What follows is a registry of residents of Lyndon, NY, in the WWII era---roughly from 1940 to 1960.   Click here to view the introductory page which explains the scope and limitations of this registry
RESIDENTS OF LYNDON, NY, CIRCA 1950----part three of four
This page covers surnames from L to R           Click here to view A-E               F to K                S to Z
Gerald F. LaBarge and Margaret Lynch LaBarge lived at 304 Edwards Dr. by 1953.  Mr. LaBarge was a native of Massena, NY, and was the president of LaBarge Brothers, Inc., a pipeline contracting firm which he and his brother, Orville J. LaBarge, founded in 1947.  The family was living in Manlius on 2-1-1970, when Mr. LaBarge died.  Their children:  Linda LaBarge, who wed Robert B. Talbert, David LaBarge, Patricia LaBarge, Thomas LaBarge, Robert LaBarge, and Jeffrey LaBarge.

John G. Labedz and Elizabeth Labedz lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1955, and later moved to Dutch Hill Rd. in Knollwood.  He was born 12-19-1907, and was production manager for the Western Electric Co.  Mr. and Mrs. Labedz later lived in Las Vegas, and were living there at his death in January, 1984.  Mrs. Labedz resides now in  Kauai, HI.  They had:  Gordon Labedz, who graduated from Colgate University in 1968, married Diana Mann, became a physician and an environmental activist, and lives in Kauai.

Horace J. "Speed" LaDouceur and Phyllis Wilcox LaDouceur lived on Maple Dr. by 1945, having resided previously on Center St. in Fayetteville.  Mr. LaDouceur was born in Ottawa, Canada, about 1911.  He was a metallurgist at the Sanderson Co., and later worked for the Loblaw grocery chain.  Mrs. Ladouceur was a native of Fayetteville, and was born about 1908.  She retired from Agway in 1976.  The couple lived about 20 years at 102 Paton Ave. in Fremont, and by Mr. LaDouceur's death on 7-6-1972, they lived at 121 LaFayette Rd. in Syracuse.  Mrs. LaDouceur moved to North Syracuse about 1974, and lied there at her death on 7-22-1990.  They had:  Peter Alex LaDouceur, who was born about 1947, went to the Kendall School of Design and received an art degree from Onondaga Community College, married Alice Mary Wolf about 1972, and lived in Elbridge, NY, and Philip LaDouceur, who was born in November, 1950, wed Gertrude Miller on 8-11-1984, and lived in Chapel Hill, NC.

Roland L. Lamphier and Isabel Potter Lamphier lived at 25 Lyndon Rd. by 1960.  He was born 11-2-1905, and died in August, 1984.  From 1950 to 1955, they operated a hotel in Ithaca, and later they were antique dealers.  Mrs. Lamphier was born on 2-25-1906, and died on 7-15-1991.  Her parents also lived in Lyndon, (see the Potter entry below).

Stanford Landell, Sr., and Elizabeth U. Landell lived at 65 Ely Dr. by 1955.  He was an engineer with the Brown-Lipe-Chapin division of General Motors, and later was a senior executive.  The couple moved to Bloomfield Hills, MI, in February, 1962.  Mr. Landell retired from GM there in 1966, after 30 years of service.  Following retirement, the couple moved to Downingtown, PA, where Mr. Landell died in April, 1982, at the age of 75, and Mrs. Landell died on 12-30-1992, at 86.  They had a son, Stanford Landell, Jr., who was born in 1-7-1938, served in the USAF, wed Linda Joslin of Bossier City, LA, in 1967, and died in NJ, on 7-4-2004.

Francis K. Landers and Frances Lengan Landers lived on Maple Dr., by 1948, and about 1953 the family moved to 167 Robineau Rd. in Syracuse.  Mr. Landers was born on 4-20-1891, and the couple married about 1924.  He was the secretary-treasurer of the W. H. Landers Co., a stove manufacturer.  Mr. Landers died on 2-9-1968, while residing in Syracuse.  Mrs. Landers was born 12-5-1898, and was a life resident of the Syracuse area.  She died on 9-8-1974.  Their children:  William H. Landers, who was born about 1925, and worked in the family business, and Polly L. Landers, who was born about 1928, wed Robert Trea, and resided in Harrisburg, PA.

Elwyn W. "Ock" Lanning and Barbara Smith Lanning became the owner-operators of the Lyndon Trailer Park in the late 1950's.  Mr. Lanning also worked for the Carrier Corp., retiring in 1972, and Mrs. Lanning was a teacher in Liverpool.  Mrs. Lanning was born in Walloston, MA, but moved to Liverpool in 1916, and lived most of her life there.  Mr. Lanning died on 11-4-1985.  Mrs. Lanning then married Howard H. Hurst, Sr., and died on 2-9-2005.  Mr. and Mrs. Lanning had:  Stuart W. Lanning, who earned a master's in music from Syracuse University in 1965, and is a professional musician in Manvel, TX, and Jean Lanning, who wed Paul Lewis, and lives in South Salem, NY.

Aldie E. LaPointe and KAlyce (sic) "Alice" Collins LaPointe lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by the late 1940's.  Mr. LaPointe was a native of the Province of Quebec, Canada.  He worked for the D. W. Winkelman Co. as a bulldozer operator and repair shop foreman.  Mr. LaPointe retired in 1978 after more than 30 years with the company.  After residing in the Park, the family moved to East Syracuse, Southwood, and, in the early 1950's, to Warners, NY.  Mrs. LaPointe died on 1-19-1979, and Mr. LaPointe moved to Appalachian, NY, where he died at his daughter's home on 8-21-1990. They had:  Denis E. LaPointe, who wed Patricia Thompson and lives in Baldwinsville, Eileen LaPointe Steller, who lives in Knoxville, TN, Noel LaPointe, who is a minister of the Church of God, and an accomplished artist, and John K. LaPointe, who wed Kimberly Brownell on 7-7-1988, and lives in Warners. 

Archie A. LaPointe and Inez Peterson LaPointe lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1947.  Mr. LaPointe was a native of Norton Mills, VT.  He was the equipment superintendent for the D. W. Winkelman Co. for 35 years before his retirement in 1976.  After moving from Lyndon, the family lived at 400 Walnut St. in Fayetteville, and in Skaneateles and Auburn.  The couple divorced and Mr. LaPointe subsequently wed Lynda Miller.  Mrs. Inez LaPointe died in Fayetteville on 11-21-1973.  Mr. LaPointe died at home in Auburn on 9-8-1981.  Archie and Inez LaPointe had:  Valerie LaPointe, who married Thomas P. Kinsella, and resided in Fayetteville before her death, at age 32, on 9-16-1973, and Kristopher L. LaPointe, who wed Carla LaPointe and lives near Skaneateles.

Lillian Ruth Prescott LaSure lived at the Onondaga Country Club, during the 1950's, where she worked as a waitress.  Mrs. LaSure was born on 1-12-1906.  She married Reginald H. LaSure, a native of Gouveneur, NY, about 1927, and they separated about 1939.  Mr. LaSure worked as a retail jewelry salesman in Ashtabula, OH, a salesman for the Atlantic Services Co., and was office manager of the Allied Eastern Plywood Co. while living in Fayetteville.  Mrs. LaSure later worked at the Candlelight Shop--a gift store in DeWitt.  Mr. LaSure died at home at 205 Cleveland Blvd. in Fayetteville on 7-4-1973.  They had:  Reginald Prescott LaSure, who was born in OH on 9-19-1929, wed Laura Joan Tily, and died in Tucson, AZ,  on 2-7-1996, Peter LaSure, who lived in Elbridge, NY, and Nancy LaSure Marsello, who worked as a secretary at the Prosperity Co. in Syracuse, and lived in Manlius.

Thomas F. Laurie and Edith Sherrill Laurie lived on Maple Dr. by 1939.  He was a native of Auburn, born 5-7-1881.  Dr. Laurie was a 1907 graduate of Cornell University medical school, and was a physician with offices in the Medical Arts Building in Syracuse.  He practiced urology in Syracuse from 1917 to 1951, and also taught at the SUNY medical school.  Dr. Laurie died 8-14-1969.   Mrs. Laurie was born 8-6-1887, and died in MA, on 2-13-1988, at age 100.  They had:  Thomas S. Laurie, who lived in El Cajon, CA, and Edith S. Laurie, who was an artist with the Coe Advertising Co., wed Russell Loftus, and lived in Sudbury, MA.

Bernard J. Lawler and Irene Yeomans Lawler moved to Hobson Ave. in Lyndon in 1939, and to 306 Haddonfield Rd. in Orvilton Park, in DeWitt, in 1945.  Mr. Lawler was born on 6-23-1906, and was a graduate of the University of Buffalo school of pharmacy.  He was a druggist and operated Lawler's Drug Store at 4506 East Genesee St. in DeWitt.    Mr. Lawler died on 12-21-65, and Mrs. Lawler died at home in DeWitt on 5-28-1970.  They had:  Bernard Lawler, Jr., who was born 10-25-1940, wed Jeanne Marie Abajian, and was an attorney living in Fayetteville before his death on 7-14-1998, Martha Lawler Grevelding of Jamesville, Kathryn Lawler Lowenberg of Fayetteville, and Michael Lawler, who graduated from LeMoyne College, married Linda Sue Sherry on 6-17-1967, was a hospital administrator, and died in Durango, CO, on 9-19-88.

William B. Lawrence and Margaret Crissman Lawrence lived at 204 Maple Dr. by the mid 1950's.  He was the president of Cummins Diesel Co.  Their children:  Crissman Lawrence, who graduated from Colgate University, and was a USAF pilot and mortgage banker prior to his death in Scottsdale, AZ, on 10-5-2004,  Walter Lawrence, who was born 10-18-1943, and died in February, 1990, and Susan Lawrence.

Charles Paul Ledergerber and Miriam Beatrice Egli Ledergerber lived at 109 Dewey Ave. by 1951, and later lived in CA.  Dr. Ledergerber was born on 6-3-1922, and was a gynecologist.  He practiced in Beverly Hills.  Mrs. Ledergerber was born on 2-1-1925, and was a pianist.  She died in CA on 4-16-2004.  Dr. Ledergerber died on 4-4-2006, while residing in Santa Barbara.  They had a daughter, "Marg" Ledergerber.  

Oscar Frederick "Dutch" Legler and Hazel Chapman Legler lived at 102 Dewey Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Legler was born in Erieville, NY, on 7-29-1894, and married Catherine Irene Chapin in 1920.  They divorced before 1937.  Hazel Legler was a clerk at the DeWitt post office.  Mr. Legler worked as a chauffeur for Dr. Frank Rupp, and was a gas station attendant.  Later he became a constable and deputy sheriff.

Glen Adelbert Lening and Ella Farrance Lening lived at 72 Lyndon Rd., following their wedding in 1930. The home belonged to  Mrs. Lening's mother, Gertrude Farrance.  Mr. Lening was a superintendent at the McIntyre Paper Co. in Fayetteville, and later was a machine repairman for the Easy Washer Co.  Mrs. Lening was born 7-21-1908, grew up in Lyndon, and lived in the Fayetteville and DeWitt area all of her life.  Mrs. Lening worked 25 years for the Fayetteville-Manlius school district, retiring in 1977.  Mr. Lening, who was born about 1903, died in 1963, and Mrs. Lening died on 9-13-1996.  Their children:  Dorothy Lening Hinds, who was with the Excelsior Insurance Co., and lives in East Syracuse, and Betty Lening Hinds, who was with the Farmers and Traders Insurance Co., and lived in Kirkville, NY.

Edward Francis Leonard and Estelle Marion Wirpsa Leonard lived at 42 Ely Dr. by 1953.  The couple wed on 4-25-1946.  Mr. Leonard operated Leonard's Belvedere restaurant, at 136 E. Genesee St., in Syracuse.  They had a son, Jay Edward Leonard.

Lucius G. Leonard and Josephine Baxter Leonard lived on Marvelle Rd. by 1930.  He was born about 1876, and was involved in the real estate business.  Mrs. Leonard, was born about 1877, and was a native of Hornell, NY.  She was living at 400 W. Onondaga St. in Syracuse at her death 5-2-1951.  Mr. Leonard is believed to have died about 1960.  They had Lucius Baxter Leonard, who was born 6-2-1904, wed Alta Christine Williams  of St. Petersburg, FL, on 10-6-1934, worked as a car dealer, and died in December, 1973, and Charlotte F. Leonard, who was born 10-11-1900, wed Col. Richard E. Quaintance on 9-21-1926, and lived in NYC and NJ before her death on 3-31-1993.  

Leonard Leveen and Ada Ellen Knock Leveen lived at 106 Kittell Rd. by 1960.  He was a CPA and worked as an estate planner and insurance broker.  She was a professional singer.  They divorced and Mrs. Leveen took the name of her grandparents, and is known now as Ada Roelke.  She spent 30 years in San Diego working as a psychiatric solcial worker, and lives now in Carson City NV.  Mr. Leveen married Zayne Leveen, who was a graduate of St. Joseph's nursing school.  She died 7-20-2004, and Mr. Leveen lives now in Boca Raton, FL.  Leonard and Ada Leveen had:  Steven Leveen, who earned a doctorate in sociology at Cornell University, wed Lori Granger, owns Levenger, a catalog company specializing in upscale products for readers and writers, and lives in Delray Beach, FL, Joll Leveen Greene, of Freeport, ME, and Karen Leveen Bahnsen of Palm City, FL.

Edward C. Levernoch and Ellen Bell Levernoch lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1942, having lived before at 121 South Mill St., in Fayetteville.  Mr. Levernoch was born on 3-1-1907, and was a supervisor for the Rollway Bearing Co.  He died in January, 1970.  A native of Rochester, Mrs. Levernoch was born 5-9-1911, and lived 52 years in Fayetteville before moving to Cicero about 1981.  She died 2-9-1994.  They shared their home with Rose F. Levernoch, Mr. Levernoch's mother.  She was the widow of Jett C. Levernoch, and was born about 1874 in England.  Jett (or possibly Rojet) Levernoch was a machine operator at the Stickley factory in Fayetteville at his death on 11-25-1939, at age 63.  Edward and Ellen Bell Levernoch had a daughter, Barbara Levernoch Clark, who lives in Cicero, NY.

Spencer H. Lewis and Ursula Clark Lewis lived on South Gate Rd. by 1953, and later lived on Highbridge St. in Fayetteville, and in Boca Raton, FL.  Mr. Lewis, a native Syracusan, was born on 2-2-1897, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1921.  He was the manager of the foreign division of the Easy Washer Co.  Mrs. Lewis was born in Boston.  She graduated from the Boston Bouve School of Physical Education and taught physical education at Syracuse University during the 1920's.  Mr. Lewis died on 3-13-1976, in Boca Raton, and Mrs. Lewis died on 10-25-1984. They had:  Charles S. "Chic" Lewis, who lived in Rochester, and Joan Lewis Massey, of DeWitt.

G. Wyatt "Chief" Lighton and Gertrude Riley Lighton lived at 4 Lynacres Blvd. by 1953.  Mr. Lighton was born 8-20-1913, and was a 1935 graduate of Syracuse University.  He was the treasurer of the Lewis F. Lighton General Insurance Agency.  Mrs. Lighton was an accessories buyer for the Addis Co. before her death on 12-14-1956, at age 41.   Mr. Lighton subsequently wed Justine Lighton.  He died 3-13-1979.  The children of G. Wyatt and Gertrude Lighton:  Lynne Lighton Hanly Kemmerer, of Manlius, and Lewis W. Lighton, who died of a heart ailment on 9-12-1959, at age 10.

Charles W. Linart and Carol Brockett Linart lived at 57 Lynacres Blvd. by 1960.  Born in Schenectady, Dr.
Linart was a graduate of Union College and Albany Medical College.  During the Korean conflict, he was a medical officer in the Navy.  In Syracuse, Dr. Linart was an orthopedic surgeon, and taught at the SUNY Upstate Medical center.  He lived in the Syracuse area 19 years, before his death on 10-22-1972.  Mrs. Linart still resides in Lynacres.  They had:  Charles W. Linart, Jr., who wed Signe Gehring, and lives in the Denver area, James Bradford Linart, who married Jully Ann Harris in 1975, and lives in Walhalla, SC, David Brent Linart, who wed Leslie O. Linart, and lives in Aurora, CA, and Janice B. Linart, who was born about 1956, graduated from RIT, worked for the Carrier Co., and wed Paul F. Murphy on 10-16-1982.

George F. Lindemer and Altamae Reimers Lindemer lived at 144 Edwards Dr. by 1955, having lived at 102 York Rd. in DeWitt by 1948.  Mr. Lindemer was born in Syracuse and was a 1913 graduate of Columbia University's School of Optometry.  He was a veteran of World War I, and served in the Naval Aviation Service.  Mr. Lindemer operated the Lindemer Optical and Photographic store in Syracuse for 50 years until he retired in 1966.  Mrs. Lindemer attended the Arnold College of Physical Education, in New Haven, CT., and taught physical education in Syracuse schools for a short time.  Mrs. Lindemer died on 10-4-1970 and Mr. Lindemer died on 8-10-1985, at age 92.  They had:  Lawrence B. Lindemer, who was born in August, 1921, was elected to the Michigan state legislature, and lived in Stockbridge, MI, and George R. Lindemer, who was born in 1924, was a 1946 graduate of Cornell University, married June J. Lindemer, became the president of the Lincoln Bank, and lived in DeWitt prior to his death on 3-5-2008.

Gordon C. Lipe and Phyllis "Pinky" Burt Lipe lived at 216 Edwards Dr. by 1951, and on Brockway Lane by 1955.  He was born on 5-5-1928.  On 8-16-1929, when he was 15 months old,  Mr. Lipe's parents drowned after their speed boat hit a rock near their property in the Thousand Islands.  Mr. Lipe was a project engineer for the Omega Aircraft Corp.  He was widely known for his research and efforts in behalf of ski safety.  Mr. Lipe died on 7-15-1983, while living in Teton, WY.  Born in Syracuse, Mrs. Lipe had an interest in antiques and genealogy and was a member of the DAR.  She died on 8-23-2006, while residing in Skaneatles.  Their children:  Darryl Lipe, who was married to Mary Jane Lipe, Darcy Lipe Sisto, who married Greg Sisto, Tracy Lipe Santariello, who wed Michael Santariello, Kevin Lipe, and Clifford Lipe.

Walter O. Lipfert and Artelissa Tice Lipfert lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by about 1957.  Mr. Lipfert graduated from Syracuse University in 1953 with a master's degree in education.  That same year, he began teaching at the Skytop facility for the Jamesville-DeWitt school district.  In the fall of 1954, the new J-D high school opened and Mr. Lipfert was among the original faculty members.  Later, he returned to graduate school and earned certification as a school psychologist.  Mrs. Lipfert was employed as a technician.  At some point the couple divorced and Mrs. Lipfert was living in Groton, NY, at her death on 12-25-1988.  Mr. Lipfert married Kathleen Mulvaney Bothwell, and they reside in Auburn.  The second Mrs. Lipfert is a native of Moravia, NY, and is a pastoral minister at St. Mary's Church in Auburn.  Mr. Lipfert died on 7-2-2008.  Walter and Artelissa Lipfert had three children:  Artelissa Lipfert, Laura Lipfert, and Lawrence Lipfert.

Robert B. Littler and Harriett Littler lived at the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1948.  Mr. Littler was born on 1-17-1922, and lived on Academy St. in Manlius.  He served in WWII, and was a student at Syracuse University, graduating in 1948.  Mr. Littler died on 1-11-2008, while residing in St. Mary's, GA.

Charles H. Litty and Anne Morin Litty lived at 10 Ely Dr. by 1960.  Mr. Litty graduated from Notre Dame and took a job in Buenos Aires with the Singer Sewing Machine Co.  While there he met and married Anne Mae Morrin, who was from Omaha, NE.  Mrs. Litty was a graduate of Arnold College of Physical Education at New Haven, CT.  While in Lyndon, Mr. Litty worked at Bristol Laboratories.  The couple had moved to Daytona Beach, FL, when Mr. Litty died on 10-12-1981.  It is believed that Mrs. Litty died in FL on 7-22-1992.  They had:  Stephen Litty, Jonathan Litty, and Christine Litty.

Beryl Edward Livingston and Helen Lemira Millis Livingston lived at 7 Ely Dr. by 1953.  He was an executive with the Carrier Corp. and she was a teacher at Manlius Elementary School.  Mr. Livingston was born on 11-15-1908, and died on 3-13-1958.

Arthur F. Londrey and Mary VanDusen Londrey lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1951, and later moved to Syracuse.  Mr. Londrey served in WWI, and worked for the Lennox Furnace Co.  Mrs. Londrey worked at DeWitt Cleaners, and retired from the Carrier Corp.  The couple resided in North Syracuse when Mr. Londrey died, at age 63, on 11-15-1957.  Mrs. Londrey died on 12-26-1998, at age 93.

Francis Raymond Longway and Ruth Farrell Longway lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1951.  Mr. Longway was born on 3-8-1920, and was a maintenance worker for the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Corp.  The couple moved to CA, where they divorced in January, 1966.  Mrs. Longway, who was born about 1923, married William J. Bukovac on 1-2-1969.  Mr. Longway lived in Oakland at his death on 8-18-1994.  They had:  Kristyne Longway.  

Gerald W. Loomis and Frederica E. Loomis lived on Genesee St. by 1942.  He was born in Carthage, and was a 1934 graduate of Syracuse University.  Mr. Loomis taught briefly in Eastwood, and Mrs. Loomis worked at the Percy Hughes school in Syracuse.  Mr. Loomis later worked for the Raytheon Corp., and retired after 32 years with them.  Mr. Loomis was a ham radio operator for 58 years with the call letters W1PAD, and was an avid bridge player.  After living in Lyndon, the couple lived in Natick, MA, and moved to Hendersonville, NC, in 1978.  Mrs. Loomis died on 9-3-1990, while they resided in Hendersonville.  About 1992, Mr. Loomis moved to Laguna Hills, CA, where he resided at his death on 10-20-1993.  Their children:  John C. Loomis, of Laguna Beach, and Karen Loomis O'Brien, of Athol, MA.

James O. Lounsbury and Mary Stepneski Lounsbury lived at 223 Maple Dr. by 1953, and, later at 412 Maple Dr.  Mr. Lounsbury was born on 12-8-1913, and was the owner of the Lounsbury Construction Co. Inc., for 37 years.  He built homes in the Fayetteville, Manlius, and DeWitt areas.  A native of Elmira, Mr. Lounsbury resided in the Syracuse area most of his life.  He died 11-27-1981.  Mrs. Lounsbury, was also from Elmira, but lived in the Syracuse area from 1944 until her death on 8-8-1997, at her home in Pompey.  They had:  Marilyn J. Lounsbury, of Pompey, and Sonya Lounsbury Ramsey, of Jamesville.  

Joseph A. Luczyski and Kathleen Dunn "Kay" Luczyski lived at 107 Dewey Ave. by about 1945.  Mr. Luczyski was a native of Syracuse, and worked as a carpenter.  He retired as a custodian from the East Syracuse-Minoa school district, and died on 10-5-1992.   Mrs. Luczyski, who was born about 1921, was a semi-pro softball player, and a cook at several local schools.  She  died on 11-8-2008, in Lyndon.  Their children:  Kathleen Luczyski Yockell, who lives in Fayetteville, Daniel M. Luczyski, who married Cheryl Luczyski, and lives in Jamesville, Richard A. Luczyski, who was born about 1942, wed Cheryl Lee Klein on 7-10-1965 and Cynthia Porras in 1971, and resides in Pasadena, CA, and Joseph E. Luczyski, who worked in the insurance business, and lived in Mesa, AZ, at his death on 1-17-2009.

Edward J. Lynch and Catherine Mallary Lynch lived at 3 Lynacres Blvd. by 1960.  He was the distribution manager for the Sylvania Electric Co.  Their children:  Stephen A. Lynch, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1962, wed Susan Switz, and served as a USAF officer in Vietnam, and Karen Lynch.  

John F. Lynch and Mary Louise Harrigan Lynch lived at 32 Ely Dr. by 1951.  Mr. Lynch grew up on Syracuse's North Side.  He graduated from Christian Brothers Academy in 1930, when the Catholic school was at State and Willow streets in downtown Syracuse.  He played basketball at CBA on a team that won three championships and later became the school's youngest basketball coach at age 21.  Mr. Lynch was the manager of the commercial real estate department for the Eagan Real Estate firm, and was involved in the development of many major real estate enterprises including Shoppingtown in DeWitt.  At age 75, he started his own property management and leasing company, The John Lynch Co., which he sold in 1990.  In 1997, Mr. Lynch was inducted into the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame.  The couple had moved to Woodchuck Hill Rd. prior to Mrs. Lynch's death there on 12-4-1996.  Mrs. Lynch was a lifetime resident of the Syracuse area and was very active in civic and cultural affairs.  Mr. Lynch died 6-23-2005, while visiting his son in in Houston.  He was 94.  Their children:  John Terrence Lynch, of Houston, and Joy Lynch Yahwak, born in February, 1952, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1976, married Michael Yahwak, and resides in Saratoga Springs, NY.

William H. MacDonald and Virginia Cave MacDonald lived on Maple Dr., having moved there in 1955 from Verona, NJ.  Mr. MacDonald was born in New Jersey, and was a vice president and plant manager for the Carrier Corp.  The family lived in the Syracuse area before moving to Carteret County, NC, about 1973.   Mr. MacDonald retired as a captain in the USA.  He died in NC on 9-19-1991.  Mrs. MacDonald lived then at Pine Knoll Shores, NC. They had:  William MacDonald, III, who wed Virginia Duncan, and later, Linda Davis, and was a furniture upholsterer residing in Crescent City, FL, at his death on 4-18-2000, his twin, Jean MacDonald Miller, of Big Canoe, GA, and Garen B. MacDonald, of Dover, PA. 

Ransom G. MacKenzie and Marjorie Smith MacKenzie lived at 5181 Brockway Lane by 1960, and later moved to The Orchard in Fayetteville.  Mr. MacKenzie was born 9-1-1906, and was a 1929 graduate of Syracuse University.  He was the president at the Marine Midland Trust Co.  Mr. MacKenzie died on 4-24-1982.  Mrs. MacKenzie was a life resident of the Syracuse area.  She was an artist and active in many community affairs before her death on 11-25-1993.   

Ian K. Maclachlan and Liana Cernoiz Maclachlan lived on Brockway Lane by 1960.  He was born in Toronto, Ontario, on 12-30-1913, and was educated at Ridley College in St. Catherines, Ontario, and received a degree in medicine from the University of Toronto in 1938.  He also earned a degree in industrial medicine from the University of Cincinnati in 1950.  He then worked for two years for the America Can Co, near Chicago.  From 1953 to 1984, he was the medical director at the Carrier Corp. in Syracuse.  Liana Cernoiz, was Dr. Maclachlan's second wife.  She died in 1968.  About 1989, Dr. Maclachlan married Ula Maclachlan.  He died on 6-28-2007.  He had:  Ian "Sandy" Maclachlan, who lives in Syracuse, and Penny Maclachlan Sopinka, of Campbellville, Ontario.

William A. Mader and Jeanne Jarvis Mader lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1953.  Mr. Mader was born 2-18-1912, and was a metallurgist at the Oberdorfer Foundries.  The couple later resided at 309 Eden Roc Circle, in DeWitt, and in Rio Rancho, NM.  Mr. Mader died 9-24-1996, and Mrs. Mader, who was born 7-5-1925, died on 9-15-2000, while living in NM. Their children:  William Mader, and David Mader.    

Dorothy Malcolm lived at 219 Hobson Ave. by 1960, and later moved to Liverpool.  Mrs. Malcolm was divorced from Russell Basom Malcolm, a Syracuse police detective.  She was born 12-14-1902, and the Malcolms were married about 1925.  Mrs. Malcolm won many prizes and awards for her skill as a marksman.  She was a decorator as a young woman and later worked for the Unity Mutual Life Ins. Co. as a receptionist and switch board operator.  Mrs. Malcolm retired from Unity in 1970 after 20 years of service, and died in December, 1986. Russell Malcolm and Dorothy Malcolm had: Jane Malcolm MacDonald.  Mr. Malcolm was later married to Louise Ann Sposato, and they had:  Russell Malcolm, Jr., who lived in Syracuse, and Rebecca Malcolm Trussell, of Silver Springs, MD. 

Francis P. Maloney and Mary Moore Maloney lived at 15 Lynacres Blvd. by 1951.  Mr. Maloney was a graduate of Syracuse University and a 1931 graduate of the University's law school.  He retired in 1978 as a member and senior partner of the MacKenzie, Smith, Lewis, Michell & Hughes firm after 47 years.  Mr. Maloney was a native of Syracuse.  He and Mrs. Maloney resided in Skaneateles before moving to Whispering Pines, NC.  He died in NC on 9-26-1992.  Mrs. Maloney was born in Syracuse, and graduated from Trinity College.  She also received a master's degree from Syracuse University, and was an English and Latin teacher in Skaneateles and Syracuse.  She died on 1-31-2003. Their children:  John Tucker Maloney, of Syracuse, who died in 2000, and Mary Kathleen Maloney, who lives in Marina Del Ray, CA.

Ray C. Malvin and Alice Wetherill Malvin lived at 42 Ely Dr. by about 1953.  A native of Cleveland, WI, Mr. Malvin served in WWI and received a degree in mechanical and electrical engineering in 1921 from the Armour Institute of Technology, in Chicago.  Mrs. Malvin was a native of New York City, and was a special education teacher for 27 years in the Chicago school system.  During the period from 1942 to 1955, Mr. Malvin served as vice president and general plant manager with the Fitzgibbons Boiler Co. and as general manager of the Auburn plant of U.S. Hoffman Industries.  He retired in 1961 as vice president of Houdaille Industries.  Mr. Malvin died 1-9-1987, at age 89, and Mrs. Malvin died 6-11-1987.

Carl R. "Luigi" Mancino and Ruth Vader Mancino lived at 118 Kittell Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Mancino was born about 1911, and was a veteran of WWII.  He was the proprietor of a restaurant at 515 W. Genesee St. in Syracuse, and then operated Luigi's Italian Village at 300 Burnet Ave. for 40 years.  Mr. Mancino also owned the Acme Equipment Co.  Mrs. Mancino died in 1974, and Mr. Mancino married Helen Nevetta.  He resided at 113 Lathrop Rd. in Syracuse when he died on 1-24-1991.  Carl and Ruth Mancino had:  John C. Mancino, who lived in Fabius, Carolyn Mancino Rich, who resided in Jamesville, and Linda Mancino Gordon, of Chittenango.

Stanley F. Manister and Helen D. Manister lived at 14 Ely Dr.  They moved to Lyndon from Silver Springs, MD, about 1950.  Mr. Manister was the district manager for Hiram Walker, Inc., having joined the firm in 1946.  Mrs. Manister died in Boulder, CO, on 1-20-1998, and Mr. Manister died there on 5-16-2001, at 87.

Eldred H. Manning and Harriet Westlake Manning lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1945.  Mr. Manning was the district sales manager for the Socony Vacuum Oil Co.  He was with the company 30 years at his death on 12-11-1959.  Mrs. Manning, a native of Elmira, died 6-23-1985, in Dunedin, FL.  Their children:  Suzanne Manning, who married Charles Sprung, and lived in Chittenango before moving to Clearwater Beach, FL, and William R. Manning, who married Judith Wheeler, a classmate at Jamesville-DeWitt high school, lived in Maitland, FL, and died on 8-18-1993. 

Clyde Swann Marcellus and Eva Maude Cirtwell Marcellus lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942, and moved to Elliott St. in Syracuse by 1948.  Mr. Marcellus was born on 10-28-1882, and was a native of New London, NY.  He was a farmer and raised flowers and vegetables which were sold from a roadside stand on E. Genesee St. at its intersection with Maple Dr.  Mr. Marcellus died on 9-5-1948.  Mrs. Marcellus, a native of Mexico, NY, was born on 12-31-1892, and the couple wed about 1921.  She worked as a secretary at Central Technical high school in Syracuse.  Mrs. Marcellus wed Charles Nelson Mills on 12-26-1962.  They moved to Manlius, and lived there at her death on 1-28-1984, at age 91.  Mr. Mills, was born in Eagle Village, NY, on 6-28-1893, and died on 2-5-1986, in Fort Walton Beach, FL, at age 92.  Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus had:  Clyde D. Marcellus, who was born about 1921, was in the AAC during WWII, wed S. Elizabeth "Betty" Johnson, and Carolyn McClaran, graduated from Syracuse University in 1949, and lives in Jamesville, and Donald C. Marcellus, who was born about 1923, served in the US Army during WWII, wed Carol Marcellus, graduated from Syracuse in 1949 with a degree in engineering, worked as a draftsman, and lives in Camillus.  

David N. Mardon and Frances Rivoli Mardon lived at the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1960.  While in Lyndon he worked as a lab assistant and she was a receptionist.  Mr. Mardon earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Buffalo and, in 1968, received his doctorate from Syracuse University.  He now lives in Richmond, KY, and is a biology professor at Eastern Kentucky University.

Harry R. Margetts and Beryl Robinson Margetts lived at 10 Lynacres Blvd. by 1942.  Mr. Margetts was born 5-29-1891, and was the director of operations with the Solvay Process Co.  They moved to Santa Barbara, CA, prior to their deaths.  Mr. Margetts died in February, 1980.  Mrs. Margetts, who was born 9-25-1891, died in April, 1985.  They had:  Marina Margetts, who was born about 1934, attended Principia School and is believed to reside now in the Miami area. 

Richard W. Marsellus and Dona Clare Beesemyer Marsellus lived on Brockway Lane by the early 1950's, having lived earlier at 201 Pelham Rd. in DeWitt, and in Cazenovia.  Mr. Brockway was an executive of the Marsellus Casket Co. before moving to Newport Beach, CA, in 1953.  The family later moved to Rancho Santa Fe, CA.   Mrs. Marsellus was born on 10-27-1920, and died 3-8-2007.  They had:  Darryl W. Marsellus, who lives in Palo Cedro, CA, Derrick Marsellus, who drowned 5-2-1961, at age 16, when the ship he was on sank in the Gulf of Mexico, and Heidi Marsellus.    

Sarah A. E. Marsh, the widow of Frederick E. Marsh, lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1942, and earlier lived on Genesee St.  Mr. and Mrs. Marsh were both natives of England.  Mr. Marsh was born about 1871, and Mrs. Marsh was born about 1876.  She immigrated to America in 1894, and Mr. Marsh came five years later.  They were married about 1915.  

Mary (or possibly Marion) Marsh lived on Genesee St. by 1942, and on Dewey Ave. by 1948.  She was born about 1863, and was the widow of James Marsh.  Both were natives of England, and very likely related to Frederick and Sarah Marsh (see their listing above).  Mr. Marsh was born about 1852, and came to the US as a young man.  He and his family farmed in Marcellus, and then moved to Lyndon by 1930.  They had three sons, all of whom were born in NY:  Ernest J. Marsh, who was born about 1889, Ellis F. Marsh, who was born about 1891, and Gordon H. Marsh, who was born about 1894.

H. H. Marshall and Constance B. Marshall lived on Maple Dr. by 1942.  He was an engineer for the Carrier Corp.  They had:  Richard W. Marshall, who was an engineer for the Crane Corp., and lived in Worcester, MA, and Elizabeth B. Marshall, who was the assistant display manager at Hengerer's department store in Buffalo. 

Frederick J. Martin and Frances VanValkenburg Martin lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1951, having lived earlier at 134 Hasbrook St., in Syracuse.  He was a home builder and when the Martins left the park it was to move into a home at 100 Hunt Dr. in Fayetteville that Mr. Martin had just completed.  By 1961, they had moved to a new development just east of Fayetteville.  Mrs. Martin was born about 1912, and grew up in Syracuse.  The couple were married about 1932. They had: Sherman Frederick Martin, who was born 5-6-1933, graduated from the Academy of Aviation, wed Marilyn Margaret Tobin on 6-12-1954, was an engineer for the North American Aviation Corp., and was living in East Northport, NY, at his death on 10-12-2002, and Wayne Martin, who was born about 1945. 

Howard E. Martin and Elsie Burns Martin lived at 6 Thistlewood Lane by 1960.  He was a salesman for the Dunbar Furniture Co.  Mr. Martin retired in 1976, and the couple moved to Winchester, VA, where he died on 5-8-1980.  Their children:  Ann Martin, who wed Samuel G. Newhard in 1966, and lived in Tiffin, OH, and Donald L. Martin, who studied at Harvard University, and lived in Shaker Hts., OH.

Howard J. Martin and Eleanor Greeley Martin lived at 212 Kittell Rd. by 1960, and moved to Allendale, NJ, by 1962.  Mr. Martin was a salesman.  They had:  Susan Martin, Carol Martin, who was born about 1945, and Peter Martin.

Morris Mayers and Josephine Mayers lived at 207 Kittell Rd. by 1948.  A native of New York City, Mr. Mayers lived in the Syracuse area for 60 years.  He served in the Army in World War I.  Mr. Mayers retired in 1965 as an agent with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.  He had moved to 109 Ardsley Dr., in DeWitt, before his death on 4-3-1983.  They had a daughter who wed J. Edward Barry, and lived nearby (see their listing).

James Wallace McBride and Jayne Graham McBride lived at 19 Lynacres Blvd. about 1948.  Mr. McBride was born on 2-26-1915, and grew up in Winnipeg, Canada.  As a child he enjoyed building model airplanes.  As he grew older he designed his own wings for his model planes, one of which held a non-powered flight record for 52 years.  During World War II, he was in England where he participated in several classified projects for the Allies.  After the War, Mr. McBride spent two years teaching aeronautical engineering at Purdue University.  Then, in 1948, he joined the Carrier Corp. in Syracuse to design high-speed compressor systems.  In 1956, he moved to Cincinnati to join GE.  His ideas and theories about jet engines, and his advanced compressor designs, were instrumental in permitting the company to become a major manufacturer of jet engines.  Mrs. McBride was born 7-22-1917, and died on 3-1-1994.  Mr. McBride later married Marilyn Krehbiel McBride.  He died on 4-13-1999.  James and Jayne McBride had:  Graham McBride.  

John T. McCarty and Carol Holly McCarty lived at 509 Maple Dr. by 1960.  Mr. McCarty was born in Saginaw, MI.  He served in WWII and graduated from the University of Michigan in 1947.  He then joined the General Electric Co. in Schenectady and held various positions in public and employee relations.  In 1958, he was named manager of employee and plant community relations for the company's Syracuse operations.  During the 1960's, Mr. McCarty helped organize the NYS Conservative Party.  He left GE in 1965 to work in academic settings, but in 1977 he accepted the challenge of  founding a public affairs division of Coors Brewery in Golden, CO.  He died there on 8-25-1985.  Their children:  Thomas McCarty, Michael McCarty, Peter McCarty, and Justin McCarty, III.  

John H. McClennan and Jane D. McClennan lived on Maple Dr. by 1953.  He was an engineer for the General Electric Co., and was transferred to Boston in 1955.  It is thought that Mrs. McClennan lives now in Winchester, MA.  Their children:  Joanne McClennan, Susan McClennan, Elizabeth McClennan, and Peter McClennan.

Kenneth E. McClellan and Luella Koch McClellan lived on Genesee St. by 1948.  Mr. McClellan was born on 1-18-1902, and was the business representative for the local meat cutters' union.  The couple moved to Brewerton, NY, and Mr. McClellan was residing there when he died on 7-15-1968, while visiting relatives in Quebec, Canada.  Mrs. McClellan was born in Ontario, and died on 7-12-1976, in Brewerton.  Mr. McClellan was married previously and had a daughter who married William L. Chambers, and lived in Mentor, OH.

Frank C. McClintock and Clara Eckert McClintock lived at 103 Kittell Rd. by 1951.  Mr. McClintock was born 2-14-1900, in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, and resided in Syracuse for 55 years.  He was the doorman for the Onondaga Hotel for over 30 years at its closing.  He retired in 1970 as a time keeper for the county parks and recreation department.  Mr. McClintock died on 12-9-1982.  Mrs. McClintock was born 1-20-1901 and was a life resident of the area.  She worked for Bache & Co., a stock brokerage firm, and died on 10-30-1991.

William J. McCollough lived on a farm on Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. McCollough's family was from Camlough, Ireland.  He was employed as a horse trainer and stable manager for Lyndon Farms, and trained many thoroughbred horses that won championships in the show ring.  Mr. McCollough entered the service on 5-6-1942, and was an NCO in the Army Air Corps.

Esther B. McCormick lived on Marvelle Rd. by 1960, having lived (by 1943) at 1000 Jamesville Rd. in DeWitt.  She was the widow of John J. McCormick.  Mr. McCormick had been an executive with the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co., and died on 8-24-1953.  Mrs. McCormick was born in Chicago on 4-15-1895, and was a graduate of Ward-Belmont school in Nashville.  She was an antique dealer and interior decorator, and died in Manlius on 2-11-1982.  They had:  John B. McCormick, who was in the US Army during WWII, Diane McCormick, Mary Lou McCormick, who married James J. Kelly, on 9-3-1955, and lived in NYC, and later in Hendersonville, NC, Suzanne Alise McCormick Savage, of Fayetteville, who wed and divorced William "Jack" Schlacter, and Robert B. McCormick, who was born on 11-4-1921, served during WWII, graduated from Syracuse University's law school, practiced law in Syracuse, wed Mary Margaret Dollard on 2-22-1952, and was living in Fayetteville at his death on 2-15-1983.

James Breese McCormick and Dorothy Queen McCormick lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1942.  Mr. McCormick was born in Syracuse on 2-5-1993, and served as a lieutenant with the USA during World War I in France and earlier during the Mexican border conflict.  He was vice president and sales manager for the Corona Typewriter Co. in Syracuse.  Mrs. McCormick was a native of Boston, but moved to the Syracuse area in 1930.  Mr. McCormick died on 5-31-1974, and Mrs. McCormick died on 11-2-1999.  They had:  James McCormick, Jr., who wed Ann Metz, was vice president for product management at Smith Corona, and resided in Cortland at his death on 9-17-1997, Ann McCormick Scott, who wed Douglas A. Scott, and lives in Alexandria, VA, Susan McCormick O'Shea, who graduated from Endicott Junior College, married and divorced James O'Shea, worked for a local hospital, and lives in St. Petersburg, FL, and Dorothee McCormick, who wed Richard Grossman, and lives in East Syracuse.  

John Bernard McDonald and Helen Louise Meager McDonald lived at 34 Ely Dr. in 1950.  He was an engine dispatcher for the NYC railroad and she was a former home economics teacher in Cortland and Herkimer, NY.  She died 6-3-1983, and he died in Latham, NY, on 10-18-1984.  Their children:  John McDonald, Jr., who lived in Kinderhook, NY, Michael T. McDonald, and Kevin C. McDonald, who both lived in Loudonville, NY,  Kathleen McDonald Lorenz, who lived in Holland, and Mary Helen McDonald, born in 1947, and Theresa McDonald Joslin, born in May,1956, both living in Latham, NY.

Herbert J. McElroy and Anna Wright McElroy lived at 115 Hobson Ave. by 1948.  He was born in Nedrow on 11-7-1911.  Mr. McElroy was corporate secretary of the Bentley Settle Co., in Syracuse, and a sales representative for the Cicero Wire and Rod Co.  He was a co-founder of the Lyndon Troop 106 of the BSA.  Mrs. McElroy was born on 9-13-1908, in Syracuse, and the couple wed on 8-26-1939.  They moved to Skaneateles about 1979, and Mr. McElroy died 8-16-2000.  Mrs. McElroy lived at the Boyle Center in Auburn for eight years, and at an assisted living center in Wappingers Falls, NY, at her death on 1-24-2011, at 102.  They had:  Charles P. McElroy, who was born about 1942, married Anne Langley, and lives in Skaneateles, and James R. McElroy, who married Judith Reichard, retired from IBM after a long career in software development, and lives in Wappingers Falls, NY.

Lewis Bryant McGlohon and Mary Pendergraft McGlohon lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1955.  Mr. McGlohon was born in Ayden, NC, on 8-7-1925.  Mrs. McGlohon was from Eureka Springs, AR.  The couple was wed on 10-7-1951. He was a career USAF pilot, having joined the Army Air Corps in 1943.  After completing pilot training, he remained on active military duty for 30 years during which he flew numerous types of aircraft for more than 6,000 flying hours.  While stationed in Tampa, he attended college at night and graduated from Florida Southern College in 1963.  After retiring from the military, Mr. McGlohon worked from 1974 to 1987, as a safety inspector and consultant for the NC Department of Labor.  Mrs. McGlohon died on 7-7-2002, and Mr. McGlohon died 1-24-2007 in Greenville, NC.  The couple adopted and raised three children:  Michael Bryant McGlohon of Black Mountain, NC, Kimberly Diane McGlohon and Nancy Kathryn Corbett, both of Winterville, NC.

Robert E. McGowen and Esther Pletcher McGowen lived at 3 Clara Rd. by 1960.  Mr. McGowen was born 1-24-1925, in Nappanee, IN, and was the warehouse manager for the Mitchell Love Co.  Mr. McGowen was residing in Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY, at his death on 5-24-2001.  Their children:  Randall McGowen, Charles McGowen, who lived in Camillus, Philip McGowen, Robert McGowen, Steven McGowen, and Elizabeth McGowen Connors, who lived in Fulton, NY.   

Clark H. McKee and Marion Brautigam McKee lived at the corner of Ely Dr. and E. Genesee St. by 1960.  He was born in Smithsville, OH, in October, 1897.  He was a sales representative for Lutz & Schramm.  In 1961, the McKees moved to Eagle Bay Park, NY, and were living there when Mr. McKee died on 4-4-1979. They had two daughters:  Kathryn McKee, of Eagle Bay Park, and Susan McKee, who married George Lane of Palm Springs, CA.  From a previous marriage, Mrs. McKee had a daughter, Barbara Paul, who lived in Weirsdale, FL.

W. Gerard McKee and Mrs. McKee purchased the home at 321 Edwards Dr. in July, 1955.  He graduated from Syracuse University in 1913, and was a resident of the Syracuse area most of his life.  Mr. McKee was associated with Brown-Lipe-Chapin as a metallurgist.  He later was employed for 25 years by the Republic Steel Co.  He died on 6-2-1972.  They had a son, William G. McKee, Jr.,, of Camillus, and a daughter, Suzanne McKee of DeWitt.

Harold M. McKeegan and Mildred Jakway McKeegan lived at 5160 Brockway Lane by 1960.  They were the co-owners of the Forget Me Not Potato Chip Co. from 1935 to 1955.  Mr. McKeegan died 1-11-1976.  Mrs. McKeegan was a life resident of the Syracuse area.  She was a graduate of Syracuse University's School of Fine Arts, and sang professionally at area churches.  She died 12-25-1990.  

Harrison P. "Frank" McKenna lived at 117 Maple Dr. by 1960.  He was born 11-15-1923, in Syracuse, and served in WWII.  Mr. McKenna worked for the General Electric Co. 20 years.  He died 11-27-1998.  He lived in his parent's home, (see the entry below).

Helena Harrison McKenna lived at 117 Maple by 1960.  She was born about 1887, and was from the Cortland area, although she lived in the Syracuse area more than 70 years.  Mrs. McKenna was a 1913 graduate of St. Joseph's Hospital school of nursing and was a registered nurse.  She served in the Army Nursing Corps during WWI.  Mrs. McKenna died 4-7-1984, at age 96.  She had:  John T. McKenna, who lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1960, and worked as a soil tester for the state, and Harrison P. McKenna, who lived on Maple Dr.

Robert F. McLean and Patricia Hart Nann McLean lived at 120 Dewey Ave. by 1951.  Mr. McLean was born about 1924, and was an agent for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and worked other times as a bartender.  He was an Army veteran of World War II.  Mrs. McLean was a life resident of Syracuse, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1946.  She retired from the University in 1995, following 25 years as an administrative assistant.  Mrs. McLean died on 9-2-2005, while residing in Syracuse.  They had:  Andrew K. McLean, who died in 1998,  Anna C. McLean Jackson, of Syracuse, Patricia McLean Radford,  Robert F. McLean, Jr., of Syracuse, who married Patricia McLean, Sheron McLean Burrows, who married William Burrows, of Baldwinsville, and Casey M. McLean, who married Donna McLean, and lived in Syracuse.

Edward E. McNally and Claire McNally lived on Leverett Lane by 1942, and moved to Hunt Lane in Fayetteville in 1951.  Mr. McNally was a native of Chicago, and a naval veteran of WWI.  He was the sales manager for the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co., before retiring in 1958 after 25 years of service.  In 1951, Mr. McNally won a national championship in a skeet shooting contest.  The family moved to Sarasota, FL, where Mr. McNally died on 12-20-1964.  Mrs. McNally, a native of Minnesota, moved from FL, to San Diego, about 1970, and died there on 10-19-1980.  They had Eugenia Claire "Jean" McNally, who married Frank J. Cashier, and lived on Maple Dr. (see the Cashier entry), Joan D. McNally, who was a nurse during WWII, and lived in San Diego, and Patricia Kathryn McNally, who worked for the New York Telephone Co., married Dr. Sarsfield O'Connor, Jr., in 1950, and, later, wed Edward J. Welsh, and lived in Fayetteville.

Thomas Goldsborough Meachem and Ethel Russell Meachem lived on Edwards Dr. by 1942.  He was born 6-24-1912, and  worked in Syracuse as a salesman.  They married in her home town of Lakewood, OH, on 10-10-1934.  Mr. Meachem was the grandson of Thomas W. Meachem, of Academy Green, in Syracuse, and thus was a member of the prominent family for whom Meachem Park was named.  At some point, Mr. and Mrs. Meachem moved to Daytona Beach, FL, and were residing there at their deaths.  Mr. Meachem died on 1-9-1998, and Mrs. Meachem, who was born on 8-17-1908, died on 5-23-2004.  

William M. Meehan and Cora Jane Quinn Meehan lived at the corner of Edwards Dr. and Genesee St. by 1951.  He was a native of Buckland, MA, and came to the Syracuse area in 1923.  Mr. Meehan established the William M. Meehan and Sons Co., which was engaged in industrial sales as a manufacturer's rep.  He died 12-11-1960, and she died 6-29-1966.  They had four children:  William F. Meehan, who married Mary Jane Meehan, worked in the family business, and died 6-27-1984, Helen Meehan, who wed Edward F. Allen, and lived in Rochester, Cappy Meehan, who married Robert G. O'Hara, and lived on Merritt Island, FL, and Robert S. Meehan, who served in WWII, and lived in MA.

Harry A. Merriam and Florence Rowley Merriam lived on Genesee St. by 1920.  He was born about 1892, and was a machine operator for the New Process Gear Co.  Later Mr. Merriam operated a saw filing and lawn mower sharpening service from his home.  He died, at age 63, on 6-20-1955.  Mrs. Merriam's father, Edgar B. Rowley, who was born about 1862, lived with the family.  Mrs. Merriam was born about 1897, and was living in East Syracuse at her death on 6-7-1976.  Their children:  Howard Eugene "Gene" Merrian, who was born about 1922, was a WWII veteran, worked later as a brakeman for the DL & W railroad, and lived in East Syracuse, Edgar Merriam, who lived in North Syracuse, and Roger Merriam, who retired after 43 years with Conrail, and resided in Minoa at his death on 5-13-1999. 

Albert Bacon Merrill and Rena Wicks Merrill lived on Marvelle Rd. by 1960.  Mr. Merrill began a career in banking about 1912, and served as president and later chairman of the board of the First Trust & Deposit Co.  He also became chairman of the board of trustees at Syracuse University.  Mr. Merrill died 2-25-1960, while vacationing in AZ, and Mrs. Merrill died 8-26-1971. Their children:  Jean Merrill Hammeken, who married John Hammeken, and lived at 109 Lynbrook Circle in DeWitt until her death on 2-21-1989, and Hollis Merill Russell, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1941, married Richard W. Russell and lived in Dewittshire until her death on 7-12-2004, at age 85.  On 3-15-1956, Mrs. Russell was credited with saving the life of a five year old child who had been the subject of an extensive search in the vicinity of the Onondaga Country Club.  The missing youngster, John P. Byrne, had been lost for hours in the darkness and 10 degree cold when Mrs. Russell found him unhurt. 

Edward W. Mertz and Edna Waide Mertz lived at 9 Lynacres Blvd. by 1942, having lived earlier in TX, and then at 3417 S. Salina St., in Syracuse.  Mr. Mertz was born 6-28-1891, and worked as a mechanical engineer for the Geometric Tool Co.   Mrs. Mertz, was born in MS, on 8-2-1900, and the couple married about 1922, probably in Houston.  Mr. Mertz died in Los Angeles, on 7-14-1974, and Mrs. Mertz died there in December, 1983.  Their children:  Carol Jean Mertz Kramer, who was born in 1928, and wed Norbert Edwin Kramer on 6-25-1948, and Edward Mertz, Jr., who was born in 1926.

F. Dan Mesmer and Catherine Risley Mesmer lived at 507 Maple Dr. by 1953.  Mr. Mesmer was a life resident of the Syracuse area, and a 1926 graduate of Syracuse University.  A native of Utica, Mrs. Mesmer resided most of her life in the DeWitt area. She was a graduate of the Syracuse University School of Nursing.  Mr. Mesmer retired in 1968 as branch manager, after more than 40 years with the General Accident Insurance Co.  The family spent summers at Shelter Island, on Fourth Lake, near Old Forge, NY, after purchasing it about 1946.  Mrs. Mesmer died 9-1-1982, and Mr. Mesmer died 2-12-1990.  They had:  C. Carole Mesmer Rehkugler, who was born about 1935, taught microbiology at Cornell University, and lives in Virgil, NY, Diane M. Mesmer, who was born about 1939, graduated from Cornell, wed Dr. Frank C. Douglas in 1963, breeds Siberian Huskies, and lives in Bailey, CO, and Thomas D. Mesmer, II, who was born 1-17-1950, and lived on Shelter Island at his death on 9-30-2009.

Col. Herbert G. Messer and Ruth Mullarky Messer lived on Leverett Lane, having purchased the home from the McNally family in 1951.  The couple had lived earlier in several places including TX, and New Haven, CT.  Col. Messer was a native of Ft. Worth, TX, and was born 12-13-1895.  Mrs. Messer was from OH, and was born on 6-8-1895.  The couple wed about 1920, probably having met while both worked at the National Soldier's Home in Elizabeth City, VA.  Col. Messer was a retired Signal Corps officer and worked for the General Electric Co. while living in Lyndon.  Mrs. Messer died on 11-12-1971, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery.  Col. Messer died on 12-4-1984, while residing in Fort Lauderdale. They had:  Mary Messer, who was born in TX about  1912.

John R. Meyering and Gloria Yorton Meyering lived at 325 Edwards Dr. by 1955.  She graduated from Syracuse University in 1948.  He was born in 1918, and grew up in the Rochester area.  Mr. Meyering was an instructor at the State College of Forestry where he earned his master's degree.  The family later moved to Riverside, CT.  Their children:  John Meyering, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1976, wed Christine Hapsari, and is the president of an architectural firm in Alexandria, VA, Christopher P. Meyering, and Patricia J. Meyering.

Edward J. Michel and Charlotte Durfus Michel lived at 17 Ely Dr. by 1951.  Mr. Michel was a native of Meadville, PA, and attended Allegheny College and Georgetown University.  He was the executive director of the Dale Carnegie program, and later he worked for the U.S. Secret Service.  Both died in Meadville--Mr. Michel on 11-3-1977, and Mrs. Michel, at age 88, on 12-1-1993.

Lawrence Thomas Michel and Beatrix Michel lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Michel was probably born on 6-2-1884.  He is believed to have been a dispatcher for the Syracuse fire department.  The couple moved to Los Angeles after his retirement.  Mr. Michel probably died there on 11-23-1967, and Mrs. Michel probably died there in 1969.

Steven R. Mihalic and Lucy Stubbs Mihalic lived at 54 Lynacres Blvd. by 1960, and by 1967 were residing at 4 Thistlewood Lane.  Mr. Mihalic was born about 1925, and was a marketing executive for the General Electric Co.  The couple lives now in Phoenix, AZ.  Their children:  Stephanie Mihalic, Wendy Mihalic, and Michael Mihalic. 

Stanley G. Millard and Doris Mildred Colby Millard lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by the early 1950's.  He was born 12-22-1905, and worked as a guard for the Crucible Steel Co.  Mr. Millard died in December, 1983.  Mrs. Millard was born in Batavia, NY, on 8-19-1909.  She worked for the Thermode Co., and died in Syracuse on 2-24-2005, at age 96.

Arthur S. Miller lived at 56 Ely Dr., from about 1953 to 1956.  He was the sales manager for the Syracuse China Co. for three years.  He resigned that position and moved to Chicago to become the marketing manager for a bedding firm.

Charles J. Miller and Anna Miller lived on Kittell Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Miller was an inspector and tool designer for the H. H. Franklin Co., and the Prosperity Co.  He retired in 1961.  The couple later resided at 3318 S. Salina St., in Syracuse.  Following Mrs. Miller's death, Mr. Miller wed Martha Fogarty Oldfield. She died on 6-22-1969 in East Hartford, CT.  Mr. Miller lived at 218 Idlewood Blvd., Baldwinsville, at his death on 10-17-1967.  Charles and  Anna had:  Doris Miller Van Wie, who married Wilson Van Wie, worked for the NYS Supreme Court Clerk's office, was a member of the Syracuse Women's Bowling Association Hall of Fame, and lived in Baldwinsville at her death on 1-9-1996, and Anita Miller Mischler, (see entry below).

James H. Miller and Hazel Eldridge Miller lived at 104 Hobson Ave. by 1951.  They were also known by the surname Muller.  (See the Muller entry below.)

Theodore Winter "Ted" Miller and Patricia Ann Childs Miller lived at 20 Lynacres Blvd. by about 1950, and at 402 Brampton Dr. in DeWitt by 1955.  He worked for the Continental Can Co., and later owned Winter’s Men’s Store.  In 1957, the family moved to Whittier, CA.  Mrs. Miller was born in Rochester, NY, on 6-9-1918.  She spent her childhood years in Syracuse and graduated from the Fairmount School.  A few years following Mr. Miller's death in 1966, Mrs. Miller returned to the Syracuse area.  She later wed William R. McLeod, and was living in Fayetteville at her death on 4-22-2007.  Mr. and Mrs. Miller had:  Pamela Miller Williams, who was an attorney for NYS, and lived in Delmar, NY, Victoria "Tory" Miller Ricker, who graduated from Vassar, and is a stock broker in Palm Beach, FL, and Theodore Miller, Jr.,  who lives in Panama, and manages a fund for a large family owned corporation.

John David Milligan and Phyllis Zimmerman Milligan lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park in the early 1950's.  Mr. Milligan was born 6-13-1927, and was a printer for the Voss Litho Co.  He was residing in Naples, FL, at his death on 7-22-2005. They had a son, Thomas Milligan, who was born about 1948, and lives in the Binghamton area.

William F. Minckler and Charlotte Clark Minckler lived at 103 Hobson Ave. by 1951.  The couple soon moved to 105 Butternut Dr. and then to 15 Wexford Rd.  Mr. Minckler was the head of the Clarmin Construction Co. and oversaw the building of over 300 homes in the Syracuse area.  He died at age 31 on 6-18-1952, as a result of an automobile accident three days earlier.   On 9-25-1954, Mrs. Minckler wed Kaj Schonemann, a native of Denmark who worked in NYC for Swiss Airlines. The couple divorced and Mrs. Minckler later married F. Allan Pardee, Jr., and, in 1960, moved to Cazenovia.  Mrs. Minckler-Pardee died at age 56 on 12-4-1979.  Mr. Pardee is also deceased.  Mr. and Mrs. Minckler had:  Charlotte Helen Minckler and Carol Corey Minckler.

George H. Miner and Beatrice Umsted Miner lived at 21 Lyndon Rd. by 1942.   He was an engineer for the Johns-Manville Co., and later headed his own construction firm.  A native of Montgomery County, PA,  Mrs. Miner was born 12-6-1902, and was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's nursing school.  She moved to the Syracuse area in 1929, and became active in the family-owned construction business following Mr. Miner's death in 1960.  Mrs. Miner lived in Lyndon until her death on 9-8-1993, at age 90.  They had:  Dorothy Miner, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1950, wed Richard B. Downing, and lives on Thistlewood Lane in Knollwood.

Marshall E. Minich and Hildred Brohaugh Minich lived at 134 Edwards Dr., having moved there from Genesee Hills in DeWitt on 1-29-1951.  He was an accountant with the General Electric Co.  The family moved to Fresno, CA about 1960, and Mr. Minich became a professor at Fresno State University.  Mrs. Minich was an accomplished symphony violinist. Their children:  George M. Minich, who wed Irene Bullinger in June, 1969, earned a doctorate from the University of Wisconsin, and is now retired from the World Bank and residing in McLean, VA, Mary Minich, and John Minich.

Robert A. Minsterman and Evelyn "Evie" Berthod Minsterman lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1951.  Mr. Minsterman was born in Elmira, NY, on 10-15-1922, and served in WWII.  He was a circuit analyst and engineer at General Electric for 39 years.  Mrs. Minsterman was born about 1922, and the couple wed about 1942.  She also worked at GE.  The family lived in Cicero, NY, when Mr. Minsterman died on 4-12-2002.  They had:  David Minsterman, a computer scientist who earned an MS degree from Syracuse University, and lives in LaFayette, NY.

Harold Mischler and Anita Miller Mischler moved from 203 Kittell Rd. in November, 1947.  He was born on 11-12-1898, and the couple wed in July, 1939.  They moved to Temple City, CA, where Mr. Mischler died in February, 1986. Mrs. Mischler was the daughter of Charles and Anna Miller and may still reside in Arcadia, CA, (see the Miller entry above).

Frederick John Mitchell and Maude Julia Mitchell lived at 114 Dewey Ave. by 1951.  Mr. Mitchell was born in Syracuse on 4-21-1901.  He was a carpenter and worked for Sears, Roebuck & Co.  Mrs. Mitchell, who was born on 11-2-1894, retired from NY Telephone's accounting office.  By 1965, the couple moved to FL, where Mrs. Mitchell died on 4-14-1982, and Mr. Mitchell died on 3-2-1992.

George E. Mitchell and Mary Kritzer Mitchell lived at 108 Hobson Ave. by 1951.  Mr. Mitchell was a self-employed printer.  Mrs. Mitchell died on 8-5-1958.  They had:  Dorese Mitchell, who married Robert E. Delaney, and lived in Manlius at her death on 5-18-1968, and Bernard Mitchell, who lived in Evans Mills, NY.

John K. Mitchell and Claire Grossman Mitchell lived at 100 Edwards Dr. by 1951.  He was born about 1912, and was an engineering designer for the Niagara-Mohawk Power Corp.  Mrs. Mitchell was a life resident of the Syracuse area, and worked for 10 years as a secretary for the Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church.  She died on 10-7-1970.  Mr. Mitchell died on 12-21-1959.  They had:  Carol Elizabeth Mitchell, who graduated from Alfred A&T Institute, wed Daniel Franklin Carey in 1962, and died about 1975, Terry K. Mitchell, and Suzanne Marie Mitchell, who was born about 1949, wed Jeffrey Wicks, and lives in North Syracuse.

George W. Mitterhofer was a live-in butler and servant at the Chase family's Highfields estate on High Bridge Rd. for many years.  Mr. Mitterhofer was born about 1906 in Germany.  He lived in Lyndon by 1942, and entered the US Army on 4-3-1942.  Mr. Mitterhofer died suddenly on 10-2-1953, at the home of his sister,  Marie Mitterhofer, who married Benedict Schupp, and lived on Genesee St. between Lyndon and Fayetteville.  

William E. Montgomery and Elsie Nellis Montgomery lived at 201 Hobson Ave. by 1930.  He was born about 1877, and was a carpenter.  Mrs. Montgomery was born in St. Johnsville, NY, in 1874, and moved to the Lyndon area in the mid 1920's.  The couple wed in 1909.  Mr. Montgomery served on the board of trustees at the DeWitt Community Church.  He was a life resident of the DeWitt area, and died on 12-21-1959.  Mrs. Montgomery died 4-8-1964, at age 90.  By a previous marriage, Mr. Montgomery had two daughters:  Grace Montgomery, who wed Charles Newhart, and lived in Denver, and Ethel Montgomery, who wed Edward Laun, and lived in Baldwinsville.  

Mark E. Mooney and Virginia Mooney lived on Leverett Lane by 1942.  By 1947, Mr. Mooney and Helen D. Mooney lived at 125 Butternut Dr. in DeWitt.  (It is unclear if Virginia Mooney and Helen Mooney were the same person. )  Mr. Mooney was a graduate of Notre Dame University, and worked as the manager of the commercial refrigeration department at the Carrier Corp.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Mooney were avid golfers.  They lived their final years in Salinas, CA.  Mr. Mooney, was born in MI on 9-22-1904, and died 6-30-1996, at age 91, and Helen Veronica Mooney, a native of Philadelphia, died on 12-17-1997, at 94.

Alfred V. Moore and Anthnet Niedzielski Moore lived on Dewey Ave. Extension by 1954.  They lived previously in North Syracuse.  Mr. Moore was a salesman for the Reagan Realty Co., and, later, a contractor.  They had:  Richard Moore, Kathleen Moore, Mary Ann Moore, Melissa A. Moore, who wed James R. Moreth in 1987, and Bernard Moore.

James J. Moore and Mildred McCay Moore lived at 14 Ely Dr. by 1953.  Mr. Moore was the manager of the local office of the Insurance Co. of North America, retiring in 1967.  Mr. Moore was born on 12-5-1902.  He resided in Lyndon but died on 8-5-1979, in East Liverpool, OH.  They had:  Joan Moore Poehlmann, who lived in East Liverpool.

James S. Moore and Phyllis Church Moore lived at 228 Maple Dr. by 1960.  He was a manufacturer's agent.  Carrie Suydam Moore, the widow of Norris B. Moore, lived with the family.  James and Phyllis Moore had:  Alan Moore, Donald Moore, and Nancy Moore.

Theodore C. "Pat" Moran and Patricia Hopkins Moran lived at 19 Paddock Dr. by 1952, and later lived at 1 Thistlewood Lane, in Lyndon.  Mr. Moran was born 11-22-1902, in Seneca Falls, NY.  He graduated from Cornell University in 1924, with a degree in mechanical engineering.  He then moved to the Syracuse area, and joined the Niagara-Mohawk Corp. as a cadet engineer.  At his retirement in 1968, he was the general superintendent of gas operations for the company.  Mr. Moran was a licensed pilot, and in the late 1930's, was, with Mrs. Moran, instrumental in organizing the Syracuse Chapter of the Civil Air Patrol.  He served as a naval officer during WWII.  Mr. Moran died on 8-9-1979.  Mrs. Moran was born 12-25-1920, and, during World War II, was a Woman's Air Force Service Pilot (WASP), and flew non-combat missions for the Army Air Corps.  Mrs. Moran was an honor graduate of LeMoyne College in 1960, and  earned a master's in counseling from Syracuse University in 1965.  She taught English at Syracuse University and LeMoyne, where she was the first president of the faculty association.  Mrs. Moran was very active in religious, volunteer, and performing arts circles.  She died 11-21-1979.  They had:  Christina Moran, who wed Barry Van Riper, and lived in MD, and Sharon Moran.

Carl G. Moritz and Marian Ivison Moritz lived at 114 Kittell Rd. by 1960.  He was born 5-1-1908, and was a native of Cleveland.  Mr. 'Moritz resided most of his life in the Syracuse area and was the owner and operator of Ontario Motor Lines, and, later, the Motor Rail Transport Co.  He died 5-9-1985.  Mrs. Moritz was born 6-18-1906. She worked for the First Trust and Deposit Co, a local bank, where she was the head clerk, and for NY Telephone Co.  Mrs. Moritz died on 3-4-2003, at age 96.

Claude W. "Jack" Morris and Louise Hartman Morris lived at 58 Lyndon Rd. in 1952, having moved from 204 Sherwood Ave. in DeWitt.  He was a native and life resident of the Syracuse area, and retired in 1972 after 25 years as a salesman for the Onondaga Beverage Co.  Mrs. Morris was also a native of the area and was a buyer for the Addis Co. and Chappells department store before retiring about 1968.  She was the president of the Liederkranz Auxiliary.  Mr. Morris died 2-29-1988, and Mrs. Morris died 7-24-1993.

Lester Moshier and Isabel Jones Moshier lived on Hobson Ave. by 1948.  He was born 8-18-1915, and was a toolmaker at the Lamson Co. and the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Moshier died 11-13-1992, while living in the Rochester area.  Mrs. Moshier, who was born on 10-19-1915, and died on 12-30-2007, while residing in Chilli, NY.

William P. Motsiff and Genevieve Brown Motsiff lived at 2 Cricket Lane by 1960.  He was born 4-23-1907, and was the district manager for the Cook Coffee Co.   A native of Geneva, Mrs. Motsiff was born on 7-4-1906, and moved to the Fayetteville area about 1954.  Mr. Motsiff died in January, 1977, and Mrs. Motsiff died 2-15-1994, at age 87.  Their daughter:  Bonnie Motsiff Morin, of Fayetteville.

Alfred Elmer Mounteney and Madeline Billings Mounteney lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1960.  He was born on 2-25-1918, and served in WWII.  She was a cafeteria worker and he was a truck driver.  Mr. Mounteney later wed Henrietta M. Mounteney and lived in Fulton, NY.  He died 2-13-2002, while residing in Brooksville, FL., having moved there from Fulton just a month before.  Henrietta Mounteney was probably wed previously to a Mr. Wilson, by whom she had three sons.  She died in Brooksville on 9-29-2002.

Carl T. Mowers and Luella Yerdon Mowers lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Manlius.   Mr. Mowers was born on 7-8-1915, and was a carpenter.  Mrs. Mowers was born on 9-30-1922.  The family moved to the Baltimore area, and resided there when Mr. Mowers died on 12-22-1995, and Mrs. Mowers died on 12-8-2003.  They had two sons, and a daughter who was born in December, 1943.

Lela Boyington Moyer lived at 3 Little Fox Circle by 1960.  On 8-5-1909, she married Arthur Chester Moyer, from Herkimer.  When Mr. Moyer died on 3-22-1942, he was a retired agent for the Prudential Insurance Co., and they lived at 277 Ross Park Drive in Syracuse.  Mrs. Moyer was a kindergarten teacher at Lyncourt School and in the East Syracuse-Minoa district.  She was a native of Brewerton and a graduate of the Oswego Normal School.  Mrs. Moyer died on 7-19-1972.  They had:  Ruth Ione Moyer, who earned a master's in education from Syracuse University, married Barrington P. Gilmour in 1949, was a teacher for the Syracuse school district, lived in her mother's home in Lyndon, and died on 1-24-1998.

Charles Muhlenforth and Bessie Mae Organ Muhlenforth lived at 14 Ely Dr. by 1948.  Mr. Muhlenforth was a native of New York City, and lived in DeRuyter, NY, for seven years before moving to the Fayetteville area, where he operated a Sunoco gas station.   Mrs. Muhlenforth was a native of Marlow, OK, and lived in the Fayetteville area for 15 years prior to her death on 4-14-1953.  Mr. Muhlenforth subsequently wed Edith Harris Muhlenforth, who worked at the Merchants Bank in Fayetteville.  He died 9-29-1976.  Bessie Muhlenforth's parents, Ewing and Eula Organ, lived with the Muhlenforths in 1948, (see their listing).

Clifford G. Mulkins and Edith Townsend Mulkins lived at 101 Montgomery Rd. by 1951.  He was born in Oneonta, NY, and was a structural designer for the Niagara Mohawk Corp.  The couple married in Otego, NY, in July, 1938.  Mr. Mulkins died 4-18-1958, at age 51.  Mrs. Mulkins was born 1-5-1907, and was being cared for by her sister in Kingston, NY, at her death on 10-16-1994.  

Ethel Lee McKee Muller lived at 714 Maple Dr. by 1960.  Mrs. Muller was a native of Jamesville, and resided most of her life in the Fayetteville area.  She married Albert Carroll Muller, on 6-29-1921, in Jamesville.  The couple later divorced and Mr. Muller married twice more.  He died 6-15-1983.  Mrs. Muller worked in the cafeteria at Jamesville-DeWitt school, and died 7-25-1988, at age 92.  They had:  Carroll Albert Muller, who was born 1-21-1922, and died 2-13-1999, and James Wesley Muller, who was born 10-27-1926, and died in 1999.

James H. Muller and Hazel Aileen Eldridge Burnham Muller lived at 104 Hobson Ave by 1951.  Mr. Muller was a native of Sayre, PA, and was born about 1902.  Mrs. Muller was born about 1893, and was a native of Millbridge, ME.  She came to CNY about 1951, and died 4-26-1969, in Lyndon.  Mr. Muller worked at the Easy Washer Co., and, later, at the Colonial Motel.  He moved to East Syracuse about 1965, and died on 3-4-1986.  At his death, Mr. Muller was married to Bertha Muller, and had a stepson, Harold Watters, who lived in East Syracuse.  Mrs. Muller had three children from a previous marriage:   Dorothy Kelley, who lived in Machias, ME, Randolph J. Burnham, (see his listing), and James A. Burnham, who lived in East Lansing, MI.  The Mullers apparently changed their name to "Miller" about 1953, and were known by that name thereafter.

Alfred C. Mulligan and Alice Denton Mulligan lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1960.  Mr. Mulligan was born on 8-25-1922, in Chelsea, MA, and grew up in Schnectady, NY.  He served in the USN during WWII, and graduated from Union College in 1950.  Mr. Mulligan worked as an industrial engineer for the New York Central railroad (Conrail)  The couple moved to Rio Rancho, NM, about 1980.  Mrs. Mulligan, was born on 12-9-1912, in Beekman, NY, graduated from New York State College at Albany, and wed about 1956.  Mrs. Mulligan worked for the Atomic Energy Commission at a General Electric facility.  She died on 6-8-2002 while living in Rio Rancho, and Mr. Mulligan moved to Westfield, MA, in 2004.  He died there on 5-25-2006.

Arthur F. Mulvihill and Anna Frances Mahan Mulvihill lived at 49 Lynacres Blvd. by 1955. The couple later moved to 115 Fiordon Rd. in DeWitt.  Mr. Mulvihill was the president of the Empire Wallpaper Co.  He raised English and Irish Setters, and judged many dog shows across the Northeast.  Mr. Mulvihill died on 8-24-1986, at age 88.  Mrs. Mulvihill, a life resident of the Syracuse area, died on 11-11-1995, at age 98.  Their children:  John E. Mulvihill, who was born in Syracuse about 1925, served in the Coast Guard during WWII, married Janet Grossman lived in Skaneateles, and died on 12-7-1998, Arthur Mulvihill, Jr., who served in the US Army during WWII, and Donald Joseph Mulvihill, who lived in Mattydale, NY.

Donald F. Mulvihill and Jane Kennedy Mulvihill lived at 26 Lynacres Blvd. by 1955.  He was a 1933 graduate of Syracuse University and the president of Ryan and Kennedy, Inc., a general insurance firm.  Mrs. Mulvihill was the daughter of Thomas Kennedy, a former mayor of Syracuse.  She was a graduate of Syracuse University and taught high school in Albany before returning to the Syracuse area.  Mrs. Mulvihill's sister, Mary Kennedy O'Brien also lived on Lynacres, (see her listing below).  Mr. Mulvihill died on 9-23-1974, and Mrs. Mulvihill died on 11-15-1997.  Their children:  Dr. Thomas K. Mulvihill, who lived in Cazenovia and had a dental practice in Fayetteville at his death on 9-10-1979, Patricia Mulvihill, who attended Trinity College, and Donald Mulvihill.

Robert Drown Murphy and Reta Rose Vanderburgh Murphy lived on Burt Lane by 1960.  Dr. Murphy was born 10-19-1917, in Jericho, VT.  Dr. and Mrs. Murphy were wed in 1933.  While a student, Dr. Murphy also worked as a reporter, editor, and photographer for the Syracuse Post-Standard, and other newspapers. He earned three degrees, including his doctorate, from Syracuse University.  He then was a professor and newspaper department chairman in Syracuse's nationally renowned journalism school from 1949 to 1965.  In 1965, he became the founding director of the School of Communications at the University of Kentucky, in Lexington.  Dr. Murphy died 1-14-2007, at age 89.  They had:  Constance Anne Murphy White, who lives in Oakland, CA, was wed to her Jamesville-DeWitt classmate, Jan Eric Mattison, who died in November, 1995, Richard V. Murphy, who lives in Lexington, and Gordon C.  Murphy, of Eau Claire, WI.

Samuel Rowland Murray and Virginia Aldrich "Ginny" Murray lived at the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1948.  Mr. Murray was born 12-29-1924.  He was a student at Syracuse University, and graduated in 1951, with a degree in engineering.  The couple wed in 1945.  They moved from Sidney, NY, to FL in 1958.  Mr. Murray retired after 20 years with the Honeywell Co. as a mechanical engineer.  He was an avid woodcarver, and a veteran of the Army Air Corps during WWII.  Mr. Murray lived in St. Petersburg, FL, at his death on 12-10-2006.  They had:  Stephanie Murray, who lives in Havana, FL, Cynthia Murray,  who wed Thomas Keup, a native of WI, and lives in Deland, FL,  and Jennifer Murray Daniels, who lives in Tallahassee.

Peter Muserlian and Theodora Tyrrell Muserlian lived at 304 Landsdowne Rd. by 1953, and later lived on Highfield Rd. in Lyndon.  Mr. Muserlian was born in Syracuse, on 7-18-1916, and was a graduate of Syracuse University and its College of Law.  He served in the Merchant Marines during WWII, and the couple married aout 1944.  Mr. Muserlian practiced law more than 50 years, with offices in the University Bldg.  He was involved with  commercial real estate and was the co-owner of Shop City in Eastwood.   Mr. Muserlian died on 11-9-1998, in West Palm Beach, FL.  Mrs. Muserlain was born in NYC about 1919, and was a graduate of Columbia University.  She was residing in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, but died in Syracuse, on 1-15-2008.  Their children:  Margaret "Peggy" Muserlian Mooney, who lives in St. Louis, Patricia Muserlian, who married Neal Golding, and lives in North Palm Beach, FL, Pamela Muserlian Hubbert, who lives in San Diego, Donna Muserlian, who wed James Dixon, and lives in Short Hills, Joan Muserlian, who married Edward Cavazuti, and lives in Oslo, Norway, and Peter E. C. Muserlian, who wed Nancy Muserlian, and lives in Fayetteville

Cleve C. Nash, Jr., and Ellis Nash lived on Maple Dr. by 1955.  He was an electrical engineer with the General Electric Co.  In 1957 Mr. Nash took a job with the Stewart-Warner Corp., and the family moved to suburban Chicago.  Their children:  Frances "Genie" Nash Doyle who was born about 1939, attended Wells College, is the president of a temporary employment firm, and lives in Alamo, CA, Cleve Nash, III, born about 1942, and Ellis Betty Nash.

Charles Neff and Eileen Burth Neff lived briefly in the Lyndon Trailer Park about 1947.  Mr. Neff was born 11-14-1922, in Malone, NY, and grew up in Utica, NY.  He worked in Watertown for the New York Air Brake Co., before entering the Army Air Forces during during World War II.  The couple then lived in the Park, and moved from Lyndon when he was ordered overseas.  Mr. Neff earned the Distinguished Flying Cross and became a career USAF officer, retiring with the rank of major.  Following his retirement, the family moved to Florida, and resided in Altamonte Springs, at Mr. Neff's death on 6-5-2001.  Mrs. Neff was born about 1922, and grew up on a farm in Oneida County, NY.  Her sister, Ann Burth Ash, also resided in the Park.  (See her entry.)  They had:  Guy Neff, who lives in Tacoma, WA, Jarid Neff, who resides in Atlanta, GA, Odette Neff, who lives in Orlando, FL, and Michele Neff Giglietta, of Altamonte Springs.

James B. "Al" Negus and Nina Vaughn Negus lived at 25 Lyndon Rd. by 1953.  Mr. Negus was born on 8-7-1895.  He worked as a manufacturer's agent.  Mrs. Negus was born 9-22-1896, and died in November, 1976.  Mr. Negus was living in Utica at his death on 9-4-1981.  Sarah F. Vaughn, the mother of Mrs. Negus, lived with the couple.  They had:  Jeanne Negus Mellone, who was born about 1923, married Ralph P. Mellone, and lives in Hobe Sound, FL.

Alice Brown Neider, known to most as "Aunt Alice," lived in a small apartment adjacent to the laundry and mail room at the Lyndon Trailer Park, by 1948.  Mrs. Neider is believed to have been the widowed aunt of John Neider, the owner of the Park, (see the next entry).

John G. Neider and Hazel Belding Neider lived on Highbridge Rd. and were the owners and operators of the Lyndon Trailer Park until the late 1950's.  Mr. Neider was a native of Syracuse.  He was the welfare officer for the Town of DeWitt and later was a maintenance worker and night watchman at the Onondaga County courthouse.  Born in Fayetteville, Mrs. Neider lived all of her life in the Syracuse area.  She was a cashier with the E.W Edwards store for 25 years before retiring in 1956.  The Neiders moved to 338 Hillview Ave., in Syracuse, and to Annandale, VA, about 1960.  Mr. Neider died on 3-25-1985, and Mrs. Neider died on 8-20-1985.  Both were 93 at their deaths and had been married 75 years.  Their daughter, Jessica Neider, married William Ross, (see the Ross entry below).

Carroll A. Nelson and Vernan Clapp Nelson lived at 42 Lyndon Rd. before moving in 1942 to 102 Downing Rd. in DeWitt.  He was a general contractor, and was involved with civil defense projects.  Mrs. Nelson was the daughter of Cornelia FitzSimmons Clapp, and a Mr. FitzSimmons.  She was raised by her mother, and step-father, Howard Clapp, a banker, in Rochester.

Edgar M. Neptune and Martha Mouser Neptune lived at 17 Lynacres Blvd. by 1960.  He was a 1922 honor graduate of Harvard University and completed medical school there four years later.  He was in practice in Syracuse as a physician and surgeon for 41 years before his death on 12-21-1968.  His office was at 726 W. Onondaga St.  They had:  Virginia M. Neptune, who lived in Fayetteville, Mary Neptune Parker, who lived in North Syracuse, and Capt. Edgar M. Neptune, a physician in the USN.

Donald F. Neubauer and Grace Ferris Neubauer lived at 29 Lynacres Blvd. by 1960.  He was an executive with the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Co.  The family moved in 1968, after Mr. Neubauer was promoted to plant manager at the General Motors facility in Ewing, NJ.  They had:  Dorne Neubauer, Debra Neubauer, and Dena Neubauer.

Donald F. Neubauer and Grace Ferris Neubauer lived at 212 Newfield Rd. by 1953, and at 29 Lynacres Blvd. in Lyndon by 1960.  Mr. Neubauer was born on 6-8-1921, in Detroit, but grew up in the Binghamton area.  He served in WWII and earned a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering in 1948 from the General Motors Institute in Flint, MI. The couple wed about 1949.  Mr. Neubauer came to Syracuse as a co-op student for GM and spent a total of 44 years with the company.  The family moved in 1968, after Mr. Neubauer was promoted to plant manager at the General Motors facility in Ewing, NJ.  When he retired in 1984 he was in charge of eight Fisher Body plants, including two in Europe.  Mr. Neubauer  was the recipient of numerous awards for his active role in civic affairs.  The couple resided in Newtown, PA, at his death on 7-24-2007.  Their children:  Dorne F. Neubauer, who was born in 1954, married Jennifer C. Neubauer, and  lives in Doylestown, PA, Nadene "Dena" Neubauer, who wed Drew Augenblick, and lives in Holland, PA, and Debra Neubauer, of Tijeras, NM.

Otto A. Neuser and Clara Reals Neuser lived at 703 Maple Dr. by about 1940.  He was with the Bentley- Settle Co., a wholesale grocery firm, but about 1945 began working as an inspector at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Neuser died 2-26-1960.  Mrs. Neuser, was living at 728 Maple Dr. at her death, 8-26-1963.

George Peter Newton and Grace Labuz Newton lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1951.  Mr. Newton was an engineer with the Sargent, Webster, Crenshaw, and Folley architectural firm.  The couple moved to Fayetteville about 1955.  Mrs. Newton, a native of Utica, died 11-20-1972.  They had:  Rebecca Ann Newton, who lived in Oakland, CA, George Newton, Jr., who was born in October, 1951, and wed Laurie Elizabeth Crossman about 1978, and Andrew P. Newton.

Frederick C. Nichols and Jeanne Dunaway Nichols lived at 18 Lynacres Blvd.  Mr. Nichols was a native of Ogdensburg, NY, and graduated from Oberlin College.  He served as a bomber pilot in World War II with the rank of lieutenant colonel.  He was the president of F. C. Nichols, Inc., and later was a vice president at the Merchants National Bank.  He was very active in the American Legion and other civic causes.  Mr. Nichols was born 1-23-1917, and died on 2-9-2002. Their children:  John Nichols and Carol Nichols.

Victor F. Nicholson and Kathryn Irene Shetler Nicholson lived on Hobson Ave. by 1951, and at 201 Maple Dr. by 1953.  He was a partner in Pendol Sales, Inc., and died in 1984.  They wed about 1948.  Mrs. Nicholson was born on 1-19-1919, in Buffalo and was a graduate of Bryant & Stratton school in that city.  She worked as a secretary for Agway in DeWitt, and died on 9-17-1998. 

Herbert W. Nickerson and Barbara Nickerson lived on Kittell Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Nickerson was born about 1909, in VA.  He was a salesman for the Fellons Gear Shaper Co. of Springfield, VT.  The couple had a daughter.

Harold George Nixon and Lois Nixon lived at 215 Hobson Ave. by 1953.  He was born on 9-14-1928, and worked as a quality control engineer for the Carrier Corp.  They lived in Hammondsport, NY, at his death on 2-1-2007.  They had:  Onalee Nixon Barton, Harold G. Nixon, Jr., Jacquelyn Nixon,  Patricia Nixon Werner, Cindy Nixon O'Neil, Debbie Nixon Babinicz, and Laurie Nixon Guild.

Milner Noble and Margaret Elliott Noble lived at 5 Lynacres Blvd. by 1960.  He was born on 9-27-1902, in Richmond, VA. Mr. Noble was an engineer and became the president of the Aerofin Corp.  Mr. and Mrs. Noble later moved to Lynchburg, VA, where he died on 3-11-1982.  They had:  Milner "Mike" Noble, who lives in Essex Center, VT, and is a hospital public relations executive.

Walter John "Jack" Nodine and Cecelia Yodakis Nodine lived at 30 Ely Dr. by 1960.  Mrs. Nodine was a native of Yonkers, NY.  Mr. Nodine was born in 1919, and was a native of Linden, NJ, and a veteran of WWII.  He was a sales representative for the California Oil Corp., and the Sinclair Oil Co. The couple had moved to Lymekiln Rd. in Lyndon at the time of Mrs. Nodine's death on 10-27-1978. Mr. Nodine later married Mary Beth Nodine.  At some point Mr. Nodine moved to Greensboro, NC, where, it is believed the second Mrs. Nodine died in 1991, and he died on 3-28-2001.  Walter and Cecilia Nodine had:  Nancy Nodine Sudol, of Williston, VT, and Douglas Nodine, who lives in Greensboro.

Dennis E. Nolan and Jeannine LeRoy Nolan lived at 122 Dewey Ave. by 1960.  She was a teacher at Moses-DeWitt school in DeWitt.  He was a design draftsman for the Carrier Corp.  They had:  Angela Nolan.

Dana W. Norris and Lucile Norris lived on Marvelle Rd. by 1942, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Norris was born about 1901 in IA, and was an executive with the C. C. Bradley and Son manufacturing concern.  Mr. Norris' father, D. W. Norris was the president of the Lennox Furnace Co.  Mrs. Norris was also a native of IA, and was born about 1903.  The couple married about 1925, and moved to Fort Lauderdale by the late 1940's.  Their children:  Margaret Ann Norris, who was born 3-15-1926, wed Donald Robert Consler on 2-12-1949, and lived in Pittsford, NY, at her death on 1-23-1998, Barbara Norris, who was born about 1929, Nancy Norris, Dana William Norris, who was born on 7-31-1931, and died  7-23-1998, in FL, and another son.

Charles A. North and Rose Reals North lived at 219 Maple Dr. by 1930.  He was born about 1878, and was a die caster for the Precision Castings Co.  He also had worked as a truck driver.  Mr. North died 7-2-1935. Mrs. North was born 8-5-1884, and the couple wed in 1903.  She was a life long resident of the Lyndon area, and died there on 5-9-1971.  Her brother, Fred Reals, lived nearby, (see the Reals listing below).

Frederick Bruce Northrup, Jr., and Virginia Hamel Northrup lived on Maple Dr. by 1955, and were residing on South Gate Rd., near the Onondaga Country Club by 1967.  Mr. Northrup was born 5-31-1919, and was a sales agent for the Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co., and later for the Berkshire Life Ins. Co.  The couple subsequently moved to FL, where Mrs. Northrup died 6-25-1993, and Mr. Northrup died 1-1-2003.  They had:  Candace Northrup, F. Bruce Northrup, III, John H. Northrup, who earned an MBA/MS from Northeastern University, was active in Libertarian politics, and is a portfolio manager for an energy related mutual fund, and Douglas S. Northrup, who lives in Littleton, CO.

Carroll M. Norton and Ethel Yates Norton lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1960.  Mr. Norton was born on 3-24-1895, and Mrs. Norton was born 4-2-1897.  They were married about 1917.  He was a farmer while living earlier in Otsego County, but  worked for the General Electric Co. while living in Lyndon.  Mr. Norton died in February, 1976, and Mrs. Norton died in December, 1978.  They had:  Jeanne E. Norton, born about 1921, Lois H. Norton, born about 1923, Wilma Y. Norton, born in 1926, and Rubena H. Norton, born in 1928.

George E. Novas and Caroline Novas lived at 105 Maple Dr., having moved there in May, 1952.  He was born 4-1-1907, in Poland.  Mrs. Novas was born 5-21-1914.  Mr. Novas retired in 1972 after 30 years as the owner of Square Electric Motor Repair Co.  Mr. and Mrs. Novas lived several years in Syracuse before moving to Florida in 1972.  Mr. Novas died 2-9-1989, in Syracuse, and Mrs. Novas died in FL in January, 1990.  She had a daughter by a previous marriage:  Mary Jane Novas Smith, of Altamonte Springs, FL. 

Donald G. Nowak and Aileen Burlingham Nowak lived at 5155 Leverett Lane, having moved there from 214 Ambergate Rd., in Dewittshire, in 1959.  He was a partner in the Chapman-Nowak advertising firm, and later became the president of the Nowak, Barlow, and Johnson advertising and public relations company.  They had:  Truman "Timmy" Nowak, of DeWitt, and Donna Nowak Hughes, of Albany.

Daniel B. O'Brien and Veronica Shine O'Brien lived at 33 Lyndon Rd. by 1948.  Mr. O'Brien was a 1904 graduate of Purdue University where he was a star football player.  In 1903, the year before Mr. O'Brien's graduation, the Purdue football team was involved in a train wreck in Indianapolis, and 18 players were killed.  Mr. O'Brien became the final survivor of the team.  He was a civil engineer and joined his father's company, the O'Brien Construction Co. in 1908.  He took over from his father 10 years later and became president of the firm--a position he held for over 40 years.  Among the buildings constructed by the O'Brien firm were the University Hospital, Eastwood High School, and the Bellevue Country Club.  Mrs. O'Brien was a native of Lockport, NY, and came to the Syracuse area about 1912.  Mr. O'Brien died on 6-22-1964, and Mrs. O'Brien died on 5-11-1967.  They had three sons:  Rev. Monsignor Daniel B. O'Brien, a Catholic priest who was a chaplain during WWII, and served as the senior pastor at Holy Cross Church in DeWitt, Thomas P. O'Brien, who lived in Cazenovia, and James J. O'Brien, of Lynacres, (see below).  Thomas and James O'Brien took over the running of the family business in 1959.

James J. O'Brien and Mary Kennedy O'Brien lived at 28 Lynacres Blvd. by 1953, and later moved to 125 Fiordon Rd. in DeWitt.  Mr. O'Brien served in the 95th Infantry Division of the USA during World War II and received a Purple Heart.  He worked for the family owned O'Brien Construction Co., (see the above listing), and retired from Key Bank.  Mrs. O'Brien's father, Thomas E. Kennedy, was a former Syracuse mayor.  Her sister, Jane Kennedy Mulvihill also lived on Lynacres, (see listing above).  Mr. O'Brien died on 11-2-1985, and Mrs. O'Brien still resides in DeWitt.  They had:  Jane Cashill O'Brien, who lived in Oakland, CA, Mary Kate O'Brien, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Anne O'Brien, and Daniel J. O'Brien, who lived in Fayetteville.

William George O'Brien and Alice Richardson O'Brien lived at 45 Ely Dr. by 1955.  Mr. O'Brien was a life long resident of the Syracuse area and a 1938 graduate of Syracuse University's law school.  He worked for 30 years as the local claims manager and counsel to the Royal Globe Insurance Co.  In 1966, Mr. O'Brien opened an office in Fayetteville for a private law practice.  Mrs. O'Brien's father, Junius E. Richardson lived with the O'Brien family before his death on 10-6-1963.  Mrs. O'Brien died in 1982, and Mr. O'Brien later wed Dorothy VanDyke O'Brien.  Mr. O'Brien died 5-7-1984.  William and Alice O'Brien had:  Sharon O'Brien Allen, who earned degrees in law and library science, and lives now in Locust Grove, VA, William E. O'Brien, who lives in Fayetteville, and Terry R. O'Brien, who was a court official living in Syracuse at his death on 3-19-1991.

Gerald H. Odell and Frances Warner Odell lived on Leverett Lane by 1942.  He was a purchasing agent for the Marsellus Casket Co. and later served as a senior vice president of the firm.  Mrs. Odell was a lifelong resident of CNY, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1924.  She died 2-1-1969.  They had Gerald "Gary" Odell, Jr., who lived in West Acton, MA.

Harold T. Oeder and Sara "Sally" Harpending Oeder lived on Montgomery Rd. by 1953.  Mr. Oeder was born 2-22-1907, and was a native of Fargo, ND.  Mr. Oeder was previously married to Doris T. Oeder and they lived at 107 Jamesville Rd. in DeWitt by 1942.  He was a self-employed home repairman.  Harold and Sara Oeder later moved to 5150 Jamesville Rd.   Mrs. Oeder is believed to have been previously wed to a Mr. Whitely, by whom she had two children.  She worked as a court reporter and legal secretary.  Mr. Oeder was living at 203 W. Brighton Ave. in Syracuse when he died on 11-15-1970.  Mrs. Sara Oeder, who was born 7-28-1919, in Dundee, NY, came to CNY about 1944, and died on 7-2-1974.  She had:  Curtiss "Chip" Whitely, who was born about 1944, and Sara Kemp, who was born in July, 1952, and lived in New Orleans.

Manya Ogreshock lived in Knollwood by 1942,  She was born in PA, about 1900, and was a live-in maid for the John Brockway family.  She worked earlier for a family in Rockland County.  Mrs. Ogreshock was married about 1923, but it is not known if she became widowed or divorced.  Her maiden name was probably Manya Duscavage.  She had:  Stanley Ogreshock, who was born in 1926.

Henry F. Olszewski and Ruth Thompson Olszewski lived at 323 Edwards Dr. by 1955.  He was a native of CNY, and was born in 1915.  He worked as a salesman for the Syracuse Liquor Co., and later was with the Kemp Electronics Co.  At some point, prior to 1967, the family changed its name to Olsen.  The couple had two daughters, Barbara Olsen, and Pamela Olsen.

Edward A. O'Malley and Evah Williams O'Malley lived on Genesee St. by 1930, and at 1 Lyndon Rd. by 1948.  Mr. O'Malley was born about 1889, and Mrs. O'Malley was three years younger.  They were married about 1917.  Mr. O'Malley was the comptroller of the Farmers and Traders Insurance Co.  Mr. O'Malley predeceased Mrs. O'Malley, who died in St. Petersburg, FL, on 10-15-1966.

George F. O'Neill and Elizabeth St. Amour O'Neill lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1960.  He was the branch manager for the Stromberg division of the General Time Corp.  Mrs. O'Neill was a bookkeeper.  The couple had:  Rickie O'Neill and Randy O'Neill.

Ewing Wilson Organ and Eula Sparks Organ lived with their daughter, Bessie Muhlenforth, and her family, at 14 Ely Dr. by 1948.  Mr. Organ was born on 7-8-1872, in VanAlstyne, TX, and the couple wed in Muenster, TX, on 9-1-1898.  Mr. Organ was a construction worker.  Mrs. Organ was born in TX in January, 1880.  The couple was living at 179 Homecroft Rd. in Syracuse, when Mr. Organ died on 11-17-1951.  They had:  Ewing Hill Organ, who was born on 10-27-1899, in Texas, was a graduate of Syracuse University and received a master's degree at Lehigh and Columbia Universities, wed Leafy Dawn Cardner, was a career educator, and died on 5-15-1973, while residing in Hempstead, NY, Lillian Organ, who married William E. Groves, and lived in Syracuse, and Bessie Organ, who married Charles Muhlenforth, and resided in Fayetteville before her death in 1953.  (See the Muhlenforth entry.)

James Orlando and Felippa "Phyllis" Falso Orlando lived at 60 Ely Dr., following their marriage on 6-28-1951.  He was the vice-president and manager of Thor Metal Products, Inc.  Their children:  Donna Lee Orlando, Kathy Orlando, and David Orlando.  Mrs. Orlando's family lived in Lyndon, (see the listing above for Adolph and Vincenza Falso.)

Minnie Voigt Osborn lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1951.  Mrs. Osborn was born on 9-12-1900, and was a life long resident of CNY.  She was residing on Eager Rd. in Jamesville at her death on 12-9-1977.   Her sister, Helen Jerome, also lived on Lyndon Rd.,  (see her listing above.)

Clyde S. Ott and Jesse Wager Ott lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by the late 1940's, having lived earlier in Fultonville, NY.  Mr. Ott was born 5-19-1899, and Mrs. Ott was born about 1904.  He was a sales manager for Sears, Roebuck & Co.  The couple were among the first in the Park to purchase a television set, and many youngsters in the Park saw their first television show in their home.  The Otts suffered a major fire in the early 1950's and their trailer was a total loss.  The couple subsequently retired to FL, where Mr. Ott died on 3-9-1995, at age 95.  Their children:  Clyde E. Ott, who was born about 1921, and Betty J. Ott, who was born about 1923.

James P. Owens and Ernestine Harris Owens lived at 56 Ely Dr., having purchased the home in 1957 when they moved from Birmingham, MI.  They later moved to Bradford Pkwy. in Syracuse after selling the home on Ely Dr. in September, 1963.  Mr. Owens was the regional office manager for the Sun Oil Co. 

George Edward Paetow and Clare Gurzny Paetow lived at 201 Dewey Ave. by 1930.  Mr. Paetow was born 1-6-1892.  He was a salesman for the Pennsylvania Refining Co. and later worked at the Wide Waters Supply Co.  Mr. Paetow was a pilot in the National Guard  and died in Baldwinsville on 4-27-1970.  Mrs. Paetow was born 7-16-1893, and the couple wed in 1917.  She died in Ft. Lauderdale, in April, 1982.  They had:  George Paetow, Jr., who was born in 1925, was a pilot during WWII, married Carol Paetow, worked for the International Plastics Co., and lived in the family home in Lyndon, and Avon Paetow, who was born about 1919, worked as a nurse, and married Burton Cross of Baldwinsville. 

Walter Page lived at 221 Maple Dr. by 1953.  Mr. Page was born in Switzerland on 12-6-1880.  He was a descendant of what were called, "the original five families."  This was a reference to the five families originally imported from Switzerland to the Fulton area many years ago to begin the production of Nestle chocolate products.  He worked as a milk consultant, and lived in Cazenovia.  Mr. Page died in January, 1971.

James R. Paisley and June Walker Paisley lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by the early 1950's, and by 1953, were living at 100 Church Parkway, in North Syracuse.   Mr. Paisley was an x-ray technician and then sold x-ray equipment.  They had two sons, and a daughter who was born on 11-3-1953.

Edward F. Palmatier and Grace Jones Palmatier lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1948, and at 140 N. Burdick St. in Fayetteville by 1954.  Mr. Palmatier was born about 1920, and was a veteran of WWII.  He worked as a stationary engineer at the Syracuse State School for 35 years.  The couple moved to FL two years before Mr. Palmatier's death in Sarasota on 3-9-1984.  They had:  Edward Palmatier, Jr., who was born about 1944, wed Cheryl Bell, was an Army helicopter pilot, and lived in Monterrey, CA, and Lorraine Palmatier, who graduated from Cornell University, was a stewardess for Pan American Airways, wed Ronald M. Skalko on 7-13-1974, and lived in Camillus, NY.

Herbert J. Palmer and Dorothy Landers Palmer lived on Genesee St. by 1948.  Mr. Palmer was born in Marcellus, NY, about 1896, and served in the USN during WWI.  As a young man was a trolley conductor.  Later the couple operated a catering business and rented tourist cabins, and Mr. Palmer was a guard at the county penitentiary in Jamesville.  Mr. Palmer died on 5-26-1977, and Mrs. Palmer died on 8-14-1981.  Mrs. Palmer was married previously to R. Homer Gwynn, a plumbing supply salesman.  They lived in Syracuse and had:  Richard A. Gwynn, who was born on 7-2-1923, was a machinist at the Crouse Hinds Co, lived in Auburn, NY, and died in April, 1981, and Donald Homer Gwynn, who was born on 2-15-1927, served in the USN during WWII, married Barbara Gwynn about 1967, worked as a construction operating engineer, resided in Delphi Falls, NY, and died on 6-19-2006.

J. Ross Paltz and Nathalie Kyser Paltz lived at 43 Lynacres Blvd. by 1960.  He was born 11-17-1905, and was a graduate of Syracuse University and its College of Law where he received his degree in 1928.  He was a member of the law firm of Nottingham, Paltz, Cerio, and Kneel, located at One Lincoln Center, in Syracuse.  He was with the firm from his graduation to his death.  Mrs. Paltz was a 1932 graduate of Syracuse University.  She was a life resident of the Syracuse area, and was a secretary for several years at Syracuse University and Wells College.  Mr. Paltz died 5-15-1979, and Mrs. Platz died 12-22-1989.

Floyd R. Parker and Edina "Teddy" Dann Parker moved to 80 Marvelle Rd. in 1942.  Dr. Parker was born in Hartford, CT, on 2-19-1903.  He graduated from Syracuse University in 1924, and from its medical school in 1928.  He was a lieutenant colonel in the Army, and served in the hospital corps in England during WWII.  Dr. Parker earned a Bronze Star for his work.  He was on the staff of St. Joseph's Hospital for 36 years and was the chief of surgery there.  Dr. Parker died on 12-2-1975.  Mrs. Parker was born on 12-13-1912, in Syracuse.  She was a graduate of  Webber College, and was active in civic and educational causes.  She died, at age 94, on 1-24-2007.  They had:  Frances Parker James, who wed William James, worked as a physical therapist, and lives in retirement in Denton, TX, and Cathy Parker Patel, who was born in 1942, married Raymond Patel, and lives in Orland Park, IL.

George H. Parkhurst and Clara Green Parkhurst lived at 209 Maple Dr. by 1948, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Parkhurst was born 3-10-1887, and was a life insurance salesman.  He was very active in Masonic affairs.  Mrs. Parkhurst was born 1-25-1890, and the couple wed about 1910.  The Parkhursts were living in the Fulton area at the time of his death in March, 1970, and her death in September, 1976.  They had a daughter, Frances Parkhurst, who was born about 1912.

William L. Parry and June Howarth Parry lived on Short Rd. by 1960.  Dr. Parry was born about 1924, and was a physician.  In 1964, Dr. Parry became the first full-time professor and chairman of the urology department at the University of Oklahoma.  The couple lives now in Oklahoma City, OK.  Their children:  Barbara Parry, Marge Parry, and Richard Parry.

John M. Parslow and Flora Goodfellow Parslow lived at 104 Dewey Ave. by 1930.  Mr. Parslow was widely known in sport circles and was the manager of the Jefferson Bowling Academy.  He died on 8-23-1952, at age 67.  Mrs. Parslow was born 2-7-1887, and died in March, 1983, in Jamesville.  Mr. Parslow's sister, Miss Marion Amy Parslow, lived with the couple.  She was a school tax collector and chairman of the DeWitt Red Cross chapter.  Miss Parslow, was a native of New Woodstock, and moved  to the Lyndon area as a child.  For many years she aided her father, Joseph T. Parslow, in collecting tolls at a gate which stood near the site of the former John Milton Motel in Lyndon.  After the toll gate was abolished, the house was moved to its present site on Dewey Avenue.  Joseph Parslow died 7-20-1913.  Miss Parslow lived in the family home until her death, at age 87, on 2-10-1962.  John and Flora Parslow had:  Robert J. Parslow, who was born about 1908, married Margera Parslow, served in WWII, was a sales engineer for the Brace-Mueller-Huntley Co., and lived in Manlius, and Eileen Parslow Sehnert, who was born in 1919, and lived nearby, (see the Sehnert entry below). 

Charles Curtis Paul and Hannah Josephine Reals Paul lived at 221 Hobson Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Paul was born on 12-26-1913.  He worked for the McMillan Book Co. and was a foreman for the Reals Construction Co., which was owned by his father-in-law, Fred J. Reals.  Mrs Paul was born on 6-6-1917, and the couple married on 6-25-1937.  Mrs. Paul was a life resident of the Fayetteville area, and played spoons for the Eddie Fagan All American Banjo Band.  She retired in 1976 from Jamesville-DeWitt Schools as a bus driver.  Mr. Paul died on 2-7-81, in Clermont, FL, and Mrs. Paul died in Lyndon on 10-1-1994.  They had:  James F. Paul, who married Mary Jane Paul, worked as a blacksmith and was a welder at the Carrier Corp., and lived at 218 Hobson Ave., George L. Paul, of Clay, NY, and Nancy I. Paul, of Lyndon.

John A. Pauldine and Verna Platt Pauldine lived at 12 Lyndon Rd. by 1960.  He was the district manager for the Encyclopedia Brittanica.  Both graduated from Syracuse University.  Mr. Pauldine lives in Las Vegas and Mrs. Pauldine resides now in Canoga Park, CA.  Their children:  Michael Pauldine, Stephen Pauldine, and  Mark Pauldine.

Carroll D. Paulson and Lillian Mooney Paulson lived at 209 Kittell by 1946.  He was born on 7-2-1899, and was a native of Kalamazoo, MI.  He was a sales representative for the Master-Kraft Co., and, at his retirement in 1963, for the Shaw-Walker Co.  The couple moved in 1935 from Bellevue Ave. in Syracuse to Haddonfield Dr. in DeWitt, and by 1955 they were living on Meadowbrook Dr. in Syracuse.  In 1964 they moved to FL, where Mr. Paulson died on 6-15-1964.  Mrs. Paulson, who was a native of Auburn, returned to CNY, where she died on 11-4-1982.  

Clifford J. Payne and Esther Letitia Lawes Payne lived on Marvelle Rd. by 1950, having lived before at 301 Ambergate Rd.  By 1955, the family moved from Marvelle Rd. to 26 Pebble Hill Rd., North, in DeWitt.  Mr. Payne was from Rochester and was the district manager for the General Baking Co.  Mrs. Payne was born in Toronto and graduated from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester.  She was an antique collector and dealer.  Mrs. Payne died 11-8-1959, and Mr. Payne died 3-3-1977.  Their children:  James L. Payne of DeWitt,  Leslie L. Payne, who was born about 1929, and lives in East Syracuse, Robert W. Payne of Rockville, MD, and Thomas C. Payne, of DeWitt.

William G. Peacher and Sarah Moore Peacher lived at 54 Ely Dr. by 1955.  Born in New Brunswick, ME, Mr. Peacher moved to Syracuse in 1918, graduated from Syracuse University in 1935, and the College of Chinese Acupuncture in 1973.  He received two master's degrees, a medical degree and a doctorate from SU.  He practiced neurosurgery in Syracuse from 1946 to 1978, and in Riverside, CA, from 1978 until retiring in 1998.  Mrs. Peacher was  born in Ayden, NC, and was a graduate of Kings Daughters School of Nursing in Virginia.  In the 1970's, the couple divorced and Dr. Peacher later remarried.  Sarah Peacher  moved to her native North Carolina where she died in Greenville, at age 80, on 7-14-2001.  She lived in the Fayetteville area from 1945 to 1983.  Like Dr. Peacher, she was a veteran of Army service during WWII.  Dr. Peacher died in Riverside on 5-19-2002, at age 87.  William and Sarah Peacher had four daughters:  Lynne Peacher Goetting, of Downingtown, PA, and her twin, Gayle Peacher Bartlett, born in June, 1946, of Woodridge, IL, Sarah Peacher Yafchak of Bouckville, NY,  and Alison Peacher Coon, born about 1958, of Highland Village, TX.  By his second wife, Dr. Peacher had a daughter, Jacqueline Peacher, of Riverside, CA.

Grace French Peckham lived at 7 Lyndon Rd. by 1960.  She was the widow of Arthur W. Peckham, and Charles Wesley Tooke.  Mrs. Peckham was born in Syracuse.  She received her bachelor's degree in music from Syracuse University in 1918, and her master's degree in  sacred music in 1932, from Union Theological Seminary.  Mrs. Peckham also studied abroad in Fontainebleau, France, with Madia Boulanger.  She was a noted church organist and played for several large churches across the East.  Mrs. Peckham died on 3-14-1987.

Ira J. "Lutz" Peets and Marion Scott Peets lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by the early 1950's.  He was born about 1925, and was a construction worker, and an arc welder for the Carrier Corp.  They were both natives of northern NY.  After divorcing about 1960, Mr. Peets returned to the Massena area.  Mrs. Peets later married E. J. Fleming, and lives now in Rutland, VT.  Mr. and Mrs. Peets had: Susan Peets, who was born about 1949, and Joanne Peets, who was born in August, 1952.

Aaron Bradford Pekins and Ella Buher Pekins lived on Hobson Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Pekins was a mail carrier working from the Syracuse post office.  He was born on 5-19-1909, and served in the USN.  Mrs. Pekins was born 5-30-1910, in Adams, MA, and moved to Albany as a young girl.  She lived in Albany most of her life.  Mrs. Pekins was employed as a waitress at the Sturbridge Village restaurant in MA.  During World War II, she was employed by General Electric as an assembly line worker.  It was probably during this period that the couple lived in Lyndon, and they are believed to have divorced about this time.  She returned to the Albany area, and died there on 1-9-1994.  Mr. Pekins worked in Syracuse for the Hiram Walker Co.  He married Elva Rose Pekins, and retired to Jacksonville, FL, where he died on 10-22-1979.  Elva Pekins died in February, 1986.  Aaron and Ella Pekins had:  Richard F. Pekins, of Albany.  Aaron and Elva R. Pekins had:  Thomas Pekins, of Orlando, and John Pekins, of Tallahassee.

Amos Jefferson Penfield and Katherine Eddy Swartz Penfield lived on Maple Dr. by 1960.  Dr. Penfield is  a graduate of Princeton University and earned his doctoral degree from Johns Hopkins medical school.  Dr. Penfield specialized in gynecology.  He was the son of Dr. Wilder Penfield, a well known Canadian physician and scientist.  Mrs. Penfield is a graduate of Walnut Hill School and Wellesley College. Her parents, Howard and Olive Swartz lived on Maple Dr.  (see their entry below).  Mr. and Mrs. Penfield, who were wed on 6-23-1951, live now in Longboat Key, FL.  Their children:  David Jefferson Penfield, who married Carla Woodman Blanchard Penfield,  Caroline Swartz Penfield, and Linda Rogers Penfield.

Della M. Perkins lived on Genesee St. by 1942.  She was the widow of Jerome C. Perkins, whom she wed in 1892.  Mrs. Perkins was born in Syracuse in 1857, and graduated from Syracuse University.  Her maiden name was possibly Mills.  Mr. Perkins is believed to have died about 1940.  Mrs. Perkins, who had an enduring interest in history, died 9-21-1948, at age 91.  Mrs. Perkins had a son, Arthur Mills, who lived with her in Lyndon, and she and Mr. Perkins had Monroe Perkins, who lived in Syracuse.

Earl Ross Perkins and Clara Harnden Perkins lived on Genesee St. by 1948, and on Kittell Rd. by 1953, having lived earlier on Genesee St.  Mr. Perkins was born on 12-3-1887, in Sullivan, NY, and served in France during WWI.  Mrs. Perkins was born in July,1886, and the couple married about 1919.  Mr. Perkins retired as an insurance agent for the John Hancock Life Insurance Co., and died 7-25-1953.  Mrs. Perkins died on 9-22-1963.

Edson Q. Perkins and Bernice "Bunny" Jack Perkins lived at 202 Hobson Ave. by 1960.  Mr. Perkins was born 10-29-1921,  in Syracuse, and spent most of his life in upstate New York.  He joined the Marines after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and served in the Pacific Theatre in the Solomon Islands campaign.  Mr. Perkins was wounded at Guadalcanal and again at New Britain.  After the war he attended Paul Smith College in the New York Adirondacks.  The couple wed in 1950, and Mr. Perkins worked for the Nationwide Insurance Company as a claims examiner.  After 33 years with Nationwide he retired to Orlando in 1984, where he died on 10-16-2006.  Mrs. Perkins, a native of Corning, NY, was born 1-24-1928, and was very active in Christian education programs.  She died in Orlando on 11-24-1984.  Mr. Perkins was married to Janice Maraghy Hughs from 1987 to 1993.  Edson and Bernice Perkins had:  Deborah Perkins Barbour, who lived in Chittenango, Jennifer Perkins Faulk, who lived in Bakersfield, CA, and Gretchen Perkins-Cochrane, of Liverpool.

Theodore Perl and Jean Krauss Perl lived at 58 Ely Dr. by 1955.  He was born about 1916 and she was born about 1925.  He graduated from Syracuse University's medical school in 1941 and was a physician with an office in the Medical Arts Building in Syracuse, where he practiced radiology.  Dr. Perl died on 2-25-1982.  They had:  Joseph Lee Perl, born in March, 1952, Robin Ellen Perl, born in July, 1954, who is an artist living in Brooklyn, and Elizabeth Perl.

Louis "Frenchy" Perreault and Vizinalda "Dot" Pelokium Perreault lived at the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1947.  They were natives of Quebec Province, Canada.  Mr. Perreault was born in Chersty, QP, on 3-6-1902, and was an equipment mechanic for 30 years for the D. W. Winkelman Construction Co.  During WWII, he worked for the company at various defense-related construction sites in the South before moving to the Syracuse area about 1947, where he worked in their main repair shop on Greenway Ave. in Syracuse.  After leaving Lyndon about 1954, the Perreaults lived in the Baldwinsville area.  They lived at 7493 Surbrook Rd. at Mr. Perreault's death on 5-8-1978.  Mrs. Perreault was born on 2-11-1906, and after her husband's death, she returned to Canada and lived near Montreal.  She died on 7-15-1998. Mrs. Perreault's maiden name may have been Pelokuin.

Velton D. Perry and Emily Farley Perry lived at Lyndon Corners, the intersection of Highbridge Rd. and Genesee St., by 1942,  Their home was just behind a Mobilgas service station that Mr. Perry operated for 33 years.  Mr. Perry was born 2-7-1909, in Georgetown, NY.  He later worked for Precision Castings, and Carpenter Manufacturing, before retiring in 1984.  Mrs. Perry was born in Schenectady about 1907, and moved to the Lyndon area about 1932. She died 1-15-1965.  Mr. Perry later married Pauline Cougler, and died 6-17-1998.  V. D. and Emily Perry had:  Jeannine Perry, who wed William Gabrielson in 1950, lived in Kuala Lumpur, Maylasia, and then in DeWitt, Loretta Perry, who wed Robert Henderson, and lives in Manlius, Agnes Lou Perry, Richard Duane Perry, who graduated from LeMoyne College, wed Carol Beacham in 1960, and lived in Chittenango, Sarah "Sally" Perry Tedd, who lived in Canastota, and Suzanne Perry, who married Norbert Mueller on 8-24-1957, and lives in Jamesville, NY.

Donald E. Peterson and Martha L. Peterson lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1948.  Mr. Peterson was a native of Elmhurst, IL, and was a student at Syracuse University.  He earned a forestry degree in 1950, and they live now in Wilmington, NY.

William S. "Pete" Peterson and Marjorie Martin Peterson moved to the Lyndon Trailer Park in 1949, from CT.  Mr. Peterson was born on 6-10-1920, in Island Pond, VT.  Mrs. Peterson was also a native of New England, and the couple met when they attended high school in North Stratford, NH.  Mr. Peterson was in the USA's Corps of Engineers during WWII.  He celebrated his 24th birthday on 6-10-1944, by participating in the landing in Normandiy.  The Petersons were wed in November, 1945, after his army discharge.  Mr. Peterson worked as a painter and an equipment mechanic for the D. W. Winkelman Construction Co. and the family came to the Syracuse area as a result of his work.  About 1950, the family moved to Chittenango.  Mr. Peterson died on 5-10-1978, of ALS, (Lou Gehrig's Disease).  He was 57.  Mrs. Peterson taught in the business department of Chittenango High School for many years, and she still resides at 206 Tobin Dr. in Chittenango.  They had:  Heidi Peterson DeMaso,  who was born in December, 1947, and is a teacher living in Cortland, NY, Gloria Lynn Peterson, who wed Stuart Grasmeyer, and died in Sydney, Australia, on 7-29-2005, Alan M. Peterson, who was born about 1959 and lives in Chittenango, and Russell Peterson, who was born about 1955, and works for Bristol Laboratories in Princeton, NJ.

Hazel Pfohl lived on Woodside Rd. by 1960.  Mrs. Pfohl was a live-in maid for the Wilson family.  It is thought that her maiden name was Hazel Cosilmon, that she was married to Jacob Pfohl, of Kirkville, and that they had a daughter who was born in February, 1940.

Jack E. Phillips and Yvonne Miller Phillips lived at 30 Marvelle Rd., having lived at 110 Dunham Rd.by 1951, and previously lived in Washington, DC.  Mr. Phillips was born about 1919, and was an electrical engineer for the General Electric Co.  Mrs. Phillips, who was born about 1918, was an accomplished pianist.  They had:  Dr. Harold M. Phillips, who was born about 1946, is a physician and theater owner, and lives in Blue Mountain Lake, NY, Dr. David J. Phillips, who was born about 1949, earned a doctorate in biomedical engineering from Duke University in 1974, and taught at the University of Washington at his death on 6-15-1989, and Marilyn Yvonne Phillips, who was born in May, 1951, graduated from Keuka College, was a teacher, married Frederick Irwin Morey on 8-10-1974, and lived in Jamesville. 

Willard Arthur Phillips and Lillian Helinger Phillips lived at 55 Ely Dr., having moved there from 267 Brattle Rd., Syracuse, about 1960.  Mr. Phillips was the founder of the General Super Plating Co.  He died in 1974, and Mrs. Phillips died on 8-28-1992, at age 90.  They had Mary Louise Phillips, who graduated from Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart, wed Carl Jacob Steigerwald, II, on 8-19-1961, and lived in Newtown Square, PA, and Catherine Anne Phillips, who wed Edward M. O'Donnell, Jr., was a teacher, and resides in Syracuse.

Lewis Clark Pike and Carleise Brown Pike lived at 206 Maple Dr. by 1948.  Mr. Pike was a native of Greece, NY, and was born 1-9-1903.  He attended Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, before coming to the Syracuse area.  Mrs. Pike was born on 3-20-1911, and attended Nyack College. She was a social worker.  The couple divorced in May, 1956. Mr. Pike then married Ruth Colburn Pike, and they lived at 206 Maple Dr. by 1960.  He worked as a salesman for the Onondaga Dairy Supply Co. and as sales and service supervisor for the Wyandotte Chemical Co.  Ruth Pike is believed to have died about 1979 in FL, and Mr. Pike later wed Jean Pike.  He died in FL on 8-19-1992.  Jean Pike is believed to have died on 8-12-2001.  Lewis and Carleise Pike had a daughter, Roberta Pike Wheeler, who lived in Elizabethton, TN.  Carleise Pike opened the first day-care center for senior citizens in Syracuse, in 1950, and her program became a prototype for the Salvation Army's work with the elderly.  She also founded the Pioneer Activity Center in 1966, which was the first community residence for visually impaired adults.   Mrs. Pike was a life resident of CNY, and resided in Manlius at her death on 11-17-1993.

Albert D. Pizio and Mary Goodrich Pizio lived at 29 Lyndon Rd. by 1960.  Mr. Pizio was a life resident of the Syracuse area.  He was an Army veteran of World War II and was taken prisioner by the German army during the Battle of the Bulge.  Mr. Pizio was a restaurateur, and began his career when he founded Pizio's Drive-in restaurants in 1939.  He continued operating the restaurants until 1976.  Mr. Pizio owned and operated Captain Ahab's Restaurant, in DeWitt.  He also owned P-Z-O Distributing Co. and for 35 years operated a food concession at the New York State fair.  Mrs. Pizio was a graduate of the Powelson Business Institute, and assisted in the family's restaurants.  Mr. Pizio died 11-11-1987, and Mrs. Pizio died 12-26-1997.  They had:  Janet Pizio Keenan, who lived in Atlanta, Sharon Pizio Brown, who died in January, 2001, Marsha Pizio Cooke, who lived in Jamesville, David E. Pizio, of Jamesville, and Doris Pizio Bell, of Fayetteville.

George B. Plunkett and Marjory Donohoe Plunkett lived on Highbridge Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Plunkett was born in PA about 1891, and was a salesman for the Globe Ticket Co.  Mrs. Plunkett was born about 1897, and was an antique dealer.  They had:  Marjory G. Plunkett, and Mary Patricia Plunkett.

Clarke Harriman Pohl and Charlotte Bowker Pohl lived at 12 Lynacres Blvd.  Mr. Pohl was the owner and operator of Perry Pies Bakery, and was a general contractor and designer of custom homes.  Born in Syracuse, Mrs. Pohl was a graduate of Syracuse University.  The couple wed in 1934.  Mrs. Pohl taught Latin in the Fayetteville school district, and served as president of Syracuse Boys Club.  They moved to Naples, FL, about 1975.  Mrs. Pohl died there on 12-15-2000, and Mr. Pohl died there on 8-1-2002.  They had:  Suzanne Pohl Moulton, of Ashburnham, MA, Nancy Pohl Ginter, of Naples, and Skip Pohl, of Pacific Palisades, CA.

Maurice A. Pohl and Charlotte Bowker Pohl lived at 12 Lynacres Blvd. by 1951.  Mr. Pohl was born in West Leyden, NY, on 5-10-1887, and moved to the Syracuse area in 1920.  He was a designer and builder of homes.  Mrs. Pohl, a native of England, was a music enthusiast, and played both the piano and the accordion.  The couple moved to Naples, FL, where Mrs. Pohl died on 11-27-1976, and Mr. Pohl died on 9-21-1979.  They had a daughter who wed Henry Lee, and lived in Philadelphia, and a son, Clarke Pohl  (see above).  

Edward F. Pope and Ruth Emily Landin Pope lived at 108 Edwards Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Pope was born on 9-11-1902, and Mrs. Pope was born on 11-29-1911. Both were natives of Oconto Falls, WI.  Mr. Pope was an executive with the Carrier Corp. and, in the late 1950's, was transferred to Toronto to help manage the company's Canadian operations.  About 1966, the couple retired to Vero Beach, FL, and were living there at Mr. Pope's death on 5-18-1994, and Mrs. Pope's death on 3-23-2003.  They had a daughter, Susan Pope Witte, who was born about 1939, and lives in Houston.

Donald Porter and Margaret Ferstler Porter lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1951.  Mr. Porter was a meat cutter for the P. & C. grocery chain, and later became the manager of the company's Manlius store.  Mrs. Porter was a secretary at Crouse-Hinds.

Francis Albert Porter and Isabel Harkness Porter lived at 223 Maple Dr. by 1960.  He was born in 1901 and was a superintendent for the Ross Smelting Co.  The couple later moved to Orleans County, NY, where he died on 12-15-1981, and she died 2-27-1985.  They had:  Francis Porter, Jr., who worked for the Precision Castings Co., and a daughter.

Dudley K. Post and Marguerite Post lived at 217 Edwards Dr. by 1955.  He was the president of D. K. Post and Co., an electrical company.  Mr. Post was one of the organizers of the U.S. Power Squadron in Syracuse and taught navigation classes.  He also was an organizer of a reserve unit of the Coast Guard, and in 1941 he was commissioned a captain of the 8th Naval District.  In his later years, Mr. Post devoted a great deal of time to his pet project, Camp Goodwill, a summer camp in Chittenango for handicapped children.  The couple moved to California a few years before Mr. Post's death on 3-2-1988, in Escondido. 

Willis C. Postma lived on Dewey Ave. by 1948, and by 1951, lived on the Jamesville-Manlius Rd.  He was born in 1925, and grew up in Pompey, NY.  Mr. Postma served in WWII, and married Ursula Postma about 1950.  Mrs. Postma was born about 1927, and lives now in Park Ridge, IL.  Mr. Postma worked as a receiving clerk at the Stone Mfg. Co. and later became a salesman for the firm.  HIs new position required that he move to the Chicago area.  The couple divorced and he wed Doris Neitzel in Mt. Prospect, IL, on 6-17-1967.  She was born 3-14-1925, in Horicon, WI, was a RN, and died on 12-12-2007.  Ursula and Willis Postma had:  Charles Postma, who lives in Glenview, IL, and Martha Postma, who wed Charles Rennau, and resides in CA.

Harry E. Potter and Ruth Fisher Potter lived at 25 Lyndon Rd. by 1960.  He was retired.  Mrs. Potter later resided in Ithaca, and Lancaster, PA, where she died on 9-1-1971.  Their children:  Isabel Potter, who wed Roland L. Lamphier, (see the Lamphier entry above), another daughter who wed William R. Greist, and lived in Lancaster, Harry Potter, Jr., who lived in Syracuse, and Donald C. Potter, who lived in Baldwinsville.

Allen S. Prescott and Harriet Daboll Prescott lived at 520 Maple Dr. by 1942.  Dr. Prescott was born in Kirkville, MO, on 1-17-1907, and came to the Syracuse area when his father, Dr. Allen Z. Prescott, opened an office there.  A. S. Prescott graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy in 1930 and did his residency at the Philadelphia Hospital of Osteopathic Medicine.  He returned to Syracuse in 1932, and maintained a practice as an osteopathic physician until he retired in 1973.   Mrs. Prescott graduated in 1932 from Syracuse University. She was active in many civic causes, and was a civilian airplane spotter during WWII.  Mrs. Prescott died 12-29-1973, and Dr. Prescott died 11-19-1974.  Their children:  Joanne Prescott Mahendrin, of Kuala Lumpur,  Malaysia, and Allen S. Prescott, Jr., who lived in Los Angeles.

Frederick W. "Fritz" Prill and Marjorie "Ginger" Smith Prill lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park.  Mrs. Prill lived with her parents, Maynard and Sara Smith, in the Park prior to her marriage in 1952.  She and Mr. Prill then acquired their own trailer.  Mr. Prill was a lifetime resident of the Syracuse area and served with the USN in 1948.  He worked in the drug and grocery field, and Mrs. Prill was an office worker.  Mr. Prill was very active in the Ski Patrol and served 33 years with the DeWitt Volunteer Fire Department, where he was a captain in the rescue unit.  He died on 1-5-1998, and Mrs. Prill still resides in the Park--where she has lived for about 60 years.

Robert Pugh and Mildred Mary Smithling Pugh lived on Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Pugh was a used car dealer in the Eastwood section of Syracuse.  Mrs. Pugh was born in Little Falls, NY, on 2-3-1910, but lived most of her life in Syracuse.  During the early 1930s, she was a professional ballerina and performed several times at NYC's famed Palace Theater.  Mrs. Pugh died on 5-5-1993.  They had:  Gary R. Pugh, who lived in Lakeport, NY,  Lawrence A. Pugh, who lived in Glendale, AZ, Ronald Lee Pugh, who wed Nancy Lee Welch, and lived in Syracuse, and Jack R. Pugh, who lived in Omaha, NE. 

William J. Purtell, Sr., and Genevieve "Jennie" Reals Purtell lived at 218 Kittell Rd. by 1951, and on Montgomery Rd. by 1960.  Mr. Purtell was born in 1895, in Syracuse, and lived most of his life in the DeWitt area.  As a young man he worked as a laborer at a cement plant in Jamesville.  He later worked 13 years for the General Electric Co. as a member of their security force, and died on 1-28-1958.  Mrs. Purtell was born in 1898, and died in East Syracuse on 2-27-1971.  They had:  Wayne Purtell (see below), William Purtell, (see below), and Curtis C. Purtell, who served in the Korean conflict, married Barbara Hill, was a champion golfer, worked as co-owner of Purtell-Kulas Screen Printing, and died 3-5-2006.

Wayne F. "Ted" Purtell and V. Margaret Hotchkiss Purtell lived on Montgomery Rd. by 1953.  Mr. Purtell served in the USN during WWII.  Later he was a photographer and supervisor for the General Electric Co.  Mrs. Purtell was an executive secretary at GE.  She died on 11-17-1996.  Mr. Purtell is thought to be residing now in Rochester.  Their children:  Frederick W. Purtell, who graduated from Boston College in 1969, wed Sharon M. Walsh, was an investment broker, and died on 3-29-1994, as a result of an auto accident, and Gary E. Purtell, who was born in Syracuse, worked as a bartender, and resided in Rochester at his death on 8-24-2000.

William I. Purtell, Jr., and Betty Taylor Purtell lived on the Miles Ave. Ext. by 1951, and on Montgomery Rd. by 1955.  Mr. Purtell was a veteran of WWII and the Korean War.  He was an engineer for the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Co., and the Smith-Corona-Marchant Corp.  He was also a purchasing agent for the Thermold Corp.  Mr. Purtell died 9-3-2003.  They had:  Thomas W. Purtell, and Robert Jay Purtell.

Earl William Rabitow and Margaret McCollum Rabitow lived at the Lyndon Trailer Park by 1948, and on Mott Rd. in Fayetteville by 1951.  Mr. Rabitow was born on 6-4-1905, and grew up in the Auburn, NY, area.  Mrs. Rabitow was born 1-22-1909, and was a native of Skaneateles Falls, NY.  The couple wed on 4-10-1929, and lived first with her family in Elbridge, NY.  Mrs. Rabitow was a self-employed accountant for small businesses.  Mr. Rabitow worked for the D. W. Winkelman Construction Co.  He died on 11-13-1968, and Mrs. Rabitow was living at 210 Wilshire Rd. in Solvay at her death on 3-15-1995.

Stanley F. Raflowski and Stella Trepa Raflowski lived on Cedar Bay Rd. by 1960.  Mr. Raflowski was born on 5-1-1910.  He was a native of Scranton, PA, but lived in the East Syracuse area 63 years.  Mr. Raflowski worked for the Prosperity Co. until they moved from CNY in the early 1960's, and he then worked for the Lamson Corp.  He retired from there in 1972.  Mrs. Raflowski was born on 2-10-1911.  They lived in Fayetteville at Mr. Raflowski's death on 1-6-1987, at age 76.  Mrs. Raflowski was 90, and residing in Bryant, TX, when she died on 5-8-2001.

Robert Ralph and Helen Meikleham Ralph lived in the Knollwood section of Lyndon by 1942.  Mr. Ralph was from Lancashire, England, and Mrs. Ralph was a native of Scotland. The family came to America in 1927.  He was a machinist at the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Corp., and she worked as a domestic and for the General Electric Co.  Mrs. Ralph was a Gold Star mother--her son, Frederick Ralph, having died in the service in 1943.  Mr. Ralph died in 1963, and Mrs. Ralph died 7-17-1993, at age 100.  They had:  Marjorie Ralph Hammond, who served in the WAVES during WWII, and lived in Hancock, MA, Robert M. Ralph, who lived in CA, and Frederick Wilson Ralph, who was an aerial gunner for the Royal Canadian Air Force and was lost and presumed dead following an air raid over Germany on 5-23 and 5-24-1943.

Charles A. Randall and Mary Louise Lentz Randall lived at 310 Edwards Dr. by 1953.  Mr. Randall was born in Syracuse and was an electrician for the Fischback and Moore firm before opening his own electrical contracting company in 1953.  Mrs. Randall died in 1982, and Mr. Randall later wed Jane Randall.  He lived in Pompey before moving to Florida where he died at North Palm Beach on 4-24-2000.  He was 93. The children of Charles and Mary Randall:  Joan Randall O'Keefe, who lives in Northbrook, IL, Robert "Buck" Randall, who was a NYS Trooper and the police chief in DeWitt before his death on 4-7-2003, and C. Jefferson Randall, who lives in Washington, DC.  Mr. Randall's brother, Paul Randall, also lived in Lyndon, (see his entry below).

Paul W. Randall and Mary Anne Marx Randall lived at 28 Ely Dr. by 1948, and at 103 Valerie Circle in Fayetteville by 1961.  Mr. Randall was born on 2-21-1904.  He operated a statewide electrical construction contracting business.  Mr. Randall died on 2-27-1988.  They had:  Marsha Randall, who graduated from Rosary Hill College, wed Donald S. Jaquin on 8-15-1964, and lived in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Randall's sister, Bertha Marx Sanders, also lived in Lyndon, (see their entry).

Ferdinand Ransom and Addie Brown Ransom lived at 209 Kittell Rd. by 1954.  Mrs. Ransom was a native of Cranbury, NJ.  Mr. Ransom was born in Chazy, NY, on 2-24-1892, and served in the army during WWI.  He was a central office supervisor for  the NY Telephone Co. in NYC for 41 years, before moving to Lyndon about 1953.  Mrs. Ransom died  3-2-1962.  Mr. Ransom died 1-12-1969.  They had:  Benjamin P. Ransom, who was a graduate of RPI, wed Shirley Kidder, a pianist, in 1956, was an engineer for General Electric, and lived in Holland Patent, NY.

Allan E. Rasmussen and Irene Hill Rasmussen lived on Old Quarry Rd. by 1960.  Born in Troy, NY, Mr. Rasmussen graduated from Cornell University in 1949.  He was a mechanical engineer for the General Electric Co.  Mr. Rasmussen was with them in Schenectady for two years, Johnson City for eight years, and Syracuse for 26 years, before retiring in 1985.  He was the manager of GE's radar mechanical engineering section for many years.  Mr. Rasmussen's mother, Elsie Marie Rasmussen, died in Troy, NY, on 10-8-1957, and his father, Dr. Marius P. Rasmussen, moved to Lyndon and lived with his son's family.  Dr. Rasmussen was a professor at Cornell University, and was residing in Ithaca at his death in January, 1970.  The Allan Rasmussen family returned to Glens Falls, and Mr. Rasmussen died there on 1-27-2000.  Their children:  Glen Rasmussen, Richard Rasmussen, and Donald Rasmussen.

Roy Rasmussen and Grace Mack Rasmussen lived on Dewey Ave. by 1948, having lived earlier in Fayetteville.   Mr. Rasmussen was a caretaker who worked for William Crull, on Maple Dr., (see the Crull listing).  They had:  Gladys Rasmussen, Earl Rasmussen, who was born about 1919, and was a machine operator at the Precision Castings Co., and Wayne J. Rasmussen, who was born on 8-27-1925, served in WWII, worked for the General Motors Corp. for 35 years, wed a Miss Girnik, moved to Poland, NY, in 1986, and died on 10-2-1992.

George M. Raus and Mary Margaret Raus lived at the corner of Kingsley Rd. and Leverett Lane by 1960.  Dr. Raus was a native of Syracuse,  and a 1936 graduate of Syracuse University's medical school.  The couple wed about 1939.  After six years of private practice, Dr. Raus served as a captain in the Army's hospital in Chester, England, during World War II.  After the war, he was a resident and fellow at NYU's Bellevue Medical Center, where he became board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation.  He then returned to CNY, and practiced at the VA medical center, and taught at the SUNY medical center.  He retired in 1986, but continued to see patients until shortly before his death on 8-8-1993.  Mrs. Raus was born 5-18-1914.  She was a native of Syracuse, and was active in many charitable causes.  Mrs. Raus died 10-28-2002.  Their children: Sandra Raus Fahey, who lives in Manlius, and George Raus, Jr., who is an attorney and former City Court judge, and resides in Syracuse.

Viola Ravenelle lived on Genesee St. by 1948.  Mrs. Ravenelle was a waitress at Casey's Hotel, and then worked for Atblake Laboratories.  She had a daughter, Patricia Jane Ravenelle Rouse, who was born about 1932, worked as a bookkeeper for the Monarch Liquor Co., and lives in Camillus.

Alan C. Ray and Nancy Lucrecia Kessler Ray lived on Brockway Lane by 1960.  Mr. Ray was born on 10-10-1919, and had a collision service.  Mrs. Ray is thought to have been born on 12-26-1925, and married Mr. Ray in Oswego, about 1942.   Mr. Ray later lived in Ft. Lauderdale, where he died 10-17-1999.  They had:  Alan Ray, II, who lived in Fayetteville, and Ann Miranda Ray.

Anna Gleason Reals lived at 215 Hobson Ave. by 1960.  She was the widow of Clarence J. Reals, who was born 6-23-1909, and died on 3-24-1950, at age 40.  Mr. Reals was a native of Jamesville and worked for the U. S. Hoffman Co.  Mrs. Reals was also a native of Jamesville, and was born 4-5-1909.  She moved to Lyndon about 1956, and died on 11-12-1997.  They had:  Howard L. Reals, of Jamesville, Lawrence Reals, who wed Virginia M. Reals, and lived in East Syracuse before his death on 6-4-1983, David W. Reals, who was born about 1941, and lives in East Syracuse, and Brigadier General Gail M. Reals of Arlington, VA.  General Reals was born on 9-1-1935, in Syracuse, and has the honor of being the first female to become a general in the Marine Corps. 

Bert A. Reals lived on Maple Dr. by 1930.  He was a native and life resident of the Lyndon area, and a part of the large Reals family that lived in DeWitt Park.  At various times, he was a farmer, a quarryman, and a contractor.  He died on 3-25-1953.

Fred J. Reals and Cora Elliott Reals lived on Miles Ave. by 1930, and later lived at  219 Hobson Ave.  A native of Fayetteville, Mr. Reals was a pony fancier and a life member of the Shetland Pony Club.  He was a contractor. Their daughter, Hannah Reals, married Charles Paul, and also lived on Hobson Ave. (see above).  Mrs. Reals was born 10-10-1897, and was a native and life-long resident of Fayetteville.  The couple wed about 1917.  Mr. Reals was born 5-8-1894, and died on 2-22-1975, at their winter home in Clermont, FL.   Mrs. Reals died at home in Lyndon on 5-17-1975.  

Irving H. Reals lived on Maple Dr. by 1927.  He was born about 1887, and was a truck driver for the Town of DeWitt.  He was the brother of Bert and Fred Reals who lived nearby (see above).  Mr. Reals married  Florence Chapman Reals about 1909.  She is believed to have died during the 1940's.  

James E. Reals and Mary O'Neill Reals lived on Hobson Ave. by about 1936.  The couple wed on 11-23-1902.  Before moving to Lyndon he was employed by the H. H. Franklin Motor Co. as a foreman.  Later, he worked in the stock room at the Precision Castings Co. in Fayetteville.  Several of his siblings, including Fred J. Reals, lived nearby (see above).  Mr. Reals died on 11-23-49, his 47th wedding anniversary.  They had:  a daughter who wed Francis J. Hogan, and a son, Francis J. Reals, both of Syracuse.  

Earle William Rearwin and Evelyn Blood Rearwin lived at 6 Ely Dr. by 1951.  He was born 9-15-1908, and was the plant engineer for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Rearwin was residing in High Point, NC, at his death on 1-9-1995, and Mrs. Rearwin lives now in Trinity, NC.  They had a daughter, Gayle Rearwin, born 9-18-1952, who also lives in Trinity.

William V. Redfield and Jean Campbell Redfield lived at 50 Marvelle Rd., having lived previously on Goodrich Ave. in Syracuse.   Earlier the couple lived 2 Morton Rd., the home of Mrs. Redfield's parents, while he attended medical school.  Dr. Redfield was born on 4-26-1919, and graduated from Hobart College in 1940, and Syracuse University's medical school in 1943.  Dr. Redfield specialized in obstetrics and gynecology.  Mrs. Redfield was a native of Ithaca, NY, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1941.  She died on 1-7-1991, and Dr. Redfield married Mary Miller Redfield.  He moved to 118 Spyglass Lane in Fayetteville, and resided there at his death on 2-15-2003.  The children of William and Jean Redfield:  Caroline Redfield Green, Rev. William C. Redfield, the pastor of Trinity Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, and Aliene Redfield Maxon.

William Homer Reeve and Jean Reeve lived at 55 Ely Dr. in 1953.  He was the president of the Easy Washer Machine Corp.  Mr. Reeve later married Ruth Davies Reeve, the widow of Harry Davies, the CEO of Marine Midland Bank who had died on 12-5-1956.  The Reeves and Davies lived next to each other on Ely Dr. (see the Davies entry).  Mr. Reeve and Ruth Reeve moved to Ft. Lauderdale about 1958, and she died there on 2-21-1971.  W. H. and Jean Reeve had:  William H. Reeve, Jr., who lived in Cincinnati, and then in Pompano Beach, FL.

Chester B. Reeves and Mildred Belge Reeves lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Reeves was born in Pompey about 1909.  He was an Air Corps veteran of World War II.  Mr. Reeves worked as a glazier for the Onondaga Pottery Co. and later worked for the Cazenovia  Gas and Oil Co.  His brother, Walter F. Reeves, and his sister, Elizabeth Reeves Daggett, both lived nearby  (see their individual entries).  By 1957, the couple had separated and Mrs. Reeves lived in Fayetteville, and Mr. Reeves was living in Cazenovia.  He subsequently married Ann Colucci, and lived on Hope Ave. in Syracuse,  Mr. Reeves died on 11-22-1974, and Ann Colucci Reeves died on 11-23-81.  

Walter F. Reeves and Sue M. Reeves lived on Lyndon Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Reeves was a native of Pompey, and moved to Chittenango in 1951.  He retired as a foreman after 47 years at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Reeves, a native of Wales, came to the US in 1920.  She died 2-26-1989, and Mr. Reeves died in CA, on 2-10-1991, while visiting relatives.

Douglas McCaull Reid and Charlotte Rood Reid lived at 105 Olympia Ave.  He was born in MA in 1919, and lived at home with his parents at 103 Olympia Ave. before enlisting in the Army in May, 1941.  By 1948, Mr. Reid had married and formed his own family at 105 Olympia Ave., where he still lives.  He was a foreman for Bristol Labs. They had:  Karen Reid and Douglas Reid.

William Reid and Barbara F. Reid lived at 103 Olympia Ave. by 1930.  Mr. Reid was born in Scotland in 1875, and the couple wed in 1905.  Mrs. Reid was born in 1882.  They lived in MA and MD before moving to CNY, sometime after 1919. Mr. Reid worked as a landscape gardener for Syracuse University.  Their children:  Douglas McCaull Reid, (see above), and Alice C. Reid, who was born in MD in 1918, and was a stenographer for the Burns Brothers plumbing firm.

Herbert Reigelman moved to Ely Dr. in 1957.  He lived previously in the Skyline Apts. on James St., in Syracuse.  In 1952, he left Montgomery Ward & Co. as a vice president, to come to Syracuse and accept a position as marketing manager for a division of General Electric.  

Edward William Reinheimer and Olga Schlosser Reinheimer lived at 26 Ely Dr., having purchased the home new in 1950.  Mr. Reinheimer was born 5-17-1898, and grew up in the Syracuse area.  He worked for the Cherry-Burrell Corp.  Mrs. Reinheimer was a native of Syracuse, and died 1-19-1992, at age 91.  The couple had a son:  Warren Edward Reinheimer, who was an engineer for GE and lived in DeWitt before his death on 9-23-1996.

Fred E. Reynolds and Mabel Jones Reynolds lived at 203 Maple Dr. by 1960.  He was born in Farmington, NY, and retired in 1977, after more than 50 years as an engineer with the New York Central railroad.   Mr. Reynolds died on 7-11-1999, in Clifton Springs, at age 92.

Herbert G. Reynolds and Rea H. Reynolds lived on Maple Dr. by 1942, having lived previously in Decatur, GA, and in Watertown, MA.  Mr. Reynolds was born in Melrose, MA, on 9-12-1888, and was a mechanical engineer.  While in Lyndon, he was the works manager for the Lamson Corp.  Mrs. Reynolds, a native of PA, was born about 1890, and wed Mr. Reynolds about 1912.  He resided in Torrance, CA, at his death in March, 1969.  Their children:  Gardner H. Reynolds, who was born about 1915,  was a pilot in WWII, awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and Air medal with three oak leaf clusters, and wed Paula Reynolds, Ann Reynolds, born about 1920, and George Robert Reynolds, born on 1-28-1925, served with the USN aviation corps during WWII, lived in Rome, NY, and died on 4-30-2000.

Foster T. Rhodes and Josephine Williams Rhodes lived on Leverett Lane by 1942.  Mr. Rhodes was born 5-16-1906, in Glens Falls, NY.  He received a degree in mechanical engineering from Cornell University and did graduate work at MIT.  He was the assistant superintendent of the Onondaga Pottery Co. and later became the president and chairman of the board at the Syracuse China Co.  Mrs. Rhodes was also born in Glens Falls, NY, and moved to the Syracuse area in 1932, following her graduation from Vassar College.  Mr. Rhodes died on 9-18-1967, and Mrs. Rhodes died on 4-1-1997.  They had Stanley W. Rhodes, who attended Amherst College, and lived in West Redding, CT, and Ellen Rhodes Haberer, who wed John F. Haberer, and lived in Toronto.

J. Francis Rhydur and Mattie McKee Rhydur lived at 706 Maple Dr. by 1942.  Both were lifelong residents of the DeWitt area.  Mr. Rhydur was born about 1888, and lived for many years with his widowed mother, Winifred "Winnie" Rhydur, and two unmarried sisters, Winifred Rhydur and Ella Rhydur.  Mrs. Winifred Rhydur was born in May, 1844, in Ireland, and came to America in 1870.  She died on 7-1-1926.  Her husband, Patrick Rhydur, was born in Ireland in January, 1835, and came to this country in 1864.  The couple wed in America about 1880.  Their daughter, Winifred B. Rhydur, was born in August, 1881, and died on 1-29-1933.  Their other daughter, Ella R. Rhydur,  was born in September, 1883.  She was returning from church services on the evening of 2-26-1929, when she was struck and killed by a speeding auto as she was crossing Genesee St. near Maple Dr.  Both of the sisters worked as stenographers.  J. F. Rhydur was a quarryman in Jamesville, and a farmer, and died on 9-6-1955.  Mattie Rhydur died on 9-9-1962.

Arthur P. Rich and Mary Rich lived at 107 Kittell Rd. by 1942, and later lived in Syracuse.  Mr. Rich was born 10-6-1906, and was the superintendent of the Central New York Power Co.--a predecessor of Niagara Mohawk.  He retired from Niagara-Mohawk in 1971 after 43 years of service.  Mrs. Rich was born in Canada but lived in Syracuse most of her life.  Mr. Rich died 8-1979, and Mrs. Rich died 10-6-1987.  They had:  Arthur Peter Rich, who lived in East Syracuse, and Mary Alice Rich, who wed Peter Parker, and lived in Morristown, NJ.

David K. Richards and Mary Richards lived at 118 Dewey Ave. by 1953, and moved to Henneberry Rd. in Manlius by 1954.  Mr. Richards was a graduate of Wesleyan College and the University of Nebraska.  The couple wed about 1950.  He was an architect and worked for the Sargent, Webster, Crenshaw and Folley firm, as a project manager.  In 1966, he accepted an appointment to the faculty of Syracuse University, and taught architectural graphics.  In the 1970's, he was an architect for NYS and worked on designing energy efficient schools.  In his retirement, Mr. Richards has written three books.  The latest is an historical novel, "The Quest," published in 2006.

Ward J. Richards and Mary Richards lived at 203 Kittell Rd. by 1948.  He may have been born on 5-1-1909. He was a restaurant chef.  The couple probably separated in September, 1951.  Mrs. Richards previously married and divorced Frank Spadter, of Canastota.  With him she had Georgiann Spadter, and Margaret Spadter, (see below).

Julius B. Richmond and Rhee Chidekel Richmond lived at 50 Ely Dr., having moved there in 1953.  Dr. Richmond was born 9-26-1016, in Chicago.  He received his collegiate and medical education at the University of Illinois, having earned his MD degree in 1939.  During WWII, he served as a flight surgeon in the Army Air Corps.  Dr. Richmond came to the Upstate Medical Center as chairman of the department of pediatrics in 1953, and  became the dean of the faculty in 1967.  For a period in the early 1960's, Dr. Richmond took a leave of absence and was an official of the Office of Economic Opportunity, serving under Sargent Shriver.  In 1971, Dr. Richmond accepted a professorship at Harvard University.  Once again, Dr. Richmond took a leave of absence from teaching and was the Surgeon General of the United States from 1977 to 1981.  He then returned to Harvard and resumed teaching before retiring in 1988.  They had three sons:  Barry Richmond, who is a medical researcher for the National Institute of Mental Health and lives in Bethesda, MD, Charles Richmond, who lives in Indianapolis, and Dale Richmond.

Louis J. Ripich and Ann Monacelli Ripich lived at 708 Maple Dr. by 1960, and later lived at 510 Maple Dr.  Dr. Ripich graduated from Syracuse University's medical school about 1962, and practiced psychiatry from offices in the State Tower Building in Syracuse.  Mrs. Ripich is very active in Republican politics. They had:  Louis Ripich, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1977, married Cindy Piccoli, worked as a television producer, and was residing in Santa Monica, CA, at his death on 1-28-1996, Linda Ann "Lina" Ripich Walukevich, who resides in Franklin, MA, Alexandra Ripich Donnelly, of Carlsbad, CA, and Gregory Ripich of Ann Arbor, MI.

Frank M. Rives and Melicent (or Millicent) Smith Rives lived at 8 Lyndon Rd. by 1950.  He was a native of Austin, TX, and graduated from the University of Texas.  During summer recesses from college, Mr. Rives was a ship telegrapher for the United Fruit Co., primarily plying the Gulf of Mexico.  Mr. Rives retired in 1966, after 42 years as an electrical engineer for the General Electric Co.  He enjoyed many hobbies, including ham radio, furniture and cabinet making, and harmonica playing.  Mr. Rives probably died in FL, in 1981.  Mrs. Rives was born 3-31-1897, and died in Naples, FL, on 5-31-2001, at the age of 104.  Their children:  Nancy Rives Messerly, who was born about 1931, attended Michigan State University, and lives in Naples, and Marilynn Rives.

David N. Rogers and Eleanor Richards Rogers lived at 51 Ely Dr. by 1955.  He was a manufacturer's representative with the R. W. Mitscher Co.  Their children:  Edward Rogers, who is a real estate investor, and lives in Grand Rapids, MI, Neal Rogers, who operates a coffee supply business in Grand Rapids, and Richard Rogers, who was a flight instructor in FL.

Ann E. Rohman lived on Miles Ave. Ext.  by 1942, and later lived at 219 Hobson Ave.  She was a native of Yorkvllle, and resided in Fayetteville and the Town of DeWitt since 1931.  Mrs. Rohman died on 5-13-1969.
Mrs. Rohman had been married to Arthur W. Rohman, of Whiteboro, NY, who survived her.

Robert Elton Romig and Ellen Barker Romig lived at 39 Lynacres Blvd. by 1960.  Rev. Romig was born in Fort Scott, KS, on 5-16-1908.  He was raised as a Methodist on a farm in CO and was a 1929 graduate of the University of Denver.  Rev. Romig studied at the Iloff School of Theology in Denver and the Meadville Theological Seminary in Chicago.  Prior to coming to CNY in 1941, he was minister at the First Unitarian Church in Duluth. MN.  Rev. Romig was the pastor of the May Memorial Unitarian Society in Syracuse from 1941 to 1946.  He then entered the business world, becoming an owner-operator of Functional  Communications Corp., an affiliate of Muzak.  Alter his retirement in 1979, Rev. Romig wrote a book, "Reasonable Religion," published in 1984.  In it he is critical of much of traditional religion and proposed that believers seek a simple, effective and logical creed.  Rev. Romig died on 9-17-1986, and Mrs. Romig, a native of Omaha, died on 3-15-1993.  They had:  Jeanie Romig Bengston, who lived in Wallingford, PA, and John E. Romig, who lived in Cazenovia.

John S. Roscoe and Dorothy Whitnall Roscoe lived on Leverett Lane by 1942.  They lived earlier at 1922 S. Salina St. in Syracuse following their marriage on 5-19-1928.  Mr. Roscoe graduated from Ohio State  University in 1924 with a degree in electrical engineering and immediately joined the Lincoln Electric Co.  He was the district manager in Syracuse for 20 years before being promoted to the home office in Cleveland.  They had a son and a daughter.

Charles T. Rose and Rutha Larkin Rose lived at 111 Hobson Ave., arriving there in 1952.  Mr. Rose was a native of Syracuse and was born in 1908.  He worked as a sprayer for the U. S. Hoffman Corp. and retired in 1973 after 42 years of service.  Mrs. Rose was born in Adams, NY, in 1909.  She worked at  the DeWitt Dry Cleaners.  Mrs. Rose's mother, Lillian Franklin Larkin, a native of Henderson, NY, lived with the family from 1957 until her death on 8-8-1965.  Mrs. Rutha Rose died in 1972, and Mr. Rose later married Leona Doris Rose.  He was residing in Minoa when he died on 2-16-1995, at age 87.  Charles and Rutha Rose had:  Theodore F. Rose, who was born 5-7-1928, was a veteran of the Korean conflict, wed Lois Mae Mosher in 1953, and resided in Minoa before his death on 9-23-2006, Robert R. Rose of Rochester, NY, and Richard Daniel Rose, who wed Camille Louise Sforza in 1966, owned a transmission repair business, and died on 2-20-1994, of complications following a lung transplant.

Jack J. Rose and Lois Socolof Rose moved at 42 Lynacres Blvd. in 1958.  Dr. Rose was born on 5-15-1915, and was a graduate of Syracuse University and Case Western Reserve Dental School.  He served four years in the Navy during WWII, achieving the rank of lieutenant commander aboard the USS Solomon, and had a dental practice for many years in Syracuse.  The couple resided in Florida, at his death on 3-19-1997.  Mrs. Rose is now a resident of Lake Mary, FL.  Their children:  Claudia Lynne Rose, who married Ted Morehouse, and lives in Sherman, CT, Margery Beth Rose, who married Dr. Henry Schoeneck, and resides in Jamesville, Jennifer "Jeni" Paige Rose, who wed Thierry Bonneau, and lives in Paris, France, and Jodie Pamela Rose, who was born on 10-12-1950, lived most of her life in Rome, NY, and died there on 11-15-1994, at age 44.  The Roses have seven grandchildren and one great-grand-daughter. 

William F. Ross and Jessica Neider Ross managed the Lyndon Trailer Park for her parents, John and Hazel Neider.  Both families lived in an older home on Highbridge Rd.--adjacent to the entrance to the Park.  Mr. Ross was born on 7-28-1912, and was a foreman at the Crucible Steel Co., and later was a service manager for the Pitney-Bowes Co.  Mrs. Ross was born on 5-11-1911, and the couple wed on 5-29-1938, in NYC.  The family moved to the Miami area about 1950, where Mrs. Ross died on 10-8-1992, and Mr. Ross died on 9-26-2004.  Their children:  Gary W. Ross, who was born about 1939, and died about 1985 in FL, of leukemia, and Linda Ross Huther, who was born about 1945, and lives now in Reston, VA.

Luman H. Rounds and Hazel St. Denny Rounds lived at 111 Hobson Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Rounds was born 6-25-1900.  He was previously married to Doris Bajus Rounds, who died 3-5-1941, at age 40.  He was a self-employed salesman, and later was a foreman at the General Electric Co.  Mr. Rounds died in Kirkville on 11-8-1967.  Luman and Doris Rounds had:  Doris Virginia Rounds, who also worked for GE, and married Malcolm Heffernan of Manlius, on 5-17-1952.  Luman and Hazel Rounds had:  Patricia Rounds, who wed David J. Smith in 1968, Rev. Roger C. Rounds, who attended Houghton College, Bruce Rounds, of Kirkville, and Joseph Rounds, also of Kirkville. 

George D. Ruby and Miriam Kinne Ruby lived on Kittell Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Ruby was a native of Oneida. He was a 1934 cum laude graduate of Syracuse University and a 1936 graduate of their College of Law.  Mr. Ruby was a lawyer with the Costello, Cooney and Fearon law firm in Syracuse from 1936 to 1943, and was legal counsel from 1943 to 1945 for Pass & Seymour Manufacturing Co.  He retired in 1971 as general counsel, director and vice president of the international division of Jantzen Inc. in Portland, Ore.  Mr. Ruby was born on 11-4-1911, and died in Sun City, AZ on 3-26-1994.  Mrs. Ruby still resides in AZ.  They had:  Marcia Ruby Douglas of Portland, OR, and Marie W. Ruby of Seattle.

Max H. Rudolph and Betty Garfinkel Rudolph lived at 32 Lyndon Rd. by 1960.  Mr. Rudolph came to Syracuse from Ithaca as a young man, and with his brother, Bernard Rudolph, opened a jewelry store.  Eventually the brothers owned more than 50 jewelry stores in six states.  The company prospered, in part, because it was among the first in the nation to offer time payment plans.  Mr. Rudolph was active in the Zionist movement and in numerous civic and charitable causes.  He died 11-9-1962.  Betty Rudolph, was a native of CNY, and was a prominent artist and sculptor.  She died 10-18-1979.  Mrs. Rudolph had a son, Raymond D. Weisbond, of NYC, from a previous marriage.  The children of Max Rudolph and his first wife:  Melvin R. Rudolph, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1931, wed Ruth Kline, and died on 4-29-1979, David Rudolph, who lived in Syracuse, Seymour W. Rudolph, (see below), Raymond Rudolph, and Ruth Rudolph Metzger who graduated from Syracuse University, wed Robert Metzger, and resided in San Francisco at her death on 6-28-1974.

Seymour W. Rudolph and Rosalind Millinger Rudolph lived at 21 Ely Dr. by 1951.  Mr. Rudolph attended Syracuse University and was a 1939 graduate of the University of Michigan.  He also attended Harvard University School of Law, and served during WWII.  Mr. Rudolph was a principal in Rudolph's Jewelers, (see above listing), and later became a financial consultant with Shearson, Lehman Brothers.  The couple moved to Pompey prior to Mr. Rudolph's death on 4-21-1987.  Their children:  Alan Rudolph, of Syracuse, Andrea Rudolph, who lives in Rochester, and Ellen Rudolph, of New York City.

Stephen Ruscito and June Warner Ruscito lived at 205 Dewey Ave. by 1953, and later at 110 Kittell Rd.  Mr. Ruscito was born 9-11-1913, and was a native of Utica.  He was with the Army Air Corps during World War II.  He lived in the Syracuse area for 60 years, and had worked for Syracuse China Inc. for 45 years before retiring in 1979.  Mr. Ruscito died 7-29-1987.  Mrs. Ruscito was born 5-4-1917, and was living in Beverly Hills, FL, at her death on 10-24-2004.  Mrs. Ruscito was wed previously to Clifford "Kip" Crofoot, who died 1-9-1977.  She and Mr. Crofoot had:  Ronald M.Crofoot, who managed a Noah's Ark store, and lived in Lyndon until his death on 10-15-1995, and John H. Crofoot, of Fayetteville.  Mr. and Mrs. Ruscito had:  Steven P. Ruscito, of Lake Placid.

Eloise Holden Russell lived at 325 Edwards Dr. by 1960.  She was the widow of George Alexander Russell who had been head of the music department at Princeton University.  Mrs. Russell was a native of Syracuse but lived for 30 years in NYC before returning to the Syracuse area in the 1950's.  She died at home on Edwards Dr. on 10-13-1984, at the age of 99.

Lewis C. Ryan and Mildred Hier Ryan lived on South Gate Rd. by 1960.  Mr. Ryan was born 8-20-1891, in
South Otselic, NY.  His father, Stephen Ryan, was a member of the Democratic State Committee and at one time was State Commissioner of Highways.  Lewis Ryan was a 1912 graduate of law school at Syracuse University.  Mr. and Mrs. Ryan were married on 2-10-1917.  He joined the Hancock, Dorr, Ryan, and Shove firm, as a senior partner in 1938. Mr. Ryan was a major factor in the post WWII growth of Syracuse University, and served on its board of trustees for 28 years.  He was also an investor and officer of Midstate Raceway, the firm that operated Vernon Downs.  In 1957, Mr. Ryan was elected president of the American College of Trial Lawyers.  He died on 5-10-1961.  Mrs. Ryan was a native Syracusan, and was residing at 989 James St. at her death on 4-11-1972.  They had two sons, Lewis H. Ryan, who was an attorney with his father's firm, and lived in Manlius, and  Whitney H. Ryan, who was the district manager for Grey-Van trucking lines, and lived in Syracuse.



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