WWII.  Mrs. Knighton was born on 8-2-1908, and was also a native of AL.  She was a private duty nurse.  The Knightons had just moved to 308 Hawley Ave. in Syracuse when Mr. Knighton died on 6-3-1951.  He was accidentally struck and killed by an auto near Canastota, NY.  Mrs. Knighton remained in the home on Hawley Ave. until about 1989, when she moved to 7116 North Manlius Rd. in Kirkville.  She died on 10-22-1995.  They had:  Everett Knighton, who was born about 1931, married Martha Lundgren about 1954, was a truck driver and antique dealer, and lived in Minoa at his death on 9-25-2006.

P. Russell Knowles and Julia Lore Knowles lived at 108 Green St. by 1942, at 602 Orchard St. by 1948, and moved to Jamesville in 1951.  Mr. Knowles was born in Manila, Phillipine Islands, about 1908.  He worked as a design engineer and production control manager during a 35 year career with the Carrier Corp.  Mr. and Mrs. Knowles established a horse training facility in Jamesville that they called "Happy Echoes Farm."  Both were very active in national horse organizations, and Mr. Knowles was the announcer at many shows.  Mrs. Knowles was born about 1912 in Millville, NJ.  She was the daughter of Rev. Olin C. Lore and Anna B. Lore, and moved from NJ to Fayetteville with her family in 1937.  Mr. Knowles died on 5-18-1968, and Mrs. Knowles died on 3-22-2006, in Clarksville, IN.  They had:  Barbara Knowles Sidway Wolverton, who was born about 1932, and lives in Clarksville, Julia Knowles Martin, who was born about 1930, and died before 2006, and Marilyn Knowles Dixon, who lives in Jamesville.  

Jessie Adelaine Osborne Konvicka lived at 547 East Genesee St. by 1928.  Mrs. Konvicka was the widow of William Nelson Konvicka, whom she wed on 6-30-1920.  Mr. Konvicka was born about 1886 and served in WWI.  He was a machinist, and died on 10-28-1941.  Mrs. Konvicka was born in Eagle Village in 1897.  She taught in rural schools before raising her children, and was an artist, a poet, and an expert on local history.  Mrs. Konvicka married Merritt J. Hopkins, on 7-1-1950, and they resided at 707 Allen St. in Syracuse.  In 1972, Mrs. Konvicka-Hopkins was again widowed, and she moved back to Fayetteville, living in an apartment at 301 Orchard St.  She was active in the United Church and was one of the first women elected to its board of deacons.  Mrs. Konvicka-Hopkins was active in many other charitable and civic causes.  She died on 1-22-1990, at age 93.  Mr. and Mrs. Konvicka had:  Johannah A. Konvicka, who was born about 1921, and died on 9-18-1933, Esther Adelaine Konvicka, who was a telephone operator for the NY Telephone Co., wed William Randall Keyes, on 8-6-1944, and lives in St. Petersburg, FL, Ruth Elizabeth Konvicka, who was a dental assistant, wed Harold C. Ware in 1955, and lives in Fayetteville, Claire Konvicka, who was born about 1929, married Donald Kress, sold real estate, and resided at 5133 Hoag Lane at her death on 6-15-1991, William Konvicka, Jr., who was wounded by Japanese bombers during WWII,  and lives in Salt Lake City, UT, Frances Margaret Konvivka, who worked for the Iroquois Publishing Co., married Edward Nash on 1-20-1951, and later a Mr. Hitchcock, and lives in St. Petersburg, FL, Charles Konvicka, who served in the USN, was a construction equipment operator, wed Barbara Curtis, and resided in Pinellas Park, FL, at his death on 4-1-2010, and Frederick Konvicka, who was born 3-2-1928, wed Barbara Van Deusen on 6-11-1949, lived in Minoa, and died on 5-10-1997.

Emil M. Kotz and Pauline Slauble Kotz lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Kotz was born in January, 1863, and was a dry goods merchant and a member of the Syracuse parks planning board.  He was active in civic affairs and in Democratic politics.  Mrs. Kotz was born in Syracuse in September, 1863, and the couple married on 11-9-1886.  She died on 1-16-1947, and Mr. Kotz died on 5-13-1950.  They had:  Arthur Francis Kotz, who was born on 9-6-1895, married Lenore Kotz about 1919, was a store buyer, resided at 121 McLennan Dr., and died in June, 1984, Emil Frederick Kotz, who was born on 8-24-1887, married Marie Hopkins, was an engineer for the Solvay Process Corp., lived at 1904 James St. in Syracuse, and died on 9-25-1947, Leonard C. Kotz, who was born in June, 1989, wed Belia Drescher, operated a furniture store, and resided at 118 Hixson Ave. in Syracuse at his death on 1-21-1966, and Raymond C. Kotz, who was born about 1892, wed Edna Frey in September, 1915, contracted polio and died on 11-11-1916.  Raymond Kotz became ill just after casting his first vote on 11-7-1916, and died four days later, at 23.

Arthur J. Krebs and Isabelle Cheney Krebs lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942, on Salt Springs St. by 1943, and at 216 Redfield Ave. in 1944.  Mr. Krebs was born on 5-10-1911, and was a truck dispatcher and later the terminal manager for the Frontier Delivery Co.  Mrs. Krebs was born on 7-12-1914, and the couple married in Syracuse on 7-30-1937.  She worked as a secretary for the Fayetteville schools.  The couple moved to Sun City Center, FL, about 1974.  Mr. Krebs died on 5-27-2000, and Mrs. Krebs died on 2-5-2003.  They had:  James Arthur Krebs, and Kay Suzanne Krebs, who was born in July, 1946.

Hubert Henry Kronen and Louise D. Kronen lived at 210 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Kronen was born on 12-13-1897, and was an investment broker with offices in the State Tower Building in Syracuse.  By 1945, the couple lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and resided in the Los Angeles area by 1950.  Mr. Kronen resided in Santa Barbara, CA, at his death on 1-27-1981.  Mrs. Kronen was born on 6-10-1903, and died in CA on 2-13-1989.  They had:  John D. Kronen, who was born about 1925, served in the USN during WWII, and worked for the Carrier Corp. in Caracas, Venezuela, and a daughter.

Josephine Clinkenbeard Ladbrook lived at 115 Chapel St. by 1925, and at 228 Salt Springs St. by 1942.   Mrs. Ladbrook was born on 1-11-1889, and was a voice and piano instructor.  She was the widow of The Rev. Ernest R. Ladbrook, who was born about 1876, and served nearly 12 years as the rector of the Trinity Episcopal Church.  He was a native of Eden Bridge, Kent, England, and graduated from Trinity College.  The couple married in Louisville, KY, in September, 1912.  Mrs. Ladbrook's widowed mother, Mrs. Elsie Clinkenbeard, lived with her daughter and son-in-law by 1930, and resided in Fayetteville until her death on 6-1-1938.  Rev. Ladbrook died on 10-17-1936, and the local newspaper's headline read, "Church Filled By Those Paying Last Respcts To Man of God."  Mrs. Ladbrook moved to Cincinnati, OH, in 1968, and lived there at her death in January, 1984.   

Elizabeth Kelsey Ladd lived at 329 Brooklea Dr. (North Mill St.) by 1930.  Mrs. Ladd was born about 1878, and was a native of Groton, NY.  She was the widow of William C. Ladd.  They wed about 1903, and came to Fayetteville in 1912--having lived previously in Madison County, NY.  Mr. Ladd was the factory superintendent for the Merrill-Soule Co., a canning firm.  He also was a bank director and served four terms as Supervisor for the Town of Manlius.  He was born about 1873, and died suddenly on 12-21-1936.  Mrs. Ladd died at home on 2-13-1975, at age 96.  They had:  Doris I. Ladd, who was born on 8-3-1907, worked in the office at the Precision Castings Co., wed Victor A. Crary, Jr., in 1936, and lived at 200 Spring St. at her death at age 90 on 3-12-1998, William K. Ladd, who was born on 2-13-1915, resided in the Tampa, FL, area, and died on 3-31-2001, and Marjorie Ladd, who was born about 1904, was a goverment clerk, wed a Mr. Gray, then Michael A. McCarthy on 7-15-1942, and lived in Washington, DC, before moving to Oneida, NY.

Horace J. "Speed" LaDouceur and Phyllis Elizabeth Wilcox LaDouceur lived at 300 Clinton St. by 1942, and on Maple Dr. in Lyndon by 1945.   Mr. LaDouceur was born in Ottawa, Canada, about 1911.  He worked as a metallurgist at the Sanderson Co., and later worked for the Loblaw grocery chain.  Mrs. Ladouceur, a native of Fayetteville, and was the daughter of S. T. Wilcox, (see his listing). She was born about 1908, and first married George Frederick Morrison on 2-25-1926.  She retired from the Agway Corp. in 1976.  The couple lived about 20 years at 102 Paton Ave. in Fremont, and by Mr. LaDouceur's death on 7-6-1972, they were living at 121 LaFayette Rd. in Syracuse.  Mrs. LaDouceur moved to North Syracuse about 1974, and resided there at her death on 7-22-1990.  They had:  Peter Alex LaDouceur, who was born about 1947, went to the Kendall School of Design and received an art degree from Onondaga Community College, wed Alice Mary Wolf about 1972, and lived in Elbridge, NY, and Philip LaDouceur, who was born in November, 1950, married Gertrude Miller on 8-11-1984, and lived in Chapel Hill, NC.

Walter H. Lake and Rose Darling Lake lived at 107 Thompson St. by 1928, and at 110 Center St. in 1940.  Mr. Lake was born on 8-7-1893, and was a machinist and an electric welder at the Solvay Process Co.  Mrs. Lake was born on 8-16- 1899.  The couple wed in April, 1917, and moved to Fayetteville.  Mr. Lake enjoyed composing poems, and did so until his death on 11-4-1970.  Mrs. Lake was living at 6650 Woodchuck Hill Rd. when she died on 5-18-1973.  They had:  Doris Jane Lake, who was born on 6-13-1918, wed Leo Maurice Montgomery on 9-11-1937, and then John W. Peters, lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd., and died on 2-27-1993.

Arthur H. Lambert and Mary Alice Elizabeth Fenner Lambert lived at 245 Salt Springs St. by 1930, in a home built by Mrs. Lambert's father.  Mr. Lambert was born 7-16-1902, and came to Fayetteville about 1923.  He was a rater for the NYS Fire Insurance Rating Organization for 44 years before retiring in 1969.  Mrs. Lambert was born in Syracuse on 10-3-1907, and the couple wed in July, 1927.  She was a real estate agent, and a librarian at The Manlius School.  Mr. Lambert died on 1-17-1973, and Mrs. Lambert died in Tucson on 2-22-2004, at age 96.  They had:  Arthur Lambert, Jr., who was born about 1929, graduated from the College of Forestry at Syracuse University in 1950, was a chemist with the Container Corp. of America, and lives in Los Angeles, and Christopher J. Lambert, who was in the US Coast Guard during WWII, and lives in Tucson.  Mr. Lambert, Sr., was a vestryman at Trinity Episcopal Church, where his father, the Rev. Christopher Lambert, served as rector. 

William B. Lambert and Ellen LeBeau Lambert lived at 255 Salt Springs St. by 1942.  Mr. Lambert was born on 1-27-1916, in Sherburne, NY.  He worked as a clerk at the Precision Castings Co., before serving as a B-17 pilot during WWII.  He retired as vice president of the Harden Furniture Co.  Continuing a family tradition, Mr. Lambert, was an Eagle Scout and an Episcopal lay reader.  Mrs. Lambert was born in Fernwood, NY, on 10-23-1915, and graduated from Fayetteville high school in 1933.  The family moved to Williamstown, NY, about 1947, then lived in McConnellsville, NY, and moved to Hendersonville, NC, about 1980.  Mr. Lambert died on 2-19-1998, and Mrs. Lambert died 7-14-2007.  They had:  William Lambert, Jr.  who resides in Hendersonville.  Mr. Lambert's brother, Arthur Lambert, also lived in Fayetteville, (see the entry above). 

Carl J. Lampert and Lillian Victoria Ruthven Lampert lived at 204 West Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Lampert was born on 9-7-1891.  He and Mrs. Lampert married about 1911, and were antique dealers in Fayetteville for many years.  Mr. Lampert died on 4-15-1970.  Mrs. Lampert, was born on 8-28-1890, and was a native of England.  She died 1-18-1982.

Joseph Lamprecht and Evangeline Jones Lamprecht lived at 911 S. Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Lamprecht was born about 1890, and was a native of Philadelphia.  He graduated from RPI in 1921, and was a surveyor and civil engineer for the CNY Power Corp., and later worked as a consulting engineer.  Mr. Lamprecht died on 2-1-1971.  Mrs. Lamprecht was born on 3-1-1898, and grew up in Margaretville, NY.  The couple came to Fayetteville about 1935, and Mrs. Lamprecht moved to St. Augustine, FL, about 1971--after her husband's death.  She died there on 7-5-1994.  They had:  Joseph Lamprecht, Jr., who served as an Army engineer during WWII, wed Judith Heltman about 1943, worked for the NY Telephone Co., and resided in Delmar, NY, at his death on 10-22-2006, Evangeline Lamprecht, who was born about 1921, was the valedictorian of FHS's Class of 1939, married Charles D. Mills, and resides in Chestertown, NY, Theodore Lamprecht, who was born about 1923, and was killed on 4-20-1944, in a training flight while serving with the USN, David Lamprecht, who was born about 1929, attended Syracuse University, wed Joan Petree, was a mechanical engineer, worked for GE, and lived in Ethel, LA, at his death on 8-3-2006, Daniel Lamprecht, who resided in Fayetteville, Jerome "Jerry" Lamprecht, who was born on 3-11-1925, served in the Navy V-5 program while at Tufts University during WWII, graduated from RPI, married Christine Rosemond, was a civil engineer, and resided in Baltimore, at his death on 5-31-2002, and Richard Lamprecht, who served in the AAC during WWII, and lives in Lynwood, NJ.  Ensign Theodore "Ted" Lamprecht's plane crashed over the Florida Everglades after colliding in mid-air with another aircraft.  Mr. Lamprecht went to Florida and helped search the swamps for his son's body, which was eventually found under his wrecked plane.  Jerome Lamprecht was a private pilot who escaped unharmed from two plane crashes, and made a well publicized solo around-the-world flight in 1981.  Ironically, he survived all of this, only to die in a fall from a tractor at a friend's farm in MD.

George Wilson Landers and Cora Long Landers moved to Fayetteville from Eagle Village in 1926, and lived at 401 Spring St. by 1933, and at 303 S. Manlius St. by 1948.  Mr. Landers was born about 1877, and spent many years as the caretaker at the Fayetteville Cemetery. died on 4-22-1957, at age 79.  Mrs. Landers was born about 1879, and was a native of Bridgeport, NY.  The couple wed about 1908.  Mrs. Landers did housework for private families, and moved to Chittenango about 1953.  She died in a nursing home in Hubbardsville, NY, on 8-25-1961.  They had:  Robert E. Landers, (see his entry below),  Clinton L. Landers, who was born 6-28-1912, wed Marion Virginia Kelly on 1-23-1944, lived at 121 Feeder St., and later at 201 Orchard St., was a papermaker at the McIntyre Paper Co., and died on 1-14-2000, and Howard George Landers, who was born on 11-2-1916, was in the Coast Guard during WWII, wed A. Lillian Johnson in Port St. Joe, FL on 6-24-1943, was an inspector for the Precision Castings Co. for 41 years, and lived in Chittenango, at his death on 6-22-2001.  

Quincy Eugene Landers lived on James St. by 1928.  Mr. Landers was born about 1880, and came to Fayetteville about 1888.  He was a merchant and later the proprietor of the Landers Bowling Alley.  Mr. Landers shared his home with his neice, Barbara Ann Riorden.  Miss Riorden was born about 1891, and was a life resident of Fayetteville.  She was the assistant director of nursing at Crouse-Irving Hospital for many years.  Mr. Landers, who was noted for his wit and intelligence, died on 9-20-1958.  Miss Riorden died on 5-6-1969.

Robert E. Landers and Dorothy Agnes Smith Landers lived at 401 Spring St. by 1942, and at 212 Thompson St. by 1948.  Mrs. Landers was born in Fayetteville on 12-2-1916, and was the daughter of Harry G. Smith, (see his listing).  Mr. Landers was born about 1910, and did plumbing, heating, and sheetmetal work.  He was killed in a one car accident on Sweet Rd. on 9-17-1961.  Mrs. Landers later moved to 380 Salt Springs Rd., and died 12-8-2010, at age 94, They had:  Marcia Landers, who served in the USAF, wed Keith St. Louis, and lives in Plattsburgh, NY, Carol Landers, who wed Kevin Myhill, and lives in Syracuse, and Robert Landers, who died in 1980.  

Silas Benton Langfitt and Lucena Woodward "Lucy" Tilton Langfitt moved to Genesee St. from Salt Springs St., in Syracuse, in 1939.  They resided at 204 N. Manlius St. by 1942, and moved to Utica about 1945, while Mr. Langfitt was serving in WWII.  He was born on 5-28-1909, in WV, and was a salesman for the Gulf Oil Co. while in Fayetteville.  He spent his entire career in the oil industry, and lived in Parkersburg, WV, at his death in November, 1974.  Mrs. Langfitt was born on 5-27-1911.  The couple divorced while residing in St. Simons Island, SC, and Mrs. Langfitt remained there until moving to Thomasville, NC, where she was residing at her death on 9-9-1997.  They had:  S. Benton Langfitt, III, who was born in July, 1937, married Daphne Sue Dean, was a banker, and lives in Thomasville, and James Porter "Pete" Langfitt, who was a real estate broker and builder, and lives in Franklin, TN.

Harold Langford and Harriet Eddy Nicholoy Langford lived at 116 Linden Lane by 1942.  Mr. Langford was born 4-25-1908, in NJ, and was a 1931 graduate of the College of Forestry at Syracuse University.  He worked as  superintendent for the Stickley Furniture Co., a purchasing agent for the Durham Co., and retired as the president of F. A. Crossman Inc.  Mr. Langford also served as the head of the Fayetteville-Manlius school district.  Mrs. Langford was born on 3-15-1910, and grew up in Syracuse.  She was a graduate of Syracuse University, and the couple married about 1932.  The family moved to Carnegie Bay, NY, about 1968, but eventually returned to CNY and resided in East Syracuse when Mr. Langford died on 11-6-1999, at age 91, and Mrs. Langford died on 11-4-2003, at age 93.  They had:  Barbara Langford, who attended Alfred University, wed Harold Robert Brakeman on 10-3-1953, and lives in Manlius, and Diane Langford, who married William Lannon, and lives in East Syracuse, (see the listing below).

James W. Lannon and Alida Barry Lannon lived at 313 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Lannon was born in 1898.  He was the superintendent of the Rollway Bearing Co., production manager for the Engleburt and Hullar Co., and the chief estimator at the Carrier Corp.  Mr. Lannon died in 1966, and Mrs. Lannon, who was born in 1906, died in 1968.  They had:  Theresa Lannon, who was born about 1928, was an operator for the NY Telephone Co., and later worked for the J. C. Penney Co., married John Goode, lived in Lyndon, and died on 5-8-1987, James H. Lannon, who was born on 8-24-1927, served in the USN, wed Jean Long, was a bacteriologist for Bristol Labs, served from 1979 to 1992 as mayor of the Village, resided at 306 Walnut St., moved to Portland, OR, in 1996, and died on 12-1-2002, Mary Lannon Myllymaki, who was a secretary for the Catholic Sun paper and for Bristol Labs, lived in Fayetteville, and died 4-28-2004, Robert P. Lannon, who was born on 2-10-1936, worked for the Niagara-Mohawk Corp., resided in Syracuse, and died on 6-2-1995, Janet Helen Lannon, who attended LeMoyne College, was a social worker, married Robert Anthony Vaccarelli on 9-21-1963, and lives in Manlius, William J. Lannon, who wed Diane Langford about 1960, and lived in East Syracuse at his death on 6-9-2010, Barbara Lannon, who wed Jeffrey Lynch, and lives in Bridgeport, and Judith Lannon, who lives in Auburn.

John Everett Larrabee and Idella Lawrence Larrabee lived on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Larrabee was born in 1897, and was a native of Syracuse.  He worked 20 years for the Halcomb Steel Co., and was very active in Masonic affairs.   Mr. Larrabee wed Greta Ruth Larrabee in Syracuse on 10-26-1918, but divorced less than a year later, and married Idella Lawrence about 1920.   Mrs. Larrabee was born in 1891, and the couple operated a breeding and boarding kennel for dogs.  They moved to Kirkville about 1948, and were living there at his death on 5-9-1959, and at her death on Christmas Day, 1963.   

Peter N. LaRue and Mary Crowley LaRue lived at 502 Warren St. by 1942, having lived earlier at 310 S. Crouse Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. LaRue was born in Canada about 1858, and was a native of Bellville, Ontario.  He came to the US as a child and became a decorating contractor in 1898.  Mr. LaRue had many contracts to paint Syracuse police and fire stations, and worked until just a few weeks before his death, at age 88, on 7-31-1946.  Mrs. LaRue was born about 1865, and died on 6-20-1949.  The couple wed about 1895, and had:  Marion LaRue, who died, at age 18, on 8-15-1922.
Mr. LaRue had been married previously, and from this marriage had:  John C. LaRue, who was born about 1884, and worked as a painter, and Charles N. LaRue, who was born about 1886, and worked in a clothing factory.  Mr. LaRue's grand-daughter, Arlene LaRue, had a lengthy and distinguished career with the Syracuse Herald-Journal newspaper.
Mr. LaRue was widely known for his interest in baseball, and he attended many World Series games.

Flora Houseman Lavner lived at 139 High Bridge Rd. by 1940, on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, and at 408 East Genesee St. by 1948.  Mrs. Lavner was the widow of Harry W. Lavner.  Mr. Lavner was born in Syracuse about 1892, and served in France during WWI.  He died on 3-12-1940.  Mrs. Lavner was born Flora Hannah Young, on 5-28-1900, and later was known as Flora Houseman, adopting the surname of her step-father, James D. Houseman.  (See his entry above.)  As a young woman, Mrs. Lavner worked as a store clerk.  She married Harry W. Lavner in 1930, and later  worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Lavner died on 11-23-1955.  They had:  Richard Irving Lavner, who married Joan Adell Shoemaker, and lived in Pompey Center, NY.  

Ada Clark Lawrence lived on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1942, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mrs. Lawrence was born in MA about 1867, and was the widow of Edward M. Lawrence.  Mr. Lawrence was born about 1856, and was a railroad telegrapher.  The couple wed about 1888, and Mr. Lawrence died before 1942.  Mrs. Lawrence died on 8-3-1943.  They had:  Idella Lawrence, who wed John E. Larrabee, and lived in Fayetteville, (see their listing), and Wilda B. Lawrence, who was born about 1892.

Lawrence W. Leahy and Margaret Mary Kelley Leahy lived at 209 Chapel St. by 1930.  Mr. Leahy was born in Cortland, NY, on 8-18-1901, and was the office manager of the Solvay Process Co.  Mrs. Leahy, a lifelong resident of Fayetteville, was born in 1902, and the couple wed in June, 1926.  She died 4-9-1961.  Mr. Leahy lived at 300 Burt St. in Syracuse at his death on 12-31-1978.  They had:  John Edward Leahy, who attended LeMoyne College, and resided in Burke, VA.  Lawrence Leahy's mother, Margaret Leahy, lived with her son on Burt St.  She died on 7-20-1978, at age 99.

George F. Lee and Nellie Pryor Lee lived on High Bridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Lee was born about 1890, and came to Fayetteville about 1937.  He was a federal prohibition agent and then was a lawyer with an office in Suite 517 in the State Tower Building in Syracuse.  It is believed that the couple separated at some point before Mr. Lee's death on 2-7-1967.  Mrs. Lee died on 2-23-1969.  Mr. Lee was previously wed to Lillian S. Lee, and they lived in Skaneateles.  They had:  Barbara J. Lee, who was born in 1918.  From a previous marriage Nellie Lee had:  Rexford Powell Kastner, who was born about 1921, served in WWII, graduated from Cornell with a master's in industrial relations, wed Joan Lindley Allen in Proctor, VT, on 9-3-1949, worked for the Shell Oil Co., and lived in LaJolla, CA, and Henry Powell Kastner, who was born about 1916, secondly married Rosamond Gumpert on 2-15-1947, and died suddenly in NYC on 5-27-1947.

Mary Smith Lee lived on Salt Springs St. by 1942, and moved to Pelham Manor, NY, by 1943, and Larchmont, NY, by 1945.  Mrs. Lee was born about 1878, married Harry S. Lee, and lived on South State St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Lee was born in January, 1877, and was a lawyer.  They had:  Amy F. Lee, who was born about 1905, married Robert B. Taber in 1937, was a feature writer for the Christian Science Monitor, and lived in NYC.

Ernest S. Leech and Winifred Butler Leech lived at 100 Franklin St. by 1942.  Mr. Leech was born on 8-12-1893, and served in the USN during WWI.  He was a boiler fireman for the New Process Gear Corp., serving the firm for 35 years. Mr. Leech died on 6-12-1981, in Massena, NY.  Mrs. Leech was born about 1891, and was a native of Syracuse.  She came to Fayetteville about 1905, and the couple wed about 1918.  Mrs. Leech died on 1-19-1971.  They had:  Ernest G. Leech, who was born about 1911, married Viola Daignault, served with the AAC in the PTO during WWII, was a self-employed contractor, and lived in Manlius at his death on 12-23-1989.

LeRoy Leech  lived at 112 East Genesee St. by 1928, 104 South Mill St. by 1948, and at 205 Elm St. by 1951.  Although called "Roy," Mr. Leech was also known as "LeRoy," and may have been born, "Rollin Albert Wagner." He was likely born on 3-8-1881, and was probably the natural son of Anna Allenback Wagner, who also lived in Fayetteville and died in March, 1928.  Mr. Leech was the adopted son of Lena Hubbard Leech.  It is believed that he died in the 1950's.  Mrs. Leech was born on 3-6-1848, and was the widow of Mortimer W. Leech, whom she married on 9-11-1879.  She was an accomplished singer and performed throughout CNY.  Mr. Leech died in 1912, and Mrs. Leech operated a boarding house in Fayetteville for many years.  When she died on 1-27-1931, a contemporary obituary stated that she, "would be remembered as a staunch friend of the poor...No one was ever turned down who solicited ber aid."  

Joseph Henry "Hank" Legault and Harriett Sebring Legault lived at 212 West Genesee St. by 1942, and at 409 Lincoln Ave. by 1951.  Mr. Legault was born 2-11-1906, in Watertown, and came to Fayetteville about 1915.  He worked as a die caster for the Precision Castings Co.  He was also president of the local chapter of the UAW, and was an active member of the FVFD.  Mrs. Legault was born on 2-2-1915, and was a beautician, and a clerk for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Legault died on 4-16-1985, and Mrs. Legault died on 2-15-1993.  They had:  Nancy Legault, who married Ronald Reeves, and lives in Chittenango.

Ralph S. Lehman and Eleanor Benton Lehman lived at 118 Redfield Ave. by 1942, and moved to Syracuse in November, 1950.  Mr. Lehman was born in Amsterdam, NY, on 8-24-1893, and came to CNY in 1941.  He was a salesman for the Shepard & Morris Lumber Co. of Boston, but retired from General Electric where he had been an accountant and an expeditor.  Mr. Lehman was also an accomplished violinist.  He lived on Broadfield Rd. in Manlius before his death on 11-19-1986, at age 93.  Mrs. Lehman was born in Muncie, IN, on 7-3-1904, and grew up in Clinton, NY, before attending Cornell University.  The couple lived at 398 Crossett St. in Syracuse, at her death on 5-17-1974.  Mrs. Lehman was married previously, and had:  Eleanor Joan Taylor, who married Michael Stephenson, and lived in Manlius.   

Forest Dean LeMons and Gladys Campbell LeMons lived at 322 High Bridge St. by 1942, at 308 Washington St, by 1948, and at 107 Orchard St. by 1951.  Mr. LeMons was born on 6-9-1906, and was a native of Matoon, IL.  He came to Fayetteville about 1942, and was a carpenter for the Precision Castings Co, and also worked many years for the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mrs. LeMons was born in Pompey Hollow, NY, on 11-27-1908, and worked for Gray-Syracuse Inc.  She died on 6-27-1980, and Mr. LeMons died on 9-20-1986.  They had:  Charles E. LeMons, who wed Sylvia Aldrich of Tully, NY, was awarded the Bronze Star for his service in Vietnam, was a Senior Master Sergeant in the USAF, and retired to Fayetteville, and Patricia Ann LeMons, who wed Charles Lewis Wilson on 7-1-1949, and lives in Truxton, NY.

Glenn Adelbert "Del" Lening and Adaline "Addie" Lowe Lening lived on Grape St. by 1928, and at 109 North St. by 1942. Mr. Lening was born in High Bridge about 1877, and was a cabinet maker at the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mrs. Lening was probably born on 11-3-1884, and the couple married about 1900.  She was a custodian at the Fayetteville High School.   Mr. Lening died on 10-22-1953, and Mrs. Lening wed Edward T. Lester.  It is thought that she died in February, 1971.  They had:  Glenn A. Lening, Jr., who was born on 8-15-1902, wed Ella Farrance in 1930, lived at 72 Lyndon Rd., was a superintendent at the McIntyre Paper Co., and later was a machinist at the Easy Washer Co., and died on 12-1-1963, Norman Albertus Lening, who was born on 2-21-1906, wed Margaret Lening about 1926, and lied in Erieville, NY, Seymour Lening, (see his entry below), and Clarence Edward Lening, who was born on 12-28-1915.  (Their surname is rendered "Lenning" in many records, including census data.)

Seymour E. Lening and Mary Stevens Lening lived at 107 North St. by 1942, and at 312 East Seneca St. in Manlius by 1953.  Mr. Lening  was born on 5-12-1919, and served in the USN during WWII.  He was a paper maker for the McIntyre Paper Co., and a rigger at the Carrier Corp.  Mrs. Lening worked in a school cafeteria.  Mr. Lening died on 12-30-1993, while residing in Silver Springs, FL.  They had:  Edward Lening.  (The family's surname is shown as "Lenning" in numerous records.)

Eugene Joseph Leroux and Margaret Sweet Leroux lived at 106 North St. by 1942.  Mr. Leroux was born in Canada about 1911, and was a mixer at the Ward Baking Co.  Mrs. Leroux was born in Fayetteville on 8-12-1917, and grew up there.  The couple wed on 8-31-1940, and Mrs. Leroux worked as a domestic.  The couple separated by 1961, and Mr. Leroux lived at 438 Seymour St. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Leroux married Raymond Williams and they lived on North St.  Mrs. Leroux-Williams moved to FL about 1990, following Mr. Williams' death.  She resided in Brooksville at her death on 6-5-1998.  Mr. and Mrs. Leroux had:  Phyllis Ann Leroux, who was born about 1942, married Michael C. Freeman on 1-2-1962, and, later, Channing Elliot, and lived in Westbrook, CT.  

Frederick W. Lesser and Maud Lacy Lesser lived at 711 Fayetteville-Manlius Rd., at the corner of Sheffield Lane by 1942, having resided earlier near Manlius Center.  Mr. Lesser was born in Johnstown, NY, on 6-26-1879, and came to Fayetteville about 1922.  He was a honey broker and a beekeeper.  Mrs. Lesser was born on 3-24-1877, and was a native of Stewart's Run, PA.  The couple married about 1904.  Mr. Lesser died on 4-22-1963, and Mrs. Lesser died on 12-24-1966.  They had:  Dorothy Lesser, who was born in Minoa about 1906, graduated from Syracuse University in 1929, married Dwight R. Collin, Jr. in 1934, was a teacher, and resided in NYC, and, at her death on 12-6-1976, in Sherbourne, MA, and Catherine Lesser, who was born about 1911, married John Ringer, and resided in Wilmington, DE, and William Lesser, who was two when he died of infantile paralysis on 9-15-1916.

Edward Lester and Mary Agnes Lester lived at 606 Warren St. by 1928.  Mr. Lester was born in 1894, and was a paper maker at the McIntyre Paper Co., a moulder at the Straight Line Engine Co., and retired from the Precision Castings Co.  He was a native of Syracuse and came to Fayetteville about 1921.  Mrs. Lester was born in PA in 1884, and came to Fayetteville about 1925.  She died on 7-16-1955, and Mr. Lester later wed Mrs. Adaline "Addie" Lenning.  He died on  4-18-1967.  (See the listing above for Glenn Lening.)  

Grace E. Lester lived at 113 High Bridge St. by 1928, and at 410 Elm St. by 1948.  Miss Lester was born on 4-27-1895,    and graduated from Syracuse University in 1916.  She was a life resident of Fayetteville and was an art teacher at the Fayeteville High School for 40 years.  Miss Lester was very active in the DAR and other genealogical and historical groups.  She retired in 1966, and died on 6-18-1971.

Charlotte Brown Lewis  lived on the Reservoir Rd. (6288 Duguid Rd.) by 1930.  Mrs. Lewis was born on 3-8-1899, and was a native of Montclair, NJ.  She was an artist and studied at the Sorbonne. She was the widow of Alfred Huntington Lewis, whom she married about 1925.  Mr. Lewis was born on 2-14-1881, and graduated from Yale University, where he was an outstanding athlete.  He was the president of a shoe manufacturing firm and later operated a large poultry business.  He died on 3-9-1940.  After his death, Mrs. Lewis operated their farm, and died on 7-2-1990, at age 91.  Mr. Lewis married Mary Carstairs in Georgetown, PA, on 4-27-1910.  They divorced, and she wed Eugene Thompson, a patent lawyer, and resided at 446 James St. in Syracuse.  With his first wife, Mr. Lewis had:  Barbara C. Lewis, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1936, was an architect in Syracuse and Fayetteville for more than 60 years, served with the Red Cross in Europe during WWII, resided at 303 Elm St., and later on Salt Spring St., and died on 10-3-2001, Caroline Everson Lewis, who was born in 1918, married William Robert Dixon, Jr., on 12-20-1940, was a champion golfer and tennis player, and resided in Citrus Springs, FL, at her death on 11-17-2003, and A. Huntington Lewis, Jr., who was born about 1914, was an executive with the Crucible Specialty Metals Corp, and resided on Ten Eyck St. in Cazenovia before his death in Monroeville, PA, on 11-21-1990.

Gwendolen A. Lewis moved to Fayetteville in 1930, and stayed briefly with the Misses Emma B. Beard, and Adele P. Hall on Elm St. (see the Beard listing).  By 1942, she was living at 132 E. Genesee St.  Miss Lewis was born in Unadilla Forks, NY, on 8-13-1896.  She attended Hunter College and the Columbia University School of Library Science and became a librarian for the NYC library system.  Miss Lewis accepted the position as librarian for the Fayetteville Free Library and began work on 10-1-1930.  She held this appointment for 37 years, and retired to East Orange, NJ.  Later, Miss Lewis lived in Labelle, FL, where she died on 5-26-1999, at age 102.

Morgan H. Lewis and Marion Dawley Lewis lived at 211Salt Springs St. by 1927, on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1942, and later at 412  Churchill Lane.  Mr. Lewis was born in Oran, NY, on 12-13-1888, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1914.  He owned the Ford automobile dealership, and later operated the farm that had been owned by Mrs. Lewis' father, Frank Dawley.  Mrs. Lewis was born on 4-2-1892, and the couple wed about 1913.  She died on 7-5-1960.  Mr. Lewis was residing in Sandy Creek, NY, at his death on 2-3-1979, at age 90.  Their children:  Jane Lewis, who was born about 1915, married Frank Farrell, and lived in Fayetteville, (see the Farrell entry), Helen Lewis, who was born 11-24-1917, graduated from Syracuse University in 1940, was a librarian, married Milo W. Eames, and lived in Brunswick, ME, at her death on 1-9-2005, and Elizabeth Lewis, who was born about 1917, graduated from Cornell University in 1940, worked as a home economist and dietician, married Wilson S. Mitchell, Jr., lived in Union Springs, NY, and died on 4-22-2000.  Mr. Lewis had a sister, Marion J. Lewis, who was born in September, 1882.  Miss Lewis was the daughter of John F. Lewis, who died on 2-2-1935.  She grew up in the Pompey area, and then resided with her parents in Fayetteville and DeWitt.  Miss Lewis traveled extensively but it is believed that she lived periodically with her brother's family in Fayetteville.

Clara M. Liegel lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1898.  Miss Liegel, the daughter of Frank Liegel, was born about 1888.  Her mother, Catherine Liegel, died when Miss Liegel was a teenager.  As the eldest of 11 children, she assumed the responsibilty of raising her siblings.  Miss Liegel suffered a crippling leg injury when she was 14 and thereafter had to wear a specially constructed built-up shoe.  Despite her infirmity, she earned her living by farming a few acres of corn and raspberries, and by making bread and delivering it to her neighbors.  After the other children left, Miss Liegel shared her home with her brother, George A. Liegel.  Mr. Liegel was born about 1892.  He worked for the Oberdorfer Foundry Corp. and farmed.  On the night of 3-21-1969, the century old Liegel home was destroyed by fire, and, despite the efforts of neighbors to revive her, Miss Liegel died of smoke inhalation.  Mr. Liegel escaped from the fire, and died in Utica, NY, on 4-5-1978.  The Liegel property is now part of Woodchuckhill Estates.  Miss Liegel was a very devoted member of the Church of the Immaculate Conception, and had been looking forward to the dedication of their new facility.  Instead, her funeral on 3-25-1969, was the first to be conducted in the new church. 

Edward L. Lindenmayer lived at 115 Huntleigh Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Lindenmayer was born about 1922, and served in the USMC in the PTO during WWII.  He wed Elizabeth Jane "Betty" Cathers about 1948.  Mrs. Lindenmayer was born about 1923, in Syracuse.  She owned the Hostess Shop in Fayetteville, and retired as a secretary from Edlund Manufacturing Co. in 1990.  Mr. Lindenmayer worked as a mason and as a test bore driller for the Am Drill Co.  The couple later lived at 511 E. Genesee St., and were at 207 North Park St. when Mrs. Lindenmayer died on 9-24-2002.  They had:  Margaret "Midge" Lindenmayer , who wed Marty Lynch, Nancy Lindenmayer, Stephen Lindenmayer, Mark Lindenmayer,  who was born on 6-26-1955, in Syracuse, was a commercial electrician, and died on 8-4-2012, and Carol Lindenmayer.  All their children resided in the Fayetteville area.

Leon Aloysius Lindenmayer and Lillian Holloway Lindenmayer lived at 115 Huntleigh Ave. by 1942, having lived earlier on East Genesee St. in DeWitt.  Mr. Lindenmayer was born on 6-9-1891, and grew up in Syracuse.  He served in WWI, and came to Fayetteville about 1939.  He was an office clerk, a salesman for the Goodyear Tire Co., and then later sold maintenance supplies.  Mrs. Lindenmayer, a native of Syracuse, was born about 1894, and the couple married about 1918.  Mr. Lindenmayer died on 7-4-1963, and Mrs. Lindenmayer died on 5-21-1971.  They had:  Kathryn Elizabeth Lindenmayer, who was born 10-21-1920, wed Winfield E.  McIntyre on 10-24-1942, lived at 401 Brooklea Dr., and died on 7-23-2006, (see the McIntyre listing), Edward L. Lindenmayer, (see his listing above), Roberta M. Lindenmayer, who was born about 1924, lived with her parents, and died on 10-3-1972, Margaret Lindenmayer Fischer, who was born about 1925, was an engineering clerk, lived in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and died on 8-20-2002, George J. Lindenmayer, who was born on 5-2-1927, was a USN veteran of WWII, worked as a printing broker, resided in Chicago, and died on 11-14-1991, and Mary Lou Lindenmayer Wolff, who lived in Manlius.

Carl R. Linderoth and Martha Scholze Linderoth lived at 404 Highbridge St., arriving about 1941.  Mr. Linderoth was born 11-15-1903.  He was a native of Rockford, IL, and worked as office manager for the International Harvester Co., retiring in 1966 after 43 years of service to the company.  Mr. Linderoth served as chairman of the Fayetteville Zoning Board of Appeals.  He also took a great interest in the Gramlich Bird Sanctuary which was near his home, and spent much of his spare time maintaining it.  (See the entry for the Gramlich family.)  Mrs. Linderoth was born in Pittsburgh, PA, on 1-17-1907, and worked as a stenographer for 12 years, before marrying Mr. Linderoth, about 1937.  He died on 1-28-1988, and Mrs. Linderoth died at home on 1-2-2007, at age 99.  Their children: John J. Linderoth, who resides in Fayetteville, and Robert C. Linderoth, who lives in East Syracuse.

George H. Litts lived at 111 Feeder St. by 1942, and later moved to 104 West Seneca St. in Manlius.  Mr. Litts was born in Plattsburg, NY, about 1892, and served in WWI.  He was a paper maker at the McIntyre Paper Co., and later was a maintenance worker at the Manlius School.  His wife, Doris Burke Litts, died in Fayetteville on 9-2-1941, at age 43.   Mr. Litts died in Manlius on 1-10-1957.

Herbert H. Litzenberger and Ruth Woodworth Litzenberger lived at 311 Center St. by 1928.  Mr. Litzenberger was a native of Romulus, NY, and was born on 1-26-1890.  He was a machinist for the Continental Can Co. for 22 years, and also worked as a school custodian.  Mrs. Litzenberger was born about 1893, and was a life resident of the Fayetteville area.  She was a dressmaker, and died on 2-27-1963.  Mr. Litzenberger died 3-27-1966.  Both died in the Maple Lawn Nursing Home in Manlius.  They had:  Mary Elizabeth Litzenberger, who was born about 1920, was a teacher, married William Herman on 12-28-1946, and lived in Prescott, AZ, and John L. Litzenberger, who was born on 5-4-1924, served in the AAC during WWII, wed Betty Roberts about 1948, moved to Fulton, NY, about 1961, was a tool and die maker at Syracuse University for 17 years, and died on 1-25-1999.

William J. Livingston lived at 212 Huntleigh Ave. by 1942.  He was born in Fort Edward, NY, about 1876, and came to Fayetteville in 1939, after retiring as the superintendent of the Dexter Sulphite Pulp & Paper Co. in Dexter, NY.  Mr. Livingston died on 10-14-1956.  He shared his home with his sister, Catherine Livingston Brooks.  Mrs. Books was born about 1887, and was the widow of David F. Brooks.  She died on 11-12-1968, on Long Island, NY.

Anna DeLargy Long lived at 304 South St. by 1928.  Mrs. Long was born in Northern Ireland in 1870, and came to  Fayetteville about 1900. She was the widow of William P. Long, whom she married about 1897.  Mr. Long was born in 1873, and was a millwright for a paper company.  He died on 5-27-1938.  Mrs. Long died on 1-12-1951.  Their children:   William P. Long, Jr., (see his entry below), Thomas Alfred Long, who was born in 1901, lived on West Belden Ave. in Syracuse, and died on 8-14-1956, Irene Long, who was born on 10-11-1902, married Walter Earl Barkley about 1926, was  with the McIntyre Paper Co. 50 years as office manager, and died on 5-21-1983, Kathleen F. Long, who died on 5-18-1927, at age 21, Jane M. Long, who was born on 7-8-1907, taught third grade in Fayetteville for 36 years, and died on 2-17-1982, and Elizabeth Long, who was born about 1909, wed George Doyle, was a registered nurse, and resided in Fayetteville at her death on 3-8-1965.

William P. Long, Jr., and Ruth Long lived at 210 Orchard St. by 1928.  Mr. Long was born about 1899.  He was a native of Canada, but came to Fayetteville as a child.  He worked as a die maker at the Precision Castings Co., and later worked for Bristol Labs.  Mr. Long died on 7-15-1965.  Mrs. Long was born about 1899, and the couple married about 1924.  They had:  James D. Long, who lived in Bethel Park, PA, William Joseph Long, who was born on 8-17-1931, graduated from Hobart College in 1955, wed Marilyn Jean Armstrong about 1957, and, following her death in 1993, married Elizabeth V. Olson, owned the LBM Sales Co., was elected to membership in the National Candy Hall of Fame, and lived in Fayetteville at his death on 7-21-1995, and Jean Anne Long, who was born on 9-30-1927, graduated from the College of St. Rose, was a research technician at Bristol Labs and a secretary at F-M High School, married James Henry Lannon in 1951, (see the entry above for James W. Lannon), and resided in New Smyrna Beach, FL, at her death on 1-13-1999.

Clifford B. Loveless and Iva Arlene Rigall Loveless lived on the Green Lake Rd. by 1942, and moved away by 1948.  Mr. Loveless was born on 6-23-1916, in Lysander, NY.  He was a farmer on the Howard Cross farm, and later worked 30 years for the Allied Chemical Co. in Syracuse.  Mr. Loveless lived in Baldwinsville, NY, at his death on 1-30-2005.  Mrs. Loveless was born about 1921, and worked for General Electric.  She died in Baldwinsvillw on 7-18-1971.  They had:  Margaret I. Loveless, who was born about 1937 in Onondaga Hill, NY, wed Roderic P. Dickinson about 1954, was an office worker in North Syracuse, and lived in Fulton, NY, at her death on 1-18-1999, and James R. Loveless, who lived in Earlville, NY. 

Francis William Lowber and Florence Fulton Lowber lived at 116 Walnut St. by 1942, and at 122 Fairfield St. by 1951.  Mr. Lowber was born in Brooklyn, NY about 1905, and came to Fayetteville about 1938.  He was an industrial insulation and asbestos worker.  Mr. Lowber died on 12-28-1968.  Mrs. Lowber was born in Hogansburg, NY, on 9-16-1902, and the couple married in Adams, NY, on 2-28-1937.  She was a graduate of Syracuse University, and was very active in the Red Cross and other local charities.  She resided in Massena, NY, at her death on 10-5-1979.   They had:  Elizabeth Frances Lowber, who attended Cazenovia College, wed Richard Jerry Mills on 7-24-1965, and lived in Scotia, NY.

Clara Belle Lowe lived at 114 South Park St. by 1928.  She was born in May, 1867, the sixth of nine children born to John and Sarah Lowe.  Miss Lowe was a dressmaker and, later, an upholsterer and furniture packer for the Stickley Furniture Co.  She died on 11-2-1950. 

Frederick Arthur Lowe and Mabel Day Lowe lived at 606 Chapel St. by 1928.  Mr. Lowe was born on 8-5-1896, and served in WWI.  He was a grocer and a cabinet maker for the Stickley Furniture Co., and later was rewarded for his efforts on behalf of Republican candidates by being appointed postmaster for Fayetteville.  Mr.  Lowe was also the superintendent of the Fayetteville Cemetery.  He died on 8-4-1945, in the house in which he was born and lived his entire life.  Mrs. Lowe was a teacher at the Delaware School in Syracuse before their wedding on 8-9-1922.  She then served more than 20 years in Fayetteville as town clerk., retiring in 1958. 

Walter J. Lyman, Sr. and Florence Stanton Lyman lived at 408 Elm St. by 1942.  Mr. Lyman was born in Watervliet, NY, on 5-5-1890.  Mrs. Lyman was born in 1894, and came from Syracuse to Fayetteville as a child.  The couple wedin 1912.  Mrs. Lyman was a housekeeper at the home of S. Lewis Porter, (see the Porter listing), and worked for the Precision Castings Co. for about two years before her death on 1-13-1945.  Mr. Lyman was a self-employed painter and decorator and died on 12-1-1971.  They had:  Walter Lyman, Jr., (see the listing below).

Walter J. "Bunny" Lyman, Jr., and Rosalie Donk Lyman lived at 114 Huntleigh Ave. by 1942, at 408 Elm St. by 1948, at 311 N. Manlius St. by 1959, and at 410 Spring St. in 1966.  Mr. Lyman was born on 1-16-1913, grew up in Fayetteville, and served in the USN during WWII.  He was a mail carrier and assistant postmaster at the Fayetteville post office.  Mr. Lyman also was a 50 year member of the FVFD, and was one of the most popular and well known persons in the Village.  He died on 4-10-1996, in Buffalo.  Mrs. Lyman was born on 11-23-1911, and was a native of Newark, NY.  She came to Fayetteville about 1937, and worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Lyman died on 11-17-1993.  They had:  Leni Lee Lyman Ecker Brusso, who was born about 1940, graduated from RIT in 1962, taught school, married Thomas R. Ecker on 7-20-1963, and then Martin J. Brusso, and lives in LeRoy, NY.

Harvey Jackson Lyon and Mary D. Lyon lived at 310 Elm St. by 1930.  Mr. Lyon was born in Cazenovia on 3-25-1879, and was a self-employed contractor.  Mr. Lyon first wed Anna Fidelia Jackson Lyon.  She was born on 7-15-1882, and was active in school and civic affairs at her sudden death on 10-5-1927.  About two years after her death, Mr. Lyon married Mary Lyon.  She was born about 1883.  Mr. Lyon died on 6-9-1942.  H. J. and Anna Lyon had:  Walter Jackson Lyon, who was born 10-15-1919, wed Margery (Marjorie) Plunkett on 3-9-1944, was an officer in the AAC during WWII, lived in the family home on Elm St., worked for the Button contracting firm, and resided in Southern Pines, NC, at his death on 3-15-1994.

Edward M. J. Maas and Edna G. Maas lived at 309 Center St. by 1942, and moved to Brewerton, NY, in the summer of 1948.  Mr. Maas was born on 4-18-1904, and was the proprietor of a Sinclair Service Station at 123 West Genesee St., and later was an engineer for the General Electric Co.  He was also active in the IOOF, the Masons, and the Lions Club. Mrs. Maas was born on 8-8-1907.  She was an active Red Cross volunteer for 50 years, and was a member of the DAR and other groups devoted to history and genealogy.  After moving to Brewerton, the couple operated a tourist home and an antiques shop.  Mr. Maas died on 7-23-1987, and Mrs. Maas died on 9-23-1994.  They had:  Margaret Maas, who was born in March, 1931, married Henry J. Searles, Jr., on 11-17-1951, divorced by 1961, married Robert A. Wescott on 5-12-1962, and resides in Garden City, ID.  The couple also had a foster son, Merle Sargent, who lived in  WI.

Elizabeth Mabe lived at 210 South Manlius St. by 1942, and had moved by 1948.  Mrs. Mabe was a sales clerk at Foodland, and had a son.  It is likely that Mrs. Mabe was married to Robert C. Mabe, a previous resident of Fayetteville, who was serving with the USN during WWII.  He was the son of Mrs. Helen F. "Betty" Davis.  Mr. Mabe later worked as an engineer with IBM, and lived in Los Altos, CA.  (See the entry for Byron C. Davis).

Annie Louise MacLeod lived at 305 Elm St. by 1935, having lived previously at 732 Lancaster Ave. in Syracuse.  Miss MacLeod was born 2-7-1883, and was a native of Canada.  In 1910, she earned her doctorate in chemistry from McGill College--becoming the first female to be awarded a doctoral degree from the school.  Dr. MacLeod was a professor of chemistry at Vassar 14 years before being appointed dean of the school of Home Economics at Syracuse University in 1928.  Dean MacLeod shared her homes with Dr. Edith H. Nason, a professor of food and nutrition at Syracuse.  Dr. Nason was born on 6-12-1895.  They both retired from the faculty in 1949 and moved from Fayetteville to Sarasota, FL, and resided there at Dr. Nason's death in January, 1970, and Dr. MacLeod's death in September, 1971.

Sara J. E. Maltby lived at 211 South Manlius St. by 1928.  Miss Maltby was born on 3-27-1847, in Pulaski, NY, and was the third of 12 children born to John and Rachel Crawford Maltby.  Her family came to Fayetteville about 1857, and except for the period from 1878 to 1892, when the family lived in Watertown, NY, Miss Maltby always resided in Fayetteville.  She was cared for by a private duty live-in nurse, Mrs. M. Gertrude Willis, in 1942, and Miss Maltby left the Village only in the last year of her life when she lived with her neice in Middletown, NY, for the eight months prior to her death on 5-9-1943.  She was 96.  One of Miss Maltby's brothers, William Henry Maltby, was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic, serving as bugler for the 122nd regiment.  He lived in Fayetteville, and blew taps at the annual Memorial Day parade and celebration until 1918 when taps were sounded for him.  In 1894, Miss Maltby prepared a wreath honoring her brother and all veterans, and it was carried in the parade and placed on the Soldier's Monument during the Memorial Day program.  She continued the practice until she was nearly 90.  

Arlene Straub Manton lived at 317 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, and at 106 Center St. by 1960.  Mrs. Manton was married to James W. Manton, but they were divorced by 1945.  He was born on 8-26-1906, and lived in Cumming, GA, at his death on 1-1-1996.  Mrs. Manton graduated from Central City Business Institute, and was a secretary at the Fayetteville High School for 32 years.  She retired in 1970, and married Raymond W. Van Giesen in 1973.  Mr. Van Giesen was born on 1-25-1906, and in 1951, was appointed to be the first superintendent of the newly formed Fayetteville-Manlius School District.  (See his listing.)  Mrs. Manton-Van Giesen died 1-17-2002.  Mr. and Mrs. Manton had:  James "Corky" Manton, who was born in Fayetteville on 1-23-1929, attended Morrisville Tech, married Eleanor Phelps, resided in Coventry, CT, and died on 6-1-2011, John Manton, who wed Doris Manton, and lives in Cumming, Thomas B. Manton, who was born in 1936, was a life long resident of Fayetteville, and died on 8-2-1994, Patricia Manton Seago, who lives in Alpharetta, GA, and Barbara Manton Johnson, who lives in Fremont, NY.

George D. Mapstone lived on Washington St. by 1923, and on High Bridge Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Mapstone was born about 1870, and did farming and chair caning.  He married Fannie Bligh about 1893, and they farmed in Elbridge, NY.  She was born in 1877, and died in 1915.  Mr. Mapstone died on 1-30-1944.  They had:  Elizabeth "Bessie" Mapstone, who was born on Christmas Day, 1897, married Herbert Bradt, taught school, resided in Manlius, retired to Riverview, FL, and died in November, 1986, Mabel Mapstone, who was born about 1906, wed Harold Klock, (see their listing), John B. Mapstone, (see his listing below), Lynn Mapstone, (see his entry below), Henry Lester Mapstone, who was born on 4-1-1902, was an auto mechanic, wed Alma Florence Leach on 7-4-1923, lived in Fabius, retired to St. Petersburg, FL, and died on 2-2-1979, Carl C. Mapstone, who was born on 2-19-1908, served with the Army Engineering Corps in the ETO during WWII, married Jessie Palmer, (see the entry below for James W. Palmer), and Mrs. Alice May Wainwright Waters on 3-19-1938, was a dispatcher at the Precision Castings Co., resided most of his life in Manlius, and died on 6-8-1990, and Roy Mapstone, who was born about 1911, wed Elizabeth Rooney, and lived in Burlington, VT.  Mrs. Mapstone's first name is often rendered as "Fanny."

John Bligh Mapstone and Margery Phillips Mapstone lived on High Bridge Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Mapstone was born about 1900.  Mrs. Mapstone was born about 1902, and the couple wed about 1919.  Mr. Mapstone was a car mechanic, and later a maintenance foreman for the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 6-10-1960.  Mrs. Mapstone later wed Walter Robinson, and died on 6-20-1977.  Mr. and Mrs. Mapstone had:  John E. Mapstone, who died in the crash of a combat training plane near Faceville, GA, on 3-12-1944, at age 21, and Franklin Adelbert Mapstone, who was born 10-31-1924, served in the AAC during WWII, married Grace Coon, and resided in Montebello, VA, at his death on 6-10-1993.  John E. Mapstone worked briefly as a machine operator at the Precision Castings Co. before he entered the service, and was the firm's first employee to die during WWII.

Lynn Mapstone and Emma Williams Mapstone lived at 213 South Manlius St. by 1942, and later moved to Manlius.  Mr. Mapstone was born on 4-28-1904, and was a diemaker at the Precision Castings Co.  Later he was a night supervisor for the firm.   Mr. Mapstone also harvested maple syrup sap from trees on his land in Manlius.  Mrs. Mapstone was born in Verona Mills, NY, on 3-3-1903, and the couple married on 2-22-1927.  She graduated from the Oswego Normal College and taught elementary school in Manlius.  Mrs. Mapstone died on 11-4-1978, and Mr. Mapstone died on 7-23-1995, at age 91.  They had:  Lynn Robert Mapstone, Jr., who was born about 1929, graduated from SUNY-Morrisville, wed Shirley Nellis about 1960, was a dairy farmer in Pompey, and died on 6-2-2011, Arthur E. Mapstone, who both farmed and lived in Manlius.  Mr. Mapstone's brother, John Mapstone, also lived in Fayetteville, (see his entry above).

William M. Markham moved to 300 Elm St. in the fall of 1923, having lived previously in Rochester and Syracuse.  Mr. Markham was born about 1884, and was a native of Little York, NY.  He was married to Maud W. Markham, who was very active in church and civic causes.  She was born about 1879, and died from pneumonia, in Fayetteville, on 12-31-1929.  Mr. Markham died on 1-6-1956.  They had:   Guila Belle Markham, who was born on 3-24-1919, was a secretary for the Precision Castings Co., married Nathan Shelley in Towson, MD, on 11-1-1948, and Leon C. Manchester, was a published poet, and resided in Floral City, FL, at her death on 6-9-2000.  The couple also had an adopted daughter, Dorothy Markham, who was born about 1913.

Mathew E. Markle and Kathryn Shandorf Markle lived at 110 Franklin St. by 1942.  Mr. Markle was born on 5-10-1902, and was a life resident of Fayetteville.  He was the president of the Martin H. Doyle Insurance Agency--a firm he served for 47 years.  Mr. Markle died on 3-2-1969.  Mrs. Markle was a telephone operator with the NY Telephone Co. for 35 years.  She was born on 11-17-1905,  and died on 7-5-1991.  They had:  Kathryn Helen Markle, who was born on 7-17-1927, wed John R. Lindenmayer, moved to Baldwinsville, NY, worked for the Anoplate Corp., and lived in Doylestown, PA, at her death on 7-7-2008, and John M. Markle, who was born in 1929, and died in an automobile accident at the intersection of East Genesee St. and Hurlburt Rd. in Syracuse, on 1-22-1949.

James Aden Marquisee and Eliza Wire Marquisee lived at 205 West Genesee St. by 1942, and later lived on North Collingwood Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Marquisee was a printer for the Post-Standard newspaper in Syracuse for 30 years.  He died on 10-3-1957, at 64. Mrs. Marquisee was born on 3-25-1895, and resided in Chittenango at her death in August, 1978.  They had:  Aden R. Marquisee, who was born 2-16-1923, served in the AAC during WWII, married Betty Goebel, worked as a design wireman, lived at 386 Washington Blvd., and lived in Lakeland, FL, at his death on 6-11-1993, Rose Marie Marquisee, who was a secretary for the Hartford Insurance Co., was a mail clerk in the WAVES during WWII, wed Arthur Wells on 3-3-1951, and lived in Southport, NY, and Dunedin, FL, Christine Marquisee, who was born about 1932, graduated from nursing school in Philadelphia, married James McDonald, and lived in Mycenae, and Marie Marquisee, who wed Paul St. Armour on 6-14-1952, then John E. Worden, and lives in Canastota, NY.

Irene Hawkins Marsellus lived at 226 Ledyard Ave. by 1942.  Miss Marsellus, a native of Mt. Vernon, NY, was born in March, 1877, and came to Fayetteville in 1939.  She was the oldest of four children born to John Marsellus, the founder of the Marsellus Casket Co., and Sarah A. Marsellus.  Miss Marsellus attended the School of Fine Arts at Syracuse University, and then moved to NYC, where she was active in the arts.  She was active in the American Red Cross during WWI, and retired in 1933 as a probation officer for the juvenile court of Westchester County, NY.  Miss Marsellus was active in the DAR, and was on the board of the Elmcrest Children's Home.  She died on 8-13-1963.

Ida Lydia Marshall lived 306 Elm St. by 1942, and at 313 East Genesee St. by 1948.  Mrs. Marshall was born about 1873.  She was the widow of Clarence A. Marshall, whom she married about 1895.  Mr. Marshall was born about 1871, and was a postal clerk in Palmyra, NY.  After his death, Mrs. Marshall lived in Schnectady, NY, and in other locations with her daughter and son-in-law.  They had:  Charlotte Aldrich Marshall, who was born in Palmyra, on 6-5-1897, wed Werner C. Strecker about 1918, and lived in Arlington, VA.  Mr. Strecker, a resident of Schnectady and an employee of General Electric, was laid-off during the Great Depression.  Since he was, also, an officer in the US Army Reserve, Lt. Col. Strecker was called to active duty and given the superintendentcy of the CCC's McClure Camp in Deposit , NY.

Arthur E. "Al" Martin, Jr., and Gertrude Edwards Martin lived on High Bridge Rd. by 1942, and later lived on Mott Rd.  Mr. Martin was born about 1906.  He was a chemist at the Precision Castings Co.  and Mrs. Martin worked there as a secretary.  She was born about 1898.  Mr. Martin was part owner of the Syracuse Heat Treating Co., 1223 Burnet Ave.,  in Syracuse.  On 9-30-1959, Mr. and Mrs. Martin were returning to their home in Fayettville from their summer camp at DeRuyter Lake, when they were both killed in an automobile accident on the Oran-Delphi Rd.  

Earl E. Martin and Doris Crouch Martin lived at 304 Spring St. by 1942, moved to 508 Clinton St. in 1945, and moved to Manlius in 1964.  Mr. Martin was born in Watertown, NY, on 3-31-1908.  He was a shipping clerk and later a supervisor at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Martin was born on 11-26-1908, in Norwood, NY, and attended St. Lawrence University.  She was a clerk at the Carrier Corp. and worked for the Home Food Service.  The couple married on 8-31-1932.  They resided in Winchester, VA, at Mrs. Martin's death in May, 1983, and Mr. Martin was residing in Ellicott City, MD, at his death on 2-7-1999.  They had:  Mary Ann Martin, who wed Donald Bacon, and lived in Germany, and Barbara Martin, who attended RIT, worked for the Aetna Insurance Co., married Noel Guerrero on 4-20-1963, and lived in San Francisco.  Mr. Martin's parents also lived in Fayetteville.  (See the listing for Emmett Martin.)

Emmett Eugene Martin and Cora Agnes Haley Martin lived at 209 Chapel St. by 1942.  Mr. Martin was born on 11-24-1883, in Carthage, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1914.  He worked as the production manager for the Precision Castings Co. for 40 years.  Mrs. Martin, a native of Watertown, was born on 3-27-1885, and the couple wed on 6-11-1907.  Mrs. Martin died on 10-29-1967, and Mr. Martin died just three days later, on 11-1-1967.  They had:  Earl Martin, (see his listing above) Albert Dominick Martin, who was born in UT on 10-28-1910, wed Eleanor C. Gates on 10-27-1937, in McGraw, NY, worked as a printer, and died on 6-28-1994,  Margaret Elizabeth Martin, who was born on 3-28-1912, married Herbert Windver on 9-21-1934, and a Mr. Guhin, and lived in CA, Dorothy Anne Martin, who was born on 3-6-1920, wed Chester Oeinick on 11-2-1939, and Paul F. Hahn on 9-4-1948, moved to 315 Brooklea Dr. on 2-7-1952, and died on 5-15-1996, and Emmett John Martin, who was born about 1922, served in the Seabees during WWII, wed  Judith Knowles on 7-30-1949, lived in Lafayette, NY, and worked as a carpenter.

LeRoy Martin lived at 320 Hunt Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Martin was born about 1887, and moved to Fayetteville about 1926.  He was a carpentry contractor, and died on 4-9-1952.  Mr. Martin's sister, Charlotte Van Velde also lived in Fayetteville, (see her listing).  Mr. Martin had:  Frederick J. Martin, who married Frances Van Valkenburg abolut 1932, was a home builder, lived at 134 Hasbrook St., in Syracuse, then in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1951, at 100 Hunt Dr. in Fayetteville, and in the Brookside sub-division, by 1961.  F. J. Martin built the last two homes himself.  The family moved to Orlando, FL, about 1964.

Charles W. Mason and Kathryn Herr Mason lived at 202 South Manlius St. by 1942, and at 113 Spring St. by 1960.  Mr. Mason was born on 11-16-1907, and was a native of Farmington, NY.  He was a funeral director at the Mason-Welter Funeral Parlor, and operated Mason's Department Store.  He also served as a village trustee.  Mrs. Mason was born about 1908, in Lancaster, PA.  She graduated from Millersville State College, and came to Fayetteville following her marriage in 1934. Mrs. Mason assisted her husband in the operation of their store.  Mr. Mason's mother, Florence H. Mason, lived with the family by 1960.  She was the widow of Murray M. Mason, who died in Shortsville, NY, on 3-4-1946.  Charles and Kathryn Mason moved to FL about 1974, but continued to spend their summers in CNY.  The couple lived in Ocala at Mrs. Mason's death on 5-5-1989.  Mr. Mason died on 3-24-1996.  They had:  Robert Harry Mason, who graduated from Cornell University, served in the USN, wed Elizabeth Anne Leone about 1959, was a dairy farmer, and resided in New Baltimore, OH, Anne Mason, who worked at the Merchants National Bank, and lived in Fayetteville, and Joan Harriet Mason, who graduated from Becker Jr. College, married H. Edward Tracy in 1961, and lived in Manlius.

Walter C. Mason and Jessie Worden Mason lived at 306 Highbridge St. by 1935, and moved to CA about 1946.  Mr. Mason was a machinist at the Precision Castings Co., and Mrs. Mason was an accomplished pianist.  They had:  Joan Mason, who was born in March, 1935, and another daughter, who was born in July, 1943.   

Robert Massey and Helen Massey lived on Berklin Dr. by 1941, and moved away by 1948.  Mr. Massey was a pattern maker for the Hoffman Machine Shop in Syracuse.   They had:  Jean L. Massey, who was born about 1926, worked as a secretary, and another daughter.  

Fred G. Mathers and Mary Mathers lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942, and moved to Albany, NY, by the following year.  Mr. Mathers was born about 1872, and was a farm manager and gardener on the estate of Andrew S. White.  Mrs. Mathers was born about 1881, and the couple wed about 1899.  They had:  Gordon F. Mathers, who was born about 1912, served in the US Army during WWII, and lived in Trucksville, PA, and Mildred Mathers, who was born about 1906, and wed George Pierce, of Syracuse, about 1925.   

Frederick H. Mathews and Grace Grove Mathews lived at 117 East Genesee St. by 1930.  Mr. Mathews was born about 1867, and was a carpenter and a coal merchant.   He also worked with his son in the operation of a dry cleaning and pressing business.  Mrs. Mathews was born about 1873, and the couple married about 1893.  She was a decorator.  Mr. Mathews died on 10-6-1946, at age 79, and Mrs. Mathews died on 8-25-1947, at age 73.  They had a son,  Horace Mathews, (see his listing below).

Horace Grove Mathews and Laura Dawley Mathews lived at 412 Salt Springs St. by 1927.  Mr. Mathews was born 10-31-1894, in MN, and came to Fayetteville about 1903.  He was an automobile salesman, a bookkeeper, and then an agent for the Traveler's Insurance Co.  Mr. Mathews also operated a Fayetteville dry cleaning and pressing business with his father, Frederick Mathews, (see his listing above).  Mrs. Mathews was born on 3-30-1895, and the couple wed about 1917.  Mrs. Mathews was very active in many civic causes prior to her death on 9-19-1965.  Mr. Mathews died on 2-2-1983.  They had:  Shirley Mathews, who was born about 1918, was an office clerk at the American Stores warehouse, wed Arthur Stephens Egy, and resides in Manlius, and Glenace Mathews, who was born about 1921, wed Harry Lloyd Johnson on 7-15-1943, and lives in Conway, MO.

Robert Merriam Matty and Fanny Margaret Wheeler Walsh Matty lived on the East Genesee Turnpike in Mycenae by 1941, and moved to 141 West Seneca St. in Manlius by 1942.  Mr. Matty was born on 9-22-1897, and was a native of Parish, NY.  He worked as a chauffeur, and later a weighmaster and mechanic for the Vincent Coal Co.  He died on 12-16-1973.  Mrs. Matty was born on 1-13-1897, in Oneida Castle, NY, and resided in Syracuse at her death, at age 92, on 5-4-1989.  They had:  Patricia Louise Matty, who worked for the Dey Brother's store, married Charles A. Nash in December 1949, a Mr. Tavernese, and a Mr. Wells, and lived in Liverpool, NY.  Mrs. Matty was married previously to John H. Walsh, a railroad fireman, and by him had:  Carlton Walsh, who was born about 1913, and served during WWII.

Frank Matzelle and Mary Windhausen Matzelle lived at 105 Warren St. by 1942, having earlier lived and worked on a farm in Jamesville and Pompey, NY.  Mr. Matzelle was born in Germany, (Austria), on 1-23-1891, and was a laborer at the Tracy Coal Co.  Mrs. Matzelle was born about 1892, and the couple married about 1914.  She died on 6-17-1968, and Mr. Matzelle died on 10-29-1970.  They had:  Albert W. Matzelle, who was born in 1916, wed Harriett Case, served in WWII, and lived in Perryville, and Frank H. Matzell, who was born about 1925, served in the USN in WWII, married Rayanne Matzell, moved to Chittenango about 1950, operated a body shop, and died on 6-28-2008.  Frank Matzelle, Sr., signed his surname as "Matzelle" on a WWI registration card, but his son, Frank, spelled his name as "Matzell."  Other variants also appear in government records and newspaper accounts.

Frank May lived on the East Genesee Turnpike in Mycenae by 1942.  Mr. May was born about 1861, and was a farmer.   He died in 1953.  His wife, Alice J. May, was born about 1859, and died  in 1932. They married about 1889, and had:  Grace F. May, who was born about 1893, and wed Leonard Young, of Canada, in 1912, Roy G. May, who was born in December, 1895, and was a dairy farmer on the Green Lake Rd., and Lawrence May, who was born about 1897.

George Gordon Mayers and Marion Cushman Mayers lived at 510 Spring St. by 1942.  Mr. Mayers was born in Lowell, MA, on 6-22-1903, and came to Fayetteville about 1936.  He was a maintenanace supervisor at Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Mayers was born 4-17-1906,  in Duxbury, MA, and was a secretary at the Merchant's Bank.  Mr. Mayers died on 7-24-1976, and about that time, Mrs. Mayers retired and moved from CNY.  She died on 12-19-1995, in Santa Monica, CA.  They had:  Jane Mayers Akin, who was a telephone operator, served in the WAC during WWII, and lived in Venice, CA, and died on 9-26-2003, Marilyn Mayers, who worked in the loan department at the First Trust Bank, wed Donald B. Eden in the fall of 1951, and lives in Ellington, CT, and George G. Mayers, Jr., who lived in Los Angeles.

Parnell James McCarthy and Genevieve Reilly McCarthy lived briefly at 308 Washington St. following their marriage in December, 1941.  Mr. McCarthy was born in Fairport, NY, about 1918, and grew up in Pompey Center.  He graduated from Cornell University, and enlisted in the AAC, immediately following the attack on Pearl Harbor.   Lt. McCarthy was a bomber pilot serving in South America when he was killed on duty on 9-11-1943.  (See the Charles O'Brien entry.)  Mrs. McCarthy died in 1971. 

John Joseph McCloskey and Isobel Rubley McCloskey moved from Oswego, NY, to 611 Clinton St. by 1942, returned to Oswego, then moved back to 125 Warner Rd. in 1953.  Mr. McCloskey was born on 6-23-1909, and was a machinist at the Precision Castings Co. and later at Crouse-Hinds.  He died in August, 1977.  Mrs. McCloskey was born 2-26-1909, and died on 12-2-1981, while living in Oswego.  They had:  John McCloskey, Jr., who was born on 10-1-1930, wed Mary Lou Crumby and Ruth Courtwright, lived in Minoa, was a USAF veteran of the Korean conflict, was a serviceman for the Culligan Water Co. and a policeman for the FPD, and died on 9-2-2005, Kenneth McCloskey, who married Rose Federico, and David McCloskey, who married Jean McCloskey, and lived in Oswego. 

Katherine Ulmer McCoy lived on South Mill St. by 1920, and at 104 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mrs. McCoy was born about 1872, and was the widow of William H. McCoy, whom she wed on 4-12-1917.  Following his death, Mrs. McCoy lived with her widowed mother, Margaret Ulmer, and two sisters, Clara Ulmer and Ursala Ulmer, on South Mill St..  Mrs. Ulmer was born in Germany about 1841, and came to Fayetteville about 1884.  She was married to John Ulmer, who died about 1916.  Mrs. Ulmer died on 7-20-1924.  Mrs. McCoy worked as an inspector at a local factory, and died on 6-14-1956, in a Minoa nursing home.

James F. McDermott and Etta Marie Ebeling McDermott lived at 104 Park St., following their marriage on 12-23-1942. Mr. McDermott was born in Cortland, NY, in 1910.  He graduated from Cortland Normal School and also attended NYU.  Mr. McDermott moved to Fayetteville and lived at  at 310 Walnut St..  About 1937, he became a teacher at Fayetteville High School, and also was a member of the FVFD.  Mr. McDermott had been sick for six weeks when he died on 10-12-1945, at age 35.  Mrs. McDermott was born about 1919, (see the entry for her father, George Ebeling), and was a clerk at the First Trust & Deposit Co, in Syracuse.  Following Mr. McDermott's death she married, Irving S. Hayes, who was a diecaster for the Precision Castings Co.  She died in East Amherst, NY, on 1-27-2012.  Mr. Hayes, who was the DPW superintendent for the Village, died on 9-10-1979.  He and Mrs. Hayes had:  Mary Lou hayes, who was born in January, 1949, wed Anselm George, and lives in East Anherst, and Thomas J. Hayes, who wed Suzie Hayes, and lives in Cazenovia,

Mary Foody McDermott lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1942.  Mrs. McDermott was born in 1876, and was a resident of Fayetteville all of her life.  She was the widow of Patrick H. McDermott.  Mr. McDermott was born in 1872, and he and his wife had the franchise to provide bus service to rural school children.  They lived on Dry Hill Rd., where he died on 9-13-1938.  Mrs. McDermott died on 5-2-1948.  They had:   Florentine "Florence" McDermott, who was born on 3-6-1901, and wed John N.  Fromey, (see their listing), Genevieve McDermott, who was born on 1-18-1906, graduated from Cortland State College, taught in Chittenanago for 31 years, married Anthony G. Borzelle, was an amateur actress, resided at 224 Lake St. in Chittenango, and died on 3-4-1986, and Frank J. McDermott, who married Margaret Jordon, was a maintenance worker for the NY Telephone Co. and Democrat chairman of the Town of Manlius, resided at 312 East Genesee St. in Fayetteville, and died on 2-22-1953.

Olivetta "Olive" Colton McGavern lived at 602 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mrs. McGavern was born about 1884, and married Arthur Garfield McGavern on 6-17-1909.  They divorced a few years later and Mr. McGavern moved to PA and re-wed.  Mrs. McGavern lived with her father, Addison Thomas Colton, (see his listing), and taught at the Madison School and Central Tech in Syracuse.  She died on 9-17-1955, at 71.

Patrick McGinley and Agnes Wright McGinley lived on North Burdick St. by 1942.  Mr. McGinley was a freight elevator operator at the Crouse-Hinds Co.  He died on 6-7-1946, at age 76.  Mrs. McGinley was a native of MI, but lived 73 years in Fayetteville before her death on 9-21-1966, at age 90.  They had:  Agnes McGinley, who was born about 1898, and died of diphtheria on 8-30-1912, at age 14, and Charles J. McGinley, who was born 4-4-1901, wed Jessie Livingstone in 1923, and lived in Fayetteville at his death in January, 1969.

Willard E. McHarg and Mina Davis McHarg lived at 512 S. Manlius St. by 1942, having lived earlier in Albany and NYC.  Mr. McHarg was born about 1868, and came to Fayetteville about 1932.  He was a banker.  A nephew of the couple, Arthur Edson Blanchard lived with the family until he was inducted into the US Army in March, 1942.  Mr. Blanchard was born on 10-27-1909, and worked at the Onondaga Hotel.  He later married, and lived in Paramount, CA, at his death on 1-7-1985.  Mr. McHarg died on 1-6-1949.  Mrs. McHarg was born about 1868, and the couple wed about 1889. She died on 9-14-1949.  They had:  Mae Louise McHarg, who was born in Albany about 1890, graduated from Albany State College, was active in local civic affairs, and resided at 250 Salt Springs St. at her death on 3-29-1976.

Jane Barton McIntyre lived at 210 East Genesee St. by 1930.  She was the widow of Lowell N. McIntyre, who was born about 1874, and died 1-14-1935, in Southboro, MA.  Mr. McIntyre was a native of Watertown, NY, and was associated with his brother, Winfield E. McIntyre, (see his listing below), in a paper manufacturing business in Fayetteville.  He served as a village trustee before moving to MA about 1924, and was in the hotel business there at his death on 1-14-1935.  Mrs. McIntyre was born in Canada about 1877.  She came to the US as a child and wed about 1893.  They had:  Lowell Barton McIntyre, who was born on 5-18-1908, married Mary Lesiuk McIntyre, graduated from Cortland State College, was a water pump superintendent and was also the town justice in Otisco for 25 years, lived many years in Amber, NY, and moved to Marcellus two years before his death on 11-23-1988.  The family home at 210 East Genesee St. was a center of liberal and progressive causes during the 19th centurey when it was the home of Henry H. Gage, and his wife, Matilda Joslyn Gage, who became famous as an abolitionist and a crusader for women's rights.  The home is now preserved as an historical site by a foundation dedicated to her memory.

Margaret McIntyre lived at 119 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, at 609 Clinton St. by 1948, and at 414 South Manlilus St. by 1951.  Mrs. McIntyre was the widow of Charles Newell McIntyre, whom she wed about 1903.  Mr. McIntyre was born on 11-14-1875.  He was a paper mill superintendent, and lived in Wilna, NY, and in Phoenix, NY, before moving to Fayetteville.  Mr. McIntyre died on 8-20-1939.  Mrs. McIntyre died on 2-21-1954, at age 75.  They had:  Clarence E. McIntyre, who was an inspector at the Precision Castings Co., served in WWII, and died on 2-3-1943, his 37th birthday, when his ship was torpedoed in the North Atlantic, John McIntyre, who was born about 1911, wed Katherlne Frances Nolen on 8-12-1939, and Isabel McIntyre, who was born about 1909.

Winfield Ernest McIntyre and Alice Morrissey McIntyre lived at 106 South Park St. by 1930.  Mr. McIntyre was born in Brownville, NY, in 1880, and worked in the paper mills near there.  About 1900, he wed Julia F. McKenna, and by 1910 they lived on Hopkins St. in Syracuse.  Mr. McIntyre worked then as a traveling paper salesman.  In 1914, he co-founded the McIntyre Brothers Paper Co.  Julia McIntyre was born in Ireland in 1880, and died in 1924.  Mr. McIntyre married Alice Morrissey about 1928.  She was born in 1886.  Mr. McIntyre died on 8-11-1955, and Alice McIntyre died on 11-24-1960.  Mr. McIntyre and Julia McIntyre had:  Ernest F. McIntyre, who was born about 1902, worked in the family paper business, Dorothy J. McIntyre, who was born about 1903, Mildred McIntyre, who was born about 1907, Catherine McIntyre, who was born on 9-4-1908, married Paul J. Holihan on 3-17-1941, in Frederick, MD, and lived in Buffalo, NY, Helen McIntyre, who was born about 1915, and Winfield Edward McIntyre, who was born in 1919, served during WWII, married Kathryn Lindenmayer, lived at 401 Brooklea Dr., worked in the family paper business, and died in 1980.  Mr. McIntyre and Alice McIntyre had:  Robert S. McIntyre, who was born on 4-30-1929, attended LeMoyne College, wed Jane Hewson, was an officer in the family business, lived at 225 Salt Spring St., and died on 2-14-2003.  Winfield Edward McIntyre is referred to as "Edward Winfield McIntyre, Jr.," in the 1937 FHS yearbook, thus creating a question about his name and the exact name of his father.

John Edward Meagher lived at 602 Walnut St. by 1920.  Mr. Meagher was born in April, 1881, and came to Fayetteville about 1908.  He worked as a machinist for the Precision Castings Co., the Stickley Furniture Co., and at the Franklin automobile factory.  Mr. Meagher was a widower for many years.  His wife, Louise Frain Meagher, whom he married about 1901, died in a sanatorium on 3-22-1920.  Mr. Meagher died on 3-25-1963.  They had:  F. Margaret Meagher, who was born 3-10-1902, wed Arthur I. Rank on 11-17-1927, and lived in Erieville, NY, at her death on 10-29-2003, at age 101, Marie Meagher, who was born about 1904, was a practical nurse, married Stanley Collins, moved to Minoa about 1955, and died on 4-26-1995, Eleanor Meagher, who was born about 1906, wed Howard R. Swinehart, and moved to Bridgeport, NY, about 1984, and died on 8-17-1995, a son who was born in December, 1914, and is thought to have died as a child, Mary Evelyn Meagher, who was born about 1916, married Thomas Newcomb about 1937, moved to Bridgeport about 1955, and died 1-26-1989, Catherine Florence Meagher, who died in infancy on 9-28-1918, and John Walter "Bud" Meagher, who was born in 1919, served in WWII, married Alice Jennie Williams on 2-19-1944, worked at the McIntyre Paper Co., and was killed in a bus-pedestrian accident in Chittenango on 7-27-1963, at the age of 44.

John L. Meagher and Frances Everson Meagher lived at 215 S. Manlius St. by 1927.  Mr. Meagher was born about 1892, in Cazenovia, NY.  He served in World War I, and came to Fayetteville about 1922.  Mr. Meagher graduated from CCBI, (the Central City Business Institute), and was in the insurance and real estate business with an office at 404 E. Genesee St.  Mrs. Meagher was born about 1889, and the couple wed about 1923.  She died 11-22-1954.  Mr. Meagher married Catherine Roache, who was a teacher, on 3-15-1958.  (See her listing).  The couple moved to St. Petersburg, FL, where Mrs. Meagher died on 6-19-1981.  Mr. Meagher returned to Fayetteville and was residing with his daughter's family at his death on 5-29-1982, at age 90.  Mr. Meagher's sister, Gertrude Meagher, lived with the family.  Miss Meagher was a retired teacher, having taught in Lake Placid and other places for 35 years.  She died on 11-23-1968, at age 89.  Mr. Meagher had another sister, Theresa Meagher Warsaw, who with her husband, S. Walter Warsaw, also lived with his family by 1942.  The couple lived in NYC before moving to Fayetteville about 1935.  Mr. Warsaw  was born in 1866, and died on 12-30-1945, and Mrs. Warsaw died on 3-16-1954.  John and Francis Meagher had:  Mary Ellen Meagher, who was born about 1924, married James J. Gambocarto, was an RN, lived earlier at 318 Brooklea Dr., and in the Redfield Apts. at her death on 4-8-1993.

Walter L. Meagher and Helen Gleason Meagher lived at 607 Clinton St. by 1927.  Mr. Meagher was born on 2-12-1890, and served in France during WWII.  He was born in a farmhouse on East Lake Road in Cazenovia, and was one of 12 children of John Meagher, a Civil War veteran.  All 12 children survived into adulthood, with many living into their 90s.  Walter Meagher worked as a postman, and also served as president of the local library board and as commander of the local American Legion Post.  He was on the local school board from 1946 to 1959, and was board president during the critical period when the Fayetteville and Manlius school districts were consolidated.  Mrs. Meagher was born about 1897, and was a native of Pompey.  She came to Fayetteville when she was a year old, and the couple wed on 9-17-1923.  Mrs. Meagher died on 4-23-1949.  Mr. Meagher played golf and drove until he was 95.  He died on 1-3-1992, at age 101.  They had:  Helen Ann Meagher Watson, who was born in 1926, attended Virginia Intermont College, and lives in Yarmouth, MA, and Walter Meagher, Jr., who graduated from LeMoyne College, and is an attorney in Syracuse.  
Emory P. Means and Bessie Smith Wheeler Means lived at 207 Brooklea Dr. by 1939.  Mr. Means was born on 11-22-1883, in Clearville.  He wed Adah Pleasant O'Neal, who was born on 4-25-1885, and they had three daughters before her death on 12-10-1911.  Mr. Means later came to CNY and stayed with his brother, Rhesa Means, on his farm.  He married Mrs. Bessie Smith Wheeler about 1922, and they resided in DeRuyter for about five years before coming to Fayetteville.  Mr. Means was an employee of the Village, and was killed on 4-7-1945, when he was crushed by a tractor on his brother's farm near Fayetteville.  Mrs. Means was born on 6-24-1890, and was a native of Delphi Falls, NY.  She wed Stephen Wheeler, a dairy farmer, about 1907, and lived in New Woodstock, NY.  She came to Fayetteville about 1915, was a waitress at Wheeler's Diner and at Brooklea, and died on 7-14-1973.  Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler had:  Raymond J. Wheeler, who was born about 1908, and resided in Seneca Falls, NY.  With his first wife, Mr. Means had:  Mary Alice Means, who was born on 3-6-1908, and died 12 days later, Edith Joy Means, who lived in Clearville, and Ura Grace Means, who wed Gilbert Nycum, and lived in Clearville.  In his obituary in the Fayetteville newspaper, it was said of Mr. Means that, "Through his work tor the public he was well known and his ready smile and agreeable disposition won for him the respect and admiration of all who knew him." (See also the listing for Ida M. Smith.)

Frederick Eugen Megnin and Emilie Louise Bartholomae Megnin lived on the East Genesee Turnpike in Mycenae by 1929.  (Their property is the easternmost farm on Route 5 in Onondaga County.)  Mr. Megnin was born in Vaihingen/ Enz, Germany, on 6-6-1888, and was the owner of a machine shop before the family immigrated to the USA aboard the Munchen, arriving in NYC on 7-16-1927.  Mrs. Megnin was born in Darmstadt, Germany, on 9-10-1899, and the couple wed in Vaihingen on 4-11-1920.  In America, Mr. Megnin became a farmer because of a war injury which left him unable to speak above a whisper.  He died on 6-30-1967.  Mrs. Megnin lived in Seneca, PA, at her death on 11-11-1978. They had:  Volkmar U. Megnin, who was born in Germany in January, 1921, graduated from Syracuse University's College of Forestry in 1941, served in the AAF during WWII, married Eva Smiley on 1-8-1943, and, after her death, Claire Hossbein Wilcox on 10-6-2001, and owned a cooperage and sawmill operation in Whitesburg, PA, Ingetraude "Inge" Megnin, who was born in Vaihingen on March, 1923, married Fredrick Schoeck on 8-14-1941, worked as a lab technician at the NYS Medical Center, and lives in Syracuse, and Rev. Dr. Donald Frederick Megnin, who was born in December, 1928, studied theology at Boston University, earned a Ph. D. from Syracuse University, married Julia Mae King on 5-28-1960, was a Methodist minister and later taught international politics at Slippery Rock University, and lives now in CNY and New Smyrna Beach, FL.    

Henry F. A. Meier and Dorothy Venard Meier lived at 313 South Manlius St. by 1920.  Dr. Meier was a professor at the NYS College of Forestry, at Syracuse University, and chairman of its forest botany department.  He was a native of IN, and was born on 1-7-1881.  He graduated from the University of Indiana in 1912, before earning his doctorate from Columbia in 1920.  Mrs. Meier was born on 10-8-1882, and the couple wed about 1905.  She was a substitute teacher.  Dr. Meier retired from Syracuse in 1946, and the couple later moved to Bradenton, FL, where Mrs. Meier died in July, 1972.  Dr. Meier then moved to IN, and lived with his son, Theodore.  He died in April, 1975, at age 94.  They had:  Elgitha Meier, who was born about 1907, graduated from Syracuse in 1929, earned her master's from Middlebury College, lived in Spain while studying for her doctorate in Spanish, wed Gerald Hauser, a Welch jeweler, in San Salvadore on 1-1-1945, moved back to Fayetteville about 1955, taught Spanish and French in Chittenango High School, and died on 8-4-1971, Theodore H. Meier, who was born on 8-10-1909, and lived in South Bend, IN, at his death on 3-27-2005, at age 95, and Philip Meier, (see his entry).  Mrs. Meier's given name may have been Dorothea.  Her widowed mother, Belle M. Venard, a dressmaker, was born in 1862, and was a native of Mt. Etna, IN.  She lived with the Meier family in Indiana by 1920, and then in Fayetteville, where she was active in the DAR.  Mrs. Venard died in Fayetteville 6-27-1954, at about 92 years of age.  

Philip J. Meier and Marian Zinsmeister Meier lived at 308 Collin Ave. with Mrs. Meier's parents, Eldon and Ethlyn Zinsmeister by 1942.  Mr. Meier was born on 10-23-1917.  He graduated from Syracuse University, and then earned a master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1939.  Mrs. Meier was born on 9-20-1916. She grew up in Fayetteville, (see the entry for the Eldon Zinsmeister family), and the couple wed on 3-16-1940.  The family moved to  the Chicago area by 1944, and later lived in Poway, CA.  Mr. Meier died on 4-15-1997, while residing in Tucson, AZ, and Mrs. Meier died on 11-17-2001, while living in Milwaukee.  They had:  Gerald Meier, Susan Meier, and Frederick Meier.

Percy William Mellor and Saidee Fulmer Mellor lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1931, having lived earlier at 1215 Madison St., and 1010 Westcott St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Mellor was born on 8-30-1890, in Jersey City, NJ.  He graduated from Syracuse University in 1913, came to Fayetteville about the time of WWI, and was an attorney with offices in the State Tower Building in Syracuse.  Mr. Mellor was president of the DeWitt Kiwanis club and was active in the Masons and the IOOF.  Mrs. Mellor, a native of Rome, NY, was born on 9-3-1890, and the couple wed in 1915.  Mr. Mellor died on 10-27-1957, and Mrs. Mellor later moved to Baldwinsville, and Liverpool, NY.  She died on 4-23-1985, at the age of 94.  

Arthur B. Metcalfe, Jr. and Clara Butler Metcalfe lived at 216 Huntleigh Ave. by 1942, having resided previously at 1031 Midland Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Metcalfe was born on 10-31-1894, and was a tool engineer for the Continental Can Co.  The couple moved to Phoenix, NY, and lived there when Mr. Metcalfe died in November, 1973.  Mrs. Metcalfe, was born in Utica, NY, on 4-24-1895.  She lived in a Syracuse nursing home for two years before her death on 5-8-1978.  They had:  Lucille Metcalfe, who was born in June, 1928, wed Richard E. Bergdorf, and lived in Cato, NY.     

Christian C. Meyer, III, and Mary Keysor Meyer lived at 103 Mechanic St. by 1942.   Mr. Meyer was born about 1915, and was a draftsman at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Meyer was born in OH about 1919, and grew up in Cato, NY.  They had a son.  Mr. Meyer was the son of Christian and Minna Meyer, (see their entry below), and, like his three brothers, served during WWII.

Christian C. Meyer, Jr. and Minna Meyer lived at 300 South Manlius St. by 1942, having lived previously in Queens, NY. They moved to 218 Huntleigh Ave. by 1943.  Mr. Meyer was born in Brooklyn on 5-3-1892, and was in the fire insurance business.  Mrs. Meyer was born about 1890, and the couple wed about 1914.  They had:  Christian Meyer, III, (see his listing above), Nelson Meyer, (see his listing below), Harrison G. O. Meyer, who was born in 1919, was an office clerk for the Precision Castings Co, served with an Army company of construction engineers in the Pacific during WWII, and lives in Central Point, OR, and Warren George Meyer, who was born about 1921, married Betty Goodfellow on 6-7-1943, served with the US Army as an aerial engineer in the China-Burma-India theater during WWII, and resided in Boynton Beach, FL.   

Earl D. Meyer and Gladys Northrup Meyer lived at 505 North Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Meyer was born on 9-21-1901.  He was an executive with the Standard Oil Co. of NJ, then formed the Meyer Oil Co., and later was a real estate broker.  Mrs. Meyer died on  6-30-1949.  On 7-10-1950, Mr. Meyer married Alice Irene Mitchell.  He later wed Dorothy Smith, and died in Fayetteville on 12-14-1968.  Earl and Gladys Meyer had:  Lorraine N. Meyer, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1950, wed Charles L. Penfield, was an official of the family's insurance agency, and lived at 134 Pine Ridge Rd., at her death on Christmas Day, 1970.         

Nelson A. Meyer and Hope Keysor Meyer lived at 103 Mechanic St.  by 1942.  Mr. Meyer was born in 1916.  He worked for the USF&G Insurance Co., and served with the USMC during WWII.   Mrs. Meyer was born about 1917, in OH, and grew up in Cato, NY.  She worked at General Electric during WWII.  She, and her son, lived with her sister, (and sister-in-law), Mary Keysor Meyer, at 210 Thompson St., while Nelson Meyer served in the War.  At some point, the couple divorced, and Mr. Meyer wed Elizabeth M. Meyer, and lives in Pleasant Valley, NY.  Mrs. Meyer wed Houder V.Stinger, and lives in Gainesville, FL.  Nelson and Hope Meyer had:  Nelson Edward Meyer, who was born in Syracuse on 4-14-1940, earned an MFA degree from the University of Florida, was a graphic artist at Dutchess Community College, lived 25 years in Pleasant Valley, and died on 2-10-2007, in Poughkeepsie, NY.  Mr. Meyer and his second wife had:  Paul G. Meyer, who was born about 1949, and lives in Oneonta, NY,  Randall S. Meyer, who was born about 1953, and lives in Fishkill, NY, Carol S. Meyer, who was born about 1952, and resides in Pleasant Valley, Kristin Meyer, who resides in Woodstock, NY, and Dr. Tracie Meyer DiMarco, who lives in Red Hook, NY.  Mr. and Mrs. Stinger had:  Martin Stinger of CO, and Candice Stinger, who lives in FL. 

Sophie Miller lived on the Green Lakes Rd. near Kirkville by 1942.   Mrs. Miller was born in Romania about 1881, and was the widow of Stephen Miller, whom she wed about 1904.  Mr. Miller was born about 1863, worked as a farmer in DeWitt, and, like Mrs. Miller, had been married previously.  He died about 1925, and Mrs. Miller worked as a house keeper.  She had:  Louise Miller, who was born about 1909, was a packer for a baking company, married Clarence A. Peterson, lived in Kirkville, and died on 9-20-2004, at age 94, LeRoy Miller, who was born about 1914, was a dairy farmer in Kirkville and operated a gravel bed, and died on 2-5-1981, Eugene Miller, who was born about 1912, married Ruth Miller,  was an independent trucker, served with the Army in the ETO during WWII, resided in East Syracuse, and died on 6-10-2005, at age 93, and Gordon Miller, who was born 8-14-1906, lived in Sodus, NY, and died in June, 1985.

Robert G. Millier and Anna Millier lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, and at 602 Orchard St. by 1951.  Mr. Millier was born in Philidephia, PA, in 1897, and served in WWI.  He was the stable manager and a horse trainer at the Dunwoodie Farm.  (See the entry for Herbert A. Dunn.)  Mrs. Millier is thought to have died between 1942 and 1951.  Mr. Millier was living on Bush Rd. in Jamesville at his death on 12-18-1978.  They had:  Ronnie M. Millier of Alamogardo, NM.

Frank L. Miner and Ruth Wheeler Miner lived on Redfield Ave. by 1930, at 106 John St. by 1937, on Pleasant St. by 1946, at 414 South Manlius St. by 1948, at 611 Clinton St. in 1949, and at 205 Thompson St. by 1953.  Mr. Miner was a native of Binghamton, and was born about 1894.  He came to Fayetteville following his marriage on 9-15-1928, and worked as a carpenter.  Mrs. Miner was born about 1907, and died on 2-9-1965.  Mr. Miner died on 6-22-1977, while residing on Brick Yard Falls Rd. in Manlius.  They had:  Phyllis Miner, who was born on 6-1-1930, was a sales clerk at the E. W. Edwards store, and later a waitress, wed Robert Crow on 8-18-1956, and Richard Rice on 8-3-1963, and resided in Syracuse, and Donald A. Miner, who was born about 1937, married Joyce Gray on 7-30-1955, was a mechanic fot a local Chrysler dealer, and later lived in Phoenix, AZ.

Lawrence Gale Minturn and Katherine Mara Minturn lived at 301 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Minturn was born on 4-25-1893, was a native of Locke, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1937.  He was a barber, and later was a machinist  at the Auto-Lite Corp.  Mr. Minturn died on 1-4-1965.  Mrs. Minturn was born on 3-30-1888, and was living on First North St. in Syracuse at her death on 10-9-1970.  Helen M. Mara was Mrs. Minturn's sister and lived with the couple.  Miss Mara was born on 7-2-1892, and was a secretary for Ryan & Kennedy, an insurance firm.  She died on 12-10-1983, at age 91.

Charles F. Mitchell and Marie Leanor Mitchell lived at 108 Huntleigh Ave. by 1940, and on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1951, (7775 East Genesee St.).  Mr. Mitchell, a native of Syracuse, was a salesman for the General Baking Co.  Mrs. Mitchell was of French-Canadian descent and grew up in Oswego, NY.  She was born about 1899, and worked as the secretary-treasurer of the Barry Oil Co.  Mr. Mitchell died in Fayetteville on 3-21-1968.

Bernard S. Moore, Jr., lived on North Burdick St. by 1942.  Mr. Moore was born in Syracuse on 10-1-1892.  He graduated from Georgetown University and MIT, and was an Army captain during WWI.  Mr. Moore was a partner in the Moore Brothers service station on Wolf St. in Syracuse, and was very active in the Pierre LeMoyne American Legion post, which he founded.  He was the son of Dr. Bernard Moore and Julia F. Moore, (see her entry below).  Mr. Moore had resided on Falls Rd. in Marcellus, NY, for 20 years when he died on 9-28-1976.

Julia Flaherty Moore lived on North Burdick St. by 1942.  Mrs. Moore was born in Baldwinsville, NY, on 4-1-1861. She was the widow of Dr. Bernard S. Moore.  Dr. Moore was born in October, 1862, and served as coroner for Onondaga County, and as a health officer in Syracuse.  Mrs. Moore was a teacher in Auburn, before she wed, in 1890, and moved to Syracuse.  The couple resided on North Alvord St. in Syracuse when Dr. Moore died on 8-20-1929.  About 1940, Mrs. Moore moved to Fayetteville where she lived with her sons, Thomas Moore and Bernard Moore, Jr.  She died on 10-29-1946.  They had:  Bernice A. Moore, who was born about 1901, wed Theodore Weinheimer, and resided in Syracuse, Bernard S. Moore, Jr., (see his listing above), Thomas J. Moore, (see his listing below), and John Edmund Moore, who was born in 1897, was a service station proprietor, and lived in Syracuse.

Rosetta "Rosie" Moore lived at 117 South Mill St. by 1942, having lived earlier on Pratts Lane.   Mrs. Moore was born about 1865, and wed at least four times.  She wed John B. Kelly about 1881.  Her third husband was Elisha Hotaling, whom she married about 1905.  She was the widow of Henry Moore, her fourth husband.  They married on 8-8-1922.  Mr. Moore was born about 1864, and died on 12-10-1935.  Mrs. Moore died on 12-21-1943.  She had:  Edward Kelly, who was born about 1891, George H. Kelly, who was born about 1895, John H. Kelly, who was born about 1885, Frank Kelly, who was born about 1897, and probably died in childhood, William Kelly, who was born about 1902,  Mary Kelly, who was born about 1905, and probably died in childhood, and Leonard Hotaling, (see his listing).

Thomas J. Moore and Elizabeth Bragg Moore lived on North Burdick St. by 1942.  Mr. Moore was born on 9-14-1894, and was the proprietor of a gas station on James St., and a partner in Moore Brothers service station on Wolf St. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Moore died at home in Fayetteville on 8-29-1947.  Mr. Moore moved to Marcellus about 1953, and died on 7-5-1971.  They had:  Rosemary A. Moore, who was born on 4-3-1923, graduated from Syracuse University on 12-21-1944, was an editor and columnist, wed John A. Robinson, and lived in Pittsford, NY, at her death on 9-6-2005.    

Arna H. Moorhead lived at 118 Elm St. by 1942, sharing the home with his mother and step-father, Peter Muckey, (see the Muckey listing).  Mr. Moorhead was born about 1897, and was a wounded and decorated veteran of WWI, having enlisted in the US Army in Syracuse on 5-11-1917.  He fought in several major battles including Meuse-Argonne, and received shrapnel wounds at Sedan, France, on 11-3-1918, that required two months of hospitalization.  Mr. Moorhead came to Fayetteville following the War, and worked as a molder.  He died on 8-15-1942, at age 45.  Mr. Moorhead's surname appears as "Morehead" on some records, including census forms.

Charles Russell Morgan and Minnie Daggett Morgan lived at 608 Orchard St. by 1942.  Mr. Morgan was born about 1876, and was a life resident of Fayetteville.  He was a night watchman at the Precision Castings Co., and retired after 38 years with the company.  Mr. Morgan died on 12-3-1957.  Mrs. Morgan was born on 7-24-1882, and the couple wed on 11-1-1924.  Mrs. Morgan taught in the Fayetteville schools for 52 years, and was a resident of a Syracuse area nursing facility at her death on 12-28-1977.  She was 95.      

Kenneth H. Morgan and Margaret Ellis Morgan lived at 126 East Genesee St. by 1930.  Mr. Morgan was born on 1-20-1899.  He was the paymaster at the Precision Castings Co., where he worked for 43 years.  Mr. Morgan was a 60-year member and a past master of the Fayetteville Masonic Lodge 578.  He was also a member of the first Boy Scout troop ever organized in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Morgan was born in Varna, NY, on 9-9-1901, and the couple wed about 1923.  Mr. Morgan's father, Jasper C. Morgan, lived with his son's family. The elder Mr. Morgan, was born about 1867, and was widowed about 1925, when his wife Hattie, a native of LA, died, probably in Chicago.  Jasper Morgan was born in NY, but lived in Chicago for many years and worked as a clothing salesman, before returning to Fayetteville about 1941, where he died on 5-2-1946.  Kenneth Morgan died 7-25-1988, and Mrs. Morgan then moved to Gainesville, FL, where she died on 1-11-1994.  They had:  Nan Ellis Morgan, who was born in 1929, wed John Serwatka on 11-27-1952, was a portrait photographer, and lives in Gainesville, Lois Ann Morgan, who was a secretary, married William L. McDonald, Sr., moved to Chittenango about 1963, and died on 10-28-1987, and Margaret Kay Morgan Schumacher, who lived in Powder Springs, GA.

Maude O. Morlock lived at 102 South Park St. by 1942, and at 205 Smith St. in Manlius by 1954.  Mrs. Morlock was born about 1886.  She was the widow of John Morlock, whom she wed about 1905.  Mr. Morlock was an automobile mechanic who died on 9-20-1945, while living in Syracuse.  Mrs. Morlock was a housekeeper.  She moved to North Syracuse about 1956, and died on 8-4-1971.  They had:  Anna Morlock, who was born 3-16-1906, married Clifford P. Webster, and resided in Rockledge, FL, at her death on 4-24-1995, and Howard J. Morlock, who was born on 6-6-1909, wed Edna G. Simon about 1946, spent 38 years as a machinist at the Carrier Corp., and lived in North Syracuse before retiring to Rockledge, where he died on 3-8-1990.

LeRoy Morrison and Dorothy Hamilton Morrison lived at 400 East Genesee St. by 1939, at 204 Thompson St. by 1941, and moved to Baltimore, MD, about 1943.  Mr. Morrison worked for the Onondaga County Highway Department.   Mrs. Morrison was born about 1914, and grew up in Fayetteville.  They had:  Kent Morrison, who was born in May, 1939, and lived in MD, and Karen Morrison, who was born in February, 1941, married John Papier, and lives in Eldersburg, MD.

Retta S. L Morrison lived at 208 Lincoln Ave. by 1942.  She was born in March, 1880, and was a teacher.  Miss Morrison shared her home with her sister, Miss Ethel B. Morrison.  Ethel Morrison was a native of Minoa, and was born on 4-22-1883.  She worked as a library clerk.  The two sisters were the children of William Morrison and Alice A. Morrison, and came to Fayetteville as small children.  Retta Morrison died on 2-14-1951, and Ethel Morrison died on 5-30-1966.

George W. Motsiff and Helen Marjensey Motsiff lived at 600 Walnut St. by 1942.  Mr. Motsiff was born in 1905, and died on 4-4-1967.  He was a methods engineer at the Precision Castings Co., where he worked 40 years.  Mrs. Motsiff was born in 1908, and was a native of Split Rock, NY.  She came to Fayetteville about 1926, and died on 6-27-1968.  They had:  Elizabeth Motsiff, who worked in the records section at Memorial Hospital and was a secretary at the Precision Castings Co., and resides in Liverpool, George L. Motsiff, who was born about 1931, attended the Powelson Institute in Syracuse, worked at Turner Construction Co., and resides in Monroe Township, NJ, and William T. Motsiff, who was born about 1942, contracted polio in 1950, wed Genevieve Brown, graduated from LeMoyne College in 1966, was a district manager for the Cook Coffee Co., lived at 2 Cricket Lane, and later moved to Syracuse.

John A. Mott and Kathryn Hickey Mott lived at 208 Center St. by 1942.  Mr. Mott was born about 1877.  He and his brother, Lawrence O. Mott, (see his entry below), operated Mott Brothers Hardware, a business founded by their parents, Frank T. Mott and Catherine Snyder Mott.  Mrs. Mott was born near Pompey, NY, about 1878, and the couple wed about 1907.  She was very active in the Red Cross and other civic causes, and died on 5-9-1948.  Mr. Mott was a life resident of Fayetteville and died on 6-9-1942, in the house in which he was born.  Mr. Mott's brother, Frederick Sawyer Mott, who was born about 1866, lived with Mr. and Mrs. Mott at times.  He served in the USN, worked as a tinsmith for the family hardware business, and died on 4-17-1936.  

Lawrence O. Mott lived at 206 Center St. by 1942.  Mr. Mott was born in January, 1879, and, with his brother John A. Mott, (see his listing above), operated the Mott Brothers Hardware store.  He married Mary Nash Mott on 11-10-1910.  It is believed that she died during the 1920's.  Mr. Mott retired in 1948, after 42 years as a hardware merchant, and died on 5-23-1955.  They had:  Mary E. Mott, who was born on 7-31-1912, was a secretary, married Edmond Talbot, resided in Fayetteville, and died on 9-8-2001, Margaret C. Mott, who was born about 1914, married Lester Vaughn, and resided in UT, and Dorothy Mott, who was born about 1919, married Stanley F. Stanley, and lives in Fayetteville.  

Stanley Mower and Ethel May Kurth Mower lived on East Genesee St. by 1939, on North Mill St. by 1940, and at 208 North Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Mower was from the Schenectady, NY, area, and attended Union College.  He was a salesman for the Wallace & Tiernan Co, which provided chlorinating equipment.  They had a daughter.

Floyd A. Muckey and Emma Caryl Kiely Muckey lived at 119 South Mill St. by 1942.  Mr. Muckey was born on 9-9-1891, and served as an infantry sergeant during WWI.  He was a machinist and a maintenance worker at the Precision Castings Co., where he was active in union affairs.  Mrs. Muckey was born about 1898, and married Patrick James Kiely on 12-3-1917.  Mr. Kiely was born about 1901, and died on 12-20-1931, following a car accident the previous day.  Mrs. Kiely wed Mr. Muckey on 5-2-1935, and died on 11-2-1973.  Mr. Muckey moved to Syracuse and died on 9-2-1982.  Mr. and Mrs. Kiely had:  James C. Kiely, who served in the USN during WWII, attended Syracuse University, married Betty C. Burke on 9-20-1952, worked for the Sealright Corp., and lived in Tustin, CA, and Lois Elaine Caryl Kiely, who attended Syracuse University, served in the WAVES during WWII, wed James F. McGregor and lived in Coupeville, WA. Mr. Muckey's uncle was Peter Muckey, who also lived in Fayetteville, (see his listing below).

Peter J. "Boyd" Muckey and Carolyn "Carrie" Warner Moorhead Muckey resided at 118 Elm St. by 1942, and at 107 Mechanic St. in 1944.  Mr. Muckey was born about 1863, and worked as a bartender.  Mrs. Muckey was born about 1878, and married Archie Moorhead (or Morehead) about 1892.  She wed Mr. Muckey about 1898, and died on 7-2-1944.  Mr. Muckey died on 11-24-1948, at the home of his neice, Dora Bertrand, in North Syracuse with whom he made his home after his wife's death.  By her first husband, Mrs. Muckey had:  Arna Moorhead, (see his listing above). 

Carl Eugene Muench and Caroline Friedel "Carrie" Muench lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Dr. Muench was born in Syracuse on 3-24-1884, and graduated from the College of Medicine at Syracuse University in 1907.  He later specialized in urology and surgery.  In 1911, Dr. Muench was one of four founders of the Crouse-Irving Hospital, and he served for nearly 60 years as a member of the board of trustees.  Mrs. Muench was born about 1886.  The couple wed about 1908, and lived with her family on McBride St. in Syracuse before moving to 204 Brattle Rd. in the 1920's.  That home remained their primary residence and they maintained their home in Fayetteville as a weekend retreat.  They still resided on Brattle Rd. when Mrs. Muench died on 5-14-1968, and Dr. Muench died on 4-13-1976.

Harry "Hy" Murray and Geraldine Borgett Murray lived at 106 North Burdick St. by 1942, and at 218 West Genesee St. by 1948.  Mr. Murray was born in Sandhurst, Ontario, Canada on 9-25-1890.  He was a house painter, then a mechanic for the Leon Carpenter auto dealership.  Mr. Murray married Florence Darling Murray in June, 1916.  They separated about 1921, and divorced in February, 1924.  Mr. Murray later wed Geraldine Borgett, a native of Chittenango, who was born about 1914.  (See the George Borgett listing above.)  They moved to Red Creek, NY, about 1954, and Mr. Murray died on 2-6-1963.  Mrs. Murray later wed a Mr. Gillette, lived in Sandy Pond, NY, and then in Oswego, NY.  She died on 6-16-1995.  Harry and Geraldine Murray had:  John Murray, who lived in Pulaski, NY. 

Ronald L. Myers and Lucille Sheldon Myers lived at 200 East Genesee St. by 1942, at 104 Spring St. by 1948, and then moved to St. Claire Shores, MI.  By 1960, the couple returned to Fayetteville, and lived at 216 Redfield Ave.  Mr. Myers was born about 1906 in Roulette, PA, and worked in the methods department at the Precision Castings Co.  He was active in the Fayetteville-Manlius Rod and Gun club and the FVFD.  Mrs. Myers was born on 1-20-1907, and was also a native of Roulette.  She graduated from the University of Lock Haven, and was an avid bowler.  The couple moved to Bridgeport about 1972, and lived there at Mrs. Murray's death on 9-18-1985, and at Mr. Murray's death on 12-2-1987.  





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