MANLIUS REGISTRY




















This registry is a listing of the families who resided in the area served by the Manlius, NY, post office in 1948.  The information has been gathered from various sources, including old newspaper accounts, census records, Social Security records, etc.  While a good faith effort has been made to accurately collect and preserve this data, it is often incomplete, or even contradictory, and can not be considered definitive.  Anyone with additional information about any of those listed is asked to contact the compiler by email or by signing the Guestbook below.


                                 Edward Hutchison
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Martin Abramson and Eva Spicer Abramson lived on Seneca Turnpike in Eagle Village by 1948.  Mr. Abramson was born about 1888, and was a shop worker.   Mrs. Abramson was born on 2-24-1900, and graduated from Syracuse University.  She  was a Latin and English teacher in Elmira and Canastota, NY.   Mr. Abramson died on 12-13-1948, and Mrs. Abramson died on 3-2-1989.

Howard J. Adams and Helen Mann Adams lived at 502 E. Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Adams was born on 10-18-1899, and was a native of Bliss, in Wyoming County, NY.  He worked as a toolmaker for the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Co., and  was the president of the Village Cemetery for 50 years.  Mr. Adams died on 10-17-1983.  Mrs. Adams was born on 3-31-1899, and was a  life resident of Manlius.  She died on 3-23-1990, at age 90.  They had:  Ronald Adams, who was born about 1927, and was a salesman, and Russell H. Adams.

Jennie Casler Adams lived at 505 Pleasant St. by about 1921.  Mrs. Adams was born on 1-4-1871, and was a life resident of Manlius.  She was the widow of Irving Cross Adams, whom she wed on 1-1-1896.   Mr. Adams was born in DeWitt about 1870.  He was the town assessor for 14 years while he managed a farm on Peck Hill.  The farm was sold about 1920, and the family moved to Manlius, where Mr. Adams operated a real estate and insurance firm.  He died on 3-6-1947.  Mrs. Adams was a member of the Zion Methodist Church for 71 years, and was active in the WCTU and other religious organizations.  She became a real estate broker at the age of 83, and was the oldest resident of the village when she died on 6-23-1969, at age 98.  They had:  Velma Aleda Adams, who was born about 1915, graduated from Syracuse Secretarial School, worked for the Syracuse Washer Co., married Walter Eugene Ernst on 7-31-1937, lived in Manlius, and died on 9-23-1952, and Lydia Adams, who was born 12-23-1912, married Dwelly Parker about 1929, Fred Goddard, and Edward F. Doubleday, worked as a private duty health aide, and lived in Kirkville, NY, at her death on 12-6-1995.

Paul W. Adams and Elizabeth Wooster Adams lived at 221 Broadfield by 1948, and later lived at 7798 McDermott Rd. Mr. Adams was a native of Smithville Center, NY, and was born on 1-25-1919.  He came to Manlius about 1947, after serving with the Army in the PTO during WWII.  He was a mechanic, and later became the district service manager for the International Harvester Co.  Mrs. Adams was born on 8-21-1916, and was a native of Oxford, NY.  She graduated from Albany Business College, and worked as a secretary and as a cook.  Mr. Adams died on 11-2-1984, and Mrs. Adams died on 9-16-1995.  They had:  Sharon Adams Kingsley, who was born about 1950, graduated from Endicott Junior College, worked for Sears and resided in Newburyport, MA, and Gordon Adams, who was born on 9-27-1947, wed Diane Day, graduated from SUNY at Canton, worked as a mechanical engineer, resided in Fayetteville, and died on 3-4-2007.

Howard E. Adamy and Dorothy Tallman Adamy lived at 208 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Rev. Adamy was born on 11-11-1914, in Rochester, NY, and grew up in the area of Cortland and Marathon, NY.  He graduated from Ohio Wesleyan College in 1938, and Boston University School of Theology in 1941.  Rev. Adamy was a United Methodist clergyman, and served in numerous pastorates in upstate NY.   Mrs. Adamy was born in Elmira, NY, about 1916, and spent most of her early life in Cortland, NY.  The couple lived in Cortland when Rev. Adamy died on 2-1981, and Mrs. Adamy lived in Horseheads, NY, at her death on 3-24-1998.  They had:  Cheryl Adamy, who was born about 1946, married Dr. Murray S. Miron, and lives in Fayetteville, and Howard Adamy, Jr., who was born on 4-19-1953, earned a master's degree from Syracuse University in 1994, resided in Horseheads, and died on 6-12-2009.  Dr. Miron, (8-7-1932 to 7-26-1995), was a psychology professor at Syracuse University.  He did research in the field of psycho-linguistics, and was noted as a pioneer in the forensic fields of criminal profiling and hostage negotiations.  Dr. Miron consulted with the FBI and numerous state and local police organizations, and often instructed police officials in the use of his psychological techniques.   

Izora Monk Adsit lived at 334 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mrs. Adsit was born in June, 1864, and was a life resident of the area.  She married Frank J. Adsit about 1888.  Mr. Adsit was born about 1861, and worked as a foundry molder and machinist.  He died on 1-18-1930.  Mrs. Adsit was a housekeeper for Royal R. Coan until his death on 7-22-1945.  She died on 10-29-1950, and at her death had 47 descendants.  A family reunion was held in 1967, and it was determined that by that time the Adsits had 134 descendants.  They had:   a son who was born about 1887 and lived only a few hours, Charles H. Adsit, who was born 7-8- 1888, wed Pearl Parsons, worked as a clothing salesman, moved to Syracuse in 1909 and lived there at his death on 4-20-1973, Fred F. Adsit, who was born on 3-9-1891, and resided in Colorado Springs, CO, at his death in September, 1984, Viola Adsit, who was born about 1892, wed Frank J. McDonald, and lived in Earlville, NY, Mertie Rose Adsit, who was born about 1895, and died on 9-10-1897, Pearl Adsit Hahn, who was born about 1896, and lived in Buffalo, NY, Velma Ida Adsit, who was born about 1901, married Arthur S. Nash on 10-19-1921, and a Mr. Eaton, (see the Nash listing), Archibald G. "Archie" Adsit, who was born about 1903, worked as a carpenter, wed Reba B. Stanard about 1925, and died in a Cortland, NY, nursing home on 2-9-1993, David Adsit, who was stillborn, Frank Adsit, who died in infancy on 5-26-1910, and another infant, who died on 9-15-1914.

Adamo "Pooch" Albanese and Carolyn Newman Albanese lived at 103 North St. by 1943, and later lived at 107 West Pleasant St.  Mr. Albanese was born on 6-30-1911, and served in the Army during WWII.  He was a die caster at the Precision Castings Co., retiring after more than 40 years of service.  The couple married on 4-12-1936, and Mrs. Albanese worked at the Kinloch Restaurant.  Mr. Albanese died on 4-21-2002, at age 91, and Mrs. Albanese died on 7-1-2010, at age 96.  They had:  Victor Angelo Albanese, who was born on 6-23-1938, wed Deborah Albanese, and resided in Lewisburg, TN, at his death on 11-26-2002, and Carol Albanese, who was born in January, 1940, married Bynum Cable, and lives in Hampstead, MD. 

Angelo Firpo "Arkie" Albanese and Marjorie "Margie" Whorrall Albanese lived at 117 East Seneca St. by 1943, and later lived at 2 Jarvis Dr.  Mr. Albanese was born on 10-13-1923, and served with the USN in WWII.  He began a restaurant career as a bar tender, but later came to be the owner and manager of several restaurants and country clubs.  Mr. Albanese served 12 years as a village trustee, and 25 years as the mayor of the village.  Mrs. Albanese was born in Hastings, NY, and lived in Central Square, NY, before she moved to Manlius in 1939.  She died on 8-20-1990, and Mr. Albanese later married Doris Shoemaker Collins Dethloff, who was born about 1927.  He died on 7-15-2009.  Angelo and Marjorie Albanese had:  Margo Albanese, who married James Harnsberry, and resides in Laurel, MD, Lisa Albanese, who wed Dana Cunningham, and lives in Manlius, A. David "Arkie" Albanese, who lives in New Hartford, NY, and Michael Albanese of Cortland, NY.

Luigi "Louie" Albanese and Donaldleen "Donna" Goodfellow Albanese lived at 126 West Seneca St. by 1948, and later lived at 105 Greenridge Dr.  Mr. Albanese was born about 1924, and served in the USN in the ETO during WWII.  He was a foundry worker, and retired in 1985 after 42 years at the Precision Castings Co. in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Albanese was born in Cazenovia on 11-9-1930.  Mr. Albanese died on 3-7-1998, and Mrs. Albanese died on 5-18-1999.  They had:  Sandra Albanese Smith, who lived in Syracuse, and Monty L. Albanese, who married Deborah Lynn Jennings on 8-13-1983, worked for the T. H. Kinsella firm, and lived in Manlius.

Michael J. Albanese and Antonetta (Antoinette) Albanese lived at 126 West Seneca St. by 1930, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Albanese was born in Italy on 3-19-1882.  He was a laborer for the Cheney foundry firm, and died on 6-24-1949.  Mrs. Albanese was also a native of Italy and was born on 7-11-1888.  She died on 8-12-1964.  The couple wed and came to America about 1908.  They had 14 children:   Ida Albanese, who was born about 1908, and married Silvio Nardella, Ada Albanese, who wed Anthony R. Giocondo, (see their listing), Adamo Albanese, (see his entry), Vincent Albanese, (see his entry), Licha Albanese, who wed John Maphey, (see their entry), Joan "Lena" Albanese, who wed Vincent Wychules, (see their listing), Lucy Albanese, who was born on 12-7-1916, wed William Henry Guild on 6-29-1935, resided in Fayetteville, worked in the Wellwood school cafeteria, and died on 1-23-1979, Madeline (Matilda) Albanese, who was born about 1916, and wed Ralph Simone, Eva Albanese Hamman, who was born about 1917, and served in the WAAC during WWII, Mary Albanese, who was born about 1919, and married Roy E. Nichols, Michael Albanese, Jr., (see his listing below), Angelo F. Albanese, Louis A. Albanese, (see his listing), and Julia P. Albanese, who was born in 1930, and worked for the Chappell's department store.  All five sons of this couple, two of their daughters, and at least three sons-in-law served during WWII.  One son-in-law, Pvt. John Maphey, was killed on the Anzio beachhead.

Michael Albanese, Jr., lived at 126 West Seneca St. by 1943, and lived in CA by 1949.  Mr. Albanese was  born in Manlius on 6-19-1922, and served with all four of his brothers, and two of his sisters, in WWII.  (See the listing above for Michael J. Albanese, Sr.)  He wed Genevieve Albanese, and died in Seattle, WA, on 5-9-1976.  They had:  Michelle Albanese Gooch, who lived in WA.

Vincent Michelo "Vannie" Albanese was born on 12-2-1912, in Syracuse.  He was a star fullback and captain of the football team before graduating from Syracuse University in 1937.  He then played two years of professional football with the Brooklyn Dodgers of the NFL.  Mr. Albanese was married to Mary Byrne, of Brooklyn, on 5-4-1940.   He was wounded in the Battle of the Bulge during WWII, and was awarded a Bronze Star.  Following the War, Mr. Albanese spent 33 years as director of the Canandaigua (NY) Veterans Administration Medical Center's volunteer service.  He died on 9-2-1984, in Canandaigua.  They had:  Van Albanese, who lived in Rochester, NY, Thomas Albanese, who lived in Canandaigua, and Donald Albanese, who was born on 8-20-1943, lived in Canandaigua, married Linda Fallon on 5-20-1972,  and died in November, 1983.

Harold J. Alexander and Marion P. Alexander lived at 116 Academy St. by 1928.  Mr. Alexander was born about 1901, and was a veteran of WWI.  He worked as a car inspector with the NYC Railroad for 39 years.  Mr. Alexander was a Village trustee, as well as a trustee for the Village cemetery, and was also active in civil defense activities.  He died on 10-1-1960.  Mrs. Alexander was born about 1900, and was a native of Syracuse.  She died in a Minoa nursing home on 7-11-1993, at age 93.  They had:  Lt. Carl A. Alexander, who was killed over Schweinfurt, Germany, during WWII, and Harold Alexander, Jr., who was a cost analyst for GM, married Mrs. Beverly Hall Thompson, and resided in Royal Oak, MI, at his death 11-10-1977.  On 10-14-1943, Lt. Alexander was on his 22nd mission as a Flying Fortress navigator, when his plane was shot down in Germany.  He was considered MIA until 8-14-1945, when the government notified his family that he was presumed dead.

David A. "Tootles" Allen and Hazel Lawrence Allen lived at 126 1/3 West Seneca St. by 1948, and at 126 Fairground Blvd. by 1954.  Mr. Allen was born on 8-1-1916, and was a life long resident of the area.   The couple married on 10-26-1941, and Mr. Allen served in WWII, and earned five Bronze Stars and the Purple Heart.  After the War, he was a coremaker at the Cheney Co., and later was a machinist for the Crouse-Hinds Co., where he retired in 1977.  Mrs. Allen was born on 11-1-1906, and was a native of Gibson, PA.  She worked for the Manlius high school.  Mr. Allen died on 2-28-1995, and Mrs. Allen died on 6-9-2004, at age 97.  They had:  Patricia Ann Allen Pickard, who lived in Manlius, Jean Allen, and James F. Allen, who lived in Chittenango. 

Frank Earl Allen and Florence Loretta Casselberry Allen lived on Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Jamesville.  Mr. Allen was born on 6-9-1925, and served in the US Army during the Korean conflict.  He was a crane operator for the Solvay Process Corp., before opening his own excavation business.  Mrs. Allen was born in Adams, NY, on 7-6-1927, and the couple wed on 3-30-1946.  She worked for the Precision Castings Co. and in her husband's business.  Mrs. Allen died on 6-6-2002, and Mr. Allen died on 12-11-2008.  They had:  Dana Michael "Danny" Allen, who died on 10-16-1948, at five months of age, Wendy Allen, who was born in November, 1955, wed James Morris, and lives in Hamilton, NY, and Michael Allen, who wed Debbie Allen, and resides in Boise, ID.

John J. Ammann and Catherine Eicholzer Ammann lived on Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Ammann was born on 12-31-1897, in Boswil, Switzerland, and came to the USA in November, 1923.  He was a farmer, and died on 4-21-1967.  Mrs. Ammann was born on 6-21-1892, and the couple wed about 1923.  Mrs. Ammann died on 3-9-1969.  She was wed previously, and had a son:  Alois Ammann, who was born in Switzerland on 10-28-1915, worked for the Camden Wire Co., married Clara Margaret Lauber on 5-10-1947, and resided in Williamstown, NY, at his death on 12-22-2002.  Mr. and Mrs. Ammann had:  Margaret A. Ammann, who was born on 4-28-1924, married Harold Paul Hilfiker in 1948, and a Mr. Marti, worked as a seamstress, and lived in Canastota, NY, at her death on 2-6-1992, John Ammann, Jr., who was born in Switzerland on 12-1-1922, wed Dorothy Ammann on 8-16-1945, was a carpenter, lived on Seneca Turnpike, and died on 7-21-1979, and Walter A. Ammann, who was born about 1925, operated the White Cross farm, wed Dorothy Ammann about 1979, and died on 8-4-1912.  Mr. Ammann, Sr., is referred to in some records as Johan, and his son, John, Jr., is referred to as Hansel Ammann.

Jessie Norris Anderson lived at 106 Moulter St. by 1910.  Mrs. Anderson was born 12-20-1877, and was the widow of James R. Anderson, whom she married about 1902.  Mr. Anderson was born on 2-2-1868, in Arva, County Cavan, Ireland, and immigrated to Canada about 1887.  He moved to Manlius about 1890, and worked for more than 40 years in the molding department of  the S. Cheney & Son Foundry Co.  Mr. Anderson was active in the IOOF, and served for a period as a village trustee.  Mrs. Anderson taught in local schools for many years and later was a real estate agent for the Ketcham Real Estate Co.  Mr. Anderson died on 5-21-1937, and Mrs. Anderson died at home on 10-6-1978, at age 100.  They had:  Ruth A. Anderson, who was born about 1903, attended nursing school at the Hospital of the Good Shepherd in Syracuse, and died on 9-19-1925, Harold Norris Anderson, who was born about 1909, was a teacher, and lived in Westfield, NY, and Claribel J. Anderson, who was born about 1912, wed Raymond R. McGann, and lived in Manlius, (see their listing).

James E. Andrews and Ramona Waller Andrews lived on Rt. 20 following their wedding in 1948.  Mr. Andrews was born on 10-26-1926, in Manlius, and resided almost all of his life in Pompey.  He served in the Philippines with the US Army following WWII.  Mr. Andrews was a farmer, and also worked for the Easy Washer Co. and for the Lipe Clutch Corp.  He died on 7-18-2006.  Mrs. Andrews was born on 12-24-1928, and was a life resident of the Pompey area.  She graduated from the Powelson Business Institute in Syracuse, and founded the Andrews Vegetable Stand.  Mrs. Andrews won many prizes at the NYS Fair for the produce grown on the family's 195 acre farm.  She was one of the first women to become a member of the Pompey Hill Fire Department.  Mrs. Andrews died on 6-23-2009.  They had:  Thomas J. Andrews, who also worked with the family produce business, Michael C. Andrews, who graduated from the State University Agricultural and Technical College at Morrisville, NY, in 1972, and wed Susan Andrews, and Gerald P. "Jerry" Andrews, all of Pompey, and John Kenneth Andrews, who was born about 1968, graduated from SUNY-Morrisville, was the office manager for ORO Farms, and lived in North Syracuse at his death on 1-4-2002.

Robert Andrews and Bernice Mae Lowe Andrews lived on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948, having lived previously in Syracuse.  Mr. Andrews was born in Nelson, NY, on 12-4-1890, and was a railway express clerk for the America Express Co.  Mrs. Andrews was born on 1-15-1893, and was a native of Cazenovia.  She graduated from DeRuyter Teachers Training School in DeRuyter, NY, where she later taught.  The couple married in Erieville, NY, on 6-29-1916. They moved to West Monroe, NY, about 1963, and resided there at Mr. Andrews' death on 8-9-1971, and when Mrs. Andrews died on 9-19-1981.  They had:  Robert Andrews, Jr., who was born about 1928, and lived in West Monroe.

Clarence L. Anguish and Lena Putnam Anguish lived on Broadfield Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Fayetteville.  Mr. Anguish was born in Manlius on 4-26-1901.  He was a machinist, and later was a mechanic for the Onondaga County Highway Department.  Mrs. Anguish was born on 12-9-1900, and the couple wed on 6-25-1927.  Mrs. Anguish was a life resident of the Manlius area, and graduated from Oswego Normal School and Cortland State Teachers College.  She taught for the Fayetteville-Manlius school district.  Mrs. Anguish had an abiding interest in local history and wrote a book entitled, "The History of the Fayetteville-Manlius Area."  She died on 12-16-1982.  Mr. Anguish died in Horseheads, NY, on 7-24-1993, at age of 92.  They had:  Shirley Frances Anguish, who was born in June, 1929, graduated from Syracuse University, was an editorial worker for "The Family Circle" magazine in NYC, wed Charles William Beckman on 2-14-1953, and lived in Mason, MI, Louis Anguish, who was born about 1933, attended Cornell, and lived in Newark, DE, and Philip C. Anguish, who was born about 1940, married Ina Bardwell on 6-29-1963, and lived in Poplar Ridge, NY. 

Raymond M. Anguish and Della Johnson Anguish lived on Brown Gulf Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Anguish was born 8-21-1907.  He was a wood worker, and later worked for Lipe's Dairy.  Mrs. Anguish was born on 5-29-1914, and was a native of Akron, OH.  She died on 7-10-1976, and Mr. Anguish died on 11-1-1996.  They had:  William H. Anguish, who lived in Apulia Station, NY, Donald Ray Anguish, who lived in Syracuse, and John Frederick Anguish, who served in the USAF, and lived in Elliot, ME.

Daniel Sinclair Apgar and Dorothy Fehrman Apgar lived on Sweet Rd. near Jamesville by 1948, and lived on the Fayetteville Manlius Rd. by 1958.  Mr. Apgar was born in Trenton, NJ, on 3-2-1907, and was the superintendent of Syracuse General Hospital.  Mrs. Apgar was born on 11-29-1908, and was a native of Utica, NY.  The couple moved to FL in 1987, and resided in Largo when Mrs. Apgar died on 1-4-1987, and Mr. Apgar died on 2-18-1996.  They had:  Daniel Apgar, Jr., who was born in Flushing, NY, on 5-25-1938, married Marjorie Apgar, was a programmer and mechanical engineer, lived in Baldwinsville, NY, and died on 4-20-2005, and Robert F. Apgar, who lives in Ocala, FL.

Santy Arman and Johanna Jung (Young) Arman lived on Watervale Rd. by 1948, having lived previously in Syracuse.  Mr. Arman was born 11-13-1894, in Trento, Italy.  He became a naturalized citizen of the USA in Syracuse in 1921.  Mr. Arman worked as a plumber.  Mrs. Arman was a native of Germany and came to the US about 1927.  She lived in Fayetteville before her marriage, and died on 12-7-1960.  Mr. Arman married Giustina Arman and lived in Italy at his death in Trento on 3-8-1966.  He and Johanna Arman had:  William Arman, who was born in November, 1936, went to Syracuse University, wed Carol Krause in December, 1957, worked for the John Deere Co., and lived in Manlius.

Vincent Thomas Arman and Clara Peck Arman lived on Henneberry Rd. near Jamesville by 1948.  Mr. Arman was born on 5-15-1909, probably in Austria.  He served with the US Army during WWII, and later was a self-employed construction carpenter.  The couple moved to FL about 1965, and Mr. Arman died on 2-7-1974, in Orlando.

Edwin Rugby Auer and Miriam Ellen Follet Auer lived at 113 North St. following their wedding in 1947, and moved to Waterloo, NY, in 1951.  Rev. Cannon Auer was born in Syracuse about 1922, and was the son of former Onondaga County Sheriff Edwin R. Auer, and the brother of Martin S. Auer, who served in the NYS Senate.  He  graduated from Syracuse University in 1943, the University of the South, the Post Graduate Center for Mental Health, and the New York Theological Seminary, and served as an Episcopal rector at parishes in  Manlius, Waterloo, and Syracuse.  Rev. Auer wed Dorothy Joyce Kogler on 4-28-1962.  She grew up in the Eastwood section of Syracuse,  graduated from Syracuse University in 1955, and was an English teacher.  The family moved to Princeton, NJ, in 1964, and Rev. Auer became the vicar of Trinity Church there. He was also the first vicar of All Saints' Church in Bay Head,NJ.  The couple moved from Princeton to Yardley, PA, in 1977, and resided there at Rev. Auer's death on 11-22-2000.  The second Mrs. Auer was ordained a minister, and lives now in Fayetteville, NC.  Rev. E. R. Auer had:  Mark S. Auer, who was born about 1948, and resides in New London, CT, Amy Dean Auer Ruff, who was born about 1950, resides in Chatham, NJ, Mary Auer Hauser, who lives in Fayetteville, NC, and Charles E. Auer, who lives in Mercerville, NJ.

Kenneth W. Austin and Charlotte Avery Austin lived on Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Austin was born about 1908, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  He was a farmer, did electrical construction work, and had a fruit stand.  Mr. Austin died on 12-10-1968.  Mrs. Austin was born on 10-12-1898, and operated a tea room on Euclid Ave. in Syracuse, and later had a greenhouse in Manlius.  She resided in Brighton Towers in Syracuse at her death on 12-4-1973.  Mr. Austin's parents, Gerald O. Austin and Susie M. Austin, resided with the couple for many years.  The senior Mr. Austin, was born on 9-7-1881.  He worked as a molder for the Crouse-Hinds Co., and died on 9-25-1953.  His widow, Susie Austin, wed a Mr. Fox, and lived in Syracuse at her death on 10-7-1967.  K. W. and Charlotte Austin had:  Barbara Austin, who wed Willard C. Lipe, and lived in Manlius.

Walter Walker Austin lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Austin was born in Chicago, on 7-10-1892, and resided in Oswego, NY, and Manlius.  He worked as an electrician for the NYC railroad and as a farmer, and died on 10-30-1969.  Mr. Austin shared his home with his mother, Rose Austin.  Mrs. Austin, was born about 1872, and was a native of Monroe, WI.  She married Fred C. Austin, a night watchman, about 1888.  Mrs. Austin died on 2-13-1963, at age 90.  In addition to their son, Walter, the couple had Maybelle Austin, who was born in IL about 1890, married Clarence Boddy, and lived in Buffalo, NY.

Alice Smith Babcock lived at 102 Whetstone Rd. by 1948.  Mrs. Babcock was born in Cleveland, OH, on 3-13-1897.
She lived in Seattle, WA, and NYC, before coming to CNY in 1938.  In NYC, Mrs. Babcock was a supervisor for the Continental Can Co.  She was the widow of Malbie Lathrop Babcock.  Mr. Babcock was born on 1-9-1890, and lived as a young man in Chicago, where he was married to Dorothy Babcock.  She was born about 1891, and died about 1922.  Following her death,  Mr. Babcock returned to Syracuse and later wed Alice Smith Babcock.  He was the office manager for the Continental Can Co. at his death on 10-19-1947.   Mrs. Babcock then worked as the treasurer of the Virden Co. in Syracuse until retiring in 1965.  She was also active in the Manlius United Methodist Church, where she was the treasurer and secretary for many years before her death on 11-18-1980.  Mr. Babcock had a son from his first marriage:  Dana Hyde Babcock, who was born about 1922, and lived in Essex, NJ.  Mr. Babcock was named for his grandfather, Rev. Dr. Malbie Davenport Babcock, who was a noted Presbyterian clergyman.  Rev. Babcock died in Naples, Italy, on May 18, 1901, at the age of 42.  He was the author of the well-known hymn, "This is my Father's World."

William J. Bacola and Mary Daugard Bacola lived at 104 Broadfield Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Bacola was born in Syracuse on 12-7-1915.  He was the chief clerk for an express company, and later worked as an industrial engineer.  Mr. Bacola's mother, the widow of Peter Bacola, moved from Syracuse to live with her son's family in 1952.  About 1960, the family left Manlius, and lived for a number of years in NJ.  They moved to FL in 1985,  and Mr. Bacola resided in Sarasota at his death on 5-23-1997.  Mrs. Bacola, was born in October, 1917, and still resides in Sarasota.  They had:  Mary Ann Bacola, who was born about 1937, married John F. Murphy on 6-7-1958, and resided in Colorado Springs, CO,  Nancy Bacola Benedict, who lived in Camden, NY, Sheila Bacola Csutha, who lived in Canonsburg, PA, Michael Joseph Bacola, who married Terry Dee Stone, and resided in Jackson, MS, Peter J. Bacola, who resided in Butler, PA, Barbara E. Bacola, who was born about 1947, married David P. Sodano, was a production worker at a division of General Motors in Lockport, NY, and died on 9-14-1994, Terrence J. Bacola, who lived in North Arlington, NJ, Thomas P. Bacola, who lived in East Windsor, NJ, and Martin C. Bacola, who lived in Vernon, NJ.

Morgan Smith  Badgley and Loretta Jeannette Daignault Badgley lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, and on Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1961.  Mr. Badgley was born 12-8-1928, and was a lifelong resident of Manlius.  He was a sheet metal worker, and later operated a plumbing and heating firm on the Cazenovia Rd.  Mr. Badgley was killed on 12-2-1961, in a car accident about three miles south of Manlius on the Watervale Rd.  Mrs. Badgley was born on 2-9-1928, in Chittenango, and grew up in Manlius.  She moved to Fremont, CA, about 1979, but died in Miami, FL, on 8-12-1985.  They had:  Linda Badgley D'Agostino, who resided in East Syracuse, Christine Badgley Salomon, of Miami, Gayle M. Badgley, who was born about 1953, wed Joseph F. Verro,  worked at the Green Lakes Park restaurant, and resided in Canastota at her death on 2-15-1980, and Gregory M. Badgley, who lived in Morrisville, NY.

Paul Gregory Badgley and Mabelle Ginnan Badgley lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, and later resided in Syracuse.  Mr. Badgley was born on 8-31-1916, in Syracuse.  He was an electrician, and later a cement contractor.  Mrs. Badgley was born in September, 1922, and the couple wed on 6-20-1942.  Mr. Badgley died in a plane crash near Painesville, OH, on 9-26-1965.  He was piloting a small plane with three others aboard--his uncle Harry T. Ditch, his son-in-law, John "Ted" Schweitzer, and a business associate, Chester T. Barch.  They were en route to a football game between the Cleveland Browns and St. Louis Cardinals, when the plane ran out of gas, crashed in a field, and all four died instantly.  They had:  Paul G. Badgley, Jr.,  Margot Badgley, who wed John T. Schweitzer, Jr., and Joanne C. Badgley.  Mr. Badgley's brother, Morgan Badgley, lived nearby, (see his listing above).    

Timothy D. Bailey lived at 136 West Seneca St. by 1948, having lived many years in Delphi Falls.  Mr.  Becker was born about 1868, and worked as a mail carrier and as a painter and decorator.  He married Mrs. Lucy Ackley about 1903, and died on 5-20-1950, while residing on Burnet Ave. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Bailey was born about 1866, and was a native of  Watervale.  She died in a Manlius nursing home on 3-17-1956.  Mrs. Bailey was married previously, and before marrying Mr. Bailey she had Henry Ackley, William Ackley, Charles Ackley, and Claude L. Bailey, who was born about 1895, and lived in Syracuse.  Mr. and Mrs. Bailey had:  Eva M. Bailey, who was born about 1904, married Clark A. Becker, and lived in Cazenovia.

Donald L. Baird and Mildred Baird lived at 401 East Seneca St. by 1948, and at 102 North St. by 1954.  Mr. Baird was probably born on 6-16-1917.  He worked as a roofer for the Talbott Roofing Co.  He probably died in Orlando, FL, in February, 1971.  Mrs. Baird was born on 10-7-1920.  She later wed William L. Metott, a dairy farmer, and they lived in Camden, NY.  Mrs. Baird-Metott died on 12-9-2007, while living in Orlando.  Mr. and Mrs. Baird had:  Gary Baird, Karen Baird Brown,  and Sharon Baird Cothern, all of whom lived in Orlando.

Spencer J. Baird and Mildred Newman Baird lived on Hills Rd. by 1948, after living previously at 414 S. Manlius St. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Baird was born on 1-18-1902, in Gloversville, NY.  He was a carpenter, and later became a bee keeper and sold honey.  Mr. Baird was honored in 1982 for his 50 years as a Master Mason.  Mrs. Baird was born on 11-2-1891, and the couple wed about 1927.  She worked at the Fayetteville elementary school, and for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Baird died on 5-7-1981, and Mr. Baird then moved to 100 Flume Rd., where he died on 6-14-1998, at age 96.  They had:  Dorothy Baird Wadsworth, who lived in Marietta, NY, and Ralph Baird, who was a farmer as a young man, and later lived in Bradenton, FL.

Stanley E. Baird and Mary Ashmore Baird lived at 102 North St. by 1948.  Mr. Baird was an insulator, and worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Later he and Mrs. Baird operated a television repair business in the Manlius Mart.  Mrs. Baird was born about 1925, and the couple wed in December, 1949.  The family moved to El Paso, TX, where Mrs. Baird died on 10-19-1984.  They had:  Stanley Baird, Jr., who was born about 1952, served in the USN, wed Susan Ressig about 1974, worked for General Motors, and moved to El Paso, Judy Baird and Dale Baird, who also lived in El Paso, and Cynthia Baird, who lived in VA.

Elmore B. Baker and Nelda Jackson Baker lived at 405 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Dr. Baker was born on 10-29-1896, and was a native of Spencerport, Ontario, Canada.  He graduated from the Toronto University School of Dentistry, and was in  practice in Chesterville, Ontario, for six years before moving to Manlius in 1929.  Dr. Baker served on the board of trustees for the local school district.  Mrs. Baker, who was also a native of Canada, was trained as a teacher but assisted her husband in his dental practice.  She died on 10-11-1971.  Dr. Baker moved to Waukeshaw, WI, in 1972, and died there on 4-30-1973.  They had:  Dr. John B. Baker, who attended Buffalo Medical College, and lived in Waukeshaw.

F. Dorothy Sanderson Baker lived at 309 Pleasant St. by 1948, having resided earlier in Jamesville.  Mrs. Baker wed Otis R. Baker on 6-3-1924.  He was a native of LaFayette, NY, and was born about 1898.  Mr. Baker served in WWI, and worked as a carpenter.  He suffered a major stroke at home in Jamesville in June, 1937, and died at the Veteran's Hospital in Bath, NY, on 8-11-1962.  Mrs. Baker was born in Syracuse on 4-21-1900.  She worked as a bookkeeper and cashier.  Mrs. Baker lived in the Van Duyn Nursing Home in Syracuse at her death on 12-14-2003, at age 103. They had:  Elizabeth Baker, who was born on 4-23-1929, married Joseph Querino about 1948, resided in Syracuse, and died on 3-27-2009, and Beverly Baker Wilbur, who was born in November, 1931, and resides in Jamesville.

Fred C. Baker and Helen S. Baker lived at 308 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Baker was born about 1913, and was a native of Rochester.  He was an engineer at Hartman Industries, Inc.  Mr. Baker's mother, Bertha G. Baker, resided with the family.  She was born about 1864, and was a native of Watertown, NY.  The senior Mrs. Baker came to Manlius about 1950, and died on 5-6-1967.  Mr. Baker was active in the OES and the Masons.  He died at work on 6-29-1970.  Mrs. Baker was a native of Rochester, and was born about 1909.  She came to Manlius about 1948, and died on 11-28-1977.  They had:  Carol Baker Fear, who lived in Chittenango Falls.

John J. Baker and Lucy M. Baker moved to 408 Pleasant St., in 1945.  Rev. Baker was born in Spring Garden, PA, on 2-19-1913.  He graduated from the John A. Davis Memorial Bible Institute, and earned his BA degree from Colgate in 1945.  He was a Baptist minister for about eight years before assuming the pastorate of the Manlius Baptist Church, in 1945.  In 1957, the couple moved to Rome, NY, and then moved to DeWitt in 1968.  They retired to AZ in 1988.  Mrs. Baker was born on 9-28-1915, and was a native of Ithaca, NY.  She also graduated from the Davis Bible Institute in Johnson City, where she majored in religious instruction.  Mrs. Baker died in Tucson, AZ, on 4-20-1993.  Rev. Baker, who spent 70 years in the ministry, later wed Wanda Baker, and lived in Gambrills, MD, at his death on 5-19-2005, at age 92.  John and Lucy Baker had:  Patricia Lou Baker, who was born about 1936, married Robert Parker, and lived in Tempe, AZ.

Genevieve S. Baldyga, and her sisters, Anna Baldyga, and Jadwiga Baldyga, lived on West Pompey Hollow Rd. by 1948.  They were among the children of Polish immigrant, Peter Baldyga,  Mr. Baldyga was born about 1891, and he worked in an iron foundry as a molder.  Both he and his wife, Anna, were probably wed previously.  Mrs. Baldyga was born about 1893, and lived in East Syracuse at her death on 4-19-1974. The family moved to the Manlius area from the Eastwood section of Syracuse about 1948, and soon removed to East Syracuse.  The children of either Peter or Anna Baldyga:  Felix Simanowski, who was born about 1912, Rose (Baldyga) Skolnik, who was born about 1916, Genevieve Baldyga, who was born in 1917, was a radio and television tester for the General Electric Co., wed Henry  Magdziuk, and resided in East Syracuse, Sheila Baldyga, Anna Baldyga, who was born on 7-29-1920, worked as a waitress,  and lived in Pompey at her death on 1-25-1992, Pauline Baldyga Green, who was born on 12-15-1918, and died on 7-15-2010, while residing in Liverpool, NY, Jadwiga T. Baldyga, who was born on 5-9-1922, worked as a waitress, and lived in Manlius at her death on 10-18-1997, Hedy T., (or possibly, Hattie), Baldyga, who was born about 1922, was a tester at the General Electric Co., and lived in Manlius,  Peter P. Baldyga, who was born 3-2-1912, served in  WWII, was a carpenter and steel worker for the Crucible Steel Co., married Marie Wolff, and died on 1-3-2004, at age 91, Anthony P. Baldyga, who was born on 6-21-1924, was decorated for his service in the USN during WWII, and lived in Pompey at his death on 12-10-1997, and Helen Baldyga, who was born about 1926, wed Clifford James Hagan on 3-16-1946, was a technician for the Hughes Aircraft Corp. and died in LaPalma, CA on 11-12-1990.  Anna, Anthony, and Hedy, who was an oli painter, operated an antique shop in the family barn.  It was known as the Barn of Plenty, and featured Victorian pieces and curios.

David Ballis and Lena Freedman Ballis lived on Palmer Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Ballis was born about 1879, and, like his wife, was a native of Poland.  They married about 1897, came to the US in 1900, and resided in Manlius by 1920.  Mr. Ballis worked as a farmer, and died on 4-27-1950.  Mrs. Ballis, was born about 1876, and resided at 816 Seeley Rd. in Syracuse, at her death on 2-27-1954.  They had:  Rachel Ballis and Sarah Ballis, who both lived in NYC, Harry Ballis, who was born on 5-10-1920, wed Laura Dubnoff in 1957, was a farm manager, and then worked for the Carrier Corp. until his retirement in 1975, and died on 6-7-2005, Edith Ballis, who lived in Brooklyn, NY, and wed Harry Betz (or, perhaps, Benz), Ida Ballis, who was born on 7-4-1899, wed Harry Steinkler, and lived in Schnectady, NY, at her death on 9-15-1987, and Faye Ballis, who wed Abe Weiner, and lived in Gainesville, FL.  

J. Maude Kimball Balsley lived at 108 North St. by 1928.  Mrs. Balsley was born in 1864, and was a  life long resident of the Manlius area, and a member of the first class to graduate at the Manlius High School.  Mrs. Balsley, an active suffraget, was the widow of Daniel Edward Balsley, whom she wed in November, 1884.  Mr. Balsley was born in 1860, and was a physical director for the YMCAs in Brooklyn, NY, and Ft. Worth, IN, before becoming an accountant in Syracuse.  He died on 4-25-1921.  Mrs. Balsley died 3-27-1953.  They had:  Edwin Frederick Balsley, who was born in 1885, married Nina Mildred Woodard on 10-20-1920, was a postal worker in Syracuse for 32 years, lived in North Syracuse, and died on 7-25-1957, and Raymond G. Balsley, who was born on 6-6-1888, worked as a mail clerk, served in France in WWI, resided in Mineola, FL, and died in May, 1972.

Carroll Newville "Bub" Barber and Helen Irene Bobbette Barber lived at 118 Washington St. by 1928.  Mr. Barber was born on 7-22-1905, in Brockville, Ontario, Canada.  He was a contractor, a hotel proprietor, and worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Barber was born on 8-5-1907, in Jeffersonville, IL, and the couple wed in Cazenovia in 1927.  She worked as a beautician in Manlius for more than 50 years.  Mr. Barber's parents, Clarence N. Barber, and Belle Barber, resided with the family, in what had been their home.  He was a foundry worker for the Precision Co., and died on 3-26-1955.  He was predeceased by his wife.  Mr. Barber died on 2-10-1991, and Mrs. Barber, who lived in Mystic, CT, died on 2-14-1997.  They had:  Donald C. Barber, who was born about 1929, was in the USN, and lived in Mystic, and Carroll Barber, Jr., who wed Clara Konvicka, was a member of the USAF, and lived in Houston, TX.

Walter L. Barber and Gertrude Campbell Barber lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Barber was born on 7-27-1897, in DeRuyter, NY.  He was a farmer, and died on 4-22-1971.  Mrs. Barber was born in Pompey on 8-29-1901, and died on 10-20-1981.  They had:  Edward Barber, who was born in 1925, and died in 1936, Miles Dewitt Barber, who was born on 3-10-1929, married Shirley Reeves about 1949, was a noted scrimshaw artist, and was a dairy farmer on 400 acres of land near Pompey at his death on 8-15-1988, Dale Allen Barber, who married Sandra Holbrook, and lived in Delphi Falls, and Eugene Barber, who also lived in Delphi Falls.  Miles Barber had a vision of creating a living history farm depicting life as it had been between 1898 and 1918, and in 1979 he built Pompey Heritage Farm on 50 acres near Route 91.  It consisted of 10 structures and featured crafts, animals, and wagon rides, all designed to inform and entertain visitors.

Dennis Francis Barden and Laura Quirk Barden lived on the Cherry Valley Turnpike (Rt. 20) by 1948.  Mr. Barden was born on 2-17-1883, and was a farmer.  Mrs. Barden was born about 1892, came to Pompey Center about 1930, and died on 8-23-1957.  They had:  Anne Marie Barden, who was born in Syracuse on 2-3-1932, graduated from the Syracuse General Hospital School of Nursing in 1952, wed Michael S. Sanson on 8-13-1955, was an RN, and lived in East Syracuse at her death on 11-25-2009, and Thomas S. Barden, who was born in 1934, married Beverly Barden, and resides in Cazenovia. 

Thomas Barden, his brother Michael J. Barden, and his sister Anna M. Barden lived on Pompey HIll Rd. by 1930, and by 1948, another brother, John F. Barden, lived with his siblings on Rt. 20.  The three Barden brothers worked as farmers, and Miss Barden was a housekeeper.  They were among the children of Michael and Bridget Barden, who came to this country from Ireland.  John Barden was born about 1871, and earlier lived in Syracuse and worked as a mechanic.  He was a resident of the Loretto Rest nursing home in Syracuse for six years before his death on 11-27-1961, at age 90.  Thomas Barden, was born on 12-20-1872, and died in October, 1950.  Michael Barden, Jr., was born on 9-20-1879, and lived in Tully, NY, at his death on 5-26-1964.  Anna Barden, was born about 1885, and died on 4-15-1953. 

Ray W. Barker and Estelle Davis Barker lived on the grounds of the Manlius School by 1948.  Maj. Gen. Barker was born on 12-10-1889, and was a native of Elmira.  He joined the Army in 1910, and rose through the ranks to become a key member of a US-British group in WWII,which planned the Battle of Normandy, resulting in the liberation of France.  General Barker also served as the deputy chief of staff for the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force.  In 1945, he supervised  the demilitarization of Germany.  General Barker was also involved in a release and exchange program for Allied POWs at the end of  the War, and was the first military governor of Berlin.  Following retirement from the Army in 1946, General Barker served until 1960 as the superintendent of the Manlius School, a college preparatory military school for boys.  Mrs. Barker, a native of Wheeling, WV, died on 2-8-1954.  General Barker later married Florence Nelson Barker and they lived on Marvelle Rd. in Lyndon by 1960.  He died 6-28-1974, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery.  General Barker and Estelle Barker had a daughter who wed Robert S. Wright, and lived in Weedsport, NY.

Fred M. Barnum lived at 206 Pleasant St. by 1900.  Mr. Barnum was born in Manlius in 1863, and married Florence Walters Barnum about 1882.  He was the treasurer of the Cheney Iron Works.  Mr. Barnum was a charter member of the Chamber of Commerce and was active in many church and village affairs.  Mrs. Barnum died on 8-4-1928, and Mr. Barnum died on 7-20-1957, at the age of 93.  They had:  Walter Martin Barnum, who was born in March, 1884, and died in Manlius of typhoid fever on 10-6-1914,  Howard F. Barnum , who was born in August, 1890, served in WWI, and was a purchasing clerk for a street railroad in Los Angeles, CA, where he died in October, 1936, and Gertrude Barnum, who was born on 11-3-1898, married Daniel Wright on 6-26-1926, and lived in the family home in Manlius before her death on 7-5-1980.  

Julian B. Barrett and Mary Barnes Barrett lived on Sweet Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Barrett was born on 12-23-1894, and was a native of Baltimore, MD.  He attended Columbia University, and was an Army veteran of the Mexican Expedition in 1916, and both WWI and WWII, attaining the rank of major.  Mr. Barrett worked as a salesman.  The family moved to Skaneateles in 1951, and he lived there at his death on 8-1-1983, and Mrs. Barrett's death on 6-21-1984.  Mrs. Barrett was a native of Syracuse and graduated from Miss Beard's School in East Orange, NJ.  She worked several years during WWII as the society editor of the Syracuse Post-Standard. 

John A. Baston and Vera Baston lived at 207 Smith St. by 1948, having lived earlier on Valley Dr. in Syracuse, and moved to Mill St. in Constantia, NY, in August, 1950.  Mr. Baston was born about 1904, and worked as a restaurant manager, a union official, an employee relations director, and in 1963 became the police chief for the Town of Clay, NY.  Mrs. Baston was born about 1906, and the couple wed about 1924.  They had Frances Baston, who was born in 1925, John A. Baston, who was born about 1930, served in the Korean Conflict, and earned an education degree from Plattsburg State University, and James Baston, who graduated from Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, and served in the Army.    

LeRoy S. Baum and Evelyn Miller Baum lived at 112 Academy St. by 1948.  Mr. Baum was born in Syracuse on 9-13-1922.  He served in the USN during WWII, and was a bricklayer and mason.  Mrs. Baum was born on 1-14-1924, and was a native of Jersey Shore, PA.  The couple wed about 1941, and Mrs. Baum died on 10-15-1996.  Mr. Baum died on  4-8-2002.  They had:  Linda L. Baum, who was born on 8-18-1946, graduated from Empire State College, was an LPN, married James Paul, of Lyndon, about 1974, resided in Bridgeport, NY, and died on 3-18- 2001,  LeRoy Bradford Baum, who was born about 1948, graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College in 1970, married Janet Lee Oaks in Monmouth, IL, on 8-22-1970, and lived in TX, Gregory A. Baum, who lived in Manlius, and Scott Baum, who was born about 1960, and also lived in Manlius.

Emmett A. Baumgartner and Leona May Barr Baumgartner lived on Rt. 20 by 1948.  Mr. Baumgartner was a native of Sioux Falls, SD, and was born on 3-23-1917.  He was a dairy armer, and was active in various farm organizations, and served on the Pompey Town Board prior to his death on 7-5-1971.  Mrs. Baumgartner was born about 1918, and the couple wed in Syracuse on 10-1-1938.  They had:  Kirk Allen Baumgartner, who was born on 6-4-1942, and died on 1-1-1943, John J. Baumgartner, who resided in Rochester, NY, and Carol Ann Baumgartner, who wed Schuyler R. Smith on 4-29-1961, worked for the Onondaga County Extension Service, and lived in Manlius.  Mr. Baumgartner's parents, Joseph and Maude Baumgartner, lived nearby, (see their entry below).   

Joseph C. Baumgartner and Maude B. Baumgartner lived on Rt. 20 by 1928.  Mr. Baumgartner was born in PA about 1883, and was a machinist for 25 years before becoming a farmer.  Mrs. Baumgartner was born in SD about 1891, and the couple wed about 1913.  They moved to the Pompey-Manlius area about 1920.  Mr. Baumgartner died on 10-11-1963, and Mrs. Baumgartner died on 2-26-1967.  They had:  Joseph E. Baumgartner, who was born on 8-21-1915, wed Flora Haley, retired in 1979 as a school custodian, lived in Mexico, NY, 45 years, and died on 4-13-1988, Emmett Baumgartner, (see above), and Minyon Baumgartner, who was born on 3-24-1924, wed Edgar W. Stewart, worked for the Lerner Shop in Fayetteville, and lived on Rt. 20, near Pompey, at her death on 10-8-1986. 

Francis Peter Bausinger and Vivienne Buell Bausinger lived at 7587 Highbridge Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Bausinger was born 7-13-1902.  He owned and operated several meat markets in Manlius and Syracuse, and later was a plumber for the Oot Construction Co.  Mrs. Bausinger was born in Cooperstown, NY, on 9-23-1912, and was a waitress at the Brae Loch Inn in Cazenovia for many years.  She was an avid bowler and horseback rider.  Mr. Bausinger died on 11-25-1974, when he was struck by a car in front of his home.  Mrs. Bausinger died on 9-4-2006, at age 93.  By a previous marriage, Mrs. Bausinger had a son, LaVerne Eugene Eighmey, who wed Mary Elma Doxtator on 9-3-1955, and lives in Manlius.

Ralph F. Bays and Helen Clapp Bays lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948, on Broadfield Rd. by 1954, and moved to Cemetry Rd. in Fabius in 1974.  Mr. Bays was born on 5-21-1914.  He was a native of Maryville, MO, and came to CNY in 1928.  Mr. Bays was a credit manager and a farmer.  He was also a lay minister for the Disciples of Christ Church.  Mr. Bays died on 11-7-1992.  Mrs. Bays was born on 4-14-1915.  She was a lifelong resident of the area and was very active in the Pompey Community Church.  She died on 3-18-2007, at age 91.  They had:  Donna Bays, who married John Palladino, and lived in Pompey, and Dale E. Bays, who was born on 10-16-1940, served with the Army in Vietnam, graduated from the NYS College of Environmental Science and Forestry, married Marilyn Watt, worked as a forest economist for the US Bureau of Land Management, and resided in Gladstone, OR, at his death on 2-4-1997.

Nelson L. "Nels" Beardsley and Ruth Mack Beardsley lived on West Rd. by 1948, and on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1954.  Mr. Beardsley was born on 10-20-1921, in Fabius.  He was a mechanic for Mack Trucks and Santaro Trucking Co.  Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley moved to Tucson, AZ, in 1973, and 22 years later Mr. Beardsley moved to Bedford, KY. Mrs. Beardsley was born on 8-2-1919, and it is believed that the couple divorced in Tuscon.  She lived there at her death on 2-13-2005.  Mr. Beardsley married Lydia M. Padilla in Bedford on 7-12-1997, and died there on 7-20-2008.  

Charles C. Becker and Mary Carr Becker lived at 3569 Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Becker was born on 8-24-1920, and served in the USMC during WWII.  Mr. Becker retired after 25 years as a correctional officer at the Onondaga County Correctional Facility at Jamesville, and died on 2-8-1983.  Mrs. Becker was born in Fayetteville on 7-31-1922, and graduated from the Powelson Business Institute.  She worked briefly for the Central Food Equipment Co. in Kirkville.  Mrs. Becker died on 5-7-2007.  They had:  Mary Ellen Becker, who married Jonathan Spring, and lives in Manlius, Carol Becker, who married Timothy Fox, and also lives in Manlius, and Charles A. Becker, who was born about 1952, was a truck driver, and died on 4-25-1975, of an acute anapholactic reaction.  He was being treated for an allergy to insect stings and died in his physician's office in Cazenovia.  He was engaged to Marian Elizabeth Fairbanks, of Jamesville, and died the day before they were to wed.

Clark A. Becker and Eva Ackley Becker lived at 104 North St. by 1948, and later moved to 8946 Delphi Falls Rd.  Mr. Becker was born on 12-27-1899, and was a life long resident of the area.  He worked as a carpenter.   Mrs. Becker was born on 9-19-1904, and died on 5-23-1984.  Mr. Becker lived on Delphi Falls Rd. at his death, at age 90, on 11-4-1990.  They had:  Lula Becker, who was born 3-21-1921, wed Hurlbert Hewes, was an assembler for the Thermold Corp. and resided at the Carriage House Apartments in Manlius at her death on 1-18-1993, and Nina M. Becker, who was born in Delphi Falls on 11-30-1923, married Ronald Hathaway, worked for Shopper's Fair in DeWitt, and lived in Delphi Falls at her death on 5-17-2008.

Benjamin H. Bedford and Victoria Cohn Bedford lived on Peth Rd. by 1948, and moved from the area by 1954.  Mr. Bedford, a native of Alexandria, Ontario, Canada, was born on 4-21-1891.  He served in the Army during WWI, and owned and operated a DeWitt restaurant.  Mrs. Bedford was a native of Boston, MA, and came to CNY in 1928.  She was active in many organizations including the OES and the Daughters of the Nile.   The couple was living at 1615 S. Salina St. in Syracuse on 6-9-1959, when Mrs. Bedford died  while visiting in Los Angeles, CA.  Mr. Bedford lived at 151 Ballantyne Rd. in Syracuse when he died on 12-31-1983, at age 92.

Andrew George Beekner and Leah Jenny Welch Beekner lived  on Peth Rd. by 1948.   Mr. Beekner was born on 2-7-1900, and was a farmer.  He died 3-23-1952.  Mrs. Beekner was born in Tioga County, PA, on 9-23-1910.  Following her husband's death, Mrs. Beekner married his brother, William C. Beekner.  He was born on 5-11-1898, and was also a farmer.  He died in July,-1985.  Mrs. Beekner died on 3-8-1992.  Andrew and Leah Beekner had:   Vietta P. Becker, who was a governess in Albany, wed  Eugene Hotaling, and lives in Chittenango, and Virginia R. Becker, who attended Geneseo College, wed William J. Jaffin, Jr., and lived in Colonie, NY.  

Frank Alton Begent and Ruth Sweetland Begent lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  They lived in Groton, NY, and on Center St. in Fayetteville, before moving to Manlius about 1942.  Mr. Begent was born on 9-26-1887.  He was a native of Groton, and was a traveling salesman and a dairy farmer.  Mr. Begent was first married about 1906, but was widowed between 1917 and 1923.  Ruth Begent was born about 1895, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  She wed Mr. Begent about 1923, and worked as an LPN.  Mrs. Begent died on 5-23-1965.  Mr. Begent died on 1-27-1972, from exposure, after he walked out of his home and collapsed.  From his first marriage, Mr. Begent had:  Frank A. Begent, who was born about 1910, and lived in South Lansing, NY, and Louis Sherwood Begent, who was born in 1914, and resided in Ithaca, NY.  Alton and Ruth Begent had:  Virginia Begent, who married Joseph Foley, (see their listing)  Note:  Mr. Begent's name appears as Alton Frank Begent in most records, but his own signature on Selective Service records reads, "Frank Alton Begent."  His father, and his first son, also were known as "Frank Alton Begent."

Philip Bellefeuille and Marion Bellefeuille lived on the Fayetteville Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in MA and near the Eastwood section of Syracuse.  Mr. Bellefeuille was born in MA in May, 1896, and was an auto mechanic.  He died in 1963.  Mrs. Bellefeuille was a native of Lowell, MA, and was born on 11-23-1901.  She worked as a housekeeper in several rectories, and resided at 265 Clover Ridge Dr., in Syracuse, before her death on 9-19-1988.  They had:  Alice Bellefeuille, who was born in Lowell, MA, on 10-25-1920, married Cedric L. Coates, farmed in Granby, NY, and lived in Syracuse when she died on 9-9-1998, Philip Bellefeuille, Jr., who was born about 1923, worked as a carpenter, and resided in Bend, OR, Edward Conway Bellefeuille, who was born on 8-28-1924, served in WWII, married Carol Jane Alexander on 4-23-1955, was a machinist at Lipe-Rollway and later was the head custodian at Wellwood Middle School, and died in October, 1984, and Donald A. Bellefeuille, who was a service station attendant, and lived in NC.

Morton B. Bender and Mary Osborne Bender lived on the Cheese Factory Rd. by 1948, having resided previously in Jamesville and Minoa, and on Polytechnic St. in Chittenango.  Mr. Benedict was born in East Syracuse on 11-7-1895. He owned and operated a farm and was also a seed sales representative for many years with the Olney & Floyd Food Processor Co., in Canastota.  Mrs. Bender was born about 1898, and the couple wed about 1921.  She died on 6-11-1970.  Mr. Bender died on 9-29-1987, at age 91, while residing in Syracuse.  They had:  Robert F. Bender, who was born about 1921, and lived in Fayetteville, Arthur W. Bender, who was born on 3-20-1923, wed  Dorothy Fedora, worked 35 years for the Super Heat Treating Co., and resided in Syracuse at his death on 8-3-1987, Doris L. Bender, who was born in 1927, married a Mr. Otis, and lives in Adams, NY, and Philip M. Bender, who was a farmer, and resided in Baldwinsville.

Claude Burdette Benedict, Sr., and Eva Hale Benedict lived in Eagle Village on East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Benedict was born on 8-16-1889, and was a native of Pompey.  He was a veteran of WWI, and operated a general store in Eagle Village for 25 years.  Mr. Benedict was elected Town of Manlius Supervisor, and also served as superintendent of buildings for Onondaga County.  Mrs. Benedict, a native of Manlius, was born on 5-12-1897, and was a clerk in the War department in Washington, DC, during WWI.  The couple wed in Washington, on 5-27-1919.  After retiring, the couple moved to FL, and lived in Tavares when Mrs. Benedict died on 3-5-1980.  Mr. Benedict returned to Manlius and lived with his son before moving to a local nursing home where he died on 3-12-1981, at 91. They had:  Claude Benedict, (see below), and Harrison Benedict, (see below).

Claude Malcolm Benedict, Jr., and Mary Morley Benedict lived on East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Benedict was born on 5-9-1920, and was a native of Union City, PA.  He was a veteran of five South Pacific campaigns during WWII--including Guadalcanal.  The couple married on 6-26-1942.  Mr. Benedict was a storekeeper and a machine operator for the Precision Castings Co. and retired after 28 years as the chief engineer at the Onondaga County Correctional Facility in Jamesville.  The couple resided at 116 Fayette Circle in Fayetteville at Mr. Benedict's death on  4-12-1994.  They had:  John F. Benedict, who was born about 1945, and lived in Cazenovia, NY, and Sharon Lee Benedict, who was born about 1948, wed William J.  Osuchowski, and lives in Jamesville.

Curtis R. Benedict and Emma Zufelt Sage Benedict lived at 116 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Benedict was born on 5-17-1904, in Hastings, NY, , and was an auto mechanic.  Mrs. Benedict was born 2-27-1900, in Sandy Creek, NY.  She wed John Sage about 1918, and with him had two children.  Mr. Sage died in 1932, and his widow moved to Manlius in 1946.  She and Mr. Benedict wed about 1947.  They soon divorced, and Mr. Benedict moved to Liverpool in the late 1940's.  He wed Margaret Hess, and still resided in Liverpool at his death on 1-8-1988.  Mrs. Sage-Benedict married William M. Shangle in 1963.  Mr. Shangle died in 1974, and his widow retired in 1985--at age 85--as a seamstress for the Addis Co. in ShoppingTown Mall after working there over 30 years.  She died on 4-10-2002, at age 102.   Mr. Sage and Mrs. Sage had:  John Russell Sage, who was born on 8-1-1922, in Sandy Creek, married Virginia Warner about 1942, served in the USN during WWII, was an aircraft mechanic, and lived in Manlius at his death on 8-28-2000, and Vernadee Sage Bailey Forties, who was born in Tully on 1-15-1919, was also a seamstress at the Addis Co., and died on 11-21-2001, just after moving from Syracuse to Binghamton, NY.

Harold A. Benedict and Barbara Robinson Benedict lived at 202 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Benedict was born about 1926, and served with the USN during WWII.  He was a dairy worker.  The couple lived with Mrs. Benedict's mother, Myrtle Wright Robinson.  (See the listing below for Charles J. Robinson.)  They probably divorced, and Mr. Benedict lived in Horeseheads, NY, before moving to Jacksonville, FL, about 1972.  He died in Lake City, FL, on 6-10-1982.  Mrs. Benedict wed Paul D. Lightcap, and lived in Cazenovia by 1984.  Mr. and Mrs. Benedict had:  Margot Lynn Benedict, who was born about 1947, married Gerald Peter Roslund on 9-26-1970, and lives in Atlanta, GA, Linda Jean "Lindy" Benedict, who was born in May, 1952, worked for the Merrill, Lynch brokerage firm as a sales assistant, wed David Griffith, a schoolmate at FMHS, about 1974, and lives in Cazenovia.  

Harrison Burdette Benedict and Dorothy Mae Riley Benedict lived at 8435 East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Benedict was born on 5-2-1923, and served in the ETO during WWII.  His parent's were Claude B. and Eva Benedict, (see their listing).  Mrs. Benedict was born about 1925, and the couple married on 8-29-1945.  Mr. Benedict was a truck driver, and later a custodian at the Onondaga County Courthouse and a bus driver for the FM schools.  He died on 2-16-1976, and Mrs. Benedict, who was a food service worker for the Fayetteville-Manlius School District, died on 8-31-2011.  Their children:  Albert "Scotty" Benedict, who wed Barbara Benedict, resides in Tustin, CA, and David R. Benedict, who attended the University of Buffalo, wed Terri Benedict, and lives in Brighton, MI.  

Melvin Burt Benedict and Elizabeth Green Benedict lived on the Watervale Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Benedict was born on 7-13-1884, and came to the Manlius area about 1906.  He was a dairy farmer, and was noted for his breeding of Brown Swiss cattle.  Mr. Benedict was married about 1908 to Mina L. Benedict, who died in April 1911.  He and Elizabeth Benedict wed about 1915.  The second Mrs. Benedict was born on 1-29-1892, in Tonawanda, NY, but lived in Manlius most of her life.  She was a graduate of the Oswego Normal School and taught school in Roslyn, NY, and Pompey.  Mr. Benedict  died on 3-19-1973, and Mrs. Benedict died on 9-20-1986.  Melvin and Elizabeth Benedict had:  Myrna Benedict, who married Michael Stasiw about 1987, was a teacher for the FM schools, and lived in Manlius, M. Duane Benedict, who was born on 7-24-1920, attended Morrisville Agricultural and Technical Institute, married Marjorie Haffenden about 1944, was a regional manager for Agway where he worked 43 years, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 5-4-1997, Janice Benedict, who was born on 4-19-1911, wed Albert S. Priest, graduated from Morrisville Normal School, lived and taught in Fabius, and died on 7-7-1992, and Harold Benedict, (see his entry above).

Herbert Laverne "Bert" Benn and Edith Benn lived on West Rd. by 1948, having resided previously in Tully, NY, and Syracuse.  Mr. Benn was born in Canada on 8-12-1885, and was of Native-Canadian ancestry.  He worked as a truck driver and farmer.  Mrs. Benn was born on 3-14-1889 in PA, and the couple married about 1910.  They moved to Woodburn, OR, and Mrs. Benn lived in Beaverton, OR, at her death in October, 1979, at age 90. They had:  Laverne C. Benn, who was born in 1915, served as an infantry major in WWII, wed Elizabeth Benn, was a real estate agent, and lived in Auburn, WA, at his death on 12-8-1966, and Virginia Benn Peterson, who was born in 1919, lived in Portland, OR, and probably died on 12-20-1996.

Raymond W. Benson lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Benson was born on 2-20-1912, and was a native of Stillwater, NJ.  He served in the CCC, and later graduated from the New York State College of Forestry in 1939.  Mr. Benson then worked at the Medicine Bow National Forest, Laramie, WY, and in SD and CO.  He served in England in the AAC during WWII.  Mr. Benson wed Helen C. Cook by 1954, and was an assistant deputy commisioner for the Onondaga County Parks Department.  Mr. Benson was in charge of the Highland Forest County Park near Fabius, when he founded the Pioneers Museum there in 1959.  He was also instrumental in forming the Pompey Historical Society and served as director of its museum.  Mr. Benson died on 5-7-1992.  Mrs. Benson was born in Carsonville, MI, on 6-24-1906. She was a graduate of Ypsilanti State College, and was a principal and kindergarten teacher in Kellogg, MI.  Mrs. Benson died on 1-13-1998.

Edward Walter Bentley, Sr., lived at 119 Academy St. by 1948.  Mr. Bentley was born on 8-26-1877, and was a toolmaker and foreman for the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co.  He was married to Mary Keller Bentley.  She was born in 1882, and the couple wed about 1903.  Mrs. Bentley died on 6-11-1939 in an accident on the Cazenovia-Manlius Rd.  She was a passenger in a car driven by her son when it collided with another vehicle.  Her obituary in a local paper said, "Her charitable works and interest in Parent Teacher activities made her well known and well loved by the people within her sphere of activity."  Mr. Bentley died on 5-9-1954.  They had:  Edward W. Bentley, Jr., who was born on 4-10-1913, served in the USN during WWII, worked for the government, and lived in Rome, NY, at his death on 8-22-1999, and M. Jeanette Bentley, who was born in 1908, did graduate work at Syracuse University, taught school in Fayetteville, and worked as an adoption worker for Catholic Charities for 11 years, and lived at 1105 Park St. in Syracuse when she died on 11-27-1956.    

Robert J. Bernier and his sister, Ellen Marie Bernier, lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Bernier was born about  1914.   He was a maintenance worker for the NYC Railroad, and moved to Manlius about 1936.  He died on 2-1-1982.  They were among the children of Oliver F. Bernier and Teresa C. McCarthy.  Miss Bernier was an assembly worker.  She was born on 6-7-1898, and died in a home fire on 1-23-1984.     

Delos N. Bettinger lived at 108 Scoville Ave. by 1948, with his daughter, Iva, and her family.  He resided previously in Chittenango.  Mr. Bettinger was born about 1868, and was a dairy farmer.  He married Beatrice Hall about 1890.  She was born about 1869, and died on 1-12-1944.  Mr. Bettinger is believed to have died about 1950.  They had:  Iva B. Bettinger, who was born on 9-18-1895, married James H. Couden, Sr., and resided in Manlius, (see their listing).

Richard John Beuchat and Evelyn K. Beuchat lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Beuchat was born on 5-10-1920, and grew up in Fayetteville.  He served during WWII, and later worked as a salesman.  The couple moved to FL by 1968, and Mrs. Beuchat, who was born on 2-24-1923, resided in Sanford, at her death on 5-25-2004.  Mr. Beuchat lived in Indialantic when he died on 3-27-2006.  They had two daughters.

Kenneth F. "Sandy" Bex, and Mabel E. Bex lived at 106 West Seneca St. by 1928, and about 1948 moved to a newly built home on West Shore Manor in Jamesville.  Mr. Bex was born on 6-14-1898, and was the manager of the Lawrence Warehouse, and later retired as a foreman after 27 years with the Monarch Records Co.  Mrs. Bex was born 8-24-1899, and the couple married on 6-23-1917.  Mr. Bex died on 2-23-1974, and Mrs. Bex died on 2-5-1978.     They had:  Kenneth L. Bex, who was born on 4-9-1921, wed Elsie Ferguson, served in the USN during WWII, earned a BS degree from Michigan State College, was a teacher-coach for the East Syracuse-Minoa schools, and died on 3-12-2007, and Ellis E. "Bud" Bex, who was born about 1926, served in the USN during WWII, married Evelyn Dietzman by 1954, was a driver with the Monarch Liquor Co. for 44 years, served over 50 years on the Manlius VFD, and lived at 136 Greenridge Dr. 

Milton King Bex, Sr., and Mary Elizabeth Battle Bex lived at 201 Fayette St. by 1928.  Mr. Bex was born in Syracuse on 1-28-1889, and was the foundry superintendent for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Bex, a native of Cazenovia, was born in 1893, and the couple wed in Manlius on 6-3-1912.  The family moved to MI, in 1959, and lived in Devil's Lake when Mrs. Bex died on 3-12-1960.  Mr. Bex died in Adrian on 2-14-1968.  They had:  Milton Bex, Jr., who was born on 10-26-1916, served in WWII, was injured severely and spent over a year and a half in VA hospitals having numerous operations, wed and was divorced from Mary M. Bex, wed Maeola Baker Kilgus, of OH, on 5-4-1974, and resided in Jonesville, MI, when he died on 12-25-1993.  The senior Mr. and Mrs. Bex resided next to the well known Manlius Swan Pond, and a 1953 newspaper article refers to them as "experts" in the care of swans.  Mr. Bex's mother, Catherine Mary King Bex, was a native of England, and wrote several articles about the care of swans.  Her publications were the basis of her son's library on the subject.  The first pair of swans were brought to the area from England by W. W. Cheney.  They soon fell victim to the severe winter weather conditions.  About 1925, a pair of German swans was purchased and imported by the Village.  These birds, which were bred to survive temperatures as low as -40 degrees, were still living 28 years later.

Harrison Crane Bicknell, Sr.,  and Harriet Bicknell lived on Broadfield Dr. by 1948, having lived earlier on Moulton St.  Mr. Bicknell was born on 12-24-1906, and was the assistant athletic director at The Manlius School.  Mrs. Bicknell was born about 1905, and the couple wed about 1928.  The family moved to Ithaca and lived there at Mrs. Bicknell's death on 4-16-1966.  Mr. Bicknell lived in Scotia, NY, at his death on 8-1983.  They had:  Harrison Bicknell, Jr., who was born on 11-27-1929, wed Jane Luhrs on 9-1-1951, and graduated from Cornell University with a degree in electrical engineering, and lived in Schenectady, NY, Bruce M. Bicknell, who was born about 1931, attended Syracuse University and the University of Michigan, and lived in Boulder, CO, Florence Wright Bicknell, who was born on 2-2-1938, attended Virginia Inter-Mont College, and lived in Ithaca at her death on 2-26-2009, and Arthur James "Jimmy" Bicknell, who was born about 1951, and graduated from Ithaca College.  Arthur Bicknell has the dubious distinction of having written what has been called the worst-reviewed play in Broadway history.  His play,  “Moose Murders,” a murder farce, appeared on Broadway in 1983.  It lasted just one performance.  Mr. Bicknell went on, however, to a very successful career as a publicist, and recently returned to his hometown of Ithaca after 11 years as the senior publicist for the Merriam-Webster publishing firm.  

Howard J. Billings and Reba Sleeth Billings lived at 140 W. Seneca St. by 1948, and later resided at 603 Oakwood St. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Billings was born on 1-24-1908, and was a battalion commander at Guadalcanal during WWII.  He served 22 years in the Army and retired as a colonel, and later was the president of the Billings Rug Co., a company begun by his father, Charles H. Billings, in 1905.  Mr. Billings was a graduate of Syracuse University, and a member of the SAR.  Mrs. Billings, a native of Syracuse, was born 9-3-1908, and died on 1-2-1971.  Mr. Billings later married Jeannette M. Billings, and resided at 3 Bradford Dr. in Syracuse when he died on 12-26-1989.  H. J. and Reba Billings had:  Bruce C. Billings, who worked in the family business, and lived in Tully, Barbara Billings, who married Frank Henry Seels on 6-20-1964, graduated from Bucknell and Syracuse University, and resided in Pittsburgh, PA, Marilyn Alys Billings, who graduated from Ashland College, wed George Edwin Claus, and lived in Westerville, PA, Marjorie Billings Martinez, who graduated from Hartwick College in 1969, and lived in Westminster, MA, and Sylvia Jean Billings, who married Harry A. Brown, and lived in Camillus.

William F. Bisgrove lived in the Faculty House at The Manlius School by 1948.  Mr. Bisgrove was born in Auburn, NY, about 1919.  He graduated from Houghton College, and served as a Second Lieutenant in the Army during WWII.  He was a career educator, having taught in Stony Brook, NY, before coming to Manlius to teach history, economics, and driver education.  In 1981, Mr. Bisgrove was appointed the dean of the MPH faculty.  He lived on LaFayette Rd. in Syracuse, by 1981, and moved to Belford, NJ, two years after his retirement from MPH in 1985, so that he could care for his aged mother.  Mr. Bisgrove lived in Belford at his own death on 1-14-2010.

Charles W. Bishop  and Gladys Estelle Norton Bishop lived on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Bishop was born on 1-19-1890.  He was a native of Jamesville and moved to Manlius about 1923.  Mr. Bishop was a farmer, and worked for the Precision Castings Co. before retiring in 1958.  He died on 7-23-1983, at age 93.  Mrs. Bishop was born on 11-12-1894, and the couple wed on 7-5-1922.  Mrs. Bishop died on 10-16-1974.  They had:  Dorothy M. Bishop, who was born about 1924, was an office worker, married Curtis K. Armbrust, and resides at 211 Cleveland Blvd., in Fayetteville, Edward W. Bishop, who was born 1-26-1927, served in the AAC in WWII, worked for the O'Connor Refrigeration Co. and later owned his own refrigeration business, also was a concessionaire at Suburban Park, married Doris Hullar, resided in Fayetteville, and died on 7-21-1989, Donald C. Bishop, who was born about 1934, was a carpenter, suffered internal injuries from a furnace explosion at work on 11-11-1957, and died nine days later, and Richard F. Bishop, who was born 8-22-1931, served in the USAF, married Nancy Goodfellow on 8-11-1956, worked 22 years for the Sims Casting Co. and later was a school custodian, and lived in Chittenango at his death on 12-23-2007.

Carl U. Bjork and Laura Sellwood Bjork lived in Buellville on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Bjork was a native of Gothenberg, Sweden.  He was born on 8-31-1898, came to this country about 1901, and served in WWI.  Mr. Bjork moved to Manlius about 1927, where he worked as a plumber, and also served 13 years as the police justice for the Town of Pompey.  He died in July, 1967.  Mrs. Bjork, was a native of Syracuse, but lived in the hamlet of Buellville, near Manlius, most of her life.  She was born on 5-10-1900, and the couple married about 1917.  Mrs. Bjork died on 4-10-1992, at age 91.  They had:  Helen Muriel Bjork, who was born about 1918, married Edward Chappel about 1936, Maurice Henning about 1939, Oran Giyette about 1963, and Dan Daniels in 1969, and lived in San Diego, CA, Barbara Jane Bjork, who was born on 6-24-1921, wied Harry B. Leske on 4-22-1947, graduated from Oswego State Teacher's College, worked for Marine Midland Bank, and lived in Manlius at her death on 1-24-1997, Jeanne Bjork, who was born in 1925, wed Theodore Stedman on 6-16-1945, in Omaha, NB, and H. Mills Hollinger about 1979, and resides in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Carl Robert Bjork, who was born in 1926, served in the USN during the Korean Conflict, attended Cortland State Teacher's College, married Rita Quadrini on 11-19-1955, was athletic  director and head football coach at Jamesville-DeWitt, and resided in West Palm Beach, FL, before returning to CNY, and Karleen Ann Bjork, who was born in 1929, married Edward P. Heinemann, and resides in New Smyrna Beach, FL.  (See the listing below for Edward Heinemann.) 

Howard C. Black and Mattie Latter Black lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Black was born in DeWitt in 1873, and was a farmer and milk dealer.  Mrs. Black was born in Clay, NY, on 11-12-1878.  The couple married about 1897, resided for a period in Colonie, NY, and came to Manlius about 1930.  Mr. Black died on 5-4-1954, and Mrs. Black died on 11-14-1955.  They had:   Lillian "Lilly" Black, who was born on 10-3-1898, wed Theodore Kuhlkin, and lived in Manlius at her death in January, 1978, Gladys Black, who was born about 1901, Monroe H. Black, who was born on 5-4-1905, wed Eva Hanna, was a baker for 40 years for the Hathaway Baking Co., lived in Fayetteville and Manlius, and died on 6-25-1981, and Clifford W. Black, who was born on 8-28-1912, lived in the family home, was a farmer, and died on 3-1-1980.

Fred E. Blackmer and Phyllis M. Blackmer lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, and later lived in Cicero, NY.  Mr. Blackmer was born on 11-23-1923, and worked for the Veterans Administration.  Mrs. Blackmer, who was born on 7-7-1924, worked as a banker and fund-raiser.  Both were very active in the Cicero United Methodist Church until moving to NC in 1990.  The couple later moved to Green Cove Springs, FL, and resided there at Mrs. Blackmer's death on 5-14-2007.  They had:  Fred Blackmer, Jr.   

Arthur G. Blackwell and Grace Luella Goodfellow Blackwell lived at 125 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Blackwell was born on 10-14-1908, and worked for the Precision Castings Co.   Mrs. Blackwell was born in Syracuse on 10-7-1907, and the couple wed on 8-29-1936.  Mr. Blackwell died on 9-7-1972.  Mrs. Blackwell died on 12-19-1998, at age 91.  They had:  John A. Blackwell, who wed Rosalind Delia on 6-26-1965, worked for the United Parcel Service, and lived in Leland, NC, and Sharon Blackwell, who was a teacher in the Jamesville-DeWitt district, married Phillip Falso, Jr., on 6-29-1968, and lived in Fayetteville.    

Victor A. Blackwell and Blanche Green Blackwell lived at 105 North St. by 1948.  Mr. Blackwell was a blacksmith and horseshoer.  He was born in Canada in 1886, and brought his family to the US in 1919 from Hamilton, Ontario.  They resided in Camden, NY, before coming to Manlius in 1926.   Mr. Blackwell died on 11-15-1969.  Mrs. Blackwell, a native of Canton, NY, was born on 10-11-1898, came to Manlius about 1946, and died on 10-8-1971.  Mr. Blackwell was married previously (about 1905) to Louisa I. Blackwell, who was born in Canada about 1881.  The first Mrs. Blackwell died on 11-16-1941, after being confined to bed following an auto accident a year earlier.  They had:  Willie H. Blackwell, who was born about 1906, Arthur Blackwell, (see his listing above), Frank Blackwell, who lived in Bethesda, MD, and Pearl V. Blackwell, who was born in 1915, married Ralph Sorrendino and a Mr. Metz, resided at 103 North St., and died in September, 1967.  Blanche Blackwell was also wed previously and had:  Cecilia Martin, who was born about 1917, and lived in Ogdensburg, NY.

John Walker Bligh and Gladys Tubbs Bligh came to Manlius about the time of their marriage in 1935.  They moved to an apartment on Pleasant St. in 1939, lived on Garrett Dr. by 1945, and at 604 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Bligh was a native of Pompey, and was born on 9-10-1914.  He was a foreman for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Bligh was born on 9-11-1917, and died on 8-18-2006.  She was a lifelong, active member of the First United Methodist Church.  Mr. Bligh died on 2-3-1997.  They had:  John W. Bligh, Jr., who earned an undergraduate and master's degree from Syracuse University, served in the Army as an interpreter, married Martha Ellen Louttit in Pittsburgh, PA, on 4-13-1963 and Helga Bligh, served abroad in the US diplomatic corps and later became a consultant to the Syracuse Metropolitan Development Association, Donald Eugene Bligh, who was born in February,1938, married Anne Baister about 1961, earned an MA from Syracuse University in 1967, and resided in Manlius, and Terrance James Bligh, who was born about 1944, served in the Army, attended Central Missouri State College, married Mary Catherine Carrera in 1967, and taught at Phoenix, NY, at his death on 2-22-1974.

Charles G. Bloss and Janet Cross Bloss lived at 310 Seneca St. by 1948, and later at 101 Pleasant St.  Mr. Bloss was born on 9-14-1921, in Syracuse.  He served in WWII and moved to Manlius just after the War.  Mr. Bloss was a machine operator for the Precision Castings Co. and the Stone Machinery Co.  He worked 11 years before retiring from the Village's DPW, and died on 10-20-1998.  Mrs. Bloss was born on 10-11-1925.  She worked for the local school district, and died on 8-26-2004.  They had:  Carl G. Bloss, who lived in Manlius, Maxine J. Bloss, who was a secretary for the Magnavox Co., married Ronald W. Pollard in 1972, and lived in Minoa, Charles Bloss, Jr., who lived in Manlius, Mark Bloss, who lived in Manlius, Bridget Candice Bloss, who wed Kenneth Paul Ballard on 4-28-1979, and later a Mr. Wossner, and lived in Verona Beach, NY,  Mark Bloss, and David Bloss, who lived in Manlius, Duane Thomas Bloss, who wed Jennie Lee Sherwood on 8-6-1988, and lived in Sylvan Beach, NY, and Dale Bloss, who was born about 1960, wed Nancy Donohue on 7-9-1983, and lived in Syracuse.

Egbert M. "Bert" Boland, and his brother, Claude Laverne "Mike" Boland, resided with their widowed sister, Minnie Boland Whitney, at 102 High St. by 1948.  They were the children of Frederick Anson Boland and Mary Shannon Boland.  Mr. Boland was born in Cortland, on 11-4-1844, and served the Union cause throughout the Civil War.  Mrs. Boland was born on 11-22-1851, and the couple wed in Oneida, on 12-11-1866.  Following the marriage, Mr. Boland and his family lived and worked on a farm in Chenango County.  They later moved to Manlius and lived there for many years before moving to Syracuse about 1896, where Mr. Boland worked for the Continental Can Co.  They lived at 317 University Ave. at Mr. Boland's death on 12-27-1940, at the age of 96.  Mr. Boland was Syracuse's last surviving Civil War veteran.  After his death, Mrs. Boland returned to Manlius and lived with her children on High St. until her death on 3-25-1946, at age 94.  Bert Boland was born in February, 1872, and was a salesman for the Michelin Tire Co.  He died on 7-15-1964, at age 92.  Claude Laverne Boland, was born on 9-18-1887, and was an outstanding athlete in high school and college.  He graduated from Princeton and was an engineer.  He married Frances Fleming, and died in Syracuse on 11-3-1965.  Minnie Boland wed Henry S. Whitney, and resided in Manlius until her death on 10-14-1958, at age 90.  Frederick and Mary Boland also had:  John C. Boland, who was born on 6-27-1876, resided in Syracuse, and is believed to have died in August, 1962, and Earl F. Boland, who was born in 1878, and died in May, 1920.  (Mr. Boland, whose mother was Annis Darling, is referred to as "Frederick Darling Anson Boland," in some records.  His tombstone, however, reads, "Frederick Anson Boland.")

John Loren Bond and Laura Moss Bond came to Manlius about 1926, and lived at 101 Pleasant St. by 1928, and at 113 North St. by 1954.  Mr. Bond was born in Cazenovia about 1885.  He worked as a deputy sheriff, a salesman, and was manager of the builders hardware department at the Burhans & Black firm before his retirement in 1945.  Mrs. Bond was born in Pompey on 7-13-1890, and the couple wed on 3-4-1912.  She was the Town constable and a court attendant.  Mrs. Bond died on 7-15-1958.  They had:  Richard H. Bond, who lived in Syracuse.  

Freda Seifert Bostwick lived at 137 Washington St. by 1942, at 100 Scoville Ave. by 1928, and at 119 Academy St. by 1953.  Mrs. Bostwick was the widow of Hiram L. Bostwick.  Mr. Bostwick was born in Windham, PA, on 2-17-1879, and lived in Cortland and other towns in upstate NY.  He was a banker and established The Bank of Manlius in 1925, where he was the president.  Mrs. Bostwick was an insurance agent, and died on 2-14-1957.  Mr. Bostwick was married previously to Sarah C. Bostwick, by whom he had:  Hugh C. Bostwick, who was born on 10-15-1906, married Gertrude Humberstone, resided in Jamesville, and died in Oct., 1969, and David R. Bostwick, who was born on 8-28-1913, wed Adele L. Bostwick, graduated from Central City Business Institute, served in WWII, was an accountant and banker, lived in the Canal Zone and inSan Diego, CA, and died on 5-1-1994.  

Warren E. Bottrill and Lois Jane Judge Bottrill lived at 116 Washington St. by 1948, at 108 Moulter St. by 1954, and at 513 Pleasant St. by 1960.  Mr. Bottrill was born in East Syracuse on 1-27-1922, and moved to Manlius as a child.  He graduated from the US Merchant Marine Academy, and served in the Merchant Marine during the Normandy invasion in WWII.  Mr. Bottrill was the owner and president of DeWitt Floors Co., at 5954 East Genesee St., in DeWitt, where he was known as, "The Smiling Rug Man."  In 1979, Mr. Bottrill was appointed building inspector for the Village of Manlius.  Mrs. Bottrill was born on 2-19-1925, and the couple wed about 1945.  She retired as a deputy town clerk in 1999.  Mr. Bottrill died on 10-14-2001, and Mrs. Bottrill died on 4-2-2008.  They had:  Eileen L. Bottrill, who died on 2-13-1949, at age two, Eric R. Bottrill, who was born on 1-1-1949, wed Judith Jones, earned bachelor's and master's degrees from Clarkson College, and lived in Waterville, ME, at his death on 7-3-2000, Rita Bottrill Mack, who attended SUNY at Oswego, and lived in Waterville, Ross Bottrill, who was born on 10-24-1952, and moved to AZ about 1977, and Beth A. Bottrill Cushman, who graduated from the University of Arizona in 1980, and lives in Tucson.                                                       
Willis E. Boutwell and Nellie Louise Heath Boutwell lived at 4 West Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Boutwell was born in Cherry Creek, NY, in 1867, and came to the Manlius area before 1900.  He was a dairy farmer.  Mrs. Boutwell was born on 4-13-1873, in Pompey, and the couple wed there on 2-1-1893.  Mrs. Boutwell died on 11-9-1948, and Mr. Boutwell died on 1-26-1949.  They had:  Ralph Burnet "Burnie" Boutwell, who was born on 8-13-1894, and died on 8-4-1969, and Frank Leslie Boutwell, who was born on 1-19-1898, and died on 10-1-1968.  Both sons were dairy farmers and lived with or near their parents.    

Donald R. Bowers and Doris Cathers Bowers lived at 100 Scoville Ave. by 1948, at 101 Elmbrook Dr. by 1954, and on Eureka Dr. by 1956, before moving to Potsdam, NY.  Mr. Bowers was born on 6-16-1907, in Syracuse, and served in WWII.  He was a machinist and an inspector, and retired from the Central Foundry Co. in Massena.  He died on 7-26-1998, at age 91.  Mrs. Bowers was born on 6-2-1911, and the couple married in Fayetteville on 10-26-1939.  She died in Potsdam on 4-13-1994. 

John F. Bowers lived at 126 1/2 West Seneca St. (AKA Fairgrounds Blvd), by 1928.  Mr. Bowers was a carpenter for the S. Cheney & Sons firm for 40 years.  He died on 1-28-1955.  Mr. Bowers was the widower of Elizabeth Seible.  Mrs. Bowers was born about 1882, and died on 11-28-1941.  They had:  Agnes Marie Bowers, who was born on 1-24-1904, married Louis E. Stafford in 1924, and lived in North Syracuse at her death on 10-9-1987, Donald Bowers, (see his entry above), and Frank C. Bowers, who was born on 6-11-1909, in Pompey, wed Thelma Van Fleet, retired as a diecaster from Precision Castings Co. after 30 years of service, lived in Elbridge, NY, at his death on 1-5-1984.  Mrs. Stafford is referred to as "Marie," in various records, and she apparently used this as her first name.  However, she is also called "Agnes Marie, and "Dawn Marie," in other records.

John B. Bowes and Florence Kosoff Bowes lived at 4910 Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948, and in later years the couple spent winters in Scottsdale, AZ.  Mr. Bowes was born on 12-7-1914, and served in WWII.  He was a sales executive at the Rollway Bearing Co., retiring in 1979 after 40 years of service to the firm.  Mrs. Bowes was born on 12-27-1916.  She was a native of Syracuse and graduated from Syracuse University in 1938.  Mrs. Bowes died on  11-19-1988.  Mr. Bowes resided at The Nottingham, in Jamesville, for about a year before he died on 12-6-1990.  They had:  Terry Anne Bowes Bayer, who was born about 1949, went to Oberlin College, was a social worker, and lived in Westford, MA

Edward M. Boyle and Mary Ann Long Boyle lived on the Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Boyle was born on 9-26-1908, in Syracuse.  He was a meat cutter, and later owned and operated the Boyle Fence Co. for more than 40 years.   Mrs. Boyle was born on 9-27-1914, and the couple wed about 1938.  She died on 4-13-1991, while living in the Limestone Gardens Apartments.  Mr. Boyle resided at 380 Salt Springs Rd. in Fayetteville when he died on 3-6-2000, at age 91. They had:  Mari Anne Boyle, who was born about 1939, attended Cazenovia Junior College, married Thomas J. Calvarese, Jr., and lived in Manlilus, Michael E. Boyle, who wed Patricia Boyle, and lived in Chittenango, Thomas Mark Boyle, who was born about 1941,married Barbara Boyle, and lived in Henderson Harbor, NY, and John H. Boyle, who was born in Syracuse on 12-14-1943, wed April Whipple about 1966, was a self employed plumber, and lived in Manlius at his death on 6-6-2012.  It is believed that Mr. Boyle's sister, Marjorie Mildred Boyle, resided with the family before she moved to Syracuse.  She was born on 5-24-1917, in East Syracuse, and died in Syracuse on 3-15-2002.

Walter J. Bracker and Berenese Blanchard Bracker lived on Enders Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Bracker was a farmer.  He was born on 12-27-1908, and was a native of Cincinnati.  He came to Manlius about 1944.  He died on 1-6-1986.  Mrs. Bracker was born in Syracuse on 2-23-1917, and died on 2-19-1999.  They had:  Patricia Bracker Reakes, who lived in Hamilton, NY,  Christine Bracker, who was born on 11-19-1944, graduated from SUNY, at Plattsburgh, earned a master's from Syracuse University, taught school at F-M, and lived in Manlius at her death on 3-23-2000, Kathleen Marie Bracker, who had a beauty parlor in Manlius, married Thomas Earl Weil in July, 1967, and lived in Skaneateles, and Mary Margaret Bracker, who was born on 7-14-1948, graduated from SUNY at Brockport, was a data manager with the Marine Midland Co., and lived in Manlius at her death on 8-4-2001.  The couple also raised Richard Marshall, who served in the USAF, wed Elaine Corrin Soper, and lived in Atlanta, GA.

Darst C. Bradford and Madge McGann Bradford lived on Troop K. Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Bradford was born on 1-15-1921, and was a native of Chase, MI.  He served in the AAC during WWII and the Korean Conflict.  Mr. Bradford worked for the VA, was a clerk for the Continental Can Co., and later was a building contractor.   Mrs. Bradford was born in Syracuse about 1921, and graduated from Syracuse University.  She retired after teaching kindergarten for the FM school district for many years.  Mr. Bradford died on 10-28-1981, and Mrs. Bradford died on 3-10-2010, at age 90.  They had:  Meredith Ann Bradford Perry, who lives in Worcester, MA.

Helen Arrowsmith Bradley lived on the Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1945.  Mrs. Bradley was born in NJ on 4-22-1902, and about 1930 she wed Charles Goodwin Bradley, Sr.  They lived on James St. in Syracuse, and on Maple Dr. in Lyndon.  Mr. Bradley was born on 3-22-1902, and was the vice-president of the C. C. Bradley & Son firm at their divorce in September, 1945.  He residved in Lutz, FL, at his death in September, 1973.  About 1952, Mrs. Bradley wed Frederick H. Rasmussen, a salesman for the International Shoe Co.  He was born about 1900, and they lived on Brickyard Falls Rd. until his death on 4-25-1953.  Mrs. Bradley later wed Arthur A. Ferguson.  He worked for the Carrier Corp., and operated a quarry on the Brickyard Falls property.  The couple later moved to Los Fresnos, TX, and resided there at Mr. Ferguson's death on 12-20-1975, and at Mrs. Ferguson's death on 5-16-1992, at age 90.  Mr. and Mrs. Bradley had:   C. "Goodie" Goodwin Bradley, Jr., who was born on 10-6-1931, wed Barbara L. Bradley about 1966, and lived in Moyock, NC, at his death on 4-18-2004, and Arrow VanTassel Bradley, who was born about 1937, wed Don Huntley Hoag on 4-23-1955, and lives on Nelson Rd. in Cazenovia.

Herbert L. Bradt and Bessie Mapstone Stevenson Bradt lived on Jamesville Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Bradt was born on 4-21- 1897, and was a life long resident of Manlius.  He married Bertha A. Mosher by 1920, and she died at age 37, on 1-16-1935.  Mr. Bradt and Bessie Bradt, who was also wed previously, married on 12-21-1935.  He retired as a shipping clerk at the Cheney Foundry, after about 50 years of service, and died on 3-8-1970.  Bessie Bradt was born on 12-25-1897, and was a native of Auburn, NY.  She was a teacher in Syracuse for 32 years, and moved to Sarasota, FL, about 1978.  Mrs. Bradt died there on 11-5-1986.  By her first husband, she had:  Edith Stevenson, who graduated from CCBI, (Central City Business Institute), worked for the Central NY Telephone Co., wed Sheldon P. Schoonmaker on 12-10-1944, and lived in Sarasota.

Leander L."Lee" Bradt and Betty Anne Smith Bradt lived at 119 East Seneca St. by 1948, at 108 Academy St. by 1972, and later at 122 Mill St.  Mr. Bradt was born on 9-27-1926, and served in WWII.  He was a machine operator, and a champion amateur bowler.  Mrs. Bradt was born on 9-20-1927, in New Martinsville, WV, and came to Manlius about 1939.  She died on 2-9-1985.  Mr. Bradt resides now in West Palm Beach, FL.  They had:  Trudy Bradt, who was born about 1951, graduated from Alfred State College, married John A. Velardo about 1972, worked at Mercy Hospital in Kenmore, and lived in Cheektawaga, NY.  Mr. Bradt's mother, Rose Bradt, also lived in Manlius.  (See below.)

Rose Billings Bradt lived at 228 1/2 East Seneca St. by 1948, and at 100 Scoville Ave. by 1954.  Mrs. Bradt was born about 1886, and was a native of Long Lake, NY.  She came to Manlius about 1923, did housework and later was a matron at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Bradt wed Leonard G. Bradt about 1910, and died in October, 1963.  Mr. Bradt was a brother of Herbert Bradt, (see his listing above).  He was born on 11-8-1886, and worked as a core maker at the Straight Line Engine Co. and the S. Cheney & Sons Foundry.  Mr. Bradt died at Willard State Hospital on 4-27-1967.  They had:  Victor Bradt, who was born on 6-4-1911, wed Elizabeth Bradt, retired as assistant postmaster after 40 years with the Manlius PO, and died in 10-1982, Vivian Bradt, who was born on 12-11-1913, married Donald J. Penoyer in 1937, worked for the local telephone company, and resided in Manlius at her death on 12-22-1994, Roslyn J. Bradt, who was born on 1-24-1917, was a machinist at the Precision Castings Co., and lived in Jupiter, FL, at her death on 2-26-1995, Beverly Bradt, who was born on 2-27-1920, married Hugh Anderson, and resided in West Palm Beach, FL, at her death on 10-31-1987, Vernon "Ben" Bradt, who was born on 5-1-1923, resided on Broadfield Rd., served in the AAC during WWII, wed Franis Bradt, operated Ben's Barber Shop before retiring in 1988 as a letter carrier for the Manlius PO, and died on 5-22-1992, and Leander Bradt, (see above listing). 

Clarence Brandt and Ruth Chase Brandt lived at 102 Pleasant St. by 1930, 117 North St. by 1948, at 208 Smith St. by 1954, and later at 35 Fenner St. in Cazenovia.  Mr. Brandt was born in DeWitt on 8-27-1895, and grew up in Manlius.  He was a shipping clerk, and later retired as a maintenance worker for the Stone Machinery Co. in Manlius.  Mrs. Brand was born on 3-6-1895, and the couple wed on 5-14-1919.  About 1968, they moved to Massena, NY, and lived there at Mr. Brandt's death on 4-25-1974.  Mrs. Brandt died in 1978.  They had:  Ralph C. Brandt, (see below), and Christina Brand, who was born in November, 1931, wed Michael Lennon on 6-26-1948, and lived in Massena.

Ralph C. Brandt and Jeannine Foote Brandt lived at 106 Elmbrook Dr. by 1948, and later lived in Weedsport, NY.  Mr. Brandt was born about 1921, and served in the AAF during WWII.  He worked for the Stone Machinery Co. and later was a foreman for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Brandt was also a member of the band, "Western Modernaires." Mrs. Brandt, who was born about 1929, subsequently wed Carlton M. Chase, and lived in Chittenango at her death on 4-1-1981.  Mr. and Mrs. Brandt had:  Richard "Ricky" Brandt, who was born in 1947, Donna Brandt Watson, Mary Brandt Bitz, and Andrew Brandt, who was born in January, 1952.

Andreas (Andrew) Braun and Mabel Louisa Baxter Braun lived on Gibbs Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Camden and Rome, NY.  Mr. Braun was born in Germany on 12-7-1879.  Mrs. Braun was born on 9-8-1883 in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, England, and the couple wed about 1911.  They lived in Alberta Province, Canada, until 1921 when they came to the United States.  Mr. Braun was a farmer, and died on 1-2-1966, at age 96.  Mrs. Braun resided at 143 West Seneca St. at her death on 1-9-1976, at age 92.  They had:  Phoebe Barbara Braun, who was born 6-14-1915, in Lougheed, Alberta, wed Herbert Miller, and lived in Old Greenwich, CT, Matthew B. Braun, who was born about 1916, and lived in Fremont, Ralph Braun, (see his listing below), J. Paul Braun, who was born 9-15-1920, served in the USN during WWII, was a tool and die worker, wed Claire L. Smith about 1949, lived in North Syracuse, and died on 12-18-2003, Ruth M. Braun, who was born about 1923, wed James MacLachlan, and lives in Rome.  All of the children were born in Canada, except Ruth, who was born in NY.

Ralph J. Braun and Mary Anderson Braun lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Braun was born in Lougheed, Alberta, Canada, on 12-14-1918, and served in the USN during WWII.  He was a toolmaker for the Allen Tool Co. for 41 years when he retired in 1981.  Mr. Braun moved to Constantia, NY, about 1985, and died on 8-31-2001.  They had:  Mary Ellen Braun, who wed Michael Mabe on 6-5-1965, and lived in Dallas, TX, Elizabeth Braun Rock, who lived in Constantia, Ralph Braun, Jr., who lived in Madison, WI, Robert "Robbie" Braun, who was born in May, 1951, and lived in Raleigh, NC, and Daniel Braun, who lived in Cazenovia.

Jay M. Brennan and his sister, Mae Collier Brennan, resided on the Manlius Cazenovia Rd. (Oran Rd.) in Buellville by 1930.  They were among the eight children of John and Mary Brennan, and resided previously in Fulton, NY.  Jay Brennan was born in Cazenovia on 1-14-1890, and was a farmer.  He died after 1961.  Miss Brennan was born on 12-23-1894.  She retired  from Chappel's Department Store, in Syracuse, in 1960, and died on 7-23-1988, at age 93.

Allen Clinton Briggs and Bertha Briggs lived in Manllius by 1948.  Mr. Briggs was born in Manlius on 9-22-1924.  He was an alloy helper, and a security guard for Morris Protective Service.  He later wed Caleen Ruth Carpenter, who was born on 2-9-1940.  They divorced in 1990, and Mrs. Briggs married Robert Larkin Smith.  She died 9-11-1999.  Mr. Briggs resided at 113 Worden Ave., in Nedrow, NY, at his death on 11-30-1998.  Allen and Caleen Briggs had:  Allen Briggs, Jr. , who was born about 1960, and lived in Clayton, NY, Dawn Briggs-Zaffuto, who was born about 1970, graduated from Onondaga Community College in 2000, worked as a nurse, and resides in West View, PA.   

Gerald A. "Briggsy" Briggs and Shirley Mann Briggs lived on East Bank Rd. near Cazenovia by 1948,  Mr. Briggs was born in Vestal, NY, on 3-18-1923.  He was an equipment mechanic for the E.J. Button Construction Co. in Chittenango for 40 years, and also ran a lawnmower repair business.  Mrs. Briggs was born on 1-27-1927, in Savannah, NY. The couple moved from Manlius about 1953 and lived in the Perryville and Chittenango area.  They resided on Race St. in Chittenango when Mrs. Briggs died on 1-10-2008, and when Mr. Briggs died on 2-5-2010.  They had:  Gary Briggs, who married Sue Briggs, and lives in Sanford, ME, Ronnie Briggs, who married Debbie Briggs, and resides in Mound City, KS, Nancy Briggs, who wed Roy Maguire, and lives in Warsaw, NY, and Sallee Briggs, who married Tim Jackson, and lives in Chittenango.    

George E. Briggs and Eleanor Luce Briggs lived on West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Briggs was born on 3-3-1920, and was a native of Pompey.  He served in the ETO during WWII, and retired as a truck driver for the Sears Oil Co.  The couple moved to Pennellville, NY, in 1974, and lived there at Mr. Briggs' death on 4-17-1991.   Mr. Briggs and his brother, Allen C. Briggs, (see his listing above), were among the children of Elmer J. Briggs and Maude L. Briggs. 

Irving Franklin Briggs and Katherine Googin Briggs lived at 106 Franklin St. by 1910.  Mr. Briggs was born on 8-14-1873, and was a blacksmith.   He also was the police chief for the Village in the late 1920's.  Mrs. Briggs was born about 1880, and the couple wed about 1898.  In 1935, Mr. Briggs was a juror in the federal government's tax evasion trial against Arthur Flegenheimer, (better known as "Dutch Schultz").  Mr. Briggs died in 1963.  

Robert O. Britten and Lucy M. Britten lived on West Seneca St. by 1941.  Mr. Britten was born on 8-18-1906, in Wilkes Barre, PA.  He was the owner and operator of the first Planters Peanut store in the CNY area, and retired in 1968 after 27 years with the Allied Chemical Co.'s quarry in Jamesville.  He  resided on Lindbergh Rd. in Nedrow when he died on 3-6-1985.  Mrs. Britten was born in Lisbon, NY, on 12-9-1917.  She died on 6-3-2004.  They had: Thomas W. Britten, who was born about 1941, married Marianne Britten, and lives in Tampa, FL, Barbara M. Britten, who was born about 1945, married Joseph Molesworth on 10-22-1966, worked for the Loblaw grocery chain, and lives in Hillsboro, OR, Glenda Britten, who was born about 1946, married Norman Wilber, and resides in Brookings, OR, and Norma Jean Britten, who was born about 1948, married Robert F. Lagstrom, and lives in Syracuse.

Louis L. Broadfield and Florence Bailey Broadfield lived on Broadfield Rd. by 1932.  Mr. Broadfield was born on 10-25-1897, and was a farmer.  By 1937, the Broadfields were living much of the time in St. Petersburg, FL, and moved to Clermont, FL, in 1957.  Mr. Broadfield died in July, 1968.  Mrs. Broadfield was born on 4-14-1904, in Westmoreland, NY, and died in Clermont on 5-11-1999.  Mr. Broadfield was wed previously to Dorothy Broadfield.  She was born about 1904, and they wed about 1927.

Erwin Brokhoff and Janice Peterson Brokhoff lived on Burke Rd. near Jamesville by 1948, on Troop K. Rd. by 1954, and later moved to Fyler Rd. in Kirkville.  Mr. Brokhoff was born on 12-4-1907.  He was a veteran of WWII, and later worked as a machinist.  Mr. Brokhoff died on 9-15-1999, at age 91.  Mrs. Brokhoff was born in CNY on 9-3-1924.  They had:  Richard Erwin Brokhoff, who was born on 10-22-1951, attended St. Rose College, wed Patricia Anne St. Hilaire, was a pharmacist and church music director, and died in Clifton Park, NY, on 9-16-1998, Daniel C. Brokhoff, who lives in Manlius, William P. Brokhoff, who wed Faith D. Johnson on 7-21-1972, and lived in Liverpool, Charles W. Brokhoff, who lived in Kirkville, and Andrew L. Brokhoff, who was born about 1966, married Michelle Corsoniti  Harvey on 5-28-1994, was a machine technician for the TRW Corp., and lived in Constantia, NY, Edward Brokhoff, who lived in Silver Springs, FL, and Marie Brokhoff McCoy, of Highland Lakes, NJ.

Edward H. Brooks and Mary Louise Brooks lived at 306 East Seneca St. by 1948, and at 205 Eureka Dr. by 1954.  Mr. Brooks was born on 10-2-1924, and served in the army during WWII.   He was an electrical manufacturing engineer, and retired after 40 years of service with GE.  Mr. Brooks died on 5-13-1999.  Mrs. Brooks was born on 9-12-1925, in Blue Island, IL.  She worked for The Post-Standard newspaper, and then operated a family owned Baskin-Robbins ice cream store in the Penn Can Mall.  She died on 3-29-2007.  They had:  Sharon Brooks, who wed James F. Dowd on 6-17-1972, and lived in Manlius, and Douglas E. Brooks, who was born on 9-4-1953, worked for Magnavox, and lived in Syracuse at his death on 3-19-1996.  (See the listing below.)

Howard J. Brooks and Myra Blair Brooks lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Brooks was born about 1892. He worked as a machinist for a furnace company and later worked on an assembly line at GE, and died in 1962.  Mrs. Brooks was born in Belmont, NY, on 2-13-1893.  The family came to Manlius about 1936.  Mrs. Brooks assisted in the operation of the family farm, and died on 9-10-1996.  She was 103.  They had:  Shirley Brooks, who was born about 1919, wed Harry Hamilton, and resided in Franklin Town, LA, Edward Brooks, (see his listing above),  Barbara Jean Brooks, who was born in 1926, worked for GE, married Charles Hiller on 2-2-1946, and resided in Ormond Beach, FL, Phyllis Brooks Ferguson,who was born in 1916, and lived in Manlius, Donald E. Brooks, who was born in 1929, served in the USN, and resided in Sebring, FL, Jack E. Brooks, who was born about 1930, was wounded on two separate occasions in the Korean conflict, and died on 10-1-1950, in a military hospital in Osaka, Japan,  Paul Brooks, who served in the USN, and lived in Dillsboro, NC, Paula Brooks Wittworth, who was a nurses aide, and lived in Manlius, Roger Brooks, who was an assembler for the Easy Washer Co., and lived in Manlius, Theodore R. Brooks, who lived in Solvay, NY, and Georgianna M. Brooks, who was born about 1934, served in the WAVES, wed Max Thelen, and lived in Sebring.  Mr. Brooks, had previously married about 1911, and had two daughters from that marriage:  Bessie O. Bernhardt, who was born about 1912, and died on 6-19-1982, and another who wed William Demmerle, and lived in Caughdenoy, NY.  Mrs. Brooks, is thought to have been married previously to a Mr. Stull, by whom she had:  Miles Brooks, who was born about 1917, and lived in Tulare, CA.  When Alma C. Blair, the mother of Mrs. Brooks, died in Syracuse on 7-24-1951, she was survived by 17 children, 57 grandchildren, 28 great- grandchildren, and 103 other relatives.  When Mrs. Brooks died in 1996, at age 103, she was survived by 10 children, 39 grandchildren, 72 great-grandchildren, and 15 great-great-grandchildren.

Raymond D. Brough and Katharine Boedicker Brough lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948.  Dr. Brough was a native of Poultney, VT, and graduated cum laude from dental school at Tufts University.  He practiced dentistry in Syracuse for 50 years, before retiring in 1981, and served as president of the Onondaga County Dental Association.   Mrs. Brough was born in NJ on 7-28-1909, and graduated from Columbia University.  The couple married about 1934.  Mrs. Brough practiced dentistry with her husband until shortly before her death on 5-17-1978.  Dr. R. D. Brough died 2-14-1999, at age 93.  They had:  Gail Brough, who was born about 1935, attended the Colllege of New Rochelle, wed James William Chapman, and resided in Albuquerque, NM, Raymond Donald Brough, who was born about 1942, graduated from the University of Detroit in 1965 with a degree in electrical engineering, and resided in Honolulu, HI, James Brough, who lived in NYC, Michael B. Brough, who was born about 1946, graduated from Georgetown University, was awarded a Lehman Fellowship, and lived in Chapel Hill, NC, Mary Katharine "Kay" Brough, who went to the Columbia Presbyterian Nursing School, married Thomas Maroney, and lived in Manlius, and Ann Brough, who attended the College of New Rochelle, married Richard J. Mullin, and lived in Manlius.

Charles Mason Brown and Esther Ryan Brown lived on Brown's Gulf Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Brown was born about 1901, in Watervale, and was a farmer.  He lived virtually his entire life on the same farm, which had been in his family since 1790.  Mr. Brown died on 3-5-1980.  Mrs. Brown was born on 11-10-1904, and worked for the Northwestern Life Insurance Co. and for the W. T. Grant Co.  The couple married about 1947, and Mrs. Brown died on 4-7-1988.  Mr. Brown's parents and sister lived nearby, (see the listings below for Jay C. Brown and Carl Lamoreaux).

Edwin J. Brown and Clarissa L. Brown lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1946.  Mr. Brown was born on 1-21-1897, and was a veteran of WWI.  He was a farmer, gas station attendant, and an employee of Syracuse Transit Corp.  He and Mrs. Brown wed in 1946.  She was born about 1902, and died on 5-10-1984.  Mr. Brown died on 12-24-1968.  He had been married previously to Evelyn L. Hines and they lived on Syracuse's North side.  The first Mrs. Brown was born about 1903, and they were wed about 1920.  They had:  Rita Brown, who was born about 1921, married James O. Kimball, and lived in Billings, MT, Shirley M. Brown, who was born about 1923, married Nicholas Staffiero, and lived in Nedrow, Frances E. Brown, who was born in 1925, Edwin Brown, Jr., who was born in 1928, served in the USN during WWII, and resided in Mundelein, IL, Elaine Brown, who lived in Liverpool, NY, and Celia Brown, who resided in Truxton, NY.

Frank E. Brown and Dorothy C. Brown moved to Manlilus about 1944, and lived at 302 North St. by 1948.  Mr. Brown was born near Verona, NY, about 1888, and lived in Albany, NY, for 32 years.  He was a passenger conductor on the NYC RR, retiring in 1954 after 44 years of service.  Mr. Brown died on 1-13-1956.  Mrs. Brown was born about 1892.

Jay C. Brown lived on Brown's Gulf Rd. by 1948.  He was born in 1876, and except for several occasions when he worked and lived on Syracuse's near West side, Mr. Brown was primarily a farmer and lived in Manlius.  He was married to Florence I. Mason.  Mrs. Brown was born in December, 1874, and the couple wed about 1899.  She died in 1946, and Mr. Brown died in 1957.  They had:  Charles Mason Brown, (see his listing above), and Esther Alice Brown, who was born about 1911, and wed Carl Douglas Lamoreaux in Vernon Center, NY, on 8-30-1940, (see their listing below). 

William H. Brown and Ruth Lawback Brown lived on Jamesville Rd. by 1946, having lived earlier in East Syracuse.  Mr. Brown was a buffer operator, and later was an inspector for the BLC Corp.  Mrs. Brown was born in East Syracuse on 1-21-1917, and the couple wed about 1944.  She worked for the Benedict Silver Co. and for Smith-Corona.  Mrs. Brown died on 10-22-2008.  They had:  Christine Kay Brown Hammond, who taught near Syracuse, and later lived in TX, Robert "Bob" Brown, who married  Kathleen O'Brien, and lived inSyracuse, and William G. Brown, who was born on 6-13-1950, attended RIT, and lived in Brooklyn at his death on 1-25-1990.  

Robert I. Browning and Jane Pulver Browning moved to Jamesville Rd. in 1948, and then moved to CA by 1951.  Mr. Browning was born 12-2-1916.  He was in sales with the  Crouse-Hinds Co., and eventually became a vice president of the firm.  The family moved to Glenview, IL, and Mr. Browning resided there at his death on 2-14-2004.  They had:  Robert Browning, Jr., and Richard Browning, who wed Sandra Browning.

Francis G. Buechner, and his sisters, Katherine Mary Buechner, and Dorothy V. Buechner lived on Palmer Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Buechner was born about 1910, and was a farmer.  He died on 4-12-1986.  Catherine Buechner was born on 2-23-1908, and was a teacher.  She died on 8-21-1977.  Dorothy Buechner was born on 8-15-1912, and retired from the Syroco Co. in Syracuse.  She died on 1-18-1983.  They were three of the four children of Jacob Buechner and Katharine Buechner, who farmed in Manlius.  The fourth child, Irene Elizabeth Buechner, wed a Mr. Obrien, and lived in Manlius.  (See her listing below.)  Catherine Buechner's given name is rendered "Katherine" in some records.

Andrew E. Buff and Ruth Prentiss Buff lived on Troop K. Rd. by 1948.  They lived on Maple Dr. in Lyndon by 1942, and moved to Skaneateles in 1951.  Born in Syracuse on 2-20-1910, Mr. Buff graduated from Christian Brothers Academy and Niagara University.  He briefly worked for the Syracuse parks department, and then was a buyer for the J. F. Buff Hides and Furs Co.  Later he owned and operated Andy Buff's Trading Post at 1516 Erie Blvd., East, in Syracuse.  Mr. Buff died on 8-3-2000, at his home in Skaneateles, where Mrs. Buff still resides.  They had:  Shirley Buff McNay, who lived in Ruidoso, NM, Jude Buff Walton, who lived in Clayville, NY, and James Andrew Buff, born about 1938, Donald Buff, and Thomas Buff, all of whom lived in Skaneateles.   

Addison W. "Whitey" Bullard and Dorothy Marie Sherman Bullard lived on Henneberry Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Bullard was born on 10-2-1928, and was a farmer.  Mrs. Bullard was born about 1928, and the couple married on 10-11-1947.  Mr. Bullard died on 8-15-1972.  Mrs. Bullard now lives in Fayetteville and still works for the J. C. Penney Co.  They had:  Addison John Bullard, who was born in Syracuse about 1949, graduated from the SUNY at Binghamton, was the manager and co-owner of Dear John, a bath boutique in Greenwich Village, NY, and Key West, FL, and died in NYC on 5-11-1986, and David Marshall Bullard, who was born about 1953, and lives in Fayetteville.

Alfred James Bullard and Kathlyn Inez "Kay" Murdock Bullard lived on Henneberry Rd. by 1948, and later lived in DeRuyter.  Mr. Bullard was born in Syracuse on 7-12-1925, and served in the USN during WWII and in the Korean conflict.  Mrs. Bullard was born on 5-22-1927, in Syracuse, and the couple wed in Manlius on 7-27-1946.  He worked as a machinist, and she was a secretary, and retired in 1996 as site manager of an apartment complex for the disabled and elderly.  The family moved to Greensboro, NC, in 1973, and to its suburb, Climax, in 1988.  Mr. Bullard later managed a mobile home park, and died on his 50th wedding anniversary, 7-27-1996.  Mrs. Bullard wed Edward W. Wilkinson on 3-20-1999, in Climax, where she still resides.  Mr. and Mrs. Bullard had:  James Gardner Bullard, who was born in 1954, married Linda Long, Mary Anne Boyer, Kimberly Wagoner, and Lori Elizabeth Cillo, and lived in Climax, Kathlyn Marie Bullard, who was born in 1956, wed Mark Robert Denkenberger in DeRuyter on 9-14-1974, and resided in Greenwich, NY, Virginia May "Ginny" Bullard, who was born in 1959, wed Bradley Fields on 1-7-1978, and lives in Climax, and Bryan Malcolm Bullard, who was born on 3-9-1962, and died in Greensboro on 10-2-1977.

Charles H. "Cubby" Bullard and Norma Jane Richburg Bullard lived on Eureka Dr. by 1948,  Mr. Bullard was born in Manlius about 1926, and served in the USN during WWII.  He was a member of the Mohawk Turtle Clan.  Mr. Bullard was a smelter and die maker for the Precision Castings Co. for 33 years.  Mrs. Bullard was born about 1927, and worked in the Manlius office of the Syracuse Trust Co.  The couple divorced about 1950, and Mr. Bullard married Ruth A. Way in Cazenovia on 12-30-1955.  She was a store clerk.  About the time of their marriage,  Charles and Ruth Way Bullard moved to Chittenango where they lived in the home at 430 North St. where Mr. Bullard's parents, Fred and Marguerite Bullard, previously lived.  Mr. Bullard died on 10-22-2010.  

Frederick Arthur Bullard and Martha Jean "Sandy" Sanders Bullard lived on Henneberry Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Bullard was born about 1922, and  served in the AAC during WWII.  He went on to become a career military officer and retired as a Lt. Colonel.  Mr. Bullard lived in Brooksville, FL, at his death on 4-24-2007.  Mrs. Bullard, who was born on 8-10-1922, in IN, lives now in VA.  They had: Richard Bullard, who lives in VA, and Michael Bruce Bullard, who was born on 5-26-1948, graduated from Florida State University, wed Lah Bullard, was the owner of the Tallahassee Therapeutic Equipment Co., and died on 11-4-1997, from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident in Thailand.    

Frederick Gardner Bullard and Marguerite Boone Bullard lived on Henneberry Rd. by 1948, having lived previously at 146 West Seneca St.  Mr. Bullard was born on 3-17-1894, in Manlius.  He was a decorated veteran of WWI, having been wounded three times.  Mr. Bullard was a cattle dealer and a dairy farmer, and also worked for the Syracuse Journal newspaper.  He lived in Chittenango at his death on 8-4-1970.  Mrs. Bullard was born in Marcellus, NY, on 6-25-1903, and was a bank teller before retiring in 1968 as a secretary at the Manlius Military School.  She died on 7-20-1994, at age 91.  They had:  Addison Bullard, (see his listing above), Alfred J. Bullard, (see his listing above), Frederick A. Bullock, (see his listing above), Charles Bullard, (see his listing above), and Robert L. Bullard, (see his listing below).

Robert L. Bullard and Erma Mae Griffith Bullard lived at 311 Pleasant St. by 1948, and at 102 Elmbrook by 1954, and lived in Eagle Village for over 40 years.  Mr. Bullard was born on 7-29-1927, and served during WWII.  He retired from the postal service.  Mrs. Bullard was born in Blodgett, MO, on 9-5-1922, and the couple married in 1946. She worked for GE and managed a day care center.  Mrs. Bullard died on 4-16-2012.  They had:  Mark Bullard, who married Rita Bullard, graduated from Eastern Baptist College, and lives in Limerick, PA, and Robin Bullard, who married Kevin Reynolds, and lives in Liverpool.

Victoria Alice Tappan Bullard lived at 152 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mrs. Bullard was born in Baldwinsville, NY, on 5-27-1865.  She was the widow of Frederick John Bullard.  They married in 1888, and came to Manlius about 1895.  Mr. Bullard was born in Fulton, NY, on 11-3-1860, and died in November, 1940.  He worked as a farmer, carpenter, and meat cutter.  Mrs. Bullard died on 7-17-1955.  They had:  Frederick G. Bullard, (see his listing above), Edna M. "Betsy" Bullard, who was born about 1898, Curtiss Bullard, who was born in 1900, Charles R. Bullard, who was born about 1903, Ora Mercy Bullard, who was born on 12-3-1903, married Mark Harrison Reeves about 1932, and died on 2-19-2006, at age 102, (see their listing), and Ocea Bullard, who was born in 1904.  Mrs. Bullard had nine children but only four--Edna, Charles, Frederick, and Ora Bullard--lived past childhood. 

Agnes Baird Bulson lived at 406 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mrs. Bulson was born in Amboy Center, NY, on 4-18-1900.  She married  Milo C. Bulson about 1916.  He was born about 1895, and was a railroad laborer.  Mrs. Bulson lived in the Cortland area and moved to Cleveland, NY, about 1950.  She lived there when she died on 12-27-1954.  They had:  LeRoy F. Bulson, who was born on 5-31-1917, worked as a core maker, and lived in Oneida at his death in April, 1985.  
Charles  Richard Burchard and Marjorie Jane Wetmore Burchard lived at 118 Smith St. by 1928.  Mr. Burchard was born on 10-17-1898, in Eaton, NY.  He was a machinist for the Lamson Corp.  Mrs. Burchard was born in 1897, and the couple wed in Manlius on 7-14-1921.  Mr. Burchard died on 7-19-1957, and Mrs. Burchard died on 9-30-1987, at the age of 90.  They had:  Evelyn Lucille Burchard, who was born on 2-18-1924, graduated from CCBI, (Central City Business Institute), was a legal stenographer and secretary, and died on 12-10-1997.  Miss Burchard was very active in the Manlius United Methodist Church, where she was a soloist in the choir, played piano, and taught Sunday school. 

William Floyd Burchard and Dora Anna Chamberlain Burchard lived at 510 Pleasant St. by 1928, having moved to Manlius about 1899.  Mr. Burchard was born on 5-26-1873, in Eaton, NY.  He  was a molder at the S. Cheney & Sons Foundry for 30 years, and, later, was a caretaker.  Mrs. Burchard, a native of Eaton, was born in 1877, and the couple wed on 11-24-1896.  Mr. Burchard died on 9-19-1957, and Mrs. Burchard died on 9-29-1964.  They had:  Charles R. Burchard, (see his listing above),  Florence Grace Burchard, who was born on 4-22-1901, was an inspector for the Precision Castings Co. for 44 years, and died on 11-7-1987,  and Howard Gilbert Burchard, who was born on 9-18-1904, in Manlius, married Grace May Coon in Homer, NY, on 5-28-1927, worked 46 years for the Precision Castings Co., moved to Kirkville in 1935, and resided there at his death on 10-21-1994, at age 90.  Florence Burchard is often referred to as "Grace F. Burchard," in early records.

Beach Lyman Burdick and Hazel Nash Burdick lived on Pompey Center Rd. by 1930.  Mr. Burdick was born on 12-7- 1892, in Manlius, and was a farmer, and later a fireman for the Oberdorfer Foundry Co.  Mrs. Burdick was born on 8-17-1893, in Dexter, NY, and came to Manlius about 1905.  The couple married on New Years Day, 1912, in Jamesville.  Mr. Burdick died in December, 1969, and Mrs. Burdick died on 2-23-1976.  They had:  Rodger L. Burdick, who was born 7-28-1912, married Caroline Burdick, was a machinist, and lived in Ft. Worth, TX, at his death on 2-8-1997, Lynn D. Burdick, who was born on 8-4-1915, lived in Nedrow, and died on 3-1-1993, Ruth Ardel Burdick, who was born about 1917, married Roy Blair on 11-5-1936, had eight sons, and died on 2-1-1976, while residing in Arlinton, TX, Ann Burdick, who married Raymond C. Relyea about 1953, and lived in Manlius, (see their listing below), and Eugene A. Burdick, who was born on 8-16-1927, served in the army during WWII, married Ann Skoczen, drove a truck for the Interstate Trucking Co., and resided in Hastings, NY, at his death on 12-25-1990.  Mr. Burdick's given name is also shown as, "Beech," but, usually, he was known by his middle name, Lyman.

Carrie Mead Burdick lived at 318 East Seneca St. by 1948.  She was born on 8-3-1865, and was a native of Pompey.  She came to Manlius about 1895.  Mrs. Burdick was the widow of DeValle Elias Burdick, whom she married on 5-19-1884.  Mr. Burdick was born in Truxton, NY, on 10-4-1854, worked as a farmer, and died on 11-26-1928.  Mrs. Burdick died on 3-26-1955.  They had:  Hazel S. Burdick, who was born about 1886, Elma Burdick, who was born on 11-21- 1899, wed Ray Joy, and lived in Syracuse at her death on 6-4-1992, at age 92, and B. Lyman Burdick, (see his listing above)

Otto Eugene Burdick and Blanche Mary Lillie Burdick lived at 311 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mr. Burdick was born on 10-9-1900, in Oneida Castle, NY, He was a machinery dealer, and a farmer.  The couple wed 1920, and are believed to have divorced in the mid-1950's.  Mr. Burdick later wed Harriett Burdick.  He moved to Syracuse about 1961, and lived at 1408 East Washington St. at his death on 11-19-1963.  Blanche Burdick was born 10-16-1900, in Pine Woods, NY.  Following her divorce she lived in North Syracuse.  She died in Ossining, NY, on 12-21-1991, at age 91.  Otto and Blanche Burdick had:  Alma Gene Burdick, who was born in Syracuse on 2-12-1925, graduated from nursing school, worked as a stewardess for United Air Lines, wed a Mr. Rice, lived in Costa Mesa, CA, and died 12-4-1977, Theresa Burdick Carroll, who lived in Mansfield OH, Marilyn Blanche Burdick, who attended Syracuse University, wed Ronald LeRoy Rockwell in 1952, and lived in Clay, NY, and Pauline Janet Burdick, who was born about 1938, studied art education at New Paltz State Teachers College, married Murray J. Gudisman about 1957, and lives in Buchanan, NY.

Volney A. Burgess and Ruth Elizabeth McDermott Burgess lived on Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Burgess was born on 9-23-1902, and was a shop worker and farmer.  Mrs. Burgess was born on 7-31-1905, and the couple married on 9-24-1927.  She died on 10-31-1963, and Mr. Burgess died in April, 1982.  They had:  Duane E. Burgess, who lives in Tucson, AZ, Dale S. Burgess, who wed Diane DeVaul, was a mechanic, and lives in Georgetown, NY, and Rev. Volney Richard Burgess, who was born on 8-3-1933, married Ruth Wilcox, served in the Korean conflict, was a maintenance technician at Bristol Labs, a home contractor, and spiritualist minister, and lived in Manlius at his death on 2-7-2008.

George J. Burghard and Adele Snyder Burghard lived at 135 West Seneca St. by 1948, having resided earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Burghard was born on 11-10-1904, and was a cost accountant.  Mrs. Burghard was born 6-16-1907, and the couple wed about 1925.  The couple moved to New Hartford, NY, by 1955, and lived there when Mr. Burghard died on 9-1981, and Mrs. Burghard resided in Utica, NY, at her death on 6-6-1994.  They had:  George Adele Burghard, who was born in Syracuse on 12-11-1926, served in the USN during WWII, married Jeannine Ingerson about 1948, attended Syracuse University, retired from Consolidated Freightways, and lived in Chittenango at his death on 8-31-2008, Armand Richard Burghard, who was born in 1928, and served in the US Coast Guard, wed Doris Ann Reisinger in September, 1955, and lives in NJ, Jacob W. Burghard, Paul F. Burghard, who married Marie Burghard, and lives in Summerdale, AL, and Eleda Burghard, who wed Charles Roberts, and lives in CA.

Edmund C. Burke and Matilda Barbara O'Sullivan Burke lived on Peck Hill Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Fenner, NY.  Mr. Burke was born about 1871, and worked for the Borden Milk Co. in NYC from 1897 until 1910, when he came to CNY.  He operated a 130 acre dairy farm and also was an insurance agent.  Mrs. Burke was born in County Kerry, Ireland, about 1878, and came to this country about 1896.  The couple married in New Haven, CT, about 1911.  Mrs. Burke died on 9-16-1957.  Mr. Burke died on 5-16-1966, at age 94, while residing at 8552 South Eagle Village Rd.  They had:  Eugene Burke, who was born about 1912, Edwin Burke, who was born in 1915, was a star football player at Colgate University, and was killed 10-3-1943, while serving with the USN in the South Pacific during WWII, Esther Burke, who was born in 1916, wed Frederick Russell, had seven children, lived in Marathon, NY, and was a teacher, Ilene Burdick, who was born in 1919, graduated from Cortland State University and Syracuse University, was a teacher, worked in Utica and throughout CNY, and died on 6-10-2000, her twin, Irene Burdick, who died in 1944, John L. Burke, who was born in Perryville about 1921, and was a farmer, and his twin, Matilda Barbara "Tillie" Burke, who was a teacher, wed James J. Danehy, and resided in Cazenovia at her death on 10-28-2009, William E. Burke, who was born on 7-25-1912, in East Syracuse, graduated from Niagara University, wed Virginia T. Canavan on 8-27-1938, was an official in the Knights of Columbus organization, and lived in Utica at his death on 7-24-1983.

Frederick Burke and Eunice Trembly Burke lived on Seneca Turnpike near Chittenango by 1948, having lived earlier at 711 South Beech St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Burke was born about 1910, in Lowville, NY.  He worked as the manager of the Gates Dairy milk plant.  Mrs. Burke was born in New Breman, NY, on 4-23-1913, and worked as an LPN.  The family lived on Gares Rd. in Chittenango when Mr. Burke died on 6-30-1965.  Mrs. Burke later wed Arthur Williams, and they resided in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.  Mr. Williams died in 1981, and Mrs. Burke-Williams returned to Fayetteville in 1999, and lived at 6940 Highbridge Rd.  She died 3-10-2002.  They had:  Sara "Sally" Burke Keeney Kalitan, who was born about 1933, and resides in Fayetteville, and Phyllis Ann Burke, who was born about 1942, and lives in Syracuse.

William M. Burke and Mary Josephine Keough Burke lived on Gates Rd. near Jamesville by 1948, and later lived at 126 Washington St.  Mr. Burke was born about 1887, and was a farmer.  Mrs. Burke was born about 1883, and the couple married in April, 1910.  Mr. Burke died on 11-1-1960, and Mrs. Burke died on 6-30-1963.  They had:  Francis W. Burke, who was born about 1913, resided in Manlius, and died on 10-17-1963, James Donald Burke, who was born about 1915, and lived in Syracuse, Mary Burke, who was born in 1918, wed Francis B. Brown, was a bookkeeper and lived in Manlius, and Solonge B. Burke, who was born in Pompey on 2-7-1920,  lived at 140 Greenridge Dr., and died 5-11-2012, at age 92.

Gerald A. Burkle and Frances Lawrence Burkle lived at 117 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Burkle was born about 1916, in Philadelphia, PA.  He was a coremaker, and later worked for a trucking firm.  Mr. Burkle lived in Cortland at his death on 9-18-1966. They had:  Richard Lorows, Larry Lorows, and a daughter who wed Richard Hartford.   Mr. Burkle's mother, Isabel B. Burkle, an Englishwoman, was married to a Mr. Lorows when their son, Gerald, was born.  Mrs. Lorows later wed Jacob Burkle and they had at least four children.  At some point, Gerald Lorows began using his step-father's name, and was known as, "Gerald Burkle," and as, "Gerald Lorows-Burkle." 

Sarah Ellen "Nellie" Doyle Burns lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1947, having lived earlier on DeWitt St. and at 622 James St. in Syracuse.  She was born about 1875, and was the widow of Thomas H. Burns.  Mr. Burns was the president of Burns Brothers, a plumbing contracting firm.  He was born about 1872, and died on 4-26-1947.  Mrs. Burns died on 2-25-1953.  They had:  Ellen Katherine Burns, who was born on 4-24-1900, wed Gerald A. Nortz on 10-6-1921, and lived in Lowville, NY, at her death in August, 1983, and John Patrick Burns, who was born on 5-27-1904, graduated from Syracuse University and Harvard School of Business Management, married Evelyn Coon about 1928, was the founder and chairman of the board of Burns Supply, and lived in Syracuse at his death on 1-24-1993.

Thomas R. Burns and Betty Wooster Burns lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948, on Knollwood Rd. in Lyndon by 1955, and moved to Cazenovia about 1969.  Mr. Burns was born in Syracuse on 6-12-1918, and attended Dean Academy and Syracuse University.  He was the president and chairman of the board of Burns Brothers, a heating and plumbing firm, for more than 50 years.  Mrs. Burns was a native of Albany.  She was a graduate of the Goodyear-Burlingame School in Syracuse, and died on 8-17-1989.  Mr. Burns later married Edna Burlingame.  He died on 12-15-1999, while residing in Naples, FL.  Thomas and Betty Burns had:  Barbara Burns Bostic, who attended Greenbriar College, and resided in Martinsburg, WV, Jacqueline Burns Lind, who lived in Littleton, CO, and David S. Burns, who was involved in the family business, and lived in Cazenovia.

George T. Burt and Elizabeth Stevens Burt lived on the Watervale Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Burt was born on 8-10-1918, and worked for the  Oneida Limited Co. before serving in WWII.  He later worked in a garage, was an agent for the Metropolitan Insurance Co., and retired as a truck driver.  Mr. Burt resided at 115 Henderson St. in Syracuse at his death on 6-6-1988.  They had:  an unnamed son who was stillborn on 6-2-1951, David Burt, Patricia Burt Sullivan, and Elizabeth "Betty Sue" Burt.

John Stanton Burt lived on Jamesville Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Burt was born on 12-9-1872, and was the brother of William Burt, (see the listing for Leslie Burt).  He was a dairy farmer.  Mr. Burt married Ella D. Burt about 1897.  She was born in August, 1866, and died on 1-2-1944.  They had:  Elizabeth E. Burt, who was born in Pompey about 1898, married Stanley D. Murdock, moved to FL about 1975, and died in Dade City, on 2-17-1985, Florence E. Burt, who was born about 1900, and lived in Zephyrhills, FL, and Edna M. Ginnelly, who was born on 3-25-1901, wed John Ginnelly, was a switchboard operator for a bus company, and died in Syracuse on 12-14-1994, at age 93.  It is possible that Mrs. Burt was  previously wed, and that she had:  Alice Berdinet (or Birdeene) Grennell, who was born in Baldwinsville on 9-7-1886, married Arthur D.  Grennell, in Navarino, NY, in 1905, and died on 8-12-1984, at age 97.  

Leslie M. Burt and Reva Wilcox Burt lived at 134 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Burt was born 5-24-1910, and served in the Army during WWII.  He later was a bank manager for about 40 years.  Mr. Burt served as the secretary-treasurer of the Manlius Village Cemetery for 36 years.  He.died on 10-14-1973.  Mrs. Burt was born on 6-30-1918, and taught for the F-M school district.  She died, at age 91, on 9-13-2009, while residing in a nursing facility in Morrisville, NY.  They had:  William L. Burt, who wed Betsy Burt, and lives in Cazenovia, and Thomas Alan Burt, who was born about 1948, attended Case Western Reserve University, married Elaine Marie Welch in 1976, was a technician at SUNY, Morrisville, served as a Scout Master, and resided in Manlius at his death on 5-2-2003.  Mr. Burt's widowed mother, Clara Bush Burt, lived with the family in her latter years.  Mrs. Burt was born on 1-17-1880, and married William Burt about 1903.  He was born on 6-2-1875, and was a native of Pompey.  Mr. Burt was a foreman at the Cheney foundry, and was active in many civic causes.  He died on 11-13-1936.  His widow, Clara Burt, died on 1-31-1970, at age 90, while residing at 401 Pleasant St.  In addition to their son, Leslie, they had:  Ella Louise Burt, who was born on 1-14-1916, wed Wilber Newell, assisted him in the operation of the Newell Funeral Home, moved to FL in 1978, and lived in Jacksonville when she died on 2-28-1990, John Burt, who lived in Wolcott, NY, and George T. Burt, (see his listing above).

George I. Burtenshaw  lived on No. 2 Rd. by 1930.   Mr. Burtenshaw was born in Thakeham, Sussex, England in 1874, and came to the US in 1911.  He worked as a welder and an inspector.  On 5-21-1898, he wed Ellen "Nellie" May, in Heene, England.  She was a native of Cornwall, England, and was born about 1872.  She came to Manlius in 1914.  The Burtenshaws were very active in Masonic and OES organizations.  Mrs. Burtenshaw died on 1-21-1946, at home in Pompey, and Mr. Burtenshaw was residing at 104 Fayette St. at his death on 9-29-1953.

George E. Bushnell and Beryl Kenville Bushnell lived at 111 High St. by 1928.  Mr. Bushnell was born about 1898, in Oxford, NY, and came to Manlius during the mid-1920's.  He was a toolmaker at the Precision Castings Co., retiring after 45 years of service.  Mr. Bushnell died 9-6-1967.  Mrs. Bushnell was a native of Manlius.  She was born about 1901, and died on 12-30-1983.  They had:  Elizabeth Jane "Betty" Bushnell, who was born about 1931, and died of a heart attack on 8-3-1957, at the age of 26.  In July, 1939, when Miss Bushnell was eight, she was a passenger in her father's car when it was involved in a fatal accident with a Greyhound bus.  She suffered extensive head injuries, and following a trial, her family was awarded $15,000--a very large sum for the time.

Joseph H. Buttner and Laura Gillette Buttner lived at 122 Washington St. by 1913.  Mr. Buttner was born about 1868, in Germany, and came to America as a child.  He  was a moulder for the Cheney foundry, and died at home in Manlius on 5-25-1951.  Mrs. Buttner was born in Somerset, England on 1-2-1882, and came to the US with her parents in 1896.  The couple wed on 1-2-1906--the bride's 24th birthday.  Mrs. Buttner moved to Syracuse about 1956, and lived on Willis Ave.  She died at a local nursing home on 1-31-1982.  At her 100th birthday party, which took place only about four weeks before her death, a reporter described Mrs. Buttner as, "alert and active."        

LaVerne M. "Bernie" Buyea and Wilma Cramer Buyea lived in Oran by 1948, and moved to Prescott, AZ, about 1984.  Mr. Buyea was born on 1-17-1916, and was a native of Lenox, NY.  He graduated from Morrisville College, and was a machine shop foreman for the Niles Auto Supply Co., for 24 years, and owned and operated the Oran Mower Service Co. for 20 years before he retired in 1982.  Mrs. Buyea was born on 3-8-1918, and worked for the F-M school district, in addition to helping in the family mower business.  She also was secretary-treasurer of the Oran Cemetery.  Mrs. Buyea died on 5-5-1989, in Prescott.  Mr. Buyea had returned to Manlius and resided at 7626 Highbridge Rd. before he died on 4-26-1995.  They had:  Barry S. Buyea, who wed Judith A. Copeland, and lives in Oran, and Marsha Buyea, who was born about 1953, married David L. Kitterman, and lived in IN.

Thomas B. Cahill and Marie "Bonnie" Brown Cahill lived at the Manlius School by 1948.  Mr. Cahill was born on 10-11-1919, and was an outstanding athlete at Niagara University, graduating in 1942.  He served as an Army officer in WWII, and then returned home to teach and coach at the Manlius Military Academy.  In 1959, Mr. Cahill was recruited by Earl "Red" Blaik to coach freshman football and baseball at West Point.  He subsequently became head coach, and, in his first year, (1966) led the team to an 8-2 record and was named "Coach of the Year," by the Touchdown Club.  He was dismissed in 1973 after a poor season, and then coached football for five seasons at Union College in Schenectady, NY.  Coach Cahill was also a high school teacher in Clifton Park, NY, until retiring in 1990.  He died on 10-29-1992.  They had:  Thomas "Tad" Cahill, who was born about 1952, and three other children.  West Point Commandant, Joseph P. Franklin, wrote of Mr. Cahill, "Tom Cahill was a fine human being who knew who he was and had not one pretentious bone in his body."

Clifford N. Caines and Margaret "Peg" Whitton Caines lived at 111 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Caines was born in Syracuse on 7-16-1914,  He was a machinist and supervisor with the New Process Gear Corp., retiring in 1973 with 35 years of service.  Mr. Caines died at home in Manlius on 6-4-2001.  Mrs. Caines was born on 4-30-1918, and was a native of Pompey.  The couple wed about 1942, and Mrs. Caines died on 2-18-2004.

John L. Call and Elizabeth Leavitt Call lived on Seneca Turnpike by 1948, and later lived on Palmer Rd.  Mr. Call was born on 3-23-1890, and was a lifelong resident of the area.  He worked as a dairy farmer for the Gates Homestead Farms. Mrs. Call was also a life resident of the Manlius vicinity.  She was born on 11-16-1891, and the couple married about 1910.  Mrs. Call died on 10-31-1976, and Mr. Call died on 7-9-1983, at age 93.

Lawrence D. Call, and his mother, Ida Pettit Call, lived at 106 Academy St. by 1948, having lived earlier at 105 Franklin St.  Mrs. Call was born in 1862, and was the widow of John F. Call, whom she married about 1882.  He was born about 1857, worked at a stone quarry, and died in Manlius on 11-16-1927.  Ida Call was born in 1862, and died on 9-3-1953, at age 91.  Lawrence Call was one of six children born to John and Ida Call.  He was born in 1890, and was a machinist at the Cheney Foundry for 28 years.  Mr. Call married Lucille Peterson, of Pompey, about 1916.  They were the parents of an infant daughter who died of food poisoning on 10-31-1920.  The couple divorced about 1925, and Mr. Call died on 2-16-1951.    

George Amos Campbell lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Campbell was born about 1914.  He was a teacher and principal in the Etna school district, in Tompkins County, before being drafted to serve in the US Army in WWII.  Following his discharge, Mr. Campbell became a dairy farmer and lived near Delphi Falls, and New Woodstock.  He was apparently married by about 1937, but his wife's name is unknown.  It is believed that the marriage had ended by 1947.  Mr. Campbell later wed Helen J. Wiemeier.  She was born on 12-12-1908, in Syracuse, and died on 10-1-1986.  Mr. Campbell died on 7-9-2007.  By her previous marriage to a Mr. Wiemeier, the second Mrs. Campbell had:  Harold Wiemeier and Darrel Wiemeier, who both lived in North Syracuse, and Corrinne Wiemeier Knickerbocker, who lived in Pennellville, NY.  By his first marriage, Mr. Campbell had:  Sandra Campbell, who was born about 1938, wed Joseph John Ludwig, and lived in Cortland, NY, Suzanne Campbell, who was born about 1942, married Jeffrey S. Wasley, and lived in Homer, NY, and Stewart Campbell, who was born about 1945, wed Patricia Campbell, and lived in Pompey.

Harold Erving Campbell, Sr., and Norma Raymond Campbell lived at No. 2 West Rd. before moving to Collamer about 1948.  Mr. Campbell was born on 5-2-1912, and was a native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  He was a machinist and later spent 35 years an inspector and mechanic for the NYC railroad.  Mrs. Campbell was born in Brocton, MA, on 4-3-1921.  She moved to Syracuse, married Mr. Campbell in 1940, and worked as a loan manager for the Marine Midland banks.  In his spare time, Mr. Campbell designed and built the family's home at 6999 Collamer Rd., near East Syracuse.  He died on 12-1-1997, and Mrs. Campbell died on 6-30-2005.  They had:  Charlotte Campbell, who married Arnold C. Keller, and lives in Buffalo, NY, Bonnie Campbell, who was born about 1945, married Michael D. Cefalo, and lives in Syracuse, and Harold "Bud" Campbell Jr., who was born about 1950, wed Deborah R. Campbell, and lives in Collamer.        

Anthony Cannavino and Elgia Delnero Cannavino lived at 124 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Cannavino was born on 7-4-1918, and grew up in Manlius.  He was a life long resident of CNY, and a USN veteran of WWII.  Mr. Cannavino spent 32 years with the Precision Castings Co., retiring as a die caster in 1981.  Mrs. Cannavino was born about 1921, and the couple wed on 4-26-1947.  Mr. Cannavino lived at 118 North Edwards Ave., in Syracuse, at his death on 4-3-1996.  Mrs. Cannavino later lived at 135 Marlborough Rd. in Syracuse.  They had:  Antoinette Cannavino, Michael Cannavino, Anthony R. Cannavino, and Felicia Cannavino, who graduated from SUNY-Oswego, earned an MBA from LeMoyne College, worked for Merchants and Traders bank, wed Robert John Curtis on 4-29-2000, and lives in Syracuse.

George J. Cannavino and Lucille DeFio Cannavino lived at 124 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Cannavino was born on 7-3-1920, and was the brother of Anthony Cannavino, (see his listing above).  He worked for the Precision Castings Co. in Fayetteville before enlisting in the USN for service during WWII.  Following the War, Mr. Cannavino returned to the firm and worked as a buffer and polisher.  The family moved to Syracuse about 1949, and lived at 728 East Laurel St. at Mr. Cannavino's death on 1-6-1972.  They had: Annette Cannavino, Karen Cannavino, Georgiann Cannavino, and Michael Cannavino.

Peter Ralph Caragol and Juliette Haberle Caragol lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Caragol was born in Cuba on 8-8-1912, and was in the USN during WWII.  He held various positions with the Haberle Congress Brewing Co. and retired as a vice president in charge of bottling and distribution.  Mr. Caragol had previously lived for a period in NYC where he worked as a Wall Street commodities broker.  Mrs. Caragol was born in 1912, and died on 9-9-1965.  Mr. Caragol later married Susan Schmidtka.  They moved to Erieville, NY, about 1967, and died on 6-29-1992.  Peter and Juliette Caragol had:  Lynne Caragol Myers, who was born about 1938, and resided in Ballston Spa, NY,David M. Caragol, who was born about 1939, and lives in Fayetteville, Susan Caragol Kent, who resided in Fabius, Kirk Caragol, who wed Richard George, and lived in Chittenango.  Peter Caragol and Susan Schmidtka had:  Gregory L. Caragol, who was born about 1966, and lives in Syracuse.  

Weston K. Carey and June Cooper Carey lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948, and later resided on the Cazenovia Rd.  Mr. Carey was born on 4-18-1916, and was a native of Springfield, MA.  He graduated from Syracuse University in 1938, and was a USN veteran of WWII.  Mr. Carey had a career in the insurance industry, winning many sales awards before retiring in 1980 as the general agent for the Home Life Insurance Co.  Mrs. Carey was born on 8-8-1918, and was a life resident of CNY.  She graduated from Syracuse with a BFA degree and was a landscape painter.  Mr. Carey died on 7-17-1988, and Mrs. Carey died on 9-3-2007.  They had:  Glenn W. Carey, who was born about 1944, married Linda L. Carey, and lives in Chittenango, Pamela Carey Steele, who was born about 1947, and lives in Charlotte, NC, and Kimber Lee Carey Kelly, who was born about 1952, and lives in Lyndon.

Dwight E. Carley and Anna Burt Carley lived on the Watervale Rd. by 1948, Carley was born on 9-14-1883, and was a native of Lisle, NY.  He was a dairy farmer, and a representative for the Madison Fire Insurance Co.  Mr. Carley also served 16 years as the justice of the peace for Pompey.  The couple moved to Plant City, FL, about 1952, and Mrs. Carey, who was born on 4-7-1884, died there on 7-8-1975, at age 91.  Mr. Carley died on 9-25-1981, at age 98.  They had:  Robert C. Carley, who was born on 7-17-1917, wed Bonnie S. Carley, was a farmer, and lived at 3715 Brown Gulf Rd., and died on 3-27-2002, Ralph D. Carley, who lived in Port Byron, Harold E. Carley, who lived in Venice, FL, Mary Carley Schmidt, who resided in Kirkville, and Theodore W. "Teddie" Carley, who was a farmer, and lived in Pompey.
Mr. Carley was a noted amateur archeologist and expert on Iroquois culture, and donated many unique items to local museums.  Two Iroquois sites in Pompey, including one which preceded European exploration, have been named for
Mr. Carley.

Leland Ticknor Carner and Anastasia "Ann" Walrath Carner lived at 117 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Carner was born 2-1-1897, in Fulton, NY, and was a graduate of Colgate University.  He served in France during WWI, and came to Manlius about 1937.  Mr. Carner was active in educational and civic causes and served as the chairman of the board for the Zion United Methodist Church in Manlius.  The family lived for a period in Hartford, CT, where Mr. Carner was in the wholesale appliance business.  However, he retired as the sales manager of the William E. Moore Co.  Mrs. Carner was born on 12-20-1901, and the couple married about 1921.  She was a native of Starkville, NY, but resided most of her life in CNY.  In 1919, she won a contest and was designated "the prettiest girl" in Syracuse.  Mr. Carner died on 8-25-1978, and Mrs. Carner died on 1-6-1994, at the age of 92.  They had:  Gloria M. Carner, who was boirn in 1931, wed James A. Miller, was elected town clerk, and resided in Manlius, Priscilla Carner McCann, who was a secretary for the Moore Business Forms Co., and lived in Manlius, Richard L. Carner, (see his listing below), and Robert W. Carner, (see his listing below).  Mr. Carner was an active genealogist and family historian whose research revealed that he descended from one Phillip Carner who fought on the American side during the Revolutionary War.

Richard Leland Carner and Carol Ramona Lorimer Carner lived at 513 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Carner was born on 12-20-1922, and served in the AAC in the ETO during WWII.  Mr. and Mrs. Carner were schoolmates at Manlius High School, and wed on 8-1-1946.  Mr. Carner studied journalism before earning his BA and master's in education from  Syracuse University.  He later earned a doctorate in educational psychology, and was a professor and director of the reading clinic at the University of Miami.  The couple divorced in FL in October, 1966, and Dr. Carner married Zelda B. Carner.  They live now in the Miami area.  Richard and Carol Carner had:  Richard M. Carner, who was born about 1947, and lives in St. Augustine, FL, and Dr. Lauren Ann Carner, who was born in March, 1950, and resides in Jackson Heights, NY.  

Robert W. Carner and Jean Fowler Carner lived at 151 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Carner was born 12-15-1923, and was an outstanding all-around athlete while in high school.  Shortly after graduating he joined the AAC and became a fighter pilot in the famous "Flying Tigers," serving in the C-B-I theater during WWII.  On 10-28-1944, Lt. Carner was MIA in a flight over China.  Months later his family was notified that he was found safe and well.  Upon his discharge, Mr. Carner was a member of the Class of 1951, the first graduating class of LeMoyne College.  He held several jobs, including office manager for the Tuscarora Building Products Co., but he retired in 1984 after 20 years as owner-operator of Mrs. Kleens Laundromat, in Cazenovia.  Mr. Carner died on 11-7-1994, while residing at the Limestone Gardens Apartments.  They had:  David R. Carner, who was born about 1947, wed Janice C. Carner, and lives in Binghamton, NY, Pamela Carner Edelmann, who was born about 1948, wed Mark A. Edelmann, and lives in San Jose, CA, and Gary A. Carner, who was born about 1960, and lives in Jamesville.  (See the entries above for Mr. Carner's father, Leland Carner, and his brother, Dr. Richard Carner.)

Irvin Alvah Carr and Alberta Carr  lived at 415 East Seneca St. by 1928, and at 3549 Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Carr was born in Pompey on 5-21-1896.  He worked as a farmer, a moulder at the Cheney Iron Foundry, and as a fireman.  Mrs. Carr was born on 11-23-1904, and was a life resident of Manlius.  The couple married about  1921.  Mr. Carr died on 7-8-1983, and Mrs. Carr died on 5-28-1986.  They had:  Mary Carr Becker, who was born about 1922, Wanda Leota Carr Mabe, who was born on 6-2- 1925, and Eleanor Carr Demerce, who was born about 1929.  (Mr. Carr's first name is rendered "Irving" in many records.)

Margaret Evans Carr lived at 136 Washington St. by 1948.  Mrs. Carr was born about 1886.  She was the widow of Christopher C. Carr, Sr., who operated a livery in Syracuse, and later taught horsemanship at the Manlius Military Academy and operated a riding academy on E. Genesee St. near Lyndon.  Mr. Carr was born in TN about 1884, and married Mrs. Carr in Buffalo, NY, on 1-12-1908.  He was killed on 10-13-1935, while riding a horse, and leading some others, along Genesee St. in Lyndon.  Mrs. Carr was a teacher for the Manlius school district.  She lived almost all of her life in Manlius, but moved to 5095 Onondaga Rd. about 1973, to live with her son, Howard.  She resided there at her death on 7-31-1976.  They had:  Howard K. Carr, Sr., who was born about 1909, married Audrey Currier Hunter, worked 25 years for the Crouse-Hinds Co., and resided in Syracuse at his death from fire injuries on 3-26-1981, and Christopher C. Carr, Jr., who wed Helene T. Murray in June, 1941, and served in WWII.  Mrs. Carr also helped raise her grandaughter, Christine C. Carr, who lived with her.  Miss Carr, the daughter of Howard Carr, was born in 1936, graduated from Cornell iand also married Jon Leachtenauer in 1957, and lived in Maple Valley, WA.

Robert C. Carr and Geraldine M. Carr lived at 101 North St. by 1948.  Mr. Carr was born in Cazenovia on 5-14-1922.  He worked as a machinist, and retired after 20 years as a bus driver for the CENTRO organization.  The couple resided at 425 Elliott St., in Syracuse, and then at 121 Lafayette Rd. at Mr. Carr's death on 5-19-1987.  Mrs. Carr is believed to reside now in Camillus, NY.  They had:  Michael Carr, who lresided in Portsmouth, VA, Stephen L. Carr, who was born about 1949, and lives in North Syracuse, Kevin Carr, who served in the USN, wed Sherry Carr, and lived in Syracuse, and Deborah Carr, who married Robert Arnold, and lives in Syracuse.

Charles F. Caryl and Alice Stephens Caryl lived on the Jamesville Rd. by 1948.   Mr. Caryl was born on 1-20-1897, in Riverton, CT.  He grew up in Manlius, and worked for the Precision Castings Co. before serving with the USN during WWI.  Mr. Caryl later worked as a plumber for the Edward Joy Corp.  Mrs. Caryl was born in PA on 3-28-1895, and was a native of Wilkes-Barre.  The couple married about 1920.  Mr. Caryl died on 6-30-1972, and Mrs. Caryl died on 12-4-1979.

Harry Stanton Case and Adah Harris Case lived at 208 Fayette St. by 1930, having moved from Fayetteville to Manlius in 1927.  Mr. Case was born on 1-19-1898, and was an insurance agent.  Mrs. Case was born in DeRuyter on 2-22-1903, and the couple wed about 1924.  Mr. Case died in 1953, and Mrs. Case died on 9-12-1958.  They had:  Joyce Case, who was born about 1927, and resided in Syracuse, JoAnne Case, who was born in February, 1937, married Robert Johnson, and lived in Hialeah, FL, and Phillip Case, who was born in February, 1940, and lived in Fayetteville. 

William M. Case and Marjorie Smith Case lived at 120 Academy St. by 1948.  Mr. Case was born in Williamsport, PA, on 2-3-1920.  He spent 42 years as the chief tool engineer for the New Process Gear Corp.  Mr. Case died on 8-9-2000.  They had:  William B. Case, who lived in Grinnell, IA, Louis C. Case, who lived in Syracuse, Douglas Case, who died in 1988, William Karl Case, who resided in Elbridge, NY, Thomas Martin Case, who was born about 1946, worked for Alternative Industries, and lived in Syracuse at his death on 2-24-1995, Betty Sandra Case Franklin, who lived in Rome, NY, Sondra Case Lennox, who lived in Apulia Station, Mary Case, who wed John F. Mitchell about 1990, and lived in Chicago, IL, and James H. Case, who lived in Lorain, OH.

Cora Belle Carpenter Casler lived at 110 Wesley St. by 1930, and moved to Chittenango about a year later.  Mrs. Casler was born on 9-6-1872, and was the widow of Austin W. Casler, whom she wed about 1889.  Mr. Casler was born in Syracuse in 1865, and operated farms in the Manlius, Fayetteville, and Chittenango area.  He died on 1-3-1941, and Mrs. Casler died on 4-16-1954.  They had:  Claude Casler, who was born on 11-25-1893, and resided in Chittenango at his death in July, 1971, Raymond Casler, who was born about 1897, and Harold Casler, who was born on 11-20-1900, married Ruth C. Coleman, worked as a farmer and as a carpenter for the Syracuse State School, lived at 209 North Park St. in Fayetteville, and died on 7-25-1983.

Clarence Arthur "Stoney" Casselberry and Pauline Reals Casselberry lived at 111 Mill St. by 1948, having resided earlier on Montgomery Rd. in Lyndon.  Mr. Casselberry was born on 2-1-1901, in Plunketts Creek, PA, and was an electrician at the Solvay Process Co.  He died suddenly on 8-26-1958.  Mrs. Casselberry was born on 8-28-1905, and the couple wed about 1922.  She died on 3-26-2010, at the age of 104.  They had:  Beatrice A. "Betty" Casselberry, who was born about 1924, wed Jacob Bobec, resided in Lakeport, NY, and died on 8-29-2003, Loretta F. Casselberry, who was born in Adams, NY, on 7-6-1927, married Frank E. Allen about 1945, worked for the Precision Castings Co., and died on 6-6-2002, Ida Jean Casselberry, who was born in 1934, married Charles H. Mapstone, and lived in Fabius, NY, Patricia Ann Casselberry, who married Ronald J. Mapstone on 5-24-1958, graduated from the Syracuse General Hospital's nursing program, was a staff nurse, and lived in Stone Ridge, NY, and Sandra Casselberry Ingersoll, who was born about 1938, and resided in LaFayette, NY.

Charles A. Cathers and Addie Dunn Cathers lived at 204 Smith St. by 1928.  Mr. Cathers was born in Syracuse on 5-25-1888, but grew up on a farm in Pompey.  He was a die caster at the Precision Castings Co.  He died in October, 1970.  Mrs. Cathers was born on 10-3-1890, and died in Rochester, NY, in November, 1980, at the age of 90.  They had:  Arlene J. Cathers, who was born about 1922, graduated from Cortland State College, was an elementary school teacher in Fayetteville, and married Gordon Hiram Henderson on 6-25-1955.  Mr. Cathers had two brothers, George Cathers, Sr., and Ralph Cathers, who also lived in the Manlius area, (see their listings below).

George Renwick Cathers, Jr., and Marie Doran Cathers lived on the Oran Station Rd. by 1948, and at 108 Eureka Dr. by 1954.  Mr. Cathers was born on 2-20-1920, and grew up in Manlius.  He served in the USN during WWII, and then worked as a toolmaker at Precision Castings and General Electric.  Mrs. Cathers was born on 7-12-1917, and the couple wed on 12-10-1942.  She was an RN, and worked for Onondaga County.  Mr. Cathers died on 11-23-1968, and Mrs. Cathers died on 1-31-2009, at age 91.  They had:  C. Richard Cathers, who was a career member of the USAF, married Caron Cathers and Yong S. Cathers, and lives in Arlington, TX, Carol Ann Cathers Earl, who attended Corning Community College, and lives in Erin, NY, and Michael T. Cathers, who married Trudy Cathers, and lives in Ithaca, NY.     
George Renwick Cathers, Sr. and Lulu Louise Mitchell Cathers lived at 103 Cherry St. by 1928, on the Oran Station Rd. by 1948, and later moved to 309 Spring St. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Cathers was born on 2-6-1879, and was a native of Syracuse.  He worked for the S. Cheney & Son Foundry for many years before retiring about 1953.  Mrs. Cathers was born about 1886.  On 9-8-1952, she was killed in a two car accident in Buellville, which is  a hamlet on Rt. 92, about a mile and a half southeast of Manlius.  At the time, this accident was the worst traffic accident in the history of Onondaga County.  Six people died, and two others, were badly injured.  Mr. Cathers died on 11-28-1962, at the home of his son, George R. Cathers Jr., 108 Eureka Drive.  They had:  Virginia Cathers, who was born on 3-30-1918, married Franklin A. Agan, worked as a switchboard operator for the Precision Castings Co., and resided in Fayetteville at her death on 6-23-1985, and George Cathers, Jr., (see his listing above). 

Ralph C. Cathers and Mae Parker Cathers  lived on the Oran-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Cathers was born on 8-11-1892.  He was a native of Syracuse, but came to Oran with his family in a farm wagon about 1896.  Except for service in WWI, he lived most of his life in Oran.  Mr. Cathers was a grinder and a machinist for the Cheney iron foundry, and Mrs. Cathers, who was born on 8-12-1898, was Oran's postmistress.  Mr. Cathers died on 10-14-1974.  Mrs. Cathers moved to FL and died on 1-2-1988, while living in Orange Park.  They had:  Gary C. Cathers, who wed Pearl Nicholas Cathers, was a truck driver, and lived in FL 

Joseph A. Catterino, (AKA Joseph A. Cato), and Patricia Anne Catterino, (Patricia Anne Cato), lived at 304 Fayette St. by 1948, and soon moved to 7240 Manlius Center Rd. near East Syracuse.  Mr. Catterino  was born about 1925, and served in the USN during WWII.  He worked as a chemist.  By 1973, the family had changed its name to Cato.  They had:  Patricia Anne Cato, who married Harold O. Bernardi on 11-17-1973 and a Mr. Dunn,  and resided in Phoenix, NY, Joseph Michael Cato, who was born about 1952, attended Florida Presbyterian College, wed Diane T. Cato and lives in Seminole, FL, and Daniel Edward Cato, who was born in East Syracuse on 4-6-1961, married Kathleen Hobb about 1982, worked 18 years for the Onondaga County drainage and sanitation departments, and lived in East Syracuse at his death on 1-3-2003.  

Nicola "Nick" Antonio Catterino and Concetta Lanciano Catterino lived at 304 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mr. Catterino was born in Campobasso, Italy on 1-17-1891, and came to Manlius about 1922.  He was a foreman at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Catterino was born in Italy about 1896.  She died on 7-14-1952, and Mr. Catterino died on 1-17-1973.  They had:  Domenica Anna Catterino, who was born in 1927 and died in February, 1929, Theresa Catterino, who wed M. Joseph Zupan, served in the WAVES during WWII, worked as a sales clerk, and lives in Manlius, Leo P. Catterino, who was born in Manlius on 5-21-1931, served with the USMC during the Korean Conflict where he was WIA, and died on 12-24-2006, while residing in Massillon, OH, Grace Catterino, who married William J. Howe, was a stenographer, and lives in Liverpool, and Joseph (Catterino) Cato, (see above).  Mrs. Catterino's name also appeaars as Concetto Langiano.

Charles B. Chandler and Judy Chandler lived on South Eagle Village Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Chandler was born on 3-26-1912, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  He worked for the Thomas Brass foundry before serving in the Army during WWII.  Mr. Chandler later worked as a billing clerk and as a self-employed caretaker for the Village of Manlius.  At his death on 6-1-1975, he was married to Elizabeth "Betty" Model Chandler, and they resided at 522 Pleasant St.  Betty Chandler was born in Syracuse on 10-2-1918.  She worked for the General Electric Co. for more than 25 years, and lived in Manlius until 1999.  She lived in an Oneonta, NY, nursing home at her death 12-27-2002. 

Charles A. Chapman and Edna J. Chapman lived on Broadfield Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Chapman was born on 12-3-1892, and was a native of Syracuse who brought his family to Manlius about 1931.  He was a self-employed stone mason and building contractor.  Mr. Chapman retired in 1958, and lived for a period in St. Petersburg, FL, before returning to reside at 179 West Seneca St.  He died on 6-28-1969.  Mrs. Chapman was born on 7-9-1890, and was a native of Camillus, NY.  The couple wed about 1914, and Mrs. Chapman died on 5-4-1972.  They had:  Arla Chapman, who was born about 1915, married Anthony Neveldine, (see his listing), and lived in Manlius and Camillus, Raymond Chapman, who was born about 1917, and lived in Tehran, Iran, Alta Elizabeth Chapman, who was born about 1920, wed Harland J. Newkirk on 9-15-1940, and lived in Camillus, and Dwight Chapman, who was born in 1922, (see his listing).  Mr. Chapman's brother, Clarence Chapman, also lived in Manlius, (see below). 

Clarence James Chapman and Anna Dahl Stewart Chapman lived at 112 Pleasant St. by 1928, and at 306 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Chapman was born 4-19-1895.  He was a self-employed mason contractor, and died on 1-30-1975.  Mrs. Chapman was born in Manlius on 8-18-1898, and, like her husband, was a lfe resident of the area.  She worked for the New Process Gear Co. and for General Electric.  Mrs. Chapman died on 8-4-1998, just two weeks before her 100th birthday.  They had:  Pearl Ada Chapman, who was born on 6-27-1918, worked as a beautician, married Howard E. "Jitsy" Trivelpiece, (see his listing), and Leon Duva, (see his listing, lived in Manlius and Las Vegas, NV, and died on 4-11-2005.

Dwight C. Chapman and Donna Hossbein Kingsley Chapman lived on Broadfield Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Chapman was born on 10-8-1921, and attended Michigan State Normal College for 18 months before serving in the Army during WWII.   masonary contractor.  He later became a mason and contractor.  Mrs. Chapman was born in Kirkville in 1923, and wed Robert E. kingsley about 1941.  Lt. Kingsley was a member of the AAC and earned the Distinguished Service Cross before he was KIA over France on 5-27-1944.  Mrs. Kingsley later wed Mr. Chapman and they lived in Manlius until she died on 6-15-1953, following surgery.  She was only 29, and left a daughter, Deanna Kingsley, who was born about 1944, married Darl K. Johnston, and resides in LaFayette, NY.   Mr. Chapman secondly wed Elizabeth "Becky" Thatcher on 10-11-1958.  Mr. Chapman died on 1-19-2004.  He and Donna Kingsley-Chapman had:  David A. Chapman, who was born about 1949, wed Melanie Chapman, and resides in Parish, NY, and Dwight Chapman, III, who was born about 1950, and resides in Manlius.  Mr. Chapman and Elizabeth Thatcher had:  Lisa Chapman, who was born about 1963, was a hairdresser, and wed Gregory J. McKnight, of Manlius, on 4-6-1991, Timothy B.  Chapman, who was born about 1962, wed Janice M. Chapman, and lives in High Point, NC, and Kristen Chapman, who was born about 1970, and lived in Burke, VA .

Eva McIntyre Chapman lived at 106 High St. by 1948, having lived earlier on Broadfield Rd.  Mrs. Chapman was born about 1866, in Cardiff, NY, and was the widow of Edward James Chapman.  He was born in Toronto, Canada, about 1862, and came to this country as a child.  The couple married about 1885, and came to Manlius about 1895.  Mr. Chapman worked as a stone mason and designed and built fireplaces for many Syracuse homes.  He also built the stone fence that encloses the Fayetteville cemetery.  By the mid-1920's, the couple was spending part of the year in St. Petersburg, FL.  Mr. Chapman died on 4-28-1932, and Mrs. Chapman died on 4-19-1956.  They had:  Fred Ray Chapman, who was born in 1890, and died in December, 1913, three weeks following an appendectomy, and Edna G. Chapman, who was born in 1892, wed Alpha Earl about 1912, was an interior decorator, and lived in the East Gate Apartments at her death on 1-11-1986, at age 93.  

Lawrence R. "Red" Chapman and Judy Pine Chapman lived on the Oran-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Chapman was a native of New Woodstock, NY, and was born on 1-1-1906.  He worked as a trucker, and as a sand and gravel dealer, before founding the L. "Red" Chapman Construction Co.  He was also a director of the Marine Midland Bank, and was active in quarter-horse breeding groups. Judy Chapman was born about 1919, and was married previously to a Mr. Heffernan.  She died on 7-29-1955.  Mr. Chapman later married Natalie H. Chapman, and they lived part of the time in Orlando, FL.  Mr. Chapman died in Orlando on 11-2-1987.  Natalie Chapman probably was born on 12-12-1914, and lived in Sun City, CA, at her death on 2-1-2010, at the age on 95.  Mr. and Mrs. Heffernan had:  Jacqueline June "Lynn" Hopkins, who attended Cortland State Teachers College, wed Donald E. Manning on 8-15-1959, lived in  Cazenovia, and William R. Hefferan, of Jamesville.  Lawrence and Judy Chapman had:  Howard L. Chapman, who wed Rose Chapman, and lived in LaFayette, Lawrence Chapman, Jr., who resided in FL, and William R. Chapman.  

Wilbur H. Chapman and Doreta Mae Smith Traynor Chapman lived on Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Chapman was born on 5-13-1909, and was a native of Delphi Station, NY, before moving to Manlius about 1932.  He was an entrepreneur and owned and operated several Manlius businesses, including a rural gas company, the Beacon Feed Mill, SnoTop shop and Chapman Hardware.  The couple also developed and built Manlius Mart, a small shopping center.  Mrs. Chapman was born on 2-16-1911, and was an organist at the Baptist Church for 40 years, and a secretary.  She was previously wed to Emil Philip Traynor, an engineer for the Continental Can Co.  They lived in Lyndon before divorcing about 1940.  Mr. Chapman died on 11-16-1982.  Mrs. Chapman died in Winter Garden, FL, on 3-16-2007, at age 96.  Mrs. Traynor-Chapman and Emil Traynor had:  Philip Charles Traynor, who was born on 8-15-1938, and died on 3-18-2006, in Saint Petersburg, FL.  Wilbur and Doreta Smith Chapman had:  Barbara Chapman, who was born about 1937, attended Elmira College, wed Arthur Snyder, and lived in Manlius.

William A. Chapman, Jr., and Edna White Chapman lived at 107 Smith St. by 1944, after living previously in Lyndon on East Genesee Turnpike.  Mr. Chapman was born in Onondaga Hill, NY, on 6-13-1916, and was a time study engineer for the Smith-Corona Co.  Mrs. Chapman was born in South Onondaga, NY, on 11-22-1915, and went to high school in Syracuse.  She retired from Smith-Corona.  Mr. and Mrs. Chapman lived in Manlius at his death on 12-23-1991.  Mrs. Chapman died on 12-16-2007.  They had William Chapman, III, who lived in Phoenix, AZ, before his death in 1997, Susan Chapman Collin, who resides in Manlius, and Sally Chapman, who married Joseph Bishop, and lives in Sugar Land, TX.

William Dwight Chapman and Grace Turk Chapman lived on the Watervale Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Chapman was born on 8-3-1884, in Fairmount, NY.  He wed Elizabeth Lovisa Pike on 4-10-1907.  She was born in New Berlin, NY, in 1887, and died in Fayetteville in March, 1913.  Mr. Chapman next wed Lena May Chapman in 1918 and they lived in Marcellus, NY, where he farmed.  The second Mrs. Chapman was born about 1892.  Mr. Chapman later married Grace Turk and they resided in Chittenango at Mr. Chapman's death on 3-4-1950.  Mr. Chapman and Elizabeth Pike Chapman had:  Marian E. Chapman, who was 10 months old at her death in 1908, Carl W. Chapman, who was born in 1909, wed Mary Lopitz in 1932, soon moved to Rome, NY, where he worked at Griffiss AFB and died on 1-8-1976, and Edward Duane Chapman, who was born on 9-28-1912 in Fayetteville, married Ida Ann Welch on 8-31-1931, and Mae Joyner in 1945, resided in Cazenovia, and died on 7-11-1977, in Ninilchik, AK, while on vacation.  Mr. Chapman and Lena Chapman are  believed to have had:  I. Eva Chapman, who was born in Fayetteville on 2-11-1914, married Clark Scanlon, was a secretary for the New Holland Corp. and helped on the family farm, and resided in Pompey at her death on 2-4-2003, William Chapman, Jr., who was born about 1916, Evelyn Chapman, Martha Chapman, and Donald Chapman, who was born about 1920.  Mr. Chapman's brothers, Clarence and Charles Chapman, also lived in the area, (see their listings).

Charles Homer Chappell and Mabel Empson Chappell lived at 4597 Enders Rd. by 1948, having resided previously in Trumansburg, NY, and near Watkins Glen, NY.  Mr. Chappell was born 5-20-1884, in Cazenovia, and was a carpenter at the Holcomb Steel Co.  Mr. Chappell married Helen Holiday Wheeler on 3-27-1907, and they divorced about 1921.  Mr. Chappell lived in Baldwinsville and worked in the ship yard there for a period during WWI before returning to Manlius and residing with his older sister, Lena C. Randall.  On 5-2-1926, Mr. Chappell married Mrs. Grace Gauntt and lived in Berkeley, CA.  At some point, they are believed to have divorced and he wed Mabel Chapman.  She was born on 7-28-1892, and resided at 11 Pickwick Rd. in DeWitt before her death on 2-11-1981.  Mr. Chappell is believed to have died in CA before 1965.

Irving Watson Chappell and Anna Mae Hawley Chappell lived on South Eagle Village Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Chappell was born on 9-28-1916, in Syracuse.  He was a shop worker, retiring from Gaylord Brothers in 1983, after 20 years of service.  Mrs. Chappell was born on 5-3-1923, and was a native of Syracuse.  She lived most of her life in Manlius, but moved to Chittenango about 1983, and lived on Tuscarora Rd. when she died on 11-22-1987, from injuries received in an auto accident.  Mr. Chappell died at home in Chittenango on 1-28-2001.  They had:  Bonnie Chappell Wassel, who was born about 1943, and  lived in Manlius, and Linda Chappell Clifton, who lived in Rochester, NY.    

John F. Chappell and Flora Webber Chappell lived at 304 Pleasant St. by 1928.  Mr. Chappell was born on 10-18-1876, in Cazenovia, and was a carpenter.  Mrs. Chappell was born in New Woodstock, NY, about 1878, and the couple wed on 3-26-1899.  She died on 12-6-1958, and Mr. Chappell died in January, 1971, at the age of  94.  Mr. Chappell's brother, C. Homer Chappell, also lived in the area, (see his listing above). 

Minnie Cross Carver Chappell lived on South Eagle Village Rd. by 1948.  Mrs. Chappell was born on 11-27-1896, and wed about 1914.  She worked as a housekeeper, and moved to Syracuse about 1967.  Mrs. Chappell lived at 517 Catherine St. before her death on 5-2-1988, at age 91.  She had:  Edward A. Chappell, who was born 6-7-1915, served in WWII, married Pauline Gray, resided in Syracuse, worked over 25 years for the Syracuse Lumber Co., and died on 1-6-1991, Irving Chappell, (see his listing above), and Marion Chappell, who was born about 1927.

Sidney C. Chappell and Seva Shearer Chappell lived on Academy St. by 1928, at 107 Franklin St. by 1948, and later at 215 East Seneca St.  Mr. Chappell was born about 1895.  He was a native of Cazenovia, NY, and moved to Manlius about the time WWII began.  Mr. Chappell graduated from the Morrisville Agricultural and Technical Institute, and worked as a teamster for S. Cheney & Sons.  He died on 7-17-1964.  Mrs. Chappell was born on 5-24-1896, and was a native of Newfane, NY. She lived most of her life in the Manlius area and resided at 201 Pleasant St. at her death on 1-15-1982.  They had:  Lucy Chappell, who married Albert Hepp in September, 1940, and resided in Chittenango, Harvey A. Chappell, who was born about 1925, wed V. Marie Shepardson on 2-23-1952, did foundry work, and resided on James St. in Syracuse at his death on 10-26-1984, Raymond C. Chappell, who graduated from Syracuse University, married Joyce Newman of Liverpool, England, on 8-26-1944, served in the USN during WWII, took part in the invasion of Okinawa, and resided in Levittown, PA, Louise Chappell, who wed Royal E. Smith, and lived in Chittenango, Doris Irene Chappell, who married Charles August "Lynn" Schmidtka, Jr., on 9-1-1951, and soon moved to Chittenango, worked as a medical secretary, and died on 4-14-1995, and Richard Chappell, who lived in Los Angeles, CA.

Carman Alta Darling Parsons Chappell lived at 415 East Seneca St. by 1928.  Mrs. Chappell was born in Oswego, NY, in September, 1889. and grew up in Syracuse.  She worked as a servant and as a dress maker.  Mrs. Chappell wed Harry Parsons, and then Irving George Chappell, but was widowed by 1930.  Mrs. Chappell resided in DeRuyter before her death on 2-16-1958.  By her first husband she had:  Clifford I. Parsons, who was born in1914, served in WWII, wed Lois Long, lived in Bridgeport, NY, was a driver for the D. W. Winkelman Construction Co., and died on 4-1-1976.  Mr. and Mrs. Chappell had:  Robert William Chappell, who was born on 12-1-1922, in Cicero, NY, served in WWII in the USAAC, wed Louise Fox on 4-11-1947, worked as a dairy farmer and operated Chappell's Plumbing and Heating Co., and lived in DeRuyter at his death on 4-8-2008.

Howard G. Chase and Frances Chase lived on Troop K Rd. by 1948, and on the Oran-Gulf Rd. by 1954.  Mr. Chase was born on 6-27-1919, and was a native of Lysander, NY.  He served in WWII, and was a machine operator and die caster at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Chase was a bookkeeper.  Mr. Chase later lived in Kirkville, and moved to Cuyler, NY, in 1989.  At his death on 12-14-1993, he was residing in Cuyler and was married to Evelyn Lucia Smith.  Evelyn Chase was born in DeRuyter on 8-26-1927, and spent many years as a foster parent.  She died on 6-9-2000.  She was married earlier to Erwin Angell, and they had four children before his death:  Robert Angell, Mary Angell Mercier, who lived in Minoa, Michael Angell, who lived in Oran, and Donald Angell, who lived in Vernon, NY.   Howard and Frances Chase had:  David Chase, who lived on Long Island, Douglas Chase, who resided in Munising, MI, Myra May Chase, who was born in July, 1955, and lived in Chittenango, and Amy Chase Berger, who lived in East Syracuse.

Mary Jane "Minnie" Chase lived at 117 North St. by 1948.  Mrs. Chase was born about 1872, and was the widow of Frederick L. Chase, whom she married about 1889.  Mr. Chase was born about 1896, and worked on the street railway.  He died of Bright's Disease on 5-23-1913.  Mrs. Chase lived in Syracuse and was a housekeeper.  She died at home on 1-23-1954.  They had:  George Harlan Chase, who was born about 1891, wed Jane Chase, worked as a railroad clerk, and lived in Syracuse at his death on 4-16-1929, Caroline Chase, who was born about 1893, wed Earl Millis, and lived in Manlius, and Ruth Chase, who was born about 1895, and wed Clarence Brandt in May, 1919.

John Pierce Cheney and Tinie Virginia Cheney lived at 103 Academy St. by 1928, and moved to 200 Ambergate Rd. in DeWitt, in 1950, upon his retirement.  Mr. Cheney was  born in Manlius on 4-18-1886, and graduated from Yale University.  He served in WWI, and later was involved in the family firm of S. Cheney and Son Foundry Co.  Mr. Cheney died on 4-30-1958, at 72.  Mrs. Cheney was born on 9-4-1895.  She lived in Fayetteville after her husband's death and died in April, 1982.  They had:  John P. Cheney, Jr., who was born on 5-14-1924, served in WWII, wed Marian Nims, spent 38 years with the Crouse-Hinds Co., lived at 205 Hunt Dr., in Fayetteville, and died on 10-29-1985, and Virginia Cheney, who was the valedictorian at Manlius High School, graduated from Russell Sage College in 1950, married Howard M. Finck, and lived in DeWitt, before her death on 2-23-1998, while vacationing in the Cayman Islands, BWI.  Mr. Cheney's two brothers, Walter William Cheney, Jr., and Stephen C. Cheney, also resided in Manlius, (see the next two listings).

Margaret Armstrong Cheney lived at 410 East Seneca St. by 1928, and at 109 Academy St. in Fayetteville by 1951.  Mrs. Cheney was born in Fayetteville about 1896, and was the descendant of a pioneering CNY family, but lived for a period in Gambier, OH.  She was the widow of Walter William Cheney, Jr., whom she wed on 1-20-1915.  Mr. Cheney was born on 12-3-1887, and was a native of Manlius.  He studied at Yale, saw military action on the Mexican border, and was an artillery officer during WWI.  Mr. Cheney was the vice-president and superintendent of the family owned S. Cheney & Son Foundry.  He served as mayor of the Village and was active in civic affairs.  Mr. Cheney died at home of pneumonia on 11-28-1931.  Mrs. Cheney was the first female trust officer at The Merchants National Bank.  By 1960, she had wed John Simpson Ogg, who died in 1980.  Mrs. Cheney resided on Highbridge Lane in Fayetteville at her death on 9-29-1981.  Mr. and Mrs. Cheney had:  Mary Downton Cheney, who was born 10-15-1917, graduated from Syracuse University, married Bernard Shaw on 12-21-1946, and resided in Trumansburg, NY, before her death on 6-28-2005, Margot Cheney, who was born about 1920, was a secretary at General Electric, married Robert Wolfrom Bourke in 1951, and resides in Fayetteville, and William Armstrong Cheney, who was born on 9-13-1924, served in the AAC during WWII, graduated from Kenyon College in 1949, married Mary Martha Eagan and Donna Litchfield, was an environmental engineer, and lived in Falmouth, ME, at his death on 5-24-2002.  Mrs. Cheney's home at 109 Academy St. in Fayetteville was the boyhood home of President Grover Cleveland.

Stephen Clark Cheney and Ladye Katherine Smith Cheney lived at 101 Academy St. by 1928.  Mr. Cheney was born on 2-6-1884, and graduated from Yale University in 1905.  He was the president of the family owned S. Cheney & Sons Foundry.  Mrs. Cheney was born in Fayetteville on 9-19-1886, and graduated from Vassar.  The couple married on 9-10- 1910.  Mr. Cheney died on 1-5-1950.  Mrs. Cheney married again on 5-1-1971, in FL, and died on 9-17-1976.  They had:  Charlotte Katherine Cheney, who was born on 9-19-1913, wed Gorham Kingman Crosby, and died in Sarasota, FL, and Stephen Smith "Stub" Cheney, who was born in Manlius 10-17-1915, graduated from Syracuse University's School of Business in 1938, married Mrs. Margaret Gilkison Jones, owned S. Cheney & Sons, moved to Cazenovia in 1986, and resided there at his death on 1-3-1999.  S. S. Cheney donated the Swan Pond Park to the Village of Manlius, in 1952, and in 1998 he and his wife received the Village's Distinguished Citizens Award.  The swans were first placed in the pond shortly after 1900 by Walter W. Cheney, Sr.

Bert Sylvester Chilson and Edna Abel Chilson lived at 213 Fayette St. by 1928.  Mr. Chilson was born on 6-3-1880, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  He operated a photography business and a motorcycle shop in Fayetteville prior to WWI.  Later he owned Chilson's Fix-It Shop in Manlius for 15 years.  Mr. Chilson was married about 1905 to Katherine Graham, of Fayetteville, who died on 8-19-1915.  Edna Chilson was a native of NYC, and was born on 11-7-1890.  She came to Manlius about 1918, and the couple wed about that time.  Mr. Chilton died on 5-20-1959, and Mrs. Chilson died on 5-3-1967.  When Mr. Chilson was about 12, he was rescued from a near drowning when he fell through the ice while skating on a local pond.  As a young man he was known for stunt riding on motorcycles, and experimented with a second seat adjacent to the cycle's rider.  During the Great Depression, Mr. and Mrs. Chilson were active in the local Townsend club which supported the "old-age revolving pension plan," espoused by Dr. Francis E. Townsend of CA.



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