David Conviano Nash, Jr., lived at 406 Warren St. by 1927.  Mr. Nash was born on 7-2-1889, and was a carpenter for the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 4-26-1965.  His sister, Agnes Elizabeth Nash Arnold, and her children, moved from Syracuse to Fayetteville in the summer of 1939 to live with Mr. Nash.  Mrs. Arnold was born about 1908, and was believed to have been divorced from Claude Arnold, whom she married about 1924.  Mrs. Arnold died on 4-14-1958.  She had:  Claude Arnold, Jr., who was born in 1925, and Dorothy Arnold, who was born about 1926.

Leo A. Nash and Grace Shephard Nash lived at 411 Clinton St. by 1940.  Mr. Nash was born on 7-12-1903.  He was a driver for the Monarch Liquor Co.  Mrs. Nash was born about 1908, and the couple wed on 4-10-1924.  By 1974, the family lived in FL, where Mr. Nash worked for a printing company.  He was residing in Orlando, at his death on 6-25-1992.  They had:  Jane Nash, who was born about 1925, Richard Nash, who was born in January, 1926, served in the USN, worked for the Monarch Liquor Co., and married Blanch Peling about 1947, Gerald "Jerry" Nash, who lived in Liverpool, NY, Kenneth Nash, who lived in Lakeland, FL, and, probably, Leo K. Nash, who was born in 1924, and died on 5-16-1925.

Edith Holloway Nason lived at 305 Elm St. by 1942.  Dr. Nason was born in MA on 6-12-1895, and was a professor of home economics at Syracuse University.  She earned her doctorate in chemistry from Yale about 1923, and was an Instructor in chemistry at the University of Illinois, and an assistant professor of home economics at Cornell before joining the faculty at Syracuse University in 1928.  Dr. Annie Louise Macleod, the dean of the College of Home Economics at Syracuse, shared Dr. Nason's home for many years.  The two collaborated on a popular textbook, "Chemistry and Cookery," which was published in 1937.  Dr. Nason moved to East Lansing, MI, in 1949, and became a full professor at MSU.  She was accompanied by Dr. Macleod, who had already retired from Syracuse.  Both moved to Sarasota, FL, by 1953, and Dr. Nason died there on 1-9-1970.  Dr. Macleod, who was born in Canada on 2-7-1883, died in Sarasota on 9-29-1971.

William James Navin lived at 205 High Bridge St. by 1927.  Mr. Navin was born in Cato, NY, about 1869, and lived in DeWitt before his marriage to Minnie Olive Eastman on 11-16-1892.  He was a mechanic at the Stickley Furniture Co., and later a janitor at the Precision Castings Co.  About January, 1942, Mr. Navin's neice,  Grace Eastman Goebell, and her family, moved from Syracuse to live with Mr. Navin on High Bridge St.  Mrs. Navin was born about 1869, and was a life resident of Fayetteville.  She died on 5-22-1941.  Mr. Navin died on 7-7-1952.  (See the entry for William Goebell.)      

Robert V. Naylor and Ellen Young Naylor lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1927, and at 122 Redfield Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Naylor was born about 1887, and was a native of Baldwinsville, NY.  He  and graduated from the Syracuse University College of Law in 1911, and was a halfback on the first Syracuse team to play in Archbold Stadium.  Mr. Naylor was a lawyer with offices in the State Tower Building in Syracuse.  Mrs. Naylor was born about 1888, and graduated from Syracuse University's College of Fine Arts in 1908.  She was co-chair of the local civil defense program during WWII, and was very active in charitable causes before her death on 7-12-1948.  Mr. Naylor then wed Helen Fellows Reynolds, who had a son, Peter A. Reynolds, from her previous marrige.  Mr. Naylor lived at 711 Oakwood Ave. at his death on 10-26-1970.  Robert and Ellen Naylor had:  Robert J. Naylor, who was born about 1915, served in the ETO during WWII, wed Evelyn Wilber about 1948, was a machinst and toolmaker with the Globe Forge foundry and Crouse-Hinds, and lived in DeWitt at his death on 12-15-2003, Carleton V. Naylor, who wed Louise Alexander, and lived inSolvay, NY, and James E. Naylor, who lives in Fort Myers, FL.  Carleton and James Naylor both earned degrees in mechanical engineering from Syracuse University in 1941.

William N. Nelsen and Martha Soeter Nelsen lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, having lived previously at 1417 Butternut St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Nelsen was born in Germany about 1902, and was a native of Berlin.  He came to this country about 1928, and attended Syracuse University.  He worked as a mechanic at the Lowery Tool Co., and later was a machine designer for the Sealright Corp.  Mrs. Nelsen was born in Germany about 1905, and the couple wed about 1928.  He and Mrs. Nelsen moved to Otter Lake, NY, about 1950, and resided there at Mr. Nelsen's death on 12-14-1958.  They had:  Doris Nelsen, who was born in 1930, married Donald Corl, and lives in Newark, OH.  

Victor Pooler Newell and Martha Jane Lane Newell lived at 405 Clinton St. by 1942, and at 242 Salt Spring St. by 1947.  Mr. Newell was born about 1889, and was a native of Rochester.  He came to CNY about 1922 and worked six years for the Lamson Corp.  Mr. Newell joined the Precision Castings Co. in 1928 and worked for the company 21 years.  He was a purchasing agent and traffic manager.  Mr. Newell was an avid hunter and fisherman, and an active club man. He died unexpectedly on 1-14-1947.  Mrs. Newell, a native of Seneca Falls, NY, was born on 3-30-1894, and worked for Precision for 24 years as a purchasing clerk.  She died on 5-11-1983.  

Ada Florence Nichols lived at 301 Elm St. by 1927.  Miss Nichols, a member of a pioneer family in Fayetteville, was born about 1869, and was a life resident of the village.  She served as town clerk for several terms, succeeding her father, Volney H. Nichols, who served about 25 years in that office before his death in 1922.  Miss Nichols was active in Republican politics and in various local clubs.  Her brother, John Nichols, lived in Fayetteville, and was also active politically, (see his listing below).  Miss Nichols died on 6-24-1958.  

Edna May Nichols lived at 206 Thompson St. by 1942.  Miss Nichols was born on 2-20-1915, and was a stenographer at the Continental Can Co., before serving with the WAVES during WWII.  Miss Nichols made her home for about 15 years with her uncle and aunt, Loren Darling and Harriet Jones Darling, (see their listing).  Following the War, Miss Nichols worked in the office of the Naval Reserves in Washington, DC, where she served as secretary to Dr. Thomas Killian, who was the head of Naval Research.  Miss Nichols wed Captain Arthur Wendell Becker there on 10-1-1951.  The couple later lived in Bremerhaven, Germany, in NYC, (where Mr. Becker worked for the Kraft Cheese Co.), and in Avondale, Hyattsville and Bowie, MD.  Mr. Becker was born in Syracuse on 7-3-1915, and died on 8-20-1995, while living in Bowie.  Mrs. Becker resided there at her death on 2-5-2002.  They had:  Nancy Becker Smith, who lives now in Bowie.

John D. Nichols and Mabel Babcock Nichols lived at 303 Elm St. by 1927.  Mr. Nichols was born in Fayetteville about 1869, and was a life resident of the area.  He was a part of a pioneer family, and with his father, Volney Nichols, operated a hardware business.  After his father retired, Mr. Nichols worked in Syracuse for the NY Telephone Co.  Later he ran a grocery store, and then became the treasurer of the village of Fayetteville for 13 years, and the village clerk for three years.  Mr. Nichols died on 2-12-1946.  (See the entry above for his sister, Ada Florence Nichols.)  Mrs. Nichols was born in Mexico, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1895.  When she died on 10-17-1944, the local paper wrote, "Mrs. Nichols was a truly lovable personality and the loss will be greatly felt by a host of friends, especially her neighbors whom she had lived among for so many years."  

Mary Conroy Nichols lived at 104 Green St. by 1920.  Mrs. Nichols, a native of Marcellus, NY, was born about 1893, and was the widow of Harry Nichols, whom she wed about 1913.  Mr. Nichols was born on 11-28-1887, and worked for the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 4-16-1940, of burns received the previous day when molten metal struck him while he was working.  Mrs. Nichols died 6-23-1976.  They had:  Paul Emmet Nichols, who was born in 1920, earned a Siler Star in WWII, was an inspector at the Precision Castings Co., and later a masonry contractor, married Viola Howard on 10-28-1950, resided at 526 Cleveland Blvd., and died on 1-2-1993, Helen Genevieve Nichols, who married Howard Raymond Ray on 5-8-1935, and resided in Minoa at her death on 4-5-1978, and Katherine Eleanor "Polly" Nichols, who was born on 11-30-1921, wed Alfred R. Fischer on 5-31-1941, was a professional singer, resided at 216 Highbridge St., and later moved to Clarksville, TN, where she died on 6-20-1999.  

Norman S. Nichols and Pearl Hall Coe Nichols lived at 205 Elm St. following their marriage on 2-14-1942.  Mr. Nichols was born about 1872, and was an attendant at a Socony service station in Fayetteville.  He later worked for Precision. Mr. Nichols was married previously, having wed Wilda Barton about 1909.  She was a native of Canada, who was born about 1880, and came to the US in 1897.  They lived in Watertown when first wed, and were at 110 Walnut St. by 1927. Wilda Nichols was active in the American Red Cross, which was founded by her first cousin once removed, Clara Barton.  It is believed that she died about 1940.  Mr. Nichols died on 4-3-1956, and Pearl Nichols moved to the Orlando, FL, area where she died on 5-19-1958.  By her first husband, Mrs. Coe-Nichols had:  George Alfred Coe, and Stewart H. Coe.  (See their information in the listing above for Pearl Hall Coe.)

Howard D. Nielson lived at 113 Chapel St. by 1942, and at 5499 N. Manlius St., by 1974.   Mr. Neilson was born on 4-27-1914, and operated Neilson's Garage, which became an International Truck dealership.  He married Frances Elizabeth Young Shean, becoming the step-father of her four children:  William Shean, who lives in Cumming, GA, Harold Robert Shean, who was born in July, 1949, and lived in Oviedo, FL, Michael D. Shean, who was born about 1955, and lives in Fuquay-Varina, NC, Judith Shean Burgess, who lives in New Smyrna Beach, FL.  Mrs. Nielson was born in Truxton, NY, on 12-13-1922, and wed Reginald Frank Shean, who was born 12-28-1916.  They divorced at some point and he died in Marietta, GA, on 11-5-1986.  Mr. Nielson died 3-8-1990, and Mrs. Nielson later moved to Erie Village, in E. Syracuse.  She died on 6-14-2001. 

Clara Camille Markle Nielson lived at 110 Elm St. by 1942.  Mrs. Nielson was born 12-8-1914, and was a stenographer at the Precision Castings Co.  She was the widow of Robert Francis "Rob" Nielson who was born about 1910, and operated a garage on Manlius St. with his brother, Howard Nielson, (see his entry above).  Mr. Nielson was killed, along with his passenger, John D. Rooney, on 6-4-1941, (see the listing for Michael Rooney), when his small bi-plane crashed in dense fog just west of Canandaigua Lake, NY.  Mr. and Mrs. Nielson had two sons and a daughter.  

Grant C. Nierling and Catherine Byrnes Nierling lived at 704 Oakwood Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Nierling was born 4-20-1902, in Jamestown, ND.  He was a heating supervisor at the CNY Power Co.  Mrs. Nierling was born on 7-2-1906.  The couple moved to Sun City, AZ, and lived there at Mr. Nierling's death in April, 1984, and Mrs. Nierlings death, at age 91, on 3-31-1998.  They had:  Don Nierling, who was born on 12-24-1939, wed Marianne Duerr, resided in Orange Co., TX, and died in November, 1975.

Charles E. Noble lived on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Noble was born on 8-16-1901, and was a native of Camillus,  NY.  He was a truck driver for the Haberle Brewing Co., and later was a tool inspector for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Noble married first about 1927.  His wife, Ruth Noble, was born about 1896, and they resided in Syracuse.  By 1951, Mr. Noble was wed to Laura Kocher, who was born on 5-6-1892, and worked in a shoe factory as a young women.  She died on 2-12-1980.  Mr. Noble died on 12-15-1980.   Charles and Ruth Noble had:  Janice M. Noble, who was born about 1929, worked for the McMillan Book Co., married Harold Cunningham, and lived in East Syracuse.  By a previous marriage, Laura K. Noble had:  Erma Stevens, who wed Frederick Stevens, and lived in New Woodstock, NY.

Frederick D. "Oscar" Norris and Catherine Robbins Norris lived at 612 Walnut St. by 1942.  Mr. Norris was born on 5-26-1911, in Watertown, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1938.  He was a polisher and group leader at the Precision Castings Co. for more than 25 years.  The couple moved to Schenectady, NY, about a year before Mr. Norris died on 5-9-1978.  They had:  Barbara Norris.

Charles Nussbaum and Emily Schlatter Nussbaum lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1942, having lived before at 603 Beattie St., and on Salt Springs Rd. in Syracuse.  Mr. Nussbaum was born in Switzerland about 1877, and was the works manager for the Prosperity Co., a commercial laundry machinery manufacturing firm in Syracuse.  Mrs. Nussbaum was born in Alsace-Lorraine about 1880.  The couple wed about 1907, and came to America in 1925.  Mr. Nussbaum died from a heart attack on 10-6-1942, while driving on Highbridge Rd. in Lyndon.  Mrs. Nussbaum moved from the area by 1946.  They had:  Lillian "Lilly" Nussbaum, who was born about 1908, and was a governess, Ruth Nussbaum, who was born about 1912, and was a cost accountant for the Prosperity Co., and Benjamin Nussbaum, who was born about 1916, went to Syracuse University, and lived in Niagara Falls, NY.

Misses Clara B. Nutting and Harriet P. "Hattie" Nutting lived together on Salt Springs Rd. by 1942.  Clara Nutting was born on 4-23-1884, and her sister Harriet was born on 12-10-1891.  They were among the eight children of Levi Carr Nutting and Harriet Castle Nutting, and grew up on Danforth St. in Syracuse.  Both sisters worked for the Syracuse-Elbridge Co. as glove makers.  Harriet Nutting enjoyed writing poetry, and one of her poems, "Alone," was published by the Reader's Digest.  Clara Nutting was residing at 817 Danforth St. at her death on 2-25-1964, and Harriet Nutting lived in Minoa for 20 years prior to her death on 9-22-1991, at age 99.  

Herbert K. Nyman and Harriet Francis Markle Nyman lived at 304 Elm St. by 1942, and on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1952.  Mr. Nyman was born in Sweden on 9-13-1908.  He was a machinist for the O. M. Edwards Co., worked for the Stedford Chemical Co., and was head custodian at Wellwood School when he retired in 1974.  Mrs. Nyman was born on 3-4-1909, in Fayetteville, and the couple married on 11-9-1927.  Mrs. Nyman's aunt, Miss Harriet Stearns, was born about 1869, and was a native and life resident of Fayetteville.  She resided with the family until her death in July, 1946. Mr. Nyman's father, K. Albert Nyman, who worked for the Crucible Steel Co., lived with the family for about 10 years before his death on 8-18-1966.  He was born about 1882, and was a native of Sweden.  The couple moved to FL in 1974, and resided at Holly Hill when Mrs. Nyman died on 3-17-1981, and when Mr. Nyman died on 1-8-1987.  They had:  Charles R. Nyman, who was born in 1929, graduated from Morrisville Technical College in 1950, wed Beverly Schleich on 9-5-1953, was a farmer, and lived in Lyndon, and Martha Ellen Nyman, who wed Harold John Shinnick in July, 1950, and lived in Daytona Beach, FL.

Charles A. O'Brien and Genevieve Lester Reilly O'Brien lived at 204 Lincoln Ave. by 1927, at 308 Washington St. by 1942, and at 405 Walnut St. by 1948.  Mr. O'Brien was born in Penfield, NY, on 12-12-1895, and served in WWI.  Mr. O'Brien was a grocery store manager, and then was the postmaster at the Fayetteville post office from 1936 until 1963.  Mrs. O'Brien was born in Syracuse on 2-24-1896, and about 1920 she wed a Mr. Reilly.  She married Mr. O'Brien about 1926.  Mrs. O'Brien died on 7-15-1976, and Mr. O'Brien died on 12-18-1981.  Mr. and Mrs. Reilly had:  Genevieve  O'Brien (Reilly), who was born in NJ about 1921, was a dental hygienist, wed Parnell James McCarthy on 12-25-1941, and Earl S. Frost on 12-12-1946, and lived in MA. (See the Frost family listing above.)  Mr. McCarthy was a bomber pilot and was killed on duty over South America on 9-11-1943.  (See his entry above.)

Leo Chester Oeinck and Dorothy Anne Martin Oeinck lived at 213 Chapel St. following their marriage on 11-12-1940, and at 601 Clinton St. by 1942.   Mr. Oeinck was born about 1918.  He was a foreman at the Precision Castings Co. before entering the service in 1944.  Corporal Oeinck was a B-29 gunner based in Guam when his plane was shot down over Kyushu, Japan in 1945.  He parachuted out and was listed as MIA for a year before being officially declared dead in May, 1946.  Mrs. Oeinck was at 302 Spring St. by 1948.  They had:  Carolyn Oeinck, who was born about 1943.  

Leo J. Oeinck and Angeline Echter Oeinck lived at 511 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Oeinck was born about 1888, and was an accountant for the CNY Power Corp.  He came to Fayetteville about 1939.  Mr. Oeinck died on 5-20-1945.  Mrs. Oeinck was born in Utica, NY, about 1890, and lived at 315 East Genesee St. at her death on 3-7-1953.  They had:  Harold John "Gus" Oeinck, who worked for the Gar-Wood Co. in Syracuse, served in the USMC in WWII, wed Dorothy Oeinck, earned a degree in aeronautical engineering from Purdue, became a project engineer, and lived in Tacoma, WA, but worked in Austria  at his death on 8-22-1981, Leo C. Oeinck, who was killed in WWII, (see his listing above), Raymond Oeinck, who wed Beverly Maroney, operated an Atlantic gas station at 217 West Genesee St. and was a toolmaker for the Precision Castings Co., and resided at 222 Redfield Ave., Robert Oeinck, who lived in Downing, CA, Richard W. Oeinck, who lived at 506 S. Manlius St., Regina "Jean" Oeinck, who wed Stanley Hoag, Jr., and lives in East Syracuse, and Eleanor Oeinck.

Axel J. Olson and Madeleine Byrne Olson moved to 309 Elm St. in 1935.  Mr. Olson was born in Fitchburg, NY, in 1895, and was in the Army Corps of Engineers during WWI.  He came to Fayetteville about 1930, and was a manufacturer's agent and the owner of the Axel Olson Machine Equipment Co.  Mrs. Olson was born in 1901, and graduated from the College of St. Elizabeth Convent in NJ.  She taught school in Syracuse, and died on 3-15-1946.  Mr. Olson died on 6-18-1955.  They had:  Peter B. Olson, who attended the University of Rochester, lives in Fayetteville, and was a real estate, broker, John Eric Olson, who married Elizabeth Vincent in April, 1958, operated the Home Fair store, and resided in Fayetteville, and Mary Karen Olson, R.S.C.J, who graduated from Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart, took religious vows, and lived in St. Louis, MO.  

William John Orman and Lettie E. Wright Orman lived at 102 North St. by 1927.  Mr. Orman was born on 1-25-1890.  He was a native of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and came to Fayetteville about 1905.  Mr. Orman was a machinist for the Precision Castings Co. for 42 years.  Mrs. Orman, a life resident of Fayetteville, was born about 1892, and the couple wed about 1912.  Mr. Orman died on 12-4-1965.  His funeral was held three days later, and Mrs. Orman died in the early hours of 12-8-1965, the day following her husband's funeral.  They had:  Marion Louise Orman, who was born about 1917, worked as a house maid, wed Stephen Lowe on 10-14-1935, and Walter Thomas Whitworth, in Norwich Town, CT, on 10-11-1942, and lived at 100 South St. at her death on 3-5-1992, and Florence Orman, who was born about 1924, wed Raymond H. Crate, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 6-3-2007.

Ambrose George "Toby" Osborn lived at 7785 Salt Springs Rd. by 1927.  Mr. Osborn, a native of Chittenango, was born on 5-8-1888, and moved with his parents to Fayetteville in 1910.  He graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy and served in the USN during WWI.  He later worked several years for the Stickley Furniture Co. as an accountant, before assuming similar duties for the NYC railroad, working there for 32 years.  Mr. Osborn was also the first president of the Fayetteville-Manlius Rod & Gun Club.  He married Mabel Irene Felton.  Mrs. Osborn was born in Chelsea, MA, about 1891, and worked in a local jewelry store.  She died 11-30-1940, following several years of poor health.  Mr. Osborn resided in Utica, and then moved to FL in 1962.  He died on 1-18-1969, in St. Petersburg.  Mr. and Mrs. Osborn had:  Camilla Irene Osborn, who was born on 3-8-1924, was a graduate of Crouse-Irving Hospital's school of nursing, wed Arthur Zankowskl on 10-16-1946, had ten children, and died on 9-21-1985.  Mr. Osborn (or Osborne, as the last name sometimes appears) changed the order of his given names and preferred to be known as George Ambrose Osborn. 

Jessie Lucretia Keesler Osborn lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1942.   Mrs. Osborn was born in Chittenango about 1858, and was a life resident of the area.  As a young woman, she taught in rural schools.  After her marriage, she and her family lived in Eagle Village, before coming to Fayetteville in 1910.  Mrs. Osborn was the widow of Joel Fred Osborn, a farmer, blacksmith, and the owner of a small store in Eagle Village, who was born about 1859, and died on 4-19-1941. She died on 7-23-1942.  They had:  Alice Osborn, who wed Arthur Heath about 1912, and Orlando E. Seamans, lived in Chittenango, and died on 12-11-1945, Jessie Adelaine Osborn, who wed William Nelson Konvicka on 6-30-1920, (see her listing above), Carmen Osborn, who wed Floyd Weston, (see their listing), Ambrose Osborn (see his listing above), Henry Wagner Osborn, who was born on 8-4-1890, lived in Mt. Vernon, PA, and died in St. Petersburg, FL, on 7-7-1982, at age 91, and J. Fred Osborn, Jr., who was a pilot in WWI, was a movie stunt pilot, and lived in Santa Monica, CA.

Robert W. Osborne and Elizabeth Judge Osborne lived at 600 Orchard St. by 1942.  Mr. Osborne was a foreman for the Precision Castings Co.  By 1961, the couple had separated, and Mr. Osborne was residing in Los Angeles.  Mrs. Osborne was born about 1916, and died on 6-15-1981.  They had:  Judith Lynne Osborne, who was a typist for the Carpenter and Dunn firm, wed Gerald L. Ager on 9-1-1961, (see the listing for Frederick T. Ager), James R. Osborne, who was born about 1946, and lived in Fayetteville, and Elizabeth Osborne Standard, who was born about 1955, and lived in Manlius.

Edward A. Osterhout lived at 406 Warren St. by 1942, and at 311 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Osterhout was born in Ilion, NY, about 1878, and was a polisher at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Osterhout married Della Edick on 5-26-1898, and they lived in Ilion, and Syracuse.  Mrs. Osterhout was born on 10-8-1877, and was a cook in a private home.  The couple divorced and the former Mrs. Osterhout married Nela Getman in 1941.  She died in 1968.  Mr. Osterhout moved to Fayetteville, where he resided at his death on 12-30-1954.  They had:  Glenn Osterhout, who was born on 12-7-1901, and lived in Cape Coral, FL, at his death on 5-13-1989, and Alfred E. Osterhout, who was born in Mohawk, NY, about 1903, married Bertha E. Osterhout, lived in Fayetteville, worked for the Thermold Corp., and died on 4-4-1969.  

Edward Eugene Owens and Clarissa "Clara" Mills Owens lived on N. Manlius St. by 1927.  Mr. Owens was born about 1871, and served in the US Army in the Phillipines for ten years during the Spanish-American War.  He owned a florist business.  Mrs. Owens was born about 1881, and the couple wed about 1907.  She operated the green house and florist shop following Mr. Owens death on 11-17-1946.  Mrs. Owens was a  life resident of the area, and died on 5-16-1960.  They had:  Bernard Owens, who was born about 1911, and lived in Fayetteville, Eudora Owens, who was born about 1913, married Clarence Barnes, and lived in Lakeport, NY, Raymond Eugene Owens, who was born on 4-8-1917, served in the US Army's tank corps during WWII, was a drill press operator for the Precision Castings Co., and died on 1-13-1956.  Mr. and Mrs. Owens also had an adopted son:  Ralph E. Lampman, who was born about 1901, married Mary Mae Hoare on 12-26-1929, and lived in Baltimore, MD.

Robert T. Owens and Edith Charlotte Gehring Owens lived at 300 West Genesee St. by 1927, Burdick St. by 1928, and at 214 Salt Springs St. by 1948.  Mr. Owens was born about 1886.  He was a native of Cazenovia and came to Fayetteville about 1930.  Mr. Owens was a contractor and worked on houses in the Huntleigh tract.  He also served as chairman of the Town's board of assesors for many years.  Mrs. Owens was born about 1884, and died on 6-1-1962.  Mr. Owens was residing in Cortland, NY, when he died in Clearwater, FL, on 10-29-1970.  They had:  Ruth E. Owens, who served in the US Coast Guard Women's Reserve during WWII, wed Roy S. Bourne about 1947, and resided in Clearwater, and Arlene Owens, who married William F. Crowell on 11-4-1939, lived in Cortland, NY, and died in 1977. 

Addie Reynolds Paddock lived at 113 Mechanic St. by 1942.   Mrs. Paddock was born on 6-16-1864, and moved to Fayetteville about 1906.  She died on 4-19-1947.  Mrs. Paddock was the widow of Milo D. Paddock, whom she married on 7-3-1887.  Mr. Paddock was born on 4-22-1864, and farmed and worked for a packing company.  He died on 9-15-1940.  They had:  Earl Dexter Paddock, who was born on 4-6-1890, wed Charlotte Randall, lived in Fabius, NY, and died on 4-28-1952, Clara A. Paddock, who was born on 12-3-1893, wed Clifford E. Griffin, (see their listing above), and Pearl Paddock, who was born on 8-22-1895, married Arthur Benedict about 1913, and following his death in 1918, married Allen Snook, lived in Fayetteville, and died in 1959.

James William Palmer and Beatrice Omelia Hammond Palmer lived on High Bridge St. by 1942, having resided earlier in Camillus, NY.  Mr. Palmer was born in Auburn, NY, about 1877, and served in the Spanish-American War.  He was a poultry farmer.  Mr. Palmer died on 5-18-1958.  Mrs. Palmer was born on 8-17-1897, and wed Mr. Palmer about 1916.  She was the organist at the Fayetteville Methodist Church, and died in 1961.  They had:  James H. Palmer, who was born on 11-13-1921, was a steel worker at the Crucible Steel Co., and moved to Ephrata, WA, Violet May Palmer, who was born on 5-16-1920, was a stenographer for Crucible, and married Robert Case, Jessie Grace Palmer, who was born on 4-12-1919, was a stenographer for the FDIC, married Charles W. McKinney on 2-20-1943, and Carl Mapstone, (see the entry for George Mapstone), John Delmar Palmer, Charles J. Palmer, who was born about 1921, Rae Eleanor Palmer, who was born on 3-19-1917, wed Glenn W. Stearns, and lived in Fayetteville, Doris Harriet Palmer, who was born on 2-28-1918, and resided in Erin, NY, at her death on 12-20-2005, Avice Marilyn Palmer, who was born on 6-10-1924, was a stenographer for the Carrier Corp., wed Fred A. Crockett, Jr., and resides in Cazenovia.  It is thought that Mr. Palmer was wed previously and had:  Burr Leslie Palmer, who was born on 11-16-1908, lived in Mattydale, NY, was an avid bowler and hunter, and died in December, 1973, Fanny Palmer Smith, and Kathleen Ann Palmer.

Zada Eaton "Zalde" Palmer and her sister, Katherine Adelle "Kate" Palmer, lived at 308 Elm St. by 1927.  They were among the ten children of Jerome Bonaparte Palmer and Elizabeth Ann Hibbard--all of whom were born in Manlius. The Palmer family was one of the pioneer families in the area, having settled west of Fayetteville about 1810, and both sisters were active in the DAR.   Miss Zada Palmer was born on 3-1-1859, and died on 12-15-1947.   Miss Kate Palmer was born on 9-21-1862, and died on 6-14-1952. 

William Everett Palmer and Bertha Renner Palmer lived on South Burdick St. by 1927.  Mr. Palmer was born about 1885.  He was  active in Republican politics and was a civil deputy sheriff assigned to the Onondaga County Court House for nearly 20 years.  Mr. Palmer died on Christmas Day, 1943.  Mrs. Palmer was born about 1887, in NYC.  By 1948, she lived at 308 Elm St. and was a clerk at the Baldwin department store in Limestone Plaza.  Mrs. Palmer died on 8-19-1974.  They had:  Catherine Palmer, who was born on 11-12-1916, wed J. William Langenmayr, and lived in Fayetteville at her death on 5-21-1974, and Everett L. Palmer, who was born about 1910, graduated from Syracuse University in 1935, wed Helen Brown, was with the General Electric Co. for 23 years, and lived in Lynchburg, VA, at his death on 2-21-1968. 

Leo F. Paradis and Beverly "Bea" Hoffman Paradis lived at 115 Center St. by 1942, having moved to Fayetteville about 1933.  Mr. Paradis was born on 8-14-1894, and was a native of Lynn, MA.  He served in WWI, and retired as a sales manager for the Inmont Corp.  Mr. Paradis was president of the Limestone Creek Hunt Club and was very active in equestrian shows.  The couple moved to Syracuse about 1973, and lived at 1507 Meadowbrook Dr. when Mr. Paradis died on 9-24-1985.  Mrs. Paradis was born on 10-28-1903, and died in a local nursing home on 2-23-1987.  

Walter S. Parcell and Catherine Mooney Parcell lived at 510 Warren St. by 1942.  Mr. Parcell was born 2-4-1904.  He was an industrial engineer for the Westlnghouse Electric Co. in Pittsburgh, and the Western Electric Co., in Chicago, and was the superintendent of the Klein Food Co., in Chicago, before becoming chief industrial engineer for the Precision Castings Co. and its allied plants.  He served as president of the Fayetteville Civic Club, and was active in various community affairs.  Mrs. Parcell was born on 8-1-1905, and the couple wed in 1929.  By 1966, they lived in OH, and were in New Port Richey, FL, by 1979.  They lived in North Port, FL, when Mr. Parcell died on 6-8-1983, and Mrs. Parcell died on 8-21-1984.

Elijah L. Parker lived at Twin Willow Farm on High Bridge St. by 1927.  Mr. Parker was born in South Onondaga, NY, on 7-25-1850, and came to Fayetteville about 1904.  He was a farmer and nurseryman.  Mr. Parker was the widower of Louisa Holkings, who was born in England on 3-1-1852, and came to this country as an infant.  Mrs. Parker died on 1-20-1924, and Mr. Parker died on 2-11-1945.  They had:  Raymond P. Parker, who was a sales manager for the Chicago Crayon Co., and resided in Lockport, IL, Henry Lawrence Parker, who was born 9-14-1887 and probably died on 9-16-1888, and Louis H. Parker of Fayetteville, (see his listing below).  On 6-16-1909, Mr. Parker was severely injured when he fell from a hay wagon, breaking his neck.  During his slow, and never complete, recovery, a neighbor gave him 30 peony roots which were soon planted.  While observing their development, Mr. Parker began a nursery business.  The business grew to include over 50,000 plants and hundreds of varieties, and Mr. Parker came to be regarded as an expert in the development and care of peonies.   

Harry W. Parker and Anne Wren Parker lived at 25 Linden Lane by 1942.  Mr. Parker was the proprietor of the Bridgeport Flour & Feed Mill, and in 1961 he co-founded Cazenovia Equipment Co.--a farm implement dealership.  He was the president of the Fayetteville Civic Club.  The couple moved to Deerfield, FL, by 1966.  They had:  Aneen "Noonie" Parker, who was born about 1934, attended Wells College, and married Donald Cameron Crounce in 1953.

Lewis F. Parker and Sarah "Sadie" Kennedy Parker lived at 506 South Manlius St. by 1927.  Mr. Parker was born about 1867, and was a woodworker at the Stickley Furniture Co.   Mrs. Parker, who lived in Chittenango, was born about 1873, and also worked for Stickleys when the couple married on 9-12-1916.  Mr. Parker died on 9-20-1943, and Mrs. Parker died on 11-5-1946.  

Louis H. Parker and Gladys Garlock Parker lived on High Bridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Parker was born on 4-19-1892.  He operated Parker's Peony Farm, which was begun by his father, E. L. Parker, (see his listing above).  After his father's death, Mr. Parker worked full time on his nursery operations.  Mrs. Parker, a native of Adams, NY, was born on 10-30-1893.  The couple wed on 12-8-1913, and lived in Fayetteville by 1930.  Mr. Parker died on 3-15-1957, and Mrs. Parker died on 10-29-1970.  They had:  Jason Parker, who lived in Massena, NY, and died on 8-16-1983, Lawrence Ray "L.R." Parker, who was born on 10-28-1921, served in the USAC during WWII, wed Iona Guiles and Virginia Parker, was a tree surgeon, worked in AK, and later became the manager of the family business, and lived in Fayetteville, Wilson Parker, who wed Alice Parker, was also a nurseryman, and lives in East Syracuse, Carl Arthur Parker, who lived in Massena, and died on 7-21-1992, Jeanette Parker, who was born on 10-10-1919, and wed Fred Smith, (see their listing), and lived in Chittenango.  

Ernest Chester Patterson and Mary Griffin Patterson lived at 111 Mechanic St. by 1927, having lived previously in Manlius, and at 319 Shonnard St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Patterson was born on 7-12-1882, in Jamesville, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1926.  He went to work as a machinist with the Prosperity Co.--a Syracuse manufacturer of commercial laundry equipment--about 1922.  Mr. Patterson served 12 years on the village board of trustees.  He was stricken and died on 6-8-1947, while driving between Cazenovia and New Woodstock.  Mrs. Patterson, a life resident of Fayetteville, was born about 1881, and died on 3-15-1949.

William Patterson and Millie Gray Patterson lived at 214 West Genesee St. by 1927.  Mr. Patterson was born about 1876, and was a woodworker and later a trimmer at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Patterson was born about 1882 in Nelson, NY, and moved to Fayetteville as a child.  The couple wed about 1904.  Mrs. Patterson's father, William Gray, a former carpenter, lived with the family before his death on 9-25-1951.  He was 98, and at the time of his death was believed to have been the oldest resident of the Town of Manlius.  Mr. Patterson retired from Precision about 1952, and died on 4-6-1954.  Mrs. Patterson, who also worked at Precision, lived in a nursing home for about four years before her death on 2-6-1975, at age 92.  They had:  Harry J. Patterson, who was seven at his death on 9-3-1916.

Harvey John Pease and Etta Relph Pease lived at 108 High Bridge St. by 1916, and at 201 West Genesee St. by 1948.  Mr. Pease was born on 1-28-1891.  He was a grocery merchant for many years, and later became a polisher at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Pease died on 10-18-1950.  Mrs. Pease was born about 1891, and the couple married on 11-11-1915.  She was a life resident of Fayetteville and resided on South Manlius St. a few years before her death on 10-18-1955.   

Arthur C. Penoyer lived at 106 Chapel St. by 1927, on Walnut St. by 1934, and at 408 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Penoyer was born about 1880, in Fabius, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1920.  He worked as a coal dealer, a landscaper for the Village, and later a cabinet maker and finisher for the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mr. Penoyer was wed to Estella L. Penoyer.  She was born about 1888, and the couple wed about 1904.  Mr. Penoyer died on 7-12-1955.  They had:  Bertha "Stella" Penoyer, who was born about 1905, wed Leslie "Max" Strong, and lived in Memphis, NY, Nellie L. Penoyer, who was born about 1906, and was a beautician, Betty N. Penoyer, who was born about 1906, and died suddenly on 9-30-1934, while riding with friends, Frances Penoyer, who was born about 1909, married John Knickerbocker on 7-28-1930, and John N. Aprahaniam, (see her listing above), Pearl Penoyer, who was born in 1910, Eathel Penoyer, who was born about 1911, and died of diphtheria on 3-2-1921, Clara Penoyer, who was born about 1914, married Roger Moomaw, and resided in Baltimore, Oscar Arthur Penoyer, who was born about 1916, graduated from Cornell, served in the USMC during WWII, married Elizabeth Georgia Savery on 1-13-1945, worked at the Empire Livestock Co., lived in Cortland, NY, at his death on 4-27-1997, and Robert A. Penoyer, who was born in 1919, served in the AAC during WWII, wed Marion Nan about 1950, was a supervisor of electricians at the Edgewood Arsenal, resided in Jacksonville, MD, and died on 10-15-1989.  It is possible that Nellie and Betty Penoyer may have been the same person, as the 1920 census shows that the Penoyers had only five daughters living at that time.

Charles A. Penrose and Lillian Russell Penrose lived at 821 Oakwood Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Penrose was born on 7-24- 1896, and was a compensation adjustor and resident manager for the Utilities Mutual Insurance Co. at 300 Erie Blvd., West, in Syracuse.  He also served as police chief for the Village.  Mr. Penrose died on 8-30-1974.  Mrs. Penrose was born on 9-4-1897, and was a native of Canaan, CT.  She came to Fayetteville in 1940, and died on 7-14-1990.  They had: Ruth S. Penrose, who was a teacher, married Wilbur Middleton, and lived in Brewerton, NY.  The Penroses also raised their niece, Virginia Penrose Sills, who studied nursing at Crouse-Irving Hospital, and lived in Cape Vincent, NY, and a nephew, Second Lt. George T. Penrose, who lived with the couple by 1951 before serving with the Army in Korea, and lived in Mill Creek, WA.

Horace W. Percival and Gladys Hewitt Percival lived at 321 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Percival was born in England about 1900, and came to this country about five years before his marriage on 11-27-1930.  He was the manager of the Inglis Co.  Mrs. Percival was born in 1904, and was an elementary school teacher in Fayetteville.  She lived at 203 Brooklea Dr. by 1948, and at 214 South Manlius St. by 1960.  The couple apparently separated before 1948, and Mr. Percival returned to Europe.  Mrs. Percival died on 1-13-1978.  They had:  Richard E. Percival, who lived in Fayetteville, married Winifred A. Koegel, then Bonnie Barzee in 1963, and worked for the Chrysler Corp.   

Frederic James Perrett lived at 214 South Burdick St. by 1927.  Mr. Perrett was born on 8-23-1873, and was a native of Syracuse.  He married Cora B. Dixon about 1894, and worked for the Onondaga County Highway Department as a blacksmith.  Mrs. Perrett was born about 1877, and the couple separated   Mr. Perrett lived with his daughter's family in Jamesville for several years before he died on 1-28-1965, at the age of 91.  They had:  DeEtta Perrett, who was born in Fayetteville on 10-9-1895, wed Frederick A. Eager, lived in Jamesville, and died on 12-10-1980, Arthur F. Perrett, who was born about 1897, wed Thelma Whittaker, resided in Syracuse, was service manager at the White Motor Co., and died on 7-8-1969, and Alfred Perrett, who was born about 1899, married, and resided in Chicago, and was a tobacco salesman.

Sybil Hunt Perry lived on the Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Mrs. Perry, who was born in CA in 1906, was the daughter of William Hunt and Gertrude Ryder Hunt of Fayetteville, (see the Hunt's entry).  Mrs. Perry graduated from Westchester State Teachers' College, and married J. Franklin Perry on 4-5-1941.  Mr. Perry was a native of Boonville, NY, and was born about 1907.  He graduated from Cornell University's school of hotel management, and worked for the American Hotel Corp.  The couple were briefly in Albion, MI, after their marriage, and later lived in NJ and NYC.  Mr. Perry died in NJ on 5-12-1957.  Mrs. Perry lived in Largo, FL, at her death in April, 1964.  They had:  Susan Perry, and Jonathan Perry.

Irving Delos Perry and Natalie Ecker Perry lived at 115 East Genesee St., following their marriage on 8-26-1916.  Mr. Perry was born in Syracuse in March, 1888.  He graduated from Syracuse University and was a field representative for the Federal Home Loan Bank with responsibilty for NY and NJ.  He also became an official of the Conduit-Miller Co. The family moved to Chappaqua, NY, in July 1943, and resided in Rhinebeck, NY, at Mr. Perry's death on 7-28-1968.  Mrs. Perry resided in NC at her death on 6-20-1975.  They had:  Irving Ecker Perry, who was born on 6-16-1917, was in the AAC during WWII, resided in Indian Trail, NC, and died on 8-26-2006, Lois Joanne Perry, who was born about 1920, wed John Alan Quinn on 11-21-1942, and lives in Clearwater, FL, and Natalie Perry, who wed a Mr. Ehrenrelch and J. R. Damano, and lived in Gastonia, NC. 

Frank Elmer Petch and Katherine Toole Petch lived on South Park St. by 1914, and on James St. by 1927.  Mr. Petch was born on 8-13-1884, and was a native of Westmoreland, NY.  He came to Fayetteville about 1912, and worked as a farmer, before working for the Van-Wagner Co., Precision Castings Co.,Stickley Furniture Co., and later, Green Lakes State Park.  Mrs. Petch was born in 1882, and the couple wed on 7-22-1913.  She died on 6-1-1958, and Mr. Petch died on 10-12-1972.  Mr. Petch had two brothers who also lived in Fayetteville, (see the listings below for Fred Petch and T. E. Petch).

Frederick W. Petch lived at 209 North Park St. by 1942, and at 413 1/2 East Genesee St. by 1948.   Mr. Petch was born about 1886, and came to Fayetteville about 1913.  He worked for the Stickley Furniture Co., and was residing on James St. at his death on 1-9-1959.  Mr. Petch was the brother of Frank Petch and T. Earl Petch, who also resided in Fayetteville, (see their listings). 

James E. Petch and Arline Malcolm Petch lived at 405 East Genesee St. by 1942, and at 400 Spring St. by 1944.  Mr. Petch was born 11-12-1917, and grew up in Fayetteville.  (See the listing for his father, T. Earl Petch, below.)  He was awarded a Bronze Star for his service in the Army Infantry during WWII.  Mr. Petch was a clerk at the Solvay Process Co. and later worked in time study manament for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Petch was born in 1917, and was a secretary for the local school district, and later was a bookkeeper for Terrell's Potato Chip Co.  At some point the couple divorced and Mr. Petch is believed to have re-married and lived in FL.  He died on 1-30-2005.  The former Mrs. Petch married Joseph Leffler on 10-15-1960.  She moved to his home in Fulton, NY, but later returned and lived at 405 Orchard St. by 1966, and at 104 Spring St. at her death on 5-13-1982.  James and Arline Petch had:  Joan Kathleen "Kay" Petch, who was born in 1942, graduated from SUNY at Potsdam in 1964, taught elementary school, married Allen D. Grossmann in January, 1967, and lives in Naperville, IL. 

Thomas Earl Petch and Mary Creamer Petch lived at 207 North Park St. by 1927.  Mr. Petch was born in 1896, and came to Fayetteville as a young man.  He was a salesman for the Dock Chevrolet Co., and later an inspector for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Petch died on 3-15-1949.  Mrs. Petch was a native of Clayton, NY, and was born in 1889.  She came to Fayetteville about 1895.  Mrs. Petch was long active in Republican politics and served as the school tax collector.  She died on 10-29-1965.  They had:  Robert F. Petch, who was born in 1925, was a decorated veteran of WWII, having participated in the invasion of Normandy, attended Niagara University, was a bookkeeper at the First National Bank of Minoa, and lives now in Easley, SC, and James Petch, (see his listing above).  Mr. Petch had two brothers who also lived in Fayetteville, (see the listings above for Frank Petch and Fred Petch).  

Clarence A. Peterson and Louise Miller Peterson lived on the Green Lake Rd. near Kirkville by 1942.  Mr. Peterson was born in 1895, and was a native of Camden, NY.  He came to the Kirkville area about 1935.  Mr. Peterson worked in the shipping room at the U. S. Hoffman plant in Syracuse, but retired in 1963 from the Crouse-Hinds Corp., where he was a foundryman.  Mr. Peterson died on 3-4-1973.  Mrs. Peterson was born in 1910, and was a life resident of the Kirkville area.  She died on 9-20-2004, at age 94.  They had:  LeRoy A. Peterson, who wed Jane Leigh, was a farmer, and lives in Kirkville.

Guiseppe "Joe" Pezzati lived at 110 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Pezzati was of Italian descent but was born in London, England, on 8-17-1905.  He came to America in 1927, and made his home in Fayetteville with his sister and brother-in-law Robert Fietta.  He worked as a waiter at their Fayetteville Inn, before serving in the AAC during WWII.  Following his discharge he returned to Brooklea Dr. but moved away before 1951.  Mr. Pezzati later worked as a chef, and resided in Oneida, NY, at his death on 6-11-1982.

Louis J. Pfohl and Ruth Forman Pfohl lived at 401 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, and moved to 211 Huntleigh Ave. in 1952.  Mr. Pfohl was born in 1892, in Buffalo, NY, and graduated from Ottawa University.  He was the branch manager for Gar-Wood Industries, and later was the owner of the Pfohl Equipment Co.--a dealer in truck parts and bodies.  Mrs. Pfohl was born in 1892, and was a native of Rochester.  She was also active in the family owned firm.  Mr. Pfohl died on 7-20-1957, and Mrs. Pfohl died on 7-4-1969.  They had:  William Forman Pfohl, who was born in Cleveland Hts, OH, about 1922, served in the ETO during WWII,  worked for the D. W. Winkelman Construction Co., married Elizabeth O'Donnell, and was living at 306 Winkworth Parkway in Syracuse at his death on 3-20-1976, Patricia Pfohl, who was a nurse at Memorial Hospital in Syracuse, married Daniel E. Louray, and lives in Manlius, and Anne Pfohl, who wed Norman R. Shepard and Robert C. Romer, and lived in Mahway, NJ.      

Stanley James Philbrick and Janet Spring Philbrick lived at 206 Washington St. by 1942, and moved to Cazenovia by 1945.  Mr. Philbrick was born about 1908, and was an advertising salesman for the Syracuse Post-Standard, and later a district manager for the Kerr Glass Co.  He died on 3-4-1963, on a plane en route to Vineland, NJ.  Mr. Philbrick was also the owner of the William Inn (now known as the Braeloch Inn).   Mrs. Philbrick was born on 6-23-1913, and worked as a clerk for the Cazenovia school system.  She lived at 99 Fenner St. in Cazenovia at her death on 11-27-1984.  They had:  Janet Philbrick, who wed Fred Butler, Jr., about 1956, and lived in Cazenovia, and Patricia Philbrick,   who married A. Richard Race, and lived in Cazenovia.

George Phillips and Helen West Phillips lived at 419 East Genesee St. by 1942, and on James St. by 1948.  Mr. Phillips served in the Army during WWII.  He operated a confectionary shop, and later worked at the General Crushed Stone Co. as a clerk.  The family moved to Fort Lauderdale, FL, about 1955.  They had:  Beverly Phillips, and Donald Phillips.   

Ivan Joseph Phillips and Carrie Carson Phillips lived on High Bridge St . by 1942.  Mr. Phillips was born on 5-5-1892.  He was a trucker for the Atlas Powder Co. and operated an explosives business in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Phillips was born on 6-26-1898, and died on 9-17-1968.  Mr. Philliips lived on the Manlius Center Rd. in East Syracuse when he died on 5-3-1976.  They had:  Esther J. Phillips, who worked at a school supply store in Syracuse, wed Justice Henecke, and lived in East Syracuse, and Elizabeth Phillips Crossley, who lived in Libertyville, IL.

Merton G. Phillips and Doris Goodfellow Phillips lived on Orchard St. by 1938, and at 206 Thompson St. by 1942.  Mr. Phillips was born in 1909, and was a native of East Syracuse.  He was a painter for the NYC railroad for 43 years.  Mrs. Phillips was born in Syracuse on 8-18-1915, and the couple married on 8-28-1937.  She was a secretary for the Thermold Corp. and was also the secretary of the Syracuse Women's Bowling Association.  Mr. Phillips died on 9-14-1992, and Mrs. Phillips died on 8-26-2001.  They had:  Virginia "Ginny" Phillips, who was born about 1940, attended Plattsburg State College, married Joseph G. Schram, taught school and lived in Liverpool, and died on 3-1-1994, and Gerald W. Phillips, who was a computer operator for MONY, wed Kathryn Lee Ralph on 4-4-1970, and later resided in Huntington Beach, CA.

D. D. Pickard lived in the Fayetteville area by 1917, and resided on North Burdick St. by 1942.  Mr. Pickard was born on 11-1-1885, in Jordan, NY.  He married Erma Pickard, who was born about 1894, and it is likely that they divorced about 1925.  He was a farmer on the Pierson farm and later the Erkenbeck farm.  Still later Mr. Pickard farmed on Burdick St. until retiring about 1954.  At his death on 12-6-1959, he was living at 219 Dawley Rd.  They had twin sons:  Wilson Pickard, and Woodrow Pickard, (see their entries below).

Wilson D. Pickard and Olive Vanderworken Pickard lived on North Burdick St. by 1942, at 219 Dawley Rd. by 1960, and later at 8258 Green Lake Rd.  Mr. Pickard was born on 2-3-1915, and was a native of Clockville, NY.  He was a farmer, and later spent 35 years as a foreman at the General Crushed Stone Corp.  Mrs. Pickard was born on 9-12-1919, in Kirkville, and the couple married in August, 1937.  Mr. Pickard died on 3-11-1987, and Mrs. Pickard died on 7-24-2009.  They had:  James D. Pickard, who wed Shirley Pickard, worked at the General Crushed Stone Co., and lives in DeWitt, and Wilson Earl "Sonny" Pickard, who wed Cindy Pickard, and lives in Kirkville. 

Woodrow D. Pickard and Beulah Porter Pickard lived on North Burdick St. by 1948, and at 217 Dawley Rd. by 1960.  Mr. Pickard was born on 2-3-1915.  He was a farmer, and later worked for the General Crushed Stone Co., retiring in 1978.  Mrs. Pickard was born in Fabius, NY, on 1-12-1910.  The couple lived at 102 South Park St. when Mr. Pickard died on 3-2-1992.  Mrs. Pickard died on 4-29-1994, while residing at the Van Duyn Nursing Home near Syracuse.   

Manford E. Pickrell and Bernice Calvert Pickrell lived at 725 Oakwood Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Pickrell was born 1-5-1907, and grew up in Van Lear, KY.  He was a representative for  RCA.  Mr. Pickrell died on 6-24-1991, while living in Eustice, FL.  They had:  Manford Pickrell, Jr., who was the president of Xetron Corp., a NJ based manufacturer of lighting and projection equipment. 

Marian Hurst Pierce lived at 1026 Ackerman Ave. in Syracuse by 1930, and on West Genesee St. by 1942.  Mrs. Pierce was born in CT about 1903, and was the widow of Harold J. Pierce, a home builder, whom she wed about 1924.  Mrs. Pierce was the daughter of Albert Hurst and Nina S. Hurst, who also lived in Fayetteville.  (See their listing above.)  She taught in Irondequoit, NY.   They had:  Robert J. Pierce, who was born about 1924, and attended the University of Michigan, and Donald A. Pierce, who was born in 1930.   

William J. Pierce, Jr., and Mabel Strong Pierce moved to Fayetteville about 1924, and lived at 511 Clinton St. by 1930, and 507 Warren St. by 1942.  Mr. Pierce was a native of Ilion, NY, and was born about 1891.  He was a die maker at Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Pierce was born about 1891, and the couple wed about 1913.  Their niece, Edith Pierce, lived with the couple by 1942, and attended CCBI (Central City Business Institute).  The family moved to Minoa about 1947, and lived on North Main St. at Mr. Pierce's death on 11-20-1955.  Mrs. Pierce died on 5-22-1963.  They had: Ruth Elizabeth Pierce, who was born about 1916, wed Paul Blake on 6-8-1940, and lived in Minoa, Dorothy M. Pierce, who was born about 1921, was a dental hygienist, wed Robert Goodfellow, and lived in Marietta, NY,  and Robert W. Pierce, who was born about 1923, served in the USN during WWII, married Jane Blakeman on 7-21-1963, operated the Pierce Shoe Store, and lived in North Syracuse.

Mary Piquet lived on Manlius Center Rd. by 1942.  She was born about 1865, and died on 1-22-1944.  Mrs. Piquet had:  Peter V. Piquet, who was born in West Monroe, NY, about 1894, wed Minnie Knighton, resided in Manlius Center, was a watchman for the NYC railroad, and died on 5-17-1958, Martha Piquet Tuttle, who resided in Syracuse, Mary Piquet Philo, who lived in Minoa, Bertha Piquet Metcalf, who was born about 1885, and resided on Midland Ave. in Syracuse, Bernice Piquet, who was born about 1900 in West Monroe, wed Louis H. Ferris, lived on Green Lake Rd., and died on 9-19-1965, Fay Piquet, who was born on 5-13-1906, wed Pearl Fitzgibbon, was active in local Republican politics, and lived in East Syracuse at his death in August, 1978, and Frank J. Piquet, who was born about 1903, wed Clara Piquet, the widow of Holton Groesbeck, was a brakeman on the NYC railroad, lived in Manlius Center, and died on 8-22-1957.

Carlton C. Plumb and Janet N. Plumb moved to 118 Redfield Avenue in the summer of 1954, when Mr. Plumb was transferred by General Mills to the Syracuse sales district.  Mr. Plumb, who was born on 6-24-1917, in Malone, NY, was responsible for introducing and testing General Mill’s new food products in the Syracuse market.  Mrs. Plumb was born on 9-8-1918, in Albany, NY, and while in Fayetteville was active in the Girl Scouts, the United Church, and the Onondaga County Well Baby Clinic.  Mr. and Mrs. Plumb moved to Cazenovia in 1968, and built a home on property overlooking the lake that they had purchased in the early 1960’s.  After Mr. Plumb's retirement from General Mills, the couple moved to Delmar, NY, in 1980.  He died on 7-19-2001, and Mrs. Plumb died on 10-9-2002.  Their children:  Bob Plumb, who was born in 1942, and lives in Potomac, MD, and Judy Plumb Panico, who was born in 1949, and lives in Big Fork, MT.  

Stephen Polacek, Sr.,  and Christine Riemas Polacek lived on the East Genesee Turnpike in Mycenae by 1923.  Mr. Polacek was born on 8-11-1891 in Czechoslovakia.  He was a polisher for the Stickley Furniture Co., and later was a truck driver for the Prosperity Co.  Mrs. Polacek was born about 1893, in Czechoslovakia, came to this country about 1910, and wed a few years later.  The couple moved to Camillus about 1968.  Mrs. Polacek died on 3-25-1970, and Mr. Polacek was living there with a son when he died on 3-2-1973.  They had:  Stephen Polacek, Jr., who was born on 6-7- 1914, wed Jamina "Jane" Pietrasik on 10-11-1936, and Sophia Bruska about 1947, lived in Camillus, was the sales manager of the Hygrade Food Products Co., and died on 5-30-2007, at age 92, Paul Polacek, who served in WWII, was a welder at the US Hoffman Machine Co., wed a Miss FitzGerald, and lived in Seattle, WA, Pauline C. Polacek, who wed Richard Keeler, lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park, and died at home of gas poisoning on 10-16-1953, and Olga Polacek, who married Elmer Warner, and lived in Syracuse.

Francis Albert Porter and Isabel Harkness Porter lived at 409 Brooklea Dr., by 1939, and at 532 East Genesee St. by 1944, and moved to 223 Maple Dr. in Lyndon by 1960.  Mr. Porter was born in 1901.  He was a metallurgist for the Doehler Die Co. and for the Precision Castings Co.  Later Mr. Porter was a partner in the Roth Smelting Co.  The couple moved to Orleans County, NY, and Mr. Porter died on 12-14-1981, at his home in Albion, NY.  Mrs. Porter was born 5-30-1900, and died on 2-25-1985.  They had:  Francis Porter, Jr., who served in the AAC during WWII, worked for the Precision Co., lived in Cazenovia, and probably wed Geraldine Smithers, and Janice Amil Porter, who wed Calvin J. Warne on 1-12-1945 and Harvey Cummings, and lives in Albion.

Frank Orsin Porter and Myrtle Weger Porter lived at 201 Clinton St. by 1930, at 604 Orchard St. by 1942, and at 204 Thompson St. by 1948.  Mr. Porter was born in Wolcott, NY, about 1878, and was a farmer in Wayne County.  After moving to Fayetteville, he was a finisher at the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mrs. Porter was born on 3-18-1886, and the couple wed about 1904.  She was a cafeteria worker at Stickley.  Mr. Porter died on 9-3-1953, and Mrs. Porter died in September, 1977, at age 91.  They had:  Roscoe Porter, (see his listing below), and Virgil J. Porter, who was born on 1-10- 1909, wed Anna Tighe, lived in Buffalo and worked for Bell Aircraft, retired in 1971 and returned to Fayetteville, and lived at 318 Washington Blvd. at his death on 2-19-1985.

Glenn H. Porter and Della Rose Porter lived at 517 Orchard St. by 1930, at 123 Elm St. by 1942, and on Warren St. in 1944.  Mr. Porter was born about 1909, in Wolcott, NY.  In Fayetteville, he was a refinisher at the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mr. Porter became engaged in construction work in Virginia and Delaware about 1942, and until the fall of 1944, the family split their time between there and  Fayetteville.  The Porters then lived in Syracuse, Massena, NY, and Wolcott, and Mr. Porter was a heavy equipment mechanic for the Warren Brothers Co.  He died in Potsdam, NY, on 3-5-1989.  Mrs. Porter was born about 1913, and wed when she was just 13.  They had:  Louise Porter Annis, who was born in 1928, and lived in Massena, NY.

Robert Russell Porter and Margery Stickley Porter lived at 117 Center St. by 1942.  Mr. Porter was born about 1891, and was a native of Lonacoming, MD.  He was a salesman for the H. T. Cushman Furniture Co. in Bennington, VT, and other furniture firms. Mr. Porter was the president of the local Chamber of Commerce, and was active in many civic causes.  Mrs. Porter was born about 1899, and wed in 1931.  She was the daughter of Leopold Stickley, the president of the Stickley Furniture Co., (see his entry), and graduated from Syracuse University in 1920.  Mr. Porter's mother, Maude Matheny Porter, a native of Frostburg, MD, lived with her son by 1942.  Mr. Porter died on 5-27-1956, and Mrs. Porter died on 6-24-1970.  They had:  Robert "Robin" Porter, Jr., who graduated from Haverford College in 1950, wed Arline Porter, resided in Greece, NY, and died on 8-16-2003.

S. Lewis Porter and Margaret Loraine Ball Porter lived at 411 Elm St. by 1927.  Mr. Porter was born in SD 7-27-1885, and was an agent and manager for the Glens Falls Insurance Co.  Mrs. Porter, a native of Watertown, NY, was born on 3-29-1887, and the couple wed about 1905.  She was a dog fancier and raised cocker spaniels.  The couple moved to Fort Myers, FL, before Mr. Porter died in January, 1967, and Mrs. Porter died on 12-13-1967.  They had:  Lydia Drullard Porter, who was born on 1-10-1907, wed Alfred J. Stalker on 5-12-1934, and lived in Beverly Hills, CA, at her death in April, 1986, Wilbur Porter, who was born on 8-6-1908, resided in East Orange, NJ, and died in December, 1977, Henry Porter, who was born in 1910, and Mary Loraine Porter, who was born about 1914, wed State Sen. John H. Hughes, and lived at 311 Brookford Rd. in Syracuse at her death on 4-12-1976.

Roscoe W. Porter and Arlouine Ruth Woodford Porter lived at 400 Orchard St. following their marriage on 5-30-1936, at 301 Chapel St. by 1942, and at 400 Orchard St. by 1951.  Mr. Porter was born about 1907, in Wolcott, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1925.  He was a finisher at the Stickley Furniture Co, and a machine operator for the Precision Castings Co.   Mr. Porter was the son of Frank O. Porter and Myrtle Porter, who also lived in Fayetteville, (see their listing).  He died on 10-1-1975.  Mrs. Porter, who was a life resident of Fayetteville, was born about 1911, and died on 5-8-1986.  They had:  David K. Porter, who married Suzanne Doty in 1963 and Cheryl Porter in 1978, earned a master's degree from Syracuse University, and later a doctorate, has been a professor and psychotherapist, lives in Sunrise, FL, and Wayne W. Porter, who attended MIT, worked at the Pentagon, and lived in Reston, VA.  

William Nathaniel Porter and Sybil McPherson Porter lived at 108 Franklin St. by 1942.  Mr. Porter was born on 12-10-1896, and served in the USN in WWI.  He was a mechanic for the Stickley Furniture Co., and died on 11-7-1947.  Mrs. Porter, a native of Saranac Lake, NY, was born on 12-31-1905, and the couple wed on 7-9-1926.  She died on 6-20-1952.  They had:  Betty Porter, who was born about 1927, wed Leonard Geary, and lived in Pompey, NY, Vernon Porter, who was born about 1928, Helen Porter, who was born about 1930, Anna Porter, who was born about 1932, was a stenographer, wed Donald Carhart, and lives in Albany, Veronica Porter,a nurse, Catherine Porter, and William Porter.      
John Martin Post lived at 119 West Genesee St. by 1942, and at 202 Warren St. by 1948.  Mr. Post was born in 1872.  He operated a jewelry and watchmaking shop in Manlius.  Mr. Post married Rose E. Baker about 1909, and they soon moved to Kissimmee, FL.  Mrs. Post was born about 1877, and had a millinery shop in the Cole block in Manlius before her  marriage.  She died in FL on 2-22-1912.  Mr. Post returned to Fayetteville and married Nellie Baker on 10-21-1913.  The second Mrs. Post was born about 1880, and was a native of Madison County, NY.  It is thought that they separated or divorced about 1925, and Mrs. Post returned to Madison County.  Mr. Post died on 1-29-1953, in a Minoa nursing home.  He and his first wife, Rose Baker, had:  Donald E. Post, who was born 1-21-1912, worked for the Easy Washer Co., lived in Canastota, NY, and died on 3-5-2004.  With his second wife, Nellie Baker, Mr. Post had:  Baker J. Post, who was born in 1922, wed Shirley Gustin, and also lived in Canastota.

Louise "Louie" Carpenter Powlesland lived at 214 Salt Spring St. by 1927, 118 Chapel St. by 1942, and at Lyndon corners by 1951.  Mrs. Powlesland was born in July, 1882, and grew up on a farm.  She was the widow of Sherman G. Powlesland, whom she wed about 1905.  Mr. Powlesland was born on 3-12-1877, worked as a polisher and stock handler at the Stickley Furniture Co., and died by his own hand on 8-8-1933.

Sturtevant "Sturdy" Pratt and Hazel Wells Pratt lived at 311 Washington St. by 1942, and at 205 Clinton St. by 1948.  Mr. Pratt was born in Syracuse on 8-29-1905.  Mrs. Pratt was born on 2-20-1902, and was a native of Wheatland, NY.    The couple wed on 6-15-1929, five days following Mr. Pratt's graduation from Syracuse University, and lived initially with his parents at 118 Trinity Place in Syracuse.  Mr. Pratt retired in 1988 as owner and operator of Pratt Printing Co. At some point, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt divorced, and Mrs. Pratt was residing in Cleveland, NY, at her death on 1-11-1988.  By 1955, Mr. Pratt was married to Florence Fabian Barry Pratt, and they lived at 401 Brampton Dr. in DeWitt..  The second Mrs. Pratt,  a native of Schenectady, NY, was the widow of Edward Barry, by whom she had Doris Barry, and Jean Cook.  She died on 3-6-1983.  Mr. Pratt later married Virginia C. Pratt, and resided at 213 Sherbrooke Road, in Manlius, at his death on 3-20-1999, at age 93.  Sturtevant and Hazel Pratt had:  Shirley Pratt Miles, who was born about 1932, and lives in Sherwood, AR, and Helen Frances Pratt, who married George Robert Day on 8-21-1948, and lives in Cleveland, NY.

Stanley T. Price and June P. Price moved to Fayetteville about 1939, and lived at 102 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Price , native of Cortland, NY, was born on 11-20-1912, and was a graduate of the Ithaca Conservatory of Music.  He was an undertaker for the C. R. Eaton firm.  The family moved from Fayetteville to Ithaca, NY in 1942.  They retired to Altamonte Springs, FL, where Mr. Price died on 6-22-1991.  They had:  Thomas C. Price, who resided in Altamonte Springs.

Jerome Prigoff came to Fayetteville in 1936, and lived at 310 Walnut St. by 1942.  Mr. Prigoff married Bertha Alpert in July, 1942, and they lived at 308 East Genesee St. by 1948, at 106 John St. by 1951, at 406 Franklin St. by 1960, and in 1973 moved to the Wildwood Ridge Apts. at 5100 Highbridge St.  Mr. Prigoff was born on 1-5-1911, and grew up in Syracuse.  He served in the AAC during WWII, and earned a master's degree from Syracuse University.  Mr. Prigoff was a coach and teacher in the Fayetteville schools for nearly 40 years, and was active in the Democratic Party, and in local civic causes.  Mrs. Prigoff was born on 5-31-1912, and was a native of Dannemora, NY.  She worked at the J.C. Penney department store in DeWitt, and retired in 1972.  She died on 8-20-1992.  Mr. Prigoff died on 6-11-2005, at age 94.

George W. Pring and Eleanor Flowers Pring lived at 127 Redfield Ave.  by 1941.  Mr. Pring was born on 5-15-1903, in England, and came to this country as a child.  He was an editor and publicity director for the CNY Power Corp., retiring in 1968 after 38 years of service.  Mr. Pring was very active in community activities, and served as a lay reader and senior warden in the Episcopal Church.  He was president of the board of education, and in the early 1950's he was a leader in the campaign to centralize Fayetteville and Manlius schools.  Mrs. Pring was born in Clarksburg, WV, on 11-9-1909, and was a librarian at the Fayetteville library.  By 1971, the couple had moved to Walnut Grove, CA.  Mr. Pring died on 7-7-1986, while living in Los Gatos, CA, and Mrs. Pring died on 9-5-1991.  They had:  Eleanor "Polly" Pring, who was born about 1933, attended Cortland State College, married Thomas C. Deveau, Jr., on 4-27-1957, and a Mr. Burke, and resided in San Mateo, CA, Caroline "Kayo" Pring, who graduated from Middlebury College in 1959, was on the staff at the Squaw Valley Inn in CA, married Mortimer J. Adler, in 1963, and died in 1998, and Margaret "Marley" Pring, who was born about 1942, graduated from Oswego State University, wed a Mr. Paczkowski and a Mr. Osgood, and lived in San Mateo, CA.  Dr. Adler was a philospher and the author of more than 100 books.  With Dr. Robert Hutchins, the president of the University of Chicago, he created the famous "Great Books" program in 1946.  Dr. Adler died in 2001 at the age of 98.    

Benjamin Myers Proper and Grace Goodfellow Proper lived at 108 Mechanic St. by 1927, at 109 Pratts Lane by 1942, and at 205 Highbridge St. by 1948. Mr. Proper was born in Hoboken, NJ, on 6-28-1891, and came to Fayetteville about 1925.  He worked as a machinist for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Proper died on 2-21-1979.  Mrs. Proper, who was born on 7-27-1895, died on 12-29-1887.  They had:  Benjamin Proper, Jr., who was born about 1926, wed Fern Jones, was a tinsmith, and died on 9-20-1951, three days following a workplace fire and explosion, Magdalena Proper Kelly, who was born on 9-4-1921, was a government stenographer, and lived in Norfolk, VA, at her death on 8-17-2006, and Charlotte Proper, who was born in Newport, RI, on 11-22-1924, wed Julius E. Anderson, was a private duty registered nurse, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 2-28-2008.

Fred Burdette Quance and Margaret Sophia Darling Quance lived at 203 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Quance was born on 2-27-1886, in Annsville, NY.  He was the police chief in Yorkville, NY, and then was a grocery salesman and garage owner in Whitestown, NY.  While in Fayetteville, Mr. Quance was an electrical engineer at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Quance was born on 4-3-1886, in Redfield, NY, and the couple wed in New York Mills, NY, on 6-17-1909.  She was a practical nurse.  The couple had moved to Utica, NY, when Mr. Quance died on 3-23-1946.  Mrs. Quance died on 7-12-1973, in Lancaster, CA.  They had:  William Charles Quance, who was born on 6-12-1910, in Fulton, NY, wed Helen Marie Brown, resided in Lancaster, CA, and died on 3-27-1969, Frances Elizabeth Quance, who was born about 1912, and married Jasper Barnes and Milton J. Leigh, and Naomi Alberta Quance, who was born in Fulton on 4-24-1916, married William Parnell Smith and John Sherwood Boehlert, and lived in Tacoma, WA, at her death on 3-19-2000.  Mr. Quance's middle name was sometimes rendered as "Berdette."  Mr. Boehlert was married previously and by his first wife had Sherwood Louis Boehlert, who was born in Utica on 9-28-1936, and served in the United States Congress from 1983 to 2007.

Anthony F. Ragus and Delia Anna Wein Ragus lived at 206 Thompson St. by 1930, and at 204 Orchard St. by 1935.  Mr. Ragus was born in Italy about 1893, and came to this country about 1911.  He was a machinist, and also operated a small neighborhood grocery.  Mr. Ragus died about 1943.  Mrs. Ragus was born about 1894 and the couple wed on 6-3-1920.  She operated the family grocery store and later was a clerk at the Fayetteville Pharmacy.  She lived at 405 Warren St. after Mr. Ragus died, and moved to Westvale, NY, about 1974.  She resided there at her death on 11-16-1983.  They had:  Louis William Ragus, who was born about 1922, attended Syracuse University, served in the Signal Corps during WWII, wed Charlotte Behrens, was a mechanical engineer at General Electric, and lived in New Hartford, NY, Helen Ragus Goss, who was born about 1923, was a bookkeeper at Dey Brothers, and lived in Westvale, John F. Ragus, who was born on 10-31-1925, served as an aerial gunner in the AAC during WWII, married Marion Speicher, worked for the Sun Oil Co., then was a maintenance foreman at the Brockway Motor Co., lived in Cortland, NY, and died on 2-6-1978, and Eugene Anthony Ragus, who was born about 1930, was a  TV cameraman for WHEN, married Sharon Herlihy, and lives in Fairport, NY.      

Margaret Lane Ramseyer lived at 107 Center St. by 1942.  Mrs. Ramseyer was born about 1905.  She married Paul B. Ramseyer about 1926.  He was born on 4-4-1905, was a native of Onondaga Hill, and graduated from Union College.  They divorced sometime after 1930, and he wed Blance Poole in May, 1938.  They lived in DeWitt and Mr. Ramseyer died in 1974.  Margaret Ramsayer married Albert H. Smith by 1950, and resided in Syracuse.  Paul and Margaret Ramseyer had:  Charles Paul Ramseyer, who was born in 1929, attended forestry school at Syracuse University, wed Joan Elizabeth Traub on 2-11-1950, worked for the Eagan Real Estate Co. and USF&G, and died on 4-28-1957, after a car wreck near Verona, NY. 

Roy Rasmussen and Grace Mack Rasmussen lived on East Genesee St. by 1942, and moved to Dewey Ave. in Lyndon by 1948.  Mr. Rasmussen was a farmer, but became a caretaker who worked for William Crull on Maple Dr. in Lyndon. They had:  Earl Rasmussen, who was born about 1919, and was a machine operator at the Precision Castings Co., Gladys Rasmussen, and Wayne J. Rasmussen, who was born on 8-27-1925, served in WWII, married a Miss Girnik, worked for General Motors for 35 years, moved to Poland, NY, in 1986, and died on 10-2-1992.   

Jesse G. Raymond and Hazel Smith Raymond lived at 119 West Genesee St. by 1942, at 406 1/2 Warren St. by 1951, and at 309 Spring St. by 1971.  Mr. Raymond was born on 7-7-1900, in Sullivan, NY, (Madison County) and for 42 years was a foundry worker for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Raymond was born in Tully, NY, about 1904, and the couple wed on 10-25-1921.  She died on 6-19-1986.  Mr. Raymond was residing in Fall Pines Village, in Kirkville, at his death on 11-12-1992, at age 92.  They had Jean Raymond, who was born about 1933, married William Cascanett, resided in Kirkville, and died on 4-14-2003, Mary Lou Raymond, who married George Baker, (see their listing), James Raymond, who wed Rita Stager, worked for Brignall Plumbing, and resided in Fayetteville, Jesse R. "Pete" Raymond, who was wounded in action during the Korean conflict, was a plumber, wed Bonnie Palmour, and lived in Clinton, CT, Barbara Marion Raymond, who wed John Eugene Hart on 11-24-1945, and lived in North Fort Myers, FL, and Dorothy Raymond, who married Philip E. Recore, Jr., and lived in Fayetteville, (see their listing below).    

Clarence Edward Reals lived at 318 High Bridge St. by 1927.   Mr. Reals was born on 8-1-1885, the son of Arthur M. Reals and Josephine Worden Reals.  Mr. Reals' father died when he was a child and he grew up with his mother, and later his grandmother, in Fayetteville.  Although he had only one leg, Mr. Reals worked as a farm hand and a trapper.  He died suddenly on 8-11-1948.

Philip E. Recore and Dorothy Raymond Recore lived at 701 Warren St. by 1942, and later at 102 South St.  Mr. Recore was born on 6-6-1918, and worked as a plumber for the Kenneth Brignall firm.  Later he worked for the Fayetteville DPW.  Mrs. Recore was a native of Perryville, NY, and was born about 1922.  She resided at 210 Tom Tom St. in Chittenango at her death on 1-31-1987.  Mr. Recore died on 10-11-2000.  They had:  Joyce Ann Recore, who married Joseph A. Spears in 1965, William E. Recore, who wed Linda L. Connors on 5-1-1965, and lived in Bridgeport, NY, and Nancy Recore Jerreld, who lived in Canastota, NY.

Philip P. Recore and Margaret "Daisy" Wright Recore lived at 700 Warren St. by 1927, and at 102 South St. by 1948.  Mr. Recore was born on 4-12-1895, in Malone, NY.  He came to Fayetteville about the end of WWI, and worked as a die caster for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Recore was born on 12-9-1896, and the couple married about 1914.  She died on 8-5-1950.  Mr. Recore resided in Kirkville at his death on 8-25-1977.  They had:  Chester Recore, who was born about 1915, married Pearl E. Ring, (see her listing), Paul Recore, who was born about 1916, married Frances Tanner, worked 30 years at the Carrier Corp., lived in Central Square, NY, and died on 2-3-1993, Philip Recore, (see his listing above), Margaret Recore, who was born about 1919, married Morris Jones, and resided in Central Square, Walter E. Recore, who was born about 1924, was a Marine veteran of WWII, married Betty Baker and Barbara Raymond, was a metal worker for the NYC railroad, and lived in Kirkville at his death on 5-30-2006, Doris Recore Stager, who was born about 1926, and lived in Chittenango, Mildred Recore Rathbun, who was born about 1928, and lived in Baldwinsville, NY, and Lynn Recore, who was born about 1931, wed Mable A. Martin about 1955, and lived in Liverpool. 

Alva Howard Reed and Millie "Goldie" Fulmer Reed lived at 130 West Genesee St. by 1918.  Mr. Reed was born on 1-8-1883, and was a meat cutter for the J. J. Cashin store and Beatties' IGA.  Mrs. Reed was born about 1881, and the couple wed about 1902.  She was a life resident of Fayetteville and died on 10-13-1942.  Mr. Reed married Miss Mabel Quackenbush on 10-4-1953, and resided at 603 Clinton St.  The second Mrs. Reed was a babysitter.  Mr. Reed died on 1-7-1957.  He and Goldie Reed had:  Ward Arnold Reed, who was born on 9-17-1916, married Jeanne Marie Kennedy on 1-29-1939, lived in and El Paso, TX, and Chicago, and died on 3-4-1994.

John Regan and his sister Ella M. Regan lived at 119 Spring St. by 1942.  They were the children of John J. Regan and Ellen Regan, and were the last members of this pioneer Fayetteville family.  Miss Regan was born about 1867, and was a Latin and Civics teacher for many years in Upper Montclair, NJ.   She returned to Fayetteville about 1940, after her retirement.  John Regan, Jr., was born about 1871, and worked as the chief clerk at the Crouse-Hinds Co.  He retired in 1940, and died on 7-28-1951.  Miss Regan died 9-30-1960, at age 93.

Loren Dudley Reid and Augusta "Gus" Towner Reid lived at 401 Elm St. by 1941.  Dr. Reid was born in Gilman City, MO, on 8-26-1905, and moved to Osceola, IA, in 1921.  He earned his B.A. degree from Grinnell College in 1927, and then earned his master's and doctorate from the State University of Iowa.  After moving to CNY in 1939, Dr. Reid was a professor of speech at Syracuse University.  Mrs. Reid was born in IA in 1907, and earned a degree from Grinnell in 1928.  She taught school in Emmettsburg, IA, when the couple wed in Des Moines on 8-27-1930.  Mrs. Reid was a published poet and diarist.  The family  moved to Columbia, MO, on 8-28-1944, and Dr. Reid returned to the University of Missouri as a full professsor.  He taught there until his retirement and also authored several speech textbooks. The couple celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary in 2005, when Dr. Reid was 100, and both were still active and living in their home in Columbia.  They had:  Ellen Jane Reid, John Christopher "Kit" Reid, Stephen Reid, and Don Anthony Reid. 

Ida Bender Reiley lived at 108 Elm St. by 1927.  Miss Reiley was born on 5-23-1877, and was a native and life resident of Fayetteville.  She was the daughter of Michael and Emma Reiley.  Miss Reiley was a stenographer, and worked 50 years for the Babcock Insurance Co.  She also was the secretary for the Fayetteville Cemetery Association for many years, and was an active member of the Order of Eastern Star.  Miss Reiley died on 7-14-1961, while a patient at a Minoa nursing home.

John T. Reis and Florence Dorner Reis lived on High Bridge Rd., having lived earlier in Solvay, NY. Mr. Reis was a native of Syracuse, and was born on 1-29-1896.  He moved to Fayetteville about 1937, and bought 42 acres of land on High Bridge Rd. near its intersection with Woodchuck Hill Rd.  Mr. Reis was a poultryman and used the land to farm and raise turkeys.  Mr. and Mrs. Reis developed 11 one-acre building lots on Reis Terrace, off Woodchuck Hill Rd., in the early 1960's.  Mrs. Reis was also a native of Syracuse, and was born on 10-2-1901.  She graduated from Syracuse University in 1923, and was a home economics teacher in Penn Yan, NY, before the couple wed about 1928.  Mr. Reis died on 10-4-1967, while the couple resided at 7198 High Bridge Rd.  Miss May Reis, an older sister of Mr. Reis, moved to Fayetteville and lived her final eight years with Mrs. Reis before her death on 7-19-1982, at the age of 92.  Mrs. Reis, who was long active in the OES, died on 6-18-1996, at age 94.     

William O. Relph, Jr., and Ella Dussing Relph lived at 200 High Bridge St. by 1927, in a home previously owned by Mr. Relph's parents.  Mr. Relph was born about 1887, in Fayetteville, and was a life resident of the area.  He was a die maker at the Precision Castings Co. for 40 years.  Mrs. Relph was born about 1885, and the couple wed about 1906.  Mr. Relph's parents, William Relph and Emma Fulmer Relph, shared the home until their deaths.  Mr. Relph, Sr., died on 9-16-1928, and his wife died on 11-6-1939.  Ella Relph died on 6-5-1945, and Mr. Relph, Jr., died on 9-15-1948.  They had:   Daniel Relph, who was born about 1917, and died on 7-8-1926, following surgery for a brain tumor, and Irene Relph Smith Doupe, who was born about 1922, and lived in Jamesville.

James H. Richer and Eva B. Richer lived at 303 South Manlius St. by 1927.  Mr. Richer was born in England about 1864, and came to the United States about 1877.  He came to Fayetteville about 1907, and worked as a molder for the S. Cheney & Sons firm in Manlius, and later was a live-in caretaker at the home of Alice Barker, (see her listing).  Mrs. Richer was born about 1869, and died on 12-1-1943.  Mr. Richer moved to Chittenango about a year before his death on 5-13-1953.  They had:  Harold Richer, who was born on 8-26-1896, was a molder, married and divorced before 1930, and lived in Baldwinsville, NY.  Mr. and Mrs. Richer partly raised their grandson, James Hawley Richer, who was born about 1923, served in WWII, wed Lynn Sellen about 1945, was an inspector for the Precision Castings Co., and died in Oneida, NY, on 7-20-2006. 

DeAlton J. Ridings and Sybil Smith Ridings lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1937, having lived earlier at 213 Crawford Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Ridings was born in Syracuse on 12-4-1900, and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. He served in the NYS Guard during WWII, and was the president and chairman of the Porter Cable Co.  In addition, Mr. Ridings held directorships in First Trust bank, the Lamson Corp., and Crouse-Irving-Memorial Hospital, and was active in Republican politics.  Mrs. Ridings was born about 1904, and the couple married about 1927.  The family moved to Cazenovia in the summer of 1945, and Mrs. Ridings died on 9-9-1967.   Mr. Ridings moved to Beaufort, SC, and on 3-15-1970, he married Jane Tucker Mabry.  She was the widow of William Louis Mabry, a public service commissioner for the state of SC.  Mr. Ridings died on 3-16-1984.  DeAlton and Sybil Ridings had:  D. John Ridings, who was born in 1929, attended Clarkson University, was president of the Dixon-Ridings Co., and lives in Cazenoivia, and David A. Ridings, who attended the University of Virginia, and was the president of the Pass & Seymour Corp.   

Glen Hubert Ries, Jr., and Sarah Lawson "Sadie" Robinson Ries lived at 505 Spring St. by 1942.  Mr. Ries was born about 1908, and grew up in East Syracuse.  He was a clerk at the First Trust & Deposit Co., and later worked as an accountant and senior buyer at General Electric.  Mrs. Ries was born about 1907 in East Syracuse.  She graduated from Syracuse University in 1931, and the couple wed on 12-19-1931.  The family came to Fayetteville about 1936.  Mrs. Ries was a librarian, and died on 10-17-1974.  They had:  Ellen Carol Ries Langenfeld, who was born about 1942, attended Vermont College, and lived in Fanwood, NJ.  Mr. Ries is believed to have later wed Iona Guiles Parker, who died in Fayetteville on 9-26-2011.

Charles J. Riley and Ella Blowers Riley lived at 302 North Manlius St. by 1927, and at 203 North Park St. by 1942.  Mr. Riley was a native of Manlius and was born about 1891.  He was a millwright for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Riley died on 8-5-1958.  Mrs. Riley was born about 1888, and was a native of Nelson, NY.  The couple wed about 1917, and Mrs. Riley died on 12-18-1960.  They had:  Francis D. Riley, who worked for Precision, wed Alice Craw on 7-25-1953, and was elected president of the Onondaga County Volunteer Firemen's Association.  

Pearl E. Ring lived at 412 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived previously in Syracuse.  Miss Ring was born on 7-27-1908, and was a native of Hudson, NY.  She worked as a live-in housekeeper.  While in Fayetteville she lived with the George Winter family, (see their listing).  She married Chester E. Recore, in 1946, and they lived in Syracuse before moving to West Monroe, NY, about 1961.  Mr. Recore was the son of Philip P. Recore, who also resided in Fayetteville, (see their listing above).  Mr. Recore was a maintenance worker at Carrier for 28 years, and died on 9-25-1984.  Pearl R. Recore died on 5-7-1977.  They had a son born on 5-4-1947.

Barbara Ann Riorden lived on James St. by 1942.  Miss Riorden was born on 6-21-1891, and was a life resident of CNY.  She was a registered nurse and an instructor and assistant director at the School of Nursing at Crouse-Irving Hospital.  Miss Riorden died on 5-6-1969.

Catherine Roache lived at 203 South Manlius St. by 1927, 304 Collin Ave. by 1942, and at 311 East Genesee St. by 1948.  Miss Roache was born in Canastota on 10-12-1903.  She began teaching after her graduation from Cortland Normal School, and spent 36 years in the Fayetteville schools--primarily teaching fourth grade.  Miss Roache married John L. Meagher, a widower, on 3-15-1958.  (See his listing.)  They lived at 215 South Manlius St., and later moved to St. Petersburg, FL, where Mrs. Meagher died on 6-19-1981.  Mr. Meagher returned to Fayetteville, and resided with his daughter, Maryellen Gambocarto, at his death on 5-29-1982.  

William Robbins lived on the Dry Dock in Fayetteville by 1942, having lived previously in Manlius.  Mr. Robbins was born in NY about 1874, and worked as a stationary boiler fireman at the McIntyre Brothers Paper Co.   He lived many years in Fayetteville before moving to Peterboro, NY, where he died on 4-23-1953.  Mr. Robbins was one of the few African-Americans to reside in Fayetteville during this period.

Robert Formel Robinson and Marjorie Adgate Vesey Robinson lived at 503 Spring St. following their wedding on 11-22-1939.  Mr. Robinson was born about 1914, and attended the University of Michigan.  He was a tool and die maker for the Wall Manufacturing Co.  Mrs. Robinson was born on 4-1-1912, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1934.  She was a physical education teacher at FHS for more than 30 years, and died in August, 1971.  Mr. Robinson died in 1985, in Newtown CT.  They had:  Douglas Edward Robinson, who was born 5-15-1943, studied electrical engineering at Clarkson, married Margaret Flavin in 1965, and died in September, 2002, and Gail Robinson, who wed Edward J. Heimburger, Jr., graduated from Baldwin-Wallace College in 1968, and received a master's from the University of Cincinnati, where she works as a medical educator.

William Robinson and Doris Getman Robinson lived at 207 East Genesee St. by 1942, and on Duguid Rd. by 1951.  Mr. Robinson was born on 6-27-1889.  He was a native of NYC, and a veteran of the Mexican conflict and WWI.  Mr. and Mrs. Robinson married about 1919, lived in Utica by 1930, and came to the Syracuse area in 1937.  He was a district engineer for the NYSDPW.  Mrs. Robinson was born on 9-26-1901.  She was the president of the Fayetteville Garden Club, and was a Red Cross volunteer during WWII.  Mrs. Robinson's mother, Sally G. Getman lived part of the year with the family by 1942.  Mr. Robinson died on 3-4-1969, and Mrs. Robinson moved to the Nob Hill Apartments in Syracuse.  She resided there at her death on 4-29-1976.  They had a son:  William G. Robinson, who was born about 1921, attended VMI, served in WWII, lived in Utica, NY, and died about 1972.

John Charles Rockwell and Mildred Woolsey Rockwell lived on Clinton St. by 1929, and at 201 South St. by 1942.  Mr. Rockwell was born in Nedrow, NY, (then called Rockwell Springs), on 8-28-1895.  He was a much decorated veteran of WWI, receiving the French Croix deGuerre and the Distinguished Service Cross.  After the War, he worked as a night  watchman at the Syracuse Savings Bank, and later was an operating engineer.  Mrs. Rockwell was born about 1908, and the couple wed about 1925.  Mr. Rockwell died on 12-24-1975.  They had:  William Carl Rockwell, who was born in 1927, married Muriel M. Wittwer, was a shipper's helper at the Precision Castings Co. and later operated a restaurant, and died on 5-18-1999, John Rockwell, who was born in 1928, and died on 11-3-1929, Florence Rockwell who wed Norman J. Taylor about 1952, and resides in Kirkville, Charles F. Rockwell, who served in the USMC during the Vietnam war, married Carol Guckert, and lives in Oswego, NY, Ronald LeRoy Rockwell, who was born on 7-9-1933, wed Marilyn Blanche Burdick, served in the USMC during the Korean conflict, was a taxi driver, moved to Largo, FL, in 1980, and lived there at his death on 9-10-1993, and Betty Rockwell Muir, who lived in Foxboro, MA.   

Benjamin Harrison "Socker" Roehm and Anna Stanton Roehm lived at 107 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, and at 100 Fitch St. by 1948.  Mr. Roehm was born on 11-5-1889, and was a plumber.  Mrs. Roehm was born on 4-6-1903, and was a life resident of Fayetteville.  She was a cook at the Fayetteville Inn for many years and also worked for the Fayetteville Dry Cleaners.  Mr. Roehm died on 6-20-1950, and Mrs. Roehm, who resided at 117 Mill St., died on 1-14-1990.  They had:  Francis "Frank" Roehm, who was born on 4-20-1931, was an accountant, resided in Fayetteville, and died on 5-12-2006, and Marie Roehm, who married E. D. Howe, and lived in Norwich, NY.  

Lee C. Rogers and Edith May Whitford Rogers lived on High Bridge St. by 1914, moved from Washinton St. to 515 East Genesee St. in 1932, and then lived at 116 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Rogers was born about 1879, and was a mechanic at the McIntyre Paper Co.  Mrs. Rogers was born about 1877, and the couple wed about 1898.  She was very active in the OES.  The couple had moved to Kirkville when Mrs. Rogers died on 12-28-1952.  Mr. Rogers died about 1961.  Their granddaughter, Jane Rogers, and their grandson, Richard Rogers, resided with the couple while in Fayetteville.  Miss Rogers was a  stenographer for Willie-Dahl, Inc., and Richard Rogers served in the AAC during WWII.  Lee and Edith Rogers had:  Milton L. Rogers, who was born about 1899, worked for the O. M. Edwards Co., served in WWI, and lived in Norwich, NY,  Lillian Delina Rogers, who was born on 9-27- 1901, wed Allen Charles Naatz on 8-8-1923, lived in Kirkville, before moving to TN and KY, and lived in Branson, MO, at her death on 10-18-1992, at age 91, Leonard K. Rogers, who was born about 1903, wed Margaret Wilson about 1938, and lived in Baltimore, and Kenneth D. Rogers, who died on 3-26-1916, of Bright's Disease, at age 10.  (See the listing below for Wyette Rogers.)  

Wyette Clarke Rogers and Ara Jane Weeden Rogers lived on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1930, and at 206 High Bridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Rogers was born on 5-19-1883, in West Edmeston, NY, and worked as a dairy farmer.  Later he was a fireman and a finisher at the McIntyre Paper Co.  Mr. Rogers lived in Fayetteville at his death on 7-11-1962. Mrs. Rogers was born in Leonardsville, NY, in 1885, and graduated from Oneonta State Normal School.  The couple married on 7-3-1915, and she lived in Warners, NY, before her death on 9-27-1983, at age 98.  They had:  Annis Rogers, who was born on 10-1-1918, married Robert Crouch, and lived in Tully, NY, before her death on 10-30-2004, Lucy Rogers Karl, who was born about 1920, was a nurse, and resides in Etna, NH, and Clarke Weeden Rogers, who was born in Unadilla Forks, NY, on 6-19-1922, served in WWII, attended Hobart College and graduated from Syracuse University in 1949, wed Marion Elizabeth Kales on 1-31-1959, worked in the parts department at the International Harvester Co. and retired in 1988 as assistant director of maintenance at James Square Health Center, and lived in Jordan, NY, prior to his death on 1-16-2002.  Lee Rogers, the brother of W. C. Rogers, also lived in Fayetteville, (see his listing above.)

Russell Emery Rolfe and Ruth Cameron Rolfe lived on Hunt Lane by 1942, having lived earlier in Oak Park, IL.  They later lived on Lakeview Lane by 1951, and at 104 Fairfield St. by 1960.  Mr. Rolfe was born on 5-28-1895, in NH.  He worked as a manufacturer's representative.   Mrs. Rolfe was born in MA on 4-28-1896, and the couple married about 1922.  Her aunt, Miss Addie S. Swovelin, lived with the family until her death, at age 80, on 10-23-1942.  The couple  resided in Indian River, FL, at Mrs. Rolfe's death on 7-9-1972, and at Mr. Rolfe's death on 2-6-1991, at age 95. 

Michael J. Rooney and Ellen Daley Rooney resided on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1942, and at 308 South Manlius St. by 1946.  Mr. Rooney was born in 1881, and was a farmer in the Jamesville area before moving to a farm in Fayetteville about 1913.  Mrs.Rooney was born in 1883, and the couple wed about 1910.  She died in 1961.  Mr. Rooney died on 6-20-1962, in Schenectady, NY.  They had:  Charles James Rooney, who was born in 1909, married Adelaide S. Rooney, lived in Scotia, NY, and died in 1973, Elizabeth Rooney, who was born about 1912, wed Roy Mapstone, and resided in Burlington, VT, John Daley Rooney, who was born about 1915, and Helen Margaret Rooney, who was born on 11-20-1918, was a cashier at Flahs, a Syracuse department store, wed Robert C. Badgley, and resided in Syracuse.  Ensign John Rooney had just completed pilot training in the USN and was home on leave when he was killed on 6-4-1941.  He died, along with Robert  Nielson, when a small bi-plane that Neilson was piloting crashed in dense fog just west of Canandaigua Lake, NY.  (See the listing above for Howard Nielson.)    

Theodore Roosevelt and Martha Ebeling Roosevelt lived at 504 Walnut St. by 1942, and later lived at 104 Park St.  Mr. Roosevelt was born 4-5-1908, and was a native of Canastota, NY.  He was a salesman for the Worcester Salt Co., and later for the Jay Toiletries Co.  Mr. Roosevelt was the president of the Syracuse Exchange Club and the Valley Men's Club.  He died 5-17-1983.  Mrs. Roosevelt was born about 1910 in Fayetteville, and was the daughter of  the Village's police chief, George Ebeling. She worked as a legal secretary for several law firms.  After Mr. Roosevelt's death, Mrs. Roosevelt wed Anthony J. Leo, and lived in Syracuse before moving to Warners, NY, in 1995.  She resided there at her death on 9-12-1998.

Malcolm M. "Mac" Rose and Mary Collins Rose lived at 104 South Mill St. by 1942, and at 308 Highbridge St. by 1960.  Mr. Rose was born on 8-8-1912, and was a native of Syracuse.  He worked as a filer at the Precision Castings Co., a repairman and salesman for the Woodworth Appliance Co., a shoe repairman, and a quality control inspector for GE.  Mrs. Rose was born on 8-26-1914, worked for Precision as a clerk, and later was a bookkeeper at Village Sales--a local Chevrolet dealership.  The couple wed on 8-10-1934, and moved to Daytona Beach, FL, in 1963.  Mr. Rose died on 8-2-1994, and Mrs. Rose died on 10-23-1998.  They had:  Kerry K. Rose, who attended Syracuse University, served in the USAF, wed Suzette Halsey on 8-4-1967, worked as a letter carrier, was chief of the FVFD, and lived in Fayetteville.

Anson B. Rowe and Jennie Mae Smith Rowe lived at 119 West Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Rowe was born about 1912, and was a foundry worker for the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 7-7-1946, at age 34.  Mrs. Rowe was born on 2-27-1917, in Spafford, NY, and worked briefly for the Precision firm.  After Mr. Rowe's death, Mrs. Rowe wed William L. Sevier, and lived in LaFayette, NY.  She died on 12-6-1980.  Mr. and Mrs. Rowe had:  Richard Rowe, who also lived in LaFayette, and Charles L. Rowe , who was one year old at his death on 5-13-1939.

Flora Smith Rowe lived at 207 Thompson St. by 1942.  She was born about 1878, and was divorced from John Rowe, Jr., whom she wed about 1898.  Mr. Rowe was born in February, 1857, and worked as a cooper.  Mrs. Rowe worked as a dressmaker.  She died 10-2-1972, at age 94.  They had:  Arthur D. Rowe, who was born in May, 1899, worked as a brakeman on the NYC railroad, and died following a work accident in Auburn, NY, on 6-13-1936.

Bessie Lane Russell came to Fayetteville in the mid 1930's, and lived at 105 Mechanic St. by 1942, where she was a live in housekeeper at the home of Charles Goodfellow.  Mrs. Russell was born in February,1890, and by 1951, she resided  at 200 East Genesee St., and was working as a clerk at Gifford's Pharmacy.  She was the widow of Herbert Zephaniah Russell, a moulder at the Oberdorfer Foundry in Syracuse, whom she wed about 1912.  Mr. Russell was born on 5-30-1879, and was a native of Wampsville, NY.  He was previously married to Mrs. Russell's sister, who was named Doris Lane or Lou Lane.  They  married about 1896, and she died of tuberculosis on 6-23-1911, at age 32.  By 1910, Bessie Lane, was residing with her sister and brother-in-law, caring for her sister and her three children.  Mr. Russell probably died in Syracuse in the mid 1930's, and Mrs. Russell lived at 104 West Genesee St. when she died on 1-17-1960.  By his first wife, Mr. Russell had:  Harold Russell, who was born about 1897, Rose Russell Madrid Loss, who was born about 1900, and lived in Mattydale at her death on 7-4-1984, Bessie Russell Townsend Lowe, who was born 11-3-1903, worked with the Wheelock Carnival Co., and died on 11-30-1973, while residing in Syracuse.  Herbert and Bessie Russell had:  Charles  Russell, who was wounded-in-action during WWII, hospitalized in England, and lived in Syracuse.  

M. Irene Rutherford lived at 413 Clinton St. by 1927, 304 Collin St. by 1942, at 244 Salt Springs St. by 1948, at 312 Elm St. by 1951, and later at 112 Center St.  Miss Rutherford was born in Waddington, NY, on 11-9-1905.  She graduated from the Potsdam Normal School in 1923, and began teaching in Fayetteville in 1926.  She earned a bachelor's degree from Potsdam in 1950, and then went on to receive her master's degree in library science from Syracuse University in 1954.  She was first a teacher at FHS, and later a school librarian, before retiring in 1968.  She died on 11-2-2001, at age 95.  

Edward Michael Ryan and Helen Dougherty Ryan lived at 207 Elm St., following their marriage in Chittenango on 4-18-1938, and moved to Cazenovia in April, 1942, and to Erieville, by 1946.  Mr. Ryan was born Edward Fagan about 1911.  He grew up in Hamilton, NY, with the family of his aunt and uncle, William A. and Mary E. Ryan, and took their surname. He graduated from Bentley School of Accounting in Boston, and worked in the office of the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Ryan was born on 3-10-1910, in Towanda, PA.  She was a native of Canastota, and graduated from the Cortland State Normal School.  She was a teacher at Perryville, NY, before her marriage, and later taught in the Cazenovia schools.  Mr. Ryan died in 1978, and Mrs. Ryan died on 9-7-2003, at age 93.  They had:  Edward M. Ryan, Jr., who was born in July, 1939, and lives in Erieville, Thomas J. Ryan, who served in the USN, graduated from LeMoyne College, was in marketing with the Burroughs Corp., wed Nancy Joyce Ryan on 11-18-1972, and lives in Manlius, William J. Ryan, who lives in East Syracuse, Paul C. Ryan., of Syracuse, Rosemary Ryan Park , who lives in Chittenango, and Veronica Ryan Huftalen, of Erieville.

Jerry R. Ryan and Alice Ryan lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Ryan worked for NYS as the superintendent of Clark Reservation and Chittenango Falls parks.  They had:  Gerry A. Ryan, and Betty Jane Ryan, who graduated in 1942 from Syracuse University where she was editor of the yearbook, and possibly married Frederick Wolsieffer. 

Effie Sahm lived on Hunt Dr. by 1942.  She was married previously to Walter Sahm.  Mr. Sahm lived most of his life in North Syracuse.  He was born about 1899, and was the plant manager for the Sturdy Dog Food Co.  Mr. Sahm was married to Clara Sahm, when he died on 2-10-1975.  He and Effie Sahm had:  Keene W. "Bud" Sahm, who was born in Utica, NY, on 5-19-1923, served in the USN during WWII, married Janet Pikarsky about 1948, worked many years for Interstate Brands, Inc., lived in North Syracuse, and died on 8-14-2008, and Evelyn Dawn Sahm, who was born about 1925, married Paul F. Rudd, and lives in Chittenango.

Ellis Chandler Saint and Rachel Belle Freeman Saint lived at 216 Salt Springs St., having moved there from Syracuse in September, 1938.  Mr. Saint was a sales supervisor for the Procter & Gamble Co.  The family moved to Hartford, CT, in early 1943.  Mr. Saint died in 1963.  Mrs. Saint was born on 9-22-1906, in Scranton, PA.  She was a 1929 graduate of Mount Holyoke College.  Mrs. Saint was an active genealogist, and traced her descent from Mayflower families.  She was instrumental in saving the birthplace in Litchfield, CT, of Harriet Beecher Stowe, and was a lifelong civil rights activist.  Mrs. Freeman remained involved in civic and cultural affairs until her death on 2-15-2007, at age 100.  They had:  Harry Freeman Saint, who was born in February, 1941, and lives in London, England, and Chandler B. Saint, of Litchfield, CT, who was born in January, 1943, and is an antique and furniture restorer and historian.  

George G. Sampson and Gladys B. Sampson lived on Walnut St. by 1939, and at 508 Clinton St. by 1941.  Mr. Sampson was a special agent for the Insurance Co. of North America.  The family moved to Binghamton, in September, 1945.  They had:  George Sampson, Jr., who was born about 1930, and probably lives in the Clearwater, FL area.   

Helen Van Slyke Samson lived at 504 Clinton St. by 1928, and at 405 Walnut St. by 1942.  Mrs. Samson was born 10-9-1881, in Oneida, NY, and worked for the Precision Castings Co.  She was the widow of Peter John Samson, who was born on 5-31-1879, and was a superintendent at Precision.  He died on 3-19-1934.  Mrs. Samson died on 8-17-1977, at age 95.  They had:  Catherine Samson, who was a clerk for Precision, and wed George LaRose on 8-22-1945, Helen Samson, who was born about 1906, wed Paul Durgey about 1929, and William Shore, and resided near Pompey, NY, Margaret Samson, who was born in 1910, married Edward Brooker on 10-11-1933, and lived in Drexel Hill, PA, and Lt. Peter John "Jack" Samson, who was born about 1923, was an outstanding athlete, flew 16 combat missions and was a much decorated pilot in WWII, wed June Marie Burns on 7-21-1951, and lived in Kansas City, MO.    

Lawrence R. Sanders and Shirley Gottwald Sanders lived at 314 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  The family lived only briefly in Fayetteville before returning to Syracuse.  Mr. Sanders was born in Cherryvale, KS, on 2-4-1906.  He worked for the Hale Pontiac dealership and later was a sales representative for Lubrication Engineers, Inc.  Mrs. Sanders was born in July, 1914, and worked at the Syracuse Free Dispensary.  The couple lived at 136 Crestview Dr. in Syracuse at Mr. Sanders' death on 7-17-1984.  Mrs. Sanders moved to Tupelo, MS, in 1988, and yet resides there.  They had:  Daniel Sanders, who lives in Syracuse, Donald B. Sanders, who was born about 1945, and resides in Fairfield, OH, Lawrence Sanders, Jr., who was born about 1947, served in the USAF, and lives in Marcellus, NY, and Kathleen Sanders, who graduated from SUNY at Potsdam, married Rocco R. Pizza, Jr., on 7-7-1973, operates Heirlooms Forever, and lives in Saltillo, MS.

Thomas G. Sanders and Mary Gummer Sanders lived on Homewood Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Sanders was born about 1871, and was a machinist and foreman at the New Process Gear Co.  Mrs. Sanders, a native of England, came to America about 1875, and the couple wed about 1893.  She died on 6-14-1945, and Mr. Sanders lived in Syracuse when he died on 3-16-1965, at age 93.  They had:  Hazel F. Sanders, who was born in 1896, and died about 1922, Edward T. Sanders, who was born on 10-31-1899, worked 35 years for the New Process Gear Corp., and resided in Syracuse at his death  on 6-14-1983, Muriel Sanders, who was born on 2-3-1902, married Harold J. Lapham about 1924, worked 20 years for the Paragon Supply Co., and died on 3-12-1989, Lucille Sanders, who was born about 1904, worked for the Franlin Automobile Co., and died on 11-17-1923, and her twin, Lucine Sanders, who died in 1921.  The sisters, Hazel, Lucille, and Lucine, all died suddenly, and at a very young age, of heart disease.  Both parents, and their siblings, however, all lived to between 70 and 93 years of age.

Albert Dano Saunders and Millie Lane Saunders lived at 402 Walnut St. by 1942, at 519 East Genesee St. by 1948, and 104 Wellwood Dr. by 1950.  Mr. Saunders was born on 7-19-1907, and was a native of Adams, NY.  He took a teacher training course at Adams High School in 1928, and taught grade school in two rural schools, before graduating from Oswego Normal School in 1932.  That fall Mr. Saunders joined the faculty of the brand new Fayetteville Central School as an industrial arts and mechanical drawing teacher.  The school, which later was to be known as Wellwood Junior High School, cost $400,000--a very large sum in the midst of the Depression--and served 700 students from K-12th grade.   Mr. Saunders continued to attend college while teaching and earned a bachelor's (1938) and MS in education (1942) from Syracuse University.  Later he became the guidance director for FHS.  When Mr. Saunders retired in 1971, after 39 years of service, he was the last remaining member of Wellwood's original faculty.  Mr. Saunders was very active in the Masonic order and the OES, and was also a church trustee and president of the Lions Club.  Mrs. Saunders was born about 1908, and graduated from Oswego State Teachers College.  She also taught at FHS, and was active in scouting and other civic causes before her death on 6-6-1952.  Mr. Saunders later married Ruth Snyder. Mr.  Saunders and his second wife, Ruth, moved to FL in 1972, and resided in Merritt Island, at his death on 1-7-1983. Ruth Saunders was probably born 7-8-1917, and died 6-1-2003.  Ruth Saunders and her first husband, James Huberth, had:  Marilou Huberth, who graduated from Oswego State Teachers College in 1964, married James Santoro, and taught in Fulton, NY.

Frederick A. Sauter and Lena Kirschner Sauter came to Fayetteville about 1939, lived on North Manlius St. by 1942, and on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Sauter was born about 1899, in Martinsburg, NY.  Mrs. Sauter, was born on 4-24-1894, and was a native of Lowville, NY.  The couple wed on 6-30-1924, in Lowville.  Mr. Sauter worked as a carpenter and contractor, and died on 10-1-1957.  About two months later, Mrs. Sauter moved to CA.  She died in February, 1976, while residing in Chambersburg, PA.  They had:  Jeanne F. Sauter, who was born on 6-21-1927, wed Kenneth J. Covey, and lived in Redondo Beach, CA, and FL, and died on 2-27-1984, and Richard N. Sauter, who was born on 7-22-1933, served in the USAF, and lived in Chambersburg, before his death in November, 1977.

Gilbert B. Savage and Eileen Barrett Savage lived at 222 Ledyard Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Savage was born on 10-1-1909, in Fort Fairfield, ME, and grew up in Syracuse.  He was an accounting supervisor at the NY Telephone Co., where he worked for 44 years.  The couple moved to Buffalo by 1949, and to Albany by 1951, but by 1956, they had returned to Fayetteville and lived at 405 Hoag Lane.  After retiring, the couple spent part of the year in FL and on Cape Cod.  They resided in Auburn, NY, when Mrs. Savage, who also worked in the accounting department for NY Telephone, died at a nursing home on 6-17-2000, at age 90, and Mr. Savage died on 4-13-2004, at age 94.

John D. Schad and Eloise Steinbach Schad lived at 106 Warren St. following their marriage on 4-26-1941, and later lived at 410 Franklin St.  Mr. Schad was born in PA, on 10-6-1916, and was an executive with Onondaga Dental Supply Co.--a firm that his father, Clarence Schad, had been active in.  Mrs. Schad was born on 3-26-1920, in Fenner, NY, and was a graduate of secretarial school in Syracuse.  She worked as a medical receptionist.  The family moved to Euclid Ave. in Syracuse in 1957, and resided there when Mr. Schad died on 8-22-2001, and Mrs. Schad died on 11-8-2001.  They had:  Priscilla Schad Ellefson Martins, who was born in 1941, and lives in Rio deJanerio, Brazil, and James S.  Schad, who lives in Philadelphia, PA.

John C. Schanbarger and Mildred Bort Schanbarger lived at 239 Salt Spring St. by 1928, and on North Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Schanbarger was born about 1893, and grew up in Rome, NY.  He was a tool and die maker at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Schanbarger was born on 6-20-1905, and the couple married about 1925.  She was the president of the Fayetteville PTA.  The family moved to St. Petersburg, FL, in the summer of 1952, and Mr. Schanbarger died in September, 1961.  Mrs. Schanbarger died on 12-23-2001, at age 96, while residing in Douglasville, GA.  They had:  Lt. Richard L. Schanbarger, who was born about 1929, attended Bowling Green State University in Ohio, served with the USMC in Korea, wed Mary Catherine Schanbarger, and lives in Brewton, AL.   

Frederick W. Schermerhorn and Jane Dunn Schermerhorn lived at 412 Spring St. by 1942, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Schermerhorn was born in 1915.  He was a 1939 graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in business administration, and was an All-American lacrosse player.  He worked as the sales manager at Bresee Chevrolet--a Syracuse dealership owned by his father-in-law, Herbert A. Dunn, (see the Dunn entry).  Mrs. Schermerhorn was born on 5-3-1920, and the couple wed on 12-2-1939.  For 15 years, she owned and operated Ellen's of Fayetteville, a women's specialty shop.  Mrs. Schermerhorn was an accomplished horsewoman, and won many awards for her equestrian skills.  Mrs. Schermerhorn wed Lansing Crouse, by 1948, and later wed Dean W. Harris.  Mr. Harris was born about 1922, and was a native of Richmondville, NY.  He was a popular local radio personality on WHEN until his death on 6-25-1972.  Mrs. Harris died on 10-28-1976, while residing at 10 Wheeler Ave.  She had:  Jeffrey L. Crouse, who lived in Syracuse, and in 1958 became the fourth generation of his family to operate Bresee Chevrolet, Lance F. Crouse, who lived in Rochester, and Melinda Harris.

George C. Schleich and Frances McCloskey Schleich lived on Green St. by 1939, at 515 Orchard St. by 1942, and lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. in Oran by 1959.  Mr. Schleich was born on 8-3-1905, in Oswego, NY, and served in the USN Sea Bees in the PTO during WWII.  He was a foreman in the machine shop of the Precision Castings Co., where he worked for 40 years.  Mr. Schleich was active in the FVFD.   Mrs. Schleich  was born on 8-31-1910, and was a native of Oswego, NY.  The couple moved to Dunedin, FL, but returned to Manlius about 1991.  They resided there when Mrs. Schleich died on 12-6-1993, and when Mr. Schleich died on 3-8-1999, at age 93.  They had:  Raymond G. Schleich, who graduated from the Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, wed Geraldine Riccardi in Utica, NY, on 10-10-1959, worked for the Bell Telephone Labs, and resided in Lincroft, NJ, and Beverly Schleich, who was born about 1931, graduated from the Central City Business Institute, worked for the Blue Cross Insurance Co., wed Charles Nyman on 9-5-1953, and lives in Manlius.

Clarence F. Schoonmaker and Frances Smith Schoonmaker lived on Cleveland Blvd. by 1942, and at 332 Southfield Dr. by 1960.  Mr. Schoonmaker was born on 12-17-1902, in Fabius, NY, and grew up on a farm there.  He worked as a grocery salesman for the Bentley-Settle Co., and later had his own food brokerage firm.   Mrs. Schoonmaker, a native of NH, was born on 2-10-1905, and the couple wed in 1932.  Mrs. Schoonmaker was a graduate of the Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing and was a nurse at Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital.  Mr. Schoonmaker died on 1-4-1976, and Mrs. Schoonmaker died on 7-26-1995, at age 90.    

Arthur Schultheis and Lillian Thorne Schultheis lived at 116 Huntleigh Ave. by 1942, having lived previously on Alanson Rd, in Syracuse.  They moved to 300 Berkeley Dr. in Syracuse by 1947.  Mr. Schultheis was born about 1900, and was a native of NYC.  He graduated from RPI in 1920, with a degree in engineering.  He worked 16 years as an executive with the Niagara Hudson Power Co., retiring in 1953.  Mrs. Schultheis was born about 1896, and the couple wed about 1923.  They lived in CT at Mr. Schultheis' death on 8-15-1967.  They had:  Lt. Walter Thorne Schultheis, who was born about 1926, served in the USN, graduated from RPI, married Sydney Ann Weaver on 6-30-1951, was an electrical engineer for the Connecticut Power Co, and lives in Mystic, CT.    

Benedict Schupp and Maria Mitterhofer Schupp lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Schupp was born in Germany on 10-5-1893.  He was captain of waiters at the Rainbow Lounge in the Hotel Syracuse, working there 26 years.  Mrs. Schupp, a native of Dorfen, Germany, was born on 2-4-1898, and the couple wed about 1925.  They were live-in servants in a home in Westerly, RI, before coming to Fayetteville about 1930.  Mrs. Schupp died on 11-25-1971,  and Mr. Schupp died on 7-10-1979.  They had:  Franz J. Schupp, who was born about 1936, graduated in 1958 from LeMoyne College, served in the Army, married Ann O'Donnell of Paisley, Scotland, on 4-4-1970, worked at the Niagara Mohawk Corp., and lives in Port St. Lucie, FL.

Leonard George Seamans and Leona Bilyea Seamans lived at 301 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Seamans was born in Syracuse on 7-10-1912, and was the sales manager of  F. O. Connor, Inc. before he left in March, 1943, to serve in WWII.  The couple married on 12-18-1935, in Fayetteville, and were divorced on 6-26-1946.  Mrs. Seamans, who was an office worker at the Precision Castings Co. and the Norwich Pharmical Co., died on 1-11-1952.  Mr. Seamans resided in Palmdale, CA, at his death on 3-12-1973.  (See the entry above for J. G. Bilyea.)

Clifford Howe Searl and Anna Elliot Telfer Searl lived on 7128 High Bridge Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Searl was born in 1880 in Syracuse.  He attended Williams College and Syracuse University, where he received a law degree in 1905.  He was an attorney with offices in the State Tower Building.  After 37 years in private practice, Mr. Searl was elected a NYS Supreme Court Justice, and served 10 years.  He was active in the SAR and other historical and civic causes before his death on 11-14-1961.  An obituary referred to him as, "one of the most respected members of the bench and bar in upstate New York."  Mrs. Searl was born on 9-25-1882, in Syracuse. and graduated from Syracuse University.  The couple married on 10-17-1905.  She died on 3-31-1969.  They had:  Jerome H. Searl, (see his listing below), and Jane S. Searl, who was born 2-8-1913, in Syracuse.  (See the listings above for Gordon Druehl, and Charles S. Estabrook.)

Jerome Howe Searl and Elizabeth Lewis Searl lived at 7154 Highbridge Road by 1942.  Mr. Searl was born on 3-23-1910, in Syracuse.  He attended Williams College and was graduated from Syracuse University law school in 1935. Mr. Searl served in the judge advocate corps during WWII.  Later he was an attorney with the firm of Searl, McElroy, Logan, and Searl.  Mr. Searl was elected president of the Hotel Syracuse, Inc. in 1968, continuing the important role his father, Clifford Searl, (see his listing above), played in the history of the hotel.  Mrs. Searl was born on 7-19-1910, in Honolulu, HI. She graduated from Smith College, and the couple wed in Honolulu in 1933.  Mrs. Searl served with the Red Cross Motor Corps during WWII, and was very active in various charitable causes.  Mr. Searl died on 3-5-1983, while vacationing in Santa Barbara, CA.  Mrs. Searl moved to Montecito, CA, in 1988, and later married Richard T. Calmer.  She died in Montecito on 12-16-2010.  Mr. and Mrs. Searl had:  Peter Howe Searl, who was born about 1936, graduated from Dartmouth College, wed Priscilla Ethylen Bruns on 6-11-1957, is an attorney and amateur historian, and lives in Northampton, MA, Judith Searl, who was born about 1940, and was a sophomore at Briarcliffe College on 2-21-1960, when she was killed in a car accident near Durham, NC, and Alexander L. Searl, who was born in 1943, earned his BA and MBA from Syracuse University, wed Shae M. Searl, has been a senior executive with several firms, and lives in Salt Lake City.

Sibelia A. Mulroy Searle lived at 111 Elm St. by 1928.  Mrs. Searle was born about 1869, and was a lifelong resident of the area.  She was the widow of William S. Searle.  Mr. Searle was born about 1872, and died of typhoid fever on 9-11-1910.  He farmed before taking a job with the Francis Hendricks Co.  Mrs. Searle died on 7-9-1947.  They had:  Fred W. Searle, who was born 5-15-1898, resided at 204 Lincoln Ave., wed Ruth Haniford, owned and managed the Suburban Park in Manlius for 33 years, and died on 8-30-1967, Marie Searle, who was born on 6-27-1900, wed Price Healy, was a bank teller, lived at 305 Homewood Dr., and died on 12-15-1989, James A. Searle who was born 8-20-1902, was a golf professional at the Lake Placid Club for 50 years and was the club manager of the Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, GA, and resided in Boynton Beach, FL, at his death on 4-28-1990, and Martha A. Searle, who was born on 11-25-1906, clerked at the post office from 1924 until 1962, wed Daniel Benson on 2-17-1979, and lived in Tavares, FL, at her death on 4-19-2005, at age 98, and her twin, Mary M. Searle, who was a telephone operator, married Bernard Francis Daley, lived in Utica, and died in August, 1980.  Martha Searle was the first female to work at the Fayetteville post office, and was first married at age 73.

Daniel S. Sebring  and Anne Leschak Sebring lived at 134 South St. by 1942, and 206 South St. by 1948. Mr. Sebring was born on 12-28-1909, and grew up in Fayetteville.  (See the entry for Willard Sebring.)  Mrs. Sebring was from Auburn, and was born 10-11-1909.  The couple wed in Camillus on 5-27-1931.  Mr. Sebring worked as a mail carrier, and died on 11-19-1948, at age 39.  Mrs. Sebring later wed Devere Fowler, and lived in Austin, PA.  She died 6-14-1996, while living in Osceola, PA.  Mr. and Mrs. Sebring had:  Aurel Sebring, who was born about 1932, married Kenneth Robertson about 1951, and lived in Austin, Nancy Sebring, who also lived in PA, and Daniel Sebring.  

Willard R. Sebring and Anne Marjencey Sebring lived at 307 South St. by 1942.  Mr. Sebring was born 6-22-1906, and grew up on Spring St.  He served in the US Army during WWII, and was a foreman in the finishing department of the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mrs. Sebring was born on 12-15-1909, in Split Rock, NY, and the couple wed on 4-26-1935.  She was the head bookkeeper for the Flah's store in Syracuse, retiring in 1974.  Mr. Sebring died on 2-6-1972.  Mrs. Sebring later married her husband's brother-in-law, Alan Day.  He died in 1984, (see his entry), and Mrs. Sebring-Day died on 6-1-1993.

Willard S. Sebring and Laura Strotman Sebring lived at 409 Spring St. by 1910, and at 510 Spring St. by 1927.  Mr. Sebring was born in February, 1882.  He was a finisher at the Stickley factory.  Mrs. Sebring was born about 1886, and was a native of Syracuse.  The couple married about 1901, and came to Fayetteville a few years later.  Mr. Sebring died on 4-17-1946, and Mrs. Sebring moved to 114 S. Park St., to live with her daughter Myrtle Ostrander, by 1948. She was living at 600 Chapel St. at her death on 10-11-1966.  They had:  Marion G. Sebring, (also known as Mary Sebring), who was born about 1904, and wed Alan Day, (see their listing),  Willard R. Sebring, who was born in 1906, (see his listing above), Daniel S. Sebring, who was born on 12-28-1909, (see his entry above), Viola Margaret Sebring, who was born on 1-17-1911, and married John W. Gaugel, (see their listing), Harriet Florence Sebring, who was born on 2-2-1915, wed J. Henry Legault, and lived at 409 Lincoln Ave., (see their listing), and Myrtle C. "Nickey" Sebring, (who was sometimes known as Majrette C. Sebring), worked for the Gaylord Brothers Co. and the Syracuse Ornamental Co., married George C. Ostrander, resided at 612 Chapel St., and died on 10-28-1998.

Ignazio "Charlie" Seminara and Rose (Rosa) Seminara lived on Dry Hill Rd. by 1920, on Hawley Ave. in Syracuse, by 1930, and on Duguid Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Seminara was born in Italy about 1870, and came to this country about 1908.   He operated a cheese factory in Fayetteville for 30 years, retiring in 1940.  Mrs. Seminara was also born in Italy, about 1881, and the couple wed about 1897.  The family was living at 808 Hawley Ave. in Syracuse when Mrs. Seminara died on 1-2-1953, and Mr. Seminara died on 3-17-1960.  They had:  Frances Seminara, who was born on 2-4-1900, married Joseph D'Amore, operated a small food market on Lodi St. in Syracuse, was a serious artist, and died on 3-1-1988, Alfia Seminara, who was born about on 7-29-1902, wed Peter Ranieri, lived in Syracuse, and died on 9-6-1994, Anna Seminara Farnett, who was born in Italy on 7-27-1904, and resided in Pulaski, NY, at her death on 4-21-1975, Anthony Seminara, who was born in 1908, worked as a foundry foreman at Crouse-Hinds Co, wed Julia Keene, and resided in Bradenton, FL at his death on 2-3-1999, at age 90, Grace Seminara, who was born about 1913, married Joseph Del Giorno, worked for Flahs and the Addis Co. department stores, and lived in North Syracuse at her death on 5-29-2003, Benjamin Seminara, who was born about 1915, and lived at 129 Mary St. in Syracuse,  Joseph "Jose" Seminara, who was born about 1917, and died on 7-22-1937, in a motorcycle accident near Baldwinsville, NY, while residing in Victory, NY, Mary Seminara, who was born about 1919, wed Thomas DeCarlo, lived in NC, and died about 2005, and Rose J. Seminara, who was born about 1921, wed a Mr. Grosso and Robert A. Caruth, worked as a meat cutter for the Price Chopper Co., resided in Central Square, NY, and died on 5-5-2008.  Mr. and Mrs. Seminara's first four children,  Frances, Alfia, Anna, and Anthony Seminara were born in Italy, and the remaining children were all born in America.  

Edwin M. "Max" Seymour and Lila Blakeslee Seymour came to Fayetteville about 1924, and lived at 101 Mechanic St. by 1930, at 209 Walnut St. by 1942, and moved to Manlius about 1949.  Mr. Seymour was born about 1896, and was a foreman at the McIntyre Paper Co., and a salvage worker for the Precision Castings Co. before owning and operating the Swan Restaurant.  Mrs. Seymour was born on 3-19-1895, and the couple married about 1917, and resided in their home town of Fulton, NY.  He died on 3-19-1957.  Mrs. Seymour served on the school board and was active in many civic causes.  She died on 4-19-1974.  They had:  Robert Edwin Seymour, who was born 2-6-1922, was wounded while serving with the USN in France during WWII, married Marion Virginia Bidwell on 6-10-1946, worked as a paper finisher at the McIntyre Co., a shipping clerk for the C. C. Bradley Co., and joined his father in the operation of the family owned restaurant, and lived on James St. prior to his death on 3-2-1965.

Jacob R. Shafer and Bertha Kimberly Shafer lived at 205 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Shafer was born on 3-12-1917, and was a punch press operator for the Easy Washer Co.  Mrs. Shafer was born on 3-2-1918, and worked for General Electric for 25 years.  They lived at 259 Vinn St. in Syracuse when Mr. Shafer died on 5-10-1961.  Mrs. Shafer died on 11-20-1994.  They had:  Jacob F. Shafer, who lived in West Monroe, NY, Richard A. Shafer, who lived in Baldwinsville, NY, and Janet Shafer Piraino, who lived in Brewerton, NY.

Catherine E. Shannon lived at 408 Elm St. by about 1930.  Mrs. Shannon was born in Canada about 1859, and was the widow of John H. Shannon.  Mr. Shannon was also born in Canada about 1859.  The couple married about 1879, and came to this country in 1906.  Mrs. Shannon lived with her daughter, Mary, and her family on Elm St. about 15 years before her death on 12-2-1944.  Mrs. Shannon was a noted seamstress and considered an artist at needlepoint.  They had six children, four of whom survived to at least 1910.  The three known children:  Robert Shannon, who was born about 1887, Mary Louise Shannon, who married Harry D. Blaney, (see their listing above), Edward J. Shannon, who was a painter, resided in Fayetteville, and died on 5-19-1954.  The funeral service for Mrs. Shannon was conducted by her nephew, Rev. William J. Shannon, a widely known local priest.

Mildred Barton Sharon lived at 210 East Genesee St. by 1928, at 214 Salt Springs St. by 1942, moved to Clinton St. in the summer of 1945, and was living at the corner of Walnut and East Genesee St. by 1948.  Mrs. Sharon was born in Napannee, Canada on 8-4-1882, and was a nurse.  She was married to David Sharon, who was a farmer in Palermo, NY, before his death about 1921.  Mrs. Sharon lived in Fayetteville for 40 years before moving away in 1961.  She lived with her daughter, Roberta, in Syracuse, at her death on 9-5-1978, at age 96.  They had:  Mary B. Sharon, who was born on 6-21-1902, married Rev. A. E. Place, a Methodist minister, and a Mr. Bruckart, and resided in Portland, OR, at her death in January, 1987, Geraldine Sharon, (see the listing below for William Stevenson), and Roberta Sharon, who was born on 7-8-1916, wed James A. Bateson, Jr., on 2-3-1944, was a secretary for Goodelle & Bates in Minoa, and probably lived in Houston, TX, at her death on 4-1-1996. 

Albert Anson Shearer and Ruth Mabel Chappell Shearer lived in a tenant farm house on the Tracy farm on the East Genesee Turnpike on 3-4-1931, when it was completely destroyed in a fire.  They then moved to Mill St., and then to Salt Spring St. before moving to High Bridge St. in 1934.  Mr. Shearer was born in Brockport, NY, on 4-7-1883, but lived most of his life in CNY.  He worked as a farm laborer and also for the Onondaga County Highway Department, and later for the Village of Manlius.  Mrs. Shearer was born on 5-10-1892, and was a native of Cazenoivia.  The couple wed on 12-23-1914, in Pompey Hollow, and lived in Bridgeport at her death on 2-11-1966, and at his death on 2-16-1977, at age 93.  They had:  Harold Cosway Shearer, who was born on 3-9-1916, wed Jessie Paton in June, 1941,and Martha Recor about 1952, served in WWII, and lived in Golden, CO, at his death on 2-12-1996, Mabel Louella Shearer, who was born in August, 1922, wed Alton J. Marsh, worked for the FDIC, and lived in Camillus at her death on 11-27-1992, Robert Chappell Shearer, who was born on 5-1-1920, was a farm hand, and lived in Palm Harbor, FL, at his death on 3-4-2003, Mary Jane Shearer, who was born in August, 1931, earned a BS in nursing from Syracuse University in 1953, wed the Rev. Carle Frederick Jenkins on 9-15-1956, and lived in Louisville, KY.

Charles L. Shearer and Melva Polson Shearer moved from 212 West Genesee St. to Salt Springs St. in 1942, and to Pierrepoint Manor, NY, by 1950.  Mr. Shearer was born 7-31-1912, in Big Run, PA, and graduated from Findlay College.  He was a coach and an instructor at the Manlius Military Academy during WWII.  Later he was a chemist, for the Sealright Co, and died suddenly at home in Watertown, NY, on 7-10-1950.  Mrs. Shearer was born  on 10-24-1917, in Syracuse, and the couple married on 12-28-1940.  She earned degrees from St. Lawrence and Syracuse University, and taught math in Central Square, NY.  After Mr. Shearer's death, she wed George Richards, and died on 2-19-1997, in Tucson, AZ.  Mr. and Mrs. Shearer had:  Sandra J.Shearer, who  lived in Lima, NY, and Robert I. Shearer, who was born in 1946, graduated from Union College (KY), married Sally Marie Duxberry about 1975, worked for SUNY at Oswego, and lives in Honeye Falls, NY.

Margaret O'Shea Sheedy lived at 110 Warren St. by 1942.   Mrs. Sheedy was born in 1860, in Canada, and came to the United States about 1880--a few years after her marriage to Michael Sheedy, a farm worker.  Mr. Sheedy was born about 1858, and died on 9-30-1919.  Mrs. Sheedy died on 11-5-1944.  They had:  Anna Sheedy, who was born about 1882, wed Thomas Francis "Frank" Meagher, lived in Chittenango, and died on 4-16-1925.  Mrs. Meagher died just two weeks after her husband, both succumbing to pneumonia.

Arnold T. Shepherd and Anna G. Shepherd lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942, having resided previously in Utica, NY.   Mr. Shepherd was born in Canada on 8-27-1893.  He was a salesman for the Onondaga Photo Engravers Co.  Mrs. Shepherd was born on 6-12-1898, and the couple wed about 1927.  She was a teacher.  The family later moved to Oneida, NY, and lived there when Mr. Shepherd died in March, 1976, and Mrs. Shepherd died in December, 1984.

Henry S. Sherer and Dorothy Hunt Sherer lived at 825 Oakwood Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Sherer was born about 1905, and was a native of Scranton, PA.  He came to Fayetteville about 1940, and was in the wholesale building materials business on Erie Blvd. in Syracuse and was the manager of the Reserve Supply of CNY, Inc.  Mr. Sherer died on 4-4-1964.  Mrs. Sherer was probably born on 4-1-1903, and lived in Richmond, VA, at her death on 4-13-2004, at age 101. They had:  Peter Sherer, who attended Purdue University, and resided in Utica, NY, Linda Sherer, who attended St. Lawrence University, and wed James L. MacNair about 1966, and lived in Ft. Collins, CO, and Stephen Sherer, who was born about 1931, also attended St. Lawrence, and lives in Glen Ellen, CA.

Harold John Sherman lived at 207 Thompson St. by 1930.  Mr. Sherman was born about 1888.  He was a native of Summerhill, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1928.  Mr. Sherman worked as a carpenter and contractor, and had a small blade sharpening business.  He also served on the Village planning board.  Mr. Sherman died on 12-16-1959, still residing on Thompson St.

Charlotte "Lottie" Fairbank Sherwood lived at 240 Salt Springs St. by 1942.  Mrs. Sherwood was born about 1859.  She was the widow of Wallace S. Sherwood, a farmer, whom she wed about 1876.  Mr. Sherwood was born about 1850, and died on 3-16-1933.  Mrs. Sherwood died on 9-21-1943.  They had:  Charles E. Sherwood, Sr., who was born on 5-13-1886, operated one of the first milk routes in Fayetteville, farmed and lived in Manlius Center for 82 years, and died on 2-11-1973, and Howard Sherwood, who lived in Niagara Falls, NY.

James A. Shoemaker and Ethel Caroline Bex Shoemaker lived on High Bridge St. by 1930.  Mr. Shoemaker was born on 5-3-1884, and worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Shoemaker was born 7-10-1885, and the couple wed about 1912.  She worked as an interior decorator for Dey Brothers Co.  Mrs. Shoemaker was interested in genealogy--particularly her own English ancestry.  Mr. Shoemaker died on 6-10-1963, and Mrs. Shoemaker died on 2-25-1974.  They had:  James Marshall Shoemaker, who was born on 6-27-1913, (see his entry below), Rosalind Shoemaker, who was born about 1914, married William H. Williams, and lived in St. Louis, Grant L. Shoemaker, who was born about 1918, served in the Army during WWII, married Olive Howes about 1943, was an inspector for the Precision Co. for 44 years, resided at 214 McLennan Dr., made dulcimers and was a ham radio operator, and died 7-10-2005, Dr. Charles Edward Shoemaker, who was born about 1920, attended Oswego Normal School, served in WWII, married Mary Etta Crockford on 12-21-1944, lived in Oswego, and died on 1-17-2003, (see the listing for the Crockford family),  and Doris Shoemaker, who was born about 1927, wed Richard R. Collins, William C. Dethloff, and Arkie Albanese, and lives at 14 Kevin Circle, in Manlius.

James Marshall Shoemaker and Hope Irene Franklin Shoemaker lived at 410 Elm St. by 1942, and on Highbridge St. by 1948.  Mr. Shoemaker was born on 6-27-1913, and grew up in Fayetteville, (see the entry above for James A. Shoemaker).  He was the night foreman at the Precision Castings Co., and later worked for the Hood Dairy Co.  Mrs. Shoemaker was born in Syracuse on 5-15-1917, and worked for Chappell's department stores, and later for Saul's Pharmacy.   At some point the couple divorced, and Mrs. Shoemaker married George J. Louzek on 4-25-1959.  She was residing in Jamesville at her death on 11-30-2002.  Mr. Shoemaker moved to FL, but resided in Cazenovia at his death on 4-24-2000.   The Shoemakers had:  Jackie Shoemaker, who died in 1937, James M. Shoemaker, Jr., who served in the USAF, and lived in Cato, NY, Joan Adell Shoemaker, who wed Richard Irving Lavner about 1960, and lived in Cazenovia, and Jerry L. Shoemaker, who was born about 1944, married Joyce Kellish, worked for the Carrier Corp., moved to Chittenango about 1970, and died on 1-28-1988.  Mr. Louzek and Mrs. Shoemaker-Louzek had:  Kathleen E. Louzek, who was born about 1961, and lived in Jamesville.  

Robert Daniel Shults and Cornelia Carp Shults lived at 312 Elm St. by 1942.  Mr. Shults was born on 12-30-1898.  He was a guard at the Solvay Process Co. and an automobile salesman--selling Fords, Studebakers and other brands.  Mrs. Shults worked as a sales clerk for the Addis Co. and at  The Ellen Shoppe.  Following her death on 9-8-1956, Mr. Shults moved to St. Petersburg, FL, where he died on 5-27-1965.  They had:  R. Daniel Shults, Jr., who was a US Navy medic and participated in the D-Day invasion, wed Beverly Jean Stowell, sold automobiles, and died in Englewood, FL, on 2-5-1995. 

Clarence A. Simons and Leah Goodman Simons lived in Fayetteville by 1935, and at 307 Center St. by 1939.  Mr. Simons was born in Cato, NY, about 1897, and was a shovel operator for the Onondaga County Highway Department, and later a locomotive fireman for the NY C Railroad.  Mrs. Simons was born 8-19-1898, and the couple married about 1918.  They moved to East Syracuse about 1946, and lived at 108 East Second St. at Mr. Simons' death on 10-28-1955. Following his death, Mrs. Simons, a native of Romulus, NY, moved to Weedsport, NY,  and resided with the family of Frances Tarver.  She died on 8-30-1993, at age 95.

Glenn Milton Sleeth and Jeannette Williams Judge Sleeth lived at 105 Center St. by 1942, and at 408 South Manlius St. by 1948.  Mr. Sleeth was born about 1912, and came to Fayetteville about 1940.  He was a machinist for the Precision Castings Co. for 25 years.  Mrs. Sleeth was born on 7-2-1913, and the couple wed on 8-26-1937.  She was a secretary for General Electric.  Mr. Sleeth died on 5-31-1964, and Mrs. Sleeth died on 2-27-1996.  They had:  Patricia A. Sleeth, who was born in April, 1939, married Mark A. Snyder, and resides in Sparta, NJ, Mary Ann Sleeth Barr, who resides in San Jose, CA, and Gail Sleet Darrenkamp, who was born in January, 1945, and lives in Lancaster, PA.

Sarah Jane Kilborn Smart lived at 303 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mrs. Smart was born on 5-29-1849 in Brockville, Ontario, Canada. She was the daughter of Braddish Kilborn and Lamira "Myra" Billings, and was the last surviving member of one of the orignal founding families of Ottawa, Canada.  Mrs. Smart was the widow of Elswood Chaffey Smart, whom she wed on 11-12-1874, in Brockville.  Mr. Smart was born in Scotland about 1845, and immigrated to Canada in 1873. He died in Ontario province on 9-25-1918.  Mrs. Smart lived with her daughter, Ida, at her death on 11-10-1944, at age 95.  They had:  Ella K. Smart, who was born on 1-1-1876, married James G. Hill on 4-8-1901, and resided in Cazenovia, Eva Smart, who was born on 4-4-1881, wed Wallace V. Sheffield, and resided in Toronto, Canada, Ida Smart, who was born on 5-17-1884, married Rev. John Thomas Cowan on 5-30-1912, and lived in Fayetteville, (see their listing above). Albert Smart, who was born on 1-4-1891, was a steam engineer, served in WWI, and died in England on 3-30-1919, and Sarah Gladys Smart, who was born on 1-4-1891, and died in Canada on 10-29-1928.   Mrs. Smart's grand-nephew was Air Marshall William A. Bishop, RCAF, who was the leading Canadian ace in WWI, and was credited with downing 72 enemy planes.  It is believed that Mrs. Smart, and her daughters, Ella and Ida, came to CNY as a result of Ida's husband, Rev. Cowan, accepting a call to minister in Fayetteville.

C. Raymond Smith and Grace Farman Smith lived at 208 Clinton St. by 1927, and at 315 Center St. by 1934.  Mr. Smith was the chief inspector at the Precision Castings Co., and spent 36 years with the firm.   Mrs. Smith was born about 1889.  The couple wed about 1928, and moved to Manlius shortly after WWII ended.  They resided at 226 Fayette St. when Mr. Smith died on 6-17-1971, and Mrs. Smith resided on Smith St. at her death on 9-18-1974.  They had:  Doreta Smith, who was born on 2-16-1911, married Wilbur H. Chapman in 1929, lived in Manlius, moved to FL, and resided in Winter Garden, at her death on 3-16-2007, at age 96.

Donald H. Smith and Catherine Ila Fuller Smith lived at 119 West Genesee St. by 1942, and moved to Manlius about 1960.  Mr. Smith was born 5-29-1913, and was a native of Scott, NY.  He was a moulder for the Precision Castings Co., and died on 2-17-1972.  Mrs. Smith was born in Chenango Forks, NY, on 9-13-1914, and died on 11-8-2001.  They had:  Joan Smith Hopkins, who was born about 1941, and lived in East Syracuse 37 years before her death on 9-12-2001, Eileen Smith Chapman, who lived in Manlius, and Shirley Smith Regna, who lived in Port Byron, NY.

Earl W. Smith and Grace Lincoln Smith lived at 210 Lincoln St. by 1942.  Mr. Smith was born in Pompey Hollow, on 9-12-1897, and lived at 204 Clinton St. by 1927.  He was an employee of the Village of Fayetteville, and later was a driver for the Syracuse and Eastern Bus Co., and a sander at the Stickley Furniture Co., where he worked 22 years.  Mr. Smith died on 6-14-1981.  Mrs. Smith was born on 12-15-1910, and died on 10-20-1997.  They had:  Earl Smith, Jr., who was an attendant at Muhlenforth's Sunoco station and Cora Grace Smith, who graduated from the Central City Business Institute, was a secretary for attorney Charles A. Wilkins, and married Gerald Ramond Johnson in 1958 and Bruce L. Reals in 1964.

Ella Wright Smith lived at 315 East Genesee St. by 1942.   Mrs. Smith was born about 1862, in Messina, NY, and was a graduate of Potsdam Normal School.  Mrs. Smith lived many years in Onondaga Valley, NY, where she was chairman of the Red Cross during WWI.  She resided in Pittsburgh, PA, at her death on 2-19-1944.  Mrs. Smith had:  Homer H. Smith, who lived in Pittsburgh.

F. Gordon Smith and Dorothy Coman Smith lived at 201 East Genesee St.  by 1927.  Mr. Smith was born about 1888, in South Dakota.  He earned his BS from Syracuse University in 1911.  Mr. Smith was a businessman for 24 years, but in 1935 he joined the University administration, and later served as a vice-president, responsible for much of the post WWII campus building boom.  He was very active in church, and civic causes.  Mrs. Smith was born about 1891, and was a native of Morrisville, NY.  She was the daughter of Henry Coman, who served as a justice on the NYS Supreme Court.  The couple married about 1912, and  resided in Cazenovia when Mr. Smith died on 2-14-1964.  Mrs. Smith lived in Syracuse at her death on 3-21-1973.  They had:  Fred Burton Smith, who was born on 1-27-1915, married Jeanne Whitney Barnes and Lynda Dickinson, graduated from Princeton University and law school at Syracuse University in 1940, was an attorney in Syracuse with the firm of Hancock, Dorr, Ryan, and Shove, served as general counsel to the US Treasury Department in Washington, taught law at Syracuse, and resided in Greensboro, NC, at his death on 11-2-1998, Major Gordon Burr Smith, who was born on 2-1-1919, graduated from Yale in 1940, was a decorated US Army veteran of WWII having participated in the D-Day invasion of Omaha Beach, married Sarah Moore, was plant manager for the Syracuse China Co. and an engineer with other firms, and lived in Cazenovia at his death on 10-30-1992, and Nancy Dana Smith, who was born about 1920, graduated from Syracuse University and wed John Howard Williams in 1943, and later lived in Burlington, VT.     

Florence Elizabeth Belding Smith lived at 200 Lincoln Ave. by 1942, and moved away before 1948.  Mrs. Smith was born on 7-22-1900, and was a housekeeper.  She was a native of Fayetteville and resided with her parents, Louis B. and Eva Kimber Belding on Lincoln Ave. before she wed Platt Howard Smith on 10-14-1934, and moved briefly to NYC.  Mr. Smith was born on 8-10-1896, and lived in Brooklyn at his death in February, 1980.  Mrs. Smith died on 10-21-1974, while living with her daughter in Palatine Bridge, NY.  Mrs. Smith had:  Virginia Smith, who was born in 1935, in NYC, married Oliver Simonsen, and resided in Palatine Bridge.  (See the entry for Louis Belding.)

Florence Truck Smith lived at 313 Chapel St. by 1927.  Mrs. Smith was born in August, 1884, and was a native of Otisco, NY.  She came to Fayetteville about 1908, and was a teacher for the Fayetteville schools for about 35 years.  Mrs. Smith was the widow of Porter Tremain Smith, whom she wed about 1908.  Mr. Smith was born on 10-20-1873, and worked as an upholsterer for the Stickley Furniture Co.  He was very active in the Fayetteville Baptist Church, where he never missed a Sunday School service for 45 years, and made regular visits to sick church members.  On 2-21-1934, Mr. Smith was hunting near Fayetteville with three companions, when he died suddenly.  Mrs. Smith died on 5-14-1959.  

Floyd J. Smith and Jennie Pulford Smith lived at 102 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier in Pompey, NY.  Mr. Smith was born in March, 1886.  He was a laborer at the McIntyre Paper Co., worked at a gravel bed, and was a village employee.  Mrs. Smith was born about 1883.  They were both from Delphi Falls, NY, and wed on 9-9-1913.  Mrs. Smith predeceased Mr. Smith who died on 6-23-1957.  They had:  Harold Pulford Smith, who was born about 1914, and lived in Syracuse, and Charlotte Smith, who was born about 1918, wed Frank Cox, and lived in Canastota.   

Fred E. Smith and Jeanette Parker Smith lived on High Bridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Smith worked for the New Process Gear Co., and later was a truck driver.  He retired from NPG in 1981.  Mrs. Smith was born on 10-10-1919, and was the daughter of Louis H. Parker and Gladys Garlock Parker, of Fayetteville, (see their listing).  The couple wed in 1937, and Mrs. Smith worked for General Electric for 22 years.  The family moved to Chittenango in 1948, and Mrs. Smith died on 2-11-2000.  They had:  Patricia Smith Graham and Peggy Smith Philo Bowker, who both reside in Chittenango, Susan Smith Vickery, who resides in Custar, OH,  Charles Smith, who lived in Oriskany, NY, and Thomas Smith, who lived in Durhamville, NY.

George William Smith and Mary E. Smith 108 Elm St. by 1942, and at 109 Orchard St. by 1960.  Mr. Smith was born in Clinton, NY, on 9-22-1910.  He was a baker at Kelley's Bakery in Syracuse, and at the Bond Bread Co.   Mrs. Smith, a native of Manlius, was born on 10-1-1910, and came to Fayetteville about 1935.  She was a sales clerk for the W. T. Grant Co. for 20 years, and died on 4-23-1972.  Mr. Smith died on 6-6-1986.  They had:  Betty Smith, who was born about 1932, married Lyle N. Noreault on 4-12-1952, and lives in Canastota, NY.

Harry G. Smith and Agnes Mary Pankhurst Smith lived at 202 High Bridge St. by 1927.  Mr. Smith was born in England about 1880, and the couple wed about 1903.  He was a baker for a biscuit company, and an inspector at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs Smith was also a native of England, having been born in Hawkhurst, Kent, about 1879.  She died in July, 1951, after residing in America for 46 years.  They had:  Harry P. Smith, (see his listing below), Arthur Charles Smith, who was born on 12-8-1919, and lived in East Syracuse, George W. Smith, (see his listing above), Harold G. Smith, who was born about 1913, and lived in Los Angeles, CA, and Dorothy Agnes Smith, who was born on 12-2-1916, and married Robert E. Landers, (see their listing above).      

Harry Lester Smith and Jessie Ransier Smith lived on Green Lake Rd. by 1927.  Mr. Smith was born on 9-17-1873, and was a life long resident of CNY.  He was the elected supervisor for the Town of Manlius and a dairy farmer.  He died on 7-3-1953.  Mrs. Smith was born about 1872, and the couple married about 1896.  She died on 11-14-1955.  They had:  Harry Anson Smith, who was born on 7-18-1901, owned Smith Transportation Lines, resided in Fayetteville, and died on 5-26-1970, Ara Smith Kipp, who was born on 1-30-1903, and lived in Montour Falls, NY,  at her death on 7-27-1997, Favor R. Smith, who was born on 3-18-1905, graduated from Cornell University in 1927, was the treasurer of the Lake Placid Olympic Organizing Committee, lived in Lake Placid, NY, and died in December, 1980, Raymond D. Smith, (see his listing below), Arthur H. Smith, who was born in 1910, and lived in Syracuse, Orson D. Smith, who was born on 4-23-1912, wed Grace Smith and Rose Luchsinger, was a dairy farmer and a member of the Chittenango school board, and resided in Canastota, NY, at his death on 6-9-1997, Ada Louise Smith, who was born about 1913, wed Arnold K. Millett on 1-8-1939, served as town clerk for 25 years, and resided in Manlius at her death on 10-16-1979, Beulah "Peggy" Smith Bird, who was born 11-19-1915, graduated from RIT, was a food supervisor at Crouse-Irving Hospital and died on 7-26-2003, and Iva Elizabeth Smith, who was born about 1918, was a nursing student at Crouse-Irving, wed Carl J. Young on 7-4-1943, and resided in CA.  Mr. Smith was a descendant of Orson Smith who was a pioneer settler in the area.  In 1806 he purchased land in the Town of Sullivan, about a mile from North Manlius, and in 1821 he moved his family to land that is now on the Green Lake Rd.  The home of H. L. Smith was acquired by NYS  and is now known as the Outdoor Education Center--a part of Green Lakes State Park.

Harry P. Smith and Esther Wavle Smith lived in Fayetteville by about 1928, and were at 304 South Manlius St. by 1938.  Mr. Smith was born about 1904, and was a foreman at the Precision Castings Co.  He was the son of Harry and Agnes Pankhurst Smith, (see their listing above).  Mrs. Smith, a native of Cincinnatus, NY, was born about 1899.  She was first wed about 1917, and she and Mr. Smith married about 1926.  Mrs. Smith died on 5-11-1948.  

Ida M. Smith lived at 104 Clinton St. by 1930.  Mrs. Smith was born in November, 1866, and was a native of North Pitcher, NY.  She was the widow of Alphonso P. Smith, whom she wed about 1883.  Mr. Smith was born about 1858, grew up in Fabius, NY, and worked as a farmer and mason.  He died in 1923.  Mrs. Smith died on 5-3-1947.  They had:  Floyd Smith, (see his listing above), Bessie Smith Wheeler Means, who lived in Fayetteville, (see the listing for Emory P. Means and Bessie Smith Means), Hattie Smith, who was born in 1895, and wed David Roberts,  Warren C. Smith, (see his listing below), and Ralph A. Smith, who was born about 1907, married Rosalie Smith, worked for Precision and later operated the Highway Inn in Floyd, NY, and died on 12-8-1974, while residing in Holland Patent, NY.

Kenneth R. Smith and Frances Dixon Smith lived on East Genesee St. by 1937, at 703 Oakwood Ave. by 1942, and at 204 Orchard St. by 1948.  Mr. Smith lived in Fayetteville by 1927, and was an inspector for the Carrier Corp. and later operated a neighborhood grocery for many years.  He eventually closed the store on Orchard St. and converted the building to an apartment house.  Mrs. Smith taught school in Dolgeville and Fayetteville.  The couple moved to Little Falls, NY, in the mid 1950's, and Mr. Smith died there on 3-14-1959.    

Lacey Burdette Smith and Nettie Belle Hughson Smith lived at 119 West Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Smith was born on 8-24- 1876, and came to the Fayetteville area from Spafford, NY, about 1918.  He worked as a teamster, and later was a farmer and gardener.  Mrs. Smith was born about 1882, and the couple married about 1900.  She died on 8-10-1943, and Mr. Smith died on 11-17-1949.  They had:  Charles L. Smith, who was born about 1903, and lived in Hartford, CT, Floyd A. Smith, who was born about 1909, married Jessie Elizabeth Rowe, and lived near Manlius at his death on 2-25-1951, Donald R. Smith, who was born in 1913, (see his listing above), Raymond C. Smith, who was born 12-19-1914, married Edith I. Royal, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 6-9-1972, Jennie Smith, who was born in 1917, and wed Anson Rowe, (see their listing above), Doris C. Smith, who was born on 12-6-1918, did housework, married Roscoe A. Rowe, and resided at 212 Salt Springs St. at her death on 10-24-1997.

Ralph B. "Stretch" Smith lived at 123 Elm St. by 1927, and he and his wife, Mabel Colvin Smith, lived on the East Syracuse Rd. by 1930, and at 100 South St. by 1942.  Mr. Smith was born about 1898.  He was a die caster for the S. Cheney & Sons Co., in Manlius, the Doehler-Jarvis Co., and the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Smith was born about 1911, and the couple married about 1929.  The family moved to Batavia, NY, and Mr. Smith resided there at his death on 5-17-1969.  Mrs. Smith probably died there on 10-14-1994.  They had:  Franklin B. Smith, Robert L. Smith, Albert E. Smith, and Larraine Smith Donahue.

Ray W. Smith and Lillian Barnes Smith lived at 104 South Mill St. by 1942, and at 114 Mechanic St. by 1948.  Mr. Smith was born 9-29-1908, and was in the CCC during the Depression.  He was a foundry worker at the Precision Castings Co. and then worked 25 years as a machinist at the New Process Gear Corp.  Mr. Smith died 3-20-1994.  Mrs. Smith was born in Spafford, NY, on 8-18-1912, and the couple married in June, 1934.  She was a beautician, and died on 9-30-2000.  They had:  Phyllis R. Smith, who married Larry Wilson, worked as a hospital clerk, and lived in Albany, OR, before returning to Chittenango, Donald J. Smith, who resided in East Syracuse, and Dianne J. Smith, who married Jerome Flescher, and resides in Syracuse and FL.

Raymond D. Smith and Lillian Knapp Wente Smith lived on the Green Lake Rd. following their marriage on 6-29-1941.  Mr.Smith was born on 7-2-1908, and grew up on the farm of his parents, Harry L. Smith and Jessie Ransier Smith, that later became a part of Green Lakes State Park, (see their listing).  Mr. Smith was a dairy farmer.  Mrs. Smith was married earlier to William Wente.  Mr. Smith lived in Cicero, NY, at his death on 10-9-1990. 

Roy L. Smith and M. Arlene Fritsch Smith lived at the Methodist parsonage at 407 Clinton St. by 1941.  Rev. Smith was born on 9-5-1911, and grew up in Erin, NY.  He was a minister and served the Methodist Church in Fayetteville  for nine years.  Mrs. Smith was born on 9-25-1911, in Syracuse, and grew up in Elmira Heights, NY.  She graduated from Keuka College in 1933, and wed Rev. Smith 7-29-1936.  The family left Fayetteville in November, 1949, and moved to Utica, NY, where Rev. Smith died on 5-9-1952.  Mrs. Smith then became a high school biology teacher, retiring in 1973. She died 12-17-2002, at age 91.  Mr. Smith's younger brother, Sidney C. Smith, was born about 1923, and attended Syracuse University while living with the Smith family in Fayetteville.  Rev. and Mrs. Smith had:  Gwynne E. Smith, who married James C. Bodle, and lives in Canastota, NY,  Linda Smith, who married Thomas Blaszak, and resides in Utica, and Drynda Sue Smith, who died on 9-26-1964.

Sherman Smith and Lillian Hammond Smith lived at 201 North Park St. by 1942.   Mr. Smith was born about 1880, and was a native of East Syracuse.  He worked for the Crouse-Hinds Co. for 35 years, before retiring about 1940, and moving to Fayetteville.  Mrs. Smith was born about 1871, and the couple wed on 11-4-1897.  She died on 4-26-1954, and Mr. Smith died on 3-19-1963.     

Stanley T. Smith and Mildred Edwina Anson Chamberlin Smith lived on East Genesee St. by 1940, at 100 Salt Springs St. by 1942, and in 1964 moved to a home on Oneida Lake near Bridgeport.  Mr. Smith was born in Morrisville, NY, on 8-17-1894, and wed Ama J. Smith about 1915.  They lived in Oneida and he worked for the Oneida Silverware Co.  Mr. Smith came to Fayetteville about 1934, and was a machinist  for Precision Castings Co. and later operated a Red & White grocery store for many years.  Mrs. Smith was born in Camden, NY, on 12-12-1890, and wed Francis William Chamberlin in Vienna, NY, in 1915.  They lived in Oneida by 1930, and divorced some time before 1940.  Mr. Smith died on 4-15-1974, and Mrs. Smith died on 1-16-1978, in Oneida.  Mrs. Smith had:  Faith Smith, who married Austin B. Dulin, and a Mr. Thorpe, and lives in Aberdeen, NC, Joyce Chamberlin, who was born about 1916, wed Paul Howell, and also lives in Verona, Lee Francis Chamberlin, who was born on 7-1-1918, wed Marguere T. Chamberlin, was an engineer at the Carrier Corp. and resided in Summerfield, FL, at his death on 10-24-2001, and Jacques G. "Jack" Chamberlin, who was born on 8-26-1920, served in WWII, married Aileen McDonald in 1952, worked as a test engineer for the General Electric Co., was an amateur radio operator, and lived in Oriskany, NY, at his death on 7-29-2005.  

Thomas Wallis Smith and Emily Christiansen Smith lived on Elm St. , and      at 111 Center St. by 1942.  Mr. Smith was probably born on 6-5-1898, and was the district manager of the California Fruit Growers' Exchange.  Mrs. Smith was also born about 1898, and the couple wed about 1928.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Smith were natives of the Boston area, and following his retirement, the couple moved to Wiscasset, ME.   Mrs. Smith died there on Christmas Day, 1968.  Mr. Smith probably died on 8-7-1988, at age 90.  They had:  Thomas W. Smith, Jr., who was born in 1929, and attended Syracuse University, and Joanna Evelyn Smith, who graduated from Wheelock College in 1952, married Prospere S. Virden, Jr., taught school, and lives in Yarmouth Point, MA.    

Walter Raymond Smith lived on Thompson St. by 1910, and at 110 High Bridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Smith was born on 10-25-1877, and married Daisy Rightmire about 1908.  Mrs. Smith was probably born in July, 1884, in Tioga County, NY.  Mr. Smith worked many years for the Smith & Corona Typewriter Co, then worked at the Precision Castings Co.  He resided in Florida at different times, but died in a Minoa nursing home on 12-18-1950.  Mrs. Smith resided in the Miami area.  They had:  N. Gordon Smith, who was born about 1909,  Lois J. Smith Norvell, who was born about 1911, and resided in Coral Gables, FL, and Elinor C. Smith Crandall, who was born about 1912, and lived in Orlando, FL.

Warren C. Smith and Lucy Ellen Guild Smith lived at 112 Washington St. by 1927, and lived briefly near Cleveland, OH, before returning to Fayetteville.  Mr. Smith was born on 4-22-1897, in Delphi Falls, NY, and grew up in New Woodstock, NY.  He came to Fayetteville about 1916 and served in WWI.  Mrs. Smith was born about 1899, and the couple married on 5-4-1918.  Mr. Smith was the head of the inspection department at the Precision Castings Co., where he worked for more than 30 years before his death on 7-28-1961.  Mrs. Smith died on 9-2-1951, and Mr. Smith later wed Grace M. Laning.  The second Mrs. Smith, who was an early telephone operator, died in Manlius on 3-30-1991, at the age of 87.  W. C. and Lucy Smith had:  Myrtle E. Smith, who was born about 1919, wed Charles H. Perry, and lived in Cazenovia at her death on 9-12-1967, Warren Smith, Jr., who died on 9-11-1927, at the age of three, and Lucy I. "Polly" Smith, who was born on 7-29-1927, wed M. Donald Low, and lived in Syracuse at her death on 2-15-1996.

Willard B. Smith and Vera G. Smith resided on the East Genesee Turnpike by 1942, and moved to Lebanon, NY, in 1948.  Mr. Smith was born about 1899, and was a native of Florida, NJ.  He was a tool and die maker, and worked for the Doehler Co., and for the Taco Co. in Sherburne, NY, from 1954 until his retirement in 1970.   Mr. Smith was very active in the Shriners, Farm Bureau, Masons, and the OES.  Mrs. Smith was born about 1900, and was a native of North Brookfield, NY.  She was a 1922 graduate of Syracuse University, and the couple wed about 1925.  Mrs. Smith worked as a science teacher in Canastota, Batavia, and Hamilton.  She also operated the Fountain Flower Shop in Lebanon for 15 years.  Mr. Smith died 10-23-1983, and Mrs. Smith died on 6-16-1991, at age 90.  They had:  Grayson Smith, who was born about 1927, and lived in Marathon, NY. 

Charles Cortland Snook and Edith Van Rensselaer Sweet Snook lived on High Bridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Snook was born on 1-22-1878, and was a native of Wampsville, NY.  He came to Fayetteville about 1890, and later was in the insurance business and operated Snook's Pond--a swimming facility on Highbridge Rd.  Mrs. Snook was born in Chicago on 2-22-1884, and the couple wed on 5-9-1903.  She died on 12-13-1952, and Mr. Smith died on 4-28-1971, at age 93. They had:  Edith May Snook, who was born on 5-9-1904, married Paul A. M. Corbett on 1-20-1930 and later wed Nicholas P. Makanna, and lived in Huntington, LI, NY, Genevieve Snook, who was born on 4-17-1906, wed Nelson Edward Robinson on 4-17-1930, and lived in Johnson City, NY, at her death on 11-20-1978, Cortland Snook, who was born in 1908, (see his listing below), Josephine Virginia Snook Crump, who was born on 3-24-1910, and lived in Old Saybrook, CT, at her death on 7-31-1995, George E. Snook, who was born about 1912, and died at age four on 9-1-1916, Clark Edward Snook, who was born on 8-16-1916, graduated from the College of Forestry at Syracuse University in 1940, lived in East Orange, NJ, and later in Atlanta, and died on 12-10-2001, Lt. Coburn Badgley Snook, who was born on 2-21-1919, married Aubrey Snook, served in the AAC during WWII, and died in an airplane crash on 3-22-1943, while undergoing training in TX, and Carlton V. Snook, who was born about 1922, served in Dutch New Guinea in WWII, wed Lulu Kathryn Svendsen, graduated from Syracuse University in 1951, co-owned and operated the family pond and restaurant, and lives at 4965 Highbridge Rd.   

Cortland C. Snook and Marion Grace Rowley Snook lived on High Bridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Snook was born on 1-28-1908, and grew up in the hamlet of Highbridge.  He worked at the Precision Castings Co., was an ice dealer, and later co-owned and operated Snook's Pond--a club and restaurant.  Mrs. Snook was born on 2-16-1909, in Fabius, NY, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1927.  She worked briefly as a librarian in theSkaneateles schools after her graduation, and the couple married on 10-12-1935.  Mr. Snook died on 5-24-1983, and Mrs. Snook died on 3-20-1991.  They had:  Nancy Jane Snook Osborne Gardiner Mason, who resided in North Syracuse, Patricia Snook, who married Martin P. Andrews, and lived in Fayetteville, and James E. Snook, who wed Joan Ziemba, and lived in Weedsport, NY. 

Edgar White Snook lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  He was born 10-4-1872, and was the son of Clinton and Helen White Snook, (see the listing below for Susie Williams Snook).  As a young man, Mr. Snook boarded in Belvidere, IL, and worked in a sewing machine factory.  He soon returned to CNY and worked as a farmer.  Mr. Snook was an active member of the Masonic order and the IOOF, and enjoyed trap-shooting.  He died on 9-4-1957.   

Ella May Agan Snook resided at 307 Spring St. by 1927.  Mrs. Snook was born in June, 1878, and was the widow of 
William Wallace Snook, whom she wed on 11-22-1905.  Mr. Snook was born on 11-2-1876, and grew up in the hamlet of High Bridge.  (See the listing for Susie W. Snook.)  He worked as a foreman in the stock department of the Smith & Corona Typewriter Co., and died on 4-8-1930.  Mrs. Snook lived for a period in Binghamton, NY, but in 1957, she moved to San Jose, CA, and lived with her neice, Mrs. Howard Barney, and her family.  She died near San Jose on 3-17-1964. 

Judson A. Snook and Harriett A. Smith "Hattie" Snook, lived on Highbridge Rd. following their marriage in 1901.  Mr. Snook was born 7-26-1869, in Manlius, and was the son of Clinton and Helen White Snook, (see the listing for Susie Snook).   Mr. Smith died on 11-28-1948.  Mrs. Snook was born in 1867, and was a life resident of the Fayetteville area.  She died at a local nursing home on 5-30-1962, at age 95.  They had:  Lt. Edwin Stanley Snook, who was born on 3-2-1909, was a member of the US Army Reserves and an electrician, and died of a heart ailment on 8-13-1937, at age 28.

Susie C. Williams Snook lived on McLennan Dr. by 1934.  Mrs. Snook was born in 1865, and married Clinton Snook about 1927.  Mr. Snook was born at High Bridge on 7-11-1851, and was the grandson of John Snook--one of the first settlers of Onondaga County.  His father, Clark Snook, was a barge captain who plied the Erie Canal and operated a mill in Syracuse.  Mr. Snook, himself, was very prominent in farming, milling, and commercial activities.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Snook had been married previously.  Mrs. Snook was first wed about 1904, and Mr. Snook was married first to Helen G. White about 1868.  Mr. Snook and Helen White Snook had three sons.  Helen Snook was born in November, 1848, and died on 9-20-1920.  Until the mid-1920's, Mr. Snook operated two large farms on Highbridge Rd.  Upon his retirement then he sold one plot to Harry L. Bill, and the other farm to Arthur Chase.  Mr. Snook was also an investor, owning stock in Continental Can and other corporations. He died on 1-6-1936.  About 1945, Susie Snook moved to 231 Ambergate Rd. in DeWitt and died in a Syracuse nursing home on 1-15-1952.  Clinton and Helen Snook had:  Judson A. Snook, (see his listing above), Edgar W. Snook, (see his listing), and William Wallace Snook, (see the listing for his widow, Ella A. Snook).  Mr. Snook accumulated an estate of about a quarter of a million dollars--a very large sum in the Depression era.  His will provided that the great bulk of these funds were to be shared equally by his two surviving sons, Judson and Edgar Snook.

Charles R. Snyder and A. Marie Smith Snyder lived at 210 Lincoln St. by 1927, and at 402 Chapel St. by 1942.  Mr. Snyder was born in 1883, and was a woodworker and shipping clerk at the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mrs. Snyder was born in 1889.  Mr. Snyder died on 1-29-1953, and Mrs. Snyder died on 4-27-1959.  They had:  Kathryn Ann Snyder, who was born about 1919, wed Floyd Winans, and lived in Kirkville, Charles Richard Snyder, who served in the USN during WWII, married Mary Lou Kenyon on 7-8-1950, studied engineering at the University of New Mexico, and lived in Utica, and Mary F. Snyder, who was a secretary at the Mutual Life Insurance Co., married Leonard Roberts, and lived in Wantagh, N.Y

William C. Snyder and Emma Valentine Snyder lived on North Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Snyder was born about 1890, and was the tool room superintendent at the Smith & Corona Typewriter Co.  Mrs. Snyder was born about 1893, in Herkimer, NY, and came to the Syracuse area as a child.  The couple resided in East Syracuse at her death on 4-5-1975, and at his death on 4-6-1981, at age 90.

Ralph Frederick Sortor and Carolyn Naomi Bishop Sortor lived at 209 Huntleigh Dr. by 1942, and at 719 Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1957.  Mr. Sortor, was born on 11-13-1898, and grew up in KS.  He was the manager of the General Exchange  Insurance Corp., and later owned Industrial Fabricating Corp.  Mrs. Sortor was born in KS on 7-13-1898, and the couple wed in Ft. Scott, KS, on 9-23-1923.  Mrs. Sortor died on 3-6-1980, while residing in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.  Mr. Sortor resided in Jacksonville, FL, before his death in WI on 6-13-1985.  They had:  Dr. Ralph Sortor, Jr., who was born in Kansas City, KS, on 4-4-1926, wed Shirley Anne Munford, graduated from Harvard University in 1949, and received his MD from McGill, practiced in Milwaukee, and lived in Hales Corners, WI, at his death on 7-4-2006.

Robert Gere Soule, Jr., and Mary Elizabeth French Soule lived on East Franklin St. by 1942.  Mr. Soule was born on 2-13-1916, and grew up on James St. in Syracuse and in Scarsdale, NY, as a member of one of Syracuse's most prominent families.   Mr. Soule was an advertising salesman and engineer at radio station WFBL.  His father, Robert Soule, was the president of the station, having acquired part-ownership in 1932.   Mr. Soule resided in Scottsdale, AZ, at his death on 7-7-1989.  They had:  Linda Soule, Robert Soule III, and Jonathan F. Soule.  

Alva Carlye Spencer and Edith McLennan Spencer lived at 508 South Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Spencer was born on 10-22-1886.  He was the son of the owner of the Spencer Clothing Co. in Syracuse, and ran the business after his father died.  Later Mr. Spencer worked for the Precision Castings Co., and retired about 1958.  Mrs. Spencer was born in Syracuse and came to Fayetteville about 1908.  She died on 11-21-1944, at the age of 55.  Mr. Spencer later wed Sarah Briggs.  He died on 3-16-1967.  Alva and Edith Spencer had:  Carl M. Spencer, who was born on 3-9-1914, served in the US Army, married Ruth Marie Henry, graduated from Syracuse University in 1946, was an executive with the Solvay Process Co., lived at 402 Churchill Lane, moved to Hilton Head, SC, about 1982, and died on 9-9-2000, Anne Spencer, who was born on 10-2-1916, wed William Anacious Clyne, earned a master's degree at Syracuse University, was a social worker, and lived in Manlius at her death on 3-23-2008, and Marjorie M. Spencer, who married Robert Cassatt, (see their listing).

Matthew Lyle Spencer and Helen McNaughton Spencer lived at 222 Salt Springs St. by 1942.  Dr. Spencer was born near Batesville, MS, on 7-7-1981.  He earned a bachelor's and master's degree from Kentucky Wesleyan College, another master's from Northwestern University, and a doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1910.  While teaching English at Wofford College, Dr. Spencer met and married Lois Hill, from SC, on 12-22-1908.  They divorced about 1915, and  Dr. Spencer served in military intelligence with the US Army in WWI.  After the war he resumed teaching at the School of Journalism at the University of Washington.  Dr. Spencer was made dean of the school in 1926, and the next  year became the president of the University.  He resigned in 1933, and in 1934, joined Syracuse University, where he organized the school of journalism.  He retired as the journalism dean in 1951, and later moved to Clearwater, FL, where he died on 2-10-1969.  Dr. and Mrs. Spencer, who was a registered nurse, married in 1920.  They had:  Orton Flournoy Spencer, who served in the USN during WWII, became a career army officer, resided in Arlington, VA, and died on 7-26-2003, Judson Spencer, who earned an MS from Syracuse in 1952, and Helen Spencer Fritch, who was born about 1931, attended Mt. Holyoke College, and lives in Vail, CO.  Dr. Spencer and his first wife, Lois Hill, had:  Lyle Manly Spencer, who was born on 5-10-1911, graduated from the University of Washington and did graduate work at the University of Chicago, co-founded Science Research Associates which was sold to IBM in 1964, established the Spencer Foundation, and resided in Chicago at his death on 8-21-1968.

Harry R. Spereau and Frances Collins Spereau lived at 2 Churchill Lane by 1942.  Mr. Spereau was born on 8-27-1908, in Austria.  He served in WWII, and was WIA.  Mr. Spereau worked at the Forman-Genesee Garage, and later was the production manager for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Spereau, a native of Syracuse, was born on 10-25-1909, and graduated cum laude from Syracuse University.  She taught school in Syracuse for more than 40 years before her death on 7-9-1973.  Mr. Spereau then married Marie Elizabeth Heigl Elwood.  He died on 7-4-1991.  The second Mrs. Spereau was born on 2-10-1909, and was a native of Utica, NY.  She married Hugh Elwood, and was widowed in 1944.  Mrs. Elwood-Spereau taught for many years before her death 8-3-1994.  She and Mr. Elwood had:  Roger H. Elwood, who was born about 1944, and lived in Clifton Park, NY, at his death on 8-13-1978.

James Albert Spore and Eugenia Louise Wade Spore lived at 215 Huntleigh Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Spore was born on 11-24-1890, and was a native of Albany, NY.  He was a graduate of Albany Business College, and a member of the NYS Troopers, when that organization was known as the "Mounted Police."  He was stationed in Moravia, NY, when he met  Miss Wade, and they wed on 8-2-1930.  Mr. Spore later was an adjuster with the Travelers Insurance Co.   About 1944, he was transferred to the firm's San Diego office, where he became district manager.  Mrs. Spore was born on 2-20-1903, and was a native of Moravia.  She graduated from Cortland Normal School and was a teacher in Locke, NY, and later in Syracuse.  Mr. Spore died in CA in July, 1968, and Mrs. Spore died in January, 1974.  They had:  Dr. William Spore, who lived in Redondo Beach, CA, and Adrienne Spore, who was born about 1932, married Howard Pipes, is a noted swimmer, and lives in HI.  

Elizabeth L. Sprague lived at 308 East Genesee St. by 1927, and at 206 Elm St. by 1942.  Miss Sprague was born about 1905, and was a native of Syracuse.  She lived most of her life in Fayetteville.  Miss Sprague worked at the Singer Sewing Center in Syracuse, and, was also, for many years, was the owner and operator of the Old Stone Wall Antique Shop in Fayetteville.  She attended Syracuse University.  Miss Sprague died at the James Square Health Rehabilitation
Center in Syracuse on 4-4-1988.

Catherine P. Stack lived at 412 Orchard St. by 1942.  Miss Stack was born on 4-3-1911, and was a fifth-grade teacher in Fayetteville for many years.  She also authored several mathematics texts.  Miss Stack resided at 204 Durston Ave. in Syracuse at her death on 8-9-1990.

Katherine Kessler Stanier lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mrs. Stanier was born about 1895, and was a native of Brandt, PA.  She came to Fayetteville about 1922, and was a noted amateur artist.  She wed a Mr. Stanier about 1920, and they were divorced before 1930.  Mrs. Stanier wed Wilbur R. McCaslin by 1948, and lived at 306 Collin Ave. by 1951, and at 303 Mott Rd. by 1960.  Mrs. Stanier-McCaslin died on 3-11-1978.  She had:  Henry Kessler Stanier, who was born on 2-14-1922, served three years in the Army infantry in the ETO during WWII, married Frances Louise Trinder about 1946 and Suzie Stanier, went to Bradley University, was parts manager at the Leon Carpenter Chrysler dealership and later was an accountant for General Electric, and lived in Samson, AL, at his death on 10-13-2001.  

Edmund S. Stanton and Eunice Stark Stanton lived on East Genesee St. by 1942, and at their farm, Random Acres, on Brickyard Falls Rd. in Manlius by 1947.  Mr. Stanton was a machine operator, and later a contractor.  They wed on 11-24-1937, and Mr. Stanton died on 1-16-1951.  Mrs. Stanton was born about 1906, and was a native of Higginsville, NY.  She was office manager for the Dey Brother's department store.  Mrs. Stanton moved to Mechanicsburg, PA, and wed Richard Nordquest on 5-26-1961.  She lived there for about 30 years before returing to Manlius about 1984.  She died on 4-20-1987.  Mrs. Stanton was married earlier and had:  Robert S. Henderson, who was born in June,1930, attended Hartwick College, and lived in Manlus,  Gerald S. Henderson, who was a carpentry contractor, served during the Korean conflict, married Nancy Webster, lived in Peterboro, NY, and died on 5-10-1999, and William Henderson.

Joseph C. Stanton and Johanna B. Henneberry Stanton lived at 112 North Burdick St. by 1927, at 105 Pratts Lane by 1942, and at 206 LaFayette Lane by 1972.  Mr. Stanton was born on 5-7-1905, and was a life resident of Fayetteville.  He spent 63 years as the owner and operator of  Stanton's Market--a grocery store.  Mrs. Stanton was born in 1904, and was a native of Pompey, NY.  She came to Fayetteville about 1924 and lived there at her death on 12-22-1972.  Mr. Stanton died on 7-19-1989.  They had:  Joseph E. Stanton, who was born on 4-15-1927, attended Syracuse University, served in the USN during WWII, clerked at the family store, and died on 3-20-2005, Patrick J. Stanton, who was born on 4-11-1932, served in the USAF in the Korean conflict, worked at the family grocery, and died on 7-4-1992, James M. Stanton, Sr., who was born on 5-17-1934, graduated from LeMoyne College, married Lorraine Stanton, ran Stanton's Restaurant and Pub in Fremont, and died on 5-9-1998, and Elizabeth Stanton, who was born about 1930, worked for the Surety Co., married Edward B. Teske, and lives in Kirkville. 

Charles W. Staple and Margaretha Thomann Scott Staple lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, having lived previously on Montgomery Rd. in Lyndon.  Mr. Staple was born about 1872, and the couple wed on 2-27-1917.  He was a plumber. Their home on Woodchuck Hill Rd.was completely destroyed by fire on 1-9-1945, and subsequently the couple lived in DeWitt and then moved to a home north of Syracuse.  Mrs. Staple, who was born about 1870, wed Fred Scott about 1889.  He was a factory woodworker and they lived in Manlius.  Mrs. Staple resided in Constantia, and Bernherds Bay, NY, before her death on 1-12-1959. It is thought that Mr. Staple died about 1955.  Mr. and Mrs. Scott had:  Fred Scott, who was born about 1889, Sabra Matthews, who was born about 1891, and lived in Stockton, CA,, and Charles Staple, who was born about 1892, and also lived in CA.  

Charles B. Stark and Leah Stevens Stark lived on Manlius Center Rd. by 1942, at 108 Green St. by 1945, and moved to Brickyard falls Rd. in Manlius about 1946.  Mr. Stark was born on 1-28-1901, and was a native of Higginsville, NY.  He was a carpenter for the Solvay Process Co., and was active with the BSA for more than 40 years.  Mrs. Stark was born on 8-9-1908, and the couple wed in 1926.  She was a statistician at Dey Brother's store.  Mr. Stark died on 7-6-1973.  Mrs.  Stark moved to LI to be with her daughter, and died there on 11-4-2004, at age 94.  They had:  Charles Stark, Jr., who was born about 1927, served in the Army during WWII, married Norma Stark, operated an auto repair service in Manlius, and later resided in Costa Mesa, CA, and Mary C. Stark, who married Allan W. Van Nostrand, Jr., was a noted bridge player, and lived in Brightwaters, LI, NY.      

Mary Parmalee Stark lived at 204 East Genesee St. by 1942, on Pleasant St. in Manlius by 1948, and on Brickyard Falls Rd. in Manlius by 1951.  Mrs. Stark, a native of Higginsville, NY, was born on 11-15-1874, and was the widow of Henry Sabin Stark, whom she wed about 1898.  The family lived in Oneida and Mr. Stark was a foreman at the Dodge Steel Pulley Corp.  He was born on 3-8-1876, and it is believed that he died about  1935.  Mrs. Stark died on 2-3-1955.  They had:  Dorothy Stark, who was born about 1899, was an executive secretary, wed Charles Farley and Harry E. Stafford, and lived in Sebastien, FL, at her death in January, 1971, Charles B. Stark, (see his listing above), Ralph Henry Stark, who was born about 1901, worked for a drug store in Oneida, and later lived in Akron, NY, and Eunice Stark Stanton Nordquest, (see the listing for Edmund and Eunice Stanton), 

William St. Denny and Mabel St. Denny lived on Washington Blvd. by 1942, and moved to Warners, NY, by 1956.   Mr. St. Denny was a die sinker for the Globe Malleable Co.  Mrs. St. Denny was born on 12-17-1893.  She later wed William VanZill, and lived in Pinellas Park, FL.  Mr. VanZill died on 3-1-1968, and Mrs. St. Denny-VanZill died on 10-7-1980.  Mr. St. Denny had:  Raymond D. St. Denny, who was born on 3-8-1919, married Florence Olive Kelly about 1940, and lived in Bradenton, FL, at his death on 1-6-1990, Hazel St. Denny Rounds, who wed Michael Yesul, and lived in Pinellas Park before her death on 12-30-1986, Thelma St. Denny, who was born about 1915 in Ogdensburg, NY, married Donald J. Gorham, was a school secretary, resided in Elbridge, NY, and died on 8-8-2000, and L. George St. Denny, who was a supervisor at General Electric, lived in Pinellas Park, and died on 7-2-1983.

Glenn W. Stearns and Rae Palmer Stearns lived on High Bridge St. by 1942, and later lived at 104 Kennedy St.  Mr. Stearns was born about 1912, and was a mechanic for the Hale Pontiac Co.  Later he was an adjustor and insurance broker for various companies.  Mr. Stearns was very active in the Masons and the OES.  He died on 9-25-1988.  Mrs. Stearns was born about 1917, and the couple wed in 1934.  She died on 8-26-2002.  They had:  Glenn D. Stearns, who was born about 1935, wed Elizabeth R. Stearns, lived in Greenbelt, MD, and died on 11-20-1996, and Patricia Stearns, who was born on 4-25-1939, married Richard Stoeckel and lives in Fayetteville. 

Daniel Steinbach lived at 106 Warren St. by 1942, and North Manlius St. by 1960.  Mr. Steinbach was born about 1889, and was a native of Ohio.  He came to Fenner, NY, about 1913, and to Fayetteville about 1920, and was a papermaker for the McIntyre Paper Co.  Mr. Steinbach  married Alvina Reusser about 1907.  Mrs. Steinbach was born about 1886, in Switzerland.  She died on 5-14-1938, and Mr. Steinbach died on 9-3-1974.  They had:  John Steinbach, who was born about 1903, Harold Steinbach, was born about 1910, and lived in Fayetteville, Helen E. Steinbach, who was born on 12-9-1912, wed George Ptak, worked at Crouse Hospital, and resided in Syracuse at her death on 2-18-2000, Marie Steinbach Forsythe, who was born about 1914, and lives in Weyland, NY, Daisy Steinbach, who was born about 1916, married Lawrence Bartlett, and lives in South Burlington, VT, and Eloise Isabelle Steinbach, who wed John Derrick Schad, worked as a medical receptionist, and resided in Syracuse at her death on 11-8-2001.  The obituaries for Mr. and Mrs. Steinbach refer to three step-children:  Leona H. Hartin, who was born 3-6-1905, was a native of Cleveland, OH, lived most of her life in the Eastwood section of Syracuse, and died on 5-1-1991, Nellie Wallich, who resided in Dundee, OH, and Charles Brandt, who lived in Camillus.

Joseph C. Steinberger and Betty Lewis Steinberger lived in Manlius Center by 1942.  Mr. Steinberger was born on 3-30-1921, in Germany, and came to America as a small child.  He was a barber in East Syracuse and Baldwinsville, NY.  Mr. Steinberger lived in Liverpool at his death on 12-19-1976.  Mrs. Steinberger was born in Syracuse on 9-5-1923, and was a life resident of the area.  She retired after 10 years with the Jones-Macintosh Distributors Co. and lived in Cicero, NY, at her death on 4-10-1997.  They had:  Lee F. Steinberger, who lived in Liverpool, NY, Jo Ann Steinberger, who wed Walter Banach, and lived in North Syracuse, Penny Hampshire Winfield McLaughlin, who lived in Bainbridge Island, WA, Donna Steinberger Davis, who lived in Erie, PA, who was born about 1943, and lived in Baldwinsville, and Janice Steinberger, who lived in Tampa, FL.    

Howard B. Stevens lived at the Fayetteville Inn by 1942, and brought his bride, Elizabeth Yard, there following their wedding on 12-10-1943.  They later lived at 500 Walnut St., 119 Fairfield St. by 1960, and at 21 Edgewood Pkwy. by 1972.  Mr. Stevens was born on 11-20-1910, and was the general manager of the Onondaga Tool and Salvage Co.  Mr. Stevens' brother, Richard Stevens, was also an owner of the Tool Co., (see his listing below).  Mrs. Stevens was born in Omaha, NE, on 12-6-1924, and was a bookkeeper for the Tool Co.  She died in FL on 4-1-1976, and Mr. Stevens wed Luline Susan Holton on 8-9-1977.  She operated the Leisure Lake Mobile Home Resort in Tarpon Springs, FL, and they spent summers in Fayetteville and winters in FL. until they divorced on 8-28-1979.  Mr. Stevens then wed Irene Emma Cook Bunna on 5-1-1982.  Mr. Stevens died on 7-6-1996.  H. B. and Elizabeth Stevens had:  Jacqueline Stevens Henry, who resided in Manlius, and Kathleen Stevens Flannery, who lived in East Syracuse.

Richard P. Stevens and Helen E. Steiger Stevens lived at 204 Redfield Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Stevens was born on 7-16-1904, and was the president of the Onondaga Tool and Salvage Corp.--a business that he co-founded in 1935, and moved from Syracuse to South Mill St. in 1941.  Mrs. Stevens died on 4-27-1957, and Mr. Stevens later wed Margaret Stubbs, and they moved to FL in 1971.  Margaret Stevens died in Tarpon Springs on 1-10-1981, and Mr. Stevens died there on 12-17-1987.  R. P. and Helen Stevens had:  Willard S. Stevens, who was born about 1926, married Nelda J. Stevens, worked for the family tool business, and died in FL on 11-15-1972.  From a previous marriage, Margaret Stevens had:  Margaret Cunningham, who lived in Fayetteville.  

William Michael Stevenson and Geraldine Sharon Stevenson lived in Fayetteville following their wedding on 10-25-1933, at 214 Salt Springs St. by 1938, and moved away by 1948.  Mr. Stevenson was born in England about 1905, and  joined the NYS Troopers about 1923.  He was stationed at West Winfield, Aurelius, Oneida, and in other villages in upstate and CNY.  Mrs. Stevenson was born on 8-11-1907, in Norfolk, NY, and grew up in Oswego County.  Before her wedding she lived in Fayetteville, where she worked as a secretary to Eldon Zinsmeister, president of the Fayetteville Commercial Bank.  (See the listing above for Mildred Sharon.)  Mrs. Stevenson lived in Boca Raton, FL, when she died on 4-22-2004, at age 96.  They had:  Peter Bruce Stevenson, Sr., who was born in February, 1940, and lives in Delray Beach, FL.

George Steward lived on the Dunwoodie Farm on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Steward was a stableman.  It is likely that this subject was the same person as George Freeman Steward, who was born on 6-5-1899, and was a native of Solvay, NY.  Mr. Steward was an African-American who at one time was a chauffeur for the Kuth family, but retired from the NYC railroad and lived in the Toomey-Abbott Towers in Syracuse before his death on 6-15-1988.

Neil Stewart and Beulah Stewart lived at 107 Center St. by 1942.  Mr. Stewart was born in Canada about 1902, and came to the United States as a child.  He was a shipping clerk for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Steward also led an orchestra that appeared in venues ranging from Suburban Park in Manlius to the World's Fair in NYC.   Mrs. Stewart was born about  1902 in PA, and the couple wed about 1926.  They had two sons.

Leopold Stickley and Louise Marie Bowman Stickley lived at 308 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Stickley was born in Osceola, WI, on 6-14-1871.  When he was a child his family moved to Harmony, PA.  Mr. Stickley, and his brother Gustav Stickley, came to Syracuse about 1895.  He worked in his brother's furniture factory on Burnet Ave. for a few years before beginning the Stickley Furniture Co. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Stickley manufactured the famous Mission and Cherry Valley lines of furniture until his death on 11-1-1957.  The family continued the business until 1974 when it was sold to Alfred Audi.  Mr. Stickley was married previously to Laura Virginia Burdick, in about 1896, and they had three children.  She was born in November, 1873, in Paterson, NJ, and died in 1930.  About 1935, Mr. Stickley wed Louise Bowman, who was born on 8-7-1895, and was a native of Stillwater, MN.  Mrs. Stickley's mother, Marie Amelia Ahl Bowman, the widow of George M. Bowman, lived with the couple by 1942.  Mrs. Bowman was born in Stillwater, and died on 5-17-1955.  Mrs. Stickley died on 5-7-1981.  Leopold and Laura Stickley had:  Winslow Burdick Stickley, who was born on 9-27-1898 in Binghamton, NY, graduated from Yale in 1923, wed Katherine Denison, worked in the family business, lived at 519 East Genesee St., and died on 11-13-1935, Margery Lee Stickley, who was born on 12-16-1899, married Robert Russell Porter, Sr., lived at 117 Center St., and died on 6-24-1970, and Grace Aliene Stickley, who was born on 2-19-1901, graduated from Wells College and the American Academy of Dramatic Art, sold furniture for the E. W. Edwards & Son store, and lived at 214 Greenwood Place in Syracuse at her death on 1-27-1952.

Clarence E. Stillman and Ethel Wildman Stillman lived at 207 Clinton St. by 1933, on Mill St. by 1937, and at 301 South Manlius St. by 1942.  Mr. Stillman was a foreman at the Precision Castings Co.  The couple moved to Cocoa, FL about 1957.  They had:  Robert C. Stillman, who served in the USAF, and lived in Grand Rapids, MI, and William Stillman, who was born in November, 1941.     

Jerome Edward Stoddard and Lucille Mary Wilson Stoddard lived in Minoa by 1928, and in Fayetteville by 1932.  Mr. Stoddard was born in 1905 in Groton, NY.  He was a carpenter for the Johns-Manville Co., and later was the business
agent for Carpenters Local 12, and was a union officer for 20 years.  Mrs. Stoddard was born in CO about 1907, and the couple wed about 1926.  She was an inspector at the Rollway Bearing Co. for 28 years.  Both Stoddards were very active in the Midler Ave. Wesleyan Church in Syracuse for 15 years.  Mr. Stoddard died 4-21-1969, and Mrs. Stoddard died on 2-15-1979.  They had:  Beverly Stoddard Marziale, who was born in 1928, and resided in Jamesville, Marilyn Lucille Stoddard, who was born in 1932, married William Robert Whitehead on 6-20-1953, and lived in Toms River, NJ, at her death on 8-26-1991, Carol Stoddard, who was born on 6-23-1936, wed Alfred H. Taylor, lived in Green River, WY, and died on 11-19-2003, Robert J. Stoddard, who married Joan Lee Lewis on 5-11-1954, and resided in Parish, NY, and Allan W. Stoddard, who lived inSouth Onondaga.

Frederick M. Straub and Genevieve Chambers Straub resided on East Genesee St. by 1942, and at 112 1/2 Center St. by 1944.  Mr. Straub was born in PA about 1889, and was a carpenter.   Mrs. Straub was born in Binghamton, NY, on 5-2-1890, and the couple wed about 1912.  Mr. Straub died on 7-14-1945, and Mrs. Straub died on 12-6-1979.  They had:  Ens. Raymond Edwin Straub, who was born about 1922, died on 8-12-1944 in a plane crash near the Deland, FL naval air field where he was in pilot training, Eleanor Straub, who was born in Vestal, NY, about 1913, was a stenographer for the USF & G Co., married Edward A. Hillenbrand about 1944, and died on 4-26-1999, and Alfred M. Straub, who was born on 3-18-1920, served in the USN during WWII, worked for the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Co., and resided in Syracuse at his death on 8-19-1996.    

F. Henry Straub and Katherine Lynch Straub lived at 317 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Straub was born in Whiteport, NY, in 1872.  He grew up in Minoa and East Syracuse, and came to Fayetteville on 6-16-1893, to open a barber shop which he operated for 43 years.  After retiring in 1936, Mr. Straub worked for the Precision Castings Co.  He was active in political and civic affairs, including 15 years as the head of the FVFD.   Mr. Straub died on 2-13-1945.  Mrs. Straub was born in 1873, and the couple wed about 1894.  She was a life resident of the Fayetteville area, and died on 2-26-1958.  They had:  Arlene Straub, who wed James Manton, (see the listing for Arlene Manton), and John H. Straub, who was born about 1897, worked as a salesman, and lived in Winter Park, FL.  (See the listing below for Mrs. Straub's sister, Ellen Lynch Templeton.)       

Roger Wilcox Strickland and Leila Frances Augur Strickland lived at 416 Brooklea Dr. by 1939, having lived earlier on Cornwall Dr. in DeWitt.  Mr. Strickland was born in Grand Rapids, MI, on 8-13-1904, and grew up there and in Battle Creek.  He worked for the U.S. Hoffman Machinery Co. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Strickland was born in ILon 4-1-1904, and the couple married on 9-22-1925.  At some point they divorced and Mrs. Strickland wed Harold Austin Tubby on 8-29-1961.  Mr. Tubby was born 6-22-1886, and died on 12-10-1974.   Mr. Strickland died on 11-27-1976, while residing in Winter Haven, FL.  Mrs. Strickland-Tubby died in FL on 9-10-1990.  Mr. and Mrs. Strickland had:  Roger W. Strickland, Jr., who was born in October, 1926, and married Charlotte Jean Pratt on 1-24-1948, and James Leverett Strickland, who was born in August, 1936, and wed Bernice Eleanor Ambelang on 6-3-1956.

Lloyd G. Strombeck and Helen Cotter Strombeck lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942, and moved away by 1948.  Mr. Strombeck was born on 10-26-1906, and was the 4-H Club agent for Onondaga County.  He also started several agricultural and home economics programs for young people in locations throughout CNY, and the family lived in Salamanca and other upstate towns.  The couple resided in Owego when Mr. Strombeck died on 11-26-1998, at age 92.  Mrs. Strombeck was born on 3-7-1913, and the couple married in December, 1940.  She died on 9-28-2003, at age 90.  They had:  Paul Strombeck, who resides in Kingston, NY, and Katherine Strombeck Priem, who lives in Sausalito, CA. 

Frederick W. Strong and Ellen Crowley Strong lived at 106 Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Strong was born in 1871, and was a native and life resident of Fayetteville.  He lived with his mother, Mary Elizabeth Strong, on Highbridge St. before his marriage, and worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Ellen Strong was born in 1871, and the couple married about 1935--when both were in their sixties.  Mr. Strong died on 4-18-1946.  Mrs. Strong moved to 502 Warren St. by 1951, and died on 2-25-1952.   

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